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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 13, 1921.
Social mid Club News
J:rtTinAY FAUTY TuXHiHT. VISITINO IN" ALBANY. IFR'NIi' I'AHTIKS rorri.AU.
The fifth anniversary of Hobby Mrs. Fled !nirt ami little ilaush-1 I'en.Heton people are enjoylnif many
Mnyberiy, mm of Mr. Htiil Mrs. 1:1. h- Iter, l'atrioia IXmert arc visiting in Al-jpicnies during tho summer mouths
rI Maybcrry, will tie celebrated thisjhany will. Mm Koneifs parents. Mr. and swinimiiiR parties on tilt- river
evening when a frroup of ' his little nnd Mrs. Q. V. Wright. Mrs. Donert 'are jnosl popular. Tomorrow and
friend will lp auiewt at a party from j will remain Hut 11 after Sepu'inner lT.lthis evening will see Hie usual crowd
to J at Ihp Alayhcrry home on Ma- on which date will be solemniaed theof motorists leaving for Hinslmm.
ter slreol. jweddins of her sister, Miss Caroline L'hiuuti and Htdaway Springs lor the
Oanics on the lawn will le the dl- j W right, and Henry Fisher. Miss week-end, as the season for motor
version and later refreshment will Wrifrht has visited In rendition and it rips and outings is ut its height.
l.p nerved and at this time a beautiful jhns-muny friends here. Poth Miss i Among those who will picnic to
lilrthday cake, decorated In randies Wrisfht and Mr. Fisher are former O. j morrow are Mr. and Mrs. James Akey,
nnd five pink candles, 11 lie cut. The !.V & students. They will make their !.Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sprajiue and Mr!
fake wait a (rift to Hobby from his! home in 1'ortland. and Mrs.. 11. J. I'ampbcil and their
(families. They plan to spend the day '
GFF.ST IN rKNDl.ETON 11 sni,,,v Plonlr spot on the YViiliu
aria river. .
aunt, Mrs. 1 W. White, of 1'ortland.
tiiiesls for the evening will be Shir
ley Thompson, Marten Monrhouse,
KliwIiPih Steiwcr, John Chlnnpek, !j ,,,,, , , .
-.., .... ... .. ... ...... . , , oanBhter. Miss Janice
i "ii,. iiiou!.-, riru i-trmiT Jl Jlia
,ocHclt, Arlene Breslin, Jimmy Rres-
' I Mrs.
miosis of Mrs.
.. YV. Oamon, of rortlnnd and I
I 'amon.i are f
Onmon's cousin, Mrs.
I" Vii...ill., YlM 1 .... .....
tin IJ..r.U.,.Y t,.! T. 1 - ' -il.l. ..II.-.. I'Ulllllll ,tllO Oail-
,.: . ".. ,h,ejhtr have been visitin in Payton
Schnpfer, 1'earson Hennett, KKiwlielh
Oommelin, Itiidolph Crommelin Jr.
Kllse Dolph. lUUy Khodesand Kalher
AUK I-OrATKll IN rOUTLANP.
TO MA K K MOIIK HE UK.
-Mr. and Mrs. (Jeorue ("lore, of
Aberdeen. Illinois, arrived yesterday
in l'endleton and will make their
jhonie here. They have purchased the
Van I'etten home on West Court
I st reel. Mrs. (.'lore is a cousin of I P..
.King of this city. j
a;is!TO!;s in t-endleton.
Mrs. IVter Thelsen. of lj, Orandp,
was a Pendleton visitor yesterday.
She was accompanied home by Mrs.
Adolph Newlin. formerly of jx I-EAVK FOR 1IOJIK.
Grande, who now resides in Victoria f Mrs. A. F. Mannlcy and datttthler.
Or. and Mrs. C.uy HoyVn. who left 'l!. t and who will visit Mrs. Teisen. ' ,o!ln Mannlcy ami Francis Mannley
i-pcently for Portland where Pr. Boy- I who have been spendhiK the past two
den entered Into partnership with Pr. WIl.I, VISIT RELATIVES. . weeks at the home of Mrs. Mannlev's
are domiciled at s.a Miss Geore-annii Fleteher will lnnvs sister. Mrs. William llanseinu. left to-
ilay for their home in Elleiisbiirt;,
J-nmk Klstner, are domiciled at s.'a I Miss Georsannu
Kearney street. 1 hey will remain tomorrow for rortland where she will
there for a month and will then se- visit at the home of her grandmother
Mrs. Eleanor Cameron.
cure n permanent residence.
il O V F S UPSTAIRS SHOP
SALE OF BLOUSES
EVERY BLOUSE IN THE SHOP BEING IN
CLUDED IN THIS "CLEAN-UP" SALE.
