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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 28, 1021.
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-News. Notes of Pendleton
CAIiEMDATt OP IEVUNT8
, Jan, 25. Annual niectlhg of
. Round-Up directors.' ,
i Jan. 27. AnnuRl County
Farm Bureau meeting and elcc-
tlon of officers at county library,
Jan. 2. Muss meeting for
community organization coun- 4
ty library. '
Jun. 31,--Circult Court Jury
, Feb. 4-6 Basketball, I'cndlo-
ton vs. Dakcr hiiih school gym.
Feb, 6, American Legion
Smoker Oregon theater. y
KooiiI'm JW In City Hall
Owing to the meeting tonight In the
county llbrury auditorium for com
munity organization, the I'endjpton
1'oya Hcouts will hold their session In
the city library room In the city hall,
Itev. J. M. Cornellson, scout master,
announced today. The boys will as
semble at 1 o'clock. Examinations
will be held tonight for the tenderfoot
m out rank.
I looked I'ihmI Sln Announced
! A cooked food Hale to be held In the
Allcn-Knlght 'u store on Saturday
wan announced today by the Bulvation
Army. A speciality nf Halvatlon Army
dmiKbnutK and coffee will be served.
Ctiptaln Jennie CNmraa wild. Cakes,
pies, bread and other articles of food
will be aold from 9:30 a. in., until an
In disponed oC
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Xcw ICmploye I"or T. I. W.
i John lienson, of Lewislon, Idaho,
has accepted a position as head of the
dry goods department of The Peoples
WarehoiiHp, according to announce
ment made today by H. I. Bayres. Mr.
rteiiHon, who has had experience at II.
C. Hcaeh'fl, In Lewlsiton, LIppett'R In
Colfax, and Jensen's, In Walla Walla,
succeed It. K. Morse, who hu resign
ed. Mr. benson is married and with
his family' wjll arrive here in a few
dayii. . '
Former rcrfillotoiilnn Pasttr-a
.'. E. Troutmw formerly a Pen
dleton architect, died this week at his
home In Aberdeen, Wash., according
to word received. here today by Will
McCormmnoh. Mr. Troutman had
been 111 for several months. Ho was
engaged in architecture here until
about 10 years ago when ho moved
to Aberdeen, lie has been cro at
times since, having drawn fW plans
for the Elmer McCormmach home and
the Pilot Hock high school building
Mr. Troutmun was about 50 years ot
age and left a widow, one brother ana
one slater. ,
BUY A BARREL OF
Permit for llcpalra Issued
A permit for the repair of a base
ment was Issued by the city recorder
today to H. L. Blmpson, 604 Alia siren.
The cost of the work is estimated at
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Klfctm Oil Director v
H. R. Hlckers, of this city, has Jiuit
been elected a director of the Colum
bia Basin Oil Co., which Is sinking a
well near Attalla, Wash. Several Uma
tilla county residents are interested In
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THESE RADICAL REDUCTIONS. YOU'LL GET YOUR
Two Chmcd Quarantined Today
smallpox is showing a slight de
crease In the city, according to reports
rroni the city health department,
" here were two cases of cnntairlous
disease reported today for quarantine,
nowever, one of smallpox ami one oi
Saturday's Vegetable List is
Wlilto Cauliflower '
Solid Head Ia-Uuiv
Hot House Iritucc
IJot IIihin Itluiliai l
California Hunch Itcrts
California, l'.uncli Cunot-i
California Ituncli TundW
Arkansas Kwwt Npmlf
Solid White Cabbage
linrgc lllcai lnil Celery
lu ll I'epiMTH
Ixs.k over the list rliooso your vegetables call "101" ami
be wMureU if MHiiotliliig really good.
IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT
A bouutlful supply 'f SH'K'FAvT VrJVL. Your choice of
any cut. J
YOU CAN DEPEND ON "10r
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
' FlXlf GB.OCEK1KS A-ND MEATS
Truancy 1U'mHn Itun to l-Uirtli
Keports of truancy among school
children In the city have been coming
with more frequency of late to John
Halley Jr., special Juvenile officer, who
has traced down most of the cifces. He
rrported today that most of the cases
Of alleireri triinnrv w.r. irantna tn
'the presence of contagious disease in
tbo home of children absent from
Modarts from ' $7.00
$10.00 values, sizes
20, 24, .25, 26, 27, 31, 3
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Community Organization Tonight
The mass meeting for cotnmunlty
organization Is to be held In the counts
library auditorium tonight at 7:30
o'clock, with It. E. Tucker In charge.
