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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 5, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
March 9 National Fish Day.
March. 11; 1921 Juvenile Re-
V110, Washington school band. "
March 10, 1J, 12 Fourth An-
nual Pendloton Auto Know, Hap-
py Canyon. .
March IS Last day for filing
of Income tax reports for 1920.
March 17 and 18 Millinery
May 11 to 14 ate Parent
Teacher Association convention.
Mlu Mary Jacob, of Ie Angeles,
will arrive In Pendleton on Tuesday
to apeak In the Interests of the "airls'
Friendly Hocloty." Ming Jacobs ha
had great experience In thla line of
work. Her talk will be grven Tucaday
evening at the Church of tho no
Will Speak at Box Social.
Announcement waa made thla
morning of.two well known local
apeakera who will deliver addresses at
the box aortal to be given by the Cen-
tral Tradea f'ouncll Wednesday even
Ins;.' llevVon Iloomlssen and C. I'.
Hti'nln will speak at 'the social and
following their addreaaea the evening
will be g(ven over to dancing and
general good time.-' , ' -
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Cluremv Tuhba' III ' -''
Clnreneo Tuhba, formerly an Instrue
tor In, the J'ehrtleion hl,h school, now
a farmer of thla county, in suffering
trom a severe attack of rheumatism.
lie is now at 1101 uku,
IkM'Jtien to Jim. i
A conference of the bee-keepers of
the state, to be held In Portland
March Id and 17 will be attended by
J. A. flkovbo, of HermUton He will
represent the bee men of the wst end
of the county. t
Will Demonstrate. "
After the blooming of apple bloa
soma In the Milton-Freedater district.
the Umatilla County Farm Bureau will
hold, under Its auspices, a spraying
demonstration, known as the calyx
spray. It la probable that the blos
soms will toe out by April 15, and the
demonstration will be h.eld In the J. F.
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One of the reliable market where you can de
pend on getting the ame satisfactory fresh Fruit,
Vegetable, Meats and Groceries MONTH after
MONTH and know that you are being treated fair
ly and squarely.
You will find a"ONE-0-ONE' weekly or
monthly service account a real economical con
venience. WE INVITE YOU TO USE THIS SERVICE.
YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court St Phone 101
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Mover orchard. .The varljma facto
ries will demonstrate their system,
and among those represented will, be
the Shields Fruit Co. of Walla Walla,
which will demonstrate' three Bean
spray outfits; Milton Oarage, Fordson
attachments; H. 8. Dennlson, of Free-
wau-r, two Meyers sprays. Each
company will demonstrate the effec
tiveness of Its system. .
Itoy Sonus to Sleet
Dr. H. C. Ellsworth is to address the
Hoy Scouts at their meeting in the
county library Monday night.
Mr. leaver HI
K. K. Cleaver, of this city, Is ill with
lumbago In Portland. Mr. Clever went
to the city on business and became sick
while there. He la at the Multnomah
WIU Ifrmodcl Home,
A building permit was Itisued this
morning to Pauline West to remodel
her home In the Reservation add tlm.
The coat will amount to T,0. Wm.
Stolsenberg la the contractor.
Organize Tlie Italics Club, f
OrganJzera for the Community ser
vice are at work In The Dalles and It
la expected that that community will
have community service work within
a short time. II. W. Arfcury Is In
charge of the work.
Shoot to be Held.
Local aportamen .are anticipating a
shoot tomorrow at Collins Park under
the ausplcea of the Pendleton Rod and
Qun club. The shoot Is one of the
Spokesman - Review telegraphic
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- Rejnember, Mr.' Reader, we are giving you the
greatest values ever heard of in high grade up to
. date jewelry, of which every article carries owr guar-
. We are going to extend this great sale until we
have reduced this immense stock, When you are
looking for a gift all we ask is for you to call and look
over our stock, get our prices, then use your judg
ment. Our watch ahd jewelry repair department is at
your service. PRIZE AWARDED MARCH 19
PROMPT SERVICE TRY US
Hancom's Jewelry Store
' THE Jewelers
Hate Are Mailt".
Thirteen hats, four for children and
nine for adults, were made during the
'Paxt two days at I'maplne In a milli
nery kchool taught by Mrs. Kdlth O.
Van Deusen, home demonstration
agent. The II hats cost $8.18, and
the estimated aavlng la $55. IS.
Earl Jcnks Released.
Pari Jenks, who waa convicted on a
charge of carrying concealed weapons
and illegal possession of Intoxicants
and' fined $160. waa released this
morning from custody upon payment
of the balance of his fine amounting
to $90. Friends supplied the money,
it la said.
