East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 13, 1921, DAILY EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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DAH.7 EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, 1921. -
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Social and Club News.
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Misses Myrtle snd Mildred Hoyt Mrs. J. H. D. Gray, of Portland, who
were charming hostesses, Tuesday In In I'endleton us the guest of her
evening at a lawn puny given in tion-j daughter, Mn. (.leorge Hartman,
or of their house guii, Miss li va' honored In charming wnyon Satur
dale and Mm Kmily iK.hm-rt of 1'eu-jday when Mrs. V. F. Matlock enter
dleton. The lawn ami house were ar. ! tallied with a luncheon at Hotel Pen-
tlstlcslly decorated with Japanese lan
terns. The even.ng was speni In games,
and dancing, I.ater refreshments were
served. "I
Guests were Thelms. Choate, Carol j
(ilenn. Hcrnlce Thompson, Wilma
Hwitzler, Ruby Shirley, (ieiie Work-! Mary Uine.
ileton. link roses centered the tahle
at which covers were laid for the hon
or guest, Mrs. I-e .Moorhouse, Mrs, H,
K. nickers, Mrs, Alfred Lockwood.
Mrs, Kllen , Hond. Mrs. William
niakeley, Mrs. J. F. Kohinson and Mrs,
man, Hemice toflnnd. Myrtle Harlatid
Merle Oeorce, Marjfirte O'Brien, orsen
Krsnt, N'cal Smith. Wright Christie, R
R. Christian, Arthur Tlnlscn, Show-
alter Lynch, Murray Kingwell, Ted
1-arsen. Foster Sims John Henderson.
Harry Stiodgrass, Hill Hoyd, Lloyd
Harnwell, and Waldo Stoddard. L
(irando Observer.
I .A ORAN'DE COIPLK WET). '
At an afternoon ceremony yester-
Pnllowing luncheon, the guests en
Joyed a few hours of music at the Mnt-
Wk n urt me nt a on Garden street. A
delightful numlier was' the "Minuet,"
sung by Mrs. Lane.
KrDlNO IS SOL.EMX17.Ed
Miss Anetta C. Hrown and Clifford
11. Carey, both of Pendleton, were
married yesterday at an early morning
ceremony held in the Presbyterian
mane, tilth Hev. George U Clark of
day In the Presbyterian manse, rVter j f ictating. The ring" service was used.
lC1air ami Miss Avia Estella, both of The bride chose for her wedding gown
I.a Grande, were un.ted In iiiarre a pretty summer .'rock of pink and all
Hev. George U Clark officiating. The
ring ceremony waa used.
The bride wore a pretty gown of
white organdy and her shower bou
quet waa of roses. Guests far the
ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Nelson,
Misa Martin and Mrs, Hay Rnell who
motored from 1 A Grande with Mr 1 jp-
Clalr and Miss Estella. After a wed-'HKTl HX FROM FESTIVAL
ding trip to Walla Walla, Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. and Mra. Frank Qreullch, Le-1-eClair
will make their home in Lahore Greulich and KvelyiJ Greulich,
Grande. They wer friends of Hev. ! ami Mrs. Mary Light have relumed
CIsrk's during ! " Vastorate In La from Portland. They motored down
Grande a few years ago. for the Rose Festival and' a week's
tarried a shower houiiuet of roses.
,The attendant were Mr. and Mr.
G. II. Keller, at whose marriage last
December Miss Hrown and Mr. Carey
were the attendants. After their
wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Carey will
reside in Pendleton.
HPSr BEKS To MEET
I he Husy Hee of the Maccabees i
will meet tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. P. W, Dayton.
Tbiee timely suggestions by Mi's. A.
J. Sullivan have been made for a new
name for Cabbage Hill. "Pioneer
Trail" would be good Mrs. Hnlli,-,,
thinks, or the hill might be i-han.i
to either "drive'1 or "Way." She ex-'
pressed the opinion that not lieautv of!
name o much as historical ' signlfl-'
canoe abould govern any change1 made, I
LA f!RA.VTE Gt'ESTS HERH
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Carrey mo
tored over from their home in La
Grande and are the guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. I Joy Farley. Mrs.
Farley la the daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
Currey.
visit with relatives.
MRS. LA DOW RETCRXS '
Mrs. W. C. IaIow has"" retitdned
from Corvallls after sojourning for a
year with her son, Irving La Dow,
-Mrs, Ladow is one of the early Pendle
ton pioneers.
