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DAILY EAST ORE GO NT AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 16, 1921.
Social and Club News
i. It. MXI'AI.V wv.m
The weddlnir if M(k Ksther Innlx-llo
Itohhina of MiMlnntll and Jorrph H.
lfHialn of rendition wan solemnised
hl nlRlit in McMlnnvllle nt the home
uf Mr. and Mm. C K. itobhlns, accord
ing tu word received today Ity Pendle
lun friends of Mr. IVspaln. Thry will
rim l( their h'nno In I'cmlU'ton after
Minn Rnhhlns in a popular Mi Minn
vllln girl. 8he attended orcRon AkiI
ctilture Collcpo. Mr. IVspaln, at the
outbreak of the war, enlisted In the
"?th Canadian rntlment and saw much
nrtlve fighting overwaa. He is a
brother of Charles Dcspntn and Grovjr
Krlenda of Miss Marsnret IMIla, who
tMtrd recTiitly In Pendleton at tho
rmm of Tn and Mrs. Iinvld It. Hill.
Kill rrpn-t to ham that she la til and
t at the sanitarium nt bVwp take,
Wtphlnirtnn. Miss Dills, who tiiuirht
dramatics at Columbia College In Mil
ton during the past year, will after
her recovery leave for her home In
Virginia to spend the summer.
VISITORS IX FKNDI.ETOX
Professor and Mrs. C. M. Keefer are
visiting at the home of Mra. Keefer a
aunt, Mrs. Charles SI. Peacock. Pro
fessor Kwfer has Just completed the
work for Master Derrree at Willamette
University. This fall he will take the
rhair of Rlblical manager, which he
ecu pled for a short time the pant year
in the Kimball School of Theology at
Salem. After a few day visit here
Professor und Mm. Keefcr will to to
North Powder to visit Mra. Keefer'a
parent, Mr. and Mra. J. F. Sanders.
I1KRK FI!M LA (IIIAXPE
Mr. und Mrs. I. W. Faulk, Mr. and
Mra. una Nelson, Mr. nnd Airs. K. J.
Oliver and Freenian I.add are uiuoim
the I -a (ir.tnde people who attended
Ihe O. A. li. encampment here. Mr
Faulk. .Mr. Oliver and Mr. I.ndd all
aaw service In the daya of '61.
Mrs, Mary t.ne and daughter, Mis
Nova ljine, left tod-iy for Portland
where they will spend tho summer.
Mix Iine. who la principal of Ftelu
School, will attend tho rnlvcrslty of
Oregon Extension School. They will
return September 1.
MltS. HONNEY DKPAItTS
Mr. Charles Bonney left today for
Seattle where she will attend aummer
school at t'nlverslty of Washington.
Mrs. Bonney Is a member of the Pen
Cleton high school faculty.
MIL'S. ROBINSON" RETURNS
Mr. Clyde Robinson, ho ha been
visiting with relatives at Cove has re
turned to her home In Pendleton. -
VISITS IN I .A ORAXDE
Miss Lucllc McCrary left yesterday
for La Grande where she will visit
with her father. C. A. McCrary.
UOI'F'S UTSTAIPS SHOP
FOR THE WARM
We are showing
HAND MADE BLOUSES
Both French Voile and
COOL SUMMER FROCKS
of Organdie, Swiss & Voile.
SILK SKIRTS .
' Novelty Wool Skirts.
IPflWr THE SHOP OP BETTER VAfcCES
Special Low Price on
Take advantage of this opportunity
and buy for the future.
Extra large bar in the following odors.
VERBENA . ' '
WITCH HAZEL '
Priced at each 10c
Per dozen $1.10
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
Prices Worth While
On every piece of furn.ture in our store. We are at
your service and our prices are to your advantage. Dress
ers, flound Oak Dining Tables," Buffets, Book Case (sec
tional), Chiffoniers, Rockers, dining chairs, Breakfast Ta
bles, Ranges, Congoleum Rugs, Fiber Rugs, Trunks, Suit
Cases, Mattresses, Cooking Utensils, Pocket Knives, Bed
Springs, Cots, Dishes, etc., are all marked at money sav
ing prices to you.
Here are the prices we offer you on tents.
Why pay more?
8x10 8 ounce $11.00
8x10 10 ounce $12.50
10x12 10 ounce $15.50
6x10 10 ounce Trp .?&.$ 6.00
We pay freight on all out of town orders. Five per
cent discount on all cash purchases. We solicit your re
pair work and absolutely guarantee satisfaction.
