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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1921.
Social and Club News
i.bavkp run coaroR
Miss Mary Clarke who completed
li"r c jurw in the rendldon high
hool In June left yeeterday fur Srat
ti hr h will enter the University
of Washington. MIks Clarke tins Just
itpovtnd from an operation for ap
trndli it She was secretary and
treasurer of the senior claw last year
mi.J a member of the girls basket ball
Cl'KrTS IN" UENDLETON.
GUESTS AT SAYRES HOME.
O.uosts nt the R. IX Sayres home
during Round-Up are Mrs. C. J.
BroiiRhton, Miss Hattle Broughton,
Van BrouRhton, Miss Helen Kroush
ton, James and Kuth Broushton. Mr.
and Mrs. C. J. Broughton, Jr., nil of
Itayton. Washington; Mr. iyml Mrs.
Conrad Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Totter, all of Walla Walla.
LITTIjE SON' BORX.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Edmond are
i ho parents of a little son born this
WILL, ENTER COLLEGE
Miss Genevieve I'helps, daughter of
Judge and Mrs. G. W. Phelps, left yes
terday for Eugene tthere she will en
ter the University of Oregon. Miss
I'helps was a member of last years
graduating class and was very promin
ent in school affairs. Miss Margaret
Phelps, her sister, Is ulready at the
University. This will be her senior
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 22, 23
and 24 we will open at 7 a. m., close at 12 noon
open at 5 p. m., close at 7 :30 p. m., Saturday
We are here to serve you, our stock is most
complete with the best the market affords.
If you can not come to the store use , your
phone. We will do our best to serve you
PLEASE ORDER EARLY.
FORMER RESIDENTS HERE
Mr. and Mrs. W. Schwnrtjsenberg
will motor clown from Spokane today
to attend the Round-Up. Mr. and Mrs.
Sehwartxenberg are former residents
of Pendleton' and during their stay
here they will be guesta at tho J. H.
McCook home, 1003 Jefferson Street.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Nelson and
Mr. and torn. K. J. Burke, formerly of.
' mnminiT Thfl nift- arrival weighs
I'endleton. now of Vortlaml, are vis
itors for the Hound-Up.
eight pounds and lias been .amed
Wilfred Allen Kdmond.
norr's upstairs sh or
AUTHENTIC AUTUMNAL MODES
IDAHO GUESTS HERE
Mrs. C. S. McCune of Walla Walla
and her guests, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Gregory of Boise, Idaho, are Round
Up visitors today. Mrs. McCune and
Mrs. Gregory are sisters. Mr. Gregory
is a Boise newspaper man.
GUESTS OF SISTER.
Miss Ann Keliey and Miss Hazel
Block of Portland are guests In the;
city with Miss Block's sister. Miss Fan
nie Block. Miss Kelly will visit in Pp-
catello and Salt Lake before return
ing to her home.
PORTLAND VISITORS HERE.
Mr. and Mrs. Linwood H. Cornell of
Portland arrived last evening to be
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Al
drlch at their home on Terkins ave
nue. Mrs. Cornell is Mr. Aldrich's
MISS TP.EVEXTHAX HERE.
Among the out of town guests in
the city is Miss Marie Trcvcnthan who
is visiting Miss Ethel Blakely.
SEATTLE VISITOR HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alexander have
as their guest during Round-Up days,
Miss Margaret O'Xcil of Seattle.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phonei 28 Only 1 Quality the Beit
MISS DRUMfl ELXiER HERE.
Miss Jessie Drumheller of Walla
Walla is a guest at the Alger Fee
homo for the week.
6 'E'. U Cooper
16 'Merrill Hart
40 Joseph Wild Bill
44 Red McDonald.
46 'Floyd Moore.
50 Ted McCoy.
57 Tony Sutton
59 Jim Massey.
62 Smokey Moore
69 Curley Hanaran.
90 Ray Johnson.
79 Everett Wilson
67 Clyde Hoyt.
58 Barney Harris.
I Beauty Contented1
Ymi are ilwayt confident
that your beauty has been
developed to the nuttiest
ol lu potibililie after
using Gounud't Oriental
Smi 15c for Trial Sin
Pendleton's Upstairs Garment Shop welcomes
v ou to view the New Autumn Modes in Suits,
Coats. Dresses at prices most moderate for
HERE FROM WALLA WALLA.
