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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 19, 1021.
'NeSs Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Jun. 17-18 60th Annual Na
tional Woolgrowem' Association
convention at Bait Lake City. .
Jan. 25. Annual meeting of
. Round-Up director!.
. Jun, 21. Temporary meeting
(or community organisation,
4:30, Commercial Association.
Jan. 1 9. American Legion
Jan. 21 Meeting and tlec-
Hon, Pendleton Alo peulerg.
Jan. 29. Annual County
Farm Ilureuu meeting and elec-
Hon of officers at county llbrnry.
Annual Meeting .Inmiary 20. '
, Tho nn,niiul meeting unU deletion of
officers' of the county Farm Bureau
will lie held at tho County library
.Inn dm y 29, a week from Saturday.
I'lui.s for year will bo discussed.
Will Visit Columbia. .. -
Fred Hennlon, county agriculture
agent, will go to Columbia thl even
ing to attend a Farm Hureau meeting.
Among the matter Ut be discussed
will be boy' and girls' club work, the
formation of a tuuercuros.s tree uis-
recti on "The Fundamental Principle
cif Orchard Practice." ,
Xcw Lieutenant Here
Lieutenant Myrn. Mo), of the Balva-
tlon Army, ha joined tho local H. A
post and Hill assist Captain Jcnnlt
Conrad. Klie succeed Lieutenant Ma
bel I,angdon, who hu been transfer
red to The Dalle. Lieutenant. Moye
ha been stationed at Anucortes,
(rift, community hog and poultry ruis-
ing. crop and orchard demonstrations,
ami a pruning chool. Mr. Bcnnlon
will artdreH the memlier of the bu-
ARE NOW RUNNING. i
We receive a fresh shipment every morning.
These are delicious fish, rich in food value.
If you call 10r you can depend on them be
ing fresh. ' '
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
frliGNKB 101 . ,
' ' (Private Exchange Connwt Itoth Tfeparuneola) -HSK
l.ROCMUKS AMD MEATS '
Will Kilter High Kchool
Klchard Klce, who attended Culver
Military Academy lat ycur and thlf.
year, will take up hi studies at the
Pendleton high Kchool with tho open
Ing of the econd semester next Mon
day, llle did luit return to Culver aftei
Uerivlng In Pendleton for the Christ
. . jl.i . . . 4.l.. . ....
n;as nonouys. ho ib tne sun ui Air. uu
Mr. C...M. .RlceJ
-loi luiiui loi loi loi loi loi ioi T
Prizes to lie Awarded
Prlfes for attendance' at the Hajvii
tlon Army Sunday' Hchoot will be
awarded on Saturday by Captain Jen
nie Conrad. There are from 70 to 80
children at Bunday school each Bundav
and from among their number will be
choen winner of the. flrt, aecond,
third and fourth prize. Testaments
vill be among the prize given.
Signs Aro Placed.
Btgna dCHlgnating the Intersection of
trails, the location of creek and other
stream are now being placed on the
Umatilla .National Forest a a fore
runner of the coming summer season.
Each, year the forest ranger do this
Work. About 100 sign will be placed
on the forest. Later In the season, the
fire prevention sign are put up.
Meeting Is Postponed.
A meeting of the Church of the Re
deemer tonight, at which Norman
Johnson, state Sunday school organ
izer, was to speak, ha been postponed.
Mr. Johnson wired this morning that
it would be Impossible for him to be
j in Pendleton to address Sunday school
i worker of the city tonight. The meet
ing will be held at some future date.
The Nickles and'Ditries j
Have Reformed f
It actually seemed true that during the past
few years the pu rchasing power of Fifteen cents
had shrunk until it did not amount to 'much. f
1 . They .jveraloJern shopping companions unless
S you had a pocket full. I
S 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 f
' life, every bit as active as it ever was. ..' 1
Be sure to' look at our windows and see the I
5 many Kitchen Utensils that
15c WILL. BUY. ,
I The BEE HIVE
f PayCash Pendleton's Variety Store SareCath I
THE HEATFR OF NO
I EXTRA A.AWSE TOP U-ZJr
, FEED OPENINO yCtfiTfUi-
I r : . -. -..-"" . U
ADfiF MO i. ' .iMlCia.i '
ANTI KWN1 &
HOT N. AST 1 5 filltXl 4 HOT BLAST .
oopLtx )Sif ssil i Tfl'i 1 1 lu I extraheAvy
. nWO 1X1LT LINING . K
EXTRA LARGE "KgWS1lK
PAHPLKI fTSyhrTRE POT '
WlH-al Condition CMml.
