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DAILY EAST OEEQOKIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
CMJSNOAIl OP EVENTS
June 14, IS, II Stat con-
ventlon of tha a. A. R. '
Juns I7-August I Bummer
July 10 to It Elllaon-Whlta
September Si. IS. Si Annual
Golf Tournament Postponed
Rfforts to hold a tournament be
tween Walla Walla and Pendleton
golfers which was originally net for
next Sunday have been postponed, C.
K. Jefferson announced yesterday aft
ernoon. Tha Northwest Shoot of tha
Pendleton golfers which waa origin
ally aet for next Sunday ha lieen poat.
poned, C. B. Joffcrson announced yea.
lerdny afternoon. The Northwest
Hhool of tha Pendleton Rod and Oun
riuh which la to be held on the aume
dnte will take ao many of the golfers
qway from tha llnka that It would be
- Impossible to aocure a team or zo
players, Jeffernon found, and thla
caused tha affair to lie postponed for
the time being. Iter Walla Walla
will cdme here for a tourney, and It la
expected that Pendleton will play a
return aerlea with the vlaitora at Walla
T Walla ullhai- Hi th Intler l.nft of till
wi mm or at the beginning of next
(iurngo Iiclng unlit
Work haa begun on the new Bunch
rirothera garage at Adams. The atruc
ture, to rise an Main atreet, replaces
the old garage which burned down re
cently. C. A. Bwanson. of thla city, haa
the contract for the new building.
MIhh Nelson F'lotcd
Miss Helen Nelaon, daughter of Mr.
nt Mr. ruvM H. Nela)in of thla city,
waa elected president of the aenlor
clana of the irnlveralty or Oregon ui
h. i-rpn election. Mlaa Nelson de
feated two varsity letter men and her
election waa a victory for the women
of the senior etas She won the Lant.
rn cup when a sfudent at tha Pendle.
ton high achool, and haa won her let-
... 4.. .urimmlnar. Mlsa Xelson la a
member of C.amma Phi Beta aororlty,
Will Attend FlWa Program
Thorugh an understanding reached
yesterday afternoon and approved to
day by wire by the O. A. R. adjutant
the reception for (he O. A. R. Tuesday
evening will be held In conjunction
wlh the Elks Hag Day Program. The
program will be held In the Elks lodge
room and special chairs will be provid
ed for a large attendance and the ele
vator will be operated for the vlaitora.
At the outset of the program the O. A.
It. will ba officially welcomed to the
city and then the IJIks program will
be given, concluding with nn address
on Amnrlcanlxm by Col. Charles W.
PENDLETOS'g LEADING "TORK
lined for HMHlliur.
"Mlaa Neagle" Is the entry that was
made this morning on the docket of 3
the city police court when a fine of IB !3
waa given the young woman for ex-s
ceedlng the speed limit. The fine waa 3
IN THE FORENOON
As Much as Possible.
By so doing it will give us more time to put'
"YOU CAN DEPEND ON "101" .
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both
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HMiOt Icavex Vir Rome
Of Intercat to tha friends of Ulshop
Joseph McOrnth, bishop of the Catho
lic diocese of Kastern Oregon of which
Pendleton la a part, la the ncwa that
he haa nailed for Home.. Hlshop Mc
Orath will remain abroad until fall.
The Trade Mark Alexander's
on a corset stands for QUALITY, SERVICE, STYLE and VALUE. You are always
sure of getting all these fine attributes when you buy a corset with the name "Alexan
ders." White and pink satin corsets $6.00.' All silk broehe, in white, pink, blue $10.
lYed Itonndon In I'n:on.
Kred Kennlon, county agriculture
agent, left lust evening for Union iS
where he will attend the annual Union 13,
Block Show. He will leave tomorrow S
for Corvallia to spend a week during 13
Farmer- Week. 3
Kills Third Hear s
Gua Peret, sportsman who la well !s
known here and who la now In Alaska. 3
haa killed hla third Alaskan brown s
bear, according to word received here 5
today by Rob Saunders. Peret aond a 3
picture of the bear, which weighs at 3
least 1,000 pounds. S
The June Bride
There Is never a time in the girl's life when she is hap
pier than on her wedding day. ,
Now we all want to keep her happy and the only way
is to give her a . .