Your for Service
Riley & Kemp
giuJHf Our MMiul
fcaUafac-Uon Our Aim
M11S. Jul N SOX CIIOKK.W
Airs. Winn Juhnmm of this -lly, u
ypalerdn.v choK'ii Kraml tramiiror of
tho ttriler of the yii.Hi rn stnr nt th
thlrty-sroond annual arsaion of the
invnd rlml'lrr which convened yenter
Jay In Portland t the Py tit lun Tern
)le. ttther officers elected were
Krunk Miller, of Albany, worthy
Riand patron; Mrs. Minnie LetHon, of
Ontario, worthy grand matron; Mrs.
Theresa Oastner, Huod Ulver. asso
ciate grand mutron; JuiIku iiurnclt.
Salem, usaoi'tntc Krand alron; Miss
Nellie McKinley. Portland, grand sec
retary; Mrs. Mary . Johnson, Pen
dleton, grand treasures; Mrs. Stella
K.. Iiake, Portland, grand conduct
ress; Mrs. M. Alice Ilurdctt, McMlnn
vlllo, as;oc:uto grand conductress.
Miss Andrea M. Scott, formerly a
nurse nt St. Anthony's hospital, who
Is in Pendleton (or the convention of
the Women's Kelicf Corps, Miss
Ueorgla Thorne and Miss Iiuni Dunn,
both Pendleton nurses, were respon
sible for a charming- courtesy extend
ed Hie Ladies of the O. A. K. during,
the state encampment. The three
fashioned dainty boiitounlers o( red,
white and blue flowers which were
presented to Ladies of the U. A. R.
Miss Scott Is now with tho New York
Life, Insurance Co.
MISS GHAT TO BH 1SUIDESMAID.
Miss Louise Cray, who ' with her
mother, Mrs. J. H. D. Gray visited re
cently In Pendleton at the home of
Mrs. Oeorgo Hurtmnn, wtll be brides
maid this evening at the wedding of
Miss Esther Maegly and John lter
nard Justice. The ceremonies will be
In Portland ak the Muegly residence.
Miss Gray and Miss Muegly are sor
ority sisters, both having been mem
bers of Chi tmcga at University of
HKItK FOR COXVENTIOX.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson were
visitors In Pendleton during the G. A.
H. encampment. They are farmer
Pendleton residents. Mr. Jackson hav
ing been In business here twenty-seven
years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson
now make their home In Portland.
HETURX FROM CALIFORNIA.
Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kasarl. of
Recdley, California, are In Pendleton
for a month's stay. They formerly
resided here and the return is for the
benefit ft Mr. Kusuri's health.
GIUSTS OF SISTERS.
Mrs. Henry Hill and daughter. Miss
Ruth Hill, of I -a Grande, are In Pen
dleton as guests of Mra. Hill's sisters.
Mrs. Henry Struve and Mrs. Anna Fur
MTPS MURPHY VISITS
Miss Edna Murphy has hern spend
ing a few days at Ihe Temple Brothers
form as the guest of her sister, Mrs.
MRS. BARR RETURNS
Mrs. Claud Barr and little daughter.
P-etty Jane, returned today after
visit In Portland and Salem.
The New Kitchen Cleanser, large pkg. , , . 40c
Steel Wool, Number 0 package" ..... 20c
French Gloss, box 10c
Chlorinated Lime, can 15c
Parson's Household Ammonia. . 45c and $1.25
Mrs. Stewart's Blueing, bottle 25c
Sani-Flush, can 30c
Market Baskets, each 20c
Auto Baskets, each 90c
Cotton. Mops, each 90c
O-Cedar Mops, each $1.25
Wash Tubs, Clothes Baskets, Water Pails,
Oil Cans, Pastry Boards, Aluminiun Percola-.
tors, Aluminum Kettles, Lanterns, Brooms,
Furniture Polish and Fancy Baskets.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 2S Only 1 Quality the Bett
GUEST OF, MRS. McKENNEY
Mrs. Fred MclCenncy of 715 Wost
Alta Ktreet hit asaher house guest her
cousin, Mrs. E. C. Rltter, of Portland,
Oregon Mrs. Rltter has been In Pen
dleton us a delegate to the U- A. It en
campment. . . f v .
WILL VISIT IN SPOlCAXiK.
Mr. aii'l Mrs. J. It.. McCook and
Mrs. H. W. -I'lckwHi'lcft this morning
on an 'overland pleasure trip to Spo
kane and other points. They will be
gone for several days.
