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EIGHT PAGES PAGE FOUR DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. 1917. .'iiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiimiiiHiiiiiii iiiiitmniiriniiiiiiit iimmiiiiiiiiiiuinimj: SOME OF RESPONSES TO APPEAL FOR THE LIBERTY LOAN Social and Bond Clothes J15toj35 ii M esgaor iopoc io A XNO V X CKM EXT. Social and club news for this department should be Riven to the East Oregonian, by phone or ot her w ipe. d tiring t he fore noon. Such news turned in aft er i; o'clock, noon, will fre quently have to be held for pub lication the following day. Mrs D. H Jf s.ee, who has been a resident of Pendleton for several months, has come to Xjsl G rande to make her home. Mrs. Jesse was re cently appointed assistant trainmast er with headquarters at La Grande. La Grande Observer. Personal . 1 0 10E30 of Pendleton. The trip out from here was made at 1 o'clock in autos. there being seven touring cars beside the big iiuto truck In the party, a pro- I rusion of purple and white lilac ; decked the living rooms, where, fol- j lowing a business session. music, i chatting and needlework were enjoy- " ed with a delicious three course luncheon rounding out the afternoon. The men who drove the cars for the iadies were also remembered at re freshment time, being invited to sharo in the feast of good things. Those bidden beside the regular members were Mrs. E. W. Myer, .Mrs. Thomas Hodson. Mrs. J. M. Luck. Mrs. V. H. Dittemore, Mrs. Newt Newtson ant Mrs. Xeilie Park j Miss L Cordley. of Imbler. passed through the city 10 Pendleton today. While in Pendleton she will visit it the home of J. A. Drake 1-a Grande. Observer. More than four hundred people were present last evening at the jitney dance given at the tiappy Canyon pavilion by Pendleton's second milt tary unit. Despite the disagreeable weather outside, the big dance floor was filled all evening and dances fol lowed each other In rapid succession until nearly midnight. Flags were used as decorations. AS a result of the dance the second unit will have .bout J 1 20 in its company fund to be applied on the purchase of uniforms. The success of the dance last even ing will probably mean that the unit will give a series of them. Confirming a rumor that has been running the rounds the past few days is the announcement today of the wedding of Miss Gladys Caldwell and George La Fontaine in The Dalles on May It. The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. William Caldwell and who was raised in this city, hed been living recently in Portland with her mother. Mr. La Fountaine drove down to Portland- in his car and they returned together to The Dalles where they were quietly married. Miss Katie Cahlll of this city was the only friend attending. They returned to Pendleton several days ago and they will make their home on the reser vation farm of Mr. La Fontaine. Charmingly appointed in every de tail was the wedding last evening of MM Edna Hogue and Horace Berg, which was solemnized at t o'clock at the home of the bride s parents Mr. anil Mrs. C- M. Hogue. 501 Lincoln street, ' with the Kev. H. H. Hwbbell of the Christian church officiating. Quan tities of white lilacs made a lovely setting; for the bridal party which in cluded Miss Clara Berg, sister of the bridegroom, as maid of honor, and Harry Flatters f Walla Walls, a bt-st man. The bride made a pretty picture in her dainty frock of white omndv with an arm bouquet or white carnations, while the bridesmaid was also gow ned in white and carried red carnations. Immediately following the ceremony dainty refreshments were served and hosts of good wishes ' were showered upon the young cou ple, both of whom are well known In Pendleton and very popular. Mr. ami Mrs Berg left by auto for Walla Wal la for a short wedding trip and will laier return to it'endleton before go-inz- to Roseburg to make their home. Those who witnessed the ceremony were Mr- and Mrs. John Oreulich and son. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Humphrey and Mlsa Marguerite Humphrey. Mrs. Albert Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. R- W. Ayers and little MissVirginia Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huzell. Miss Clara Berg of Wal la Walla. Miss Martha Hogue and Harry Flatters. Miss Irene A, Sanders, a member of the 1917 P. H, S. graduating class has returned to her home at North Pow der, she was accompanied by her mother, .Mrs. J. f Sanders, 'III OL'O 19 ft w i Ui. -i, isaar- . J t j Wlllam O. McAdoo (at the left). Secretary of the Treasury, looking over sum- of the thousands of tele grams that arrive daily at the Treasury Department in response to the nation-wide appeal for trTc ' "Ibeny loan! party wa the young delightful birthday nlA'ji hv a host of friends of little Miss Emma Arteburn yesterday who celebrated her 13th natal anniversary by entertaining at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L C Arteburn. 112 Ann street. Many pretty gifts were received by the voung hostess. After an enjoy T.'. le' afternoon dainty refreshments .-r served. Those present were lta-hel Payne, Msrjorle Payne. Jean elie Anderson. Oertrude Jones. Vlo-W-tte lliHlfwn. Wava Taylor. Hernice Patterson. Ruby Crow. Florence Ness. Yl .la Coffin an Helen I'sitersiin. Em ma Arteburn. Ksthnn -opeland. L velle ArtJurn. Koyce Arteburn. - One of .he most thoroT.ichly delirht fut ff..ir- of the "" place terd.iy afternoon hn Mrs. Charles SerrWI eatended .-harmins h.mnlnlitv i the Lid- Mar.ihK and s mimhr of sdd.iional r.end- at her s.tracilve country home in mil-s east Coffee Drinkers find relief ?m .fil from coffee troubles 4 I ' POSTWM 9 I ' OCUIAl V mmmm When they change to Mrs. J. N. Burgess entertained de ightfully yesterday afternoon, her guests being the members of the Jol ly Nelnhbors club and several others. The pretty trophy for high score was captured by Mrs. A. J. McAllister, while Mrs. T. D. Taylor and Mrs. Dave Nelson were the invited guests. A business .meeting of the Thurs day Afternoon club will be held to morrow afternoon in the club room of the library. All members of the club are urged to be in attendance as important business is to be transact ed. Miss Ruth Gibson, who has been the houseguest of her aunt. Mrs. T. B. Swearingen for the past ten days, was the inspiration for a pretty little sup per party at the - Swearingen home last evening following the dance at Happy Canyon. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cresswell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. Xona La Foun taine. Miss Ruth Gibson, who was form erly a popular Pendleton girl, but who has made her home in Portland for the past several years, left this morning for GTeat Falls, Montana, after a ten day visit in Pendleton with Mr. and Mrs. T. B. 8wearingen. Miss Gibson will be married there tomorrow to Joseph Jones ot Havre, Mont., and ater a short wedding trip will make her home at Havre. pretty floral decorations, with soft shaded candles on the tea table. M uh is being assisted by Mrs. Will Moore. Mrs. Charles Stype. Mrs. Clara Lyle and Mrs. Chester Martin. Her guests Include Mrs. C. W. Harris. -Mrs. H. E. Kramer, Mrs. Clara T. Lyle. Mrs. Will Moore, Mrs. Charles !