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DAILY EAST ORJSGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREOON, MONDAY EVENING, JOTE 13, 1021.
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News Notes of Pendleton
bats thin evening. The limit 1st lmve
, CALENDAR OP EVENTS 1 the ttm, an the Presbyterians on dupe.
t Sum mar
, Juna 14, 16, 10
etlon of the O. A.
, Juna 27-August
July 10 to 1 EIIUon-Whlt
September 82, 13, 24 Annual
Fiidletdu Round-Up. ;
Tlmt KpocIy xm 1
Hunduy. there was a gran fife on
the gulf links. "'Jeff," the professional
golfer In charge ot the country club
thinks that the blime ntndted from a
cigarette stub, but Lou Pluann (ays h
is responsible. A hot, wicked drive ot
his yesterdny morning, Ignited the dry
gram,' he suy.
Twilight Tmrnn J'lur'.
Two game are scheduled this even
ing. In the Twilight league. The
Christians will leave nt 6 o'clock for
Hut Dr. Ueuallen nnrt rerry Idlenmn
think thy will Inject enough pep ''
the outfit to take the honors home
with them, '
KM'iullng Vacation Herd .
H, T, Kaney, whose home I In St.
Joseirhr Mn arrived In Pendleton Sun.
day evntng to be the guest of his
aunts. Mis. Wary Klrkpntrlck 'and
Mrs. Charles Sewll and his cousin,
Frank Claxc. On his way west he
visited ut Kansas City, Denver and Salt
Lake.. In the course of his travels he
ran across several survivors of tho
Pueblo flood. Salesmen who were 1n
the city at the time of the catastrophe
told of watching heavy box cars smash
through blgtrlck buildings, and a big
heavy platform -which had been In the
freight yards there floated on the high
waters and smashed every building H
hit. Kaney will remuln here for a
week. He Is a railroad man.
Helix where they will meet the strong
team for a second game.' Helix hand- To Exchange Pulpits,
ed the Christians a. defent 1 earlier In During the months of July and Au
the season and the I'endletonlans will jgust llev. John, Hector and Kev.
go olit this evening in try and even tip 'George L. Hark will exchange pul
thc count. At Kound-l'p piirk the pits. A plan that will make It pos
Prhyterlnn and Baptists will cross slblc for them to effect a change dur-
WILL r the last chance this season
- ' - TO GET
AT A REASONABLE" PRICE
WE WILL HAVE THE HOOD RIVTR
FIELD PICJC BERRIES
V ALL THIS WEEK -
PLACE YOUR ORDER IN ADVANCE
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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ling the two summefnibnthH whereby
the pastors will bo abb; to enjoy their
vucutluint without depriving their 'Con
gregations of the privilege of having
religious services. During July, Kev.
Hecor will take his vacation and his
congregation will attend the proshy.
terlun church where Kev.- Clark will
preach, and during August while Hey,.
Clurk Is absent the sumo hospitality
will be afforded the Presbyterians by
the Methodists. I
For Parking Wrong
A fine of $2 wus given John De
this morning In l'ollce conn. . The
charge was illegal parking of a car.
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Return From Colleo l ,
Lloyd Montgomery and Lowell
Stockman returned today from ('or
vallls where they attended O. ;A, C.
They will spend the summer here.
Dr. Hill Returns . : -
Dr. David B. Hill returned this
mornlrtg from 1'ortland, where he act
ed as a member1 of, the Slate Board of
Denial examiners. Thirty dentists
were admitted to praotlce In Oregon,
says Dr. Hill.
t- tii r wm it?
t Kx6hErr6x'S leading tore
Imported Pongee $1.00, $1.25, ,$1.50, S2.25 Neckwear so Feminine 75c to $5.00
I fit t
is Hijoy I'liiilr
The June Bride
There is never a time in the girl'B life tt hen she is hap
pier than on her wedding day. . 1 ,
Now we nil 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 Sets,
Knives arid 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
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2. cal. for
Members of the I'resb terlan church
and Sunday school enjyed their an
nual picnic today out on the river Jut
this side of the Mlyvlon. A big party
of the membefs left this morning at 10
o'clock. The program Included a big
dinner at noon and various games.
Still Another jrM lire
There waa another grass fire yes
terday on the north side of the eily
which caused no prierly loss, but
several buildings wei in danger for a
time. W. K. ltingold, fire chief, urge
property owners not to 'start a fire
noar the dry gtuxg without first soak
ing the ground adjacent to buildings
with plenty of w;iter.
I'liMt filrl l( llve
To Miss Frances Michael goes tfie
honor of making the first plmiKe by a
girl that has been taken from the new
high dive that has been installed In the
city "Nut." Miss Mlchffl, after de
liberating several minutes, dived from
the ir,-foot board Sunday afternoon
The experience was rather exhilirul
VNiis Former Students.
