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DAILY EAST OEEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, . MONDAY EVENING, MAY 0, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
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CALENDAR OP EVENTS
May 11, 12, 13 Htat Parent
4 Teacher Association convention.
May 81, June 1 and 2 Btate
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women'i cluba.
June 3 and 4 Twenty-ninth
Annual Pioneer I'lcnlc,
June 14, 1C, H fltute con-
veutlon of the O. A. It.
September 22, 23, 24 Annual
It'll a Roy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross nre the
parent of a boy born Friday nlKht
at St. Anthony's hospital, The yeting-'
sler weighs seven nnd one-half
poundH. Child and mother are gottlng
along nicely. " ,
To Kliow Films Tonight. " - t
Educatlonnl films and slides Illus
trating the proper care of the teeth
will bo shown tonight under the aus
pices of the state dental hoard ot the
county library. The public is given" a
cordial Invitation by the dentists to at
tend the- meeting which will be free.
Two films of movies are included In
the show and ICO slides also will
used In tho. program.
Irui1l Ganu' Tonight
Tho Presbyterian team of the Twi
light league will play a team from Ad
ams at Hound-Up purk this evening.
The contest is a practice affair staged
for the purpose of providing some
sport, and incidentally, giving tho
Presbyterians sufficient nerve to meet
some of their regular "enemies" in the
To Finish Shearing '
The Cunningham Bheep Co. sent out
six shearers this- morning who have
started shearing the' bund of yearl
ings belonging to the company. The
oldor stuff wus all shorn several days
ago, tho fleeces averaging between 12
and 13 pounds on a result of hand clip
ping. Machines will be used In shear
ing the younger stuff. '
Catch limit OH McKay.
Oscar Hchultt' and J)en Kmlth were
among the few fishermen from Pen
dleton yesterday who caught a full
string of fish. iThey ' left , Saturday
night and established camp, got a lot
of sleep and were up early Sunday
morning working hard. The first one
landed was the biggest of tho catch.
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RICH, CLEAN MORNING'S MILK
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Order your next week's supply. -"YOU
CAN DEPEND ON 101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
, 301 East'Court Street ,
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meusiirlng a little more than 14 Inches
In length. The rest of them ranged
from eight to ten Inches. .
filrwta Arc Dusty
, Complaints are being made from
various parts of tho city that the dirt
streets are becoming dusty and house,
holders are anxious to have street
College President Her
H. H. Shangle, president of Columbia
College at Milton, was here this morn
ing enroute home from a trip Into
Haker and Union counties In the Inter
ests of his school.
PENDLETON'S LEADING TORR
"The Live Model Corset'
Official Is Hire
" K. U Wright, of the Portland office
of the United States Forest (Service, Is
here today. . His worlc Is In connection
With land exchanged and he will be
here for a few days In tho locul fores
Weather Is Warmer .
The thermometer reached "0 today
and Major Lee Moorhouse says that If
his weather eye does not deceive him,
tho days will be fair for u while. The
minimum last night was 37 and the
barometer registers 29.00.
PrpiMTlll KhcetliW 45 Cent. ,
Owing to a typographical error In
the J. C. Penney Co. advertisement In
the East Oregonlan 72 Inch bleached
Pcpperlll sheeting was announced on
snle at 13 cents per yard, whereas the
selling price of that grade of sheeting
Is 4 5 cents.
His Hip Pocket
Yea, that is exactly where he put it Rather a queer
. place for a fellow to put a new piece of jewelry, eh? ,
But then men and women differ as to a place of safe
ty, lie realizes he has some wonderful value. It was up
to him to find a place of safe keeping.
SAFETY FIRST! Now fellow townsmen, you have
the same opportunity to take advantage of the reduced
prices in our high grade Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry,
Silverware, etc. All we ask Is for you to come in and let
as show you the wonderful values. . .
H anscom's Jewelry Store
Gets Pretty Cati-h. ,
A catch of fish secured by Ed Peters
In about two hours on Ujjper McKay
yesterday brougnt rortn a lot or. ex
cited comment this morning when the
finny members were displayed In the
window of the Allen-Knight Co. The
catch numbered ten. a majority of
which were 12 to 14 Inches long. They
were all rainbow trout.
