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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1921)
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREQON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1921.
Social and Club News
;I FKIIS TO VISIT ' mill Mrs Slinrp are sisters. Mr. mill
Wives of members of the rendleton Mrs. t'oilins motored here from l'url
(inlf flub are In charge uf plans lor j liuul iinil li ft hv auto Saturday evcn
1he entertainment of golfers who ill j ins for Walla Walla, Spokane anil So
be In the city Saturday and Sunday for , attle. They cvpeet tit renin) to J'ori
the TtlState Volf Tournament. The i land hIkuii the middle of June,
visitors are to ln enteitalne.l at lunch- I
eon nnd dinner at Hie clubhouse on'cii ., i.i,-y1c- i.( wtih ix-i.-i
The Ilffiinh Dub ulcnie to have
been lieM on Thnrsiliiv. has l)tii imst.
j poned for two weeks ami will he helil
on rliiirsilay, Jiio St.
VISIT AT SHAW' HOME. I
Mr. and Mrs. I'. K. Collins were re- J 'U"I! TO MKKT
cent visitors at the home of lr. and The l;..U kah Chili will meet Minor
Mrs. J. Kilwln Sharp, Mrs. Collins i row niu-lit In the I. o. o. p. hall.
Saturday anil Sunday anil i
their honor will he isiven
ila nee In ,
Fleeing from Mine W:
: The hooting that has been polng on across the Tus Hiver, n-pratlr,:
V'"cky and West ir.ini;, caused many families to flee from Uwu
..pines. Thie j:i-nire ehuwa a miner moving his far.ily to Mft.
I.K.VVK KOIt l'OKTI.ANl).
Mrs. C. 1.. lowers, Mrs. Itohert In
Ka)s am! little Koturt I'ersliniH In
Kalis, left unlay for l'orllanil to Join
Mr. Howcrs. Mr. liowers has been In
poor health ami If the sojo nn in
roittaiHl iloes not hi netil hlni the hnr
ty will bo to (.'nlilornia for u time.
ri.A.S FOR SOCIAL AKKA1HS
I'latis ihv I'l'iiis muile in Pendleton
for the jtocial events which will he a
l'ttit of the suite convention of the
oreircri Federation of Women's CIiiIks
"huh opens May 31 ami continues
ilurini; June 1. J and 11. on Ttiursilav
cvenim.'. an informal reception is to
he held nt. the lilnary. delegates
luncheiin will he served at noon on
Wednesday, and in the evenimr, dele
Sates are to he entertained by the
I piay. "The Futurists." to be presented
j by nine members of the Current t.it
i crature Club at the State Hospital
Athena women will be hostess for a
luncheon In the neiKhboriiiK town on
Thursday and this event promises to hi
most pleas'ntr. For Thursday evening.
-Mrs. William Hell will preside nt the
presidents conference and supper.
Another event for which tentative
plans ale bein- made Is a motor trip to
Cabbage Mill, thai the visitors may see
the beautiful view offered from thb
W. i'. T. I'. OIVKS ?.CTIo-
Til" Women's Christian Temper
ance I'liioit endorsed, the followini!
measures to. come befori' the people
I June T. at a meeting held yesterday in
I the county library: Legislative and
, eoinpensative aniendmenls: World
j War Veterans Slate Aid fund; Woman
1 Juror and lievis.d Jury Law. and the
! Salary bill for county officers. Speak
( ers for the afternoon were Miss Ksthei
Kelly, social service worker. K. F.
Aveiill and Lyman Lice. The mem
bers deeiile.i to il!s),ense with their
ii o v v
I I" s T A I K s p ; i; , s o V
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY,
MERCHANTS' AND MANUFACTURERS' CARNIVAL
HAPPY CANYON-AFI ERNOON AND EVENING
IN EULK, PER POUND, 75c
Nabisco, package , v...15c
Lotus Wafers, pacfage .....15c
Anola Wafers, packatfe 15c
Ramona Wafers, package 15c
Premium Sodas, package 25c
Royal Lunch, package .? 25c
Lorna Doone, package 20c
Dinner Biscuit, package 35c
Bent's Water Crackers, pound 65c
Ginger Snaps, barrel 40c
N. B. C. Soda Crackers, package 45c
20 varieties of Quality Cakes in bulk, pound ....50c
Complete line of Higji Grade Tea Wafers.
