r PAGE TORUS TEN PAGES DAILY EAST OltEG ONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON MONDAY EVENING, MAY 1 (5 , 1 9 2 1 . ' ii iiifiiifiiiiiiiiiiitiitiiiiiiiiiiJiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii::iijjiiiiiiii iiiijutiifiiiiiiiifriiijiiiiiiiiiuiiiiititiiiititiiitiiiiiiiiitti initiiiittiEiiieiiitDitfififiitiisintiiiftitiitiitftiiititi its News Notes of Pendleton Ctl.KMIMt on i : i :ts May !!-27 l'cndleluii Mer chants' nnil Manufacturers' Car nival. Klx-oliil) K"lf tournament to lie played hero Saturday and Kun day May 2X-2H. May III, Juno 1 mid 2 Klnlo convention (if UiTKon federation of W'uriii'ii'H clubs. Jn iu :i iiini 4--Twi'tity-niiilh A iiiiiiii I I'lonccr picnic. Juno H. l.r,, 1 riluto Con vention ,f the (I. A. II. Jnim :;7-Aiii:iiHt 6 Hummer Xorinul School. September i'l, L'.'l, 21 Annual Pendleton 1 1 inmil -L ' p, ilay al llm Hnlviitlnii Army liall, 'ID Kast Alia,, A special service villl'h is In la' lipid will lii'Kln al K o'clock. I Adjutant flell will speak anil hpeclal ! mimic lain I j n arrallKcil. 4U : much nf I h''i. nbuiit. ii Jii'inlh, KiM'inIini? th- rim.' in 'liiHloti ami I'iiris. lb- H.-iil j.fij In . rronipuny with V. W. I In w khis, 1 5; pMHilfiil uf thu Taitt'd Jvchm. RUY AT HOME MAY WHITE SALE fENDLCTOVS LF-ADINQ STORE BUY AT MAY WHITE SALE s s s a 'Hun l.liiior nt. , For bavin).' liiuir In his possession lllccally, .loh ri fine wan fined J.'.u In llii' four ir .Indite KHz Herald thin lunvninK.. IliH arrest was made liy Ihe police. Ccmvo KIhii-uiii was fined H.-ct iii,Im v nil a chalKe f piirkiiiK liis mi- in an Incorrect manner, lie paid. Niirlhi'iii Mclil' The Nol l hern iblo Snt iuiIh.v ami al fordi d Keen. s .IkIiIh wre ii isal n via- lllllli III J'oilllleloll j- fun! exhibition of tin- Special Hale granted Tlici railroad Iium cranti il tn nn-m-hers of the ('.rami Army of the I if I mi I phi noim-iioit. The Pj;hts llliinilaali'il I Ic entire shy in colors of erei n, K'dd, 'r-T Mil", pink and li't and tin: Hi;ht W;ih one of K!!nt hiautv. Alien, I Walla Walla Vellnif l.t. Moys, radet. Alorford ami ('apt. .lellliie Coill'ail, In chaw of III" Hal vatlon Army work here, left thin moiiiiiiK for. Walla Walla wlnre liny will assist In a special nieetinw Hint Is In In- In Id lliere this evening. Adjutant IK II (turning Adjnlant J. Hell, ymiiiu people rotary from Seattle, will'lie here ci Tiu He and their wiveH a rate of two i eJ(m a mill- In tile Klale encampment to lie held here .(niie ., K, and HI. Thin nPlilli'H iinly lo (J. A. It. nienilierx, and iiieintierK of the nuxiliarioH mu:t. piy the reKuiar fare. liiihil'iill Is .2(1. The rainfall yesterday and last nlld ! totaled . o of an im-li and more will j iu'ui,i,i,iv lolluw rays .Major i ... a - i house, dIIuihI weather nli'-erver. 'I'liei maximum today Is UK, Hie minimum I;; i:i and Hid haioinelcr i-cbIkUth 2'iJ,'J:. ;S V Qi l v d-b v cLb c riilllp daekson sails I'tiillp .laek.Hon, won of .Mr. and Mrs I'. H. Jackson of I'orilaad and wel. known In I 'onillot"n, -who lias hei i FpendiiiK Hevei'al weeks in Xcw 'ork sailed Inn Week for Ktirope yn the sti niioditp .M.iuretania. He will la a1'- i Alleiul (K'iiiii; Sunday i l''ive hainlred ieople from ton and I'matilla county v.' i iliose preseiii at the opening d Iseasini al liiimhaln Splines ; if t his iriniher, una ;i vaih seheM of tlic iipporiunuy t nw ini. l-endle- ii oion y of the est erilay. I I helll- j H enjoy a jS I -mi 101 101 101 101-oi 401101101101- RICH, CLEAN MOKN'fN'G'S MILK Eat ire Rails RAISIN CLT'CAKKS Try this as a sample of what raisins do. Then make many other foods with raisins: : Clips Silli-.Maid Seedless I'.aisin:: J cups Water 1 1-- cups siiirar J Ihsp. s.uirlemni;. I'ut louct her mil hoil for a cool. Tll'lt add: tninulc 1.