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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 11, 1921.
Soda and Club News
1'AKTY 1H KXJOYKI. rod. Time new member, Mrs
A deliKlitful KiiriiiKll'me social rune-, Mr, tieo. nmsty, Mrs. Cluster rtem-
-... it,-. rf,s,.ir,r fi.r liUli I iin-1 mil Mm. Jolirt ltamr.stor, wore ut
Mm. W. N. Matlock un.l M. M. I..
Akers were hostesses at the hoiuc of
Mrs, Matlock on Saturday evcninn.
About forty liui'fltn -n jovv.l tanciltK
l.i.i m ,.cno anil tfl lifter Uhll'1)
delicious refreshments wi-ro s.icd
ftpverul musical number coniUnfc or
pliino and ocal solos nnd drnin:ilir
r-Kiilri(f proved on additional en
joyment to the evenings onti rtain
incnt, MK!liYt.nO-KOl Xl CU'R
The memlicni of the Moriy-ilo-Itonml
crtib nut. Saturday afternoon
lit the hnnie "f Mr. l-v 5arrtt. In i
wwing contest Mr. "!eo. OhriHy won
ihe hiL'h score trophy while in the
BUPKflnic contest Mrs. William liuther
j milted, tluesls, other than cl lb mem
ber were .Mm. A. KeiiKe, Mrs. Minis.
Mil. Uicd. of Hells, nml Mrs. ARnos
Meltnke, of 'Pendleton. The next
meeting will he heKI In two weeks ;it
the l.oinr of Air. lnve Hotter.
IhlV.UER HAS M I'KTINV.
j Mi'lmirt:ll Hi'ivioes and Intlintlorl
(were ht'M l y tl e lHitroe of Honor i t
ihcir Saturday meetiiiBs. Mrs. Fran
cis Hufll Olson, of St. Paul, national
. president, snoke unit Have instrmtiors
ina well as disciisslns the general work
jof the order. The deicrce staff exem
i fu'.l the floor work and .Mr. nu t
t,-a r.iiwirt Kr.iwn w-errt iireeent e.l
Iwl'.h an liidan-robe by .Mrs. Olson.
rur.ls foi med a diversion ami .1. r
hh score trophies. Uefreshnienta
were sored later In the evening. Out
flowers nnil potted plants formed the
IIAPTKI: HAS MKKTIXfl.
The llc-gemnn chapter of the Wost-
; minister Guild was entertained by
i.Mrs. H. S. Mt Kemie nnd Mrs. 11. K.
j .Vil.eait at the home of Mrs. MoKen
Uie In the Security spartinents on Sut
Uirday afternoon, with twenty-two
! The program was planned by Mrs.
M. Chrys'.iil and consisted of vocal
number-ally Mrs. J. H. McCook, itecom
Ipanied by Mrs. Kj F.Wverlll and Mrs.
j Ivanibeau. assisted by Mrs. Chrystnll.
land papers hy Mrs. McOormach, Mi's.
lOiiy Hoyden. Mrs. Mac Hoke and Mrs.
Spring blossoms were used for tloc-
H O PJ"S f V S T A I It S S II O I
'r J -1 - i
SPORT JA CKEIS
nn the trophy. A dainty luncheon IMikc ami Mrs. Gcor):e Towers won the . hj. the hostesses during the later
iUTI. ti. . v,ens,in oi ci jarKsoo
street was honored on Saturday aftar-
J noon when a group of friends surprls-l
ed her at Her home, ne was present
led with many Rifts, the occasion lielnft
j her birthday. Refreshments wore
I served durinir the afternoon. Guests
!vere Mi's. Kim Morton, Mrs. Ivan Mo.
Kee. Mrs. V. A. Urace, Mrs. Knoch
Kriedly. Mrs. Will Campbell, Mrs.
Whitmore.. Mrs. Ruff Campbell and
Mrs. Truiuan Rogers.
"THAT. ARE DIFFERENT"
W. C. T. r. TO MEKT. ,
The Women's Christian' Temper
ance V'nion will meet at the library
Tuesday afternoon. At the meeting.
a resume of the article, "Making; Am
erica Dry." which appeared In the
American Legion Weekly, will be
Including the much wanted navy blue.j";er,;
T . . 1 l.i'r. nfl IS tl'Vlftort .........
