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DAILY EAST OREGONIAJT. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1921.
WHA T PENDLETON GRADE
SCHOOLS ARE DOING
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MXCttf ,X SCIKKlIi !
The hiKiimers nr doing nicely In
their work. l.itla Knibysk i recisterej
it Virwt A. Four giiis and two hoys in
First P, Rfiil others, sro eM'cvtcd to
i n'.'T li rltis next work.
Dorothy J.-k was among the ftm
Krede popil promoted to tlie third
tirade lat work. Thrmigh nil error,
rer r.ame was omitted in Ins: week':
lift, pi spite of nhstMioe because of
t'tknoH.",' Dorothy succeeded in doing
the wrmiii trade work in half a yenr
nml was promoted with hlsh standing
In the thinl (trade nt the beginning of
the new semester.
Thiity nln-i pupils arc now enrolled
In tli second gmde room. These pu
pils are working in three divisions.
Mm. Idlcniaii and Mis. linker aro s
a'si'tiK Mint Maxwell in the work.
Many fhiMron are absent because of
filncss, from Hie third tirade.
The f.inrth grade won the neatness
pennant this month. They are worK
Ing hard at lone division,
.'.he fifth grade has five of its mem
lr absent on account of sickness,
MarJ rie Richardson, Ignore Oreo lick.
The "slate IcgisttKurc" In tho civics.
class of the fifth grade is doing sonic i
very earnest work in making gooo ;
laws. , j
"Almost everyone in the grade was
anxious to be in the "l atent of III I
Pilgrims'' which is to ho given soon I
i itit as so many character were not
needed some had to be left out. The
class la working for l"alme. Method !
progress pins in writing. ,
The following took part In the .
Parcnt-Teucher's meeting Friday aft-!
tnoon. H lirietha Rosenoero, Barbara
l.ieuallrn, Nita Gorh.tm, Vivian Win - j
tier, Olives Leedy and Hobble Miller, j
A new pupil, Minne Welch, has been
admitted to the sixth grade.
Seventh and eighth grade pupils are
taking great interest in the "Pagent of
the Pilgrims," which U to be given
Kiirhth grade pupils arenow study-
inn the lite of Lincoln. I
The eighth tirade pupils ltnvc sUi.
kept the Parent-Teacher's pennant and
hope to keep it for the rest of the year.
UK1AH FOLK CALLED BY
i GOSPEL MEETINGS AT
OREGON THEATRE ARE
INTERESTING TO MANY
A good sized crowd greeted Kev.
Plotting in the opening services of the
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UK I AH, Jan. 31. Mrs. J. H. Mcttie
v.i.s called to Portland Saturday on
en unt of the serious illness of her
KFier. Miss Snrah Mossie. '
' Bert Ijertgerwood and Mrs. I'haen
ile'tie were called to Butter Creek
Monday nlsht on account of the. ser
ious iMr.ess of their faihoj S.im Lei
gorwood. Lmren . who has been' absent
fr m school fur the last Week, on ac
count of illness is convalescing."
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin received
word from their son Abe Martin eli
ing tbem of the death 'of an infant
bahv which died at its birth.
Fayette Mettis made a trip to Pen
dleton List week business,
enre Ness, left for Pendleton Wed
nesday on business. ,
J. P. IlarnalK reprcsemlnc a fmuric
hwise in Portland whs in town 'Sties
day and Wi'dnrxduv nipht s;lkitlng
fates for pinnirs, player pianos.. an
Mr. and Mrs. Will
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REV. BONA FLEMING
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You are now able to buy merchandise at.the jew 191 costs.whiclare just as low and very probably
lower than they will be later. Much of our nierehand9 if new in thisfpre, but every article, whether.it
be from our regular stocks or of recent purchases is based toivthe Jalpt quotations. , WE CAN NOX DE
SCRIBE HERE 'ALL THE PRICE ADVAiyTAGE visit our store arid
shop to appreciate them. , i VK 'iK Ut rKIU s.-
" PENDlXiaNS CJCEAIEST DE?ATiHENT SffteZ" "
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E&m?m WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE "
Hinton wnd jgosppi meetings' being held in tho Ore-
dauchter Violet are guests at the L Kmn, theater. The singing by Trof.
h"tel. ' -i SIKuik and wife was of the best and
Walker Kills" and Jojm Loronz were Vf,ry much njoycd by the- people,
ttisine"?.. visitors in Pkiah Thursday", j j.angelist Fleminir spoke for about 4.i
Mr. and Mrs. James Mossie returned minutes on ..js Thv Heart. Right?"
from Pendleton Tuesday. i Tle discourse was a timely one thai
Kd P-atiks. postmaster and merchant j ls n,ch Re(?fed today. liev. Harding
of Hitter.' vanned through' Vkiah last; , ...
