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DAILY EAST OREQONIATT, PENDLETON, OBEGON, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922. PAGE THREE ! News Notes of Pendleton CALENDAR Or EVENTS September 18 to 23 Second Annual Northwest Grain and Hay Show. September 21, 22, 23 Round rp. November 1, 2, and 3 Uma tilla County Teachers' Institute in Pendleton. Stephenson, of Heppner. Mrs. Dris- coil had lived in Heppner the grent- er part of her life raid the body will be forwarded there Saturday for burial. lulled by Illness. J. C. Kuhns. I'matilla forest su- jervisor, is in Walla Walla where he Ha called by the illness of his tiother. ! Get l-.irililiiLjr Permits. I William Matting has secured Ihiilldinir nermit at the office of the i city recorder which calls for the con- struction of a residence to cost $1000. lit will he built on Hazel street. V T. i Watts will build a garage at 503 Wa ter street to cost $120. Dodge Officials Coming High officials of the Dodge Pros Motor Co. will he in Pendleton thin year for all three days of the Kound l'p, according to information received hy Ellis-Schiller Co. John A. Nichols, srenoral sales manager of the company, md his family, and Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Haynes will compose the party whfch will see the show. The party will ar rive in Pendleton in a special car on Thursday morning and they will be the company. Use the Phones Grocery, 2 Phones 526 Other Depts. 78-79 QUALITY .SERVICE FENBLETOJf'B LEADING STTORB Use the Phones Grocery, 2 Phones 526 Other Depts. 78-79 How About Your Table Linen To See Show. ; Pr. and Mrs. John Chile of St. Louis Ire here ns the guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. John Uoris who reside at 515 Johnson itreet. Dr. Chile andMis. Uoris are brother and sister,. The St. Ixiuis people will remain for the Round-Up. ii .. Urs. Driscoll Dies. t Jlrs. Mary Elizabeth Driscoll, aged to, died yesterday morning at the jrerpening sanitarium, after a long tllness. She is survived by her hus and, Thomas A. Driscoll, and the fol lowing children: Heroert Driscoll jin Mrs. II. G. Hayes, of Pendleton; William, Thomas and George Dris leoll of La Grande: Mrs. Fred New ton of Kalowa, Washington; George elation. Mnrt'n rinod S.10 A fine of $50 and costs was assess ed against Charles Martin, West Court street resident, when ho appeared in the court of Justice Joe IT. Parkes this morning and entered a plea of guilty to a charge of illegal possession of liquor in his home. He was arrest ed several weeks since. To Use Cluster Mglit.-i In an effort to improve street light -imr efforts during the Round-Up, business men in the main section of Pnn.llntnn have decided to use the cluster lights which are on Main and Court streets. Extra equipment has been ordered and the clusters will he connected during the whole week. The move to secure the extra lights woo Initiated by the Commercial asso- to. imwi im 101 loi loi 101 101- -101- RED ROCK COTTAGE CHEESE 25c per lb. FRESH, CRISP SARATOGA CHIPS 15c per package. Large, Sweet Red Meated HERMISTON WATER- -MELONS 2c per lb. Order one put on ice early Saturday Morning. FINE GROUND CHERRIES 15c per lb. FANCY, FIRM BARTLETT PEARS Large Size, Beautifully Colored ELBERT A PEACHES. . Fresh Dressed, Fat Roasting HENS AND YOUNG FRIES. PLEASE OH EARLY "YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON "101" . Pendleton Cash Market ioi ioi- DfOORPORATED. GROCERIES AND MEAT! 301 E. Court St. 3 Phones 101. Private exchange connects you with both adepts. r -IOT-lOf TOX 101 101 I0II0I ... . under Baker J Conies For Prisoner Sheriff George A. Herbert of Baker i, county was a visitor in Pendleton to- day. He came over to secure C. W. ' Johnson who is wanted m HaKer on1 a charge of securing money false pretenses. About half of will be hi re for the Round-Up, ac-1 cording to Sheriff Ilerhert. Already I the neighboring city is making plans ! for the second old Oregon Trail pa-' geant