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DAILV EAST OHEQOITIAN, rEmUETOS, OREQOR, f-ATUTlPAY fVT.lTmO, AfHTt. 30. mi.
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; People Here and There
WHAT PENDLETON GRADE
SCHOOLS ARE DOING
' Cecil Cosper, expert aocuunlant.
Who malnluInK office here anil at
Walla Walla, wan In I ' ml lei on yes
trrduy. , , ,,
Al Hendricks, f. W. n, ft x. spec,
lal agent, who him spent four months
In New York and other point In the
ut, wn In 1'endleton yesterday. He
a on hi way to hi home In Spokane.
Mr. nnd Mr. E. A. Hrhlfflef.
tou Crulkshnnk and .Mr C. A.
pillnl have returned from Portland,
where they spent a week vMiing, The
trip wn mnde by motor, hihI Mr.
Hchlffler reports the rond a being in
excellent condition. A great deal of
building Ih going on in Portland es
pecially In Ihe wny of residence.
Mr, nnd Mr. RuHe A. Campbell
have arrived In Pendleton from their
home In Los Angeles. Mr. Russell
ha accepted n poHltlon with the J. C.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR CETTER QUALITY
The nuifkbcr of new customers vvlio o
are going to commence trading here
May 1st is conclusive proof of the su- 3
period ty of this store. g
A trial will convince. 2
The Economy Grocery
;U3 W.WEBB ST.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
period they have made a doll house
.Indue 11. J. llenn I the finit of the I nvkin c.i...i '
justices oi ine supreme court to arrive n,y Hho(IeMi of Uie firHt Krade w, of four room and furnlHhed it com
In Pendleton for the Mny term which ,. . k , th ,,, h. pietely with hand made- furniture
lie arrived In the
Home timo nuo Yum Bumpkin,
I'matilU Indian, died while on hi way
to VViiMh lnKtoti, l. C, to act a dele
gate from the Indian tribes of th! re
gion. Hiimpkln wa asphixluted when
he attempted to blow out the gn In an
Kustern hotel. Three Indians, Cup
Humliln counIii of Ihe deceased Yum
Siimpkn, and Jim Knnlne, delegate
from the C'uyuses and Walla Walla,
and Albert Mlnthorn, interpreter, who
left yesterday for Washington on tri
bal business, decided to take no
chance and each took out an Insur
ance policy before leaving Pendleton.
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
pnrenlM. Mr. und Mm. W. A. Ithode. ' maimer King wo dropped this
The flrt three grade have ent sev- week and I leuvpi;; for Omnhu. Ne
eral useful gift to a lcli boy friend braka.
who I In Portland . The lower grade: have completed
All the grade ure at work on Mny wveral varietle of very pretty .May
baskets, which are a part of the art basgets In their art work.
work. I lemond and Harold Robinson ore
Theitna Morrl, fourth grade pupil, leaving Pendleton for l-i Grande thl
i 111 with chicken pox. ween.
Mr. Nona Shrwnrtr., fourth (crude I Al1 th Pupil of the seventh grade,
teacher, ha returned to school after !h'oh lH under th edlrecllon of Mis
a few day illness. l.eota Wagner have ecured their
Paul Htllwell, of the eventh grade, i "OOK repori from tne rounty library.
Hgy . "Till
ha passed the Curtis test
Frieda Pahl, eighth grade pupil
There are 43 In the grade.
A very interesting debate wa car-
reived ome experience In teaching ' rled on th "event h jj-ade thl
during the week a he taught the sec
ond grade for half a day during MIkk
Mr. Hay ha been n linen t from
xchool becuuse of lllne.
A license to wed ha lieen Issued to
Charle W. Brown, of Pasco, Washing
ton, and Gertrude WIIon of Pilot
Hawthorne) School. '
The new drinking fountain installed
at Hawthorne i greatly appreciated
cot fnily by the pupil but the punning
public. It ha proved art innovation In
the drinking line.
