East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, December 11, 1919, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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flAILY EAST OREOONIAW, PENDLETON. OREGON.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1019.
TEN PAGES
THE THOMAS SHOP
Formerly Known ai Th Pr!
,, ., . i , . . , ... TTTT i
Social and Personal J
A Kloiirh rMs part pmvrtl a delight
Tt'fMlti n ri f lux1 n When Ml mm lola
O'Neill and Miss Lois 0RlU wsro
honi mmi to u nroup of friends. A
dinner at the homo of Mr. Lydia
I 'n rk i n fclta creek was itn en
JoynMe feature of the affair. In the
lHitv besides the hostesses were Mis
Ruby Orahm. Miss Anita fitonehouse.
Miss Kdtth Qyl, Mrs. Klinor Wilbor,
J Hcach and dene dray.
The Current l,iterntur Club will
meet tomcrrow in the library club
room with Mrs, .limes H. Wkh and
Mrs. Charles Hond a hostesses. The
program Will continue the iu4y of
china.
Approximately $: 0 wan roalUed
yesterday from the pre-Chrietmas
bazaar gien by the Church of the.
Redeemer. Attnu tive booths brim
full of Rift articles or cooked 'goodies
claimed the ini.i. st of :-h ppers after!
10 In the morning, many others call
later In the afternoon for a cup of tea.
The homo products booth proved
a decidedly unique feature, OreRon
concerns and eMeoiall those of lVn-
dleton having contributed generously
toward Its suecefv. Arranged under
the chairmanship of Mis Ida Hoyd.
the booth cleared nearly $100.
Other attractive concerns were the
miscellaneous department, tn charge
of Mrs. George D. Hasletl and her as
sistants, the candy booth, of which
Mrs. M. O, lbnnett was chairman, the
ro knl f Mul s;i l. in charge of Mrs.
B. I sturgis. the bag table of which
Mrs. H. K. Bicker was chairman, the
apron booth in charge of Mrs. W. K.
Brock, and the tea tables arranged
under the chairmanship of Mrs. James
stunt Al fcliff
Mrs. William Hale was a delightful
hostess Tuesday to members of the
BiU0 Be club. Decorations sugges
tive of the holiday season added
charm to the rooms where the guests
tacked comforters In preparation for
n club bazaar ami. later enjoyed a
"Christmas stocking; contest" followed
by a light luncheon. Mrs. Pavid Rog
ers and Mrs. John Oreulich won first
and second honors In the guessing.
Mrs, Henry Struve and Mrs. Hale
Dare were atM'tiunal truest of" the
.club.
At a iitltet we lding at the Arrnimlth
home in Colfax Monday evening-. .Miss
Minnibellc Joins became the bride of
Crank Walker Van Cat on, agent t or
the American Kvprrss rompany of
t 'oif a . Thr eervtce was read In the
presence Of only a few intimate rela
tives. News of the wedding comes as
a surprise to t he many I 'end let on
friends of the bride, as tin hctiothal
had not be n formally announced.
,Mi-s. Van Kit ton is the daughter of the
late Mrs. WIIUe.ni II. Jones. She at
tended the Cendlrton school and was
graduated from t be 1 (roadway high
school In Scatti . latt r attending the
University of Washington and receiv
ing her degree in I91S. She is a
member of the I'ht u Sorority.
M i . and Mrs. Van Katon are to
make their home in Colfax.
jjr:
NEUMONIA
hows ri'ST vms qawknt shop
Buy a
Coat
Now!
GREAT REDUCTIONS
ON EVERY COAT
IN THE SHOP
BEAUTIFUL NEW
WAISTS FOR
HOLIDAY GIFTS
They're the talk of the
town. See these special
values
Ml: s Pauline Jones was elected
worthy m.mon of Bushee chapter. No.
19, Q. K. S., at a meeting in Masonic
hail Tuesday evening. Other officers
are, past matron, Mrs, Lenta Brown ;
worthy patron. J. C WlBOdworth; cob
duotrtss, Mrs. EBdna Wood worth ; aaeo
ciate conductress, Mrs. Mary K. Iia.
ker; secretary, Mrs. :iary r:. Johnson;
tre.is urer, Mrs. Anna WtOrtO; and trus
ters A. C. Kunk. Mrs. Betelle Temple
and Mrs. Amanda MctVrnmuirh.
William IS, Lowell returned, last
nigh: after a short business trip in
Portland.
1 H. T. Connell. formerly a resident of
the Albee hecti n, was hero yesterday
from Caldwell, ld;iho, where he is now
farming.
