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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10,1921
News Notes of Pendleton
VAtmvAR or EVENTS
Feb. ll-rrendleton v, The
Lulles Basketball, The. Dalles.
Feb. 12. Pendleton vs. Hood
Stiver. Basketball, Hood River.
Feb, 12. Lincoln'! birthday.
Feb. 12. Pendleton vs. Milton
high school debate.
Feb. 14. Oregon Admission
Feb. 14-19 Prune week.
Feb. 14 Man meeting Her-
mlston women. ,
. Feb. 19. School principal
Feb. 19 Umatilla Rapids
Power Site meeting, Walla Wal-
Feb. 12. Washington' birth-
day, general holiday. . "
Feb. 2 Mass meeting Weston,
James Brown, charged with speed
ing, wan fined IS In police court thin
WHAT, IS THE SIN ftgalnBt the Holy
unoaiT Oregon tonight.
Jtmw h Will (;ive Pure Water.
Pure water rom a well maintained
by the Iloesch Bottling Worka i avail
able to any and all persona who desire
it, George Stanglor, manager of the lo
cal plant, announced today. Person
may have a drink of the filtered, pure
water by calling at the bottling works.
hundred dollars will be spent by Mr.
Bowman ut Pit Main street to mnke
additions to his building, while 11000
will be spent on the Peoples Ware
house it, remodeling the Interior of
Returns From Buying Trip.
Mrs. H. M. Hloan, proprietor of the
turned lust night from a buying trip
to Portland. She purchased her
spring millinery while there.
Indians Drunk, Fhied 20 Kacli.
Charley Bennett and Thomas John
son, Indians, were found guilty In po
lice court today of being drunk and
disorderly and fines of 120 were lev
led against each. Bennett was In po
lice court on Monday on a charge or
being drunk and way fined 610 at that
Store Buildings to Ho Altered.
Permits were ordered granted to W.
8. Bowman and the Dickson estate
last night by the fire committee of the
city council, to make alterations to
buildings within the fire limits. Five
P. T. A. To Meet '
The Parent Teacher Association
meeting of Hawthorne school will be
held tomorrow afternoon at the school
building. Several Important matters
are to be discussed.
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OUR SHIPMENT OF
Arrived Yesterday as Advertised.
Include a few cans of these with your order
at once and try them on your table. We are
sure you will want one or more dozen assorted
varieties as soon as you have tried them.
13 oz. Tins, 15c Each.
$1.65 Per Dozen.
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101" '
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
fine groceries and meats
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Typooritcs to Be Told of
"Hyprocrltes and Forsaking All" Is
the subject upon which Kvsngellirt
Mllo O. Bentley will speak at the Bap
tist church tonight. Hev. W. II. Cox
extends an invitation to the public to
come to the song service which begins
Maek tVickbuni In Hospital.
H. M. "Cack" Cockburn, of Milton,
formerly county commissioner, ' went
to St. Vincent's . hospital, Portland,
yesterday for an .operation according
to friends returning today from the
Rose City. Mr. Cockburn has been in
Portland several days In the hopes of
benefitting his health.
BUY A BARREL OP
PEJiETON'8 IEAM.NU "TORE
BUY A BARREL OF
THREE BIG SPEGIA
They are Timely- Take Advantage of Them They are Money Savers.
School Is Rucwh '
Twenty-one women attended the
I uresnmsKing scnuoi neia auring ine
past two days at Umatilla under the
direction of Mrs. Edith O. Van Deusen,
i home demonstration agent. Tomorrow
jstanfleld will adopt a community pro
i gram, Mrs. Van Deusen reports, and
Echo will do likewise on Saturday.
Will Write Scenario
' Ann Shannon Monroe, who Is well
; known here and who has written many
; stories of the Round-Up and of the
i Umnlilla Indians, Is to write a scenario
I which will have Portland for Its lo
cale, and which will be filmed by the
i Riser Studios, Inc. This picture will
; be followed by another Monroe scen
ario of the Boy Scouts, probably In
Glacier National Park.
