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News-Notes of Pendleton-
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CALENDAR OF EVIfJiTB
' Jan. 8. Jackson Day banquet
and meeting of Oregon demo-
Jan. 10. Farm Bureau Fed-
aratlon meet, Portland.
Jan. 10 January term of clr-
cult court convene!.
Jan. 1S-16 Oregon Dlntrlct
Attorney Convention, Portland.
Jan. II. Annual meetlr i of
I'maplne Bciid ill Knal Report.
A cannier'! check for $14. 60 today
wai received from Mr O .W. Carpen
ter, ut Umaplne, marking the final re
port on the Fourth lied Cross roll call
from that community. Mrs. Carpen
ter hud previously reported the col
lection of 1140.50 In Unmplne. Mlllon
and Weston remain to be heard from
before the book are cloned, County
Chairman C. K. CrunHlon Bald today.
Builder and Architect Here.
An exanilnntlon of the construction
work architecture and furnishings of
Peels, of Babcock ft Pectii, interior
decorators. They are to meet thin aft
ernoon at t o'clock with the building
committee and trustees of the lodge.
Hoard Will Meet.
The first regular meeting of the of
ficial board of 4h rlunday school of
the Methodist church will be held to
night In the reception rooms of the
Forest Office Enlarged.
The Umatilla forest office In the
federal building has been extended to
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PRIME, JUICY, TENDER, CUT OF BEEF TO
ROAST, BROIL, FRY, OR BOIL
JUST CALL "101"
"Our metti are dressed in a Military abattoir
and are cooled in a clean refrigerator at just the
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON 101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
(Private Exchange Conuecia Both Department)
FINE CHOCCIUES AND HEATS '
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Men Named On Committees.
Frank Sloan and B. A. Miller l!rwi'
tllla county representtalves In the ore
gon leglHluture,wlll have been chosen
as members of some of the commit
tees for the session. Mr. HIohii -will
serve as a member of the counties
and roads and highways committee,
while Mr. Miller was chosen as a mem
ber of the horticulture and public
Four Dnuiks In Tolls.
Hunk Tallman paid a fine of $10 to
the police Judge this morning on a
charge of being drunk luM night. A.
II. Hay. on the same charge, forfeit
ed iu. Charles Allen, drunk, was
fined 110 but In lieu of the money
started serving It In a five day term.
It. C. lohnson. the fourth man up for
drunkenness, was given a 115 fine or
the alternative of seven days In Jail.
High School Wants Exhibits.
A request was received from James
John high school, at Ht. Johns, Port
land, today for exhibits of this com
munity's chief products. The exhibit
is (o include product! from all over
Oregon and is Intended to be educa
tional in nature. The Pendleton
CommercJul Association, to whom the
request was directed, probably will
send pictures of the county's chief
products, wheat wool and livestock, In
lieu of the manufactured articles,
BUY A BARREL OF
PENUUvTOX'8 lKAIU.MO TORR
BUY A BARREL OF
This Is the Sale You Have Bsen Waiting For
AN EXTRAORDINARY CLEARANCE OF WOMENS APPARELCOATS, SUITS,
DRESSES. ALEXANDER'S STOCKS MUST BE EVER FRESH AND NEW. The
Coats, Suits, Dresses caught in this Clearance Sale are desirable up to the minute
merchandise suitable to wear for months to come.
Outing Flannels, per yard 25c
Percales, per yard 25c
Ginghams, per yard ,25c
g Ladies White and Black Hose, per pair. . . . 25c
Clean Easy Soap, 4 bars 25c
All Lace has been reduced just one-third.
I One-half price on all of our Ladies' and Chil-
I dren's Underwear.
J. & P. Coats Crochet Cotton, ball 15c
Silkine Brand Crochet Cotton, 2 balls 25c
All Sewing Cotton, per spool 5c
The BEE HIVE
i Pay Cath Pendleton's Variety Stor Save Cash
I Portland to lie Notified.
i ni wiuiti neauquariers or ine cen
tral Kiiropean Kellef for Oregon will
be notified today tnat the three car
loads of Umatilla county flour for
European relief are now ready to be
Inspected and loaded for shipping. The
previous notice sent to the New York
headquarters has not been acknowl
edged and local officials are anxious to
get the flour on the way. No word
from either state or national head
quarters hfis been reoivH thfa u-ult
'as to when inspectors will come to look
at the flour.
Kctio Ilank Building Progresiijig.
