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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 26, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
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4) CAIJ2nAn OP EVENTS 4
May J8-2J rendleton Mer-
chants' and Manufacturer!' Car-
Blx-elub coif tournament to ba
played htra Saturday and Bun-
day May 21-20.
May 91, Juna 1 and 2 Rtata
convention of Oregon Federation
of Women's clube.
June 3 and 4 Twenty-ninth
Annual Pioneer l'lcnlo.
June 14, IS, 1 State eon-
ventlnn of the O, A. R.
June 27-AuguBt J Summer
September 22. 2$. 14 Annual
Itetuni From Convention.
Lea Ream returned to Pendleton
yesterday from the east whore he at-
tended the switchmen's convention at
Toledo, O. He report that the meet
ing wu a very successful one requir
ing nlno days for tha transaction of all
the business. The next convention
will be held at Penver, Colo. While
In the east Mr. Heam also vhilted at
Detroit, Cleveland and Chicago.
Want Kuwt Light. ,
Htreet lights which were, songni
several month ago at the corner or
Grant and Wilson streets and Madi
son and Wilson and could not be ae-
oured, due to the Inability or me
power company to aecure the lump,
will be Installed oon. The city re
corder was Instructed to notify the
company to make the Installations an
quickly a possible for the conveni
ence of property owner who want
Hid Let for IHgh Dive.
The bid of C. P. Miller for con
Btructlng a high dive for tho city na
tatorlum at a cot of 107.60 was ao.
cepted last night by the city rounrll
following a report of bid received by
Councilman it. C. Lawrence, chairman
of the committee. The dive will be
14 1-2 feet above the urface of the
water. The time of opening the na-
tutorlum wan left to tho discretion or
the comJnltlee und Mr. Lawrence de
clared that the building would not be
ready before June 1.
Hoy Scout to Hike.
Member of Troop No. 1, Pendleton
Hoy Scouts, under the leadership of
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MERCHANTS' AND MANUFAC
"You Can Depend on "101"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
rhone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both
Itev. J. M. Corncllson will hike to
the Umatilla Mission Friday after
noon. The scouts will aHHi'tnbli) In
front of tho city hull and the depar
ture will be taken at 4:80 Krlduy af
ternoon. Tho blanket roll und pro
vision will be taken out in a truck.
On their arrival ut the mission the
baseball diamond and tha tonnli
court will bo turned over to them for
I.lltlo Son Horn
Mr. und Mr. Chnrle Milne are the
parents of a little son born today at Kt.
Anthony' hospitul. The new arrival
weighs elKht and a half pound.
Deliver Cnmencement Addresses'.
Rev. O. JU Clark went to Echo thU
afternoon where tonight he will deliv
er tho commencement address for the
high school graduating clnsg. Friday
night he will make the address before
a similar body at Imbler. He will re
turn to Pendleton early Saturday
rENbLnroN'i leading store
Of Course You're Going
to the Pendleton Merchants' and Manufactures' Carnival at Happy Canyon. Visit
our Booths and make yourself at home.
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Shipment I Short
Instead of tha several hundred
copies of The Saturday Evening Post
which arrive In Pendleton each Thurs
day for new stand eale, only 81 copies
were received today. The reason given
I a strike among the workmen. The
company took care of all It regular
To Hold Ceremonial.
Shrlner of Wullu Walla are mak
ing plans for a good time when the
temple from Spokane come down for
a pilgrimage and ceremonial to be
held Saturday evening. 1 There 1 a
possibility thut several local Shrine
will make the trip to Walla .. Wulla
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 aa far as it will. That is why
we are offering you these wonderful values.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS
Wrist Watches, regular $30.00, now tIS.Kl
Wrist Watches, regular $25.0(1, now $t5.t.1
Wrist Watch, regular 120.00, now $14. S5
Wrtst Watches, regular $40.00, now 27.5
Wrist Watches, regular $45.00, now , t4.SO
Boy' Watch.-, regular 3100.00, now $79.8.1
Hoy1 Watch", regul.tr 175.00, now fSt.tA
Boys' Watches, regular $45.00, now S.1C.23
Hoys' Watches, regular $35.00, now 127.83
rear! Neck. IS Inches, regular $10.00, now (.3
Pearl Necks, 10 Inche, regular 12.00, now ' '. ..'...$8.73
Peart-Neck. 24 Inches, regular $14.00, now ft0.t3
Everything Is fr your disposal for the same reduced price. Can
you afford to overlook this offer? Come in and look at It I all we ask.
