nw-v "WW -ywi sm tw-'i'-'' V f; -TEN PACES DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1921. PAGE TERES f ' -1111; . . ill Ilk 4 III News Notes of Pendleton CALENDAR OF EVENTS ' Feb. 83. X -Club banquet. Feb. 22 Locu W. C. T. U. Inntltuto honoring Frances Wll lurd s birthday. Feb. 22. Washington's birth day, general holiday. Feb. 28 Mass meeting Weston women. . Feb. 26. District convention .Oddfellow lodges of Umittllla and Morrow oountlcs iHoppner. . March '10, U, 12 Fourth An nual Pondloton Auto Know, Hup py Canyon. ' March 1C Last day1 for filing of Income tax reports for 1820 Knight Celebrated Hli-tlidar. lxiful Knights of 1'ythlas fittingly observed the anniversary of the found ing of the order with a special pro gram lust evening, Judge J. W, Ma loney, pant grand chancellor officiat ed as chairman. Speakers wore Judge 8. A. Iowcll and Kev, W. A. dress man, new pastor of the Christian church of I'endlcton, who spoke on the subject, of Chinese and Near East relief. During the evtfmng music was furnished by the Knights of Pythias orchestra. Lost Infant Child.' News was received hero today of tho death at AUicnu of the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe. The little one was born yesterday morning and died at 7;ll last evening. Mrs. .Monroe It a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. IA. Follett, formerly of Pendleton, and i sister of Tom Follett of the A merl in Exprens company force, here. Odd JVllows to IlrppiuT. Huveral score of Odd Fellows of this city and county will be at Heppner Friday evening and Haturdny of this week to take part In the district con vention to be held there by the lodges if Umatilla and Morrow counties. There has been discussion of a spe- iiil train out of Pendleton Friday morning to accommodate the delegates but thus far no arrangements for the special train 'have been completed. It was announced however, vy n. . IIU'lo. traveling nastwizer agent, that n aneclal 'chair car will bo attached to trnln No. 1 Friday morning and also " . i . irti on Mai.iimav Tnorninic. il feu. -101 101 101 Wl 101 101 101 101101 ! I George Washington Born ' Died 22 February , 20 December 1732 1799 Washington, our statesman who ascended to 'an eminence attained by few men in the history of nations, was a man of integrity and a firm believer in a Divine Leader. After one of his great military successes, lie wrote to a friend in Virginia : "The hand of Providence has been so conspicuous that he must be worse than an infidel that lacks faith, and more than, wicked that has not gratitude enough to acknowledge his obligations." Pendleton Cash Market, Inc. 301 E. Court Street ' -101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 v railroad eomimnv will urniuh a c!nl troin If so. revested. It is pos sible that a number of members will make the trip by auto provided road and weather conditions permit. laundry Ite-pulntwl. The Domestic Ijillrillrv ml Court street Is being renovated on the In terior. The walls have been painted white throughout the plant. No Wheat Market Today. '- liecause today Is Wushingtoh's birthday, the Chicago wheut murkct is closed and no report was received by the Over-buck & Cooke Co. brokerage office. ,1 Itlvcr Is Clearing. a The cold weather prevailing during the lust few days has caused the l'nm tilla river to drop rapidly and become more clear. The water Is now clearer than It bus been any time for io weeks. Falls In Pool. William Klrtlcy, formerly of this city lost his footing while doing car penter work t the University of Ore gon gymnasium recently and fell Into the swimming tank. He was unhurt by the accident. Takes New IVsiiloii Mr. and Mrs. Roliert Nagler, well known local musicians, will In future make their home In Yakima, where Mr. Nagler has accepted a position with Lcow's State Theatre In that city They will be missed from local musical and sociul circles as both are popular, Miss Nelson Honored. Miss Helen Nelson, a student at the University of Oregon, was among the four college women presented with a letter sweater by-the student body. Miss Nelson won the sweater for her work as a member of the Varsity swimming team. Hhe is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Nelson of this city. . Wheat l l Ids Wasli.