Protect Club Room Walla. ,
Protection for the walls In the Com
mercial Association club rooms la "be
ing given by the construction of rim
boards on all sides of the room. These
rim boards are being placed today and
will, when properly tinted, add much
to the attactiveneas of that already at
Train .luni! Track
ThdjWalla Walla-Pendleton train,
when 10- miles from Walla Walla last
night, jumped, the track, the front
wheels of the front truck of the tender
getting off the track. The train travel
ed about 600 feet before tha accident
was discovered. No damage waa done.
The train waa half an hour .late in
reaching this city.
Parents and Teachers Meet.
The . Parent-Teacher Association
met last n'ight at the Riverside school
and heard Rev. G. L. Clarke give a
talk on the value of higher education.
R. E. Tucker gave a talk on commu
nity organizations and also led the
audience in community singing. Plans
for the observance of Arbor day were
made at the meeting.
Universal Coal and Wood
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BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
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OVM BOOK IININS
Will Hold MertiiiRS.
Freewater has asked Mrs. Edith O.
Van Deusen, home demonstration
agent, to hold a dressmaking school
there the last week In April. It is
probable that Freewater . will unite
with Milton for a millinery school to
be held by Mrs, Van Deusen March 22.
and J J. ' Vendleton's Bchool will be
held here March 17 and 18 In the
county library. The sessions will open
at 1 p. m. and 7 p. m. '
Return From Kamiah .
Rev. J. M. CorneilKOn, pastor of Jhe
TutuIILa Indian Mission1, and Parsons
Motanic, Allen Patewa, James Kash
Kash and son, Daniel Kash Kash,
all Tutullla Indians, returned today
from Kamiah, where' they attended
the Indian ' relitrlotis mnffmn.a
Fourteen attended from Tutullla and
returned at different times. Mr. Cor
nellKon save the meetings were excel
lent. Thirteen Indians united with
various churches, two Joining the Tu
tullla church. About 158 delegates at
tended the meetings.
Use the Phones
Grocery, Twg Phones
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Other Depts. ,
78 and 7?
Use the Phones
Grocery, Twp Thoncs
78 and 79
Here you will find the new things for EAST
ER and Spring . wear.
Our Dry Gooods section is fast filling up with
the latest fabrics. Now on display for your inspection.
SEE THE NEW SHADOW DOT AND
This fine imported
organdie is one of the
'new fabrics this season
for dresses and waists.
Verv sheer and will
wash like linen. Need3
no starching; 45 inches
wide. The yard.. $2.00,
Velour and Broad
. cloth for Sport
Just the right weight
and in the shades you
wish; 50 to 56 inches
wide; all wool $2.50 to
a0 "5 o
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Fine Scotch Ginghams
In a wide range of patterns,' mostly plaids of pink,
blue, lavender, yellow, etc., 32 inches wide. It only
takes about 5 yards for a dress. Make up some
spring dresses now. '
New Shipment Dress
Annthpr shinment of fine Dress Ginefhams just
come in. Lots of plaids and stripes and plain colors
for children's dresses. '
Novel Spring Neckwear
All the shell like tints of a spring dawn are reflect-'
ed in the novel new modes in neckwear. Shown in
the many hew styles which will add much to the looks
of your dress or suit Have a look at them.
Priced from 75c to $5.00.
Dotted Swiss Voile
Makes up into attractive spring and summer dress
es. Offered in pink and blue grounds with white
dots. . These are fast colors and sheer weave. ,
of thla city and Frank I. Beam of Old
Mexico; one sister, Mrs. June Bran
stetter of Seattle: a daughter; Miss
Eleanor M. Beam of. Portlan! the
following nieces, Mrs. Antone Cunha,
of Echo; Mrs. V. Whitmarsh of Beat
tie; Mrs. A. Preston, of Oakland:
Mrs. May Raymond of California, and
the following nephews. Chas. E. Beam
df Pendleton, frank A. Beam of
Portland, Byron Bransetter of Echo,
Tracy L. Beam of San Francisco and
.Chester A. Beam. He was a member
of I. O. O. F-, W. A. W.. Y. O. E. And
A. O. U. W. In Pendleton. v
Fraternity Mrmhcrs Meet.
The annual meeting of the college
members of .the Beta Theta"PI, the
national fraternity, will be held in
Pendleton tonight. A number Of
members of the fraternfty from othet
parts of the state will be ifesent.
Dinner at the Hotel Tendleton l'Ul be
served this evening followed bya so
cial time spent, at the . home of Ed
Mil I le. , . ' '
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE S
Funeral to be Held.
The funeral of the late John Tteam
will be held tomorrow at lu a. m.
from the Brown chapel with Rev.
