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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1921.
ews of Pendleton
CAULNOAIt OP EVENTS
Dec. 29-31. Annual nieUn(
t 0. 8. T. A., Portland.
Jan. 3. Hchoola reopen.
Jan. 8 Grand Jury convene.
Jan. 8. Juckson Day banquet
and meeting of Oregon demo-
s Jan. 10. Farm Bureau Fed-
eratlon meeta, Portland. '
Jan. 10 January term of clr-
cult court convenes.
Jn.'H. Annual meetl'l- ot
I. I (o III.
J. 1.. Cox, of Gray Hi oilier- Gro
cery, la III ut his liome at Vol Haley
Navy I 'II in at Arnndo,
"Tim Oreat Klluhf'lH tho tltln rif n
apodal U. H. navy film ut tho Arcado
inean-r. u appear touay ana tomor
row throiiKh arrangement with the In
cul recruiting office and iihowa the
seaplane flight from Hun Diego to Hun
duyn ago. Arthur Keenan la flrHi
assistant chief and Ullvor 1'. Deidcy
second assistant, Other officers were
reelected aa well.
Trains Delayed by Klidc.
Train No. 21, due from Portland at
710 a. m., did not arrive In Pendleton
until 10:45 thin morning', owing to
small slides along the Columbia river.
Other train from the went have been
behind schedule over night.
Volunteer Itremin Iteelected
Officers who have been serving the
volunteer flro department for the past
yeur have been reelected for this year,
the meeting having Been held a few
Sim Is Horn Today.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nyo arc the par
ents of a six and a half pound son
born this morning ut Mrs. Nichols'
mutcrnlty hospital. The child hus
been named John Henry.
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Fancy Table Fruits
We carry the Preferred Stock Fancy Table
FruiU, packed in a Rich, Heavy Sugar Syrup.
sliced and crated pineapple
royal ann cherries
b artlet pears
"waste less enjoy the best'
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Prtvato Kieliango ('winwis Huth IMDartmeaU)
FIXK rJlOCEKUB A.VD HEATS
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lrct Official Arrives.
J. C. Kuhiui, supervisor of the I'ma
tllla National Forest, u it, veil (his
morning from Walla Wullu.to niuke
his headquarters here, lie wus ' uc
companlcd by Miss Jreta t'nolcy, for
est clerk who will be employed In the
lliver Is Iteocdljig.
The Umatilla river today Is consid
erably lower than at the flood singe of
two days ago when it was nearly up to
tho seven-foot mark. The river stood
at four feet today and It Is carrying
less debris than on Monday. There Is
"till a large amount of water coming
uown irnm me mountain streams Dut
damage from high water is declared
Kerosene Mine Explode
,The explosion of a kerosene stove
at the residence ot J. It. MacMaster,
415 Uarfield street, at 7:45 last even
ing resulted In a call to the fire depart
ment. The flames were consuming
paper on the wall of a front room
when the department arrived and the
blase mas extinguished quickly with
nominal kiss. The alarm was tele
phoned to tho headquarters.
1 Outing Flannels
25c a Yard I
Mater Mainagea Hock plant r
The rock plant and crusher below
Wultcra Mill, In use by the Warren
Construction Co., in furnishing gravel
for paving operations In the city, was
damaged by the recent high water.
Cables which carried the rock hoppers
to the street were knocked down and
crews aro now at work rescuing them
from the water. The plant will not be
in shape to operate for several days.
No paving has been possible because
of the continued rains.
SemeMer Opens January 21.
The second semester of the Pendle
ton high school will open January 24,
the same date as for the second se
mester of the grade schools. The new
semester will be marked by the open
ing of classes In plane and solid geom
etry. and In algebra one. The classes
will be tauaht by Miss Olive Koche and
V V.. Uehmiilt.' It Is probable that two
students will conclude the high school
course with the closing of the first
semester January 1. according to Aus
tin Landrelh, principal. There will be
no graduating class, however.
S This is new stock, new patterns, and what used
S to sell for 45c a yard.
PayCah Pendleton's Variety Store Save Cash
THE HEATFR OF NO
EXTRA LARGE TOP
OVER OR AFT
r r-r - - m.
a Nit f vtimr 'ff as
Vnktn County lK liind In lteltcf.
L'nlon county is lagging In the Eu
ropean Relief Fund, for, out of the to
tal quota, only $1798.07 has been ram
ed. Elgin has sent In 28 1. while her
her quota Is 1250. Island City, which
had a quota of 1280.60, made 283.(40,
Xorth Powder has reported J180 of
the 1235 quota. Starkey has sent in
$10 and owes L'nlon county 113 before
her quota is reached. La Grande has
raised (978.37 and the mark set for
this city is $1398.50. Precincts which
have given no report are Summerville,
Telocaset, Mount Glen, Ladd Canyon,
Perry, Hllgard, Medical Springs, Ka
mela, Imbler, Cove, Alicel and Blue
Ministers Discuss Issue;
The members of the Pendleton Min
isterial Association at a meeting yes
tcrdny refused aa an association to
commit themselves on the question of
whether or not Pendleton should have
a new chief of police. The association
discussed various matters at the meet
ing. Protestant ministers of the city
arc members of the association. Itev.
