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DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1821.
Social and Club Nezvs
Ml( KXCll.ISH TS UIUDI3
At an attractive home wedding yes
terday afternoon at the home of the
trlde's parents, Mr. and Mm. K. J.
kngllsh, of Hlrth, Miss Lillian Knglt:i
tet-ame the bride of John V. Hose,
young business man of Helix. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. V.
II. Cox, pastor of the Uamlst church
of thla city. In the presence of about
fifty relative and friends.
l'reeedlng the ceremony, Miss Ruth
Kills nana; a nolo. The wedding march
wan played by Mrs. V. H. Snider, and
the marriage vow were plighted te
nth a canopy of pink and while.
Th bride naa charming In a wed
ding gown of white satin with over
dress of embroidered georgette In flesh
color, worn with satin girdle, and cor
ang of pink and white carnations. Mr.
Edith Eheler, of Helix, atster of the
bride, who wore a gown of blue, wns
matron of .honor. Clarence Waason, of
lleltv, waa beat man.
Following the ceremony, a wedding
supper waa served amid a setting of
rosea and greenery. Two wedding
cake were cut by the bride. Among
the guests present were Mr. and Mr.
Harry Rose,. E. B. Tate, Mis Gene
vieve Rose, Mrs. Edith Eheler, Ernest
Eheler. Kenneth Eheler, all of Helix;
Kev. and Mrs. W. H. Cox, Stanley Cox
and Marjorie Cox, of Pendleton; Nyke
English. Charles English. Edwin
Throckmorton, Mr. and Mrs. V, H.
Tompkins,' Mr. and Mrs. J. Merx, F.
M. Hanan, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Duke,
Air. and Mrs. A. U Kennedy, John F.
Heath, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hi. Snyder,
Miss Ruth Ellis, Mr. and Mrs. E. M.
Woods, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'. White, A.
D. Scott. C- J. Wasson, Miss Ruth Sny
der, and Perry Woods.
The couple left yesterday for Helix,
HOfF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
fara aV -ar"--"" rtr aV
t i r.Di?ocrc
Ruffles galore, metal stitching, puff
ing on the hips and sleeves are some of
the new features.
You'll like the new prices.
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OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
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KANTLEEK is built like a
bottle all in one piece.
Most hot-water bottles are
made in sections, then cemented
together. When cement dries
and cracks, the bottle leaks.
Every Kantleek Hot-Water
Bag is moulded of pure soft
rubber one continuous piece.
Mo parts, patches, cement. Even
stopper socket is moulded in.
And guaranteed for full two
years service or a new Kant
Don't wait until your old bag
leaks. Get a Kantleek. Your old
one may break open tonight.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
New Shipment of Medicine
for your Chickens just received. Why
not give it a trial. Prices are reasonable.
Phone 1014, 351
where they will, make their home.
Mrs,. Itosc wore a smart street dress of
blue Iricotine, with small toque to
match. t-he is a girl of pleasing per
sonality and has a host of friends. Mr.
Rose Is well known also.
MRS. THOMPSON IS HOSTESS.
Mrs. S. R. Thompson is hostess to
day for a meeting of the Duplicate
Whist Club. The c:ub meets each
ARTISAN'S WILL MEET.
The members of the Artisans will
meet tomorrow afternoon. There will
be a program, followed by refresh
XO MEETlXa VF BUST BEES.
There will tx no meeting of the
Busy Bees of the Maccabees tomorrow
The meeting has been postponed for a
MISS BOWMAN" RETURN'S
Miss Leona Bowman returned yes
terday from Wallace, Idaho, where
she spent the past two weeks as the
guest of Miss Mary Wilkes.
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McPherson
left this morning for Portland where
they will visit Mrs. McTherson's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Anderson.
HISS SEARS IS CxUEST
Miss Eleanor Sears, of Boston, was
the guest of Miss Elizabeth Sawteile a.!
the R. M. Sawtelle home on Saturday.
