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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY EVENING," MAE.CTI 17, 1021.
People Here and There
Phllo Roundu of Kiiwtelle' jewelry
lore, left luxt nlKht for a biiHlnenn trip
to Walla Walla.
No i "picture bride" for Togo well
known to Pendleton people a the
porter ut the (). W. 11. &'N. depot.
Toro, who left for Japan In September,
bus sent, word to lucul Japiincne that
he will return hero next month bring.
Inn a 'brldo, from the lund of choiry
tloBsonm, . :
Fred W, Fulronpi, of the Cunning
ham Sheep Co., left yettlerday for En
terprlne after a hiinlnet vlnit In Pen.
dletrm. Mr. Falconer my that tha
Innililiix HpriMim nun been, extremely
xocremfuf and that weather conditions
ure. favorable to the iheep buHliiexn.
Tlot t Jornrd returned hint nlKht
from a trip to llcppner. where he
Mpent a few days In the liferents of
the Kuultable l'fo Assurance Co,,
which he repieeiits. , . .
'HVuilt Kiisdaht, warehoiiNemait of
Helix, Hpent luKt night In Pendleton.
Ho visited frtonda and attended to
ouin matter while here. .
III FerRusori, prominent rancher
of Aduna, Was amonit (hone from that
city transacting buglnemi here thbi
William A I bee, county game war
nen, In here from Helix today. . Mr.
Albeo naya the water la no hlKh In
the creek8,that he ha no chance Jlo
apprehent illegal anxIeiK.
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Coiivht lM'iileil freedom
w. JJurilngame, nerving a 10 year
term In the utate penitentiary at Ha
lem for obtaining money under faint
pi-cU'iiKen, waa denied liberty on a writ
of l.abeuH by Judge Binuham in Halern
tuemiay. Hurllngam, who wan uent
up from Umatilla county In ' Heptem
her, 101 , wul indicted on two charea
but tried on only one, it appears. The
clerk of the court in writing up the
U-crte InKcrled the wrong charge, it
Was tlnimed, and this error wag l$r
liritume's basis for his plea for releaw.
Mr, liatoii IHes." .
Jlr. William Hilton, formerly of
this city and well known here, died
this morning at her home in Portland.
Mrs. Hilton U survived by her hus
band, a sister, Mrs. j' 1 Mcl'herson,
of this city who was in Portland at
her sister's bedside, a nephew, Harvey
Mcl'herson of this city, and two
nieces, .Miss Lulny Mcl'herson of this
city, and Mrs. C. N. Jackson of Her
miHton. The body will be brought
here for burial.
April 5, in .ew York, of a new
statue of Hinion Bolivar, Venezuelan
patriot. No decision, however, tin
Mr. Harding Is understood to favor
acceptance of the Invitation, if it is
possible to leave o soon af ler the con
venlng of the special session of con
gress, April 10.
REVEW OF DEBS-CASE
WARiriN'GTOX, March 17. (IT. P.)
Harding has requested Attorney
General Dougherty to submit as soon
as possible a review of the case of
DIES 4 HOURS LATER
RACRAMHXTO, March 17. (U. P.)
A. A. Turple retired from business on
Ms 83rd anniversary with the Bouth-
ern Pacific company. Kour hours later
he died at his home.
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Th clock'i tha thln.
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PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER QUALITY
S On Groceries
5 IS A SLOW AND HARD PROCESS !
g "It is little wonder that after a spas- !
u modic attempt at saving on the neces- I
sities bjr purchasing here and there, 1
the ordinary housewife relapses into ' 1
y the habit of buying her goods at the i
g nearest store. ;
b. JJut there is another way to economize, by the !
w service of the phone, which brings the store to !
g your door. , i
k-9 - JUST CALL 409 !
K " . " " Our Name is ',
i The Economy Grocery j
; 113 West Webb $t.
PHONE FOUR-O-NINE FOR BETTER SERVICE
MooM'Jaw I'layers Iuv4tvl.
