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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
THURSDAY EVENING, APRIL II, 1921.
Social and Club News
The Baseball Sea
s6n. . 1921. , is now
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PAHTY MITCH KXJOYKn. iwn-saiis two itiiots, "When Yon ami J at hrr home, 513 Ulleth Ktreet. The
'id mhnoi luti in Unn comity! I WVre Ynmiit, M.t:K." siiU "Silver lftci noon, was HOeat ill sewlnn
were recalled -entrril:iy bv .Mix. (1-1 'i n:va.t. Aiii.hik the ti.il.l." with -Miss I conversation and durinir tlio Inter
ham Plakely on,' if the (. (oncer rei- i 1 ".( nlin- Hi e ul !l.c piano.
dents of IViidli ton, mill Mrs. I .on I Ceil n nations ami ferns were
chHrmitiRly uscil as a decoration.
Purine; the m-rvlns f refreshments,
Mrs. John llailey ami Mrs. Shelley
ireidcd ut the coffee inns and the
hostet-s cie ass.sted in serving hy
Mrs. S. 1!. Thonnison nnd Mrs. Klmer
hf llcy. formerly uf thin city, now of
Heach, Oil fonilu. at a party for
which Mrs. Hlakely ami Mrs. McCorm
mach were In'Stcsses al the Hiakcly
Joaquin Miller the famous of
the SifTTHs," was a schoolmate of Airs.
Hlakely and of Mrs. Khcllcy, and am
our the reminiscences of the two la
dles were stories of the youthful ex
ploits of Miller, who played truant
from school, returning' later t write
poems on the hlnckliard. Kecitations
of yesrs ago were Riven, nnd Mrs,
Umise Ijtmpktn and Mrs, Winn .Tohn-
McCormmach. The honor kucsi was
presented with a large bouquet of car
nations and a lovely corsane. She is
a Knest of Mrs. 0. S. W heeler during
her v.sit in Pendleton.
MHS.. . KSTKI HOSTF.KS.
Mrs. Flo d Kstcp was hostess for a
charminirly informal party yesterday
Chaplin to Marry Again?.,
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This is May Collins, movie actress, who is reported to b
ta wed Charlie Chaplia Unset) Way refers inquirers to Chrii
nd Charlie tell "em Jit dcean i care to discuss the subjoct i '
T H K SHOP OF B E T T K R VAtl'ES
iioiirn refreshments were served from
a table centered by wild plum blos
soms, which with Japanese iris and
tulips formed a pretty decoration for
the rooms, Mrs. Charles Busby as
sisted the hostess.
The guest list included Mrs, C. A.
Crabtree. Mary Crabtree, Mrs. F. W.
Haskell, l.uella Haskell, Mrs. F. S.
Krwln, Marjorie Erwln, Bobby Ei wir,.
Hobby Krwln, Mrs. Frank Whetstone.
Mrs. Charles H. Hamilton and Mrs.
IHRTHDAY PAtlTY OIVKN'
In honor of the eleventh birthday
anniversary of her son, Earle Floathe,
Mrs. Thomas Floathe entertained with
a party yesterday afternoon at the
Kloath home, 611 Walnut street.
Uuests for the afternoon were Earl
Floathe, Edward Ileimann, Ralph
Moody, Herbert Kemp. Ethel Sulste,
Nellie Kemp. Fleta Wright, Marlon
Floathe, Matilda Buchi and Adeline
OIRLS TO MEET
The Girls Friendly Society will meet
tomorrow at 4:15 P. M. at the Episco
pal Rectory, 719 Johnson Street. All
girls from 10 to 15 years of age are
eligible to attend and bring needle,
thimble and white thread. On Satur
day April' 15 the division of this Girls
Friendly Society ages 5 to 10 years
will meet at Parish Hall at 3 o'clock
P. M. All little girls are expected to
attend and bring needle and thimble.
CLt'B MEMBERS TO DANCE
The Jewell Club members will en
Joy a dance April 27, the lost of the
season's affairs given by the club. At
the dance last night, the tenth in the
series, the men in the club decided to
entertain for the ladies at the ftiture
date. The committee in charge con
sists of Roger Kay, Alger Fee, Dr. U
D. Idleman. Lester Cronin, Dave John
son and Kenneth McRae.
PARTY IS TOMORROW.
l-f interest in the social calendar is
the benefit card party tomorrow aft
ernoon at the county library club
rooms, when members of the Delphian
Club will be hostesses. They have
asked guests to spend an afternoon at
cards, the proceeds to be used toward
defraying the expenses of the State
Federation of Women's Clubs, which
will meet here in annual convention
May 31, June 1. 2 and 3.
