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DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PEJlDLETON, OliEGON, ' MONDAY EVE1TINC, SEPTEMBER 5, 1021. -
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News Notes of Pendleton !
CAl.F.NDAIl OF EVENTS
August 26-30 Water First
Aid course at City Natatorlurn.
Direction of Joseph C. HedgcH. .
. September 10 Hermlaton Ex
periment Htntlon Field Day.
September 19-24 NorthweBt
Grain nttd Hay Shpw.'' . ,
September 22, 23, 24 Ar-niml
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rxii'iioton Kounfl-up. ' v
October 7-8 Seventh Annual
Dairy and Hog Bhow, at Uer-
minion. . . , i t ', ;
! TraliHil fi' Coniowt.
' Six Pendleton girls,, Kli.abeth find
Katharine rlimpsorn Kditha Hurtlicll,
Het-yi Jlarrah, Mlen Anderoon and
Dorothy Hnrthc.ll, will demonstrate
the' otralKht' dowth method tit bread
mukinir .'at the Northwest Ciuili) and
Hay Show, September 22, from 10:30
tfi 11:30 a. m, The (tlrls received
tnilnliiB In tho work on Saturdav,
from Miss Helen CowkIII. of O. A. C.
an Unlqu'mcmbership ' contest has
taken at the Christian church Tillde
whool. YeMteday wm the first day of
tho content, und by the end of the time
of special endeavor a Koal of attend
agent,' Kach woman will 1ring a
basket lunch and coffee will he served
at the Btalio.l. The corfec Will be do
nated by Maurice deader, traveling
salesman for Volmt lirotherM. Mrs.
v Use the Phones
.Grocery, 2 Phones 525
, Other Dcpts. 78
Use the Phones
Grocery, 2 Phones
Other Depts. n
unco of 250 In being Bought. Lunddoil's ; J. K, Ilcan, of Umaplno, will pc,ak,
20-plece orcheHtra was a feature of
the program Kunday.
Try Out Horses
At Kound-i;p park yesterday a min
iature Bhow was slased by owners and
riders of horses for the edification ot
a number V faux. 'Impromptu races
ilth a Bide bet of five bucko, bncKlns
contests which were prompted by u
remark from one horsij owner to sonic
buckaroo to the effect that the rider
could not Hlick on a certain hone for
I2.S0 wore causes of "(he rivalry that
wan displayed. Quite a number of fans
were In attendance during the' after
noon, and the efforts of the horsemen
ravo rise to much enthusiasm.
tho til lo of her address be.lnff "Call II
if iy." Another feature will be a
fashion allow, which will t provided
by Alexander's department store' of
Hirer Trulls On Cahhiw Hill
Three different teams, traveling
thrive trails up a WnSliIll Which la sup-r Kxperliiipnt Station, ravs Mrs. I:dlth
po9d to be Cabbage 1PIII is the form O. Van Deuson, home demonstration
I'lans for TicM IV.;-.
Thn Jiernilston Community Club
will play i. large part In the women''j
program for Field Day, which takes
pl ice next Saturday at the Hermls'on
Xcw.-paiMT Men J'jj- Vjsit.
J. I'. Kellcy ami yofinsr son and O
Cjtr J.aiiijc, pf The Dalle Chronicle,
ley an vei Lisiiis niiuiiiKtsi oi uie
per audJjtiiKe la make-up man.
I'olico Apprehend, Triinnls.
Chut Mushman and . -'Krnest Hays,
students at the t'liemawa Indian
school near Salem, were arrested by
the police Kunday nifiht. The hoys left
the school hiHt Wednesday, August 81.
They are being held by the police un
til instructions from tho Bchool au
thorities arc received.
rFfDLCTO.VS LEADI4 VTitWV
"SEE TtiE WINDOWS
SEE THE WINDOWS
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extra large, extra fancy
Italian prunes 3 3-4 cents s
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PER LB. BY THE APPLE B0X.
Place yotir order qt once.