A wire was forwarded today to the
Moosejaw baseball 'club inviting the
team to hold early spring practice In
Pendleton. The team Is offered free
use of the ball ground at Uound-L'p
park and will be entitled to any gate
receipts they may collect from games
they play here bur local people -assume
no other obligations for the team, ,
Mls V'eio to Vvvan.
, Miss Ixmna Veio of the dry goods
department of the Peoples Warehouse,
will leave the employ of the store on
Saturday. She will remain here for a
short time before going to Seattle to
act a buyer for a t'.rm there.
SUPERVISED PLAY TO
BE GIVEN THIS SUMMER
Girls! Buttermilk Creates
The firRt appllralU.n of Howard'
Hiiltermllk tYeani will astonish you,
it creates beauty almost like magic, but
the most wonderful thing abobt It l
the fact that whilst Is turns the dull
est and most lifeless complexion to ra
diant beauty and makes red or rough
arms snowy while, yet there is not the
slightest sign of lis use after applica
tion. It actually vanishes from siehti
and the most heated atmosnhere will
"i pmuuee me least shlnlness or
greasiness of the sain.
n is absolutely hurmless and will
neither produce nor stimulate the
irrowth of hair. Within twenty-four
hours this wonderful Cream will work
a marvelous transformation.
Get a small quantity to-day at any
Kood drug or toilet riods counter. Thl.
directions are simple and its costs so
Mltle that any gtrl or woman ran sf
iora it. m addition the manufacturer.
authorise every druggist to return the
purchase money unless the first auoli-
Lttiion snows noticeable improvement
o "be sure to try It at our expense.
Depiity Aswissor Here. ' i -
Ia Pfownell. of Umatjlla and dep,
nty assessor for that section, Is in Pert
dletor. making ready for his work of
assessing. He will start active work
next week. .
Would Collect li..K
The Waterproof (larment company.
an institution doing business at Port
lund has filed suit In the circuit court
to collect the sum of 1145,88 from the
Weston Mercantile company for goods
w hich they allege was sold to the Wes
ton firm, payment of which has been
refused or neglected.
Will Hear Petitioners.
The petition for a new Justice of thr
peace district in Pendleton to be
known as the West Pendleton dlslrict
will be considered by the county court
at their Monday morning session
There are a number of petitions for
the creation of such district and
against the proposition filed with the
j court. (
j St. Joseph's Day
- Special Sermon: 11 1
" FRIDAY EVENING, 7:30
SATURDAY MORNING, 8 00
Special Singing by Children's Choir.
' ST. MARY'S CHURCH.
Special Collection " Next Surfday Palmi Sunday-
for Relief in Ireland. v; .
Pay Cash Receive More Pay Less
Despain &Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court . Phone 880
Dried Prunes, 2 pound '.. ...25c
Driei Apples, 2 pounds ; ....25c
Dried Apricots, per pound f. .35c
Dried Peaches, per pound .;.25c
1 pound can Salmon ........10c
20 bars Royal W. Soap .. .....$1.00
Breakfast Cocoa, per pound 25c
Tea Garden Syrup, gallon ... $1.65
Liberty Bell Syrup, gallon $1.65
Tea Garden Strawberry Preserves .: ..' 50c-
Poppy Brand Jelly, 10 pound, each ...$r.85
Light Karo Syrup, gallon 95c
Crisco, 6 pounds '. ...$15
Spuds, per sack .,..1...... $1.50
Corn, 7 cans ; ....;; $1.00
Tomatoes, 7 cans i......... $1.00
Economize by phone, by mail or over the counter. By
watching our advertisements every day you dan take! ad
vantage of the low prices continuously offered. Yoii can
cut a big percentage from the cost of living. - "
This is the day of the dollar and there is no excuse for
you not getting full value in foodstuffs at least for every
dollar you spend. If you help us we will return your fa
vor by selling at lower prices. The volume of business is
our big aim and the more business the lower the prices go.
