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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 24, 1021.
Social and Club News
t-KAXON l.-i QIIKT AIUUVK FROM PORTLAND ilSKTl'RN TO HOME.
The mim weather him caused a lull Mrs. J. X. Harness, Miss Madclinel j rs. Henry Hill and daughter. Mini
lit Pendleton Horliil circles and the Huigcssand Ralph Burgess arrived in j Until Hill, who have been visiting
wion In rather unlet. Willi the ex- i Pendleton yesterday anil are at tin- Mrs. Hill's sisters, Mrs. Annu Furnish
ipllon of n few church swlrties and Hursoss residence, 1113 Jackson street. IUH siR, Homy Struvc, will return to
ilillm, no meeting are being held and j Mrs. Burgess and .Miss Itursess have their homo tonight. An additional
the tiiajol Ity of the rlnli calendars mc I icon at Seattle where the latter attend- Ul1i 0( Mrs Furnish Is hor mother,
cloned for the summer months. The I od I'ntvorsity of Washington, while i..s 1 Stevens of llieklelun Wash '
I Mr. Unifies has heen In Eugene at 1 ineton
, I'nlvorsity of tneson. He will go east
irr,"ri;-',:.r,','ir"1 l.he ur,rn l frabikk i.vxkw vouk
leiuity, ul tho national convention.
I'eiulleinn Women's Cltih however, has
not concluded lis program and a meet
Inn l to he held next Thursday altcr
I'lioii In tho county library.
Evening picnic parties are popular
Mid Mfh evening motorists drive to
t'sbliage Hill. Mission and other spots.
The tioKlunliiK of July will be marked
by a general exodus for the beach and
muh. M ini honored
Mrs. A. If. P.udd, who w ill lesve soon
lor Colorado to Join Mr. Rudd, was
honored yesterday at a reception f ir
which members of the Rapiist Ladies
Aid were hostesses at the homo of
Mrs. li V. Meyers. About twenty
guests were present nnd spent the aft
ernoon In needlework and chatting.
Mrs. Movers was assisted in serving
by Mrs. Fred Marsh. Mrs. Walter
Jones Nnd Mrs. F. 1.. Ingram.
A farewell Rift was presented Mrs.
P.udd by the society, the presentation
being made by Mrs A. F. May. Mrs.
Itudd has been very active in church
work and her many friends greatly re
gret her departure from Pendleton.
WH1. VISIT SONS
Mm J. 3. Harris, of Salem, who ii
In Pendleton as the guest of her
rViughter. Mrs. Claude l?arr, will leave
cn Monday for Shoshone, Idaho, to
spend two months visiting her sons.
surprise is given'
Mis. Thomas Robertson was honor
id by u surprise party last oeuuiti ...
the home of Mrs. Fred Fraxier. The
occasion was Mrs. Robertson's birth
day and the affair was given by the
Jolly .Vine club of which she is a mem
ber. Mrs. Robertson received a lovely
cm gla.ss bowl. Refreshments were
served and the evening was spent in
needlework and chatting.
MISS BROOKS DEPARTS.
Miss lieinice Brooks, who has been
tho guest of Miss Kvclyn .McCormmaeh
loft today for her home in Wapato,
Washington. Miss Brooks has been
in Pendleton for the past week, since
her return from Washington State
College, where both she and Miss Mc
Cormmach have been
Pendleton friends of Miss Kffio Jean
Frazier received word today that she
lias reached New York. Miss Franier
expects to remain in the East for a
Wll.l. VISIT l.AKK
Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ryan will leave
July I for Wallowa Uike to spend a
month. TJiry will visit in Joseph al
so, at tho home of Mrs. Ryan's par
cuts. Wll.l. SPEND SIMMER.
Mrs. II. 1). Jouez and Miss Norma
Alloway expect to leave July 1 to
spend tho rcmaiiu'er of the summer
LEAVE FOR SPOKANE
Mr. aud Mrs. George Hartman, Mrs.
J. H. D. Gray and Miss Louise Gray
left this evening by motor for Spokane.
STOIOI does i:.vm.gi:.
DAYTON. June 2L (IT. P.) A se
vere windstorm laving the wheat low,
attending J destroying the Huntsville warehouse.
and doing damage to trees visited Co
lumbia county yesterday afternoon.
