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DAILY 1AST OEEGOHUJf, PEKDIJBTOJf, OSEQOJT, WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 22, 1920
News oi Pmdletxm r
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Dec J0-24 Pruning ichool at
,Dec. 26. Saturday, Chrlstmat
Deo. 28. American Legion
Peo. l8-2 Second Annual
meeting Oregon Stale Chamber
i Commerce, Portland.
Dee. SS-20 Grain and forage
Khnol, I'tlot Itoek.
Deo. 29-31. Annual meeting
0. S. T. A Portland,
i Jan. 8. Annual Meeting of
Itound-Ep director, . .
State Wdy Organized.
The organliatlon of the Stale taun
drynian'a Association of Oregon was
perfected recently In Portland, when
the association made pinna for the fu
ture, James Welch, or tne Domestic
Laundry, a member of the executive
hoard, was In Portland for the meet
ing. The membership of the assoeia-
tlon consists of the prominent laun
di ymen of the state.
final Estimate Complete to Dato
pinni estimates of the coat of im
proving Jefferson, Garfield, Matlock
and Lincoln streets on the norm awe
with navlng have been completed by
City .Engineer F. K. Hayes. The dlstrl
butlon of tho adjusted asaassment on
each property owner arroctca amo nan
been made. The estimates are now up
with the completed paving. Not until
those Joha have been acceytea, now-
cver, will the figures go into tne coun
cil for ratification. The snowfall has
put an end to paving operations for
KlioHewt Iuy f Year.
Aiihmiirh yesterday was the short-
' est day of the year, the sun neither
rose at Its latest hour nor set at Its
& II I I MM
earliest. The sun sfits nt Its earliest
time December 7. when the orb sinks
at 4:25 p. m. ' On that morning tne
sun rises nt 7:1 a. m. it rises Intent
January 5, at 7:30 a. m. but de not
set until 4:41 p. m. Yesterday the sun
struck the average between and did
the same today. The two days are of
the same duration but the almanac
tables show that yesterday opened and
closed one mlnuta ahead of the time
11 Take- Oddfellow Work
Klcven candidates were given the
subordinate work of second degree In
Eureka lodge of Oddfellows at the reg
ular weekly meeting last night.
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Closed All Day
Saturday and Sunday
is going to make
An awfully hard day on salespeople, drivers and
Won't you please try to make it easier by ordering
EVERYTHING YOU POSSIBLY CAN THURS
DAY, thus leaving: Friday for perishables and
We are well supplied to mee. our every demand.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON 10r "
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Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Esohango Connerig Itoth Departments)
n.NK KOCEKIK8 AND MEATS
-ioi ioi ioi lin ioi luiioiioiioi ioi-
Wily TUi'Klc Recovers.
Hilly Rhodes, young son or Mr. ami
un. w - a. Rhodes, is out of Kt. An
thony's hospital and recovering rap
idly after havclng his tonsils remirvcu
early this week.
Mulct Hon Horn
Mr. and Mrs. John Lawton arc the
parent of a little son horn yesterday
at Kt. Anthony's hospital. The new
arrival weighed seven pounds. Mr
Lawton Is employed at Bawtelle's
Jewelry store. . "
May Spend CJiristmas In Jail
K. Li. Johnson was found'gullty In
police court this morning of being
drunk and was fined the customary
10. He was unable to pay the fine
and went to Jail to serve It out at 2
per diem. At this rate he will not be
at liberty until the day after Chrlat-
Ducks on Itlver and In Held.
Ducks are now on the river and In
the fields as a result of the freezing
over of most of the ponds In the west
u d of the county. Hunters have had
fairly good luck this week and many
Christmas dinners In Pendleton prob
ably will consist of roast mallard
ducks Instead of tho more convention
Mmnry Is Down
Th mprcnrv rose no hlffher than 38
today, while the minimum was 19, the
lowest mark reached this season, ine
snowfall reached a total of two Inches,
wWla the precipitation waa .02 Inches,
the barometer registers 29.72 and
there is not much chance of more snow
tonight, says Major Lee Hoorhouse, of
ficial weather observer.
MVP AT ATTnTTTC
yicadquarteis for Toys and Gifts of
I all kinds.
Pendleton's Variety Store 1
The BEEHIVE I
PayCash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash f
Sled Sah-s Acwkrated.
Sales of sleds are being accelerated
in local hardware and notion stores.
today as a result oi tne snowiau oi mm
evening. With no school to hold Pen
dleton's young this week and next,
their hearts are lightened by the pros-
reet or coasting ana ouuuiw i"i
ted with youngsters on sleds. The
mornings and evenings, when the snow-
freezes, proviae me Desi snuing.
Coiiunuiiity Worker Sends Greetings. .