Pay Cash Receive More . Pay Less
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
209 E. Court . ? u Phone 880
That Pendleton will have supervised
playground work this summer was an
nounced laat evening by City Superin
tendent M. El Inlow at a meeting of
the community service council. As
outlined by Superintendent Inlow
Mixa Hansen, physical culture direc
tor, will conduct the work during the
early part of the eummer and during
Ihe summer normal sewpion hero pu-
plla and Instructors in the normal will
carry on thework. When the normal
session in finished Miss Hansen wilt
resume charge of the work. Full dr.
tails as to the supervised play have
not yet been worked out.
At the community service council
last evening p. E. Tucker, representa
tive of the general organization, made
a farewell talk and was given a reso
lution of thanka for his work hero.
Mr. Tucker will probably go to Kverett
Sentiment expressed last night was
that the community service council
should continue with lt work on a
strictly local basis.
Sues for Divorce. ' . -
. Action was instituted In the circuit
court yesterday by Laura Cooper seek
ing an absulute decree of divorce
from Harry Cooper. The plaintiff al
leges that her husband. Cooper, aban
doned her on March 10, 1920, and
since that time she has had only one
letter fym him. She asks for custody
of a minor child.
KI.( AXl QVKi:.Y MARK VISIT
LOXDOX, March 17. (A. P.)
King George and Queen Mary left to
day for Knowsley,. home of tho Eau
of Dwby, near Liverpool, whose guests
they twill tie for the Grand National
POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE
AT STATUE UNVEILING
WASHINGTON', March 17.-(A. P.)
President Harding is understood to
be giving serious coiislderntlon to an
Invitation to attend and make the
principal address at the Unveiling
(Kast Oregunian Special.) .
UMAPIXK, March 17. On Tuesday
evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. O.
W. Carpenter was the scene of a pretty-
wedding when their dnughter Jessie
Block was united in matrimony to Kay
Itecords,. son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Records of I'mapine. The bride was
charming in a gown of white crepe de
chine and carried a buquet of pink
rose budai Lois Records was brides
maid and also wore white crepe de
chine carrying a toouquet. Prank
Rominger acted as best man and the
wedding march was played by. Miss
Delia Records, a sister of the groom.
The ring ceremony was used by .Rev.
A'ilson who officiated.
After the wedding a banquet was
served the guests who were as follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Charlea, Records and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Records and
family, Mr. and Mrs. William RecordB
nnd family, Mrs. Pool, Frank R. Pool,
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Romingcr, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Workman, Mr. and Mrs.
It. Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Beale.
Mrand Mrs. Dan Kirk. Mrs. Baxter
and Dick Baxter, Mrs. King of Two
River?. Wash.. Miss Willetts of Walla
What Do You S ay
.when you ask for
Corn Flakes ?
It J3M ,Wv" H - . H
lSB H "VN . II r- "
you miss ihe bstthere is in
flava; crispness, and all round
goodness. Get the flakes
that come triple-sealed in the
yellow and red package
Tney don't mush down when
. cream or milk is added. :
Postum Cereal CaJncBattle Creefich.
Walla, Frank Romfnffer and Mr nnrt
Mrs. O, W. Carpenter and familv.-Mr.
and Mrs. Records will in all probabil
ity go to western Canada for the sum
mer. They are popular young folks
fromithis community and will foe miss.
ed from many social events.
Clyde Clippenger. foreman of the
Grant Lowe place, formerly known
is the old Hudson Bay ranch, Ilea in
me hospital at Walla Walla, dying or
spinal meningitis. Some time ago Mr.
Cllppenger decided to stop the tobacco
habit and by so dolnj; he developed an
abnormal appetite for eatlruf. This!
tte of affairs brought on an acute
wttack of Indigestion from wlll'-h spinal
meningitis finally developed.. His de
mise Is looked for at most any time.