The general public has been asked to
attend .and virtually every organiza
tion in Pendleton is expected to be rep
resented with delegates. Musical num.
ibera by the hiiih school girl's glee
.'club and community singing will be
part of the program.
Every Day Prides
Buster Brown-Hose for girls and boys, rcg
priced 45c, now selling for 33c
Ladies' Hose, mercerized in all colors. .; . . . 65c
Sewing Cotton, 150 yd. spools 5c '
Coats Crocheht Cotton i .'. . lac
Silkine Cotton 15c, 2 for 2oc ,
Ginghams, Percales, Outing Flannejs, yd. 2oc
All Candies -at, pound .' 40c
The Largest Pencil Tablet in Town for ..... 5c
Fleischers Knitting Worsted, reg.. selling
79c, now ...v... . 43c
(If we haven't the color you like we would be
glad to order it for y,ou at the same price)
All Rick Rack Braids at 15c
It pays those who come here first. Ave you
one of them?
The BEE HIVE
May Kara Hoard for Work '
Any men who. are "up against It"
and want to eat three meals a day can
be accommodated If ther will agree to
work for Uie city on the streets. Super
Intondent of .Streets C. A. Crabtree
said today. The city has been putting
its prisoners to work of late but some
have refused to go out and have bee"n
placed on bread and water. The com
missioner naya he can use a few men
if any want to work for their board.
The l'are.nt Teachers Association ot
the Lincoln School held an Interest
tng meeting this afternoon at tne
tchool building. Numbers on the pro
gram were three folk dances by the
third grade pITpils; a recitation, "Th?
Quent,' by Barbara IJeuallen; a con
cfrt recitation, "Old Ironside," by the
fltilt grade, and a talk on community
service by 11. E. Tucker. A discussion
of community service followed the
talk. The regular, business meeting
Has. held also.
Vagrant Given 10 Days
Herman Shown, arrested hy the city
j police on a charge of vagrancy, this
morning wag found guilty in police
court and sentenced to 10 days in the
city Jail. He refused to go to work on
the streets, as provided by ordinance.
land ho was ordered placed on a bread
E and water ration until he change hu
irlnd. Two others In the city Jail like
wise prefer bread and water to labor
under the street commissioner, the
police today reported, and their lunch
basket is likewise filled with the two
3 PayCAih Pendleton't Variety Store Save Cah
MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE
Aladdin Cooking Ware
CARRIED IN BOTH ALUMINUM AND WHITE
Pcndlctnn Grttlng Information
Information on the handling of con
tnglous diseases In The rtilles, Walla
Walla, Grande and Baker haa been
ai-kd by the City of l'endleton, In con
nection with the organized effort here
tc stamp out smallpox and other con
taglnud diseases. In replies from the
first two named cities, they said that
Isolation hospitals aro used and that a
considerable degree of success fci com
batting the spread of disease has re
tailed. - linker and La Grande have not
replied. It Is understood that they are
in much the same situation as Is Ten-dleton.
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In Our Rnv's
WW I Vrr ; Wi ii
! DAY, 75c Pair.
BUY A BARREL OP
; 03.98, : ,
Nemo; La Revo, from
- $6.50 ' to $9.50 values,
t good run; sizes. ,
l ". i in 'i Mi 'Tim lr i
Special Sale Boys'
Knee Pants 75c Pr.
Saturday we place on special
sale our Boys' Knicker
Pants. ' ,
They are "of very best
quality neat patterns and
dark colors, sizes 6 to 18 yrs.
. . thta Q n- -
closine un tne account .
.eal and deciding ui , hv
the surplus money buv.
I'mattlla county. .
Universal Stoves &fiirnaces
l.ilirary MnUcr May Come Tp Soon
The mutter of consolidating the city
1'brary with the local county library
probably will come up a weefc from
tomorrow, it was said today hy a city
Ifleial. Roy V. Hltner, member of
the county library board and presioem
o' the slate senate, la expected in Pen
dletnn about Feb. 5 and If he comes,
an attempt will be made to call iseth-
the countv library board and am-
committee from the council appointed
t- work for the consolidation. It If
oorted that all parties to the propos
ed change are agreeable to it and that
all that remains is thoffictnl order,
hall. Mrs. J one
training and cxpeii
To ": '" SfoMO
SS'nMVB Ub. 1 TbV genuine bes
hV signature of E. W. Orov,r. (Be
sure you get i;ilOMU.)-Ads.
liavhl XpIboii Is Honocil
'lljivid H. Nelson, of PNldloton, to
day received notice of hit election to
llfo membership of the United states
Good Koads Association. He will be
member of the board of governors
for Oregon and a member of the Ore
enn State I'ouncll for good roads ad
vancemctit. Ho was nominated for
the office'bv Gov. Pen Olcott and Is
one of a very few men in Oregon to be
knnnrui. The association does not
unbelt members nor finances, the lei
ir to Mr. Nelson said, .and election to
membership Is considered a reward fo
activity in good roads worn
v Values up to
SPECIAL SALE BOYS' WAISTS
Prices on these Boys'
Waists cut to the; bone.
