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TWELVE PAGES P3IEY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1918. page Timrn 17 hi. OF aM (hi hiiLu Spent Day in Portland.-. City Surveyor CK.ary KlmbrU spent i to show them something about Pen- Monday attending to business matter 'ileum's famojis ihuw. Ho says there ruruuna, t v ur nome Pendleton boy in hi rem ittent Secretary Cranston today for- Will Attend Convention. ' I. C. Artebum end J. V,. Ireland left yesterday for Beasl.te where they will attend the annual convention of the I. O. O. I lodge. live boys in his company and he want, Jed the Pendleton sQuad with a score of 134, Aher records by Pendleton- I Inns were Dr. F. I. Ingram 132. J. McNurlth lug and Guy Wyrick 127. The high, score yesterday was by H. K. I'oston of Kan Francisco, who shot j 146. ' Here to Visit Ulster. ' Mrs. J. 9. Hontly arrived here this morning and will enjoy a visit with her ister, Mrs. A. M. Mover. Mrs. Bent Jey' home is at Benton, Wash. Called by Jallicr Death. Mrs. H, A- Clemens of Ktanwood. Wash.; and Vnn V- Bowman of Port land, were expected to arrive here last night, called by the death of their father. Daniel Bowman. ' Will Drive Htudchaker Car Home. Holland Oliver who departed about two weeks ago on a trip throuKh east ern states expects to return home In a new Studebaker car, which lie will drive direct from the factory. So re ports Kyle Long.- " ? i funeral Service Postponed, The funeral service for the late Daniel Bowman "Which was to have been held this afternoon has been postponed 'until 3.00 o'clock tomorrow : afternoon, pending the arrival of rela tives. The service will be Jield In Brown's chapel. -warded some literature to the soldier. Including a set of the 1817 East Ore gonlan Hound-Up editions. Will Build Addition. B. I. Htnlth yesterday took out' a permit to build a small addition to a residence, at 1201 Court street. . Many Take Out IJcciiMrw, l Twenty rooming house and hotl proprietors took out licenses under the new city ordinance yestejday. ffnve Ad-a-Tread Agency. The Hlmpson Service company have added the ad-a-tread agency to their service line. Uixllmrg AMint-d Hect'lver. Jn the Blewett bankruptcy case. Judge C. A. Wolverton yeBterday ap pointed K. 'H. Ltndberk as temporary receiver, pending the electlun of a trustee. Ciuno to See Daughter. Mrs. A. K. Bull came over from Ia Grande today and will visit at the home of her daughter, Mr. Fred Krebit. Ix-avcs fur Minnesota. E. H. pagers left today for Perham, Minn., following a three month stay In Pendleton Mr. Eggers, who Is brother of Mrs. W. A. Rhodes, of the I Quelle cafe, plana to return to Pen- Idleton in the fall for the Round-Up. County Aftcnt on Trip- County Agent M- H. Shroek left yesterday for .Stan field and Hr mix- ton where he will consult the farmers He will return to Pendleton tomorrow. Will toKtato in Pendleton. Dr. J. I. Plamondon was In Pendle ton yesterday from Athena. He is contemplating re-locating in Pendle ton in the near future. It will be re membered that Dr. Plamondon cently received hie discharge from the IniHovliiir Show ItooinH. The Pendleton Motor Sales com pany 'has lot contracts for important Improvements to be made ai the com pany's garuge, corner Cottonwood and Water streets. Partitions will bo put In cutting off a large show room for cars and the office room generally remodeled. Would Spread (ound-l' I'm mo. Clyde Crosby., lOugcne boy In the 128th Co. 7th Meglment I,'. 8. Marin.. Corp has wrilti'n to the Commercial Club from Sun Juan Hill, .Snmlugo Cuba asking for literature on the Bound-Up. Ho says there are some -' i .