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DULY EAST OREGONUN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 17,1021.
WKDI'IMI IHHOLKMNIZKO (tho bride's father, W. H. Taylor. Ucv.
Of Interest lo Pendleton people was O. If, Holmes, of Walla Wnllu, offlciat
the marriage of Miss KIIMe rrtstlne I cd. graduation dress of white or-
l.Yuwland, of l"nlon, and John cVoit I gnnd) was worn by tho bride, who
tubman of Pendleton yesterday after- carried an arm bouquet of rosea. Mr.
noon at the Prosbyieitan manse with
Hev. ilcorge I,. Clark officiating.
The bride wore n blue tailleur, with
ioihhci. of pink oweet peas and rcs,
nntl her hat f silver sray. Mrs.
Thomas llobertaon tan mntrnn of
honor and Ijawreneo O'SiillHan was
best man. Only a few friends anil
relative" "ere present. Immediately
lifter the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs.
'oletuun li ft for Spokane for a short
wedding "trip, after which they will
tnako their home nl the Downey apart
ments, The bride who Is a girl of (treat
rlinrni. I the daughter of Mrs. A. M.
Vrosnland. Mr. Coleman is well known
In musical circles in Pendleton and has
won success on the stage as a Scotch
romedlan. Purina; the war, ho served
overseas as a member of the HStfl
Honoring the bride, Mrs. Thomas
llobertson was hostess yesterday at a
mil o'clock luncheon proceeding the
ceremony. A color scheme of yellow
was used and roses in this shade cen
tered the table at which covers were
laid for the honoree, Mr. Coleman,
Mi. Crosiland, Miss Bessie Robertson.
Miss Frances llobertson, and Mr. and
MISS TAYLOR WKD
Miss Lucille Taylty. of Athena, be
rame the bride of Phillip Allen Tcnny
on Saturday afternoon at the home of
U it ! f S t PSIAins MHO 1
Announcing the Arrival of
JERSEY SPORT JACKETS
"Of the Better Kind."
Many women have been awaiting this an
THE SHOP OF BETTER VALUES
1300 W. Alia
It seems to us that that single word means much, and for this
reason we take special pride In giving real service to our trade, and
below ou will Bee a lint uf Staple Household Goods below the reg
ular market price, plus genuine, good old fashioned service. Try
us. You will buy of us.
FOK TWO IMVK ONLY WE OFFICII YOf T1LLSK PURLS
Harehao Water Glauses (clear) set 30c
Tin Dippers, pint, good quality 20c
Tin Wash Pasttis Kiwi quality 20c
No. 1 galvanized Tubs, very good quality SI.00
No. 8 galvanized Tubs, very good quality l.0
No. 3, galvanized Tuba very good quality 91.5.?
U quart galvanized Water Pail Hoc
H foot Clothes Line, wire
it foot Clothes Line, ir IOc
I gallon oil Can 50o
gallon Oil Can $1.83
Uroolus tl.OO, 83 ::
One good holler Top iMssk $IS.OO
One good Flat Top Desk $12.00
Your$ for Service
Riley & Kemp
Quality Our Watchword Satisfaction Our Aim
and Club News
end Mrs. Yenny left Immediately after
the ceremony for a wedding trip to
Portland. . They will make their homo
oil the Yenny farm near Walla Walla.
RK-NION TO BE HKLD
The annual reunion of the family of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Itohblns, parents
of Mrs. X. J. Oillium, -well known
I'matilla county pioneer, will be held
at Molnlla river July SI, according ti
word received by Mrs. Gilliam. Mr.
and Mrs. Robbins crossed ti)e plains
by ox team In 1852. They are the
parents of four sons, all in their eigh
ties, and their daughter Mrs. Gilliam
who ia past sevemy nine.
D. OP II, TO MEET
The Degree of Honor will hold a
social session tomorrow afternoon at
tho I. O. O. F. hall. Mrs. Mary Magee
and her committee will lie hostesses
and officers and members of the de
gree staff will exemplify the work.
