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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, 1PENDLETON, OREGON, ' FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1021
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Afcm Ate of Pendleton
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
Fab, 4-6 Basketball, Pendle
ton va. Bakar -high school gym.
Feb. S. Umatilla Rapid
Power meeting;, Pendleton.
Feb. 6. American Legion
umoker Oregon theater.
Feb. 8. Anniversary of Phil
Feb. 12. Lincoln'! birthday.
Feb. H Oregon Admission
Feb. 22. Washington' birth
day, general holiday.
Jrnl Il priwiilutlvo Please
Two hundred Elk, last evening at
tended the meeting In honor of tho
presence here of District Deputy Orand
jf.xalted Kuler Francis Oalloway, of
The Dalle. They listened to an ad.
dres by him on- lodge issues for the
betterment of the order. Part exalted
rule were called to the chair during
the session and Initiation waa held for
the following: Rev. Alfred A. Lock-
wood, Rev. O. L. Clark, I'hllo II.
Hounds, Kenneth McHae, Elmer 8.
Ferguson and Ernest L. Crockatt. A
luncheon followed the lodge meeting.
Kdllor in Hoar of Pendleton.
Request for 250 Pendleton folders.
to be sent to the national convention
of the National Editorial Association
In Atlanta, Cla,, next month, waa re
ceived today by the Pendleton Com
mercial Association. The folder will
be eent there a part of an all-Oregon
exhibit which la being arranged by
Mm, Wlnnlo. Braden, mate exhibit
agent, at Portland.
I'.xiMTliiKtit Station Assisted
The aenata committee on agriculture
Iihh agreed on fund sufficient to in-
aura continued operation of the irri
gation experiment atatlon at Hermla
ton, a dispatch from Washington to
day inform. The exact amount of the
appropriation la to be determined In
consultation between Senator C. L. Me
Xary an Secretary F. Houston, of the
department of agriculture. Plana had
previously been made to clone the ex
periment atatlon there, along with oth-
Mild Cured Bacon
At a Real Saving to You.
We have a few hundred pounds of very line
mild cured, medium weight, bacon packed in
our own sanitary cooler and smoked just
right, (no coloring).
35c PER LB., while it lasts.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON 101' "
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
, 1-liONF.S 101
FIXE C'llOCUUJCS A.N'D MEATS
-loi loi loi ioi loi loi loi loi ioi T
era In the northweat, In a move toward
economy and the atatlon waa to have
been dlxcontlnued Jan. 1. ,
Iloxer Wire Challenge.
A challenge to the winner
Frankle Regan-Johnny Flak
.the American Legion smoker
row night waa wired today
matchmaker of the local nost hv Jack
Hone, a boxer In Crawford, Neb. Lltjle
la known here of Hose.
KianflHil Sends 15 More
Flve dollars collected In Ktnnfleld
for the relief of starving children In
Furope waa turned over to C. K.
Cranaton, treasurer of the Central
European Hellef, today. The money
waa brought here by J. D.'urcher, at
torney from the weat end town. The
flour for the relief haa been shipped
but aa yet final disposition of the fund
haa not been made.
Relief Worker Here
B. H. Jonea, field secretary for the
near east relief and also for the Chin
ese relief move ia here today In con
ciliation -with J. N. Hcott, county chair
man of the Near East relief committee.
The Oregon committee on Chinese re
lief la compoaed of E. B. Piper and A.
u Milla of Portland. There la a po.
HllJllity a luncheon matf soon be ar
ranged here to discuss the matter of a
drive for this county.-.
Boy Scouts To Meet
The local organization of Boy
Scout -will meit tonight at the coun
ty library, where the boys will take
scout examinations. Dr. It. ('. Ells
worth, scout doctor, will give "setting
up" exercises and firm aid instruction.
Mrs. Edith 0. Van Deusen, acout moth
er, la planning to take the boys to the
high school domestice science depart-'
ment In the near future to give In
struction In scout cookery.
Hlvci-Hlde to He Visited ,
Riverside school this afternoon la to
be told of the plans for Community
j Service in Pendleton. R. E. Tucker,
local organizer, wti! make the address;
upon Invitation from the Riverside
Parent Teacher Association. While
that community ia not a part of the
city of Pendleton, It is Interested In
the work being done here and may
find means of joining In a part of all
of the work, Mr. Tucker said.
We are offering the remaining stock of Otter Brand
Minced Clams at
3 FOR 65c .
12 FOR $2.50
CASE (48 CANS) $9.75
IlrooU field Sausage, 11) 4."c
Oyster Cocktails bi bottles. 20c
Sl.il. Prune, II lbs. for. $1.00
Bulk Dates, lb 30c,
Fancy Biulilnl Walnuts, lb. 45c
Country Ilotlc-r, 1 lbs. for. .; DOo
XXXX Brand Evaporated Milk for Cooking.
PER CAN 10c -
PER DOZEN ...t $1.10
CASE (4 DOZ.) ..." $4.40
Oregnn Prune Week Announced
Oregon la being asked to observe
prune week, from Feb. 14 to 19, in
clusive, aa a help to the growers of this
state in moving their crop of 1920. An
Oregon Prune Campaign Committee
hua been organized In Portland, with
Fred 8. Bynon, formerly a local attor
ney, as secretary. Notice of the week t
designation, and a plea for local co
operation, were received by the Pen
dleton Commercial Association today
from Mr. Bynon. i
Old Check Cashed Post Mortem.
A check for $5 Issued by Henry J.
Taylor on September 17, 1912, came
back for payment a few daye ago, aft
er B. F. Crawshaw, to . whom the
check waa Issued, had died in Port-1
land. Mr. Crawshaw had endorsed i
and misplaced the check several years
ago and it was found, presented and
paid by his widow. Mr. Taylor found,
by consulting his old jstufos, that the
check waa good and he met the payment.