- Austin u. Moore left yesterday for armr tor .physical disability Pullman, Wash., where he will -rlalr his parents before reporting at Wash ington, -T :C, tor war mall service. probably abroad.' Moore has mall clerk on one of thctrnins ning out of Pendleton- I la nui -o!uIIIIuh P(Nr. According to Sifpervisnr W. W. Cry der of the Umatilla National forest, who recently returned from a tour of the tract, range conditions are some what unfavorable; as there has been less water In the mountains than h expected, and the cold weather has kept the grass back. The waler Is ai re lower than usual. Weal her Cold at I'kluh. E. I. Thrasher was in the city to- been i-ay -rom Ukialt and reports the wea- iner ireezina. am tola or a caKe oi jice which formem a 10-pound pail of water last mans-- 1 He says that sec tion Is much in need of warm weather and rain. Hamilton Iji-ads Sliooters. In the 150 bird shoot at the Oregon trapHhooters' annual tournament in Portland yesterday, C. J Hamilton Rc-Hccdinjc Hurley. I'M Forrest wa In Pendleton yes terday from Ida farm east of town. He reported that he is engaged In ro siedlng over 10 acres of barley that bad rotted in the ground. To some this seems rather late to bo seeding, j but Mr. Forrest has all confidence! in the result. . He says that he real l:ed $76 per acre last yeier from land re-seeded in tne same manner. ft SI 1 idCTY fi $k fit m n : ' -) i fu . - I & BOND FINE Islio1 PallMlc tmliiir. UiKhop Jtobert Paddock, EplscopaJ hlKhop for eastern Oregon, is coming j from Hood River with a number ot (the clergy of the district, Friday, for a short conference before the bishop.' leaves for war work In France- There f will probably be a confirmation, and other sacrament, although it is not known certainly aa yet, as the Bishop's i length of stay has not been learned- CLOTHES For Men "ho Have Been Around and Know . That you are still t able to get in these war times BOND FINE CLOTHES' from $20.00 speaks well for the wonderful organi zation back of these suits. These- clothes suggest quality at first sight and Tirove it in the wear and satisfaction. The sewed in label is your guarantee of quality. ; BOND FINE CLOTHES $20.00 to $40.00 Greater variety of pod els and fabrics. BOND BROS. Ponrtlcton'n UiHtix Clothiers Sam CrowiHT Seriously III. Bam Crowner, former Pendleton man, is so seriously ill in Portland fol lowing a recent abscess operation, that he is expected to live only a few hours, according to a message receiv ed by K. L, Thrat-her, a brother-in-law of Ukiah, who came in to take the train for Portland this morning. Mr j Crowner lived in and around Pendle ton for about 25 years. Just R eceiv'd! A Carload of -DODGE BROS. TOURING CARS , Just Received Today. We expert to also receive a "carload of Nash Touring Cars jMonday or Tuesday. In order to obtain one of these fine cars it will be necessary f 01? you t act at once for Jhalf of them are already sold. ' Pendleton Motor Sales Company Cor. Cottonwood and Water Sts. rhone 530 Colored Hootptwr Pays. Ernest Allen, colored janitor of the. city, decided to pay.a fine of 150 yes terday ratherthan go to trial for boot- j legging- He waa caught Saturday ; evening In one of the office building.i of the city, which he had been using as a distributing point for his bevei-j ages, and pleaded guilty to the charge ' of bootlegging- He wan brought into the city recorder's court by Chief ,of ! l'olice Roberts. j IO.MKftB Transfer to Minneapolis. Mr. Wm. Dunn received a letter yeMerday from hia son, Harold, who Is at Camp Ijewls, In which he states that his troop in expecting soon to be transferred to Minneapolis. Speaking of Jhe army, Harold nays he, has. not yet attained the rank of general, but enjoys very much being In the ranks as a private. The only thing thorb ling them is when they will get a chance to g to France. ftome. ftiiarnT rmitol to mum The Girls Honor Guard of Tutuilla have extended a general invitation to the members, of the Pendleton Home Guard to attend the dance to be giv en at Hillside Home on Tutuilla this evening. Thts evening 1 regular drill night for the' guards and Captain Leo Drake states that, they will be dis missed early to give all an opportu nity to attend. The dance is given for the benefit of the Red Cross and a large attendance Is anticipated. Not Ir Hc-talk-rs. The President, by a proclamation signed May 14, 1S1H. reo.ntres all Indi viduals, partnerships, associations and corporations, except those specif ically exempted by the food control act, engaged In the Importation, man. I'facture, storage and distribution of I i tools, utensils. Implements, machin ery and certain other farm equipment to secure federal licenses not later than June 20. 