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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 14, 1021.
Social and Club News
X.K OHAXTlR FOUv Pirl( VOI'Xo I.A1HK8 HETITUN
Honoring .Mr. una Mm. Oeorne H. Minn Kmlly liohnert snd Miss Alva
Cutrf)1 of 1j Ornmle, who are In Pen- Pule who have been visiting in l&
dleton the guests of their daughter, j Dnwlf, the guest of MiM Mildred and
JUm, K. t(. Psrley, group of former; Miss Myrtle Hoyt have returned to
ineir nomes in uiu city. 1 hiring their
visit In the neighboring town the two
I irtmde folk enjoyed a plcn c Inst
evening t pretty spot near Mission.
The party motored out mid after tie
nir atnoner played games hy the light
of a t)it bonfire.
The guesis were Mr. and Mr t'lir.
rey. Mr. and Mrn. Parley, Mr J. T
nirhardwn, Mrs. Kln S. Morrison.
Mm iMUn IX Nash, rtev and Mr,
tieorre U Clark and win. James Clark,
Mr. and .Mr. Curre wtii return this
evening hy motor to their home In tdx
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Iji Orande visitors in Pendleton yes
terday were F. U Meyers, Misa Dor
othy Mvers and Alfred Myers who
were returning to their home after a
visit In Portland where r. Myers,
who Is cashier of the First National
Dunk of La Orande. attended the
hanker' onveniton. The party was
ace mpamed to Lm Grande hy Mrs. M
1- Cauey of Portland who will visit
at th Meyers heme.
RETt'RXS TO HOME.
.Mrs, Sam Jlandy. who was operated
upon two weeks ago at St. Anthony"a
hospital, has returned to her home.
MRS. WEI.tJ? RFTrRXS.
Mrs. T. B. Wells has returned to
Pendleton after a vlt In La Grande
with her dnuchter. Mrs. Louts IVetiel.
iiwai young tacliea were extensively en
tertained. WILL UCAVK ON TRIF.
AH, und Mr George firay ex
pect to leave tomorrow on an extend
ed motor trip, with Yellowstone as
their objective. They will he accom
panied hy their little daughters, pru
dence and Georgians.
L1TTLK DAVCHTKli PORX.
Mr. and Mrs. William K. Hansoom
are the parent of a little daughter
born last night. The new arrival is a
I granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Wl U. LEAVE FOR EAST.
Mrs. George I Clark and son.
James Clark, will leave r.n Thursday
for a visit In St. Paul, Chicago and
other Rastern cities.
SPENDS WEEK EXD
Mrs. J. T. Richardson spent the
week-end in I .a Grande as the guest
of her son, Harley Richardson.
MEDAL CONTEST WOX
The first gold medal contest under
the auspices of the W. c. T. L that
lias been held In Pendleton for the
past five years was held last evening at
II O I' F ' 8 VI'STAIPS SHOP
FOR THE WARM
We are showing
HAND MADE BLOUSES
Both French Voile and
of Organdie, Swiss & Voile.
Novelty Wool Skirts.
THE SHOP OF BETTER TAIDF.S
Special Low Price on
Take advantage of this opportunity
and buy for the future.
Extra large bar in the following odors. .,
Priced at each 10c
Per dozen $1.10
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
the Methodist church. Utttle eleven:
year old Kugenla Endlcotl was award-'
cd the medal. Her selection was "Lit-'
ll lilossom" or "Licensed to Sell."
The judges were Rev. '. A. Gressmnn,
Mrs. I. M. Sauldlng and'.Mrs. William
Untke. Following is the program:
Piano Solo Agnes Helvall
Prayer Rev. W, A. C.ressmun
Piano Solo Ruth Lester
Reading. Wait Till I Light a Clg". . j
Reading, "Two Glasses" . .Ethel Sulste!
Reading, "Jermiah and His Pa" ...
' Katherine Elliott!
Piano Solo . . .Thelnia Akey j
Reading. "Poor House Nan" ....... I
Katherine Dickson i
Reading, "Temperance lesson" .... I
Mary Poy Amoureux
Reading, "Little Hlossom" or "Li
cense to Sell" . , . .Eugenia Endicott
Piano Solo Thelma Morris
Reading, "The Fire" ..Eleanor Porter
Reading, "Independence Hell, lUi"
. . .Josephine H'adley j
Retirement of Jidi'es '
Piano Solo Charlene Endicott :
Reading Mrs. llernard
Reading Ruth Lester
presentation of Medals
Jlencdiction Rev. John Secor
I.ADIES AID TO MEET.
