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DAItY EAST ORfeGONIAM, PENDLETON. OSEGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 4, 1021.
I.. J L.i.1, J .IB
Social and Club News
will visit cnxiiox
A Kinup of members of tho Nriah
bvis if Woodcraft will kne tumor,
mw fur Comlf n 1 not na lelpgitte Hi
Ihi" X. if W, convention. No meetinij
111 I held here Tik-wIm.v nlUit an (lie
eonveiiiion will. e, in session Monday
MKICT1NU I4 M.KTI'OM:i.
The Ulrln' Friendly Koricly, iiM"r
IIvIhIiiii, will moot noxt Thursday nfl
nrnmm instead of next Wednesday aft
ernoon. CM H II AS MKKTIMi.
For t lip flnnl mor'i of lh l'r,
Mr Willlnm MMlcx-k was hostess yes
terday afternoon fur a mum enjoynhle
luootlnK of the Snlnrorinktum club.
Ann sting: Mm Mailork were Mm, P.
J. Mr Monies, Mrs. G. W. Conns and
Mia. Anna Htorle, j
Hcautlful clusters of ryrinea. rose. I
and peonies, ncd with a profusion of
Kreenery, wore uwd In decoratinc
The Kiiest of honor for fhe afternoon
m lra. Mary Roydcn. who was pre
sented with a silver tea ball as a
Joe llunpite, talented younc pianist
of Cheney, and a nephew of Mrs. C. S.
Terpenim?, played sevend beautiful ;
selections, as well as some old fash
ioned son which drew the club
member Into several dances. Miss
Pauline Minims gave a pelasine read
ing, and Mrs. Swe Holmes, a delegate
to the state convention, gave an Inter
Guests other than club members
were Mrs, Wade Privett, Mrs. II. B.
liauro, Mr. William Dunn, Mrs. Wil-
Hhui Itocarh, Mrs. Thomas Kits (Jer
sld, Mrs, Wesley Matlock. Mr. CVS.
.Wheeler. Mn W. W. Hoolhby, Mrs
(iiiy Connerly. Mrs William Peterson,
I Mrs. Mays, Mrs. Walker. Mrs. Morris,
Mrs. J. I) liiKTam, Mrs K. J. Burclilll.
and Mrs. C. P. lVshop.
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lINNKU IS U1VKN.
Severs! Informal dinners have been
clveu recently In honor of the. gradu
ates of the Pendleton hish school.
lji.it evening John Simpson, John
Henderson, ltovlil Swunson. Gilbert
Strove, Maine Kennedy nud Perry
liavls enjoyed a "no host-" dinner at
Hotel Pendleton preceding the gradu
On Thursday evening, the Jolly
IWholors attended a tiino,uet at Jol
ly s inn. yuartet niimiers wcrej
Kiven ny ueorKO user, it i. iitrkson.
Jack olph and Itudolph Mollner.
Ijiter the Jolly lliclielors entertHined
their tidies with an informal duncluf
luirty at the inn.
MllS. HIM. HONORED. ,
Mrs. II. X Stan field will give a
luncheon today at her home in honor
of her slster-ln-lnw, Mrs. David n
Hill, of Pendleton. Covers will
placed for twelve. Mrs. Hill will Vie
in Portland with her husband. Dr.
Hill, until after the Hose Festival.
Captain Davl.l f km.,... m
has been made naval aide to the
ecivtary of the nav, He la ,
head of the sixth moral division of
the navy t "
MKS. SODEX DEPARTS.
Mrs. Kert Soden or Portland, who
has been In Tendleton for the state
convention of the Oregon Federation
of Women's Clubs and whd has been
the guest of Mrs. C. S.Jerard. left for
ii o p ' s t p s r a i n s s h or
GEORGETTE BLOUSES S5.35
LINEN SMOCKS hand embroidered pock
ets, colors v, hit e, rose, copen blue.
63.50 VALUES 81.95
TAFFETA DRESSES, all colors,
values to 839.50 ... 819.75
THK SHOP OF BETTER TAfcUES
that many skin infec
tions have been
caused by improper
shaving that to be
safe you need
Good Razors, Toilet
Shaving Cream Soap
Johnson's not only pro
tects and benefits your
skin it a shaving.
Try it just once note
the billows of rich, beard
We carry all the well
known shaving creams,
soaps and powders.
A. D. S.
Our line of razors in
blade and safety styles
is always complete.
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
her home In 1'ortlaiul yesterday. She
was accompanied to Arlington by little
Prudence Gray who will visit her Hunt,
Mrs. Merrill Sloorea. Mrs. Soden is an
nunt of Mrs. George Gray, mother of
WOIIK IS Ari'KrX-lATUD
The work of the committee mem
bers from the Federated Clubs of Pen
dleton who.'wero In charge of the crab
upper for state convention delegates
at Parish hall Thursday evening Is
commended by Mrs. J. T. JUchardson.
chairman, and her assistant. Sin. J. II.
