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DAILY EAST OEEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL J 9, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
GALKMJAIl Or EVENTS
May 6 County school Orato-
rlral and Declamatory Content,
at high school auditorium,
May 7 County ichoot track
and field meet at Hound-Up
May 11, 12, 13 State Parent
Teacher Association convention.
May 31, June 1 and 2 Btute
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women' cluba,
June 14, 15, 16 Htiite con-
ventton of the G. A. It.
September ii, 23, 24 Annual
(iraili Streets Willi Trustor
A demonstration of the Khawnee
tractor In street grading work wns
made yesterday In Pendleton by N. K.
OlniHtend, local representative of the
Clydo Equipment Co. of Portland. The
direct that received attention was (.Via
ble between Hluff and TiiMtln streets,
n nd the surface wan left In excellent
rendition following two and one-half
' hour of grading. The muchina la
specially designed to be toted for roal
work by highway dlHtrlctM, iniinlcliiill- "J!oy Scout of America," nnd will fly
tied nnd nmd IhiUcIcth, and requires the the Hlundurd from the window of the
services of only one nmn. It will bo
kept here during thin week and then
'Will bo taken to i,a rjramlH where the
mountain roud will be worked and
graded In an effort to throw the high
way open to truffle, (inly one ma
chine nan been mild on thin side of the
mountains, Columbia county being the
purchaser. .They are used extensively
In the cunt nod middle wcHtern states,
Mr. Oluistead says.
I toy Bcout headiUurters In
Mr. Mrlllltlon I III ployed
Airs. Cindy .Mciiatlon has returned
from Portland and Is employed us
office nurse by Dr. Fred Lleuullen.
Hoys Knouts to March,
The Buy Hoouts of Pendleton, who
expect to lake part In the parade
during the (. A. It. slate encampment
to bo held here June 14, 15 and IS,
received their first Instruction In mil
itary drill last night at the city hull.
Churle Vlnier gave Instruction to the
boys of Putrol No. 1, and the boys of
I'atrol No, 2 are to be Instructed on
Wednesday night by II. J. Kirby,
scout master. At litHt night's meeting,
Patrol No. 1 organized a baseball team
Ituinfiill In .OS.
The rainfall for today is .08 Inches,
according to the report of Major Lee
Moorhouse, official weather ovserver.
The maximum today is 62 und the
minimum 4 3, one of the warmest
nights of spring. The burometer res
inters 29. DO.
rieven days In the city Jull and the
memory of a "Jag" aro nil that Dan
Holowell and Iin Gehcnl have left to
remind them of a quantity of moon
shine they drunk lust night. The po
lice arrested them In tnc railroad yards
where they were creutlng a disturb
ance.. .liuieA iritv Herald L'uve them
which will play Patrol No. 2. It "i ; the seven days,
planned also to have a tennis tourna- '
Use the Phones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
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PEN ULKTON'8 tEAMXG TORE
Use the Thones
Grocery, Two Phones
78 and 79
G r adu ation Dresses
, Buy them now and make them up. Such as Organdie, Crepe de
Chine, Chiffon, Voile and Georgette. Laces and the like.
ment between the members of the two
patrol. Both patrols will later buy
a large banner hearing the words,
RICH, CLEAN MORNING'S MILK
Selected wheat and eggs in quantities in
excess of government requirements.
Woodcock Egg Noodles. Rich golden in col
or, and positively delicious. No adulterants
no coloring matter of any kind. Full 7 oz.
- "DELICIOUSLY DIFFERENT" .
"Waste Less Buy the Best"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
PI ION I .S "101"
Private lOxt'liangc Connects Ikith Departments,
"1U11U1 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 i
Complaint was made ttils morning
by members of the l'eto Pohl family,
who live on Went Court street, that
clothing was taken from tho clothes
line In the yard some time during tho
night, fcteven both towels and Borne
handkerchief were taken. The police
are Inclined to believe that Pendleton
is harboring some hoboes who believe
in using wuter and towels.
ItcmaliiH In Jail
Harry Mcl.ain. nrrested JBaturday
night at Kieth by members of the
sheriffs force for alleged larceny of i
five sets of harness from John Plant
ing lost November, wulved examination
yesterday afternoon when he was tak
en before Justice Joe H. Parkes. In
ability to furnish bond to the amount
of Ti00 demanded by the court result
ed In Mcl.aln being remanded to the
Writes for IjoimIoii Pros
John K. Lathrop, former city editor
of the East Oregoniun and well re
membered by mnny Pendletonlans Is
now In London. Mr. Lnthrop has been
in various pc.rts of Europe and recent
ly ban wrlt.cn a series of articles for
the Financial Times of London. He Is
expecting to return to New York
shortly. On his return to America he
is to consider a lecture tour and may
include Pendleton In his Itinerary.
