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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OTIECON, THUPSDAY EVENING, ArTtT.T. 2, 1021.
' ' ' , . '
People Here and There
Adrian Jl lien, reirpneiitliiif a. I'ort
land bunking mi 1 1 l house, wax here
; today culling on jmtions.
Wllllum I.yllny, truffle officer, left
today at noun for I'ortlund where he
him been called to appear before tho
' Mr. and Mm. John MIIIh of JciirvlH
OreKnn, lire hero today the RiicKt o
Mr. and.MrH. F. W. Himkell. Mr. and
Mrs. Mill" are on their way to polntH In I
Montunu where they will vIhII.
Making M'w I'liil To I'nive Will.
A "new net. of pliiu for fnrmH and I A" Hnl1' ,U,M Iwiuwl by JmlKe
IractM demrlbert hy mete and bmintlH '"""P tot th huIjiiiIkhIoii of
U lullm m-ciiaiml hv the force in th . I'roor or the will of .lumen .M. Miikii
offlee of l(. o. lawkK, county uxHeHxnr,
The work Ih neceMltnted by a luw or
I lie went ledlnlntiire which piovlden
Hint proper (leHcrlptlonii Hhitll bt iniulp.
Much eonfuMlon will be ellmlnutetl by
the new ilutn.
Hon, In 1 1) reHldent. of I'emllcton who
died April SI. The cetate Ih valued t
The mini of fiVl.M Ih the IcihIh or
arlion liiBlHuli d In circuit court to
day by Vernon V. Kerley mkrIiihI
... ... iltalph Porter In which the plaintiff
I clul inn the defendant Ih obligated for
liciilstiiillim 4'Iiikih May 7 I work mid mulerlulH furnlKlied. J'eter-
lleKlHlrutlon for the npeclM election I """"'I' uml r,url1 represent the
to he held .lnn 7 will rUnua Miv 7 i PUlinurr.
Apache Hat j
' ' H t , , fSw-tJarya.! Tiny-mrw Km'Jtni
On Itond JunkPt
The county cMirt mpmhem, In com
pany of I J. Shannon, county rood
mauler, are In the went end of the
county today whore they are limpeet
line roads and taking care of other
the f 1 rut Htittirday In May, according
to an announenment made today by K.
T. Hrown, county clerk. Former laws
have permitted reslnl ration for epe
clul election to continue until 15
day before tho election, but a recent
law change thin provision and re
quire that the rule bp observed In npe-
Aiioiiiiiaiit lli i'i'.
Mux (."riunlall, un expert accounlanl
of Portland, whh a ruent at office In
the courtlioune today. lit hu only
recently completed un audit, of the
hook of Malheur county, and he stop
ped here for n visit on IiIb v.ay to
Citil olo.tln,,. lh,. .,n1v l ,n.rl '". " " l'" u., u.j.iii ii
,.., ,. ,u.i i. .,..,.'.,. i. ii... ine i mai
election. Very llttln IntcreHt I being
shown in IIiIh election. All persons
who have not heretofore regiHtered, or
who have moved from a precinct Hlnce
the hint general election are required
to renlter. KeglHtratlon may be made
at the county clerk'! office or with the
Hpecbtl reglMtrnr over the county.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR DETTER QUALITY
I Friday Specials
Preferred Stock Hominy, No. 2 1-2
n ier can 15c
Tomatoes, 7 cans for 31.00
a Snowdrift, 4 pound size 85c
o Salmon, tall cans 10c
o Peanut Hulter, per pound . : 15c
ui Olympic Pancake Flour, large
size, 3 for '..". 1.00
mittlllu county book
I'uiK'ral KcniccM Tomorrow
Funeral Hervlces fur the late I.uw
tenc e Collin will be held tomorrow at
the linptiHt church at 2 p. in. Uev. W.