Thursday, enroute to Freewater. to be I
at .the bedside of his tn Harold who
is ill with nn'.imnnia.
The surve ora having
survey of camas Creek
(lav fir.T'eHfljitTin. -
Earl and Clark Martin, left Wed
nesday in their truck for Pilot Rock
for a loaH of freight.
J. H. Constants Is ebendinc the week
in Pendleton with Mrs. Constants who
1 there taking treatment. .
Phil Porchty of Gurdane was found
dead in his cabin a few days ago.
C. I.ren J. H. Mettle, C. B.furdi
vnnt, Leonard Simpson and H. Hale,
verein town Monday.
Mrs. Marv Peterson and Mrs. Will
Hinton left Wednesday for Pendleton
on a business trip.
AJ Kotlineier of Albee. was a
ness rtsltor in Fkiah Monday.
' Pain fell at intervals all day Thurs
day and the stow is getting very thin,
there being only four or five inches,
while stockmen report three feet of
unow in the Five Mile country.
STORM BREWS iN HOUSE
AT HiNT OF CLHTING
ill TO 150,000 ME
NEW SENATE CHAPLAIN ill 'Q Pilfli? PI fiPP Tfl W
Wilson Remains Mum on Atti
tude While Congressman
Says Harding Favors the
Low Figure, Members to
Fight on Floor.
REV. U. E. HARDING
JOSEPHUS MUST REVOKrT
1 .WASHIXGTOX, Jam. 31. (A. P.)
Secretary Iianiels was ordered by Jus
tice Siddona in the District of Colum
bia supreme court today Mi revoke an;
oruer iwucu m , - -,
ing Lieutenant-Commander George A.
Berry-, former officer in the, -naval
reserve, on the inactive lisf. Tie
naval Becretary also was ordered to
permit Commander Berry to appear
before a naval retirement board to
present his claim that he was injured
in line of duty and therefore was en
titled, to retirement on the same basis
and with the same pay as officers of
the regular serfice.
The court's rulinsr was the first in
a series of cases, said to number about
(,((" and tr involve similar questions.
will speak tonight. There will be
special singing at each service.
These services are free to the pub
lie . Are not sectarian but are fol
the good of the city in general.
A cordial welcome is extended by
the workers to every .one. Come an
bririff your friends and neighbors,
Every evening at 7:30.
UI80R UNIONS 11.
VOTE ON WAGE PLAN
'Your business collepe for
ladies seems to be all riKht."
"It is all right."
"Do you give the girls a good, prac
tical business training?"
"In reply to that question I can only
say that 60 per cent of our graduates
marry thenr employers the first year."
WASHINGTON', Jan. 3L (A. P.)-
Officials of labor uniens today order.
ed a general referendum on a proposa
or the Atlantic Coast Shipbuilders As.
snclatlon and the Bethlehem Shipping
v. orjioration that witKes tie reduced 1
per cent as an initial move in a pro
gram to cut production on the coast.
SHOWS BIG REDUCTION
When the Children Cough,
Rub Mustcroie on Throats
I t'J'i'w.z how soon the srrr?to!9
nay dovticp into croup, or worse. And
tiien's w!:ii you're fciid you have a
jar tif llu: tc: de at hd tn gia
prompt, st;re r?:iof . it does net bii t.r.
At fort aitl'and a cerain ret'dv,
H nsteroia is exosiieit Tho'isanris o
inorners lt-iow it. 3U thouiu Ict'j a
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It it t ie rr.nwiy ( r adults, t . Ke
I it t t i t, Lr mi-1- ins, ti-
t nu sia nttn, asUana, neurata'i,
Im.ta-.i e. rcn-- v.kx plrutisy. rii'ju
i:.."t. ta. hU4'ba.-i p.::;is t,vl zcIks of
l. i ! cr ji.:-rn. t3r::in et-re ruisrlf
t i -1 i t at u u 1 1 c t ' j
C .-x It rf'cn rrevfi2 pneumonia).
; b.c jirs; bespit:! tize j.u3
WASHINGTON', Jan. 81. ('. P.
