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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 23, 1921.
News Notes of Pendleton
CAJJSDAR Ol" EVENTS
June 27-August t bummer
July lo lo l Elllaon-Whlt
September 22. JJ, 24 Annual
MJsn Wyrlclc in Portland
Miss Hazel Wyrlcl: in In Portland
receiving medical treatment. She has
been In poor health for Home time.
Her brother. W. K. Wyrlck is with her.
o Council Meeting.
Lack of a quorum prevented the
holding lost night of the regular week
ly meeting of the city council. Soino
of the members are taking their vaca
tions and others wcro temporarily out
of the city. The next meeting will not
bo held until next Wednesday night.
lias Old nook
John Hulley Ih the possessor of an
i ld book for which he would not take
a neat num. It Is the Journal of the
proceedings of the first territorial
council of Idaho. The Kcxxlon ran 60
day, the opening dute being Dec. 7.
1863. W. H. Wallace was the first
povernor and W. U. Daniels was the
first secretary of state. The book con
tains 134 pages and contains the rules
of order and the minutes of what was
done by the council. Among other
things the members gave grave con
sideration to the need of seeing that
white men were restrained from sell
ing whiskey to Indians and causing
uprisings. The book formerly was the
property of Mr. Halley's father who
died recently at bolse.
Now Klgns Painted. .
Two new signs, advertising Golden
West Ice cream and butter and Pea
cock coal, are emblazoned on the
(Jolden West Creamery and S mythe
Lonorgun Co., building, on Main street.
The signs are replicas of the trade
marks used in advertising the cream
ery products and the Ice, wood and
coal, and are most effectively executed
In colors. The Peacock sign, showing
the bird in natural colors. Is on the
front of the building and Is Illuminated
at night by a spotlight. The Golden
West sign, showing cows knee deep In
clover, Is on the side of the building.
law violators were fined today in po
lice court by Judge Thomas Kit?. Ger
ald. Bert Hwancy paid S10 for speed
Ing, John Doe was fined J 3 for having
no tall light and an Individual booked
as "Unknown" on the docket rccolved
a fine of 5 for attempting to puss ii
other car at an Intersection.
V, I. HobliM Itlljs Interest
V. I). Hobbs has taken over J. W.
Stlllwcll'g Interest In the paint shop
at 310 West Webb Street. He will be
in charge In future.
.Mr. Johnson 1 4ii ployed
Walter Johnson, of Portland, Is em
ployed at the Economy Drug Co. dur
ing the absence of Mr . and Mrs.
Thomas Young who left yesterday for
a month's visit to Ycllow'stone Nation
Traffic Violators. Fined.
On complaint brought by Truffle
Officer William Lyday three traffic
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Fish for Friday
FRESH SALMON TROUT
CHINOOK SALMON KIPPERED
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange Connects
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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 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
llanscom's Jewelry store
Mate Organizer Here
Edgar j. Ludwlck, slate organizer
of the Oregon Cooperative Wheat
Growers, Is here today from The
Dalles, lie is looking over the field
hero and checking on the work that Is
being done in Umatilla county by tho
solicitors who are 'working here.
Second Fire of Day.
Another fire call sounded this after
noon at 2 o'clock. It was caused by a
grass fire at the corner of Madison
and Wilson on the north side of the
city. For a time a gaiago way in dan
ger, but quick work on tho part of the
fire department averted the iian.
Klre at KoM'iilx'i-g's
Kite destroyed the combine and
barn at the Herman Rosenberg ranch
near Pendleton yesterday. It Is
thought that a cigarette i-tub started
the blaze. The loss was covered l
Insurance, which was paid today by
the local agents of liie Firemen's
Fund Insurance Co.
f.l'iiw I linitrl
I'cndleton's grass blase for tho day
occurred early this morning. A firo
set near a residence ignited dry grass
on Locust hill. The fire department
was called and extinguished the blaze
without any property loss. Tho grass
Ih likn titwlor nnw .Inn In Ihn hnt Hrv
weather that has prevailed during the
Will Itepalr Kqiiipment
Because of the additional grand
stands and stables built last year for
the Kound-l'p, no new equipment will
be needed for this year's show, say the
directors. Repair work is to be donp,
however, and will begin about the
middle of August in preparation for
tho big show.
Tennis Club To Meet
Members of the Tennis Club will
hold a meeting tomorrow evening at
8 o'clock at the Commercial Associa
tion offices. Some important matters
are to be considered at the meeting
which will be open to all members.
The courts are in excellent condition
now, and a great deal of play Is being
Pauline Ukos Saddle
Pauline Frederick, famous film
star, liked the saddle that Hamley &
Co. made for her recently so well that
sho has ordered another. The second
saddle will be of exactly the same de
sign as the first, except that it will be
of tan leather instead of black. The
same wild rose design will be used for
Taking Motor Trip
Major E. I.. Swartzlander and son
Lawrence left this morning for Mis
soula. Mont, where they will meet Mrs.
Swartzlandcr and daughter Inez who
are returning from Devil's Lake, N
Dak. where they were called several
weeks ago by the illness and death of
Mrs. iwartzlandcr'8 father. The re
turn trtp from Missoula will be made
overland In the car.