Altcii.l tlir .Merchants ami lisiniil'nelnrcrs' t'artiltiil.
Happy Cun.voii, May litltli. 2Tlli and Nili.
Store cliiscU all day IKMiiiatlmi Hay, .May llllili.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
next meeting because of the li. A. I!,
eunveniion. 1 he W. c. T. I'. Is plan
ning a float for the ;. A. 11. paradn.
MISS IDLF..MAN IIOol:ICI).
Miss Helen Idlemau, naiiBliter of
Dr. and Mrs. I. I). Idleman, who Is a
freshmuM lit 1'nlveisity of OreRon, has
V-..-.I me lltn ml oiji ui tilllOOil I 111
leta sorority of which she is a mem
ber. Kfcirh year the name of some
freshman tiirl who is considered the
best all-around member is engraved
on the cup. Miss Idleman when a se
nior in hlKh school won the cup for
best all-round student and has niaili
an enviably record in scholarship
while at the ' Diversity of Oregon,
TO SPK.VO sr.M.MIOlt
Hilly Mc(iarrile and Jack McC.ar
rinle, small sons of Mr. mid Mrs. Wil
liam Melinrrisle of Kaniloops. K. C.
formerly of this city, are In Pendleton
to spend the summer with their grand
parents, Mr. and Jit's1. F. J. Mc.Monies.
Mr. Mc.Monies recently returned from
liritish Columbia bringing the children
with him. Friends of Jlrs. JlcCarriKle
will regrit to learn that she has been
II for some time during the past.
KKTUt.WS FROM LA (i ItANDIC.
-Mrs. A. U lln.witon of I'ortland has
returned from an extended visit in Ui
(irande and will make her home in
I'emtleton with Mrs. chas. H lasiand.
1'. T. A. To M KKT. j
The Tarent Teacher Asspcial ion of
the 1'ellilletoli h IK ll School Hill meet
toinoi'iow eveniny: in the county library.
DESTROYED BY FIRE !
WILSoNVIl.i:, ore.. Miiy..V H'.j
IM The farmers' mercantile store,!
ow ned by Mini Director, of I'ortl.tml, j
was destroyed by fire which ni rd-
l'is( to It. M. llussey w ho discovered j
it. Kave off stroui? odors of kerosene.ll
The residence of II. 1). Aden was also,1!
destroyed. The Farmers' I'anU bnibl-I '
ItiK kwiis saved. Citizens have re
quested the state fire marshal to in
vestigate the cause of the fire.
A N EXCE 1T I ( ) N L A I I i V ( )J'
To go ill tin; Arerfliuiils9 and iMamifaclur
rrs' ("arnlval Sale VV-k at $5.V,x
New li ijmicut of Voile and Organdy
Drives and While Silk Sweaters.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 2G AND 27
PORTLAND GAS AND j
COKE CO. ORDERED i
TO CUT THEIR RATEj
SALFM, May :.. (f.. V. I The
ptiitlic service commission ordered the
I'ortland Oas ami Cnlte vompauy to
cut their rate 15 cents per Iimiii cubic
feet, effective June tl. This cut will
save the customers $4110,111111 annually,
it is announced.
