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DAILY EAST OKEGONIAW, PENDLETON, OREGON', THURSDAY IVENISffS, SO, lflJtO.
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Social and Club News
MIH8 FltKNClf RKTl'lt.NS
Ml Havsnna French returned yos
tirrtny from Hoisc. Idaho, Miss
l"rnch' home Is In Adams.
UIRIJ ARK I'UBDrtKD
MIh Ksthryn Froome. of Alhcnft,
nil Miss Vld McKrrn, of Milton, are
among the pledges chown yesterday
y sororlttrs at o. A. C Miss Froome
was pledged to CM Omega and Muss
McKcrn to Gamma I-ota.
Wlt.t. K-NTBR ITNIVERSITV.
Mlas Lola Hayes plans to leave 8un
dny morning for Kugenc where she Is
to enter the University of Oregon. Miss
lluyes was itraduated last year from
the Heppner hiKh school. She expects
to socialise In the atudy of music
I-ITIC RATI I t'E CL.UB TO MEBT.
The first meeting of the new season
for the Current Utermiuro club, is to
he hold tomorrow when its members
are to be the guests of Mrs. J. C. Snow
and Mrs. C. 8. Jerard. They have
been asked to meet in the club- room
of the library.
For years, since the organization of
the Current Uterature Club, its pro
cram has been to devote a winter's
season to extended topic study and for
the 1920-21 year, the club has select
ed Modern Uterature.
WAM.A WAIit,A FOIdv 1IBRB
Mr. and Mrs. Manuol Fricdly had as
their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs.
John Mcltae, of Walla Walla. . Mr.
'McRae came over to look after his
.property interests here and was uc
comiuinlcd by Mrs. Mcltae.
RESEARCH CU'8 KNTERTAINBd!
The club room of the "Library, gaily
decked by an abundance of asters and
fall blooms, was the scene yesterday
of the first meeting of the year of
the Research club, its members being
entertained by Mrs. C, EL Heurd. Mrs.
Clarence Edmunds and Mrs. James
Hill. Music in Several dcllKhtful
forms afforded diversion. ' , Songs by
Mra. Muye HaKur and a duet by Mra.
Raymond Hatch, and Mrs. T. H. Hera
boldt being supplemented by niuno
numbers by MIns Wilma Wade and
.miss Karitant Edmunds. An entertain
ing reading by Mrs. Riley preceded an
informal hour over the teacups.
""i ipi. u MAiiiy. i GUEST
Jifrs. Ira Greenwood of Fortand Is
being welcomed for a visit In Pendle
ton with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr, and Mm. Clyde Greenwood, and
with Mr. and Mrs. Wulter Dowman.
Mr. Oreenwood uccompanlcd his wife
Lhcre for one day of tho Hound-Up but
uuslness innrests recalled him to
Portland. Mrs. Greenwood Is to re
main for a week or raoro.
LEWIS-TON COUPLB WED
LBWISTO.V, Idaho. Sept. 30.
Friends of Metha Itethel and Daniel
Boise of this city were surprised to
receive tho announcement of their
marriage at Pendleton Friday. Mrs.
Boise is the daughter of Captain and
Mrs. J. B. Aklna and Mr. Boise Is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I Hoiso. Mr.
and Mrs. Boise will make their home
in Lewftiton. '
MHi UVERMORE RETURNS
Mrs. Lot Ltvcrmore has returned
from Spokane where she spent the
summer visiting relatives.
WILL LEAVE- FOR PORTIANDi '
Mrs. Nan Butlor who has been visiting-
in Pendleton will return to her
home In Portland tomorrow. She will
he accompanied by her sister Miss
Elsie Fitzmaurlce who will remain in
Portland for a few daya.
RETUTtXa TO PORTLAND
Mrs. J. F. Buckwalter, who has been
in Pendleton as the guest of her sister,
Mrs. F. J. McMonies, returned this
morning to her home In Portland.
1IOPF-S UPSTAIRS SHOP
are meeting with the approval
of all who see them.
RIGHT NOW! our Suit showing
is at its best. You'll be surprised
at the exceptionally low prices.
New Blouses just in." ,
See our Silk Jersey Petti
coats at $5.95.
Select a Good Book from Our Large
POPULAR COPYRIGHT FICTION ,
Six Feet Four
Bob Son of Battle
The Grell Mystery
V. V.'s Eyes .
The High Hearfc , 7
Sudden Jim, i
After the Manner of
and hundreds of other late titles to choose from.
; Priced at 81.00 !.
THOMPSONS' DRUG STORE
Mail Order Given Prompt Attention.
LEAVES FOR PORTLAND
Mra. John. Montgomery of this city
and Mra. Tom Montgomery, of Baker
left this morning for Portland for a
few days visit.