Golden State Mason Jars. ,
Flat. Jelly Glasses. ,
"You Can Depend on l6l" ,
Pendleton Cash Market,' Inc.1
301 E. Court Street
'Phones 101 Private Exchange Connect
lU'Cclvex (iainc I.as Biillelin.
A copy of the bulletin k game lavs
for 1W1, a department of asriculture
puhlicntjon has been received by E. T.
Averlll. Kxiens.e change htJVo been
iiado In a majority of the states dur
ing the ist yeur, the bulletin shows.
The little booklet shows these changes
und l,hft Ktatus of government laws as
well. Copies of the bulletin may be
secured by making an application to
'the Kama warden1 at I'r.rtland.
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g STILL DESPOTIC
I ' t rC A f K;S BL t!AS'''T
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ber Sale of Fine Furs
This is the? opportunity of.
the season to select your
Turs at a small margin of
profit to us from manu
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7 cr-' -1$
; ' OH. MR. SCHOOL BOY AND GIRL!
We have Just what you want to start you off rlfiht In your new
year of school. A happy start makefc success. TA'e have a full line of
the best make of l'enclls and Fens, miming- In price from 50c to $12.0(1
Each pencil or pen Is ituarn.itecd to give perfect satisfaction! We
ar equipped to repair all Ol'H Tens and Pencils FHKM
Wo also have an Ink that- does not cloic your pen and will wash
out. oC your clothes should you happen lo spill some on them, El'T.
when It Is put on paper It becomes permanent. AVe defy any Ink
((radlcator to rcmovo It from paper.
Ciftne In and see us. We aro offering a special price to users of
our refts and Fencils. t
THE IJCADIXG JKWFXKKS
Hunting Season Opens
- September First ,'
JOBLESS IS lie
rOUTUNT), Ore., Sept, . Unem
ployment in Cregon approaches the
Ki.OOn mark, nccordinK to A. V'. Jones
director of the Portland Municipal I
employment bureau, who bases h.--t es-
umale on reports from all sections of
tin. state. Ttie normal unemployment
in I'l-cKon .'s about V.UUU. K . ' J
The ; renter part of the army of job- j
less ii.i n is enmposed of jmskilled 1
wc.rliors. Howe. er, all the building
trades rep(-rt uiiemployment which av- j
or; res 41) jej: cent, Jones reports, and
ih the miscellaneous trades 20 per cent
aro v- ithout .work."
The hat vestlnit of rfTe hop crop in
Oregon, besinninff Se)tember 1 nnd
s. will provide tn
1 few thousand who
lasting four week
iiorary relief for :
aro now without work.
The city of Portland, anticipating
an unusually "hard wintur," is already
lnaKins: tonlativo plans .for creating
york for unen. ployed men .who are
WE ARE NCT QUOTING
FRIZES ,. ....
Vrre want you to see and
examine' the furs, get our
prices and make compari
sons with furs you have
seen then if you are in
the market, you will buy
A Small Deposit
will hold any piece of fur
that you may select until
you are ready to take it
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 6th and 7th
MANUFACTURERS' FUR CONSIGNMENT SALE.
S50.C00 DISPLAY OF EURS! AT SMALL MARGIN
OF PROFIT AEOVE MANUFACTURERS' COST
No Sale In t-ie part f've cr the yeara is comparable
From the standpoint of price with- thi event
Big Savings to You
It is hard to tell in simple facts the story of this
Sale without seeming to exaggerate. Fifty The
sacd Dollars' Worth of furs placed on sale at prices
that are lowest in years. Because one of the largest
manufacturers of His;h Grade Furs consigned to us
tor a two days' sale Tuesday and Wednesday, "The
FinestTur? Nature Produces," which means the best
furs on today's market in America.
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A special representative from the manufacturer
accompanies this consignment. He will be with us .
..for the two days, and it will be his pleasure to give
. his expert opinion on any piece of fur that you may
. .- be interested in.
