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DAILY EAST C&EQOKIAJ?. P EttDtETON, ORECOJT.
People Here and There
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I too &EM7ro Man
Humcr I. Walts, attorney it ml - yesterday afternoon to spend tlio holl-
myir of Alhona, in n Pandlcton today
tu'wy u l'"w koforit V. 8. Commissioner
f A, jsewoerry,
C1, M. Wflbiir, on attorney frm
Wall" Walla, lu In Pendleton today nn
Icjul business, having- como over on
this morning's train.
C. M. Hemphill, who farms ni'ur
fUot Rock, was In Pendleton today
jMB III Christmas shopping and ut
Kiicllng to business here.
Itaymoii'l l'lnwn, son of Mr. and
j. J. K. Pliisnn, Is at home for tlx:
(ollilays from Spokane, where, he In
UlendliiB GunzaKU Collej;o.
. W. Klinhrcll, formerly city en
Inwr and a pioneer surveyor of this
irctlon Ih In Pendleton for a visit over
lhC htillcluv h. lie has bi'rn uway from
ivndlttuu for Hcvvrut years.
Ruwcll Akoy, n sophomore at Whit
man College, Wallu Walla, arrived
j nufllO lor me immua iiuiiuuh uii
evening, lie will he the guest of his
parent. Mr. and Mrs. Jamc A key.
CI. t Punning, county commission,
ir, tried out the new road from rlttin
lleld to Pendleton Tuesday making the
trip in his machine to attend the
medium of the count' commissioner.
Max Dudley, former I'mutlHu county
man who "penning a wheat ranch
new ta 'rn,., Wash., rnrni down
days here and at Athena with relatives.
Illh V. AIjIjoiI, telegraph editor
fur the Pendleton Tribune, will spend
ChrlHtmiiH at his homo in AHhland,
iris, wllh his parents and aimer. Mr.
Ahhott will depart on Thursday and
return In ubout a week.
Carl Cooky,' manager of Alexanderii'
department more, plans to leavo Fri
day evening for Portland to pass the
holidays visiting with Ida sister and
his parent. The latter will como to
Portland from their homo at ISrowns
vllle, ore., to visit also wllh their
Jimmy Ifackett, veturan Hhecp nu n
wlio ruing to Pendleton 60 yeura aBo,
was nirt a whit aurprlxcd to ee a
blanket of nnow covorlnK tho oarth
this inoinhiir. "I never miw a winter
In I Ida rountry without Know," he re
marked, "and I knew 1920 would be
no except Ion, although the. snow In
lato this year."
J. It. DIckKon. formerly of thix city.
now of Portland, arrived lu pendloton
yetterday to Join Mm. Dlckaon ax
KWKtg at the home of their xon. Jf. W.
ncknon. Mr. Ileknon waa formerly
In the liiBurance bUHlnem In thin clly
and vni 11 member of the city coun
cil and of the water board. Mr. and
Mm, Dickxon niado their home on
xoiith Main atreet In the residence
now occupied by Dr. and Mis. II. J.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
25c per lb.
WALNUTS, 3 LBS. FOR $1.00
These are new crop No. 1 soft shell California
- ORANGES 45c DOZEN
Larger Sizes in Proportion.
QUALITY FOR ECONOMY,
THE ECONOMY FOR QUALITY
I'.nncr Mooro, local wheat grower.
Is among thoao who will upend Chi-lnt-inuH
day In Portland. Mr. Moore
Plans to leuvo for tho metropolis on
. Henry C. Judd, formerly of Pen
dleton but now of Portland, arrived
from Portland this morning to spend
the holidays vixltlntr here. Ho is at
tending the University of Oregon at
K. M. Wood, chief special agent for
the O.-W. It. & N. Co., with headquar
ters In Portland, stopped off in Pen
dleton this afternoon on buslncMx
after being In l.a (irande on official
business. Ho will return to Portland
Identifying travelers from all over
the northwest us they register In Port
land' hotels is quite a job In itself and
now and then the hotel column man
"fakes" a bit. On Tuesday the Ore
(,'onlnn listed F. 8. IcQrow and M. h
Walls, of Athena, and W. II. Phuffer,
of Wultaburg, as wheat raisers. The
three were lu Portland In the Interests
of the mill business, the Preston
Shaffer Milling f'o.. of Waitnbu.-g and
Athena. Mr. Shaffer is president of
the mill and of tho First National
Hank of Athena, Mr. IxOrow is cash
ier of the bank and Mr. Watts Is
manager of the mill at Athena.
