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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OBEdO FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 20, 1021.
News Notes of Pendleton
, CALHNDAlt OF EVENTS
May 26-27 Pendleton Mer-
chanta' and Munufaoturen' Car-
Blx-club golf tournament to be
played here Saturday and Bun-
day May 28-29.
' May SI, June 1 and I State
i convention of Oregon Federation
t of Women's clubs.
, June 3 and 4 Twenty-ninth
Annual Pioneer Plcnlo.'
' . June 14, )5, II HtHte con-
vtmtlon of the O. A. R.
1 June 27. August t Summer
September 22, 2J. 24 Annual
Pendleton Hound-Up. ,
' niNh McGralh Coming Sunday
lit. ltev. J. F. MeClrnth, blHhop of
Baker, will arrive In Pendleton this
evening and will offleinte and at the
1 8 o'clock and prealdo at the 10:30
masse at St. Mury'a church Sunday
morning. In the evening, nt 7:30, he
will adminlHter the sacrament of Con
firmation to a large claim of children
and adult. Thin will be the flrst'tlmo
thnt the blshofi administers Conflrma-
tlon In Pendleton, since his appoint
ment to the linker diocese.
Lsinpkln In Now Homo.
F. W. Lampkln, who la recovering
from a broken leg. Is now at his home
on High street, having left the hospital
yesterday. Mr. 'lamiktn in getting
around aome on crutches now but In
not leaving the house.
Al I Vels Tim PuInb
Pendleton was chief of pollceless
Wednesday. Chief Al Roberts was In
Portland to confirm a rumor that he
had heard to the effect that he had
been eliminated from the race for
United Stales marxhul. Oregon Jour
Wants to Ixxat Hits
A letter -from P. W. Qulnn, who
hus been working In Moienrl, Ariz,
has been received at tlio offices of the
Commercial Association. Qulnn gives
his occupation as bookkeeping, and
due to the Impending closing down of
the mining company in whose em
ploy he l ow Is, he desire ( to find a
place In Penl.elon If possible. f:,ie
years' ixprf.-ieiice In Ills work and
ability io 'nrrHh bonds and referonte
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I I Alio Nice Fat Hena for Roasting
THE SEASON'S BEST FRESH FRUITS AND
From Mexico Florida, Tenneasee, California,
Oregon and. Washington.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both
-lui loi loi loi loi loi loi loi loi r
are noted In the letter. J l says In
tad thrue r. tn' servlcj n the amy
during the ircmt war.
Rainfall Is .1)5.
The rainfall Inst night and this
morning reached a total of .05 of an
Inch. The maximum temperature to.
day Is 08, the minimum CO anil the
barometer registers 29.30.
Make preparations now to at
t4iiil the IViiilhlon Ml lt( II,
A NTH AM) MAM KAt'lVK
I.IW 4 ARMVAI.Ii, May 1! anil
27. (I'M going lo Im a big thing.
PENDLETON'S LEAfilNO "TORR
TAILORED AT FASHION PARK
Rain Is Welcome.
Farmers are welcoming the heavy
showers of ruin which fell last night I
and this morning. The stands of
wneat aro unusually thick this year
and plenty of moisture will bo needed
between now und harvest, to prevent jS
Fum-iul Is Held.
The funeral of the lute Mrs. Anna
Top, nged 69, was held yesterday In
Freewater at the home nf her daugh
ter, Mrs. F. K. Xoordhoff. She was
born in Marion county, Iowa. April 4,
1852, and died at Freewater on Wed
nesday. Interment will be made nt
Lynden, Washington, tomorrow.
Meeting at Weston
Arrangements for better potato seed
production and socd certification will
be made at a meeting of Weston Moun
tain potato growers tomorrow evening.
W. 8. Carpenter, of the farm crops de
partment of O. A. C, and Fred Ren
hlon, county agent, will go to Weston
to hold the meeting and will Interest
growers In bettor potatoes.
For the Graduate
Now in the time to take advantage of this immense
stock of jewelry und all gifts for the girl and boy grad
uate make your money go as far as it will. That is why
we are offering you these wonderful values.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Wrist Watches, regulnr 130.00, now 118. 85
Wrist Watchcn, regular 00, now f l&.f.l
Wrist Watches, regular $20.00, now . ..gll.l.t
Wrist Watches, regulnr 340.00, now :.. ,.$'i7.0S
Wrist Watches, regulnr 36S.OO, now IIB.50
Boys' Watch?s, regular $100.00, now $7.8S
Boys' Watch's, regular$7r.00, now . f.Mt.9.1
Boys' Watches, regular $4 5.00, now $1.0.25
Boys' Watch, regular $35.00, now .327. 8.'.
Pearl Necks. IS Inches, regular $10.00, now tfl.9.