P
VlCK's2
Call a physician. Immedi
ately begin "emergency"
treatment with
us
ICK'SVAPORUl
"YOUR BODYGUARP -30. 60'..?
roniplete-u two-year sentence today at
MrXeil's Island following his convic
tion of charges of violating the neu
trality laws of the United States, his I
attorney announced here today.
Cn ible to raise the Jii.000 fine de
manded In. addition to the Jail sentence
von BrtOken must remain in prison
until January 9, 1920, it was announc
ed. Von Bricken was sentenced January
22, 1917, and secured the usual time
off for (ood behavior.
SECOND FTOOR TAYIjOR BllLDIXG
NELSON DEMANDS HIS
PILOT COMMISSIONER
OFFICE BE RETURNED
FTOTUA, Dee. n. Attorneys for
ThofliftS Nelson today filed a com
p'nni aalnst Frank Sweet, asking that
cause be shown why Nelson was re
moved from the office of state pilot
cmmissioner. Nelson was relieved
from his office of state pilot commis
sioner by order of Governor oleott on
September 22, nt the reqursl of the lo
om) ;)oet of the American Legion. who
Charged that Nelson was unpatriotic
when he refused to dismiss Hannes
Iluttula an alleged alien slacker, from'
his employ. The complaint asked that
Sweet be ousted from the office of the
state ptiot commission and Nelson be
restored to the pla:e.
VON BRINCKEN HAS
COMPLETED SENTENCE
SAN PRANCI8C4 , rec. 1 1 . -Wtl
helm von Hiicken, former military at
tache of the German consulate, will
!
PORTLAND? Deo, 11. The uniden
tified slayer of Private M. A. Matth
ews, medical corps, Camp Iewis, M
! well as the two civilians said to have
been accomplices, were rank amateurs
at highway robbery. This is the opin
ion of several police Inspectors after
Irevtewinf evidence amassed in an ef
fort to find the three men present
when Matthews was kilted at Kleventh
and Main streets Monday nlnht.
Inspectors point out that the re-
volver from which the fatal bullet
was fired must have been discharged
accidently, or in the excitement of the
moment by one unfamiliar with his
nefarious work, for Matthews is said
to have offered no resistance to the
holdup.
DMldlt Takes Right.
' After the shoot! nf? the bandit fled
without attempting to rob his victim,
for. It is said, his money was un
touched. Practically certain that the two men
iWith Matthews were accomplices of
the highwayman who killed the
I young soldier, inspectors are redoub
ling Their efforts on the search. They
are not receiving cooperation from
Major George Newiove, in eharge of
the detail, en route to Corvallis, of
Which Matthews was a member. New
lore Tuesday evening refused to order
PHILLIPINO GOWNS
Just opened, some exquisite Hand Embroidered
Crepe de Chene Gowns. Reasonably priced.
Extra
Specials
ON
COATS, SUITS, DRESSES, BLOUSES,
SWEATERS AND UNDERWEAR
All at extremely low prices
Fur
Special
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF
FOX AND LYNX SCARFS
I A Store of Fractal Gifts
WATKKM.W'S FOUNTAIN
PKftTfl
The ideal gift. "e have an
exceptionally largo assort men:
from $2.50 up. All styles and
points
Bter sii vnr p-vcw.a
A complete stork rAiiefpie in
rice fror $1.00 to S4.0O.
srATioxKJty
A bsstUtSfO asscrmit of
Raton, Cr-i.1'? and Pkes 3ta
Lionery in randsnme ,ooe-
We feaf.re the OIBBS AHT
UXE of engraved" sjrsvtlnjl
ard. I'ririF 5c to :15c.
I'Kltrt MKS AND rOII ET
WATFIIS
A very t mplete !inc of Im
ported and domest: 2 per"nmfs
n fancy packages. 75c to $5.00.
KODAKS H
A complete line of EuMinan
Kodak-. nj
We have a good :ia rt,r.e ;c
of dolbj md Teddy Eoar. S-'.J.-) $M
nj)vards. x
thkhwos BO'mr;s M
Just the f.ift for cold weather. J!
PVKAIilV IVOltV 5
The always welcome fift. A
very complete line.
WKAIIKVITK WATER ?jg
ItOTTIvES. gj
Fine for the baby these cold fjj
nUftta.
IXGKRSOhli WATCHES S(
Kery ho- wants one. I'racti
Bal and useful.
THOMPSONS' DRUG STORE
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
aw
Makes A Hit
with
everybody
Post
Toast
juesrMr fjpm fiakes
!ES
Sergeant Martin tt. Parish back to
Portland from Corvallis to testify be
fore police officers, and said he could
not return the man In less than a
week .or until his work at Corvallis is
-ompleted.
Xewlove also declined to remain
here to aid the police when he had
oeen told of the murder of Matthews,
ind declined to permit other members
of the detail to remain.