which will he given next sum mer. It is planned to make the ob-i servance of some Old Oregon Trail celebraiion an annual affair, he states. FOR THE ROUND-UP We have just received a big shipment of Table Linens, Napkins, Lunch Cloths. Treat the table and guests as well as yourself to linens during the Round-Up. Prices very reasonable Cloths some and new PATTERN CLOTHS $7.00 TO $30.00 Ilulldliig Xears Completion. The building which will house the Northwest Grain and Hay show Is nearing completion. Two more car loads of baled alfalfa hay, to be used in the structure, arrived today. The first of the Montana entries which arrived today are as follows: Turkey Ited, grown by J. C. Cleaves, of Great Falls, and by Guy Hqlleway, of Great Falls; and Marquis grown by George T. Pond, of Bozeman, Carl Peterson, county agent of l.ewiston writes that ho is shipping a Turkey Bed exhibit grown on land owned by Charles H. Marsh, John Montgom ery and Boland Oliver of Pendleton. It tests 64 pounds to the bushel. To TCntortaln Rough Writers Glenn Bushee and a number of In dians from the reservation will leave Pendleton Saturday to go to Lancaster camp, between Bonneville and Eagle Creek,, where on Sunday they will stage special stunts for the entertain ment of the George Palmer Putnam party of "Bough Writers" who will slop at the camp on their tour of the Northwest. The Indians will have their costumes and are taking some tepees along. Some tribal ldances and other stunts -will be given by the Red Men for the entertainment of the au thors and journalists who compose the party which will be here for the Bound-Up. Bushee will bo in charge of the delegation of Indians. To Meet Rongh Writers. Boy Itltner, .George Strand and Jim Sturgls will leave Pendleton tomorrow morning for Baker where they ex pect to meet the party of "Bough Writers" which is being brought to the Pendleton Bound - Up by George Palmer Putnam. Another delegation which consists of H. W. Collins, Sam Thompson and E. B. Aldrich will leave in the evening on Xo. 18. They wil go ns far as Kamela or La Grande and will Join the party there and return as far as Pendleton with the guests. The "Rough Writers" will not remain in Pendleton long Saturday evening, but they will return next Friday morning and will see the Round-Up Friday and Saturday. Elaborate plans to see that the visitors are entertained are being worked out by the com roittee In charge of their reception. Of all linen in a wide range of NEW PATTERNS and DESIGNS as well as some of the old favor ite ones. Square cloths and 2 1-2 to 3 yard lengths. You may need a cloth or two. Come down and pick them out. TABLE DAMASK NAPKINS TO MATCH THE . DAMASK Of good quality linen in the right sizes. The set . $4.00 to $5.75 LUNCH CLOTHS In plain Double Damask, all linen in several sizes. $5.00 to $10.00. Of all linen and mercerized in a beautiful range of patterns, also showing an all linen damask plain, of excellent quality. Damask priced the yard $1.25 to $4.75. For Mother and Daughter of High-School Age. Clinic Is Established The establishment of a Pendleton Clinic, to be made up of Dr. Frank E. Hoyden, physician and surgeon, Dr. Joseph Brennan, specialist in internal medicine and diagnosis who came here recently to be associated with Dr. Boy- den, amt Dr. R. N. Hester, of Chicago, c.e, ear, nose and throat specialist, is announced today .by Dr. Boyden. He announces also that quarters for the clfnlc will be on Court street in the H . X. Matlock property formerly used by the Wenaha Club. The clinic will use the entire tipper floor for offices, laboratories, sterllzlng and X-Ray rooms. Tbe quarters are being entire ly renovated and an entrance in addi tion to the Garden street entrance, is being made on Court street, the im provements making the location most desirable. Dr. Hester, who after prac ticing in Illinois has for several years h'en nt the Chicago Charitable Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Infirmary, will .