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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON .WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18, 1921.
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News Notes of Pendleton
t'Ai-iAi.it K I'Vi'vis
llny I'einllutiin Mur
cliunu' and Mmiufiicturttru1 Cur
nivul. Hlx-oliili golf toiiriitimont to he
Iilaycil ln'io ."siiluriluy unU Kun
Uny Mtiy 2X-.''.
Muy 31' Juno 1 ninl 2 Sfule
convention of (Iii'koii I'l'diMullun
of Wgiiiim' tiluljH,
Jinin H ii rid 4 Twinty-nlnlli
Anii'iml l'iiiiu-iT Vli'iili'.
June 14, 15, ll--Kliito con
vention of tlin (1. A. It.
.Iiiiiii 27.AiiKiint 6 Summer
SepteniluT 22, 2", 21 Amiiml
ltt- will be held Muy !!& and In Ten-nk-inti
Ih tii'lnx baekxd by tho IVniHo
loii At tiMturittt Annotation. Tim hUi
K.iii r.dopted for llm ilrlvo i "(Jood
ii urn...- have you pmUed jour lined
clotniiiB for Ned K.mt Hunillo UiiyV"
! win vwt cviuii.,.
t . .linn Tiiikwoii, Piivdl fivvmiwn.
I J Ion ild Wnoclwnrth, HiitrM C.oe.leeke
! nd Jnhn HlmpMin, Ti U; Ii mlinnl nciilofH.
j. Ji . rt today for '-'.iin'iio, w lit I bey will
I inlt fiiileriiity hulls, 101 thK I'tiivir-
T:.lt y of (iiexon rniniiim diirlim the Ju-
',,1,... u u.,1, ., n,l f. uf ,vll
( i Irlirullnii Is I'Iiiiiiic iI.
Indians at Cayuse are i!uiii)liK a
12-day i-eleliratioii for July 4. Tin
reilmeii will Hiireud their t. pees b.'fore
Indenondeoeu Day anil are piannmi. a
bli.- fourth of July dinner. Tliero will
c lionw raeen und other inter. Mt lot!
i.venta .In im AHIeott Hlnten Hint the
,,l,d.i,Ulon Ib to b a dry one I Unit
. ...... ..'Ml liu .11 llllllit 1(1
II .spi-eial i-ollliniio u r.
net; lln.1 no fire wi(-r ia umiKK In"'
eaii)) l'.V IndiaiiK or While a.
IMIol Itoek Till" Closed.
A vlMil of deputy dairy und food li-Hi.M-lorH
to I'ilol-Iloek y..t,.-ilay lift-
I anlli,l III filH'H Of f:, lieillK
iihhki-i1 ii!;fUHMl N. !( and 1 hit W"".
1ilitiiieii, on lia ! of bavn
hiKinllaiy rentiniraiit. The plar
.losi-d and iimirtieiions were
tlio town marshal to le"'i tb
cb.Ke.l until tlm eatlinr liuiise
the proprietor. Waller Albrerbt, ren-
ovatnd the idacp. He Han m;aned in
elfanlnHT Jila hoiiHo wluni tin inspee
.Mnlic pi-cpiirntloiiH now to nt
tcn l llie I'einlleton .Ml:lt ll
AVIK' AM) SI ANITA 'It It
I Its' t'AUMI Al l., Mas ill mill
27. IIV (iolnc tit Ih- a lil llilim.
.Indue T.ioinaM llz fieruld Ih uliKhlly
IndlnpoHed today an I ho result of an ill -Iae(
of pleurisy. He wa.-i conrined to
his hoine Tuesday eseuinjf hot s i
ahlf to he in iin oflh:,, IhiH niorniiof. .
I'.aroiiK i-r I 'iillin.
The liaronicler is falllnir uleadl.v
hii y Major l.eo 'Alofirhoose and more
lain Is i-MH-Hi'd. 'I'he iiiaxliullio lorlav
is 7t and I ia- minimum M wiiile the
; ha romotcr nhtira i'J.lin. wink.' the
i rainfall was ,o;i of an ineh. ,
How does your
(I'Uili Stdimds lo 'lo''.
I'endletoii made sehools will close
June fl, the name date as th I'endle-
i in hiith Kc hool eloH.tm. The m hoo!
are eouipb't i u fcr a la iuoiiiIih' term, lhe)s
'hniKra- session having been ioa unrat - i S
ed last fall for the i"isi time in tin
hi.-.lory id' I'endleton nebools.
