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DAILY EAST OSEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 28, 1021.
Social and Club News
rr.vf ooriAt. snstn.
! The week i opening with but few
nodal event In th calendar. Lenter
have been passing rapidly will
Jnany Infortnal affairs, the moot Im
onnt of mhlch have been engage,
tiient which relehrated Wuahlngton'r
birthday. Clubs and church aocletief
re continuing their activities. Prom
inent In the work of the Thprsda)
afternoon Club are the rehearsal fm
The Wall of the Raima," and "Rpread
Ihg tha News," to be presented soon
I ha club members.
Tha Current Literature Club, which
J hearing tha and of year of activ
ity. Will hold ha annual election of of-1
fliers, and It business meeting tomor
row afternoon In the auditorium of
the county library.
. The three societies of the Church of
he Kedeatner, namely tha Parish Aid
Wanetuery Chapter and Auxiliary, will
kold lhlr meeting on Wednesday aft
rnoon In Parish hall,
l'fJSTS AT DAXCa
Among guest at the XI rh denta'
fraternity danca, a large aocial event
in Portland on Friday evening:, were
lla Anne Rhea, Mitw Irene Shea,
lia Grace Hooh, Miss Agnes Baaler
HOPE'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Of ER TAILOR HARD WA RE CO, ,
We now have a full stock French face pow
der at pre-war prices.
Piner Azurea, La Trefle Fluramye, box. . $1.5G
, Coty's L'Origan Face Powder, small size. . $1.50
. Large size . , $2.25
Also large assortment of Piner and Coty's
perfumes and toilet waters.
1 PEILEIOII DRUG CO.
Corn, Rolled Barley,
IfflTILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
" " PImhw 1014-351
and Ned Fowler, nil well known In
MISS HARRISON WEDS.
The following from tha Portland
Oregoninn will ba of imprest to the
friend of Mis Myrtle Harrison, for
merly a teacher In tha Pendleton high
achoo): . .
Mine Alice Myrtle Harrison and Dr.
A n shy Q. Pate were married on
Tuesday at 2:0 P. M., Rev. H. U
Bowman, of tha First Presbyterian
church, officiating, using the double
ring ceremony. The wedding waa
quiet, only the Immediate friends of
(ho couple attending. Decorations
were spring flowers.
. he bride was given In marrfage by
her father, Henry C. Warrlson. .Her
dress waa crepe de chine and princess
lam, Mrs. F. 8. , Pates of Astoria,
mother of the bridegroom, wore- a
gown dT figured georgette crepe. Mrs.
Henry C. Hnrrison, mother of the
bride, wore figured pussy willow taf
feta, . '
A wedding dinnjy 'waa served after
the ceremony. ' Dr. and Mrs. - Bates
left for Astoria where they-.wll be at
home after March I.
SPRING - '
IS REFLECTED A
'' IN THE
Every woman or miss who
looks forward to wearing be
coming New Apparel upon
that occasion will revel in the
gorgeousness of the modes in
our extensive pre-Easter show
ing Suits, Wrap. Frocks, Blouses,
i Petticoats.. ,
itEJt'RN FROM ASTORIA
Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Harrison, prom
inent Pilot Rock residents and daugh
ter. Miss Ruth Harrison are In-the
eity today. They have Just returned
from Astoria where they spent the
CI.l'H WILL MElET, 1
The Pendleton Pioneer Ladles' Club '
will meet tomorrow -afternoon In the
library club rooms. The program for
the afternoon promises to be of special
Interest. It la under the' direction of
Mra. Frank Frailer. ,"
M. E. Wagoner to H. PJgsrle $45 oW
X 1-1 XW l. SB 1-4 SW 1-4, See, 1".,
Tp. ( X. R, 85. 5 acres. '"
J. Johns to C. H.' Marsh, trustee
$1.00. Lots S" and (, block 10, Liv
ermore'a Addition to Pendleton, and
SW 1-4 Sec. !4. Tp 2, N. R. 27 and
V 1-2 8 1-2 Sec. I, and E 1-2 SW 1-4
and SW 1-4 Sec. . T. P. 4 N R. 31.
C. H. Marsh trustee, to J. Johns,
$1.00. Same description as above.
O. L. Knotts to D. E. Knotts. $83.
0 1-J of lot 4-3 of lot 4, Sec. 18. Lots
1, 2, S, Sec. 19, Tp 2 8. R. 24 5. Frac
tional part "C" and "D" and fraction
al part of Lot 7 that lies on the north,
west aide of Birch rreek.
E. C. Hogue to M. F. Abbott." $1.00.
SW 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 19 and XW V
SE 1-4 Sec. 19, Tp. 2, S. R. 24.
D. E. Knotts to M. F. Abort, same
description as the O. L. Knotts deed.
. D. Kinney to 8. Cutlip, 220. Lot 2.
Rlock K. I. O. O. F. cemetery in NE
1-4, Sec 12, Tp 5, N. R. 35.