WILL GO EAST
Mrs. George L. Clark and son.
I James, left today for a visit to Chi
cago and St, Louis.
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
Crow's Feet. Wrinkles,
ti. fimi annlication of Howard'!
The dullest, mov mki
is turned to radiant beauty and red or
rough nn.or arm- """,,., .iin
wh a vi't mere io hui .
of its use. It actually vanishes irom
s ght and tne mmi '" -
!?,. -. .,nM the least shimnesa or
greasiness of the skin. tmi.hled
No matter - ' .V'ut. iiuf-
with a wor compirj.i". r--rine".
around the eyes, crow s feet or
lines around mouth, or just a
roughness of ine tm.i. y . . .
caused by wind or sun, you ''.""d
these trouble, will a"'!yRd1,"8P
p"ir with the use of Howards Butter-
nniK cream. .,, . ...
f irrt class .'I lr,-: , :: 5,cre,m.
Insist on " " V." iee it
,.o other Cream can take Its p jce. u
you cannot obtain, send 10 cents i sll er
' r,.r generous trial pacsag
Z cram and Soap to.. Howard Hros.
Company. ." .VddI
falo, li. . ah '""-
S Vaiillla. Strawlwiry, Cliitt.tilatc,
5 Muple Nut, Orange hherbtt.
ALL KJMS l-tJ.TAI.,M
Merchants' Lunch 40c f
1 Quick Service 1
YARDS IN CITY CLEANED
The condition In which corrals and
feed yards are maintained In Pendleton
was a subject for discussion by the
city council last night. Consideration
of the mutter was caused by com
plaints received a week ago from resi
dents who declared that the condition
of some corrals wus very unsanitary
The report of the police committee
last night showed that the yurd on
Matlock street, which was the subject
of complaints it week ago, has been
thoroughly cleaned. Conditions are
very bad, the report showed. In the
corral of Hurvey Razcll, and the old
Htonry feed yard Is not keeping Us I
corral clean. The street commissioner
'Was authorized to take drastic action
to see that sanitary conditions are as
sured by the management of the place.
Tho new budget -law. npplying to
cities, was explained by II. J. Warner,
city attorney. A great deal of work
will be necessary to put the plan Into
effect, and tho council members are
acquainting themselves with the pro
visions of the measure, preparatory to
its use In the city government.
Ordinance No. "9 providing for the
raving of parts of Wauhington street.
Perkins avenue, and on Grant and Lin
coln streets was passed under suspen
sion of the rules, and authorization
was given for advertising fur bids.
A few drops of "Outgro" upon the
skin surrounding the ingrowing nail
reduces Inflammation and pain and so
toughens the tender, sensitive skin un
derneath thi toe nail, that It can not
penetrate the flesh, and the nail turns
naturally outward almoin over, night.
"Outgro'1 Is a harmless, antiseptic
manufactured for chiropodists. How
ever, anyone can buy from the drug
tor. a tiny bottle containing direc
PORTLAND, Juno 18. (A. PO
SY". H. lllrdHctl and J. A. Jones are un
der arrest charged with holding up
men playing cards last night In robins
of tho Union International Brother
hood of Boilermakers Tho pol.'ce
churged Jones was In tho room, and
Uirdsell walked lit clad In overalls,
wearing u mask, held up Ihe crowd
and ordered Jones to search tho men.
Hirdsell became frightened after four
dollars was obtained, said. tho police,
and fled, later returning without his
overalls and mask. The police said
they found a note in Jones pocket
telling the boilermakers the holdup
was a Joke and the meney would be
WASH INGTON. June 16. !. X. S.)
The war graft investigation was or
dered by the president to he extended
to cover practically all Individuals and
concerns who had dealings on a large
scale under contracts for supplies dur
ing the war period, Attorney General
laughcrty announced. "The books
will be laid wide open," ho said, "so
all persons and concerns can have a
chance to know who was Innocent and
who was guilty."
SEATTLE, June 1 . (. P.) Gov
ernor Hart commuted the'sentence of
Itfom White who was condemned to
hang M.onday, to life Imprisonment,
ixtmi with another boy killed a taxi
driver in Everett two years ago. Isom
Is ID and Ihe other boy 14 years of
age. It Is claimed White has the mind
of a 14 year old boy. :
.Yi-:;oTi.vrrox ark iu-x;rx
WASHINGTON. June 1 (A. P.)