New Sport Appand just arrived, Wy Jackets, Novelty Skirls and
lUouses. Visit our Booth at the Carnival. , . ,f im?i
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O V i: IE
T A V I. f) It II A li 1) W A It I. STO It I
L0BSTEU TAKES ITS PLACE WITH
BEAN AS COMING FROM
ArfHinn Prpctinn oc Prinrinol -'ame commission said, ll.ooo have
,a . . wuji, n-J 1 1 iiiviuij been
Lobster Market World City
Might be Called Lobster Port
II A It 1) V A
The Pendleton Merchants' and
"W e'll he TlmrV'
J J USE
KOKTO.V. Slay -a. (A. P.) If the
trend of the times in sea-food were to
be followed, the lobster might be
bracketed with the sacred codfish as
the emblem of this state's fishery ac
.tiv.ties. Figures just announced for
the last year show that a total of 3,
DOO.miio lobsters came into tills port,
an average of a thousand a day. liy
thus adding qp ifs prestise as the prin
cipal lobster market of the .world, Hus
ton described as the Jiome of the heat
and the cod, might be hnnvn as the
lousier port. '
Steamers from Halifax, X. 8 and
smacks from porta In Maine am
Massachusetts have landed live lob
sters here this spring at a rate prom
ising to surpass even the record re
ceipts of last year. In addition can
ned lobster meat to fc extent of six
or. seven hundred thousand pounds
passes through this port.
The lobster grounds which extend
j from Nova Scotia to New Jersey, send
j most of their products here, as the
r l.ulu r. .uA .,u . x-
'n,v 01 iiic i.iiii:u coin is 110111 ,uvii
Scotia and .Maine. Regardless of the
soiiice, the lobsters are subject to the
.Massachusetts law as to legal length
and all "shorts," those measuring
less than nine Inches from nose to the
tail are sent hack to the sea.
The .Massachusetts coast in this way
profited by lobster Immigration from
Nova Scotia and Maine to the extent ol
.15,000 "shorts" last year. This sea
son, officials of the state fish and
culled out .i short up to Hay 1.
The shorn are taken to feleeted
places on the coast and dumped over
board, to establish new colonies, bring
ing added numbers to old ones, there
to, grow and be come available for a le
gal ti lt to market
'Composite" Brings Bomb Arrest
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l:y a composite photodiawmg M-h.v I., h.a,- ii,..v have found the
nan who set olf the Wall stm t Poinl. lasi Si pi. iuIm i The si.sp. ts
Giuseppe I I'lhpo tnghti, says he Is 11 cent Tin- dniwing tlefii was
made up I10111 diacnutiuiu fuiiiulicU by piio lour 11,0 ikciic ot tho
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonahle Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
House is the Heart
of the World
1 B0RRX SOAP CHIPS M
, iftiJrt-ni.i.iiiiii in 1 tn n in r-ftii wmi
I'olaKa-s to IK" Ccitifitil Twenty-
one farmers of Weston Mountain have
afireed to make efforts to secure certu
fiialion for seed potatoes. ' to the
present time, there has been no potato
seed certification although seed from
Weston .Mountain has been In demand
among Vaklmn valley and and Idaho
grownrs, who, however, paid only ti
lde prices for the seed because of no
I'citiii.ation guarantee. According to
tha new plan, the potatoes will be In
spected by the' State Hoard of Heed
I'ertil iciition dring blossom time and
again when the vines die down In the
field. I'otatoes which pass these tests
will be inspected again at harvest time
and those which meet requirements
will be labeled and sold for seed.
Crop l"oiciit neu. A crop of
lil.ajii.Oan hiiKhels of winter wheat In
Oregon in itiii Is forecasted by F I
Kent agricultural statistician of the
H. bureau of crop estimates. This
oioeaat is based on an estimated area
remaining for harvest of 712.000 acres
and h .May 1 condition of !i:i per cent
il? winrer oamnge lo the crop was
b R" than one per cent and Hprfng
moisture conditions have been ver
witbfactory over Ihe greater part of
the Mheat producing area of the state
ThejriL'n i ire to ii winter wheat crop
was finally e.sti)nateil m I i.f.fio bnaheli
produced oil ;ni,0V! Here,
You owe it to yourself to make of it all that it can be in comfort and con- n
veniencc, it should also he beautiful.- m
EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME. . 1
yS'hether cottage or mansion, beauty and usefulness can be found in furnish- g '
ing at any degree at cost best suited to your resources.'-' , I
; It is not the amount of money paid out for furnishings that establishes g
their true value nor that makes the home artistic and enjoyable.
Wise Selection Counts Most 1
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H You are invited to visit our booth at the show and our store at your conveni- p
g ence. You will neyer be im)ortuned to make purchases. g
1 Crawford Furniture Co. 1
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