I IT C I IU TIIT I I 1 ii- KM I it , I in fill 13 11I11VV" .-..v..... ,
. . . r i i:-,t
a large smpment oi exira iiuaiiLy
sport jackets in navy, ' brov. n, Kelly
green, sand and Java. These garments
aw pntirplv different than those seen
ii iu bolb d In
Campbell's Bean Soup
tliiv IimikI picked MIclilKnn Tea lU-ans,
soukctl. wished, rcpickd by Imnd and rinsed,
uater Mina tl:cy tun ttioroufttiiy cowked.
riaM-i' rurrots, ivlery ami Ktinitcwtioii f tomato l
then addrMl." V Mend of park, bacon and onions, IuivIiik 1khii
lli-st llioroimlil) cookrtl. Is tlii'n stlrit'd i.nto the noun.. Willi'
lpia r. will, hi nnd other fluvors arc flimlly i-Mtiuil Hu In
liii firttvn liiRml'intH nn iisihI.
The Soup Is ciinploled hy Ik Ihk roix'al'tlly paed tliniiidll
f a . HitviiH until l assnnics a ivmarkahly smitli texture.
It In llioii filhil Into the cans and strlllicI. Their smwwtivc
i:h cations yl'id a thick rich wmp -t unirorm cunsliciii y and
an tutrucriM.' HPlMtirunio nml taste.
21 KINDS, PER CAN, 15c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
Walla on Saturday., floth ar well
l.now n in Hendle'.on and have a host of
friends. The bride has made her
homo with her grandmother, Mrs. E.
McNette. The couple will make their
homo in Pendleton.
in most shops.
are All gone.
See them before
V'": '.. '-W 'itFfj
THE SHOP OF BEIIEIl VALC E S
MISS DYER VISITS.
Miss 1'lollis Dyer, of Hermlston,
was a week-end guest at the home of
Mrs. James Johns, Jr. Miss Iver was
here to see the high school play,
"Ureen Stockings." She Is a high
school student and recently appeared
ffl a high school dramatic production.
DEPART FOR HOISE.
Mrs. E. P. Doyle and small sons,
Graham and Robert Doyle, left yester
day morning for Boise, Idaho, to
spend the summer months at the home
of Mrs. Doyle's mother, Mrs. W. A.
Save Your Hands
Hausewcrk, Cleaning Windows, Washing Dishes
Scrubbing -Woodwork axd Similar Tasks
all tend to leave, the hands red and cracked, rob
bing them of the softness and whiteness so much
desired by most women.
The thoughtful housewife who protects her
hands by wearing household Rubber Gloves also
-' saves the cost of cold creams and lotions that woukI
otherwise be necessary.
Some rubber gloves are almost worthless; made
to sell, but not to wear. If you could buy a pair of
perfect fitting, flexible household gloves with taper
ing fingers and wide wrists guaranteed to give sat
isfactionfor $1.00, wouldn't this be an economical
investment? Let us show you our Maximum Gloves
at this price. -
1 PENOLETQH DRUG CO.
RETURN" "JO HOME.
Jirs. nay u mine aim lhusihit.
Eleanor Dean, who have been visiting
at the home of Mrs. J. XV. Endicott, re
turned to their home In Portland this
LITTLE SON BORN.
Mr. and Mrs. L.' C. Uvermore are
the parents of a little son born yes
terday at Oregon City. The new ar
rival weighs seven and a half nounds
;and is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lot
j L;i ermore. Pendleton pioneers.
D. A. R. TO MEET,
i The Daughters of the Amprcon
: Revolution will hold their resular
1 monthly meeting tomorrow evening at
i 7:3('at the home of Mrs. R. H. Home.
i 305 Perkins avenue.
Announcing the'ensiigenient of her
daughter. Miss Clandlne McMonles,
who is to wed Glenn Chester Acker
man of Salem., Mrs. F. J. MoMonies
was hostess today for a luncheon at
the F.Iks' club. Covers were laid for
ten at a table decked In spring blos
soms and tulle, while cards beneath
dainty baskets announced the betroth
Miss McMonles is an attractive girl
and popular in Pendleton. She at
tended O. A. C. and the engagement Is
the result of a college romance.
