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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16, 1021.
'News Notes of Pendleton '
; CALENDAR OF EVKNT8
Beptember U-S4 Northwest
Grain and Hay Show.
September 21, IS. 14Aanuia
Pendleton Round-Up. ,
Itlflo aiib To Moot
, The Pendleton National Rifle cliib
will hold a meeting this evening ut
g o'clock In the office of Coutts and
Avcrlll. The meeting hag been called
for the pur pone of marking arrange
ment! of speeding up the program of
the organization so shooting may be
enjoyed this fall. Order may be tak
en for a requisition of Springfield
found.v Mm. Dyer wan a sister of Mm.
Illuckbum of thin city and the daugh
ter of Mm. Minnie Chelf.
Funeral is Meld.
. The funeral of Elaine Dyer, aged 5,
daughter of Uhre Dyer and the late
lira. Dyer, who lost her life on the
steamer Alaska, was held today in La
Orande. Mr. Dyer, who wan Injured
In the wreck, ha not yet recovered-
sufficiently to return. Little Arva
Dyer, four year old daughter of the
Dyerk who was saved,, was brough
homeljy her aunt, Mrs. V. 8. Barnes,
of La Orande. The body of Mrs.
Mrs. Ktlll Dies.
The funeral of the late Mrs. ft. CI.
Still, of Milton, was held thin after
noon In Milton at 2:80. Mrs. Btill,
who died after a short Illness, was
well known In Pendleton.
Gnu Vletiiu Out of Danger. ,
C. H. Wheeler, who became very 111
more than a week ago from the ef
fects of gas after he had started dis
tillate to flow through a hose by
sucking the liquid through the hose,
Is out of danger and apparently little
the worse for his experience. His 111
ness was similar to that suffered by
soldiers who were gassed while In
France. For a time It , was feared
that Wheeler might contract pneumo
nia. He lives at 1300 West Railroad
To Do Aerial Stunts
' WUh the arrival this evening of
Capt. Charles I'arrnelee In a French
built standard airplane Pendleton
1 people will have an opportunity to see
morning by Douglas Clark, an aerial
ncrobat who is a companion of Par
malee. The men have been working
In California, Clark reports, and they
are on their way to Wyoming and
Montana where they will do stunts at
the state fairs. They have been In The
Dalles for about a week and plan to
stuy In Pendleton tonight ' and to
morrow night. They will also take
passengers oil flights besides furnish
ing thrills. The stunts will be per
formed over the; landing field east of
Display Attracts Attention
A roll of i:no;eum apparently Ihrust
through the plate glass window of the
Crawford Furniture Co. Is attracting
attention. The Illusion is convincing
and Is a part of a clever window dis
Dyer has not been recovered nor has some thrilling stunts. Word of the
the body of Duane, Klalne's twin, been coming of the aviator was brought this
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Don't Put Off
BUYING YOUR CANNING PEACHES
The crop isn't large and the best fruit will be
in this week and first of next
We are receiving some BEAUTIFUL EL
BERTAS every day.
"WASTE LESS-BUY THE BEST"
Pendleton Cash Market, Inc ,
301 E. Court Street
Phone 101 Private Exchange Connect
V I0I-"101 101 101 101 101 101 101 101 '
DON'T WAIT TILL THE DAY YOU NEED IT. WE
MEAN THAT NEW FALL SUIT. NOW IS THE
TIME TO PLACE YOUR ORDER.
Let us show you our new styles and "patterns in fall
and winter woolens and when you do we feel sure you will
buy. ; '
You know that Custom Tailored clothes are a secret
of good appearance, and also give you hundred per cent
better satisfaction in a long run.
We build our clothes to look good till they are worn
out Stop and consider and you will agree with us that
a good suit is the cheapest.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
The funeral of the late E. O. Mc
Cabe will be held tomorrow morning
at 10 o'clock from the Folsom under
taking parlors. Mr. McCabe, who was
40 years of age is survived by his wid
ow and their two small children, Wil.
Ham and Marion.
After a half a day's delay, caused
by rain, harvesting was resumed yes
terday afternoon in Umatilla county
wheat fields. The weather has been
sufficiently warm to make it dry
enough to continue. The maximum
today is 88, the minimum 49 while the
barometer registers 29.40.