John Secor, Methodist minister, offi
ciating;. Local members nf th I n
O. F. will be In charge of the eenlce.
Mr. Beam waa born )n Oak Grove,
California. December U isk m
came to Oregon in 1883 and hoa been
in me cuy s on ices most or the time.
He Is survived by three brothers, L.
K. Beam of Grants Pass; l.ee Beam
UhfvemI Stoves &FumacQS'
1 L.- 1 F??
tr it Is not so great as in the states.
Among the German stars are Henry
Pi'rtan, Fern Andra (formerly Amer
ica). Mia May, Pola Negri. Asta Niel
sen, Harry PieL, Sahret (formerly Am
erica), Paul Gegener, Enrich Raiser
OieU. Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nerveus Diseases and
Disease, of Women. X-Ray Electric
Temple Bldg. Room 11
- . Phone 41
VaUa Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
ROUND TRIPS DAILY
Ijeaves Pendleton 2 p. m.
PetMlleton Phone 225-W.
ALIA aC.NDAV SU MOAlMY
" BETtLlN'. March 5. (Carl D. Groat,
U. P. Staff Correspondent) Experi
encing more or less of a "crisis''' in
disposing of its goods, the German
film industry is looking, to America,
England, France and Italy fo r a
The success of .the first German
films sent to the sttftes since the war
has encouraged film makers to believe
that they ' can enter the American
market. .This hope s largely based
on their Idea that America Is tired of
her own films, on the-. ground that
they are built tod much on one theme.
The American "crlsla" In the film
business is attributed by the 'German
makers, not to decreased love for
movies, or the "Kino," as the German
calls It, but to a change in the Ameri
can taste. The German makers hope
to meet this changed taste.
There la a movement fbr consolida
tion of concerns, squeesing out the
"small fry," and purifying, the. tone of
the films by also driving out men at
tracted to the business at the time
when large profits ceuld be made with
low grade goods. Thie movement Is
succeeding, and it can be foteeen that
within the next fewyears only a few
niGjor concerns will be operating here.
And the effort to put the German
film on a higher plane is likewise suc
ceeding. A year and two years ago
many of the German products were
revoltingly obscene. They could not
1 ave played in any niovle house In the
st at os. But, this Is gradually altering,
and while one still finds many per
verted presentations, there Is a grad
ual trend toward a better moral and
nentaV tone. ' '
ftrpfit vAntA In histnrv and Itf rn.
tOM are being spectacularly staged at
'a'Ft costs and with big casts. There
Is quite an actor colony'ln Berlin, and
thla attracts many young girls, just as
(ps Angeles studios do, but the gin-
ELECTRIC STARTERS ,
Or any part of the electric
system on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
HARRY H. GRAHAM,
Willard Service Station,
Phone S84. WETS GO!
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms SI and 25 Smlth-Crawfor
Telephone T04 Raa. J4-R
For Next Week
Get a trial order of the new Cookies,
CHOCOLATE COATED ;
Something new and very nice.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY"
Phone 187 and 183
739 Mia Street
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices--East
Oregonian Printing Department. ; '
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Service With Full Value f
a Smile Always .. ill
A Good Place
Commencing today and continuing as
long as our present stock of ladies' per
cale bungalow aprons last we are going
to sell them all for 90c
This is a price that you cannot afford
to overlook. The quality is as good as
any in town and the price is much better.
JAPANESE LUNCH CLOTHS
We have made a very good purchase
on this item and we are going to pass it
along to you. iou win realize a saving
ot aoout &u per cent on these items.
60 in. by 60 in. Lunch Cloth at $2.00
48 in. by 48 in. Lunch Cloth at......$1.75
Cups and Saucers, hand
painted, 35c each
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED ;Voman to cook and do
general house work on ranch
All Eagles are requested to meet at
Engle-Voodman hall Sunday morning
at :46 to attend the Funeral et our
deceased Brother J. & Beam. "
Order of Worthy President.
Wicker bird cages
Boys and, Girls Buster
..brown hose, 35c pair..
hose, 65c pair
All of our supply of
electric table lamps
go at one-half price
' until our present sup
ply is exhausted.
THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT
is a Satisfied Customer. "Your
money's worth" creates satisfac
tion with your purchase and The
Bee Hive endeavors to deliver full
value at all times. We serve our
selves best when ..we ..serve you
best and therefore our interests
become mutual ones. Kemember
Ever ready Bandeaux,
neavy mesh, strong,
basket weave, double
boning, pink, at
Ladies' colored border
10 and 15c
1-2 price on all of our
Rick Rack Braid, all
sizes at 8c and 13c each
You can buy first
ouality Val laces her
for 15c the yard.