MOTOR TO WAITSHI RG.
Mr.' and Mrs. W. I. Gadwa. Mrs.
Margaret Hoover and Mrs. William
Milne motored to Waitsburg yesterday
and were the guests of Rev. and Mrs.
R. I Bussabarger, formerly of this
eltv. Thcv attended services at the
Christian church where Rev. Bussa
barger Is pastor.
MfSS SOMMERVILLF. RETURNS. .
Miss Evelyn Somnierville has re
turned from Portland where she vis
ited at the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. J.
GUILD TO MEET.
The Parish House Guild of the Epis
copal church will hold a business
meeting tonight at 7:30 at the church.
J.OSH of AplK'tltP Is also loss of vital
ity, vlcor. tone. To recover appetite
and the rest take Hood s Sarsapartlla..
that strengthens the stomacn, per
fects digestion, makes eating a plea
sure. It also makes the blood rich una
pure, and steadies the nerves.
Big Showing of Very
The silk embroideries are ap
plied by hand, fringe and tassel
trimmings further ' beautifying
some models, and the colors are
the very newest. .
Linings throughout are of
heavy silk in two-tone or harmo-
PLANS TO BE MADE.
The members of the Delphian Club
will meet tonight at the library to per
fect plans for their benefit card party
to be held April 15 in the library club
OREGON Tuesday Apr. 10 J
Theatre One Night lL $
- . .
PRICES 75c to $1.50
Seats en Sale Now
THE LAUGH SHOW CF CREATION
' BRINGING UP FATHER
AT THE SEASHORE
All Fun and Pretty Girlj The Latest
in Musical Com'dy
I have moved to my new location and
will specialize in Ladies' and Gents'
Tailoring, Remodeling, Repairing.
I call for and deliver.
One trial and you will be convinced.
iMs 7 S 0 Dpsnain Did. Phone 982
! LEAVE FOR CHICAGO,
j Mr. and Mrs. William H. Shcehan,
who spent the past five months in
j Pendleton, departed Saturday for Chi
jr.URY EEJvS'TO MEET,
j The Busy Pees will meet tomorrow
j afternoon at the home of Mrs. Sam
Wr.'ght. The meeting was at first
'scheduled for the evening.
rb;TUP.N TO PENDLETON.
Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Holt have return
I ed to Pendleton after their wedding
trip and are domiciled at the Security
MOTOR TO WALLA WALLA. '
Mr. and Mrs. George Hartman, and
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Buchanan and lit
tle daughter motored to Walla Wulla
yesterday for the day.
MISS WKSTHERSTflN WEDS.
Miss Peatrice Weatherston became
the bride of Irwin S. Preble in Walla
CinXF.SB IIAVK 'T.C." 1V.
PEKING Anrll-11. li P.) Chi-
nAK ulrlu hv the hundreds in this City.
Tientsin and Shanghai daughters of
the wealthiest merchants, caret uuy
hidden In hlir. walled-ln- homes, or
girls not so luoky In riches or comron
are forming societies to give food to
other Bturving girls In .the famine
area. They are contributing funds by
self-denial of some favorite food.
The up-to-date boarding schools are
the leaders In this girls' enterprise.
Hundreds of the Baldwin school, at
Nanchang, have pledged themselves to
go without meat and give the equival
ent in money to the famine fund. This
particular form . of self denial Is
spreading all over China. The results
already show that thousands of chil
dren will be saved through the sacr -fice
of these young women.
This Is the principal means by which
Chinese girls are helping the nation In
its crisis, but It is by no means the
only one. In the series of "tag days"
In this city, Rhanrhal, Tientsin and
other towns, young Chinese girls of the
best families went openly on the j
streets an unheard of thing and j
"tagged" pedestrians and auto and j
'rickshaw parties. Large sums were
raised by this method.
ARTISANS TO MEET.
Thp Artisans will meet
evening in Eagle-Woodman hall for a
business meeting nnd initiation.
MRS. WINER AT HOSPITAL
Mrs. Jack Winer Is at St. Anthony's
hospital where she underwent an op
RETURNS FROM I A. GRANDE.
