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-" ' DAILY EAST OKEGOWIAN, PENDLETON, OSEGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1021. ' ' '
News Notes of Pendleton
Calendar op events ,
an, 13-15 Oregon District
Attorneys Convention, Portland.
pan. 17-19 5th Annual Na
llqual Wooltsrowers' Association
convention ut Suit take City.
Jan. 18, Annual mtetlr of
Jan. American Legion
evening. One wan Initiated for J.ew-
lHton, Ida., lodge and six for i-enuio-
tstn T in itiltllLtlnn WUH IOIIOWSU w
a buffet luncheon nerved In the lodge
-ilMl., A i-.-imrt ot tne DU1IU-
Inif committed and trustees was pre
sented during- the business session as
Ue feature of (he meeting-
Klk Initiate Kevcn.
Hoven candidates were shown
through the nyatorina of Klkdbin at a
regplar Initiatory sosston held last
Tarn-o Offlivr identified Man.
Franslsco Wilson, a Mexican, was
yesterday Identified by Chief of I'o-ii,-,.
Kulllvan. of I'asco, an one of the
men wanted for -robbery ot a noun
at Altai la a few day ago. Wilson
and a pal wore arrested on me
here yesterday on the request of the
PUhco authorltleB, the man with him
wao not Identified by the officer and
he wan released and told to move on.
BUY A BARREL OF
Tucker Speaks lu-foru Club.
H. K. Tucker, who la here to organ
ise Community Hervlce work In Pen
dleton, till afternoon spoke before the
Hawthorns -J'arent-Teacher Asaocla
Hon and before the Thursday After
noon Club regarding the work In'con-
;iin ltiist ot Jail Ki-ntrmw
Olen Hust, arrested recently a'
Dayton, Wash., on a charge of tran
r.oortlng aMruek load of liquor, wan
fined 200 and sentence to serve 60
days In Jail,- according to a letter re
ceived here today from Sheriff iem-
mell, of Columbia county, Wash.
) - OUR OWN MAKE
. 25c PER LB.
' Made from the very best fruits, spices,
' , .' , , Meats, Etc.
1 IN OUR MEAT DEPT.
l large supply of fresh dressed, fat roast
ing springers and hens.
Include a pound of our famous "101 To
mato Sausage with your order for the Sunday
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
endleton Cash Market, Inc.
' (Private Evhawte Connecia Hnth TwrmrtmeDta)
FTXE CItOCElUES AM) MEATS
-101 101 101 101 101 lul 101 101 101
Hnal 1 Ut lira In from Hrmftiton.
A final return on Ihe Central Eu
ropean Kellef drive came In from
HermlHton today In the form of an ad
ditional IU collected by C. 8. Mc
naught, precinct chairman. Hermls-1
ton made an excellent showing In Its
contribution for the relief of the Eu
ropeans, O. K. Cranston, treasurer
Cole W ill -Sell Kulldllig.
A. A. Cole, owner of the dwelling te
cently gutted ly fire at the corner of
East Alta and Thompson streets, said
today that he probably would sell the
building aa It stands, for the lumber
In It and erect a new building on that
corner. He has Just had his Insur
ance losses adjusted In full and Is able
to proceed With the removal of the
present structure as it stands.
Washington Teacher to Depart
Mias Leila Gilfillan, who has taught
the sixth grade in Washington school
since Serflember, iwlll leave here to
night for Ban Francisco where she
j has accepted a position as teacher
in a grade school. She has been
'uscceed hero by Miss Claia Briggs,
a graduate t- Ellensburg, Wash., nor-
mul school. Miss Briggs Is expected
to arrive In Pendleton tonight or
i Saturday to take up her work.
Simpson Elected to Office.
Robert Simpson, manager of the
' Pimoson Autn fn.. here, nn Thtirsda
, was elected vice president of the Ore
gon Automotive Association, In session
111 Portland. Word of the election to
this Important office In the state body
was received by long distance tele
Phone yesterday afternoon. Mr. Pimp
son has been prominently Identified
with the local automobile club work,
Is a director In the Trl State Auto
Club and Its vice president and is
now on the city council.
1 Women's and Children's
The BEE HIVE
. Pay Ch Pendleton' Variety Store Sare Cash
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Hernrlston P)lhlans Are Hosts.
Herlamation lodge No. 107. Knights
of Pythias, was host at Hermlston last
night to a party of 15 members of Da
mon lodge No. 4, from Pendleton. The
local knights motored to the west end
community to attend the work given a
clans in the third rank. After the de
gree work was completed the party
sat down to a banquet, which was fol
lowed by a number of toasts. The re
turning knights this morning declared
the hospitality of the west end men
to have been of the highest order.
