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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29, 1021.
News' Notes of Petiidleton
Jan. 5. Annual meeting of
Jan. 27. Annual County
Farm Bureau meeting and eleo-
tton ot office at county library.,
Jan. 2. Mass meeting for.
community organisation coun-
Jan. si. Circuit Court Jury
Feb. 4-t Basketball, Pendle-
ton vs. Baker high achool gym.
Feb. t. American Legion1"
Gmoker Oregon theater. '
Mis XiiHliiiw In Hospital I
Mini Mabel iiustrow In a patient In
St. Anthony'e hospttul.
liev. Mllo Hentley, one of the state
evangelists for the Baptist church, ar
rived today from Ontario where he
preached to erowded houses and wheie
he' wan responsible for 100 conversion.
fto will preach at tlfe local Baptist
church. , . ' - i "
as leader,, and a millinery school for
women Is to be held during the last
week of February. Athena and Pilot
Hi.ck are both planning to have hot
1 1. nine served In the schools, Mrs.
V'un Deusen reports.
Colonel fs Coming , J
Colonel Cousins and Adjutant Bell,
rf Seattle, will be In Pendleton Tues
day night and will address the Bulva
tlon Army at the B. A. hall, 208 Alia
street. Colonel Cousins Is the new
commander for the Northern Pacific
division, and has his headquarters at
Seattle. Adjutant Bell Is the divisional
young peoples seoretnry for this divi
sion. There will be sinking and speak
ing and the meeting la open- to the
Permits Ars Asked. "
Beventy-flve per' cent of the appli
cations for grazing permits on the
Umatllla'Natlonal Forest have been !
received at the office, says J, C. Kuiib.
supervisor.' Monday Is the- Inst- day
upon which applications wll be re
reived. Driveway stock Is admitted to
the range by May 15, while June 1
nrd June 16 are the dates r for the
opening of the sheep gracing season.
Mhx1s tc Buoccsav
dressmaking schools held during
the past week at Umaplne and Pilot
ltock were a decided success, accord
ing to Mrs. With G. Van Deusen, who
was In charge. Umaplne has formed
a girls1 club with Miss Delia I'hllllppl
Small Boy Lost
A six year old boy wearing a red
cup and long coat was reported lost to
A. A. Robert chief of police this
morning. He disappeared from 109
Water street early In the day. Like
the traditional small boy run-away tn
chief says he has red hair and a
Do You Select Your Meat
and Groceries in Person?
If not, do it occasionally,' anyway. Not that
you witt get any better Meat or Groceries by doing
We fill phone or messenger orders as faithful
ly as if you stood by while we put them up.
But a personal visit will acquaint you with the
t... new thinr in table dainties which otherwise you .
pre might not know about come in. and as one of the
"We will how you how a firt class '
Market is run."
YOURS FOR MERIT
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
fixe f rockjuk8 and meats
Girl Run Away
Milton authorities reported to A. A
Roberts chief of police that two girls
age 14 and 15 respectively had been
captured at that city. The girls had
left Pendleton some days ago. A
mother of one of the girl happened
to be working In Milton and captured
her daughter as she was boarding the
train. It was requested mat the names
might be withheld.
BUY A BARREL OF
FEBl liLETO V8 IKAIU(J TORE
BUY A BARREL OF
Now Is the Time to Begin Planning New Curtains
for the whole house or any certain room. Our assortment of Cretonnes and Draperies is amply suitable for
all jour requireSts. We'll be gla4 to show you and help plan. We can make them up for you at a nomi-k
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IX'ntfet Will Organize
The dentists of La Grande have writ
ten Dr. L. D. Idleman Inviting Pendle
ton dentists to come to La Grande on
Feb. 12 for a meeting the purpose oil
which Is to disseminate education, es
tablish a dentists' organization, anal
Institute clinics In Eastern Oregon.
The new body will be known as the!
Pastern Oregon Dentists' association.
Dr. Idleman said five local tooth pul
lers has signed up to make the trip.
Xataiorium Attracts Atntlon
Pendleton's $11,000 natutorlum I
seema to have attracted national' at
tention from the smaller, towns, ac
cording to C. K. CranBton, secretary of
the commercial association. "We have
sent the plans on which the structure
was built to so many different places
that they are almost worn, out said
Mr. Cranston. 'The latest call na
come from Heppner. Our neighbors
fclsh data on the cost, size and plans
50c to $3.00
In answer to Inquiry Mayor G. .
Hartman has received a letter from
George Garrett manager of La Grande!
describing that city a experience wim
contagious hospitals. Garrett says
'ihmr have a nest house but that K la
'at present In poor condition and ver
few Demons are sent there. The man-1
ager states that the city fathers ar
considering the building of a new hos-
'pltal for the care of contagious diseases
!fcr areat need of such a structure Is
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2 Starting Monday
We are going to sell our entire stock of Dolls,
Doll Heads, Teddy "Bears, Strolling Bears and
Dogs at just
David Nelson Elected
David Nelson was chosen as presi
dent of the NorthweBt Grain and Hay
Show", recently incorporated for $5,000,
at a meeting of the directors today. L.
Is. Rogers is vice-president, Fred Ben-
nion. county agent, secretary and L. C.
Bcharpf, tree surer These officers,
with James Bturais. constitute the
board of directors, empowered to In
crease the board to 25 members resid
ing in the Northwest. Stock in the
corporation Is to be sold at 1 10 a share.
The show will take place during the
Round-Up week of 1921.
The BEE HIVE
' . SOCIETY
vn Pay Cash Pendleton' Variety Store Save Cash
MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE
iMaddin Cooking -Ware
it CARRIED IN BOTH ALUMINUM AND WHITE
et"", ' ENAMELED STEEL . '
pi 'Universal Stoves &Fumaces hLr
MISS WADE HONORED.
