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TWELVE PAOrS' 'V.
DAILY EAST OXEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENINO, OCTOBER 1, 1920.
Social and Club News
LKAVEB roil TAK1MA.
Mm Nina Kotwrt departed this
Morning (or her homo In Yakima, She
plan to remain there Indefinitely.
MltH. l.A DOW IS QUEST.
Friends of Mm O. 1. l.a I"w "re
welcoming her for a visit with Pendlo-
tuit friend. The guest. unUl recently
a local matron, arrived this morning
from her home at forvallla. It Is
Mm. I. Dow's first visit here since the
family moved to the valley city sever
al month, airn. She Is ut the ho;ne of
Mrs. T. I. Hohart.
ENJOYS EXTENDED VISIT.
Mrs. Or Holdman haa returned
Trom a six weeks' visit with relatives.
.She was accompanied toy her daugh
ter and son.
MOTOK PA UT V .RETURNS
.Mr. and Mm. Thomas Warner of
'Portland, who have been tin gliosis of
their son anil daughter-in-law. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold J. Warner, departed yes
terday. They- made tho trip by motor
m company with Mr. and Mrs. C, B,
Preston, formerly of . Walla Walla,
with whom they came last week. The
HOWS VPSTAIKS SHOP
Is the Keynote of Our Autumn
Kvery garment In our stock has been
chosen with that idea in view.
" SMART NEW SUITS
From $39.75 up to $1S5
in numerous new style adap
tions $29.75 to $115
with this season's
You'U do. pleased
showing? because it Is so varied and ex
tensive.' You'll also find our prices quite
easonable for quality offered.
Miok for th
The Writing Paper with
the Delightful Surface
WOMEN of refinement appreciate the
quality of Symphony Lawn Writing
Paper a quality expressed in the remark
ably fine texture of the paper, the splendid
writing surface, ther opportunity for personal
selection permitted by its varied finishes and
- Symphony Lawn Writing Paper can be
obtained in packages containing one quire
or one pound. Made in several styles and
sices, to meet every dictate of good taste.
Also correspondence cards, with envelopes to
HIE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
Do not forget to place your order for
$ COW FEED, HOG FEED, SHEEP
FEED, CHICKEN FEED OH
t HORSE FEED '
i UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1014, 475, 351.
lrstons h-vfi since been visiting In
tho Garden City.
OLSOX IN CONOR rty
-vvmh. iHson, nrad or tne vocai ue
PArtment st the Malon Iturnott Srhmtl
of Music o( Walls, Walla. Is. to uppwir
In concert here this evening. Thn.
event will take pluco in the (Christian
Church and the winner wijl ho n saint-
ed hy Mrs, Nellie WhitinK MrDomiUl.
Mr. (lsn ihphuul un auilionce In
th tJanlpn City lnt week nml hlH
rfcrttir this vonins will Include an
iiUcrextms nnmtHr whUh ho sung on
that prxsr,in, "Dreams," a composi
tion by Mrs. McDonald.
The follow inir Kclortlons have been
mad for this ewntnps concert:
Within This Sacred pwellinfr, from
the Opera 'The Muxlc Flute" ...
, , MoKaii
Vittoria Mto Core (Old Italian) IBth
a) Sea Dirjro Marie Rich
tb Two Hoses Gilherte
Should Not Revenge, from the Opora
4The Jewess" Halevy
She Alone Char moth My Sadness,
from tho Opera "The Queen of
Nellie- X'hitin McDonald
(b) Toreadors L-ovo Song
(c) Alone in Love's Garden
(With violin olijrato Mr. Bert A. McDonald.)
It Was Not So To Be, from the Opera
"The Trumpeter of Sakklgen" . . .
(a) Song of a Heart Tunntson
(b) When You Are Here, Love . . .
(aV Sun-rise plttrlch
(b) Inovlotus Huhn
LEAVES FOR VISIT
MFrs. A. F. May departed ' this
morning for a visit in Central Oregon.