How does the busy little monk improve each waiting
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 82W Hotel Pendleton Block
When in doubt ask Hanscom. He knows?
Dog Uifiwes Show Increase
If Just catching dog was all that
.vorried Arthur Mason, the city's offi
cial rounder-iip of canines, he wouldn't
be bothered to any very great extent,
he says. Hut It's one thing to get
them, and quite another matter to keep
them in tho lockup. Last night ten of
them dug their way to safety, and this
morning he started corralling them
again. The number of city licenses for
dog taken out so far this year Is 105.
i nly 6 were paid for lost year and 92
the year before.
lien vps for Hcrniiston
Mrs. Edith a. Vun peusen, home
demonstration agent, left today for
Hermiston where she will speak this
afternoon at a meeting of the com
munity club, her topic being the "Sani
tary Bide of the Fly Campaign." Oth
er numbers on the club program will
include a talk on flower planting by J.
I'elmuder; on rose cultivation by Mrs.
J. T. Hinkie; on the decorative value
of vines, by Mrs. Carrel); and talks on
other topics related to civic improve
ment by Mrs. M. D. S'croggs, Mrs. A.
W. Purdy. and Mrs. H. M. Schilling.
You'll like the quality of
these fine, filmy, sheer organ
dies, specially of graduation
dresses. Buy yours now and
have it made up, for that
grand occasion, because you
know you want to look your
best. Organdie 85c, $1.50 yd.
A fine, sheer fabric that
washes beautifully and wears
well 40c, 50c, 65c
CHIFFONS AND GEORGETTE1
A roca marie nn nf pitVipp will be one to be Droud
of, as they are light and sheer, specially for the kind
of dress you wish.
Chiffon, yard g-JO
Georgette, yard :4"uu
SILK GLOVES 31.00 TO $2.00 PAIR
You may not use them on graduation day, but
they will come in handy later on. A big assortment
to select from. Buy silk gloves now as they are very
stylish for spring and summer.
Mercerized finish and of finest texture, specially
good for dresses of above nature, yd.. . 65c to $1.00
$1.75 to $3.00 Pr.
Some plain and
some with a lace
stripe. Most suit
able to wear on
A new shipment just
recrived of Ileanlifiil
I jk-ck for rwrjr pllrI,,
Imlnty little Edgings to
trim graduation dresx'S of
Calnls, Noiioaoilic, Yalx,
Mechlin, l ib I and tlx
like. The ilcslgi's are at-Iruc-tiie
Buy them now Ix-caiiM-you're
going to tie yards
ami yards of Iwes, aiil
5c to 30'.
SPECIAL LOT LACES 5c
One special lot laces marked 5c yard, in
cludes laces of many kinds and widths, some
fine and some lineen laces. You'll like the as
sortment. Come down and buy your needs for
baby dresses, waists and underwear.
COLLAR POINT LACES
Popular as ever are these collar point laces of
filet, woven laces, Venice and Macromae. It
gives just the finish for the neck and cuffs of
dresses. Yard $1.50 to $3.00
THE NEW NET VESTING
Something new for vests embroidered net
Can be cut so as to make the collar and cuffs to
Total Hcllpse Coming
The total eclipse of the moon, sched
uled for Thursday night, Is the only to
tal eclipse which will be visible this
year In the western part of the United
elates. At 8:!i7 p. m., Pacific time, ac
cording to astronomical predictions,
I the tnoon will befln to enter the outer
shadow of the earth but It will not be
gin to pass Into the renl shadow until
IP. US p. m., when the shadow will be
gin to show on the rim of the moon
and will slowly jndvance across the
moon's face until 11:23 p. m. when the
moon will be completely within the
i shadow and the eclipse will be total.
This will continue, It is predicted, un- (
til 12:03 a. m., when the bright rim
will rlowly become visible on the side
of the moon first eclipsed and by 1:20
a. in. the moon will havo complete!
emerged from the shadow.
