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DAII.7 EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, APRIL" 13, 1021.
Social and Club News
KCAPINtl t'llii'l.R TO MEET
Tli.- l.iili'K IM'le Heading Circle will
n.ci.i this ev. nine nt 7 o'clock III Parish
Hall of tin- Church u: the Redeemer.
Tins circle Is rending the Kllile simply
wilh a lew in KinnvuiK ine comenis
PARTY IS r.VJOVEP.
lluesls Mifflclent to make nil eUht
In bio of bridge t-njkiyed n pany yei--tMdny
afternoon fr liicli .Mm. Rob
ert ftimpoon and Mm. ;. V. livers
were bOHlt-mws ill the home of Mrs.
Hyetn. French marigolds unit Mm-! ol Ihe ureal text book of Ihe Christian
forget-me-nots wore a rharmin dec-1 religion, upon which la founded much
nration for the ntiincilve romn j of the liie rat tire, mimic mid art of the
Mrs. 11. M. Huntley and Mr. I. A l.-iros. II Is undenominational ami docs
McCHntock won the huh score uo- l ot discuss matters ot theology so thai
l.hles. Refreshments were erve.l by j nil ladies are eligible to attend !;
the hostesses during the later hours of j weekly meetings,
the afternoon. i
luK.W E i-m;; Pi'itTi-vxn.
SfH'IAT, TO HI". !IVEN". ! .Mrs Ralph Temple and .Miss Claud
The Catholit. Uidies Huild will en-1 Ine McM.mics left last night for
tertaln Thursday evening with a card j Purl land to visit friends.
Ms-lal at the KniKhta of Columbus
Hull. HoMessea for the evening w.ll j nAIV.HTK.15 IS P.ORX
be Mr. R. K. Marvin, Mra. Kd Stan-1 Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harrison, of 316
berry. Mra. William Iwnu and Mrs.! Aura street are the pnrems of a foul
T. F. O'Prlen. I pound daughter horn yesterday.
t ii i: s ii o v o r ii i:t t i: n v a i i' i". s
New Silk Frocks
FOR ALL OCCASIONS.
HI RTHDAy CKI.KH HATED
In celebration of the twelfth birth
day of Irene Sw'anson, twelve little
Kills called at her home Monday after
noon as a surprise. Games were
Played and later refreshments were
served at a dainty talile centered by
spring flowers. Uiiests were Dorothy
Rosa, Mildred Harvey, Katherlne El
liott, Elisabeth Simpson, lleryl Hurrah.
Hilma Hasniiissen. Ijuira Hasmuasen.
Blanche Hasmussen, Francis Isaac,
Edith Nash and Elizabeth Ashbitll.
nrsv riEES meet
The busy Hees met yesterday nt the
home of Mrs. 8am Wright. Roses and
ipple blossoms were used as a deco
ration. The afternoon was spent ' in
needlework and in the presentation ot
a program. In a guessing contest.
Mrs. P.' W. Dayton and Mrs. Emily
Donert won the prises. Refreshments
were served by the hostess.
CARD PARTY FRIDAY.
Members of the Delphian Cliib have
issued Invitations for a heneflt card
Party to be given In the. library club
room Friday afternoon at ! o'clock.
The proceeds will be used toward de-
iraying ine expenses or the State Fed
eration of Women's Clubs convention lfe;
which will meet here May 31, June 1,
'.' and 3.
M ISS WRIiTHT COM PLIMEXTED
M ss Caroline Wright, of Albany,
who is in Pendleton us the giest ot
her sister. Mrs. Fred Donert, was com
plimented today when Mrs. Donert
asked a few friends to meet her sister
at the Donert home on Jane street.
The hours were spent In needlework
and refreshments were served by the
Twenty boy friends of Waldon fly
ers and John Simpson were entertain
ed last evenlnsr at an informal nar'.v
at the Byers home for which Mrs. C. the peremptory challenges allowed H
W. Pyers and Mrs. Robert Simpson and ihe defense still had a margin oi
wen hostesses. The boys spent the two challenges on which to proceed,
evening in playing pool and later re-U was expected that the Jury for the
frefchments were served. irlal of the case would be secured
I shortly after the beginning of the aft-
. ARTY TO RE ttlVEN erm.on session
For the first in a series of bridge Tiie criminal action against Kerley
! . 'in.es. Mrs. Lee Moorhouse Mrs. followed as the aiterniain to ine aw-
Special Price This Week on Country Butter,
While it Lasts, 2 Pound Roll 70c.
Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen 25c
Home Grown Asparague, pound 30c
Salted Peanuts, 3 pounds 50c
Yellow Newton Apples, box ......... . $3.00
Winesap Apples, $2.50 and $3.23
Bulk Coffee, pound .................... 23c
Gray Bros. Blend Coffee, 3 pounds. r. . . $1.25
Water Sets, Aluminum . Ware, Percolators,
Cups and Saucers at reduced prices.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Bert
T Hp . IIKAI.TH IS A WOMAN'S
H GREATEST ASSET
I HvJ Contrast the cheerful happy woman
jp.'w"h ne"l p1''. the glow of henlth on
AMI ClID IlDI tV PnvL !hcr cneek"- ,he step and bubbl-
III NIK mill I I llMiM ln enthusiasm a.i she goes about her
. lilt I uu iiuiuui umul. ,.aly tU8k8 wllh tne wnman who HUf.