-d. Iuige gullies have been waslicd In some of the wheat fields of the county as a rcHtilt of recent 'rains. It Is re ported that some of the fields north of Cayuse have been made to re semble some of the trench marked flolds of France. Taken the county over It Is not believed the loss will be of any consequence. e Brookfield Butter This is the finest quality Butter sold in Pendleton and is handled exclusively by The Table Supply. This Butter is guaranteed to be perfect and for conveni ence there is no better, as it comes quartered, thus no cutting into a hard, cold roll of butter. If you are not satisfied with the butter you are using at present, give this elegant butter a trial. You will use no other. ' . - "THE TABLE SUPPLY" Phone 187 and 183 739 Main Street CHA5. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR Proprietors U. S. INSPECTED MEATS Universal Coal and Wood Range BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE WHITE MKCUIN JrUSHCR MM MTEKTEOAOJUSTABU SUDIM OVW MMPEK MTIMTCD Uf T KEY RHt JOU0 CAST UfT END WIDE li SHALLOW FIXE SOX OMFTlPOKCt DEMovAsir tma mahs MACHINE FACED KGISTER' DAMPER SANITARY Ut lAli Ah1 " T xg &9 R pouiiforonAt ' WHITE fOUC oaon. -I II j 'I "I 2tRIBUTUMlVERSAU t0 DOOR iOHBINATION SMOKE t, CHECK DAMPER KEY PUTE TOP eACIPOKOAINUIIED PORCELAIN DOOR FRONT PORCELAIN FlUf UNINS EAVY ASBESTOS MILL ROARO HEAVY POllSHtO. STEEL BODY PORCELAIN OVEN 100R LININC PORCELAIN FLUE MTT0H CLEAN OUT DOOR" A FULL LINE OF COMBINATION RANGES BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD ft Universal Stoves &Fumaces "MS Poollrjmen Will Meet The newly formed Umatilla county cooperative poultry club will hold u meeting at the library auditorium on Thurwlay evening. This organization n as formed two weeks ago and Is non bald to have 17 members. It Is the de sire of the organisation to include all Poultry growers In the county and to further cooperative buying and selling. The officers of the club are Fred K. Schmidt, president r- Miles Fpargur, vice president and EJ. E. Meats, secre tary, treasurer. Use the Phones Grocery, Two Phones 523 Other Depts. , ' 78 and 79 n:iUl,ETON'8 LKADIMi TORJB Use the Phones Grocery, Two Phones 523 Other Dcpts. 78 and 79 Popular Wool Jersey $3.50 Yd. And it is just as stylish as ever this season for sport coats and suits. Because it wears, does not wrinkle, and . you can get it in shades you want. If you make a suit or coat of our jersey you'll get full value for the money. FLAXON, PLAIN COLORS, 50c YD. A complete assortment of fine flaxon for dresses and tailored blouses. Such shades as copen, navy, p-reen. mais. lavender, nile and the like. Launders beautifully and wears well NURSE STRIPE GINGHAMS, 25c Once more these fine nurse stripe ginghams are baqk to 25c yard. These come in blue and gray. Specially for house dresses and aprons. They laun der well and keep the color. INDIAN HEAD IN STOCK NOW All widths. Use it for aprons, lunch cloths, and the like. : 36 inch Indian Head '..t 35c 45 inch Indian Head . . '. .' 40c 54 inch Indian Head -50c Special Prices on WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S WINTER MUNSING WEAR 75c Quality 50c 85c Quality ........ 69c $1.00 Quality 79c $1.25 Quality .98c 51.50 Quality .... $L21 $2.00 Quality .... $149 2.25 Quality .... $1.83 $2.50 Quality .... $1.93 $3.00 Quality .... $2.33 $3.50 Quality .... $2.80 $4.00 Quality .... $3.15 $5.00 Quality .... $3.93 $6.00 Quality .... $4.80 . $6.50 Quality .... $3.15 $7.50 Quality .... $3.93 $8.00 Quality .... $6 50 $8.50 Quality .... $6.50 GROCERY DEPARTMENT Telephone 525 , " Holland Milchner Herring, in 10 lb. kegs $2.25 Holland Milchner Herring prepared ready to serve, per pt . . . 35c Badger State Swiss Cheese, per lb-. . 65c Badger State Cream Brick Cheese, per lb. .... . 60c Limberger Cheese, each . . 50c Imported Holland Edam Cheese, per each. . . . $4.00 Pimento Cheese, extra fine, our own, make, lb.. . 