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DAtLY EAST 6REG0NIAK, PENDLETON, OREGON . F&tDAY EVENING, MAUCH .18,1021.
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e'Here and There
Thru thousand people attended
each of the publlo ttilvmlon' Army
meetings held recently at b. big H. A.
.conference in Xertttle, say Captain
Jennie Conrad who' linn Just returned
from a Vlnlt to the Sound City and to
Fan Francisco, vhero she saw General
Hnimwell lioollf, international H. A.
lender. IVptkln K'oniud, who la In
chame of fenuietun post, hu.vm that the
Seattle meeting claimed Juxt in lame
audience a did the Han Francisco
meetliiKX. The convert at Kail Fran
cisco numbered 17 and those, at Seat
tle: numbered 150, Lieutenant Myru
Moys who also attended thn confer
enee remained In Eugene for a vIhII.
She wMI return here later. !
Iloy Rltner left last night for Port
land. UK will Ik- Jolneil there -by Al
(.loddard, who was employed at the
Btute House during the leKisluture and
ho remained In Salem to complete
his work. The! two will motor to Pen
dleton In Mr. rutner'a machine which
he used In Hslem while he presided at
president of the state senate. .
condition, the raii In excellent,
weather In favorable ihut the prlcen
are poor, lie Is In I'endleton toduy.
Today appear to be "Helix Day" In
I'emlleton. Anion the visitors from
tho neiKhborliif town are M. Z. Mor
rison, Charles Hchrens, Fred Moon.
Archie .Mciutyre and Jack Thomas.
Mr, Thomas, who Ih In the grocery
business at Helix, returned tlilx morn
Inif after ft vlHlt in Portland,
F. HUbert, prominent l.'klah cattle
man, any that the rattle are In good
' .Iformun floodman, proprietor of a
drug atyra at Weston Has gone to Hot
Luke where Ire will dike treatment for
III health. ,
I Frank Hubert, rancher and cattle
man of Uklah la lit Pendleton today
i ne Hon. James T. IJeuallen of
Adams la hn today looking after
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Ireland wuh, invaded .toy might and
'treiiKth years liefore there woa
' Wants To Go: East
$'';' '' ' ' "
Bud Ridley. h to tea both the featherweight end the bantav
vlcbt rwni of the Pacific Coeit, think H wouldn't b bad IJaa
to pack a crip and beat It far New York. -
"Uooeter'' Joe WaUiman, excblef yeoman ot tb V. 6. nary, ii
lMd't naoecr. Ha waota to ttack Ridley up agaitut Joknn Ku
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Saving Money V :
P IS A SLOW AND HARD PROCESS
g It is little wonder that after a 6pas-
u modic attempt at saving on the neces-
H sitiea by purchasing here and there, .
the ordinary housewife relapses into
g the habit of buying her goods at the -
g nearest store. , .
o. But there is another way to economize, by the
w service of the phone, which brings the store to to
your door. 2
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Our Name is
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"S ; ; , 113 West 'Webb St - . ' t
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any other 4-eltKlan than Catholic In th
whoje of Fnglund and Ireland the
np.'aker raid, Ireland haa oppoKed
Knglnnd under both Catholic and Pro
U'Htaut kirgM be continued, Mr. I.on
ursan laid much atrena on the fact that
It wan not a religious war but n war of
Ii dt peiHlent'o which had been fought
for 7 j ) yean-.
"Tbe claim haa been made that It Ih
a domextlu iiueation," aald Mr. loner
au who declared that Ireland had a
more forcible argument for Independ
ence than the United Hiatus hud In lie;
fight for freedom. Mr. Lonerganl
paralled the case of the colonies under
I'.ngiand and that of Ireland-and de
clared that point after point In the
Declaration of Independence applied to
Ireland much more forcibly that It did
to the colonic.
'Mr. Inergan decried the statement
that the recognition of Ireland by the
I hited Mate would precipitate war
bmween thin country and England ana
cited InHtanoes when this country had
recognlvd small nations who had de
clared their Independence. The inde
pendence of Ireland would have been
settled agea ago If that country had
been as fur away from tho mother
country as the United Wales aald Mr.
Louergan in referring to the war be
tween this country and England.
In answer to the charge that Ireland
w;uj disloyal In the late war Mr. Ix,ner.
