Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 15, 1921)
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR, OF EVENTS
Jan. 13-15 Oregon District
Attorney Convention, Portland.
Jan. 17-19 56th Annual Na-
tlonal Woolgrower' Association
convention at Salt Lake City.
Jan. 18. Annual meetli of
Jan. 19. American Legion
concert. , ,
Return IVom MHilut'.
Mr. and Mrs, Parson Motanlc, and
Luke Mlnthorn returned thl morn
ing from Kamlah, Idaho, where the4fient.
attended a meeting of Indiana from pattern; make pleated skirts, tailor-
six different churches. About nlnejva ousting; pockets; bound button
now member Joined the church. The
Umatilla Indian were accompanied
here by Hubert Tetoby and Hilly
George, Bannock 'Indian , from the
Hlackfoot reservation who are re
turning from Kitmluh. Motanlc states
that the delegation wan up. all night
nn the return trip, due to bad roads
from the church to the town where
they boarded the train.
School Ih HJold.
A number of I'enBletnn women are
attending the sewing school held to
day at the office of Mr. Edith 0.
VanDqunen, home demonstration
flhe Ih. teaching How to nuer
holes and arrowheads. A similar
school will be held January 21. Mm.
VuniJttusen Just completed three day
lntructlon to Milton women, who!
completed five dresses and remodeled
John Itmiii KcKigiiK,
J. IS. Ileum, bookkeeper with the
city water commission for the post 18
month, today tendered his resigna
tion to tuk effect Ken. I. Ill health
Is given us the cause of Ills retlrc
mcntfl Mr. Beam went to St. An
thony' hospltul last evening, lor
. Using' Ouf Knowledge
We consider it our duty as a retail distribp
tor of food to use our knowledge of foods in
securing for our trade only those products
that are absolutely pure, of the highest qual
ity and values, unsurpassed in character, fla
vor and delicacy, and manufactured in sani
tary plants under ideal conditions and to keep
them clean and fresh during their short stay
in our market.
"You Can Depend on "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
I PllONES iOl
(Private Exchange Connnci Hoth Department)
FIXE CUOCEKIES AA'I) MEATS
OililfellnwK doing; to WcMoli.
Fifty members of, I'lnatillu k'n
eanipment No. 17, J. O. O. !., will mo
tor to Weston next Friday night to put
on degree team work for t tie enramp-,
merit there. They will take 10 or
more candidates for the Jocul lodge
and Initiate a similar class for the
Weston lodge. About 10 motor cam
are expected to make the trip and a
social hour I to follow the work.
Shooters Mill Hunt Rabbits. '
Quite a number of I'endleton shoot
er today signified their Intention of
golngto Kcho tomorrow to Join with
the citizen of that town In a rabbit
shoot which will he staged on Hut
ter Creek. The success of last Sun
day's shoot held by the I'endleton Hod
& Uun Club has resulted In a lot of
Interest In the shoot tomorrow and It
Is expected" to be "well attended.
Present Weather "Too Good."
The present weather condition are
declared by ome wheat' and fruit
men to be "too good." The mlhlnes
and continued rains has produced
I growing weather and It Is feared that
I if February and March turn cold
I much damage will be done by frost.
I So long a the weather does not turn
i cold there in no damage done but with
'sap corning up In the trees and wheat
igrowlng, a dry, cold spell would re
Isult In damuge.
The Nickles and Dimes
It actually seemed true that during the past
5 few years the purchasing power of Fifteen cents
5 had shrunk until it did not amount to much.
5 They were folorn shopping companions unless
you had a pocket full.
We have good news for you.
Fifteen cents has returned to its old time pro-
portions and is ready to lead' a useful and busy
life, every bit as active as it ever was.
Be sure to look at our windows and see the
many Kitchen Utensils that
15c WILL BUY.
I The BEE HIVE
Wheat Selling Not So Brisk.