Pearl Necks, 0 inches, regular 12.00, now $9.73
Pearl Necks. 24 Inches, regular $14.00, now $10.95
Everything Is for your disposal for the same reduced prices. Can
you afford to overlook this offer? Coihe In and look at It Is all we ask.
HansGom'S Jewelry Store
I'IMt Hock Men Here.
A delegation of Modern Woodmen
from Pilot Bock wus here last night to
attend the meting of the Pendleton
lodge. O. H. Action and Jack L.
House were two Pilot Hock men who
were Included in the class that was In
itiated. Athers who were here from
the south end of the county Include G.
F. Jones and Wilbur and Walter
Jones, Frank Howe. Grant W. Bailey
and Oscar Beck.
IxK'al People Honored
Several local people were honored
at the recent state I. O. O. F. and Re
hekuh convention held In Albany. R.
F. Kirkpatrick. retiring grand patri
arch, was made representative of the
sovereign grand lodge for a term of
two years. Mrs. Nettie Whetstone
was mode president of th Bebekuh
assembly and S. F. Bowman was chos
en deputy grand master of the I. O. O.
F. K. E. Sharon, formerly of Pendle
ton was elected grand scribe for bis
twenty-eighth consecutive term.
Delegates Want Rooms.
, Applications for reservations
rooms during the coming stute con
vention of the Grand Army of ;he re
public which will be held In Pcndlo
ton continue to pour in at the ottlec
or the Commercial Association. The
number who are seeking places in
dicates that the attendance is going
to be large, and up to the preson,
cry few of the requests for reserva
tions have been filled. Claud Harr.
secretary of the association, desi es
to gel In touch with residents who
will co-operate In seeing that the vis
itors are properly cared for during
their visit here. Any Information
about rooms should be telephoned to
the office as quickly as possible.
FOft THREE DAYS ONLY, IF THEY LAST, A
WINCHESTER 410 GUAGE SHOT GUN
THIS GUN SELLS REGULARLY FOR $30,00
A FULL LINE OF 22 CALIBER RIFLES
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
HOW MANY' MEN COULD
MAKE A PASSING MARK
' SPELLING THESE WORDS
Fifty words that struck the linotype
man as rather difficult to spell are in
cluded In the list that waa submitted
to eighth grade students of Oregon
this year ns a part of tHe examination
they must pass to secure their diplo
The Fast Oregonian Office Cat fell
down on the first one named at ran
dom. How many could you spell?
Passing grade is 70 per cent.
The list is as follows:
Respiration, capillary, analysis, pnr-
tlclple, Wednesday, grammar, farther,
February, necessary, difference, sep
arate deceive, ninety, pleasunt, Tues
day, mileage, operation," description,
apparatus, legislature, symmetry,
diphtheria, developed, voluntary, ab
breviate, competition, embarrass, an
tique, supersede, approximately, pro
nunciation, hospitable, military, pneu
monia, penitentiary, physician, quitr-1
antine, vaccinate, automatic, fatigue,
saleratus, temperature, mathematics,
dimensions, Instantaneous, atmospher
ic, dilapidated, proclamation, partici
E. & W. SHIRTS
YOU WEAR THEM EASILY
Clothes that have had the touch of the master de
signer, are worn easily. They become a part of you.
They give you body comfort as well as the satisfied
feeling of being well dressed.
Kay-bac is the last word from our master design
ers at Fashion Park. In this new style idea, they
have created a distinctive model a model that gives
you that well-dressed feeling.
Ask to see the Kay-bac, It's different.
Finest quality makes in summer patterns and
shades. Amply made and perfectly sized. Full
range. You get shirt satisfaction if you wear E. &
W. Shirts $2.50 to $10.00
ITS TIME FOR
See the new shapes
and styles which will
lead this summer in
these new straw hats.
We have your size.
Come in and get it.
$2.50 to $10.00
In sheer, light weights and all the new shades.
.Fashioneti to fit the foot perfectly, with elastic,
firm holding tops 50c to $2.00
THE MAN STORE
Fashion Park Clothiers
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(East Orcgonlan Special)
HELIX, May 20. The Helix high
school students and faculty spent Fri
day at Hlnghnm .Springs. The day
was I (tea I und a grand outing was en
joyed ny all.
Mrs. Alma Rott and children of
Johns. Wash., are guests of her par
ents, Mr. und Mrs. U I.. Hutchinson.
There was a large attendance at the
commencement exercises of the Helix
high school which was held Thursiuy
evening In the Christian church. 11 .-.
