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DAILY EAST 0EEC0NIA1I, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, FES&XMB 112, 1 021.
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE
.SHCOOLS ARE DOING
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People Here and There
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C. J. Parker, Heritor member of th
contracting firm of Parker & Bunfleltl,
of Portland, i a business ' visitor In
James R. Bowler, teller at the First
National Bank, left for La Grand taut
night to spend the week end 'vlsltln
at the home of his brother-in-law and
alsler, Mr. and Mrs, A. C, Hampton,
Frank Oursch, who recently accept
ed a position with the Sylvun U.
Colin Co., to travel In this territory,
will hwive en hl flret trip for the firm
Monday monilnir. Ho will oover the
Fniithenstern Washington district.
A .8. Boyd of Portland, la In Pen.
dletnn today on business.
W. X). Reader of Wenutchee, Wah,,
'' an early morning arrival In the
Anion; Pendleton Hotel guests to
day 1h Miss .Lottie Ward, from Walla
Will Tlrvant, of Walla Walla, la a
Pendleton v'"" nr. He la the Riiest of
Pullo Hounds and Jules Jacohson.
H. R. Inlow, city superintendent of
schools, nnd Auatln I.andreth prln-
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
WOMEN ARE THE GREATEST SPENDERS
, . IN THE WORLD
g To women,, the housewives of the land, falls
5 the duty of spending for the necessities of life,
H which in the end constitutes by far the greatest
P expenditures which are made. Because it is
O generally spent in small sums does not matter,
O it should be spent carefully. The ordinary
H housewife resizes this
Stores are of many kinds. Those which sac-
rifice Quality for price. Those who sacrifice on
o a few articles in the hope that the thrifty house- m
os wife will be snared on other articles of lower i
g quality and higher price. But all stores must O
ui make a profit j
5 The true economist has a regular trading 3
Z place which maintains standard values, she
3 knows she is getting her dollar's worth. When E
g another offer sacrifices, she accepts them. This
O is true household economy. Economy is our
name we maintain standard values. A dollar's C
jg worth for a dollar; . . . g
The Economy Grocery
PHONE FOUR -aNINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
clpnl of the hlh school Mt lasl
night for Portland. They win
tt7""u J ' Kt'te boir(l of con
trol for hlffh school' athhlo-ilu, In se
Ion In the metropolia today.
Howard fl. Bell, of Bpokane, arrived
this mornlnr on a buslneiw lrft to
Oeorge Roberts, owner of a goodly
portion of itleth, 1m In the city today
among the Saturday shoppers.
Dan W. Hhechan, an attorney from
allowa.Ore., was a business visitor
in Pendleton on Friday and left (or
his home today,
F. W. Falconer, owner of the Cun
ningham Bheep Co., ha gone to the
ranch beyond Pilot Hock to look nftr
lumblng operations there.
D. B. Watson, well known to the
democrats of the county and a resident
r morn HallBw, la down from his
noma toduy on business.
anas liessle Agnes Dwyer. who will
lecture tonight on "Yesterday and
j Today In the Philippines," at the li
brary auditorium under the auspices
01 me woman Club, attended the.
democratic nutlopaf convention as a
representative of some of the demo
crats In the Philippine Islands. Alias
Uwyer, who Is of southern birth. Was
admitted to the bar and later was em
ployed In the congressional library In
Washington, IJr C. Her services us a
llbrarlun were conuindeered by 'CJov
ornor Hmith and she went to Manila
where she was prominent In civic af
fairs. Khe was for 10 years vice
president of the Woman's Club, the
only American on the public welfare
board, and a member o.' the associat
ed charities board. I'pon her deals
Ion to leave the islunds, the Philippine
Jaime de Vcyra and Madarqc tie Vey
ra suggested that she lecture and show
the progress of the Islands 111 the post
1 11 years. Her work is under the aus
i pices of the commissioner ami of the
insular bureau at Washington. Miss
iliwyer's lectures arc always given
jhefore prominent clubs, before the
jrhamber of commerce, and the nlve.r
.sltirs. Hhe ha lectured In the prln
cilial cities nt Orcirnn sn,l WnMhfnir.
ton and also completed a California
Fear and Illusion
Many people hold a Dentist in perfect horror.