(1 (Tel I l-p- e t-1' l-P 1-4 Isp. 1 tsp. s. tuna nion . l ot mi e; i Im. s .d i I n op Makes !; I:.. hakliur pov. 1 cup chopped nut.s. ; cups i lour niKture ililo cup ('.li e .' docn ca i.i s. or one , MO at i p. to iieh d. Pendleton Cash Market, Inc. 301 EaSt Court Street. Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both , Departments. -loi loi loi loi loi lui loi loi loi T lialph llu,;;es hoscn. ICaluh laireet-.iof J'endlelon, has j he. n chosen to represent the Tnher Ipily ol (il'don ( hapter of Kappa Wu j ma. men's national fraternity, al the ' national conventjon .soon to he held In j l 'llicalio. V iilliii; r.urcesM will make tin: trip al Hie done of the present term of colleue. I'ly I'ishhiK rii'dniiiiniiles The river is not, a fhst-ratc place to fish limit imw, acconlini; to the opin ion expressed hy local aimlers. 'i'he snow l.s m'dtinj; in the mountains, and in Im ujiper htri'tclns, the water In muddy. It in still milky w lien the water reaches I'endleion. .Meaclium is u kooiI fishint? place riht now, and the .iiinller stieains ale nldin hii catches. Sol Ilauni tlliuks river will not be good for Hire, four days. Mav Going On May White Sale Now Organdie Beau tiful imported Swiss organdie, for Graduation Dresses and summer wear. 85c Quality, May White Sale 69c $1.50 Quality, May White Sale .... $1.23 $1.75 Quality, May White Sale .... $1.39 May White Sale Lyk Linen 40c Quality, May White Sale 31c 50c Quality, May White Sale 39c 65c Quality, May White Sale 49c 75c Quality, May White Sale 58c tilt! Hie : or While Sale Poplin $1.35 Quality, May White Sale .... $1.19 May White Sale Towels 2.r,c (Jnnl., May W hile Sale 21k: Miss Sehlirpf 4 lioseli Miss Alma Scharpf, of Portland, sis. tcr of I,. ('. Scharpf of tiiis city, was elected secretary of the student hody at ii. A. ('. at the elecllon on Satur day, winning over her opponent hy votes. M:ss Scharpf. 'with a" aera;e of iii for her three years, has taken the Clara II. Waldo scholarship prize for two yeais in succession. She is a. member of Forium, all-school honor ary society; ( nnicron Nu, home econ i inn s hoao.-;i!' ; Mask and llallitel, dramatic society and of Kappa Alpha Tie la. women's fraternity. . IWvO -fc- ' A Pot of Gold AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW Did you ever try to find it? Then Mlow tlio trail that leads t: the Hansconi Jewelry Store. There you will find nil kinds of irold made up into all kinds of token:-. GIFTS THAT LAST want then Miotiui you not see exactly wiiat you they will make it to your liking:. Trail right alontr to the Hanseom Jewelry Store. Ask Hnnscom, IIK knows. .Maki 'J w :1111s of I',: IPllldill'j applica cie mad Ke. on! me w as for r of a luoaulietil eni.elll .MeU: of JJMil, i'hc -a rtn t ion of a Iiin;i r and I'; Applications. ions for hliildinK per- ,'atuiiniy at the office cr 'riloiiai.i Fitz ierald. pairine: and ii.meiitinu of the resaicni e of e at an etimaied cost other was fu- the con service .station hy llil rl er on Kast Court siivet. The main part of the hulld iiiK is to he HI hy Is feet with a full hasi mciit and a ;x hy Hi foot porch. I:ri' k tile end wood w ill he used in coi.struetion of the laiihlnn-', which will cost jr.ua. 50c Quality, May White Sale 05c Quality, May White Sale 75c Quality, May White Sale 43c 58c 69c r: gnnl., May W hile Sail- 2flc 4IK: ymil., May White Snlo Sit: .