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ball a-rollin! A -ZZZl
Romanza Bath Soap, large bar 10c
Genuine Glycerine, 3 large bars : !.25c
Milady Toilet Soap, 12 bars 60c
Butter Milk Soap, 12 bars '. ...60c
Witch Hazel Toilet Soup, 12 bars 60c
White Landry Soap, 18 bars $1.00
Sapone Carrara Soap, fine Castile, bar 15c
Imported Castile Soap, pound 35c
Life Buoy Soap, 2 bars 25c
Gold Dust, 20 Packages '. '. $1.00
Washing Powder, one of the best, package ......25c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
Charming Silk Frocks
PORTLAND, April 14. (C. P
John Kruno, found guilty of second
degree murder In the "fried egg" case,
was sentenced to life imprisonment in
the circuit court, ltruno, chief cook
on the steamer Montague, killed his
assistant, Harry I'awluk, after a bit
ter feeling which developed over whe
ther or not to serve eggs at the offi
cers' mess. .
You can hardtv mlb
the wonderful Inv
provemcnt to vourtkin
and complexion your
mirror will rrwul tn vm,
Uum (or the first timt
Smi I St. tor Trlml Stm
FERft T. HOPKINS SON
in navy, brown, golf
green, scarlet, sand,
havana, Copen, ets. ,
SPORT SUITS IN JERSEY
AT S23.00 TO $33.00.
DEDICATION MAY 7.
Alumni and friends of the Univer
sity of Oregon will be interested to
learn that May 1 has been named as
the date for the formal dedication of
the Woman's building. Local people
have contributed generously to the
fund for the building and several
benefits have been given, the most re
cent being the Current Literature Club
play, "Jhe Futuristss," which netted
400 for the building.
WILL, HEAR PIANIST
Mr. and Mrs. Bert A. McDonald will
motor to Walla Walla today to attend
the Godowsky concert in that city this
evening. Mrs. McDonald has at dif
ferent times, both in Portland and
Seattle studied under the celebrated
The doors of Bryn Mawr College
will be thrown open this summer to
admit seventy poor girls and women
industrial workers deslrlous of the
"higher education." Kverything pro
vided for the comfort and convenience
of the regular "winter term students
will be at the disposal of the scholar
IIARVIvSTKIt CO. CU T MUCKS
CHICAGO, April H. (U. P.) The
first effect of the slash in steel prices
was felt when a straight ten percent
cut in prices of all farm machinery,
made partly of steel was announced by
the International Harvester company.
MRS. GILLANDERS RETURNS
Mrs. Karl Gillanders returned last
evening from Portland after a week's
visit at the home of her cousins, Dr.
and Mrs. O. D. Thornton.
MOTOR TO PORTLAND.
Ir. and Mrs. M. S. Kern left th's
morning in their machine for Port
land. They will remain for a week's
JOLLY NINE TO MEET
The Jolly Nine will meet this even
ing at the home of Mrs. August
Noreen, 615 Ann street.
OVER TAYLOR HARD W A It K CO,
In the future when citizens of Pen
dleton submit to the city council a
petition seeking to have sewer exten
sions made for the convenience of
property owners, they will be. ohligea
to make connection with the sewer an
soon as the extension is made. A rul
ing to this effect was made last night
when attention was called by Council
man Friedly to the fact that a recent
extension on Ash street, sought by
property owners, was not being utilized
to the extent indicated when the peti
tion was made.
A like petition from a few residents
on Sycamore street was refused after
the discussion which disclosed the state
of affairs. Supt. F. B. Hayes sug
gested that such connections should be
made by property owners at the time
the sewer is laid, which effects a sav
ing to both the municipality and the
private individual. The decision to
make connection obligatory was form
ed when the provisions of an old ordln.
ance were found to be to this effect.
I rg City Planning
The intitiation of a Plan of prepar
ing for beautifying the city of Pentlle
ton waa suggested by Mayor Hartman
in an informal statement made to the
city council. This plan would call for
very little work at present, the mayor
explained, but he declared that Pendle.
ton should begin giving the matter er.
lous consideration now before the city
covers any more ground.
. "Might nojv Portland with Its quar.
:r of a million population Is planning
to spend several millions of dollars for
widening Its streets and for other
civic work." Mr. Hartman said "witH
I the new projects that arc already assur
,ed. and other Dig improvements that
are well on the yay toward realization,
,1 believe that the next ten year will
'see a big growth of Pendleton and
I wide Increase In the scope of Its busl.
ness. Influence and activity.
"And it strikes me that there will
never be a better time than the present
to start such work. I think we should
establish an intelligent plan, have a
landscape architect to investigate the
Cord of Thanks
We wish to thank our ninny friends
for the beautiful floral offerings and
their kindness rendered us during the
illnera and death of our beloved James
MRS. J. M. FERGU80N
MRS. LAURA LIEUALLEN
Card of Thanks
We wish to express our thanks for
the kindness shown by our friends
during the illness and death of our be.
loved wife, mother and sister, and for
the many floral offerings. Also to
thank the O. W. R. & N, employes and
boys of the night shift.