Mr. Cllppenger is a man of aJKtut forty
years of age and has a, wife and daugh
ter. Two years ago he was employen
'n the Coffman wheat- ranch above
Monday evening a Jolly crowd of
friends of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Kirk
surprised" them at their home and
rave them an old fashioned charivari
the occasion beinir tlieir twentv.rirut i
wedding anniversary. "Pedro" was!
tho card game of the evening and Lane!
noon was first prizo winner while i
olek Baxter won the ooby .prize.. At
midnight, the gueslsiwho brought their!
own supper served themselves and de
parted for their homes. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Lane Hoon, Mr. and j
Mrs. John Jones, Mr. and Mrs. O. W I
Carpenter. Mr. and Mrs. John Baxter,!
Air. and Mrs. Ole Goodman. Mr. and:
Mrs. R. 13. Bean, Mr. and "Mrs. W. B. I
Phillips, Dick Baxter, Miss Alexander. .
itcoekah and Donald Kirk. , .
Mri Roy Bacon 'kas taken, tliia
Tuesday afternoon to the hospital at
Walfci Walla where she will undergo
an operation for abscess. Dr. Charlie
Thomas and Dr. Shaw are in charge of
the case and are hopeful for the recov
ery. Mrs. Bacon has been ill since the
birth of her aby six weeks ago.
On Saturday afternoon. Catherine
Wellman entertained at her fifth birth
day anniversary, a party of little
friends at the home of her grand
mother Mrs. W. W. Phillip!. Refresh
ments were served at the end of the
ifternoon's fun and those present were
Catherine Wellman, Marguerite: Oni
Gladys' Bacon, Clytie tyid Kathleen
Phillip Opal Wisenor. j and Elinor j
Bean. e '.
Mrs. S. W. Stockston spent the week
end with her family at Helix this week. I
On Friday' of last week, Mesdames
J. H. Jones and Bean motored over
to the home of Mrs. Gene Latoadie on i
he Walla Walla river where thev
pent the day.
On Friday night Miss Delia Records
entertained at a dancing party, at the
home of her- parents Mr. and Mrs. C.
. Records. The large home was
tastefully decorated with lovely daffo
dils and over fifty guests enjoyed a
delightful time. At one o'clock a sup
per consisting of chicken sandwiches,
cream puffs and cuke and coffee were
served and it was not . before three
o'clock the guests departed for thcif !
homes. Tlie party was also a fare well
for Ray Records and Jessie Block, a I
popular ITmaplne girl, whose 'marriage
occurred Tuesday night .
Another society event of Cmapine
!so took place on Saturday evening !
when the high school girls entertained
at a lumber wagon party for the high
school boys, .The merry crowd met at I
the home of the L. O. P, H. and two
wagon loads of young people and their I
haperons journeyed to the home of I
Miss Irene Hoon, where, they spent a i
oily evening. , .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Winans moved!
nto Roy Saunders home south of i
mapine on Monday where thev wii! '
ive this summer. 1 i
Phillip Murphy Sr. was removed v-
he Walla Willa .hospital on Tuesday !
afternoon where it Is hoped he will re-I
cover his health. Mr. Murphy is past
ifhty years of age nridjs gradually
sing his strength. .He is a rreat fav-1
erite at I'mapine and his witty Irish
sayints and pleasant maiyior has won:
tor him a plaee in the heart of every-i
Ray cornick who wintered aliand ot
horses on tho D. J. 'Kirk ranch, left;
with the bunch on Saturday for his1
home at Dixie, Wash. , j
Mrs. W. W. Philippl is ppending thisj
neek at Prescolt tbe guest of her
laughter Mis. Judse Kellv. J
T4 James Homina leaves Wednesday for i
his home - at Lewiwton Idaho. Mr.
Uomine was in this valley for - his'
health and while not altogether re-.
covered, he Is much improved.
Carl Bean who has been visitingihls
parents In Missouri for two months U
tsaln at Umnpine.
. The first ibull gamo of tho season
is scheduled to take place for the local
team on the home diamond, April first
and their opponents will be Athena.
Miss Alexander of Walla Walla is
visiting at the home other uncle. Lane ! A
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian"
thurrh) aro journeying this Wednesday
to the home of Mrs. Roy Frailer who
lives two miles north of Whitma-i
monument. At noon a big dinner will
bo served the guests.