' Kales of wheat yesterday and today
were not as brisk as at the opening
( this week, grain buyers today said
The reason for the falling off In Bale
is that the top prices have failed to
hold up and Chicago ha shftwn near
ly a 10 cent drop from the peak re
cently reached. When local buyers
paid $1.60 for No, 1 club wheat, sev
eral thousund bushels were, unloaded
but now the price ho dropped back
In the lVal market to about 1.45 for
strictly No. 1 stuff. ,
5 PayCash Pendleton's Variety Store SaveCah
THE HEATFR OF NO
. FEED OPENING ft?? poJsrtDjfrEEI.
i )fZ . - -" OUTER fcODY-
ANTl KVtfJhS J0Y$ OUTER BODY
I MOT MAST II Bn m. . . . V A HOT BLAST
NTAKENgiJU-iiS- i J SIDE LINING-
EXTRA iARGE 'lU
ASH pPj LLkPv
lil.. 2-' til
y&L Mersal 'Stores &fvmaces 'iPj
i ;. ' j-
X . I
CI. 1 1 I I - 1 - ' i I
( 'r- v v
T ' -
BUY A BARREL OF
rKii.rro?'S lfai.inu "nmitu
BUY A BARREIi OF
FEBRUARY DESIGNERS '
are here. Please call and get yours. Its a 'splen
did number. t
COLORED ORGANDIE 81.25 to $1.75"
These fine imported organdies are specially, good !
for waists, collars and cuffs, as well as for trim
mines, etc Offered in a wide range of colors. Make
your selections early. . . ,
r "y : a.
RLACR AINU Wlljlfc L.uivia
The very best of quality, and comes in
size checks. Just the weight for suits or
54-in. wide so will cut to good advantage.
NOTIONS AND DRESS MAKING
SUPPLIES are here in ABUNDANCE.
Come here for them.
FABRIC GLOVES 90c PAIR
That crnnH niinlitv fabrics, washable glove, we
have, comes in white, black, tan, brown and grey.
They wear wen ana in use kiu gioves.
We're showing a wide
range'of patterns and color
ings specially for aprons.
They are of best quality
and finish. See the models
we have made up.
, COLORED SATINS
$3.50 quality for $2.45
$4.uu quality lor
$4.50 quality for
Hair Bow Ribbons
.69c to $1.15 Bow
Comes in wide range
of colors and combina
tions of plaids, floral
j t it . ii .
designs ana me iixe,
1 1-4 yards to the piece. ,
Women's and Children's
At Revised Prices.
Buy now and save.
r75c quality .... 59c
i$1.00 quality 79c
$1.25 qualitv . 98c
$1.50 quality $1.21
$2.00 quality.... $1.49
U. quality. $1.85
$2.50 quality $1.95
$3.00 quality... 1 . $2.35
$3.50 quality $2.80
$4.00 quality $3.15
$5.00 quality. .... $3.95
S6.00 quality..... $4.80
$6.50 quality $5.15
$7.50 quality. .... $5.95
$8.00 quality $6.50
$8.50 quality..... $6.80
ONE-HALF PRICE. One lot fine Remnants of
silk, woolens and cotton goods. Run from 1 yard
to 4 yards.
m of II ;
9 I ' I I
I. T. A. Kudorsc Work.
A committee from the Hawthorn
Tarent Teacher Association was ap
pointed at yesterday's meeting to rep
resent the association at the commu
nity mass meeting to be held iroon In
the Interests of community service
work. The appointments were made
yesterday at the P. T. A. meeting fol
lowing a talk by R. E. Tucker, com
munity service worker. Mrs. Gert
rude Nash, principal of the school,
gave a talk on the social and civic
recognition of teachers, and this was
followed by a discussion of the sub
ject by parents and . teachers. Re
freshments were served by the girls of
the seventh grade, under the direction
of their teacher, Jllss I.cota Wagner.
office today, under te direction of T.
C. Mangold. The exahination is for
a clerk In the railroad mail service.
Called by Illness.
Mrs. H. M. Gunn, of Hermiston. is
In Pendleton today to see her hus
band, who Is 111 at St. Anthony' hospital.
;' Hon Hontagh ts a music hail
ilanclng favorite from Berlin, who
j has Just arrived in America to on
atago engagement the Urs
dancing invasion trom uermany
I'lince Ue war!
Ix'lflon KiMlnrscA ISoiiiir Measure.
With an unanimous vote, members
of Pendleton Post, American Legion,
ast niisht endorsed to the state leg-
ilatun the prnpc.Hcd slato bonus bill
for former service men from Oregon,
The action of the post is to be com
municated by the adjutant to the state
headquarters und to the state legls
lature now in session In Sulem. A
resolution signed by 24 legion men In
Adams, unnhle to be present, was
read In which they assured the post
of their unanimous support of the pro
OtlwriH lsliko Darkness.
