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SATURDAY EVENING, MAY ,21, 1021
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' JV&as Afofcs of Pendleton
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, Way 28-27 Pendleton Mer
chants' and Manufacturers' Cur
nival, Hlx-club Rolf tournament to be
played he i Katurduy and Bun
duy May 28-29.
Muy SI, June, 1 and 2 Rtale
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women's clubs,
June 8 and 4 Twenty-ninth
Annual pioneer Picnic.
June 14, 15, 16 State con
vention of tho O. A. It,
, June 27-AuKust 6 Summer
i September 22, 23. 24 Annual
Tomorrow Trlnlly Sunday
Tomorrow In Trinity Sunday, Ihe
Sunday next after WhltHimday, observ.
eil In honor of the Holy Trinity. Lo
cal churches will observe the day In
Ilcppncr Mun III
M. O. C'urrliotl, a Mg sheep man of
Heppncr, In III at St. Anthony'! hos
pital. He Is a prominent man of tho
llt'ppner district and is interested. In
the First National bank there.
Mint Itnlu 'Immu-ii
Miss Irva Ihile, of Pendleton, was
choeon vice-president of the Orcnn
Stute Ifllgh Hchool Kill tors' Association
" at a meeting In RuReno yesterday. 'The
run vent Ion was attended by 42 visit
ing delegates, the convention being
the first ever held by the association.
Other officers of the association for
next yar are A. Montgomery, of Ha
letn, president and Helen Lister of
(irantH Pass, secretary and treasurer.
Why Not A rls' Band,
The success of the program put on
by the United. Hchool band of Pendle
ton last night has caused J. DeWllde
to come forward with the sugtrestlon
that Pendleton have a band In which
girls provide the music. Just one or
ganization of this kind Is all he has
ever seen, Mr. IHiWIIdo says. Several
years ago at Hock Valley, Iowa ho
heard hucIi an oi niitlou.
nlonlsts from the Middle West who
will visit tho wholo state. Action on
the proposal of tho state organization
Is expected at the next meeting of the
board of manager of the local asuo-clation.
Oo To Ix'IiiiiUii Spring
Mr. and Mrs. Will H. MeCormmach
left today for Lehman Springs where
they plan to spend several days In their
country home. They expect to return
to l'endloton In time to observe Me
morial Day here.
Make preparations now to at
tend (lie Pcndleloif Ml-JM'II-ANTK
AMI, JIAM I'Am It
i:HK' CAIINIVAM, Mar 2 and
27. It's going to be a big tiling.
PENDMCTOJifJ LKAIrtXO "TORE .
Suggestions for the Greatest Moment
In a Life Time
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To Pluu AVcli'onii)
A meetinn In Portland Jimny 7 of
editors of Oregon newspapers and
secretaries of commercial associations
has been proposed by the State Cham
ber of Commerce for the purpose of
making plans for welcoming excur-
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Another Shipment of Those
' jlcDONALDS MILK CHOCOLATE
SCOUT BARS 5c.
RUSSELL & GILBERT'S FANCY
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Phone 101, Private Exchange C6nnects Both
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Local I'lrms In MoMcs.
Moving pictures of street scenes In
Pendleton, featuring the various bus
iness firms of tho city, were filmed to
day by Ouletto & Campbell of Chi
cago. The pictures will show patrons
going In and out of stores. The films
will be shown as an advertising fea
ture at the Arcade and Alta theaters.
the first showing to be made a wcck
l'ml Pci-ldcr Dies.
Fred J'ecbler. aged 15, a pupil of
Hawthorne school, died this morning
III Portland, according to word receiv
ed by local friends. . He was the son
of A. Peebler, who is In Montana, but
has made. his home with his grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Peebler.
Tho boy was taken to Portland recent.
ly in the hope of benefiting his hcaltn.
The body will be brought to Pendle
ton tonuight for burial here.
For the Graduate
Now is the time to take advantage of this immense
stock of jewelry and 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, regular 3.0, now
Wrist Watt-he, regular 25.li0. uoW
Wrist Watrh-js. regular 1:0.00, now
Wrist Watches, regular J40.0U, now
Wrist Watches, regular J6S.O0. now
Hoys' Watches, regular 1100,00, now
Hoys' Watches, regular 175.00, now
Hoys' Watches, regular $45.00, Sow
Hoys' Watches, regular $33.00, now
Pearl Necks. IS inches, regular $10.00, now SO. 0.1
Pearl Necks, E0 Inches, regular 12.00, now $9.75
PcnrNecks, 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? Come In and look at it is all we ask.
lianscop Jewelry Store
THE REGISTERED TARGET SHOOT
SUNDAY, MAY 22ND
. COLLINS' PARK.
USE WINCHESTER TRAP LOADS.
"Bust Them" With a Winchester Gun.