The school I now bank to the 'reg
ulur schedule of ralisthenlc having
changed the program slightly before
the track meet. '
Third grade pupil are greatly In
tereted In studying animal and their
home thl week. During their art
Judge Kchiinncp to Morn
Judgo I. M. Bchannep ha leased the
house belonging to Percy Collier at
524 Grant street and he will move
here during the coming week from
Calk-d To Iliintsvilln
County Aseor II. O. Hawk will
go In Huntxvllle, Washington, ftunday
where he will attend the funeral of hi
sisier-in-law, Mrs. T. J. Hawks. Death
occured Friday and wu the result of a
paralytic stroke, fihe wa "0 years
old. The funeral will be held tomor
row ufternoon at 2 o'clock.
Pay Cash ' ' Receive More Pay Lew
Despair. & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Get the Same Pay Less
Pay th.ei$arpje7-Get More
You pay less money for the same
(l article at this cash grocery; if you
pay the same you are getting from
10 to' 25 percent more in merchan
dise, i it
PayCash Receive More Pay Less
Deopain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Scntcncml For Life
H. Kchlbato, Japanese, found guilty
by n jury of murder in the second de
cree for the killing of M. Okamoto
lust February, received a sentence of
life Imprisonment in the state peniten
tiary this morning In circuit court.
, Bomb Suspect
"I'll never get Into troublo again,
Judge," the prisoner stld after seht
ence had been pronounced by Judge
Gilbert W. Phelp.
Write Itig Clift-k
Mi Grace A. Gilliam, county trea
surer, hu written check aggregating
$IC9,0.r,8.36 which have hem sent to
the office of the state treasurer at
Hal em. The check- cover one-half- of
I'matilla share of taxes to the state ,
for this year. . Ijist year, one-half the
payment due the state wax 198, 96. CD.
Good PLslUiur ExrtNl.
I 'til ess a heavy rain fall tonight,
fishing In Meacham and Squaw creeks
should be Kood. sav anifler. The wa
ter is fairly clear today In these creek Lincoln school is hop scotch. William
week. The subject was "Hhould Ire
land have her Independence from
Great Britain?" The affirmative
side -won, Kdward Kremer led this
Lena Recklider, Gwendolyn Has,
Gertrude Warren, Charlotte Isaac,
Kleanor Porter and Htella Morton of
the fifth received their book report
The score in the hygiene contest
begun In the sixth grade, between the
girls and boys is now fourteen to ten
In favor of the girl.
Harry liitchexon brought to school
a piece of comb filled with larva of
the bee for Inspection by the physi
ology and agriculture classes.
The eighth grade pupils whose
nuMuuiBn were suuicieniiy nign to per-
nut them to take the May state ex
aminations were Margaret Hluhm,
Mary Morund, Florence f'owcll, Wil
ma Orteburn, Irene Hartsell, Forrest
Hurrah, Wilkes Worth, Charlie Isaac,
Clayton llkkerdike, I-awrence Har
wood and llobert Peacock.
The first grade pupils are studying
birds thi week and are enjoying it.
Kathryn Furnish, Prudence Gray.
Nadine JViswold. Kdwin Cruickshunk,
had an average of A in all their
studies last week In the third grade.
Richard Geiss Is absent from the
fifth grade this week.
Vivian McCallister visited in the
fifth grade, aiso three mothers, Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. Leedy, Mrs. Krant.
The fifth grade pupils are giving
the musical program for parent-teachers
meeting Friday afternoon.
Sixteen children In the fifth grade
received their Palmer Method buttons
for the first 25 drills.
The favorite game of the boys of
Vanity Case, Card Cases
Often a vanity case, a card case, a ci
garette case or a cigar case will just solve
the question. .
We are here to help you to decide on
just the thing for the one who is difficult
A better aortment
at honest prices
n Pendleton .
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Diamond IH-ak'r in I jftcrn On cm ! '
but i very muddy In Hirch and Mc
Tito Llgi te being held In Scran
ton, Pa., while authorities Investi
gate the Identity of the man who
drove the "death wagon" to th
scene of the Wall street bomb ex
plosion several months ago.'