MRS. JONKS ILU
Mrs. Henry Dixon Jones is
her home oh Jackson slreet.
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(Continued from page 1.)
There was no hail reported on the
Auslors Caught 111 Storm.
Sol Pauni and R. A. Rudd were
caut in the storm yesterday after
noon 011 a fishing trip. They went up
the river in tho morning, caught the
limit, and at noon went to Bing
ham Springs to eat lunch. The
strength of the storm seemed to be
spent over Weston Mountain, where
rain fell for an hour. It was accom
panied by a high wind.
Along about the Thompson place
the rain was particularly heavy. On
their return, the car driven by the
men ran into places along the road
where the water reached the running
board. Heavy stones were washed on
to the road and in places :t was nec
essary to remove the stones to find
Our Regular Prices
Dest Cane Sugar, 100 lbs $8.50
All Brands of Milk, 8 cans ! $1.00
Standard Tomatoes, 8 cans $1.00
Large Size Fkg. Washing Powder 25c
Best Grade Pineapple, large can, 3 for $1.00
5 Tounds High Grade Coffee and one Pure
Aluminum Percolator $2.75
Toilet Soap, 20 bars $1.00
Teaches, Pears and Apricots, can .25c
Corned Beef, can 25c; dozen $2.75
Columbia River Salmon, dozen cans . . . $1.50
Country Bacon Pound 35c
Country Butter, 2 pounds 70c
Corn Flakes, package 15c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Bet
Have you got your Auto
matic Refrigerator yet? Test
ed and approved by "Good
25 Per Ct. Off While They Last 25 Per Ct. Off
ON ALL OUR TENTS
25 Per Ct. Off While They Last 25 Per Ct. Off
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 K. cot IUT ST.
Knd of llscttl Year.
These are busy dajs at the federal
building for June 3D marks the close
of tiro fiscal year, lteports uro being
made out to show the work during
the past year.
IDE RACE HONORS
Weather Is Cooler.
The maximum temperature today Is
88, 10 degrees cooler than yesterday.
The minimum last night was 5S. the
night being very cool. The barome
ter registers 29.40, says Major I-ce
Moorhousc, weather observer.
NEW LONDON, June H. ( V. IM
Harvard and Yale divided honors in
the freshman and junior varsity races.
Harvard won the Junior, by five
lengths and Yale won the freshman by
of lifo insurance or battleships. This
is because he seems always to have
been Just convinced of some important
truth which lie wants to pass ulong to
somebody else. Dnvls believes what he
bclioves with his total supply of en
One of Davis' firm, convictions is
that tho federal government should
undertake the national encouragement
of sports and recreation, through es
tabllslfhient of a special bureau. In
this bureau ho would combine bands
and baseball, running uud rowing and
everything tending to miiko tho resi
dents of the United States lovers of
outdoor sports. As planned by the sec
retary, tho bureau would havo a place
In the welfare department suggested
by the president and now being consid
ered by congress. Davis seldom misses
n chanci to convert visitors to tho need
for such a bureau.
Davis, since taking office, probably
has been one of tho hardest worked
members of the cabinet. Ho has been
compollcd to work until nearly mid
night two or three nights out of every
week conferring with leaders of strkles
and lockouts. Itctwecn times ho inak's
flyln;: trips to New York or Philadel
phia to nuikn speeches.
Rear Admiral Edward Eberle has
wen appointed commander-in-chief
of the Pa:lnc fleet wKh rank of ad-
Vtcc Admiral Hilary P. Jones will
assume charge of the Atlantic fleet
rural. Ho .uccccds Admiral HUghwil1?. ra"l'Iot. ",dT al JuJ,y :..rUC"
Kodnias. feeding Admiral Henry B. Wilson
who becomes commandant of A
aioiit Nav al Academy
ROY R1TNER ACTS AS
GOVERNOR PR0TEM WHILE
0LC0TT IS ABSENT
SALEM. June H. (I. P.)
Hoy Kilner, president of the state
senate, is governor pro tern
during oleott's absence at Camp
Lewis inspecting the national
guard. This is Hitner's first ex-
perionce of this sort. He is now
here discharging his duties.
tins to Arrive.
