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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 12, 1S21.
News Notes of Pendleton f
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Will IVni-li Tunliclil.
"ClirlHt or Iiambbim" will bo the
thorn (or tonight' discourse by Mllo
Hentley, Baptist evangelist, ut tho
meetings vhlch are being helil In the
Haptlst church. The services will be
gin ut 7;3U p. m. and there 'will bo
whcin work for the summer will be
taken u. They plun to reside on the
ranch until full. '
IloldllMllH Going to Country
Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank tlolilman, who
have been Pending' the winter months
li ineir homo here, will leave tomor
row firr their wheat ranch at Hnldmnn meeting.
Sprints May olvo Million tin lions
Tho springs which the Pendleton
Water Commission plan to develop In
addition to, Chapllsh Bprlngs for the
summer water supply, were visited on
Trlduy tiy Frank 4B. Haves, engineer
for the commission. Jle made Hold
note and a, preliminary survey and
will renort to tho board at Its Jiext
In Mr. Hnysl opinion, ine
now mipply will furnish at leant 1,000.
DO0 gallonH of pure, mountain watcrXo
the city during the dry spell of the
Market Closed Today
iiecause today In Lincoln' births
duy, tho Chicago grain market Is clou
ed. No report wan received by Over
beck & Cooke, local brokeis.
BUY A BARREL OF
rENULETON'S LFAKI.NU TORE
BUY A BARREL OF
SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS.
OUR SALES FOR 1920
An Increase Over 1919
of over 8 13,000.00
Being an old established firm and not de
pending on "baits" and "'specials" and "would
be specials" to increase sales these figures cer
tainly show we are giving consumers REAL
VALUES in foods and service.
You Can Depend on "101"
Pendleton Cash Market', Inc.
FINE CKOCOUES AND MEATS
-loi 101 101 101 101 101 ioir-ioi 101 T
IMlot llot-L Couple l.iiimxil.
A marriage license wus Issued byl
the county clerk today to Alfred Ma
rlon WeHtgate, of I'ilot Hock and Minx I
Mury Alia Uoylcn, also of Pilot Hock.
Hoy KfOuU Mwt.
Twelve Uoy ScoutH took written ex
amination In scout work last night
under Itev. J. M. Corneltson. Not
Friday the scouts and Mr. Edith
Q. Vun Deuscn, scout mother, will go
to the high Hchool where the boys
under her direction will prepare a I
camp cookery supper.
A complete showing of black
silks of highest quality. A dress
of black is right in style this sea
son. Made up with ruffles of the
same with wide lace collars.
Come in and let us help you
plan the dress.
IK'IXlrH I'lTtllltH iMHUOtl
Thomas Fill Gerald, recorder, today
UMued to himself a permit to place i
new roof on a building owned by him
self and Mrs. Fit Gerald facing on
railroad street. The estimated coat of
tho work Is $40. He also Issued a per
mlt to E. K. Meers to erect a chicken
brooder houKe, to coat $2u, at K00
Went Webb Street.
Iluxtiirw Outlook tint Ilrlgbt
The business outlook at present In
declared ly J. J. Hamley, veteran snO
dlo man, as bright, Mr. Hamley said
today that every Indication points to
an Improvement In all lines of busl
t.ess. The Hamley factory, which has
operated for the pant two months on
a seven-hour day basis, with no cut In
lln working force, may noon get back
to the eight-hour working day, Mr.
Hamley intimated. ,
U. S. Inspected
The stamp of Uncle Sam carries weight wherever
it is,8een. There is n nation ,in the world that
guards the food of its people as does the U. S. for the
express purpose of assuring the buying public of
clean, sanitary meats, the U. S. government operates
a bureau of inspection in all up to date packing'
plants to see that the public health is protected and
that all beeves slaughtered come up to the standard.
When you buy your meats from the Table Supply
you can enjoy them, knowing that they are clean and
up to this standard.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY"
Phon 187 and 188 739 Main Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
lambing Highly SuikWuI
limbing which la under way In sev
eral of the sheep camps of thin count;.
Is vleldtii a high percentage of twins,
according to Mac Hoke, secretary for
the Cunningham Sheep Co. Mnaa
ground Is Interfering slightly with
operations here but the lambs are all
healthy and a record yield Is predict
ed. In Wallowa county shed lambing
underway despite the presence of snow
on the ground. The Falconer Interests
have 4000 lambs coming on In Wallowa
county ut present.
