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DAILY EAST ORECONTAN, PENi)LETOIf, OHEGON, FTlTDAY EVE1CTNG, WAV 20, 1921.
People Here and There
M. I Humes, who makes hid head
quarters In Pendleton, returned yes
terday evening from Ui nraiide. It I"
ruining a great Ural there, ho reports,
mill tho precipitation has made the
Strength comes from well digested
nnd thoroughly assimilated food.
Hood'H Harsapurllla tones the digestive
organs, and thus builds up the
strength. If you aro getting "run
down," begin taking Hood's ut once. It
given nerve, niental and diguistiva
Oregon Trail rather muddy and diffi
cult to et over. '
M. K. Ward of Enterprise
Mr. and Mm. W. O. rhctps of Wes
ton wcro here yesterday.
(icorge Spencer of Manflcld was
here on business today.
Mr. and Mrs. . Will Utile or I.a
C.rando were here- yesterday us the
guests of friends.
Hal J. Holland, Charles Holland and
J. M. Hhaw of Walla Walla were I'on
(llcliin visitors Thursday.
Iluslncss brought Clyde Fullcrton
and K. r,. Matthews here from lloso
burg Thursday afternoon.
If You Have a
If you arc a customer of the Table Supply and
something goes wrong; if your supplies do not come
to you as they should please let us know about it. We
will make it right. Our every effort is to give to our
many customers the very best in quality and service.
Read our motto on all our parcels. Follow that
suggestion and our dealings will be pleasant and our
efforts to please you will be a success.
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CI1AS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
W. H. Albec, of Helix, gamo warden
for this HOetlon, Is In Pendleton today
accompanied liy Mrs. Albce.
After a visit In Pasco, Clifford
Churchman was In Pendleton today
on his way hack to Haiti, where he
represents the Xcw Tork 'National
Train Was Traveling at Slow
Bate of Speed and Was Just
Leaving City Limits.
KCGKNi:. Ore., May 20. (f. '.)
Kevcn persons were Injured when
the Kugone-Marshricld passenger
train went into an open switch and
collided with a freight on u side track.
None were badly hurt. C. W. Orif
flth of Ihigene, Mrs. Wharff of Marsh,
field, Mis. Chrlstlnnson of t-'pokane.
Ernest Tilzler of J'ortiand, V. H. Dan
ghcrty a news agent, Donald WIIII
gen and Ilurbara Nanghton of North
Mend, were injured. The train was
traveling at a slow rate of speed and
was Just leaving the city limits .
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOIl TUSXT 2 room unfurnished
apartment, also 1 room furnished
apartment. Phone &5T-H.
Full It EXT 5 room furnished house.
I'hono l(S4-W. SOU Johnson fit.
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court St.
Big Specials for Saturday
11 Bars Palmolivc $1.00
22 Bars Royal White $1.00
13 Bars Crystal White $1.00
11 Bars Cream Oil $1.00
19 Lbs. White Satin $2.10
19c Lbs. Olympic $2.10
21 Lbs. Flour ; '$1.10
CAN GOODS SPECIAL
8 Cans Corn $1.00
8 Cans Tomatoes $1.00
5 Cans Peas . . : $1.00
7 Cans Salmon, 1 lb $1.00
6 Lbs. Crisco $1.20
4 Lbs. Snow Drift 80c
5 Lbs. Swift's Lard '. $1.00
4 Lbs. Carnation Shortninjr 70c
We offer you a fine Peanut Butter. Brinp
vour bucket 5 lbs. for 50c
l )Lbs. Small White $1.00
) Lbs. Lima Beans $1.00
5 Cans Pork andBcans 50c
10 Lbs. Macaroni ..; $1.00
12 Lbs. Head Rice $1-00
5 Lbs. Ginger Snaps $1.00
3 Lbs. Walnuts $1.00
3 Lbs. M. J. B. or Gold Shield $1.25
3 Lbs. Hills Blue and M. J. B. "B" Brand. . . 90c
6 Lbs. Fine Bulk Coffee $1.00
4 Lbs. Carcoal Coffee $1.00
, ' SYRUP SPECIAL
1 Gallon Tea Garden $1.45
1 Gallon Liberty Bell a $1.45
1 Gallon Molasses 70c
1 Large Log Cabin $1-25
1 Medium Household 35c
1 Large Household '. .- 75c
1 Egg Case Box $1.35
8 Cans Carnation $1.00
8 Cans Canvon $1.00
10 Cans Hebe .; $1.0C
8 Cans Borden $1.00
8 Packages Kelloggs Corn Flakes $1.00
10 Packages Quaker Corn Flakes $1.00
8 Packages Post Toasties $1.00
3 Packages Kens Oats $1.00
Ter pound 3c
These prices are for Saturday only, exceot for
outside of town people held good till Tuesday.
