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SATTJP.DAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1021.
IUILY EAST CTLESOSIAN. PENDLETON, OllEGON,
Social and Club News
ItEVt'B TO HE 01VEV
Much Interest In evidenced In
"Jumnil. It...-'. I- ..,.(..,1 h-1'"1"1-" Bl ," "'"" concert miiikw)
tha piipli of Washington school in th
high m himl r.udlurlum on the evening
of March 11.
The entertainment In Iwnefll per
formance and I being ataged to aid the
Hoys' Hand which was organised dur
ing the current year. The band ha
lnd excellent progrrsa since IU In
ception and will be one of the attrae
: ttoim of the revue. Veil drawn posters
re being shown In local business,
t'oosee a mean of advertising the
Affair. The postcra are the work of
While iwtrons of the school and cltl
r na of the town may not I CApeftally
Inierrsted In tha musical accomplish
ment of amateurs. It la hoped that all
persons Interested In those Influences
which tend toward better cititenship
will give thia effort not financial sup
port, but that greater Inspiration oc
casioned by a litrge and appreciative
MISS HATDEN HONORED.
Miss Constance Hayden, who will
leave aoon for Portland to reside, was
honored In a charming way lust niRht
when Miss Clara Illoomqulst enter
tained at her home. 302 Tustin, with
w dinner party. ltesidea the honorce.
the guests were Miss Edna Hloom
' quint, Mian Tilla Illoomqulst. Lester
Norman and Miles Lehman. The
table was centered by roses and hya
cinths and carda were an after-dinner
J WHS. WALTERS HOSTESS
'., Mm. C. E. Wallers entertained last
- right with an informal dinner foa Mr.
and Mr. H. Roist and daughter. They
are leaving Pendleton and will make
, their home In Portland.
3tfItS. FERGUSON VISITS
air, nultam Ferguson, of Athena,
,wae In the city yesterdsy. Sho Is a
; prominent matron of the east end
; town. - , .
afternoon In the County Library,
where the reading rooms will be open
from J p. m. until 6 p. ni. .
Svhcno-Tarantollo (Henri Wlcna
wuki) Jascha Helfcla.
Maglr of Your Kyos (Arthur Penn)
Im Caiupana dl Son Oitisto (Chimes
of San Glusto) hjrtco Caruso.
Kpnnish 1'anee ., (.Sarasutci Jascha
Kerry lance (Molloy) Ernestine
Could 1? (Tosti) Eniilio do Go
gorxa. (a) How Much I Love You (Iji
Forge) (b) Tha Years at the Spring
(Reach) Johanna Uariskl.
Valse Bluett (Drtgo) Jascha Hel
fet. Serenala (Tosti) Nellie Mcllia.
A Little Hit o' llonoy (Wilson
Bond 1 Evan Williams.
Swiss Echo Song (L'Echo) Tet
Chorus of rervishes (lleethoven)
t Sole Mlo (Neapolitan folk sour)
di Caupla Kmilio de Gogoraa.
From the l.aml of the Sky Blue Wa
ter (Kberhart-Cadman) Alma
Victor Herbert Orchestra.
GCEST8 AT DANCE.
Among the Pendleton people who
attended the Shriners' Inaugural ball
m Walla Walla last night were 'Mr.
jaml Mrs. Joseph N. Scott, Mr. and
. Mrs. John Winer, of this city, and Mr.
and Mrs. liudd and Mrs. Rourke of
Kieth. About six hundred couples
danced. The decorations carried out
the Idea of a desert scene. One of the
features of the evening was a minuet,
danced by twenty children charm
ingly attired in Colonial costume.
WEDDING 18 SOLEMNIZED.
At high noon today. Miss Alma May
Bilton of Yoakum and Sydney Barnes,
of Athena, were united In marriage.
The ceremony was performed at the
Presbyterian manse with Rev, George
U Clark, pastor, officiating. The
ring ceremony was used. Guests for
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs, J. M.
Hilton, parents of the bride.
MRS. WRIGHT ILL.
friends of Mra. Sam Wright will
regret to learn that she la very ill' at
her iumie on Stonewall Jackson street
G VESTS AT RAYMOND HOME.
A pue.st at the R. Raymond home
last a'ght was M. A. Otis, formerly of
this city, now a buyer for the J. C.
Penney stores. He formerly resitVed
VISITOR IS HERE.
M-s. Helen Wolmer, of Spokinc. la a
guest In the city at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. F. T. linker, who resides
on Jane street.
CALLED BY ILLNESS
Mrs. Frank Fraxier will leave this
evening for la Grande where she was
called by the serious illness of her ais-t-r,
Mrs. J. 11. Stevens.