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We have just received a com
plete line of
Better make your selection
now while our stock is
Our line of camping goods
is most complete and in
cludes: Camp Stoves, Camp Beds,
Tables, Grids, Thermos Bot
tles, Chairs, Auto Tents and
in fact everything to makf
your outing a pleasure.
Food Iaxpcctor Here.
Three dairy and food inspector nre
in Pendleton Inspecting dairies, milk
stations, restaurants, hotel, stores,
meat market and slaughterhouses.
They wiU make report soon as to con
dition in thi city.
Old l!o.:dnl IHps.
William McGregor, ased 67, for the
past 33 year a resident of thi city,
died last night. 1I- wait engaged In
hlacksmithing In Pendleton. Mr. Mc
Gregor is survived by hi wife. Funer
al service will be held at 10 o'clock
Monday morning from the Folsom
Crulkshank being the champion.
A new pennant was given to the
eighth grade which was made by
Mrs. John Greulich for last year's
track meet championships.
Srii":U of tit Annual Kuwnifnt nf th
t'nit Hu! Bran'-li M
THK I.IVKKI'IKII, t.liMMIX i:l.OBg
INSI KAM'K I'OJII'ANY. I.IM1TKII
Of UTrriwol, KdkIith!. on thi- tliirty-firrt ,
f TVreuiher. 110. made to th, initurati'-p rum-ni-ioner
of tltc wtMte of Orefon, purunt t
Sri prtrniiutnl TCCfi'Fd duritlff
thf tttt I14.2S-.S99 2J
latrmt. diTidi-nd and rvnta re-
rvirMl riurlnc var 7U4 61S.17
'T lnnn froni other aotircea r-
i-cifed dunnf ui yaar 14J.441.00
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution w
NECKWEAR, DAINTY AND NEW
49c, 79c, 93c, $1.49
Spring frocks take on a iir-w charm with tlio al(itin of
tin ilainty -llar ami ctirf Mts. A wkln raiigt- or xryk-n simI
colors to wlc-t from. F.niljrolli-rel lawTis snIUl color kwK-cs,
ill wlf plaids ami 'hc-ks, eniliroidcrcd collar hi gay ami
colorful inibinatloiis oil orgamlics onil swi-sscs. ,
The attractiveiii-ss of IViim-y prices make it cni-y U own
M-vcrul of tlnw plca.-ing picci-Ji.
New Hand Bags, Beaded and Leather
BKAIK.n HACiS in beautiful designs worked in glistening;
Ixails. Very popular with tin- woman who appreciate these
little refined auwsMiries. each 6.0
Small Blaze in Garage.
A small blaze which broke out yes
terday afternoon in the Ed Walker ga
rage on Garden street was quickly
quenched through the efforts of the
fire department which responded to n
still alarm. The small truck was
used. The fire started from a gasoline
torch which ignited some oily cloths
being used in cleaning cars. Fire
Chief William Ringold again gives a
word of warning' regarding the danger
of rhe open flame and osollne.
Will Visit Salt Lake.
I; I J. E. Akey, manager of the J. C.
Penney Co. store here, T. 11. Rem
boldt, also of the local store, B. C.
Fmmel, of the Athena branch and W.
J. Muynard, of the Milton branch, will
leave here Monday morning for Salt
Lake CNty for a conference with J. C.
Penney. Penny store men from Ore
gon, Washington, Idaho. California.
S3 1 Nevada, Wyoming, Utah and Montana,
Swlll be present, and after a day's con
CSiference with the head official will
SS I spend a week with the buyers from the
New York office.
Boy F.njoy Hike.
The Hoy Scouts greatly enjoyed a
hike last night Ui Tutuilla mission, un
der the direction of Hev. J. M. Cornel
ison, who acted as host at the manse.
The boys made the six mile hike in on
hour and a half, and after eating sup
per, rolled up in their DianKets aim
slept on the manse floor. The boys in
the party, who hiked home this morn
ing were Laverne Pearson, Harold De
Wilde, Floyd Howdyshell, Kupert
Graham, James Simpson, Norris
Graham, Gilbert Jones, Eugene Gray,
Thomas Downs, Bruce Hawks, Cecil
Burnett, Verne Dale, Gordon Keane
antl Karl Hlnehart.
