East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 16, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAILY EAST OEECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1921.
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Social and Club News
1'lUWl UA.f IH UEI'IiATKH.
Ijml HidkIh " Vuirnla enncert pro
gram will hy request tin repeated to
morrow hfternoon at the county li
lirury. The reading looms are open
from two until five: i
Nneturne in 1) flut (Chopin I Miseha
Klmnn. i
M:c of Vonr Kyi's (Ailhur l'enn)
Kmnci'ii Aliln !
Borne, here n Voice l Oiling K:leen
Xewtun Arthur K. Tate) John;
McOormnek.
A Prenm (room )y Chun. try Mti-j
ic ly J. .'. Harllettt John Mo-j
Cormaclv. I
llnmoremiue (Dvorak, op. No. Tl!
M'xha Klmnn.
A Utile Hit ' Honey (V. (i. Wilson-
I'arrie JucoIib lioml) Kvan Wll
linm. Just A-wearln' For You (Slanton-Ja-:
rohd-BoncK Kvan Williams. j
Snl lull Craille SonR, Alum Ciluek
Kftem Zlmtmllxt. I
I'll Take Tou Home Ash In Kathleen.)
Clarence Whiteh.ll.
Unnjo Sons (Howard Weeden Sidney
Homer) Mme Homer Miss Louise
Homer.
Blie'i the Lass for Me (Ijiuiier) Harry
louder.
ltoamin' In the Ciloamin' (Lauder)
Harry Ijiuder.
O-mlao (Hubav) Maud Towell.
(iaideu of Memory (Theodore I'urton-
Khssi II 1'litlhpsi Kmilio do (luiiora.
KiKolettu l'araphrnse do Concert
t Ver.li-I.isr.l) Alfred Cortot.
V'AUTV IS ,l'tVKSSI'VU
Twenty-four Inhlea of hridpe were In
play yesterday afternoon at the lvl
phian ('lull's benefit card party In the
library club room. Kach member of
the club was responsible for one tnhlo.
Mrs. ny Haley carried off the hifch
score trophy. Carnations and blood
ing hearts formed a pleasing decora
lion and refreshments were served
during the afternoon. Proceeds from
the party are to be used for defraying
the expenses of the state Federation
convention to tie held In 1'endleton
May SI and June 1, 2 and S. Reside
the sum derived from the benefit yes
terday, an ndditional sum was secured
through the auctioning of cakes by
Mrs. J. T. Hichardson.
UllANI) MATROX To VISIT.
Mrs. Ida I'mbach, of Lnkevlevr.
worthy grand matron of the Order of
Kastern Star, will pay her official vis
it to Hushee chapter No. 19 on April
2rt. The local chapter Is planning
special features for the meeting which
Mrs. I'mbach will attend.
.
MISS KIA'M TO VISIT
Miss Amy Klum will arrive this
evening from Portland and will be the
guest of Mrs. Kdna Morrison.
MRS. PKI'ITT UKTI'IIXS
Mrs. Cosbio rruitt and little datigh
' ter, Mary Helen, are being welcomed
In Pendleton after an extended visit
; in southern California and In Port
I land. They are residing at the Secur
ity Apartments.
HKTTKNS TO PASCO.
Mrs. Clara Marshall Hicks, who has
been visiting friends in Pendleton, left
today for her home In Pasco,
MRS. ALKXAXDER VISITS
Mrs. Carrie Alexander, of Spokane,
Is a guest at the home of her father,
J. M. Bentley.
GCEST AT BY REE WOME
Miss Jean Dale Is a guest at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Ilybeo on
Hush street.
VISITORS FROM ATI! EX A
Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith, of Athena,
were In the city yesterday.
T II i: SHOP O F U K ITEK VALUES
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NEW
SPORTS
APPAREL
JERSEY SPORT
. SUITS.
JERSEY JACKETS
i in navy, brown, golf
green, scarlet, sand,
Havana, Copen, ets.
Extra Values
TGI , ,
SPORT SUITS IN JERSEY
AT $25.00 TO $35.00.
L.,fl-
OVER T A Y L O It HARDWARE CO,
Books
For the Children
(We have just received a shipment of the
BILLY WHISKER BOOKS
LITTLE RED HEN SERIES
MOTHER GOOSE COMPLETE STORIES
BLACK SAMBO
WEE PETER PUG
FAIRY TALES OF OLD
PETER RABBIT SERIES
and several others that the small children will enjoy.
THOMPSON'S DIG STORE
MRS. TEMPLE VISITS.