Stage Driver Fined
Fancho Stubblefield, a driver on the
Pilot Rock-Pendleton stage, was fined
$100 Monday afternoon it the city
court when he entered a plea of guilty
to a charge of transporting intoxicat
ing liquor. The liquor was found by
the city police Saturday afternoon. He
paid the fine. -
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
PENDIiSTKWS LEADING TORE
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones 526
Other Depts. 78
Early Showing of A utum Styles
Visit Pilot Itoclf.
A delegation of boosters for the
Northwest Grain and Hay show went
to Pilot Rock this afternoon to see
how many entries of hay and grain
will be made from the south end of
tho county. Thoes making the trip
were Dave Nelson, Lowell Rogers, Jim
Sturgis and L. C. Scharpf.
Will See Hound-Up.
J. D. Peterson, an employe of the
American Express Company, in
Cooperstown, Xorth Dakota, wants to
see the Round-Up and in a letter to
T. P. O'Brien, local agent for the O.
V. R, & N, Mr. Peterson asks the
dates. He says Xorth Dakota has a
round-up but that It is a "small affair."
Jcpson Funeral Today
The funeral services for Matt Jep
son, aged recluse, who was found dead
Saturday was held today at Milton
where Interment was made. Efforts
on the part of the authorities to get
in touch with relatives thought to be
In the east were unavailing. Jepson
was a native of Germany, but he had
Hay Grower Visits.
Enthusiasm over the possibilities of
the Northwest Grain and Hay Show is
expressed by Lee Savely of Echo, who
with Mrs. Savely was a Pendleton vis
itor today. The baled hay necessary
to build the big structure In which
the exhibits will be housed will be
furnished by Mr. Savely. He will also
have some exhibits entered and de
clares that the hay growers of the west
end of the county will be looking out
to take a share of the prizes.
i 304 W. Webb Street
(Grit man Building)
Working on Happy Canyon.
A thorough reclaining of Happy
Canyon is under progress In prepara
tion for the activities of the night
show of the ltound-Up. Exhibitors
among the merchants and manufac
turers who had booths in the carni
val held during May are having their
fixtures removed, and this material
will be salvaged. Repairs will be
made on the seats, and C. M. Griswold
will make a test of the supporting
strength of the stands where the
crowds are seated. Work on the
scenic effects will be started soon by
IfL (lA WIS !
Mlm fer ssmri III 1
iS'A t All p&sssn. VL-4'
Of Tricotine, Poiret Twill, Canton and Rasanarha Crepe.
Of Veldyne, Mousyne, Pollyanna and Bolivit. Trimmed
with beaver, blue wolf, oppossum and squirreL
Of Poiret Twill, Tricotine, Veldyne and Mousyne, colors
black, navy, brown and sorreneo.
Especially good assortment of garments in the larger
sizes at attractive prices.
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stratlon agent, to Weston yesterday.
She will go to Umatilla on tho same
mission tomorrow. ;
22. caL for
Ask ITiidlcton Assixtanec
In a communication from the Ad
Club of La Grande, the assistance of
the Pendleton Commercial Associa
tion Is sought to make the Labor Day
celebration to be held in La Grande a
success. It is expected that Baker, La
Grande and Pendleton will cooperate
in the program. A request Is made
that Pendleton have a large delegation
in attendance and that the city be
represented by a float. The possibility
of getting Pendleton talent inerested
in a baseball game Is ulto mentlond.
A. AV. Nelson, formerly on the La
Grande Observer, is the new manager
of the Ad Club. For the Lator Day
celebration J, A. Gjermo is officer of
Child welfare work
Edith O. Van Dctisen,
tobacco makes 50
flood cigarettes for
(iocs to' Ifcitiilston.
Fred Bennion, county agent. Is in
Hermiston today in tho interests of the
coming Dairy and Hog Show. .
Dates Are Announced.
August 26 to 29' are the dates for
the Instruction in life saving and first
aid, to be given in Pendleton by Joseph
Hedges, assistant director of the Red
Cross f:rst aid department, .Northwest
Division. Mr. Hedges was hero last
year and conducted very successful
(classes. They will be held this year,
as last year, at the Pendleton Natato
rium. Rex Ellis, of this city, is in
charge of the arrangements.
