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DAILY EAST OREGONlAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TIIUHSDAY EVElTItfO,
People Here and There
tiU'I 12, 1021.
;f thp nin homf town 1
: &m L, m'cou.aiwF.'u v2i1 S1"! M Iff
, raft.tvsBlb'1 m UB31 10 I "PnrlQ
Ixon Cohen, 0110 of Pendleton's
Merchant princes, Ih In Portland sivap
' 1'iiiK reminiscences with former resi
dents of that place. Mr. Cohen li ih
retired from active business and Ih 1 it. -I
in: to uinuse himself liy 1'litliiiK
iiroiiiul. OreKun Journal.
K. W. Kiih-mn r of tlx- CuntiliiKhnm
Land & Sheep Co. has returned from
Knti'l'liilHU where ho hiiH been IuoMmk
after hU sheep inti-icMt h.
Hubert U Hates of Pendleton, who
rtprcaenlM n funn mattalno, drove
overland to Iji lirande yesterday. Mrs.
(lutes will follnw by rail tomorrow.
IteV. Alfrril l.oelwood win In Wcs
Inn yesterday where he conducted a
FIRST ROSE OF SUMMER
IS BLOOMING ALONE IN
LOCAL FLOWER GARDEN
Tho flrt Miixhiwr roue of tho 4
summer of I9l!l Ih hloomlniMn
the Burden of Mrs. C. A. Oliver.
It Im a J. II. Clink, and a bright
red In color.
Several miter rose bushes are.
In bud ami H Ih not likely that
the premiere blossom m;III ho left
What waltcs members of the I'miitll.
la county Kami Jiureau will pay dur
Iuk the In 'Iiik season will he iliHiUHHf d
at a meeting of the Farm itiireau txe
riitlvu committee In tho bureau's of
fU'e Saturday afternnnn. If possible,
Fred Hennlon, county nxent, will In
dine President Howard und Directors
liurdleli and H'hlllltis of tho U. 8.
drain trrowcrs who will lie In Tim
Dalles Friday l stop off In Pendleton
for the Saturday ineclini;.
Tho county lahor committee will re
;oit Its findinxH at the niecllnK. Other
business to come In fore the committee
includes the relationship of the bur
eau to the market Intf protfram; rela
tionship of the Imreau to the Oregon
liay (IrowetH, and plans for harvest
I tVAI.K l!IIM ITIOS M-.s I-.W1K1
W.SHINCTON'. May 12. The
i first and most necessary step In put-
Sl'g the country' railroads hack on
i their feet Ih watte reductions, Julius
I Kruttohuill, chairman of the South-
lorn I'ticlflc, declared before tho Inter
state (omenuco committea of railroad
School Medium June 2t.
Wauls are belli;,' sent out for the
reports that arc to he submitted June
I'll hy clerks of m hool districts at the
annual meeting which Ih to be held
simultaneously In different counth-M of
the stain. ltemH thHt are reipilrcd to
ho filled out are the cash on hand at
time of last report, and iimountH re
ceived from county, state and elemen
tary school funilH. A new law pro
vides that the bookH of clerks of school
districts, except districts of the first
class, shall he made every year hy the
district boundary hoard. The audit
must be made by August 1.
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court P"one 880
10 pounds $1-0
100 pounds 9-00
GOLQ SHIELD CUrf..
1 pound can ....
2 pound can
3 pound can
5 pound can .....
10 lb. box, fr.ncy $1.40
Iff lbs. bulk $1.00
10 lbs. net weight ....S2.C0
5 lbs. net weight $1.00
6 lb. Crisco $1.25
7 cans Borden t
7 cans Carnation S-l-f
10 cans Hebe $1.09
8 cans Canyon
ROYAL W. SOAP
12 bars Cream Oil....$1.0P
20 bars $l-''
10 ban Fels Naptha....95c
12 bars Palmolive ....$1.00
GOLD CREST BUTTER.