1918. ' ft Is not un derstood the precisions of the new regulation apply to retail dealer Therefore It will not be effective In Pendleton. J I Alaskan Guests Icarc. I Bishop and Mrs. P. .T. Rowe. who have been the guests of Rev. and Mrs. ! Alfred Lrfickwood, at the Episcopal i rectory, since Saturday evening, left this morning for Seattle, where they I will make a short stay. , They v. Ill ! probably leave soon after to return : to Alaska, where the bishop has been laboring for the past S3 years. Bishop ' Rime made two Interesting talks at the Sunday services at the Church of the Redeemer, during which he spake of the early missionary work. in ATas j ka, wijh which he was associated be I f'.re .the gold rush at the end of the i century. He told of experiences! be fore the railroads came, when the j population was chiefly Indian and Ksklmo and when he was the first Kplscopol bishop In that country. r fin i m )' jJ If" """" GIFTS FOR THE GRADUATE The time is short in which to get that gift for the graduate. Consult the list of suggestions below and come to this store for them for the SWEET GIRL Graduate: Silk Hosiery Corsets Silk Underwear : Silk for Dresses Gloves Parasols Colored Umbrella Silk for Waist Crepe de Chine Cami soles Crepe de Chine Combi nations Crepe de Chine Gowns Silk Petticoat Billie Burke Pajamas Georgette Waists ' Silk Negligee Silk Kimona Silk Sweater or Slipover Middies 1 COLORED WASH GOODS Now is the time to pick out that Summer Wash Dress f rom our assortment of colored wash goods. You will find colors and combinations that will please. Stripes plaids and neat patterns. Voiles, or gandie and batiste. We will be glad to show you and help you pick out that dress. Priced the yard 12 'ic to $1.00. . SECO SILK For that Summer Lingerie and dainty wear. Of fered in shades of pink, flesh, white and many other shades. ' Washes like linen. The yard 35c to 50c 36 inches wide. WHITE SKIRTING ' ' v The- time is drawing near when the White Wash' Skirt will feel good. We are showing a splendid as sortment of plain weaves, stripes and diagonal weaves. The yard 33e to $1.00 .- - . - i 1 . . '- BARONETTE SATIN - ' The newest silk of the season, offered in plain col- ors and fancy stripes and plaids. Has a high finish' and splendid for suits and skirts. Have a look at them. f ; JAPANESE NAINSOOK : An excellent fabricor lingerie and baby dresses. Very fine sheer quality with a permanent finish; 36 inches wide, wears well, put up in 10 yd. boxes. The yard 30c, 40c, 50c Graduate in a A r.T T A HPT7 55 Then you'll look your best, for we can fit you in a "Graduate" Suit that will give y6u the most be coming and stylish ap pearance. "Graduate" Suits are hand-tailored and designed for young men. They are made in all of the approved styles, including the smart mili tary effect. ' ' For your graduating we have the most desirable shades and patterns in blues, browns, greys- and other pleasing colorings. Our extensive assortments contains perfect fitting suits for all sizes of figures in all the newest and snappiest styles $15 to $35. - FURNISHINGS FOR YOUR GRADUATION Beautiful new Silk Shirts in all the newest and prettiest colorings . . . .'...,... $4.00 to $10.00 mm 1 -Air SCHLOSS . BALT1M035E- CLOTHES Dress Gloves . J $1.75 to $3.00 Nifty New Neckwear, crisp new silks, new designs new shapes .'