" twn from biickucho, headaches, drag-
A special venire of three men had 8lng-down pains, nervousnesa and dea
to be called this morning after the """dency. Such condition, are un
regular venire had been exhausied n ' ",'telly caused by woman's allmenta
the effort thai Ih being made to secure
a Jury ,to try the case In which Joe
Kerley Is facing charges of embezzle
ment. At noon recesa of court today
Ihe state had exhausted all but one of
Afternoon and street frocks of Tafffeta, Canton Cr
Minuette, etc. From $19.50, $22.50 and up.
OVER TAYLOR HARD W A K E CO,
Birrer and Better Than Ever
REX ALL lc SALE
April 21, 22, 23.
Horace E. fMckers, Mrs. Adolph L.
Schaefer, Mrs. Joseph T. Richardson,
and Mrs. Minnie E. Stillman will be
poetesses on Wednesday at the home
of Mrs Moorhouse, 400 Water street.
W1I.I, APPEAR AT RECITAL.
Miss Parbara Ed mil ml a. pupil of
Mrs. Charles Heard and Misa Wilma
Wade, pupil of Mrs. S. H. Forshaw,
will appear in recital on Monday
evening at the Presbyterian church
The recital will begin at 8:15 p. m.
SYMPHON Y IN WAU.A WALLA
The New York Philharmonic Or
chestra will be in Walla Walla April
29 for a concert under the auspices of
Miss Malen Burnett and Mrs.. Van De
Water. The orchestra is the oldest
and largest in the United States.
covery of certain alleged irregularltlea
In his business which was made last
autumn. He waa in the loan and In
surance business and also acted as a
buying agent in the grain business.
The extent of hla alleged shortage
on which the present action ia being
tried ia Raid to amount to approxi
mately $6,500. A great deal of Inter
et,t haa been shown In his caae. A
larger crowd than usual was present
in the court room today to hear the
It is thought probable that It will
require all day Thursday and possibly
Friday to secure all of the testimony
in the case. Many witnesses will be
examined. The state'a case la in the
TO ENTERTAIN GUESTS
The Ladies of the Macahees will en
tertain the ladies of the Echo Review
next Tuesday afternoon. A large class
will be given the second degree and
dinner will be served in the evening.
HOSTESSES FOR CLUB.
Mrs. Penjjamin 8. 1'urroughs and
Mrs. C. C. Wliiteman will be hostesses
tomorrow afternoon for a meeting of
the Thursday Afternoon Club in
club rooms of the county library.
which -will yield to Lydla E. Plnkham'a
Vegetable Compound, which for many,
many years has been restoring weak,
ailing women to health and strength.
Every woman who suffers In th'a way
owes It to herself to at least give It a
Charming Silk Frocks
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 13. (A
r. i n... . .
r.i in appearance recently or a
number of Turkish women on the
stage haa resulted In an order by the
.neikh-ul-Islam, the religious chief,
to the police to forbid women of the
Moslem faith from ' appealing on the
WIRFJiESS KKFXTION POSTPONE
STOCKHOLM. April 13. (A. P.)
The building by the Swedish govern
ment of the contemplated high power
wireless station In Sweden for wide.
hands of District Attorney R. I. Kea-1 ie communication with America haa
tor and Deputy C. 'A. Randall. The
defendant la represented, by Peteraon,
Illshop and Clark.
TOWN FAVORS RECALL
OF STATE PUBLIC
MRS. GRADY RETURNS
Mrs. H. C. Grady returned yesterday
from La Grande after spending a
j.hort time visiting friends. She for
merly resided in La Grande.
MRS. STILLWELL RETURNS
Mrs. Trank Stillwell, who has been
visiting here for the past few days
has returned to her home in La
SriLWAUKIE. Ore.. April 13.
U. P.) The town hus declar
ed war against the telephone
company atxl the public service
commission. At a mass meeting
the citizens approved a resolu
tion to Ignore the recent Increase
in telephone rates and pay only
the old amount. The meeting
also went on record as favoring
a recall of the state Public Ser
vice Commissioner Fred Williams.
been postponed owing to the general
Bring us your veal and poultry.
Highest market price paid.
Oil Boy! Hot biscuits and honey.
35c PER CAKE
2 FOR 05c
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 1SS 739 Main Street
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CUAS. D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
Fortify the system against Grip
and Influenza by taking
which destroy germs, act as a
tonic laxative, and keep the
system in condition to throw off
attacks of Colds, Grip and In
fluenza. Be sure you get
SEATTLE, April 13. (U. P.)
John ("Mjsterlous") Barrett; a Cana
dian, was acquitted of booze running
charges by the federal " court Jury.
