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KVKNT8 IN" CA LKSDAR I
Raster, which heralds the coming
of Spring, mark the opening of the
social season aner Lm no
Week promise to be especially
Kor tonight, the eighth nnusl Fire
men' ball will e an event. Thin af
fair will belnformal and will be at the
Kegle-Wood man hall
Mm. Louis Schnrpf and Mr. Lan
ford M. Spauldlng are entertaining to.
morrow afternoon at the home of Mm
eVharpf with a bridge and tea, the first
f a aertea for which Mm Scharpf und
Mm Spalding will be hostesses.
Mm. Fred Donert, Mm II. J. Oavan
nuirh and Mm James Hill will be
, boMrM for bridge luncheon on
Wednesday and Thursday, at the home
of Mm Hill on North Main street.
An Inleresting event will be the pre
sentation of the I'nlverslty of Oregon
Girts' Glee Club In concert at the hlith
school auditorium on Thursday even
Ins. The local alumni of the I'niver
slty are in charge and the girls are to
he entertained in Pendleton homes.
Th final number' In a series of
dances given bv members of the Kill
Kare Ktub will also be an event of
Thursday evening. The ladies who are!
club member will entertain.
. Two formal dances have been sched
uled for future dates, the first being
the Shrine ball to be given by the
itound-l'n Shrine dub, Al Kader Tem
ple, at the Elks club March SO. On
Tuesday, April t, the members of tn.e
Pendleton lodge of Elks will entertain
with a dancing party at the ElkaVluh.
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BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
llilM FLOUR & HI CO.
For bridge luncheon, to be given
April 5, Mrs. Guiuates M. Rice, Mrs.
C'nsHe S. Jersrd. Mm. Ionian . Rice
end Mm P.dwln B. AMrieh have Issued
cards. Guests have been asked to the
home of Mm Gonsates M. Rice, 101
DINXRR IS OIVE
For an Kaster dinner, Mr. and Mm.
A. M. Winn were hosts for yesterday
at their home on West Court street.
Easier lilies and other lovely flowers,
a gift received by Mrs. Winn from her
mother. Mrs. F. E. King, who 1a at
Lng Iteach, California, formed ' ;t
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Dlm
Ick, Mr. and Mm Jack Jewett, Mr. ami
Mm Walter Clark and Mr. and Mr.
Everett King and family.
AUK BOARD MEMBERS
Mm John Ross Dickson and Mrs.
Frederick E- Judd, formerly of I"en
dleton. now of Portland, are members
of the board of directors of the Mann
Old People's home In Portland and
were prominent ainong those making
arrangements for the annual Easter
Monday tea which la an event of today.
The tea Is in the nature of a benefit.
HOSTS FOR DINNER
Mr. and Mrs. William Fl Hanscom
were hosts for an, Easter dinner yes
terday at their tuyne on Logan street.
Daffodils In shades of brilliant yellow
centered a table for Which the places
were marked by baskets of Easter can
dies. Besides the hosts, those present
Smart styling, excellent ma
terials and fine tailoring are the
characteristics of our line of
The prices range from $35.00 on
jp to $95.00.
Your inspection invited.
were Mr. and Mm C. J. llnnscom, J.
lianscom. Mm Luis Dungan, Claude
Crow, Mm Anna Furnish, Roy Fur
.il Hh and Katheryn Furnish.
CLCB TO BE ORGANIZED
A Rebekah Club is to be organised
tomorrow afternoon at a meeting in
the I. O. O. F. hall. The club will be an
an. iliary of the local Rebekah lodge.
Mrs, Frank Whetstone, state , vloe
P' evident of the Rebekahs, will preside
at tomorrow's meeting.
MISS FTRNISit IS GUEST
Miss Blanche Furnish, Pendleton
girl who la a student at O. A. C.. is
spending Easter vacation In Albany as j
the guest of Miss Helen Llvengood.
The girls are sorority sisters, both be
ing member of Alpha Chi Omega,
GIRLS WILL. MEET
In the Interests of the Girls" Friendly
Society, a meeting will be held tonight
at ?:?0 at the rectory of the Church of
me i-eneemer. miss j a cons who
prominently Identified with the society
will speak. .
