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FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 1, 1921
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News Notes of Pendleton
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OANDA11 OF EVENT
March Si. University of Ore-
gon Women's Glee Club, at high
school auditorium under man-
agement of I'endloton alumni.
April 7 to IS Annual Clean-
May 6 County school Orato-
rlral and Declamatory Content,
at high school auditorium.
May 7 County school track '
and field meet at Hound-Up
May 11 to 14 State Parent
Teacher Association convention.
May 81. June 1 and 2 Htate
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women's clubs.
September tl, 23, 24 Annual
Fishing Too Knrly , '
lineal Mpnrlsmen are conipluinlng
that all aro nut observing the law
which prohibits fishing until April 1&,
It Is said snmo pan leu have been fish
ing already and this Is arousing resent
ment of the part of thoHo who are
waiting for the legal opening of the
Jowcr Committer to Wwt
Secretary C. I. HurV of the Umatilla
Rapids Power sit Association Is send
Inir out a call for a meeting of execu
tive committee members In Pendleton
en JYIday April 8. Some Important
Imslness In connection with the prepa
ration of data for the federal power
commission will come before the com
Now on Hart Court
Curler & Swythe are now getting es
tablished In the firm's new offices on
Kant Court street, In the room occu
pied by the Cunningham Bhecp & Land
company. A building permit for im-
jprovements In the new office was tak
en out today. The firm's former loca
tion In the American N'utlonal Hank
building will be remodelled for use by
the bank force.
Tell The Police About It '
Under the rule adopted by the city
administration complaints about street
lights being out ore to be made to the
imllia iluni. rlmi'nt nlther ttv nlsht or
duy. The police are Instructed to keep
a record when lights are reported out.
Payment 'for such lights will then he
stopped until the city Is notified by the
light company that the trouble has
hnn -nmnrtiffri. Thft pltV D&VS nine
cents a night for each small street
light and a deduction Is to be made
each month for lights out of commission.
Kred Hennlun, county agent. Is In
Btanflcld today on business connected
with Ills work.
Wither Is Wanner.
. The weather Is warm today, the
maximum being 72.. The minimum
last night was 40. The barometer reg
Mrs. Ilanlay nt Ktore.
Htm. Anna Ktnn bur.h liarelcy, for
merly of Hayres store, has Joined the
forces of The Peoples Warehouse anil
Is tn the dry goods department.
Ilalpli IlasM'll Ijnplojul.
llalph liusscll, one of the expert
enced grocerymou of the city, has ac
cepted a position at Alexander's In the
grocery department. He will usslst
Ed Nolf, manugcr.
Home Baked Cakes
Pies and Bread
SATURDAY, BY LADIES CHRISTIAN CHURCH
FINE LINE FRESH VEGETABLES AND
Pleat- Phone your order early '
IN OUR MEAT DEPARTMENT
, Fncy Milk Fed Veal for Saturday
"101" Tomato Sausage of the r'lQl" ftualjjty.
. , YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private Exchange Connects Moth Departments.
Secretary IK-irUis Work,
Ernest Crockatt, new secretary of
I the I'endleton Automobile Association,
I began his dut'es today, He has been
'employed as city editor for the Pen-
dletor. Trloune. The association mis
quarters In the Elks' club.
Thomas Murphy Returns,
Thnm:i Vurnhv who has been at
tending University of Oregon, has re- (
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sums his studies at college. Young
Murphy has been active In student ai
falrs and was president of the ropho
(lull Milling NstKmcd
kirln n th fact the Elks Will be
using their lodge room for a big dance
on Tuesday evening tne regumi
m..nihiv mntltic ii f t hA Commercial
Association will he potitponed for one
week. The reason for tnts as expiuinoa
by President J. II. fiturgls Is that the
association wishes to use the lodge-
room for the monthly club meeting in
,.r,lpr to nrovlde a flttins home coming
for new and old members of the asso
ciation. Consequently It Is necessary
to wait a week.
Now is the time to select your graduating gifts,
even though it is early but while you can save money
you can buy almost two articles for what you can buy
one elsewhere and of the highest grade jewelry. We
are sacrificing every article in our stock. Come in and
get our prices.