22. cal. for
Miss Furnish Honored
Mis Ulanche Furnish, a student at
O, A. ft, ha been honored by nomina
tion for the board of tho associated
undents nt the cnlleVo. Khe was chos
en to serve for the year 1921-1922 dur.
Ing her senior year. 8ho Is a member
of Alpha Chi Omega sorority and
prominent In student affairs.
Weather I Cooler
The weather Is appreciably cooler
today according to the officlnl report
by Major Moorehouse. The maximum
was 70 as against 84 for yesterday.
Minimum today was CO with the baro
meter showing 29.00. A breexe that
was merely cooling and pleasant In
the early morning gained strength as
the day grew older, and shortly after
TeaclKTH Tests June 8
Notice ha been given by the eountv
superintendent of schools that tha
first examination of the year will t-
held here Wednesdav, June 8, the sec
ond Wednesday of tho month. Thlg Is
one week earlier than usual, the pre
vious custom having been to begin the
test on the third Wednesday of the
month. The examination will require
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sat
Complain of Dust.
Demands of some property owners
for more street sprinkling was re
ported to the council last night by
Mayor Hartman. He declared that In
some sections of the city he had been
approached many times on thl mat
ter. The advisability of putting on a
horse-drawn sprinkler In adition to
the motor flusher wa considered. A
survey of the financial statu of the
various departments of the city dts
closed that the budget provision are
being slightly exceeded by eomo do
partments. other departments ure
under their estimates. The Kelly
Comedians will show on payment of
the old license fee of $100 a week. A
matinee will be given on one after
noon, the proceeds of the show at this
matinee will go to the summer normal
The funernl of the late Mr. Flor
ence E. Barlow will be held tomorrow
from the Methodist church at two
o'clock with Rev. John Secor officiat
ing. Mrs. Rarlow was the daughter of
the lato Henry Dells and Mr. Belts, of
Pilot Uork. Mrs. Barlow is survived
by her mother, her husband, three
children, Clyde, Charles and James,
and a sister, Mrs. Tom Gillette of
Cayuse. Two brothers, Thomas and
Charles Belts, survive. She' wag the
niece of Mrs. Minnie Kretxer, Roy Og
II by, Mr. Charlotte Dudley, Douglas
Belts and P. T. Belt of Pendleton,
Sherman Belts and 8am Belts of
Clnrkston, Wash., Mr. O. Dikeu of
Caldwell, Idaho, and William Slegle
of California. Mrs. Barlow was ac
tive In the Methodist church and In
the Artisan lodge of Pilot Rock.
Golflet to Meet Tonight.
Golfists of Pendleton will meet this
evening nt 7:30 o'clock at the offices
of the Commercial Association where
detailed plans for the toiunev to r
played on the local links Saturday
and btinday will be evolved, Tha
prizes to be awarded, the methoo
Special Skirt Sale !
Nine plaid woolen skirts in
brown, tan, grays, green, One
in batiste and nainsook, beau
tifully trimmed with ribbon,
val laces and French flowers,
all sizes $1-98
Limited quantity of these in
sizes 23 to 34. while they last,
With plain or navy collars,
sizes 4 to 22, special price $1.49
Fairy Sun Silk
The new silk for snort clothes, offered in a good
range of shades, such as turquoise, rose, Belgian,
jade and white. It is 40 in. wide of good firm tex
ture, 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 silk.
Finest Quality Imported Organdie $1.50
Full 48 in. wide, very sheer, permanent silk finish
and launders well. As you know organdie dresses
are so very popular this season. This organdie of
fered in shades of primrose, orchid, rose and copen.
Buy your dress now and make up for the warm days
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
THE CIRCLET ,
encircles the figure
No printed description ran make jrmi
feel that Insistent 'Kit up straight tug"
that the mere trying on of Circlet will.
The very way it Is made give tfie figure
poise while it rests all the muscles of the
la. . i wuJ
The Circlet is a Clever New Undergarment With a
Tli Ink of an undergarment without a hook nor eye to give way. No
possibility of slipping shoulder-strap. .No hiking up over the corset.
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.
Colored Hdkf. Linen $2.00 Yard
Just received a few good shades of this fine
handkerchief linen, such as pink, blue, rose and
green. It is full 36 in. wide. Cuts to good advant
age for handkerchiefs and blouses, and priced at
Crepe De Chine $1.65 and $1.75 Yd..--.
Full 40 in. wide for dresses and blouses Jn 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.
