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DAILY EAST 0EEG0N1&N, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 1, 1021.
ews of Pendleton
CALENDAR or EVENTS
Dec. 29-31. Annual
0. H. T. A., Portland. '
Jan. S. School reopen.
Jan. t Oratid Jury convenns.
Juii. 8. JackBon Day banquet
and meeting of Oregon demo-
urnta, Portland. i
Jan. 10. Farm Bureau Fed-
eratlon mceti, Portland. . ,
Jan. 10 January term of clr-
cult court convene.
Jan. 11. Annual rnactlr of
I'urHin U'olilily Canl. .
A"n I. W. W. niemherNlilp canl and
receipt for (5 puld for the defeime of
tho Centiulla murderer now confined
ut Monleuuno, Wash., were found yc
terduy on J. H. t'lurgy, In the ,Hty
Jail nerving a sentence of eevon day
for being drunk and disorderly.
Indians Have New Year I cant. .
A big public dinner at noon waa the
outNtundiiig feature today of the In
dlun'a observance of New Year' day.
The Presbyterian Indluns, who huve
boon encamped for the holidays at
Tutullla church, enjoyed a roast of
pork, donated by Parson Motunlc,
juckrabbit stew and other delicacies
toduy and also hud services In tin
church. Iist nlKht at the midnight
hour the native tolled the bell, toot
ed horns and In the style of their
brothers In the city welcomed the new
year with noise and Jollification.
Claiidt Anderson lined.
Claude Anderson, who was arrested
severul day ago at Freewater on a
charge of operating a still, paid a fine
of $150 In Justice court at Athena on
Thursday, the sheriff's office was noti
The "101" Boys and
extend you their heartiest well wishes for The
New Year and thank you for your patronage dur
ing the one just gone by.
We' guarantee you the same courteous treat
ment and the same high quality Meats and Grocer
ies during the coming year 1921. -
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Eirlianse Connocis Iwxh Department)
IISK KOCCKllX AND M12ATS
New AswuMor Kwcan hi
It. O. Hawks, county assessor-elect,
Friday took his oath of office and field
his bond. He was sworn In'by County
Clerk It. T. Hrown at 1:05 p. m.. All
of the newly-elected county officials
now have taken their outh of office.
GroN l-tul $11. 10
The estate of late Verva (iross hud
been appraised ut $11,100 In an Inven
tory Just filed with -the county clerk
Thes appraisers were F. H. Lt;rtf,
M. U Watts and Max II. Hopper, all
of Athena. Of the estate, $10,000 was
In real property.
Docket called for Jan. 7.
Judge O. W. Phelps hag Issued a eall
for the circuit court docket on Jan. I
at which time all eases undisposed of
will be sent for trial or ordered con
tinued or dismissed. In the list will be
a large number of back cases recently
unearthed In the county clerk s office.
Order for ltinds Made
An order was made In circuit court
Friday In the case of Henry V. Irelano
vs. Daisy M. Ireland, requiring the
Dlalntlft to Pay to the clerk of the
court $150 for the use of the defend
ant In the cuse and $75 a month sup
port money during the pendency of the
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I We desire to extend to you the
I j compliments of the season and express
. our sincere wishes for your prosperity
I I the coming year with a continuance of
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Vesper Scrvkvs to lie Held
For the three winter months of
I January. February and March the
.' Church of the Iledeemer Is to have
Vesper Pervlce at 4 p. m. Instead of the
evening service at 7:30. This service
will last not longer than one hour and
a great deal of emphasis will be laid
upon the musical part of the service
The addresses will be simple, practical
and direct. Rev. Alfred Lockwood, rec
Ifcppncr Man in Race.
Another name was added to the list
of candidates being pushed forward
fr .consideration for appointment to
the post of state highway commission
er from the Eastern Oregon district In
a telegram to Governor Olcott Friday
from the Heppner Commercial Club,
Indorsing W. B. Barrett of that city for
the post to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Ed E. Kiddle of Island
The list of possibilities being urged
for consideration includes, besides
Barrett, William Pollman of Baker, T.
A. McCann of Bend, David H. Xelson
of Pendleton, Frank B. Ingles of Dufur
and William Hanley of Burns. Ore
Club 1 Cndorsr Nelson.
Official endorsement of David H.
Nelson for appointment as successor
to E. K. Kiddle on the state highway
commission was given yesterday af
ternoon by the Pendleton Commercial
Association through the board of
managers. The endorsement of thr
club waa wired to Governor Olcott ai
part of the campaign In behalf of the
local man. Many telegram and let-
tors urging the appointment of Mr
Nelson have been sent the govcrnoi
by prominent people In Pendleton and
elsewhere in Umatilla county. Ir
addition some good support is beinp
accorded by I'nlon county people, by
businessmen of Astoria and Portland
The Astoria Chamber of Commerct
officially endorsed the candidacy ol
Local Man Is Kohbcd.
After cutting Frank Anderson abou"
the shoulders and neck with a pocket-
knife Thursday night. John Oslerberr
was arrested by Officers Bweely am
Davis and charged with assault with f
dangerous weapon, says a story In th
Anderson, who Is from Pendleton
claims Ostcrbcrg relieved him of $9
after they had imbibed a bottle o'
moonshine at a Third street cafe. lit
met Osterbcrk. who said he was broke
and they went to the cafe. After Os-
tcrorg left, Anderson found that h
was $0 short and started to hunt Os
terbcrg, finding him in Coski's poo
hall 44 1-2 Third street. An argument
followed, ending in the fight.
When Osterberg was taken to th(
police station $75 waa found In his pos
800 RACE HORSES ARE
AND RELISHING SWEETS
TI JUAXA, Mex.. Jan. 1.
