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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL 13, 1021
News Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OP EVENT
April 7 to 16 Annual Clean
May 8 County school Orato
rical and Declamatory Content,
at hlKh school auditorium.
May t County school track
and field meet at Kound-L'p
May 11, 12, 13 Slate Parent
Teacher Association oonventlon.
May 31, June 1 and 2 Htata
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women's clubs.
June 14. 15, 16 State con
ventlonxf the O. A. 11.
September 22, 23. 24 Annual
1', T, A. convention to be held In ren
dition May 11, 12 and 13. Beside
tlio playlet, ltev. ciuoi-KO U ('lurk,
puNtor of tho Presbyterian church, will
speuk nnd there will be pluno und vo
cal numbers, us well as choruHcs by
tho curls' Glee Club.
Spook at 11 lot J lock.
Kev. George U Clark and Judge
Stephen A. Lowell were speakers Tues
day evening at a rousing Wg Urother
banquet which was held at Pilot Hock.
"A Cose of Suspension" Is tho title
for a playlet to be Riven nt the high
school tonlKht under the auspices of
the high school Parent Teacher Asso
Uiimdiy Moil Postpone Meeting.
The meeting of the executive com
mittee of tho Oregon Laundry Own
era' association, which was scheduled
tb be held in Pe'dleton, Saturday,
April 16, has been postponed another
week. Inability of some of the com
mitteemen to be present ut the earlier
date Is responsible for the chunge, ac
cording to James B." Welch, Pendle
ton member of the committee,
of tho leading laundry owners of the
state belong to the exeoutlve commit
slcul events of the season. A large
deleKiUion from Pendleton will be
present. This will probubly be the
last opportunity for several yeurs to
hear the great musician as he has
been engaged for an extensive tour of
the Orient and South America.
Indian til Washington.
James Kush Kush und Allen Patuwa
have gone to Wusblngton, I). C on a
matter of Interest to the Indians.
Has Begun HlH'arlng
Tom lioylen, sheepman, has begun
sheurlng on his ranch near Putter
Creek. Several thousand head of the
woolles will be robbed of their fleeces
Eleven j within the next few days.
Pianist's lU-pnwutaUvo Here.
Miss Alinu Voedlsch, western rep
resentative for Leopold Oodowsky,
one of the world's greatest pianists,
passed through Pendleton this morn
Inir nml tmlil the Kasl Oregonlun a vis-
It. Mr. Oodowsky will appear at the ! Cluiiilaiiqua Bates Ket.
I'eiiee Is Knocked Down.
Tho fence at the Joe Phillips resi
dence on the corner of Alta und Col
lege streets wus knocked down and
tho bark of a tree badly torn yester
day when an automobile ran across
the curb and over the sidewalk. The
driver Is unknown.
Keylor Grand In Walla Walla Thurs
day evening, and music lovers ot 1'en
diet on are looking forward to this
concert which Is one of the big lr.u-
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1 This Is a Fine Time g
TO PLANT YOUR POTATOES. JL
We have the following Seed in stock: I
i AMERICAN WONDER ?
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EARLY ROSE 2
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1 301 East Court Street 3
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I I'ritale Exchange Connects Ituth Department, o
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July 1(1 to 16 have been set us the
dates for the minimi Chautauqua in
Pendleton, according to announce
ment mode by tho Elllson-Whlte
Chautauqua Co. Among the stellar at
tractions are Peter Clark Macfarlune.
Journalist and short story writer, and
Zllhjalmur Stefanson, arctic explorer.
Hoth aro celebrities.
How does the busy little monk improve
He scratches his head from morn till night,
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
' Phono 32BJ Hotel Pendleton Block
When in doubt ask Hanscom. He knows?
Never it A Klriko
Lvninn Hlce. Herb Green, Hnrold
lirock. Hob Saunders of Pendleton and
Carl Bracher of Pilot Hock returned
from the Columbia Sloughs Tuesday
afternoon where they went Monday
on a fishing trip. Stimulated by the
success of a party from here Sunday,
the boys hud ambitions of landing
some big black bass, but they never
got a strike. '
funeral Well Attended.
Scores of people attended the funer
al of the late Frank Cunha. held at
Hie CathoL'c church In Kcho yester
day. The floral offerings were very
beautiful and wero in great profusion.
Among the Pendleton people who mo
tored to Echo for the services were J.
V. Tallman, Colonel J. H. Haley. Roy
Haley, Charles Bond, Wilhird Bond,
K. J. Sommervllle, It. W. Kletchcr, J.
E. Ellins, Joe Cox, Harry Hextcr, Curl
Cooley and Roy Alexander.
Office Ore Entered.