-type. Mrs. J. F. Robinson, Mrs. YV C. E. Pruitt, Mrs. Mary Disosway, Mrs. Mary Lane. Miss Neva Lane. Mrs. Minnie Stillman. Mrs. X. Berk eley. Mrs. John Vert, Mrs. Frank Frasier, Mrs. Charles Hamilton. Mrs. W. w. Cavlness, Mrs. F. E. Judd, Mrs. A. R. Blewett. Mrs. Mead. Mrs. S. J. Lynch. Mrs. C. E. Roosevelt. Mrs. N. E. Despain, Mrs. J. B. Mc- Cook. .Mrs. Sylvan Cohn. Mrs. Chester Martin. Mrs. Margaret Failing, Mrs. W. L. Thompson, Mrs. Willard Bond, Mrs. Ida Fowler, Mrs. F. E. Boyden, Mrs. O. W. Phelps, Mrs. H. H. Hat tery. Mrs. W. E. Brock, Mrs. H. D. Jones, Mrs. Crommelin, and Mrs. H. E. Bickers. The annual election of officers of the W. C. T. tT. was held yesterday afternoon an3 resulted as follows: Mrs. s. A. Roe, president; vice presi dent; Mrs. C. E. Rude; Secretary, Mrs. F. R. King and treasurer, Mrs. L E. Twiti hell. The report of the sec retary showed the organization to be n excellent financial condition, there being 152.68 left In the treasury after settling up all accounts. Pauline Rebekah Lodge No. 11 elected the following officers Friday night: .Mrs. Ida Gray, noble grand; Mrs. Ethel Warren, vice grand: Mrs. Hattie Ferguson, secretary, and Mrs Marq Kirkpatrlck. treasurer. Dele gates attending the grand assembly. Eugene this week are Miss Julia Cooke. Miss Venice Calllson, Mrs. N'ettie Whetstone. Miss Edna Craix and Mrs. Hattie Huston, who la also an officer of the Rebekah assembly. A Jolly picnic was held at Duncan at the close of school Saturday, May 19. The festivities lasted all day and in the evening a dance was enjoyed with a number of people from Pen dleton and other places attending. A delightful social evening of cards and music was enjoyed yesterday by the members of the Artisan lodge and a limited number of invited guests. At 10 o'clock delicious refreshments of strawberries and cream and caks w-ere served. Miss Ida Xnrkaus is planning a vis- It to Alberta. Canada, in the near fu ture. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Von Arn reiter will be complimented .Monday evening when Mr. and Mrs. Jun.es Johns Jr. will entertain In their hon or with an evening of bridge. Ernest Ghormley of Helix was in town yesterday. E. R. Jones of Stunfield was a Pendleton visitor yesterday. Miss Catherine Sharp of Athena is registered at .the Pendleton. Miss Georgia McCoy of stanfield. is a guest at the home of Mrs. Saylor. Mrs. J. L. Dunne and Mrs. Mary Harvey left today on No. 17 for a visit in Portland. Henry Sommerer, well known Her miston rancher, was a Pendleton vis itor yesterday. James Johns Jr.. . arrived home this morning from a brief business visit in Spokane. Clyde Levlne, who has been attend ing high school here, leaves today for his home in Coquille. Ralph Ham and family Jeft yester day for their ranch on Butter creek, near Nye, where they expect to remain. Volney Bybee of the Charles Com pany, arrived home this morning from a visit with, his brother in Mal heur City. Victor R. Morgan has arrived from La Grande to take a position at the Blewett Harvester factory. He is stop ping at the Golden Rule. The military unit of the Girls' Na tional Honor Guard will drill at 7:30 tonight at the city hall and the first division of the auto class will meet. The Misses Esther and Susan Xnr kaus. students of the Pendleton high school, will spend their vacation at the home of their parents at Weston. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Doran will leave shortly for Canada on a busi ness trip. John H. Bauer, Walla V.'alln law yer, has been here today on a busi ness trip. MEMPHIS MOB SPIRIT IS DYING DOWN; TWO NEGROES ARE FREED MEMPHIS. .May 2:t. The) mob spirit which rulnd this district yes terday, has died down. Iw-wltt Ford and IHw Armstrong, both negroes Implicated In Parson post mnrtem statement as connected with the kill ing and awmi.lt of fifteen year old Antoinette Knppel. were freed today. Both have been In custody sinew yes terday. Ieputal4e whiten fiimlstie! alibis for the Mack). The state has taken no action to place the blame ror the killing of Parsnm. citizens say i.o action wilV he taken. (lU)WS XI) SPARROWS NOW tttI IN tiKRMAXY frwlng to an oversight yesterday in the announcement of the Red Cross NEW YORK, May 23. Steamship Silver Tea, the name of the Delphian j arrivals yesterday from Schandlnav. Club with Mrs. Will Moore chairman Ian countries said the food situation was omitted from the list of club in Germany had reached such a state who will have charge of the tea ta- j that plump crows were selling at 40 Mrs. George M. Steels of Plains. Mont.. Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. Charles McBee for some time. Mrs. Laura D. Nash is entertaininK this afternoon with an Informal tea for the pleasure of Mrs. Charles Win field Harris Mrs. Bertha Guernsey) of Butte. Montsna. who is visiting old time friends here for several weeks. White and purple lilacs form the hies at the affair. Mrs. C. S. Jackson of Portland passed through Pendleton last even ing enroute for Baltimore where Mr. Jackson is shortly to undergo an op it m Mrs. James Johns Jr., will enter tain informally Saturday afternoon with a sewing party honoring Corinne Leser, sister of Chessman. . Mr Miss Merle LATEST PHOTO OF AMERICAN BEAUTY cents each in Berlin and other cities. ICnellah parrown at eiht cent apiece and that musael hash,, made from the common black variety of rock din sins bivalves had become a common dish. They also Raid butter - tan f 2 a pound and that each person was al lowed only fifty gram m day. Thin Ik the latent Lady Curison. wife Kdlenton. who photograph of Lord Curzon MiHS Munroe Hind Amr:- She was the I daughter of J ran minister to Brazil. widow r.f AKred Duncan of married Lord fimt lenos I .. ' ? I wife I 'r V i I 'I '''' I - i. i - . t I : '..' 4 m a member or tne war council wnim j , $ ' direta the operation of the British ; & ' armies, but he is the s;jvernment r v if ' 2 - r n the houw of lords. TiwJf t t ' lZ , Sy-ig:. :A ' : :-y r,c f i r . uovcuJzon . TO AID It. H. TROOPS rTGIITIN IN KRAXCI FRENCH WFlXrxjirARTBRH. Mav 2J. James Hazen Hyde, until 190S. prominent In New Tork business an social circles.- hss been appointed member of the French committee to install accommodations In France for American troops. Hyde made an aeroplane trip over the French front. Ayres when zon. The fact that his Marv Vi. toria loiter, was a daughler of Levi Z I-lter of Chicago ha I mail)- him of particular interest to Americans. Lord Curion Is not onl a member of the war council which directs the operations of the Hritish but he is the government n the house of lords. "CONTOUR"cik Arrow FORM-FIT COLLAR oU 3A CtUITT riA'ODY tr Ci. lr- rf How'. This? We offT me Unndred Iwlism Rwar f'-r mnj rMe of l atarrh that monct se ured by Hall' ;atarrb MtU-nm. Mall Catarrh Medk-lne hmm heeo takea br rata-rh uffrr for the pa-t lhlrt flVe nm. and ha becota km.wa a the tnat rll&hle remedy for r'atarrb Hall's atmrrb Mll-In arts thm the Rhmd on Ibe MtK-otix nurture. eipllinK th I'otaoa trnm the Bloud aod a.ln the dh-eaaetf ' portloaa. After yav have tskea ' Haifa Catarrh j MMtk-ine for a vhort time yon will ee ! KTt Improrenietii tn yonr in-il health j Htart taking HaH'n Catarrh Mll"ln at t nnf-e anl ft rid f ratarrh. Send fur tea ; Hmnimin, free ' K J I HKKT CO . Toledo, Ohio. ! Hold by all UruKsUi, AUTO TURNS NEAR HELIX; AN OVER K L E There's a "something different" about the new summer clothes we are now show ing that will appeal to those who want to avoid the commonplace. A little knack here and there, of an ingenious designer's hand, that you will not find in other clothing. The popular fabrics Tropicnl Worst eds, Thornburry Twists, Briarcliffes, Spar tan Plaids, Piping Rock Flannels are made up into such clothing. The assort ment is complete. The prices are moder ate. Hot weather will soon be here. Buy ing now means a full season's wear. Of course we have all the furnishings to go with such distinctive clothes. Bond Bros. lea's complete Oatfittera Pendleton' Leadta Clothiers. ?