'Evelyn Nesbit in, Her Tea Shop
Dressed In a aioiple gingham gown, Evelyn Nisblt peraonally attends
er guests la the tea shop she has opened in New fork. The former wife'
t Barry K. Thaw has quit the vaudeville stage and devotes all bsr Urn
to the bttl tea shop In the heart ol the theater district.
UOH"S CFSTAIP1 SHOP
FOR THE WARM
SUMMER DAYS
We are showing
HAND MADE BLOUSES
Both French Voile and
' Organdie.
COOL SUMMER FROCKS
of Organdie, Swiss & Voile.
SILK SKIRTS
Novelty Wool Skirts.
Tim SHOP OP IIETTfMl VAIVES
Take a Universal Outfit
ON YOUR OUTING TRIP. : , ' : :.
We have just received a' large assortment of out
ing grips, also many different styles of universal
bottles, from pints to half gallons.. We are agents for
the 4iFcrrostat" the unbreakable bottle and will
keep litjuids hot or cold for forty-eight hours. No
outing trip is complete without one, let us demon
strate them to you.
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MRS. CAUHAK To SPEAK..
The Hccomulishmeiua of (h Ore
gon Federation of Women's Clubs,
Which met in anniinl ronventiou hi
Pendleton May 81, Juno 1, and J.
will he aet forth with those of the fed-
eratluns of H other Western states ty
Mrs. J. K. Chun-h, ureaiileSit of the
Nevada Federation, at the General
Federation of Women's Olubs which
meets In Suit Lake this week.
Mrs, Ida B. Callahan. Mate nreal-
dent. will be one of the speakers in the
symposium Friday afternoon under
the topic Af "Huitding the West," her
particular topic being "Music." In
which she will discuss some of the
more noted musics ns and mus'ml
compositions that have come out of the
west. ., , .
LEAVES FOR BRIDCEWATRll $
Mrs. Jiisnes Johns of Pendleton,' a
prominent society and clubwoman who
has many friends here, left Inst week
Tor Bridgewater, S. D.. to visit rela
tives. Mrs. Johns entertained several
Portlnnders during the recent club
convention In Pendleton. .he gave a
breakfast In compliment to her house
guests, and was assisted by her daugh
ter. Miss Mary Johns, and by Miss
Kat Stanfield. -Portland Oregonian.
PICTURES APPEAR
Yesterday s Portland Oregonian con
tained a picture of Mrs. David B. Hill,
of Pendleton, who is in Portland as
the gilest of her sistcr-in-law, Mrs.
uohert N. Stanfield. and a ulcture of
Mra. Donald P.obinaon (Marjorie Wil
liams) whose wedding was a recent
Portland event. Mr. and Mrs. Robin
son returned yesterday after their
wedding trip.
MRS. LESTOE ENTERTAINS
Mrs. Frederick Ijiwrence Lestoe
(Harriette Johnson) was ho.stesa yes
terday at a luncheon at her home on
Maple street. The event of the day
was the announcement of the engage
ment of Miss Gladys Ferrall to Al
bert G. Clarke Jr. of Rend. The table
decoration waa in yellow. Portland
.iJregoniun.'
GRAPl'ATES FROM RIIEMS HALL.
Miss'Olita Sullivan, daughter of J.
P. Sullivan, of Milton, was graduated
from Rhems Hall, hi Eugene, June 3.
Miss Sullivan is a niece of lllrs. l.eona
Rust and a cousin of Dr. 'and Mrs.
Martin Dunlevey of Portland. She
will spend the summer in Milton and
will enter I'nlversity of Oregon this
tail.
GUESTS AT LOW-ETA, HOME.
-Mr. and Mis. J. K. Butler of Glad
stone, are guests of Judge and Airs.
Stephen A, Lowell during the O. A. R.
encampment. M Butler is depart
ment commander of the G. A. R. Mrs?
Lowell's sister, Mra Curtis, who makes
her home lit Wisconsin, married a
school mate of Mr. Butler.
RETURN" FROM PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tallman return
ed from Portland where they Attend
ed the Rose Festival. They went to
Portland to attend the wedding of
their son, Folsom Tallman, and Miss
Pearl Rankin, who were married
June 1. . .
SCHOOL HAS PICNIC
A deligbxful picnic marked the close
of the ten months term of the Cayuse
school on Friday. Mrs. Ida Ghormley,'
teacher, and her pupils, enjoyed a pic
nic unch and played games afterwards.