A car of gas nnd a car of distillate,
for Pendleton farmers, will arriVe
here next week, and will he distribut
ed through the Umatilla county Farm
liureau. Another car of distillate
which is to arrive is for the uso of
Wheat conditions are being investi
gated in Umatilla county fields today
by Professor H. P. ISaiss. horticul
ture expert from O. A .0., Fred I!enn
ion, county agent and Frank (troves,
assistant agent Investigation of smut
conditions is being mado and plans
formulated for a grain inspection tour
to begin July 1.
NKCnKT.YKY OP L.UlOlt.
(By Ltailed Press.)
Visitors swarm Immediately to
James J. Davis, secretary of labor.
hose chief Job Just now is settling
strikes that no one clso can mediate
and making flying trips to Immigration
stations along the Atlanta seaboard.
Davis wears a smile that apparently
won't como off ,nnd packs a hand
shake that would make Jack Dempsey
w'.nce. Friends of the secretary of la
bor describe him us a "regular fellow."
Davis impresses visitors as having the
characteristics of a missionary. He
would have made a first class salesman
II O V F ' S I I S 1 A 1 It ii A I" I" A H 10 h SHOP
OF SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, SPORT SKIRTS, BLOUSES
$35.00 Jersey Sport Suits now S19.75. Silk Dresses greatly reduced.
To 9.50 Jersey Petticoats now 495. To 7.50 Blouses, now 495.
Vlslls Pilot Kot'W.
Follow-up work in the recent
child's conference was done at Pilot
Rock today by Mrs. Edilh G. Van
Deusen. home demonstration agent.
Children in the county are Improv
ing under the directions given by Mrs.
Van Ieusen, who gives advice con
cerning malnutrition. She advises
special diets for children who are under-nourished.
T II K SHOP OF RETT K II V A L V K S
Don't Delay j
Buying That Outing Equipment.
U. S. Army Khaki Breeches $1.00 t
Pack Socks $2.00 to $4.00 t
til It' 1 s . A T1 l.-i- CO r T T
All v ooi, uray nnny uiaiiKeis oo.j
Excellent Low Top Hiking Shoes t $5.50
Khaki Shirts $1.25
0. D. All Wool Armv Blankets $5.00
Reclaimed Army Cots $3.75
New Army Cots $5.75
For a real nifty dress shoe call and see our new Offi
cers Press Shoes, they are "Herman s $6.2o i
Army & Navy Sales CO.
516 Main Street
Nothing Like IvvlMTtcncc
One truth learned by actual experi
ence does more good than ten experi
ences one hears about. Tell a man
that Chamberlain's Colic and Diar
rhoea Remedy will cure pain In the
stomach and he will most likely forget
it before the end of the day. Let him
have a severe attack of that disease,
feel that he is about to die. use this
remedy and learn from his own experi
ence how luickly It gives relief and he
will remember It all the rest of his life,
liood Advice to Travelers
Whether going to the mountains or
sea shore, taking a Journey on business
or pleasure, never leave home without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and
Diarrhoea Kemedy. It is worth many
times its coKt when needed and may
save a life.
If Troubled Willi Indigestion This Will
"Koine months ago when I was trou
bled with indigestion, I used Chamber.
Iain's Tablets and am only too pleas
ed to give this medicine my endorse
ment, for It not only cured me of
stomach trouble, but Invigorated my
whole system. I like these tablets bet
ter than anything of the nature 1 have
i ver used," writes Mrs. Albert Horner,
Hamesville. N. Y.
For the Stomach and Liver
"About two years ago I took two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets for
the stomach and liver and can praise
this remedy highly for the great good
it did me." writes Mrs. Mary Haven,
Sandy Creek, N. Y "I have since
recommended this remedy to some of
my friends who have also used It with
good results." If troubled with Indi
gestion fir constipation, chamberlain's
Tablets will do you good,
Post orfkn Oiwii Nights
A chango has been msde in the ser
vice at the Pendleton post office. The
office is open for the mailing of let
ters now all night. The change is
caused by tho fact that Pendleton Is
headquarters for forestry work In the
I'matilla forest, and all of the cxlra
supplies used by the division for fire
fighting arc in storage in the base
ment of the federal building. A watch
man l on duty at tho building all
night. In those offices where a special
guard Is not used, offices arc required
to close early in the evening.
OV ItO.Yl) TO 1JOXK VAKO
"I have jiist finished a treatment of
your wonderful remedy and can say
It has dono wonders for mo already.
