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DAILY EAST 0HEG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1921.
News-Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
April 7 to 15 Annual Clean-
May County school Orato-
rlral and Declamatory Contest,
at hlKh school auditorium,
May 7 County school track
and field . meet at Kound-Up
May 3l', June 1, 2 and 3 State
4 Teacher Association convention,
May 81, June 1 and 2 Mate
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women's clubs.
June J4, 15, 18 Stato con-
ventlon of the a. A. R.'
September 22, 23, 24 Annual
Now ,Ji'M':'r Arrive), . hike. They "fell In" In front of the
J. J. Zimmerman, who .linn been In city hall thin morning
the watch, clock and Jewelry repair-1
Inir buMlnnHB since 1K97, has arrived In luniiimi lo llclurn
I'endleton and will he employed at Hid
liuum'a etore on Alain Htreet, He will
begin his work April 11.
WIivIchh I'honcs Next Tbliur
That KaHtern Oregon may - have
wlrcles phones bh the next murk of
development 1h lndleutcd In word re
ceived from prulr-le City. Inquiry was
made to uncertain whether tmch a util
ity would be subject to regulation at
the hand of the public service com
mlHHion. The commixHlon hue ruled
that the proposed system would be un
der Its Jurisdiction.
Try-OntM to Jto Held.
Try-outs are to be held April 23 at
the Itound-Up grounds to determine
the contestants from tho trade schools
of Pendleton in the county field and
track meet to bo held at the ground
on Saturduy, May 7. Miss Eva Han
sen .physical training teacher, Is in
charge und says that the younnslcrs,
both boys and girls, are showing a
marked Interest in Hie athletic events.
Tho children will be divided Into four
groups, according to weight, as fol
lows: Oruup-A, 70 pounds and under;
group II, 100 pounds and under;
group C, 1 1 5 'pounds und under and
group V. all obova 116 pounds.
Fred Ucnnlon, county agent, is ex
pected to return tomorrow from Chi
cago where he attended tho. big nation
al grain growers meeting.
Picture Aro Odlocted
Charles Wellington Furlong is col
lecting Ifcund-Up pictures to be used
in tho book "Let 'cr Huek"' which Is
soon to be published und which has
tho big Pendleton show as Its theme.
Colonel Furlong hus found some In
teresting pictures which will be used
lloy Keoiitx Take Hike.
Members of Troop No. 1 of the
I'endleton Hoy Scouts took a hike to .' mature vu a0 mUch toward saving
Patrols lo Ik Added
The fire patrol season In the Uma
tilla national forest will probably be.
gin ubout July 1, says J. c Kuhns,
forest supervisor. At that date, the
nine year-long employes ort the forest
will toe augmented by 19 additional
men. If a heavy fall of rain comes in
June and July, Mr. Kuhns states, the
the mission toduy under the leader
ship of Bcout Header Cornellson.
There are thirty-two members of the
troop', and a majority Joined In tho
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As announced yesterday, we are now handling
Fresh Milk $or the accommodation of our patrons.
We believe we can say without contradiction
that this, it the bet milk obtainable in the city.
Just take a quart home with you and judge for
Fresh every morning from the J. M. HARRI
SON DAIRY FARM on Birch Creek.
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
' a 301 East Court Street
rrirato Kxi-liange Connects Moth Departments.
-loi loi loi loi loi loi loi loi loi r
the forests from serious fires.
Test Firo Apiuii-ntiiH.
" Another preliminary test of tho new !
fire engine was given this morning
under the direction of Chief Itingold,
when a stream of water was thrown to
the top of the Collins Flour Mill. The
preliminary tests are being held In
preparation for the examination that
will be held some time during the com
ing week by an official underwriters'
examiner. The machine Is doing ex
cellent work In the tests that have
been held to date.
Trout Usher Fine.
A mere handful of trout, caughe be
fore the opening of the season, prov
ed rather expensive for 8cth Kiedon,
15-year-old Pendleton boy, who yes
terday was found guilty of the charge
In the court of Justlco Joe H. Parkes.
A fine of t'iS Was given the lad.