They are blouse waists
with attached collars. of
neat stripes and plain
blue. ,Of best quality perm
eates, madras and. cham
bray. Good run of sizes.
Values from 85c to $1.23
Purchases made balance of this month go on Feb. :
account, payable March 1st -..
VI,UU . L-.-.i.l in n. clnSS In
Interest ts - . .
. .. , i f.,r children, which is
,,,,il bv .Mrs. isean
ears o( 'age and will open a week from
ears in ,-,,,, ,,f Oo umbus
tomorrow nt m - , . . .
has had considerable
oYico in this line oi
none on Wnr to l'.uroiiei
Th. three carloads of export 1100
jr.ot hv fmatilla county 10 jee.i m
children of Central Kurope, have Dcen
Vlaccd on ship board at Portland and
are on their way 'to Hamburg, C.er
nianv, from whence they will be trans
shipped to Danrig. Word that the
flour had arrived in Portland in good
condition and had been loadVd on the
, ... .
Steamship Pomona was receneii o v,.
K, Cranstont treasurer of the local
r-orooeiin Hel ef council, mis niom-
imr from A. M. Scott, of the Portland
KlourlngMllls Co. The executive com
mittee Is to nave a meriin 1
g'ClOvH thb BfWrnoon for the purpose
dawn of the following day. At pres
today Into tomorrow and society func
tions are gradually becoming later
and later. .
Xothing begins before 6 o"c!ock in
the evening.' at w;blch hour afternoon
tea commences and lasts till 8
o'clock. Theater matinees start at
ti:30 or 7 and continue till 9;3 or 10.
Dinner is taken anywhere between 0
and 11.30. ,
Meanwhile the main performance
at the theaters and opera have opened
but the smart set never think of en-
Ih.t. Calls r.r h,,vaa utifil tK.
Extreme Nationalist party, for a stu- ' v
I of their purposes in going is to be seen,
j When the performance la over af 1 or
1 130, a supper-dance follows, ending at
dawn. " ' . .-'
j The acknowledged pinnacle of aris
Itocracv the Duke de Alba, has set his
MODEXA, Italy, Jan. 28. (A. P.)
Two mourners were killed and sev
eral wounded today when shots were j
fired at a funeral procession held un-j
der the auspices of the Fascist!, or!
dent who recently was murdered. In
revenge, the Fascistl attacked and set
fire to the chamber of labor. The
police restored order.
As a protest against the shooting
.he Fascistl at Bologna set fire to the
chamber of. labor there.
face against this topsy-turvyddru anj
decreed that his palsce which Is a "
central point for "gatherings of dipto-'
mats; scientists, artists and politicians,
shall never remain open after mm
night. He Is supported by Premier
Ditto, who also favors earlier hours
and the -Marios de Urguijo, the bil
lionaire banker, who- finds later ihic.
tornal Lhouw'intfjrfera with his gigon- ,
tic financial labors. . ,
ROMCHITIS ! ;
At bedtime rub the throat
chest thoroughly with
Oea 17 MiBcn fan VttJ 4f
MADRID, attn- 28. Some leaders
of Spanish society ore making a val
ient effort to Introduce a sociai day
which ends at midnight, Instead of at
ent the tendency in Madrid is to drive
You'd have to hare pretty
I good memory to lead the "dog s
'life" that "Sun Dance," Broad
Iway tar. Is leading. He's a dog,
I now starrins in "The Broken
'Wing" - Two year ago certain
lines In "The Lincoln. Ilithway
iman" were his cue to. jump
1 through a window. And even now
'when he hears these cue lines
-Bun Dance LwUl leap from a win-
doty-" ' "" '
"They Work while you Sleep"
Where's your old "punch"? You arc
constipated, bilious! You need Casca
rets (tonight sure for your UVer ami
bowels, then you will wake up wonder
ing what became of your sluggishness,
dizziness, sick headache, bad cold, or
upset, gassy stomach. Children love
Cascareta too. tiO, 25, 50 cents.
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can prepare them. Ideal for cake filling 'and. pud
dings'. The thoughtful and energetic mother cannot
afford to be without this modern pie preparation.
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