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
IliTiiiMim t'ouple l.iffitscd.
A marriage license was Issued by
the county clerk Tuesday ufternnon
to (.'harles C. Hpenccr and Miss Vella
Gertrude Thomas, both of Hermlston.
Lumber t'oinimiiy Flics Knit.
The J. t liallanger Lumber Co. to
day brought . auit in circuit court
aiiiinst H. L. Pearson to recover
$112.1il, tho balance alleged due for
lumber sold the defendant. The plain
tiff Is represented by Haley, Haley &
Steiwer and H. J. Warner.
'I). C. llimnmil Starts Action.
I D. I', liowman today fried suit In
I circuit court against William Kidding
to recover G7.0O Which fie alleges is
I due lor three tons of hay sold the de
fendant at an agreed price of J22.60.
! Haley. Raley & Steiwer and H. J.
I Warner represent the plaintiff.
. IiI'HU.V, Dec. 22. (A. P.) A big
raid on a mull train was reported
from Churlesvllle, County Cork. Fifty
armed and disguised men held up the
crew of the train at the Million and
removed 12 mall bags, which later
were recovered In a heilrn nearby.
Two of the bags had been emptied. I
The sergeant commanding the force j
wmch recently successfully resisted an
attack on the Halllnalee, County Long
ford police barracks, wau said to have
received today the follctving anony
mous communication: "Congratula
tions on your fight, but do nut think
you will escape."
WASHINGTON'. Dec. It. (A. P.)--Ifm
Annoto Iioblnson, of Manchester,
Rnglund, secretary of the British
brunch of the Women's International
League, told the commission investi-
gatlnglrlsh conditions that American
Consul Wells at Manchester attempted
to prevent her from coming to Amer
ica to testify by refusing to vise her ;
passport. She obtained a passport!
after visiting the . American embassy ,
and promising not to engage In pro
paganda or give Interviews to the Am
erican press. '
BACRAirENTO, Dec. 22. (V. P.)
K.KIyose. member of the Japanese di
et, sets no reason for war between the
"I see you .have a new Dodge Brothers' car."
"No, this is a used car I bought from Ellis-Sehillcr Company.-the
best buy I ever made. Winter is the time to buy used cars. They are al
ways higher in the Spring."
Dodge Brothers dealers take a SINCERE INTEREST in every Dodge
Brothers' car in their territory, new, or old.
You have ABSOLUTE PROTECTION when you. buy. a Dodge
Brothers' car from a Dodge Brothers dealer.
You will find a high grade service in our used Dodge Brothers' cars
at a greatly reduced price. -
Our selection of used Dodge Brothers' cars is larger now than it will
Now is the logical time to buy. - - . . " ' -
NEW DODGE BROS. Home Water & Main St.
FORMER SENATOR IN
LEAD FOR WASHINGTON
SUATTLB, Kec 22. Incomplete
returns Trnm tho special election held
in the 37th. Capital Hill district, for
ih iMwttnn nf utiitn senator to suc
ceed (ieo. B. lumping, recently elected j
port commissioner of-Seattle, indicated
L'nlled States and Japan, he declared i the election for former flute Senator
today. He is in California studying j e. is. Palmer, republican, by a large
the causes which led to passage of the ' j . ad over his farmer-lobar party
anti-Japanese legislation in this mate, opponent, Joe Smith.
SINGER AND PATRON .
OF ART PASSES AWAY
RAN FUAXCIHCO, Dec. 22. (A. P.)
Madame Emilia Tojcfii, former pres
ident of the Pacific Musical Society,
lijd yesterday at her home here after
;i brief Illness. She was known as a
singer, musical, art patron and prom
inent club woman. She was the
daughter of a pioneer California family.
TOLEDO BANDITS AGAIN
STRIKE TERROR IN CITY
1N3W1Y3H1 Sn031Hf)0D HOJ 3NlN-Q-anOJ 3NOHJ
Moonshiners Hound Over.
Charles and Hud Heed, charged
with operating a still and having li
quor in their possession on an Indian
rinervnllon, were arraigned and waiv
ed preliminary examination before V.