Every horse on the race track has
a birthday today. When tho first
of the year comes around the thor
oughbred law rule that horses
take on an additional year. The
llttlo baby 'horses become of rac
ing age. The Juveniles which
havu been performing all year as
two year olds, become veterans
and will be eligible to nice with
more mature horses.
In honor of the birthday which
tho SOU horses have today, Pres
ident James W. Cuff roth of the
Jockey Club, gave a party yes
terday. All horses were his
Sugar was served In largo
quantities. More than a dozen
Kicks of the finest sweet arrived
at the race track early this morn
ing. They were opened at 10
o'clock and doxens of horsemen
lined up with buckets and other
receptacles. A nunntity in pro
portion to the number of horses
each cowner has was dealt out.
None, was left out. from proud
and lordly Thunderstorm down to
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Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
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Big Values Small Prices
AT THIS STORE DURING OUIl PRICE REVISION SALE. BUY NOW AND
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Makp Your Selection of
Furs Now "
Black Lynx Scarf, was $200.00,
Black Fox Scarf, was $200.00,
now ..( $135.00
Black Fox Scarf, was $95.00,
Black Fox Scarf, was $75.00,
Hudson Seal Scarf, was $130,
Beaver Scarf, was $130.00,
Squirrel Scarf, was $75.00,
Raccoon Scarf, was $37.50,
now . , $29.50
Blue Wolf Scarf, was $75.00,
Jap Kolinsky Scarf, was $25.00,
Stone Martin Scarf, was $35.00,
Squirrel Scarf, was $120.00,
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Lot 1 $19.50
Suits up to $49.50, in serge, tri
cotines, velours; navy, black and
Lot 2 $34.50
Suits up to $85 in this lot. Ma
terial, tricotine, duvedelaines,
suedine, trimmed with tailored
braid, fancy stitching. Some fur
trimmed, others plain. Colors,
brown, navy and black.
Lot 3 $45.00
Suits in this lot up to $100
Ripple or plain coat, fur trimmed
and plain models, tricotine, vel
dyne, peachbloom and other ma
terials. - v
Lot 4 $59.50 : .
This lot consists of all our suits
from $100 up and are very beau
tiful models. Some trimmed with
beaver others with Hudson seal
or mole. All new shades. ,
In the Children's Section
Now i the op
portune time to in
vest . in (Children's
apparel. , A practi
cal gift is one that
will be welcome to
the most critical lit
tle miss Would be
one of our Swagger
Coats, Gr a c e f u 1
Dresses or Smart
Brown Zib e 1 i ne
Coat, large col
lar, button trim
med size 8, regu
lar $8.00 . Sale
Green leather mixture, very service-
' able coat, size 10, was $25.00;
Dark Tan Polo Cloth, trimmed with
Fancy stitching, size 12, was
$35.00; now ....$19.50
Copenhagen silvertone cape collar.
Fancy buttons, patch pockets.
Size 10, was $29.50 ; now $19.50
Navy blue wool velour, size 12, was
$22.50; now $13.65
Pretty shade of leather, brown trim
med with black coney, size 14,
Was $45; now $23.00
Navy serge trimmed with rose and
gray yarn flowers, pleated fn'l'
on side of skirt, size 12, was $25.00 ;
Copenhagen Jersey Dress, trimmed
with yarn stitching and appli-
qued flower design ; was $25.00 ;
Belgian Blue Jersey, trimmed with
cerise wool embrofdery, was
$19.50; now .....$11.50
Navy Blue Sweater, regular $3.50;
now ; 29c
Frocks of serge, wool Jerseys
and Taffetas, navy, serge dress
trimmed with black tailored braid
bands of red duvetyne triming
blouse and skirt, size 14; was $.15.
Navy serge box pleated skirt, wide
embroidered belt; was $15.00;
now .., $9.95
Serge dress trimmed in Copenhagen
and maize embroideries; was
$11.00; now ...v. $7.50
Tan Jersey embroidered in red and
tan yarn; was $29.50; now $15
Navy taffeta trimmed with tiny
pleats and ruffles and, embroid
ered in red wool ; was1 $29.50 ;
Navy trimed in scarlet; was $14.00;
Hand made Maderia Baby Pillow
top, regular $4.50 value;
sale price !..........$2.95
Pique Bibs, trimmed with Swiss Me
dalljpns and embroidery; - was
20crsale price, .. ...10c
Infants Cashmere Sacques, trim
med with fancy ribbon in pink,
blue or white; regular. $1.00, . . .
Infants' Daisy Cloth Sacque, trim
med with hand crocheted shell
stitch ; was 50c, now . 29c
Odd lot of Infants' Vests in cot
ton, wool and silk and wool.
All Children's Co ton Dressess in ,
gingham, chambray, organdy and
One lot of children's Slip Over
Sweaters in rookie, copen and
light blue; regular price, $4.50;
sale price 98c
For small grown-ups aged six
down to chubby babies will be warm
as toast sn cur Sweaters and Teddy
Gray Heavy Sweater, size 34 ; was
$4.50; now 9Sc
Frocks One-Half Price
A lovely variety of styles and
materials, such as tricotine, sat
in, velvet, duvetyne, velour, crepe
meteor, taiieta ana mcoiette.
Latest New York models.
Make your selections early.
One suecial lot of Blouses in
tricolettes and treorppttp rrpnps
in flesh, white, maize, tangerine
and navy . . '. $2.98
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manner assortment oi waists,
him r Universal Stoves &rumacos IM4
the signature of li W. Urove. SOc
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