He Pleaded Guilty
It Is not so very unusual for Dock
Rudd to get pinched and fined. for be
ing drunk, city officials declare, but
for him to plead guilty after tho
charges are preferred Is something out
of the ordinary and that Is what he did
this morning when he was haled Into
court after having been picked up
Saturday night.. He ;aid $10. Jack
Nelson contributed $25 on a charge of
being, drunk, and disorderly.
Irvine NieakVi Tomorrow .
At the monthly meeting of the Com
mercial Association to be held In the
Klks lodge room B. F. Irvine, editor
of the Oregon Journal, will be a special
guest of honor and will give a talk on
"Improved forms of city government."
Mr. Irvine Is an excellent speaker and
an enthusiast over betterments in city
government. 'All members of the as
sociation are asked to be. out for the
meeting tomyrroW night. . , . '
SELECTING THE NEW CORSET
Nothing in the entire list of feminine require
ments must be so exacting as the corset; for no mat
ter how perfect your dress, how fautlenss your suit,
the effect is not what it should be unless the corset
is correct style and properly fitted.
The completeness of our stocks assures all proper
foundation for their summer outfit, and our corset
ierre will glady show the most correct way in which
to adjust the corset to give proper poise and freedom
llooth lias ttone Homo
R. A. Booth, chatrmarl of the state
highway commission, has returned to
his home In Western Oregon he has
ndvlked In a wire to Secretary P. I.
Rarr of the -Commercial Association.
The three members of the commission
were at Baker Saturday and It was de
sired to have them stop off here en
route home. It is possible that Messrs.
Yeon and Barrett may be Induced to
make a stop here. However there has
been some difficulty about locating
22. cal. for ;
Where I toes Tho Oup Ik-loiur?
As a result of the victory of the
grade schools of Pendleton In winning
their track meet Saturday In the coun
ty affair, Supt. II. E. Inlow is -In a
dllemna as to what disposition to make
of the beautiful loving cup which wus
presented to the grades-as a result of
their athletic prowess. Just where
should that cup be placed? There were
four schools who were entered in the
meet, and it can't be given to one
alone. In an effort to give a bit of
the pleasure to everyone, It Is prob
able that the cup will be In each
building for one week until the end
of school where It will he locked up
for safe keeping until next year.
2099 a junior corset of white coutil trimmed at
top with embroidery, very lightly boned. Medium
high above the waist, with short skirt, ideal corset
for growing girls $l.7o
3118 A junior corset of pink coutil with elastic
sides and very low bust $1.75
3096 This is an entirely topless corset. Made of
batiste and has two elastic gores at top $1.50
4041 Is made of coutil trimmed with embroidery,
back lacing corset for stout figure. Front clasp
11' inches, length of back from waist down 15 in.
4057 Splendid athletic model of pink coutel and
elastic. The entire side sections are of elastic, $3.00
5032 Silk striped batiste With two gores of el
astic, shirred ribbon trimmed, for medium and slen
6049 This couset is in pink coutil, high bust,
small hip $2.50
6047 A good, practical coutil corset at medium
price, extremely low bust. The elastic top is finished
.with overstitching in blue silk $3.50
6041 Made of white coutil. Excellent model for
stout figure, graduated front clasp. Has wide
woolen silk trimming at top, 3VL in. bust height, 11
in. front clasp, 14 in. hip length. Price $1.75
7553 Pink Broche in slender and normal figure.
7559 Sport model in pink batiste and elastic, new
model and moderately priced $3.00
9047 A successful model for the tall stout figure.
Made of coutil and finished at top with embroidery
and narrow blue ribbon. Has low bust with very
high back, long skirt, elastic at bottom and back
9048 A good looking corset that will give good
lines to average figure. Made of pink silk broche.
9503 Elastic corset, very low bust line and long
hips, a very popular model $4.00
5045 Back lacing corset for stout figure, made of
white coutil, six supporters $4.50
6039 This is a Kabo Comfort Top Corset This
special, feature was designed to meet the corset re
quirement whom have complained of the constant
pressure of the ordinary corset at the top of the
front steel $4.50
7075 A good model for the usual well developed
figure. Made of white coutil, has low top and long
plnnning a meeting in Stanfield Fri
day and another at Butler Creek Sat
urday. -. . ...