LEAGUE OF NATIONS IS
PARIS, Sept. SO. (U. P.) The
League of Nations will make its first
appearance on the actual battle field
shortly when its newly-appointed
mission of control" meets in Suwalki
to end the Polish-Lithuanian hostili
ties. The mission comprises military
men from several league members.
They will meet with representatives
of the warring armies, advising them
as to the disposition of troops so as to
prevent further hostilities.
The Mission will also assume the
task of putting pressure on the bol
shevik! armies, through the Lithuan
ians, to clear Lithuania of the red
FOR LIBERAL PRIZES
Almost $90 In prises will be offered
for the women's exhibits at the Her
miston Dairy and Hog Show, October
8 and 9, according to a premium list
Under the heading "Home Econo
my," a first prize of $1 and a second
prize of 60 cents will be. offered for
the best loaf of bread, layer cake.
cookies and three varieties, steamed
brown bread, raised buns, apple pie,
or canned fruit, vegetables, pickles or
jelly of three kinds. A first prize of
12 and a second of $1 is offered for
the best school lunch box.
The domestic art prizes include a
first prize of $2 and a second of $1
for the best knitted sweater, quilted
quilt, bed spread, a fen an, luncheon
set, child's embroidered dress, em
broidered dress or smock for child
hand made waist, hand made baby
dress, display of embroidery, crochet
or knitting, home- made garments or
made-over garments for children. A
first prize of $1 and a second of fifty
cents is offered for the best crocheted
tarn, bag, pair pillow slips, kitchen or
tea apron, crocheted yoke, hand made
handkerchief, patching, stocking darn
ing, hand made pillow, . or library
scarfM. A first prize of $1.50 and a
second of 75 cents is offered 'for the
best made-over dress.
Twenty-five dollars. In addition to
the above prizes,, is offered for the
best hot school lunch demonstration
by a teacher and 15 children.
S Give your family this morning a plate of our
pancakes made of
OUR SKOOKUM PANCAKE
Made at home. Absolutely pure.
We guarantee every pound. Ask your grocer.
Sells in fifty cents and one dollar packages.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1014, 475, 351.
DEATH TAKES WIFE OF
ATTORNEY C. Z. RANDALL
Mrs. C Z. Randall, aged 24, died
this morning at & o'clock. Mrs. Ran
dull has been seriously ill since the
birth of a daughter on Tuesday.
Besides the infant, Mrs. Itandall is
survived by her husband, C. Z. Ran
dall, deputy district attorney, and hei
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of
Ashland, and several brothers and sis
ters. Mra. Johnson Is here and Mr.
Johnson will arrive this evening. Mrs.
Randall, mother , of Mr. -Randall, is
here from Salem.
Mrs. Randall was reared . In ' Ash
land, and her marriage to Mr. Randall
occurred a year ago last August. Fu
nerai arrangements have npt yet been
FALSE TEETH LODGE
IN THROAT AND MAN
81, IS FOUND DEAD
JOPLIV, Mo,. Sept. 30. A. P.)
B. F. Williams. 81. was found dead
ned wim ma raiae teem lodged deep
Kiln his throat. Coroner James said
P5l death probably was due to strang-ula-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Woman for seneral house
work no children Phone 423.
MAX AND WIFB wants position on
ranch for the winter Phone 0.
WANTKD TO BENT 5 or room
house Phone 94 and aslc for cashier.
FIVE KOOXf HOUSE for sale, north
side location. Party coins; to leave
We are taking orders for sugar, to arrive
. within a few days. ' ! ,
BEST CANE SUGAR, 100 LBS. $17.60.'
Best Grade Potatoes, 100 pounds...... $3.00
Extracted Honey, 1-2 gallon tin $1.50
Extracted Honey, 1 gallon tin ... . . . . .'. $3.00 ,
Excclo Cake Flour ............ v 40c to 50c ,
5 Grandma's Cookies, dozen .... . ., . , 10c
, ' Twink, washes and dyes all colors . . . .... 10c.
Cam pf ire Marshmallows, package....:;. 25c r
Malted Milk 50c and $1.00
Imperial Plum,' pie filler, package . v. . . ... 25c
Fresh Country Butter, 2 pounds $1.25
Largest Stock, Highest Quality, Right Prices
Xjrayr0S' (jrocery (Jo.
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TWELVE MEN NOW IN BOX MAY FORM JURY i
TO HEAR PLEAS FOR KERBY AND RATHIE
Three peremptory challenges by the
defenso and one by the utate were ex
ercised this morning In obtaining- a
jury to try Elvin D. Korby and John
L. Rathic. last of the Jail breakers
who escaped, from the county jail
July 25, with tho killing of Sheriff TU
Taylor by Emmett Bancroft, aliai
Neil Hart. Eleven veniremen were
excused for cauHe.