(tan declared the country eould not be
disloyul because they did not owe any
loyalty to Diigland and that England
was a foreign nation as far rfs Ireland
was concerned. In reference to the
Raster uprising- which occured during
the war Mr. Lonergun defended th
action and gave as an illustration the
Mory of the landowner attacked on his
own property ! a great bully. "And
If a mnd dog should come up during
this fight between you and this great
bully choking the life out ot you, and
if this dog should bite the bully,
wouldn't you lite pno-dog?" said Mr.
Lonergan, which statement received
considerable applause. ' ;
NEWS OF THE C0DN1Y
State h Kliort of Funds
The state of Oregon la short of funds
In their general fund account accota
Ing to a letter from, the state treasurer
to Orace Ollllam county treasurer and
to help over come this they are ask
ing that the county accept warrant In.
stead of cash for their share of motor
Portland Man Say TanUc Haa
Now Freed Him of Rheuma
turn Wife Cains 25 Lb. '
vehicle licensee. The county Is In
xhape financially to do this accordln
tc Miss Ollllam and has wired th
utate treasurer that they will accep
and hold the warrants.
Will PoKlponn DocKxnf '
Decision on the pilot Rock road
question will be postponed until th
next meeting of the Mate highway
commission according to a letter from
that body to county Judge aSchannep.
The commission Is now Inspecting the
pacific highway the letter says. ,.
Seeks to Qufc-t Title , ,
ult to quiet title wa Instltued this
morning In the circuit court by-I). B.
woodruff .and Matilda Woodruff
against Dare Dale. Tho defendent Is
In possession of the property In que.
t.on and refuses to vacate aays the
The statement thai Ireland would
not be able to agre U they hail their
own government was laughed at
the eiieaker who said "they run every
government on earth but their own.'
"If Is not a question o fitness to gov
ern," he said, "but that a country witit
the right to govern themselves should
be permitted to exercise that right."
Mr, Inerxan closed his remarks
with a plea to every one to write the
congresemen at Washington and the
president urging that this country
recognize the Iriarh republic and ask
ing that the support to which the
country was entitled pe given by every-
Mr. Inergan. was introduced by
Judge Jamea A. Fee With some well
chosen remarks. The lid dress was
preceded by several pleasing musical
selections rendered by pupils of St.
Joseph's Academy aa well as several
phonograph selections. .
m gto aHxajesslveDrew,.t
CAfll'SO WIIJj VISIT JTAT,V.
XB WTORK. March 18. (A. P.)
Tentative plans for taking Enrico Ca
rusf, who la convalescing from a se
vere attack of pleurisy, to Italy, prob
ably the first week In May, were an.
nounccd today. '
Sow Is Tho Time to Cft Kid of Tin's
Do you know how easy It is to re
move those ugly spots so that no one
will call you freckle-face?
Blmply get an ounce of Othine
double strength from your druggist
and a few applications should show
you how easy It is to rid yourself of
freckles and get a beautiful complex
ion. The sun and winds of March
have a strong tendency to brine; out
freckles, and aa a result more Othine
is sold in this month. He sure to ask
for the double strength Othine, as
this Is sold undor guarantee of money
back If It falls to remove the freckles.
in & Lee Gash; (Grocery: :
. "- Y ( 209 E. Court St.
Only I Saturday Specials I Only
Spuds, per sack ....$1.50
Cocoa, per poynd....25c
Flour, per sack... .,.$2.60
Oats, per sack 70c
Graham, per sack ....65c
Corn Meal 45c
Hominy, per sack. ...60c
Prunes, 2 pounds.,..25c
apples, dried, 2 lbs. 25c
Apricots, per pound 35c
Peaches, per pound -25c
Raisins, per pound. .30c
Raisins, package...... 30c
Bargain Galore Throughout the
,. , Store . . , -
kWe save you money von your
groceries, with a money back
guarantee on every article,
GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS i
1 doferi fresh eggs ........30e
2 dozen fresh eggs .i...;:..:i..,....55c
3 dozen fresh egga i.....C.;....80c
We will fill orders up to Wed
nesday for out of town people and
pay freight on all orders of $15.00
or over. ... j
22 bars Swift's
,17 bars Crystal
20 bars Royal
8 cans Tomatoes ,.$1.00
8 cans corn $1,00
8 cans Car. Milk....$1.00
10 cans Hebe $1.00
PICNIC HAMS '
These are Holly Tic
nic Hams and are guar
anteed. Per pound .....23c
SPECIAL PER SACK, $9.35 1
PURE CANE SUGAR
SPECIAL, i0 1-2 POUNDS, $1.00
- PURE CANE SUGAR .
