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DATES JULY 10-16
DATES JULY 10-lfi
CALKNDAH OF EVENTS
Jun 27-Aufurt Mummir
July 10 to l KUIion-Whlto
September !, 28. 14 Annual
WIH Attend Convention.
Itev. W. A, Oressman, pastor of the
Christian church, accompanied by his
wife anil Hon, left on last night's train
for Turner, Oregon, where 'Rev. arena
limn will attend the state convention
of Christian churches which In In scb
Hlon there thin week. He Is also one
of the speakers on the proKrnm, hav
ing for his Moplc, "The Splrltiinl Life
nnd Prayer." After the convention
they will visit a few weeks with Mr.
Crewman's parents, who reside on a
farm nt Pleasant Mill, Oregon.
Knight Had Wjf pu-nlc.
One barbecued steer, four mutton
and 20 bunhels of Weston mountain
potatoes were missing yesterday aft
ernoon when some 1D00 Knights of
Pythias and their families concluded
their big picnic lunch at Cold Springs
camp above Weston. So great wus the
supply was nearly all .exhausted de
spite the fact the guests brought part
of their lunches with them. During
he day a program was carried out
with W. M. Peterson and J. T. Illnkle
as prominent speakers. i
Swklnff IOFt Cousins,
Chief of Police Roberts has received
a letter from Mrs, li. Catherman of
Boise, asking for Information ubout
Arch, Harry or Harvey Little who
"used to be In or around" Pendleton.
Mrs. Catherman Is a cousin of the men
and says she Is anxious to locate them.
Hlds to lie Oix-nrd
The bids for the construction of the
new wing for the State Hospital will
he opened In Salem July 12 at the of
fice of the hoard of control. The
funds for the wing total $160,000 and
of this sum, about $145,000 Is to be
used In the construction. The remain
der will be used for furnishings but
the contracts for them will not be let
until the building is nearlng comple
ton. The contracts will be let from the
Umatilla county. With hlrn Is Mrs.
Cohen and their .sou and, the trip Is
being made by motor. They came to
Pendleton from the Deschutes country,
Heppner and Condon and Mr. Cohen
reports that everywhere crops arc
splendid. He will visit other parts of
Oregon and will go to Washington and
Idaho also before returning to Port
land. Mr. Cohen deplores the fact that
the Ststo Highway department has'
given out word that the highway is
finished, for ho says that cars are forc
ed to wait for hours near Rufus where
road construction Is under way. Tenmsj
are neeeSHury to pull the machines
from the sand, Mr. Cohen states.
I-awronce Itingle is the flint farmer
of the Stanton region to 'legin har
vesting this year. Operations com
menced today on his ranch when the
combine began work.
Market Kdltor huto
Hymen H. Cohen, market editor of
the Oregon Journal, Is malting Pendle
ton his headquarters while on a tour
attenedanoe at the picnic that the food of Inspection of the wheat crop of
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Windows Have Displays
Pendleton business houses- Khowed
attractive patriotic window displays
yesterday In honor of the Fourth of
July. Flags and red white and blue
bunting were used with good deco
Mr. Sayrcs Iterovcrs
R. D. Sayres, manager of The Peo
ples Warehouse, has recovered from
his illness and Is once more at the
store. Mr. Sayres underwent an ope
ration recently at St Anthony's hospital.
Return To Portland
Allen Folsom, Waldon (Pus) Hyers
and Richard Rice left today for Port
land where they are attenedlng the Y.
M. C. A. sc hool. They aie taking col
lege preparatory work. Richard
Lawrence is also at the school In Portland.
PENDLETON'S LEADING! "TORE
Your Vacation Lugga
Get it now and buy it here. A big assortment to select from. All sizes and shapes. The prices are unusual
for such well made Luggage. ,
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uver lMie rag.s aim jjosiom wags to gio
An Over Nite Bag or Boston Bag is a real pal on a
short trip, they take care of a lot of things, they are
so handy to have along. Have a look at our line, we
can please you.
Wi-nllier Is Wanner.
The weather is warmer today and
the barometer gives indication that
fair days can be expected. The max-!
Imnm today is SO and the barometer
registers 2'J.tiO. Jjist night the tem
perature was BO.
Traffic VMators Pined
Two violators of the traffic laws
were apprehended yesterday In Pen
dleton. They are It. R. Heckham,
Athena, who paid $5 for violation of
the parking regulations, and Henry
Johnson, of Pendleton, who forfeited
$5 bail after being arrested for speeding.
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.
scorn'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
Hansen's Jewelry Store
IVwer Indians TIiIm Year.