Is your figure improving day by day? Are your good linos be-
brcudit ut iind any excess flesh controlled and gra,luaiiy
I lPindle Hay Muy 2a.
Hiimtle Hay fur the Near I'nst lie
(leaned up. The
was vohin'aril'.' rhi
rr-EAN MORNINO'S MILK
It Is Especially
to puard your meat supply during the hot
months. You will find only the best at '101"
and it is killed in a concrete plant.
"Guard Your Health Puy the He:'."
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
' 301 East Court Street.
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Doth
-1UI 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 1U1
Seek Ituildlier I'ennil
All application for a building permit
for the loiiMlfiietion of a Mo phi'.;
porch was made al the office of City
Recorder Kii:, i',eiahl yesterday after
noon. A slei t,t hit porch l.s to he erected
i.H a part of his residence on Washing
ton Htreet. The estimated cost of the
Hlteralloil III 9 100.
llvli'it Mull At ViiH'trry
In freparalioii for tin- observance
if Memorial I lay, n n eMra man has
been put on at Die cemetery to assist
In cHtlnif the work of the city done.
Weeds und Ri'iiss are l.eimr mowed and
the place put Into aliraclivx eondilioii.
'i'hem are somo privute lots that Htdl
I. ceil attention, and (lie cooperation of
llie owners In ,'iHsislirio; In the wc.rk is
tiouht by the city auihorities.
r.ot (,;imkI nt' li
'1 hat reialh Ion f islierilien 'Who Iff!
Saturday nlKht for the , I i. sclnites
Kiver arij having Kiicrcss (,n tin ir fish
Irir trip in Indicated in a catch made
i by I.Miiuti Hire w hich was ou ilisplay
in th window of Sol liaiini's s-tiire
this rnornlni;. There are 23 fish in lb"
catch and the . largest are about 1"
inches lontf. (it her members of the
party are H.rb Ureen and iJrookf
To Helivcr AtldrrsxrK.
lli v. ;. 1.. I'lalk will leave tomor
low moriilntf at 10:1", to take a triti to
Klein where he will deliver the coni
uionoi mi nt address Thtir.luy evcniim
h, ion- the hii;h aehoid frraduatliiK
claMi. ' Friday rveliintl he will S)eak
ti, the class al (.'oe. This is the four! tl
llo.e he 1 as in en selected lo make I lu
add nil before (,-radualii'K classes al
Hie hitter place, lie will re! urn to
I 'i iidloton fat in day morn i ok.
A NEMO CORSET
will train your figure in the way it should go. It wil coax forth
perfect lines and banish the lndesirable ones, and thi ' sis accom
plished without the slightest discomfort.
Visit Our Corset Department
and see the Diaf ram Pveducing Corset. It has low top with pubber
inserts, curved front steels and a long skirt. The broad adjust
able concealed Lastikop Bandlets with Wonderlift lacings lifts
the internal organs and controlls excess flesh, both above and be
low the waist. Made of. white coutil, sizes 24 to 36. Price $9.00.
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A Pot of Gold
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW
Did yqu ovrr try to find it? TJiert follow the trail
that lends to the ilanscum Jewi'lry SloVo. There
you will find nil kindu of gold made up into all kindn
GIFTS THAT LAST
Should you not see exactly what you want then
they will make it to your likinjr.
, Trail right along to the Ilanscom Jewelry Store. ,
Ask Jlanscom, HE knows.
I!. ! KlrUpalilek riuiscn.
It. F. Kirkpatricli of 1'eridelton, re.
lirlnjr Eland patriarch of llie grund
i ncainiina-nl. of the I. i.l. . I''., was
cliosi'ii I'epri-sentative to the sroeri iin
mand Indue, the national organization,
fur a term of two years, at the annual
convention in Aliuinv 'ester.iay. K. K.
Shnrnn, formerly of I'endleton, w.e
re-elected uraud B rihe -for the L':tli
roiiseeut'vo time. The decoration of
chlMilrv confia-rcd by th Patriarchs
! ! Militant ion women who have ren-
i clereil consiiicuous service to the order
1 1 in some way, was conferred, imione
others, upon Mrs. Mary A. Stuart of
1'tlot Keck and Mrs. Delia Kumi'ia of
I m iiiioii Iliites AnnoiHiK-il.
