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Coming in Dutch Movies!1' '
People Here and There
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Jmni'H is, KturulH, who Im Interentod
In wheat In Pendleton, In at the Ben
on, having coins to participate In the
feittlvul fcHtlvltlcN. OreHonlun.
Frank Clark, rnprcHcntutlvs of a
lloHton wool firm, returned ti l'endlo
ton thlM morning fromHhaiilkd and
other adjacent towns where ho hud
boon looking nt wool,
Clarence IX Smith, field aerrctary of
Iho Klnibii'll Hchool ot Theology", at
riiilcin, arrived hers ymtcrday. He l
ut Adams today and ndll vMt locali
ties in Umatilla county m the Intercut
cif the Institution ha represents before
.lotw LinebuUKh Is In from the
tfiuythe-Tnlloch runch for a few day!
Veiling IiIh iiarentH, Mr. and Mrs, J. U
LlnebaiiKh In liyem' drove,
look for the grain harvest of soviet
H 'hii mmear better than might be
expected from Iho adverse weather, ac
ci.yiiK to tne Bovlet commissioner of
agriculture. M. OHklnnky, who now In
In Itiiia. Medium to above medium
condition in winter crop prevail In
ItUHHla, except In the Black Soil bell
in some of the Volga government
which have Buffered severely from the
Mr. and Mm. Clyde E. riillllpii will
leave tomorrow for Ci 1 1) boil where they
will upend two week ut thojr cabin.
They expect to whjlo away the time
in angling for elusive trout and in
forgetting civilization. Mr. Phillips Is
k member of iho Bluff of the Inland
m ssi.w wirK.vr titor is ;ooi.
KIOA. June 11. (A. P.) The oul-
OFFICES AND OFFICERS
ApixiliiUiI Administrator, .
James II. Hchium has been ap
pointed administrator of the estate of
hi son, Maurice A. Kchiam, who died
a abort tlmo ago ut I'rosldlo, Calif.
MnrHue IJt-ensra (.rantxil.
Licenses to wed have been granted
to ItoscoeO. Smith, ..teamrter, of
I Curry eounly, and Josle M. Oxlev,
waltreHM, of rcnnloton; and to Cllfrord
it. Carey, a mechanic, und Atiette C,
Ilrown, both of 1'endleton.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
GIRL WIU, CAIlKfor children by the
hour. I'lione 21S-W.
In an order Issued by Judge I. M.
Bchannep, Blanche Adania la named
administratrix of the estate of her
bister, Ola Kelly.
LOST A Bciunre Kwlsa wrist watch,
Buhl hand. Ja-uvi- m (his office.
mM'MlUA RISI'J) fil.KillTLY
PORTLAND. June 11. (A. P.)
Mc want your chickens. If you have
any nice spring fries do not sell them
until you have gotten our price. We
pay the top price always.
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Phone 187 and 188
739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Union Hall Payant's Orchestra
Some Dance All Welcome
UNDER AUSPICES AMERICAN LEGION
THE AUNE-WIIEELER STUDIO
Has made special arrangements to welcome graduates for
THEIR PICTURE OF PICTURES -
Polled plants and flowers on hand for use In this studio and for ,
accommodation of graduates.
THE SOUVENIR OF SCHOOL DAYS
Special Invitation extended for group pictures.
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Phone ut at 533 121 K. Alia Peudlcton
Pay Cash Receive More . Pay Less
Dcspain&Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court Phone 880
Save for the Furore
The cents of today will make the dollars of tomor
row. .Particularly is this true right now. The dol
lar doesn't buy the amount it used to, it has depreci
ated in value considerably. So now. of all times it
behooves you to trade where your dollar has the
most power. You will like our cash prices more and
more wjth each purchase. ,
Pay Cash Receive More - Pay Less
Despain&Lce Cash Grocery"
209 E. Court , Phone 880
PLANS COMPLETE FOR
HOLDING OF MONSTER
SHOOT HERE TOMORROW
"no thounand dollar In caMh
und suitable prized will be offer-
ed tomorrow at the 150-tarifet
reentered gun shoot ut Collins
1'ark under the BUHples of the
I'endleton ilod and Oun Club.
A isreut deal of Interest Is he-
lmr manifested in the shoot.
which will be the niBifest one-
day event of Its kind ever held In
the Northwest. Several profes-
sionul shooters of national re-
pute have already arrived and
will he prepared to go after the
hliih stakes tomorrow. ;
Three Haps will he In opera-
lion ami the grounds and club-
house are In tip-top condition for
the affair. Meals will -be served
at the clubhouse at soon, and
refreshments and cigars will be
on wile. "
The accommodation commit-
tee of which George C. Uaer is
chairman has niado arrange-
menls to convey shooters and
guests from the Hotel Pendleton
to the park early In the morning.
The shoot will got under wav at
a ..'dork and It Is exoected that
It will not I concluded until
a '2a op A o'clock. S
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im.Hmn movie fans will soon see these Dutch children oa tlit
screen. They're acting in a Dutch film depicting the history ot the Neth
erlands. 7"he 81m is being produced at Voieoden, Holland.
Practically a stationary stage In the
Willamette river after a sllKht rise
Kunday Is forccart. The Ci lumb.ia Ik
Bllghlly hlsher today. Th! snake is
TO 0. S.
WASHINGTON. June 11. (f. V.)