22. cal. for
Kasteni Orcgim Supplement
Hal M. Andrews, representative and
feature writer of tho Oregon Labor
Press, official paper of organized labor
In Oregon, Is here gathering material
lor the Ijtbor Day edition of the paper,
A special supplement of eight pages
w ill bo run in the issue. The supple
ment will bp devoted to a considera
tion of Eastern Oregon. Liberal space
will be given to the Kound-Cp.
Wheat Still T.oks (JoikI.
Umatilla county wheat growers are
paying careful attention to the antic?
oi ino wentner tnese days. The reason
for this attitude is that the crop is In
Its critical stage when favorable
weather will mean thousands of dol
lars saved, or a hot wind miarht mean
a loss of many thousands. The wheat
In the lower part of the countv nnrl m
high ground is about made. Harvest
ing will start on the lighter ground
right after July 4. A northwest hot
wind Is the one thing that the wheat
men don't want right now.
Weather Is Warn.
Today's maximum temperature of
It a, the hottest day so far this season.
PENDLETON'S LEAD IX Q STORE
This is a cleaning of odds and ends in our Ready to Wear Department. Every
item is listed, in manv instances only one garment. FOR THE BALANCE OF THE
WEEK WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL PRICES ON THESE ITMS. Each one a
money saver and can he used right now. .
Navy Georgette Satin Dress, draped skirt,
Size 38 $15.00
Black Satin, Georgette Satin, White Satin front,
lace collar, size 40 $15.00
American Beauty Georgette, emb. bead trimming,
wide satin girdle, size 36 $7.93
White Pongee Dress with cerise waist, size 16. $0.93
White Silk Poplin Skirt, figured design of blue
and tan ' $2.48
Women's All Wool Shepard Check Suit, one size
16, one size 18 '. $4.98
Women's Tan and Blue Gingham Dress, shawl
collar .'T.r:r.. ;;...t:.. $3.98
One odd lot of Brassieres. .
Children's White Dresses. .
2 Navy Sweaters, size 32. .
One lot of Rompers .......
Grey and Lavender Voile, made with overskirt,
size 38 ., $3.98
Tink and White Check, Organdy Trimmed,
size 16 $3.98
Pink and Black Check Gingham, organdy collar,
size 16 : $4.98
Tink Tricolette Blouse .... $2.98
White Batiste Blouse, size 34 98c
Pink Georgette Crepe, filet trim
med . ..; ?1.29
White Georgette Blouse,
size 36 $1.29
White Voile with frill $2.98
Women's Muslin Pants, best
quality of emb. trimming made
of heavy muslin 49c
Brassiere of white and" pink
mesh, all sizes 49c
Combination made of muslin and
nainsook, all styles and big as
sortment of trimmings, sizes.
36 to 44 . .' $1.98
brought on a thundershower this nft-
was 60. The barometer registers 29.3-)
was 0. The barometer registers 29.30
today, says Major Lee Moorbouse
weather observer, who states that tlx
barometer Is falling, giving promise of
cooler weather. A light thunder
shower fell in Pendleton last evening
'cUtlwiM for Guardianship.
Newt N'ewtson has presented a peti
tion nsk.iig that he be appointed guar
dian for his father, Ole N'ewtson. The
Idcr N'ewtson is mentally Incompetent.
NEW TARIFF BILL TO BE
No elgarette has
the same dellolous
flavor as Lucky
Lucky Strike Is the
WASHINGTON. June 23. (I. N.
S.) Chairman Kordney of the house
to President Harding that the new
ways and means committee, reported
tariff bill would be ready lor con-1
(tresa on Monday or Tuesday. Work
on tax revision will bo undertaken as
soon as the tariff bill Is passed.
LANOASTKU. t'a., June 23. (I. N.
S.) The agricultural trust company
of this city whose assets are fH.noii,
OOU and whose deposits are 12,000,-
000, has been closed by banking com
missioner, who charges the existing
shortage to Treasurer Zoll. The com
missioner charges that Zoll has been;
playing tue stock uiarKei.
THE BEE HIVE
bases it claim to your business upon its ability to serve you adequately and well with
the (merchandise which we carry. Merchandise of known merit and excellence. It
has always been tl.e pc-;icy of this store to sell on a fair margin of profit and to give full
value DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR at all times.
Huhber Gloves -He pair
Hick Hack 10c lilld 13c
Cotton binding tape oc
Pcrfectlouetto Hair Nets ...lllr
Lace Collars and Vestce Sets IBc
Crochet Thread 9c
Knitting Cotton 5c
Aluminum rcrcolators ..,.$1.80
Cups without saucers
6 for $1.73
Mush bowls, first quality. .. .(!."
We have received . another
shipment of Tho Jim Dandy
Play Suits. This one has peg
top dutch pockets. It has prov
en a tiig seller with us.... f 1.30
YOUR SATISFACTION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WITH US IN
RUNNING THIS BUSINESS
Most people realize that a merchant cannot
give things aoy; they know he has to
make a profit; he Isn't In business for his health.
In the face of this statement we still claim we are
giving you part of our profit by being satisfied
w ith less I hall is usually exacted. This gajns
greater volume and after all we get tho benefit.
Hut you share In It.
We are pleased to announce the urrivul of a
new pattern in Dlnne-nare, mads by the Mc
Nicolls pottery of thU country.
You will find a prevalence of grey In the dec.
orution, which Is the newest color to be used In
dinner ware decoration. It will bu a pleasure to
show you this pattern. Keusonably priced, nuallty
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
?ENDLETON . ...:f OREGON