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DAILY EAST OEEQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, . SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1921.
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News-Notes of Pendleton
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
4 June 14, 15, X Stat con-
ntlon of the O. A. R. .
Jun IT-Auguit I 8ummr
July 10 to II Elllon-Whlta
September 22, iS, 14 Annual
Now Second nojipnian,
Mr, and Mm.' FA Olson ore the par
ent of t hUMky nine-pound son born
Thursday. Pan Olnon hold dowp
Ilia keystone bag for tha llruve Buck,
orooii, and ha will now have a cuhstl
tute to train for tha position. Follow.
Wrn of tho sport are wondering now If
Hill Cary will ever be able to vatrh up
with Kit In batting work.
Indian Win flame.
The Indiana of Tutullla MIlon lat
night defeated he ChriMtlaii church
player of Pendleton In a Twilight
League boseha II game at the Indian
gmcy. The score waa seven to three
The Indiana have met with only one'iie were loaded out from
other giimo to be played oon. Meth
odist, Presbyterian and Baptist
have been defentod by the Indlnn.
They IJlkn IYndlolon.
Mr. F. A. Howard and aon Freder
ick arrived Friday evening from their
home In Bend to vlidt Mr. Howard
who has been nera aeveral week
working nt Koeppen Bro. drug tore.
They like Pendleton Jut well enough
that It 1 to be home for them within
a few week. Mr. Howard and Fred
erick wiy remain here for a visit and
tMon go on to Spokane where they will
spend the summer. They will return
thlh fall to live.
defeat thin year, having Inat a gam to
Helix. They have arranged for an-
No. 2t An Hour late.
Kxcemlva volume of hnggaga wn
responsible thl morning for No, 24
being a little mora than an hour lntn.
The train waa held at Umatilla for 42
minute. Another reason for the tar-
dlnee of the train was the heavy
Hhlpments of strawberries that are be
I ii it .made at Hood River and In the
fruit bolt. Tha expre handlers had
ome fun all their own, too, when No.
( arrived. Five crate containing cat-
One of the rnlve had to be taken from
the crate and heaved Into the car and
will be v
THE BIG WEEK
TELL US THE DAY AND
EELL US THE DAY AND
HOW MANY YOU WANT.
Waste Less Buy the Best
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 East Court Street
Phone 101, Private Exchange Connects Both
avcpui intents, i
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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 Set-?,
Knives and forks, Teaspoons, Dessert Spoons and every
piece that goes to make her a complete set from Han
scom'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
HansGom's Jewelry Store
then It wn re-crated. Tho car wn o
full that the expressman on the car
had mem about the size of a postage
Htamp to turn round.
Cnmmlttrci Will Meet.
L, c. Bcharof. chairman of the com
mlltee handling the ilvlc end of the
summer normal school arrangement
for thl Hummer, ha called a meeting
of the committee for 7:30 this evening.
PENDLETON '8 LKADINQ TORE
Have TonMla Removed
Three young I'endletonlana are con
valescing after having their tonil re-
movedt They are Lola and George
Scharpf, the children of Mr. and Mr.
L. C. Scharpf, and Mary Bond, the
daughter of Mr. nnd Mr. Charle
Colored Woman Fined
A f-onfldentlul conversation with
night member of the police force lout
night proved disastrous to Kate Wll
eon. colored, who till morning wan
given a aentence of 20 day In Jail by
Judge Thoma Fit (Jerald. The
charge wn vagrancy. S. H. Bowman
wa fined IS on a charge of violating
traffic regulation. He paid.
(lot Dolly VaruVns
Eight Dolly Varden of a size that
make angler' eve ahlne with excite
ment were on display thl morning Ii
the window of 9ul Bnum' store. Th
flh ran go In langth from 12 to 1
Inches and they were caught jester
day by Lor In Hoover near Bihgnam
Spring. Louie Scharpf caught three
the day of the Botarlan picnic for the
boy white he was at the Spring. He
had tackle not suited for the game
fighter, however, or he might have
equalled Hoover' catch.