Mrs. Thomas Young has returned
from a visit In La Grande.
AP If vnu am aiihtt! tit Hull rtn i n In (h
hear, dizziness, nervouanena, are lan
guid and feel tired all over, fret a pack
age of the old reliable remedy. Mother
Gray'a A ROM ATIC-LEAF, the pleasant
Medicinal Tea. We have many testi
monial. As a pen tie laratlve It has
no equal. Ask for lothr Uray'a Aromatic-Leaf
at druggists or sent hy mail
for 60 ctn. Sample KKEK. Address,
Mother Gray Co.. Le Roy. N". T.
eggs while they are cheap.
2 DOZ. STRICTLY FRESH
Per Case $6.75
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. OESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Proprietor : J
(Continued from page 1.)
Telia Childless Women What
Lydia EPinkham's Vegetable
Compound Did f ot Her
Millston, Wis.-" I want to give you
a word of praise for your wonderful
very fond of children
ind for a consider
able time after we
married I feared 1
would not have any
owing to my weak
condition. I began
taking Lydia iu.
Pink ham's Vefre
t&ble Compound and
now I have a nice
'trone healthy baby
Irri'rl I Mn hnnpKt.lv
say that I did pot suffer much more
when my baby was born than ! used to
suffer with my periods before 1 took
Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Com
pound yearn ago. I give all the credit to
your medicine and ana!! always recom
mend it very highly." Mrs. 11. H.
jANasEM, Millston, Wisconsin.
How can women who are weak and
gicklyexpect or hope to become mothers
of he'aithy children? Their first duty is
to themselves. They ehotild overcome
the derangement or debility that in
H i flrargmg inem oown, arm tirem iiu
ft ! the entire gyntm, as did Mr. Jantinen,
r, DT tailing LrVdia r. rinitnam
duced In the ho-.lpe. The Fordncy
emrprncy tariff, vetoed by Wilnoit,
will ho rnllpd nn Vednpilrlv. This
bill would be effective In six months.
WASHINGTON. April 11. (U. i'.l
Several hundred bills were Introduced
n the hotiaa. Th emerKcncy tariff
bill was Introduced by Representative
Young of North Dakota. The bill car
ries protective rates on wheat, wool,
mfat nnd a yrirlllf nr;il nrnilncts. Ren.
resentative Oood of Iowa, chairman cf
the houne appropriations committee,
presented the budget bill, a reform
favored by the administration. Others
which were introduced, or are ready
for Introduction are:
The Immigration biH, In form vetoed
Soldier bonus bill, introduced by
ftf orpHrnlntix'p Pnrrinpv rhnlrmnn of
the house ways and means committee..
Consolidation of soldier relief agen
cies, recommended by the Dawes com
Army nnd Navy appropriation hills.
MISS LOU ALTA MELTON
IS ASSISTANT ENGINEER
OF U. S. PUBLIC ROADS
4U3S LOU ALTA MELTON
Mi."s Ixu Alta Melton is nRs'staiil
bridge engineer of the I'. R. Iicpart
ment of I'u'.ilic KoadH, and Is att:ich
p,i to the heud'iuarters office at Mis-
2 blessing of good constitution.
ii t ... i a i . i,.ni Ainnn? her nrnnrtost tn.
tmnmina inu uii u-rv wit j '. .' - .
in a tuition to jnve thir rhiidren the tunsiiunn i a nir mborHhlp curd in the
LAST WEEK OF THE
SALE OF "SELLERS KITCHEN CABINETS"
1 ' '
PUTS A -lM MSI
SELLERS M3 SaifRS
IN yOUR HDME B Q figi-l, ' i YOURHOME
To better acquaint every housewife in PcnCjelon with the ptV3150;
ers the Sellers Kitchen cabinet, we are holding a special factory demonstra-
, tion sale. . ' ' - ' - , ,
12 piece set Aluminum ware valued at $13.00 dur
ing factory demonstration only, which positively closes
April 16th. Delivered to your home f ree with your cah-
$5 S CRAWFORD FURNITURE C0. SF$5
103 E. Court St.
SEE OUR WINDOW OF THE MODEL, EFFICIENT KITCHEN.
, Amencun Association cf Englnters.