When court was convened at 1:30
this afternoon there were 12 men In
the jur box,, accepted for cause, but
not finally passed by the two sides.
It was expected that a jury of 13 men
would be ready to hear testimony this
W. T. McLeod, Athena farmer, War.
ren Keller, of Kreewater, and 1.. S.
Benttey, of Pendleton, wero dismissed
on peremptory challenge of the de
fense. Casper woodward, Athena
rancher, was the lone man challenged
by the prosecution. The defense has
12 and the prosecution 6 pcremptor
ics In all:
The II men excused for cause all
said that they had their minds made
up or were prejudiced against the two
defendants who went on trial today.
They were: W. W. Hartle. E. R. Ter-
ney. N. W. Mumford, George A. Cowl,
J. A. Molstrom, Manuel Pedro. J. T.
llng, George Horn, Eugene McCul
ley, Herman- Suhl and J. K. Dott..
, Kcrby's Family Comes. . '
Charles .Bolin, of Toppenish, appear
ed as counsel for Kerby and E. J.
Clark and P. M. Collier, of Pendleton,
appeared for Rathie, having been des
ignated by the court as his attorneys.
Rathie is the only man of the five who
has gone on trial with counsel ap
pointed by the court. No friends or
relatives have come to his assistance.
Tho mother, wifo and baby son of
Korby arrived today from Toppenish
to' attend his trial. It Whs the fir rt
visit they have mado to tho. jail, al
though Kerby has been In;, custody
since early In July. ' ', v '
Mrs. Kerby, like her husband, is In
her twenties and the baby, p.' bright,
brown-eyed'boy, Is not more than II
months old. The defendant .'was al
lowed to talk with his family between
lunch and the resumption of the trial
this afternoon. The women did not go
to the court room this afternoon" but
took a taxi and left for their rooms.
Tho trial was taken up this morn
ing immediately following tho sen
tencing of Stoop . and Henderson.
Their sentence followed the denial of
a motion for new rrial,. made by At
torney E. J. Clark, who cited the fol
lowing five points us his basis for a
new trial: Irregularity In the proceed
ings, which prevented the defendants
getting a fair trial; misconduct of the
jury; accident and surprise; insuffici
ency of evidence to convict in first de
gree and error In law. v : .
IKXi M YRK1.T DOW N
PORTTjAXD, Sept. 30.(A. P.)
Hogs are lower today at K.0016.B0.
Cattle are steady and sheep are slow.
Eggs and butter are firm.. J .
TltEB BEARS 00T GKANCfES
MIAMI. Fla., Sept. 30. During the
season Just closed 5,237 oranges were
picaea irom tnree trees In a grove
near here. One tree 17 years old bore
2,007 oranges, another 1.S50 and third
Gomes already sweetened
Its own sugar is developed in the
baking-It solves your sugar prob
lem among ready-to eat cereals.
.Order a package from
Its flavor appeals and
there is no waste.
Postom Cereal CoJncBattle Creek .Mich.
IscieTSB.-s-f.. SWl -
2 (ipva force is AS yuief C1
ancunobr'usioe zs As
A BANK balance is reserve pow
er. It is the anchor to the
windward for your success
ship. It is your never failing friend
in time of trouble. It is the police
man who will arrest Hard Times. It
is the judge who will render'a er-"
diet in your favor should you "meet
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LUXURIANT FUR FABRIC
; COATS : "i--;
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In coats so nearly resembling the natural fur tliat," there
Is practically no cloico when considering; tho great
price difforeivco. ' , ' :
They are created of the finest Salt's Fur Fabrics
.cluslvoly which are noted for their rich seal effect,
texture and long life.
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Wo urge you to come In and see for yourself- to.(
an extent these fur fabrics have been developed".
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Priced $35.00 to $150.00 1
t Aune Wheeler Studio t
t 222 E. Alta Phone 533 8
5 . . - :: ' 5
A If you folks only knew You would not delay 5
Studio for you could rhat Photograph an- S
?' do, other day. .: , B
3 ' THE JOLLY INN. . ,'
3 Cliicken Dinner
I Roast Meats i
Meat Croquetts -
Open from Noon to 7:30 , , g
I The best dinners in the city.
IT BEATS... r AS IT SWEEPS AS 1 CLEANS
Keep your rugs free from the germ laden dust
constantly being tracked into the house. It is a vital .
step in promoting health. It takes the f'HOOVER"
with the motor driven brush to do it effectively.
Phone 496 for a demonstration and wc will be on
the job. "
Crawford furniture Company
103 l' Court St.
l'hune 4B( r ,
town "SO" East Oregonlan.