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; FRANK MTXAM OF MILTON VIC TIM Of ACCIDENT I..AST SATURDAY. Archie Anderson Is Caught in Wood sawlnc Machine and Clothes are Nearly Kipped Ofr; Other News Notes of 1 11 u rent to the Community. (East OreKonian Special.) HELIX, May 23. Frank Hutnam of Milton, was hurt in an auto acci dent near here Saturday, by his car turning over plnninjr him underneath, with a support of the top (which was off) running; through his ankle. Medi cal help was secured here, after which he and party returned home. H. K. and Elwyn Putnam and V. 8. Kelly accompanied him. Archie Anderson, whole assisting lit sawing wood by gasoline power. Sat urday, tripped and fell on the saw in such a way as to have most of his clothing torn off, which stopped the saw, before causing serious injury. He et-caped with several long scratches on the back, little more than skin deep. " O. Kurrle has a new Ford. Quite a number of Helix people at tended the Sunday school convention at Pendleton. Threo new converts were addded to the Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. MontKomerv wro out from Pendleton Sunday. Miss Alice Clark Is visiting In Athena. Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson will go to Walla Walla to attend decora tion day exercises. Mrs. J. W. Wyrick of Lacrosse vis ited here last week. Misses Eleanor and Augusta Stock ton of Freewater visited their sister Mrs. E. L. Norvell here Suturday. J. B. Kennedy and duughlers were out from Pendleton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Frunk Stanton were Walla Walla visitors here Friday. Mrs. K. 8nyder left for her home ai Dayton Saturdsy. Clifford Kendall and Theodore Nor vell spent Saturday In Pullman. Mrs. J. W. King and Misses Irene and Erna Rutter were Saturday vis itors at Milton. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Penlnnd of Pen dleton visited their son Roy Sunday. Mrs. Martin lwls is here from Dufur. PATENTS ARE GRANTED .TO NINE OREGON MEN Patents granted to the citizens of Oregon. May 16. 1917. Ileported through the office of It. O. Park Jr.. Solicitor of Patents. Washington, D. C. John N. Atterbury. Laurel; potato separator. Frank K. Italden, Portland, furnace Oeorge W. Cllne, Albany. Mabltwr for flying machines. James C. Dobbins, Portland, liquid coating composition. John N. Hoffman,, Forest Gn ve, animal trap. Ernest V. Hopwood, Portland, .i.ir less auto-tlre. Oeorge W. Trlbbey., Marshfleld. de vice for protecting receptncles irj nt f reeling. Howard W. Truscott, Portland, fluid pressure pump. - n-stata! MERLIN, May 2S. A Berlin mer chant recently was fined S76 for fraud in connection with a "salad oil substitute" which he manufactured and placed on the market. The pros ecution's analysis showed the substi tute to consist of 6.!4 per cent of water, colored with aniline dye und thickened with a vegetable slime One form of waste which should be particularly guarded against In wartime, la the purchase of shoddy and generally Inferior material. Jill Ask Grandfather H'H TeB Yo Hundreds Of Thcuscnds Have Kept Their Health By the timely and periodical tise of a GOOD blood tonic. The best time is in Spring- or at in approach. Preserved health means a vigorous and happy old age. ' During 50 years S. 8. P. has performed this Fen ice for millions. Cleansing the blood lightens the work on your liver and kidneys. You feel better and live longer. At your druggist's. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA. CA. S.S.S. Vill Preserve Years The Laundry ' that took the "BLUE" out of Monday. Many Pendleton families have learned to their joy that it is cheap er, better and far more pleasant to eliminate the old term "wash dayBlue Monday" from their homes by letting us do the work Rough-Dry, 7c lb. Ladies' and Gentlemen's bundles solicited Telephone 179 Troy Laundry Co. "We wash everything but the baby"