Plum, Peach and Blackberry, 24 ounce tin ...25c'
. Libby McNeil & Libby Corned Beef,' tirt ...'..'.:...25c
Dozen... '. $2.75
Peaches, Pearjj and Apricots, tin 25c
Case of 24 '...;..;....; ...$5.75
I?est Cane Sugrar, sack ..$9.2
Golden Rod Washing Powder, large package.. 25c
'Milady Toilet Soap, 20 bars .....$1.00
Saltsd'Peanuts, 3 pounds ,1 50c
Devoir's Health Bread,' loaf .....20c
C6untry Bacon, pound ?. V 35c
Country Ham, pound 40c
Cbuntry Shoulder, pound V 25c
Country Bacon Backs, pound 35c -
Cocked Food Sale Tuesday by Ladies cf ,
Baptist Church.
Gray Bros. Grocoy Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality rthe Be t
CHILD, TRAINING AT HOME
SHOP
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' 57j7nl ssuaasls). -WsfT ,
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Plaid and Strijped
Wool Skirts
pLadcloth j!rj 'Jersey feport Jackets.
Another Shipment.of Pongee Tailored Waists
- fv , : ' .": at,$5.85. .
"I don't want to cet un. I'm Kolnir
o stay ahed this inoi-nlnK. I In sl k."
came the grumpy call from the boy of
the hoJSe.
Neither opitositlon ' nor argument
waa cfi'ereil liy the wise mother. She
ignored the remark und merely spoke
over the lianlster to her hnshand he
low. "Did you say. Daddy, that those
of the children who were ready on
time could ride out to see 4 he circus
unload?" ' -" '
Two hare feet slapped to the floor
and a smiling hoy In rood 1 health
m.ule a prompt Hppearance at brenk-
I'awt."
In another case "I hat to sell
HERB FOR COXVBNTION...
1 Mrs. Mary E. Stansberry of Inde
pendence, is a truest at the home of
her sun, J. E. Stansberry.
tending the Ladies of the
convention. , ' '
thoURht. "Let's get ail the' stonos we
can find and build a Kute-post. Father
will fix the cement and help Us when
he ijets home." The garden plot was
searched for every itoiie and a won
derfully fine piece of work was ac
complished there before the father
returned,
.Many fine arts and homely accom
plishments are recognised with honor
for Boy Scouts 'and Camp Fire (Hi Is
which provide motives within their
vision. However, the motive must te
a right one, and not of the kind one
mother offered in holdliur un a Iwentv
five cent piece to calm her boy in Itis ' stitninor university courses
fit of temper. It was an easy way to
J
While for the moment the project, at Clrennhlc. For tho present ihmj
applies only ts the I'vl' -d Hlal.-s Its Installed at tin University, of
hacker, hope ev ent ..ally to have it ex- t 'l1'' ''.'"f 0,1 foreiKn ,
' V students during their summer vaca-
tended to all of the South A meiican tlons to employ profitable theh tlma
countries where there are large. Itnli- following the best -oiilse Ihntvths
Bit c.donles. I h,an unlwrsltles liavo to Offer, i
iii-nt-iH, was I lie ii riiaoin reply 10 I lie iQ-- .i , .,, fl,H t...
mother's request. : -' ' ' Pame freouent. That bit of silver
"These are stanum. John, not tick , . ,
, . iiiukiii, iiu,o u i oiii,l,niil iii,,i ii ui -
els. Kvery one you sell gives) food ',.,.,, , Kn.i r .t... ,.,.i. r..-
for a day to a starvins little Chinese ( or monh wnn n
- " ''' DM us a nllnwA1 tt iiniu tadt In
Visions of a black-queued laundry ,lim, way , c,lu, woul(, have WliVneii
man who had given John a nut arose . ,., , iir.i- ..i
in the boy's mind. 'So it's saving 1 ' , , , , ' ,
Chinks," was the boy's wording of M I "r " nor r"
motive, and with sest he sold eight ",ur ,np Attr,r" """ ",.,.t
dollars' worth of the three-cent taen !' b,lt 'f .,Bh' un "IPt with
stamps. 1 I'uuii ,iuii, wiiutii iu ,
The mother who can supply motives l" "i,....ii mm u ...... ...