Fewer Indians than usual were en
camped this year at Cuyuse for the
Fourth of July celebration, say local
people who visited the old Ntamplng
ground yesterday. Races formed the
diversion of the day yesterday and the
celebration will continue during the
Traveling Bags $2.50 to $40.00
Well made, large and small sizes, good and roomy.
Just the thing you need on your vacation trip. Have
a look at our assortment. You will like the styles.
Trunks $10.00 to $82.50
Trunks of all kinds and sizes. Regular Trunks,
Steamer Trunks, Ward Robe Trunks, small, medium
and large, well made, good strong locks, heavily
trimmed on corners so as to take the rough knocks
of travel. Before you buy a trunk be sure to look at
ours. We'll save you money too.
Suit Cases $3.00 to $30.00
Of course you'll need a Suit Case for the trip, as
you can take every thing you want along for a short
stay. Suit Cases of generous size to the real small
ones. Made of cane, leatherette and all leather.
Made strong to give good rough wear.
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Wlicut is Saltageil.
It Is estimated that about 10,000
sacks of wheat will be the total am
ount salvaged from the big grain fire
at Myrick. The work still continues
but was delayed somewhat by a re
currence of a blaze last evening. In
surance adjusters are here and it is
thought they will have finished their
work by the end of this week.
22. cal. for
CHAUTAUQUA DAYS, JULY 10 to 16
Colonel Purlong to Sjs'ak.
Colonel Charles Wellington Fur
long, F. R. G. S., will speak tomorrow
morning at 9:30 at the Pendleton
high school auditorium before the
summer normal school students, his
topic being "Argentine and the Pata
gonlan Pampas." The lecture will be
Illustrated by lantern slides made
from photographs taken by Colonel
Furlong. H. K. Inlow. director of the
normal, states that the public Is in
vilcd to the lecture.
school today. Miss Suhl is a student
at Cniversity of California and is
spending the summer here. Mrs. Ger
trude Nash., principal of Hawthorne
school was chosen secretary. The
student body now numbers 106. Work
at the summer normal was resumed
today after the Fourth of July holiday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Punch of Arling
ton are the guests of Mrs. L. T. Bunch
of Adams for the week end.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Lieuallen, Mr. and
Mrs. pert Kirby, Mn and Mrs. Charles
Dupuis, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christian
and Mr. and Mrs. Revella Lieuallen
motored to the river to spend the
Mr. and Mrs. L. L Lieuallen and
daughters Doras and Dena. Rev. Luth-
lll.rr lfiia KlIST SonMlll.
The summer normal school now in er, and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shaltz
session is creating a busy season tor
the Umatilla county library, say li
brarians. Reference books are in de
mand among the student-teachers.
The library hours are from 1 p. m. to
r.:30 p. m. and from 7 p. m. to 9 a. m.
100 Swim at Xat.
About 100 people swam at the Pen
dleton Natatorium yesterday, the
number being smaller than the usual
Fourth of July crowd because so many
local people BPent the holiday at Leh
man, Hldaway or Hingham. The
number is less than the average Sun
Miss Subl Is Chosen.
Miss Alvena Suhl, of this city,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Suhl, was chosen president of the stu-
ncnt nody of the summer normal
ODSNE AND HONEY ARE
GOOD FOR INFLUENZA
LONDON, July 5. A new preven
tion for Influenza has been discovered
by Dr. J. A, Taylor, a prominent Eng
Describing the result of his experi
ment in the British Medical Journal.
Dr. Taylor says ordinary tincture of
Iodine is mixed with honey and plac
ed on the tongue every two or three
hours or oftener.
When the recent influenza epidem
ic broke out Dr. Taylor was in Cgandu
and he says that wh.le Europeans and
natives who were treated in tbis way
escaped the epidemic, in other settle
ments and camps around him the
mortality was very high.
motored to 4he river to spend Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lieuallen, Mrs.
Henry Bane and children. Dr. F. A.
Lieuallen and family motored to the
mountains to spend Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. JUlcom of Tacoma,
who are touring around Oregon, pass
ed through Adams Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larabee and
Rodrick Clyde motored to the river for
a days outing and fishing and caught
a good many fish.
Mr. and Mrs. otho Stoll nnd family
of Pendleton motored to Adams Sun
day and were the guests of Mrs. Mar-low-
for the day.
Mr. and Mrs. George Bradley and
Georgia motored to Pendleton to do
Mr. and Mrs. Garth Stoll and sister
Martha drove to the river for the
Fourth and for an outing.
SOBER FOURTH OF JULY
(Fast Oregoninn Special.)
