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Social and Club News
ELKS WILL ENTERTAIN.
A "Victory Hall" on November 10,
h v. of Armistice day. hua been
u-heduled by Pendleton Lodge No.
281 B. P. . Klk, as the premiere of
a series of five dances which will
tnrk the winter season. The event
will take place In the elersant ball room
of the new KlkV home and la planned
by the order aa a celebration of pa
triotism. RETURNS FROM VISIT.
Mr, fl. E. Pertwter has returned
from a vlall In Portland and Salem
which haa occupied most of the past
furtnlithl.. After a short atay In the
former place. Mrs. Perinirnr was the
house guest of Mrs. William Lytle In
the capital city where a boat of Inter-atinf-oompltmenta
marked her visit.
CHAPTER WILL ENTERTAIN,
Eastern Star membera are antici
pating a meeting thla evening at which
Initiation la to be followed by a social
hour. The approach of Hallowe'en
promises to be evidenced in appoint
ments of the later affair. The chap
ter will meet at 7: JO o'clock.
IS GUEST FOR DAT.
Mrs. Shirley Albrecht of Pilot Rock,
pent yesterday visiting at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. lEhrl Sawyer, at 810
B1I1I.E CIRCLE TO MEET
Tho Bible Reading Circle will meet
tomorrow afternoon at J o'clock In the
committee room of the library.
SILVER TEA SCHEDULED.
The home of Mrs. U U Rogers la to
be the scene tomorrow of the annual
silver tea of the Presbyterian mission
ary society. The event, always an In
teresting; one. Is scheduled for S:30
o'clock and 1S20 hostesses will be Mrs.
Rogers. Mrs. S. R. Thompson, Mrs.
David Hill, Mrs. W. N. Matlock, Mrs.
Horace Mann, Mrs. J. W. Malnney,
Mrs. Raymond Hatch and Mrs. Elmer
RECEPTION IS ANTICIPATED
Interest among the older residents
is centering thia week In a reception to
be given at the attractive home of
Mrs. William Matlock in the Matlock
apartment on West Court and Garden
streets, where the Pioneer Ladies
Club will entertain on Thursday even
ing. Husbands of the hostesses and
members of the Historical Society are
to be guests and an Informal program
is to fill the earlier hours. It will in
clude the following numbers:
IIOPF'S UPSTAIRS S II O
Beautiful reproductions of
highest grade fur models .de
veloped in UKONSEAL, SEAL
PLUSH, HUDSON BAY
PLUSH, etc. Beautiful, large
fur colars and cuffs of black op
posum. and Australian opposum.
Some of the best models we have
shown this season.
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UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alt
Phone 1014, 475, 351
Quartette Mrs. Louise ' Lumpkin
Mrs. Winn Johnson. Mrs. William
Mays and J. N. Scott.
Reading Mrs. Mays.
Vocal Solo Mrs. James Hill. .
Entertainment Jock Coleman.
Talk J. H. Ratey.
Talk Dr. Fred IJeuallen.
Coeal Solo Mrs. B. I nurroiig-hs.
Duet MIns Anderson and Mr. Cole
Dancing and a supper, hour will fol
low the program.
MIRS WATSON" IS BRIDE.
Miss Thelma Bessie VVfctson this
morning became the bride of Oottlleb
B. Heis of Seattle, the service being
performed at the home of Rev. anil
Mrs. J. K. Ireland, 315 West Court
street, with' Rev. Mr. Ireland officiat
ing. Mrs. Ireland Is an aunt of the
Vows, were exchanged at 9:30
o'clock and the service was simply ap
pointed. The bride's father, Marion
Watson, and her uncie, Roy Inman
both of Washington, were guests here
for the event.
A luncheon followed the wedding at
the Ireland home where Mr. and Mrs.
