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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1021.
News of Pendleton
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
Deo. J. 81. Annual meeting
O. 8. T. A., Portland.
Jan, S. School reopen,
Jan. 1 (irund Juiy convene.
Jan. I. Jackson Day banquet
and meeting of Oregon demo-
Jan. 10. Farm nureau Fed-
ration meets, Portland. .
Jan. 10 January term of clr-
cult court convenes.
Jan. 18. Annual meetlr j of
Hmull Jlrl Arrive.
A nine-pound daughter, born to Mr.
unci Mrs. Clmrlca 1,. White Hutunluy
morning, wua Pendleton'H flrat New
Vimr baby to report In. This lltlc
nils wll ba christened Carrol May.
and lokoa '.n trains No. i tini (I,
from Wi'llnla. but traffic In cai.l to
ha'.o decretied a a result. Win the
new roiling In effect,. t)ie Poiae
aleeper, kuwnn' here on No. 24 at
10-M nt ni;lji, arrlvet Jn f'iokvn ot
:16 p. m. and arrivesyWe at 7:10
a. m. i ,
(letter Kervlce to Hpokaiie.
The Holse-Rpokane aleeper, which
passes throUKh Pendleton on trains
No, 23 and 24, la to he taken Into Hpo
kane on train No. 12 and out on train
No. 11, commencing; today, according
to iiMiniincement from Hpokiiift. This
will rut mo.-o than four hour tram
the running time between renileton .
and Fpokune. Under tho an unge- I Glrla to ICnter Training,
men which has been in erier.., mo i )iettt Ferguson.
Mullock Home Quarantined.
rne nome or c. u. Matlock wus
placed under quarantine for amallpox
on Hunday, Ilia amall son having luken
elif pei baa been routed via Cdlfax
A Retail Distributor
' As a retail distributor of food we represent the
final step in the most necessary of all businesses
the feeding of the nation.
As a representative of this important business
we aim to inspire our community with confidence,
so it will never halt in trusting the quality of our
good, the fairneag of our price or the value of our
We invite your patronage this year and assure
you that you will not be disappointed in "101."
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON US"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Exchange Connecia lloth Departments)
FIXE C ItOCKIllKS AM) MEATS
Nagle. Mlaa Gwendoline Mclntyre and
.mix nianche Rwaggart will enter
nurses' training at Ht. Anthony'a hos-
pnat on Wedneaday. Ths girla will
take a three year training course.
101 IViinlllca Served.
Tho Home Service wet Ion of the
Umatilla county Red Crone aided 101
ramllles during December, according
to a report just made by Miaa Virginia
Todd, wcretary. Twenty were civil
ian families, "9 ex-scervice men and
two ie-enllsted men.
Iiwllan Baby Passes.
The 10-day'a-old infant daughter of
Mr. and Mr. Willie Htevena, reserva
tion Indiana, died early Saturday moc
nlng at the Tutullla mission, where
the family la encamped for the holl
day aeaaon. She wax a grand daugh
ter of Philip Jonea, well-known In
dlan. The funeral waa held on Bun-
It. W, JUtnor to IM-part.
Hoy W. Rltner, Umatilla county far
mer arid businessman, will leave to
morrow for Kolem, where he will next
Monday take up hla dutiea aa president
of the aenate In the Oregon legisla
I turn. Mr. Rltner'a unanlmoua election
waa decided a abort time ago. No an
nouncement of appointment of com
I mil tees. Mr. Rltner aaid today, will be
; made lefore next Monday when the
legislature opena Its sessions.
I Prices That Convince i
Boys' Sweaters and Sweater Coats, choice 97c
Girls' and Misses' Knit Bloomers, choice.... 67c
Boys' Outing Flannel Night Gowns, choice 69c
Wash Boards (Silver Queen) at 39c'
Regular $2.98 aluminum ware, at $1.89
Cotton flannel gloves, 2 pair lor 25c
Children's hose, priced from , 15c to 45c
White cups and saucers 25c
Clean Easy Laundry Soap, 4 bars 25c
Traffic Case la Fir.
A traffic caae in which R. C. Pinnell
paid a fine of 15. was the first to be
booked upon the blotter of the police
court for the year 1921. He waa
charged with taking the right of way
over another car at a street intersec
tion, resulting In a amall collision.
The laat caae of the old year waa that
of J. H. Clurgy. who was sentenced to
seven days In Jail In lieu of a (IS fine
for being drunk and disorderly.
AH of our Ladies' and Children's underwear has
been reduced just one-half in price.
Start the year right by paying cash. You will
PayCash Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
Enlistments Aro (Towel.
No more enlistmenta are to be ac
cepted at the local navy recruiting
ornce, according to word received
rrom Headquarters this morning by
F. R. Weaver, who Is In charge of the
ornce. The order Is a general one,
as the navy has secured all the re
cruits needed. In future, only men
who have seen former navy service
will be eligible for enlistment. Mr.