H. Cok, pantor, will otficlatn.
The Economy Grocery
113 W. WEBB ST. g
Phone 409 6
PHONE FOUR-0-N2NE FOR BETTER SERVICE
Sulijt To Ttefen-ndiini
The 10 per cent cut In waee that
applle to variou brunche of the
building trade which will go into ef
fect May 1 wa diHcued lunt night In
formally when the Central 7abor
Council of Pendleton met. No action
WHJt taken at the meeting, hot the hod
carrier, carpenter, brick layer and
common labor organization In Pen
dleton have Indicated their willing
ne to accept the cut. giibjecti to rati
fication toy the local over the imil"
In the referendum vote that I now be
ing takert. Tho painter nnd the
plumber have not taken any action
due to the fact that their uRreement
have until September 1 to run. The
remilt of tho vote -will be known hy
May 1. The meeting laHt night wan
well attended and a box of clears, pre
en ted by the olympla added to the
enjoyment of the evening.
. i-.Vi Vr
ITiey call tiiia uat tie Apach".
Apncbe, jou know, are the pic
turcKfiue robbei-M long tnoirn in
PuriHiun night life. Twelve of the
lint that Pari ent to the New York
Ktyle liow Kohl fur ?-ll(X). The l,uA
m wiiiA uiueiu naiior wiiii narrow
trip of herringbone brnid. A larse
tlnck t'liant;lly lace veil cover Ilia
entire bat, masks the face in "wild
west" Htylc and form two long drajic
that full aluiutt to the knots.
WHEW CORNER STREET
LAMP GOES ON STRIKE
CALL COPS ABOUT IT
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Lesa
Dcspain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despair & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
I.uN!i'..V. April iS. (A. IM
lYiice Henry, the third on of the
king and pieon. who attaiwd hi ina
Jonly on M.nvh 31. Is (ientlned for a
mililarv c.ireer. Although thr.in
sumevhat In the background by hi
elder brother, the Prince of Wales
and the lniKe of York, Prince Henry
i Immensely popular with the public.
In stature, he excels hi brothers
and I fond of sport and out-door bfe.
In pursuance of hi Inclination to be
n Koldicr he went through the army
class at Ktoii anil arterward mudlod ut
Sandbursl, the English West Point.
Uml August, the Prince wasjass
etted a second lieutenant of the King
Itoyal Kifles and at present I attach
ed to the 13th Hussar at Ahlershot.
TI'TNASTS CliAIM VUTXHtV.
CHIOAOO, April 2. (A. P.)
rtouse tenants claimed a victory today
in the battle rt nuts, when D. H.
Cochrane, master In chancery, decided
that landlords could not restrain ten
ants by Injunction from dbtplayliu
"unfair" sign in their windows.
orning at 10 -A.
e Here on Time
THE BEE HIVE
All citizens who are interest
ed In the city of Pendleton re
ceiving the befit possible service
In the way of uninterrupted
street lighting nt night and who
want to keep the municipal bill
down to a minimum should
make a report to the police de
partment whenever a I i lit at
street Intersections fails to func
This was a statement that
was made by the city council
last night when light bills and
service for the city were being
discussed. The special commit
tee In charge of this work has
been holding up the bills (if the
power r'iiniifi!:" temporarily
during the p:is three months
because thiy i he -k is nm Irein
mr-.de ennmte'.e. Cooperation of
citivens is Heeled to keep an ac
cui.ite verd ,,f the m-.thty of
the tv?r ir . reTdrrc,; the e(.-.m-
slis.51 bo glvcji -
W the Biblical version of our
modorn gylnK : "Nothing uc.
oeed like uccs." So It wm
with Br. Pierce, of BuffiJo, N. Y.,
who, ovi-r .00 years ago. gave to
the world a Prwriniion which
has never been equalled as a
tonic for tho weaknesses of
women. Many women in every
hamlet, town it city will gladly
f"'ry U't Dr. I'lerce's Favorite
I'reseriptlon did them a world of
food. Ak your neiglilxir.
Another of tl.is ifre.n. r.l.vU.
clau's 8ucee.-ri. rciaidics Is f
known a 1 r. Pierce-, fiulden h
Mejlifa! y a,,,!, li!.,. i. E
"l'r( -er!;,l!oli,- Is now Hjid ,y P
druc-i :s every v. here. In t,0;h f
liouid ucd tah'ets. This me.Ij- f
cino wi:s a n.,esi from the E
"tart, for the !t of mm and g
women all over the univerMi f
who have siicce(ny uw(j jt V
f r Ir.digeytion u'el as a blow! (j
Miicaml n-teai l,ui!(i t. makes 1
ail amazing totul of thon.-aijtis I
A man need; an absolutc-Iy accurate
timekeeper one that lie cart depend upon
to help him keep his appointment.-- prompt
ly. The HAMILTON, watch for men carrici
thy broadest po:-.--ible guarantae of p;tti;;fac
tionineveryffiv.de, and every wfttc-h i.s
carefully made and thoroughly reliable.
