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DAILY EAST OI.EQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOOf THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1021.
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iSfeiew iVofes of Pendleton
t'ALEVDAIt Ol EVENTS
May 2-27 Pendleton Mer-
chant)' and Manufacturer' Car.
Hlx-olub golf tuiirnumcnt to be
played hore Saturday and Hun-
day May 18-29.
May 31, Juno 1 and 2 State
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women' clubs, ; i
, June 1 and i Twonty-Vlnth
Annual Pioneer Picnic.
Juno 14, IS, It Hlat con-
volition of the O. A. Jt.
June 27-August 6 Summer
Normal School. ,
September 12, 23, 21 Annual
Tim IM'l Stlf fM Won
Fortified by much experience gain
cd In home battles, a team composed
of married men from the ChrlHtlun
church edited over a victory on the
. MiniIn mn vesterdav evening at
llound-Vp park. While at bat his
first time tin. Cy Beets took auch a
mlvklv .win? I hnl he damaged Ills
trousers to uch an extent that It wan
necessary for hlm to face the audience
ii II llitrrv Crawford Improvised a
needle and did ' sonic repair work.
Hoyd and Frlcdly were tho ninrrled
menu' buttery and Crawford and War
ron appeared for the single men. The
final score was 7 to 6.
Wunt Ik-tlcr Mall tk-rvkw
The Baker (.liamber of Commercj
Is taking steps to Have the railway
mull service on the O. W. II. & N. Im
proved by' tho' addition of .a mall car
and crew from Baker to Portland on
No. IT, and by the elimination of lock,
ed pouches between the two cities. A
letter giving the Information that the
matter haa been, taken up With the of
fice of the postmaster general haa been
received here at tho office of tho Com.
mcrcial Association, The cooperation
of the Pendleton association la Bought
in the move. Important mail la held
over sometimes at linker from the
woxt-bitind trains, according to the
statement of the linker organization.
Would Advertise Willi Airplane
A proposal to advertise Pendleton's
Ilound-t'p by means of a tour over the
United States pi a giant airplane haa
been received at the Office of the Com-
morclal Association from Tex llankin,
malinger of the llankin Aviation Co. of
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TUBERCULIN TESTED COWS
ALSO CLEAN, SWEET, CREAM '
From the same herd. (Please return bottles
The Large, Sweet, Freh Loaf
If you have never tried "Holum" you don't
know how good bakers' bread can be.
"WASTE LESS DUY Till I. EST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street.
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both '
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Walla Walla, Tho proposition made
by Itankln would call for the trip to
lie made by himself and two Pendle
ton men In cowboy costumes starting
from Xew York and touching at all
tho principal cities of tho country.
Itankln proposes to purchase a 'good
machine on the eastern coaHt for the
trip. Advertising of the productivity
of Eastern Oregon land might also be
attempted, he thinks.
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.Make preparations now to at.
lend the INnillelon MlltCII.
ANTS' AM) MAM 1ACTI lt
I.KS' All.MVAI.l-, Mar -' and
27. It's going lo be a big tiling. ",
MCKMiCTOVS LEAMNO STORK
Weather In Ofolcr
The weather Is much cooler today,
the maximum being 72 Tho mini
mum, says Major Lee Moorhouso, Is
50, while the barometer has reached
tho low murk of 29.32.
Silver Is 1naiM-r
Sterling sliver Is now below the pre
war price, nay Jewelers. Since tho 25
per cent decrease In February, Kllvcr
ware is now much lower than In the
past. It is expected that the price
may go up slightly this full.
Mix. Wnrui-r Named Directress
. Mrs. Harold J. Warper has been ap
pointed directress of tho choir of the
Church of the Redeemer In place of
Miss Edna (lutes who has returned to
Portland. Mrs. Warner will assume
her duties at tho regular choir re
hearsal on Friday evening.
Wants Descriptive Literature
A request for Information about
Pendleton and surrounding territory
haa been received at tho office of the
Commercial Association. The Infor
mation is sought by Miss Louise M
Berg of .Larmar, Colo, who has signed
a contract to teach in the Pendleton
high school the coming year.
Our Best Customers
ARE THOSE WHO KNO W US BEST
Making friends is what has made this store successful in more ways than one. Those who know us
best like our ways, because their way is our way. Our store is built on customer's satisfaction, quality
goods, lowest prices and service. ' .
Will Iteiiialn Here
Miss Elva. Boone, who teaches the
fourth grade at tho Lincoln School,
and who recently was elected to a po
sition In the Portland schools, has sig
nified her Intention of remaining In
Pendleton. She gave the matter care
ful consideration and has signed a
contract for another year's work.