Umatilla county's wheat 1 In an
excellent condition, say farmer. There
Is more moisture In the ground than
at tMa time last year, because the pre
cipitation occurred tlji year when tho
ground was soft and recbptlve. There
have been some complaints from the
Weston region, where, because of the
water-soaked ground, there is some
gullying in the hillsides.
Ask I led Cross Aid.
The names, rank and army organ
Ization of all ex-service men who are
In the State Hospital because of men
tal diability la wanted by tho Feder
al Hoard of Vocational Guidance,
which, today asked that tho local of
fice; of the Umatilla County Red Cross
secure the date. The work will be
taken up by Miss Virginia Todd, sec
retary. The board hope to place all
Northwest ex-service men now In hos
pitals for the insane at a general hos
pital at Steilacom, near Tacoina.
Thlnl Car CoKtg $2712.12
The third carload of flour shipped
lor me relict of Central Europe cost
tho committee $2742.42, according to
a arart received this morning by c. K.
Cranston, treasurer for the European
Relief Council here. The flour was
billed by the Preston Shaffer mills at
Athena and the Peacock mills at Free
water and the slightly higher charge
than the first two cars Is believed due
to the milling in transit com on wheat.
I matllia county's donations of flotir
are all packed and paid for today.
Community .scrvkx CYimmlttce to Meet
The temporary committee which
made application for Community Ser
vice in. Pendleton "will meet nt 4:30
rTiilay afternoon In the Commercial
Association meeting rooms to lay tern
iiomry plans lor the permanent or-
snnizatlnn. In addition to tho mem-
oers of the temporary committee, sev
eral other business men will be called
in to the meeting. Following the adop
tion or a plan of action, a community
mass, meeting will bo called probably
next week for putting through a de
nnlte organization. The members of
the original committee are: J. R. Ra
ley, George A. Hartman, C. K. Crans-
"n. h. k. inlow, John Vaughhan and
P. L. Idleman. Probably as many ad
ditional men will be asked to assist In
'h manning which will be done on
BUY A BARREL OF
BUY A BARREL OF
Note These Prices on Dress Goods
4 .. Quality,
.50 Quality, Itevlsed Prle
7.00 Ouality, IUvlhel Ii-e
KovlM-d Iri :
KrvlMI 1'i ice
Hi'ImiI Pii'; , ,
Kovlwd Priit! . .
Ib-rlseri Prl-c : $4.S
Itevised lrloc 5.25
UnlM'.l Vrtti) v. . '. S5.5
Iltnlsod Price ; 0.2S
, . SATEENS, 50c
36 inches wide. Black and colors.
" ONE LOT FIGURED VOILES, 23c
Thew; are about 10 pieces in this lot. We are clos
ing them out. Formerly sold from 75c to $1.00 yard.
Revised price 25c
January White Sale
WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S
IllY NOW AND SAVE
75c Qnnlity, January White Sale... 50c
85c Quality, January White Kale... 69c
$1.00 Quality, January White Kale. ." 79c
1.25 Quality, January White Kale. . 98c
$1.50, Quality, January White Kale $1.21
$2.00 Quality, January White Kale $1.49
S2.25 Quality, January White Kale $IJt5
$2J0 Quality, January White Kale $1.95
SXOO Quality, January White Kale $2.35
$$.50' Quality, January White Kale $2.80
$4.00 Qualjty, January White Kale $3.1 S
$5.00 Quality, January White Kale $3.95
Stl.OO Quality, January White Kale $4.80
$0.50 Quality, January White Kale $3.15
$7.50 Quality, January White Kale $5.95
S8.00 Quality, January WliiU Kale .50
$8.50 Qoulit, January White Sale $0.50
Special Lot Women's Silk
This includes colored hose,
pure silk thread, double sole, heel
and toe. Worth from $1.50 to
$1.75 a pair. Revised price . . 95c
ONE LOT SILKOLINES
Revised Price, 15c.
LACE CURTAINS, $1.00 PAIR
'We have about 100 pairs of
these fine ecru lace curtains to
close out. Better come early if
you want some of these. Values
to $3.50 up. "
TABLE LINENS PRICES CUT DEEP
Revision l'riee . .
Ki-tLsliHi lrl . .
ltcviniim I'rlcc . .
ltd Moil Prt . .
Kevi.-iHi I'rlcc .
K('iliHl Price ..
Revision l'riee .
$7.00 Quality, Rev int. l'rk .
$8.50 Ouality, Revision l'rk .