Young Kiedon had purchased a license
but the change of the opening dates
of the season from April 1 to April
15 caught him napping He was ar
rested by W. H. Albce, deputy game
Invited to Attend Convention.
All invitation from the Portland
Chamber of Commerce to the Pendle
ton Commercial Association to Join the
Portland body in attending the Eigh
th National Foreign Trade convention
which will be held at Cleveland May
4 lo May 7 has been received by Sec
retary Claud Hurr. A special car will
bp provided for the delegates who go
and the I'nlon Pacific has promised to
make a special rule for the round j
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
, Other Depts.
78 and 79
PKNDIiETOS'S lEAJDWO TORE
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
PETTICOATS THAT ARE BEAUTIFUL
Do you want to have petticoats more beautiful
than you have ever seen, with artistry of design,
coloring and skillful needlework you 11 adore
Are made from the very finest, richestpurest jersey
silk, taffeta or satin. '
They are a joy for every lover of pretty, well made
clothes. r $5.91to$r7.o0
You will look your best in the distinctive fine lines,
the ultra smart and graceful fit of
PAUL JONES MIDDIES
WEAR YOUR BEST DRESS
An "Ever Ready" guaranteed waterproof Tailored f Iines
apron protects it. Price. 81.25 and 8L50 . They look well and wear well $2.50 to $4.50
Gifts for The Graduate
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
v 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 DELAYCOME NOW
Every article carries our guarantee
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Phone 329J , Hotel Pendleton Block
IX'uionstration on 1-YMajr
A paper dreiw form dcmonntration
will be held at the library In Hermln-
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. - 4 .lirt to Pendleton by the son, D. B
onHiruiiun uKeiit. i wu uin "i.oi -
..n v. ., t .... t,,v v,.A. Lannley. Mr. and Mrs. S. Eaton,
nesdny, Mrs. Van Deusen conducted i
precsure cooker demonstration at
SUnfield and also conducted a sthool
for the making of gingham dreiaies.
(n Thursday and Friday hats and
gingham dresses were made in Colum
bia district under her direction.
Tho Round-Up Tennis Club was re
organized at an enthusiastic meeting
last night,' In the Commercial club
rooms, 'when Alger Pee was chosen
president, and Guy Johnson secretary
treasurer. D. D. Hobart, Ernest
Crockatt and' Carl Halterman were
appointed as a ground committee,
lioth men and women are eligible to
membership and the membership fee
has been reduced from (10 to $5. As
soon as the courts can be put in shape,
games will be played at the Kound-Up
Universal Coal and Wood
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N. Mcsher, who at one time was a
Tendleton resident, now of Goldendulc,
is facing a white slave charge and will
be taken to Uickleton, Washington for
a hearing before a United States com
missioner. Mesher was arrested fol
lowing tha arrest of Alice Baldwin
upon a charge of Improper conduct.
The girl came to Goldendnle with
Mcsher early In March and passed at
hiH wife, but on her arrest admitted
they were not married. She said she
first became associated with Mesher in
Pendleton, a year ago. The woman
ave her age an IS years and said that
her parents lived at Detroit Mich.
Knii Rradfield Mrs. Cora Walters
and Cliff Eaton, all relatives. W. S
Spears, deputy sheriff, who is a nephew
of Mr. Langley's. was at the frain to
bid his uncle and aunt good-bye. Mr.
Spears came here from Springfield
four years ago.
Gun Shoot Sunday Afternoon
The regular weeKiy shoot In the
Spokesman-Review Telegraphic tour
nament will be held Sunday at g.ollins'
park. The hours for the sport, will be
between 10 and 2.
Accepts X" rosl'lo"
F. A. Clarke, well known in Pendle
ton, who was recently with the Colum
bia Basin wool warehouse, has accept
ed a position with the firm of Hollo
well, Jones and Donald, a wool firm.
His headquarters are at Portland. He
reports that there Is no market for
wool at Portland.
Conclude Pleasant Visit.