1 pound roll 40c
2 pound roll 75c
2 lbs. County Butter....60c
209 E. Court
( lark Waives Kvamlnatloii
Jack ('lark, who was returned from
Iii Orande yesterday morning where
he tvaH arrested on recjuest of the of
fl'o of Sheriff Zotth llniiwr, was be
fore Justice Joe H. 1'arkes thin morn
ing for his preliminary hearinK- He
waived the examination and was
hound over to await the action of the
(fraud Jury. Not belntf able to pro
vide the required uit bond lie was
remanded to tha cuntody of the sher
iff. He is chained with the theft of a
car from Freewater a liltlo more than
three weeks iitso.
MEN WB8AR0S HIRED rW ''fgSrS, I
Bought a paR cm pontcpS. g
TO SHOES TODAY. 1
iiiiniirii Tnnri xri i to niiiiniti nn nn n inn u.
warn IHKtAltfl IU I oUfiUAi obliuUL RAm em
FifiHT i fwn iiw: mm fvfninr m.-.z.'Z:.-.. : z.
II iuiii lu luvb w i mi ii i lii;uiu w I 1.1 ill I u I I li li I
! ! I8.
FOR THECRA2U." -
Hore is another gift HUK'it""1
for the jyirl graduate.
who esomenesH 01 wuu.". . ,
.. , -.tL.tua ..Knwpred uoon the gin
weai guia "
graduate. ., , ,
The Best Quality
18 inch strand
21 inch strand
24 inch strand
30 inch strand
The I-nrjcst l.lamon.1 Dealer In Efri Or. n.
Petition l or Adinhibitratrlx
A petition Hceklnir the ajiointment
of Mary Iiyer Depew ax ailminlH'.ratrix
of the estate of Michael MeC'racken,
late of Umatilla county, wan field in
the offico of the county clerk today.
The value of the estate Ih approximate
ly $12,ri00. S. A. Ixwel i attorney
for the estate.
To llwovrr Anlu
Suit a filed today In circuit court
in which tho Northwestern Fire Asso
ciation brought action againHt J. Trox
al. The papers were withdrawn short
ly after the case was filed, rossesdon
of an auto Ih said to be the point at
issue between the parties. 11. A. Green
filed tho case.
k For tiuardiaii
A petition to have Waller WcKncr
appointed ftuardian for Garnet Wen
ner, a minor, was filed in the office of
th county clerk yesterday afternoon
by Attorney U. W. Coutts.
ATIIKVA Mai- 1 The Athen-i
VIL.N'A, May 12. (A. IM The Tol- , ,,.,,, ,,,, . (h Tllr.hf lf.am
Ish. women of Vilna have taken up cud- . . V) 3 , a hum palne ,a Atnenil
pcIh unainst tho Ieasue of Nations. Kuntiny
iney cnoiwoeri'd arms nisi Hiiminei j)r , n(j
aim iiiukiu iioi.sncviK nonuer in oe- -au
fense of the city and they nsnert they .,,'
will fiKht nifaln if the League should
attempt to send an iiiternailonal army
to police the disputed territory in event
of a plebiscite.
Willimif wail inir for marnifaptnrin;r und lahor ensto to
romo ilown, the Litllcv Lijflit Corporation have arbitrar
ily reduced Hie nri,- of their Mwlcl H Isllev Lirht and
Home Klt-ctric 1'ow.t riant from $fi23 to $135 (F.O.B.
Detroit), or a saving to you of $1 U).
This swopping rod net ion which artnally pnts the price
of the Model II 1 .alley brio tho pro-war bacis, power
and pflicionry oonsidored is made for the month of
Mav only, aiid cannot be niainlainpd at that low fiVn.ro
utiles inortinsetl sales romo, in sufliciont volume to keep
tho Iifillfy factories working at full 6)oei1, in which raao
volume production will absorb the lo.s the Iulloy Light
Corporation is now taking.