For the past five years I have been
unable to cat any but tho lightest food
end that but sparingly, as any food
tuuseu me to oioat witn gas. I was
reduced to a skeleton of ninety pounds,
and was on the road to the bone yard.
A friend in Dirmlngham sent me a bot
tle of Mayr's Wonderful Itemedy.
which I took, and I am sure It will en
tlrely cure mo of my trouble. Judging
fiom what Is brought from mc and the
ay I feel." It is a simple, harmless
preparation that removes the catar
rhal mucus from the Intestinal tract
tnd allays the inflammation which
causes practically all stomeeh, liver
nnd Intestinal ailments, including ap
pendicitis. One dose will convince or I
money refunded. Druggists every
Let Us Do Your
Our Kodak department is one of the
most complete this side of the metro
polis, modern in every respect, has ca
pacity of 10,000 prints daily.
In 1920 our Kodak department de
veloped 14500 films and printed over
1 50,000 pictures. We also make a spe
cialty on enlarging. Bring in your
good negatives and let us show you.
Ii HON DRUG CO.
Miss Kelly Itcturns
Miss Esther Kelly, social service
worker, returned yesterday from Port
laud Avhere she attended the annual
state conference of social workers,
which was held In conjunction with
the Northwct association of graduate
nurses. Miss Kelly reports a most
successful conference. Among the
speakers were C. M. Itynerson, editor
of the Labor Press 'Robert II. Down,
Virgil Johnson. Karl IC'lpatrlck, Jonah
VI. Wise and others.
Mrs. ISrown Dies
.Mrs. jane itrown oi noioniif n. a-' j
16. died this morning at 8t. Anthony's j
hospital after a six weeks Illness. She
was born In Missouri 111 March, 1 8 7 .1
and has lived at Holdman for the past
12 years. She is survived by two sons,
Lee Brown, of Holdman and Will
Krown. of Helix; a daughter, Mrs. J.
B. Kimball, of Holdman: one sister,
Mrs. Maggie Wrennlc of Lexington,
and the following grand-daughters.
Esther Crablll, Mabel Kimball, and
Gertrude lirown all of Holdman. Fun
nal services will be held In Weston on
Build Wading Pool.
I'nder the direction of the city park
committee a wading pool for the use
of small children is being constructed I
on the city property in the Pioneer
park. The pool will be l!0x2n feet with
a concrete walk one foot In width!
bordering it on' all sides. The depth
of the water can be regulated to any
depth from three to 18 Inches. The
work Is made possible by the liberal
ity of citizens who have contributed to
a fund to build the pool. Councilman
William Dunn Is chairman of the park !
New 8. A. I iff. eis.
ICnsign and Mrs. Peterson of Idaho
Kalis, will after July 8 be In charge of
the local post of tho Salvation Army.
They will succeed Captain Jennie Con
rad, who has hail charge of the army
work here for the past 18 months. She
will go from Pendleton to Vancouver.
Washington, for a much needed va
cation before beginning new duties at
the 8. A. post in Wenatchee, Washing
ton. Lieutenant Myra Moys will leave
here July 4 and will be In charge of
the 8 .A. work In Bremerton, Wash
ington. Mrs. Peterson, who has been
In Salvation Army work all her lifo,
is a talented singer, Captain Conraxl
states. Ensign Peterson has been In
the work for 12 years.
All Suits Greatly Reduced $77.50 spec. $49.75; $55 spec. $39.50
Our entire line of Silk Dresses 14 off regular price.
One lot of Organdy Dresses 1-4 off.
One lot summer dresses, values to $27.50, special $7.95
One lot Silk Dress Skirts, special . . . $15.75
Jersey Suits, navy and heather mixture, reg. $27.50, spec. $15
One lot of Sweaters, values to $19.50, special . .... ..... $10.50
One lot Droadcloth Sport Coals, reg. $18.50, special. ... $13.95
Large assortment of Pongee and Georgette Waists at . . . $5.85
Two new lots of summer net Corsets, special. $2.00 and $2.50
BIG WAIST SPECIAL
Large assortment of high grade Georgette Waists (slightly
soiled), values to $10.50, special $3.98
Our entire line of Burnham high grade Neckwear, large assort
ment at 1-4 off regular price.