5 cans Peas, Weber y $1.00
4 cans Corn, Preferred stock, ........$1.00
5 cans Med. Van Camps Pork, and .
10 cans Salmon, 1 pound, Alaska. ...$1.00
14 pounds small White Beans ,..$1.00
11 pounds Cali. Pink Beans $1.00
9 pounds Lima Bjcana .$1.00
9 pounds best Head Rice $1.00
GOLD CREST BUTTER . , .
To show how good this butter is we
will guarantee it to keep sweet and fine
for a month. AU sweet cream butter.
2 pound roll $1.05
We ar offering you this ,
special price on sugar for only
one day. The outlook for a
raise in sugar is very good. We
are in the dark, as well as you,
as to how much it will raise.
Some wholesale grocers are
making statements that.it will
retail for $12.00 or $13.00 dur
ing canning season.
. i.i ii.
Kloili-ut l!niini-rl!iin Smith senior!
who has been out of school for sev
eral days because of an operation for
tonsils, has returned to his classes.
Speakers lu'nie Clinon-The sen.'or
graduation committee has selected
several men whom they deem feasible
to deliver the commencement address
June J. "The men are mostly from the
Xorthwest. Letters have heeq written
to them and replies are expected .to
return within the next few days. As
yet the committee has not decided up
on a definite -program tor1 they wish
to make it the most interesting of
" " v I .
'Tanlac, Is wh.-u; ended by troubles
and, besides that, my wife has gained
twenty-five pounds by- taking It," said
M. C. Staley, 3618 Fifty-Second, St.,
"I had been having spells of rheu
matism ever since I Waa a child and
at times was In such bad shape I ac
tually couldn't raise my feet an Inch-
off the floor. The pains would start In
my feet and go up through my legs
into my arms and shoiililers, and
simply ached all pver. j
"My stomach got out of oader, I lost
my appetite and couldn't eat .anything
hardly but wftnt it bloated me up until
it was all I could do to get my breath
My kidneys bothered me terribly and
I had awful pains in my back. I haa
sickening headaches and at night the
ains would wake mo lipabout one or
two o'clock and I couldn't get back to
sleep the rest of tho night. , ;
Well, I have taken six hottles of
Tanlac now and can't feel a trace of
the rheumatism and am as strong'ann
ctlve as a man could want to lie. My
kidneys never bother me now and I
nm a well man in every respect. Tan
lac has restored my wife's' health, too,
and to my way of thinking its a medi
cine that can't be equaled.-" i .
Tanlao Is sold in I'endleton by
When People Dt:!rc
"; : The Better Gifts
1 . f ... . .-;
TIkj- Invariably come lien-, because tho nanio n
safely Im tlirir girttlc, .
lint our store .Is Ho ro-lile uil with the nmnlli
icrfla. ami llx-it arf w misi.nnWy .r1l ns to "
your uilniiiiHloji. .
; i am im kh is qv.uatx
We guoroi tee each anlch- and we are wiim nit
. frieiulH eacli day, with our policy of one price and
! Hint trice In plain fignKnf
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The largest niamon.1 Dealers in Eastern Orifton.
Cards Out This Evening Students
will receive their report cards this
evening for the first time for the sec
ond remester. The faculty finished
grading the cards last- evening and
they will be distributed tonight. Aus
tin Landreth. principal, expresses the
desire that the parents study careful
ly the cards for this period. The
teachers have graded closely and the
parents can very easily determine in
which line the students need training.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
(Kaat OrcKQnian Special.) ,
ECHO, March 18. the Senior Class
play, "Her Honor the Mayor," givca
by the students of the I'lne City high
Kchoql Friday evening at the Pine
City achool house netted the class
$74.80. . Only 25 and 35 cents admis
sion was charged but a neat sum was
made from the selling of home made
candles contributed by the scholars.
