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DAILY EAST OftBCOWIAN, PENDLETON, OOJPii: -
nets JikIk-. uii: it. i. ; i i r ii i 14 mni it.
11, J ivn it,- as ciimiulKi hiiii'i": oeih
Houser, lli riff: It. T. Hiouii,' clerk:
(irn.ee A. liilliani, Irensurer; 1l. ' H
Murri'iiKhs. rei order;; W. V. (reen
school Hiiperlnteiideiil; H.I). Haivks,
nssesaor; .l' T: Hrnwii, riil'ni' i-, uii'l A.
10. Perry, xurvi yor.
People Here and There
H. J. IMwitc of Mi!ton is a vis'tor i "i. ll: Jordan of Efcho Ih In towrf W
in tlx city. , . ,' ldiiy.
Arthur Guillford wis hero yester
day from Echo. '
Finrik Ryder, who lives nt tEJgln,
VJnto ncoimty, nan been visiting1 In
Jiusmuit , F. Johnson was hero yK
terday from his homo at Fnlrvlew
farm, "ir Weston. '
Chnrlos Gritmttn returned Saturday
front Moscow, Idaho. He visited Mrs.
GritmAn who is convalescing after a
recent operation, - ,
Jiimes D. Zurcher, Stunfleld's legal
liitht, has been looking after buslnoas
in Pendleton. . ,
J. R. nrownell, Pmutllla merchant,
Is in the city accompanied by other
members of his family.
. D. C. Brownell, who nw lives In
Portland but talks Umatilla rapids
project wherever ho mas'" bo is now In
tlu city. . '
, Lowell Rtockmun nnd JJayd Mont
gomery, who spent Spring vacation In
Pendleton, left this morning for Cor
valiis to resum their studies at O, A.
C. They ar making the trip by motor.
l. J. Allen; In charge of the Boys'
Pic Clubs, organize by the extcntlou
division at oa. C, was hore this
morning and left with Fred Hennion.
county agriculture agent, for the eat
end of tr-n county. '
Senator II. Xj BtnnfitM Is reported
as in the west and likely to arrive in
Portland tomorrow morning. How
oxer, locul friends ail relatives hni
h?il unable to Itarn anything defi
nitely ubrmt the senatot whereabo itn
today so it Is not known when he-w!!l
'Charles Bhumanri, who is manager
for the Pendleton mausoleum, left yes
terday for Portland after a business
vlnit here. ' The mausoleum Is to have
a addition which will double the
number of crypts in the structure.
It. h, Turiir-r, register of the land
offloo at Roseburg, U r.ot figuring rn
holding his position very ' long he
imun ha tu n (inmnrrat and has heard
rumor that various leservlng G. O. P.
desire the poltlon. Mr". Turner was at
the democratic convention u nn
Frar-eisco where he Wiis a SIcACoo
supporter. He Is en rotto to Bpokane
today.,;, ' .' " .
NOMINATIONS AUK MADE
"WASHINOTON. Jl.iTch 28. (U. P,
Nominations to Important ambas-
sadorshlps will be sent the senate d
the president soon nft-r the convening
of the special session of congress, It
was learned todny. ' '
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
it J'r W
It Isn't Safe
To begin trailing here unless you want
to become a permanent customer.
Our prices, Quality , service and1 cour
tesy makes permanent customers out
of transients. .
Phone 409 . 113 W.Webb St
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Tu Money Tunieil Over.
Klit-rlft Hoi.er this afternoon turn
ert over to Treasurer Gilliam $111,
000. Oti that had be)n collected in from
Cliarjswl With KIiob Theft
Jamee Martin who is accused of
stealing a pair of shoes from The Peo
ples Warehouse, Is being given a hear
ing before Justice of the Peace Joe H,
Parkcs, this afternoon.
One Marriage IJccnsn '
A marriage license was Issued this
afternoon to Harold F. Smith and Miss
Hattle. Toetschlnger, both of Pilot
Hock. ' Mr. Smith 1b a farmer and the
bride Is a teacher. They are, to be
married here this afternoon. '"
Vat Knd Visitor.' .: ,
J. W. Kerne, a pioneer resident of
the county, who claims Femdoie as
his home, but who - has large land
holdings nonr Athena, was, among thir
number of court house visitors today.