The Key la I-ost
A search for the key to the lock of
tha tailgate on the levee. Initiated a
the result of a query about It Wednes
day night by Councilman Robert Simp
son, ha revealed that the Key has
been put away for safe keeping by
some former city employe and lost. C.
A. Crabtree. city street commissioner,
ha searched In every likely place he
could Imagine where the key might
be expected, but the search haa been
fruitless. A a result, the city ha the
alternative of cutting the present lock
and buying a new one, or a new key
may he made for the lock now In use.
The gate ha not been changed for a
long time, and the lock la very rusty.
ltd urn ITom Nock Show
Hoy Haley, Doctor W. D. MCNary,
Bert Whitman, L C. Scharpf, Fred
Bennlon and Wlllard Bond, Pendleton
men who attended the Union livestock
how at I'nlon yesterday, say that a
flno lot of purebred livestock wa ex
hibited. The beef animal were notice
ably good and the horses also are
mentioned as being excellent. H. J.
Killings, of Hermtston, who exhibited
Poland China hogs, won the first prize
for the boar and second for the sow, In
thn das under six months. In the
racing, what la claimed aa a new rec
ord of 61 2-5 for the half mile chariot
race was established. Over 6,000 peo
ple attended the show.
2ayZZ. cal. for
Turkey Red Leads
I matllla county will have a record
yield of Turkey Bed wheat thla year
from all present indications, aay FTed
Bennlon, county agent. Farmer who
have planted this variety in the Echo
Nolln region are pleased with the re
sults. Demonstrations by the Farm
Bureau showed the superiority of this
variety In Umatilla county where the
soil Is somewhat lighter and the rain
fall less than In the localities north
and east of Pendleton. George Peter
son and C. A. Moll. Umatilla county
farmer who have the largest acreage,
state that their Turkey Red la about
10 days further along than the White
Hybrid and that the neighbors are be
ginning to look over the fence and as
sert that they will plant Turkey .thia
incut of fine im
ported Swiss or
gandie in colors of
pink, rose, coral,
tomato, copen, elf,
grey and vhile.
They are perma
nent finish and
Erin Dimity 75c ,
A splendid wash fabric for summer dresses and
blouses. Comes in neat patterns of different colors
on light ground. Erin Dimity makes up into dainty
dresses for the little folks as well as the grown ups.
40 inches wide, at 75c the yard.
The New Silk "Crepe Satin"
Is 40 inches wide and comes in all the leading
shades for dresses and suits. It has a permanent
satin finish with soft crepe back. It is easy to work
with and drapes gracefully. Yard . . . $4.50
Sport Silks $3.()0 to $450 Yd.
Use these silks for sport skirts, suits, blouses and
coats, white and colors, such as trico, fairy spun,
dew kist and the like.
Bath Towels 40c, 50e
Two splendid qualities of bath towels, full size and
good weight. Let us fill your needs for bath towels
40c and 50c.
Fancy Ribbons, Narrow Widths 20e to 50c
Another big lot fancy Picot and two toned ribbons
used so much now for trimming in a big range of
colors. ' '
Belts 25c to $1.50
Belts of all kinds, and for every occasion, wide
belts, narrow belts, white belts and colored belts in
all lengths. Use them on your sport suits, coats or
sweaters, also on the little ones dresses.
Parasols 75c to $12.50
The siui shines
hot you know, why
not keep off the
heat with one of
our parasols or sun
shade offered in
plain and fancy.
We also have a good
assortment for the
little ones. Pick
one from our assortment.
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Is He a New Willard?
bf :tm.m Za. :
In two month' time I'll be ready to tep into the ring with Demp.
aey or Carpentler." That' the claim of "Bud" Wetherholu of McCutchen
villa. O.. soldier-farmer boxer He is it. weigh 197 poena and Is six feet
two Inches tall. He look like Jess Wlllard. I he one?