Boh Records narrowly escaped seri
ous Injury when on Monday he was run
over by Willinm Klnnev in his auto.
Luckily no bones were broken although
the boy was unconscious for a couple
Mr. J. D. Harrnh wrs In Frcewnter
Tuesday confertng with Rev. Cox of
Pendleton and Ben Bolt of Milton In
resard to the 16th. Baptist association
which convenes in Milton May 1J, 14
In every woman's heart, v! :. e is the de
sire for ' i
because it represents so s?eat a part in her
home life and her entertaining.
The recent reduction
of 20 Per Cent
makes it possible to buy sterling at,a very
low price.' Now is tin opportune time to
start her a pattern in silver. .
w T inc.
The IjirKCst lUnmo'iKl Dealers In Eastern Oregon.
J. C. Penney Co.. A Nation-Wide Institution
More Power to Your
Clark's 150 yard spools sewing cotton.
Coats Crochet Cotton, ball
Coats Silk Finish Crochet Cotton, spool
Laces and embroideries, assortments'at yard, j
lc,5cr8c, 10c, 19c, 23c," S9c. . i
,New ribbon b:;roi'tment, new patterns up to j
si:: inches wide, r.nssalines, satins, taffetas, j
Drcsdensiin beautiful colors, the yard. 19c J
Braelock Ginghams, 32 inches wide, yard 39c
Genuine Tbile Du Nord Ginghams, yard. 23c
' Red Seal and Al F. C. Ginghams, new patterns
27 inches wide yard .'. 19c
New Madras Shirting, pleasing silk stripe pat
terns, yard : . 49c, 69c, 89c
36 inch, Cotton Poplins, all the wanted summer
shades, yard 49c
New printed Voiles, 39-40 inches wide, the
yard . 49c, 98c
36 inch Colored Sateens, good quality, yd. 33c
New Crepe De Chines, delightful new shades,
40 inches wide $1.69
Devonshire Cloth, 32 inches wide, yard. . 33c
Good' Quality Percales, 36 inches wide, the
yard . '. .... 15c, 25c
Outing Flannels, good quality, yd. .. 19c
Pequot Pillow Cases, 42x36 each A 39c
Pequot Pillow Cases, 45x36, each 43c
Pequot Cheets, 72x90, each S1.49
Pequot Sheets, 81x90, each $1.69
Berkeley Cambric No. 60, yard 19c
Berkeley Cambric No. 100, yard 23c
Good Quality House Lining, yard ........ 9c
36 inch Pepperell unbleached Muslin, yd. 18c
Hope Muslin, 36 inches wide, yard 13c
Lonsdale Muslin, 36 inches wide, yard . . . . 19c
Good Oualitv Unbleached Muslin, yard. . . 12c
72 inch Pepperell Bleached Sheeting . . .
81 inch Pepperell Bleached Sheeting . . .
90 inch Pepperell' Bleached Sheeting. . .
72 inch Pequot Bleached Sheeting
90 inch Peauot Bleached Sheeting .
Table Oilcloth, Meritas and Sanitas brands,
42 inch Pilow Tubing, yard
36 inch Pillow Tubing, yard
33 inch Indian Head Muslin
36 inch Indian1 Head Muslin
36 Inch White Hospital Gauze, yard . .
36 inch White Hospital Gauze, yard. . .
36 inch Rubber'Sheeting, yard
54 inch Rubber Sheeting, yard .... $1.23
45 in. Rubber Sheeting, double faced, yd. $1.23
J. C. Fenncy Uo., A Nation-Wide Institution
TMYE-WARD SHOE CO.
I have opened an up-to-date shoe shining par-
lor in Nye-Ward Co.'s new shoe store. The class
of shining parlor Pendleton people have long
needed. Open week days during business hours.
Saturdays taJhSO p. m. Sundays 9 a. m. to 3 p.
m. Shining Stand Phone 622.
end 5. Mr arrah ,8 Secretary ot , KKKWKmHmmmHMKnMWMWKVVVI
toe convention. , , i
Geo. W. Hooker, Oregon Journal Agt.