Perry. Members of the committee
were Mrs. H. S. Garfield. Mrs. J. U
Vaughan. Mrs. Lee Moorhousc, Miss
Ida Boyd, Mrs. -A. F. May, Mrs. Wil
liam Dunn. Mrs. Minnie Stillmnn, Mrs.
Norborne Berkeley, Mrs. A. C. Koep
pen, Mrs. Laura p. Nash, Mrs. R. T.
Brown, Mrs. Mary Disoswuy and Mrs.
t. I Johnson.
Those who assisted in servinj? were
Mrs. Walter Adams. Mrs. M. S. Kern.
Mrs. J. B. Welch, Mrs. R. I. Keator.
Mrs. a. W. Hyers. Mrs. S. A. Newberry,
Mrs. L. M. Spauldins. Mrs. Fred Lieu
alien, Mrs. T. R. Kemholdt, Mrs. H. E.
McLean. Mrs. Clair Rdwards. Mrs. I
E. Twitchell. Mrs. K. O. Amann, and
Miss Dorothy Lockwood.
Appreciation is expressed also to the
male quartet which sang several num
bers, to Fells Cleaning Works for the
use of tho telephone, to the Taylor
Hardware Co., Peoples Warehouse and
awtelle's and to tho telephone opera
tors for their cooperation in making
the affair a success. The crabs for the
menu and the flowers which were so
effectively used In decoratinc were the
?ift of the Newport clubwomen.
INVITED TO SIT
Como in and "talk"
it over with us!
Our stock is tho largest and most complete in
Eastern Oregon. v ' .
Harvest is near, let us figure with you on your
harvest needs. We are sure, if you give us the op
portunity that we can please you both in price and
Drop in the next time you come to town.
Mail and telephone orders given our best atten-
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
was a delegate to the state convention
of tho Oregon Federation of Women's
Clubs, Is remaining In l'cndleton for
a short visit with Mrs, F. S. Krwln.
MISS CI.ARK DKPARTS.
Miss Helen Clark, librarian at the
county library, left today for her
home In Madison, Maine, where she
will remain until August. She wtll
vlwlt in Kouth Bend, Washington, and
left today on tho Northern Puclftc
WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED.
The wedding of Miss Ruth A.' Allen
and Anthony B. Amonini, .both of
Wallowa, was solemnised this morn
ing at the Methodist parsonage with
Bev. John Secor officiating,. Attend
ants were Marlon Kettberg and S. M.
WEDDING OF NKD FOWLKR.
The following from the Portland
Oregonian will be of interest to Pen
Miss Marguerite Gross of this city
and Frank Kdgur Fowler of l'cndle
ton w-ill bo married at the bride's
home this afternoon. Only relatives
and intimate friends-will bo present.
Both Miss Gross and Mr. Fowler are
former University of Oregon atudents.
Q Hon 2a V- a JiO rtexamswus-... to4re
Gt'EPT AT MORSE HOME.
Mrs. Lee Warnick of La Grande, was
the guest of JJrs. Roy Morse during
the state convention of the Oregon
Federation of Women's Clubs. Both
are members of the I. E. O. Sister
hood. . .
MRS. FREEMAN HERE.
Mrs. F. E. Freeman, who now makes
her home in Montana but who is re
membered as Miss Harriet Young, of
Pendleton, is a visitor in Pendleton.
She is a sister of Mrs. Carl Engdahl
of Helix. '.
MIR8 BRANDT VISITS.
Miss Lotta Brandt of Weston, was
a Pendleton visitor yesterday.
MKS. OVXER HE11B
Mrs. F. B. Oxner, of La Grande, who
Vacation Days Are Here
We are nvidv l miiI ur mills, hi Camping Ivquipnieiit.. We are
glad to quota ilii following prki-s:
8x108 oz. Wall Tent with ropes $11.00
8x10 10-oz. Wall Tent with ropes $12.50
10x12 10-oz. Wall Tent with ropes $16.50
12x14 10-oz. Wall Tent with ropes $23.50
7x7 8-oz. Auto Tent $12.50
6x14 8-oz. Tarps, with snaps $6.00
Camp Stools 75c, 85c and $1.00
We alo carry wonderful line of n a-njnalile iH-kvd Kuil 1'm- and
Our i'mm !Uogi- In 1'rict- from SI. 00 to $8.25
Our Trunks Range In Prkv from $8.75 to $47.50
VKIi OIR KKI'AJR KKI'AMTMK.NT. fHAKUKH RKASO.VABI.!:;
Yonrs Kor Servkf ,
Riley & Kemp
VuaJuy Our WaMmord
baUbfactlua Our AJnl
Jamea 1 Farquhar tatMve). tmyt
aational singles tennis champion,
and Cornelius DeBlaso have beep)
(Officially crowned boy" national
.double champion . Both an stu
'.dent at lh jhtfjwrtord CN U tiifh
MISS ROGERS HERE.