We handle Pendleton Baking Co. Bread which
by many tests has proven to be better than any
other bread handled in Pendleton. Ruy Pendle
ton Bread and help lower the prices.
THE OLD HOMETOWN.
APTEft PETE MULLEN SOLt SOME HOQZ MJ
HE HAD HIS HAJR CUT. ITS THE FIRST TIME Hii '
HAS SHOVWN HIS EARS THIS WNTER .
I r hi
Silver for the
Perhaps nothing "I"1? ' .fl !l
for the wedding gi. "V" -i
and is truly
NEWS OF THE COUNTY
OFFICES AND OFFICERS I
( nrmichuel We Demurrer
Another inning in the Carmkhael
(iivdnre ease w.'m reeorded today when
demurrer to the aimwer of the de
fendant was filed by Carmlchael in
which It U claimed that the anKwer
(f the defendant does not mate facta j
mffirieni to constitute a defeiiBe. and j
for a weond reuMon that the court has j
no imisrlictlon on the person of the!
nlnliiliff. The demurrer whh filed liy
John L. Hharjwteln and Fee and Fee.
Hat ll hnrse llin-orded
The honoralilo dlseharBe of Kzra J.
Hasen, a lirivate in the Signal Corps,
Head'iuarlers Co.. 101 Field Signal
Uatlalinn, ha been prexented at the
office of ihe county clerk for record
ing. The discharge shows that Hasten
enlisted at 1'endleton February 27,
1918 and was discharged one year lat
er. He was in the St. Mihlel drive and
In the second battle of Verdun and
was gajssed October 23, 1918.
Work ix-trrmlnliig (iradi-s
The great amount of work neces
sary in determining and classifying
srudes made by eighth grade students
will prevent the reports from being
made known before the middle of next
week, it was announced at the office
of the county superintendent ot
Tiimnltmi Teaeliers Klecu-d.
W. A. Itush, ut present with the
Umatilla schools, has been elected to
the piinclpalship of the Tumalum
school near Freewater al a salary of
J19J0. Mrs. Uydia Trice Hubbs has
been elected as teacher ot the lower
(trades at a salary of $H40.
Ada ins' School Iloilin.
The annual picnic of tho Adams
school was held today, the affair be
ing' staged at Cayusc. A special pro
gram was a part of the day's events
with a big picnic dinner at noon.
To TcacH nt I'kiiili.
Kdna II. Cone, now teaching nt
Monmouth, has been elected ( to teach
tho lower grades at Uklah. Her sal
ary will be J13i0. ,
MINE IN III
TO ACCEPT WAGE CUT
PORTLAND, May 20. (A. P.)
Marine strikers and sympathizers here
last night attacked the members of the
crew of. the steamer Coaxet, which h
loading here, and threw some Filipino
members of the crew Into tho YVUlam
ctts. according to affidavits presented
to the United States District Attorney
Humphreys by J. H. Piltz, fh-et captain
of the shipping board. Humphreys
snid that on the basis or the affidavits
he would ask an injunction In the fed
eral court this afternoon against
picketing the waterfront.
Will Ak Injunction
Portland. May 20. r. p.)
Waterfront trouble broke out anew at
Victoria Dolphins, where the shipping
Iwnrd vessels, awaiting non union
rews are berthed, during the night
and early today. Several Filipino
strikebreakers were thrown Into the
river. None were drowned. Other
were badly mauled by the raiding
party which boarded ' the steamer
Coaxet. The police ended the riot, the
fourth within a week. District Attor
new Humphreys will ask the. federal
court today for an injunction prevent
ing picketing and interference.
LOCAL SPEAKER GIVES
PRAISE TOO. OF 0.
Thomas Murphy, formerly a student
at University of Oregon where he wa
president of the sophomore class,
spoke before the student body of the
Pendleton high school this morning In
observance of University of Oregon
Mr. Murphy, In an excellent address,
pointed out that with the recent acqui
sition of 90(i,000 through the millage
' tax, the college is now rated with the
leading institutions of the I nitea
States and Is worthy of the considera
tion of prospective students.
"The University," said Mr. Murphy.
"Is concentrating on several schools
which are a part of the college. For
example, there is the school of busi
ness administration, formerly the
school of commerce. Here students
I are trained In business lines and equip
ped to enter commercial life.
Cites IKul Papers
"Another school is the school of
Journalism, where training in the
newspaper field is given. ' Each of the
local papers employs former students
of this school. ?:dlson Marshal, au
thor of "The Voice of the Pack," and
one of the foremost novelists and short
story writers of the day, received his
early training in this school. Adver
tising, one of tho big factor in busi
ness today. Is also taught In the school
Other Schools Mentioned
Mr. Murphy mentioned also the pre
medics school, the school of military
science and the school of la-w, and the
emphasized the new school of engi
neering from which three year credits
will be accepted at big engineering
schools in the United States, enabling
students after completing tho three
year training to enter other engineer
ing colleges as seniors.