MRS, HARPER DEPARTS. :
Mrs. Henry Harper of Portland.
who has been In Pendleton as . the
guest of her mother, Mrs. W. H.
Kebergall, and of her sister. Mm
Charles Vaughn, returned to her home
HERE FOR VACATION
Miss Helen Nelson and Miss Rena
Hales, students at the University ol
Oregon, are in Pendleton for the
Spring vacation. Both are members pf
Gamma Phi Beta. i
EGO ROLLING PARTT. j
Frank Snyder was host to a number
of young friends for an Easter egg
rolling party at the Snyder home on
Perkins avenue yesterday.
MRS. DESPAIN TO RETURN.
Mrs. N. E. Pespaln, who has been
spending the winter In Portland will
return to Pendleton within a few
AT HOLD IIP IS MADE
(East- Oregonian Special.)
ECHO. March 28. Highway . men
made an unsuccessful attempt to hold
up Mr. and Mm B. F. Neely. Friday
evening as they were coming home
from Pendleton. As they approached
the end of the pavement this side of
the state hospital two men stepped in
to the road and ordered Neely to stop
his car. He started to slow down but
seeing the men were masked and car
ried guns he stepped on the gas In an
attempt to get away. As he dashed
past them they shot twice at close
rane but these only made hint go the
faster Neely made it to Rleth in rec
ord time where he reported the at
tempt to the authorities. The men
were well dressed, wearing white col
lam They each carried a gun and
One of them made an attempt to
catch the car a it passed, but failed.
Echo's baseball team gave a dance
Friday evenigg in the Echo city hall.
The proceeds go for further improve
ment of the ball grounds.
Miss Veda Wattenburger entertain
ed her Sunday school class, 'The Sun
shine Chorus," with an Easter party
at her home In Westiawn Friday aft
ernoon, from 1 to (. 'iter a busfnes
meeting, at which Cert rude Bowman
was elected president of the class and
Lucille George, class secretary and
treasurer, the afternoon was spent In
playing games and singing songs. Re
freshments were served at about 1:30,
arter which the little folks departed
for their homes. Besides the hostess
those who were present were: Lucille
Sirs. KcComber Aroided a Serioni
Operation by Taking Lydia E.
, Pinkharn'f Vegetable Cora
pound in Time
Geortretown. 111. "After mv first
baby was born I suffered so with my
len nae that i could
not walk across the
floor unless I was all
humped over, hold
ing to my tide. I doc
tored with several
doctors but found no
relief and they said
I would have to have
an operation. Mv
mother insisted on
my taking Lrdia B.
Pink ham s Vegeta
ble Compound and 1
Joon found relief. Now I can do all my
own work and it is the Vegetable Com
pound that has saved me from an opera-
aon. i cannot praise your medicine too
lilfhly and I tell all of my friends and
leighbors what the Compound did for
ie." Mrs. Margakct McCumber,
H S. Fracier St, Georgetown, Illinois.
Mrs. McCumber is one of the unnum
jered thousands of housewives who
truggle to keep about their daily tasks,
trhiie suffering from ailments peculiar
o women with backache, sideaches,
leadaches, bearine-down pains and ner
'ousness, and if every such woman
should profit by her experience and give
,ydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
ound trial they would get well.
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Armour's Bacon Backs
Best Quality Bacon Backs by the piece or sliced to
your order, pound , 40c
Country Bacon, pound i . 35c
Ranch Eggs, guaranteed fresh, dozen 25c
Water Glass, bottle 35c
Ranch Butter, roll ,..;.... 90c
Sauer Kraut in bulk, quart . 20c
Dill Pickles, dozen 35c
Sweet Midget Pickles, pint :. 45c
Spanish Olives in bulk, pint 45c
Assorted australian Jam, tin 15c
Peaches, Pears and Apricots, tin t 25c
Stanfield Brick Cheese, pound 45c
. Complete line of Seed
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25 per cent off on all
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
George, Itarel Wolff Clara Cunha,
Lionise Oliver, Margaret Wlmmer. May
Jefferson, Esther Bowman, Gertie
Bowman. Bernlce Heft, Irene Bell.
Bernice Xelson, Jewel Elder, Lllluth
Hubbard and Pearl Jewett.
