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DAILY EAST OKEtfONtA?, PENDLETON, OIGON, TUHSPAY, MAY 14, 191R. FAG ft TK'H"H fclVS L'OTES BtopiiiiiK nt Portland Hotel. Mr. and Mr Hoy T. Bishop) of Pen nloton, are reentered at the Imperial Hotel in Portland, Itoturng from Vuklma. -M. It, I'lfkeiiiifr returned last night from Yakima where ho tins bean Visiting for the post few day.' W ill VMt In Illinois. Mrs. W. M. Laeey. of Unuyilla, Pent the day here yesterday, before starting for Illinois, where she will Visit. ' . ; - : night for La Orande.: Mr. Hodffes I, In search of better health, (iolnic to VMt Mother. Mrs. Ileulah Kerrlck left on one oi the nlchf trains for Portland1 where she will enjoy a visit with her mother Mr. I. E. Young. fiuiwrlnumdcnt Young KxiortedV ' Superintendent I- E. Young of the Umatilla county schools) was expect ed to return to Pendleton last night from a visit In Portland. Ciifnin Coming: Slay 28. W. J. Erlckson, manager of Humes' advertising car. Is here today, puttliik Up posters for the circus which will now here Tuesday, May 1J8, . at . the Bound-Up grounds. 4 Leave for Washington. Stephen Kuben, the Indian minis-" ter who filled the pulpit at the Chris tian church Sunday evening, and an Indian companion, left lost night on a business mission to Washington, D. Go to Ontario on Itulnrsa. E. C. Van Petten and M. A. Sprink ler, the latter with the RasmuBsen 1'aint company, left last night' on a business trip to Ontario. Mr. Van Petten returned yesterday from 80- itttlo, where he was called on business. l'cuuiclon I toy Ukos Jiavy. A letter from Kalph Grandln, for merly of the East Oregonlan, states that he likes the navy fine. Kalph Is now with Company A, 4th detention camp. LI. H- naval training station, at San Francisco, Cal. , sock for the Portland Uliokaroos, Is one of the leading hitters on the clu The first averages published show that he stands third on the team with an average of -833. Sullivan and Lee are the only two teammates whoso averages are fatter. George Pern broke, former Pendleton catcher, has not yet got his batting eye, his aver age being only .212. Cecil Casper, Income tax inspector, left here this morning for Heppner. Casper does to Hhpihkt. Leaves for Wyoming. Kobert C, Boyd left this morning for Sheridan, Wyoming. Visited, With Daughter. R. Alexander returned last night from a two days' visit with his daugh ter, Mrs. B. P. Dodd. at Hermlston. Dairy lHntlim Moved. , ' Lester Hurst and Edmund Mable have completed moving their herd of nillk cattle and dairy equltiment from th former farm to the; place Just above on McKay creek, which is near er their homes. " ' i Captain Wilson In France. Mrs. J. A. Drake has received a card from her son, Capt. D. H. Wilson, say ing he had sefely arrived In France. The friends of Captain Wilson will be pleased to hear that he was promoted from first lieutenant to captain short ly before sailing for France. Folding Classes to Coasr.'f It Is announced that all ' folding classes of the Red Cross surgical dressings work are tq ceaso operations until further notice, as Mrs. Charles Oreullch and the other ladles havo not yet returned from Beattle with the new orders, ' Montana Tourists Wop. A party of Montana tourists stayed overnight in Pendleton on their way homo from a western trip. In the par. ty were Hay Coulter and Mrs. Edgar Coulter of Helena; Mrs. Eva Batten of Virginia City, and Mrs. W. 13- Eholl of Toston. 1 O'lio. Woman ImHrovlng. - Mrs. L- D. Hhively. of lOcho. arrived here last night from 'Spokane where she recently underwent an operation, and where she has boon receiving medical treatment for, the past two months. . Her husband, who is signal malntalner at Echo, was In the city to meet her. Mrs. Bhlvely is now Im proving In health. t 1i In Search of Health. ", M. D. Hodges of Portland was herd Sunday and yesterday, leaving last j Peterson. Hailing .S3. , " ' Gunner Peterson, l'endletun recrulf who has been holding down the third KM Pr6of That This Store -Leads in Values Men eomo In here dally and tell as: "I Kant an other suit like the one I bought last season," IlOM "lOTIIK8. They got a full money's worth they found tho mirror's reflection hacked by the test of wear that I ho shaiK-linesH and style lasted. We'd IlkeAto show you some of theso wear-worthy clot lies. They start at t20.no. Come In and lnsect. You'll find our welcome as cheer, ful as our clothes. , . s , MAXIIATTAff SIllltTS .Y . NEW DKKKiNH. Lively patterns In fine Ma dras, Hilks and Mercerized silk effects. Beautiful color combinations. BOND BROS. .. . 