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DAILY EAST OREGONIAH, I'ENBLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 29, 1921.
Social and Club News
M'SK SMITH TO WED.
M uf Hurwh "mith of Ia Grande.
v)in is known here anil who visited In
l'""dlMn as the guest of Mrs. Charles
Hi -i.-il, will en tlotober 5 vtcd Alfred
W.inllng Jr., In WnshlnKton, 1. C
Mi. s Km, th attended University of
reeon ii i id during the war she waa
f tl omd In Portland "with the quarter
i.uii ler'fi corps.
Vir. Harding is the eldest son of Rt
P.r-v. Alfred Harding, bishop of Wash
ii-iiim. He a graduate of Trinity
college, where he was a popular mem
Ii r i.f Alpha Delta Phi fraternity.
The wedding will take place In the
euliedral of St. Peter and Paul in
Wsshingion, I). C, and the ccreuony
w II he ierformed by the father of the
bridegroom. Following a short wed
d ng tr'p the youni couple will make
their home in Havana. Cuba, where
.Mr. Harding is engaged In business for
the Sinclair Oil company.
G1R1.8 AUK PI.Klw.KO.
Miss Genevieve Phelps and Miss
Portia Kidwell, Pendleton girls who
are freshmen at University of Oregon,
are among the pledges at the college.
Miss Phelps is pledged to Kappa Alpha
Theta and Miss Kidwell to Alpha Del
GUESTS AT WELCH HOME.
.Mr. and Mrs, W. I'. Pulton of Port
land, are guests of Mr. and Mrs.
James B. Welch. They arrived by
motor from Heppner yesterday, where
they formerly resided and where they
have been spending a few days.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
NEW COATS HAVE ARRIVED
Pemtiful New Coats of Evora Cloth, Erminine Cloth,
Polivia, etc. Navy blue trimmed with grey squirrel, rich
browns trimmed with beaver.
SEE THEM TOMORROW.
.rUXDlETOK'S POPULAR GARMENT SHOP
LKCTTRB IS TOMORROW NIGHT
"Hruzil, the Ijind of the Southern
Cross," is the theme for a lecture
which will be given tomorrow night in
the county library auditorium by Col
onel Charles Wellington Furlong, F. It.
O. S., for the benefit of the Pendleton
The lecture, to be Illustrated with
stereoptlcan slides. Is based upon Col
onel Furlong's personal observations
and experiences. Colonel Furlong.
who has visited four continents and
who has spent years In travel and re
search, is an explorer, soldier, writer
and painter who has lived among the
peoples ho describes and studied both
lands and people from the viewpoint
of the scientist, artist and humanist.
His lectures not only Include re
markable revelations or the great fo
cal points of world Interest, but also
reveal the fascinating mysteries of lit
tle known and hidden corners of the
glole. The material is distinctly new
Some of the points of interest in the
lecture will be scenes In the vast rub
ber country of the Amaxnnns and the
great rubber port of the Amazon, Del
ta-Para. Visits to the color-tinted.
red-roofed cities of the Brazilian coast,
the Brazilian Venice; Rah'.a during
carnival; Santos, the world's greatest
coffee port; Sao Paulo with Its classic
opera house, the largest municipal
opera house in the world; ltio de
Janeiro, the most beautiful city in the
world; that wonderland of mountain
and valley behind Rio and the un
equaled Tijuca Drive. ,
RESEARCH CLUB MEETS.
Members of the Research Club en
joyed a meeting Tuesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Fred Lleuallen. Hos
tesses were Mrs. Lieuallen, who Is vice
president of the club, and Mrs. M. E.
The afternoon was spent infornia'ly.
Solos by Mrs. T. H. Remboldt, Mrs.
Raymond Hatch and Miss Barbara
Edmonds were most pleasing. Mrs.
Lester Hamley and Mrs. J. X. Snyder
were admitted as new members. Guests
for the afternoon were Mrs. Robert
Weller, Mrs Edgar F. Averill, Mrs.
Kenneth McRae, nnd Miss Edmonds.
Marigolds and snapdragons were ef
fectively used in decorating.
Brookf ield Sausage
Just in by Express This Morning, pkg.. . 40c
ACKERMAN CAKES FRESH EVERY DAY
Golden Sunshine, Silver Queen, Chocolate
Slices, Spanish, Nut Loaf
Preserving Tomatoes, pound 15c
Cocoanuts, large size .' " 30c
Cranberries, pound 30c
Hubbard Squash, pound 5c
Jelly Grapes, pound 8c
Apples, finest quality from $2.00 up
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 2S Only 1 Quality the Bert
. . the : t: .