Some unknown marauder entered
the dental offices of Dr. F. L Ingram
and Dr. L. D. Idleman In the Bond
building last night and ransacked the
rooms. One of Dr. Idleman's cabi
nets was forced open but nothing was
Uiken, While the knob of the safe In
Dr. Ingram's office was removed and a
revolver stolen. No other articles
were missed and it Is thought the
prowler was In search of drugs. En
trance was made through the transom.
Kxpeet Influx of Farmers.
That a tralnload of farmers from
the Middle West may he expected to
pay Oregon a visit during July with
the Intention of buying land and set
tllntr Is the Information carried In a
letter that has been received at the of
rice' of the Commercial Association
from the secretary of the Oregon State
Chamber of Commerce. An Interest
ing Itinerary Is being arranged for the
visitors, and the Pendleton organiza
tion has been asked to assist in the
tvork. Owing to the diversity of inter
ests that Umatilla county has to offer
fcr farmers In the way of wheat land,
fruit land and irrigated land, an ef
fort will be made to secure a share of
the Immigrants for this county.
Jewish Holiday Coining.
The Passover, one of the Jewish
holidays, will be celebrated this year
beginning Friday, April 22 and con
tlnuing a week, the concluding day
I being April 29. The festival of Pass
over, called In Hebrew "Pesach,
reaches back to remote antiquity when
It was observed by the early Hebrew
tribes as an agricultural spring festi
val. At an early period Pesach was
transformed Into a festival celebrating
the redemption ol the Hebrews from
Egyptian slavery. During the Pass-
over week the "Matzoth, unleavened
I bread. Is eaten. This food, described
as the "brend of affliction," Is a sym
bol reminding the present generation
of the hasty Exodus of Israel from
tho land of oppression.
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
SUOIM OVM UMPCR
ATENTED Uf T HEY FUTt
WIDE It SHALLOW
IMMOVABLE DUPUX MATES
SANITARY U IMl
KEY PLATE TOP
DOUBLE OVEN BACH rMCUAIN URED
HITE PORCELAIN DOOR FRONT
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PORCELAIN FlUE BOTTOM
CLEAN OUT DOOR1
A FULL LINE OF COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
k w ij m
Flrmini to Olctirnte Tonight.
Members of the city fire depart
ment of Pendleton will hold an annu
al meeting this evening at 6 o'clock
at the city hall. A dinner is being
prepared which will be served. The
A RAW, SORE THROAT
Eases Quickly When You
Apply a Little Musterole.
And Musterole won't blister like
the old-fashioned mustard plaster,
just spread it on with your fingers,
it penetrates to the sore spot with a
gentle tingle, loosens the congestion
and draws out the soreness and pain.
Musterole is a clean, white oint
ment made with oil of mustard. It
is fine for quick relief from sore
throat; bronchitis, tonsilitis,croup, stiff
neck, asthma, neuralgia, headache,
congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum
ago, pains and aches of the back or
mts, sprains, 8oremuscles,bruises,chil
blains, frosted feet, colds on the chest
Nothing like Musterole for croupy chiU
drcn. Keep it handy for instant use.
36c and 65c jars; hospital size 3.U0
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
TKS DLETO Jl '8 LEADING TORE
Use the Thoncs
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
Fabrics Chiffon, Taffeta, Canton Crepes,
Crepe de Chine.
Colors Black, navy, Copen and rose.
Trimming Beads, laces, cording, gros grain
Features Embroidered tunics, long or short
sleeves, plain or draped skirt.
Fabrics Tricotine, Taffeta, Canton Crepe,
Georgette Satin, Georgette and Tricolette com
binations. Colors Brown, navy, black, grey and rose.
Trimming Wide girdles, flearing tunics,
Jackets in tuxedo ef
fects and fancy belt
ed models, silk lined
SAYING GOOD BYE TO "MODEL" BLOUSES
A prfav nhii h will fiiMl new owners for every last oik- of these
blouses In a very short time. They are Mutism made by the best tie
(toners. (icitrtiflW, Satin, I-aec Combination of lace ami (H'orifttr.
Tlie reeulatlon and bvcrbloust effeits. Short or long sleeves, high
or low neck, colors tail, brown, lavcuder, rose or tan.
event this year will he In the nature
of a celebration of the acquisition of
the new big Stutz fire truck. Members
of the city council and other adminis
trative office -will he special guests
at the meeting this evening. . .
Humors Come 'to the Surface in the
spring as in no other season. They
don't run themselves all off that way.
however, but mostly remain in the sys
tem. Hood's . Sarsaparilla removes
them, wards off danger, makes good
Contest at Store.