Keiiur on a taxpaylng mission he spent
the greater part of his time in" the
offices of the assessor and sheriff, -i
Trained Teachers Scarce, ' ' .
Among ail of the applications on filo
n tho counts' Rctionl si.Derll:tendent's
offi'o thern are only three raduat('
of normal schools. In view of th?
scarcity of teachers as Indicated by
this fact, the grade school dlttricts of
1he county are being t.rgtd to retain
their trained lachers.
rorgxr In Itctnmed ' ' '
Wlllard. Ktaufter who admits having
pawrl a forged check on Hamley A
Company Saturdjiy, was brought back
from Arlington yesterday morning by
fihoriff Sflouser. had forged the
name of the rightful owner to a check
that had boen stolen in Portland. Aft
er purchasing goods to the. value of
GO.OO he tendered the check for J3
In payment. The goods were recover
ed when he was arrested at Arlington
on Information furnished' by local offi
cers. ; -
Drunk on ( aiimtl Heat
Of 14 men who were held In the city
b;istl1e last night r.averal .were "canned
htitt drunks" which variety of plffl-
cation has become rather frequent, to
the ' mystification of the police who
'cannot .understand h"W any human can
swallow the dope. Sterno, from which
the hent Is made contains denatured
alcohol and Is supposed to be unfit for
human use and in Yet several cases
have appeared wherein men have got
ten drunk on tills preparation mixed
with watr. The victims appear not
merely ' "drunk but Insane and
poisoned as welt say those who have
seen them. Of those In Jail last night
a number were Indians and some were
floaters who had been taken In forihe
night. Six of those charged with
diunkenens were fined by Judge Fits
Gerald this morntng.
Buy Shoes for Your
Spring Needs '
Regulation Army Russett ShoeB $7.50
Officers Dress Shoea $6.25
Officers Dresa Shoes, with rubber heels ....-....$6.50
Heavy Munson Last Work Shoes ; $5.85
Special ! U. S. Navy Shoe s .'. .: $7.50
Navy Sales CO.
ScIkhiI Officers Visit 1
Jlr. and Mrs. Bam Hoon, who live In
Oregon and get their mail through the
Walla Walla post office were callers
st the office of the county school su
perintendent this morning. Mr.. Hoon
is chairman of school district Xo. 4,
Known as Tumalum. Ed Hoon, clerk
cf district Xo. -S, better known as
I'mapine, was also a caller at the same
office, jlr. and Mrs. Sam Hoon, in
addition to their school honors and
duties have the honor of hVIng the
parents of Henry Hoon, a prominent
member of the Boys & Girla calf club.
With hid five shorthorn heifers he
mptured high honors at the Walla
tValla county fair and also at the state
lair hi Yakima. -
Xante of Off hers.
In response to a nnmher of inquiries
received by different county officla's
for the names of tho county and state
officials, the following list has been
prepared: v .
Governor. Een W. Oicott; secretary
of stute, Sum A. Kozer: state -treasurer,
O. P. Hoff; attorney general, I.
H. Van Winkle; J. A. Churchill, super
intendent public instruction.
United Hates senators are R, N.
Stanfietd and Chas. L, McXary. '
representatives, ii. congress are:
District Xo. 1, W. C. Hawley of Ma
rlon county; District No. S. X. J. Sin-
'nott of Wasco county, District Xo. S.
C. X". McArthur of Multnomah county
., Supreme court Justices, Thos, A.
McBride, chief justice, Henry J. Bean
Henry I Benson, Lawrence T. Harris.
Geo. H. Burnett,, Chas. A. Johns ami
Geo. M. Brown, associate justices.
Officer of Umatilla county ure G.
W. Phelps, district judge, and R. I.
Keator, district attorney. The coun
ty court is composed ot I. M. Sehnn-
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PayCash Receive Blore j Pay Less
DespainLee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Be Penney Wise
On a single item you may only save a few pen
nies, but think what this means on a month's grocery
bills. 10 to 25 per cent saving on a day's purchases
isn't to be laughed aton a -month's order it is a
thing to hi proud of.
- There's oAfy one way to prove this and that is to
give it a fair trial.