A letter from Mrs. Frank Hale who
has been In Seattle for some time tak
ing medical treatment, states that she
expects to he able to return to her
home In Echo between the first and
fifteenth of April.
The Stanfield and Echo high school
teams met for the first game of the
season on the Echo diamond Friday
at 2:3 p. m. Stanfield players worst
ed Echo in the final Innings with a
score of S to S.
Echo's new $65,000 bank building: Is
completed after nearly a year In con
st ruction. It Is faced with the latest
design in terra cotta and white faced
brick. The Inside finish Is of mahog
any and marble. , It Ja completely
modern - throughout. Including the
three ton vault doors.
The building Is the best of Its kind
in UmaUlla county outside of Pen
dleton. Echo's baseball diamond has been
completely worked over and releveled
during the last week In preparation for
the coining games of the season. The
grandstand that blew down during the
winter has been reconstructed with a
seating capacity of approximately 300
fans. The expenses of all th . work
were defrayed from the fireman's
Umatilla and Echo's grade teams
played a five Inning game Friday aft
ernoon on the Echo diamond with a
score of to 2.
Craig Bell, of Des Moines, Iowa, left
Wednesday for his home In the East,
after visiting here with his brother, J.
A silver tea was given at the home
of Mrs. I. H. Gobbell, Wednesday aft
ernoon, for the benefit of the Ladles'
Aid Society. About thirty ladles were
Rcscoe Vaughan,of Pendleton, was
here Tuesday to attend th funeial of
his great-aunt, Mrs. Luclnda A. Mc-
Among those from Echo who spent
Saturday In Pendleton were: Mrs, F.
r. George and children Marion and
Lucille, Mrs. Lena Mathers, Donald
Madison, Mrs. W. J. - Wattenburger
and Veda Wattenburger. .
Koeth H6user, county sheriff, was
here on official business Thursday,
Miss Maxlne Stanfield is here from
Walla Walla spending her Easter va
cation with her parents.
Joe Bailey received a telegram Wed
nesday afternoon stating that her sis
ter, who lives in Corvallis, had passed
H B. Johnson of Forest Grove, was
in Echo Tuesday to attend the funeral
of her sister, Mrs. Luclnda A. Mo
Mrs. Jce Foley of Pendleton was an
Hcho visitor Tuesday.
Judge Fee of Pendleton, Was here
on business Friday.
A surprise party was given for Miss
Opal Thomas at her home Friday
evening, the party being given In celo
tTai.nn of her b.rthd-iy, About a doz
cn numbers or the yoimger set were
A. meeting of the Women's Benefit
Association of the Maccabees was held
at the I. O. O. F. hall, Friday evening.
Thirty-five ladles from the Pendleton
Review were here to put on Inltiatlor,
work. Seven new members were inl
tiated, who were Mrs. Allen Mudge,
Miss Lois (iob'oell, Mrs. hoy Hale, Mrs
Maurice Coe, Mrs. Henry Peters, Miss
Clara Bottger and Mrs. Fred Mark
ham. The distinguished guest of the
evening was Mrs. Pauline Moore 'Riley,
state commander of the Lady Macca
TREES WILL HE SEPARATFJX
FRESNO, Cfal., March 28. (A. P.)
Edicts have gone forth burring the
gallant gentlemen of the fig family lii
California from associating with the
lady trees of the clan.
Orders ItinUhlng the male trees to
the foothills and leaving the fertile
r tile;- to 'he female of the specie
were issuen ny me uai norma ieacn
r.ti Fig Growers Association recently
When Professor I. J. Condlt, fig expert.
nnornced he had dlcovered thut
mele irees commit various crimes, am
ong them excessive Jrinking and over
polltnizatloii, . .
CaivlCprnln's fig crop last season
Card of Thanks
We dcslr to extend to the many
'nd friend our heartfelt thanks and
appreciation for the beautiful floral
offerings and kindness during our ssd
lereavement in the death of our belov
ed husband and father, F. A. Michael.
MRS. F. A. MICHAEL
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT One housekeeping room
114 Cosble street.
FOR RENT Furnished house Ap
ply 03 E. Court St.
Foil HKNT 4 room house. Call
. 407 cr 173-J after ( p. m.