ECHO, July 5. The M. E. Church
and friends held a most delightful
patriotic service and basket dinner in
tho grove at the school house Sunday.
After the reading of the Scriptures
and sinirine. a most entertaining talk
on the growth of development of our'
country was given by Attorney Peter
son, while a patriotic reading by Rita
Thomas was enjoyed by all. Rev.
Wolff very ably talked on our coun
try's relations with the rest of the
world. After the conclusion of the
program everyone thoroiiifhly enjoyed
the eats from the well filled baskets.
Echo spent a sane Fourth, there
were a number of small picnics and
pleasure seekers in small groups who
sought diversion by motoring to the
reservoir and nearby towns, hut no at
tempt was made to hold a celebration
Mr. and Mrs. Paul McN'air are visit
ing with friends and relatives in I'ome
Mrs. H. R. Slavens left Friday for
Albany Oregon to visit for a few days
with her daughter who is living in that
city. From Albany she expects to go
to Lebanon and other near-by cities to
transact business matters, before re
turning to her home at Echo.
Miss Margaret Hills spent the week
end visiting at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hill, Miss
Hills is attending the summer normal
school at Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hair of Spokane
are spending a part of their honey
moon visiting here at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Frank Spinning.
J. P. Rethlefsen returned to Echo
Sunday, after spending the past thre
weeks on Butter Creek visiting at the
homo of his daughter, Mrs. Lena
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Davis nnd family
motored to Yakima to spend the
Fourth in that city. j
Mr. and Mrs. F. T. George left Sun-
nay morning in ineir car lor Astoria to
visit friends. They expect to return
Mrs. Archie Bond of Tendleton
spent Saturday visiting at the Watten
burger home at West Lawn.
O. K. Mudpe spnt Monday in Echo
visiting with his brother, A. C. Mudge
Mrs. jr. E. Esselstyn. returned to
her home at the Dalles Sunday after
visiting her with relatives for the last
P,M.r Mra' R R Vcplv motored to
I ortland nnd Sheridan Sunday to visit
tor about two weeks with relatives.
J hey were accompanied as far aa Port
land by Mrs. A. . Mudge and little
daughters, who will visit for some tlmo
at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S
Mudge at Orenco, Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Spinning spent
Saturday with friends In Pendleton
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SPANISH CABINET KESH5XS.
LONDON, July 5. (I. N. S.1 The !
Spaa'sh cabinet resigned, a Madrid
dispatch declared. The ministers have
been threatening to quit for a week i
due to a discussion over domestic pol-'
I'lione SIO-W I o. tins' 3S
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ADAMS July a. Miss Margaret,
Adams of Pendleton. Is the guest of
her uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and Mis. T. A.
Lieuallen. for the week end. i
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Shntz and
children, Charles and Dene, motored
to Pendleton Friday.
Mr. and Xlrs. T. A. Lieuallen and
Rev. Luther moored to Pendleton
Casper Woodward and daughter;
Laura, and May Jane, motored to Ad-,
ams Friday. I
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Lieuallen of Pen-
dlcton and son Frederick and ilatigh- ;
ter Barbara, motored to Adams Frl-'
day and were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Lieuallen. j
Miss Beulah Spencer returned to:
Pullman after spending a week at ;
homo in Adams.
Dave Stone. Joe Elliott nnd F. M. ,
Whllteley motored to Pendleton to
bear returns of the prize fight Satur-,
Mr. and Mrs. Innbarth Clark nnd
children Mrs. L F. Bunch nnd Willi
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bunch jV
colators, 3 quart
heavy gauge, best
quality. Special at
The Bee Hive
"More for Less"
tion cut glassware,
all pieces.' Special
Extraordinary Price Concessions in
White Flyer Laundry
Soap. 21 bars for $1.00.
Hand decorated china
cups and saucers, three
patterns to choose from.
Special at 27c each.
Satin finish candy kept
in the most sanitary way.
Not handled by the hands,
the best summer candy
made. 45c per pound.
THE BEE HIVE prices are the lowest possible in keeping with successful business
operation. A business man cannot give his goods away but volume of sales does per
mit of a less selling price owing to the cut of overhead expenses. It is this volume
of sales which we are after and y ou will share in our success to the degree in which
you extend us your patronage. Our policy is one of co-operation involving mutual
benefits in which we ask you to partake.
Cut Star Sherbits. high
stem light blown, 6 for $3.
Cut Star Tumblers, high
stem, light blown, 6 for $3
And other articles in
light blown glassware to
add distinction to anyone's
Infants' Half Hose in all
patterns. Buster Brown
quality, 39c pair.
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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING. JULY 5, 1921.