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DAILY EAST OKECtCWIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBEft 4, 1920.
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Social and Club News
HETLRNH TO puim-AND
Mint Margaret A. Mann has return
ed to the city utter upending two weeks
visiting with friends In Pendleton dux.
Irs. the Kmind l p. miring her visit
In Pendleton he spent sometime
rm.torlng to Hut I-ake sanatorium and
vsrlntu place of Interest In and around
Pendleton. Portland Journal.
MRS. HAII-UY IX PORTLAND
The following note trom the Port
land Journal will be of Interest to
friend, of Mr.. Thomss O. Halley. for
mer Pendleton matron who recently
returned to Oregon from California:
Mrs. Thomas O. Halley and her
daughter Kltsabeth have taken an
ensrtment at the King Davis for the
11NNER IS DELIGHTFUL,
As a gracious "bon voyage" to Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. KlnB and their family
who will Heave tomorrow tor Califor
nia, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Winn and Mr.
and Mm H. J. Ktnf presided over a
1-30 o'clock dinner yesterday. The
affair was enjoyed at the Winn home
and roses combined -with pastel-toned
asters to grace the attractive table
where covers were laid for Mr. and
Mra F. B. King. Miss Berle King. Mins
Uorene King. Lester King, Mr. and
Mr. K. J. King. Kugene King, Harom
King. Mr. and Mrs. Winn, Miss 1-Xther
.,..! u'inn and Merton Winn.
The King family will make the trip
to California by motor,
throughout the school year probably
at Long Beach.
WILL SOJOURN IN PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. XI. Alexander . are
planning to spend th winter months
in Portland. Mrs. Alexander de
parted yesterday and her husband Is
to join her ,in a few days.
MISS KING HONORED.
Miss Lorene King who Is to leave
tomorrow as a member of a motor
party to California, was complimented
in a delightful way Saturday evening
when a group of the young folk at
Riverside entertained for her pleas
ure at the home of Mr. and Mrs, J. V.
English. Games and music were di
versions of the early evening hours
and the guests gathered later for a
delightful buffet supper. About
twenty friends joined, in extending the
MISS SNOW IS FETED
Miss Ruth Snow, before her de
parture for Portland, was compliment
ed In a charming way Saturday even
ing by girls of the Phoenl Club, who
presided over a prettily appointed
dinner at the home of Mlsa Blanche
Isaacs. The affair In the nature of
an "adieu", was most informal and
the gbrla who shared the festivity were,
besides the honoree. Miss Mildred Rog.
era, Miss Marie Temple. Miss Cather
ine itcXary, Miss Marguerite Humph
rey, Miss Geraldine Morrison, Mlsa Al
berta McMonies, Miss Mary Clarke,
J Miss Genevieve Phelps, Miss Barbara
1 Edmonds. Miss Marjorie McMonies
Miss Edna Murphy, Miss Ruth Mlnnis,
Miss Catherine Granholm and Miss
HOPFS UPSTAIRS SHOP
'yr. .... A
At $39.73, $42.50, $59.50,
$69.50 and up to $185.00.
New arrivals in both straight
line and ripple effects.
New shades of Fawn, Rein
deer, Rust. Nigger Urown, Navy
and Teul Duck.
PIONEER Cl.l'H TO MrTET. "
The Pioneer 1 .allies Club will meet
tomorrow afternoon in the club room
of the library. This will be the eec
ond meeting of the season. It is
scheduled for o'clock.. '
WILL VISIT IN PORTIAND.
Mrs. J. N. Burgess Is domiciled al
the Mallory In Portland and plans to
remain there for an extended stay.
She recently returned from a month's
trip to Alaska. '
LA GRANDE) FOLK VISIT
Mr. and Mrs, Jack HUlory and son,
Harold HUlory, of La Grande are
guests In Pendleton at the home of
Mr. ami Mrs. James B. Perry on South
Main street. They arrived Saturday.
RETURNS FROM IDAHO
Mrs. C. W. Kemper has returned
tn h.r t,nm In Pendleton after spend
ing the past seven months at the home
of her daughter Mrs. George iwuoner
, nrt intr Trintin. Mrs. Kemper will
stay in town during school months so
her grandchildren may attena me cny
urea TlTIm IS BRIDE.
A beautifully appointed wedding
service Saturday evening united Miss
i,- iTavin, a nil Rftrmond ThomDSOn.
the ceremony being performed at the
home of the bride's motner, Mrs. i-ejia
Taylor, on Arc street, at o ciock.
Ahont twenty friends witnessed . the
exchange of vows.
Miss Hasel Cook .was cnosen as
bridesmaid and Joseph Portler acted
.... vi Ttifimnnsiii's best man. Mr.
Portier is the husband of the bride's
twin slater who was formerly fliiss
Th. urvire took Dlace in a verit
able bower of ferns, asters and fra
grant carnations. The bride was a
..1 nl-t,. In A it ll i ii t v gown of
shell pink georgette and she wore a
corsage bouquet of bride's roses and
Cecil Brunner buds of pink. Miss
Cook chose a frock of taupe taffeta
and her iouquet was tasnionea trom
th Mime blossoms.