Other makes in all styles.
J r 1t:c.
The I ar2i-l Diam.in.l I!c.ilcr,.n Kji-i- rn On
KI Pl fil.K .S ATTACK K.VOV
(O)ritlnued from pare 1.)
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W.,HlXGTOX, Ainil L'S. (A. P.)
The president and his party hoard
ed the Mayflower at the Washington
navy yard with the plant band play
ing and the marine guard at atten
tion. The customary presidential a
lute of 21 guns was fired.
This was Mr. Harding's first trip o-
the presidential yacht and It will be
his first review of the 'American
naval forces since his inauguration,
ih :i . ;i x v t :i f .( sii i ps.
PII!l.Ali:!.P!lIA. April 28. fr.
P.)- Thirteen colleges rf the t'nited
States have been descnaied to nomi
nate men U form fellowships in J!cl
ginn universities "to promote the cor
dial rolationa between l'elgium and
the t'nited States." The fellowships
provide for a year's residence and may
be renewed. The valuation of 12. One
frnnces Is placed on each fellow-hip.
besides tuition fees and traveling ex
penses. Tho following institution--have
been chosen to noniinaie nn
for the feilw;his: - l'enh-ylvanla.
rrineeton, Harvard, ColuniHn, Y.-ilt-.
Califoinia, I'hlengo, Cornell. Johns
Hopkins, Pmith, Stanford, A'asfur and
M. . T.
- . ' i " I
-' S"AW' . 04-' -f
idlj cent nuo before tho .-iKrcupnre
Itie llergdoll love. !''--:.t'on connn!:.
tee plan.-, proce.'d. 'J-iie da li-ht .'-icing
hill nas. n,Oi :e i on uniiivore.blv
tiy tho lull rotate commerce commit
House I'cjects Amendment.
WASH1XGTO.V, April 2S. (A. P.)
The House rejected by an over
whelming majority an amendment lo
the naval appropriation bill provid
ing that no funds be used for contin
uing warship construction until thtf
president has calico an international
conference to consider disarnianitnl.
Amendment Is Offered. I
WASI1I.VGTOX, April 28. (L. P.)
The proposal that the nppropria
th ns for the continuance of the 1916
naval building program be held up un
til Harding calls a conference on dis- -.11
ma. n nt w is ile-.e.ited by a large
Majority in the house. It was offer-
d as an amendment to the naval bill ;
by Connolly of Texas. .
Connolly's amcndinent would force'
the president to call a disarmament !
conference- before any cf the no mil-i
lion appropriated fur the new con- ,
siructioii could be used. I
Hardin- Should lie Free.
WASHINGTON; April $. (I. P.)
Defeating all the disarmament pro- I
liooals the house passed and sent to
the senate the naval appropriation till
which carries a total of :!i6 million
doiiurs. The vote was 212 to ir,. The!
defeat of the disarmament plana were j
accomplished by the republican lead
vrs on the ground that Harding should !
be left free to act In any manner he'
dci nis widest. ,
Will Make Invofisatlon. I
WASHIXUTOX, April -S. (C. P.) i
A sweeping senatorial invi'stignt'on ',
of the alleged neglect of sick and dis- '
aided ex-service men was provided for j
in a resolution introduced by Senator j
Walsh of -Massachusct'.s. I
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Widc In.stitutio:i
1!I Y AT IIO.MK
(Continued from pa so 1.)
-lake a Muie."
J.-N. Scott reported on the ptiicK-vr
of I'matilla county flour for the "
nese relief expedition and on lulnc
buyine; told a stor- he suiti hvcstorU
men would understand. "Ti e man
who baa no pride in h's tow-i and no
desire to help it nlotvr is liii" a mule
who has nn pride in his rnee.-tiy and
no hope ( i'osterity."
totmty Supcrintcndeet 11V. Y'. f-reen
asl;ed for locid support f'1!- io: '. otii,t
track ir.oet. to be held hen- room
Frank Chaiis, prnprietor of the
Quelle served the lon.-lcim ;'!" -.v it It
eii-nrs in In ner o," the arr'v.d of le.-w
heir in his family today.