Mr. and, Mrs. D. G. Lang-Icy 'left
yesterday afternoon for Denver where
they expect to visit for about a week
with a daugther before going on to
their homo at Springfield, Mo. They
have just concluded a visit here with
their, son, W. B. Langley, who lives
near Freewuter. This was the elder
Lungley's first visit to the west, ami
he was very much pleased with con-
ltcadlng Certificates Granted
One hundred eighty one reading
certificates have been issued to county
school pupils by the county, library
since November. Of the local schools.
Hawthorne leads with a total, of 45
reading certificates. Of . the rural
schools, Stanfleld, with 29, leads, with
Athena second with Hi and Ukiah third
with 21. rklah pupils, however, have
more per capita certificates than' an)
other rural school The certificates
show that the youngsters are reading
more non-fiction books now than in
the past and that the books are of a
higher standard. All are from the
state list or from the school lists pro
vided by the department of education, i
Each child reads 10 books and then
gives a review, answering 10 Questions
contained in a blank provided by the
library. This entitles the child to a
certificate. Red, Blue and Gold seal?
are used on the certificates which are
so attractive in design that many ot
the children have had thei copies
BILL WILL PUT IDLE
Protection is Aimed to Save
Agriculture and Would Not
Increase Consumer's Price.
WASHINGTON. April 9. (U. P.)
The emergency tariff bill will put 3,
OflO.000 idle Americans back to work.
Congressman Young of North Dakota
in charge ot the bill, declared. Young
said the protection, aimed to save the
American agrictulture and probably
would not increase prices to the con
sumer. . .
OREGON Tuesday Apr. 1 0 t
Theatre t One Night i
t The Seventh and Greatest Edition .
AT THE SEASHORE
GOOD, CATCHY, CLEVER COMEDY
( MUSIC, DANCERS . (J
And a Real Beauty Singing and Dane- p
ing Chorus The Latest in 4
Musical Comedy. 4
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ITOLAIR W. (TONY) DYSON
RUG AND CAKPET SPECIALIST
I make old Bugs look new and
preserve appearance of new ones.
I clean on your" floor or take
them away. 6 years In Pendleton.
POSITIVELY EVERYTHING NEW
PRICES 75c to $1-50 4
soota nn Snip at. Pfionles Warehouse NOW A
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Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department
Spring Training Is On!
Universal Stoves &.Fumaces
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f'More for Less"
You will be enthusiastic about the
good things and the good values at this
Fair employes, ot tha Edison Lamp Works ot Harrison, N. J.,'
: hare hopped to .the spring training idea this season, as shown by tha
above picture, taken in a ball park In Harrison. Last year the girls
ks4 oracUng good teams In baseball, basketball and track work. '
i GETTING !
- A new supply of the Ever Ready Wa
terproof aprons, in new patterns and
shapes,' await your approval. Prices
ranging from 98c to $1.65.
We are daily receiving new shapes in
hats and new trimmings.
Children's Hats ranging In price from
$1.75 to $3.50.
Ladies' Percale Aprons, a large assort
ment. Choice, 90c.
Children's play Suits, made of blue d
enim. Choice, 90c.
Ladies Crepe Handkerchiefs, at 25c.
Hair Ribbons at 38c yard.
American Maid Crochet Cotton, 3 for
Novelty Bracelet, latest thing out
Our price is 50c each.
We are glad to announce the arrival
of several new patterns in dinner ware.
We again have the Blue Bird Pat
terns, in sets and open stock. A set of
53 pieces, $16.20.
Be sure to see these New Davenport
pattern on dinner ware. We feel sure
that you will like it Set of 64 pieces,
A MARKED REDUCTION!
Good, serviceable Turkish hand towel,
28x16. Very special at 15c each
From the way our frade has been in
creasing, we know that folks are becom
ing more and more to know this store a3
the VALUE CENTER of Pendleton for
the merchandise which we carry. We
want you to feel the atmosphere of
friendlieness about this store and the
pleasure which it affords us to show
goods whether you purchase or not. We
want everyone, far and near, to know us
as we want to know them; to feel this is
"your store" and to realize we are here to
serve you in the best and most economi