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DAILY EAST OREGONIAH, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1021.
News Notes of Pendleton
tracts, it awarded, shall b completed
CALENDAR OP EVENTS
June 14, it, it stst eon
tentlon of the o. A. R.
June tT-Augutt I Summer '
July 10 to H Ellison-White
September 2, 23, H Annual
MDM Ttnthrook In California.
'. Miss Ituth Rothrock of Athena, la
now private aecretary for Hackley A
Hqulre, In San Francisco. Mis Hoth
rock after toeing graduated from Uni
versity of Oregon took post-graduate
work at University of Cullfornla.
Illd u Bo Opened.
; Fide for the Improvement of 14.7
mllea of highway, comprlKlntc a part
of the 1'llot Kock'Vlnson section, will
lie opened at a meeting of the elate
highway commission to1 be held June
it and 29 in Portland. Bid for the
Improvement of approximately 80
mllea of Oregon road will be opened j
and considered . The roads to be lm-l
proved are widely scattered through- j
nut the atate and in most. Inatanrea the j
commission will Insist that the con-
during the present year.
On Hurling Trip
Herman Peters, John Petera and Joe
Boneparte left yesterday on a fishing
trip to the Deschutes river and other
points. They expect tp be gone for
Methodlut and Tlffcrs Tie
In a battlo royal baseball game at
Round-l'p park lt night the Metho
dist team of the Twilight lieague and
the Pendleton Tigers played a tie
game. The final ecore waa even at
and a play-off will be necessary to de.
clde the content. Monday evening the
Methodists and Christiana will play a
game athe park.. , .
Iloaama Advertising Copy
A request for the advertising copy
used hy J. Do Wilde In his work for
the American National bank has been
received by him In a letter from Lon
M. Brown of Burns. The acquaint
ance between the two men waa formed
at the recent state convention of the
bankers. Mr. De Wilde made an ad
dress aa a representative of the nation
al finance advertising organization.
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We are pleased to announce to our trade
the addition of another salesman in our Gro
cery Dept., MR. ROBERT BARNEY, who has
been with us before and is well known in this
myou can depe:;d c:; :ar
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
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, 301 E. Court Street
' Phonei J01 Private Exchange Connects
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Has Tonsil Removed.
The little son of Charles Dalian was
operated upon for tonsils today at 61.
Chautauqua Meeting called
A meeting of the Chautauqua guar
antors has been called for the library
auditorium for p. m. Friday evening.
The object of the meeting will be to
elect officers and name committees.
Weather Is Cooler. '
Tlio maximum temperature today Is
72 and the cool weather la welcomed
by vheatgrowers as low temperatures
remove fear of burned wheat. The
minimum was 49 and the barometer,
Major Lee Moorhouxe report regis
Is at Pilot Itotfc.
Miss KHther Kelly, social service
worker for the Red Cross, is at Pilot
Rock today. Mine Kelly has I'matllla
county as her territory anil she has
since her recent arrival in Pendleton
made visits to the various Red Crocs
branches In the county.
Test tirade Ready.
Grades made by pupils' of the eighth
grades In the Juno examination for
graduation from the common schools
have been compiled and are on file In
the office of the superintendent of
city schools. Mr. Inlow announced
today that pupils may secure Infor
motion aa to the marks they made by
calling at his office.
Dr. Royilen to Return.
Dr. Guy Boyden, who has been en
gaged In special medical study at
Northwestern 1'nlvert.lty In Chicago, Is
expected to return to Pendleton to
morrow. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Boyden
plan to leave on Saturday for a motor
trip to Yellowstone Park. They will
be accompanied by their sons, Horace
and Allen Hoyden.
A. F. Alexander Here.
A. K Alexander, secretary of the
I p-To-The-Times magazine,' was In
Pendleton today. He Is making plans
for the annual Round-Up number of
his publication, which will be off the
press August 27. The number haa for
its cover the famous Round-l'p girl
and there will be special write-ups to
advertise the Round-l'p throughout
the Inland Empire. Mr. Alexander
was on (Saturday the speaker at the
annual Pomeroy Pioneer Picnic.
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
CI FT THAT LASTS
from the well selected guaranteed stock of Silver Sets,
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
fianscom's Jewelry Store
Encampment Rest of All.
Twenty-two of the annual encamp.
ments of the Grand Army of the Re
public have been attended by W. P.
I .Small, of Albany, a 78 year old veter
an who thinka that the Pendleton en
campment was the best of all. Mr.
Small, who with Mrs. Small, past state
prexident of the Ladles of the G. A.
R. left today for Albany, said that all
the visitors were well pleased with
the reception given them by the peo
ple of Pendleton. He mentioned par
ticularly the courtesy shown ihem hy
residents In 'whose homes they were
Local FJms Shown.
Moving' pictures of several business
firma of Pendleton will be shown
this evening aa a part of the program
at the Arcade Theater. The picture
shows Pendleton street scenes and
patrons entering stores. Among the
firms represented are the Nye-Ward
Shoe Co., Pendleton Rubber Works.