Alfred Lockwood, pastor of the Church
of the Redeemer, Is president; Rev.
R. D. Bussabarger of the Christian
church Is vice-president and Rev.
John Secor, of the Methodist church,
PENlt,irrO.S IFAKI TOH
In our Rcady.to.Vear Department of WOMEN'S LINGERIE, CORSETS, BRASSIERES, Etc.
see the qualities to realize the wonderful reductions, the really marvelous prices at which tnese goous ai
offered. COME TOMORROW! .
SPECIAL SALE CORSETS
Smallpox Cases Continue
Smallpox cases are continuing to
develop In the city, according to the
health department. One new case
was reported from the west end of the
city last evening and the quarantine
enforced this morning. Several other
places are under observation by the
city health officer, awaiting develop
ments. One house was released today
Two Dairs 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
tHA I Jim' - 1 or white, $6.50, 2 corsets for
Modart, La-Revo, Nemo, Irene corsets. Silk, bro
cade, $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.
Nemo Brassieres with straps or fitted arm holes,
2 Brassieres for $3.00.
Season's Clean Un Price on Britons Carls
bad Sleeping Garments and Outing Gowns
ChiMre5s Itrlton sleeping garments, white, with ft.
C liUireii's iir'ltoi'i'sl'wpii'ig'liariiR-iit.'s heavy outing white, "itnfcHj
8l? " lo .." y';Sj.Li.,nn. sixes uo....
minimi s psii" - i -,o
... ... . . .. I...... n,irimi luillnir. sizes 7. 8.
wliite Ir1mm.il with blue, slies 6 months to 14 years ........ .
Women's H.tl..g Bows. white or hircd. low mt. high neck or
converuble wllar, slws 34 to 4. nosing oui , - i-
I!. aauc vt ins i-YHt TIIC ENTIRE YIU.
V YOVIiti SAVE MOSKY.
MY ASSORTMENTS ARK I.IM1TKI. BETTER COME E.VKLY
M , . AU GI7T EIIIST CHOICE.
of fine batiste with elaborate hand embroidery on
yoke and sleeves, ribbon ties
Envelope chemise of fine batiste, hand embroid
ered and hand scalloped edges, eyelets and "jl
dMght gowns of fine batiste ribbon drawn yoke,
scalloped edges, price fja
Envelope chemise of fine batiste hand embroider
ed yoke and scalloped edge -9
White batiste, ribUm straps, fiht lace trimmed . . - -
Wute batiste, chuiy nnxlallkm trimming, ami Frem
P,HWhiic iibic'go;Vsbort lac VquaVe" l-c motle ye.
llterZL sleV.eh gow,., trimnu whh h,. h.scrtkm
in 1912 as presidential elector and in
1818 aa dclejAte to the Democratic
National Convention. He was a can
didate Tor delegate-for the same of
fice in 1920. losing, in a close race,
to Judge niukely, of The Dulles. Jlr.
l'eterson will leave for Portland Frl
nnd attend the day sssslon
of the Oregon democrata to be eld
Saturday, A... P. strain, county cnair
man for. the Democratic Central
Committee, and A, H. Cox, will also
attend the meeting and banquet from
lift.c. !.' v.
Will Speak Mere Thursday.
Farmers Vnion officials are making
preparations for a public meeting at
tho county library tomorrow evening
at which the sneaker will be Mr. Lans-
don of Ivansas, who Is lecturing
under the auspices of the Farmers
l'nlon. Mr. I-aiwlon was candidate
for governor' of Kansas, running
against Senator Capper when the lat
ter was chosen' as governor. Mr.
Lansdon has already held meetings at
Moro, Condon, Heppner and in east
I'rterson to Address Democrats.
Will M. Peterson, of this city, is on
the program for the Jackson Day
banquet in Portland Saturday night
as spokesman for Umatilla county.
Mr. Peterson Is one of the veteran
democrats of this section and served
Universal Stoves &Fuimces
Stops iar Coming Out;
Club Would Have Social Shoot.
A meeting of the Pendleton Hod &
Gun Club to consider the possibilities
of a social shoot on Sunday, will be
held Thursday evening at 7:80 in the
J. IT. Estes office on Main street.!!
is the Intention of members of the
club to stage a jack rabbit hunt on
Sunday, with two or three teams
competing. The team bringing to
Pendleton the largest number of rab
bits within a stated time limitWould
be declared winners and the losers
would be obliged to turn over their
bags and also provide a banquet for
the winners. County Agent Fred l!en-
nion is in favor of such a shoot as it
would hcly rid the west end of the
pests which aro particularly trouble
some at this time. The gun club
wants to hold a number of social'
shoots during the winter and early
spring for those members who clo not
engage in trapshooting.
HOI IDE TOYS FAST
Stock Is Offered.