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. 1 SHOP
MRS. BAIRD RETURN'S
Mrs. Mae WeUol Balrd has returned
from Walla Walla, 'where she was'call
ed by the illnes of her Bister,
GUEST IS HON'O RED.
In honor of Mrs. L, B. Cornell, of
Portland. Mrs. E. B. Aldrich enter
tained with an informal afternoon yes
terday at her home on Perkins avenue.
The afternoon was spent in sewing
and chatting. Mrs. J. C. Snow assist
ed the hostess in the serving of re
Mrs. Cornell, who Is a niece of Mr.
Aldrich, and Mr. Cornell, have been
guests at the Aldrich home since be
fore the Round-L"4. They will return
to their home tomorrow.
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
Water must be pure for drink-
ing purposes in order to safe-
guard health. If the source of
supply is not a public one, a
sample of the water 'should be
examined by an expert. The
surrounding ground should also
be Inspected so as to discover
possible sources of contamna-
tion. The country dweller who
depends on wells or springs does,
not always realize that drainage
of any .kind can reach the spring
that feeds the well or can seep
in at the top of the well. E. V.
TOKIO. Sept. 29. (A. P.) As a
pari of her fundamental policy at the
Washington conference Japan will not
permit the "scrapping'' of her "twenty
one demands" agreement with China,
and will not tolerate interference In
the Stantung question, according to a
statement of a high Japanese official
to tho Associated Press. 'He asserted
Japan considered these matters ac
complished facts which concerned
China and Japan directly. In a gen
eral discussion of far eastern matters,
however. Japan was said to be willing
to frankly explain her position regard
ing these matters.
FIVE MEN KILLED IN AN
LONG EVENINGS NOW
HOW WILL YOU USE THEM?
Books Are Friends,
We strive to keep our selection of popular copyright
Action complete, and you will surely find your favor
ite author here. Books of the west and great out
cocrs, mystery, travel and adventure.
Go Joy-Riding Some Evening
in an Arm Chair
Our popular ficton s all priced at the popular price of
$1.00 PER COPY
THREE ARE TEACHING.
'Miss Hazel Strain. Miss Alta Ment
zer and Miss Elise Robinson. Pendle
ton girls who were graduated with the
1921 class of Oregon Agriculture Col
lege, are teaching school this year.
Miss Strain heads the domestic sci
ence department of the high school at
Santa Cruz. California. Miss Ment-
zer is teaching physical education In I
Corvallis, Oregon, and Miss Robinson
Is teaching in the Heinline Conserva
tory of Music in Ropeburg, Oregon.
PERTH AMBOY, X. J., Sept. 29.
A. P.) Five men reported killed and
three injured when a truck being
loaded with explosives at Berlin blew
up. The force of the explosion was
felt ten miles away.
"Try the Drug Store Firt"
YANKEES DEFEAT PHILLIES.
PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 29. (A.
P.) The New York Yankees defeated
Philadelphia five to nothing.
CHICAGO, Sept. 29. (A. P.) Chi
cago virtually eliminated Cleveland
from the American League pennant
trace, shutting out the Indians, D to 0.
RAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 29. (U.
P.) Federal authorities are searching
the city for George Wilbur, of Ray
mond, Wash., a restaurant proprietor
and a close friend of Rov Gardner, the
train bandit. Wilbur telephoned Ray
mond yesterday from San Francisco,
authorities learned. They believe
when they find Wilbur they will be
close to capturing Gardner. Gardner
was thought to be In Raymond last
Friday, where Chief Shumway be
lieves he stole an automobile and
made a get-away on funds provided by
RECEPTION IS THIS EVENING
Honoring Mr. nnd Mrs. Si Reetz and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olcott, mem
bers of the First Christian Church will
be hosts for a farewell reception this
evening in the reception rooms of the
church. Mr. and Mrs. Reetz and Mr.
and Mrs. Olcott will leave soon for
California for an extended stay.
MOTOR TO PORTLAND
Mrs. E. J. Burke and Mrs. Clarke
Nelson, both formerly of Pendleton,
returned today by motor to their
homes In Portland. Mrs. Burke and
Mrs. Nelson have been honored at sev
eral informal social affairs during
their stay here. They were guests of
Mrs. Henry W. Collins.
Mrs. E. U Smith, Mrs. Thomas
Vaughan and Mrs. John H. Fitzglbbon
have issued cards for a bridge party
to be given next Thursday at the
Smith home, 317 Chestnut street.
