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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 30, 1921.
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foXVKNTION V II. I. 1:.N"
With a h.t't iniicram tomorrow
tllKtlt III till' I'ulllll 1 , 1 . i j i . tin
twenty-first i i ri i .-i t convention of tli.'
III'KHII J""fl!fl il 1' 'M "I Women t mm
W ill Opl II il KOSKH.IlS 111 1'1'IHlU't'tll
The convention will lie culled In order
ly Mm. Ido P.. Callahan, slate pl i-.-l -
ili-tii. ll-v. it-.rti. 1. dirk, pastor !
t Iip lTi i-livti i l.iii chuii U. mil mir the
Invocation, and tin- address of -!
come Bill hi- by lioorge Hartliiap.
mayor of I'cmlb'ton. Mis. John llullex
will welcome tho delegates, nail Mm.
"ll;i rli-n Cnstncr, mst president, will
respond. Judge S A. l,owell will glo
an nddress and there will ho m;i:-ie hy
Mis-. Mary Wiley of Now Yolk. All
session of tho convention ore open In
tho public anil local clubwomen aro
extending a rurillal Invitation to ev
eryone who rales to attend.
For Wednesday evening ( a rorop.
lloii will l.o lulil in honor of Mi
Thi-iiuiM il. Winter, national -rosiilont.
Tho vliot to tin- rriiilloton convention
will l-o tho first a national president
tins ccr mailo to a wostorn conven-
An event of Thursday evening will
cra'i supper for which crabs
will bo provided by tho Ladles Civic
Improvement Club and tho Commun
ity Club of NewiMirt. All visiting dele
gates will bo honor guests hut local
clubwomen will each pay a small sum
to moot tho expenses of tho supper.
Hesorvations aro to be made- not later
Ihnn Wodnosday nwn with Mrs.
ljiurn 1. Xash. Mrs, s. A. Xowliorrv.
II (ll'i"S U'SIAIKS S 11 O V
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ATTEND THE MERCHANTS AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
1300 W. Alta
1 :W mmsuii is Ijiiii'iiig us the best possible proof that
a higher than ever percentage of people are looking for
"excess mik-airi'" in ti.eir shoes.
"EacYss Mileage" in the shoes sold depends upon
three things Materials, Workmanship and Sincerity of
So it pays lo know the principles your shoe dealer
Our sh vs look their superior quality. They are also
branded with a M'ade mark which in addition to our own
reputaticr.. v.iil create a further bond of confidence in
our customers. .
I Keator ami Mrs. 11. U.
the Imitation committed.
wlt'ic tin- supper will In
; lii lil will lc announced later.
t ; i ; a Y inrrriiNS
Charles tlray returned last i.
from I'oise, whore she spout
wi'i'kn visiting friomls. She lias
as hor guests today Mr. anil Mrs
Woodson Vattersoii, of linker, wli
were In renilleton yesterday' for tho
Tri-i'.ate tiolf Tournament. Mrs.
Omv ami Mr. J'attcrsou arc cousins.
DEPALMA IN LEAL AT END
INMANArtd.IS. May an. (.1. 1.
I O'Siillivan, I' .1'. Staff Correspondent.)
. i no n i in mo w i-i ui s 11 iiioiuooi lo
driver not away tn n punch at tho
.'oin mile dash for tloo.tUMi
i in prixos, before n crowd ostiniatod at
Ki.'i.iKMi, tho Bioatest throns that ever
iJ'ald to see a sporting event.
rel'alma led al one
.in. (A. P.
Radiant in their exhilarating at
mosphere of youth and refreshing
in their smart simplicity.'
$13.75 and up.
See These New Arrivals.
H K l'TKR
V F. S
I GRAIN CO.
V A L
Germans Arc Hopeful That!
Polish Forces Would Ven
ture Out to Provide Excuse.