Mr. anfl Mis. F. K. Xoordhoff were
here yesterday from their home In
Freewaler visiting. Mr. Noordhoff
was formerly an Instructor In the old
I'omlleton academy and during the vis
it,, yesterday he and his wife visited
with Mrs. J. K. Tryon and Mrs. Oefirge
Stangler who were students of his t
the nciidemy. Mr. Noordhoff is now a
merchant at Freewater.
Call For Henry Hobson
'Is Henry Hobson, colored stilt In
Pendleton If he is. Judge Thomas
Flta Ceroid wants lj see him. No. the
Judge hasn't anything against Henry
that might cause him any embarrass
ment, but he has receivad a .letter
from Springfield, Mass. In which the
writer asks for Information about
Henry. Tho letter Woesn't indicate
whether there is a Mrtune waiting for
Hod son If he makes himself known to
More ITlccs Knifed
Another chapter In the price slash
ing that has been under way Rlnce
Henry Ford made the first reduction
In the prlc of his cars has been made
In Pendleton. Rudd, the cleanei and
hatter, has announced marked retluc
tlons In the scale of prices charged by
him In cleaning. French cleaning of
men'a suits has been reduced from
?2.50 to $1.50, and pressing prices are
down to 75 cents. Cleaning and block
ing of hats now cost $1, & reduction
of 60 cents from the former prices.
Former IVndlcton Hoy Hero.
H. W. Wllllamapn, a former Pendle
ton boy, arrived here today at noon.
He Is on his way to Seattle where he
will take advantage of vocational
training offered him by tho govern
ment. He was graduated from the
Pendleton high school In 1913. HI
home now is at Twin . Falls, Idaho
where the family removed after leav
ing Pendleton several years ago. Wil
liamson reports that crops In that sec
tion of the country are good. Fruit in
particular will bo a heavy crop, - he
says, and other farm crops are look
ing good. An unusual amount of rain
fell there this year, he says. He will
leave tomorrow for Seattle. While
here he will visit his brother who Is
employed by Temple Pros. ,
Other News of Thi
Department on Pape 5
In its delicate beauty and.
sheer daintiness the new neck-
wear is altogether, fascinating.
To completely finish a ; costume,
however severe, the addition of a
neat collar or small frill ' is all
that is required.
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'Just buy a
These qualities constitute the range we are offer
ing this fine FORMOSA ; PONGEE. .It is of all
Npure silk of best texture, permanent finish, dustless
pongee; For dresses,' blouses, skirts, knickers, pa
jamas and the like. Buy your needs now while we
have ample stock on hand.
Golden Cross Voiles 50c to $1.75
A wonderful lot of patterns to select from, some
conventional, some floral some stripes, etc. all
beautifully colored. These voiles are of the finest
quality of even texture which insures wear and long
service. Let us show them to you.
Misses' Thread Silk Hosiery $1 .50,
Comes in black and white. These formerly sold
for $3.00 the pair. ; ; . T -'
Infants and Children's Sox 25e to 75e
The warm days call for sox, keep the little one's
feet cool by letting them wear sox, light and i dark
colors, with contrasting colored tops..
Children's Hose 25e
Comes in black only,-sizes bt to 10. Medium
weight and a good wearing hose.
Women's Cotton Hose 25c to 40c .
Here in black and white.
Women's Lisle Hose 50c to 35c
Black, white and colors, sizes 81-. to 10'
Women's Out Size Lisle Hose 50c to 95c
Fine quality lisle hose in black, white and colors.
Women's Full Fashioned Lisle $1.25
Comes in black only, this is one'of the finest and
best women's lisle hose. - , . f
Women's Lace Hose $2.00
Of finest quality silk lisle of beautiful lace designs,
black and brown. .
Children's Hose 45c, 65c '
Comes in black, white and brown.
Infants Hose 25c, 35c to 85c
' Comes in white and black of best quality
wool and silk and wool.
Women's Silk Hosiery $1.25 to $1.50
33 ' '
33 ' '
BY SCORE Of 5 TO 2
Tight Little Contest ( belonged
to Anybody Ujjtil Seventh
Wfien Locals Sewedi it Up.
Offered in black, white
and colors, high silk
boot, with lisle knee,,
good fitting and wear
ing stockings. ' These
stockings formerly sold
for much - more than
we're asking for them.
Women's Silk Hosiery,
$2.00 to $3.50
Big assortment of high
. grade silk hose in all the
wanted shades, well
fashioned for fit and
5 ' wear. -
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By Rouging PhelpK for 1 siife Mil-
Bles while Sid Williams was leuing
Hermlstnn get a measly six, the Buck.
aroos emergen viemriuua iium n.-r"
contest with the IrrigiUionists Sunday
by a score of 6 to 2. The gme whs
the tightest little affair thut the Bucks
have figured in this sejson.