-arrive, next week. Dr. Boyden and Dr. Brennan expect to begin moving tomorrow from the present offices in the Stangler building. Dri Boyden, who has practiced here for the past ten years, said today that the linic is the result of several years of planning anil mat ne reels that It will he of service to the people t this section. In addition to Drs. Boyden. Brennan and Hester, tentative plans include the addition of a specialist In obstertrlcs and children's diseases. use, NAPKINS TO MATCH THE PATTERN CLOTHS 22x22 in. Just the right size now for dinner Set $4.00 to $30.00 COLORED LUNCH SETS The real innovation in table linen is the Colored Lunch Sets. Comprises of the cloth and 6 napkins to match. Our colors are blue, gold,, rose and yel low. They are double damask and you can use both sides, and they are linen. The set $10.00 OPD NAPKINS Offered in a lot of good patterns to select from of good big size and good quality, $3.50 set to $5.00 set. We also are showing a big lot of towels. Huck nnrl Turkish, sheets, nillow cases, bed spreads, hlonVta Pnmfnvtfivs. etc. PRICES RIGHT. Let us fill your ROUND-UP NEEDS. WOMAN CANDIDATE HASN'T HAD PHOTO IN TWENTY-FIVE YEARS DEFIAXCE, Ohio. Sept. 15. "I haven't any photograph haven't had any for twenty-five years. I don't know that I will have any, unless it's necessary for cards, or something." ! Thus Mrs. Merian S. Deatrlck. re-; publican nominee for county record- greeted newspaper reporters seek- I ing "art" for the election Btorles about her. Mrs. Deatrick admitted that If the men who manage the party cam-' paign decree that a woman politician' must have her picture on campaign ! publicity, the camera must then he1 faced. But just for a newspaper! story' Well, hardly. I Mr. Deatrick is opposed for the nf . I fice by Roy B. Cameron, democrat. At ' the recent primary Cameron defeat-1 ed Miss Robe Heatley for the nomlnu-i tion. MEXICO CITY GROWING; MORE WOMEN THAN MEN MEXICO CITV. Sent 1tTi. of Mexico, capital and metropolis of -.. . ,,uu,,c, according to nuuncement by the mm H-A l fA.KT.l hi lvw ..MKT I MDDKflr S3 r 'hat clear, free-burning Havana flavor Is the thing discriminating smokers look for and find In the Blue Point Cigar. TWO FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS BURTON-BYBEE Wholesale Co. Pendleton Distributors Q MANUFACTURERS O an an director-general of statistic.,, has a population of S(i7. This compares wllh 471, 06 In clly Itself comprises only a small part laali. of federal district,, which corro- Thi limits of the city of Mexico are , sponds politically to the District of tightly drawn and Dcyond them arc! Columbia In the United States. suburbs containing several hunurcn' An interesting feature of the Mex 6 15,-; thousand additional population. The leo Clly population figures Is the great dlspnrity between the number o men and women. In 1(00 there wen 73,647 men and 195.251 women. In 1910 there were 218,774 men and 252,292 women. Last year's censuj gives 271,955 men and 343,412 women. , V This is a style that every woman from forty to 5 fourteen can wear with pride and pleasure. f It promises to be the one big seller for Fall and early Winter. BUSTER BROWN SHOE STORE M9 Main Pendleton 2 OTHER NEWS OF THIS 4 DEPARTMENT ON PACE S ' BLUNDERS VTttf in Tto wrong? The rwwe.r'will be found on ths ROUND-UP SALE Dress Up for the Round-Up 20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL ART GOODS AND MILLINERY For the Next 10 Days. The Smart Shop 822 Main Street For Saturday Trade Suffar, sack $8.00 Carnation and Borden Milk 10c Choice Eggs, 3 dozen $1.00 Fancy Potatoes and Onions, 15 lbs 23c Good Cookin? Apples, 7 lbs. 25c Crystal White Soap, 20 bars $1.00 Campbell's Soups, can 10c M. J. B. and Hils Bros. Coffee, lb. 40c CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 40c J. VAUcnrs CASH GROCERY rhone 111 SOS Slain St i.'-v- At ; i ; -f . V I '4 ) I r.f?fff.ff.fffffffff?Tfl (Copyright. 1KI, Associated Editor classified pe.