-Ho gual., May While Sale 4I! C5c Qua., May Wlilte Sale 5ftr 7.K- guul., May Wliltn Nal 67u 11.00 QuaL, May White S. 84c SI. 25 Qual., May White S. $1.10 ll.fdJ gual., May White S. $1.28 May White Sale Nainsook 2."o Quality. May White Sale Ht :i.V- Qualily, May While Sale 2 (IM: t,ualil. May White Sale Sle BOe Qualily, May White Sale 40c li.V (.iialily. May While Sale May White Sale 45 in. Linen Tuhing $2.50 Quality May White Sale '. $1.73 May Wrhite Sale Laces and Emhroidery r,e May White Sale Long Cloth 2r.e Quality, M" While Sale S.-K- Qnalil.l, May White Sale l!)c Utic 40c Quality. May While Sale lc V.le Qiialily. May White Sale 41k; May White Sale Pique rhc Qiialily, (;:,c Qiialily, May White Sale 31)c May While Sale 4!c ;r- Quality, May While Sale r.Ho 8ac Quality, May While Sale :! if Quality, May White Sale 4e Hie Quality, May White Sale To 1 2 He Qiial.. May White Sale 9c Qual., May White Sale 12c Ilk: Qual., May White Sale 10c !." Qual., May White Sale 19c ii.'x: Qual., May White Sale 2Uc 40c Qual, May White Sale .11c r.Oc Qual., May While Sale c liac Qual., May White Sale 49c 7.-M- Qual., .May While Sale 58c 85c Qual., May White Sale 8c 81.00 QuaU, .May White Sale 7:tc 11.25 Qual., May White Kale 88c 81.50 Qual., May W hite S. $1.25 $1.75 Qual., .May White S. $1.45 (2.00 Qual., May White S. $1.83 $2.25 Qual., May White S. $1.95 $2.50 Qual., May White S. $2.15 83.00 Qual., May White K. $2.45 $:l.50 Qual., May White S. $2.95 $4.00 Qual., May White S. $:l..15 $4.50 Qual., May WlUte N. $.1.95 Mav While Sale Waiting 7.-ie Oual.. May Whin $1.00 Qual., May While Sah Sale Title $1.25 Qual.. May W hile Sale 9Ke 8I..VI Qual., May W hile S. $1.19 rrie At Portland Kn route to I he srand hale ron Plitlon of (Iddfellows to he held this week in .Mhany, several parties passed i he 'Week end at the various rortland hoMolrios. It. Alexander of Pendleton, vho hasn't missed many grand Indite iiieetinKs in the past ,,a years, register i d at. the Imperial and started to re count reminiscences of other days, (iilnrs registered at the Imperial on their way to the convention included S. F. Bowman and wife and A. O. far i'cii and ivifo, all from l'endleton. The Howmans and -Mr. and Mrs. Carden nioion.d to rortland from the eastern onriiii idly.- ( ireponian. roc 5e 75c ." May White Sale Skirting G1.00 Qual., May W hile Sale (llkr $1.25 Qual., May White Sale 9oc $1.10 Qual., May W hite Sale, .lite Qual., May White Sale. 4!ic Qual., May While Sale. .' Qual., May While Sale, lot" SI.50 Qual., -May White S. May White Sale Table Linen 5e Qual., May White Sale 79c $1.25 Qual., May White S. $1.05 $2.50 Qual., May W hite 8. $1.95 $11.50 Qual., May While S. $2.95 $4.00 Qual., May White S. 8:1.45 (4.50 Qual., May While S. $.1.95 $5.00 Qual., May White S. $4,119 .-..- $.85 $11.50 Qual., May White S. $7.50 Qual., May White S. $10.00 Qual., May White S. $8.50 $12.50 Qual. May White S $10.95 $13.50 Qual. May White S $1 1.35 $15.50 Qual. May White S $14.25 $10.50 Qual. May White S $14.25 $20.00 Qual. May White S $18.75 $25.00 Qual. May White S $21.50 ;!(). 00 Qual. May White S $25.50 A hove Prices Prevail oil Napkins. May White Sale Bed Spread $2.00 Qmil.. May White s. !.. S2.50 Qual., May W hite S. S2.20 S:t.00 Qual., May While S. 82.119 S;t.r0 Qual.. Mav While S. S.1.15 $1,011 Qual.. May White S. S:t.H" SI :,( Qua!.. May Wltite S. 81.05 S5.00 Qual., May W hite S. S4.ll. 811.50 Qual., May While S. $5.95 S7.50 Qual., May W hile S. 88.95 S8..-.0 Qual., May White S. S7.95 510.00 Qual. May White S. $9.25 M2.50 Qual. May White S. $1 1.45 This is the store that has the CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. QUALITY GOODS at lower prices. 3iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii i iiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini luiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif test would he a Uainey for Hie Fishinff Tackle That firings KcsuKs About that I fW Winchester rSSI2- cal. for' PtMp- Scu i rrcls ? I Si-K r of l.iK al Man DiiN Mrs. S. ii. Shirley, uf rortland, the j ictini of an auto accident in l'ort ! land recent ly and whose death oc j caned esterday, was a sister of A. I .1. iiwin of this city, a:l had often : vi-iied in i'eiull' ton durine; the ! Uound-I'p. .Mr. (Hven left eslerdu ! to attin.l the funeral services. Mrs. ; Shule'. who was IIL' years old is sur- ivi d hy h.cr hushand and two daught j el's, Mis. Shirh y ri ceived a frac ture at the huso of the skull when she was struck hy an automohile dclier truck driven ly lien Tontfest. She was crossing the street im ersct ion at I the lime. Toutfost is ailcvd to have j passed another machine at the inter , section in violation of the traffic laws. lie is now In Id uiidi r hond. 11 Was announced at Ihe colonel's office that an iinin.'s! into Hie nci ident will he held either loniept or tomorrow in or der to fix Ihe n sponsil.ihl y. pitchers' hattle, hut visitors weakened in the sixth while Crnnshaw. wno occu pied tho-mound for the IlK'els. re mained invinoilde, and his dazzhns speed and curves kept the Holdman hunch down to three scattered hits. He struck out H- men. The batteries were ltaincv and Powell for Holdman, and I'ranshaw and Wriuht for Timers. the Milk Served ill Unities. Several local restaurants have adop ted the system of servinK milk in bottles instead of in classes. The new plan was adopted so that Ihe milk can he served direct from the creamery to the patron, whilli rest aurant proprietors say is more sani tary than the old way and which is also a lime saver. ally well done and the book will be one of Ihe nest in the northwest. The are work is ( f a very high standard. Many of the cuts are those drawn hy Claude Snow. The West Coast In Kfavinp; Company in a letter to the staff complimented Mr. Snow sreatly upon Ms work and said that the art work surpassed many college annuals. Orders for some of the books have al- j ready been contracted. They will be placed on sale at the local book store for people wishing copies. Miss Irva I tale business manaser of this year's hook, will edit the annual next yeaf and she is busily at work gathering material for its contents. they will be guests at various frater nity houses for the Junior Week-End festivities. Th.(ise who will take in the annual event are, Miss Genevieve Phelps, Miss Alberta McMonies, Miss Edna Murphy, Ben Smith. Jens Ter geson. Donald Woodworth, Harold C.oedecke, John Simpson and David Swanson. Students to Visit ViiiAersiiy Sever al students of the school will leave Wednesday noon for Eugene where Medal Presentetl. Medals .won by the local high school track team at the Eastern Oregon track meet held In Union Saturday, were presented by Austin Landreth in an assembly held this morning. John Saunders, a se nior, won the medal for the individ ual high point man of the meet. Rich ard Earnhart, winner of the 880 yard dash was presented with the cup of fered for this event and also a medal for the winner of first place. The lo- KBRK'S WHEAT FLAKES A Sum mer Preakfast Cereal. cal team won the meet by several points and the material for next year's team is very promising. The three cups won at the meet were displayed in the hall this morning together with the Sheehan football cup and the cup won at the