70c Dry Smoke Beef, perjxmnd 85c, Pasha Vey for cleaning rugs, carpets, upholstery ', etc., 2 lb. can .'. . , t) . . . . . . . . . . . ... . ... . .. $1.00; Local llojr Im KIglitcr. Delbert Dodger, who lived, in Pen dleton up to four years ago, attended Hawthorne school and was a paper seller fur the East Oregonlan, Is earn ing a reputation as an amateur boxer in California. Youg Dodger's fight ing name Is "Chick Koach" and he is scheduled for a bout with "Red Mul holland" toy the American Legion at Vallejo on March 9. During the win ter he was in several bouts In. Cali fornia and newspaper clipplgs telling of his record have been received by Robert McGce. Directors Arc Named. Directors for the Northwest Hay and Grain Phow, to be held here dur ing Round-Tp week this year, are James H. 8turgis, of this city; C. 11. Ingulls, of Dufur: Victor Smith, of Moro; M. O. Huldcn, of Heppner: J. S. McKcnnon. of Alice: C. E. Ilurling ame, of Wulla Walla; E. K. Wiley, of Ilroadvlcw, Idaho: C. V. Cardon, or Iiozeman, Mont una, and S. J. Culley, of Weston. The directors, with David Nelson, president; I I Rogers, vice president; I j. ,C. Seahrpf, , treasurer and Fred llennlon, secretary, will con stitute the executive board. Want. Washington Grnlu Kill It Is reported here that on the con clusion of the legislative session at .alem President Roy W. Ritner, of th stute senate, will visit the Washington legislature at Olympla for the purpose or urging that legislature to enact grain bill similar to the one Just passed oy tno Oregon legislature.- In Wash ington the gruln growers are said to he suffering under Identically the same conamons that prevail here due to the onierence between the federal grain grading standards and the exports gram teats, consequently it Is felt that the Washington legislature Imav enact legislation similar to Oregon when the facts are made clear. As fur as is known here tho farmers of Washington have not taken any action looking to a new grain bill at Olympia. Too Wet for Golfers. Owing to the Inclement weather a golf tournament planned for today was postponed. It Is understood the tournament will be held on Sunday. Prcclpllalfain In .05. The precipitation last night and to day was .05 inches, according to Ma jor Lee Moorhouse. weather observer. The maximum today is 42. the mini mum 24 and the barometer registers 29.95. SMEAR OFF TOBACCO Dr. Ellsworth Lectures.' Dr. P.. C. "KUsworJh gave the first of a series of six lectures to Boy Scouts of Pendleton, last night at the county library. His topic was "Sex Hygiene." Roys who took the flag tes-t are Dean Irwin. Norris Graham,. George Sura- mervllle, Allen Curden, Gordon Keen, Verne Dale, George M.-irkhum. Donald Swainbank and. Waldo Dcwilde. The scout oath Was taken by Allen Carden, Verne Dale, Gordon Kcene ad George Sjimmerville. The knot test was taken by Verne Dale, Gordon Keene, George Markham and Donald Swainbank. The next meeting will be next Monday night in the library club room. PENDLETON HIGH 10 Invitations Have Been Ordered for the Commencement Ex ercises Which Will be Held in Auditorium June 3, 1921. No-To-Bac" has helped thousands ! to break the costly, nerve-shattering tobacco habit. Whenever .you have a longing for a cigarette, cigar, pipe, or tor a chew. Just place a harmless No-To-Bao tablet in your mouth instead, to help relieve that awful desire. Shortly the habit may be completely broken, and you are better off mental ly, physically, financially. Its so easy so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac and if It dosen't release you from all craving for tobacco in any form, your druggist will refund your money witnout question. A I Williams, Thelma Wilseyi Elossonj Wilson, ferry ouvis, jon;. Henue,suu, Blaine Kennedy, John Simpson, Gil bert Struve, David Swanson, Jens Tor. leson; John Beckwith, William Doher. ty, Harold Goedecke, Ivan Houser, 1 ucius Matthewson, Henry Mytlnger, Sam Oliver, John Saunders, Lee Tem ple, La lira nee Warner and Donald Woodworth. Officers of the class are, John Simp son, president: David Swanson, vice- president and' Mary Clarke, secretary- treasurer. G. L. Simpson Virgil Berry CIGARETTE N cigarette has the same delicious flavor as Lueny Strike. Because Lucky Strike Is the toasted cigarette. Forty six students will be graduated from the Wal high school on June 3. 