GIFT THAT LASTS
from the well selected guaranteed stock of Silver Seta,
Knives and forks, Teaspoons, Dessert Spoons and every
piece that goes to make her a complete set from Han
scorn's Jewelry Store. ,
We carry a number of selected up-to-date patterns
and will save you from 20 to 25 per cent.
Don't Delay, Come Now
Hanscom's Jewelry Store
Prank Savage Dies. -,3
Frank Savage, aged 54, died last 3
night at the State Hospital. He was '3
committed five years ago, from Vale, )5
Oregon, and leaves no relatives. Pu- s
noral services were held this morning 3
from the Folsom chapel under the 3
r.usplcea of St. Mary'a Catholic church. :3
Hand Concert I lease '
The first concert of the summer. 3
given last night by the Pendleton band 3
at Pioneer Park, waa well attended.
and the large crowd showed apprecia- !
tlon. of the numbers that were played 1
by the organization. The concerts are
made possible by the action of the
Commercial Association, The next of
fering will be In July.
Mrs. Van DeiiHcn Departs.
Mra. Edith G. Van Dcuaen, hotnc
demonatration agent, left laat night
for Corvallia where she will attend
Home Makers' Week. The week's
program, which Is under the auspices
of the Oregon Agricultural College,
haa many interesting features anil
there will be addresses by apeakers of
Aeeet Shipments Free.
Information haa been received here
by T. F. O'Brien, agent for the O-W.
It. & N., that the company will accept
without charge shipment of any kinds
for the relief of flood-stricken Pueblo.
The only restriction attached to the
offer. Mr. O'Brien states. Is that ship
ments be directed either to the Red
Croaa or to the mayor of .Pueblo.
More and more wom
en are coming to real
ize the relation a pro
perty designed corset
las to their general
lealth and well being,
n a like manner the im
portance of the selection
of model and make is
-You will find our corse-
tiere service both help
ful and valuable in as
sisting you to select the
particular corset best
adapted to the im
provement of your fig
ure. . The knowledge that
your corset has been
carefully selected and
skillfully fitted, and is
actually improving your
figure as you wear it,
constitutes an added
feature in your satisfaction. We announce the ar
rival of our new Modart models which have unusual
appeal. They are priced at figures which are really
low when the high quality and general excellence of
this corset is considered.
s m .si- pv
75ftrJ W 0
It is easy to do so when
have a slim, stylish figure.
equalizes the bust and shoulder
flesh, thus banishing bumps and
bulges, and bringing out the
graceful girlish lines.
It's Self-Ad justing..
It simply slips over the head and fastens at the
waist. There are no hooks, eyes nor buttons. That's
why it's different from the ordinary brassiere,
fit Beautifies as it Encircles"
Visit our Corset Shop and see No. 1500, which is
made of shell-pink Usaro Cloth; sizes 34 to 44, $1.50
The Joy of Being WELL Dressed
is a woman's birthright and she
should not forfeit it ny neglecting
A NEMO WONDERLIFT
returns sagging abdominal organs,
or flesh to their natural positions.
This restores to the figure its nat
ural grace and symmetry. . The
health, also greatly benefitted and .
you will be surprised and delighted
at the added style imparted to her
We will be glad to show you our
Wonderlift Corsets which are such
a boon for modish women.
Our assortment of DeBevoise Bras
sieres is most complete, plain, Bandet
tes, elaborate lace trimmed styles,
models suitable for every costume.
There are many different types of
DeBevoise, too, each scientifically pro
portioned to fit an individual figure
arjd we will take pleasure in helping
you" select your type.
Our costumers are already familiar
with the superior workmanship and
materials of our DeBevoise Brassieres.
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Pupils of the Pendleton schools of
the eighth grades are busy since yes
terday In taking the examinations that
are required for graduation from the
lower grades. The majority of the
county atudenta took the testa two
weeka ago, but due to the fact that the s
city achoojs were still In session. onlyE
a few of Pendleton boys and girls 3
tried. The tests will be completed this 1 3
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Tlx Sparkling Red Ones.