In place pf arguinent finds a harmony P"'1"- To h "ble ,, fflr 11
in her home that rener-lea nr. ma,fl niotlvo for action Is One Step
which ill its turn Is a strong factor in ,"""'! happy home harmony.
promoting gooit neuitn. onstant rnc- j
The second liroject fur Inciasing
Italy's educational relations Villi for
eign countries, and especially with
North und South AmerlrH is being
carried out under the suspire of the
minister of education.
It provides for. the lii.-dllulloii of
for for
eign students much airing the sate
line lis those maintained in Finnic
SHICHESTERJS PILL!
W jr-. . Tilt dioni naANa.
t in. i. n -A b.i a M
u mm MMn Hup
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Khvplisncwj. Toil enn't sleep )h
tho stillest night. If your digestion Is
bad. Take Hood's Hnrsiipnrllln It
strengthens the stnmsrh and estab
lishes that colli! il Ion in which sleep
regularly comes and Is tweet nnd re
freshing, "
UR.C.ILDAY !
ItiynMMM sjhI fhirfosa
(Maofuub
llooms 31 and S Bmllh-Crawfori
Iliilldln.
Tslsphons T4 ' Rsa. 1II-R
tion reacts upon the physical -condition
of the members of the family.
Many pleasures and joys are due
the children, yet It is only right that
they should share in a simple wuy the
burdens and responsibilities that go
P. P. Clnxton, Federal Commission
er of Kducation, has Said thst during
the year 11)2, the American people
spent more for luxuries than they
have spent on education In the entire
hlHtory-of the country. '
This nation, with Its vast resources.
to make for comfort In the home, jean well afford to provide all of Its
Wlie re a, mature mind ran vision the children with every educational ad-
needs and outcome of the work re
quired, a child can see only the irk
some task to be accomplished nnd
often must be provided with a motive.'
At one time when a new garden
plot was ploughed many atones were
turned up. The father of the family
left word in the morning for the chil
dren to-toss out the stones after
school that day. It was -easy work for
a while, but soon the Interest fragged.
Huddenly the oldest boy had a happy
vantage, -beginning with the kinder
gartsn, and when we come to' recog
nlr.e In prevalent wares of crime, an
archy and unrest, the trsgic results
of neglecting the Impressionable years
of childhood, th kindergarten will be
considered a necessity, not a luxury,
Full information But sdvire con
cerning th establishment of kinder
gartens may be secured from the Na
tional Kindergarten Association, S
West 40th Street, Xew York City.
NEW YORK, June f3. (U. ,P.t)-
The striking marine engineers rejected
a proposal for nettlcnjent of the na
tionwide marine strike, which began
on May 11th. The proposal,, offered
through government mediation, con-
f?he Is at- i tained a provlsloh for a IS percent
. A. .
OVESTS OF SISTERS.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Breding and
children, of Haines, Oregon, are
guests at the homes of Mrs. Hreding's
sisters, .Mrs. Peter Pohl and Mrs. O.
R. Strahorn.
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RETURNS TO ATHEXA
Mrs. E.- A. Dudley who has been
visiting at the home of her sister Mrs.
Will Peterson for the pst week has
teturned to her home In Athena.
LEAVE FOR RIETH
ir. h. ij. Lannrtim, Who Has need
visiting her mother Mrs. H. R. Manna,
of La Grande, has returned to her
home in Rieth. r
MISS FI'RNISII RETI'RNS, ' ...
Miss Blanche FurnlHh returned yes
terday from Corvallis where she was
a student at OyA. C. during the past
year.
RETI'RNS TO PENDLETON .
Mrs. R. O. Bennett who has been
vlKitlng with friends In La Grande has
returned to her home In Pendleton.
wage reduction. Engineer's represen
tatives, after voting down the proposal,
forwarded it to Washington.