The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian
church will meet tomorrow after
noon with the following members as
hostesses: Mrs. Oeorge Ferguson,
Mrs. Anna Storie. Mrs. J. J. Hartley,
Mrs. Fred Searcy, Mrs. Willium Ed
wards, Mrs. Shepherd, Mrs. J. L. Ma
ry, Mrs. W. W. Green, Mrs. C. J.
Koch, Mrs. Trestrail. Mrs. Alice Xlun-
ro, Mrs. E J. Rurehill and Mrs. Hur-wood.
MISS WAGXER WEDS.
At a 10 o'clock wedding this morn
ing In the Church, Misa Leota Wagner
became the bride of Ernest Bell, with
Rev. v. A. Grossman officiating. Mrs,
Hert Warren, sister of Mr. Hell, was
matron of honor, and Mr. Warren was
best man. The ring ceremony was
used. After a wedding trip to Port
land Mr. and Mrs. Hell will make Iheir
home In Athena.
MISS WARXICK VISITS.
Miss Mary Warnlck is In the city
today from her home in I -a Grande, en
route to Walla Walla" where she will
attend the Rinehait reunion, which
will be held at Washington Park on
June 16, 16 and 17. Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. Rinehart of this city plan to at
tend the reunion on Thursdny.
Grandma V Cake's
In white, gold, fruit and devil, each 20c
Exeello Cake Flour in .vanillu, lemon and
chocolate, package 45c .
5 lbs, of Fine Coffee and one Pure Alumi
. num Percolator v $2.73
Cox's Gelatine, package 15c
Pium, package 20c
Ice Cream Powder," package 20c
Bulk Cocoanut, pound .... !)0c
Corned Beef can 23c; dozen cans $2.75
Phez Jam, 24 ounce tin 25c; dozen tins. . $2.75
Teaches, pears and apricots, can 23c
Caroline, it whips, 2 cans ................ 25c
Gorham's Whipping Powder, tin . . . . . 40c
WELCOME G. A. R.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
egntes are Oregon City, Newport and
All meeting places were beautifully
decorated with bounuets of Pendle
ton flowers today. The fiecoilulions
are the work of local committees.
MRS. PIXSOX HAS GU.ESST.
Mrs. Lou Pinson has as her house
guest Mrs. Sarah S. Boodley, of Port
land. Mrs. Bodley. who Is an officer
of the Women's Relief Corns is de
partment president of the women's
auxiliary of the United Spanish Am
erican War Veterans.
Mrs. WrLUAMS IS GI'EST.
Mrs. Nellie Gates Wiiilams of Port
land, and little Virginia Williams, are
guests at the home of Mrs. Williams'
daughter, Mrs. B. U Burroughs.
AVILLIAMSOX. W. Vn., June 14.
(U. vv'ar has broken out afresh
in the mining fields. The known cus.
uallies Include two strikers killed and
one state trooper fatally wounded.
The battle Is laid In the mountains
near the Lick creek tent colony, where
the striking miners have been living
for months. A party of troopers went
to the colony to arrest the moun
taineers known to have fired on an
automobile party and met with a hot
volley. They answered with machine
guns. The troopers then returned to
Williamson and organized a pnose and
returned to the fight. The battle still
The "Food-Drink" for A!! Ages.
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Sweaters for Cool
At Special Prices
These sweaters are in styles that will at once ap
peal to women who like sports things,' and at the
same time are very serviceable and comfortable. The
quality of the materials is especially fine. They
come in the popular colors. Regular price $13.00 to
$19.50, special price $7.50 and $10.50
G EXE, ore., Juno 14. !'. P.)-
days In the county jail blasted
the pride t-f 19 year-old James White,
om Masillon, Ohio, an attache of the
carnival company playing here two
weeks ago. He drank Iodine and It Is
doubtful If he will live. He was re
leased Saturday night after servlnt
five dilys ns a result of an alleged
night spent with a young local xrl In
a boxenr. He drank Iodine and was
found in a serious condition.
Flowers and Music Express
Esteem for Members Who no
Longer Meet as df Old.
AT ASTONISHING LOW PRICES
If you need a tent, now is the time as we are cleaning
up our third shipment.
8x108 oz. Wall Tents with ropes $11.00
8x1010 oz. Wall Tents with ropes $12.50
10x1210 oz. Wall Tents with ropes .,..$15.50
12x1410 oz. Wall Tents, with ropes $23.50
6x1410 oz. Tarpaulins $6.00
Camp Stools 75c, 85c and $1.00
Couch Pads, all cotton, 20 lbs., just the thing for
We sell hunting licenses.
Use our repair department. Charges reasonable.
Every piece of work guaranteed.