Rlvor Is Hooded
The Umatilla Ulver today Is still fit
a flood stage, due to the recent heavy
lalns. Wild Horse creek Is pouring in
n lars-e volume of mud and water and
the river is still a dark brown and Is
laden with considerable debris. Hall
road trains are not experiencing trou-
hie now, however, as the crest of the
flood here has passed. High water
is encroaching upon the liond ranch
nenr Yoakum and In the lowlands
along the I'matllla In the Echo vtcln
Ity, say reports from there.
MAKE COOKING A PLEASURE
Aladdin Cooking Ware
CARRIED IN BOTH ALUMINUM AND WHITE
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
An open meeting of the Pendleton
Central Labor Council, to hear ad
dresses by local leaders in the labor
field, will be held Wednesday evening.
February 16, in the Labor Temple at
7:30 o'clock. The meeting is intend
ed to be of an educational nature and
will be accompanied by entertainment.
P. T. RclU, building contractor, is
one of the speakers on the program
but his topic has not been announced.
Alex Manning, prominent in labor cir
cles, nnd also a builder, wiU take as his
topic "The Laborer." Handy- McLaln,
secretary of the council, will speak on
'Tulon Labor. ' Clem urst, contrac
tor and former service man, has cho
sen as his topic, -The American Le
glob nnd Labor." Mr. Wurst Is famil
iar with both organizations and takes
the stand that they have a world In
common and are working In the same
Tho pnmmllleo in charge of the
forthcoming meeting consists of Cnl
Wilson, Fred Alderman and Taul Ellis.
Black Taffeta...;.. $2.00, $2.50
Black Satin $2.00 to $3.50
Black Charmeuse $4.00
Black Georgette . . $2.00 to $3.50
50c to 75c Yd.
Pique needs no introduction, but
what you want to know how
pood is the quality.
We're offering the best of qual
ity at the old prices, jn wide and
Make up your wash dresses and
WHITE COTTON POPLIN
50c, 75c, 85c
The finest quality double faced
mercerized cotton poplin. Used
for so , many things, dresses,
skirts, blouses, trimmings, col
lars and cuffs, etc.
Baby Crib Blankets
93c to 31.75
Keep the baby warm by using
'these little blankets. They are
single and double faced with bun
iy and teddy bear, etc.
Special Prices on Women's
and Children's Winter
75c Quality 50c
85c Quality 69c
$1.00 Oualitv 79c
$1.25 Quality 98c .
$2.00 Quality $1.49
$2.25 Quality $1.85
$2.50 Quality $1 95
$3.00 Quality $2.35
$3.50 Quality $2.80
$4.00 Quality $3.15
$5.00 Quality '. .. $3.95
$6.00 Quality $4.80
$6.50 Quality $5.15
$7.50 Quality $5.95
$8.00 Quality $6.50
$8.50 Quality $6.50
WOOL FINISHED BLANKETS
Large Sizes Double Blankets
Plaids of- pink, blue, tan and
grey $5.50, $5.95, $6.93
Special For This Week
in mustard, spiced, or tomato
3 for 65c, per dozen $2 50.
Order "Early. Phones 525-526
Snow Ball Cove Brand Oysters,
3 for 83c
Per dozen $3.33
Sea-port Cove Oysters 3 for 50c
Per dozen $L93
Henrich's Ocean Minced Clams,
3 for ; .... 57c
Per Dozen $2.20
Underwood Domestic Sardines
in salad oil, 3 for 40c
Per dozen '. . . . . $1.53
Fine Selected Norwegian Mack
erel, each 25c
Darro-Line Red Chinook Salmon
3 for 55c
Per dozen $2.15
Select Codfish, 1 lb. package,
Curtis Tunt Fish, cans,
3 for J 93c
Per dozen ." $3.75
Carnation Milk, 3 for 43c
Per dozen $1.70
Per case (4 doz) $6.70
It will pav vou to watch our
1'ltOGRAM AT It!VEKSIIE.
Cooked food will be auctioned to
night at the Riverside school by the
Needle Craft club, and the following
program will be presented:
Paper -Mrs. J. J. Clilsholm
I'lano duet Mrs. Clayton Har-
gett, Miss Mary Douglas Chtsholm
Vocal solo. . . . Mrs. Henry Jacobson
Heading Mis. A. L. Hero
Vocal duet ' -Miss LI1-:
Pan Stevens. Mrs. George Wat hall
Pong Little Miss Velma English
Decorations for the building will be
suggestive of the day, Lincoln's birth
day. A number of novelty features
wiil be brought out ,ln the program.
four liquor men. Fines of J100 were
sissessed teainst Itedlinger and Linds-
Ipv nfti-r I heir entry of a plea of
guilty. They paid their money and a
frieind paid $18 on Max Gaunt's firte
after he had served one day in jail.