Complaints from many citizens were
registered hist night and today re
garding the state of darkness into
which Pendleton hns been plunged.
While they are willing to bclievo the
statement of Dr. p. W. Vincent, man
user of the Pacific Tower & IJRht
Co., that he cannot get' globes from
the Oeneral Electric Co., at Portland,
they nrguo that some substitute could
be used until the, regular globes are
available, t'ltlzens have tnken their
complaints to t'lnud Penland, chair
man of the lights committee of the
council, In tlio hope of getting relief.
Scout Patrols Organized.
Two full patrols of eight Boy Scouts
each and two partial patrols were or
ganized at a meeting of the Boy Scouts
last night at the home of Mrs. Ger
trude O'Gara. Rev. J. M. Cornelison,
chosen as scoutmaster, distributed
scout books among the 30 boys pres
ent. Curtis O'Gara was named head
of the patrol from Main to Vincent
street and Lorln Booth head of the
patrol from Vincent street east. Ap
plication has been made for a nation
al cnarter and a citizens' committee
composed of S .R. Thompson, I. C
Scharpf-and Rev. George U Clark,
pastor of the Presbyterian church, has
endorsed the application. Dr. R. C.
Kllsworth, scout doctor, was present
and lectured on first aid to the Injur-1
Confers With Son ice -Men.
William E. Truman, of the trea
sury department of the government,
as in Pendleton yesterday and talked
with ex-service men to whom allot
ments -and allowances have been made
School Will Be Held.
A dressmaking school Is to be' held
In Hermiston next Tuesday, Wednes
day and Thursday by Sirs. Edith G.
Van Deusen, home demonstration
agent. A diversified sewing program
win De taken up.
J. C Kuhns Assists.
J. C. Kuhns, spervi&or of the Uma
tilla National Forest, is In Boardman.
where he is assisting the city in out
lining a tree planting program. He
left here yesterday for the Morrow
Merle Chessman Honored.
Merle Chessman, formerly of the
East Oregonian and now editor of the
Astoria Budget, was among the five
prominent Journalists of the state who
were Initiated last night on the Unl
verslty of Oregon campus Into Sigma
Delta Chi, national Journalism frater
nity, as an honorary member. Mr.
Chessman Is attending the newspaper
conference in Eugene. Sigma Delta
Chi Is a national honorary Journalism
fraternity. Besides Mr. Chessman,
other new members are Robert W.
Sawyer, publisher of the Bend Bulle
tin: Elbert Bede, editor of the Cottage
Grove Sentinel; Charles Fisher, editor
of the Eugene Dally Guard, und E. K.
Hro-Me, edito rot the Oregon City En
Rainfall Ts .4)2.
The rainfall last night was .02 savs
Major Lee Moorhouse, official weath
er observer. The rain was accompan
ied by a high wind. The maximum
today Is 42 and the minimum 31. The
Barometer registers 29.72.
Charity Meeting Held. . '
Representatives of the various
charitable Institutions of the city are
mettinsr this afternoon In the office
of I. M. Schannen, county judge, to
confer with Miss Katherlne Ewlng, of
the Red Cross, regarding unified char
ily work In Pendleton.
'fh we c?r?Kntrles Tou ttn lG man', cecapatlon a block wy
--Dy h hat Th genUeman with the plmea to head jaidtar at thl
Uty hall at Roma, Italy. The othar to th VTStt'
. UW 1TT
Machine Is Broken.
The two right wheels on the deliv
ery wagon used by Fell's Cleaning
Works were broken off this morning
J when the driver collided with the curb
i on the corner of Alta and Willow
j streets. The machine skidded on the
wet pavements and the accident re.
Kvam Is Given,
Three applicants are tnklng the
Civil Service examination at the post-
BERLIN, Jan. 15. (P. P.l Min
ister of Defense Geslcr today declared
iso. 000 Polish troops had concentrat
ed on the upper Silesian frontier.
We Announce the opening of
an Office in the Pittock block.
Portland, Oregon, and thz
APPOINTMENT OF Mr. R. J. LEO.
C. p. a. (Oregon) as Manager
Haskins a Sells.
JANUARY IO. 1821.
TWELVE PAGES , j
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY'15, 1921.