Direct negotiations have been liegun
between tho I'nilcd Mates and Japan
for the settlement of the pending oues
tions. Including Yap, Immigration,
alien land ownership, and the return
of Shantung to China by Japan. Nego
tiations arc conducted by Ambassador
Shldehara and Secretary of State
Hughes. , "
HAY THINKS CUSTER
WAS KILLED'BY MEN
DISCIPLINED BY HIM
JMCMSKNT TOKJSNS TO VILLAGE.
HIXGHAM, England, June 1(. (A.
P.) A bronze bust of Abrahiuii IJn-
coln and a bronze plactiue of his Get-
tvshurir snenrh tndnv were nreserfled
on behalf of the American brunch of I
the Hulgrave Institution, to the village j massacred
or Hinghum, whence the ancestors oi
Lincoln are said to have sprung.
BANK ROBBERS CHASED
ACROSS COLUMBIA AT
JEROME, POSSE PURSUES
COI.VILLE. Wash., June 18.
'A. P.) Three men believed to
bo the robbers who looted tho
Addy tato Hank of $3.'io on
Kalurday, crossed the Columbia
river at (Jerome early this mora- .
ing with the posse about three
hours In the rear,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR. RENT Down stairs front apart
mcnt furnished close In also well
furnished ileeplng room. Phone 348-M.
y j u!i)iiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiUtiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii:itiI
FOR RENT 2 room furnished apart,
ment Inquire J. H. Estes.
W. H. Hay, formerly a mem-
bcr of Co. E, uth Illinois Cavalry
and the only veteran of the regl-
tnent in Oregon, has an explana-
tlon of a possible cause of the
death of General Custer that Is
not usually given in the hlstorl-
rail accounts of the death of the
picturesque figure In American
military annals. Mr, Hay served
under Custer In Texas.
"An order agHtnst fnrnglng
food was given while wo w'ere In
Texas," he said In talking about
his service. 'There were two
boys In our outfit who wanted
some meat and they went out
and got a shoep and paid for It.
Custer caught them, though,
when they were returning to
; camp, and Jie refused to believe
that they had bought and paid
for the animal.
''The pulr were punished by
being suspended by tholr thumbs
with only their toes touching the
ground. They were held In this
position for 12 hours. When
they were released, they swore
that they would get even with
Custer. All trace of them was
lost until a reunion of the outfit
was held In Ncbruuka, and the
men wore, the.ro oivthc outside,
looking for Custer. They were
living with the Sioux Indians. I
have always believed that they
made good their threat and that
the bullets that - killed Custer
came from rifles held In the
hands of his former troopers.
Cuslcr wus it rogul.-r martinet,
and those boys li'iled him eniftigh
to kill hint, and they followed
him Ion? eniuKh that I mil of
the opinion thut they finally
shot hffii when his forces was
at the J.Ullo Rig
So easy to drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing habit
No-To-Huc has helped thousands to
break the costlv, nerve-sip rterlng to
bacco ha'.lt. Whenever you have
longing for a smoke or chew. Just
place a harmless No-To-I'ac tiblqt In
your mouth Instead. ll desire stops.
Mhortly thn habit Is completely broken,
and you are better off mentally, phy
sically, financially. It's so easy, so
simple. Get a box of No-To-Bao and
If It doesn't release you from all crav
ing for tobacco In any form, your
druggist will refund your money with
Sweaters for Cool
At Special Prices
These sweaters re 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
U t, v
SHOW HER YOUR BANK BOOK
Trie young woman who takes
the chance of tying her future with
yours has practical, serious prob
lems ahead. No doubt you want to
provide for her comfort and happi
ness but good intentions will not pay
for a vacation, a pleasure trip or
comforts that mean so much.
Show her your bank book be
cause she has a right to know what
you have been doing with yo'ur
money and what efforts you have
made to provide for a home.
Show her your bank book for .
your own good. It will bring home
to yqu the need of practical man
agement of your income and time. It
will strengthen your resolution to
save and provide for her.
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregoiiian Printing Department.
Go Fishing Sunday
At 6 O'clock
Before leaving, place your Sunday dinner in an
IDEAL FIRELESS COOKER and your dinner is
ready to serve on the fable when you return home.
You can cook your meats,' potatoes, vegetables
and dessert. You have four large compartment? all
working at the same time without the cost of apcn-
ny for fuel of any kind.
We are placing our $38.50 Ideal Fireless oker at
a special for only $28.00. See it in our wmdow.
101 E. COURT ST.