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DAILX EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1021.
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
April ,7 to lGAnnilal, Clean.
Up week., ,
May 6 County school Orato
rical and Declamatory Content,
at high school auditorium. '
May 7 rCounly . achool track
and field meet at Hound-Up
Mny 11, 12, 138tate Parent
Teacher Association convention.
Mny 11, June 1 and 2 State
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women'! clubs,
June 14, IS, 16 State con
vention of the Q. A. R. '
(hptemher 22, 2J. 24 Annual
'Inning. Hickman and Cransbaw each
got one home run for the Incula.' The
hiitterloa were French und WrlKlit for
the Tigers and Illrikle and Leffner for
the PIrutes. French struck out 15
men. A feature of the game wan the
spectacular catch made by Hickman
who ran back for a cutch far behind
ei;oii (I, fell Just an he made bin catch,
turned several sommersaults and came
up with the ball In Mh hund. The
Tigers are strengthened, and they ex
poct to give ill the smaller team a
run for their money. They have no
game scheduled for next Sunday ait
yet, but they expect to play I'aHco,
Washington, April 24.
tViloml Tiger Vktors.
In what Id reported to have been
"a rattling good game" the Pendleton
Colored Tiger look the Pilot Hock
I'lraten to a grubbing Sunday after
noon on the I'lraten' around. The
score wan U to IS, the I'llot Rock !HCH"lon
Duo wan fined $5 thin morning In po
lice court by Judge Filz Gerald. He
waH arrested by the police. Indian
Mahody wan fined and paid $10 on a
charge of being drunk. .
Busi-mcnl Is OiiiciiH'd
Workmen are putting a cement floor
In the basement of the Folitom under
taking parlora. The space la used as a
Htore room by Ralph Folnum.
Fred Reunion In Wcttlon
Fred Ben,nlon, county agriculture
agent III In Weston toduy Unloading a
car of distillate. It Mas ordered
through the Umatilla county Farm
aggregation making most of tin tallica
In the third and scvoptb. ' The loculs
atarted out wltb three In their half of
the first, and they added score every
Alls After Violators.
Vlolatom of the fix h Inn law are
finding hard roads to travel when they
happen to run foul of W. H. Albee,
deputy warden. Saturday three al
leged violator!) were arreiited, 0.
Hchruder on McKay creek for fishing
without a license,-.' and two hoys.KI
mcr I'oxckar and'Ciarene Thlm were
also arrested with trout In their poa-
Keth ltcliVn, found guilty
folk's Directory Delivered.
I'olk'a directory of I'liiatllla and
Morrow counties, work on which has
been under v ay for several months,
has been finished, and iieiiv.ij oi
copies was made today. The new di
rectory Is attractively put up und
contains 243 pages of Inforniatio j i,r,d
tdvcrtlslng of the two counties.
Saturday, Is uliout SO years old.
JIiMl No Tail Mailt
For failure to have a tail light John
t WE SELL
CLEAN, RICH AND SWEET
"You Can Depend on "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Private Exchange Connects Itoth Departments. "
-101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 v
'Dwlde Slogan Winner Tonight.
, When the victors and vanquished
teams of the Pendleton' Commercial
Association are entertained at the
home of President and Mrs. James H.
Sturgls this evening, the winner of
the slogan contest will be determined.
Several hundred slogans were submit
ted during the contest which will tax
the judicial qualities of the Judges In
Making Offkdal Test. .
The official test of the new fitutz
fire eng.ne Is under way this after
noon. The test Is being held under
the direction of Inspector Wagner of
Portland, representing the state or
ganixatlon of fire underwriters' asso
ciation. ' A continuous tent for three
hours Is scheduled for the apparatus,
and If It proves acceptable to the as
sociation, it will shortly go Into use
How does the busy little monk improve each waiting
minute? ' '
He scratches his head from morn till night, because
there's millions in it
There may not be a million in it for you, but there
is a 25 per cent, discount and that helps some.
An accumulated stock unable to be moved when the
moving .was supposed to be good, now necessitates the
. mowing down process. Your opportunity to buy now
anything from the high grade well selected stock of
Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry in . ,
Hanscom's Jewelry. Store
Phone S20J Uotel Pendleton Block
When in doubt ask Hanscom. He knows?
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
:0MBlMATIOK SMOKE t CHECH
KEY PLATE TOP
DOUUCOVEN MCI PMCtUIN UHED .
