p ' '"r fACE SIX DAILY EAST OttSGONIAN, PHNDLETON, OREGON, r-mmv 7rr.'jja.'-i3ar -rr .--srsejs -l ,. ' " " jjl Social and Club News WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 18. 1021". MANV VISIT HINtillAM Among the wrp of pooole who vUltfd IlifiKham Kpt-inR" nn Sunday In Mlend the K.axlcrn oreiton Auto Awo rial Urn nh-nlc were the following from t'ninlllla county: Joe pohl, Mildred Hnsor, Kmil Zrrl, U Thorpe. S. ttlnnrhct. It. rurdy. K. W. Ktwle, ITuf. t. . Hardy. Mr. Ilcnnelt. MIbh IWnke, Miw Williams. Mow Chandler, Kdna Plnkcrton, Hilda Klrkrnw.li. Mildred Wlnship, Herman Uelmtel, tjcon Kt-rUer. Joyce Johnston, Frank Miller, Kohlcr Hells. Dorathc Phillip, Johnny Plnkcrton, Frank Vllli:un. Andra Wlnahip. l.uclnda Hell. Mildred Stanton. Henry Knlliht, Ionnld Krenlier, James Hodce, Mrs. A. C. Mclnlyre, Adelyn Mclntyre. Prof. Paul Heed, Roy Dav idson, Jtan di.lph 'ook, Myra Shannon. Flva Hledsoe. lxd Davidson, James Pavid mii, Mrs. Alf McAlvcy. Alice McAlvey. I.eonl lausner. Katheryne Melntyre, Jew Itrown, Harold Toxier. Bert Harri son, Wendel Mclnlyre. Wm. AHee, Alice Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCon-l-ell. Julius Nelson. Jack I,uck. Koscoe VaiiRhan. Ernest Crockntt, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. C.raham and family. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sawyer. Mrs, Manning. Margaret Rosart, Mr. McLonard, Itobt. Troudfit and family. Kaihlene Itadke. V. P. Mills and Wife. Hert Uivel and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Slyvan Cohn. J. H. Rhodes and family, Mr. and Mrs J. I. Vanghan. Mr. and ln. illiiBli Hell. Sarah C.roas, Jennie May I 'ie-d, Vivian I'.rosa, Mrs. l.ula Heed, j Jack Allen and family, J. V. Kvnns i and wife, Joo tlulll. K. t'hnrke, Thelma ! Iti.iiardson, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge t(rr, U I Rogers and wife. Martie Kelly. I K. C. Holdman, Alton Rogers. Hueluh I Rannistcr. I-re ltenntster, Tom Kirk. Dudley Rogers, Hrooks Anderson., Floyd Rowers, Vern Gross, Klaa Pin tle. Dick Richardson, J. Phelps and wife, Ralph Mclixrn. Walter Honlfer, Mr. and Mra. U W. Polil. Gwendolyn Rogers. Mildred Kent. Dr. Johnston, Floyd Pnyder, Allen Polsom, Harold (Voederks, Wesley Fletcher, Newell Kd wards, F.ula McAtoe. Marfon Ross. Mr. and Mrs. U J. McAlre, Mr. and Mrs. J:imes, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas. Hen slmonton, Cyril McAtee. Mayne McAtee, F. Douglas, Ruth Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Hradley and children. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thacker, Blanche Smock, Ida Monastella. Rachel Kirk-patri.-k. Roy Hnhy, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Shlffler, Mrs. F. W. Harper. F. K. Al drich. A. Kgger. Ray Kgger, Sclby Johnson, E. J. Sherman, James Simp son, Robert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. otto Nelson, Hurke NeJson, Mr. .and Mrs. J. E, Stanslterry, Mr. and Mrs, Joe McOee. Robert Mcilec, Mr. and Mrs. E. U Brown, Mrs. W. Johnston, Rach eal Barnes, Gwendolyn Melntyre, Opal Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Keenan, Miss Merle King. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hat ton, l.crny Hattnn, Mrs. Anna Furnish, U O 1" ' ' S I FSIAIRS SHOr New Sports Apparel Jersey Jackets in "All White," Navy, Black, Brown, erald, Henna and Sand. NEW GEORGETTE BLOUSES NEW SUMMER DRESSES NEW SPORT SKIRTS Em- THE SHOP OF BKTTER VAU'ES ROLLED BARLEY, ROLLED OATS, TIMOTHY HAY ALFALFA HAY CHICK FEED WHOLE CORN SCRATCH FEED CRACKED CORN UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO. 1300 W. Alia Phone 351 White Sport Pumps Now in slock. One of the newest shoes of the feafoii. While Ruck, welt, covered Cuban heel, two buckle strap, imitation w ing lip. - PRICED AT $10.50 SfrOS-fOS'-SmVlC Katheryn Furnish, Mr. and Mrs. llonry Wrlpe, Evelyn Strove, Mr. and Mrs. Ren Cresswell, Donald Cresswell, Jack Heck, Kvelyn Huffman, lllenn Dennla. W. U Ituasell, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kurlo and Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Thompson. MRS. CAUJV1IAN ROPiruVR. Mrs. Ida R. Ctilluhan, preldunt of the Oregun Federation of Women'8 Clubs, la popular with club women of the state and It la probable that slip win bo re-elected at the state conven tion to be held here May SI, June I, 2 and 3. Mrs. Callahan has been vis iting in southern Oregon and was hon or guest at a meeting of the Southern Oregon Federation In Med ford, she wna honored at several affairs given by clubwomen in Mcdford, Ashland ind Itoaeburg. Mrs, William . Bell, aecolid vice president. . accompanied Mrs. Callahan on the trip. LF.AVE FOR EUGENE. Miss Kdna Murphy, Miss Alberta McMonlcs and Miss Genevieve Phelps left today for Eugene where they will be guests of women's fraternities on me University of Oregon campus dur ing the annual Junior Week-end. In Portland. Miss I'helos will hn Inlneil by her sister, Miss Margaret Phelps, who nnneara tomaht at the Heiliir ns a member of the University of Oregon Girls' dice Club. UJAVE FOR EUGENE. Mr. and Mrs. James ' Welch, son Homer, Mrs. J. F. Robinson and. neph ew, Robert Johnson, Mrs. Clara Stock er. Miss Marjorie Williams and Don aldson left today in. the Robinson ma chine for Eugene whero they will spend three days during the State Laundry Association convention. They will return to Pendleton on Monday. WILL. DISCUSS MEASURES. . Discussion of the measures to be voted upon at the June election will occupy the hours during a meeting of the Pendleton Women's Club tomor row at the county library. Local wo men are showing considerable Inter est in the coming election and it Is probable that the attendance will be large. BAPTIST SOCIETT TO MEET. . The Baptist Missionary Society will meet tomorrow afternoon In the rp ccption rooms of the church with Mrs. W. W. Harrah, Mrs. Anna Marsh and Mrs. William McCormmach as hos tesses, i COMMITTEES TO MEET. The executive committee of the Women's Missionary Society of the First Christian church will meet Wed nesday afternoon at half past two in the pastor's study at the church. rXVITATIONS ISSUED. Seniors of the Class of 1921, Pendle ton high school, are issuing invitations to the annual commencement exercis es, to be held Friday evening, June 3. at the high school auditorium. LEAVE ON MOTOR TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. E. V. McCook left yes terday on a motor trip to Iowa and Minnesota. They expect to bs absent from Pendleton for about two months. MRS. KIRKLEY VISITS. Mr Roy J. Klrkley of Portland, is the guest of Mrs. Lawrence u. Fra zier. Mrs. Kirkley arrived in Pen dleton last night. CLUB TO MEET. The Lavender Club will meet tomor row afternoon at the homo of Mrs. C. E. Straub. G26 Thompson street. TWINS ARE NAMED The twins born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stanley have been named Maurice and Muriel MRS. G-RADV RETURNS. Mrs. II. C. (irady returned yestcr day after a visit In Walla Walla. DeVOIR'S HEALTH BREAD It Tastes Better v It Gives More Strength It Prevents Many Disorders It is Entirely Free From Animal Fats Doctors .Recommend it We Sell it in Pendleton. Place your order now, watch your health im prove with its use. 24 OUNCE LOAF 20c Gray Bros. Grocery Co. 3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Bet WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED. The marriage of Miss Manilla Maf Wright and Francis Glenn Smith took place this morning at the Presbyteri an manse with Rev. George L. Clark, pastor, officiating. Miss Wright wore a taillcur of blue and her corsage bouquet was of brides roses. The couple was attended by Miss Vt-lma Smith and Floyd Smith, brother and sister of Mr. Smith. After the core mony Mr. und Mis.. Smith left for Portland for a short wedding trip, after which they will make their home in Pilot Hock. VISITORS IN CITY. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dudley of Athe na, who recently returned from a vis it to California, were in Pendleton yesterday. ATTENDING CONVENTION. ' Mrs. Manuel Frledly Is in Albany whero she is attending the state con vention of the Rcbekahs. Many Srhool Children Are CteVly Mothers who value their own com fort and the welfare of their children, should never be without a box of Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for Children, for use throughout the sea son. They Break up Colds, Relieve Feverlahness, Constipation, Teething Disorders, Headache and Stomach Troubles. Used bv mothers for over 30 I years. THESE POWDERS GIVE RAT- SKACTION. All Drug Stores. Don't accept any substitute. TKACK. HKIGXS IX MINGO CO. WILLIAMSON, W. Va.. May IS. Peace reigns tonight in the West Virginia-Kentucky border sone. Sheriff A. C. Plnson, of Mingo county, said he had verified reports that there had been a few scattered shots this afternoon in the Kentucky hills opposite Mcrrica. W. Va. None of the shots struck In that town. There had been no other firing since Monday night, he said. OWNKHS AIH)IT RKSOH TIOX NEW YORK. May 18. The execu tive and wage committees of the Am erican steamship owners' association adopted a resolution today that here after the organization would have no signed agreements with any seagoing employes union. Chronic Yiitttin(kn This conditions is usually brought on fcy neglect. Neglect to drink as much water as a healthy person requires, which is three pints each day. Neglect to take enough exercise to keep the body in a healthy condition. Neglect to establish a regular habit of having the bowel 4 move once each day, whether there Is an Inclination or not. It la obvious that to cure chronic con stipation, you must first correct your Jiablls. Chamberlain's Tablets are ex cellent but will not cure you perman. ently, when these neglects are persist ed in. Begin ttow. Get well, and stay well. Stoma-h Troubles "f have never found anything so good for stomach troubles and consti patlon as Chamberlain's Tablets. - have used them off and on for the past two years. They not only regulate the. bowels but invigorate- the liver and keep one's body in a healthy condi tion, writes Mrs. Benjamine Hoffer, Auburn, N. Y. Dislocated Hit Shoulder ' Mrs. Johanna Sodnrholm, Fergus Falls, Minn., fell and dislocated her shoulder. She had a surgeon get It back In place as soon as possible, but 't was quite sore and pained her verj much. Hier son mentioned that he had seen Chamberlain's Liniment advertis ed for sprains and soreness and she asked him to buy a bottle of It, which he did. It (iiiickly relieved the pain and soreness and enabled her to sleep, which she had not done for several days. If you are troubled with rheu matism, give Chamberlain's Liniment a trial. It is excellent. For a Bad Cough When you can not sleep for cough Ins, take Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. It will allay the Irritation of the throat and make sleep possible. It contains no opiate. foTXwToiiTwitw At ion A Pre yratiotv or COMPOUND COPAIBA a4 CUM AT YOUR DPUGCIST Afc r BT KMS pK!,Y rtd fcatttllalj NO FLXDS AVAII..YUI.K. WASHINGTON, May 18. (U. P.) Seven hundred prohibition enforce ment agents from various parts of the country have been temporarily laid off for lack of funds to pay salaries. TRf TO FORM TREATY Islatlon forbidding Gei-muns to curry on business in China. Consequently, German firms arc unable to conduct business with the Chinese In the name of Germun citi zens. While the Chinese war legls latlon Is not rigidly enforced, It still stands on the Ttinese statute books, and German trade Is not regarded as safe Until there Is some written agree ment between China and Germany which will prevent legal complica tions. If now seems unlikely that China Will flgn a treaty with Germany until the United States devises soiuu plan of restoring diplomatic relations with Germany. China followed America's lead in breaking off diplomatic rela tions with Germany and did not enter the war against the Central powers until tho I'nitcd Stales had done. so. When China entered the wur it was as an associated power and not as an allied power of the entente. And non it stands with the United States as non-sigr.utory to the Versailles treaty and ciKltul of tho provisions of that trtutv. China Is a member of tho League of Nations however, having g ili'.id :id mission to that body by sign- ng the Auxf.lan treaty. Thcoti-!;, ally, China Is at peace with C.ermany. It has so declared itsif by j legal enactment. But all the Icj.