SEE THE RACK OF SKIRTS AT $10.00.
SKCOXD FLOOR TAYLOR HARP W ART. PI. PC
ON THE FOLLOWING FROM AUGUST 1 1 TO
AUGUST 20th ONLY.
All Pyralin and French Ivory 20 per cent off
All Gainsborough, Montrose and Eglinton Box Station
ery 1 25 per cent off
Lucerne Bath Tablets a good value at loc cake. Special
at $1.00 dozen
Signet Writing Fluid at , $1.15 Quart
INS DRUG STORE
To ItETrilN HICliE
Mrs. Charles Bouncy, who has been
attending; summer school at I'niversily
of Washington, will return here a
week from Monday. .Mr. llonney is
now in Seattle and will accompany her
WIl.I. KETlIiX TOMORROW.
Mrs. Kred Eur! will return tomor
row after a visit in 1'ortland. Mrs.
Earl has been the Rtiest of Mrs. Clark
Nelson, formerly of Pendleton.
M HS. AI.PRIi'H HETl IiNS.
Mrs. Edwin II. Aldrich and dauprh
ters. Amy Elizabeth Aldrich and
Eleanor Aldrich, returned today af
ter a sojourn at Meacham.
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND.
Mrs. Will Isaacs and sons, Robert
r:nd l illy Isaacs, left today for Port
land where they wil lbe the KtiesU of
Mrs. .'film Qujgley.
DISTRIBUTORS FOR UMATILLA COUNTY
We are prepared to fill all orders promptly
from any part of the tunty.
Ve solicit public buildings, department stores,
Garages, public institutions, office buildings,
apartment houses, butcher shops, bakers, confec
rioners and bottlers, in fact any and all other class-,.
as of trade.
Wyandotte Washing Powder in 5 pound bags
uid 75 pound kegs, price $7.30 per keg, plus
freight and cartage.
Phone or mail your orders.
Dd of prompt service.
You will be assur-
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 28 Only 1 Quality the Beit
COLFAX, la., Aus. 13. (T. P.)
Sues oil Account. 1 J ne south seas are DeckoninR James
Cecil Luwson Is made defendant In Norman Hall.
Iowa's vagrant Author, famous from
h's war hooks, "Kitchener's Mob," und
MISS KING IS Ol'EST.
Miss Lorene Kinp; is the- puest of
Miss Faye Mann at the Mann ranch.
u suit that was filed in circuit court
today by A. Milhy who seeks to col
lect the sun, of $79.55 which 1 he
charges is due him pn account for
poods furnished Lawson. S. P. Peter
son, and Peterson, llishop and Clark
represent the plaintiff.
(Continued from page 1.)
have the benefit of the Ideas of citi
zens, an Invitation has been extended
to residents to present written expres
sions of Ideas on city planning to the
secretary so they may be considered
by the membership at the next meet-
RETFRN FItOM PORTLANP. ns. The memncrs of the .commission
Dr. and Mrs. D. J. McFaul have re-' "ave "lso Dcen re,ll,es,e" to lnelr
turned after a visit in Portland. I own 1,leas " tne ,vork done on l"'Por
, during the next few days
MISS M'INTYRE HERE.
Miss lielle Mclntyre. of Athena, was
a Pendleton visitor yesterday.
LEAVES FOR IONE.
-Mrs. A. L. Douglas left
for a visit to lone.
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
Within the next ten days it Is ex
pected that another meeting will be
held at which committees wtll be ap
pointed and further organization will
be done. At the meeting last night
Harold Warner, city attorney, pre
wsi:m i:; pkxtist
(Continued from oag 1.)
Zinc Away from
Do not use galvenized or chip
ped enamel utensils in makin?
preserves, jellies, or fruit juices.
Some of the zinc with which the
vessels are galvenized may be
changed to salts of zinc, which
will give the product an acid and
astringent taste and render it
unsuitable for human use. More
over, the dissolving of this zinc
coating tends to ruin the con
tainer. The use of galvenized
utensils for boiling down fruit
juice is especially risky.