A buffet supper followed the ser
vice, a great cluster or red ana wmte
ra matiinH (.entering -the table. Mrs.
Uinotmnn T 11 11 C Mia Evelvn McKensle
and Miss Grace Halley assisted airs.
Taylon in serving the guests.
EVlAniia am reloicinir in the fact
that Mr. Thompson and his bride are
to make their home in Pendleton, ne
being associated with the grocery de
partment of Alexanders.
White Teeth, Healthy Gum,
and a Clean Mouth
PEOPLE who use Klenzo Dental
Creme regularly, tell us that it
keeps their teeth white their
gums firm and their mouths
healthy, clean, and comfortable,
with that Cool, Clean, TSleaxo
And Klenzo is a safe dentifrice,
approved by the dental profession
because it does ell that any
dentifrice ought to do.
. -TsVAl If
John Dickson to Retire.
John Dickson, treasurer or tne
Peoples Warehouse, is to retire from
that business on Jan. 1, 1921, and
enter other lines of work. Mr. Dick
son has disposed of his Interest in the
ouslness but will remain ior me resi
of the year in his present capacity.
Alterations Being Made
. i... ua intflrinr of the
former Independent Garage building
i helnr made for McClintock &
Simpson, who will use the big build
ing for their business. New fronts
are being put in and partitions have
been removed which give the entire
floor space to one room. ' '
MaclUnery For MtU On Way '
JUNEAU, Alaska, Oct. 2. Machin
ery for Alaska's first pulp and paper
mill is reported on its way north from
the east. The new mill is to be built
on the Speel River, near here; A saw
mill is already at work on the ground
cutting timber for the buildings and
docks. Water power will be used ex
clusively. . .
DEFENSE RAPS HARD
(Continued from page 1.)
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
...... THE REXALL STORE
which ended in the shooting of Sher
iff Taylor and the covering of Wyrtck
with Hart's gun.
Capture Is Described. ' .
J. H. McLachlen. of La Grande, who
was at the head of the posse that cap
tured the two men In a sheep camp in
the mountains near Summerville, told
of the capture and the conduct of the
men to the jail at La Grande, follow
ing it with the delivery of them to
officers from here. After he was
heard the state rested its case.
Floyd Henderson was called to the
stand by the defense to tell of the oc
currences In the Jail on the night of
the capture but was not given a
chance to testify because of the dis
trict attorney's motion. He was to be
called again this afternoon.
Bancroft was to be called by the de
fense this afternoon and also R. W
Fletcher of the grand Jury, whose
story has been one of the big points
for the state, J. A. Schmidt, also a
member of the grand Jury, was called
BotHntiv tn tell of the confessions.
after arguments had been finished on
the defense's motion not to allow the
testimony of Mr. Fletcher.
MTIICAN IAJT A1 POLAND
(Continued from page 1.)
The Bowman Shop on account of go
ing out of business, requests that all
outstanding accounts be paid on or be
fore Oct- 10th, otherwise will be placed
in a lawyers hands for collection.
Lithuania was to agree that holshe
..(1.1 nva annnii not be nermltted to
outer the country enroute to Poland.
Poles Batter Russians,
LONDON. Oct 4. U. P.) Ene
mies of bolshevtsm are crashing
through the soviet armies on two
fronts today. Rumors by way 01
Scandinavian countries Indicated that
r.,..ian affair are In a turmoil, with
strikes and hunger adding to the dif
ficulties of soviet rulers, a marrow
itatement today said the Polish troore
are almost unhampered In their ad
vance eastward. A- communique sal-l
the Poles have occupied movogroaes.
Twenty six soviet divisions have
been destroyed, according to a state
Booty falling to Polisn troops nr
reached an enormous total. The num
. . -t j.n.r. In the last Pollfh
drive w announced as 4S,00. Ceneral
Filsudskl. head of the i-onn love-,,-irent
is reported to have taken flu
,i.i,i n.rwnMv. to main the attack
Have you tried this fine food product? If not
you are missing something good.
We were the first in Pendleton to stock Excello
We carry the complete line, Chocolate, Devil
Food, Lemon and Vanilla. Include a few pack
ages with your next order. .
40 to 50 cetnts per package
Best Potatoes, 100 pounds $2.50
Best Cane Sugar, out of next car, 100 lbs $17.60
Plenty of best quality Bluestone.
Gray ros. (jrocery Qo.