1 'end Irion's . Leading t'ioMiicrs, from little Little Girl Is III. ' ..Mrs. Fred George came In Echo last ' night, bringing her girl, who Is ill, to a physician. - Goes to Buy Rugs. R. W. Hedges, of the firm of Craw ford and Hedges, left this morning for Portland where he will buy rugs for the company. Will Visit In Portland. Mrs. 8. A. Btubbs and daughter, Katharine, left today for Portland, where they will enjoy a two weeks' visit with relatives. Leaves After Auditing Books. It. J. B. Bethell, who has been here the past week engaged in auditing the books of the Farmers' union, left to day for Beattle. New 1erk on Duty. H. Dudley of Los Angeles, has ac cepted a position In the grocery de partment of the Peoples Warehouse, and has begun his duties- Will Go to Ontario. 11. c cioudman, geological survey classifier of the department of the In terior, who has been here on business leave oa cumber 18 tonight for On tario. .. ,,.. Will Maker Trip to Baker. P. Kwartz. who is In charge of the local navy recruiting office, goes to Baker tonight to Inspect som bill board posters. He will return tomor row noon. I ' 1 . 1 Ixraves on Business Trip. H. J. Johanessen, agent for the Monogram OH company, who makes his head'fuarters hers, left today on a ! business trip to Maker, La Grande jand Huntington. i Is Out for Commissioner. j Through an error In enumerating the list of candidates for county com missioner yesterday the name of James Ashworth was omitted. Mr. Ann worth Is running for the republi can nomination for cdmrntssloner and has as opponents If. A. Williams of Milton and George L Dunning of .stanfield. K was In Pendleton yes terday In behalf tit his candidacy and la confident of success. ' Windcrlco Is Discharged. John Winderlee who went to Camp I w Is from this county with the last draft contingent, has been discharged on account of being a German sub ject. All the other boys In the Uma tilla county contingent are doing well at the camp. They finished their physical examinations last Friday. The company tn Which Frank Engdahl la stationed is In quarantine until May 22 owing to a case of measles. Will Vnrurl Service Flag-. Tomorrow evening at Its regular meeting. Integrity lodge No. t2. I. O. O. F-. will unfurl a service flag in hon or of nine memhers who are In their coutnrys service. The men are Dr. J. A. Host, George N. Whltford, Wal ter E. Clark, Mont Wels, Charles F. Matthews. W. A. Burrls. Earl Wes ton. Frssk Moybrand and J. Floyd Hall. There will be a short program in connection. THE NASH SIX We are expecting another carload of Nash Touring Cars this week. It will be to your inter est to place an order early to insure delivery. No car has ever received a more hearty reception in Umatilla County. , , The Nash Club Roadster combines all the fine features one can wish for in an automobile. It is a strictly high class car. A demonstrationwill convince. Pendleton Motor Sales Company Cor. Cottonwood and Water Sts. Phone &30 Stockmen Are Warned. A telegram to the I'matllla forest service 'from the district weather ob server warns stockmen that showers may be expected tonight and Wed nesday and that the next few days will be colder with strong gusty westerly winds. The danger now Is that sheep which have Just been sheared and young lambs will be ex posed to the weather and die from ex posure. ligll School Letter Awarded. I A student body meeting was held , this morning st tho high school and th ofriclal "P" was awarded In bas ketball and track. Those receiving loiters In basket vail were Helen Nel son. Alice Finnell. Veva Cook, Helen Thompson, Edythe ljtlnff. Madeline Burgess and Mamie Hartnett- The boys receiving letters were Fits Ger ald, Heller, Kyle, captain -elect, Hud son, Tharpe. Strahorn and Casey. Those winning track letters were Sei bert. Saunders, Hudson, Hoidman, Beck, Smith