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REMOVABLE WPLEI CRATES
SANITARY U IASI
OVER BOOR LININC
PORCELAIN FLUE MTTOH
A FULL LINE Of COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
00SZ - will
'mrersal Stores &Fumaces
DrnMinstnUkms to lie 'Held
Planter dress form demonstrations
arc to be held tomorrow and Thursday
at Xolln by Mrs. Edith G. Van Dcu
sen, hdme demonstration agen,t. On
Friday, Mrs. Van Deusen will teach
Hermlston women tin make paper dress
forms and on Saturday how to make
gingham dresses.' For VtjdneBday, she
will teach Echo women how to make
Wants to Come to Pendleton. '
Secretary Claud 15arr. of the Com
mercial Association has received an
inquiry from the prelsdent of Hamil
ton's I'nlversity of Commerce In
which he gives information of the
desire on the part of a young woman
who is a graduate bookkeeper to come
to Pendleton to work. She has rela
tives here. Iteforii'ces of the young
woman may bo seen ut the offices of
ItepreNcntH Oregon on Hoard.
Claude Ilarr has received notice
from the national office of the Nation
al Association of Commercial Organi
zation Secretaries that he has been
placed on the ailvlsory board of the
organization representing Oregon. He.
attended the convention of tho work
ers last October at Chicago. Tho hon.
or conferred on the local man will as
sist materially in keeping the funi s ol
Pendleton before the public.
Ilanilcys Kiijoy Trip. i
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hamley and dau-'
ghter Gladys, accompanied by Mrs.
Charles Hampton, returned Sunday
evening from aa overland trip to Ken
drlck, Idaho, where they visited old
frienda they had not seen for seven
years. They report the roads very
good along the greater part, of their
course. The Hamleys lived at Ken
dick for fourteen years before coming
to Pendleton Blxtecn years ago. They
made the trip by way of Dayton and
I.ewlnlon. Mr. Hamley Is a member
of the firm of Hamley and Co.
Conferences to be Held
Several child conferences are sched
uled for various county towns In May,
says Mrs. Edith O. Van Deusen, home
demonstration agent. The dates are
Weston, May 3 and 4; Hermistop, May
6 and 7 and I'llot Rock, May 12 and 13.
Children under school age are to be
examined by physicians and mothers
will be given talks on nutrition by Mlse
I-nssle Lane, specialist, of O. A. C, who
ill be in the county to assist Mrs.
Van Deusen. The conferences will be
followed by three months of "follow
up" work. In no sense, Mrs. Van Dcu.
sen states, are the conferences compe
titive contests. There will be.no prises
given, as the conferences aro merely
to test the children not to find out
what children excel in health. Before
the conferences, the children will be
registered, the project leaders being
Mrs. Henry Sommerer, of Hermiston;
Mrs. H. Mclteynolds, of Pilot Rock and
Mrs. U I. O Harra of Weston.
Contests HeM at K,lHiI .
Hobert Blshon won first nlni. i .i,.
declamatory contest for the sixth, scv,
enth and eighth irrndns f 1 1 i-
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
rENDtETON'B IKAWJiO TORK
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
$2.00 to S2.50
Gives splendid wear and is
really THE spring-time silk.
You can choose the color
most to your liking now
from our stock. The texture
of these taffetas is of the
best and they are heavy
enough to suit the styles now
so popular. 36 in. wide and
it takes about 5 yards to the
Imported Pongee Silks, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
" At last a pongee silk you'll like to work with and
wear. It is dustless, of good firm weave, all silk and
will wear like linen. Specially good for dresses,
children's coats, men's shirts, pajamas and the like.
33 inches wide and comes in three qualities. Buy
your needs now. -
THOSE NEW LACE FLOUNCINGS
of navy, brown and gray of the NEW CHANTILLY
arid RADIUM LACES. Full skirt , widths and of
beautiful designs. If you use these laces you need
: no other trimmings. Have a look at them in our
NEW! ORGANDIE SCALLOPS
39c TO $1.00 YD.
- Entirely new these organdie scallops for collars
and cuffs. Also can be hemstitched on to organdie
f louhcings, etc. They come in colors embroidered in
contrasting shades. Be sure to see these, they are so
dainty and attractive. .
Attractive new styles in Smaltz-Good-
in Quality Footwear are inducements to
early buying. They are variations of the
strap slipper. '.- j Z'lH
We have received a i 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
slipper. i '
Let us show you
now while the lines are
school In the preliminary contests held
this morning. Thomas Montgomery
won second and Gordon Keene third.