Heis are guests today. They are to de
part soon Tor Seattle to make their
STATE PRESIDEXT TO VISIT
Mrs. Ward Swope, state president
of the Christian Women's Board of
Missions, will visit Pendleton on
Thursday October 28, Instead of on
Friday as was expected, says a tele
gram received today by Mrs. Margaret
Hoover, president of the local C, W,
Mrs. Swope will arrive on No. 17 and
the Pendleton missionary society will
serve luncheon at the church for mem
bers of the organization and invited
friends. An open meeting is schedul
ed for 2:30 o'clock to which all ladles
of the church and public are bidden.
Mrs. Swope will be here on her re
turn west from the national convention
at St. Louis and brings a message to
local missionary workers.s
MRS. OLIVER IS HONORED
At the attractive home of Mrs.
Charles Bonney on North Main street
a group of friends gathered Saturday
to bid adieu to Sirs. Roland N. Oliver,
well known local matron, who Is soon
to leave for Montana. Hostesses for
the event were Mrs. Bonney, Mrs. J. T.
MOTORMAX NOT LOSING
"I don't think anyone ever suffered
more from stomach trouble and bloat
ing than I have. I had to lay off my
run more than half the time and could
get not help from prescriptions or
medicine. One of my friends advised
using Mayr's Wonderful Remedy,,
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lost a day since takiag It. It Is a sim
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i On 1 7 Million Jan UttiYtaki
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' Horse Radish Root, pound . . 40c ,
, ' Sweet Potatoes, 4 pounds. 25c '
',; Large Head Lettuce 15c
Celery, bunch 15c
e Spinach, pound 10c
Fancy Red Peppers, pound 30c
Green Peppers, pound 25c
Cauliflower, hetd 30c, 40c
Cranberries, pound 30c
- - Quinces, 3 pounds 50c
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LUXURIANT FUR FABRIC
AT SPECIAL PRICES.
Lieuallen and Mrs. Clarence Penland.
The rooms were abloom wun iovei
autumn garden flowers and after a
few Informal hours the Quests enjoyed
a delightful luncheon.
Keen regret was expressed there and
is being made evident among a wide
circle of Pendleton friends over tne
coming departure of the, Olivers.
CLUB MEETING POSTPONED.
A meeting: of the Research Club
scheduled for Thursday is not to be
held until . Saturday, the change of
day. however, being only temporary
and made to avoid conflicting events
this week. 8. A. Newberry and
Mrs. Qault are to be Saturday's host
SOCIAL CLUB MEETS.
St. Mary's Social Club Is the nam
for Pendleton's latest addition to club
circles. The organization, formed a
week ago by 65 men and women of
St. Mary's parish, met last night at
the K. of C. hall. The men of the
club entertained the ladies at a dain
ty supper, which was followed by a
dance. The club will meet twice a
month. Frank Oarsch is president.
Miss Mary Schultx, vice president and
Jack C. Cahill, secretary-treasurer.
Vote X. 63
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The legality of the Grande Ronde
Irrigation District, withheld for nearly
three years because of litigation, was
definitely and finally upheld today
when the supreme court of Oregon, In
session here, dismissed the appeal
pending against the district. The case
was brought by certain dissatisfied
land owners under the district and the
district attorney of Union county, ac
cording to Colon R. Eberhard, attor
ney for the district.
The district was organized to re
claim about 20,000 acres of land con
tiguous to the Grande Ronde river In
Union county. Progress was held up
pending settlement of the dispute.
All morning the supreme court was
busied with heaslng arguments in the
.:ue of William Marks, respondent, vs.
Twohy Brros., appellants, from Crook
county. This consisted of five cases
argued as ons and is expected to be
the longest of the session, jresieraay
seven cases were argued and submit
ted. . -
This afternoon the following cases
were 'exoeoted to come up: State of
Oregon, appellant, vs. Price Gates, re
sDondent: State of Oregon, respondent,
vs., Frank Turnbow, appellant; First
National Bank of Elgin appellants vs.