Weaver aaya that despite the order,
he believes that the office will remain
S Year s Program to Be Maped
Ej The program for 1921 will be map.
ped out and plana made for expansion
E of Ha activities by the Pendleton Com-
mercial Association at its January
. meeting which will be held tomorrow
Si evening In the club'a quarters. The
S I finance committee's report, which has
neen held over since Nocember, will
S be brought up for final action, and it
Sjjla expected that plana will be laid for
Hi a big membership Increase, dinner and
H "ther activities which the association
El desires to undertake.
THE HEATFR OF NO
tXTRA tAftGS TOP
f EO POOR.
WrS i dl I K . La -A
Universal Stoves & furnaces
Dedication at Ifcppner Sunvsa
The dedication of a new home for
tne blka lodge at Heppner waa a big II
success, say returning Pendletoniana
wnn motored ovr for the affair. Not
only id the Elks open their new build-
iw, out. me isi. Patrick Hotel, a new
tiOBtelry erected by Pat Foley, was for.
mally thrown open to the public with
a big banquet. The Elks have a two
story concrete building, with lodge
room ana banquet hall on the second
floor, and a large, active membership,
Oeorge Ferguson, who was among the
I'endletoniana present, said. Mr. Fer
guson went over with Dr. H. H. Hana-
van, Claude Miles and John Hamley.
Jimmy Wilson and George Fell. of this!
city, were also present.
Oregon Dartka Strong.
Banks of Oregon are In better con-
dltlon to meet demands upon them
and take care of their customers than
are those of Oregon'a three sister
states. Will H. Bennett, new vice nres
ment or the Inland Empire Bank, said
today. Mr. Bennett has lust come
here from the position of state super
intendent or banks and declares that
hifl Information on this subject came
from highly atuhoritatlve sources
Thua far only one Oregon institution
haa been obliged to suspend and that
for only a temporary closing. The bank
at Prlnevllle which recently waa clos
ed, is being reorganized. Reports
show that Washington, Idaho and Cal
ifornia are In less favorable positions
than Oregon in regard to banks, Mr.
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' The collapse in the cotton market has brought down the price of cotton goods so tremendously low
which enables us to offer you these beautiful garments for less than you have ever paid before for equal
qualities. You are sure of a good choice, as the quantities are ample and all sizes are complete.
SPECIAL SALE CORSETS
' Two pairs corsets for a few cents more than
the price of one pair for these fine corsets..
Modart," Nemo; La
Revo and Kabo, white
or pink, all sizes, $4.75
each or 2 corsets for
Modart, Nemo, Irene
and La Revo corsets, all
sizes. Pink or white,
$6.50, 2 corsets for $7.50
Modart, La Revo, Nemo, Irene corsets. Silk,
brocade, $9.00, 2 corsets for $11.50.
Get a $6.50 Corset for $1.00
Get a $1.75 Brassiere for 75c
JANUARY SALE OF BRASSIERES AND
Pink and white mesh, brocade and wash satin,
January Sale $1.75, 2 Brassieres $2.25.
Lot 2. ' .
Nemo Brassieres with straps or fitted arm
holes, 2 Brassieres for $3.00.
January lives up to its reputation for LINGERIE
SALES. Lower prices for materials make possible
the great values offered in this January Sale of Phil
Night gowns of fine
batiste with elaborate
hand embroidery on
yoke and sleeves, rib
bon ties $4.63
of fine batiste, hand
e m b r o i d ered and
hand scaloped edges,
eyelets and ribbon
Night gowns of fine
batiste ribbon drawn
yoke, scalloped edges,
price ......... $2.95
..Season's Clean Up Prices on Britons Carlsbad
Sleeping Garments and outing gowns.
Children's Briton sleeping garments, white, with
feet, sizes 1 to 9 years $1.29
Children's Briton sleeping garments, heavy outing
white, with feet, sizes 9 to 14 $2.49
Children's pajamas in heavy colored outings,
sizes 1 to 6 $1.29
Children's pajamas in heavy colored outing, sizes
7,8,9 . $1.59
Children's outing gown with or without collars,
plain white and white trimmed with blue, sizes 6
months to 14 years $1.15
Women's outing gowns, white or colored, low
neck, high neck or convertable collar, sizes 34 to 46.
Closing out at 25 per cent reductions.
Envelope chemise of fine batiste hand embroider
ed yoke and scalloped edge $2.93
Buy your White Goods needs for the entire
year. You'll save money.
White batiste, fan
cy shirred top, dainty
val edging..... $1.98
Pink batiste with
cream filet lace trim
med yoke, ribbon
White batiste, rib
bon straps, filet lace
trimmed ...... $1.98
White batiste, cluny
and French flowers,
White batiste gown
short lace sleeves,
square neck lace mode
yoke, ribbon trim
Many assortments are limited. Better come
early and get first choice.