. : 50c to $3.50 New Straw Sailors and Panamas, imported straw sailors $2.50 to $4.00. Panamas $4.00 to $10.00. Silk Hose in colors, stripes, embroidered, etc., 75c,' $1.00 to $1.50. VISIT OUR MEN'S SHOP FOR YOUR TOG GERY. " - nr thrift STAMPS Every body's do- V ' ' ' Make It a point to bur a THRIFT STAMI- every day. it had not been killed, but had died, probably of disease. The fellow did not oftvr the hog to any other mar kets, jut got away. Monday night the deceasedporker was found in a ai.e alley, with a couple ot'gunnysacks over either end. The chief of police called two butchers to examine It. who said that the flesh indicated that the animal had not been- killed and bled, but that it had died, as the meat looked red and feverish. The state laws are such that the fellow who of fered such an animal for sale has a severe penalty awaiting him. If caught. , I ct Illm Fat It Himself. . i Pendleton police are looking for ; the "meanest man." Said Individual, ! who appeared to be a farmer, came ; Into town Saturday and offered a 'dressed hog to the butchers. One lo Ical meat dealer examined the animal ar.d refused to buy' it, declaring that In Portland on Hnidne-a, Leon 1 Cohen, president of the Peoples W arehouse, lert last night for a bustness visit in Portland. War Savings Stamp Itc-porta, City Chairman J. V. Tallman for the war savings stamp drive reports the sale Saturday by the toadies Aux iliary of 17!S.23. Through the ef forts of J. J. Han-ley. chairman of the committee for his block on Court street the greatest total was sold- His quota was SS77.43. Next to this came H. Alexander's committee with 345. S. In the county stamp sale It. T- Blshop. county chairman, reported that through efforts of Jennie Cham berlain, district chairman, at Cklari. lit per cent, of the entire quota for t-'klnh has been sold. The amount of stomps sold exceeds $2200. Pennants, pillows and pictures are very much desired as well as other souvenirs which could be displayed. To Often firtx-ery at Athena. A. H. Grover Is putting in a stock of groceries at Athena In the building where the Dell Brothers' stock burn ed out a year ago, and W. E. Haynle of that city will be manager of the new store. Mr. Haynie has been con. retted with the I'endleton Trading company, but will leave that company at the end of the week. The Athena store will be open for business about June X. Will Open Maternity Hospital. Mrs. C X. Nichols, a state regis tered nurse, announces that! she will in the next two or three weeks open a maternity hospital at 644 Thomp son street. iluden lMielns tJranls Divorce. I Minnie A- Carlisle has been grant- ed In Judge O. W. Phelps court a de t cree of divorce from George V. Car- j lisle. Lemon Juice For Freckles Gh-Ut r Makev beauty ratio at homo for few oanta. Try It! Konstd-I'p Mieuu-s Comhur In. A number of ltound-l'p Tenants and pillows have been sent to the I'm all I la county library for Itev. J. it Cornellson, who is in town tivday from the Tutuilla Mission. Itev. Cornellson leaves in about 10 days for a sailini, point from where he will go to France to do Y- M. C- A. work and he is very desirous of having many emblems of Indleton and the Kound-l"p to take with him. in order that he may fix up hia "hut"' or canteen, with them- .-Ttulgft Maktlicy Wires Money. j ! M. Ft. Chessman is In receipt of a rwire from Columbus. Ohio, from 1 Judge J- YV. Maloney. It says: "Draw ion my account for Red Cross." This ' is the spirit that is providing the i funds to "can the kaiser-" I j Xo iiutd OMiUibntnl. I As a side llKht to the l.ed Cross ; drive. Secretary M. H. Chessman men-jtir-ns that of a total of more than 'lli.ooo turned over to him yesterday of the Ued Cross fund there wa nl ja single gold coin. The contributions ttqueem the Juice of two lemons In to a bottle containing three ounflea of orchard white, shako well, and you have a quarter" pint -ef th -best freckle and tan lotion, and complex ion beautlfier, at very, very amall cost. Your grocer has tho lemons and any drug store or toilet counter will supply three ounces of orchard whlto for a few cents. this sweet ly fragrant lotion Into tb faea. neck arms and hands vuch day aad seo how clear, soft and 'white tha skla becomes. Test It la harmless. come In every form of money and checks, bat no gold. Charity begins at heme, but It ha't charity if It stay there.