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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATUEDAV EVENING, JUNE 4, 1921
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News Notes of Pendleton
, CALKVDAR OH EVENTS
Annual Pioneer Picnic. '
Junt 14, It, 1 Stalt eon
vantlon of th O. A. R.
June H.Auguit I Bummtr
July 10 to ie Kllluon-Whlte
September J 2. S, 24 Annual
Pendleton Round -Up. '
Want Carnival JUI1.
All firms" or Individual who have
bill for work or material furnished
for the MerchantiT and Manufaetiir.
er' Carnival should preent thee bill
at the office of the Commercial Ao.
olntlnn nnleklv a DOHSlble. A re
quest to thin effect wan made this
morning. The committee In charge of
the carnival desire to make a state
ment of the expense bo that the coat
Name Ta SngBCWd.
From Vale, Oregon, cornea the ng
' VestJon that Cabbage Hill be called
Mt. Kvergreen or Pine Creat. Mr. W.
L. Hutlon, formerly of thla city. end
of the big event may be apportioned
to the exhibitor.
Ho W f iirriH-t,
The other day Walter Tred Thomp,
Hon who ealt he came here from Sa
lem, waa arrested by the police after
. j hakriii mnnl nl. a re-
ne nau tB .. i - - ,
taurant and then refUHed to pay
kin ...M the officer tnai mry
could not arrest him because he wa
H uild he had been In the
i.,.,linl tnr treatment at BBiem miu
that he waa on hla way to Washington,
r. f . hod "Imnortant bul-
,,.. tn transact. An inven
tion waa made to verify hla statement.
K..1 h. hnimtml authorltie at naiem
...... ,,,,i.i. n Hive any Information
- rhia mnmlna he was or
,.ii uiw iiinii. -
in the state hospital
that he waa mentally ineomiieieiH,
I...M.UM CHritlm Cut-
Ilin,a,' - - .
Of Interest to many local people i
. ..nnri that ha been discussed from
.iinn-inir that a cut ha been
ali. in the surnlu fund of the Pa
clflc State Fire lnurance company oy
....miner who recently concluded
their semi-annual examination of the
book of the company. The assets are
shown to be $81J,77 with liabilities
at 1892.980 and a paid-up capital
stock of 300,000. The surplus am
ounted to $211,606. The examiners
reduced the values on real estate,
bond and other asset to n cash husis
r.t u..,,rnvi.i,iiv 194 oin Miinv
Ifrnatllla county people have stock In
the company, The report mat wa i
mwi.A in,ii,'nt, Hint liMsn have been
normnl during the past five yeor but
that the expense rule nuve iwn
Tli..v'n A fit-, f.luti ' '
Frank Kincald, proprietor or tne
Beehive, accompanied by nis uromer
in. law ltnv ItnurnHn of Davton. Wnsh
Ingtnn, will leave Sunday morning lor
the John Day country where they ex
i. mnnnA a week' vacation. They
will fish at Erst Lake, and Frank is
promising to bring back eimiign nxn
to stock his friends' larders.
A -101-101 ioi-ioiioi-ioi-ioi 1Q1-1Q1-:
MOST PEOPLE DESIRE A
THAT REMAINS A DEEP, RICH RED.
We are depending on these berries, The
Hood River Variety, from the Whit Salmon
District again this year.
It will be several days before these berries
are on the market in large quantities.
"WASTE LESS BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both
vl.lnnpil U'n.,1 Today
a .itpinaii nf wi.it renrcsnwiiic in
mm .,11.. . .hlnnnl tOliBV from
nki rinrv hv K. O. Warner. The
shipment was made to Boston by way
of Portland from where the water
,. ..in h. The Warner wool
i. MMinii1 an one of the choice
ll. ITmntilln millltV flnd I OP of
the lots that waa not offered at the
ouctlon which wag held at l'liot noc
Wednesday. Some samples were n
1 lu, t,n in P.mi IMP '
Harold Hatton, of thl city, will be
. .hi.r nf the Multnomah Club
swimming team which will meet the
t-niu.raiiv nf Oreaon In the dual met
to be held In the Winged M. tank next
a.tnnv June 11. Hatton was cho
sen by Jack Cody, swlmlng Instructor.
Another member of the team Is Colly
Wheeler, who spent a sumyniT in ren
dleton and who la well known nere.