While thp new low price of $4R5 will prevail through the
month of Mav, it will all depend on May sales whether or
not it will be continued, and if the sales do not warrant this
ereat reduction the price will be advanced June 1st, as it
is absolutely impossible for the Lalley Light Corporation
to continue to stand a loss such as this new price repre
This is your opportunity to pet this hifrnly refined Model
H I.alley I.ifrht and Home Klectric Power Plant at less than
actual cost of manufacture the same hiprh jrradn Lalley
thnt has seen eleven years of actual use in thousands of
farm homes; the biRPTer, better, more powerful Lnlley, the
plant that "Docs Morn and Does It Better." It carries the
titatidaid one year's guarantee.
Come in and see this wonderful plant, or phone or write
for full particulars. Komember this low price of $185
may have to be raised after May 31st.
BE SURE SEE THE LALLEY FIRST
Sturgis & Storie
V'llna. at present, is occupied hi
General Lillian Uelinowski, and sonic
20.0(10 1'ollsh soldiers, while repre
sentative of Poland and Lithuania,
with the League of Nations as mediat
or, have been conferring) with the
view to determine the fate of the Vilna
district, which is called Central Lithu
ania by General ZeliKowtki and his adherents.
The League's Military Commission
of Control. 'Which since last fall hat
been endeavoring to settle the contro
versy between Poland and Lithuania,
until recently made Hh headquarters
tn vlln.i. Tho control Cnmniissirm ha f
never been popular In Vilna. Py a re
cent decision which denied v.nien the
right of franchise, should a plebiscite
be held, the Commission came into
greater disfavor than ever, especially
among the women.
The Commission members contend
that the birth records of Centra'
Lithuania arc so incomplete that the
voting of women would only c nipli
it was in consequence of this deci
sion, Rnd to manifest their disapproval,
that a crowd of women attacked the
Commission's chairman. Colonel Char-
dittny, and spattered his Krench uni
1 form with cues, some of which ivert
Of1 not exactly fresh. A few days aftei
Money Spent for Women ande(i , hea,!,,,,',,,., frm vm . k.v-
HViilrlren'o Welfare Work. "'. which is the seat of Kovcrnment of
Deplores Small Amount
It 1 9 lSUi,?"LS.ll reiidlcton
"The women's and children's bu
reaus of the rolled Ptates receive but
five and a half thousandths of one
per cent of the total income of the na
tion," said Mrs. C. Ii. Himmons, rer.i
onal director of the National League
of Women Voters and a delegate from
Alsivorth P. T. A. In her nddrcHH to
the state convention of tho Parent'
Teacher Association this morning.
Mrs. Simmons deplored the small
amount of money spent for women
and children, and compared the am
ount with that spent for present arm
aments and past wars, a total of
per cent. Her statistics showed that
one per cent was expended for public
welfare, three for public works, and
3.2 for administration of tho govern
ment. Mrs. Hill Gives Ili-port.
Mrs. J. F. Hill, of the Portland
Parent Teacher Council, gave a com
prehensive, report of tho work of
Portland associations. Tho council
has 4 3 circles affiliated, representing
8500 members; the sum of $7000 hu
hem contributed to community work;
co-operation has been given other or
ganizations working for child better
ment and other diservinq; causes; the
fall meetings were handled through
the Visiting Nurses Association and
the Pcil Cross and programs for In
stiuctintv mothers were put on: and
scores of other projects were accom
plished through the splendid efforts
of the Portland P. T. A.'s.
Many Ilclegntes Here.
The list of delegates includes am
ong others, the following: Mrs. Wal
lace Miller, Mrs. Norman Siockdale.
Mrs. W. T. liiilllps, Mrs. 1). P.. Kelly.
Mrs. W. Pelt, Mis. V. Sowers, Mrs.
T. Narad. Mrs. C A. Pass. Mrs. Lena
! Flaherty, '.Mrs. W. II. P.athgate, Mrs.
ill. II. Douglas, .Mrs. V. Webb, Mrs. 11.
IC. Hodkgins. Mrs. ('. H. Simmons, Mrs.
'.I- W. Pennington. Miss Helen Cow
jgill. Mrs. W. J. Hawkins. Mrs. P. U.