$10.00 Quality, Revision l'riee
$1 1.50 Quality,' ReviskHi l'riee
$12.50 Quality, Rcviskui Price
$13.50 Quality. Revision lVk
S15.IHI Quality, IU-viskm l'riee
1 8.50 Quality, Revision Price
$18.50 Quality, Revlskm Prl-o
$20.00 Quality, Revision Price
$22.50 Quality, Revision l'riee
$25.00 Quality, Revision Price
$27.50 Quality, Revlskm l'riee
830.00 Quality, Revision Price
$35.00 Quality, Rctislon Price
$10.00 Quality, Revision Price
Buy your Inces liere, where you can btiy
them at the new revixMl lritrc.. Von will save
cousklerahle on your purchases.
5c Quality, Reviscxl Prk-e jc
8c-. Ouality. RcviMtl l"ri-e
10c Quality. Revised lri-e . .
12c Quality, Revised Prk-d ..
15c Quality, Revised l'riee . .
25e Quality, Revised Pi . .
Oc Quality, Ke1snl Price . .
:t5c Quality, ltcvl.sed Prk-s . ,
50c Quality. Revised Price . ,
65c Quality, RevisiNl l'ri-e , .
75c Quality, Revlsl Prk . .
85t: Quality. Revised l'rk'd . .
$1.00 Quality, KeviMtl l'riee
$1.25 Quality, Revised Pri-e
$1.50 Quality, Revised l'riee
$1.75 Quality, Revised l'riee
$2.00 Quality, Revised Price
$2.50 Quality, Revised Prk-e
$3.00 Quality. Revised l'riee
83.50 Quality, Iei1sel I'rii-e
S4.00 Quality, Revised l'riee
, . 21c
. . 37c
. . 46c
. . 67c
. . 78c
. . 95c
8 .. .
Train In Two Se-tioiis
Two cars of coast artillery troops.
lound for the coast, made it. necessary
for today's Xo. 17 to be run In two sec
tions between 1m Grande and Pendle
ton. The trains were consolidated
here for the run to Portland.
Fur Couglia and Colds
"I want to say that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has been used In my
family on occasion, without numbers,
for coughs and colds and has given
the best satisfaction of any cough
medicine we ever tired." writes Mrs.
C. Metager, Greenville, 111. You will
look a long while before you find a
better remerdy for coughs and colds
or one that Is more Bufe and plea
sane to taite. .
Well Known in l uroicn Countries:
it win ne a surprise to many to
know that Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy Is well kown,and highly este
emed in mnny foreign countries
pharles M. Cramer, a well known
watcn niaKer of Colombo, Ceylon, says
nf it, "I have pit the slightest hesit
ancy In recommi-udliiir Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy . to all who are suf
fering from coilphs'or t-nlds. I have
repeatedly used It and It has always
If you would enjoy tomorrow, take
Chamberlain's Tablet tonight. They
produce an agreeable, laxative effect
clear the head and cleanse the sto
mach. They ure Just -what you need
when constipated. .
Xo dount' AlKHit It
There Is no question but that
Chamberlain's Tablets is one of the
best preparations on the market for
stomach troubles, billlousness and
constipation. There Is no better proof
nt this than when a man has once
used them he will consider nothing
else when In need of such medicine.
Kast Kncl 'Towns Will Report
Milton and Weston, which have yet
to send in their final reports on the re
cent Red Cross roll call, were asked by
telephone today to send in their re
maining balances. C. K.Cranston
county chairman, will then make ui
his final report for the county and
send to northwest headquarters at
Supply Train Cornell '
A supply train of about 20 cars,
from the Albina shops, Portland, was
here this morning delivering supplies
to the various departments of the O.
W. R. & N. Co., and picking up out of
date materials for the junk pile at the
Albina yards. The train la being sent
over the system as far as Huntington
The private car of M. J. Buckley,
superintendent of the road, was at
tnched to the train, Mr. Buckley ac
companying it to make a close Inspec
tion of the road.
Will Order Nitrate.
Arrangements for a pooled order of
a carload of sodium nitrate were com
pleted yesterday nt Milton at a meet
ing of the Fruit Growers Union. The
nitrate. is used as fertiliier and Its
value has been proven by demonstra
tions in the Milton region. 'According
to Fred Bcnnlon, county agent who at
tended the" meeting, the fruit trees
are covered with buds but because of
the Injury done by the severe weather
last winter, the trees, unless nitrate
Is usod, lack the vigor to carry the
crop, which is, in sieht. The fertiliser
will be applied! . month before
blooming time, at the rate of four or
five pounds to a. tree. The growers
at the meeting re-elected their exec
utive board for the coming year.