The largest stock of diamonds watches, clocks,
jewelry, pearls, ivory cigarette cases, wrist watches,
cut glass in eastern Oregon in which to make your se
lection. DON'T DELAY COME NOW
Every article carries our guarantee
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Hotel Pendleton Block
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
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fVNfOMUIN nut MTT0H
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A FULL LINE Of COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
Universal Stoves &Fumaces
The body of the late Frank Sheldon
I'liich,-I'endleton Marine who lost his
life while fighting .overseas In the
Sudan sector, arrived here today and
will be burled with full military hon
ors tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. from the
Methodist church. All places oi dus
nicss will be closed from 2 to 4 p. m..
uy Mayor George Hart man s edict.
All ex-service men are to meet at 2 p.
tn. nt Hrnwn'a chattel and will RO In
a body to the funcraL They have not
bcin asked to wear uniforms but are
urged to be present..
Pendleton Is fifth In the cities of
Oregon having bank deposits of over
$1,000,000 according to a list just is
sued by Frank Bramwell, state super
Intcndcnt of banks. Pendleton's de
posits total 4,St2.18C.S5, exceeded by
Portland, Salem, Astoria and Eugene.
Athena, in the half million dollar
class has deposits of (S42.119.7S.
Salem, with four banks, has aggre
gate deposits of $7,051,871.93, while
Astoria, with a total of five banks, has
deposits aggregating $6,645,481.75.
Kugene, with four banks, is fourth on
the list with deposits totaling $5,697,
817.86, while Pendleton, with three
banks, has deposits aggregating $4.
842.186.65. Total deposits of the cit
ies having deposits of more than $500,
000 aggregate $221,563,269.29.
BUILDING OWN HOUSE
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Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
FKNOLETON'S -FADING TORR
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
Attractive new styles in Smaltz-Goodwin
Quality Footwear are inducements to early
buying. There are variations of the strap
We have received a fascinating grey
suede "Margot" two strap; also a black one
strap "Margot" with medium heel.
You who have been waiting for grey
suede will be delighted with this attractive
Let us show yop now while the lines are
This Is Mrs. John Flood of Mem
phis, Tcnn. She is CO years old
She Is building a new bungalow
all by herself. She dug the eel
lar, laid the foundation and is do
ing the carpenter work without
the aid of any man.
accounted for. We are picking up life
boats and proceeding to Seattle,
it was found, however, since the
message was sent that 10 of the pas-
rriL-Hrk and cretv ore missing, tap-
tnm E. P. Bartlett. In command of the
Governor, is one of lhi best known
deep sea mariners on the west coatt.
Hn had nlunned to leave for the cast
in n fnvv i1:ivk and imume command
'f the Keystone Btate and bring her to
Loses Ship on First Trip.
POltTLAND, April 1. (U. P.)
That Captain Bartlett lost bis ship on
his first trip is the statement of port
officials and the shipping board men
here. He Is said to have substituted
for Captain H. C. Thomas on inc pres.
er.t ill-fated trip of tho Governor,
t'aptaln Thomas had commanded the
thip for tnimy years, representatives ot
the Pacific Steamship company said.
The freighter.-West Hnrtland, regis
tered from lh!s port. She was due to
leave Vancouver, li. t.:. lor uomuay,
last night. The West Hanlnnd
welrhs 8S00 tons and was built by the
Columbia river shipbuilding company
of I oi timid.
All Arc Believed Ijost.)
SEATTLE. April 1. (U. P.) The
steamer West Hartland, with the sur
vivors of the Governor disaster, dock
ed at 10 a. m. A careful check shows
the following missing.
Mrs. W. N. Washburn and daugh
ters, Sadie and Olene.
H. Webster, a waiter.
Grant Christcnsen, assistant engi
neer. C. M. Atibritton, seaman, ' and J.