The sixteenth birthday of Miss Wll
ma Wade was celebrated last night
when a group of friends called, as a
surprise, at her home On West Webb
DELPHIAN CLUB MEETS.
A meeting of the Delphian Club was
held yesterday at the . home of Mrs.
David Nelson. A paper read by Mrs.
Lyman Rice, had for its theme,
"Chivalry," and Mrs. V. h. Ingram
read a paper on "Khlghtly Contest and
Tournament." Carl Nelson played
piano solo. Following the program
refreshments were served by the hos
tess. Brilliant red carnations . lent
their charm as a aecoration for the
rooms of the Nelson home.
RECITAL 18 SCHEDULED.
An Interesting musical event sched
uled for next week is a recital to be
given Monday evening by about two
dozen piano students of Jrs. Charles
Heara. me airair is to isks piace in
the Presbyterian church and it Is to
be complimentary to the public.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. (A. P.)
Senator Johnson of California, issued
a statement today criticising the re
ported agreement between Ambassa
dor Shirehara and Ambassador Morris
regarding the status of Japanese in
America. "When stripped of diplo
matic camouflage" Johnson said, re
liable Information he had was that the
agreement provided for repeal of Cal
lfornla's anti-alien land law. . A new
"gentlemen's agreement," for the ex
clusion of Japanese, which "does not
exclude," was also proposed, Johnson
Aimoyetl nt Secrecy.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. (IT. P.)
The agreement between Ambassador
Morris and Ambassador Shldebara, of
Japan, has created a situation that is
intolerable," and that will be resist
ed in every legitimate way by the
people of California, Senator John
son toauy declared, wnue jonnson
was attacking the proposal, Secretary
Colby was conferring with President
Wilson at, the white house probably
over the Morrts-Shidehara agree
.InhnBAn riwInrpH thA ncreement
abroad destroys the California alien
land low and gives Japan just what it
wants In the controversy over Japa
nese rights In that state.
Asked to comment on Johnson's
statement. Colby said that although he i
believed Johnson was sincere, the
senator was "proceeding on a number j
of erroneous assumptions'
Johnson and other western ienu-j
; ' Cretonnes
a ,roori assortment of hiffh rrrade creton
nes, chintz and printed cloths;for curtains, side
Ann and covers. Patterns of all kinds and colors
nf floral natterns. birds, stripes, etc. Buy
now Yard ......'........'
25c to $3.50
Bear Brand Yarns
Best quality yarn, a
pleasure to work with.
fiprmantown. ball. . 40c
Shetland Floss, ball. 35c
Art Wool, yard. . . . 50c
Saxony, ball ...... 35c
SPECIAL LOT SILKOLINE, 15c YARD.
' S3IALL SKEINS YARN, 10c SKEIN
All colors and kinds,
FANCY SOCK YARN, 85c SKEIN.
; Knit a pair of hose or sox of this fine yarn, it s
heather mixture. ;
ONE LOT LACE CURTAINS $1.00 PAIR.
35c to $3.50
OPEN STOCK STAMPED GOODS 50c TO, $2.50 .
Colored Madras Curtain Goods
in colors of rose, blue, mulberry and green. Splend-
id for side drapes, yard 75c to $3.50
in light and dark color combinations; 36 inches wide.
The yard ............. . , ; 65c to 85c
SPECIAL LOT STAMPED VESTS 59c ,
About 12 of these fine silk finished vests, made up
and stamped, regular price is $1.00 each. Special
HIT ft fW
Tfi-TTT--siTTfl '"" "' ' " ' ' '" " fcr m itf ii StT
All kinds, white, ecru and natural shades for
table runners and center .pieces. Economically
priced. " t ,
Silk Crochet, all colors, the spool , 75c
Glossilla Rope, finest quality thread to use for fancy
embroidery. 'Skein 8c
Royal Floss, skein ; 8c
Bucilla Perle Thread, all colors .... ... 20c and 35c
Plain and Figured Nets and Scrim. Yard 50c to $2.50
6 Strand Emb. Thread, boil proof, skein 4c
Emb. Hoop, all sizes, best quality, pair . 20c
Bucilla Crochet, boil proof, the spool. 15c
Our Art Dept. is complete in every detail.
Whether you want draperies, fancy goods, art
and needle wwk. New things, are constantly
coming in so visit this department often.
tors keenly interested In the Jap
anese question are annoyed by the
secrecy which tne state aepanmcm
maintains concerning the negotia
tions. As in the past, so in tnis case,
the first official news will probably
com from Tokio, Johnson predicted.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department;
Aids Brakes In Working
A new automobile accessory auto
matically compensates for worn brake
linings by shortening the throw of the
brake rods. .
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FUUNlTURKor sale Phone 891-W.
WANTED TO LEASE Nine or ten
room house on North Side. Must
have four bedrooms. R. D. Sayres.
Vltli PAY 12000 FOR BMAM. i
HOME. IXQITRE BY MA II BOX
B wish to announce to those
who use Carbon Paper and
Typewriter ribbon, that we
carry the celebrated Carrib Goods and
are prepared to furnish you with any
thing in that line nt any time.
Intrrrtutc Carbon & Kiblmn Co.
P. O. Box 746. 120 W. Court St.
Two of the most homelike hotels
n Portland located In the heart ot
th shopping and theater district
All Oregon Elecrlc trains stop at
the SEWARD HOTKX the House of
Cheer, Excellent dining room In
connection. THIS HOTKIi COR.
NEIUl'S, the House of Vekme. Is
only two short blocks from the Se
ward. Our brown busses meet all
trains. Bates I I.SO and up.
W .C CIXBKRTSON. Prop.
Commencing Sunday, January 30
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