county track meet. Ac cording to Mr. Eandreth, the locals "carried off all the silverware In L'nion." ..Assist Nature. There are times when you should assist nature. It is now undertaking to cleanse your sys tem if you will take Hood's Sarsa parilla the undertaking will be suc cessful. This great medicine purifies and builds up as nothing else does. Tii: W in i The I'elldlcl. ed the lloldm. l ark j-estei-d.n Came by Ihe s t lie si ll I il W.I lill n 1'idored tigers defeat 11 I'.iiues at Holind-rp a fi t moon i n a fast ere of la to 1. from : e ident lh;it Hie c(Ul- tf3 i .tea m n n v. mi :v."7 t Plnvgroiind sinfiallst Cmniiia Through the combined efforts of the Commercial Association and the sum- i mcr normal. I r Henry I). Curtis of ! Uherlin college, formerly secrt'tary of the I'layground Association of Ameri ca, and of the National Child Welfare association, and author of n number ! of authoriative hc.oks on the subject of ! recreation, has been scoured to speak , In l'endleton June" L'S to ill. During ( his visit he will make addresses before the normal school, and it is probable! that, he will he asked to address somo ; civic bodies. A survey of recreational opportunities in Pendleton will be made by the noted educator during , his Isit. ! GENUINE n n n 1 3 n H M 11 DURHAM tobacco makes 50 ood cigarettes for 10c Atnliiorium Is rniu'r1! Tho juiilitoriuiii of thf comity libr- ! ;ry in lifiiiK reOi'cnrated. The walls aro bt'ini; ro-raer(d and the wood- . work will ho rcnovalotl. Tlio oluVt j rtti'in will nut Im rt-ltHiratoil but srv- : rr.il n'W piiu-rs of ftirnitun hnvp boon , ndiliul, nnn ibfin 12 oak Windsor' chairs and a handsome . tablo. Tho work of ronovinini; will be t'inlsbtMl , in timo for the statt nnvontioi of the ; Hri'snn Fodiratifn of Womon's Clubs,1 to bo hold hoio May June 12 and OTHER NEWS OF THIS DEPARTMENT ON PAGE 1 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES j; Aiiiiiiiiii on tl Ptvss The hich school aim lal li.is.geno to press and is expected lo he ready for distribution May .".a. The hook contains IT.", paires Hue ixi 1--'. The cuts am exception- The Bee Hive, Pendleton, Ore. "A Store of Reliability" The Bee Hive Pendleton, Ore. The superior merchandisins: service of The Bee Hive store adds nothing to the cost of one's purchases. The advantageous circumstance of owning our goods at THE RIGHT PRICE is passed on to our patrons in the form of splendid savings. We have received some new pat terns in Dinnerware of the best qual ity, you will like them, for two rea sons, one the Quality and the other the Price. Cut Glass Water Sets (one jug and six glasses) in two cuttings, the grape, and daisy, you will like them at, set $2.50 THESE ARE TRULY EXCEP TIONAL VALUES Talcum Powder at Perfection Hair each Nets at . . . . 10c BARGAIN COLUMN airs arc slill scllins lit one half llicir regular .'iltic. Unit makes Imhy cilainc nst 2 jards fur Tic. tonal ity cnusidcrctl ou cannot In'HI our price. MorchaiKlNc of Su Hi!atic Merit, wheth er the irhi lie liiy.li or low. Toilet Soap at the cake 4c . SATISFACTION No matter what tlio Article is or the price it x-lls at it is Kl'.AIi .Ml.lSl'H N llsi:, tx'hiiul which we can honorably -land. Anylliiiv; pnvtiiu; otherwise will receive an ud.jiiMtncnt tctiilini: to main tain our uootl-will anil uttronac. Vol' mi st in: satisi ii:d. The Bee Hive 17c (Including war tax). MONEY SAVERS I'teiiic ItasktKs are selling for 1-2 price. No Is ller time than now to get the one lo use on picnic-. Moiv tor Lost." pi:ndi.i:ix OIU'XiON 'WiM'tli the lic" a HciiMte of all niiia huinil-.' at this -litre.