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
Wrlsl Watches, regular $30.00, now .....J $18.85
Wrist Watches, regular 126.00, now $15.85
Wrist Watch, regular 120.00, now $14.55
Wrist Watches, regular 140.00, now $27 .85
Wrist Watches, regular 8S.00, now $48 50
Boys' Watchas, regular 1100.00. now $78.85
Boya Watches, regular $75.00. now $58.85
Boya' Watchos, regular $45.00, now , $36.25
Boy" Watches, regular $35.00, now $27.85
T NON-IESTRrCTABU3 PEARLS
Pearl Neck. 13 Inches, regular $10.00, now ...j.... $8.85
pearl Necks. 10 Inches, regular 12.00. now 88.T5
Pearl Necks, 24 Inches, regular $14.00, now ,.$10.85
Everything Is for your disposal for the same reduced prices. Can
you afford to overlook thla offerT Coma tn and look at It la all we ask.
Hanscom'S Jewelry Store
PEKMJETON'S IFAMNO TORE
Here are values that remind you or shopping days several years ago. Here you'll
get quality goods priced at about what you want to pay.
lmihi s,n 'Piwntaflnn.
The nreaentatlon of the Lantern Cup
to Jen TerJeon last evening is the
fourth presentation or a cup unaer
Lantern- auspices In the history of the
high school. The first winner was
Misa Helen Nelson, the second, Ned
Strahorn and the third. Miss Helen
Idleman. All are now students at Uni
versity of Oregon.
IHllM-raJ is Held.
The funeral of the late Frank Rog
er was held today from the Metho
dist church with Rev. John Becor,
pastor, officiating. Mr. Rogers was
a prominent Umatilla county citizen
and the fforul tributes were many and
Mrs. Froome Die
Mrs. Ollie Froofne, mother of Mrs.
Robert Niigler, formerly of this city,
died on Thursday at Seattle. The
funeral was held yesterday. She was
a sister of Mrs. Z. K. Finch of this
city and an aunt of Page Finch.
George Davidson Diea
Ueorge W. Davidson, of Weston,
died today at the, age of $4, according
to word just received here. Funeral
services will be held In Weston to
morrow at I p. m. and Interment will
be at the Helix cemetery.
June 12 Ih Bate
Member of the Rod and Gun CIUD
ore anticipating a shoot on Sunday,
June 12. A number of prises will be
given and the event promises to th
most Interesting. A new trap has beci.
Installed at the grounds. The porcnes
at the .rear of th new club house af
ford an excellent view of the traps.
Mm Partner In linn
The Rrown Undertaking Parlors
will In future be known as Brown &
Brady. John F. Brady, of Missoula,
Montana, an undertaker of 24 years
experience, arrived here today and is
now In partnership with J. T. Brown,
who has been In business here for the
past nine years. Mr. Brown and. Mr.
Brady contemplate Improvements in
the undertaking establishment on
T22. cal. for
Three 'Grandmas' of County
Being Honored; Grandmas
Hartman, Mays and Nelson.
(East Oregonlan Special.)
WESTON, June 4. A record break
ing crowd is attending the big- annual
Pioneer Picnic here today. There ore
A new size package !
Ten for 10c.
Dealers carry both;
' The Undergarment that flattens the back
while it beautifies and slenderizes
encircles the figure
Xo piiiiliil ilrwrlrtlni rail muke voti
feel that iiiHlMant "fit up hiralKlit K"
Hint the mere trying mi of a ( In li-t will.
The very way it Is maile given the figure
fin- while It n-Mi. nil the iiiiim-Ii-h of tlx-iHick.
The Circlet is a Gever New Undergarment With a
Think 'f n uiidergartneiit without a h(Mik nor eye lo give way. Xo
TMHwIhilily f clipping rfioiilder-Htrapx. c lilklng "P "vi-r the iir t.
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 43 $4.50.
rA$ ' ' Ye)
Finest Quality Imported
Organdie 510 & W0MAN,S modern .undercarment
8 in whIp. verv sheer, ner-' O wu- mi -
Full 48 in. wide, very sheer, per-;
manent silk finish and launders
well. As you know organdie dress-1'
es are so very popular this seasonj
This organdie offered in shades of
primrose, orchid, rose and copen.
Buy your dress now and make up
for the warm days to come.
19c, 25c, 35c, 79c
Offered in a wide range of color
ings, of plaids, stripes, checks and
plain colors. Buy your dress Ging
hams at this store, where you get
quality ginghams at low prices.