S. Commissioner 8. A. Newberry to
day. They were bound over to the
federal grand jury In bond of 300
each which they gave. IJeputy V. S.
Marslial Kobcrt Carter was here from
Portland to bring the men before the
i v rt.3ni.vj iw, uec. i-. t .
and of the railroads handling coal re
ceived part of the "extraordinary prof
its" taken out of part of the coal dis
tributed last summer, George H. Gush
ing, managing director of the Amer
ican Wholesale Coal Association,
charged before- tho senate committee
investigating the coal situation. lit
agreed to furnish names of the accused
men in confidence.
TOI.Kpo, Ohio, Dec. 22. ;(.. P.)
Hamlin continue to terrorize Tole
do citialihis yesterday, following a
jn robbery Monday night at the of
fices or the American Kailway Hx
nress comnanv in which 10 guards
were overpowered by six masked men
armed with shotguns.
I Shortly before noon yesterday three
automobile bandits kidnaped W. O.
Haldwin. bookkeeper for the Ohio
i Dairy company, and took him to the
I outskirts of the city" where they
'threw him from their cur after rob
bing him of $ti50.
After being overcome with ether.
Mrs. W. W. Simmons was bound anil
gagged by two masked men, . who
looted the homo of everything of val
ue. Mrs. Simmons is said to be in a
crilical condition from the shock.
Several other houses and street
robberies were reported to the police.
The little Table Supply will be loaded to the
-brim with every good thing on the market, for
our multitude of customers.
We have an array of poultry that is the fin
est in the city. Make your choice early as they
will not last long. . .
Nuts and cardies at the lowest figure in the
lira Table Supply" Il
Phone 187 and 183 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
White llu('iftr"rvr4vnket. 4. 4 1-3 or pounds
Hlue Scr Middy Hie, while braid
Hlue Flannel Middy plouse, gold braid
Ited Flannel Middy piouse. Muck braid
Hunting Knife - r
Steel Helmets for h.i'igliig basket
W have these both In tho plain and camouflaged.
O. I). Mackinaw $12.50
These arc made of the Ronulne army overcoat material, therefore
being very worm and serviceable.
Oxford liray cadet cloth Mackinaw
Koast Beef ! pound can
Corned Heef, 1 1-H pound can
Corned Heef Hash, 1 pound can..
O. 1. Army Hlanki rs, m-w
O. I). Army Itlanlo Is lecla lined
i nnllllfl nil wool double blanket, brown
Army Wool Puderw. ar JHirnH'iit, 2.2.; wilt, t "M
Villon Knits, all v.ol "'"
We hnvo mib the best finality goods money can buy. THIS ARMY
QUALITY. Owing to the scarcity of inoney yon should buy whero
your dollar goes farther.
Kiln1 IT A T TtTR ARMY 8TOIUI .
ARttf AND NAVY SALES CO.
Gil) Main KUWt
... SI2.r0.l I. on
$2.tM) and (3.00
. . $..0
herlt-y licsring Is ToliKirnm.
The preliminary hearing before Jus-
r ! tice Joe If. Parkos. of the case of il
Elllam E. Ham-corn nn. Joe Kerley,
', charging the latter with embezzlement
gj'of Jn.'iKO, will be held tomorrow at 2
Sj' o'clock. The suit is the. outgrowth of
Ei suit and attachment against Mr.
i Hansrom by K. W. Ayers, who pur-
chased several notes, w hich had been
r I given to Mr. Kerley by Mr. Hanscom
E'and which the latter claims to have
E paid and obtained a receipt for. The
E-slate will prosecute the case whilo Pe.
Siterson. Hi.shop & Clark will defend Mr.
5 ; Kerley. . I
E . Jfa'l Orders Solli llcil i'liono l
El Hcccar lined at Milton.
E John Pratt, charged with begging,
Siwas fined f oft and costs in the Justice
E court ut Milton on Tuesday and was
El brought to tho county Jail last evening
Ejby Sheriff W. H .Taylor to serve out
Ejthe time at tho rate of J2 a day, in
Ei.'ismuch as ho was una bio to pay the
E'fine. Pratt had collected J21.25 from
EM!lon families, having a subscription
S! w hich some of them mistook for a
Ejlted Cross list, lie was not, however,
Ej representing himself as a Hod Cross
Ej solicitor, nor was he ordered to return
Eilllo money ho had collected. District
' Attorney It. I. Kentor said today. Mr.