Summervllle Lumber Co., et al., re
spondents; Edward O. Wilson, respon
dent, vs. North Powder iMIUIng and
Mercantile Co., appellants, all of Union
county. . .
SALEM, Oct. 26. (IT. P.) Rev.
W. H. Cox appeared before Governor
Olcott today and made a lengthy ap
nea) that the sentences - of Hart,
Owens and Rathle be commuted to
Newsoaper men entering the ex
ecutive offices at the time of the
conference were rebuffed by Rev.
Mr Cor who turned to Olcott and in
emphatic terms remarked: "This in
terview with you. Governor, is strict
ly private, as I have already had too
mimh mihlicltv." It was said that
the minister submitted to the gover
nor a cetitlon containing the names
of several hundred eastern Oregon
citizens asking' execstlve clemency
for the three prisoners.
Independent candidate for
Sheriff "of Umatilla Co. ,
Seniors Hold Meeting. -The seni
or class met last evening to set a time
for their play. Tryouts will be held
' today and tomorrow. The committee :
!to choose characters are. Miss Olive
Rosche, faculty advisor; Lisa Laura
'Rose, coach, and Miss Oda St. Peter
. of the English department. Miss Ross
discussed each part of the play sepa
rately so that each might get an Idea
of the part for which he wishes to try
out. The class decided to paint their
class numeral on the fire house this
evening. There are more than 40 In
the class and only 12 parts In the play
so that competition for the parts will
Jreatei an appetite, aids digestion,
purines the blood, and thus relieves
scrofula, catarrh, the . pains and
aches of rheumatism and give
strength to the whole system.
Nearly SO years' phenomenal sales
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California". Says Southern Cal
ifornia Will Give Big Vote for
: League of Nations; Wash-
ington Split Helps Cox.
(BY WARD A. IRVINE)
Ths League of Nations Issue Will
very likely carry California for Cox,
George E. Brewster, California con
tractor, declared In Portland yester
day on his way home from a trip into
Washington. The vote In Washing
ton will be very close with the odd
possibly favoring the progressive Ohic
governor, Brewster added.
"Churches all over California ar
for Cox and a League of Nations,"
Brewster declared. "Moreover, the
women all favor a League. I haven't
talked to a woman that doesn't want
to end war and they will all vote for
Cox to that end. In northern Califor
nia, where I live, there are a good
many ' republicans who will vote for
Harding because he carries the label,
but the vote in Southern California
will be two to one for the Leagie
Down there republicans are Ignoring
party lines for the League of Nations
I think tho vote will be close for the
state, but I think the women will de
cide the question in favor of Cox and
the League." - ' '
Close in Washington. -
Mr. Brewster predicts a close vote
in Washington, with Cox as his fa
vorlte. There, he says, the farm-labor
party has so split the vote, that
It offsets the regular republican ma
jority, and he expects the . farm-la-
In coats so nearly resembling the national fur that
there la practically no choice when considering the
great price difference. Created of the finest Halt's fur
fabrics exclusively which are noted Tor their rich real
effect, fine texture and long life. Large fur collars
and cuffs. ,
Now Priced $39.50 to $145.00
borites to vote for Cox because of his
record, and because of the knowledge
that votes to Debs and Chrlatensen
are wasted. The women In Washing
ton, Brewster says, as In California,
will vote for the league, and their
votes,, along with the farm-laborltes,
would easily carry Cox through to a
Another point that Brewster
stresses as favoring Cox In both states
Is the present good times. Many
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locular vein of the 'hard times" under
"Were we ever In better shape than
we are now 7" Brewster says was a
"You tell the boys Cox Is going to
win." Brewster flung as he left in
search of wagers. He has bet $3000
n Cox, and was searching in Port
and for more Harding money.
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Representative in Legisla
ture for Umatilla County.
Resident of Umatilla county S6 years,
property owner and tax payer '
for 80 years.
Vote 57 X Manuel Friedly
(Paid Adv.) ,
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