OITKI.X. Upper Silesia. May 30.
tCurl 1. tlroat. C. 1-. Staff Corre
spondent Tho biCiiest offensive yet
attempted In 1'pper Silesia, will be
started soon if the Polos do not retire
from the occupied areas, the (ierman
officers told me. The C.eriiians whom
I encountered near liosoiiburu wen
frankly hopeful that the Polish forc
es would venture out to provide an
excuse for further warfare,
(l'ast OreKonlan Special)
I'hTIAH, May SO. Mrs. Mary Pet
erson of the I'klnh hotel was taken to
Pendleton Tuesday evening for treat
ment for blood poisoning in her arm
which was the result of a mosipiitu
bite, she is now getting along nicely.
U Ci. Huston who with his family,
spent the winter in Pilot Rock whore
his daughter, Geneva, nttended high
school, has moved back to Pkiah
since school closed and will occupy
tho Kirk residence near the church.
Mrs. C. It. Marr of lunge died -i
few days ao and wail buried at
Monument. Her death was due to a
paralytic stroke, which she suffered
some time ago.
J. T. Huston was taken to Pilot
P-ock last Monday for treatment, suf
fering from forma lyehyde poison
which he used for dipping grain.
The school house at flange burned
to the ground last week. All the books
belonging to the teachers and pupils
are burned. The origin of the fire Is
Mrs. George Nass left for Pendleton
.Monday innrninv, returning Frilday.
Clyde Hetmlek and lirad Jarvis left
for Ilridge crook flat the first of the
week to finish their farming.
A lively game of baseball was
played last S'unday between tho nrir
ried men and single men of I'kiah
The married men won the game.
Albert Peterson has purchased SO
head of horses from Frank Ililbert.
and has several men at work break
Mrs. Gladys Woisenfluh of jmz
ereok passed through I'kiah the first
of the week en route to Paker.
Mrs. George Caldwell received word
a few days ago of the marriage of 1
her brother, Arthur Cardwel! i f lnv
crook to Miss Levisc Durst. hIbo of
Lonw creek. Mr. Caldwell is one of
Gnnt county's veil known school
teachers and has been selected as
principal of the I.ong Cre"k hisih
school for next year. He -was raised at
T-ong Creek and his ability as a t-a'h-
er is vtll known.
Mrs. Koocrt Bond -was the guest of
Mr. and .Mrs. George rvMwcll last
I.'. i'-i Clark left Wednesd.' to join
his wife i ni: young son.
r laicnee Z'u'ey w.o -.ris -i-'-i vi :
ing mi liuiter crook for the last two
months, returned home Thursday.
Ivlilie . Ni ss w ho attended high
school at Pilot ftuck during the win
ter, returned home Friday at the close
Aeii in Sehwi-lin as in town Thurs
Kali h Cavteel. known to his friend
as Nit k, ami Miss Agnes Scroggins,
both of A 1 5 i;i . were married in Pen- i
dlriuu tho first of the week. They, will
mfko their homo in Camas Prairie.
All wish them a long and prosperous
Frank Gilliland of Hulter creek Is
visiting at the home of his sons Ar
den and Arthur Gilliland.
Cary Kirk and wife of i-endleton.
In Attnu-the CMC
teed or Money Re
funded. Till oMt
for n IfiniOil f if n
monry orilcr fir
I Li i pit
FRAI) RAZOR CO.
1 173 I1KOAIHVAV
SY.W YOKK ITV
Do You Know?
That we carry the largest and most complete .
line of high grade groceries in EASTERN
At our booth at The Merchants' and Manu
facturers' Carnival we have on display 38 Va
rieties of High Grade Cheese, besides a com
plete cheese factory, in full operation after
noon and evening manufacturing the famous
STAN FIELD BRICK CHEESE.
SEE THIS WONDERFUL DISPLAY,
GET ACQUAINTED WITH MR. TONY AR
NOLD, owner, and have Mr. Andy Anderegg
explain to you how it is made.