FIRES AT HOUSEKEEPER
THEN SHOOTS HIMSELF
SEATTLE, June 11. (IT. P.) Aft
er firing two shots at his housekeeper,
John Boatman fired a third shot
through his own head, killing; himself.
Boatman had just eaten breakfast, and
after a sllKht quarrel over his two
children, fired at her. She escaped.
Boatman has been despondent for two
months following; the death of his
wife. He has five children. Three or
them are in Alaska. He has been suf
fering from delusions for several
Perfect SkttleUri andArm
IV-inonsiratlon to he Held
Thinning demonstrations, under the
auspices of the Umatilla county Farm
liureau will be held in Milton-Free
water June tl, 22 and 2S. C. U Lone,
Horticulturist from O. A. C, Fred Ben
nlon, county agent and the Farm Bur
eau committee will be In charge. The
first day will be spent In looking over
the situation in the district and in
thinning out a few trees for demon
stration purposes. The second day
will be spent In practice thinning. On
the third day a tour of the various or
chards will be made calling on such
growers as may request special con
sultation. On the evening of June 23.
meeting will be held in the library
to discuss timely matters. Some of
the matter to be discussed at the
demonstration are the effect of thin
ning on the color and size of fruit; af
fect on price; affect on vigor and upon
alternate bearing habits.
Weather Is Cooler.
The weather is cooler today the
maximum being "2, while the miul
mum was ' 52. The barometer regis-
10 for 10c,
20 for 20c.
ter 2J.6S, says Major I.ee Moorhouse
who predicts fair weather and no rain
for tomorrow. The ralnfull lost night
was .05 inches.
Convocation Juno 29-30.
Convocation of the Eastern Oregon
diocese of the Episcopal church will
be held June 29 and 30 at I -a Gcande
and Rev. Alfred Lockwood, pastor of
the Church of the Redeemer and
other local people of the parish will
attend. St. l'eter's Day falls on June
29 and the Iji Gramle church Is
known as St. l'eter's; hence the choice
of these dates.
an unfavorable report on the resolu
tion of Senator Harrison of Mississippi,
abolishing secret sessions of the sen
ate. Under Harrison's resolution, all
presidential appointments and trea
ties would be considered in open ses
sion.. The senate is expected to reject
NotMnf equal the
BcautHul Kit, pearly
Crean reader! to the
shoulders and araM.
Coven akin Menrlshes.
WIU not rub oil. Far
I a. m. to i p. m.
In An Branches,
OK1H-HS rXKAVOIt IH.O IU.POIST
WASHINGTON, June 11. (U. P.)
The senate rules committee ordered
A Pre parwtlcm. of
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEBS
AT -YOUR DPUCCIST
Ak PTJIAMEQjjr.oM bermtlei.
DR. C H. DAY
FbysK-uui ana Burgeoa
Room 21 and 25 8mlth-Crawfort
Telaphona TA4 Rmm. T49-R
Helen Victor is Holland' choice
1 Pint 33c j
1 quart GOc
Vanilla, Strawberry, Chocolate.
.Maple Nut. OrmiKC Sherbet.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Disease an
DUMaaaa of Women. X-Ray Elactm
Tmpla Bldr Room 12
Pbona 41 t
Phono t1.Xt p m. Rnc SV
WHETHEIl your eye In
youth were abnormal,
use and age are bound to cause
sight deterioration. Tou will
then find that you need glasses
that will give Clear, Comfortable
Thorough training, modern
equipment and 15 years' experi
ence at your service here at a
Merchants'- Lunch 40c
Quick Service I
Best Quality Rubber Gloves, pair 29c
3 pt. Aluminum Percolators, very special.'. . $1.89
San Silk in a wide range of colors at, the ball. . . 4c
Paper Napkins, per thousand $1.43
Bathing Caps, large variety of shapes and "
designs at 49c
Clark 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.
luimtuy pncea ai ouc to $i.uu each, our special
in tut; is, euun
It is always worth your while to make a
special effort to come here first, for your
saving is always worth nole.
The BEE HIVE
as that couutry's ouwt ueautilul