The L'nlon Pacific Ituihvay Com
pany is offering its employes
chance to buy stock on easy terms,
according to an order received today
by T. F. O'Brien, local agent. Km
ployes wilPbe permitted to buy one or
more shares, not exceeding 10,' and
pay for them within 24 months. Tho
system will charge the cost to the
employes and there will be a six per
cent interest on the deferred pay
ments, but the employes will receive
the 10 per cent dividends on the
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 (A. P.)
Some idea of the extent to which for.
elgn-mado toys have been replaced in
America by the home made article is
fciven by the estimate ot the Ameri
can Forestry Association that close
to 30,000,000 feet of lumber was us
ed this yetfr by American toy mak
By adding the millions of toys
mado from this wood to the cnor
motis quantity made of other mater
ial, the Forestry Association says some
Idea of the immensity of the Indus
try will be gained. If the buying
ptiblio will "look for the label'.' it
adds, the foreign toys will be elimin
ated. t Wood Is I.ieht Weight
"The main consideration which
holds wood In its place as toy mater
ial is not cheapness," says tho asso
ciation, "though that has something
to do with it. Article of large sise
would be to heavy if made of metal,
but many articles are made of wood
because it is the best, irrespective of
cost or' weight. Sleds are a good ex
emple. Children are the arbiters of toy
kinds and style. They imitate what
they see around them and toy mak
ers recognise this fact. The manu
facturer supplies what the child wants
by making a class of objects which
may be designated as educational.
Another class, imitating things seen
In ' real life, is recogniied as arch
tectural. A third has to do with
trades and the tools and machines
for carrying them on. A well defln-
A few cents buys "Danderinc." After
a few applications you cannot find a
fallen hair or any dandruff, besides
every hair shows new life, vigor,
'r'fihtneas, wore color and a-bundancc.
Indians At Meeting
ltev. E. J. Conner, Indian minister at
Tiitniiiu nmt Mrs. Oonner. and Mrs.
Agnes Craig, left yesterday for Ka-,
mluh, Idaho, to attend an eight day
meeting of Christian Indians. Tho
meeting will be similar to that held,
rreenilv at thi reservation, with In-1
dians from other agencies in attend-'
ance. Parsons Motamo win icavo tins'
evening to attend the Idaho meeting.
Name "Bajer" on Genuine' j
Beware! Unless you see the name ,
Bayer" on package or on tablets you
are not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
years and proved safe by millions. I
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer.
package for Colds. Headache, Neural
gia, Kheumallsm. earache. Toothache,
Laimbago, and for Pain. Handy tin!
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of Asp
irin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Asph-ln is the.
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoacetioucideter of SalieyHcactd.
ed group is based on the use of mus-l
tea) instruments, boats, rafts, canoev
and 'such-things as float and are use
ful have been responsible for toys
based on. water craft.
f.l. it droit am familiar with furni
ture and they easily recognise two
classes, one for the kitchen and one
, . , ... .: -.w..,t nnA these 0
tor me ii , nift
under the list of furniture toys. Ant-
mais and birds and creeping mmf
form another class grouped as na
tural history. Still another kind
which' isivery common belongs in the
class of ames and amusements.
The waste problem in toy making
i- oHnii. nnft so savs the For
estry Association, because most of the
pieces ued are mall and what docs not
do for one thing will, as a rule, do
for something else.
READY FOR RUM
BIrAPEST. Jan, 5. (U. P.) More
than 200,000 bolshevikl troops have
lieon enneentrated north of Bessaraota,
according to a statement by a Balkan
HoiimaniR Januarv 1. was reported
to have called tnree classes to me cui-
tn IIia threatening enncentra
tlon of soviet troops. Trouble has been
expected due to the recent assignment
of Bessarabia to Roumania. '
For Middle-Aged t
r Men and Women
It isn't thnyi on-coming old 4
that causes men ted women in the
middle yeare of life to slow np and
frel a loss of ambition and energy.
Weak or disordered kidneys do ot
filter waste matter and impurities oat
of the blood they should, and back
ache, tired feeling, lameness. Miff
jointi, sore muscles, rheumatic pain,
biliousness, irritation of the bladder,
pumneaa under the eyes or other
symptom or ailment ppean.
SHE WAS GREATLY BENEFITED
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tet Foi? KianT Pills. Th mhi
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wdi tt will get omei Towrm4iiaM. Ivor
Kido.r Pill .r occdtrtul. I aHS U.I
,m nouh for tbt." Loses Pus?, lis
Twkss Sc.. AustMt. G-
Foley Kidney Puis
strengthen the kidneys, stimulate the
bladder and tone up the liver. They
help the kidneys remove the accumu
lated poisons and soothe and heal the
passages. When the kidney and
urinary tract are doing their work
perfectly .the whole system is benefited
and restored to health and strength.
Why suffer when reliable remedy
can be so easily Sad? i
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- With the opening of a new year's business the
Table Supply is determined to give satisfaction to its
, many customers. We are resolved as follows:
Be quick to kick
If things seem wrong,
But kick to usi
And make it strong.
To make things right
' Gives us delight,
If we are wrong
And you are right.
t Phone 187 and IRS 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
' Proprietors 1
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