-il step necessary for the restoration of diplomatic lelat.ons must be tak?i rc fi.ro peaceful lelutlons and com'icr lial inictch.in).-es are possible. China und Germany have not ex changed mincers and consuls.- Dr. Chang has the same uncertain ,os.itior. in Berlin that JCilis Loring Drcs il, I lie AiiHTlmn ct inniissloner, hold i. lwih the Chinese -i d American repr.tn.nla-ti-. cs i re in Ceimany merely thr.u,;li the cMirtesy of the German to-'in-i. ent. And Dr Borch Is In r"kin merely a a tecognized neil,rtoi wUlioiil pny ..'plomullc rights or priv lit ei. BERLIN, May 18. (A P.) China and Germany are apparently no clos er to an actual restoration of diplo matic relations than they were six months ago In spite of tho fact that unofficial delegations are at work In both countries trying to perfect a j treaty. Herr von Borch heads the German delegation which is working In Peking and Dr. Chang is chairman of the Chi nese delegation which is living at the Chinese legation In Berlin. Although China passed a resolu tion declaring it was at peace with ! Germany, following the refusal of the Chinese to sign the Versailles treaty because of the disposition made of Shantung province, the Chinese gov ernment has not yet abrogated its leg- One Stick If x I: i wufPHPi 1 i ""I i ' tvrnm b, jt Ji ' to Lessens Labor :::: ::: . Goes Farther :::: t:::::a ioap lw :: Willi) M CHIPS ill l Guar- euiteed One stick of nine arnnri rv,- Jalvln of Paducah, Ky, used la ring these six interlocking wood-l -n tings with rhaiiiH of ihM itn I FOREVER FREE from Hay Fever and Asthma Hundreds of people aro as toiilshed and ricllghuM with qtili anil PERMA NENT relief they have re ceived from our wonder ful now discovery. Asthma .Sera. lluy-IWcr and A tluint. with all their lor tures. BANISHED I-'OR-EV'EH. Tear out this an nouncement und send ut once to . M. H. l,AIOHATinKS ttttt Alaska Bid;:., Seattle. Wutli. if TEN PAOn ' ' ' I IIP I .IJIUliJBNB THE THOMAS SHOP and Sport Jatt. woolen Better Spring Types and Qualities. The Kind Most Wanted Just Now. It is gratifying this season to find splendidly tail ored, smart styles, fine wool fabric skirts that do not necessarily entail a large outlay. New pleats, side box and knife; new ideas in plaids and stripes. phone Hours (07 It, m. to i p. m. DR. OIIMART Modern Dentistry In All Dranchra. DR. C. H. DAY rhyMdan and Surfeoa '. Osteopaib Rooms it and 2& Smlth-Crawfor Bufldlnc relenhona 10 Re 1 f r I W Baa 1, .T iy Dr. Lynn K. lilakeslee Chronlo and Nervous Disease an Diseases of Women. X-Kay Electrk Tberapsutlos. Temple Hide Room U Phone 41! Phono tl-w ' Vest Pocket Kodak Special Small enough to wear Focusing Model Pictures, 15-8x2 1-2 inches New goods from the Kodak City are no sooner in troduced than you find them here. " For example, the new camera in the V. P. K. size the focusing model of the Vest Pocket Kodak Special is ready for your inspection. It is a splendid picture-maker in every way. The lens is Kodak Anastigmat f.6,9 that means speed and sharpness. Through a distinctive focusing ar rangement, the Kodak may be brought in sharp focus with the subject only three feet away that means "close ups" with the regular lens equipment. PRICE, $21.00 And of Course there are the other models of the V. P. K. at $8.00 to $21.00. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. IT Step Inside for a Nice Ice-Cold Drink mm km? i iw.-Vv- Mf bV rtor We are demonstrating the porcelain-hned 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. ; , l ... Have you seen the food-saving, ice-saving, health saving Automatic? It's a wonderful refrigerator. CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO 103 E. COURT BT. U'-tvJlSi K eaciuicub '