Miss Gwendoline Rogers, of this
city, who Is attending Whitman Col
lege, is spending the week-end In Pen
dleton. She arrived last night for the
commencement exercises at which her
sister. Miss Mildred Rogers received
LEAVE ON MOTOR TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Donert and lit
tle daughter, Patricia, left this after
noon for a motor trip ttf Burns. They
will be absent from Pendleton for two
or three weeks and will return by way
MISS WURTENIU'KOEIl DEPXllTS
Miss Carol Wnrtenbergcr left today
for her home In Portland where she
will spend the summer months. She
is art Instructor in Pendleton school
and will return in the fall.
MISS MORTIMORB TO VISIT
Miss Evelyn Mortlniore. ono of the
members of the 1921 graduating class
of the Pendleton high school, left to
day for a visit In Nu.ni pa and Payette,
NO SUMMER CONCERTS
The Victrola concerts, a pleasing
feature each Sunday at the county li
brary, will be discontinued during the
bummer months. There will be no
WILL MOTOR .
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Graham will
leave by motor' this evening for
Marshficld for a visit with Mr. Jra
LEAVE FOR LA GRANDE
Miss Irva Dale and Mum Emily Don
ert left today by auto for La Grande.
They will spend a week as tho guests
of Miss Mildred Hoyt.
MISS DAUBNBR DEPARTS
Miss Edythe Daubner left today for
Salt Lake to spend the summer
months, she Is a teucher In the Lin
MRS. PINHON RETURNS.
Airs. J.' E. Plnson returned yester
day from a visit in Spokane and Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Leader will
motor to La Grande tomorrow for a
Will Attend School.
Miss Wllma Waugcman, a Girls'
club member of Columbia, is to be sent
to O. A. C. for a two weeks summer
school, according to a decision made
at a basket soa'al held in Columbia
last evening. Mrs. F. P. Phlpps, lead
ed of the girls' cooking club, presided
at the meeting. Musical numbers
were provided, by the Hermiston La
dies' quartet, and by Mrs. Fred Benn
lon who sang solos with piano accom
paniment by Mrs. B. M. Huntley. W.
W. Green, county school superintend
ent, discussed a plan which would
unite with Hermiston the surrounding
d stricls into one union high .school,
and Fred Bennlon, county agent, dis
cussed boys' aiM girls' club work.
Rainfall is .13. .
A heavy shower visited Pendleton
yesterday afternoon and resulted In a
precipitation of .13 or an Inch The
rain was largely local, a heavy' fall
being notfreahle on some ranches near
here while' at others not a drop fell.
Much rain fell at the Ami Tardlff
ranch while at the Frank Snyder place
two miles distant, no rain fell. The
maximum temperature yesterday went
up to it. hut today Is cooler, the mer
cury being at S3. The minimum was
i9 and the barometer registers '.It. 50.
Major l-ee Moorhouse. weather obser
ver, believes that It will be safe for
anglers to go (lulling: toinorrowt
LONDON, June 4. (L. p.) The
Imposing military pageant, known n
"Trooping the Color," part of the offi
cial celebration of the birthday of a
British monarch, was staged today on
its pre-war parade-ground ill St. James
Today witnessed Ihe first return to
pre-war glory of scarlet and gold, all
Food Guards being In sen r let tunics
and Great black bearskin headdresses,
while the Life Guards and Royu!
Horse Guards shimmered In steel
Cuirasses and plumed helmets, greatly
to the wonderment and delight of rhll
t'ren who could scarcely remember
any other uniform than khaki. With
the exception of the opening of Parlia
ment last Feb. this was the first pa
rade of the massed Guards regiments
In Pre-war uniforms, and Londoners,
foreign and provlnciul visitors 'enjoy
ed the pageant to the full.
. CAPPER-TIXt'llKR RILL IS
WASHINGTON. June 4. (A. P.)
Discussion of tho Cappcr-Tmcher blil
to regulate gra n exchanges before the
senate agriculture committee today-
developed Into a snarl on the subject
of delegation of congressional author
The committee heard testimony to
day against the bill by B. L. Hargis,
president of the Kansas City Board of
Trade, who contended that the propos
ed regulatory powers were dangerous.
The seasonal forecasts on grain
production as put out by the depart
ment of agriculture were criticized by
Mr. Hargis as causing violent upseti In
RAINS MAY CIIJXK FIRF,
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.. Juno 4.
