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DAILY EAST OXEGONIAN, PENDLETOST, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENHrGf,"OCTOBER 2, 1020.
Social and Club News
DANCINO I'AKTY fK'HKIHl.KU
Kugle-Woodman hall Is lo Ik the
ncrnn rtwturday evening of a dancing
party to I enjoyed by a Broup of the
vounncr folk. Several youna; mm
will iKnor the affair nml mrmUors
of the hlRh school football eleven are
to be honored.
CEPAUT POK WTOMIXn
Mr. and Mrs. William P. Fierce loft
thla tnornlng for southern Warning
lor a monih'e visit with friends.
PLANS VISIT TO SISTRR.
Mis Manraret erger will leave on
No. 18 tht evening en route to Enter
prise, accompanied by her nephew,
Kay mood Stickler, who has been vla
Itlnir here. Minn Joerser will visit
with her sister, Mrs. A. K. Stickler, anil
brother, John Joerirer, who Is In bus
iness with Mr. Stickler in Enterprise
TO LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA.
Hoping for fairer weather, Mr. and
Mrs. F. 'E. KlnR. Air. and Mrs. J. M.
Kern, Miss Merle Kins, Miss Lorene
Kinn and Lester King are lafinj plans
to depart Monday morning for a mo
tor trip to California. Long Beach Is
their Intended destination but after
reaching the southern state they may
decde lo locate at Santa Monica. They
Plan to remain until next summer and
the younger folic will enter school
there. The Kings spent three months
of last winter at the California beach
HOPPS UPSTAIRS SHOP
GARMENTS WITH ORIGINALITY
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, BLOUSES
' - , Prices in accordance with our low
qp.VCEItT IS DELIGHTFUL.
Pleasing indeed was the concert last
evening which afforded Pendleton an
opportunity to hear Oswald Olson,
basso pi of undo, and master of voice
who sang at the Christian church be
fore scores of delighted listeners.
Mr. Olson's ability in the operatic
field was well demonstrated in the
rendition of several arlns from differ
ent operas and ample opportunity was
afforded in the songs to prove remark
able range and voice control.
Interesting indeed was the singer's
selection of "Dreams," a charming
composition by Mrs. Nellie Whiting
McDonald, prominent local pianist,
who was chosen as Mr. Olson's accom
Another number occasioning delight
was "Alone in Love's Garden" (Hew
ed) arranged witlt violin obligato by
Bert A. McDonald, talented local mu
Mr. Olson Is head of the vocal de
partment of the Malen Burnett School
of Music In Walla Walla and his work
lust evening as well as that of his as
sistants, .was marked by power, grace
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Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
CLFB ENJOYS MEETING.
The club room of the library, bright
with a lovely profusion of gay golden
flowers, was the scene yestesrday of an
interesting and delightful affair when
Mrs. J. C. Snow and Mrs. C. S. Jerard
were hostesses for a meeting of the
Current 'Jlorature club. The follow
ing program numbers preceded a fo
ci a 1 hour.
Report of the biennial financial con
vention at DcsMolnes, Mrs. J. R. Ha
Vooal solo Mrs. E. B. Aldrlch.
English Poetry Mrs. M. O. Ben
nett, i -
Readings from Galsworthy Mrs.
Readings from May field Mrs. E. P.
As the guests enjoyed an intormal
tea hour, the dainty table was presid
ed over by Mrs. Mary IMsosway, retir
ing president of the club.
CLUB MEETING DELIGHTFUL
Mrs. Omer Bisslnger was a delight
ful hostess Thursday when members
of the Merry-Go-Round Club and a
number of additional friends were her
Guessing contests, uniquely arrang
ed, supplemented needle work and
chatting as informal diversions, hon
ors being won by Mrs. Garland Gray
and Mrs. Claude Hanscom. A light
luncheon "was served during the final
Guests other than club members In
eluded Mrs. E. L. Ufford. Mrs- Chris
tcna Docktor, Misa Anna Butt and Mrs.