PRIZE FOR BEST DEER
HEAD WON BY LOVELL
In the contest staged by Sol Baum
to determine the best deer head in
Pendleton, tho judges awarded the
prizes to Beit Lovell, Dan Bowman
and H. E. Cook. Mrs. William Goe
decke received favorable mention for
a large head, and It is probable that
she might have got in on the pri.c
award if It had not been for the fact 1 E3
that the head owned by her is 35 years j
old and the deer was killed in the cast. 3
The first and second priaes were j :
loving cups, and the third prize was i
a merchandise offering.
The judges of the contest were L. gjg
C. Scharpf, John Vaughan and K. V. '
Avarill. Size, beam and mounting
were the factors given consideration 3
in making the awards. .. :
The contest will be an annual affair I
and beginning not year, the contest
will be for heads secured during this
hunting season. In addition to this
contest, Baum will offer a cash prize
of $25 for tho largest deer head dis
played in his window killed with am
munition purchased from his place of
BT SHARLES E. HLGHES,
International News Service Staff
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 16. Many are
tho trials and tribulations of prohibi
tion as enforced in Southern Califor
nia. But the residents of a fashionable
Los Angeles district that was recently
"raided'' by federal authorities believe
they have a new brand of prohibition
When the officers charged upon the
foes of Amendment 18. occupants of a
'beautiful home, they obtained several
j hundred gallons of moonshine whis
key with a kick like a government
mule, several hundreds of an ambro
sial compound known as mash, a huge
still, and odds and ends of other things
that give the boot to bootlegger.
Either in an effort to get rid of the
contraband, or through accident, some
of the mash was poured from the win
dows of the house of guilt, ran into
the yard and penetrated even unto the i
When the early risers among the
barnyard denzlens awoke next morn
ing and went foraging they made a
discovery and gave the high sign to the
rest of the flock. After which the
following events happened.
A scouting pigeon saw the chickens
from afar and after wigwagging home
to his family proceeded to fall off the
An erstwhile modest and retiring
spinster-hen Insulted the family cat
and pursued him until Tom took ref
uge In a tree and refused to come
down for hours.
A respectable pullet staggered about
in public places and flapped her wings
and attempted to crow.
The upper ten of a choice and snob
bish breed of Leghorns refused to seek
the privacy of their perches at night.
but slept on their backs with the hoi
polloi, their feet extended to the heav
ens. A mocking bird which for 'many
njghts had been serenading neighbor
hood spooners suddenly forgot his dul
cet strains for a squawk ' that some
said sounded like a basso-tenor of an
Pigeons for miles a roil ml swooped
down and quarreled with the chick
ens as they partook of the mash, then
off, regardless of small boys and dogs.
Flies in that part of the city swarm-,
ed down in that one particular spot,
retiring therefrom in an aerial shim
my or clustering In bunches on bed
room and kitchen screens and sleeping
so thoroughly one authority believes
ho heard them snorfe. .
Now the neighbors believ they
have a legitimate cause for complaint
and want to know if there is not somo
less drastic measure of disposing of.
to misquote old Omar, "the corn that
can with logic absolute, amendment
IS utterly confut?."
sacred precinct of the neighborhood went off to a cool corner and slept it
When you feel lazy, out or sorts arid
yawn a good deal in the day time, you
need Herbine to stimulate your liver,"
tone up your stomach and purify
your bowels. Trice, 60c. Sold by The
Pendleton Drug Co.
Purity and healing power are the
chief characteristics of Liquid Boro
zone. It mends torn cut burned or
scalded flesh with wonderful prompt
ness. Price. 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold
by The Pendleton Drug Co.
When you feel dull, achey and sleepy
and want to stretch frequently, you are
ripe for an attack of malaria. Take
Herbine at once. It cures malaria and
chills and Puts tho system In order.
Price. 60c. Sold by The Pendleton
P011TI.AM WHEAT PRICES
PORTLAND, Aug. 16. (A. P.)
Wheat prices are: hard white $1.12;
soft white and white club, $1.11: hard
winter and Northern spring $1.10.
SENATE TO HAVE KIX1XS.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 16. (I. N. S.)
The senate passed a resolution pro
viding for a recess from Angust 24 to
Do you hide them where fire and burg
lars can destroy or steal?
Keep your valuables and keepsakes in
a Safety Deposit Vault.
This bank is installing the most up-to-date
electrical protection on its vaults. Your
valuables kept in our vaults will have this
added protection. ' ) ,:i
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