E. 8. Perkins to Brinker and John
son 22125. Lot II, block 62, Free wa
M. Roberts to A. Campbell 21000.
Lota 15 and 16 and 1 and 2, Block 21,
R. 8. Howard Jr., to C. U Bennett,
1942. fiO. Met snd hnllnri front In
7SE 1-4 8W 1-4, Sec 13, Tp. 5, X. R.
A. Hunter tb H. H. Christlansan
$5.00 E 1-2 SB 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 1, Tp.
4, N. R 28.
H. H. Christlansan to C. Christian
sen $10. B 1-2 SB 1-4 Sec 1, Tp. 4, N.
R. 28 , ,
I' Van Slyke to G. W. Probstel $1.
Part of Block "G" Freewater.
G. Nash to G. Herman $1000. 1-2
interest InTjbt , Block 79, Reservation
G. N'nsh Gurdlan to G. Herman
$1000 same property as above.
H. E. Lowell to Wm. Courtright
$230. Mete and bound tract In Sec. 17
Tp. 1 S R, 32.
(East Oregonian Special.)
8TAXFIELD, Feb. 28. The funeral
of Miss Lillian Hoosier was ' held on
Thursday afternoon at Hope Presbyte
rian church. Rev. J. E. Faucett had
charge of the . last sad rites. Miss
Hoosier was one of the most promt
nent young ladies In all chuoch and
Endeavor work and her demise will
be sadly missed. The bereaved family
have the sympathy of the whole com
Mrs. C. I. Brockman and children
left Friday for Portland where they
will make their future home.
The regular meeting of the Study
club met at the beautiful country
home of Mrs. W. T. Reeves at Mea
dow View farm. Mra L. M. Hills,
president, presided after the usual
business was dispensed with. The
following program was rendered:
Washington and His Literttry
friends, by Mrs. J. M. Richards.
Jefferson, Author of the Declara
tion of Independence, by Mrs. F.B.
Hamilton, Leader of the Fede.al
rsti and Establisher of the Constitu
tional Government,- by Mrs. Victor
II 1 ' , , ,
v Senatorial Pastime . . j
jVJ ' II l Ull I I HI 1,11.11 j " m"". m"'' a
' ' ' Newt Kote Senate fotea 114,000 to make (be jrapefrujt saulrtlett by ctomIdi wltk (be UB-, 1
Fresh Ranch Butter, 2 pounds . . .'. . . $1.00
Country Bacon, smoked, pound 35c ,
Country Shoulders, pound ....... ". ... . . 25c
Gold Dust, 20 packages . j $1.00
Imperial Coffee vacuum pack, first grade,
Bulk Coffee, fine value, pound 25c
Creme Oil Soap, 12 bars 95c
Santa Clara Prunes, 2 pounds 25c
30-40 Santa Clara Prunes,' pound 25c
Sun Maid Raisins, package 30c
Stanfield Cheese, pound 45c-
Grandma's Cookies, dozen .............. 10c
- Twink package 10c
Largest Stock, Finest
Eruptions of the Skin
Cause Torturous Itching
If you are afflicted with any
form of skin disorder, you are wejl
acquainted with the flaming, burn
ing itching that these diseases pro.
Skin diseases are caused by an
impurity or disorder in the blood,
and there is no real and genuine
relief within your reach until such
impurities are removed.
S.S.S. has riven great satisfac
tion in the treatment of these dis
This being guest day each member
was accompanied by a guest. After
Hat suing to the program the club ad
icurned for' a social time. Delicious
refreshments were served. The next
meeting will be at the home of Mrs.
Conner, where the annual election of
officers will take place.
Mrs. Charles Hoggard entertained
the rol!yanna8 Wednesday afternoon,
nt the home of Mrs. F. B. Stuart on
IiarV a street. Besides the member
:i number of Invited guests were pres
ent. The afternoon was pleasantly
spent In conversation. Dainty refresh
ments were served.
vlr. and Mrs. Chester Dupujs enter
tained the Merry-Go-Round Club at
their home on Taft avenue Thursday
evening. The time was spent in play
ini! .Five Hundred and dancing. A
most pleasant evening was spent and
refreshments were served.
Mrs. C. A. Hazen was in Pendleton
Tucsiicy to consult a physician in re
gard to Irt health.
Mr. and Mrs; C. W. Connor enter
tained at a six o'clock dinner Friday
evening. The following guests were
r-reeent Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hog
gard, Mr. and Mrs. John Bagan. Mr.
and Idi. James F. Lane, Mr. and Mrs.
F. B .Sfiart. Mrs. Jane Gorman and
Mr. F.. S. ft.-verance. The remainder
of the evening was spent in piayin
Mrs. r. Severance Is visitin-? h'r
parents, .dr. and Mrs. E. P. Itipley In
Mrs. C. S. Brierley Is confined to
her home on account of illness;',
J. H. Knight will move his pasTtme
parlor from the Coe' building on Coe
avenue to the Bots building on Main
Mr. and Mrs.. J. H. Knight wlll oc
cupy the Hill house on Main street, re
cently vacated by C. I. Brockman.