The next meeting is to be held In a
fortnight with Mrs. Clarence Tubbs.
The Finest (Quality Cabbage Raised, see our
North window tonight, we want you
to compare QUALITY.
We Have Tons of This Fine, Cabbage
In 50 Pound Lots or Gver, 'pound 3c :
Remember that we sell the best Blue Stone.
After this fine rain will be a good time to use
it. ; : .
Largest Stock, Highest Quality, Right Prices
(jrray Jros.. (jrocery (o.
MOTOR FROM CANADA.
After an absence of two months ex
actly, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. McLean.
Miss Merle King, Allen McLean, and
Charles McLean, arrived home last
evening from Canada. The journey
was made by motor and 'the party
spent the time at Toungstown where
the McLeans have farming interests.
WILL DEPART SOON
Mrs. J. C. Snow, Miss Rlith Snow
and Claud Snow plan to leave Monday
for Portland, whore the latter two are
to attend school this winter. Miss
Snow la to enter either St. Helen's Hall
or Miss Catlins and her brother will
study at the Museum of Art. Friends
are regretting the family's departure
but are hoping for the return of Mrs.
Snow later in the year. She has taken
an active place in -social and club cir
WELCOME LITTLE SON
Congratulations are being showered
upon Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kerley upon
the arrival of a son September 3(1 at
'St. Anthony's hospital.
0. A. C. REGISTRATION
. IS VERY COSMOPOLITAN
OREGON AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis. Oct. 3. Every coun
.y in Oregon is represented in the stu
dent body of 2864 at the college and
nine foreign countries have represent
atives, as well as 34 other states.
Multnomah leads the counties of
Oregon with an enrollment of 601.
Benton is second with 404. Marion
country has sent 147 students and Linn
-Cal'fornln Is best represented am
ong the states, 241 native sons and
daughters having come to O. A. C.
Washington is a close second with 130.
Idaho sent 90 and Montana 24. Elev
en Filipinos are taking various de
cree courses. ...
Tne largest group of foreign stu
dents on the campus this year num
bers 11 Canadians. students from
Brazil, China, England,' Nova Scotia.
Russia, Scotland. Serbia and Sweden
bring the foreign errollmeht up to 23.
Other states and territories having
students at the college this4 year are
Alaska, Alabama, Arirona. Arkansas,
Colorado, Illinois. Indiana. Iowa,
Kansas, Massachusetts, Michigan,
Minnesota. Missouri, Nebraska. Neva
da, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New
Mexico. New York, North lakota,
Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Phil
ippines.' Rhode Island, South (Iakota,
Texas, Utah, Virginia and Wyoming.
cedure. He wus convicted at Camj
hunston, Kas., last October. Salmon
used every known method to secure
hla release and Is now afmpttng to
end bis life by lf-lmpi.s- I turvation.
THIRSTY IN WASHINGTON
. BRING $125,000 TO U.S.
TACOMA, Wash.. Oct. 2. (A. P.)
Violators of the federal prohibition act
in the state of Washington have
brought $125,000 into the United
suites this year during the first
six months in which the act has been
inforce according to the report of
Donald A. McDonald, federal director
for this district. The cost to the gov
ernment during the same period for
tne maintenance of the department
has been J3000, the report states, with
lis convictions out of 178 arrests.
WICKED GAVEL BUT
HE SECURES ORDER
FORT DOUGLAS PRISONER
SCORNS FOOD 79 DAYS
STAMP OF APPROVAL
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UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phone 1014, 475, 351.
LONDON. Oct. 2. (By Webb Mil
ler. tr. J. Bta.ff Corresnondent.) The
I British cabinet, after officially placing
its stamp of approval on the adminis-
(tratlon of Irish affairs by Chief, Sec
retary Greenwood and General Mac
I ready, today decided to Investigate re
prisals by the Royal Irish constabu
lary for the killing of policemen by
Fein sympathizers, it is learned.
