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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1021.
News Notes of Pendleton
3 BUY AT
CAIjKN'UAH OF EVENTS
June 27-Auguit I Summer
July 10 to 18 Ellison-White
- September 22, t 3, 24 Annual
.day destroyed a largo quantity of feed
I the firm has sufficient (o curry on
business, nays N. J. Hlydenstoln. 1 he
loss Is estimated ut 1 160(1 ' Including
building und contents. Ilebulldlng of
the warehouse will begin ufter the In
surance adjusters have completed
ft'v ltrndner to SM-ak.
Itev. I .ester Bradner, t. V., secre
tary of tho Episcopal Hourd of Knll
glgus Education, will speak at the
Church of tho Itedeoiiier tomorrow
evening. Jtev. Bradner Is reported to
be an excellent speaker.
Mrs. GHIIIniKl In Hospital
Mrs. Matt Olllllnnd, of manllold
was operated upon yesterday for ap
pendicitis at tit. Anthony's hospital
She Is convalescing nicely.
No XJuomni frrscnt.
Tho meeting of the directors of
Happy Canyon, scheduled for lust
night, was not held duo to lack of a
quorum. A meeting will be held Mon.
day night when six directors will he
elected to fill existing vacancies. Ac
tion will also be taken on the resig
nation of Hoy Itulcy as head or the
program and arrangements committee.
UiikIiickm 8(111 Continues.
Although tho fire at the I'matilla
Klour and Grain Warehouse yestcr-
l lorlst'M Shop Opens.
Purr's Hose Garden, new florist's
shop on Court street, opened this
morning. Kooies of people called dur
ing the duy and each was presented
with blossoms. The greenhouses arc
located at Kreewater where V. C.
I'arr and H. L. Parr have been In bus
iness for the past seven years. They
will divide their time between Tcn-
dlclon and Kreewater.
IMiiilc On Tuesday
The unnual picnic of tho Sunday
I school of the Church of tho Itedecmer
! will be an event of Tuesday. Machines
will leave the church at 9:30 a. m. and
the day will bo spent at Hawthorne,
tho lovely country home of Mrs. .Nancy
PENDLETON'S LEADING STORE
I :,! lll.-yilc AVlth Iiuuips.
There is a provision oi me mraj
enacted sUte motor law which pro
vides that bicycles ridden ufter night
fall shall be equipped with lights, und
Traffic Officer William I.yduy de
clares that he will enforce the pro
vision. A near collision between Hill
und a rider of a bicycle last night
called his ultention to the danger of
the cyclists being on the streets with
Haiti At I klaii
Ukiah had a light rain yesterday,
says a message received today by J. C".
Rutins, Umatilla forest supervisor,
from Walter Allison, forest ranger at
I'klah, Mr. Kuhns believes that tho
southern end of tho Wonaha division
was visited by rain also.
Ofriivrs to 1m? Klcvled
The permanent officers uf the Ore
gon Hay Growers Association, made
up of hay growers of L'matlMa and
Morrow counties, will be held next
Wednesday in Ilcrmiston. A manager
In to bo chosen also. Five thousand
acres of hay from the two counties,
nave been signed under u three year
Buy the Best Quality
IT'S THE BEST POLICY. ,
ltciiieiuhcr Chautauqua Dales,
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc.
301 E. Court Street
Phones 101 Private Exchange ConnecU
both Departments. y
-101 101 101 101 T01-I0I 101 101 T0X-
Posters 1'or Kotmd-I p.
The posters for the 1921 I(oimd-l'p
are now In the hands of the printers
and will be scuttered broadcast
throughout the country as soon as
they come off the press. The post
ers will show Tex Smith, last years
bucking champion, making his famous
ride, and will tell tho story of the
events of the three big days. Septem
ber 22, 23 and 24, when the twelfth
annual show is to be staged.
The suit of the Tribune Publishing
Co, to collect ,18.10, alleged due a;
payment of subscription for The Trib
vne from Rev. W. II. Cox, pastor of
the Baptist church, was dismissed
this morning by Judge Joe H. Parkes.
Itev. Cox testified thut he ordered the
paper discontinued In May, 1S20, and
that three weeks later, on June 1, 1V2!)
the paper was sent to him and has
continued during the past year.
We Can Fill Your Warm
Weather Needs. Better
Because we have large stocks to select from. You get the highest quality goods, priced
at about what you want to pay. Efficient sales people to wait on you, and our excel
lent service at your com maud.