The winner will represent the upper
grades of the 'school in the sectional
contest to be held at the high school
next Saturday. . For the lower grades
of Lincoln, no decision was reached
today because ivo contests tied for
first place- Each school will send a
representative from each division to
the sectional contest to determine who
will represent the section in the counrj
contest to be held here Slay T. Wash-
inuton and Hawthorne' schools have
not yet held their school contests. The
contestants .are graded on voice. In
terpretation of thought, poise, pronun
ciation, articulation and enunciation,
and rhetorical effect. Much . is at
stake this year as the winners in the
county contest Will go to Salem for
the state contests.
Mrs. Arkrll Dies.
Mrs. Esther E. Arkell. wife of J. F.
Arkcll, of Pilot Rock, died at her
home Saturday at the age of 26 years.
She was born in lcbanon and came to
this county In 1899. Her marriage oc
curred In 1913. She is survived by
her husband, three children, Daniel,
Eleanor and Pearl, a sister, Mrs. Dan
McDonald, and a brother, Earl Salt
marsh. Funeral' services will be held
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. from the
TAKES LAURELS FROM
PHILADELPHIA. April 11 (A. P.
Do you doubt the story in our school
history books which taught us that
Itetsy Ross designed the American
Flag in 1776? Louis Harecroft Hunk,
an attorney and major of ordnance in
the reserve corps, declares that the
story Is a fake. Runk, in a book he
has just published, entitled "The Birth
of Our Flag and Flag Eliquet." says
Betsy Ross' story "rests solely on her
own testimony, which is absolutely
uncorroborated, and the best histori
ans today consider It without histori
"It is earnestly claimed by the de
scendants of Betsy Ross that on or
about June 1, 1776, she was waited up- ,
on at her home. 239 Arch Street, Phi
ladelphia, by General Washington and
an alleged committee of the Continen
tal Congress; that they asked her to
mukA n f 1 i nnri that Hh. nramiHnl tn
try; that they showed her a drawing)
whose proportions she criticised and
that General Washington himself al
tered the drawing according to her
suggestion," says the book.
"Betsy was a lady of lively imagi
nations and short memory as is shown
by her ability to wed three times in
"Her story rests solely on her own
testimony which is entirely uncorro
borated and the best historians today
consider it without any historical
The book declares that Washington
visited Philadelphia in 1776 for only
that any may have about Betsy Ross,
but my duty is to give the Impartial
verdict of American historians," the
CHOICE OF PRESIDENT
CAXTOX, April 11. (U. P.) Dr.
Sun Yat Een was elected president of
the Chinese republic. 218 parliament
members voted for him, with only
tour voting against. Great rejoicing,
parades and fire works greeted the
two weeks and he nor the allegcr Con- announcement.
gressionnl committee or its records "
ever mentioned such a visit to Betsy For Colds, irlp or Influenxa
Ross. Runk. in his book sites several and as a Preventive, take GROVE'S
other incidents in history which he laxative BROMO QUININE. Tablets.
says substantiate his claim. The genuine bears the signature of B.
"It is regrettable if 1 overthrow any 1 W. Grove. (Be sure you get BROMO.)
childhood traditions or local rride 30c. Adv.
Tom Foster Dies.
Tom Foster, until two years ago a
resident of this city, died this morning
in Ijx Grande, according to word re
ceived today by Pendleton friends. Mr.
Foster, who was 85 years of age had
been ill for some time. He Is sur
vived by a wife and five year old son,
also his parents. The funeral servi
ces will be held on Wednesday with
members of the Masonic lodge,, of
which Mr. Foster was a member, ill
charge. He was also a member of the
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. ,
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
OAKS BEAT IlKKS.
SALT LAKE CITY. April It. (A.
P.) Oakland took both games of yes
terday's double header, 3 to 1 and 5
to i. The Oaks' hits were more time
ly than those of the Bees In the first
game. In the second game, Miller's
homer with one on In the sixth Inning
tied the score and the visitors' bunch
ed hits for the winning run tn the
ninth. Each club won two of the four
games played in tho series. Club of
ficials placed yesterday's attendance at
kkconh kohukkv occrns.-
BUTTR. April 11. (L" P.) The
Delovare Jrwelry store was robbed a
second time within '.a week by thieves
who again took only watches, scorn
ing diamonds and precious : stones.
There were three other robberies dur
ing the past two weeks of the same
tj-pe, wltb only watches taken. i
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Uu"
You will be enthusiastic about the
good things and the good values at this
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.
Ar.eriean 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 trade has been in
creasing, we know that folks are becom
ing more and more to know this store as
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