BUY A BARREL OF
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BUY A BARREL OF
Saturday Is the Last Day
Going on Now
Boy's Suits and
Outfit the Boy Now
Going on Now
Men's Suits and
Buy Yours Now
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WcatlHT Will Dcrido Slioot
If Sunday's weather appears to be
favorable, the rabbit shoot planned by
the Pendleton Rod & C!un Club at
Snnd Hollow will be held. The dozen
shooters who met last night took a
look out of doors at tho flurry oi i
snow and the rain and decided that
they would withhold definite an
nouncement n to plana. The present
plan is to notify the prospective mem
bers of the shooting party tomorrow
evening at the lesion boxing match.
Meeting at Slanflcld Tonight
A stock feeders' meeting is to be
held in Ktanfteld tonight under the
auspices of the Farm Bureau, with
Robert Withy com be, head of the East
ern Oregon experiment station at
I'nioB, as chief speaker. Mr. Withy
combe will discuss the experiments in
relation to fattening and wintering of
beef cattle, sheep and hogs. Tomor
row a similar meeting Is to be held at
an nil-day sesaion in Hermiston, with
the I'matilla and Morrow county Farm
Bureaus and the Columbia Basin Al
falfa Growers co-operating. Mr.
Wlthycombe will speak at this time
also, at the Baptist church. The wive
of farmers are t6 bo entertained at a
matinee at the Hermiston moving pic
ture theatre, .with the Hermiston Com
mercial Club as hosta.
Miss Fwing Yialt
MiBs Katherine Ewing. of the North
west division of the Red Cross, is here
from Seattle today to confer with Miss
Virginia Todd, secretary OT the Red
Cross in this county.
Rainfall is .52
A steady rainfall yesterday resulted
in a total precipitation of .52 of an
inch, says Major Lee Moorhouse.
wenther observer. The maximum to
day is 44, the minimum 35 and the
barometer registers 29.35.
Miss Walsh In Warsaw
Miss Stasia Walsh. Red Cross nurse,
who is in WaVsaw, Poland, writes lo
cal friends that she is enjoying her
work very much. On Christmas day
she was hostess for a goose dinner in
honor of a group pf little Polish news
boys. The Red Cross also entertained
many of the children, and among oth
er amusements for the youngsters
popped corn, which proved a decided
novelty for the little foreigners.
"CASCARETS" FOR . .
Just think! A pleasant, harmless
Cascaret works while you sleep and
has your liver active, head clear, atom
ach sweet and bowels moving as regu
lar as a clock by morning. No griping
or inconvenience. 10, 25 or 50 cent
boxes. Children love this candy
MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE .
Aladdin Cooking Ware
' CARRIED IN BOTH ALUMINUM AND WHITE
ENAMELED STEEL ,
Universal Stoves &FumacQS
IHut Club Knters Tourney
The Pendleton Rod & Gun Club has
received notice that it haa been ac
cepted as a contestant In the weekly
trapshootlng league conducted by the
Spokesman Review. The towns of the
inland empire engage every Sunday in
telegraphic shoots, the scores of the
five highest guns being counted. The j
first shoot, it is expected, will be on
Sunday, Feb. 27; although actual dates
and other data have not been received
by C. G. Matlock, secretary of the club.
The tournaments continue through the
Kbrrhard Favors Wheat Rill
I Colon R. Eberhard, Joint senator
from Umatilla and Union counties,
favors the passage of senate bill No.
193, the wheat grading bill recently in
troduced as a measure of relief for the
farmers of eastern Oregon, he says in
a letter received this morning by the
Pendleton Commercial Association.
He is also willing to assist toward the
elimination of waste in the corlduct of
charitable Institutions throughout Ore
gon. he said. This mater was recently
endorsed by the local association, fol
lowing ft communication sent out by
the Astoria Chamber of Commerce,
Legislative Committee to Visit
The Joint committee on ways and
means, of the Oregon legislature, will
spend Saturday in Pendleton, visiting
the Eastern Oregon State Hospital
for a conference with lir. W. D. Mc-
Nary, superintendent, on the needs of
the institution for the coming bennium.
This committee has already visited the
university nnd agricultural college and
other institutions on the west side.
Senators Patterson, Korblnd and Upton
and Representatives Pierce and Hurd
are members of the committee. While
hero they will be guests at luncheon
In the Elks club, of President Roy W.
Rltner, of the state senate, who will be
home over the week end. A few local
businessmen will also be guests. The
egislatora .will be asked to attend the
Umatilla Rapids Power meeting and!
have also been extended an Invitation
to attend the American I.lon boxing
smoker in the Oregon theater at night.
Headaches from Slight Odds
GROVE'S Laxative RROMO QU1N- j
NH Tablets relieve the Headache bvl
curing the Cold. A tonic laxative and I
germ destroyer. The genuine bears I
VISIT OUR SALE OF
IN OUR WOMEN'S WEAR DEPARTMENT, SECOND FLOOR
Response to this sale yesterday and today has-been wonderful which just proves
that we are offering real, extraordinary values.
This sale is truly a privilege that no woman can afford to let slip by.
Not just a part not merely a portion but our entire stock of women's white wear
is reduced. ,
' Women's Combinations, Middies, Muslin Gowns, Petticoats, Corsets, Pajamas. Etc.
Every garment has individuality. ,
PENDLETWO GREATEST DEPARTMENT STORK
V-VWrq WHERE IT Evrs TO TOAOF I f
the signature of E. W. Grove. (Roj
sure you get BKOMO.) SOc, Adv.