Ilandlt's Companions Suspected.
Although no new evidence has been ;
uncovered concerning the mysterious
murder of Matthews, police inspec-
tori, after a complete review of the ,
unusual circumstances of the shooting
are almoHtunanimnux in nn opinion
that the two companions of the mur- j
tiered soldier were implicated in the
iffalr.
lneriminutinK" themselves by hiding, ;
the two civilian companions of Mat- i
thews, who were standing- on either
tide of him when he was shot, have
made it a very difficult matter for
'hem to explain their part in the Rf-
air, should they lie captured by the
olice according to inspectors of the
police department.
'"The Gray Dove," were suns; by Mina
Montran, who as the leading singer,
had the part of the Goddess of the
& 'aeHU
TIM best received feature of the
presentattoq last night was a saxa-
phonc sextette, one of the best musical
numbers of the evening.
Pendleton people recognized the
pianist last night as the musician who
appeared here 30 years ago with
"Skip By the Light of the Moon."
o
Hours: 9 a. m. to 1!; 1 to 6 p. m.
Phone SOT
DR. THOMAS C. OMART
DENTIST
741 Main . Street, Over the Hub
Pendleton, Oregon
OF ANTELOPE TRAPPERS
Keep Your Room
Cosy and Warm
Best of
all corn flakes
At Grocers!
Christmas
Suggestions
Send money to your folks in the Old Country.
It is cheap now. Make use of this.
Today we can give you:
Francs 2000 on Paris for about $205.00
Pounds 30 on England for about $120.00
Marks 5000 on Germany for about $140.00
Wc issue drafts on any place in Europe.
Nico Blydenstein
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Pendleton, Ore.
220 East Court - Phone 475
Now is the time
to have your
Tires Half Soled
Take advantage of the time while your car is
tied up to have your tires Half-Soled or Repaired.
Remember you have a 0000 mile puncture proof
guarantee with every Gates Half-Sole.
AGENTS FOR FEDERAL TIRES
Gertson & Marty
Phone 505
639 Cottonwood St.
Oeorge Tonkin, rorme.'ly ffamc
Warden for this nectloA and now traveling-
samp warden, was responsible
.'or the arrest in Lakevlew in ft wok
of James Pnldwin and Arthur Thomas
recently convicted of killing antelope,
rind fined 1200 each. In addition the
men who arc citizens of the world,
face a charge of cattle rustling Mid
kttHnKi
Wuidcn Tonkin admits that In mak
ing i hie arrest he had a hard job on
his hands. To get Thomas, he had
to travel 1 30 miles over the desert
north of Lake view to Catalo valley,
vrhile Baldwin was apprehended in
loose 1-ake valley. Joth were r in
nine trap lines and using antelope
meat for b.iit. Antelope are protect
ed by both state and federal acts and ;
punishment for violation is so severe
that little trouble has been experienc- i
"d with huntern.
The capture of the two law bmaK'jrs
forms a part of the last activities of
Mr. Tonkins as game warden, for On
December 15 his resignation to the
State Fish and Game Commission be
comes effective, as he i accepting a
position as United States Oume War
den for the United States Biological
Survey. His territory will be Eastern
Oregon and the Southern Idaho dis
tricts, with headquarters at Boise,
Idaho. Protection of birds and game
sheltered by government laws 'Will be
thf chief part of his new duties.
Mr. Tonkin has headed the attack
against illegal deer killing in Oregon
for four years, first as district game
warden for Umatilla county, and Inter
as traveling game warden. Officials
of the commission regarded him as the
i. est warden in reon for hunting
down deer killers. He has Operated
for three winters In South-entral
Oregi n.
WITH ONE OF OUR NEW
Oil Heaters
COLOR EFFECTS MARK
Colorful cost liming and attractive
nettings marked the performance of
"Chin Chin at the Oregon theatre
'n;t nigh. The scenes ure laid tn
Ch ina a nd pa ve a n oppOfftVli 1 V for
a brilliant display of kaleidoscopic
eolor effects.
The thread of plot whieh serves to
hang together the music of the comedy
i j hrtsed on the story of Aladdin and
jthe lamp. Two sole, "Violets," and
BON AMI AND RADIANT MAKES
which assures you of good stove material and at a low
price. We are selling these stoves while they last for
$7.50, $9.50 and $12.50.
A few dollars invested in an oil heater will save many
dollars of precious fuel.
JUST A FEW OF THOSE CLEVER
Doll
Carts
are left. Make the chil
dren happy by giving
them one. Made of good,
strong material and will
stand the youngster's hard
knocks.
CRAWFORD
Complete Home Furnisher
103 E. Court
Phone 496