Mr. and Mrs J. Cundiff of Walla
Walla are guests In the city during
VISITED AT WALLACE
Miss Leona Bowman of Pendleton
has returned from a visit with friends
at Wallace, Idaho.
P K X DLETOX ' S POPUIiAR GARMENT SHOP
We Always Cater to the Users of
Fine Writing Paper
QUALITY is something in the paper itself.
STYLE is the way the paper is made into
EACH is necessary.
BOTH are found in the papers sold by! r
THOMPSON'S DiG STORE
"Try the Drug Store Firt"
IXK)K FOR ALTERNATE JUROR.
SEATTLE, Sept. 22. (A. P.)
Following the selection of eight men
and four women as a jury to try
James E. Mahoney, alleged wife slay-
the 13th alternate juror Is sought
(Continued from page 1.)
Cots and Beds
JUST A FEW LEFT. LAST CALL FOR
Riley Ik Kemp
(jualltj Our W Utitrord
Satisfaction Our Aim
129 Kitty Canutt riding lrw!n-Wal
52 Mabel Strickland, riding McCar.
33 Mike Hastings.
74 Frank Cable.
42 Scoop Martin.
112 Wiley Blancett.
32 Frank McCarroll.
14 Yakima Canutt,
29 Bob Ericksen.
124 Xorman Cowan.
Steer Roping Context.
1 Tom Grimes.
81 Tony "Vcy.
73 Jim Roach.
48 Elmer Hix.
76 J. H. Strickland.
124 Norman Cowan.
8 Chester Bycrs.
23 Wilkins Williams.
Pany Express llatv.
127 Harry Walters riding Irwin-Wal-
54 Kenenth Kennedy riding Mc-
108 Jess Farrow riding Joe Cantrell's
83 Darrell Cannon riding Allan
56 Braden Gerking riding Roach
Cowgirls' Rucking Contest.
25 Eloise Hastings on Rawlins Kid.
34 Bonnie McCarroll on Clearwater
35 Prairie Rose on Satan
129 Kitty Canutt on Blue Blazes
18 Indian War Bonnett race.
19 Quick change race.
20 Cowgirls' pony race.
21 Indian Pony relay race.
. Cowboys' Standing Race.
45 Dave Campbell.
56 Braden Gerking
127 Harry Walters.
45 Dave Campbell on Leatherneck.
99 Mike Reed on Black Diamond.
26 Jesse Stahl on Corkscrew.
2 Cheyenne Kiser on Done Gone.
11 Ray Kane on Zane Gray.
72 Boss Richardson on Katydid.
79 fEverett Wilson on Lena.
28 C. B. McCulIough on Monkey
120 Buffalo Kid on Lightning Creek.
93 W. M. Raymond on Flashlight.
86 Ray Bell on Glory.
60 Benny Oakes on Wlnnemucca.
Cowboys' Relay Race.
83 Darrell Cannon riding George
53 Paul Landrum riding McCarty
123 Bob Liehe riding Irwln-Walters
47 Roy Kivett, riding Ed McCarty's
Wild Horse Race.,
3 Wild Buff.
(Continued from page 1.)
Pauline Frederick for awards to the
winners of the wold horse race are
used. The five girls wear real Round
l'p sombreros, loaned for the occasi
on by Bond Brothers.
Tho Eucene State Band, most of
whom are University of Oregon stu
dents, caused a thrill among U. of O.
alumni when they , played "Mighty
Oregon," the war cry of the college in
struggles on the gridiron.
Old Glory floats from each of the
crow s nests at tne jtouna-up grounus.
The national colors are a feature of
all the decorations.
Miss Helen Thompson, queen of the
Round-Lip, took her first airplane
ride today, going aloft with Pilot A.