The candy was' raffled off at 10c "a
chance, 100 chances being sold on each
box, The play, a four act comedy,
was coached by Professor Adrlth. The
play was produced lu'a most pleasing
manner toy the young amateur actors.
The play was made more successful
by F. T. Baker, Delco light agent from
I'endleton, who Installed electric lights
in the building free of charge for the
occasion. Stage lights and footlights
were also installed, this being a great
improvement over lamps and lanterns
which were formerly used at these.en
tertalnmenta. Mr. Baker's kindness
woa recognised by a standing vote of
C. A. Slamster and J. W. Williams,
government officials from Pendleton,
were here on business Saturday.
Mrs. Rose Barton and louie P.
Stites, an Echo couple, were married
last week, In Walla Walla. Mrs. Bar
ton is the daughter of Mr. Niseon,
proprietor ofi local poorhall, and-has
been here for sometime, keeping house
for her fufher. Mr. Stites baa been In
Kcho Cor the past five years except
for the time which he saw service in
the navy. The couple will maka their
home on the O. D. Teel farm on the
Meadows where they are both em.
At a recent meeting of the school
board Professor Howard W. Drew was
unanimously re-elected as principal of
tho Echo schools for the. coming year.
This will make the third term for Mr.
Drew as head of tho schools.
Mrs. Alice Jlays and Mr. and Mrs. H.
M. Tewnsend of Portland, and Mrs.
Willard Bond and daughter; Miss
Hetty, of Pendleton, were guests at the
home of Mrs. Asa B .Thomson, Friday.
A committee appointed by the city
council has been inspecting various
unsunjtury cesspools and oilier ac
cumulations of garbage which a Jew
neglectful citiens have failed to care
for, and immediate steps will be taken
to have them cleaned up.
It. B. Stanfield returned home
Tuesday from a business trip to Port
land and Seattle. While In Seattle
Mr. Stanfield visited hja son. Jack,
who is' attending the university there.
C. D. Norton, prominent business
man of Seattle was hflre on business
' Mr. and Mrs. George Fitzpatrick
have returned o Kcho from Lostlne,
Oreeon, where they have tieen since
they left Kcho some timo ago. Mr.
Kitxpatrick waa formerly employed at
the Sommers blacksmith shop and will
take back his place there.
M. C. Coombs of Portland, spent
Sunday in Kcho.
Mr. and Mr. V. S. Mlkesell return
ed from La Grande thla week where
they had been visiting for some time
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Mobley. Mrs. Bobley wiU be remem
bered as Mrs. Evelyn Skinner, sister of
Mis. Mikeeell. The Mikesells were ac
companied home by their little niece,
Helen Watson, daughter ot Mr. and
Mrs, Ry Watson, who are now re
siding at Enterprise. .
Mrs, w. 13. liinkla and children.
Janet, Elizabeth and Walter Berkeley,
Jr., retctrned to Echo Monday after
visiting for a short .time with rela-'
tives end friends in Athena.
Mr. Zimmerman, of Portland, rep
resentative for Crimson and Pierce
wool buying firm. Is a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross
this week. ' -
Mrs. J. Jf. McLaughlin arrived In
Echo Tuesday to spend a few days' I
viatlng at'-tho home of Mr, and Mrs.
F. V. Andrews on the Moudows. Mrs.
McLaughlin formerly made her home
in Kcho where her hushdnd was the
section foreman here. ' They'tire now
stationed Jn Pendleton. '
Mr. Bhrievea of Forest Grove Is In
Echo checking up work done on the
highway between Echo and Pendleton.
R. M. Dickson of Portland has ar
r'ved here to lay the'linoleum in the
new bank bujlding which , iaN nearly
completed. . -
W. H. Stuart of Boardman, was here
oi business Monday. ' "
' George King of Pendleton, spent
Tuesday in Echo and. the Butter creek
Mrs. O. F. Thomson and son, Sloan
Thomson, spent Tuesday i Pendleton
on business. . '
Joe Cunha Jr., left . for Portland
Saturday night taking down a train
load of sheep to the market. He will
be accompanied home by his wife,
who has been In that city some time
for medcal treatment.
Mrs. H. U Stanfeld entertaned Mrs.