(A. P.) Heavy rains which began
fulling this afternoon and were con
tinuing at a late hour this afternoon
were expected to check the forest fires
which have been raging today In the
&unl mountains, about 100 miles west
of Albuquerque, and .'n the Manzuno
range, southeast of here, forest offi
POLISH LIKITKXAXT KX'lrX"lTM
WARSAW, Juno 4. (A. P.) Lieu
tenant Henry Iwunekl, of tho Polish
flying corps, who was convicted by
courtmartlal of high treason in dis
posing of military secrets to British
agents, was executed Friday by a- fir
w f If"" J
f s f
Tsrrlng and feathering of Charlea
Bouck White, pastor of the "Church
of the Social Revolution," in New
York, followed filing of marriage an
nulment papers by Mrs. White in the
supreme court at Poughkeepsle. The
whitecapa warned Whit to "treat
his wlf right." Mrs. Whit was..
Mias Andree Emlllr Simon, dauritet'
of waltty' Frenchman, and bml
wea wium on Apru Zl, una
. THE -
Attractive Values in
Just received a new shipment of Georgette Crepe
de Chine and Pongee blouses, big values for. . $5.85
Another lot waists, extraordinary values, crepe
de Chine, Georgette and Pongee, values to '$12.50.
Chinese" Ruler Plays Safe
I st era. I
1 MACHINE (5 OR
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Governor General Tsan To-Lin of Manchuria, values his life too highly
to take any chance with bandits Thn fortified Packard limousine baa
been shipped to him from New York Its frame t of armor plate and it
aaa heavy steel window shades A machine gun ta part of the equipment.'
. The threa belts attached lo the lid are (or guard wttb rule .
' Get Farm from the f
Canadian Pacific Railway
THK CmhwNm PaeiAw Rflr offer yon ffrtMC GpeortwtHf tm wn farts hm.
Muny of Ohm farroa tut pr) for th4nMlvM iU lh ftrat erap. Out of tu lut bi
bkk r nm farm l-rxla yoatran bay row wwtwf pUn M Wni imrm MirNr
BMrnO that ip rrraarkahla n Hi hirtorf 4f fans invMUiwtfits. Th conntn I Ideal fa
fa-J farmfrif M frain crowtiiil Ut. Om mm lamH ran b NrtacM onlr from private
aaniii-prlwa U1 M bifbac. Hw aaia t Martfe lailii wt lam teatta atfra4
Your Lat Big
CMS thla 'and ta dbitMMl of (ha
Canadian Padfla fUilwar offvra
yoa tha moat wofKlarful oppor
tonity In tha world ta awn a farm,
arhka t ndapandanra anal trrrrw
rich in WHTti Canada. Itoff'ra
to aaU yoo fans land in ma nrtt
pralriaa and farlfla parti
larwta of tha LlordmloaUr and
BatrJrord Dltri-ta of Cantral
Alhwta ana Baafeairnawan
Bra vMrfrahto and af1raHa.
ra yaa aaa aaaiaaa iadapaad
JMa. No Sale Without
IhlMka rmrlte MX Ml
tn. funs aniu rvt tarn t.
11I It Yoo moat bMIIS
ttm l.nd nd . .f ten, t'-lT.
term, aaa pa men la. Ton par m ntaiaw. Meaaraal, r.
gown tv wr rrni. i umn jim omww le
as nawmaiiM nn (K nrlnrinal nn.
til trie end of the fourth rr, the tfvtaan
annual pajrmenta. Intortet la 9 per cant, la
aantra. MtfkatHwwan Peaaer W her Iff
prew tha world' prue wheat. World prat
ata war grown at Uordounatar.
No Tamed on Improvement!
TTtera ia a amaR tat an the land, bnt hra
r no tax a oo roar lite Itock. .hotldme.
WTi pro tatn erf. rnipiemanH or
Special Rates for
And Full lafonnatfoa
Good Biarieta, modern erhoot.
UpaHal rallwar rata for hwtnaea atari make
JmjjMwtion aaer. Send now far free lllua
tratad pamphleta anawannf alt atieettona
and aettlna forth fig urea atvicrt land -tttti.
arreasa rMda, hnute, xpnrtepiriaa, t,
DoaotdaUf. Writ IXUiAX.
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705 Kprairus Ats
Ladies and Gentlemen
fDont Give Your Q
Children frJx i .
weucipusiu cold. iate Waters-
Ice cannot "give off" cold air and properly refrigerate
your foods if wrapped in burlap or covered up with news
papers, any more than coal can give heat if banked up
Do not cover your ice. Permit it to do iU work, which
is to keep your foodstuffs cold and ip a wholesome condi
tion. We are demonstrating the automatic, a wonderful re
frigerator, and showing how cold, dry air circulates con
stantly; how to prevent food odors from mixing; how an
honestly-built refrigerator will save ice, save foods and
save doctor bills.
Welcome to the demonstration, whether you need a
refrigerator or not
103 E. COURT ST.