MRS. TEMPLE RETURNS
Mrs, 1. 1. Temple returned this
morning from Portland. She was the
finest of her sister, Mrs. T. M. Henderr
.on. Dr. and Mrs. Henderson are for
mer Pendleton residents and Dr. Hen
derson will practice In Portland. He
i expected to return soon from New
Y'ork where he took "post-graduate"
work In medicine.
Mrs. F. M. Griggs was hostess yes
terc'.ay afternoon for a meeting of the
Eldeen club. The afternoon was spent
in sewing and chatting and refresh
ments were served by the hostess.
GtitFls for the affair, other tun club
members were Mrs. Jess Tryon, Mrs.
Edwin Winter, Mrs. Howard McLain,
and Mrs. Harry Leedy.
. HOPE'S IPSTA1KS APl'AREl SHOP FOB WOMKX
ji New Spring Fashions
: Styles That Are Smart Prices An Agreeable Surprise
15 varieties of Campbell's
Oyster Crackers ., 20c
Ranch Eggs, dozen 30c
Ranch Butter, roll ...:..95c
Creme Oil Soap, doz...95c
Shoulders, pound ...25c
.Country Bacon, pound 40c
Beans, 1 7 pounds $1.00
Onibn Sets, pound 15c
Seeds and Seed Potatoes.
I ":T , ' I!?
THE "SOUP SEASON"
is the season f:r
Tru-Blu 'Oyster Crackers'
in DHckaires or in bulk
3 Phones 23 Only
1 Qualityr the Best ,
New Blouses in Gala'
T1JNTA. March 5. (U. P.) A
general strike was called of the Atlan
ta. Kirmtncham A Atlantic rallroaU
aa a protest of the wage reduction. Ap
proximately 2000 workers were aucci
ed, the union officials said.
HURCH b S
LEADER IS INDICTED
CHICAGO, March 6. (U. P.) The
federal grand jury indicted "Big Tim"
Murphy, politician and labor leader
and Vincenzo Cosmano, his aide, for
1100,000 mail robbery at Pullman,
Illinois, several months ago.
Announcements ror thia depart
ment must bf submitted to tha
East Oregnnlan not later than
Friday evening In order to be as.
ured of publication oa Baturdaj.
, Seventh Iay Adventist
Meet every Saturday In Ilooni 20 of
the Lixati building on fcast Court
street, just above glurgls and Storie'a.
Sabbath sehool at 10 a. m.; Wble study
at 11 a. ni. . A hearty welcome to all.
CIVIL WAR GRIPS ITALY:
Line of Suits, Frocks.
Never Have We Shown a More Interesting
. Wraps, Sport Skirts and Blouses. -
' Come and see the new fashions, fresh from their tissue paper wrappings.
are an agreeable surprise. '
CIANFAItRA, Rome, March 6. (IT.
P.) A virtual civil war exists In
Italy as a result of a feud between the
socialists and Fasclstl. The casualty
list is growing daily, property destroy
ed and scores of socialist leaders are
flogged. A score have been killed,
300 wounded and 700 arrested.
First Methodist Episcopal,
E. Webb and Johnson streets. John
H. Secor, minister. Morning services,
fiundnv school. 10 a. m. W. T. Kigby,
superintendent Good music, classes
for everybody, we nave a piac mm
a welcome for you. ,
Morning sermon. 11 a. m. Dr. H.
F. Pemberton, district superintendent,
will preach the morning sermon.
Evening uervlces Epwortn ibkuc,
n-ae n m Tonic. "Seeing Yellow
Thinking Black.". Leader, Faye Mann.
All young people will be very welcome.
Evenng ermon, :3U p. m. f""-
Ject, "A Beggar at the Gate Beautiful.
Midweek service. Wednesday, 1 P
m. Knblect. "The Origin of Our
Bible." This week, tha history of our
present' English version. Everybody
Lessens Labor :
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. .. ItaiAlst.
Itev W. K. Cox, pastor. Ttesldence
r.u. RuHh street. Phone 1187.
Kunrtv mornlnic Sunday school.
F. M. IUley, supt., 9:S; preaching
service. 11 a. m. A general reception
and Lords Supper.
Knii.iHV niuht Junior B. T, P. V-
Mrs. Baltiznre supt., 8:30; senior B.
Y. P. V., 6:30. Preaching service
7.3n u.v. o. C. Wrieht. D. !. of
Portland, will occupy the pulpit.
Baptismal service, 8:30.
The music and singing are good.