...If you've been waiting through the past seasons
for lowered prices before investing in a new. Fur
.this is the time for your investment. Here are the
.loveliest and most luxurious pelts to be found, devel
oped in the smartest fall and winter models. . Every
new-avid intriging whim of fashionthe flaring coat,
the Tuxedo front wrap, the--Mandarin sleeve with
new turn-back .cuff or bell finish; some belted with
fur; coats v.hereMovely furs contrast, each-making
the other more beautiful, and lined with soft Jac
quard crepe, lustrous satins, in new gorgeous weaves
ail these'and more you'll find in this marvelous
Coats of Hudson Seal, Natural Squirrel, Scotch
Mole, Raccoon, Natural Rat, Genuine and Jap Mink
and Marmot in 36, 45 and 47 inch lengths, trimmed
in Fox, Beaver, Kolinsky Skunk, Squirrel, Mink and
self-trimmed. . . -
Beautiful Wraps and Capes of Hudsort Seal, Mole,
Mink, American Broadtail, Kolinsky, Platinum,
Carcul; some self -trimmed, others have deep dollar
and cuffs of some contrasting furs.
The furs belong to the
manufacturer until you
rhake the . purchase, con
sequently we can afford to
take a very small margin
of profit to handle the
transaction, thereby giv
ing you the benefit oof a
big saying. ;.-
-rSMALL CAPES AND'
of Wolf, Mink, Kilinsky,
Fitch, Mole, Squirrel,
Hudson Seal and beautiful
Fox skins in taupe, red,
black, cross f qx. ' . .
DISTURBERS OF DANCE
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Tnstruetions to managers of dance, T " - .... . -
pceonWeat' havthi hlii" t
,ftBii.i if th nr.lffs are not coiYM'Hctl r -- l'.'jt.l' i T:-rrvLm .'. . '-- , '- - - -j ... ......u... 1 r. j-? . m-
' Let Us Show You Our Large Assortment of
WINCHESTER GUNS AND AMMUNITION
They Get the Game.
TMth haw been iK-ued by the city au
thorities Ttie ruiins la a result of
diMurliancea that have occurred on
SaturQay nigtitH recently.
Ii.st Saturday uiKht for men era-
ployed on' the new boreal wmw
tarted troub; at I nion uaa, ami
when Clem' Worst, manaRer, started to
ject the rinskader of tho gang, the
other members came to the assistance
of the:v leader. The police had to be
called bere quht could be restored
'James Thompson, A. Siefert, C. M.
ltussie and H. lncss.-.-. w ere the meni-
hers of tiie quartet. , They wero placed .
in jail and were Riven their treedom
Sunday morniiifr on bonds of i each, j
They are nitfd to have . caused trouble i
before. Their trials in city court wiHi
ba held Tuesday moruint'. ' '
Card of I hanUs ;
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' I wish to thank ull who wore so
kind to me durini: the sickness and 1
bereavement ot my beloved husband.
Also for the beautiful floral offerings. I
it US. J.JMMA SPltlC.OS. 'I
We have gone through the stock of the
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H A n i S s
Discontinued lines go on Sale.
Nye-Vavd Co. and have marked, these Ikies for quick disposal
Laird bchoit?r & Lo. s
Oxfords and Tumps, the
season's newest stvles
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MEN'S BROWN CALF LACE SHOES
Welt Soles ,
When Mm lUo nes. 1'elham. N. ., prolessiona noiuv. vo . .e -u.
0,H.n B),,t rnaomionshli) he received the tit)pli- ru from Ihfc hand
rrrel'SrS Ha." I k Thfs to the first tlmo In history that the ftotf
rn'h7 h tin rntoa by toe uttlon. rulrBaiaw U . p.xifciua
4 Jubnv . ;
AH Missc ard Children's Shoe
Greatly deduced Prices.
, Women's Mercerized IIol-c, hnwnj
and black, 3 pairs for Wz
- BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES AT REDUCED riilCES.
BLASTER BROWN SHOE STORI
Formerly Nye-Ward Co.