The June Bride
There is never a time in the girl's life whqn 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
.Mrs. JuIiiimiii ('omulfM'iiig.
Mrs. Winn Johnson, who was oper
ated upon recently in Portland for
appendicitis. Is resting easily, accord
ing to word received today by her
niece, Mrs. I. U. Temple, from Dr. T.
M. Henderson. Mm. Johnson is at
St. Vincent's hospital. It she contin
ues to Improve, Dr. K. U. Parker,
son-in-law of Mrs. Johnson and Mrs.
Nona Im Fontaine, her daughter, will
return to Pendleton by motor tomorrow.
Golden Cross Wash Voiles
50c to S1.50
Most desirable patterns to
make up into sheer summer
dresses. Some light and some
dark. Select yours now and
make up before real hot weather
comes. 36 in. 40 in. wide. Let
us help you plan the dress.
Special S. A. Iiogram.
Captain Jennie Conrad, of the local
Salvation Army post, will preach her
farewell sermon tomorrow at the Sal
vation Army hall, 208 Kast Alta
street. There will be a special pro
gram, as follows: Recitation, Howard
Brundage; solo, Cadet Morford; star
drill, four boys; monologue, John
Moyle: solo. Captain Conrad; recita
tion, Hope Nowcomb; trio, Captain
Conrad, Lieutenant Moys and Cadet
Morford; dialogue, Florence Weaver
and William Moyle; piano solo, Lieu
tenant Moys; recitation, Jennie lirun
dugo und tambourine drill, five girls.
U-s Smut In Fields
There is less smut than usual
I'matilla county wheat fields says
Fred Bennlon, county agent, who with
H. P. Barass, professor of plant path
ology at O. A. C, visited I'matilla
county fields yesterday. Mr. Bennlon
says that the lack of much smut is due
to favorable conditions for gcrmina'
ing smut spores before seeding time
last year. An interesting feature this
year, Mr. Bennlon slates, Is that some
rust Is apparent in some fields. The
disease la not serious here and will
cause no damage, Mr. Bennlon be
lieves. It is due to tho cool, moist
spring, In Mr. Bcnnlon's opinion.
Looking for lyooatton.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Collier were here
yesterday as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. K. F. Averill. They have been
In the Peace Hiver valley country in
Canada for the past two years in the
cattle business, but a lack of shipping
facilities at a reasonable figure makes
that much talked-of country an unde
sirable place for stockmen, Mr. Col
lier says. Before going to Canada, he
operated In Idaho near Hurley. Mrs.
Collier left this morning for Twin
Falls where she will visit relatives,
and Mr. Collier left this afternoon on
a trip thut will take him through
Northern California and Southern Or
egon. He is looking for a location for
establishing himself In the cattle business.
What are you do
ing to hold your
Has he reached the flighty
stage yet? If so, you will
read with, much under
standing the New Serial
"THE WILD OATS OF
Elizabeth Burgess Hughes
which begins in the
June Number of
Begin your subscription
with this issue
1 YEAR SUBSCRIPTION
OF DESIGNER $U0
With one issue of Quarterly
or Needlework book $1.30.
Kiniuna Crepe 40c
Of excellent quality crepe that
will not wash out, of beautiful
Chinese patterns in the shades
you like. Make up one of these
into a kimona for hot weather.
Don't Forget Handker
chiefs for your Vacation
Trip, 5c, 10c, 15c, 25c up
Some plain white, some colored
borders, some colonial. Have a
look at our handkerchiefs. You'll
like the patterns and qualities.
LONDON (By Mail.) (By Clyde A
Deals. Written for the United Press.)
If there is anything that will bring
out the latent foreign vocabularies of
an American in Europe, it is the pass
port nuisance. There are now 113
countries, excluding Itussia, to be en
countered. Belgium has recently taken the lead
in doing away with the visum for al
lied nationals. Trior to this step she
was charging Americans 110, which
many other countries are still doing in
retaliation for the American visum
It is almost as if each state requir
ed passports visage,d and charged ten
dollars for each, except that the for
eign traveller would be getting more
for his money. With the present ex
change in Austria and Hungary it costs
more for tho passport fee for a two or
three day sojourn than the rest of the
expense of the trip.