JOHN F. ARKELL ,
. miis. d. Mcdonald
EARL o. RALTMARSH.
"Tiger" Welcomed Home
WASHINGTON, April 14. (U. P.)
Bootleggers made profits totaling
nearly a billion dollars last year, esti
mated on the basis of the Internal rev
enue bureau reports showing approxi
mately 30,000,000 gallons of llquol
withdrawn from bonded warehouses
in a year. Between two and five hun
dred million dollars should be paid the
government in excess profits and In
BABY TALC POWDERS
SPECIALLY PREPARED FOODS
in fact ever) tiling and anything needed
for the nursery will be found in w ide
liOKOfi'S DRUG STORE
SEATTLE, April 14 (U. P.)
Charges of gross mismanagement on
the part of the shipping board are con
tained in a petition for the receiver
ship from the Sloan shipyards, Ana
cortes shipbuilding company and the
Capital City Iron works, filed in the
federal court. The shipping board
seized the plants during the war.
Mn UccxHvo Sentence.
f-LYMI'lA, April 14. (A. P.) The
supreme court today upheld the con
viction of the seven alleged I. W. W.
members who were convicted of sec
ond degree murder in connection with
the Centralla armistice day killinvs.
They refused to grant a new trial. The
men will be transferred from the Mon
teiiano county Jail to the state prison
to begin their sentences of from 25 to
4 1 years.
GOI D IIT-I.D IX FEDERAL COURT.
SEATTLE. April 14. lT. P.) Sev
eral pounds of gold dust and nugeets
are In the federal court ('ligation. The
metal represnted pnrt of the contents
of the Ill-fated Pricess Sophia's safe,
ra sed by a diver lait summer. The
Sophia sank in Alaskan waters two
years auo. The testimony Is being
taken In court to determine the am
ount of expenses to be charged against
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lix-Premier Clemenceau, "The Tiger" of France, receired
joyous welcome home when he returned to Paris from a 4lx mouths'
banting trip in India. He Is Indicated b; arrow.
pa was reading about
1 a fellow with a million
dollars and no appetite.
ats because he never tried.
- (Best Corn Flakes Made)
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. 1 v '
possibilities of the city and submit a
survey which will Include propositions
for the future beautifying of the city
in the matter of parks and streets.
If we do it now before the city gets
any larger, " our problem will be a lot
simpler, and the city may be saved a
great deal of expense In the future."
H. J. Warner, city attorney, suggest
ed that the state legislature in 11
passed legislation that enables muniel.
pal I ties to appoint commission tu take
care of this phase of the city's activi
ties. No definite action was taken, but
the matter was left with the council
members for consideration.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOn SALE Both alfalfa and wheat
hay. Inquire Grltman Brothers.
FOR SALE: Reo tourlrig car, A-l con
dition cheap If taken at once In
quire 519 Rlalne St. '
FOR RENT 100 aeres of well fenced
pasture land on McKay creek, good
grass and plenty of water.-Inaulre
FOR BALE Bulck six, good mechanl
. cat condition, 4 good cord tires-re
looks like new. We will lake your car
In trade and give terms on balance.
Ford delivery, good condition, al
bargain If sold at once-r-'nne ff d
sired.1 N. I. McLean Attto Co., H
Garden, Phone 222.;
WHAT HAVE YOU to offer In ex
change for the following. Will ex
change for good residence, buslnesa
Income property or stock mdse. I0J
acres, II miles B. W. of Bpokane, 21
acres In wheat. ' 240 acres, 4 mliea N
W. of Enterprise, Ore., ISO acres In
crop. Oood lot In Walla Walla foe
automobile. Cll at ' 101 K. Alia,
Phone 67. Ask for Bradley!
Every mother and housewife in Pendleton, whw .
prides herself in, her cooking; and in the preparation
of the family meals, knows that there is nothing to
appetizing as a serving of real good bread. It is the
one thing that rounds up a good meal to a successful
completion., , . .
Butter Krust Bread is the top in quality, made
from milk and baked under the most sanitary condi
tions. It is the most wholesome food of the day'k
menu.' ' ' '-
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188 739 Msua Stroll
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS
CHAS. D. DESPA1N & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
. ' Proprietors ., ;.
ONLY 2 MORE DAYS OF THE
BIG FACTORY DEMONSTRATION
. . 8AI.R OF "SKLIiKns KITCHEN tABlNEW .
in vaiid un
ABSOLUTELY FREE C V
12 piece set Aluminum ware valued at $13.00-
during factory demonstration only which pos-:
itively closes April 16th. Delivered to your;
home free with your cabinet. ;,
Crawford Furniture Co.
the safe's contests. " '
103 E. COURT 6T.
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