With a reduction in the war depart.
mont estimates of more than $iS9,
(iWi.iiUO the army appropriation bll
!irrying a total .of more than J331
loiKi.iifK) was reported to tho house by
the appropriations committee. The
appropriation is based on an army of
150,oiii men, exclusive of Phili)fn
scouts or flying cadets. The hil
shows a reduction of about $64,000,
(Mift compared with current year appropriations.
RATES 01 WOOL AND
PAX rHAN'CJKCO, Jan. 81. (A.
P. )V.t;iucf-'tl tariffs tor aitipptlig ol
shinwl.s and wool from the Pacific
coast to astern points, to gtimulatt
liuying is publirbiril by the inter cost
al late conference.
PICKS rH-.TI-TTIVK'H PtX'KITS
NI.W YOI'.K. Jan. SL Harry
Itrown. if be evt-r gties ba-k to hi
trade, will look at faces as well a
hulking pockets. He didn't recognize
a detective wliose pockets he tried to
WASHINGTON', Jan. 31. Storm
warnings w ere up in. the house today
over proposals of the appropriations
committee to cut the regular army
down to 150,000 men.
The appropriation bill making pro
vision for that number was reported
by Chairman Anthony of an appro
priations sub-committee, but it was
indicated that republican, members of
the military committee planned to
fight it out on the floor.
I'nwiU ng to Itcdticc.
P?veral momhers asserted their un
willingness to accept reduction below
the 175,000 figure fixed by house and
senate recently In a resolution which
reached the white house today for
conMderation of the president.
Under the resolution, which directs
recruiting be stopped until the present
enlisted strength of more than 200,000
gets down, to 175,000, the army would
not reach the lower strength ' before
next September. The proposed cut to
150,000, however, would presumably
leave the war department without
funds or authority to maintain a force
in excess of that number after June. 30.
. There was speculation among army
officials today as to wJiat action
President Wilson would take on the
175,000 resolution. No indication had
been seen aa to the attitude of Mr.
Wilson. Chairman Kahn of the mili
tary committee vid he believed it
vould be a mistake to cut the army
)elow 175,000 at this time.
In reference to representative An
hony's statement yesterday that Pres-'dent-elect
Harding favors the 150,000
figure. Representative Kahn said that
In his conference at Marion he got
the impression that Mr. Harding re
garded that step as advisable "ulti
mately" but not at once.
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Mtfiivyti lKUUiiiwiHl : M4t 4hAiHf wunf
ipnit tuaUy ho uppuHiunn tj It,
j The eonnultiw-fl fouiut, K falil, that
j maternal nil Infant mortnlity in the
iL'niteU Statoa wub not drcrotiHhiK, sta
j tistioa before jt showing; a 15 per cont
I increas In ilea t lis from child birth
. HAVE PRECARi UUU I IHlL dying from preventable ailments at
. , .(. , tho ra1 of 250,000 a year', t heir-port
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' ... . . t ' tn rura' Section studied, 11 was
HOUSe Committee Wakes Ke- ) ascertained," the report added, "that
nnr-t on P.H1 tn Imirntiriiitii !" I""- eent o: mothers receive no ad-
r rv v .Icr. or trained
$1,480,000 for Safeguard
ing Health of Infants and
I care preceding the bin :
WASHINGTON. Jan. 31. -(A. r.
Motherhood Is safer in any of 17 for
eign countries than in the United
States and babies in 10 other countries
have a better chance of living through
their first year, according to the house
commerce comlttec's report lodav on
j the Rheppard-Towner bill to appropri
ate J 1,4 81,000 for safesuardiiV the
hei'th of metiers and hahir.v.
REV J. J. Ml'IH
Rev J J Mulr O U.. pastor ut
Temple Baptist Church, at Wash
ingtoa ?;as ceen elected cha;ilaiti
o( the United States Senate to
succeed Rev F J Prettyman. re
signed. Tie position ."nyij $JS!0C
'WILL RETURN VHEN
HONEST MEN HEAD U. S.'
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PHILADKLCHLA. Jan, 31. fA. p.)
William M. Princs was. acquitted to
day of the charge .of killing Klmer C.
Drenes. The University i,t Pennsvl
vani sonhomore was freed on the
ground that insufficient evidence had
oeen submitted to connect , him with
me jjartmouth college senior's d,
PERUN, Jan. 31. (IT. P.) Grover
Bergdoll, the American draft dodger,
and his chauffeur, Isaac Stecher, who
recently fled from the United .States,
is led the following statement:
"We intend to return to America if
America needs us. when again there
are honest men at the head of the Am.