A letter of greetings from 11. .
Arbury. who was here about a month
ago to look Into the Pendleton field as
a place for organizing community ser
vice work, waa received by C. K. Crans
ton, secretary of the Pendleton Com
mercial Association this morning. Mr.
Arbury says that he hopes soon to
have notice that New York has sent an
organizer here to take up the work
and senda his kindest personal regards
to the persona here with whom ho met.
Jackson Day Banquet Tickets Tlcre.
Tickets for the annual Jackson
Day banquet and statewide meeting of
Hnmnmta in Pnrtlund were received
J today by C. P. Strain, chairman of the
democratic central committee, ine
banquet and meeting will be held In
the Portland Chamber of Commerce
oil January 8, 1921, and the sale of
tickets for the banquet, is to stop on
January 1. Mr. Strain has Issued no
tice that any who wish to attend this
function notify him at once and ob
tain their tickets as five were alloted
thiff county in the first draft.
Masons Hot Officers.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected at the last regular meeting of
Pendleton lodge jvo. bz, a. r. r a. m..
this week. The Installation will take
plnco Monday evening, December 27.
ct 'vhlch time Stephen A. Ixwell will
gio an address on Masonry. The
ioJae has Issued a special invitation to
new members of the order to be pres
ent and hear the address. The offi
a in ha Installed are' flrnver M.
Traylor, W. M.; H. E. McLean, senior
wnrden; C. If. Conroy. Junior warden;
I C. E. Roosevelt, secretary; Hans Tahl,
is the more sensible ? Buying some foolish little gift
that is soon forgotten or one that proves its useful-
ness in daily use. Aiiaain Aluminum &awsAjcs.
pieces or by
the set in
Bm the notne oo vrety piece;
Universal Stoves & furnaces
TO EQUIPMENT OF N. Y.
NEW YORK, Dec 22. (U. P.)
Twenty "crime cruisers" were added
to New York's equipment tnr shatter
ing the crime wave today. Twenty au
tomobiles, bristling with the latest au
tomatic, armament and carrying Jive
police officers each, made their initial
The crews, consisting of one sharp
shooter, one uniformed man and three
"dicks," experienced in strongnrni
tactics, conducted Independent Investi
gations and worked with the patrol
men. They are to "shoot to kill" nny
criminal caught in the act.
Twenty-nine accounts, totaling $16,
14.17 and Interest on each nt 8 per
cent, are the basis of a suit filed in
circuit court today by the State of
Oregon for the benefit of W. J. Clarke,
against Bain & Kldd, Clifton Apple
gate & Toole and the National Surety
Co., bondsmen for the second named
concern. The complaint alone com
! prises 87 typewrlten pages, while twice
jthat amount of paper is devoted to
Itemized accounts and an exhibit of the
contract between the defendants and
the Stute Highway Commission.
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE
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Two More Days
Come to this store to do your gift shopping. The
assortments are large and varied. The quality is of
the best and everything is priced at about what you
want to pay. Shop early in the morning.
OUR STORE will be OPEN EVENINGS
till 8:30 p. m., beginning Wednesday.
CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS FOR
Look this list over, it will decide what to give her,
whether it be for wife, mother, sister or sweetheart.
The items listed below are practical and can be used
everyday. Give practical gifts.
Silks $1.49 to $3.95
Woolen Dress Goods 50c to $5.00
Plaid Woolen .. $1.79 to $7,50
Coatings $3.50 to $10.00
Gloves, Kid $2.50 to $4.00
Gloves, Fabric , 75c
Table Cloths $2.50 to $30.00
Napkins . $2.50 to $25.00
Lunch Sets $10.00
Silk Hosiery 85c to $4.00
Munsing Wear 85c to $8.50
Umbrellas , $65.00
Neckwear 75c to $5.00
Tapestry Couch Covers $8.50
Maderia Pieces $3.50 to $15.00
Women's Handkerchiefs 10c to $1.25
Shoes $5.00 to $15.00
Coats $19.50 to $75.00
Fur $9.00 to $150.00
Silk Petticoats . $6.95 to $15.00
Georgette Petticoats for party gowns,
price $11.95 to $25.00
Camisoles ;. . $2.00 to $7.50
Silk Corsets $10.00 to $20.00
Corduroy Bath Robes $9.50 to $30.00
Pendleton Bath Robes ...... $30.00
Silk Kimonas $5,50 to $45.00
Hand Emb. Gowns and Combinations,
price $2.95 to $6.50
Crepe de Chine Gowns and Combinations,
price $5.00 to $20.00
Ladies' Sweaters, wool and silk, price $7.00 to $50.00
Cap and Scarfs $1.50 to $6.50
Tendleton Indian Robe r $16.50
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