M'.ss Sears Is returning to her home
after a visit In California.
MISS SCOTT IS HOSTESS
Miss Pauline Scott, aged eight. Is a
charming young hostess today at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph N. Scott. She Is entertaining
30 little guests in honor of her sister
Margaret, who Is ten years old today.
LAWRENCE DINNEEN WEDS
An event of last week was the wed
ding of Lawrence Llnneen and Miss
Marcella Larkins, of Portland. Mr.
Dtnneen will be remembered in Pen
dleton where he has many friends. He
is now editor of the Catholic. Sentinel.
LOTAL WORKERS TO MEET
The loyal Workers of the Christian
Church will meet tomorrow afternoon
at the home of Mrs. C. W. Matthews.
The afternoon will be spent In making
bed-linens for the Old Peoples Home
maintained by the Christian Church at
Walla Walla. .
MR. AND MRS. AVERILL TO
and Mrs. E. F. Averill, who are
returning to Pendleton after residing
for some time In Spokane, expect to
arrive here by February. 1. They will
make their home at 214 Perkins ave
nue. Mr. Averill will be associated in
business with his father-in-law, G. W.
BIRTHDAY DINNER GIVEN
The sixteenth birthday of Donald
Whiteman was the occasion for an an
niversary dinner yesterday for which
his mother, Mrs. C. C. Whiteman, was
hostess at the Whiteman home on
Jackson street. Roast turkey and a
large white birthday cake were prom
inent features of thmenu. Seated at
the candle-lighted table were J. T.
Lambirth, Donald McCook. Tom Johns,
Fred Rohrman, Charles Johnson. Rus
sell Vaughan, Richard Simis, Vernon
Fowler, John Beckwith, Claude Gil
lette, Alfred Lockwood, Wilson Mc
Nary, Bobby Dunn and Donald White
man. After dinner' the boys spent the
hours In flaying tall and taking kodak
MISS SCOTT ENTERTAINS
Thirty little maids were guests of
little Miss Pauline Scott on Saturday
afternoon, the occasion- being the
tenth birthday of Miss Margaret Scott,
sister of the hostess. Marion Hull was
the winner of a prize in a wax bodel
Ing contest which was an Interesting
feature during the afternoon. Another
game which afforded merriment was
"ne in which peanuts were carried
from one goal to another, rink and
white formed the color scheme In dec-
ot'ne t Srott home and the same
hades were on the table for a gleam
ing birthday cake and pink and white
stick candy tied with ribbon bows.
Mrs. J. N. Scott, mother of the young
hostess, and Miss Dorothy Lotz assist
ed in serving the luncheon.
AT THE MOVIES.
Gettihg Ready for
'We are in READI
NESS' now to -.serve
you well and earn
your steady patron
I - , v- THE?-';
v shop y. ?
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Gold Dust, 20 packages $1.00
Golden Rod Washing: Powder, 2 packages. 55c
CREME OIL SOAP, 12 bars $1.00
White Beans, 17 pounds '.....$1.00
Extracted Honey, 1-2 gallon, $1.50; gallon, $3.00
Marcella Oil pfot, 65c; quart, $1.25
Country Butter,; 2 pound roll 90c
Ranch Eggs, dozen 55c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
Detroit Builds Carline
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Detroit is out for flnlsb. fight to get beUer and che.per stre.il
ear tervlce Workmen are ebown here laying trackg for the Sew
SCTSJ-wt . ,lrwt' dMP,le efforu 01 ,te prift '
CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET
Saturday's rise In the price of
March and May wheat wai repeated in
today's market, March wheat closing
at J1.71 and May at $1.(1 M. March
wheat closed at $1.67 Saturday and
May at $1.58.
