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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 11, 1021.
Social and Club News (!
MIK PHKI.I'H IN I.A (iltAXPK ii'lrue, Amy Kllxalicth Aldrlrh, Jnck tiiiKuMird iSorvlce cross for lrnvcry.
Mlm (iencvlrvc 1'hr-lp" I" l lhiiiKnn. Lucille Pearson, Thclma I New officer tor the three women's
Claude for two vMt wllh her j Ak, Nlim Chancy, Seville Marty, . societies nre to be ehuted ilnrliiR the
mmi, Mr. Frank KeeMIn and Mrs. lloic Newcomb, Kls'e Farrow, Ruth convention, t'luatilla county has the
Julie, Metilcr. 1 lifalnl, Ilaroldins Horton, Iteryl liar- i honor of claiming the atute presidency
- I rah, Marjory licsl, IVelle Oray. Pau
MOTOU TO HKItMlKTON
Mr. and Mr. C. tt. O'ImnM motored
tit lleriniMton today to vli.it at the
lioiiie of Miiyor and Mrs. F. I. Mi Ken
trie. Mra. McKenr.ie In the daughter ol
Mr, and Mra. o'tanirl.
iti.s-i-.Aitru cm n ricxics
Mem'iem of the Itcucaroh club and
llilr hubandn enjoyed a picnic Thurs
oiiy rvnnlnR at the Mission. They mo
tored to the spot and thirty-five (tiirsla
enjoyed a picnic supper and the camp
fire session which followed.
I.ITTI.B POX ItORX
Mr. and Mrs. Will Tiirchase nre re
relvlng coneTutiilatlons on the blrlli of
a seven and a half pound son. The
nem- arrival, horn on Wednesday, has
been named William llohert Purchase,
ItlCClTAI. IS ENJOYED
Of decided interest to music lovers
was the piano recital Kiven last even
ing ny the pupils of Mrs. Nellie Whit
ing Mclonald, at the Presbyterian
church. The recital as the last of a
series of four itlven this season by the
puolls of the McDonald studios.
Those on the program last evening
were Vera Leaf, Ruth Lester, Thelma
Morris, liura Elirabeth Woodward,
Pauline Scott. Martha Hosue, Evelyn
Ine Hice, Agnes jtelvall,
artlsoii and Ixiren KliiK.
Cl.l'lt HAS MEETING
The members of the Riverside
Nccillocriift Club met yesterday after
noon at the home of Mrs. Charles
Owen, with Mrs. Owen and Mrs. lc
wltt Warren as hostesses. The meeting
was most Interestlnn. a Riicsaluif con
test in which Mrs. Alex Manning "was
priae-winner being a feature. The
club members ami their families will
Picnic on Tuesday of next week at
Knclish prove, according to a decision
made at the meetiiiR.
of the Ladies of the U. A. It., Mrs.
Lorelta Williams ot Milton being tho
A traditional significance Is attached
to the coming convention us, I'cmMrtoi.
was the hostess city for the Mnte En
campment twenty-eight years ngu
when the Oregon oi'Hahliuitton of the
Grand Army of the Republic were
WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED.
The nuuriupo of Miss Josle M. Ox
loy, of this city and Rosele Smith, of
Curry county, was solemnized last
evening, with Judge Thomas Flu
Gerald officiating. Alger Fee was
best man. I'hc couple will make their
homo In Curry county.
Wild. HAVE HOOTU.
Members of the Girls Friendly So
ciety, upper division, are planning to
make articles which they will sell at
a Girls' Friendly Society booth this
HAXQl'KT WEDNESDAY EVENING
The most important social event of
the coming Grand Army of the Repub
lic state encampment and of the three
auxiliaries, the Ladies of the G. A. R.,
Daughters of Veterans and Women's
Relief Corps, to be held here June 14,
15 and 18, will be the banquet Wednes. j fall at the annual bnmr held by the
day evening at Cue Christian church.
It promises to le most enjoyable and
will be In honor of the visiting dele
gates. Following the Kmnuet. a ramp fire
session Is to be held with Dr. Fred
Ueuallen as speaker. Dr. Ueuallen.
who served over seas as captain In the
medical corps, was awarded the Dis-
HOPF'S ITSTAIPS SHOP
OF ORGANDIE AND VOILE
Styles that Posses Individuality
They Are Inexpensive.