Mrs. Clrover Temple of Helix,
Pendleton visitor today.
Is a
BE HI nil
BREAD
We sell Pendleton Baking Co. and Oregon Baker
Bread exclusively. Our price today:
LARGE, 2 LOAFS FOR ..: 25c
SMALL, 3 LOAFS FOR 25c
With flour and all other materials that goes in-
to bread at a very low level, we look for further
declines, and will be pleased to pass this along to
our customers. ,
"PROGRESS WITH PENDLETON"
PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
SEVKItK STOUM HIT
(Continued from page I.)
n heavy snowfall and sleet tied UP
traffic and dnmnued some property.
In Colorado A heavy snowfall block
ed the railroads and tied up tele
phone and telegraph wires. In Ne
braska A heavy snowfall caused j
wires o fall down and all railroads
are blocked.
the
. THOMAS "aal
SHOP
PORTLAND. Or., Apr!'. IS. (t. P.)
Lavender pirates cruising Nob Hill.
link "confidence games'' in Lone
Fir cemetery. I
Green murders at the home of the I
chief of police.
.And orange bootleggers operating i
at the mayor's house.
All this yea, even more because
some doughty copper, flat of feet and
l-Jrest Ivory of head, sought to amuse
himself by moving little colored pins
abovt on a map at police headquarters.
P'.rtland, be it known, had Just In
putlled the Berkeley police system,
made nationally famous by Police
Chief August Vollmar of the California
city. Portland's chief, I V. Jenkins,
hurt just returned from Berkeley after
completing a thorough "course" under
Volitner.
The map on which the startling en
ler;iriei recounted above were shown,
was one of the first Vollmer innova
tions to be installed. It had the en
tire city la'd out, each recent crime :
"pegged." Coppers were supposed to
insipect it daily, to find out how their j
respective beats were faring, which
v.-ay the various known gangs of boot-j
leysers. sneakthlcves and stickup men ;
were migrating.
But the "finest" weren't supposed to
rearrange the entire criminal situn- i
Hon of the city to suit their Ideas of '
color hormony. j
'Them colors was all mixed up." the
offender protested to Chief Jenkins,
uiien ya;.ked on the official carpet for
violating nil Vollmerian ethics. "I
only MraK'i.tened 'em out and fixed
'em pretty."
"Von made 'em look like the seat of
a Chin.i.Tian's pants In the Ming dy
r.ns'.y." roared the chief. Which
which meant nothing to the defense,
l e f the artistic soul, although the
net ftalement " registered," all right. I
.. onta here, and patrol that beat j
from Two Hundredth street east
eas to the state line! make It snappy.
Wjnl:"
An air flight to high altitude as pre
scribed by an army physician resulted
tn restoring the power of speech to a
former soldier, who for eight months
had been unable to speak above a
whisper.
I Madame Marie Curie, discoverer of
1 radium, now visiting this country, was
awarded the gold medal of the Nation
al Institute of Social Science recently.
! The award was made because of the
j great benefit of her discovery to hu
manity.
IX'AL FAIUIKItS
(Continued from page 1.)
fell
Get a Farm from the
Canadian Pacific Railway
tn, LbM f Arms htve pu4 tot tfeoxMlns with Uvr rt erop Out of tu lut b
WWII W1U M lutftMr.
W iriM m lum.
Your Last Big
Opportunity
jSu ilia to Nsrtk Aacr wdl Una lanla to offend
Iff dftttrahl tfvi tirrti1.
Srtfl Ch 'and M dnpnt4 of h
mtvJtu Fadfte Rail nf aAtva
row itw RKMt woiKif iul oppur
intty im th worhl t own latn,
krhM indrpvnwrct and fruw
No Sale Without
Investigation
TUt CWwfca Pafftc wiH not tl
Ju9 ft lira onin nare in
B !
rwb in Waim Cnads. Itolfcr CMiaS lafwwtks aprtad )t. Too mmt hutisid
to aati yvu farm larnla in tt it To laoatftMi ParHW kaa- HBnl TCTT rutK -flwrad
KM praina mJ irrtam paiK TS' U . Ijh..i bfwf tafctnf up tow aan.
ada of the Uoydnunaw and I" L.TTl VlT .ZZ . i it a 4.
tarttoa for ao avarac ( about
Taty Yr. to Pay- h.Vi VSS1
Imem. wr parax-me- Yvo pur ftaum, Kmkmi, r.
own 1 iwr frt. T.o roi nava Um.
tt) p cimJ of th founa law. UM atttaaai
no aatttfip forth f.caraa aboat land vaioas.
amaaa y'o r!imat opoortVBiUaa, at.