T.til inline 15, 144,418 0
Net Imae paid during tlt yrar.
inrhidinf adjutmrnt Mpanar . S 6.617,933.74
C-'miniaMuna and aaiarica paid
dunnc Ihe year S. 589. 654. 85
Taiaa, lii'ra-a and teas paid dur-
. me U year 1 .Or.3.42."l
Amount of all other eipenditurea 2,UT4.0'.'5.-i
Beinvuranoe racorarablc on paid
Value n1 real aatate owned
Value of atm-aa and bonda owned
(market ralilel 11. 694,073. 20
Loan i.ii morlAei and eollat- .
era, bilk receivable and eer-
tjti-ate of deposit
4'a.li in Paiika and on band ....
freinitima in rour-ie of rollerUon
writuii ainoe Kent. 30. 19:10.
iDtereitt and ivnu due and ao-
Toul admitted asaetx .
Net clainv' for loaeva uniid...3 l.OSSjS.riO
Amount uf unearned premiuma
on all ouuunding risks.... 12.0G9,001.4t
Due for romniiaNun and broker-
all other liabilitiea Mli.7h7.:t7
Total liahilttiea. exrlnsira of
Mirpttia ot $4,547.(16'! 53. . .31." 0r.l.S32 31
hl Sl.SKSS l.N OKKIION KOIt THK YUAIt
Net premiiuua m-eired during
Uie year . f 102.147 S2
Lo)ea paid dnrinc Uie year... N7.lt! 95
Loi-mw ii-riirred durins tha'yeAr. 93.2hli.13
Name of company, Tba Lirerpool 4 LonJo
aV Iik4)e ln-niranee iV)mi-any, Limitetl.
Name of manager, Tbomas H. Andemon.
Name of aaauuant manager, teorge F. Uuer
ru. Hututory resident attorney for wm,
(leor-.e J. Jama. 303 Lewia bidg;, Portland, Or.
Silvertone and Tooled Leather I$ags
The very newest styles and colors in hand bags and vanitV
cases. The new Silvertone cmliossed leather numbers are eon
spicions in this new lot with the tooled leather styles a clsf
second. Many numbers in black too for those wlm like tlie
less showy kind. Prices an- $-! to $5.0
Children's Imitation Bead Bags 10c
New Kid Gloves 98c
Yesterday's express brought new attraction to the glove
section, good looking gloves in goixl quality kid.
white or Mack, pair
A "V4TWv-m;m ; 0m
j. ij. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
A Pre pai-atlotv or
COMPOUND COPAIBA ami CUBESS
AT .YOUR DPUGCIST
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department. ;
Trot Out Your Candidates.
It has been lialil that the busiest
thing in the world Is a one-eyed man
at a three-ring circus.
For second honors we nominate a
tongue-tied woman at a chatter party.
Are there any further nominations
he fore we begin balloting?
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many kind
friends for their help and sympathy
during the recent Illness and death at
our beloved son and brother Lawrence
r.nd also for the beautiful floral offer
ings. MRS. HELEN DA COLLINS
MUS. HKltTHA l'OWKl.L
M It. AND MHS. OHO. KKMT
MR. AND MRS. (!. COLLINS
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
The Feer ol All Colored Minstrel Shows
PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE
HERBERT'S GREATER f
FOR RUNT 4
room basement 100
WILL M-'RSK confinment casea
' Thomiwon St.
53 FOR SAI.i: Oak lookcase and desk
S3 combined, - parlor table .1t in. top I
Colonial design, 3 rugs x!2. one Wil-j
ton velvet almost new. l'hune 319-v,l
AN ETHIOPIAN CARNIVAL OF FUN
A tig, toammoth, Marvelous, Magnificent. Mirthful, Musical M.'nstrel toonopcl.
Traveling in their Own Private Pullman Cars. Many Surpriiinjf Novelties
Sumptuous First Part 40 PEOPLE 40 Fast Funny ftrplec
Ss New m Sale at
See the Big Free Street Parade and Concert at Noon n"ls .
Call 620 Market St. i
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