They look upon the most inoffensive instrument
as a synonym of misery. These people have
either been much abused in the past or they are
simply prejudiced. It is no longer necessary to
endure severe pain in order to give your teeth
proper attention. Painless dentistry is almost a
reality; it is only in very exceptional cases
where the fear 5f "pain need give you any worry.
Indeed, it in only where the teeth have been sad
ly neglected that there need be any pain-at all.
A little discomfort ncav is surely better than a
real "hurt" which will probably come if the
teeth are neglected long enough. Do it now,
for comfort's' sake.
Consultation FrevJj Given in all.
.. Htiul Dram-Jim
! l Team In Pendleton,
riione &0T Hours Taylor Hardware niilg.
Over t A. M. to ft P. M. I'ciKllctun, Ore.
The Hub ApMilnrniciitH to stilt yogi
Vauglian Kstnlei Appraised.
The estate of the late Minerva i.
Vaughun wan valued at f 920 In an In
ventory filed today wlih the country
clerk. The appraisers were A. M.
Juhnsnn, Sum Hutt and Charles Mays.
IJqnnr Mncs Paid.
Hill Hart, Albert Key and Jimmy
Osbi.rn, flneil yesterday by the county
court for unlawful possession of li
quor, were still In the county Jail this
afternoon, their fines, aggregating
S500, having been unpaid.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
The Royal Neighbors are .giving a
flox Social Tuesday evening at K:00
o'clock lit the Ragle Woodman hall
Program. Public. Invited.
WANTED Woman good cook The
Delta, apply at once.
FOK HUNT i housekeeping rooms
To the Retail Dealers of Oregon
THE success of your
business is dependent
upon the buying
power of your customers;
This is determined by! ein-
ploymeiit conditions, wliicli
in turn hinge upon whether
"or not there is a market for
You see, the buying of Ore
gon Products and ( the
, .strengthening of a market
K for Oregon-made goods is
epiite as important to you as
, to the consumer.' Wages in
1 heir Dockets mean
Feature Oregon Products in
yotrr store. Help to mini
mize unemployment in Ore-
BUY OREGON PRODUCTS
- IJncoln HcIkkiI
The first grade Is making posters ol
Thomas Edison and Abraham IJncoln
Mrs. Constance Isaacs, Mrs. Casper
Woodward and Mrs, fieorge Ktangier
were visitors during this week In the'
second grade room.
The second grade Is enjoying the
fragrance from a pot of beautiful hya
clntha presented by Mrs. George
Valentines great and small have In
vaded the second grade Valentine
box. The box will be opened on Mon
Nlm Eng. young Chinese boy, has
been promoted to the Second A claKS.
Jim cume from China lust year and Is
spending his first year In American
Ton children have been absent from
the third grade room this week.
The fourth grade won the neatness
pennant asain this month. .
Alzora Nelson, had the highest ave
rage In history and grammar last
month, her average In grammar be
Ine 99 2-5 and In history kg 1-2. Cor
don Kearie had an average of 98 2-3
in viclvs, and held the record for the
room'. William OrulliBhank, with VW,
had the highest average in arunmeuc.
Xuuv Meade, with an average of 99
5-11. for spelling and H5 2-3 in agflcul
ture, had the- highest average in the
Marlon Averlll, a former Lincoln
school pupil, has returned with her
parents from HimkanP and Is now en
rolled In the fifth grade.
(Jladvs Stanley returned tfl school
Thursday after a long absence, due to
Claudo Bart ley, who is to live in tne
country, left school Tuesday evening.
Mariorle Hlchardson, man oic-
Alllster and Dale Irwin are still on the
Hnwtliomo School ,
Th. first and wucond grades hod a
Joint exercise Friday morning In which
the first dmmiittzeu "i no jun-r
Goats' and the second, reciprocated
with "how Jack sougni nis ronum-.
Patriotic songs and poems were given
The first crude now has 4 5 pupiin
Some very artistic valentines jiave
been mude In tno an Classes ui
The fourth grade's invitations w-
,n.i. ,i in h oarcnts lor i arem-
Tenchers meeting were In the form of
vtUentines and were made during art
fho third gmde wan -.enwruu..
Friday morning, by theyfourth with a
dramatization of the story "Courage,
taken from th Merrill realer.
i The fifth grade gave their teacher a
surprise fruit shower Wednesday, it
being her birthday.