IMcrhlnney, Mrs.' I.. P. Malone, Mrs.
Ella Nelson, Mrs. George Gerald, Mrs.
George Perkins. Mrs. O. S. Richard
son. Mrs. George Crawford, .Mrs. W. IV
li. Dodson. Mrs. W. A. Uunyan, Mrs.
Tom Swennes. Mis. II. K. Ilioivn, Mrs.
.1. 1!. Lynch. Mrs. K. H. Palmer, Mrs.
L. L. Jlllson, Mrs. It. W. rogue. Miss
Willda Hucknian. Mrs. Frank New.
Mrs. Charles Hendy. .Mrs. A. Felts.
Mrs. liolx rt Mayes. Mrs. Lester Kel
kcr. Mrs. M. Walker, Mrs. lialph K.
Wible. Mrs. Anna Head. Mrs. W. X.
Horning. Mrs. .1. I".. StambaiiRh, Mrs.
John Meeker, Mrs. .lolm llergstrand.
Mrs. Lucy Murray, Helen Hixon, Mrs.
F W. Charles, Mrs. Orphic Potmlcx
ter. Mrs. G. Nazor, Mrs. John Ki;:ley,
Mrs. John Waldron. Mrs. C. A. Moore,
Mrs. Charles lllnman. Mrs. Fred Pit
ers. Mrs. F. IV MiGrew, Mrs. J. A.
Wilson and .1. G. Swan.
NOMINATIONS AUK M V1K.
WASHINGTON, May K'. U". 1M -Presldent
Harding sent the senate the
folh..vtns nominations, Commissioner
of IMuiatiin, .lolm Tigeii, of Ken
tucky: Assistant Commissioner Gener
al of Umd office. George Wyckham.
ot Los Angeles.
the republic of Lithuania.
Elcht of the women were arrested
by the local police authorities, but nt
date has been set for the trial.
A petition signed by thousands of
Vilna women has been sent to the
Ijeasue of Nations asking f'r the re
moval of Colonel Chardigny as head of
of the Military commission of Control.
The Lithuanians contend for tin
Vilna district on the grounds that
Vilna was the capital of the ancient
state of Lithuania. They claim it also
under terms of a treaty of peace with
the Soviets signed in Moscow- last
Tho Vilna Poles contend that the
majority of the population of the Vil
na district is Polish, and that as less
than three percent of the population
of about l.son.ooo are Lithuanians,
the state of Lithuania has no just
claim to the land under dispute.
Vilna's streets are daily filled with
Zciismiskl soldiers, all of whom wear
the Piii.-,h uniform. Many of the offi
cers have adopted the Zelh'owski Cen
tral Lithuania insigna which is worn
on the collar tncether with the Polish
white eagle. The polish colors are to
be seen everywhere in the business
section of Vilna on holidays, land in
most of the stores and restauranats
there are pictures of Joseph Pilsudsskl,
Poland's rtili f of state.
Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Kager and
daughters Petty and Virginia visited
relatives in Dayton Wash., Sunday.
Morris Hall was in the city from
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dell and daugh
ter Lucinda and Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
Littlejohn were Walla Walla visitors
Mrs. Pert I'lersol and two children
arrived in the city Tuesday morning
from Vale to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. John Haworth and
small son were in Walla Walla Sunday.
Mrs. D. H. Mansfield of Walla Walla
wan a guest of her daughter Mrs. Hert
Mrs. George Myrick was a Walla
Walla visitor Sunday.
Mrs. Jack Cese and son Dale of Ad-
mis were In the city Saturday.
Miss Nina Tharp "as In Walia Walla
Itoone Watson of Thorn Hollow was
in the city Tuesday.
Mivs Mattie Coppoci; who has been
visiting her aunt Mrs. Mrandon at
Pavrtte. Idaho has returned home.
Miss Ituth Hint visited friends in
Milton Sunday. !
Mrs. Harrison Kirk and son Wcndel,
Mrs. Iouis Van Winkle, and Miss Vir
Jie Keys were in the city from Weston
Mr. and Mrs. Henry rivrrett wen
Walla Walla visitors Sunday.
