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DAILY EAST CS.EGONIAN, PENDLETON, GEECON, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUASY 25, 1921.
Social and Club News
IHHIIKK CHAPTER TO MEET.
Iludhec cliat.tiT of the Kasteni Star
will meet tonight at 7:80 o'cliKk.
Wlia VACOHAN DEPARTS.
airs. John aiiRhnn left yerterdjy
for Und, Wah.. and Spokane, whore
en will be the guest of her nister,
Mrs. C. E. Fuqua.
MRS. MOUSE IS HOSTESS.
Mm. It. K. Morse hi hostess this af
ternoon for H meeting of the Jollv
NclKhbon curd club. 500" is the di
version for the afternoon.
I.ITTI.i: SON liOHX.
Mr. and Mm. Truman U liogers ore
belns congiuUilHted upon the arrival
of a nine pound son born law niKht
at their home. ROO West Illuft street.
The new arrival is the grandson of
Mrs. lnve Rogers, on whose birthday
he was born.
DEO.UKK TEAM TO MEET
Officers and members of the De
cree Team of the Degree of Honor will
meet .tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 p. m.
iu the I. O. O. F. hall. After the prac
tice hour, the members will discuss
some entertainment which will be glv.
cn by the Degree of Honor.
an afternoon of music and sewing
Mrs. tieorxe Feebler, Mrs. L. I'erry
urs. r . St. Kbrel and Mrs. A. H. Co
will be hostesses to members and
trieuds of the society.
G"I?STS I.r.AVE FOR PORTLAND
. I -. irw Dutro, of Co-DAxCK TO P.K GIVEN.
' x " ", wmi gucsis Ol
Air. mid Mrs. Oren T. Cooper.
yesterday for Portland where they will
mane ineir home.
I-ITTLE PON BORN
Mr. and Mrs. I". K. Whelpton, of
Drlan, Texas, are the parents of a lit
tle aim born January is. He has been
named Jabe Parker Whelpton. Mrs.
Whelpton will be remembered in Pen
dleton s Miss borene Parker.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Thompson cele
brated their silver wedding anniver
sary Sunday night at their home, SOU
West Alta street. Relatives and
friends were present and many con
gratulations and gifts were showered
upon the couple. Carnations and
ferns were used as a decoration at the
Thompson home. Following an even
ing spent in playing cards, a dainty
luncheon was served.
Members of St. Mary's social club
'eftjwill be hosts tomorrow evening for an
entertainment and dunce to be given
in the Knights of Columbus hall Mrs.
Cecil Sykes, Mrs. Clement McCoy,
Miss Idfc Walters and Miss Evelyn
Sommervills are In charge of pluns
for the affair
M US. THOMPSON IS SPONSOR.
Mrs. W. I Thompson, formerly of
this city, now of Portland, will act
as one of the sponsors for the society
midnight matmee to be given in Port
land Saturday night in the interests
of the Hoover-European Relief fund
ine auair promises to be a great
success, and the program will consist
of professional vaudeville supplied bv
the various circuits and best musical
talent of Portland.
SOCIETY WILI, MEET
The Presbyterian Missionary Society
win meet tomorrow nt 2:30 V- m. for
H O P F
J ust a Few Fall Suits Left
Now lz Price4
ONE RACK OF DRESSES (both wool and
silk) NOW 1-2 PRICE.
WONDERFUL VALUES IN GEORGETTE
WAISTS AT 86.95.
FANCY SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
A Good Book
is a suitable companion for a warm fire and a
cold night. Our stock of popular copyright al
ways contains most of the best selections. You
Of THE UND.
the norcai ROAD
ISLAND OF IX-
THIRTY NINE STEPS
ACROSS THE YEARS
J I ST DAVID
OH MONEY. MONEY
A DAI :HTKR OF
Priced at $1.00
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
MISS GAVIN'S IS BRIDE.
y un exchange of vows at noontide
today .Miss Olive Owinn. daughter of
nr. ann Mrs. J. H. Qwlnn, became the
onue ot erne Hunter Moon, the mar
riage service taking Its place as one oi
me most simply yet perfectly appoint
ed of Pendleton. weddings.
ow uiK-nvitlff room tt thA r. ...!..-
nome on Water street, docked wiih
vpneua roses and daffodils, was tht
!-..j u me ceremony. Rev. o.- L.
vm.a omciated and only the brlde'j
7" no few most intimate
menus were present.
i oe coupie stood unattended as they
'",!"u eir irotn and the ring ser
VlnA U'no n. . . - "
..nuiu.ea., me brkie was
narmingiy gowned in a frock of deep
blue trlcollne, its skirt ri"ei,mii.,.r i
-oori. lUii roids from the elnth iu..
and the costume was bead embroider
ed in bronze. She wore a becoming
nai ot Dine and a fur of beaver and
h.r Oil.u. rrj. 1... 1
-.-..m uuutUei was or sunset
roses, sweet peas and orchids Into
which was caught a spray of orange
blossoms worn by her mother on her
The couple will take a fortnight's
wedding trip, returning to Pomeroy,
Washington, where they will make
their home and where Mr. Moon will
take up his duties as district manager
for the Iaclfic power and Light com
pany. He has been associated for the
past several months with the company
in its local office.