Under the direction of Miss Mabel
Johnson the fifth grade served re
freshments for the Parent Teacher As
sociation with mooting.
In keeping with Valentine week
George Male procured the heart of a
hog for tho fifth and sixth grade to
study in connection with their hygiene
The sixth grade had an Interesting
lesson'on eye testing which afierward
afforded an arithmetic lesson to de
termine the fractional part of all pu
pils whose eyes tested ax normal.
Tho boyg and girls of the eightn
rade secured from the various banks
of Pendleton blank checks, deposit
slips, notes, and draft to be used in
the arithmetic class while studying
Notes were filled out in full and
exchanged and pupiln required to-in.
dorse, go security for each other, fi
gure' Interest and recetfit the same.
Various discussions came up and good
results were obtained.
.Home of the seventh grade singers
favored tho eighth grade with a three
part song Friday morning.
An interesting debate wa carried
on by the civics class as to wneiner
America should act as mandatory to
the Armenians. The class decked 'n
Ruth Litchfield has' been absent
from school, for about two weeks be
cause of Illness.
The Washington nchool baseball
team haa been greatly Improved by
frequent practices on the field.
Harold Maxwell and Ernest Park
are new students in the fourth grade.
Harold comes from Joseph Oregon,
w hile Ernest is returning after an ex
tended visit in California.
George LaDow, of the fourth grade
and Louise LaDow. of the first grade
left this week to make their home lm
Madora McCutcheon left Tuesday
for Milton wh.ere she will enter the
The various grades have t.iken tip
their regular course of study after be
ing on Irregular routine for seme time.
Ralph Parks returned from Califor
nia this week to attend school in the
The eighth grade observed Lincoln's
birthday by giving accounts of his life.
Tyra Llrich returned to the eijrhth
grade Monday after a two weeks ab
sence. The boys have built a back stop n
the baseball grounds to prevent break
ing windows in the school building.
useful, enduring, beautiful silently
suggestive of the cozy warmth of per
fect hospitality; always appropriate for
"Sterling or Plate"
The Largest Diamond Dealers in
Walker IM-cree Entered.
A decree of divorce in the case of
liuby C. Walker vs. John T. Walker
was entered on Friday afternoon in
favor of the plaintiff. She is also giv
en the custody of their minor son,
James. ' . . ,
Petition fur Ptolsito Filed.
Petition was filed with the probate
court Friday oiternoon .-..."
of the will of the late Lucinda H. Hill.
who died In- Walla Walla. 1 ne uc
ceased left property in this county.
Dan P. Smythe asks to be named ad
ministrator. Foresters ' On Trips.
J C Kuhns, rmatllla national for
est supervisor. Is In Walla Walla on
business He will leave tomorrow for
Portland to attend the regional for
esters' meeting. R. A. Boucher, dep
uty supervisor, is in Tllot Rock at
tending a meeting of the cattle grow
Bill navwnrrl Married.
W U Havward, famous atretic j
trainer at University of Oregon, and
well known here, and Miss Bcrtlna j
Orton of this city were married quiet
,1v at Kelso. Wash., last Saturday, oc-
cording to announcement
Havward Thursday night. They will
make their home in Eugene.
FOR LINCOLN SHRINE;
Xcor Fast. W orkers to Come,
i" u p Irvine, editor Of the
! T.M,rnn'l. nnd J. J. Handsaker,
man for Oregon of the -?"mf
Kear Ea-t Relief, will be In Tendleton
Tuesday evening for two meetings.
Joseph X. Scott, local director, an
nounced today. They will speak at a
dinner at the Christian chncli at 6
o'clock and at n mass meeting m ii.e
I . frl.A nVillc Will
churcn at s o ciov. ,
be Invited to the mass meeting to hear
the appeal for the Armenians.
WASHINGTON. Fob. 12. (II. P.J
i Daniels cabled Admiml .Strauss, com-i
manding the Asiatic flew, ror a repu"
on the Tokio dispatcnea that five Am
erican sailors we.ro fired on In Vladi
vostok. Ono report said one sailor
THKATKF. COKTlX" $S(,(lrtO
(Continued trom pge 1.)
ASSOCIATEr) rxni'STIlIES OF OR1500N'
heiv yesterdav in coiiferenco with Mr.