Finishing of the Interior of the
Bank of Echo's new building Is about
to begin, according to T. II. Banfield,
of Parker & Banfield, who are build
ing the new $66,000 structure in the
west end community. The building Is
expected to be completed and ready
for occupancy In the early spring.
The addition to the Pendleton mauso
leum has progressed to the point
where panels are being plastered.
Marble will not arrive for three weeks,
nowever. as it was feared that cold
weather would Intervene and prevent
Its placing earlier than the month of
Brown Duvetynr, bo model, chenille
emb., fancy lining, price ...i 1.50
Black Serey, Ix-Jted model, pleated ba'k,
button trimmed, fancy lining f '.9.50
Copenhagen Kllvertone. ripple bark, but
ton trimmed, fancy silk lined $34.50
Brown tttive de Ijiino, cliniille emb.,
straight lines, throw collar, silk lined.
Price . W5
NaTy Blue Beldyne, trimmed with tail
ored straps, buttons and baby lamb em
Bark Green Chami'leon Cord, trimmed
with beaver collar and stitching, long Jack
et . $9.50
Old Rose Foulard, youthful'
model, Turkish hem, wide black
Blue Crepe de Chine, tailored
model, pleated skirt, fited basque
square neck Georgette collar and
Navy Blue Crepe de Chine, Lady Duff
(ionlon model, corded skirt, fitted bavqne,
very chic model $S.50
Black Taffeta, long waisted model, wide
girdle enibroklereU In green and gold $49.50
These are Just a few models picked at
random, Hie assortment being too extensive
to describe each garment.
One Extra Special Lot of Coats
These coats are of the best ma
terials, full length and well
made, colors navy, black, bur
gundy, purple, gray, brown and
tan. Make your selection of
these early as the number is limited.
bodies In Oregon with a view to brinff
ms this matter to the attention of the
state legislature for action.
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Charities implication .Matter Vp.
While Pendleton Is considering a
meeting on Saturday to coordinate
the work of the various charitable or
ganizations In Pendleton and Umatilla
county .another force Is at work In the
stale to bring about a similar organ
isation of the l-nrlnii. r.uii.
and charitable Institutions' In Portland.
The movement has begun with the As
toria (.namtier of Commerce. In a let.
ter from Secretary C. I. Rarr tn th
l endleton Commercial 'Association to
day the mtter of the various "homes"
In the metropolis Is declared In need
of t.ttentlon. A campaign is suggest
ed that will eliminate duplication of
errort and place these homes upon a
taxation basis for support preferably
under state direction. The burden of
maintaining these institutions falls up
on ine same rew subscribers at pres
ent, Harr says and business men of
Astoria, in their chamber meetirm
have declared that they aro tiring of
thb iH-esent system. Harr seeks to
Bet sentiment from other commercial
olln Has Big Revival.
Thirty-one aditions to the church
ut Nolin have been made through re
vival services recently held there, ac
cording to Rev. F. II. Church, pator
there. The season was one of the
greatest successes Nolin ever experi
enced. Rev. Mr. Church reports, and
many backsliders were reclaimed and
new converts brought Into the fold.
The meetings ended Sunday night
with a full attendance. Rev. ' May
field, of Pendleton, assisted.
Has Walking Bar.
George Johnson, a sheep herder,
was arrested last evening by the po
lice, who declare that he was a "walk
ing bar." Johnson had a whisky
gloss and three bottles of moonshine
when arrested and he had been sell
ing the. liquor at 60 cents n drink.
One bottle had been emptied and he
was selling from a second one when
caught. In police court this morn
ing he was found guilty of unlawful
possession of liquor and fined i 100.
In a few moments he produced the
money with which to pay the fine.
. . Weather Ib Cold.
degrees above freezing, the maximum
being 34. The minimum last night was
18. The barometer registers 29.65, ac
cording to .Major Lee JloorhoUse,
j weat her observer. '
Rabbits Go to Seattle.
- Forty-one sacks of rabbits, contain
ing 30 each, were shipped by express
from here to Seattle today to be mar
keted. The 1230 animals were from
irom tho mhhlt shoot held on Sunday
by members of the Pendleton Rod and
Gun Club and were consigned to Frye
Prunn Co., wholesale meat dealers, of
Seattle. . - ...
Clarke, pastor of the, Pendleton
church, will be one of the principal
Indians Plan Pageant.