They Are Here
Another shipment of 6000 Oranges at the Table
Supply at 20c per dozen. Get your order in early as
they will not last long. Our last shipment of 6000
was sold in one and one half days. Get in the rush.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY"
Phone 187 and 1SS 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
E. O. locates Will Bowman
A story published In the East Ore-
gonian a few days ago, asking for the
whereabouts of Will Bowman, who re
aided here during the civil war, today
brought a response from Mr. Bowman,
who now resides at Pilot Rock. A
person who was here a few days ago
seeking Information as to his where
abouts today was notified that Mr.
Bowman Is a resident of the nearby
Engineer to Visit Kprlnss.
Frank B. Hayea, water commission
engineer, rlans to go to the new
springs beyond Chaplish Springs,
headvrorks of the city water supply, on
Friday td take field notes. The new
spring will be developed and added to
the city water system so that In the
dry season there will be ample spring
water for all needs. No river water
wilt be used this year, the commission
MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE
Aladdin Cooking Ware
CARRIED IN" BOTH ALUMINUM AND WHITE
, ENAMELED STEEL
f P m f I N't: h
Universal Stoves &Fumaces .
Dislike Mud in Water.
Muddy drinking water, caused by
surface water getting Into the city's
water supply through air holes,' Is
bringing considerable complaint. The
water today had cleared of most of
the mud but yesterday It was very full
of silt In some localities. This condi
tion say persons familiar with the
water system, could be removed with
a slight omount of work. The mud
does not harm the water from a pur
ity standpoint but Is, nevertheless, not
relished, complainants say.
Tiro Echo EMtatm Appraised.
Appraisals In the estates of Am nan
Longwell and W. H. Smith, of Echo,
deceased, were filed with the county
clerk today. In the first an estate of
$1024 was found by R. B. Stanfield,
W. H. Crary and A. B. Thomson. In
the second the estate was valued by
T. H. Johnson, Elmer Spike and Tom
Able at $716.64. Smith was the man
shot by Deputy Sheriff Asa Thomson
last year while resisting arrest on a
charge of. threatening to kill Joe Ra
Here Is your opportunity to buy
SASSY' JANE DRESS at a big saving.
These drewws are well made. Modeled
In tiw very newest and becoming styles.
Tliey are made of tlic best quality Ging
hams and Crepe, attractively trimmed
for Mm street or house. Come early and
buy one or more. Special $5.5
HAND BAGS AND PURSES
ONE HALF PRICE
We only have a limited number
of these fine Hand Bags and Purs
es left so have decided to close out
ONE HALF PRICE
Come now and buy one of these
fine Umbrellas at One Half
TOKIO, Feb. 10. (A. P.) An echo
of tho reduced armament campaign
which is oarricd on by Yukio Ozakl,
former leader of the opposition party,
or the Kensei-Kal, is found in the deci
sion of Kokumlnto, or nationalist
party, to return the budget to the gov
ernment with the request that it re
consider and curtail appropriations for
Budget Would Raise Tax
The kokumlnto party declares that
approval of the budget would mean an
Increase of taxation In coming years
and charges that the inclusion of an
additional 160,000,000 yen for national
intense would be in violation of the
r!edge given the pervious diet and
also be tantamount to declvlng the na
tion. M is urged that the budget be
reframed on the basis of shorter army
service and for improvement In edu
Rev. Ilnrdbig Speaks.
Rev. Harding stirred the hearts of
the large audience in the Oregon the
ater last evening preaching on "When
Will Jesus Come?" He did not try to
leave the Inference or prove, that the
second coming of Christ was the most
important question, but. while show
lug that it was perhaps close at hand
he emphasized the one great need of
all men, that of being ready If He
should come. At the close of the ser
mon something like 46 or 60 people.
mostly men, came forward, manifest
lng a desire for spiritual help.