M AKIHXG K.M)S TlilP.
MIAMI, Fia., Jan. 31. (A. P.)
The houseboat Victoria on which President-elect
Harding is cruising, down
tho Florida coast, tied up last night
at Fort Lauderdale, about 30 miles
above here, and is expected to com
plete her southward voyage to this
Miami Is the southern most point on
tho Victoria's schedule but after a
short stop here, Mr. Harding will
transfer to a faster boat for a trip to
a nsning ground to the southwest. It
iu remain there in virtual seclusion
for several days before hoid
mui u cruise to m. AUfftifttine.
The report classed the hill ns emer- the evidence.
CINCINNATI. Jan. 31. (!'. P.)
The Good Citizenship league has
asked Mayor Galvln to drop certain
or his dry agents because they drink
WAHHINCITiW, Jim. 31, (A, P.)
The-subcommittee framing a report
on the selection of naval bane sites on
mo racmc coast again laiii o ro reacn
an'agreement wid adjourned reday
until Monday, t The Rolectlon of Ala
meda as the site for the main fleet
base Is In controversy dvpslto the fact
that the full committee voted In fa
for of that site recently, i
If the leadlock over Alameda con
tiiiiies Monday the Joint committee
will probably submit recommenda
tions for the location of aviation, sub
marine and other Pacific coast basea,
and ask further time to deride on tho
Han Francisco Bay alt. , ,
. Tx rnoniitalilc Illm In Two Parts
An Enitllsbman la the Inventor of
a demountable rim for automobile
wheel that is made In two parts, which
nre locked together with five bolta and
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Lucy IsaDcile Marsh
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Little Frances Whitehall of Kew York, loves ber pet. duck
more than ever. It copped first prize. In competitioa with dozens of
ducks at tie Madison Square PouU-ry Show in Hew York City,
45214 Deep In Tour Eyes
"nce Upon a Time
1S705 When You're Gone I Won't Forget
. There's a Vacant Chair at Home Sweet homo Charles Harrison
1 8709 I'm a Lonesome Little Raindrop Victor Roberts
For Every Boy Who's On the Ix-vel Roberts and Hnrmonlxers Qt.
18710 Proadwny Rose Henry Purr and Peerless Quartet
Mother's Lullab;' Sterling Trio
18711 Uncle Josh in a Cafeteria Cal Stewart
Uncle Josh and the Honey Rees Cal Stewart
18712 Oh Gee! Say Gee! You Ought to See My Go Geo
from tho Fiji Isle
My Homo Town Is a One Horse Town
', . . Roberts and Harmon Izers Qt.
: D.4XCB KIvCOIIDS
lS71.V-!Ith Street Rag Fok Trot All Star Trio
Dotty Dimples One-Step , All Star Trio
1871 1 Tip Top Medley Fox Trot . ' . ' Bis Brown Brothers
If a Wish Could Make It go Medley Fox Trot ,
" i ' Six Brown Rrothera
18713 If Ton Could Care Medley Waltz Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra
Happy One-Step ( Joseph C, Smith's Orchestra
18717 Margio Medley Fox Trot Orlglnul Dixieland
Palestocna-- Fox Trot . ' Jazz Band
35704 Just Snap Your Fngors at "Care Darling Medley Fox Trot
. i Whiteman and
Caresses Medley Fox Trot , His Orchestra:
18716 My Isle 6t Golden Dreams Waltz , s -
Blue and White Marimba Band
Let file rest of the World Go By Walta Ferrera and Fanchinl,
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87321 A Dream Knric? Caruso
7IA59 The Fountain Alfred Cnrtot
B190.1 Pnssepied . , . Mischa Hlman
87322 Si J'etais Jardlnicr Geraldino Ferrar
1020 Come,. Ye Disconsolate Mabel Garrison
64917 Kloilienne and Rigaudon Jascha, Heifetn
64924 Ive Nest . j?rita Kelaler -641125
'TIs An Irish Girl I Love and She's Just Like You
74661 Eighth Symphony in F Major Allegretto Scharnando '.
Size. List Pr.
. 64921 Spinning Song
74GH2 Romeo and Juliet-
7466.1 Borneo nml Juliet
64923 O Primavcra .
-Balcony Scene. Part I
-Balcony Seene.Pnrt II
, Ronao unelli
Hotel St. George Bld. ,