Alexanders, Sawtelles, the Peoples
Warehouse. Wlllard Service Station,
Ellis Schiller Co.. Troy Laundry and
McAtee'a Paint Store.
The film la shown as an advertis
ing feature. The picture hilled for
this evening Is "Outside the Law,"
starring Prhwilla Dean, who is sup
ported by Lon Cheney, made famous
by his appearance In "The Miracle
Man" and 'The Penalty."
PENDLETON'S LEADEVO "TORE
IF YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR THE BEST VALUES AT THE RIGHT PRICES,
COME TO ALEXANDER'S AND GET THEM.
Black and White Check Dress Goods
$3.50 and $4.00
You can always use a black dress, but this season
black is very good. We have black silks of all kinds.
Black Taffeta $2.50, $2.75
Black Satin $2.00 to $2.50
Black Duchess $3.50 to $5.00
Black Charmeuse $1-00
Black Crepe $2.00
Taffeta Silks $2.50 Yard
As you know taffeta silk is one of the popular silks
of the season for dresses. Buy your dress lengths
here where you'll get the best quality for the price.
Offered in all colors, 56 inches wide.
Black and white check
ed dress goods of best
quality materials and
firm texture. These
checks can be made up
into most stylish skirts
and suits. - Offered in
two size checks.
Handkerchief Linen Squares 25c each
I These squares are torn ready to be hemmed, in
I colors of rose, pink, blue, green and white. Buy
I several colors and make up into dainty handker-
I chiefs, as they are using lots of colored handker-
Remnants One Half Price
Remnants of all kinds, silk, cotton and a few wool,
1 1-2 yard to 2 1-2 yard lengths, One Half Price.
1 Fancy Ribbons
I Picot, two toned and bright colored ribbons for
trimming and millinery. Yard . . 20c to 50c
I Fill your ToWel needs now for the summer. ,
1 Huck towels 20c to 35c
Union Huck 75c
i AH Linen, finest quality : . . $1.25, $1.50
Turkish Towels 40c, 50c
This splendid silk is specially good for Underwear
and lingerie. Comes in the wanted shades. Comes
36 inches wide and 65c yard.
TJ722. cal. for
10 for 10c, '
20 for 20c
SHOWN IN WHEAT PIT
The decease In the. price of wheat
continued today, July wheat closing
at $1.28 1-4 and September wheat at
11.21 S-4. Yesterday's closing price
was $1.31 3-4 for July wheat and
$1.22 1-! for September wheat
Following are the quotations re
ceived by Overbeck & Cooke, local
High Low Close
$1.35 $1.27 $l.28i
1.27H 1.21(4 1.2H4
.6414 .61 .2
.64 .62 .63
Wheat The market during the first
hours showed pronounced tendency to
respond to unfavorable crop reports.
but the advance brought out liquida
tion in large volume, the buying pow
er, which was so entirely inaaequate
that prices receded rapidly to a dis
count of about four cents under last
night's close for July, and about one
cent for September. The g-eneral
character of news was entirely con
trary to action of maket Advices
from the northwest waa mixed, aa to
the black rust damages although mes
sages reportinff its appearances were
more numerous and from a more di
versified area. Our Mr. Inghs who
just returned from a trip through In
diana and Ohio Buys yields are apt to
Big Crop Claimed.
The seaboard claimed 1,500,000
bushels wheat worked for export to
Italy, with some pending with Great
Hrltaln. Minneapolis and Kansas City
reported a marked Improvement In the
domestic milling demand and there
waa evidence of a better inquiry in
the Chicago market at an advanced
premium. While it may take a few
days to digest the liquidation that has
been put into the market we believe
will come back only coincident with
additional reports of damages in the
northwest, or evidence of such waa
noticeable today of a broader cash de
1 Hard white. $1.22: 1 soft -white.
$1.22: 1 club, $1.22: 1 hard winter.
$1.20: 1 Northern spring, $1.20; 1 red
Walla Walla, $1.20; Big Hend, $1.25
SAN FRAXCISCO, June 18. (U
P.) Declaring; that the federal re
serve system prevented a panic in this
country, the committee on banking
and currency today presented a report
to ihe convention of the National Asso.
elation of Credit Men in which atten
tion is called to the Importance of pre
venting political meddling or any oth
er type of interference that would di
minish the powers of the present effi
cient administration of the act. The
report said In part:
"The federal reserve system has
been exhibiting abilities to protect and
support Bound business during periods
of storm and stress even greater than
the framers of the act could have an
ticipated. Rapid deflation Is inevit
ably attended with great danger, but
through the most viollnt deflation in
man's experience, the federal reserve
system has seen commerce successful
ly brought back to what are felt to be
sound conditions. The administration
of the federal reserve system has heen
conducted on a high plan free from
political bias and all suspicion of sec-
tional or class favoritism and control. i
''TKo HafanOA 41,. Unu.!
system of the federal reserve banks
has long been a special obligation
resting upon the National Association
of Credit Men."