H, Leas of the La Grande Airplane
Co., accompanied by Miss Elsie ltz-
maurice, one of her maids. Miss
Thompson and her house-guest. Miss
Susan Irwin, of Astoria, will visit the
clouds again tomorrow with Pilot Par-
Senator George W. Joseph of Port
land is a Round-Up visitor, having
driven up yesterday. The senator was
last here in February when he parti
cipated in the conference over the
Umatilla rapids project. He is car
nestly interested in the generating of
hydro electric power on the Columbia
Some tourists who found the auto
camp rather crowded are camped back
of the Lincoln school. They declare
the spot it ideal, one member of a mo
tor Party from California confiding
that the Umatilla river makes an ex
cellent bathing place.
fhn Northwest Grain and Hay
Show, an added attraction during the
Tendleton Round-Up. is housed in a
canvas and baled hay structure on
Main street. The hay la valued at
11,000 and after the show will bo sold
in Penlnnil Krothers. It was bought
hv tho Association from the Oregon
and Washington Hay Growers Asso
E. P. Marshall, judge at the Rotind
Up, is a familiar figure in the arena,
for he has served for three years in
this capacity. H. P. Whitman is new
at the game as is Henry L. Corbett, of
Portland, although both are consider
ed well qualified in this line.
SUITS, TAILORED FROCKS, COATS
Our showing of new Fall Sulta holds dominant Interest for the wo
men who appreciate true tailored style. All the beautiful nuances of
fashion, all tho points of the mode are observed and yet without ex
treme effects. '
Fur continues unabated In popularity us a finish for fall suits,
while embroidery gives an artistic touch.
For women and for misses' the rango of style Is comprehonslvo
from elaborate, fur trimmed models to plain tailored lines.
Name "Bayer" on Genuine
George Aiken, publisher of the
newspaper at Ontario, is here at
tending the executive committee of
the irrigation congress and thinks this
is "a good time to see the Round
Up." Mr. Aiken is one of .Eastern
Oregon's live wire newspapermen.
"Ask Me: I Live Here," is the cheer
ing salutation which appears on rib ¬
bons worn by Pendleton people, who
are qualified to tell visitors anything
they ask, with the exception of the
whereabouts of. Roy Gardner or
whether or not it will rain at to
i The Round -Up shirts rival in color
the trappings of the Indians. All
prominent citizens are appearing In
the gorgeous silk creations. Henry-
Collins, president of the show, is ad
mired today in an orange and black
and purple and blue and green Batik
ASK FOR and GET
for Infants and Invalids
Aroid Imitations and Substitutes
Warning! Unless you see the nam
"Bayer" on package or on tablets you
pre not getting genuine Aspirin pre
scribed by physicians for twenty-one
Sears and proved safe by millions.
Take Aspirin only as told in the Bayer
package for Colds, Headache, Neural
gia, Rheumatism, Earache, Toothache,
Lumbago and for Pain. Handy tin
boxes of twelve Bayer Tablets of As
pirin cost few cents. Druggists also
sell larger packages. Aspirin is the
trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of
Monoaceticacldestcr of Salicylicacid.
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Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our many friends,
neighbors, the Sisters of the St. Anth
ony Hospital and the American Legion
for their splendid service, sympathy
and floral offerings for the departing
of our brave little son, grandson and
MRS. ELIZABETH INGALLS
MR. AND MRS. C. L. BOWERS
MR. AND MRS. L. D. BOWERS
M RS. C. E. BOWERS
M It. R. A. BOWEKfl
(Aunts and Uncles.)
The. Arrival of the :
I beg to announce that I have taken over '
the equipment and practice of Dr. Dale
Rothwell at Room No. 101 in the American
National Bank building, and am now locat-.
ed permanently in Pendleton to engage' in
the practice of optometry and optician. I
have Dr. Rothwell's records and am in a po
sition to take care of his patients. I am in
stalling much new up-to-date equipment,
thereby making it possible to give the best
service in the least possible time. '
I am a graduate of the De Keyser Insti
tute of Optometry, one of the very best in
the country, and have lately been associated
with the Columbian Optical Company of
Portland, Oregon, one of the largest and
best equipped optical establishments on the
coast. I am in a position to give the best of ,
Trusting that I may have the privilege of
meeting your needs, if any, along these
lines, lam .
L. C. RICHEV
At 1 92 1
Just received a
large, complete, new, '
and clean shipment ,
of Comforters - arid
With this beddingr
arrived also a large
shipment of new furniture and all was placed on our
great Round-Up Sale. When you think of Furniture and
Bedding at the most favorable prices, come to
CRAWFORD FURNITURE GO
103 E. Court St - Pendleton, Ore. Phone 496