WILL, PI-AX FOR CONVENTION"
The Neighbors of Woodcraft, at a
meeting; this evening will make plans
for a trip to Condon June 6 and 7, to
attend the district convention.
LITTLE DAUGHTER NAMED
The littlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. A. Lonergan, born last Saturday
at St, Anthony's hospital, has been
named Jean Frances.
and we wouldn't be surprised
to see this shipment entirely exhaused in
one, day. Colors, black, brown, navy and
selection early !
& GRAIN CO.
MIS.- CHENEY WEDS.
Miss Ada Cheney, formerly of this
city, and Ueorgo M. Campbell, or
liakersfiold, California, were married
In that city on Saturday evening, ac.
cording to word received today by local
friends. The ceremony was perform
ed In the Christian Tabernacle with
Rev. Kifo officiating, tho ring service
being used .
Tho bride wore a lovely wedding
gown of white georgette over while
satin and the carried a shower bou
quet of roses and lillos-of-the-valley,
Miss Mae Campbell, sister of Mr.
Campbell, was bridesmaid and Henry
Voorhies was best man. The bridal
party entered the church to the strains
of Lohengrin's wedding march, played
by Mrs. Fife. During the ceremony,
the Flower Song and Mendelssohn's
wedding march was played.
Later a wedding supper was served
at the homo of the bride, covers be
ing laid for thirty guests. Mr. and
Mrs. Campbell are now at Yoseiuitc
park on a wedding tour and will ro-
turn later to make their homo in I'a
kersfield. The bride, who Is a charming girl,
spent her childhood In Pendleton, go
ing later to California where she at
tended school. Sbo has often visited
in rendleton. Mr. Campbell during
the war spent two years in France as
a member of a machine gun company
and rose to Ihe rank of lieutenant dur
ing his army service.
MISS JOHNSON WEDS.
Announcement of the man-la go of
Miss Harrictte Johnson, formerly of
this city, and Frederick l.awrcncc Lea
toe, of Portland, was received In Pen
The wedding occurred on Saturday
evening in Portland at tho home of
tho bride's aunt, Mrs, E. J. Burke,
with Bishop Walter Taylor Sumner of
ficiating. The bride chose for her
wedding gown a frock of bisque col
ored satin, the skirt of which was
trimmed with rows of tiny ruffles
Her hat w-aa of navy blue.
MU. Johnson,- who is the daughter
of H. F. Johnson, is a nieco of Ms.
J. F. Robinson of this city. She is a
girl of attractive personality and has
many friends in Pendleton. Mr. anil
Mrs. Lestoc will make their home in
SUPPORT IS LItGEI).
The club women of Oregon are be
ing urged to support three measures
in the special election in June. They
are the women's jury bill, the marri
age bill of which I. Owens Adair, rio.
ncer of Oregon is the author, and trie
veterans' state uid biy. The bills
were discussed in Pendleton durii.r;
the recent State Parent Teacher Asso
ciation convention held hcrj.
HEGEMAN CHAPTER TO MEET.
Hegcman Chapter of Wost.ninstei
uuua win meet on Saturday for an
all-day session at tho home of Mrs.
Bessie Reese of Helix. Tho hostess
will be assisted by Mrs. Edith O. Vno
ueusen and Miss Mabel Johnson.
i nose wno win make the 'Hp are
asked to meet at the home of ;Irs. tl.
Raymond, 311 Water street, on fiat-
urday at 10:30 a. m.
Wli.L, STl'DT ML'SIf
Mr. and Mrs. Kert A. McDonald and
Miss Pauline Rice, expect to leave
June 15 for Chicago where they will
spend two months of study at the Chi
cago Musical College. Mrs. McDonald
and Miss Rice will study piano and
Mr. McDonald violin. They expect to
return to Pendleton by way of Canada
and will be absent from this city for
about three months.
MRS. IIANNA DEPARTS.