Following are the quotations receiv
ed by overbeck & Cooke, local brok
Open High Low Close
Mar. 1.6714 1.71 1.6714 1.71
May 1.58 1.6214 1.58 1.61H
May .68 .69 .6814 .6814
July .69 .70 .6914 .70
May .44J4 .44 .4414 .44
July .44 14 .44 .4414 .44
May 1.48 14 1.4914 1.48 1.49 14
July . 1.S114 1.31 1.3114
May .68 .67 .68
BERLIN, .017014. '
Vienna, .0028. ;
(From Overback & Cooke Co.) ' '
Whent Sentiment in wheat under
went a right about face over the week
end and that the Ideas were well
founded were substantiated by the ac
tion of the market. The development
having most to do with the reversed
feeling was the publication by the local
press rather exhaustive statistical an
alysis, of the world position ot wheat
which tended to confirm the theory
that the margin of safety between the
supply and requirements this year wi.1
be very narrow. Domestic news too
was of a decidedly more optimistic
tone. Gulf bids to the country were
advanced 1 cent a bushel. Minneapolis
reported the best flour demand In a
.month. Southwestern cash markets
strong and from 2 to 4c higher and
although receipts were large, country
offerines were said to be much smal
'er. Thre was no export business
confirmed up to the close but New
York advised that France had asked
for offers of SO0.000 bushels ot wheal.
The stock of wheat in public and pri
vate elevators decreased last week to a
total of only 881,000 bushels. The po
sition of wheat appearB to be strength
ening daily and In our opinion the in
fluence will manifest itself before
fffl SCHOOL NOTES
1 .. 'i
New Students lUftlster New stu
dents to register at the achool this
morning for the beginning of the sec
ond semester were Mlsa Helen Wil
liams, Miss Marion Sutherland, Miss
Mildred Aune, William McLaughlin,
Claude Snow, Orvlllo Rakestraw,
Richard Rice. Charles Powers, Lester
Stott, Lloyd Van Orsdall and Walmer
Embusk. Several students have left
school but the additions will keep the
registration about the same.
BLOUSES AT HALF PRICE.
SWEATERS AT HALF PRICE
COATS AT HALF PRICE
One Lot of Coats $12.50
Regular $85.00 Dresses $59.50
Regular $13.50 Petticoats $7.95
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL SILK
Kjtulnnt Itoturn Homer Adklnson.
a member of thla year's football team,
has returned to school after a prolong
ed Illness, . ..... .
Mr. Schmidt IU Fred K. Schmidt,
?acher of algebra, waa absent from
his classes this morning. Miss Leura
Jerard substituted In his classes.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE A few tons good alfalfa
hay George Wachtel, Riverside
CLERKS, (men, women) over 17 for
Postal Mail Service. $110 month
Examinations Jan., Feb. Experience
unnecessary. For free particulars of
Instruction write 3. Leonurd, (former
Civil Service Examiner) 949 Equitable
Rldg., Washington, D. C.
Came to my place one brown mare
four years old, star In forehead, brand
ed JV on left shoulder. Owner can
have same by paying for this ad. Her
bert Thompson, Pendleton, Ore.
Notion or Chattel 'Mortgage Sale
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the underalgnedv8econd Northwestern
Finance Corporation, a corporation,
by virtue of the chattel; mortgage,
dated April g, 1920, executed by An
drew a Kerr, to I. D. Latham and re
corrted January 24, 1921, In the Raw.
crds of Chattel Mortgages of Umatilla
County, Oregon, securing the payment
of note and debt therein described, of
even date therewith, for $3572.40,
bearing Interest at I per cent, per an
num from maturity of said note (and ,
by the holder of said note and mort
gage, same was declared due on No
vember 29, 1920 said note with said
chattel mortgage having been endors
ed, transferred and assigned by said
I. D. Latham to said corporation prior
to the maturity thereof for valuable
consideration, the conditions of aald
chattel mortgage having been broken ,
by the mortgagor, has taken posses
sion of the property thereby mortgag
ed, to wit: One Denby Motor Truck,
steel lined dump body with a Woods
hoist, Factory No. 61J6, Motor No.