KnllWa In Marines. -
Xorvell Sunde, of this city, enlisted
today In the United Slates marines.
He will leave this evening for .Portland
to take his final examination. He is
the third recruit to Sign up for the
marines with Coruoral Shelby A no
way, who is here on furlough from
lecture Tills Evening-.
A lecture on dental hygiene, open to
the public. Is to bo given this evening
at the library auditorium by Dr. J. C.
Jones, under the auspices of the .state
board of dental examiners.
Will Confer With Offlelals.
A. L. Larson, president of tho Ore
gon Hay Growers' Association, and
Don Campbell, secretary of the asso
ciation, nre In Toppenlsh, Washing
ton, today to confer with officials of
tho Washington growers' association
on matters of co-operative marketing.
Tho Oregon body, recently formed, is
Dealers Get Fines. -
Vinos of t2o were imposed
mm-nlnir on restaurant keeDerS. gro
cers and confectioners In the court of
Justice JOe H. Parkes when charges
preferred by the rooa ana oairy in
spectors were faced. Those fined in
cluded Andy r Johnson, L. White,
Charles DeSpaln. -Pete Pakos. I.. Pa
pas, Tom Ocncck and Gus Excdes, J.
I'ozegar and George Swartz. two
counts, John Lund, Otto Hohbach, N.
D. Swearlngen, J. E. Piiison, Eng I.uke
and George Gray. ' F. W. llergendorff
was fined $10 pn each' of two counts.
WHO W ANTS TO HE KICH
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His fine was less than In the other
cases on the recommendation of leni
ency made by the deputy inspectors.
who completed the big program of the
school year in the matter of oratory,
declamation and track events when the
track meet was finished Saturday aft
ernoon came pretty nearly breaking
even when all the events are consid
ered, it was pointed out today by a
school official. Pendleton's division
took very nearly the whole show In
the afternoon's meet, but at the decla
matory contest held Friday night the
other districts scored victories which
made honors about even. The first
division got a first and second as did
the second division. The fourth divi
sion secured two firsts and one second,
so everybody has some victories.
Schools Divide Honors
. The various districts of the county
Apply Zemo, the Clean, An
tiseptic Liquid Easy t9 Use
Does Not Stain
Greasy salves and ointments should
not be applied if good clear skin ia
wanted. From any druggist for 35c, or
S1.00 for large size, get a bottle of Zemo.
When applied as directed it effectively
removes eczema, quickly stops itching,
and heals skin troubles, also sores,
burns, wounds and chafing. It pene
trates, cleanses and soothes. "Zemo is
a clean, dependable and inexpensive
antiseptic liquid. Try it, as we believe
nothing you have ever used is as eff eo
tive and satisfying.
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and repaired. Satisfaction guar
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KERR'S WHEAT FLA ICRS cook in;
Champ Kid Swimmer of Movies
HI ik M$h
Richard Readrick. three and a half, is another film prodigy. HkJ
temperament was shown recently when he was rescued from "drowning
while making a picture. It naturally riled himbecaus hc'5 champ JiW
Don't Let Opportunity
Knock You Down
before iu attempt to embrace it. Your money should be worth
ns much to yourself as it is to others. Therefore when you have
n opportunity to get more for it at this store you should take
advantage of the privilege. The Bee Hive Prices are usually al
ways a trifle lower than elsewhere and' many times the savings
to be had here arc decidedly surprising. The Pee Hive cus
tomers are satisfied, customers because they get their nionc's
worth always. The same opportunity is yours.
Tumblers, good qual
ity, clear glass, best
shapes, at 7c each.
Thin blown tumblers,
and sherbits, clear, best
of quality, at 29c each.
Ladies Hose at 32c pair.
Children's Hose, 29c pair.
Flesh colored Braissieres, front and
back fasten, strong, durable and very
neat, at 39c each.
nets, fully guaranteed,
at 10c each; ;$1.00 the
whim: THKY LAST
Boxed Stationery, white and colored,
best quality linen. 5!K' a box.
MAW A HAN K Al'COl XT
lias been started with the savings made
trading at The Bee Hive. This is real
thrift SPK.xniXU MONEY WHERE IT
BCYS THE MCT.
Our Summer under
wear is selling at just
one-half price. Your
saving is immense. .
THE BEE HIVE
"MORE FOR LESS"