" . i
A raris inventor has turnod out
a lifo presorvor that has a ruddrr.
propcMsr and a sail. A hand crank
i una Uie proptUcr.
"V" orn KY ICS have too much
X to do with your material
hapjiinoys t pxporimont with
thrni. Hjivo in expericnocd
tpttu.iolrist cxaminr them ami
ili.socvor iTcoisoly tho kuu and
HtroiiKlh of lonsos noodod to
mako iliciu sea i-Uvirly as nature
inSomli'd, ThonU;!i tra.'uiiic,
lnn.lern eniiipnu'ta ami 15 y oars'
exprrionoo at your sorvioo lioro.
Your Dollars Are
Voith More . in
Clark's 1F;0 yard spools sewing cotton 5c
Coats Crochet Cotton, ball 10c
Coats Silk Finish Crochet Cotton, spool. . . 5c
Ladies' Adjustable Belts, black or white,. . 8c
30 inch Comforter Challis, neat, attractive
patterns for comforters, drapes, etc., the
27 inch AmoskrT Apron Checks 12c
27 inch Cheviot Ci.usras, yard 19c
Braelock Ginghams, 32 inches wide, yard 29c
Red Seal and A. F. C. Ginghams, new pat
terns, 27 inches wide, yard 19c
New Madras Shirting, pleasing silk stripe
patterns, yard 19c, GSc
3o inch Cotton Poplins, all the wanted sum
mer shades, yard 49c
New printed Voiles, 3940 inches wide, the
yard . . 23c, 49c
36 inch Colored Sateens, good quality, yd. 33c
New Crepe de Chines, delightful new shades,
40 inches wide $1.69
Devonshire Cloth, 32 inches wide, yard. . 29c
Good Quality Percales, 36 inches wide, the
Outing Flannels, good quality, yd 19c
Pequot Pillow Cases, 42x36 each ......... 39c
Pequot Pillow Cases, 45x36, each 43c
Pequct Sheets, 72x90, each $1.49
requot Sheets, 81x90, each $1.69
Berkeley Cambric No. 60, yard 19c
Good Quality House Lining, yard 3 '2 c
Hope Muslin, 33 inches wide, yard 13c
Lonsdale Muslin, 33 inches wide, yard ISc
Good Quality Unbleached Muslin, yard. . . 12c
72 inch Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 45c
81 inch Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 53c
90 inch Pepperell Bleached Sheeting 59c
72 inch Utica Bleached Sheeting, yard. . . 49c
40 inch Pillow Tubing, yard 33c
45 inch Pillow Tubing, yard 39c
DO inch Pequot Bleached Sheeting 69c
Table Oilcloth, Meritas and Sanitas brands,
42' inch Pillow Tubing, yard 37c
36 inch Pillow Tubing, yard 33c
33 inch Bleached Indian Head Muslin.' 23c
36 inch Indian Head Muslin 25c
36 inch White Hospital Gauze, yard . . 9c
36 inch Wir.te Hospital Gauze, yard 10c
36 inch Rubber Sheeting, yard 79c
54 inch Rubber Sheeting, yard $1.23
3 inch Blue Denim 28c
28 inch 0. D. Khaki Cloth, good weight, yd 33c
32 inch A. C. A. Feather Proof Ticking, yd. 32c
f S.T'J.jS mr -'"'
V4t? -! i&3i3 DITARIMEM STORES
J. C Jfcnney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
DR. C II. DAY
rhjstdun will Surgeon
Kooma Zt and 15 Smith-Crawford
i a. m. to 5 p.
In All ltraiu lics.
Dr. Lynn K. Blaktslee
Chronic and Nervous Iiease an
Plsute3 of Women. X-ltay Electrli
Tarn pie Blilg. Room It
Pbona 41 (
rhnne 210-W P. O. Iloi SSI
I ELECTRIC STARTERS
i Or any part of the" eleetrlo
J aystem on your car overhauled
.1 ninai...i UulUrjclInn viwr.
HAUHT H. GRAHAM.
Wlllard Service Station,