and Casey. WE LEAVE IT TO JOUR JUDGMENT, AFTER A TEST OF WEAR YOU CAN BE SURE OF STYLE, QUALITY AND THE PRICE AT ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT TO PAY. House Dress Aprons w ) t A ' One look at these garments will satisfy the most exacting the desirability of these mod els. Of good quality of per cale in light and dark color ings, these house dress aprons are excellently designed and cut and evidence of high stand ard of workmanship through out. In straight bungalow style or gathered waist and fitted back models. Trimmed in plain pipings or ric-rac braid. Side button or open front style. Wide belts and fancy pockets. Prices $1.25 to $3.50; sizes S6 to 54. Gifts for the Girl Graduate These are found here in our Btore; below is a list of sugges tions that will help you. Waists, Skirts, Lingerie, Silk s Hose, Silk Underwear, Hand kerchiefs, Silks, Gloves, Purs es, etc. . , ik iti BLACK SATIN " A dress, suit or coat made of our black satin in sures style and quality. Offered in several qualities. 36 inches wide, and heavy weight. The yard $1.25 10 3)4.DU. ' : ' WASH VOILES and Organdie, offered in real spring patterns and coioruigs, neat designs oi stripes, piaias, cneCKS and small figures, 27 to 40 in. wide. The yard 20c to $1.25 OVER THE TOP VEILS Have you seen them? They are the newest in veils. Come in colors, with dots, "WOOLY BOY" . STANDARD CLOTHES FOR BOYS' AND LITTLE FELLOWS. These are the clothes that are especially tailored and trimmed to withstand ALL strains and unusual wearing service that the boys' require. They are strongly seamed and reinforced so that they will give longest service. . Bring in your boys to our clothing department and see how nicely we can eutf it them in a stylish "Wooly Boy" suit in any fabric you may like. We have a large assortment for your selection. Popular prices prevail $4.50 to $12.50 Military Officer's Caps for Boys. ... ... . $1.50 . .Military Officer's Suits for Boys. . $7.50 Before buying your boys' outfit visit our Boys' bection. o.'.jii'.t.'ia and running $1.00 to $2.00. squares designs. Each Extraordinary ; Men's Suits Sale To continue throughout the remainder of this week. If you have not already taken advantage of this great clothing offer, don't delay as the lot is grow ing smaller each day, but there still remains many extraordinary values. ,, n Note the liberal reductions:: $15.00 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $11.25 ' $17.50 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $13.10 $18.50 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $13.85 $20.00 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $15.00 $22.50 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $16.83 $25.00 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $18.75 $27.50 Men's Suits, Extraordinary Sale Price $21.10 WHITE WAISTINGS Make ub vour summer waists now. Our showing of figured, striped and shadow plaid voiles will please, and they answer the purpose. The yard 25c to $1.00. SERVICE ure of Satisfaction tato dipping-, Mr. Hhrock says. Mr. Smith has applied for a patent and ha already had several machines manufactured, at least two of which are In use among the farmers of this vicinity. Walla) Walla Man in City. Frank J. MacDonald and H. K. Wal lace are In the city from Walla Walla today. They are stopping: at the Ho tel Pendleton. MMli of invention. A small working- model of a vllrlol Inv machine Invented by . 1). Sin It n of Helix, Is on display at the office of County Agent M. f. Shrock. The ma chine Is for use In treating- iwd for smut which hi one of the blinrest en emtes Umatilla farmers have to flRht. Formerly the seed wheat especially In thin county, wan treateit by hand with blue vltrol or formaldehyde so lutions. This wan a long and tedious job for the men with large acreages, but with Mr. Smith's machine, one man can do as much work as four or five In the rame length of time. The wheal Is poured Into a 'perforated tank which retn In a vat of the li quid. The mm halls rise to the top anfl are nkirnmed off. After Immers ing, the 1nuer tank In wind lapsed to a certain height fnm where It is tip ped and" the wheat or other grain poured Into sacks. TUo