Yours for Service
Riley & Kemp
(jual it r Our WaMimml Kaili-ftM-thm Oiir Aim
Memorial services were the feature
of the meetings of the Lalies of the
i Grand Army of the Republic, the Wo
men's Itelief Corps and the Daughters
:of veterans at their aessions today.
The Ladies of the G. A, R. convened
this morning at the I. O. O. K hall
i where Mrs. Carrie Courter, of Port
land, conducted the memorial service.
rollowing the services, the work of
the order was exemplified. Each of
the 15 organizations of the Ladies of
U. A. R. in this state o.r represented
at the encampment here. The en
campment is the twenty-third annual
! 'Memorial service for 79 departed
members were held today at 3 p. m
jln',the Klks lodge room hy the Wom
en's Relief Corps. .Mrs. Jennie
.Sheard, chaplain, presided.
! A. K. liutli-r Kjx'aks.
J. K. Rutier, department comman
der of the fl. A. Kf, gave a talk and
among other numbers were solos by
Mrs. Raymond Hatch of Pendleton,
and Mrs. Kva Williams of Portland.
Each of the 44 state corps laid flow
ers on the altar In memory of the departed.
j State officers of the W. R. C. who
arc here are Mrs.' Cora McISride, of
; Portland, president; Mrs. Agnes Jo
jsephson, of Astoria, senior vice presi
dent; Mrs. Anna Rutier. of Gladtone.
junior vice-president; Mrs. Margaret
Decker, of Portland, secretary; Mrs.
;Sarah Hunkle, of Portland, treasurer;
;Mrs. Klizabeth Conaway, of Portlonl,
Inspector; Mrs. Jessie Nelson, of I,a
Grande, instructor; Mrs. Kheard, of
McMinnville, chaplain; Mrs. Anna
t'ladius, of Portland, press correspon
dent; Mrs. Alta Hohanshelt, of Port
land, senior aid, Mrs. Hazel McRrlde
Rann Is musician.
Past JrTlciitJ! Hfiy.
Keveral past presidents of the W. R.
C, are here. They are Mrs. Jennie H.
Higgins, also a past mitional secre
tary; Mrs. Minnie Horseman, also a
past national junior vice-president;
Mrs. Lizzie Smith, Mrs. Mary Hil
dreth. Mrs. Minnie I.alrd, Mrs. Hertha
iin'w Gilman, Mrs. Jennie Rentley
and Mrs. Mary E. Chamberlain.
The I laughters of Veterans, after
their sessions in the library this morn
ing, mi'.de plans for the presentation
of flags to the Pendleton Hoy Scout
troop . Presentation, says Mrs. Ros
si Sturdlvant, state presilent. will be
made at the campfire pest-Ion tomor
row night at tie Christian rhurch.
Tlirw Cities Nei-k I loo or.
Threi Oregon cities are seeking the
honor of entertaining the (S. A. It.
men. W. It. '., I. of V. and ladles of
the . A. P.. next year. The cities
which have sent au Invitation by del-
"WASHINGTON. June 14. (I. X. S.)
In' a proclamation Issued at Snato
Domingo by Rear Admiral S. S. Rob
ison, military governor of the domoni
can republic, the United States an
nounced its intention today of with
drawit)ft.the American military forces
from the republic as soon as the duly
constituted lomlnican government Is
ready to take over the administration
of its affairs. With proper cooperation
from the domlnicans, the proposed Insurgents
withdrawal will be accomplished with
in eight months, the proclamation
LONDON'. June, 14. (I. N. S.)
The American mission at Ku Chang.
China, has been wrecked by Chinese
rebels, according to news agency dis
patches from Hankow. The Chinese
looted and burned much
property. There were many Chinese
casualties hut no foreign casualties
A FREAK OF THE PUEBLO FLOOD.
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THREE SOUDERS ARE
TACOMA, Wnsh., June 14.-(A. P
Sergeant George W. Sharp and Pri
vate James Sparks and Carl Perrln.
Camp Lewis soldiers wer.- found guilty
by a Jury yesterday of the murder of
Karl A. Timlwj, Tacoma tnxlcnb driver.
Mnv 8. Private I'dwnrd Tlllon. the
fourth soldier Implicated, was found
Riilliy In a separate trial last week.
The Jury In the case of the three unl
diers, was out but J minutes, making
the shortest murder trial wllhln""Te
memory of court house officials. Not
one of the defendant was called to
testify. The Jury brought In a special
verdict for life Imprisonment Instead
of hanging and the stale had previous
l" ii greed to forego the plea for the
death penalty provided the defense
would not go Into details In cross ex.
amlnatlon and Introduction of evi
dence, therehv prolonging the trlnl.
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