TO HEROES WHO FELL
MARION, Oct. 4. A. P.) Senator
Harding motored today to Fremont,
Ohio, where he spoke at the dedication
of a, memorial table In honor of the
soldiers who died in the great war. In
the address he praised the heroism of
the American expeditionary force. He
aBked that their services be made an
example to Americans In peace time
patriotism. He did not touch on poll,
. i -
.Bays America FcelW Secure
FREMONT, Ohio, Oct. 4. (U. P-
Tribute to the soldiers who fell in
the world war -as paid by Senator
Harding today when he unveiled a
bronze tablet In their honor at Spie
gel Orove, near here. Governor Cox
was tnvljed to the ceremonies but can
celled the engagement. The meeting
Somehow there Is a feeling of renew
ed security throughout . the world"
Senator Harding said. "This ia not
alon,e for what you have done under
arms; it is because of what America
knows you will do in peace."
Approval of recent speeches bytSen
ator Johnson, which contained en
dorsements of the party platform and
Senator Harding's Interpretation of It,
was expressed in a statement by Hard
ing. He added he had' been greatly
pleased with the speeches of Senator
UnMK r '1 -11 i it hA btiaW tA Wllll(t ilA
just as pleased with those he .will
make In the ruture. He said ne was
assured Senator Borah would continue
speaking. . . - '
CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET
(Continued from page 1.)
levels. We are of the opinion (hat a
greater amount of activity, on the up
side In the railroad department of the
list will be witnessed and also believe
that the strong technical " position of
many of the Industrial issues contains
to a great degree to what surface fac
tors there remains on the selling side.
(From Overbeck & Cooke Co.")
London, 350; Paris. 672: Beligum,
"10; Germany,, 165; Austria, .48;. Hol
land, 4112. '
GETS RUTH'S. 50TH HOME-RUN BAT
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OF INDIVIDUALITY AND STYLE
Ripple and straight line garments that are different,.
Suits more delightful or beautiful would be hard to
find. . All the popular materials and colors. '
. Priced $45.00 to $125.00 .;
. COMPARISON INVITED
ON FIFTY-THIRD DAY
LONDON,' Oct. 4. (A. P.) Doc,
tors do not find much change In Lord
Mayor MacSwlhey's ' condition -exceit
that he is very weary, said u bulletin
today. He passed a fair night.
now riitjr-raira nay
LONDON, Oct.. 4. (U. F) Lord
Mayor MaoSwlney was almost com
pletely exhausted this morning at tha
beginning of .the fifty-third day of his
hunger strike, inn Fein bulletin nsi
nounced. - - ' . ' . . ?
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Sells anytfwna;, anytune, anywhere , .'
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Seo K. I SMITH, Clerk. Phone CS ,
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NEW YORK The picture sbowt Babe Ruth giving the bat,
with wblcb be bad lust knocked out bis 60th home run, to Mill
Kosbkarlan, representing the Near Bast Relief. The bat will be
auctioned off for the benefit of the Armenian orphans.
bfoocbial coughs by taking
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YOU CAN GET RID OF the
annoying, distressings) cough
that result from constant effort
to clear a "tickling" throat pr even
the deep, heavy, wrenching cough that sc
s bsd cold; you csa relieve spat- -ip,
whooping couch, Is grippe and
night by taking -
Honey and Tar
' Do not accept a substitute. . The
curative influence of pine tar and the
balmy, Iszative effect of honey sre so well
known that there sre many imitations of
the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound on the market, -but imitations lack the
scientific blending and other healing ingtedi
cats found exclusively in Foley's.
Tn Fir it Dose Gave Relief
C. E.' Sumnun. Holdredea. N.b- writer: "Sasie
UflM see I CMitret4 very couch and cold due
to ccsowtrc. Mr cottdh dot aotMMl I could hardly sloop
for two or throa eights. A frtond of saiaa rocommcadod '
Foloy 'a Honoy and Tar Conwoaa. and I dot a 90c botllo.
Too oory ferat doao relieved aao. I took a second deea
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Hooey and Tar full credit for sir epeedr sad aarsuipnt
SEE THE LATEST STYLE IN RANGES
The range with concealed hinges, catches, latches, corners and
crevices. - i
Tile range as smooth as a dish because the nickel ports are free of
rivets and bolt heads. . " ;
The range with four walls and an air space--bullt like a thermos
The range with a solid one-piece malleable Iron back flue.
The range with a square smoke pipe. - . -
Copper-Ciad means pure sheet copper is placet! between the sweaty :
asbestos and range body.. To place it elsewhere would be like climb
ing on top of,a roof to get out of the wet.
For one week, beginning Oct. tltli, tlie Copper-Clad Range will be
demonstrated by a Copper-Clad Crank. '
AlfalfSf lliscalts bnkett In Copper-Clad oven served every day.
Prompt step should be taken to check
coughing st sight. It not only weakens (he
sufferer, but it is troubleaome to other mem
bers of the family. Lom ol sleep ssd nervous
strain quickly wesr out the afflicted one, lad
be or she soon is in so condition to ward off
attack of more dangerous sickness,. .
THIS RKT OP KI.rXJANT ALVMIUUM WARE FREE .
with every Range sold during demonstration week, Oct- 11-17.
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HOME FURNISHER t
10. I- Court St.
as effectivs as possible.