Breezy, brisk and buoyant
plus an indefinable charm is all
hint at. . -
$12.75, $13.75, $16.50, $22.50 and Up
SEE OUR NEW HAND MADE BLOUSES
in French Voile and Organdie
women of the Church of the Redeem
er. The girls arc at work on a patch
work qtiilt which will be sold, and
they will make other articles as well.
PICNIC TO RE HELD.
The annual picnic of the Presby
terian Sunday school will be held on
Monday. June 13. All members of the
church and Sunday school have been
asked to attend. Each member Is to
furnish his own lunch, and the party
will meet at the church at 1(1 a. m.
Transportation will be provided.
WILL LEAVE FOR EAST.
" Mr. and Mrs. li. A. McDonald will
leave June 15 for Chicago where they
will spend the summer In study. Mrs.
McDonald will continuo the study of
composition with I-ouia Victor Soar
with whom she studied last summer,
and she will also do private piano
study with Josef Llievinne, famous pi
ano virtuoso and teacher.
Mr. McDonald will study with Leon
Snmetini, the noted Russian violinist
who Is at the head of the violin de
partment of the Chicago Musical Col
lege. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald will
return to Pendleton in time to open
their studio September 6.
IT'S A TOUCHY
Dut here's a SUBJECT
that will interest all:
LET US FIGURE WITH YOU ON YOUR
As in former years we will run no automubilo
delivery to the country. We believe that it is an
expensive custom, and the only conclusion that can
be drawn is that the customer pays for the service.
Most every rancher in the county comes to town
every so often, so why pay to have your groceries
delivered for you?
We have the largest and most complete line
of fine groceries in Eastern Oregon. Let us figure
with you. We think it will be to our mutual bene
fit. Think this over.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
PORTER PEACE BILL IS
TO BE DEBATED MONDAY
WASHINGTON, June U. (Herbert
W. Walker. IT. P. Staff Correspondent)
lllocklng at lanicndmcnta , to the
Porter peace resolution the measure
was adopted In the house by a strict
party vote. The resolution will be de
bated Monday, when it must be ap
proved or rejected in the form the for
eign affairs committee reported It. The
vote followed a sharp partisan debate.
THE SHOP OF IIKTTER VALUES
POINTS FAR OP M
Take a Book With You
We have an excellent assortment of all the latest
Popular Copyright books. Read:
THE BRANDING IRON
WILD YOUTH AND ANOTHER
AT THE VILLA ROSE
CHILDREN OF THE DESERT
THE MAN TRAIL
THE MAN OF THE DESERT
A DAUGHTER OF THE LAND
THE WINDS OF CHANCE
ALL PRICED AT EACH $1.00.
READ A BOOK A WEEK.
f SOU'S DRUG STORE
JUNEAU. Alaska, June 10. (A. I.)
Points more than 600 miles up the
Kilyma river of northern Siberia,
which had not been visited by traders
for four years, wero reached last sum
mer by a party of American traders
headed by Captain S. K. Gudmundson
master of the trader schooner Polnr
Itear, according to word received here.
The Hear left Nome, Alaska, June
27, 1920, sailed around the Siberian
coast and Kast Cai e Into the Arctic
and arrived at the mouth of the Koly
ma August 4. The schooner was
worked up the river 120 miles and
anchored while the traders took a
Ismail boat 890 miles farther up
"We were still 4"0 miles from tho
head of the river." Captain Onilmund
son said in writing of his trip to a
Juneau friend. "We found trading
very good as no boat had visited that
vicinity In four years 'and we soon
disposed of our wares and loaded up
with goods of the country."
I-ast winter the I'olar Hear and its
company was frozen in at the mouth
of the Kolyma, having failed in an
attempt to reach Nome before the Ice
Her cargo of furs and Ivory will be
taken to .Nome this spring and ship
ped out to Seattle
"Ulff.1IOX IS I'lUUPKIl
LOS ANGELES, Oil., June It. (A.
P.) Alimony rates for women seeking
divorce must bear their proper ratio to
reducing costs In other things, accord
ing to a ruling maue nere recently in
the divorce department of tho Los
Angeles county superior court.
Clothing and food are costing less,
tho court ruled, many men are earn
ing less and women who seek alimony
must confront themselves with the
sums suited to the new conditions.