FAMOUS STAN FIELD BRICK CHEESE
manufactured at Happy Canyon, Tillamook
Triplets, Tillamook Young Americans, Prim
Ost, Gammell-Ost, Imported Roquefort, Do
mestic Roquefort, Zig Zag Imported, MacLar
en's Nippy, MacLaren's Pimento, MacLaren's
Swiss in block, MacLaren's Pimento in block,
Kraft Swiss, Kraft Pimento, Kraft Camem
bert, Kraft Cream, Kraft Limberger, Sap Sa
go, rarmesan Grated, New York Limberger,
Stanfield Limberger, New York Brick, Wis
consin Brick, New York Cream, New York
Cheddar, Edam, Liederkranz, Blue Label
Cream, Neufchatel, Breakfast Cheese, Im
ported Camembert, Gratin Grated Cheese,
Blu Hill Red, Blu Hill Green, Blu Hill Cream,
Tetit Gruyere, MacLaren's Imperial, Cottage.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Beat
came up Friday and are visiting with
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Kirk. They were
accompanied home by Miss Irene
Kirk who has been attending high
school at Lexington.
Miss Zona Mettie who taught school
at Sumpter during the winter, re
turned to tho home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Mettle Thursday
ftS 3 fcl 1
TIIDK.Ill I I, MOOI
(Continued from page 6)
or any other posts In the American Le
gion cr any other hyphenated posts in
the Ametlcan Legion. Let a legion
regulation be passed which shall pro
hihit such movements.
l'rother Americans, a hyphenate
cannot he a true American citizen.
again, he 18 either an American or he
isn't. He must make no compromise.
For the greatest world purpose of our
country we must work toward the
peace, the brotherhood, of the world
with an unfettered American and the
spirit of an untraammelcd American
ism. As the spirit of the people so are
they. The true spirit of Americanism
Is the greatest uplifting positive foree
for peace and brotherhood ill the
Tout temporary pasing thing, the
body, dies. That positive, vital, con
crete thing tin- spirit whether of an in
dividual or a nation lives.
We have not linger Williams Wash
ington, Monroe, Lincoln or Roosevelt
in the body, but the spirit of America
which they epitomized walks mong
It is to enlarge, lo perpetuate and to
riconsoeralo ourselves to the Spirit of
America, to the right of our heritage
that we meet here on this Memorial
Day. To re-pledge ourselves to our
brothers who have handed us the flag,
to show the world that we stand as
loyally and as purposefully to uphold
in times of peace the same Ideals and
spirit fur which we fought in times of
The flag, the uniform, the national
seal are emblems, symbols, of our pat
, Memorial la)"s I.CfSm
The great practical lesson then of
Memorial Day Is re-consecration, a
411' :'Ti. ."I'li'mi
lyelel embroidery, revealing a con
Tasini piiiiiool. is effective on the
iron which t.atf forsworn mpcrflu
u iriinnuiiK Th . J res, worn by
'jcmthy Imlloo. lai amount tar, it
t lemon colored organdie sashed
vith jbde tficcn.
1 -" '(VV'ntAtm I
Humors Come to the Surface In in
suring as In no other season. They
won't run themselves all off that way,
however, but mostly remain In thr
system. Hood's Sarsaparllla removes
them, wards off danger, makes good
new pledge to 'carry on' the torch of
Americas destiny. To fight the way of
the world through the spreading of the
principles of justice.
Memorial Day is Memory Day and Is
observed to sanctify the memory of
our brother crusaders, to sanctify
throughout those who have ridden into
the sunset our spirit through theirs.
Then memory, tho magnifying glass of
I be spirit, shall not beeomo marred or
Memorial May is observed to sym
bolize not only our patriotic faith but
the proven faith of our fathers, to sym
bolitc and strengthen our trust In the
Hreat Oversoul, and tho God of our
Father. U-st we forget.