Immigrants who have been held In
the ports at New York and iloston for
several days under the Immigration
restriction law have been ordered ad
mit ed under bond, f'ommlssloner of
Immigration Husband announced. Six
thousand Immigrants were affected.
II TTI.K IS
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him with the crime. An ex-convict
told the police Gardner was the man
who robbed the mailB, and told where
Gardner roomed. The bandit was cap
tured, after an exciting pistol battle.
Iteporta from Napa, Cal.. Indicate that
Mrs. Gardner did. not leave California.,
Hho mid: "He Is my husband and I
am true to him. It had been betteri
for him to go to McNeil's Island, hut
since' he has not I am for him and 1
hope he makes the best of It." Com
menting on his escape at Oistle Hock,
idle said. "The world should not think
that Gardner is entirely bad. I lived
four years with him. He was straight
and honest for four years, I know."
Airplanes Aid Searchers
SAX FHANCISCO, June 11. (A.
P.) The air service at Washington,
D, C. has authorized the use of air
planes from Camp I-wis to aid In the
search for Gardner, the train bandit.
Strange Men Neon
CASTLE HOCK, June 11. (A. P.)
Five posses, out hunting Gardner
and Pyron, were working in the hilly
country east of here. Before noon the
officers received a report that two
strange men were seen at Ostrandcr.
Wash., six miles south of Castle Rock.
(Mrilncr Still at Large.
PORTI.AXD, June 11. (li. P.)
Roy Gardner is still at large. Addi
tional posses were sent out and are
scouring the hills east of Castle Uock.
Wash., where Frank Pyron. who ac
companied Gardner under guard, is at
large with the bandit Later accounts
declare that Gardner himself pulled
the rescue. He had a gun concealed
on his person, lured the guard, to the
washroom, covered him, took the
guard's revolver, shackled -the two
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Tnta inmn nf Miss Klhal Glober
man of Brooklyn, N. Y., brought het
a prize. It was one of many given
by John J. Downing, supervisor of
recreation, at Brooklyn's children's
guards, freed Fyron and escaped.
It is the most daring escape Gard
ner ever attempted, this being his
third, the first in Portland, the sec
ond near Sacramento and the third at
Castle Rock. He Is a powerful man
and is claimed to tie able to bend an
iron bar, or bend a nail with his teeth.
The police look for a battle. The fear
that his escape was through his wife
was dispelled when his wife was dis
covered still In California.
Story Is Verified.
CASTLE ROCK, June 11. (A. P.)
Deputy Sheriff G. H. Hogxatt veri
fied the story that the holdup occur
red on the train at Kelso, and that the
convicts Jumped from the lavatory
window at Castle Rock. Gardner held
the gun while Pyron put the Oregon
boots and handcuffs on the deputy
marshals. Foot prints leading south
were found, Gardner escaped at Port.
land a year ago while en route to Mc
Neil's and was caught recently In Cal
ifornia after robbing a mail car. Pyron
was convicted of counterfeiting and
had been at large In northern Califor
nia three years since escaping from a
train window at Kennett.
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will conform with sessions of O. A. R.
unless otherwise anounced.
Throufc-b courtesy of Matlock and
Greulich, the Alta, Arcade and Pas
time motion picture playhouses will
be open to all veterans and their la
dies free of charge during the Encampment.
200 automobiles belonging to the
citizens of Pendleton are at the ser
vice of the G. A. I. veterans and dele
gates In attendance at the Encamp
ment. All of them carry a card ln
wind shield reading G. A. R. Hail
them for a ride uny time and at any
Reception at Elks Temple, third
floor, use elevator; Campfire at
Christian church: banquet In base
ment of Christian church.
If you want to know anything or
want anything or to find anything.
call 114, Commercial Association.
Pendleton surrenders uncondition
ally to the G. A. R. and their ladles.
The city is yours. Do with it what
A NEW PATTERN IN CHINA
We take a great deal ot genuine pleas
ure in showing thin newest pattern in Nip
pon China. The body is in pure white and
of endurable strength. The decoration la
a dainty hand painted border design of
Nile green with the lily as the Main motif.
The handles are of matt gold. Nothing
more charming has been released by the
potters for some time.
In complete sets or open stock.
The Largest Diamond Dealers la Eastern On (on.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Wees
East Oregonian Printing Department
Four Sisters Honor Graduates
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n-aM four sisters wUl be gradustcd this month with high honors, la
th same high school class. They ara daughters of Mr ana Mrs. Albert
Undrsws of Howard. Kas.
Rudd is reducing the price of cleaning to the pra war level, to a
price where every one can afford to have their clothes cleaned.
Commencing Monday, June 1J. Itil. the following price, will prevail:
Men's Suits French cleaned ..
Mon'a Snita Rmih(d. Sroneed and Pressed....
(This is the same job some cleaners charge two
dollars for and call it cleaning.)
Ladies Suits, French Cleaned - f J-JjJ
Ladies' Suits Brushed, Sponged and Pressed S- J-
Ladies Plain Dresses French Cleaned ff'nn
Hats Cleaned and Blocked -. : ....Jl.OO
KEJIOfBEH We have our own plant, do our own cleaning. 'Alien
necessary can cfcan and return your suit the same day.
The Cleaner and Hatter
Ofriro 18T Went Web St.
riwnc 85 '
Plant, 41 UUltfli B
"Docs tle best work Ui tcrnn"
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Announce a substan-
tial reduction in the
price of their cars
effective June 8th