A report will be made tomorrow ex
pressing confidence in the benefits of
the federal bankruptcy act as applied
to the commerce of the nation by the j 5
bankruptcy law committee tomorrow. 5
The report will also suggest several i
amendments to the present law.
and a half. Delicately, the secretary
of the treasury handles his abbreviat
ed weed as he sits at his big desk re
ceiving visitors and presiding over
conferences of officials. Although
Mellon is said not to he an inveterate
smoker, visitors usually notice that o
large ash tray on the secretary's desU
is littered with stubs.
Small of stature and precisely dress
ed the secretary of the treasury ar
rives at his office well before 10 a. m.,
the official hour for high officials to
get on the job In Washington. Attend
ants, waiting in the corridor, swing
open the private entrance to the secre
tary's office and take off his hat, over
coat and stick when he carries one.
Thirty seconds later, the secretary,
at his desk, touches a signal and his
secretary glides through a door. The
rrivate secretary presents his chief
with a chart showing the names of
persons who have appointments for
the day. The secretary nods and the
first visitor is ushered into his pres
ence The day's work is begun. -
5c. a Bay
For Hood's Sarsaparllla, the Bwt
VMediclne Treatment That WUU
Purify Your Blood
And Build You Wp This Spring
j Time to Can 1
BING AND ROYAL ANN CHERRIES
We are receiving daily shipments, direct from the S
grower, of extra fine Bing and Royal Ann Cherries, I
also a fresh shipment each day of extra good Straw- 1
Our prices on these Fruits is the lowest consider- I
ing the quality.. , , 5
COMPLETE STOCK OF FRUIT JARS AND
FRUIT JAR EXTRAS. 1
kiwaxis ant COXVEXE
CLEVELAND, O.. June 1. (A.'p.)
Cleveland is prepared for the recep
tion of the sixth International Kiwanis
Club convention, which is expected to
be the biggest gathering of business
and professional men ever held in
this city. The convention will be held
the week of June 20. Bight thousand
delegates and visitors are expected.
They will come from 500 clubs, locat
ed in as many cities of the United
States and Canada.
DR.' 0:0. FLETCHER, Jr
Aseptic- Chiropodist and .
Permanent Office at Nye-Ward Co.
Calls made to any putt of the city.
! ' prrfjYj tTTi.,; iiaa
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
In All ItrniK'licH.
More than three million men ate
under arms In Europe at this thno.
REV. W. H. COX RESIGNS
AS BAPTIST PASTOR;
SUCCESSOR IN DOUBT
DR. C. H. DAY
Physician and Surgeon
rtoonis 13 and 25, - Smith -Crawford
Toklioue 701 lira. 29-11
Rev. W. H. Cox, for the past
three year pastor of the Baptist
church of Pendleton, has resign
ed, according to announcement
made by him yesterday. His
resignation will he effective July
15 and he and Mrs, Cox and
children will leave Pendleton on
that date; Hew Cox hus not yet
decided as to his future but has
five churches In mind.
No successor has been choson
to fill the local pulpit, althoush
officials of the church are mak
ing efforts to secure a new min
ister. Itev. Cilx had planned to leave
Pendleton In September but re
cently decided to resign at an
earlier date. During the time he
has heen in Pendleton, ISO new
members have been added to the
church roll! Itev. Cox came to
Pendleton from Klamath Fails.
SECHETAKV OP TKEASCTtY.
WASHINGTON, June 16. (LI P.)
Andrew W. Mellon, grave and digni
fied banker member of President
Harding's cabinet, like'Uncle Joe Can
non, seems on the verge of achieving
a picturesque face entirely apart from
his official functions as secretary of
Uncle Joe Cannon is known hv his
stogle9. And by his smokes shall ye
also know Secretary Mellon, Washing
ton now is saving Mellon affects a(
anon-, inin stngie-ette, tne size of a
cigarette, containing about four puffs
Sworn proof ot hair growth after bald,
eta. Anasinf reports of logtooi of um
of KoUlka, in stopping loss of hair, or w
eonlaf dandruff, oooqoerioa; baJdasia.
Han't the fairest oUm la the vorid
aa Kotalko. If It doeut do all yea
expect, get vow Bnoey-fcackl Forget
past bad lock with roar hair. Tbia m
wmetilnj differed. Get a small box of
KOTALKO at an h,,..
GoaiaatMand direction! with the box.
Sbew Meruit Uut od rtiwt
Again We Set the Price
FOR NOTIONS AND HOUSEHOLD" SUNDRIES
Perfectionette Hair Nets 10c
Talcum Powder ne
San Silk, the ball .'l"3Z..5c
Rubber Gloves 29c
Crochet Thread i.........9c
Dress Snaps gc
West Electric Curlers 9c and 23c
Shoe Laces 5 .d 10c
Crepe and Silk Handkerchiefs, newest designs. 25c
Auto Veils, assorted colors 85c
Ric Rack Braid 2 for 25c
Adjustable Belting .25c and 35c
Veils isc d 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 FinUh
19c . Candy, 45c lb.