Hermiston got the le;in in thenirsi
inning, and not until the sevemn oiu
either sjde have a shade that looked
worth crowing over. ine rsuchs
matched the one marker that Hermis
ton made In the first with a lone tally
In the third, added two more in tne
seventh, and then for good measure,
they scored another pair In the ninth.
Hernilston's second score was made In
the ninth when J. Thorn stole home.
rhel)s' slow delivery and his snap
py throws to the huss were two vir
tues that proved difficult for ths
Bucks.to solve. His quick motion on
neetinc to basemen caused several of
the local players to retire gracefully
from the field after they were started
around the circuit.
' UernifstOH Draws IUcmkI
It looked for a while as if there
wouldn't he any ball game when IVt
erson was called" out between second
and third In the first, halt of tlio Ini
tial Inning. The limps ruled that the
Bucks' captain got off of the base line
to keep from getting taRged. l'etersnn
questioned the decision, and a recess
wna taken while the manor was ad
justed. Tete was still out after the
rag-chewing match, but pave Huberts
was added to the staff of umpires,
working bases and behind the bat al
ternately. Hermiston In their half of the first
got a score. Todd singled to center,
and when Styson returned the Iwll to j
the Infield after catching Spinning' !
flv. Todd .stole second, and he scored
on Vover'a single over third. C. Thorn
BiK'ks t Kvoii
In the third the Buckarons evened
the tally. Huey finned. Williams was
out, Phelps to Voyer. Olson got a neat
tangle over first, stole second and scor
ed on Peterson's infield hit. Peterson
was caught off of second, and there
wasn't any more work for the man at
the scoreboard until the seventh. In
this inning Huey's hit through short
enabled Styson and Woods to score.
The ninth Inning proved plenty of
action for the fans. The Bucks in their
half made a pair of markers. Woods
hit safely through third, and when
tiordon slammed one plist first Woods
go to third. Huey was safe when he
rapped one into the infield, and the
bases were full with none down. Wil
liams fanned and. Vaods was forced
out at the plate oFan Infield bingle bv
Olson. Peterson came to the rescue
again with a sinele through first which
; scored Gordon and Huey. The Buck.,
retired when Hanley fanned. , ,
The Irrigutionists squeezed one
marker In for themselves in their final
effort J. Thorn was safe on
grounder which Hanley failed to han
dle, and Phelps hit a hot one 'for a hit
to Hanlev. A double steal was worked
by thevo men on bases, and after
Middledorf went out. Williams to Cary,
and Waterman fanned. Thorn stole
home as Todd knocked an easy one to
Score y Innings
BABK GOT HIS ItTII. i.
NEW YORK, Jane V.-H..Ty'n
Babe Ruth laade his 19th home run1?
and hit two doubles in
ew I urn . j
slugging hee with Detroit, the Van-, I
kees winning 12 to 8. The con teat fl
was marred with disputes In which1'
Cobb and Ruth almost came to bl.ms.'J
Cobb prevented a fight between Blup,J
and Sctiang, i
Detroit 10 1"
New York , ..12-21 .5'
Batteries Sutherland. Holl ng -i
I Leonard and Basaler; Shawkey, Quinn.v
anu ncnang. ,
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10 0 0
3 4 5 8
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v Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee '
Chronic and Nervous Dueasea aiW'
DlsaasM of Women. X-Bay lectrp
Tn.rap.uUca. ' -
Tmpli Bldt. Room 11
Tttnn lla-W P.'CV Hot XV
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your eyes In
use and age are bound to cause
sight deterioration. You will
then find hat you need glasses
that will give Clear, Comfortable
Thorough training modern
equipment and 15 years' experi
ence at your service here at a
reasonable, cosl. '
fanned. J. Thorn flrew
a walk and
Again We Set the Price
FOR NOTIOfS AND HOUSEHOLD SUNDRIES
Perfectionette Hair Nets L... 10c,
Talcum Powder i7c'
San Silk, the ball . !Z"!Z"!!'...5c
Rubber Gloves 29c
Crochet, Thread .. ; "'"!"..""."....9c
Dress Snaps 8c
West Electric Curlers .....!..........!...9c ; and 23c
Shoe Laces 5 anj 10c
Crepe and Silk Handkerchiefs, newest designs 25c
Auto Veils, assorted colors ....85c
Ric Rack Braid 2 for 25c
Adjustable Belrfng 25c and 35c
Veils '....a ...15c and 25c
Pocket and Ivory Dressing Combs 15c to 75c
Come here first, save money and steps. , '::.
The BEE HIVE
Salted Peanuts "MORE FOR LESS" Satin Fitmh
19c lb. . Candy, 4SrlL v