From Vienna 1 wanted to go to Bu
dapest over Easter. The Hungarian
Visa cost 7760 kronen! and 500 more
for the privilege of returning to Vien
na. The visa charge was nominally
ten dollars, but as always happens, the
exchange dropped, so that it actually
was about twelve. Then the fare on
the boat, an all day trip on the Dan
ube, was seven hundred Kronen. And
that visa Is good for only one trip. If
one wants to go back a week or so
later the same 7780 Kronen Is exacted.
.Tackle About that Other News of This
I I tdTjrfM I Department on Page 5
That I fSTW Winchester
MdJ THE OLD HOME TOWN
110811118 g Squirrels? Q0
VmmM sfzm3 -j wit'M its vthamx thethandce k?om rV j
wWiW A Ifi" TTinirT WM THE TOWN PUMP DISAPPEARED THE 7
IkUW A SAME "DAY PETE M'GILL TOOK THE AGtNCY u,MTf
ftf llEP FOR A NEW SOIT PRINK. '
But that is only half the fun. Before
one can register at a hotel in Hungary
one must register with the police. Then
tho police must be visited again for
permission to leave the country. In
Austria the traveller is allowed three
days in which to register, but must
Ukewise obtain permission to leave.
Even in Italy, where one would think
that thousands of years experience in
government would have taught them
better, the same regulations exist.
And the tourist himself is supposed
to divine ail these nuisances. In Rome
the American consul has been thought
ful enough to have notices posted in
the hotels where Americans are likely
to stay. In other places an American
blandly boards a train and then is
pnllcd off at the frontier. Then is
when the vocabulary comes out strong
est. In Italy, where in point of holidays
the old song about "Every Day'll be
Sunday Bye and Bye." Almost comes
true, the passport nuisance is, because
of the laziness of the officials, partic
ularly irritating. The traveller must
register with the police in each city.
If he Is pressed for time, which an
American always is, he does not enjoy
delaying his sightseeing to mr.ke a first
trip ami deposit a slip benrintr the
usual expurgated parts of his life his
tory, then have to come back in an
hour or so. and then wait another
half hour to complete his resignation.
Then it takes a day to get the pass
ports prepared for leaving.
I was in Ventimiglia. near the
French border on the Riveria, arriving
there on Jlay- 1st In spite of the mess-ed-up
train service. I wanted to leave
Monday morning, but because Sunday
had been Labor Day, the police bureau
had' taken a vacation from Saturday
noon to Monday noon. Then after my
trouble, the Italian guard on the bor
der where I walked across didn't even
bother to look at me, let alone my
If the vocabulary of the prospective
American traveller is Insufficient to
meet the passport officials, he will find
it comforting to know this in several
'1 didn't want to buy your darned
country, I just wanted to rent it for a
couplo of days."
Casts Vision Kings Rapidly
A Brazilian living in New York has
invented a machine til cast piston
rings at a rate of 18,000 to 20.000 a
day by whirling molten metal into
shap bv centrifugal force.
When irregular or suppressed use
Triumph rills. Safe and dependable
in all proper cases. Not gold at lruff
Stores. Do not experiment with
for "Relief" and particulars, it's free.
Address: National Medical Institute,
others: save disappointment. Write
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THE BEE HIVE
bases its 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 the pciicy of this store to sell on a fair margin of profit and to give full
value DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR at all times.
. . ,2ltc pair
I Or it ml .V
t'ntton binding tape .V
reifecttonetto Hair Nets . . . 1c
Lace Collars and Vcstee 8ols !c
'rochet Thread c
Knitting Cotton .V.
Aluminum Percolators . . . .$I.K9
Cups without saucers
6 for $1.75
Mush bonis, first ipiality.
We havo received another
shipment of Tho Jim Dandy
l'lay Suits. This ono has peg
top dutch pockets. It lias prov
en a big seller with us. . . .SI.;I'J
YOUR SATISFACTION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WITH US IN
RUNNING THIS BUSINESS
Most people realize that a merchant cannot
give things awoy; they know he has to
make a profit; he isn't In business for his health.
In tho face of this statement we still claim we aro
giving you part of our profit by being satisfied
with less than is usually exacted. This gains
greater volume and after all we get the benefit.
Hut you share in it.
We are pleased to announce tho ' arrival of
new pattern In Dinnc-waie, made by the Mu
Nicolls pottery of thin country.
You will find a prevalence of grey la lliu dec
oration, which is the newest color to bo used In
dinner ware decoration. It will bo a pli u.siiro to
show you this pattern. Reasonably priced, ipiallty
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
ENDLETON . .iiT OREGON
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