Evangelist Fleming will speak to
night on "What Is the Sin Against the
cigarettt. Flavor is
, gealedjn by toasting
bert and Kenneth Knight, Ray and
Roy Dempsey, and Ray Jordan. They
have been giving trouble both In
school and community for some
months. I-ost Saturday they were all
taken to Heppner before Judge Camp
bell in the Strader cose and the court
decided that the gang should be bro
ken up. One was paroled to rela
tives in Goble, Wash, one to relatives
in Boardman, and one was found
work at Echo. The two youngest are
to remain at home. A feature of the
sentence Is that all must continue in
school work. The boys are between
the ages of 14 and 16, all but one com
ing under the Juvenile court Jurisdic
tion. The oldest was assessed a fine
The Board man schools are not go
ing to wait -for Eastern Oregon arbor
day but will have tree planting ex
ercises in connection with the Lin
coln Day program next Friday. Lines
have been run along the east and
west property lines of the school
Kiounus wfiere the trees will be planted.-
Each grade In the school will
dedicate a tree. The Boardman ga
rage donates the use of a truck to
make a trip to Irrigon and Hermiston
to collect trees for planting. The dis
trict will deed to the townsite a 60 foot
street along the front of tbe school
At a rousing meeting of the com
mercial club last night a delegation
was appointed to go to Prosser for a
meeting with the Prosser community
club on Monday the 14th, to establish
co-operative relations in regard to
connecting Prosser and Boardman
with a road. J. C. Ballanger, Sam
Boardman, C. H. Dlllabaugh, A. L.
Larson, T. H. Weston and Charles
Barnes will make the trip. In dis
cussion of the present status of the
John Day irrigation district contro
versy, it was unanimously decided to
support the present board and the
present movement. -
in tills connection legislators are to
be informed of the stand of the Board
man people and it was decided to hold
the barbecue as planned with the ex
ception that the time will probably be
September and it will be called the
Hydro-electric-John Day Barbecue.
Committees were also appointed to or
ganize a cemetery and park associa
tion, to arrange for a camping place
for tourists, to get trees for planting
all through the community, an Inves
tigation of the present status of the
Farm Loan as applying to this dist
rict, and on Incorporation and water
supply lor Boardman. '
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Especially so now that the city water is rather,
muddy. Made by
WM. ROESCH BOTTLING WORKS
(East Oregonian Special)
BOARDMAN, Feb. 10. A gang of
five Irrigon boys have run afoul of
the law 'in an attack on one Frank
Strader, over some alleged trouble in
a horse deal. Those Involved are Dell-
COMISKEY 0. K. NOW
CHARLES A. COMISKEY
ST. AUGUSTINE. Fla. Chrle
V. Comiskey. owner of the Chicago
A'hlte Soz, is here recovering
.rom a nervous breakdown.
"I've gained IS pound since I
a me here a few weeks ago," the
Old Roman Aya. "I novar ta
better la my Ule." -
All Market, Fruit and
Clothes Baskets at
Tho Boo Hiiro
"More for Less"
- We are offering an extra
special sale of all of our box
ed stationery, values up to
Very Special at 3 So
Clean-Cut Merchandising Superiority
Our desire is to make this store the leading one of its kind in this section. We
realize it demands SUPERIORITY of merchandise, SUPERIORITY of price, SU
PERIORITY of service. You may depend on every transaction being conducted on a
basis leading to this commercial leadership and with this intention WE SOLICIT
One-Half Price on All
Bread and cake boxes,
you know the kind,
white enamel and alum
Our new shapes in
.buckram and wire hat
frames have arrived. Be
the early one to choose
from the unbroken assortment.
reduction in J & P Coats
2 for 25c
You can save money
by buying your notion
A PERSONAL WORD
With the cost of living of such vital interest to everyone and a seeming tend
ency for large financial gain being uppermost in the minds of many we take
this opportunity to assure our many customers of our intention to still adhere to
the policy of the MOST VALUE FOR THE LEAST MONEY. We hope that you
will appreciate this endeavor on our part as keenly as we appreciate your pat
ronage in response to such a policy.
THE BEE HIVE,