Momorlal Day Is the consociation
Day of the American patriot not only
to realize the need but to meet the
need for renewal in peaoe of that In
personal service he gave the war. The
watchword of meinorlal day might
well be "Cany on", hut In the carry
ing on put ni ne but Americans on
iod of our fathers, known to old,
Lord of our far-flung battle-line,
Iteneath those awful hand we hold
Dominion over palm and pine
l ord (iod of hosts, be with us yet.
Lest we forget lest we forget:
The tumult and the shouting dies.
The captains and the kings depart;
Still stands Thine nniient sacrifice.
An humble and contrite, henit.
Lord Ooil of hosts, be with tis yet.
Lest wu forget iost wo forgot:
If drunk with sight of power, we loose
Wild tongues that have not Thee In
Such boasting as the r'.enliles use
fir lesser breeds without the law
Lupil God of hosts, be with us yet.
Lest we forget lest we forget!
For heathen heart thai puts her trust
In rooking tube and Iron shard
All valiant dust that builds on dust,
And guarding calls not Thee to
For frantic boast and foolish word
Thy mercy on Thy people, Lord:
This conditions Is usually lirowcht on
hy neglect. Neglect to drink as much
water as a healthy person renuircs,
which Is three pints each day. Neglect
tn take enough exercise to keeD the
body in a healthy condition. Neglect I
to ostalillsli a regular habit of having
the liowi'l-i move once each dav.
whether there Is an Inclination or not.
It Is obvious that to cure chronic con
stipation, you must first correct your
halills. Chamherliiln'a Tablets Hre ex
cellent but will not cure you perman
ently, when those neglects are persist
ed in. llegln now. Get well and stay
Slonnii li Troubles
"I have never found anything so
good for stomach troubles id consti
pation as Chamberlain's Tablets. I
have used I hem off and on for the past
two years. They tint only regulate the
bimelB hut Invignralo the liver and
keep one's thody In a healthy condi
tion, writes Mrs. Jlenjainino Hotter,
Auburn, N. Y.
IHsliMiititl Her Shoulder
firs. Johanna Kodcrhnlm, Korgus
Kails. Minn., foil ilnd dislocated her
shoulder. Hhe had a surgeon get it
back In place as soon as possible, hill
't wan unite sore and pained her very
much. Hk-r son mentioned that he had
seen I'liiimborlaln's l.llilliii iit aihnrtls
oil for sprains and soreness and she
asked him to buy n bottle of II, which
he did. It oiiloMy relieved the pain
ami soreness and enabled her lo sleep,
which she. had not done for several
days. If von are troubled with rheu
matism, give ChsnilH-rlaln's Liniment a
trial. U Is excellent.
I or it Itinl Cough
When yon can not sleep for cough
ing, take i 'hamberlaln's Cough Rem
edy. It will allay the Irritation of the
throat and make Bleep possible. It
coutulM uu opiate.
Beautiful Back Line Corsets
Graceful restraining of surplus flesh youthfying
of the figure real corset comfort and satisfaction
awaits you in
i JmAVY V.
Every Camper and
A TENT We have, all fizc-a and weights nt lowest possi
BED SHEET 7x1 1, H o::. $8.50; 6x1-1, $7.50.
"PUP" TENT Iarge enough to cover a full sized bed for
PONCHO A rubber blanket that is made so it may be
used for a rain cape. '
CALIFORNIA CAMP STOVES and OVENS for wood.
AMERICAN CAMP STOVES and Oven. A two burner
FLAGS FOR MEMORIAL DAY '
Every home and business house should display a reg
ulation size flag on this day.
4'xG' Wool Bunting flags, 48 stars $3.50
4G' Cotton Flags, 48 stars ;..$2.50
Army & Navy Sales CO.
Step Inside for a
Nice Ice-Cold Drink
We are dcnionstraling 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.
Used in Over Two Million Homes in America.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS AND MANU
FAf!TURF.RS' CARNIVAL. MAY 26 AND 27
103 Ii COURT ST.
Insist on "La Ca
mille" -for no
other corset has
its three great
x c lusive fea
A soft insert that