Pantoriiim Changes Hands
It. B. Wilson, formerly of Denver,
and his brother-in-law, Alfred Plet
old, are the new owners of the Pan
toriiim, local cleaning, dyeing and
pressing establishment at 719 Garden
street us tho result of a deul whereby
they purchased the business from
Clyde Brown yesterday. Mr. Wilson
was formerly connected with tho Allen
& Dyke Co. of Denver, and his ex
perience will stand him in good stead
here. Clyde Brown has not yet decid
ed Just what he will do but he expects
to remain In Pendleton. , '
A Pot of Gold
AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW
Did you ever try to find it? Then follow the trail
that leads to the Hanscom Jewelry Store. There
you will find all kinds of gold made up into all kinds
CIFTS THAT LAST
Should you not see exactly what you want then
they will make it to your liking. ;
Trail right along to the Hanscom Jewelry Store.
Ask Hanscom, HE knows.
Funeral Is Held.
The funeral of the late Albert M.
Desimin was held this afternoon from
tho Methodist church with Uev. John
Secor officiating. Members of the Ma
sonic lodge of which Mr. Despain was
a member were in charge of the ser
vices. Many beautiful floral offerings
attested the esteem In which Mr. De
spain was held. He is survived by his
mother, Mrs. Nancy Despain of Pen
dleton; one brother. Lewis B. De
spain. of Oakland. California, and five
sisters, Mrs. Norborne Berkeley, and
Mrs. Constance Isaacs of Pendleton
Mrs. C. C. Berkeley of Hay Creek,
Mrs. Haldano Dickson and Mrs,
Henry Zander, of Portland.
Fairy Spun Silk
The new silk for sport
clothes, offered in a
good range of shades,
such as turquoise, rose,
Belgian, jade and white.
It is 40 in. wide of good
firm texture, does not
stretch and easy to
work with, washes like
linen and wears like
iron. Make-up a suit,
coat or skirt of this fine
Full 48 in. wide, very
sheer, permanent silk
finish and launders
well. As you know or
gandie dresses are so
very popular this sea
son. This organdie of
fered in shades of prim
rose, orchid, rose and
copen. Buy your dress
now and make up lor
the warm days to come,
Colored Hdkf. Linen $2.00 Yard
Jlors to Ho Honored.
The sixty Pendleton boys who are
members of the Pendleton boys' band.
and their director. A. W. Lundcll will
bo honored tomorrow evening at
entertainment given tomorrow night In
the Presbyterian church under the
auspices of the Pendleton Parent
Teacher Associations. Parents of the
boys have been asked to be present
have members pf tho school board.
George Hartman, mayor of Pendleton,
and James Sturgis, president ,of the
Pendleton commercial association, will
give short talks. Tho boys will fur
nish music and there will be an abund
ance of Ice cream and cake. The local
boys- band is the first In Oregon ever
sponsored by a Parent Teacher Asso
FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, IF THEY LAST, A
WINCHESTER 410 GUAGE SHOT GUN
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; ' $19.9
THIS GUN SELLS REGULARLY FOR $30.00
A FULLCINE OF 22 CALIPER RIFLES
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IIAKVAKD WOILD HAVE MEMO
UIAU CAMB1UDGE. Mass., May 1 (A.
P ) A proposal for tho erection at
Harvard University of a building to
be known as "rioosovelt House." was
made In a report to tho Associated
Harvard Clubs by a commute of
alumni which was made publie today.
The building would contain a work
ing floor for the use of departments
of the university and particularly for
conferences between tutors and. stu
dents, together with a reading room
where Roosevelt memorabilia of all
kinds would be kept.
Crepe De Chine $1.65 and $1.75 Yd.
Full 40 in. wide for dresses and blouses in a big
range of colors. Do your sewing now for the sum
mer. Buy two or three waist lengths of this fine
crepe de chine.
Dress Ginghams 19c, 25c, 35c, 79c
Offered in a wide range of colorings of plaids,
stripes, checks and plain colors. Buy your dress
Ginghams at this store, where you get quality ging
hams at low prices. .
The Undergarment that flattens' the back
while it beautifies and slenderizes J
encircles the figure
No printed description can make you
feel that limb-taut "sit up straight tug"
that the mere trying on of a Cbrclct will.
The very way it is made givea the figure
poise while it rests all the muscles of the
The Circlet -is a Clever New Undergarment With a
Think of an undergarment without a hook nor eye to give way. No
possibility of slipping shoulder-straps. No hiking up over the corset.
?nt Beaut i fToj!, as it Eneirel'
The Circlet is here in such dainty materials it may
be worn without a camisole.
Our Corset Shop is making a special showing of
$1.50 to $5.00
Do Not Fail To See It!
No. 4501 Heavy, pink, silk Jersey, daintily fin
ished with hemstitching. Sizes 34 to 42 $4.50.