Pay Cash: r : Receive Blore - Pay Lesi
Desoain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court
Get Dr. Edwards' Oiive Tablets
That is the joyful cry of thousands
since. Dr. Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for cMpmel. No
Criping results from these' pleasant
Uttla tablets. They cause tW liver
and bowels to ect normally. They
never force them to unnatural action.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
coothir.g, healing, vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If yon hae n bed tarte.bad breath,
feci dull, lined, --are constipated or
bilious, you'il find nuick and sure rc
8'ilts from Dr. Edwards' little Olive
tablets at betitime. 15o and 30c a box
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
The Vnis Store That Swvea
Vou Ilest. '
Siiiii'lw Mflrvkw l'opular. '
The union sunrUe service meeting
of Young Peonle'S aocieties of the city
held In the ChrintUin church yester
day mornltiR at nix o'clock was at
tended by one hundred fifty members
and friend -of the various churcimti
in I'endleton. The eervlce of aong
was conducted by Joseph N. Scott and
MlMR Fiiedly, pianist. Key. O. 1..
Clark of the I'resU.v terian church led
the devotional ervlce. "
TlrlKht and Fair. -i
YeHterduy' perfect weather wa
rnatcheil- by today's sunsliine. The
maximum tod;:y i ifi, several degrees
warmer than 'yesterday, with a maxi
mum of SO. The barometer. Major
Ie Moorhouse reports, registers 29.85
and fair weather Is predicted for to
nlclit and tomorrow. Peach blossoms
on locftl fruit trees arc in full bloom
and the evidence of spring Is every.
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We have'not -advertiMd I our China De
partment for some time. Due fcr the fact
lhait was imposBible to promise deliveries.
However, the production is gettmg : nea
norma! and from now on we can
same efficient serf vice in our China Depart
ment as in other departments. A wit -i
repay you. ' , . .
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Wild 1-iimi Ilwitlhil.
Tl at there is an abundant supply of
wild jiv and ducks In the vicinity
of the Cold Sjrines reservoir is the re
port brought to i'endleton by Chancf
Marshal I. He lives on a farm towers
the trservtiir from Stanfleld nud saye
the birds are feeding; In his fi "ds a
thoso of his neighbors.
Market ClMHiges Hnods
Frank Downey has sold the Downey
Meat Market pn Main street to A. May
of Troutdale who is now enroute t
the city to take eharfce of the businesi
on April 1. Mr. Downey Is planning to
leave for California but expects to re
turn to Pendleton later.
"I have actually gained twenty-five
pounds and I Just think Tanlac is the
grandest medicine in the world," said
Mrs. Roberts O. rteynolds, 17 North
l?nvor fit., Kancas City, Mo.
"For ten long years I suffered from
a very bad form of rheumatism, stom
ach and nervous troubles. My appe
tite was Very poor. What little I did
fat soured on my stomach and I suf-
, ftered the most severe pains in by back,
hips and shoulders. My rheumatism
was so bad that J could not raiso my
hands to comb my hair and my arms
hurt me to my finger tips. 1 became
o weak and run down that I lost all
my energy and life had become almost
a burden. I tried many things but
nothing helped me. 'II
"I had only taken my first bottle of !t
Tanlac' when r noticed my appctjle
was improving and I could sleep bet
ter at night. I have taken three bot
tles and the way it has helped me and
built me up Is reaily astonishing. 1
ran eat anything and everything with
out the slightest disagreeable after
effects. I sleep Just fine at night and
am in better health than I have been
'or years. I am glaC to give this
statement, -hoping that '.any -who arc
suffering, as T did may experience the
wme wonderful results, which, I be
lieve they will if they give Tanlac a
fair trial." '
Tanlac Is sold in Pendleton by
Thompson Brothers. "
Jhe Lnrgerf Diamond Dealers I., taslerd Oregon.
Sfe&ss. Cgruem WAICHES
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Many Went Fislitns.
. 'Thouch the trout season does not
open until April 15 many fisi'ermcn
were out with their tackle yesterday.
All were In search of steelhead sal
mon and It is reported that three of
these were caught in Birch creek.
.Mrs. lA'mon ('oiivak-scing; .
Mrs. Dorothy Jcmnn, mho has been
a patient at St. Antnony b nospitai, is
convalescing and has been removed to
her home. - '
PRESIDENT WILL MAKE
1 . INVESTIGATION OF .
WASHINGTON, March 28. A. P.)
President Harding .decided today to
have an exhaustive investigation- made
of government care of disabled war
veterans. Within a few days he will
select a special committee of inquiry.