Frank Waller and Mrs. Helen Har
rrngton of Echo, her father, Mr. Rob
inson of Pendleton, and her brother,
Bernie Robinson, of Spokane, at her
home on Butter creek ' during the
Mr. and Mrs. Louie P. Stites were
surprised by a charivari crowd wlthj
tin cans, old washtubs, saws and Yther
familiar articles Monday evening.
F. W. Andrews returned home from
Portland Sunday where he had been
transacting business affairs. ;
Tum't lol With a Cold
(From tho New York Sun.)
We, must repeat our warning against
pneumonia, the most dangerous dis
pose that prevails in this city, and
which is extraordinarily prevalent at
this time. Be on guard at all times
against taking cold. Look out for It, If
you take it. Gladstone used to go to
bed and send for a doctof whenever
he had a cold and consequently be got
well in a very short timo. "The Sun1'
'a right and thfeir warning should tie
hctled. For colds. Chamberlain'
Ctiugh Remedy Is excellent. It always
cures and is pleasant to take. Persons
Past middle age should go to bed and
take this remedy until recovered.
Kor a mid Cold '
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
certain cure for bad colds. It acts on
nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aids
expectoration, opens the secretions and
aids nature in freeing the system of all
symptoms of the cold. It Is not a pal
liative that simple gives relief: it cures.
They Make Yon Feel tiood
The pleasant " purgative effect ex
perienced by those who use Cham
berlain's Tablets? and the healthy con
dition of body and mind which they
create makes on feel Joyful.
Wliat You Need, for Constipation .
When troubled "with constipation,
what you need Is a remedy that will
oroduce a free? movement of the bow
els. A remedy that is mild and gentle
n Its action. 'A remedy that leaves
the bowels In a natural and healthy
condition. A remedy that is easy and
oleafauit V take. Chamberlain's Tab
lets meet all of these conditions. Try
them and see for yourself. They only
cost a quarter. '
Penney Co. A Natton-Wide Institution
TONIGHT AT 7: 15
In Presbyterian Church
Indian Pageant bv
Indians and Whites
Showing the Indian's
quest for -the "White
Man's Book of Heaven."
Admission 15c and 25c,
Benefit C. E. Societies.
f, s . , i'- U"f tv my
Attractive Low Shoes
At Less Than Five Dollars
With high shoe prices a matter of very recent
history, it hardly seems possible that shoes in
which quality is so apparent mayv be had for so
small an outlay.
' Our south island window offers many styles to
select from, all under'five dollars a pair.
BLACK KID PEGGY, $3.49
Good qvality black kid, medium weight sewed
extension sole, low military heel, pair . $3.49
BLACK KID, MILITARY HEEL WALKER,
. $3.98 .
Black Vici Kid medium weight, close edge, sewed
sole, imitation tip military heel, pair .....$3.93
BLACK KID MILITARY, $4.50
High grade vici kid leather, made over a smart
last, good weight, sewed extension sole, imita
'? tion tip, high military heel, pair ..$4.50
MAHOGANY CALF, MILITARY, $4.50 '
Good quality soft calf in the. popular mahogany
shade, good weight, sewed extension sole, imi
tation tip. neat military heel, paitr.. :....$4.50
DARK BROWN KID, HIGH HEEL, $4.98 .
A very dressy shoe with plain toe, flexible close
ecrge sole and high Louis heel. Were it not for
the price ticket you'd guess this shoe at least
two dollars higher, pair $4.98
BLACK SATIN TIE, $3.98
A very clever two eyelet tie that bespeaks much
more style and quality than one would expect at
such a low.price, high covered heel, flexible sole,
plain toe, pair ...... $3.98
BLACK KID PUMP CRESSWELL, $4.98
Very high grade soft black kid, neat, plain toe,
vamp ornamented with attractive steel buckle,
. high covered heel. 'Pair .....$4.9S
-. LADIES COMFY OXFORD, $2.98
Soft black kid, short amp, round toe, flexible
cushion sole, rubber heel, a real comfort shoe at a
soothing price - $2.98
LADIES1 TWO STRAP COMFORT SLIPPER
A .very comfortable shoe for the woman who pre
fers the button strap, fine vici kid, round toe,
military heel ..!.. $2.98
I'Vl " rarlzsi
J. C Penney Co., A Nation- ide institution
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices ,
East Oregonian Printing Department