Just received a few good shades of this
konriVoivrnpf linen, such as Dink, blue, rose
i preen. It is full 36 in. wide. Cuts to good advant-)
age for handkerchiefs and blouses, and priced at
I $2.00 yard.
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UMAPINE BALL TEAM
THE UVST IXXG .Mil;
(KmiI uregonlan Special.)
I'MAl'INK, May 19. t'n ' Friday
evening the pupils of Mrs. Kyle Mc
Danlel and Mrs. J. W. Stockton pre
sented to a representative audience a
charming program given entirely by
the little folk. Mr. Hnrrah acted as
chairman and at the close of the pro
gram Ice creajn and cake were sold.
Fifty-four dollars were realized by the
entertainers which will be used as pay
ment on a Victroht and some books.
The following was the program
Spring Song . . .
Rain . . .- .'.
Chimes of Dunkirk
Apple RloKsoms . . .
Miss Jenuia Junes .
. . . 1st tirade Girls
. .'Jnd tirade Hoys
.First Grade Girls
. . 1st Grade Hoys
1st Grade Children
. . 2nd Grade Girls
1st Glade Hoys
and' Mrs. Thomas Campbell and
MAIL SKItVICK HKSVMEH
WASHINGTON. May 19. (A. P.)
Resumption of muil service between
the I'niled Stales and Vllna, Poland
was announced today by the Postal
Do you know
you can roll
one bag of
Soldier Hoy 2ml Grade Children
I See You 1st Grade Children
Story of Hansel and Gretzel (drama
tized I by 2nd grade in three acts
Among those who attended the
dance at Craig Toll's home near Pres-
cutt on Friday evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Mar
quette Schubert and Mrs. Beit Hiimin
ger, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eaker and Mr.
Claude Heale and Roy Records are
attending grand lodge this week nt
Albany as delegates from Hudson Bay
Lodge No. 2212. They made the trill
down by auto.
Mrs. Lowell Rennick received by ex.
press this week from a baby chick
farm near Seattle loO Rhode Island
Ueverly Young who spent five weeks
with her aunt. Miss Leora Philippi, left
for her grand parents home at Arling- ;
ton on Friday. j
On Thursday a large number of la-
dies met at the home of Mrs. Dan ;
Kirk and made over twenty garments
at that time. -I
On Friday afternoon the local high :
school team played the last game of j
the season with Athena in that city. ;
The home boys played a splendid game 1
but were defeated with the final score 'j
standing 6 to 4.
The creamery is imprmlng its homo j
at I'mnpine by the addition of a porch I
on the north side of the place. j
This week the pupils of the high I
school were given excellent talks by ;
Mr. Hoskins and Mrs. K. K. Kelly sent'
out by the Oregon Social Hygiene So
ciety. These lecturers are trying to
visit every high school in the state
having an enrollment of over twenty
and talk to the boys and girls separat
ely on sexology.
D. O. Saunders lost a valuable horse
this week from colic
Mrs. Bacon Is home from a visit
with relatives at Colfax Wash.
Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Goodman and
family visited with friends at Nolin
On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John
Raster entertained a number of friends
at their homo south east of Umapino
Tho evening was spent at cards and
Mrs. Mel White and J. E. Jones proved
themselves the winners for the
evening, while Mrs. R. E. Bean and T.
(). Goodman were without any ques
tion champion booby prize winners.
Delicious refreshments were served
at midntcht and the guests enjoyed an
exceptionally good time. Those pres
ent were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mr.
and Mrs. Dan Kirk. Mr. and Mrs. T.
O. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Mel White.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bean. Mr. and Mrs.
W. B. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Baxter.
Mrs. Ward Goodman and Rebekah
Kirk. Next Saturday evening the
bunch will meet with Mr. and Mrs.
PANCAKES in a Jiffy
MIDSHIPMAN TO EUROPE
VA3HlNGTOX. May 19. The an
nual summer cruise of the Naval
Academy midshipmen tt will take the
officers to be to Christiania, Norway;
Lisbon. Portugal; Gibraltar and Guan
tunamo, Cuba, this year. Tho practice
squadron will consist of five battle
ships. The squadron will leave An
napolis June 4 and return August 29.
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WE CAN FILL YOUR PICNIC BASKET
WITH THE CHOICEST OF LUNCH
Swift's Boiled Ham, Minced Ham and Ashland
Specialty, sliced to your order.
Fresh, Crisp Saratoga Chips, Tru Blu Cookies,
Bluhill Pimento or Chili Cheese, Ripe, Green and
Pork and Beans, Sardines, Deviled Ham, Lunch
Tongue, Veal Loaf, Boned Chicken, Peanut Butter,
All sizes of Slat Baskets, priced 13c to 73c.
Paper Napkins, Paper Plates, Lunch Sets, Wax
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