W. H. Rleakney of Wulla Walla ry
livered t ho address to the graduates
which was enjoyed by all. Musltil
numbers were given by the primary
grades, the 8th grade girls and tbe
girls from the high school. The fol
lowing were the members of the cluss:
Benjamin Nelson, Myron Shannon,
Marie Kupers, Klva Rledsoe, l.loyrl
Davidson, Randolph Cook, Dclxiis
Miss America Hutchinson who lias
GALBRAITH URGES THAT
'SLACKER LISTS' BE
GIVEN WIDE PUBLICITY
SEATTLE. May 20. (A. P.) In a
telegram to State f'ommnnder Thom
as N. Swale of the American Legion
today, F. W. Oalbrnith, Jr., national
I commander, urged that "slacker lists
be given widest publicity ns the sur
est means of clearing those whose
names are In the lists through error."
Stale commander SwuJe announced
thut the legion will secure the lists as
soon as possible for checking and re
lease them for piiliMralion.
Tut feed, do good; I!moIt
butandjr on tongue or is wataq
MAM ar SCOTT a HWM
" I. I. .11-
been teachcing near St. Johns, Wash.,
the past year has returned to Helix.
Friends nre glad to know thut Dr.
J Hriswold has recovered frm.i his
The Helix baseball team defeated
the Weston team on the Iocol diam
ond Sunday. The score being 12 io 4.
.".Vmi E! a Rledsoe, who h-s l-een
attending Helix high school the past
year has returned to her home nt
Mrs. W. H. Dale and daughter Miss
Irva were Helix visitors Thursday
and attended the high school gradu
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shannon anil
family left Saturday by auto for a
tour of the Willamette valley. Th-v
will visit Eugene where their son My
ion, u recent graduate of the Helix
high school, expects to enter the
University next fall.
Miss Llla Ault, teacher In the local
high school left for her home at En
W. E. Potts and son Edward were
Walla Walla visitors Monday.
Mrs. Matlock of La Cross, Wash., is
a guest at the home of her daughter
Mrs. Geo. riper.
Miss Elora Clements, teacher of the
5th and fit h grades in the local school
left Saturday for her home at Salem.
M. D. Smith local merchant, is u
business visitor in Portland and Sc
uttle. Mrs. D. Kendall has returned from
a visit with friends at Pasco, Wash.
Miss Elva Alexander who has made
her home with her sister Mrs. I'dney
Kichardson the past year and attend
ed the local high school left for her
home at Midvale, Idaho, on Tues
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kern formerly
of Helix now living in California
have been recent visitors in Helix.
Miss I,eoni Dausner who has at
tended the Helix high school the past
year left Wednesday to join her
mother near St. Johns.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ponland attend
ed the annual association of the Bap
tist churches of Umatilla county held
at Milton-Freewater on Sunday.
Helix people are looking forward to
Chautauqua week which will be June
19-23 inclusive. A good program is
FLAYS WILL BE PRESENTED
PARIS, May 20. (A. P.) Plays
are to be presented In that part of
Syria over which France was given
mandate by the League of Nations, as
a part of the French propaganda
Shake Into our Shoes
Allen's Foot-Ese. the ntlsptie powder
o be shaken into the shoes and sprink
ed in the footbath. The Plattaburg
amp Mnnual advisee (ni In training
o use Foot-Ease in their shoes each"
morning. It prevents blisters and sore-
pots and relieves painful, ollrn,
martins feet and takea the sting out
f corns and bunions. Always uaa..
lien's Fnat-Ease to break in new ,
THE PIPE-FITTING ART ;J
we have mastered. No matter how
intricate the job may be. our experts,
will solve the difficulty and turn out"
a highly satisfactory result. The best
proof of this is the work we are doing',
daily on the most important sanitary i
plumbing contracts In the city. You"
can be sure the Job and the equip-'
ment will be first class when we han- ,
BENSON & WICKLAND'
Phone 48S '
Name "Bayer" nn Genuine
Ethel Clayton, fsatured In
"Sham," m new movie, gets the
'only vingle kiss shown in the fiva
reels. Thut la UstoweJ by Clyde
Take Aspirin only as told in-each
package of genuine Bayer Tablets of
Aspirin. Then you will be following
the directions and dosage worked out
by physicians during 21 years, and
proved safe by millions. Take no
chances with substitutes. If you see
the Payer Cross on tablets, you can
take them without fear for Colds,
Headache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism.
Earache. Toothache, Lumbago and for
Pain. Handy tin boxes of twelve tab.
lets cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin Is the
trade mark of llayer Manufacture of
MononcetieaWdester of Sallcy llcacld.
PANCAKES In a Jiffy
I'aucuke Flour, -
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
Tork and Beans, Sardines, Deviled Ham, Lunch
Tongue, Veal Loaf, Boned Chicken, Peanut Butter,
All sizes of Slat Baskets, priced 13c to 7-"c.
Paper Napkins, Paper Plates, Lunch Sets, Wax