nut
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HiLLHOlLAND S HOUGH
1400,000110
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Babeluth
has nothing on
PostToasties
the superior corn flakes
TrWy're baththere
at the home plate
S3y3 JJrtL
WALLACE, tifil-, June 13. -James
F. Callahan Is dead from paralysis.
He was a pioneer mining man of
(,'oeur D'Alene. Callahan was In ex
cellent health Friday. He suffered a
HHiI.oimi om, recently through alleged
fbrreries of hoods from the firm of
Millholland and Hough,
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CLEVELAND, Jup JlS.-fA. P.H
Four women are. formally .'charged
with the murder of Daniel F. Kaber,
who was stabbed 24 times by ' hired
assassins In his Lake wood home two
years ago. Mrs. Ermlna Colmito, a
midwife, made the startling revelations
that Mrs. Eva Catherine Kaber, the
widow, and Marian McArdle, her
daughter and Mrs. Mary Brlrkel,
mother of Mrs. Kaber, were concerned
In hiring two assassins. She ytald the
assassins were permitted to go through
the house before the murder to get the
location of the rooms, and that Marian
McArdle played the piano to, deaden
the noise of their footsteps. .,
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SHOES
Reirulation Army Rtwsetts $7.50
Officers Dress Shoes, plain toe , $6.25
Officers Dres.4 Shoes rubber heels , $6.50
Regulation Navy Shoe?, black ; $7.50
Chocolate Marching Shoes ...$5.85
These are henvy solid leather shoes without hob .
: nail3, guaranteed to wear longer than trench shoes.
Other Work Shojs at X $5.85
1:: ii.ch Hi Cut Shoes .v , $9.85
Li dies' Hikers .' $6.85
Solid Leather Cordovan Finish Puttees.... $7.50
HIP, RUBBER BOOTS $5.00
GUARANTEED QUALITY SIZES 7-10
CANNED GOODS.
Fine Quality Paeon 2:tc III; 12 lit. inn, 12.7.1
Speclnl prices on large quaiitltiNH. .
Roast Pcef and Corned Pecf, per can , , Vo
Pest Corn in town, 'i csns - 3.v
Del Monte Peaches. No. t 1-2 ran .'
Del Monto Hnralf Sliced, 2 1-2 csn .',
Del Monte Tomatoes, No. 2 1-i inn 20c
You know, the tirand.
SALMON, 1 POUND CAN 10c
& Mavy- Sales CO.
t 516 Main Street; j ; . .
PHONE 861
Army
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(ITnltcd States Staff Correspond Kilt)
HOMIC, June 13. liiglnning his
yar with students from the Cnited
Htales, Italy will Inaugunite a system
jof educational exchange which later
j will be extended to llraxll,. Argentine I
and otner Kouth American countries.
I Two'dlfferent projects, will bo put
.into operation this 'Summer both
' ' tending to Increase educational reU-
, (tlons between Italy and foreign coun-
CIIICAfiO, June 13. (I. N. 8.) tr'"' ' t
Skylight 1.mdlts entered the Wabash i Th 'hee projects wilt bo a
garage early today, slugged the watch-j"firle" f vMt to 1Ul of I,ull"
man and escatied with I3oftil in cashi'""" l"" maies, consisi-
anti fiiaii in ncgotiaoie enccss and se- j
cunties.
peeled to live. The bandits entered '.
ind escaped through a skylight.
x x n x
ing largely of those who have been
The watchman Is not nunan parents or win.
went to tnc r. s. ipiite young wBh
I o'-ir emigraung parents and wlio us
ja fonsViiuence know little about their
(native (country.
This project which was , worked
join by Ambassador I.plunill-Itlcrl, j
jwho secured for It the financial sup-1
port of the' leuding.' Italian bankers. I
Ions have furnished the
ry for Inaugurating and
g put the project. A correct
. . ' jHpeuklng and writing kbowbdge of
., Itallun Is jrequ(red from all student
ri'OKAXB, June 13. (V. V.) The I applicants, as one of the objects or
reil nation of W. P. C,. Harding, sov-jthe project Is to enconrnge Italian
er ior of I lie federal reserve hank and nmlgrujits In -foreign countries to la
the bouiJ of d rectors of the federal j struct their children In their ' nutlve,
reserve lmrd. is asked in sn open Jet- ilangunge. All of the purtim will be
fer to S- i. ili r K. V. Lad, I of Washing- taken to the (ending historical, Intel-
Itnii l. c, y n,e nntlonal non-purtls- bftnsl, ait and Industrial centers of
an lMiii convention hers, yssjerday, -Jtaly, . . .. .
port or t ne tei
OUST W. 0. G. HARDING
jffl 111 Foods :
1 Are.-...:''
vi . , . Saved
The food-saving and the icc-f,aving' qualities of
the Automatic is what makes the price of this famous
Refrigerator so LOW.
foods
Cold and absolutely, dry air will keep your
from "sweating" and spoiling.
Eight walls of Insulation will ivuike a deep cut in
your ice consumption. ' '
All sizes allprices with and without water
coolers. " v
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
m:l COH1IT ST.
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