JOHNS IS APPOINTED
JUSTICE OF SUPREME
COURT OF PHILIPPINES
Por.TLAND, Aug. 13. (A.
P.) Justice Charles A. Johns
has been agreed upon for ap
pointment as Associate Justice of
the Supreme Court of the phllli
pines according to a Washington
despatch to the Portland Tele
gram. The decision was reached
at a conference between Presi
dent . Harding, Secretary Weeks
and Senator McNary.
Send Love to Family.
CALGA It V, Aug. 13. (V. P.)
P.rumfield broke down and pleaded i
w ith Chief of Police Ritchie to rush i
him back to Hoseburg to "face it all."
He refuses to discuss the charge that !
he murdered P.Uhsell near Koseburg
on July 11 and attempted to collect In-!
surance by posing as K dead man.
"Send my love to my wife and ehil- I
dren and tell them everything will be
all right," he told the t'nited Press.
I'.rumfield had the appearance of a ,
man mentally and physically broken. :
Displayed .Mental Twist.
F.OSKIit'iiG, Aug. 13. (I". P.)!
P.ruuifield displayed another peculiar j
mental twist when he chose the alias
of "Norman Whitney.' Mrhe name Is j
that of a brother-in-law of L. K. Pur-.
chard, a Hoseburg merchant, at whose
store the dentist bought the lx oP
feminine attire. I
"High Adventure,'" who has spent the
last eighteen months roaming between
Tahiti and the Marquesas islands In
the eastern oceans, is now visiting his
parents here, but the romantic charm
of the palmy Isles will draw him back
within the next three months.
Jogging along with his companion,
Charles Nordhoff, Hall has completed
,a set of articles on the "Faery Islands
of Seas," which have been published
in an eastern magazine and will ap
pear In book form next winter.
The famous chronicler of the Lafay
ette escadrille, who joined "Kitchen
er's Mob". In 1914 has Journeyed
more than 7000 miles in the lust year
within the islands. His next trip will
be to Kapa, It, a rarely visited Islet
5o0 miles south of Tahiti, down next
to the 'Equator.
"The romance and charm of the
islands is Justified," Hall declares.
"The black sands, luxurious vegeta
tion and bright blue skies make then,
"The natives are fine, broad-shoul
dered, splendid specimens. The wom
en are not, perhaps, as beautiful as
they are represented in fiction.
"Often my companion and I slay for
weeks on a tiny atoll :, little, low is-
The summer ,'s the automobile world's play-tinit. If your ear Is In
clined to be cranky and "net up it bit" It needs n tln.rouiih overhauling.
Hrlng it here. We won't M'll you eonvel sation. The only thing you
will play for Is good solid work at a reasonable charge per hour.
LET RUDY TANNLER'S AUTO DOCTOR LOOK
AFTER YOUR CAR'S HEALTH
Scrv'.co Car pay and Night
Shop phone, 870
land with coconnut trees surrounding
a lugoon, not more than three feet
above the ocean.
"tine finds romance everywhere."
. The debonair author is unniuiiied
but lie's returning to the south seas.
A Paris dispatch Is authority for tho
statement that a blind worker In u fac.
tory near Lyons has discovered an al
loy which permits him to make a pair
of shoes weighting three and one-half
ounce, fire and water proof, solid and
good as the best product of the Am
erican shoe factories, nt (I n pair.
IMI IVrccut Ad Vulnroni Tin Pnseg
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 (I. N. S.)
The house passed a bill Imposing a
flat !)0 percent ad valorem tax on American-made
goods gold abroad nnd
brought back as Imports to be sold In
this country. The purpose of the bill
Is to shut off from the American mnr.
kets vast stores of war supi'llc sold
abroad by the 1'nltod State war de
partment nt the close of the late war.
I HURCH b S
Mae Wetzel Pninl
Slangier Pldg., Pendleton, Ore.
Opening August Eighth
II A J 1. 1 Jt ESSI G
SCALP Tit EATM ENTS
MARINELLO PP. ETA RATIONS
A CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT
We wish to announce to the motoring public that Otto
Nelson has purchased the interest of Truman Rogers in
the garage business located at 616 Garden. .Mr. Nelson
has for the past six years worked in this city and is an ex
Our large floor space, daylight shop and mechanical
devices all go to make your job satisfactory in every de
tail. We appreciate your work, no matter how small or
large and in return guarantee you satisfaction.