Sixteen pretty rainbows, the pick of .. . . - a
a. limit catch made by Charlie Moore
and Sol 'Baum, were on display this
morning in the window of Baum's
sporting goods store. The catch was
made yesterday on the river near
Bingham springs, and the sport was
good, the men report. With the low
ering of the waterin the streams,
many anglers are having greater suc
cess than prevailed a fortnight go.
should be a chance to help eat tha
letter from Shibata.
A letter of appreciation for the help
given him by the Salvation Army was
received today from Shozo Shibata. re
cently convicted here of flrat degree
murder and sentenced to life Imprison
ment at the slate penitentiary In Sa
lem. The letter, addressed to Captain
Jennie Conrad, says that Shibata re
pents of his deed and that he attri
butes the murder to drink, saying that
he was drunk when he committed the
Improvemtnta Aro Made,
Improvements are being made
The Dalta by E. R. Bashor, the new
proprietor. The balcony Is being re
modeled and will In future be used to
accommodate gatherings for luncheon
or dinner. The next Rotnry Club
luncheon la to be held at The Delta on 3
Wednesday aa the Elks' Club, the reg-13
ular meeting place of Rotarlnns, will IS
be In use during the G. A, R. conven
FINALS A15K ItKACIIED
GLEN EAGLES, Scotland, June 10.
(U. P.) Abe Mitchell and J. H.
Kirkwood reached the finals In the
thousand guineas international profes
sional golf matcJj.
WHEELER SAYS BIG
OPERATE IN CITIES
greatest menace to prohibition en.
forcement. The main purpose Is to
treak down the Volstead law," ho
said. Wheeler did not mention the
names of the cities, ar alleged heads
of the trusts. fljKP
WASHINGTON, June in. (U. P.)
Big bootlegging trusts with large fi
nancial hacking exist in several cities.
Wayne Wheeler, counsel of the antt
saloon league charged in his testi
mony to the house rules committee.
"These trusts, with several hlg finan.
clal men Interested, constitute ine
Fifty 'Against Two. It Is not reason
able to exnei't two weeka of outing to
overcome the effects of fifty weeks of
confinement. Tiike Hood's Sarsaparil
la. along with you. It refreshes the
blood, improves the "appetite, makes
sleep easy and restful.
Keltic Moils por Piichlo
The first steps toward collecting
money In this city to aid the people of
stricken Piiehlo, Colorado, will be
made tomorrow when the Salvation
Army will place a keltle on Main
street with the request that Pendleton
people "keep the put boiling" for the
benefit of the food sufferers. The
Salvation Army, was the first agency
to do relief work in Pueblo, says Cap
tln Jennie Conrad, of the local post.
The collections made tomorrow and
at the Salvation Army hall on Sunday
will be sent to Colorado to aid In the
Caught Tlit' Limit
Dick Hive. Ad H'ley, Dick Hanley
and Marney - Stysnn returned this
morning from East Lake where they
have been since Monday on- a fishing
trip and vacation. They brought back
the limit Imposed by law, and Inci
dentally they secured good heolthy
coats of tan. The nights aro still cold
In the high atltude, they report. There
a a possibility that the Pendleton
Ruckarooa will he honored with a fish
feed aa a result of the cateh. Hanley,
lfeuy and Styscjn are members of the
team, and Marshall Spell thinka there
Log Cabin Syrup, large can $1.35, med. can 70c
Aunt Jemima Buckwheat Flour, package 15c
4 pound bag 50c
Guittard's Pure Cocoa, 1-2 lb. can 30c
.Tree Tea, English Breakfast or Ceylon and
Java,' pound 50c
Blue Ribbon Milk, 12 cans $1.10
Rex or Eagle Lye, 2 cans 25c
Of Mrs. Randall's Salad Dressing.
For Expectant Mothers
Gseo By Three Geiemt:ohs
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DR. C. H. DAY
Phygtcuui and Snrgeoa
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Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Dtaeasea anf
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Electrl)
Tsmpla Bid. Room 11
Phone 41 (
Phone I1S-W p. O. Box S8
I a m. to I p, b.
la AH Branch ea.
A Vfc Ml
Best Quality Rubber Gloves, pair 29c
3 pt. Aluminum Percolators, very special. . . $1.89
San Silk in a wide range of colore at, the ball. . . 4c
Paper Napkins, per thousand $1.45
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