Barrett Is the alleged owner of a car
go of whiskey brought to Seattle by
the Canadian launch Canada H seiz
ed by the American coast guard. Bar
rett faces another federal liquor
EUGENE LAD IS SENT
TO STATE REFORMATt
April 13. (A. P.) Th
master tailors and milliners of Vienna
are naving difficulty trvlnir to main.
lain me Independence of Parts models
and styles in women's attire which
they established In war time. While
ine war was In progress they declareo
an act of emancipation from the rule
or mo Hue de Palx and conduct.
a vigorous campaign all over the then
enemy and neutral slates to make Vie
nna, intend of Parts, the arbiter n.
Now the tailors and milliner, rh.r..
thir own members with treason In
yielding to feminine demand and
bringing model costumes from Paris.
The tailors and milliners complain
also of the competition tn their trades
which comes from the wives or wid
ows of former Australn army officers
of Influential social standing who hav.
taken to millinery or to the resign-1
Ing of costumes for the newly rlchl
as a means of livelihood. One of these I
-w compeutors Is the wife of an Aua
traln general and many of them have
nieir snops in their own nalaces m
The master tailors nre trying to have
the labor laws amended so that no
one may do such huainoiu ain,.,,,
mving served an apprenticeship
two and one-half years.
Women who seek the individual style in after
noon and street frocks will be delighted with our new
arrivals for Spring. These dresses are shown in
styles for women who want the unusual. A maxi
mum of service and satisfaction is assured in return
for your money. - -
KISIIKILMEN GO XOHTU
SEATTLE, April IS. (IT. P.)
Fishermen at all the coast porta agree.
Ing tn a drastlo wage reduction of the
Northwest Fisheries companys cannery
hhlp, sailed for the north. . The scale
conditionally accepted by the fisher
men means a cut of approximately' 21
percent less than last season. '
Blood Is the Sap of Life;
Keep It Pure
You grow by good blood as a tree
growi by sap. - Rich blood, robust
man. Good sap, sturdy tree. Keep
the blood healthy and wholesome;
poor, impoverished blood
cannot nourish the body
or remove the waste as
When your blood ia
impure, itching, flaming
skin eruptions often
break out, and your body
gets run down and weak easy prey
for disease. To be safe, keep the
circulation wholesome. '
For this S the famous vege
table blood remedy your
druggist keeps, is excell
ent. Start enriching
your blood with S J5 J3. to
day, and write about your
condition to Chief Medi
cal Advisor, 838 Swift
Laboratory, Atlanta, Ca.
Walla Walla Pendleton
Auto Freight Service
ROUND TRIPS DAILY
Leaves Pendleton 1 p. m,
Pendleton Plume 12S-W. .
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
IIF.THER through . use
your eyes have become
so weakened or otherwise Inef
ficient that they are calling for.
help to attempt to wear glasses
that have not been prescribed
for you by a competent Opto-:
metrlst are unsafe.
Glasses made here at a rea
sonable cost will remedy your
The genuine bears this signature
Or any part of the electric
system on your car overhauled
and repaired. Satisfaction guar
anteed. HAflRT H. GRAHAM.
Wlllard Service station,
Phone i4. LKTS GO!
CHEHAI.I8. April 13. (I P.)
Robert Campbell of Eugene, Oregon
was sentenced to from 3 to 6 years
in the state reformatory, after he had
plead guilty to an attempted robbery
of the State Hank of Napavine on
DAVID F. MORRISON, .
MAN IS LAID TO REST!
POKTLAND, April 13. Final hon
ors were paid David F. Morrison, ve-
eran newspaper man and special
writer for the Portland Telegram, by
fellow craftsmen Monday afternoon
in the funeral services held under the
uusplcea of Port'abd lodge of Klks ut
the Kiks temple Friends connected
with the various newspapers acted as
palllK'arers. Thy were: David W.
4lHu7.cn. Arthur Crookham, Kalph w.
iWutson, J. I,. Wallln, Horace ii.
Thomas, Paul II. Kelty, Fred L. Hoalt.
land W. C. Tunks. Interment was fn
i' Klverview cemetery.
Morrison, who had been on the rtiff
of the Telegram for several years, wu
in the Orient at the time of his death.
I making a tour for his paper. Ho died
at Shanghai March 2 from pneumo
nia. j lie is mirvlved by his wife, Mrs.
I Virginia Morrison, one daughter, Vir
ginia of Portland: his mother. Mrs.
O. I- Itui-scH, and three sisters f
Andovcr, Mas. . . 1
I Mill II l '
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"cn""" an apprenticeship of I " I .1 W fufj- Vj !
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Jk I H 'll I Pi 1 T ' KAMI OK "SKIXKHS KITC'HICN CABI.MTTS" -
C .'i IsVj miTft i
I chips !j vyi rpftl)
Lr4 motKOompemMOQmm iXt I I LJ ls
Kl "7. "T i. UWi
12 piece set Aluminum ware valued at $13.00 during
factory demonstration only, which positively closes April ,
16th. Delivered to your home free with your cabinet "
Crawford Furniture Co.
103 E. COURT ST.