Would Aid Chinese.
Suggestions that the surplus from
the fund collected for the Central Eu
ropean Relief be offered as a donation
to the Chinese relief, which is under
way in this country, probably will be
made to the county executive commit
tee In charge of the European relief
when It seems to settle up matters.
So time has been set for the local
meeting, It depending upon word from
Portland as to .when the flour is to be
inspected for shipment and whether
the freight from here to Portland
must be paid out of the local funds or
by the relief council.
IHHOncrs Go To Work.
Prisoners In the cliy Jal!, of whom
mere are an increaninp numW to
day are being given a chance to earn
ineir Keep. Those serving out fines
for being drunk or disorderly will be
taken out to assist Street Commission
er C. A. Crabtree In his work about
town. Two were taken to work this
morning and more are to be put on
the Job, he said. The city ordinance
says that prisoners In the Jail may
be put to work for the city and that
those who refuse shall partake of
bread and water until they change
Stolen Goods Jlrwverwl.
Two men with a large number of
Indian blankets, both new and old.
and a fur overcoat, were arrested last
night at The Dalles -by the chief of
police and have confessed that they
stole the . articles from automobiles
In this city, the local police today were
notified. The case was referred to
the sheriff and probably Sheriff zoe
th Houser, who is now on a trio to
Salem with two convict, will bring
the men and their loot here from the
Dalles on his return. Billies McKay,
an Indian on the reservation, today
told the police that he had lost two
good blankets and two used for horse
blankets, from his auto recently and
also two shawls made by the Pend
leton Woolen Mills and used by his
squaw. Several other auto owners
are known to have lost auto robes re
cently and much of their mlss'ng mat
erial Is believed to be In the hands of
the pair arrested.
Universal Stoves & furnaces
General Electric Company Illnmcd.
Pendleton's present state of semi-
darkness is duo to the Inability of the
Pacific Power & Ufcht Co., to get
lamps from the Oeneral Electric Co..
Dr. F. W. Vincent, local manager for
the lighting company, said today. "Or
ders have been placed with the Port
land office of the General Electric
company for more than 30 days for a
supply of street lamps but they have
not been delivered. This Is the third
j time that orders placed by us have
gone unfilled. It Is not a war emer
gency that prevents the orders being
filltd. It looks like carelessness." Dr.
Vincent said that he exhausted the
supply of 400 candle power lights on
hand replacing broken 2"Us and that
he now has neither site on hand, j
Thus lamps which nre now out of
commission cannot be replaced until
the lamps are furnished by tb facta
BUY A BARREL OF
FEftULiETOVB IF.AIM.MU Willi-;
You get here every
consideration, as 'to
quality, price and ser
As fast as new prices
are made in markets o
j the world, they will be
I reflected in our stocks
Women's Summer Vests
One special lot of
women's fln sum
me? vests, sixes 34
to i. with lace top.
Made of good qual
ity yarns and very
elastic. Buy your
needs for summer
now, at, each. , 2Sc
SPECIAL LOT SILKS
This lot consists of plain taf
feta, figured, silks for kimonas,
a few fancy silks, some satins,
and some odds and ends.
These silks formerly sold from
$2.25 to $3.50 yard. On special
sale now, yard . . . $1-49
Calico 12 l-2c
Percale (best quality) . . 2ac
Dress Ginehams 25c
French Ginchams 75c
Outing Flannel colored. 20c
Outing Flannel, white.. 19c
" Etc. Etc. '
Values to $3.50 pair.
Special Sale $1.00 Pair.
ONE LOT WOMEN'S COL
LARS 25c .1
Not all linen, but will wear as
welL These lengths come in 2
yd. and 2 1-2 yd. lengths of beau
tiful floral and conventional de
signs. Made of finest quality
long staple cotton on linen looms
insuring the best of texture and
wearing quality. Regular price
is $3.50 yard, on special sale, the
All wool and wool finish. Splendid
for the home, ranch or for camping.
Some double and some single.
$10.50 Blankets $8.25
$9.50 Blankets $7.60
$8.50 Blankets...... $6.50
are here. Patrons having
subscription cards, please
call and get yours.
Yes, They Read Them
The "Buyer" is Ahroad in the Land,
Armed With Some Clipped Want Ads.
He'll look you up if his scissors have encountered
your "for sale" ad.
He'll be clipping and answering ads tomorrow,
too, and yours ought to be there when he reads the
-paper if you have ANYTHING TO SELL.
"Used things," always find buyers if they're still
USEFUL THINGS if, to SOMEBODY, they are
ant Ads for Results
JaiTJLlLflSlJrgfmA..PET!n?I!ET0N.OTF,GOW. a FKTDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14, 1921.