Brace & Nelson
0 AT LIBERTY HALL
t TONIGHT I
4 McELROY ORCHESTRA
Have eleven exclusive features distinguishing them
from all other makes. Every one of the eleven features,
makes the Lang Range head and shoulders above any
thing we have ever seen in the stove line. Read these
Feature No. 1 Stove pipe at corner.
Feature No. 2 Unobstructed Warming Closet.
Feature No. 3 Fuel burned from top.
Feature No. 4 Larger Patented Hot Blast Fire Box.
Feature No. 5 Sectional Grate Bars.
Feature No. 6 Langs Patented Hot Air Draft.
Feature No. 7 Attached Shaker Handle
Feature No. 8 Poli.-hed cooking surface with only
Feature No. 9 Heat Circulating entirely around oven,
feature No. 10 No flue strips or partitions under the
. T oven to interfere with heat circulation.
Feature No. 11 Sanitary Legs.
Let U Show You The Beautiful Ranges
Yours for service,
Mley & Kemp
Not A Blemish
van the perfect appearance of her
complexion. Permanent and temporary
(kin troubles are effectively concealed.
Keduces unnatural color and correcU
greasy skins. Highly antiseptic.
Send 15c (or Trial Sli.
13 FTRD. T. HOPKINS V SON. New York
First Christian Cliiircli
Rililo school at 9:45. Sermon nt
11:4:,, Hiihject: "Tho Church at It.s
f!et." I'nion services on the court
house lawn at ":!() P. M. Sutijoct of
Hcrmon: "The unspoken LanKimse tiC
the Cross.'' Everybody Invited to
every service. W. A. Gressnian, minister.
(Jtutllty Our Uatcliwonl
SatisriM-tiun Our Aim
Through error on
our part we adver
tise 10 bars of
Crystal White Soap '
for $1.00. The ad
have read 20 bars
( lirlsliiMi S.-iciice
First Church of Christ. Scientist,
holds services at 81.1', 4 Main street
(first stairway north of the Inland
Empire Dank). Sunday services nt 11
ii. m. nnd H p. m. Durins July and
August the .Sunday evenine; service'
will be omitted. , The subject of the
lesson-sermon for Sunday, August 14th
is "Soul." Rundny school begins at
9:45 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meeting
which Includes tcstintoi ialH of healinf;
1 Is held fit 8 o'clock. aVhR Reading
j Room, which is maintained at the
; same address, is open daily from 11 a.
j m. to 9 p. m., where the Hlhle and nil
, thorized Christian Science literature
1 may be read, borrowed, or purchased
The public is cordially Invited to at-
tend the church services and to visit
the reading room.
Oregon's Higher Institution of
Eight Schools; Seventy Departmentt
FALL TERM OPENS SEPT. 19. 1921
For informiiiM writ to the Rtgriinr
Oregon Agricultural College
Union Hall Payant's Orchestra
Some Dance All Welcome
' UNDER AUSPICES AMERICAN LEGION
Pernices at the I'rcsbyterian Church,
Fast Alta and College streets. frVr
mon by John H. f-'ecor nt 11a. m.. Sub
ject, "Increasing Faith." Kvenlni?
I'nion Bervlre on tho court house lawn
nt 7:00 I'. M. Sermon by, i!ev. W. A.
.mencan Beauty w
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
LADY STF.XOonAT'HKft, hookkeep-
r, evperienci'd n various lines, de
sires position. Phone 303-K.
FOlt SALK 1 span good Work moles,
weiKht about 2250, one spun (fO'id
work mules, jWelsjht about 2150. Also
Ford truck, 1!I18 model, flat nick with
((takes on side,' Kood condition. In
quits Koy S. .Ncni, JJuwmun Hotel.
lb best iron saad
You are living in an electrical age)
make the most of it- Come in and
let us show you the wonderful time
and labor saving devices we carry
in stock Irons, Washing Machines,
Vacuum Cleaners, Toasters, Grills,
Percolators, Water Heaters, Stoves,
Radiant Heaters, Lamptt Fixtures,
Sewing Machines anything and
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J. L. VAUGHAN
1:'iiMr:c uml tint Siimillrn
! I 'bono ;IK gllft I at Court Sr,
Truly comfort is radically different from
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a buoyantly uuifoni smooth resilient sur
face which yields to every curve or positi
on of the body. Reasonable care perma
nently preserves these, comforting qualities.
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