Potatoes, Onion Sets,
Inn .-- Jrhl6
was of unusual exrolknc but many
growers lost by the figs attaining such
immense size that they split thUr
Professor Condlt wns engaged to In
vestigate and disco, ered that the
males dwemand water at a time when
the females are not thirsty and that
an excessive amount of pollen for the
female trees resulted.
In line with the professor s recom
mendations, the association has set out
a r rty-acre Tuiare lootnui tract ae
voted entirely to male trees.
O. P. lllxford, San Ftancisco phv-
elologist of the bureau of plant In
dustry o the department of agrtcdl-
turt. has inspected the site and has
reported his findings to Washington.
If they ipprove the change, the gov-
ernmcnt ill assist In Maintaining
The fig. it is said, is one of the few
trees in !h world which produces the
distinct mule and female flowers on
separate trees. The,1 male tree bears
only a shell containing flowers, the
edible fruit being found exclusively
on' the female tree.
ARCADE WNTlAY AXD MONDAY
1-fc.MCL WHITE COMIXO
IX BIO FOX FILM
rearl White, "the marvel of the
screen," Is coming to the Arcade Thea
tre Sunday, being presented by William
fox- In a special production, 'The
v bite Moll," a stirring story of life in
rvew York's underworld. This Is her
first big production she having here
tofore devoted her screen work, to
The story was written by Frank L.
Packard, author of "The Miracle
Man," and the scenario Is by E. Lloyd
Sheldon. It deals with Rhoda, a girl
crook of the slums, who, having seen
me iignt in a startling miracle performed-In
St. Agnes' Church where
her father is killed , trying to rob the
poor box determines to reform and
labor to aid those in the underworld
A a settlement worker she becomes
For three generations
mothen have successfully used
Foley's Honey and Tar
as a safe remedy for the relief of
cold, cough, croup sod whooping couth.
It it pure, wholesome, sod children like
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known by the crooks and gangsters as
"The White Moll."
Her work has started to bear fruit.
"The Suarrcw," a notorious safe bur-'
glar who has served a long term In
prison. Is released. When "The bung
ler," leader of the gang, tempts the
released convict to return to his un
lawful trade, 'The White Moll," who
has been caring for his aged mother,
steps In and wins the Sparrow's prom
ise to go straight But she Incurs the
enmity of the Dangler, Who determine
to "frame" the Sparrow. Then begins
a series of thrilling experiences which,
it Is said make the picture one of the
most fascinating and heart-appealing
The story, written In Mr. Packard's
Inimitable style, carries an appeal even
stronger than his famous tale, "The
Miracle Man." Supporting Miss Whit
are Richard CV Travers, who plays the
dual role of "The Pug-' and "The Ad
venturer"; Walter Lewis. J. Thornton
Baston, Kva Gordon, William Harvey,
Oebrge Pauncefort, Charles J. Siattery,
John P. Wade and John Woodford.
ALTA M-XDAY AXD MOXDAY
PIXERO STAGE PHY
NEXT MIXTKR P1CTI RE
In the famous role of down-at-the-
heels, sunny-hearted Richard Phenyl,)
friend to every one but himself. The -
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tunltles in "Sweet Lavender," the
Mary Miles Minter picture coming at
the Alta for two days beginning Bun.
"Sweet Lavender." In film form, wis
adapted by Beulah Marie rHx from the
Plnero stage success, declared by many
critics to be the most humanly appeal
ing play ever written. The part ot
Phenyl has long been known as a clas
sic of character Interpretations and it
Is wonderfully done by the capable
Roberts, considered one of fllmdom's
greatest character men.
As "Lavender," Miss Minter 1 given
fresh opportunities to demonstrate her
versatility. There Is plenty of hu
mor In the part of the girl who helps
her foster mother in the conduct of a
big college boarding house. With Clem
Hale she has a beautiful romance,
almost wrecked when Clem's step
father forbids the match. vlt can be '
Imagined what happens when the stern
father finds that the girl he feels la
"beneath" his stepson Is really his own
Harold Goodwin, often seen with
Vivian Martin, Mary plrkford and
Llla Lee In leadjng roles, has th role
of the Impetuous young college boy
who fall in love with the landlady's
daughter. Milton Sills, Sylvia Ash..
ton, Theodore Robert.
J. M. Dumont,
' Starke, Patteson and Jane Keckley are
in the cast.
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