Keator went to Milton to prosecute
tho ense, which was ono of begging
and was listed as vagrancy.
We have a large assortment
of Christmas Stationery.
Prices and quality to suit
Eversharp Pencils, $1.00 to
Waterman and Parker Foun
tain Pens. $2.50 to $6.00.
Post Card Albums in genu
DAVENPORTS AND UG- .
Chocolate Creams, Bon Bons,'
Fruits and Nuts and assorted
candies. The best that can be
made. Boxes, 75c to $7.50 per
Christmas cards and stickers.
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
. DESPA1N & LEE CASH GROCERY
203 E. Court ' Phone 880
EXTRA FANCY QUALITY , ,
3 pounds for $1.00
AND THE REST OF OUR-CHRISTMAS CANDIES
AND NUTS AKE PRICED IN PROPORTION.
Pav Cash Receive More Pay Less
DESPAIN & LEE CASH GROCERY
PHOXK llATi; llKAKIXi; 11KGIN
. POUTU.I. Dec 22. (A. P.)
The Oregon Public Service Commission
yesterday began a hearing on the ap
plication for nn Increase in telephone
rales in this slate.
?J . I HtKF. IS THF. -IliY flK 1 W .AWl Vi
GETTING A M
i mom m .www v
& .if ii i r'jC i' .
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WIU SACRIFICE Chalmers six In
' A-l condition. Owner leaving town,
must sell at once account of sickness
Address "sr" thl office.
POn SALE at your own price One
washing machine and wringer; 1
rtrunswlck and several up t daio rec-
:ords--S22 Vincent St.
209 E. Court
In llici Dllct onrt of the I'nltod
, Untt, for the IXstrict of Oregon.
In the Matter of Klbra S. Harris, a
To TUB CP.KD1TOKS OH Klbra S.
Hurrls of Weston, County of Umatilla
and District aforesaid, Iiankrupt.
NOTierc IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thnt
on tho lfith day of Dccemhcr A. D.
R 1920, the said Klbra 8. Harris was duly
B I adjudicated a Bankrupt and that the)
first meeting 'f his creditors wm oe
held at the orflce of tho undersigned
iteferee In liankruplcy at Pendleton.!
I'mutllla County, Oregon, on January i
the -ith. 1S21 A. D. at ten oclock A.'
M. on said day, at which time and
place the Creditors may attend, prove
and file claims, appoint a Trustee, ex
amine the Hankr-.ipt and transact such
other business na may properly come
before said meeting.
Done at Pendleton, Oregon this
22nd. day of December 120.
TITOS. KITZ GERALD.
.' ((oferofvln Martkruploy.'
We have an exceptionally
large stock of the better qual
ity leather goods.
Ladies' Furses, $2.50 to $25.
Hand Bags up to $20.00.
Writing sets, $2.00 to $20.
Leather Fit-alls, $3.50 to $10.
Military Brushes in leather
Cigar Cases and Cigarette
Cases up to $10.00.
Playing cards in leather cas
Music Rolls, $3.00 up.
PERFUMES AND TOILET
Never before have we had
such a complete assortment of
all classes of perfumes, toilet
waters and other toilet articles.
Perfumery in pretty bottles,
75c to $7.50.
Toilet Waters, $75c to $4.00.
Djerkis Sets, Clara Nome
Sets, Jointed Sets, Violet Dulce
Sets ffom $2.00 to $11.00 each.
Fancy boxes of face powder,
$1.00 to $4.00
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
KODAKS FROM $9.49 UP
and then the fun of using it
that day and all the days to
You will find our store re
plete with gift suggestions. We
have made a special effort to
' have things to sell for Christ
mas that people would like ,to
get for Christmas.
IVORY AND r-Wi
We still haveF
several sets oil
French and Py
ralin Ivory left,
nrieed $6.50 to
....Our stock of
priced $6.50 to
B r u s h e s. Hat hi
and practically a
complete line of
toilet articles in
both the plain
and decor a t e d ,
THERMOS BOTTLES AND
Single bottles, $2.75 to $7.25
Sets, $4.00 to $50