Clancy, seaman. All arc believed to be
Passenger Describes Crash
SEATTLE, April 1. -(A. P.) Til at
there was not a greater loss of life in
the accident is attributed to the vigil
ance of W. G. Thomas, the lighthouse I
keeper at Point Wilson, a mile from
the scene, Thomas heard the crash
of , the vessels and was able by a strong
glare from his light through the thin
veil of fog to ascertain Us nature. He
Immediately signalled Port Townsend !
for aid and the revenue cutter Areata, j
the coast guard, Snohomish and two
private launches responded. i
Lifeboats were lowered from both j
the governor and the West Hartluno. j
Immediately. The transfer of passen- i
gors from the doomed ship begun, the
For Expectant Mothers
Csed By Three Gekemohs
WtfTt rv SOMLIT OI SOTMCRKOOD AN. nt UBI, m
MSASniU) Rhuutos Co, Birr. !-D. Atlasta. 6.
government cutters and launches aid
ing materially. One of the few pas
sengers on deck at the time of the
collision was Miss Jessie Fox, of Seat
tle, who descrived the ramming of the
Governor. . "It was a little after mid
night," she said, "l was out on the
deck for a last breath of air before
turning In. The light of Point Wilson
off the starboard bow was plainly dis
cernible. The crash came unexpect
edly. I had not noticed the approach
of the West Hartland and the Jar al
most shook me from my feet. In
stantly the news was flashed over the
vessel and passengers scantly clad.
Poured up the hatchways and deck
doors. Officers acted cooly and
qutckly and undoubtedly prevented a
TT - TMMfijsdL-t-Mt IT I I "Tl
The Mecca of
For Saturday you will find the Table Supply a
real Mecca of good eats. We will have everything
for. you. "
Nice Cauliflower 10c per head
Strawberries 30c per backet
Winesap Apples, per box J.$1.50
Three Dozen Oranges : - 50c
Big Fine Head Lettuce .' -- - 15c
Apricots, per can 20c; 5 can for $1.00
M. J. B. Coffee (B Brand 3 pound vacuum
packed can - $1.00
An abundance of nice Veal, Beef, Mutton and
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
WEST 1I.KTUXI STItlTK VESStX
(Continued on rose 3.)
wireless opi-ruUJI's pf tho West Hart
land. reports all passengers and crew
Xcwl Attention In March or Face
May Slay Covered. .
Now Is the time to take special care
of the complexion If you wish to look
well tho rest of the year. The March
winds huve a strong tendency to bring
out freckles thut may stay all Summer
unless removed. Now is the time to
use Othlni doublo strength.
This preparation for the removal
of freckles is usually so successful that
It Is sold by druggists under guaran
tee to refund the money If It fails.
Get an ounce of Othlne double
strength, and even a few applications
should show a wonderful improve
ment, some of the smaller freckles
MIfi Margaret Wood Is cam-
Jialgnlng for a cooperative book
store on the campui at Ohio State
tTnlreralty. Only, students of the
school will be allowed to buy eom-
toon stock carrying voting power.
MERCHANDISE Of MERIT
THE BEE HIVE insists that all Merchandise which enters this Store
measures up to certain definite quality standards, whether the price be
high or whether it be low.
Everyone who makes a purchase at THE BEE HIVE has the absolute
assurance that he is getting value received, for it is a merchandising princi
ple here that Quality Must be First
The Merchandising problem which THE BEE HIVE has so successfully
solved is not one of merely merchandise; it is one of Meritorious Merchan
Chirks O. X. T. Sewing
I'nlmolitr Soap 10c
Star Itrnml Crochet -t
Cottoii IT." 15c
Thin lead blown shcrhits.
set of 6 for i.50
We are agents for the
net. It is- fully guar
anteed, and is very
satisfying to its many
If you did not get your
new spring hat in time
for Easter, and you are
still in the mood for a
new one it will more
than repay you to come
here and see our exten
sive line of flowers,
wreaths, braid, buck
ram frames, straw and
wire shapes. New ones
are arriving daily, the
quality will please you.
J. P. Coats Crochet
if.uid painted tiiliia cups ,
and saucers 33c
Thin lead Mown tumblers,
set of for f iLSO
"More for Less"
The Fool He llitsicry for
wtiiimn, ihililmi and tiifaot.
We have built up a ery
large busiiHiNK on thin lino
and it lias proven to be mure
than satlkf-ctnry to the many
users I list it has w on tn tills
evcu vaulshlng entirely.