The Christian Indians of Tutuilla
plan to present a pageant, under the
direction of Rev. J. H. Cornellson,
missionary, at the Christian Endeavor
convention to be held in La Grande
February 4, 5 and 6. The pageant
will represent the Journey of the In-
dianss to St. Louis In 1832 to procure
"the white man's Book of Heaven."
Indian costumes will be used and the
pageant promises well. At the Chris
tian Endeavor meeting at the local
church last night, several Pendleton
young men and women signified that
they would attend. Rev. George L.
School Board Gives Endorsal.
Pendleton's school board, at Hs
montrly meeting last night, gave Its
endorsal to the proposal for Commu
nity Service In Pendleton. R. E. Tuck
er, organizer for the service, appeared
before the board and outlined the
work which he plans to take up. Fol
lowing his talk the board voted indi
vidually and collectively to endorse the
project Other business transacted
last night proved to be purely of a rou
New Outdoor Switch Placed.
A new outdoor switch to control the
23,000 volt main lead into the city,
was cut in by the Pacific Power &
light Co., at noon today The switch
is expected to do away with trouble
which has been experienced In the
past from lights going out all over the
city at the slightest wind storm. It is
I equipped with a patent grounding de
i vice which is intended to be complete
protection for workmen about the
plant when the switch is turned. Dr.
F. W. Vincent, local manager, said today
The butcher grumbled angrily ' to
himself as he put up the 10-cent meat
order. "Cheap skate," he muttered,
"if she ever let loose of a dollar "
Just then a small boy burst excited'
ly In the door.
"Hey 'he shouted,, "are you putting
up mamma's order of cat meat?"
"Yeas," replied the butcher, ''and
all I gotta say Is " ;
"Cnwrap It right away," announced
the boy. "Kitty's cauht a sparrow."
Ills One Chance. I
"I believe." said, the Impatient man
as he put aside the telephone, "that
I'll go fishing." 1
"Didn't know you cared for fih
"I don't ordinarily. But It's the
only chance I have of finding myself
at the end of a line that Isn't busy-."
"MAN OVERBOARD" IN THE NAVY
KEEP the system clean.
Eliminate the poisons. If
nature will not do it for you.
help nature wi'.h a natural
medicine like Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. Take a tcaspoon
ful for a few nights and watch
the results. Tht re will be
feeling of lightness, the eyes
will be bright and sparkling,
the lips red, the cheeks pink.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
is the recognized, standard
remedy for constipation, and it
Is constipation that aires women
he auches, dullneat, Ion ot appetite
and sleap, bad breath and bad com
plexion. Dr Caldwell', Syrun Pepsin
will relieve jrou over night, and do it
gently but thoroueh'T. It fa Just a
combination of aimpla laxatira herbs
with pepsin, so safe that It la liven to
Infanta. A sixrf-eent bottla will laat
for months, and laat yr eight million
bottles wer bought at druc stores
la ilatii a guarantee ot merit.
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W. O. V. Have Steeling.
The local lodce of th IV n w
W. held initiation last night for R. E.
Schlffler, with Charles T. Vaughan
Vaughn, presiding. Because of a Joke
played on F. M. Stroble at a recent
meeting, the past consul commander
was presented with n hnr nt eirce ae
an expression of good will. Mr. Stro
ble declared that he was afraid to
open them whereuoon one of th hm-iL
sometimes known as "Wild Bill," en
gaged Mr. Stroble in a eatch-as-catch
can restllng match. Wild Bill getting
the decision over his opponent. Mr.
Stroble was then presented with a
watoch. all set for fast time.
Model Juror. . '
When Appelate Judge William II.
Waste was on the bench in Alameda
county he had a Jury case on Defers
him. One of the Jurors arose and In
sisted on going home.
"My family needs me" be said. .,
"Well, you can't go home." said the
judge. . ' ,
"But I don't understand what the
lawyers are saying," protested the
"Neither does anybody else," aa'd
Judge Waste. "Sit down. Tou'rs: a
model juryman." San Francisco
To Cure a Cold in On Day
Take Grove's LAXATIVE BROSIO
Qf INIXE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of E. W. Qrovs. I0e-
B-r-r-r-r' Pretty cold to he about to plunge In for a cooling swim, isn't It?
I.ut don't he too sympathetic for there men are with the fleet at Guantana
mo Cuba, where the water is about 15 degrees now. And the. dog Is usually
the first In he doesn't wait until the bugle finishes its "Commence Firing"
imtes but on the first blast over he toes and enjoys It Just as much as the (
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