"The government is unanimously
and unqualifiedly behind the Irish ad
ministration," said Greenwood after
meeting. "The condition of Internal
affairs in Irelad is improving rapidly
despote reports to the contrary. The
decision regarding MacSwiney and his
colleagues taxen six weeks ago. Is irre
From semi-official sources it Is
learned that while strictest orders is
sued against further reprisals, no re
troactive measures will be undertaken.
R. H. Van
Winkle, assistant attorney general,
was appointed as Brown's successor.
1. .!!!.,( AWU
VA.f WINKLE SLCCKKIW BROWJT
SALEM, Oct. 2. (U. P.) Corpor
ation Commissioner Kandley today
r.l.rtMl hi. .nnnintm.Til nji altnrtiAV
f iereneral to succeed Brown whom Gov-
w t'ruvr uiuuii iiuiint;u
e I Justice Bennett, resigned
J ' rr-rt rl.'ifmw in -Tinlhr c.iki ft f tin !-
a1 ofij love tHaiiKlf. Ifetitlry died carl)
FAflM-I,ABOK BANKS FLAKTOD
filJOKAXK, Oct. 2. (A. P.)
Plana for the organization of 36 co
operative "farmer-labor" banks In
Washington and Idaho Including a
parent bank and clearing houne In
tnis city with capitalization of $1,000,
000 are announced by Barney Uonald
twn, chairman of the newly created
"faroier-lahor service bureau' today.
M)VK TAXGI,K ENDS FATAJJV
SEATTLE. Oct, 2. (V. p.) Ac
cuid of Hhootlng and fatally wound
ing JartiPi Hndry. aged 40 when he
naw him leaving ht divorced wife
home, after tutting her to a how,
John Walrod. 37. a waiter. In held In
jail today while detective are investl-
DEXVER. Oct. 2. (IT. tP.) 'Re
ported as having refused food 78 days,
Benjamin Salmon, military prisoner at
Fort Douglas. Is being forcibly fed by
prison authorities, according to word
received here. v Salmon is serving a 25
year sentence for draft evasion and
for being a hindrance to military pro-
NEW ROCKFOKI). N. D., Oct. 2
(U P.) Thomas Joyle, chairman of
the I. VV. W. convention here wield
a wicked gavel. "We'll have grave
yard quiet on this floor one way or
other,' he said, railing the convention
to order. Tom tapped the table with
well, it's not commonly called a
"gavel," butTom had order.
MOBS VISIT FACTORY.
LONDON, Oct. 2. l P.) The
Evening News reported today that a
mob of unemployed assvv'.ded outside
factories in Coventry, singing The Rec
Flag" and listening to speeches urg
ing them to seize industries In the
same manner as the Italian metal
workers have done. . According tc
newspapers procesMions entered the
Armstrong and tifddeley umunition
works and held a mass meeting but
dispersed before the arrival of police
"The Iron Bound
Bucket That Hung
In The Welt."
It Brought Up
That Sweet Soft
. Water So Good
B0MX SOAP CHIPS
.Are So Handy and Inexpensive That
Washdays Are Not Dreaded Any More.
Like a 20-MuleTeam, Borax Soap Chips
Pull the Dirt OUT of a Most t
, ... Difficult Spot. , '
"It'lthe Borax in the
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MISSES' AND WOMEN
The falling leaves anil crisp breezes porsuiulo us that .
Fall Is here anil with It docs not your thoughts turn lo
new Fashions and Myles? Something snappy anil
crisp In harmony witn the weather Is reflected In our
new HITITS. COATS and T1RKRKKSI, In fact the very
breath of Full has been woven and needled Into them.
You canrtot help but be pleased with our latest dlnpluy
'of these charming models and we urge-an early In.
The Prices are Reasonable.
Electric power will be shut off from 7 a. m.
to 8 a. m. Sunday, October 3. -
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