Mrs. Moon Is the only daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. James Qwlnn and she
has a host of friends to whom news
of the wedding today comes as a sur
prise. The betrothal of the couple,
though known to a number of folk,
had not been formally announced and
pre-nuptial affairs planned in her
hoor have been of a most informal na
ture. The bride Is a graduate of the Pen
dleton high school and she attended
both the University of California nnd
the University ot Washington, receiv
ing her degree from the latter institu
tion In 1919, and being then elected to
a chair in the department of litera
ture of the university. Miss Owinn
also attended business college In Se
attle and specialized In dramatic inter
pretation In San Francisco. She is a
reader of talent and took a prominent
part in college dramtic activities. She
is a member of Phi Beta Kappa, na
tional scholarship honorary fraternity.
Her husbind attended both the Uni
versity of California and the Univer
sity of Minnesota. He is a member of
Chi Psi fraternity.- He came to Pen
dleton in March from Hood River
where he had been since his release
from the army. He served during the
war in the U. S. signal corps.
Mr. Moon is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
O. H. Moon of Minot, North Dakota
the latter of, whom made many Pen
dleton friends during a visit here in
Mr. Moon and his brodV departed on
.lumber 17 t jday nnd their lo'irney
will take them to Portland, Seattle and
Fresh Eggs r Country Lard
Guaranteed Eggs, dozen ............ i... 55c
Fresh Butter, 2 pounds 90c
Country Bacon, pound .: 40c
Country Lard, bring your own pail.
Gold Dust, 20 packages $1.00
Golden Rod Washing Powder, 2 packages. . 55c
White Beans, 17 pounds $1.00
Grand Ronde1 Potatoes, 100 pounds;. $2.25
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
If you feed this regularly, your chick
ens will pay for themselves.
TRY AN ORDER
You will be convinced.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
Phoiie 1014, 351
BIP.I.E CIRCLE TO MEET.
The Ladies' Bible Reading Circle
will have Its regular meeting on Wed
nesday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the
MISS CREASEY WEDS.
A wedding of interest to Pendleton
people was that of Miss Josephine
Creasey and M. G. Westcott, which oc
curred on Saturday in Walla Walla.
Tho wedding was a quiet one and oc
curred at the rectory of St. Patrick's
church, with Father Buckley officiat
ing. Mies Creasey, who formerly was
of Hermlston, has made her home in
this city W hile taking nurse's training
at St. Anthony's hospital. She Is a,
charming girl and popular. Mr. Wes-
cott formerly attended Oregon Agri
cultural College and is a member of
Sigma Chi fraternity. They will make
their home In Pendleton where Mr.
Wescott is associated wiih the Stand
ard Oil Company,
WEDIiING IS SOLEMNIZED.
St. Mary's Catholic church w,os the
scene of the wedding this morning of
Miss Julia Conniffe of Pendleton, and
Thomas Ixftus, of I-a Grande, the
marriage service being read by Father
Van Hoommisson in the presence or
many friends of the couple. The bride,
charmingly gowned in delft blue Geor
gette heavily embroidered, wore a
corsage of bride's rones and ll!ies-of-the
valley. Her modish hat was of
blue also. Mrs. Frank McXally, ma
tron of honor, wore blue satin and her
flowers were pink roues. The groom
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was attended by Mr. MeN'ally.
Following the ceremony, a wedding
breakfast was served, with seventeen
guests present. Mr. and Mrs. Loftus
left today for California where they
will spent two months before coming
to Pendleton, where they will make
their home. '
FROM IE PEOPLE
SENATE PASSES PACKER
f-tanfield, Ore., Jan. 25., Is21.
Editor East Oregonian:
The Pendleton George Howard is
now In Spokane, Wash., supporting his
invalid father and mother. As George
is a returned veteran of the late war
and from all accounts he Is now lead
ing an honorable life, hate to see him
Kindly investigate and see if I am
T. O. YATES.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25. (A. P.)
By a margin of 13 votes, the senate
late yesterday passed' the long fought
bill for federal regulation of the meat
packers and other agencies of the live
The vote was 46 to 33. The legisla
tion now goes to the house with Its
supporters hopeful. A special rule to
expedite house action is to be sought.
Most democrats supported the bill,
while a majority of the republicans
opposed it. The party lineup was 18
republicans and 28 democrats for pas
sage, w ith 23 republicans and 10 dem
AH fundamental features of the leg
islation as presented by the agricultur
al committee for the original Kenyon
Kendrick bill were retained by the sen
ate. Only two Important amendments
were adopted by the senate before
passing the bill. One by Senator
Wadsworth, republican, New York,
would Include horses and mules nnd
gouts within the operations of the bill.
Another by Senator Plttman, demo
crat, Nevada, would exempt all per
sons whose chief business is in live
stock growing or production of agri
cultural products from the bill's pro
visions. . :
Other amendments adopted includ
ed one by Senator Borah, republican
Idaho, providing thnt all proceedings
of the livestock commission should be
open to the public, and an amend
ment by Senator Pomerene, democrat,
Ohio declaring that npon enactment
of the bill all supervision of the fed
ernl trade commission over the live
stock Industry should be terminated
and transferred to the livestock com
Guaranteed Not to Rip.