She is to be the guest ofAher brother
It. Crane and wilt visit friends in
Burns. Mrs. May is to bo away for a
fortnight or so.
ARRIVE FROM PORTLAND
Mrs. Purl Bowman accompanied by
her sister Mrs. Warren Abbott, arrived
this morning from Portland. Mrs.
Powman has been visiting there as
Mrs. Abbott's guest. She went down
three weeks ago with Mrs. Fred Stick
ler, her sister-in-law. Mrs. Stickler re
turned last week.
"President's day" in the Thursday
Afternoon Club proved delightful in
deed, when its members and a num
ber of additional friends nvcre guests
yesterday at the attractive home of
Mrs. Westbrooke Dickson, 1007 Jack
son street, where an abundance Y
flame colored gladiolus blossoms lent
charm to the living rooms.
T-nnnrhinff1 a fpasnn's study of mod-
HOME COOKED FOOD SALE
By Ladies of Presbyterian Church. v
Order early, if you can not come to the store ,
we have three phones for your convenience.
Best Grade Potatoes, 100 pounds $2.50
Dclickuis Apples, extra fancy, box $4.25
Imperial Pium Pie Filler, package 25c
Plenty of fine quality Blue Stone.
Place your order for Cane Sugar but of next
car, 100 pounds $17.60.
(jray &ros. (jrocery a
aAAWA - ' (
orn British Writers, a proeram on Sir
James Mathew Barrio was enjoyeu. m
contained the following Interesting
number: . . "
Sketch of Barrio . . . Mrs, I). D.Hobart
ItPKillnir from "A Window In'
Thrums" .' Mrs. A. J. Owen
Iteview of "Alice Sit By the' Fire"'
............ Mrs. A. 1 Schaefor
Reading of "Rosalind"
Mrs. H. J. Warner
An hour over the tea cups proved
delightful as the program ended, the
guests adjourning to the dining room
charming -with clusters of gay marl-
golds, to share a buffet luncheon.
About fifteen guests other than
members shared the hospitality of the
club president. Mrs. B. T. Wado ano
Mrs. M. O. Bennett presided at the
bloom-decked table and Mrs. J. C. Mc
Cook, Mray Herbert Thompson and
Mrs, Warner assisted them In serv
betweon Voronjetsch and llarisin. If
Wrangcl's men have pushed across the
river Don. as Indicated, they wilt have
cut all except the line of railway con
necting the Caucasus with tho main
part of Russia.
WRANGEL BELIEVED TO
HAVE CROSSED RIVER
J COPENHAGEN, Oct. 1. (V. P.)
General W ran gel's anti-bolshevik
I forces have practically Isolated soviet
armies in the Caucasus, according to
Helsingfors dispatch. . He said Wran
1 gnl troops hroke the bolshevik front
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$10,000 HOME FOR
STRAY CANINES AND
CATS IS PLANNED
SEATTLE?, Oct.. 1. A. ' P.)
Plans for the erection of a $10,009
home for stray cats, dogs and other
animals are being formulated by the
King county Humane Society, it was
announced today by Chan. M. Farrar.
president of that organization. Til
society already operates a' "homo"
here which Is badly overcrowded, Mr.
Farrar said. Lota have been purchas
ed for the site of the proposed new
home, ho added, and the plana for the
building Include a well equipped, hos
pital for animals. , .
FORMER RESIDENT, TO
CAST VOTE BY MAIL
Miss Harriot Barber, an attor
ney in the department of the. In
terior at Washington, D. C, con
siders herself still a resident of
Oregon and wants to vote in the
presidential and stato election
next Nov. S. She plans to do It
by taking advantage of the absen
tee voting law and cast her vote
Miss Barber, formerly .Inancial
clerk at the Umatilla . Indian:
Agency, learned today that she
may vote by n.all and wired here .
for a ballot to bo sent her. The''
leeal phase of tho situation is all
right, she says she has ascertain
ed at Washington, and Bhe ex
pects to be one of the first to take'
advantage of the new system.