'.ound-triii excursion rates to the
east from I'acific coast points will bo
otuied daily from June 1 to AukusI
1:. by Hie railroads scrviint this lerrl-toi-y.
ac. cniimr to atinouncement made
toilay at the O. W. Ii. X. (dfiee will
tiivo toerists the benefit of about a
faie fi d a third instead of the usual
full f.!o.. Kouod-trlp tickets from
1 c ti.li. ien, for rample, to Chicaco
will cost $ 1 o . ' f i : t lienver, J 7 7. 4 ';
Kansas rity. JST.iia; Memphis, $111.
(ai; .Minenapolis. $S7(iii; New Orleans
Omaha, JT.ll; .--'t. lulis
Jt 1 4 . 4 o : toiston, SITI'.IU: New York
CHy, SlI'MI; WashiiiKton, flfi'j.sn.
War ta. of S per cent must be added
lo these fares.' fuller eastern desti
nations lone proportionate, rales.
equivalent to ten miles of paved hi.'h
v.ay. As a matter of personal infor
mation, be it known that Mrs. Ionur
K.m piesonted lt-r husbaiul with a ba
bv last Saturday. oreKmiian.
BILL PASSES GIVING
PRESIDENT CONTROL OF
mi rum P I AMniMrC AbfliUKF-X, s.
MLU lMULL LHIluiKuv;;,. ,
SITTING BULL'S PEACE
- " he
I).. May IS. (A.
famous old pipe of peace of
ed lo have been the "pipe of peace of
Sitting Bull have been offered for sale,
but he Is obliged to believe that the
one which Mr. Pryor has just pre
sented to the state is the genuine one.
The autograph on the pipe is exactly
the same as appears on the cards tho
chief sold in Pierre, it is said.
WIIj j.p.i ihtk am, v .ix
flit i Ail' I, May If. r I'.l A
'encial reduction of wattes for unskill
ed railroad onployes effective July 1,
forecast by tho railroad labor board,
will he made the basis for reductions
.f all classes of railroad labor, It was
IS V MI.MKDIt r VWY.
KOi'KI.AM', Me., May is. The
super-dreadnauiihl Tennessee toilay
passed bet final entrance .examination
into the Tjiited Slates navy and !o
nij;ht U-ft lor r.oston to replenish her
supply of fuel oil. She will then so
lo tfcie New York navy y.'tid, her last i
stop beforo boianini: the trip to the J
Brt merlon nav- yard ou the Pacific j
ly been presented to the state histori
lal society by H. C. Pryor, of the Ah-
i.'iui'un ..in iii.w riiuui. - -
On tiin step of the relic, mimed or
ihked ii.to the wood is the autograph
of the warrior. The bowl of the pipe
h1 of p nk sandstone from the quar
ries at Pipestone, Minn. The stem is
about 2o inches long and is of ash
Wobd. The pipe1 was traded lo Mr.
Pryor's father; I. D. Pryor, now a res
ident of Los Angeles, by Sittin? Bull
at Can-.p Crook in 1887 for a blanket.
'Thtre was some argument, I be-
lieve about the autograph. explained i
Mr. Pryor. "The old cihef thought
he should have extra compensation
besides the blanket for it. It seems
that his name was about the only
calls ;i-.Ni:iiAii "Iii mh a v."
CAMP I.KW1S. Wash.. .May 18.
j A. P.) A "rookie" here called Maj.
I Gen. Charles H. Muir, commander of
i Camp Ixwis. a "dumb guy" just be
I fore the general went to San Fran
cisco to take temporary command of
the Ninth Corps area, and got away
with It. The circumstances have been
revealed y officers here.
Gen. Muir was at work In his gar
den, garbed in overalls. "You in the
army too?" asked a John private,
passing by and weighted down with
the wisdom acquired from a month'
service. The general noded yes.
"You're pretty old to be in the
army." continued the rookie. "Are
you a sergrunt?" "No," said the gen
eral. "Gee, if you have been In the
army all this time and ain't even a
sergeant, you must be some dumb
guy." commented, the recruit.
; ' ' ft '. -j
,'"22. cal. for
Put Tell.s Portland.
"At the present rate the pavement
will bo all laid by the middle of July
and then there will be a continuous
pavement. 37 miles in length oxtendin t
iri.m Pendleton to tho Washington
Male line. From tho lino to Walla
Walla. Wash., the road is now paved,"
reports Pat l.oneican of Pendleton,
registered at ih" Hotel Portland. "Thi.-'
paved ro4l is the orcL'on-W.'ishinitton
hluhway :1ml it uoes ihrotigli several
tonus north of I'endleton. Kacli of
these towns has paved. The traffic on
the hiiihway is already heavy, there
beliiK u coniliiiious stream of truchs of
produce," Mr. l,oiitnan is also inler
csied in the pavin,- of Knterpriso, in
Wallowa county, which will be finish
el thi'i season. 'I'he town .f Knter
lirise has laid nllca.tv what would he
h . i
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t ' ' t
jlhing Sitting Hull could write in Enp-
jliwh anil he wan very proud of it.