Gaunt was arrested with them and
convicted of vagrancy. He Is sa'd to
have been a buckaroo here at former
Kound-Cps and had friends here.
Earl Jenks, fourth man arrested by
the local police, is still In Jail in de
fault of J 150 in fines assessed for car
rying a concealed weapon and having
liquor In his possession.
WR1TK.S I P ORKXJOX.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON'. Eu
gene, Feb. 12. The Encyclopedia
Ilrlttanica has asked Professor F. G.
Toung, dean of the school of socio
logy, to write the section on Oregon
tor the eleventh ed lion now being
prepared. In this addition there wUi
be three additional volumes and all
contents will be revised and . brought
up to date. The section on t Oregon
will cover five or six pages.
10 CONVICT ONE TRIO
sriTKRING CHILDREN HKM'l.D.
KL'GENE, Feb. 1 2.-At a Univer
sity of Oregon student assembly held
last Thursday In Vlllard hall, 11123
was subscribed for the relief of suf
fering children overseas. This amount
was pledged by 611 students, making
the donations average more than two
dollars each. There were several In
dividual subscriptions running from
$10 to $25. The faculty also sub
scribed a largo amount.
Federal Prohibition Enforce
ment Officer Has Only Bro
ken Bottle, Not Attempting
to Confiscate Automobile.
MISS FARLEY HONORED
Miss Sybil Farley was honor guests
at a Kitchen Khower given by members
Ct tho Degree of Honor yesterday aft
ernoon at the P. C. Peterson home on
Perkins Avenue. Miss Farley received
many useful glfta. The afternoon was
spent In sewing and chatting. Dainty
refreshments were served. .
CAIiENUAU OP EVKftT
Feb. 12. Pendleton vs. Hood
River, Basketball, Hood River.
Feb. 12. Lincoln's birthday.
Feb. 12. Penleton vs. Milton
high school debate.
Feb. 14. Oregon Admission
Feb. H-19 Prune week.
Feb. 14 Mass meeting Her-
Feb. 1. School principals
Feb. 19 Umatilla Rapids
Power Site meeting, Walla Wal-
Feb.. 22. Washington's blrth-
day, general holiday.
Feb. ;i Mass meeting Weston
Relief thut the government has not
sufficient evidence with which to
prosecute Earl Redllnger, W. T. LI min
ify and Earl Jenks, arrested by Pen
dleton police Wednesday night for un
lawful possession of liquor, was ex
pressed today by Fred Currey, federal
prohibition enforcement officer, here
from Portland. He has only a bro
ken bottle containing what Is believ
ed to be liquor and is not attempting
to confiscate a, Chandler auto in
which two of the men were found
Hill Hart, -Albert Key, Jimmy Os
born, Maude Sampson and Ellen Com
poo, arrested by Deputy Sheriffs
Spears and Lyday Thursday morning j
in possession of BO gallons of whisky.
and the liuick auto in which they were
traveling, are to be held for the gov
ernment, however, Mr. Currey said
today. The fivo persons will be taken
before U, S. Commissioner S. A. New
berry on Monday for preliminary ex
amination. The car is held for the
government and will bo confiscated.
Fines of $200 each were assessed
gainst Hart and Key Friday after
noon by County Judge ScliAnnep. be
fore whom the quintet was taken. Os-1
born and the Indian women were i
fined $100 each. The women werel
the only ones who paid on the spot:
They were released from jail with or-1
ders to report to John llailey, Jr., and
will be taken before the commissioner i
on Monday. The auto belongs to Mrs.'
A list of names of local persons, to I
whom the liquor In the Hart car was
to be delivered, Is declared to have
fallen Into the hands of Mr. Currey.!
This and other evidence hus been dug1
up by the sheriff and his men.- Cap-'
turlng the car followed on all night)
vigil and a spirited chase In which j
Deputys Spears and Lyday out-ma- '
neuvered the alleged bootleggers
Thursday morning. '
Police court derived $21 S In fines ,
yesterday afternoon from three of its;
Bathroom, bedroom, every
room. Attach any where
to light circuit
J. L. VAUGHAN
aot E. Omit
Jorjtersona I papers
a? in our vauuiJ
t HE loss of personal papers oft
en entail embarrassment, and
at times great loss. Make cer
tain of their safety by renting a safe
deposit box in our strong vaults. The
cost is trilling.
All Market, Fruit and
Clothes Baskets at
Ttio Dog Hiiro
"More for Less"
" e are offering an extra
special sale of all of our box
ed stationery, values up. to
Very Sisxlal at 59o
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 notions
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 mind, 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.