ATTFNn THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
Would Hill 8luw
Danny Wallace, representing tho
Wallace-Hillam Production Co. Is in
Pendleton for the purpose of putting
on a- show here within the near fu
ture under tho auspices of the Ameri
can Legion If his plans prove of inter
est to the local post members. The
company has produced 104 shows dur.
Ing the past two years, all of them be
ing put on under the auspices of le
gion posts. They have been across the
continent and back again.
Wants To Settle Hero
A letter from N. C. Olson, a farm
worker, has been received at the Com
mercial Association In which the
young man states he wants to come to
I'malllla county to settle. He Is seek
ing work either as a ranch hand or
as a manager. He sttites that he haa
had experience In both Irrigated and
dry farm sections and Is conversant
with methods followed In sheep and
hog husbandry and has had some ex
perience In tho cattle business. He
eives tho information that he Is mar
ried anddios a family.
Pin n Picnic July 4.
Tho Knights of Pythias lodges In
Umatilla county are planning a picnic
for members and their families which
will be held July 4. N6 definito action
has been taken yet, but the proposed
celebration will be definitely settled
within the n-.-t ten days. No place
has been, chosen, but those sponsoring
the entertainment expect to have a
big- basket dinner and sports for old
and young. Consideration of the pic
nic will be given Monday night at the
meeting of the local lodge when work
will be done In the esquiro degree.
iets Bruises In CtdlWon
Freddy Lyons, 16. received minor
Injuries this morning at 11:15 o'clock
at the Hotel Pendleton cornor when
he was struck by the Ford delivery
truck belonging to Gray liros. Grocery.
Hystanders say that the boy became
confused and was on the wrong side of
tho street and that the driver's efforts
to prevent a collision were frustrated
when the lad pulled in front of the
machine. The bicycle Lyons was rid
ing was wreckq which caused Frank
Glaze to mourn because he owned the
wheel. Young Lyons was bruised nnd
shaken up, but It Is thought that his
Injuries are superficial.
1 Vinci-ill In llukt.
Tho funeral of the late John Scott
Rlchey was held today at Milton in
tho M. R Church. South. Rev. C. A.
Rexrond officiating. Burial was made
in tho family plot In Mt. View ceme
tery in Walla Walla. Mr. Ritchey
died Thursday evening at St. Mary's
hospital In Walla Walla, at the age of
65 years. Mr. Rlchey was born In
Ohio In 1S55, and came to Oregon
when nuite young, having made his
home In Milton for many years. Mr.
Rlchey secured the charter at Salem.
Oregon for Milton city and also laid
nut the townsltc of Frecwater. He
wns a rcpreseninuve ui uic uirswii
luoiulntiii-B In 1890 mayor of Milton
for two terms and servea a nunxier ot
years as deputy sehriff -or Umatilla
count v. Mr. Rlchey leaves a wife and
one daughter. Miss Wcnonah Blondell
Rlchey of Milton, who were at nt
bedside: two brothers, James Rlchey
of Abingdon, III., and Robert Rlchey
of Stockvlllc, Neb.
An event of joy to the younger folks as well as pride to the older folks and one in
which friends will want to show their appreciation, for GRADUATION TIME, gifts
are remembered for a life time. i.
GIFTS FOR THE BO Y
FOR THE GIRL
Silk Hosiery 81.50 to S3.50
You couldn't give a more ap
preciative gift than silk hosiery,
because a girl never has too
many. Consider giving our silk
hosiery, we offer, plain and
' Cutex Sets 35c
Cutex sets make an ideal gift,
they come in handy.
Melba Toilet Water -
For a dainty gift, Melba toilet
water fills the bill, offered in
The Gift De Luxe, Kayser
We're showing a big lot of this
fine underwear. Silk top and all
silk garments. Vests, union
suits, envelopes, knickers, etc.
Be sure to see this assortment
before you buy.
Lingerie Clasps $1.25 to $3.5(T
Spanish Combs $1.00 to $2.50
Some hand made colored
handkerchiefs,- and big lot hand
embroidered maderia and plain
hemmed. Some white and some
colored ........ 35c to $1.75
Purses, vanity bags, etc. Many
styles and colors. .
Made to order in any shade of
Make an ideal gift for the girl
graduate. We're offering a big
' assortment of kid and silk
gloves for such
Kid Gloves ...... $3.50 to $6.00
Silk Gloves $1.00 to $2.00
Brassieres, white net trimmed
with val lace $2.50
Brassiere of pink taffeta trim-
med with cluny $4.50
. Brassieres of white dotted Swiss
trimed with Mechlin lace $2.50
Brassiere of cluny lace, finished
with net and satin ribbon $5.00
Camisole of white satin trimmed
net, lace and ' French roses,
. price . $2.50
Caniisole of pink wash satin built
up shoulders of net . $2.95
Combinations of pink wash satin
from . $2.50 to $15.00
Combination of pink symphony
crepe trimmed with baby Irish
Combinations of baby blue strip
ed Georgette trimmed with
ribbon and French roses in
, Combinations of white Georget
te trimmed with frilly little
ruffles of Georgette.