; Pink batiste gown, sleeveless, empire yoke of clu
ny lace $3,98
Lavender voile sleeveless gown, trimmed with
lace insertion and lavender ribbon $5.98
Secretaries Will Study
commercial secretaries f Oregon.
no are memners of the Oregon Asso
latmn of Commerce! Secri'tarics. will
be students next July at a short session
i ine i niversny 11 Oregon summer
school, O. K. Cranston, secretary of
me Portland Commercial Association,
said today. The decision to take a
short course In commercial secretary
ship was made last week in Portland
at the aeml-annuaJ meeting of the as
sociation. The course was announced
by President P. U Campbell and snap,
ped up by the 8ecretaries, who will at
tend In a body and room at one of the
dormitories while In Eugene. At the
same time they will have their next
semi-annual session. The University
or Oregon, Mr. Cranston said, Is to of
fer a four year course speciallxlng In
commercial secretary work, aa part of
lta school of commerce.
Payments to Fund Made. -
Two payments ot pledgee to the Til
Taylor Memorial Fund were made at
headquarters this morning. Joe
Elakely paid his $10 and : Fred W.
Lampkin his f 100.
Lecture. Is Cancelled
The steroptlcan lecture on the Phil
ippine Islands, scheduled for tomorrow
evening at the cbunty library, haa been
cancelled because of the change ot
route made by Miss Bessie Dwyer, the
lecturer. The lecture was to have
been given under the auspices of the
Pendleton Woman's Club.
Pendleton high school, succeeding E.
O. Draper, who has gone to the Peo
ples -Warehouse as cashier. Miss
Meloy haa specialized in commerc
and has been an assistant in the teach
ing department while in college.
To Cure at Odd In One Day
Take Orove'a LAXATIVE BROMO
QVINIXE tablets, Th genuine bears
the signature ot B. W, Grove. 10c
Adr, ' . .
Committee Will Meet Tonight
The local committee in charge ot
the Central European Relief will meet
this evening at 7:So In the club rooms
of the Pendleton Commercial Associa
tion to decide on further steps with
regard to obtaining the flour which
will be purchased with ITmatilla coun
ty'a quota. The meeting was called
today by Chairman J. V. Tollman.
New Commercial Teacher Here
Miss Kathleen Meloy, a senior In the
commercial department of Oregon
Agricultural fillego, Hoday took up
her work aa commercial Instructor in
Normal s Exceeded
The normal yearly precipitation for
this region, 16.08 inches was exceeded
in 1920 by 1. 98. of an Inch, according
to the records kept by Major Lee Moor-
house, official weather observer. The
total also exceeds the 1919 total, which
waa 12.96 inches. April and Decern
ber were the banner months for rain
fall. The precipitation in July was the
Unvest of the year, the amount being
.04 ot an inch, the same as in 1919.
farmers say, and travel is being cur
tailed to pure necessity. .
Mi Wnrtcnbtirser III
Miss Carol Wurtenburger, art teach
er in the Pendleton schools, was absent
today because of illness. She is suit
at her home In Portland where she
went to pass the holidays. Her En
glish class in Pendleton high school
ta being taught by Miss Leura Jerard,
oi tnis city.
Wheat Lands Washed
Heavy rains of the Inst few days
have washed quite a bit of the wheat
lands on the reservation In the draws
and the sidehills. The land Is thor
oughly soaked with moisture and the
least rainfall now results in many tiny
streams of water starting.
is all out of the ground and the wasti
ng is doing little damage. Wheat can
le seen to be growing at the present
time, some of the farmers doclare.
Roads are rendered poor by the rains.
W. W. Green at Salem
County School Superintendent W.
W. Green, who went to Portland Wed
nesday to attend the annual meeting
of the Oregon State Teachers' Asso
ciation, is In ."alem today. He is at
tending a meeting of the county super.
intemtenta of the state today. In con
ference with J. A. Churchill, state
superintendent of public Instruction.
Pmdon on Mid Term I'n.tcttled
No decision as to the time of the
mid-term examinations in Pendleton
high school has yet been made. c-
The frost I cording to city school administrative
orhcers today. The term probably
will end Jan. 21 or Jan. 18. A meeting
between the principals of the schools
and City Superintendent H. R. Inlnw
iiV to be held today to determine whett
children will be admitted to the grade
schools for the mid year. The local
grades do not operate upon the two
term basis but an arbitrary starting
time for mid year is selected when
ntw siuaenis may begin work.
AT. ITS BEST
ihe strongest com
pliment ever paid to
is the vain attempts at
unnauon. i hose
who take cod-liver
oil at its best, take
Scott' t Emulsion
ALSO MAKERS Or.
(TiWetl or Crannies) I
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