LAREDO PUTS UP BAR
TO ESCAPE PLAGUE
LAREDO, Texas, Oct. 1, A. p.)
Owing to the prevalence of yellow
fever In Tamplco, Tuvpam and Vera
Cruz, quarantine has been established
by the public health service officials
here against persons arriving1 In Iore
do who have been In any one of tho
three cities within the past six days.
COUNTIES MAY JOIN TO
TEST HIGHWAY PLAN
Cooperation of Union, Baker, Wal
lowa and Morrow counties in the op
position to proposed Columbia High,
way extension from Umatilla to Wal
lula is to be asked by the Pendleton
Commercial Association In letters sent
out today by Secretary C. IC Cranston.
The board of managers, irt session last
night,, took the stand that these coun
ties should loin Pendleton and ' Uma
tilla county in protesting against
such a move on tho part of the state
Completion of road projects In
Kastern Oregon counties Is paramount
to the building of a road through 25
miles of sand dunes to provide a short
out' to Walla Walla; the local people:
believe. There is a great deal of Im
provement possible in the- five big
counties of Eastern Oregon which
could benefit the stato far more than
tho new road suggested, it is felt here,
and letters to the state highway com
mission emphasizing this point, are
suggested. r - ...
La Orande is getting In line with
the scheme and it is expected ' that
Nforrow county will bo quick to see
the folly of tho plan and align itself
for more road work or bettor work on
roads now under construction. ' The
highway commissioners plan to look
over the route of the proposed high
way before deciding at their Novem
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In coats so nearly resembling tho natural fur that there
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Priced $35.00 to $150.00
it is not known who will enter tho
Lawrence and Kennedy w.'ll have a
chance at center. Hovel as right guard
and Kramer as left guard with Adkln
son to enter at some time during the
game. Cioedecke will play right tackle
with Gratton as a substitute. U War
ner will take left end and Cahlll will
have right end. Snyder will pluy
quarter. . Stendal will play right half
and Davis left half. Terjeson will
again be fullback for the team.
J. Saunders will sub' for the back
field while his brother will be sub at
end. Temple will probubly play at
some time during the game but he has
not been placed as he has been out for
practice but two evenings.
The game Saturday is called " for
2:30 at ttound-Up park. Admission
to the game is SO cents and tickets may
be secured from students or at the
?ato tiaturday. -
I A GRANDE SQUAD IS
SHAPING UP BETTER
LA GRANDE, Oct. 1. Coach Carl
Lodoll. of the La Oramle high school,
Is beginning to, see a resemblance of a
football machine among the 30 men
who arc trying' for places on the team.
Monday was the start of the second '
week of practice, and with It came
several new men,, among them being
Ansnes, a sub of last year, Oarrett a
husky looking llneniani M'oodell an In
experienced player and Alstott, who is
Just breaking into the game but comes
from a family of former high school
stars and should make good in the
line. Ail of these men add materially
to the siiuad and under the watchful
eyes of Coach Lodcll should develop
into valuable players. . ,
The squad Is the largest ever turn
ing out In the history or the scho6l.
and Lodell Is fortunate in having an
assistant, Leo Shannon, . formerly of
tho Mare Island Marines and a team
mate of the former. Shannon Is nut
eligible to play on account of the age
limit, but is a student at the high
school and instructor In military train
ing, lie also was Captain and eoata
of the W. H. C, frcshmeu team of last
Coach Lodell haa not chosen , hie
first team as yet but. la giving every
one of the squad a thorough trial and
toachlng them all the fundamentals of
football. In all probabilities the first
gamo of the season ?will be a practice
one with the alumni a week from next
FIRST FOOTBALL GAME
IS SET FOR SATURDAY
Pendleton will have its first football
game of the season tomorrow when
the high school meets Pasco h.'gh
school here. Not much is known of:
Pasco's team this year but Pendleton's!
team Is In fine condition and it is
thought they will win. Coach Hanlcy I
has selected a team that will meet Pas- ,
co. In the lineup are several extra!
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