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scoring and other pertinent points will.
be discussed. All fans are expected
to be present, members of the com
mittee said today.
UNION PACIFIC OWNER
OF LOS ANGELES AND
SALT LAKE RAILROAD
NEW YORK. May 26. (L. P.)
The Union Pacific acquired half of the
stock and bonds of the Los Anseles &
Salt Like Railway company, owned by
Senator Clark Interests, It has been
learned. With this transaction, the
entire road becomes the property of
the Vnlon Pacific, as It had purchas
ed previously the other half of the In
terest. The remaining Interest just
acquired are valued at 29. 000,000.
tobacco makes 50
good qgartttas for
"ITS ALL nsit HISTORY" I
rEND. Ore., .May 26. (U. P.)
"It s all a fish story," declared Game
Warden Earl B. Houston on his re
turn to Bend from Investigating re
ports that Dark Lake had been dyna
mited and hundreds of fish killed
some time toward the end of last
"I found Just one dead fish, nnd he
may have committed suicide. There
was no Indication of blasting."
Rumors have been current for some
time to the effect that hundreds of
dead eastern brook trout, ranging
from a few inches up to two feet long,
were flatlng on Dark lake.
May .66 i
Wheat The possibility of consider
able wheat coming Into this market
before the end of the month, to which
we called attention yesterday is likely
to relieve the tension In May was dim.
inent factor in today's market. The
Chicago price for wheat yesterday was
the highest in the world, and well
above shipping basis, so that was
natural to assume that outside mar
kets would take advantage of the des
parity by diverting wheat to Chicago.
Bids to arrive were reduced to 25
cents over the July for number one
hard and 20 cents over for number
one red for ten days shipment. The
seaboard reported 350,000 bushels sold
for export to Holland but said the for
eign demand otherwise was verv slow.
The enthusiasm on the buying side of
July was checked by a report of co
pious rains over a large part of the
The I'nlted States department of
agriculture la experimenting with a
tree which glw off a peculiar poison
fatal to flies. It the experiments prove
a success, the seeds may be distribut
ed throughout the country to extermi
nate the pests.
belt including parts of Kansas and
Missouri where moisture was bndlv
needed. Country offerings were said to
show slight decrease but su.i veij ..u
eral. The course of prices for imme
diate future will depend upon wheth
er or not the rains relieve the crop
situation In the southwest.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT Furnished
bath. 614 Cosbie.
WANTED Experienced Cook. Ad
dress "A" E. O. Office.
FOR. CARPET cleaning and general
house cleaning for best results call
NEWLY FTRNISHED sleeping room
; hath, hot and cold water Phone
3T8-J after 6 p. m.
CALL MRS. IRELAND
For Peonies for Decoration
a. m. to t p. m.
In All Bnucheii
PANCAKES In a
Jiffy t.um Kerr's
MAY WHEAT SUFFERS A
LOSS OF SEVEN CENTS
May wheat declined seven cents to
day on the Chicago market, nnd July
lost three and three-fourths points, i
Copious rains In Kansas and Missouri
were elemtints that aided the bears.
Foreign demund was not very keen.
The following quotations were receiv
ed by Ovcrbeck Cooke Co.
QUALITY THE REAL TEST
'hc r?al basis of merchandising value rests in Its qual
ity. Price enter?, in only so far as the quality of the arti
!) just fics. reality determines whether this price is a
hifh on or a lev one. Quality is the guiding influence as
to fli!.-il valuo Knd true worth to the customer. You
r.i,y depend on the REE HIVE quality nnd the REE HIVE
rrke as ; our protection on all purchases at this store.
Hair Bow Ribbons at 38c yard
West Electric Curlers, 23c and
Ladies' Mercerizezd Hose in
white at 32c pair.
Middy Ties, at 10c.
See Is Believing
We Invite Your Critical Inspection
Fresh Salted Peanuts,
Satin Finish Candies
25c half pound.
This makes a delicious
candy to serve at parties.
Ticnic Baskets, 1-2 price.
You can get a nice large
one for 38c.
Picot edge ribbons in all
colors at 15c yard.
Merchandising Rargalns have to be
justified by something besides extrava
gant claims of the Imagination. We val
ue our firm namo and reputation too
highly to indulge in any publicity that
misht disappoint the purchasing puhllc.
It's true we are not giving merchandise
away, but in most sales wo are satisfied
with a "below-the-average" profit. IN
VEST1F.VTK FOR YOURSELF.
THE BEE HIVE
"MORE FOR LESS"
Perfectionette Hair nets