Mrs. Affic P. Hanna left today for
Yakima. Washington where she vill
attend a meeting of the P.thinn .Sis
ters. Mrs. Hanna formerly resided In
Yakima and Is a Tast Grain. Chief of
RETt'R.V FROM PORTLAND
Mrs. Max (iorfkle has returned to
Pendleton after a visit of several
weeks with relatives and friends In
BIBLE CIRCLE TO MEET
The Indies Bible Heading Circle will
meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
in Parish Hall.
MRS CARTER RETt RNS
Mrs. Charles H. Carter returned yes
terday after a week's stay In Seattle.
IS SWEPT BY FIRE
STELUA. Wash., May 17. Damage
today is estimated at over $100,(10') in
a fire which almost wiped out the
town yesterday evening. 60 are homo
less. r The hotel, warehouse, lumber
yards, five residences and a block of
dockage along the Columbia are in
ruins. Railroad tics, gasoline drums,
automobiles and freight awaiting ship
ment on the docks were dumped into
the river when it was seen the water
front was doomed. Steamers aided In
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit
No-To-Uac has helped thousands to
break the costly, nerve-shuttertug to
bacco habit. Whenever you have a
longing for a smoke or chew. Just
place a harmless No-To-Pac tablet In
your mouth Instead. All desire stops.
Shortly the habit Is completely broken,
and you are better off mentally, phy
sically, financially. It's so easy, so
simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac and
If It doesn't release you from all crav
ing for tobacco In any form, your
druggist will refund your money with
Try a loaf of this fine bread, watch your health '
improve with its use.
Country Butter, 2 pounds, full weight 60c
Extra pood Tomatoes, tin .-. 15c
Extra Good Corn, tin ISc
Extra Good Peas, tin 20c
Rrown or White Soap, 18 bars $1.00
Best Washing Powder, large package 25c
Bulk Coffee, pound : 25c
Bulk Cocoanur, pound 50c
Stanfield Cheese, pound ....45c
Quaker Corn Flakes, 2 packages 25c
Apples, fine quality, box $2.50 and $3.25
We watch the market and lower our price
with it.- All prices here are regular prices.
Attend the Merchants 'and Manufacturers' Fair
Happy Canyon, May 2Gth and 27th. Visit our
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
BILL SLASHES 50 PER
WASHINGTON, May 17. (U. P.)
A deficiency appropriation bill, slash
Ing 'more than 50 per cent fr-;m the
departmental estimates, has been re
ported by the house appropriations
committee. Tno Pill carries $11
600,000 less than the departments es
timates. SAN FRANCISCO, May IT. (P. P.)
A demand that Chinese be admitted
to the Hawaiian Islands as plantation
workers to compete with the Japanese
will be made by the Hawaiian commis
sion which arrived today enroute to
Washington. Members of the commis
sion Intend to lay before President
Harding and other Washington offi
cials, their story of the Japanese sit
uation in the islands. If they strike,
as they did a year ago, tho Islands are
virtually brought fare to face with
starvation. Territorial Senators J. H.
Wise. Harold Wright, Charles Wright
and Judge F. Hatch, form the com
mission. TOURS, France, May 17. (A. P.)
Lieutenant-Colonel C. C. Pierce, U.
S. A., retired, head of tho American
wart memorial commission, died of
pneumpnia brought on by influenza
yesterday. He had been in a state of
collapse through grief over the death
of his wife.
Col. Pierce returned to military ser
vice shortly after the L'nited States
entered the war as an inspector of sup
plies, and saw service in France where
he was awarded the distinguished ser
vice cross and the Cross of the French
legion. He had been a chaplain in
the regular army In Cuba, the Philip
pines and at many army posts. While
in the Philippines he was elected Irish
op of the Islands but declined.
WASHINGTON. May 17. Ralph E.
Williams, republican national commit
teeman for Oregon, and Mrs. Williams.
took luncheon with President and Mrs.
Harding at tho White House yester
day. .Mrs. Williams was a guest of
Mrs. Harding ut a circus box parly In
Other members of the party were
Mrs. Marry New, wife of the Indiana
pntuor, and Mrs. Harlan, social sec
retary to Mrs. Harding.