H. C. IlOSWOItTII
IT.itt. IteprcBcntiUlvo,
70.1 Kprguc Ae..
Kpokaiie, lilngum
fmuaUoa " r ' . ' a.iu
PrrW'tr JTou attention t Om lt treat tw-:k
mia rvic. or . arttvi iaa ricinc ncacrvvv
Wmrm Laod.
Special Rates for
Home Seekers
And Full Information
Spatial raHwar tttrt for homarakara aiaka
wraw tha arartd'a priaa whaat Hartd I ViM
aata vara cream at UwawaaM.
No Tum on Improremrat
Tto. b anail ai aa tka total, bo) nVrp
,a roar uat awat, auiHimaa.
mm, WopJaaaaaU or pataataJ
orlvata. fr pjtMtrta. noGtr aob.w.
1
ing, compulsory pooling or sale by
consignment. A desire to see how the
plans of the organization will orystal
ize actuated the steps taken at the
meeting last night to wait for further
, developments.
! C1iliv;o Meeting Impressive.
I That the meeting of the 107 dele
gates at Chicago, from which he only
recently returned, was the most im-
jpresslve ho ever attended in his life
was the statement of -Mr. liennion in
the beginning of his talk. The meet
ings were held in the big "red room"
on the nineteenth floor of the IiHalle
hotel, and the regular attendants In
cluded many prominent visitors In ad
dition to the delegates and to about I
thirty newspapermen who ulways
are present.
The plan that wus finally adopted
calls for the organization of the Vnl-:
ted States Orain Corporation which
will be the national body. Included
under the head of this organization
will he a huge finance corporation
with a capital stock of $ino,fl0o,fl(i,
the financing of which Is already as
sured, the speaker said: a tcrminul i
warehouse corporation, an export cor
poration, service departments and
other subsidiaries.
The local work will be done through
elevator companies, owned by farm
ers, or through other associations or
organizations all of which, however,
shall be working under agreement
with the national organization, and
all of the gr.ln handled to be sold
through the national sales agency.
The nutlonal corporation is incor
porated under the laws of Delaware
with the main offices at Chicago. 1
Farmer Mean l!uliic.
That the farmers of the Middle
West mean business In this move was
another statement made by Mr. P.en-;
nioti. !
"They may not lie able to handle
ill of this year's crop because there
jis a gri'at deal of work to be done be- '
ffore the corporation can begin to
'function, but they arc In earnest about
the work, and they have gone Into the A
S TOP!
How quickly can YOU stop YOUR
car. Defective brakes is the direct
cause of 80 per cent of all automo
bile accidents.
Safety -First
Help avoid accidents.
Let Us Examine Your Brakes.
9
Newsome
& Gumming
For Good Automobile Repairing.
701 W. Alta St.
(Opposite Van Petten Lumber Co.)
Shop Phone 780 Res. Phone
Courtesy Service
NEW WOOLEN SKIRTS
JUST RECEIVED.
The kind most wanted just now. They are priced
very moderately considering the high quality of both
materials and workmanship.
GrowingUp
A year ago Pendleton's baby grocery store first
opened its doors, its sales and office force number
ed three.
Today The Table Supply employs seven clerks
and its rapid growth keeps them moving all the
time.
Nothing has justified this store's growth ex
cept your good favor and our steadfast vow to
sell the best at the least possible price.
A trial will convince you as it has hundreds of
others.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Streel
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Proprietors
Independent Paint Shopj
Auto Painter?
Corner E. Court and Thompson Phone 633 J
Over McClintock & Simpson
Our motto is First Class Work. Get our estimates before r4
you have that car painted.
J
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Pay the Butcher
and grocer less. Food costs too much to let it spoil
in a poor refrigerator.
Til .y6li.-.i I pit:
It is a fact that a refrigerator built the modern,
scientific way, will save enough in foods and ice to
pay for itself in a short time.
We demonstrate this at the store every day by
showing what the Automatic Refrigerator will do.
It not only actually saves ice and saves foods, but be
cause foods do not become tainted, it saves doctor
bills.
If you will take the trouble to investigate the Au
tomatic we believe that you would have no other re
frigerator in your kitch.
Sold for cash or on credit terms.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 t. COURT sr.
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question a lot more fully than many
J
L',"m,gBn!r!''!r'"!"!!'!'''im
of ui had thought."