The president it was said, was deter
mined to lay the situation before con
gress and the country to correct pos
sible abuses. The investigators will
bo instructed to recommend any re
medial legislation. -
Decision to inaugurate an inquiry
was reached by the president after he
had conferred on thq problem today
with Charles G. Dawes of Chicago,
who served in Prance as a brigadier
general; F. VV. Galbraith, national
commander of the American Legion;
Thomas W. Miller, alien property cus
todian, and a former overseas veteran;
Assistant Secretary Roosevelt of the
navy department and his personal
physician. Brigadier General C. t.
Sawyer. I.ater they went over tin,
situation with General Pershing., ' '
The president and Mrs. Harding.
accompanied by Mr. Dawes, attended
the Easter morning services at Cal
vary Baptist church.
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GIBBON CITIZENS VISIT. ;
. IN NEIGHBORiNG TOWNS;
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GIBBOX, March 2S. -Miss Theo.
Kirk arrived here, Tuesday evenins1
from Pendleton to visit her sifter Mrs. j
Dave Bonifer. ' i
Mrs. Harle Robie and infant son!
Donald were PendlefW visitors Mon-1
Mr. and Mrs. W. VV. Villiams spent j
Sunday with Mrs. Williams parents!
near Weston. j
, Miss Delta Morse of near Weston!
spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. W. Cook spent Wednesday I
in Pendleton. 1
Mr. McLaughlin, O. W. road master.
spent Tuesday evening here ou busl-;
ness. " ;'
Mrs. Jack O Merra went down toj
i'endleton Tuesday. " ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thompson andj
Mr. J. A. Holaday are spending a few
lays in Pendleton. j
Mrs. It. S. Gray went to La Grande;
Thursday to spend several days? visiting j
Itoy Swart was a Pendleton visitor
Friday. , .'
Those going to Pendleton from here
Saturday were Mrs. Guy Hays and
daughter Hazel, Mr. Fred Bruce, Roy
awart, Mr. Simmons and daughter
-Vola, Treff Sears and daughter Ruth.
Mr. and Mrs, George Capelli left
,'esterday for La Grande where they
tfill spend a couple of days before go
ing to Spokane where they will make
i heir future home.
Mr. Robert Gray left tdday for Port
land where he will spend a couple o
uays on business, Mrs. Gray accompan
ied him as far as Rieth where she will
visit friends until his return.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brace, the
misses Belva and Evalyn ' Williams.
Oelta Morse. Curtis Simmons, Bernal
Williams, Mathew, Charles -and John
Ouffev all attended the dance at Dun
can, Saturday night.
Mrs. May Wells spent Sunday at
Duncan with Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick.
Mr. John Duffey and two sons Math
ew and Charles were Sunday visitors
lth Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Williams.
Name. ''Bayer" on' Genuine
, This ta two-year-old 0y StllK
man. cwyal flrura la th divorco
uit. started oy James A. Stiliman.
resident ot th National CltJ
Take Aspirin oly as told In each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will bo following
the directions -o I'd dosage worked out
bv phvKH-inns during il years, and
proved nafe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If. you see
the Bavor Cross of tablets, yoti can
tal'-o them w ithout fiar for . Coids.
Headache, Nenralsia. trueunmtijm,
Karache,- Tonthuche, Lumbiiito nnd for
Pain. lUindy tin !oxvs of twelve tab
lets cost few cents, ltrugjtwts ahm sell
larger pai kascs. A."pirin Is the trade
jmark of Bayer Manufacture of Monu-i:
aceticagidcaUT of Salicj iicacid. '
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
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THE PENNEY COMPANY GIVES
, THE RIGHT TO SAVE ON
low priced, Yes ! Eut the same high stand
ard of quality that has characterized depend
able Penney clothes for almost a quarter of a
The maximum money value policy that has
been a salient feature of our merchandising
plan and which has been responsible for the
growth of this institution from a little town
store to the largest retail organization of its
kind in the world ft wonderfully emphasized
in this group of suits at the above price.
Buying for 312 busy stores and selling only
for cash makes it possible to offer these val
ues unheard of in ordinary stores.
See these suitslin our window. Come in
and try them on. No charge for alterations.
in t .
J. C Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
ANNUAL HKHDrS BULL
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THE EVENT OF THE SEASON
Given under the auspices of the
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