The court announced the new ruling
with hesitancy, fearing an Influx of
petitions for reductions in alimony
union Ms set a year or two ago.
One lot of Wool Jersey Suits, navy and brown in col
or, size 40, 42, 44, regular $27.50, special $15.00
A large assortment of Georgette and Pongee Waists
and Blouses, they are all new numbers and worth
much more, our special price $5.85
Special Price on all plaid and stripe wool skirts. .
said that that was obviously a matter ' ANOTHKlt UOMUL "
upon which ho could not Tnako i pQb. NEW YOIIK, Juno 11. (A. P. j
lio statement. 1 .Pa bo Hutli slammed out his eighteenth
Mr. White declared there had been 10,"") run the seventh Inning
Ex-President Still Retains
His Keen Interest in His.
Party and His Country.
WASHINGTON. June It. -(A. P.)
Chairman George White of the dem
ocratic national committee, called up
on former President Wilson at the lat
ter residence today and discussed
various political matters and the con
dition of public affairs. Mr. Whlto re
fused to state specifically the matters
which were taken up.
"I can say this much, however," he
said. "Mr. Wilson retains his keen In
terest In all affairs affecting the wel
fare of his parly and his country and
ho still has the militant spirit which
characterized him as a parly leader
and a chief executive."
Itcplying to iiuesilons ns to Mr. Wil
son's physical condition, tho chairman
a great revival or spirit among nemo,
crate and a general disposition to get
The failure of the republican ad
ministration to keep Ha election prom
ises to date has put new heart and
hope In tho party everywhere," he
ItMJCE MARK INVESTIGATION
PORTLAND, June II (A. P.)-
The police. Investigating the death of
Harry Agee, who was stabbed In the
neck early today, Bald the Indications
pointed to an attack by a burglar
whom A seo surprised ransacking his
against Detroit today.
ItOMAINH mXl JVfcN SKKTKNCE.'
JtOHEUURO. June 11. (U. p.)v
I'loyd Homalne, charged with killing
Abe Glvcns, a .rancher, was found
guilty of murder In the first degree. '
The sentence will be given Tuesday,
When Irregular or suppressed us
Triumph Tills. Bafe and dependabla
In all proper eases. Not sold at Drug
Stores. Do not experiment with
fur "Itellef" and particulars, ll'i free.
Address: National Medical Institute,
others; save disappointment. Writ
at prices in reach of any one. We deem it a pleasure
to quote you the following prices:
7'.x9 Congoleum Rugs $10.75
6x9 Fibre Rugs, fast colors $6.75
Fibre Matting, fast color, per yard . . 75c
No. 1 Galv. Tubs $1.25
No. 2 Galv. Tubs $1.50
No. 3 Galv. Tubs $1-75
Padlocks, Eagle make 35c and 65c
Pocket Knives 25c to $2.75
Suit Cases $1.00 to $20.00
Wallace Bros. Knives and Forks, set $l-0
Table Spoons, set ... 55c
Tea Spoons, set 30c
Fry Pans 30c to 60c
Steel Spiders 90c and $1 00
Brooms 65c, 85c and $1.00
All New Furniture at Wholesale Cost.
Watch Paper for Our Tent Ad Next Week.
Use Our Repair Department
Yours for Service
Riley Sc Kemp
Quality Our Watchword MiU-fat-tkn Our Aim
HI NTING IS FINK.
8POKANK, June 11. (II. P.) E.
S. Dam a Colville wool grower, says
ho either has buck fever, myopia, or
was plain seeing double when up in
the Colville county recently.
What Dam saw was deer, deer, and
. "The hunting Is going to be out of
sight this year," declares Dam. , "I
moved a flock of 40(10 sheep through
that section, and I saw lots of sheep
besides my own. But boys, I'm here
to tell you. I saw as many deer as I
did sheep and that's some deer.
Clean your gun."
President Honors War Dead
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President Harding addressed thousands of gold star mother! as
sembled at Hoboken. N. J.. before the bodies of their fallen sons It wsa
a memorial service for the largest consignment of soldier dead from Eu
rope ever brought here for burial. There were 6112 bodies in U-e sal p.
ment . -
Fur wraps for the days which are
only cnilly have large loose ateeree
which, from the back, have an al
imost cape-like Wfect. Large collars
will prevail and molealua will be
tuoDK ai a giedlnny - - -
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