The reonles Warehouse has dis
played In its show window dozens of
cans of fruit and Is conducting
hv the American Charge D'Affaira;
Summerlin. in Mexico City, that Obre-
guessing contest as to the number of gon gaVe his assurance tht no Ameri
cans on display. Any adult or child t,n property would be disturbed in the
is eligible to enter the contest, for ; proposed expropriation of land,
which the prizes will be canned fruit, j
SiKVlnl Meeting Tonight
A special service, for which the topic
will be "Christian Team-work Plus"
will be held tonight at 7:30 at .the
First Christian Church. Si Reetz will
lead a short song service after which
the minister, HeV. V. A. Gressman,
will give an address. The meeting Is
the second of a series, the first having
been held last Wednesday evening.
AH EST COLDS
S gi CIS
Apply over throat and uiesl
cover with hot flannel cloth.
Orv. 7 Milfim Jan UeJ Ycarb
Farmers Meeting Friday
The purpose and plans of the United
States Grain Growers Corporation will
be discussed by Fred Bennlon, county '
agriculture agent, at a committee
meeting or tne f arm uureau in inn
Commercial Association rooms Friday (
evening. Mr. Hennlon attended the. i
Chicago meeting recently and will ex
plain what transpired during the ses- ;
uions. Farmers from the wheat grow-
lug communities and other farmers ot
the county are expected to attend the :
meeting Friday night.
( a. m. to 5 p. m.
In All Branches.
Universal Stoves &fiimaces
Itoturhins Hear Speakers.
Fred Bennlon, county agent who
just returned to Pendleton from Chi
cago after attending a national con
vention for perfecting the plans of the
United States Grain Growers' Corpor
ation, spoke today at tho weekly
luncheon of the Kotiiry Club. S. H.
Thompson, secretary of the club, told
of the Hotarians' district convention
which ha attended recently in Seattle.
Guests ar the luncheon were Colonel
Charles Wellington Furlong who is
writing the Itound-Up book, "Let 'er
Muck," and Harry Hanfield, of the
firm of Parker & Ilanfield, contrac
tors. The luncheon was, as usual, held
In the Elks' club with 23 ltotaiiuns
Good Prunes, per pound 10c
Fowler Lemon Clingr Peachea, No. 2 1-2 can, ea. 25c
Armour Toilet Soap, Witch Hazel, Oatmeal or
Butter Milk, each 05c
Shaata Jelly or Preserves, assorted flavors, each 25c
Swift's White Scap, each 05c
Maine Queen Sardines, each -r. - 10c
Hcmrich's Mince Clams, each 20c
Marshmellow Creme, extra fine, 12 oz. jars, each 50c
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
U. S. WINS DIPLOMATIC
"POPULAH rOH CNICATION"
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBES6
AT YOUR DPUCGIST
WASHINGTON, April 13. (A. t..
Hradford, U. P. Stuff Correspondent.)
The United States won an Important
diplomatic fight with the Obregon
government of McNiro. according to
state department advices. Jt Is learn
ed that the department had protested
-n the Mexican government agalast
stops to expropriate vniuuuie Am, ichii
farming land In that country for divi
slen among Mexican peons. Secretary
ot state Hushes has now been advisen
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOlt SALE Port Roadster Inquire
Motor Inn Uarage.
FOlt KENT Front hfedroom
per week 321 Garden St,.
Wonderful Values Are Here for You
We have just received a new ship
ment of Stamped Goods. Among them
we have, the All Over Apron, also the
house apron stamped in the best of de
signs, with not too much work on them.
Still they are in a class all to themselves.
Our stock is right and so is the price.
Children's Hose, sizes from 4 to 6 1-2,
at 25c the pair. This is not a cheap spec
ial, but worth the money kind. Yoa will
be pleased with them.
Ladies' Hose at 15c the pair.
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Less"
A BIG SPECIAL
buys the best Coverall
that money can buy.
The best Hair Net on
2 for 2oo
Beads, Trimming Beads, l."c
Making your dollars feel
good can be accomplished by
spending them with this
store. They purchase values
of highest quality marked at
the lowest rks. Our bust
ness policy is one of profit
sharing whereby we save you
money by gtrtiuc you more
for It. Thus the reason for
West Electric Curlers, five on the
Darning cotton, the ball, Sc.
Colored Lawn, Bias Tapes, all colors.
WHILE THEY LAST
buys the best Ladies'
Percale Apron that
money can buy.
baby rubber pants, the
Hand made Chocolates, spec
ial this week, only 50c the pound.
A satisfied customer Is,
after all, our host advertise
ment. This partly accounts
for being one or the brt ad
vertised stores In this clir.
In other words we make
good. Hear thU In mind when
purchasing anything of this
establishment and remember,
R must be worth tlie money
paid or jour-WMMiejr Iw. .