LEAVES FOR PORTLAND
Mrs. R. E. Wilson and daughter left
yesterday for a visit with relatives in
Portland. Mr. Wilson will Join them
later for a short stay.
WANDERER HANGS TOMORROW
SPRINGFIELD, Sept. 29. (U. P.)
Governor Small refused to stay the
execution of Carl Wanderer, murder
er of his wife and an unborn baby
and a ragged stranger in a fake hold
up. Wanderer hangs tomorrow In
WOII.D DEFEAT RATIFICATION
WASHINGTON. Sept. 29. (IT. P.)
The! democratic caucus instructed
Senator Underwood to inform Senator
Lodge the Democrats would unite to
defeat the ratification of the German
treaty in the administration leaders at
tempt to jam It through without a rea
TBS?!- Society -I
HlTvl S 'orover 73 years Ku J
' ill M?f upon Gurlud'
If I TLnj Oriental Cream to keep
V 1 1 Jkk. ,1'n comp'tx'
f J IW?1 ion in perfect condition
I I ji, J through the stress of
S I I J7 the leuon'i trtivitiev
5 1 TJr Send I J e. for
1 I ft Trial Sin
A 11 FEID. T. HOrKINS SOJT
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Small heating stove for
particulars. Phone 64 7-J.
WOl'LD SWINDLE GOVERNMENT
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29. (L. P.)
K. G. Rickmeyer of the federal in
come tax department has been arrest
ed In connection with an alleged plot
to swindle the government of one mil
lion and a half. They claim Rick
meyer attempted to obtain bribes to
reveal confidential Information.
2 SACKS FOR 5c i
These peanuts are some I had left from Round-Up and
I am closing them up so I may roast my own, every day as
rry usual custom.
I propose to sell absolutely the best Popcorn and Pea
nuts in Pendleton. I guarantee this or your money back.
Use my popcorn for breakfast food. Its great.
For quality Corn and Peanuts, see
F. ML RILEY.
Yours for Service
Riley & Kemp
muuj Our Watchword
Satisfaction Our him
Great 'Tragedienne Now Makirig Soap
FOR RENT Two 2-room furnished
apartments modern Phone 627-J
402 Tustin St.
WANTED TO BUY some chickens
Plymouth Rocks or Rhode Island
Reds preferred. Phone 647-J.
PARTY are known who took pigeon
from the rear of the St. Elmo
Rooms. Return game and save trou
IxHitura J'Yklay Night
By Charles Wellington Furlong, tin
der auspices Women's Club at the LI
brarv Auditorium, 8:00 P. M. Admis
sion &0 cents.
The Empire: Dairy
Dealing direct with the people. Good
carefully handled milk with courteous
treatment. Buy tickets and save
money. Phone SF2, Snm Hlttner, ITop
Hlndcrman's Auto Stage
Leaves Pilot Roock 8 a. m.
Loaves Pilot Rock 1 p. m.
Leaves Pendleton 10:30 a. m.
leaves Pendleton 5 p. ni.
French Restaurant, Pilot Rock
Hotel. Wc carry anything.
Beautiful line of Georgettes and Crepe De Chine
Blouses, all beautifully made, to sell at prices that, will
please everybody. ' '
Values to $19.50
It will pay you to look these over ;
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Vinrv PWtford and Prince, the dog actor appearing wun nr -
1 .n ne of 'i.lttlo Lord Fauntleroy." her latest pctiva,
m iirrinw il turd times in Central .buurope, Mile. Amalla Warkus,
Hungary' greatest trgeuienn, ha gone to work In a oap factory, .
Here's a Business
$6,000 to $12,000 Yearly!
Two railroad men put an Klec-trlc-Mald
Hak Shop equipment
In a small town In Wlsconnln.
Today they are making real mon
ey, without havlna- known a
thlnft about the bakery business!
Others are doing It In other cit
ies. You have the same chance
rlirht here. A cssh business; no
Jellverles; your profits In the till
every night. Everyone who eats
your customer. We supply all
iquipment and full information.
Write or Wire Today
for full particulars on ELEC-TRIK-MAID
BAKE SHOPS. Act
now to obtain exclusive territory
Electrik-Maid Bake Shops
til (4ar M.
Dining Tables From
A most complete showing of Dining Tables on our
floor, in the Standard, Jacoben, William and Mary and
Queen Ann in 42 in., 45 in., 48 in., and 64 in. Tops in both
6 and 8 foot extensions.
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 E. Court St.
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