Universal Coal and Wood
BIG VALUE AT RIGHT PRICE
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SII0IMS OVEN OAMPCR
WIDE Ei SHALLOW
CRAFT I PORER OOOR
REMOVABLE BUPLR MATES
KEY PLATE TOP
DOUBLE OVEN BACI PORCELAIN LIKED
HITE PORCELAIN DOOR FRONT
OVEN DOOR LINING
PORCELAIN FLUE BOTTOM
CLEAN OUT POOH'
A FULL LINE OF COMBINATION RANGES
BURNING GAS, COAL OR WOOD
CORSETS 81.50 TO 87.50
These are special models for the
young girls, designed to the natur
al form support and yet be com
fortable in wear. Select yours
Either of silk, silk top or of the finest mercerized
lisle thread knit. They are of the best quality they
fit well and wear better. Garment. . . $1.50 to $5.00
EXQUISITE NEW UNDERGARMENTS
In Modes of the Dainty Simplicity
Made in sheer white fabrics that you will like,
some are hand worked with the beauty of gradu
ation white wear. Here are many new types of gar
ments and many novel treatments of familiar gar
ments at prices that mark new standards in high
values. Garment $2.95 to $7.50
Milk lnsKVtlon IK-slred
Inspection of dairies, testing of cows
for tuberculosis, und other matters of
Interest to dairymen und the public
will tie taken up at a meetinK to be
held some time this week by dairymen,
with C. L. Hawley, state dairy and food
commissioner, lr. Frank Hoyden, city
physician, Harold Warner, city attor
ney, and Fred ltennion, county agent,
present. Mr. Hawley will assist local
dairymen in working out plana for sale
of milk 1 1 comply with state regula
tions. It Is probable that the meeting
will result In a request for a city or
dinance covering the wholesale and re
tail sale of milk in the city. Dairymen
are also anxious to have the city make
a ruling which will prevent the sale ot
stolen milk bottles. Dairymen declare
that during one month dairies suffered
a total loss of $175 In milk bottles.
for over 75 years has
relied upon Uouraud j
(' Oriental Cream to keep
the skin and complex
ion in perfect condition
through the stress of
the season's activities.
Send IS e. lot
FIRD.T. HortlNS 4S0JI
Universal Stoves & furnaces
Miss lillciiian Wins Honors.
Miss Helen ldlcman of this city, the
daughter of Pr. and Mrs. ; l. Idle
man, made the best gnuUs among
l inatllla county students at the I'nl
verslty of Oregon during '-!ic winter
term, ai'conling to a rcporc the
grades made at the college. She Is
majoring In literature. Miss
ldlcman won honors nisi when a stu
dent of the Pendleton high school
and In her senior year won the cup
awarded to the best all-round student.
Arthur Kinld of this city who is ma
joring In Journalism wis second In
the Hit announced by tho L'nl"ers'.ty.
bis average being somewhat lower
trt.ir Miss, Idleman's. Hcs'des MP'S
Idlenuin, the girls fro'.i this oou.v.y
wi.o received the best g.iulcs weiv
Mm Arcta I.lttlejoh'i of Ahcna, a
history major, Miss Vera Huev of
Pendleton, a rhetoric major and Miss
Margaret Phelps of Pendleton, h
music major, llesldes Arthur Hudd.
the I'matllla county boys making the
best grades were Kalph Iturgess of
Pendleton and Verne Dudley, of
Will Play Helix.
1 The liaptist church baseball team
will leave by auto today at 4 p. m. for
Helix to meet tho Helix Itnptist cnurcn
team In the first ot a series of games.
Art Morris und Guy Johnson are the
pitchers for the Pendleton team anil
Charles Pturdhant is the catcher. Curl
Maglnnls Is manager for the Pendle
OTHER NEWS OF THIS
DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 5
YVOl I.I SUIT 1HVWX ;.S WOKKS
s'"!!' Vimr been so filled with
gas Jot the last three years that I felt
, count pietty nearly supply our town.
I also hnd frequent pains in right side
In region of the appendix. Doctors
didn't help much, one day my neigh
bor t'-ld me about what Mayr's Won
derful Remedy had done for him and t
got a bottle of our druggist. I can say
that It will do all and more than you
claim for It." It is a simple, harmless
preparation thst removes tho catarrhal
mucus front the Intestinal tract and al-
lavs the Inflammation which ccuses I
practically all stomach, liver and In
testinal aliments. Including appendi
citis. One dose will convince or money
refunded. Druggists everywhere.
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 thein.
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.
A BIG SPECIAL
buys the best Coverall
that money can buy.
Making your dollars fct-l
pood can be accomplished by
spending them with this
store. They purchase values
ot highest quality marked at
the lowest irio"9. Our busi
ness policy Is one of profit
sharing whereby we save you
money by giving you more
for It. Thus the reason for
THE BEE HIVE
"More for Lew"
The best Hair Net on the market.
S for 23c
F-uglo Heads, Trimming Beads, 13c
Shoe Polish, lOo.
West Electric Curlers, five on the
Darning cotton, the ball. Sc.
Colored Lawn, Iiiaa Tapes, all colors,
Keep dry baby rubber pants, tho
Hand made Chocolates, spec
ial this week, only 50c the pound.
THE STORE ,
WHILE THEY LAST
buys the best Ladies'
Percale Apron that
mony can buy.
A satisfied I'lislmiior Is,
after all, our'bot advertise
meiit. This partly accounts
for being one of the best ad
vertised storm in this rtiy.
In other words w nut k is
IPMHl. Hear this In mind when
purchasing anything of this
establishment and remember,
M must hf worth tlwi money
paid or your oioney back. .