Fairy Sun Silk
The new silk for sport clothes, offered in a good
range of shades, such as turquoise, rose, Belgian,
onH wViiro Tr. is 40 in. wide of erood firm tex-
ture, does not stretch and easy to work with, washes
like linen and wears JiKe iron, maxe up a sun, coat
or skirt of this fine silk.
Yooj can obtain Futurist, exqui
sitely made and 6oft-fitting for
under'the'corset wear, in a wide
range of materials. These dainty
garments combine comfort and
vogue. See Futurist on display in
our Knit Underwear Department
$1.85 to $3.50
Colored Hdkf, Lnen $2.00 Yard
Jiist 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 S1.75 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 tnree waisi lenguis oi una iuic s
rronp rip fhinp. S
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hundred of visitor who are taking
advantage of the perfect gather. A
light Bhowcr fell last night, true to the
tradition "It alwara rain at the Pio
neer Picnic." Not once in the past
29 year ha there failed lo be, aome
rain on this occasion. ,
.Three "grandmas" of Umatilla coun
ty are receiving honors today. They
are Grandma Hartman. of Pendleton,
Grandma Maya of Athena and Grand
ma Nelson, of Weston. The .three
were escorted to the platform and a
poem, written hy.Miss Butler, In praise
of Mrs. Mays, waB read.
Following la today's program:
Music. . .Payant' Orchestra of Weston
Invocation ...... Rev. A. J. Starmer
Chorus Etude Club of Athena
Music... The Fletchers, of Pendleton
(at Sextette from "Lucia."
(b) Selection from "II Trava
tore." Selection (Octette)
Members of the Etude Club, Athena
Rev. Alfred Lockwood of Tendleton
. l:SOP. M.
(fctttire Program by Whitman Con
Bervatory of Music.)
The Hunt Hulm
Ping a Song of Sixpence ..... .Barnctt
The Little Grey Dove .....Soar
The China Shop .Chadwlck
Humorous Reading . . . .Florence Day
Solo, "A Birthday Woodman
Emily Shot well
Little Orphan Annie Thomas
Slumber Song , Brahms
Piano Solo. Valse d' Concert, op. 3
Wleiilawskl Margaret Sayre
Dance "Goodbye Summer"
Violin Solo, Hungarian Dance Hae
seho Jessie ' Maxfield
Von Hindenburg With Germany's Industrial King
j...,, 'Tt.mt -' iii i m "1ubt t..a- Hfci liinmnrHHim-n-iiiiilinri
... . . . . , r - '...l.l n..irah..l nf Ihi.
..... ,, ived fioni Gennanv. nhows von uinaennurg -triiiwfc mrim -
This picture. Just recelyed r.oni i.e n ai lm,s,rv. uao Stinnw. and Mrs Silnm-B The famr
German army, in conforence w
array conunanOer atill has hope f' the oid regiiue-anJ
won't diavurd lei Kiiit"'i'ia vnifori
Peer Gynt Sintc Grieg
Whitman HTiin.. Clmrus !
(Election of TOf fleers. Pioneer; As
sruciation.j 3:00 p. m., buseball, Athena vs. Wes.
3:00 p. m., and 7:30 p. m. Moving
Pictures at Memorial Hall.
4:30 p. m. Street Sports and Races.
8:30 P. m. Dancing at Legion Hall,
aUHptces Weston B. B. Team.
Reunion accompanist, Mrs. Lylo
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
ri:iniLi.KH plant p.prs
TACO.MA, June 4. (U. )P.) A
spectacular fire of unknow origin de
stroyed the fertilizer plant of the Ma
rine Products company. The esti
mated loss is IlOO.U'.Hi, partly covered
Tj Show Up U. S. Daredevils.
L .ga,, ,1.1 .! Wll.l- ,,,. NB.lifol MM''''! ttl''tWl' '
A Prenchnran ha come to America to show up American daredevil.
He I 'Mai-," privately known aa Morton St. Clair, one of whose siunu W
snown but coauguig hi clothe on tha uppa viC of fto" ,
Best Quality Rubber Gloves, pair ..........
3 pt. Aluminum Percolators, very special. . .
San Silk in a wide range of colors at, the ball
Paper, Napkins, per thousand
Bathing; Caps, large variety of shapes and
designs at 49c
Clarks Silk Gloves in white and black at 54c
Picnic and Market Baskets at just one-half price.
We have just received 144 collars and vestee sets,
formerly priced at 50c to $2.00 each, our special
' price is, each 50c
It is always worth your while to make a
special effort to come here first, for your
saving is always worth note.
The BEE HIVE