Dr. O. C. Wright, who "will preach as
above, is one of the most able men of
the coast. You are cordially Invited
to all services and a welcome awaits
As all roads lead to Pendleton, so all
streets lead to the Christian church on
the corner of Main and Jackson, for
Bible school Sunday morning at :4S
anrt'for the sermon at 11 on the sub
ject: MThe response of the Church
to the Call of the World." Plans and
indications point to a large attendance
at both of these services, and a profit
able hour is assured all who come.
The Endeavor meeting at 6:30 will 'be
led by Miss Lenora Horn, the topic
being. ' Thy Kingdom Come and My
Church;" Preaching ot .7:30, subject,
"The Pre-eminence of Christ." All
who are not attending elsewhoro arc
cordially invited to attend our serv
ices. W. A. Oressman, Minister. Kes.
104 W. Jackson. Phone 560.
iUuif. jritmbrri tlouar
A radiant sweep of coloring announces the sprjng
blouse display. New shades are fascinating; soft
fabrics retain their hold on public favor and the Rus
sian werblouse style has Fashion's sanction for this
season. Women with a yearning for the unique will
find these of interest and should be on hand before
the choicest models have been claimed.
The Thomas Shop
4:00 p. m., Vespers and sermon.
The rector will preach In the morn.
Ing on "Heart Failure" and t the
Vespers on "Our Enemies Within the
Gates." The male quartette will sing
the offctory. On Tuesday evening
Miss Mary Jacob's of Is Angeles will
speak on the work of The Girls'
Catarrh la a hni aw tnfin.
enced . by conatltutlnnnl conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE la a
Tonlo and Blood Purifier. By cleansing
the blood and building up the System,
. . ........ , ,y i ... ii fr.mm
normal conditions and allows Nature to
uu iia worn.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
V. 1. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio.
out ran cmiatio
COMPOUND COPAIBA and CUBEBS
AT -YOUR DPUCCIST
wnen irregular or uppreasea oa
Triumph Pllla Bafe and always de
pendable. Not sold at drug stores. Do
lot experiment with others; save dis
appointment. Write for "Heller' and)
particulars, It'a free. Address: Natl
onal Medical Institute. Milwaukee.
SHICHESTO? S Fill
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J. T. IIAI.R
Electric 'Wiring '
Farm Lighting a
Ijttler Jay Sabits.
We heartily Welcome you to Join us
In our worship at the Mooso hall each
Sunday. Sunday school, 10:30 a, m.
preaching services, 7:30 p. m.
For Sale ;
Corn, Rolled Barley,
Ur.lATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
Regular 05c and 75c Quality Stationery at
ONLY 49c PER BOX.
Limit 3 boxes to customer.
IK DRUG STORE
Ffrst Church of, Christ, Scientist,
holds services at 813 1-2 Main street
(First stairway north of the (Inland
Empire Bank). Sunday services are
at ll a. m.'and 8 p. xti. The subject
of the lesson-sermon for Sunday,
March 6th. is ''Man.", Sunday school
beu'tm at 8:43.
A Wednesday ' evening meeting
which includes . testimonials of heal
lug Is held at 8 o'clock.; The reading
room, which Is maintained at tne same
address, is open dally from a. m.
I to 9 p. m., where the Hlble and au-
thoried Chzrlstlan Science' literature
may be road, borrowed, or purchased.
The public Is cordially Invited to at.
tend the church services and to visit
the reading room. ,
' ' " ' . ' '
Enyllsh-ljitheran services Ttill be
held tomorrojv at 2 p. m. in fheChris
llan church. With Rev. BlaMtuiberg
in the pulpit. ' Bundiy HChool will be
held at 1 p. m.
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Corner College and Alia. Ilev. G.
U Clark, pastor, lies. 006 East Alta.
10:00 a. m.. Sabbath school, A. C.
Fupk. Sujit.; 11 a. m,, sermon, "Where
Our Church Offerings Do;" 6:45 p'. m..
.Young Folks' Uevotional Hour; 7:30
p. m., "Tbe Coming and Oolng of
Men." A cordlul welcome Is extended
to all. . " ' i
Church of Tlie ltedeeiier
Ilev. Alfred Lock'ood, rector.
'8 a. m.. Holy Communion
9:45, Sunday school. ,
U:wo a. m., Holy conimunioB and
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Sizes are as Follows: ,
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9 feet by 12 feet
9.feetby 10.6 feet.
7.6 feet by 9 feet
3 feet by 6 feet.
Also a shipment of Congoleum Rug Borders 36 in.
and 24 in. wide.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 E. Court St Pendleton, Ore.