The Sunday school class of Miss
Ha7jl Herr of the Methodist church
gave a party at the J. F. Herr home
Monday evening. Refreshments were .
served. These who attended were
Florence Maxwell, Fhylis Dickenson.
flnth Williams, E"iher Counter, :
Planch Johnson. Kppa Piersol, Vernon j
Miller, Joe McKlbanev. Velton Read, j
William Coppock and Neil Mclntyre. !
Mrs. J. F. Herr and daughter Miss '
Hazel attended the opera. "The Magic;
Flute" In Walla Walla T'.iesdav even- !
J. C. Penney Co.. A Nation-Wide Institution
4 l A U.!
( Pon t give the baby patent medi
cine. If you feel you must use adver
tised remedies try them or. yourself,
or better still, on the dog. Let your
family doctor a-(end to the oaliy.
These Are Harvest Bays
I'OK TIIK SMALL INVKSTOIl
The whole world is bidding for
money at the highest interest
late in all history.
Today you can get $10 on every
$ 5 till with safety on a certain
high-grade preferred stock
with valuable "rights."
Write for Financial State
ment. Fanli References, etc.
.1. I'. THOMSON CO.. C.
IJB Liberty St., New York
CREPE DE CHINES,
A special quality purchase direct from
New York manufacturers for cash at re
markable price concessions makes it possible
for us to offer these beautiful dresses at such
New Styles, Light and Dark Colors
A wonderful opportunity for you to buy
one or more of these captivating silk frocks
for less than retailers would ordinarily pay
for them. Take advantage of this extraordi
nary offer. It means a big saving on your
summer apparel, they won't be here long at
these unusually low prices for dresses of
worth so auparent.
New Silk Blouses $2.98
Dainty filmy creations of delicately" tinted
Georgette well made and atractively rimmed
with white laces of becoming designs and the
now popular silk braids. Several of these will
prove a valuable addition to the summer
3-j 3 j , DEPARTMENT STORES
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution
I'KIXT SHOI' l!OFiHT I
roil Mi:iFoi:n i'apkk ;
SKAS1DK, Or., May 12. W. K. 1
Phipps, attorney of Modford. has pur-,
chased the large Asteria printing plant !
of K. N. Kurd of this city. The plant ;
will be moved to Medford immediately
and Phipps will enter the newspaper
business there. It Is his Intention to
conduct a weekly for the present, and
this fall make the publication a daily.
a jil'fy l..m Kerr's
f II M .
Knock You Down
befcro : 'u atte opt to
as much to yourself a
an otportun::y to cet
advant.ise of th ' pri.-
embrace it. Your money should be worth
it is to others. Therefore when you have
more for it at this store you should take
;ie :e. The Pee Hive Prices arc usually at.
ways a trifle lomr than elsewhere and many times the sa ings
to be h.id lor.' are decidedly surprising. The Fee Hive cus
tomers ere ratisflid customers because they get their monej's
worth always. The same opportunity is yours.
Tumblers, good qual
ity, clear gluss, best
shapes, at 7c each.
Thin blown tumblers,
and sherbits, clear, best
of quality, at 29c each.
Mrs. Orare I'rmih-v tftklev is re.
porter. ediiiM- ami business omnaver
of iipwapatier is yie.1 dallv in Hotel
Pennsylvania. New Vmk. Us
fitirfxiire p;u.-t KivtiiK alt tb hotel
to.i and ntiervifMf witji mti-rest-
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
Wllll.i: Till Y LAST
Hoxed Stationery, white and colored,
best quality linen. 5!)c a Ihix.
MAM A HAXK ACCOVNT
has been started with the savings mado
tradiiiK rit The Itee Hive. This is real
thrift SPF.ND1NO MONF.V W HKltF IT
PUTS TUB MOST.
Our Summer under
wear is selling at just
one-half price. Your
saving is immense.
THE BEE HIVE
"MORE FOR LESS'