6664, truck model No. 27, and will sell
the same to the highest bidder for cash
at 11 o'clock In the forenoon on the
second day of February, 1921, at the
front door of the garage of the West
ern Auto Company, one the corner 01
Cottonwood and Water Streets in The
City of Pendleton. Umatilla County,
Oregon, the proceeds of sale to be ap
plied to the payment of costs and ex
penses of sale and of taking possession
and keeping property, and expenses of
foreclosing, Including a reasonable
sum as attorneys fees, and the pay
ment of the amount due upon the note
secured by said chattel mortgage.
Dated this 24th day of January,
1921. '' '
SECOND NORTHWESTERN FI
BY ZOETH HOU8ER. Sheriff and
New Semester Begins Today began
the new semester. Students register
ed Friday and the regular class work
was taken up today. Several new
classes have been offered for those
wishing to enter new departments for
the remainder of the year. In an as
sembly this morning Austin Landreth,
principal, described the new courses
and explained the program for the new
Junior Play Postponed The JunTor
class play, "Green Stockings," has
been postponed It was announced to
day. A basketball game is to be play
ed here on the date set. The Junior
prom will bo given early and the play
probably will not be given until after
"They Work while you Sleep"
Do you feel shaky knocked out?
You are bilious, constipated, headachy,
full of cold, unstrung-. Your, meals
don't fit breath Is bad, skin sallow.
Take Cascarets tonight your your liver
and bowels and wake up clear, rosy
s nd cheerful. No griping no Incon
venience. Children love Cascarets too.
10, 25, 50 cents.
WATCH OUR PRE-INVENTORY
300 Dozen Fancy Solid Pack Tomatoes
will be on Special Sale at Alexander's this
week. 1 A guarantee goes with every can.
TELEPHONE 525 and 526
3 Cans for 65c
12 Cans for $2.50
Case (2 dozen cans) for $4.85
$2.25 PER CWT.
XXXX Brand Evapor
ated Milk for Cooking
3 cans for ..27c
12 Cans for ..... . $1.05
Case (48 cans) . . $4.00
MRS. WOODROW WILSON
Mrs. Wood row Wilson, dressel
in a tailored suit, made ber first
public appearance thla year, at a
living picture show for eb'ldien
at the Belasco Theater In Wds'i
Ingtoo. 6be was enappel enter nj
tier car after the thov..
Perhaps YOU have overpaid YOUR Income
Tax in 1917, 1918, or 1919. Money is scarce. If
you have why not apply any overpayment
against this year's tax? A recent treasury deci
sion makes this condition probable.
COME IN AND TALK THIS OVER
' "Personal Service and a Dollar' Worth for
Income Tax & Audit Co.
J. W. WITHERELL
American National Bank
PENDLETON, OREGON. ,
Grand Clearance Sale
FINE WILTON Itl'GS AT 1-8 FORMER PRICE, YOl'R
CHANCE TO SELECT FROM THE IjAROF-ST ANI MOST
COMPLETE STOCK IN PENDLETON AND AT PRICES FROM
$62.50 TO 11.S0. . .
GENUINE SPANISH LEATHER ROCKERS
ALL LADIES' WRITING DESKS
AT ONE-THLRD OFF.
PIANO LAMP SHADES At one-half price. Our
entire stock of Lamp Shades in all colors; your choice
at one-half price. ,
' INLAID LINOLEUM ONE-TIIIRD OFF .
PARGOLEUM ONE-HALF OFF. '
ALL MATTRESSES 1-2 PRICE
LIBRARY TABLES AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE
PICTURES AT HALF PRICE-ONE-THIRD
OFF ON ALL PHONOGRAPHS
TABLE MATS, 45-hi 48-ln., 54-in., 1-2 PRICE.
Remember, our entire stock on sale from one-third to one
half off, for a few days only and for cash only, except contract
gooils, which are sold on terms II desired.
SEE OUR WINDOWS COME LOOK BUY SAVE
Out of Town Uuslness Solicited. ' Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
Comer Court and Main St., PENDLETON, ORE.