CHIEF ,11 ."STICK WHITK ILL.
WASHINGTON. May 17. (A. P.I
An operation described as of minor
nature was performed on Chief Justice
White yesterday. Physicians and as
sociates who visited him said bis con
dition was excellent and predicted he
would be out in a few days.
Armistice Car Goes to Museum
L t '. ?1N."' ""O iirijuiwow
T "1 i i t ri -'v h tm -I m
1 hi) 3 u yiil
It' Just an ordinary French dining car, but It has become famous
enough to b placed In the Invalldci museum at TatU. It wm hu latf
th allies and German ilgned the armisticaj
The right tea to
drink is the kind
you like best.
Your grocer has
there's a flavor
that urill please
(From the East Orcgonlan, May 17,
The wooden awning so long a fea
ture of the Vlllard Hotel is being torn
down and will be replaced by one of
Mrs. Annie Perhaiu of Weston, Is
vii-iliiiK here with her sister, Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Sturgis arc ex
pected to return today from Chicago
where they attended the exposition.
Stawlicrrics at Milton will bring a
good price this year. Mr. Itraden has
contracted his crop at 6 1-2 cents a
'HOT' STORAGE TO
REPLACE 'COLD' MAY
BE REALIZED SOON
MOIIC.WTOWN, W. Va., May 17.
(A. P.) "Hot" storage as opposed lo
"cold" storage for many things affect
ed by lilsrcls, but not by beat, may be
realized soon If the experiments of
Professor 1.. M. Pcalrs, of the depart
ment of entomology of the I'nivcrslty
of West Virginia, prove entirely satis
factory. Professor Pcalrs has met
with a great degree of success in
showing the practivlllly of hot storage
for such articles as carpets, Huthlng.
particularly woolens and furs, as well
as cereulx, drleu products and other
materials unaffected by dry heat. e
Professor Pcalrs has used grain and
curpet beetles and other Insects of a
similar nature In demonstrating that
they do not develop at a constant tem
perature of 100 degrees Farenheit.
and in some cases at 95 degrees. Even
such forms of insect life as could en
dure higher temperatures could not
survive a constant temperature of
from 95 to Kin degrees he said. Thus,
be has concluded that hot storuge
with a uniform and constant tempera
ture of loo degrees would prove more
effective than cold storage In many
ON ALL FRENCH AND PYIIALIN
Make your selection
DETROIT, May 17. UJ. P.)
.Standing calmly over the body of a
child she is accused of kidnapping and
murdering, Mrs. Evelyn Lenin ; do
nlod" she had anything to do with tho
case. Mrs. Lenin, known as "Madame
Le Grande," was arrested when play
mates of six year old Max Ernest Iden
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
Step Inside for a
Nice Ice-Cold Drink
We are demonstrating the porcelain-lined water
cooler in the famous Automatic Refrigerator.
This cooler lies right next to the ice, between the
food and ice compartments. Requires no extra
space or ice. Your ice does double duty, cooling your
water and refrigerating your foods. Can be used
with or without water bottle.
Have you seen the food-saving, ice-saving, health
saving Automatic? It's a wonderful refrigerator.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 E. COUIIT ST.
Take advantage of our
expert corsetiere serv
ice and the superior,
lines which we present.
Women who wear Rcg-;
alisto or La Camile Cor
sets make no complaint
of discomfort. And for
the women who demand
that smartness of lines,
so essential to correct'
gowning, these makes ',
meet her every desire.
If you have experienced
difficulty in the past,
you are especially invit
ed to ava.il yourself of
the free service we of
A new stock of cor
sets just arrived, and at
the new low price level.
It costs no more to have
to May 21st.
for Graduation gifts.
tified her as tho woman who stole the
child while he was playing In th
street. The boy's body was found In a
ditch In tho city's outskirts last night
after a search of five days.
For Expectant Mothers
Dseo By Three Geiemtums
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