WASHINGTON'. Jan. 19. The dem
ocratic filibuster against the emer.
gency tariff bill is In full swing in the
senate. Though Senator Underwood,
democratic leader, disclaimed any In
tention to organize a party filibuster
on tho measure, he made It plain he
could not control individual democrats.
MS HUSBAND KILLS
GALVESTON, Jan. 19. U. P.l
The bodies of Mrs. Francis Brown and
M. S. Settle were found shot dead In
an automobile standing-in the street
in a fashionable residential district
early today. Brown walked to the
home of Constable Gregory and sur
rendered. The woman was shot
through the heart and the man
through the head. Both were about
ROOSEVFXTI VV FAMILY.
MOXEE C1TV, Wash., Jan. 19
Four children within eleven months
came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Wayenberg here, with the arriv
al of a second pair of twins. All were
doing well, including a fifth child It
FliETC MILK AT SCHOOLS.
OLTMPJA, Jan. 19. (U. P.)
Every school child under the age of
14 will get a free glass of milk during
the lunch hour period if the legisla
ture passe a bill Senate.- Fawcett In
troduced. The cost is to be defrayed
out of the school funds.
RIG IH MlKAKS
MEXICO CITY. Jan. 19. (A. P.l
Over inn were drowned. 200 iniured
na loiio made homeless when two
cams above Pachnca broke yesterdav
The water swept the lower section of
hat big mining center.
NEW YORK Jan. 19. (A. P.) An
effort to have the great number of na
tions competing for the Davis Cup ten
nis trophy than la any previous year
will be made by the United States
Lawn Tennis association. It was an
nounced today. The American Davis
cup has authorized the sending of let
ters to South American and European
nations with organized tennis associa
tions who have not heretofore com
peted, inviting them to forward chal
lenges, Canada expects to enter the competl-
I Call a physician. Then begin
I . "emergency" treatment with
Oca 1 7 billion Jan (W VeanV
lion this year, that committee has been
The American Davis committee an
nounced it will recommend to the
schedule committee that the challenge
round of the Davis cup matches pre
cede the national singles champion
ship, no matter where the latter event
IIKRHS 1"S3 IN" MEDICIXF-S
A Manchester, England, paper urges
the renewed cultivation of old fash
ioned medicinal herbs in English gar
dens. In the United Slates they have
also gone out of fashion as a feature
of the small garden, although they
are imported in large quantities from
Turkey, India and China, whero they
are grown purely for commercial pur
poses, as their medicinal value Is rec
ognized by many leading physician.;
Tone of Medicinal herbs are used an
nually In the preparation of Lydia Is.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a
rdost successful medicine for woman's
ills. It contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and women afflicted with
such ailments should try It. ;
N 6-DAY BIKE RACE
CHICAGO, Jan. IS. (A. P.l The
14th hour of the six-day bicycle, race
found nine of the IS teams which
started bunched with a record of "r-O
miles each, one team out of the run
ning and two trailing a lap behind the
leaders. The team of Madden and
Madden was in the lead In points, how
ever, with 22.
Charley Plereey was forced . out
hrough Injuries received in a fall-Sun-'ay,
and his partner, Arthur Spencer,
. GOES, GONE!
'Pape's Dtapepsin,, at once
fixes Your Sour, Gassy,
SALEM. Jan. 19. (A. P.) Senator
Dennis' Joint memorial demanding a
fedorul paper mill investigation was
j adopted by the senate,
Stomach acidity causes indigestion
fond souring, gas, distress! Wonder I
what upset your stomach ? Well, don't
bother! The moment you eat a tab
let or two of Pnpe's Diapepsln all the
lumps of indigestion pain, the sourness,
heartburn und belching of gases, due
J to acidity, vanish truly wonderful!
.Millions of people know that It Is
needless to be bothered with indiges
tion dyspepsia or a disordered stom
ach. A few tablets of Pane s nianen-
sin neutralize acidity and give relief at I
once no waiting! Buy a bo ofx Pnpe's j
Dinpepsin now! Don't stay miserable: j
Try to regulate your stomach so you
can eat favorite foods without causing '
ctstress. The cost Is so little. The
benefits, o great.
Watch Our Pre-Inventory
For the remainder of this month we can save you
money on our Special Sales.
NIPPON BRAND APRICOTS (Halves) and '
PEACHES (Halves or Sliced).
For This Week
3 Cans for t $1.00
12 Cans for $3.95
Case (2 dozen) $7.80
Easy Day and
15 for $1.00
VAN CAMP'S SOUPS
Vegetable, Clam Chow
der, Tomato, or Chick
en. 15c Can
$1.45 per Doz.