'creulirh and Mr. Matlock. His firm
has built the Elks Temple. Security
Apartments, addition to tho Pendle
ton Mausoleum and tho Rank of
Echo building and Is In position to
begin work on tlio new project on
News that tho local men are to
build on their Main street property
was first made public several months
Ugo when a deal was made for the
transfer of tno propeny irmn .eorne
Slangier to Greulieh & Matlock.
j When notice was served on the tenants
three weeks ago to vacate uy .vinrcn
31 tlu Intentions of the company were
again surmised. Today's announce
ment, however. Is tli-3 first confirma
tion' that immediate construction is in
sight and plans are, Information.
Tne opening of a fourth theater In
Pendleton does not presage the
abandonment of any of the other
thren. It he managers declare. No
name has been rho.--en for the new
house and M' Matlock Intimated to
day that a popular contest may be the
means of chooslnr t name when the
j'houso U reaJy for dedication.
BY VACHEI, LINDSAY ,
(Author of "The Golden Book' of
(Written for. the United Press.)
SPRINGFIELD. 111., Feb. 12. As
Abraham Lincoln's , birthday rolls
'round again. It becomes Increasingly
apparent that the capital city of Illi
nois Is one of the world's secular
shrines, and a visit to Springfield is
more and more of a pilgrimage. The
time was when the visitor to "Lin
coln's city" was satisfied with a morn
ing's stay: a hasty glimpse of the res
idence and of the tomb at Oak Ridge.
John Drlnkwater, young English
poet, had shaken London with his play
of Lincoln. But he came to Spring
field before "Abraham IJncoln" was
staged on Broadway; before the ac
tors were chosen or any thing in re
gard to this play was definitely de
termined for the United States. It
was an act of pilgrimage indeed.
Drir.kwoter visited every old resident
known who had words to say of Lin
coln's times. He visited the Civil War
Flag Room In the state house. Drink
water took days enough to visit
inquire In regard to nil the minor
cites, the locations of Lincoln's old law
offices and the station where Lincoln
told the citizens of the city goodbye
and where h's famous farewell ad
dress is now set up in bronze.
Another pilgrim from England was
the author of the first British biogra
phy of IJncoln,' Lord Charnwood. His
coming was in wartime, so not singled
out, among the confused war events.
Nevertheless it was with the convic
tion of a pilgrim that he came to Lin
coln's city and took part In the ex
ercises of the Lincoln Centennial.
This is only one aspect of Lincoln's
city as a place of pilgrlmsce. rtists,
novelists, and the like are tnmlnsr tc
the town with increasing devotion
New Salera has been restored. Edgar
T,ee Masters, always haunted by the
heroic mould of Lincoln and the glory
of Lincoln's time shows the mood
--- ' ' his two new bonks.
Very recently, largelv thromrh the
instrumentality of H. P.. Rankin, the
L'ncoln biosrrapber and eld resident
of the'eitv from Lincoln's dnv n beau
tiful stone has been erected over the
rave of Anne Rntle-bre nenr Vters-hur-
henrintr for inscription. "e elo
oiienr words from Edgar Lee Masters'
"Spoon Uiver Anthology:" t
"Out of me unworthy and unknown,
Thn vibrations of deathless music:
With malice toward none, wilh char-
ily for all.
Out of me the forgiveness of millions
And the be'neflcient face of a Nation,
oi.i't with tustioe and truth.
I am Anno Rutlciise who sleeps be
neath these weeds,
Poloced In life of Abraham Lincoln.
Wedd-"" to him, not t'lronj-h union,
"- through separation.
Ploom forever. O Republic.
From the dust of my bosom."
So the Lincoln Pllsrimage is becom
ing a seven-dav meditation, cover'nt
, mediation, coverimr the
erave nt Petersburg the restored New
Snlem and the sites of Old Springfield.
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WITH YOUR MONTH'S SURPLUS CASH
We Would Say -
Invest in Groceries
Thirty dollars a raonth will go as far at this
Cash Grocery, or farther than forty elsewhere.
Try it and be convinced.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court
ill ren'lemen with incomes will be
nbio to tell Cnngres exactly the class
of Incomes thajt ought to be exempted
rrvri MSTW'TI M, KVllVPNCK
Those suear profiteers are evidently
disposing of their hoarded stocks to
en nd v manufacturers at the old
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