"The story goes that Fitting Bull
hnd just bern released from prison at
Ft. Handnll, and was making his way
northward to the reservation. Always
ready to pick up a few dollars, he
stopped uff at Pierre, S. D. and start
ed a flourishing business selling his
autographed cards at $1 each. Some
one induced him to step into the tele
graph office there and write his name
on a number of harmless looking mes
tafce blanks. The Indian's anger rose
to white heat when he discovered that
carbon had been inserted between sev
eral sheets under the one on which he
Doane Robinson. South Dakota state
historian, says numerous pipes reput-
"Perhaps You Don't Know"
says the Good Judge
How long a little of
the Real Tobacco
Chew will last
Nor how much gen
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobacco taste will give.
Ask any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tionand at less cost
than the ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles'
W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
Tho United Statca may become "a
nation ot liars" ir the present In
come tax burden is not lightened,
says Charles J. Bullock, professor
of economics at IUrvoid.
II a rem have no- pUu e In modern
civilization, says Mm. .Thomas O.
Winter, presith nt of th tJeneral
Kttb'ttitlon of Women " tilths. She
Hew Oft 3 Wot
Foley Kidrry Fills r-.' honfht in
every itste in the Union by men and
women on the recommendation of
Ihnse who already have been relieved
of kidney trouble and bladder ail
ments by this tcrling family remedy.
Comparatively little advertising ha
been done for Foley Kidney f'illa,
yet they are well known, and those
who know their splendid healing
propertiet never accept an imitation
or substitute for the genuine Foley.
Paina Banished; Health Restored
"In S.plemtwr. 1913. 1 wss Rlricken with
lumbar" .nd was unable to hirn mys.lt in
tod. 1 wan under tha car ot phvsicinn
but obtained no rtif A ...iiihbor brought
m. a halt hottl. t KM.v Kidnrv I'lll: said
ah. had ten anr:taTtv attttrtd and lh.f bad
rrli.v.d hor. So 1 hied them, and liter
taking thro. Mtles waa well and on my
fret. 1 tnoat heartilr recommend Foley
Kidney Pills. 1 have never known them to
tail. '-M. 0. H.Evcland, Duncan Milis,
Foley Kidney Pius
aid nn-J assist nature. They strengthen
and invigorate weak or dif eased kid
acyt and help lo keep the blood
clean and pure, relieving backache.
rheumatic pain. h.mbio. UiS or sollei
jo'sit. -ore muK'ie.pjfliiiC5tundt-rtr ?,
troubi or bUtider itm.-nt,
SOLD Bit ..
The Bee Hive
"A Store of
The Bee Hive
The superior merchandising service of The Bee Hive store adds nothing
to the cost of one's purchases. The advantageous circumstance of owning
our goods at THE KIGHT PRICE is passed on to our patrons in the form of
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
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 AKE TRULY EXCEP TIONAL VALUES
Perfection Hair Nets at
Toilet Soap at the
Talcum Powder at 17c
(Including war tax).
Laivs mi still M'lliii? nt nnr
IijiK thWr nninlar taltiv.
that nutkivs iMihy (H.Kiii
v4 2 yanls for IV. Qiittl
ity t-itnJhirNl ou i-iiihmM
' It-oat our rif
.MeivlmiiiliM- l" Su-H-rlntiM-
IT tllf IH'HV lM- llill M-low.
Xo nuittor wlint the artii-le Is or the
pit.v It xlls at it Is IJKXIi MKIWHAN
lUSi:, ImIiIiiiI nliicli tvr can iHHiortitily
stiinil. AnytliiiM; roins Dthorwlso will
mvlvti nn iuljii.-tim-nt ta'ixlint; lo iimin
( iiiii nr EtWKl-will nml iKitnHNit. Vtl
mi st hi: satisi ii .i.
The Bee Hive
PIciilo Itaske4s are M llinc for
1-2 prk-o. No Ih-IUt time
tlitui now to jtH the cute to
use on iilinli-s.
"!un- for I.iH
M "WiH-lh tin
T a r-iilsiie
- ' s
of all I
the aid of American women
anil of Congress to free the fumalva
vt iuu vin? in the Oi knU, "
MfMIM)i,,taMa tf ft,