FIGURED, BROCADE, SATIN ELASTIC,
Flesh and White
PRICE 63c to $5.00, .
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL SILK
Chaa. Nelson and family made
trip to Pendleton last week returning
Ed Chapman left Saturday night
for an indefinite visit iu Portland with
relatives and friends.
Word was received by friends of
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Mtittorfleld of
Echo ,but formerly of Nye, of the ar
rival of a new girl.
Tom Helta and family started to
John Llghtfoot'a lust Sunday but ow
ing to car trouble were forced to re
turn home. ,
About nineteen friends nnd rela
tives gathered at the home of Frank
Pbnnmnn where nil enfnved an eve-
'nlng of cards, music and a bountiful
supper spread ny .virs. i napman in
honor, of their thirteenth anniversary.
All enjoyed a good time until a late
ho"r In the mornlnif.
Helen Belts visited lust week with
Mrs. Hill Chapman. ,''
Hill Hutchinson nnd family spent
Sunday with Frank Hayes at Nye.
Mrs. Jim Stanton of Nye was tnken
to Pendleton Inst week for medical
treatment. Mrs. Stanton has been ill
for some time. - '
Hazel Ely and Pat Corley attended
the dance at Aibce last week.
Alex Huholt was an over night vis
itor at t'hns. MrPevltfs Saturday.
Note This matter was Investigated
and a story exoneratipg tho former
Pendleton boy was published by this
paper yesterday. A wire from the
sheriff at Vulo further confirms the
view of iir. Yates. Sheriff Noe of
Malheur county says that the How
ard Kent to the penitentiary from th it
place is the son of John Howard of
Malheur county and that he never liv
ed in Pendleton.
HE KILLS GA.MliL.KIt,
TWIN FALLS, Ida., Jan. 24. II. B.
McCollum, alleged gambler, Is dead
and J. L. Wengle, business man, Is
dying following a quarrel over a card
surne late Sunday in which, Ed Shugle
hot and killed McCollum and beat
Wengle over the head with the butt of
h. - 'i 'iri b w-as senseless. '
lHhaglCi, who was arrested today, said
hi- ' .. eouiteii to roll him.
I.KMXKS DKATIf "KO.MK IU"XK
LONDON, Jan. 25. (A. P.) The
reports of the death of Premier Llnlne
of soviet Russia and of a recent at-
ttmpt to assassiiifite him by means of
a bomb are characterized in a Moscow
wireless dispatch received today as
GOVKHNMKXT TO SF.M. WOOL.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25. Approxi
mately four million pounds of wool
will be offered for sale at auction by
the war department at Boston, Feb
ruary 3, it was announced today.
E CHEN HOI
FROM MISSOURI VISIT
GriUA.K. Jan. 25. Krank Hayei
returned home Thurtclay after u
short time to Missouri where he -vin-iteri
friends and relatives. Mr. Haye
mother in Htill living in MisHourl, and
wax very ill while Mr. Hayes wa
there, which delayed hl return home.
Word wan received by Mr, and Mrs.
JHMiny Imuffhtry of the arrival of a
new boy at htr brother'), Ham Kddy'j
of i'ortland, on Jan. 18.
Mih. Kddy will be remembered as
Minn Kdyth Chapman. x
Women Keep Secrets? Sure U. S. Women!
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300 Dozen Fancy Solid Pack Tomatoes
will be on Special Sale at Alexander's this
week. 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
Grand Clearance Sale
$111.50 DINING ROOM SET
QUARTERED OAK BUFFET
SOLID OAK TABLE and
4 CHAIRS TO MATCH
fi.m: witton itvf;s at t-a former prick, voi r
ciianck to si:m;ct from thk IAUi;nt and most
comi'i.kte stock in i'enuleton and at pricks from
$A2.B0 TO SI10.50.
GENUINE SPANISH LEATHER ROCKERS
PIANO LAMP SHADES At one-half price. Our
INI;A1D UNOIJXM ONF-TIIIRD OFF i
PAIKiOM:t;M 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
TAIH.E MATS, 45-ln., 48-ln., 54-ln., 1-2 1'RICB.-
If. man who originnteJ the platitude that women can't keep secrets didn't know American
women. The sphinx, bad nothing on tbem. For proof, fee the foreign diplomats at Washington.
Whenever they want a woman for a Job that requires utmost seciecf. they hire sn niorfcan wo
man! Here are three, of many in Washington, who hold confidential plr.ee in offices ot foreign coun
tries: (left to light) Mips Anna W Hill, who is In the Finnish legation; Miss Frances Via der Bogert.
In charge of Dies la tht Dutch l?jaUoa, U'M IL Fearsca, who does cMAflential work Ja the Bel
Remember, our entire utot'k on nalo from oiwi-tttlrl to one
lialf off, for a few days only and for rash only, except contract
gtMKls, which are solil on terms If tlealml.
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