The speaker touched upon the re
markably fine equipment of' the Wo
man's IJuilding and said that the
building is one of the best of its kind.
H made a plea for the University of i
Oregon for Oregon people, saying that
faculty members count the friends
made at college as HO percent of a col
lege education. y
Vhir nntmnko these friends In
your own state." saiu .nr. .uuiwj
"If you attend the University of Ore-i
gon, the friends made there are the
people of your own state and you will !
meet them in after years.
H. J. Warner, local attorney. Intro
duced Mr. Murphy and In a brief talk,
slated that students shouhl give both
the University of Oregon and O. A. C.
careful consideration before choosing
anv other college. He stated that the
two schools offer the best training
Mr. Warner paid a-tribute to Mr
Murphy, saying that he was very ac
tive In student affairs at the Univer
sity, and was known for his loyalty to
both hieh school and college, ns well
as for his patriotism during the re
cent war, he having been one of the
first of the Umatilla county men to enlist.
Lfi well a beauty
A- nr.' ;,ik.,.ir' irs
GIFT THAT LASTS"
MIiItCHANTS AND MAM FACTl "IIMIS
t XKMVAL. Mar nd 27,h
A meritorious exhibition which will stimulate your
pride In your community.
Tli JLnrp-st Diamond Dealers in Eastern Onon.
Crimped, poorly shod feet irr N'aMre's danger ignil warning thit tboold be heeded
in children's (eet for the take ' -:r heilth. See that your ehildren wear correctly
shaped shoes ftirh a "Little P: ! ." We row can fit your children in ny desired
model button or lare. hih or lo--choice of black, tan, chocolate. Bear or amok
leather. Made by tb Coodrear Welt process no nails or tacks. Cm ber-toled.
Thty'vt mult tkrir way by Iht way they'rt mii
Pendleton's Leading Store.
t. . PU. O.
This conditions Is usually brought on
byVeglect. Neglect to drink as much
water as a healthy person requires,
which Is three pints each day. Neglect
to take enough exercise to keep the
body In a healthy condition. Neglect
to establish a regular habit of having
the bowels move once each day,
whether there is an Inclination or not.
It is obvious that to cure chronic con
stipation, you must first correct your
habits. Chamberlain's Tablets are ex
cellent but will not cure you perman
ently, when these neglects are persist
ed in. Begin now. c.et well and stay
"t have never found anything so
good for stomach troubles nnd consti
pation as Chamberlain s Tablets. 1
have used them off and on for the past
two years. They not only regulate the
bmvcls but invlaorate the liver and
keep one's body in a healthy condi
tion, writes Mrs. Henjamine Hoffer.
Auburn. X. Y.
Dlsioratcri Her Shoulder
Mrs. Johanna Soderholm. Fergus
Falls. Minn., fell and dislocated her
shoulder. She had a surgeon get It
back In place as soon ns-posslble. but
It was quite sore and pained her very
much. Hr son mentioned that h had
seen Chamberlain's Liniment advertis
ed for sprains and soreness und she
asked him to buy a bottle of It. which
he did. It quickly relieved the pain
and soreness nnd enabled her to sleep,
which sho had not done for several
days. If you are troubled with rheu
matism, give Chamberlain's Unlment a
trial. It Is excellent.
l.r Had I 'suigli
When yoa rkn not sleep for cough
ing, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy. It will allnv the irrw-iHen ef the
throat and make sleep possible. It
contains no opiate.
WHERE ECONOMY REIGNS SUPREME
We strive to give you the fullest value for your
money. For Saturday we will have
- Kennewick Strawberries, Green Pea, Fresh To
matoes, Green Beans, Radishes, Green Peppers,
Rhubarb, New Potatoes, Lettuce, Carrots, Turnips,
Beets, Asparagus, Gooseberries and all the fresh
fruit the market affords.
ASK ABOUT OUR MANY SPECIALS
The Most in Value
The Best in Quality
Look over our line of Camping Supplies. You will need
some of these goods on that trip.
0. D. Blankets .$5.00
Camp Stools and Camp Stov-ps
Folding Cots, single and double -T i !33E!3E2!IEZ3
Tents, all sizes, lowest prices
Bed Sheets and Bed Sacks
Mess Kits - 75c
Canteens 50c and 75c
Middies, O. D. Shirts and Sweaters. A complete new line
at new low prices.
Come in and look them over.
Army & Navy Sate CO.
516 Main Street.