machine im also valuable Cor po- In From llcllx To I ay. Joseph Bagwell, a prominent farmer of the Helix section. Is transacting bualness In town today. lvviierted Homo Tomorrow. Dave Nelson, who has been on a huAineas trip to Salem, Portland and Astoria, is expected to return to I'cn dleton tomorrow morning Uaby Son Is Horn. (Arrested for Km bcixlcment. A baby son was born to Mr. and I Albert X Mitchell, former ad vert is- Mra. Geo nee H. Kills of 15 Walnut Ing and circulation manager for the street, early this morning. j Evening Tribune ts under arrest in ( - The Dulles on a charge of embecale- Parkcr to Out on lioud Iment preferred by the Tribune Corn- Charles Parker, who was arrested ipan- He ia being held for an officer a few days ago, charged with con-ifrmn this county. tributing to the delinquency of a mi nor, is out on 91,000 bonds today. SMHOAV NOUI JlrvUltcr Here from Kpoknno H. Crommelin of Spokane, for a visit with his brother. Crommelin of the Pendleton mills- Every Drop Dtrtlar' Say Irmcrs. They say that rain in this section at ithis time of the year is worthy dol ls here ur drP" an1 at that rut, the 11 M 'showers of last night and today noon Holler To Visit Water Work. Members of the city council headed : by. Mayor John Vaughan are planning ' to make a trip to Thorn Hollow to-! morrow for the purpose of inspecting the work on the extension of the wa-.j ter main to the Chaplish springs. fwill mean at tea-st a few dollars more kin the farmers pockets, for there was 1.04 of an Inch rufnfal here, and It is OHlcnroe Oi.cn.tion THlay. reported there was even a heavier per- Mrs. William Johnson undenenl 'ntage in some surrounding districts, an appendicitis operation this morn-i".8 pr,d'ctod hat d 8akn m. trnn, whirh h R rm.rte,! am re-!n within the next day ' (more value than the "sweeper" Frank Sloan is Here j shower, although every drop of mois- Fr.nlrKWn fnrm'.r nmminrnf PPi. i,Ur Counts. The Wind Is Westerly. Hon f stfiiH W visitor here to- and tne ather cloudy, reported the , day. He is now running sheep In cen tral Oregon and says the winter there was milder than in Umatilla county. HTnlton Candidate Hem . E. P. Dodd. candidate for represen- Sermon to be In Evening. tative from Umatilla county, is here The baccalaureate sermon to be de- from Hermlston today. Mr. Dodd, live red to the graduating class of the lis a former Pendleton man. having Pendleton high school Sunday by been editor of the Kvenlng TrllHine Rev. R. K. Uornall will be given In the some years ago. evening instead of the morning. The ' weather observer this afternoon. The maximum temperature for the day whs iv aegrees, ana me minimum . j orvlce Is to be held in the Methodist church and a cordial invitation is ex tended to the public. Four Mure Trainmen. Jacob H. Boohern. Joseph A. Payne, U B. Sharp and A. I Ftone, all rewi- Jpending furlough asktm rtAnti of Athenn. have enrolled todaV 'Sent them by i 1 i - i n il i; 1 SOI.IWtltS- IVK W.VU-VEtt Arx Tokl to IW On Guard .jcalnst New i Swindling fec-tit-mrs. CAMP TAYI.OR. Ky Jilsy 14. Wives of soldiers should bwsrs of the army swindler. He hss made his ap- ' - earance thruURhout the country. Re cording to word received here. Theii scheme is to wire relatives of an Im- money be ! IT-COC IOKO OiOeot wrLlriic teleitraph and rMUPst- J Itrtdn Nearly (nilctl. ;for service as trainmen with the ror- j"n Identification be waived. After Ueulenaat-Colonel Lor4 Oeorse W.. The steeUaork of the t.ew govern- ernment in France. Orenon la to pro-!' "ey are never heard from. An- leslev. treat sraodson of th t'uk. f ment bridge across the river st XI Is-1 vide J5 men under this call and the 'other way is to have the money sent Wellington, -the Iron Duke, hs slon Is nearly completed, according to ; list is not yet full. The roster is to be 'care posioffice. general delivery. ,ome to the United states to taK'e Major Kwarulander. and will be closed May and If not enouRh men j ichanre of the Jtoyal Alp Force men ready for u.e In about 10 days. Th, have been secured by that time the) A" autocratic spirit Is what set Sa-!ln the eastern part of the Unite npi.iuaches are yet to bs built. 'draft will be used, i (tan up in business. iBtates. -