For Colds. Grin or loflnn,.
and an a Preventive, take GROVE'S
LAxative BHOMO OITTvtww T.hi.,.
The genuine bears the signature of E
vv. i,rove. (Be sure you get BHOMO.)
Quality, Right Prices
orders, because it it such a thor. t
oughly satisfactory blocd purifier.
It cleanses the blood of all impuri
ties, and thus counteracts the ef
fects of the germs that attack the
Begin taking SJS.S. today, and if
you will write a complete nistory
of your case, our medical adviser
will give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser, 158 Swift Laboratory, Atlaa
ta. Ga. '
FIRST PLACE IN FRANCE
By JOHN O'BRIEN
(United Press Staff Correspondent)
PARIS, Feb. 28. Americans who
remember the Infant days of the mov
ing picture Industry at . home, when
every barkeeper and streetcar con.
ductor had a scenario all worked out
and everybody with a couple thousano
dollars to risk was willing to take a
chance on the embryo author's brain
child, are watching with Interest a
lmllar period of development In the
film Industry In France.
Although the "movies" were born
here, they are still In swaddling cU
thes. After more then twenty years,
the cinema has not reached the stage
of dflvelonment rpnniunrtf1 htr th
I movies of the United States of twelve
or fifteen years ago. Here, In the
very home cf the "silent drama," sev
enty-five per cent of the pictures
shown on the screen are American
It Is only In very recent years that
fTance took the motion pictures sen
ously.- Just before the wur there waa
en attempt to make better films, to
put into the film 'business something
of the artistic genius which has made
the Ftench stage supreme In the dra
matlc world. ' The war stopped this
eitort and gave the American nro
ducers a chance to capture the mark
et, so that today "Chariot" and Mary
and Doug and " Far West" and "se
cowboy" are the stock In trade of the
rum fan s conversation.
"It Isn't that France lacks material
for good pictures," said an' American
motion picture producer to the United
, Press. "But the Frerich have been left
miles behind in the art of making eood
pictures. They have learned nothing
of lighting effects. They have better
actors than we have in America. Their
scenarios are In general as good or
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Are demanded this season by the discriminatinir shop
pers. Our wrappy coats are fashioned in all the new,
rich materials and are charmingly distinctive. We extend
a cordial invitation to you to call while our displays are at
their best Early buyers have the largest variety from
which to choose. t t
The Thomas Shop
better. They have ideaf conditions for
outdoor effects, but when It la a ques
tion of a studio set, they are lost..
They need a course of Instruction tn
the elements of film making and until
ihey get it the French film Industry
cannot be a serious rival to the Amer
Before the war the film industry In
France waa practically In the hands of
two companies Pathe and Cluamont.
These were the kings of the business.
There were perhaps twelve hundred
movies thiatrea In the country. At
present there are about l,oo thea
tres and several new companies! have
been organised. Eclipse, Solect, Au
bert, Harry and the Agence rtenerale
are disputing the ground with Pathe
and Oaumont and an American com
pany, the Fox Film Company, has
invaded France. '
All told they produce about thirty
to thirty-five pictures a year pro
bably 200,000 'feet of film. This r
prents about ten per cent of the totai
shown In France in the course of a
year. The remaining 15 per cent
seventy-five per cent being American
is spilt up among Italian, Swedish
and English pictures. The mere fact
that such an Immense proportion of
American pictures Is purchased In
spite of the unfavorable exchange
rate show their popularity.
With a total Invested capital of halt
a billion francs, the leaders In the
moving picture industry here have not
yet been able to offer financial In
ducements to popular actresses ann
actors sufficient to make thenv. aban
don the legitimate stage. There are
no movie stars in France. There 1
not a -single name which stands out
like any one of the scores of fuvorl
tlee known to every American. Pick
cinema advertisements Thrre you will
see all the familiar names blazoned
forth on Broadway, once In a while
an English star, but never a French
name. Pictures made In the French
studios are flung together In hlt-or-
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mlsa style. The chief performere
snatch a half hour now and then be
tween rehearsals or performances at
the theatre which employs them.
There ure scarcely any regularly or
ganized moving picture actors.
French pictures find a ready sale
tn Hoiith America and, In fact, tn all
the Latin countries. The Hnlkana ana
rrypt buy a large part of the output
of the studios, chiefly because the ex
change rate of those countries Is fa
vorable o huslnesa with France, but
also liecause tha "stort" are -better
suited to the people of those countries
than the American picture subjects.
American movies experts admit that If
the native producers adopt American
methods to French artistic ability.'
their product nvill be able to meat
American pictures on terms of eqpai-Ity.
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Chronic and Nervous Diseases and,
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