Gowns of wash satin, Georgette
and crepe de chine to match
Pink satin corsets.
- Petticoats of wash satin, crepe
de chine and Georgette in
white, flesh and orchid.
Petticoats of jersey and milan
, ese in all season shades, plain ?
' or with combination "ruffles.
Pongee gowns of best quality of.
Fermosa pongee, all sizes $5.95
Silk sweaters in pink, rose, black
navy, sand and other shades.
Sport Coats, all shades including
the much wanted scarlet and
Blouses of every description in
cluding ordanies, dimities and
. pongees and beautiful design
Kimonas of Japanese crepe and
silk, beautifully embroidered
Summer furs, neck pieces of Aus
tralian opposum, Russian fitch
Japanese -mink, northern
mink, Kolensky and mole.
A Suit of Clothes
Why not give him a suit of
clothes for the occasion, it's good
after then and he will appreciate
it too. Our stock is of the best
quality high grade clothes for.
the boy, tailored and finished up
to the last minute in style. We
guarantee satisfaction and fit.
Price $37.50 to $G5.00
Hats $5.00 to $12.50
Shoes .... . : . . . . $8.00 to $ 13.50
The best of makes
Sox 75c to $1.50
In plain colors and fancy.
Neckwear $1.00 to $4.00.
A delightful array of colors -
X t f
. $8.50 to $27.50
$2.50 to $10.00
Big asortment of patterns
v and colorings.
This will last him a life time and
hell appreciate it. . $37.50 to $85
many styles, pair $1.50 to $3
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shcepdofr. Colonel, Vnshcr's rompnn
ion for the nst five years.
Vastier, wlio has been employed by
Alfred Smith and the Hoylcns ns a
sheepherder, wu a Bteck owner In the
Pilot Hock bank and wns a man of
some means. In 1906, lie told Mr.
noylcn to notify two brothers in
France In case of dcth or accident.
Cables have been sent to the broth
ers and funeral arrangements will not
be made until they are. heard from.
UPPER SILESIAN MATTER
IiXDON. May 21. I Keen,
IT. p. Staff Correspondent.) With the
UritlKh urKlnir speed on tho settle
ment of the fppcr Silesian question
hv thn smircmo council, tho French
continued to piny for time. Premier
iirlnnit Infurnipd tho Iirillsli govern
ment thnl be acrees. in principle, with
the proposed special meetiiiK of the
council to consider the problem, but
that It must wait completion or inc
debate in tho chamber of deputies ov
er his foreign policies.
Ctrd or Thanks '. "
Wo wisli to thank the many kind
friends for their kindness shown us
during he illness of my brother, J. R.
11. M. SUAN" XSU
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Price i
East Oregonian Printing Departinehtr T
PAXCAKKS In a liffv
John Vnshcr. aged 60. who has been
In this county for the past 4'i years
and who Is well known as a sheep-
herder, died last nlfiht of acute pneu
monia, at the Itoylen sheep rancn in
Pino City. Tom Itoylen, Jr., bcramr
alarmed when I ho sheep came In alone
and later fouud Vaslier in a dying
condition, guarded Cy Jits faithful
To see Mrs. Scott, who
is an expert demonstra
tor and will demon
J. L. VAUGIIAN
Electric Supply House
Phone 139. 206 E. Court
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 good,g at THE RIGHT PRICE is passed on to our patrons in the form of
splendid savings. " ' ' ..
Cut Glass Water Sets (one jug and
six glasses) in two cuttings, the
git-ape, and daisy, you will like tnem
We have received some new pat
terns in Dinnerware of the best qual
ity, vou will like them, for two rea
sons, one the Quality and the other at, set
the Price. '
THESE ARE TRULY EXCEP TIONAL VALUES
Pnrfprtinn Hair Nets at Toilet Soao at the Talcum Powder at
each ".. 10c cake 4c
I,ncws are still soIIIhk nt ono
liair tln-lr regular value,
that makes baby edirinKS
w4 3 artls for 5o. Qual
ity considered jotl vaunt
boat ur prior.
Slcrtlinndiso. tif Su
perlative Merit, lntli-
er the price Ihj liii;h ur
No matter what tlie aiticlc Is or tho
price It sells at It Is KKAL MrJlCltAN
IlSi:, bchiiitl which we can honorably
stand. AiiytliiitK pitniiiR trtlierwlsc will
rcccivo an adjustment tciuUus to main
tain your irool-vvill ami iUroiKij;c. VOU
MIST m; SATISFUJ. 1
The Bee Hive
"Mure for Less"
(Including war tax).
I'll'iiiu ltu.-ket.s are m-IIii)c for
1-3 prk-e. ' o belter tlnwi
tlian now to koI tlw one t
ns) oa picuk.
"UorUi Uui Muuai"
I prequlsito of allil
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