1921, the class being perhaps the larg est in the history of the school. Mem bers have been prominent In school activities from their first year in the local institution. Some who entered with the class have left school or have another year before graduation while some in the class will finish in three years. When tho class entered the school four years ago it numbered 123, Most of the seniors Intend to go to colleg-e and many have already select edNtho institution that they plan to at tend. Tho majority of the 46 will at- tend the University of Oregon while j many will go to O. A. C. Of Uio 46, 30 are girls. Invitations have been ordered for held in the high school auditorium on i tho commencement exercises to be ! the. evening of June 3, 1921. As yet the class has not chosen any speakers l or have they outlined a programmo for that, evening. The class will also have a class day program. No class day was held last year because the senior play was given on that date, but the senior play this year has already been given and noth lug is left to interfere. Miss Olive Rosche, head of the mathematics de partment of the school faculty is advisor of the clasg and with her help the seniors expect to put on a real com mencement programme. The list of seniors who will graduate Is subject to change but the tentative list is as follows: Helen Itlake, Thel ma Rlanchette, Grace Ulanehette, Nel lie Bruce, Mary Douglas Chtsholm Mary Clarke, Evelyn Duvta. Nell is Kldridge, Katherlne Granbolm, Thel lyn Horseman, Mabel Hudson, Carm"n Jones, Lottie Laing, Kllth Lalng, Hilda Lorensen. Alberta McMonles, Marjoile McMoniea, Estolla Mills. Daphne Mol strom, Geraldlne Morrison. Nellie Oli ver. Genevieve Phelps, Mildred Rogers, Lois Swaggart, Fern Stevens, Helen Walla Walla Pendleton Auto Freight Service ROIND TRIPS DAILY leaves Pendleton 2 p. m. . Pendleton Phone 225-W. EDVCATTO.VVL TOOTH TALK SO. 15. ONE MLVCTE O.Y , PRICES All branches within the science and art of modernized dentistry are now at your service at prices that will fit the pocket-book of all tteople who need reliable dentistry. Installment Tooth Saving Plans available under the Ohmart systematic installment saving plan will save anyone's mouth and keep it in 100 per cent health regardless of finan cial conditions. " Modernized Service in Crowning,' Bridging, Plates, Amalgam, Gold, Enamel Inlay, Filings, Painless Extracting, Pyo rehea and all kinds of gum diseases. I WAXT TO SEE YOU Consultation Freely Given In all Dental Brandies. Phono 507 Over . The Hub. DENTIST , .Hours Taylor Hardware BIdg. t A. M. to 5 P. M. Pendleton, Oregon , Appoint menta to suit you Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices T7 r n :-'.ty . SPECIAL PALMOLIVE SOAP three bars for 25c SPECIALS From now on until Satur day the 26th. we will give one 60c size Liquid Veneer Polish with the purchase of one Liquid Veneer mop. SPECIALS TOILET PAPER 4 rolls for 25c 'Ujf Where Prices re Lowesfi Judge our ability to save you money by investigating the value to be had in our stock. Merchandise found here is always sold to you at the LOWEST PRICES'and by salespeople trained to give you SATISFACTORY Service. VOLUME OF BUSINESS IS OUR AIM AND THESE PRICES WILL GET IT All shopping and Laundry Baskets are still selling at one-half price. There is no better time than now to lay in a supply, for it is a cinch the price will never be any lower. 5 BIG ECONOMIZERS Spool Cotton, 150 yards, 5c J. & P. Coats Crochet Cotton, 2 for Common Pins, 3c and 8c sizes 4 bars Clean Easy Soap, 25c. Largest bag of candy in town for 5c WE DO NOT SELL MERCHANDISE AT COST BUT AT A MIGHTY SMALL MARGIN Wo have the larjrcst assort ment of popnlnr priced Ijmv Uiat ran bo found in this town, nil kinds, priced from &a to 330 tho yard. ThoO "More for Less" PENDLETON OREGON You can find lien nkv itmortrntHit of lirawklTH, flrxh color, fnuit and back fasten. Your t lioko of any of tlH'iii for 00c.