East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, January 23, 1917, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY EAST OKEGOMAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1917.
EIGHT PAGES
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lickson and
, arrived home
'Xtemted visit ir.
Mrs, Kohcrt N. stanfield was regis
tered at the Hotel Cortland vesterday
in Portland.
United Artisan ladles have arrange,!
a delightful social meeting for th.s '
evening in Eagle-Woodman hall at i
which the guests of honor will he
their husb.uid-- and families. Dan:- J
ing and card plaiiig v ill form the
diversions of the affair with a guppet i
inter In th.- evening. The ladies have
planned the jatht'Tir.ar as
return!
c n piiment to the men w ho entertain,
el them very delightfully several
weeks ago.
The Mis-cs .lo-ie and Margaret
Loeokor, daughters of Sergeant F.
Hoecker and Iorence llaffis of
AYalla Walla, were guests of Mrs.
) I ("able over Sunday.
Among the out o( town folk who
witnessed the performance of "The
Birth of a Nation" last night were
Mrs. Charles Hoggard and Mrs. H.
Vessel of Stanfield and Mrs. Ralph
Ftanfield and daughter Maxlne n(
Echo. ,
The four Parent Teacher Circles o!
Pendleton met In a union meeting las:
night in the auditorium of the Li
brary. The different talks brought
forth a profitable discussion. The mil,
sic was fully appreciated. The attend
ance was less than 100.
The members of the Fredda See
grus Kel club met last evening at the
home of the Misses Pauline and Mln
nahelle Jones, SI 4 Lewis street. Fol
lowing the business meeting; dancini
was enjoyed. At a late hour delicious
refreshments were served by the hos.
t esses.
Byron Johnson returned from El
lensburg today.
R. F. Peters of La Grande is regis
tered at the Pendleton.
C. D. Waugh was in from his home
at Pilot Hock yesterday.
W. B. Sergeant La Grande attorney,
spent yesterday in the city.
D. B. Banister, Athena farmer, was
at the Golden Rule last night
Martin Kupers, prominent Cold
Springs farmer. Is here today.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Slusher are up
today from their Nolin ranch.
W. E. Bloch. . Portland traveling
man, is at the St. George today.
R. Abrahamsen and Earl Ghormley
of Helix were in from their home last
evening.
Mrs. H. It. Wessell and Mrs. Charles
Hoggard of Stanfield are among the
Tenfileton visitors.
Mrs. Cliff Overturf and Miss Ber
i.ice Walker were up la.it evening from
their home at Stanfield.
William T. Welch, traveling repre
sentative of the Pier3on-Scott dry
good firm. Is in the city today.
Supervisor W. W. Cryder and Ran
ger C. B. Horton have returned from
an inspection trip into i-tarkey Pa
rairie. G. H. Bishop and F. M. Iavis, Free
rater attorneys, are in the city on bus-
COAL BARGE IS MISTIKF.V
FOR Bit; CARGO r-UOAT
NEW LONDON. Jan. 23 The
reported arrival 'if a German
careo submarine collapsed when
a big coal barge was discovered
anchored in the uuter harbor. It
arrived last night and its ap
pearance throuKh the darkness
caused rumors that the Deutsch
land hud returned.
EveryVomanTliinks
Seriously over the question of I
motherhood It tjse.i to mean
such agony and sacrifice, that
one could easily overlook tue
pleasure and honor of children
In the home but ''Mother's
W Friend" has change, the
I I views or f hO!t.a:idti of worr.n
H from tht of digress to a
Vlesssnt anticipation of the
happiness of bf-lcg a uiother.
Pf ertentaT spplic-atios Mottier'
FnemJ" htuj in tt won
derful truf'rriat:on of the pSy.i'-al
vtm (n ru nd comfort, t.rt
'Motlteri rnerwT' ml any dr'Ufnt.
An Intfiwelf ifitrettnr bn-tk on
iiUiert1 trill tie tiiM frw t I
a ripr.ti mithert.. A'Mre
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KAIJi ItirlllM
0tiinH-trlNt and Outidaa
Scientific optktl
ork. 11 )eart
experience.
American National Bank Building.
Pendleton.
Mrs. Vest!n..ke
daughter, Mry Lou.s
iast evening from an
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ess today. Mr. Bishop just recently
r turned from an extended visit in the
fast and south.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauneey Bishop of
Mil.ni, who will leave with the Ten-
Ifton delegation to the St. Paul mid
v.mter carnival, arrived in Ihe t,ilv
'his morning. .tr. ,iishoo wl Tepre
M the Pendleton Woolen Mills.
HALF MIIJ.IOX WOMKV
LO.NDOX, Jan. ;3.-Half a million
women are engaged in the production
Munitions in Great Britai,,
their number is increasing ,ia!lv
and
sai !
i""'"uii"rr .via;son
minister of
; ...u.iuo.ns. in an address at the Man
I sum House todav
liquor Is (MnriM-al,!
MARSHF1KLD. Jan. ?2.-lsher:tf
Cage and two deputies confiscated
rirty .Uarts of liquor found hidden !
usu, soutn of Kav. it ,s
believed it was lowered from a steam,
er and brought ashore in a motor,
boat
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1MVKKS MAY EXD WAH
DETROIT. Mich, Jan. 23. Pigmy
submarines, carried by the German
south Atlantic commerce raider, may
go far toward bringing an early end
ing to the war. In the opinion of Hen
ry Ford.
Big warships, the Detroit pacificist
believes, are doomed to the Junkpile
if it develops that the Germans have
started the manufacture' of the pigmy
U-boats in large numbers.
More than a year and p half ago
Ford outlined plans on which he was
working for the building of "Jitney"
submarines, which he believed would
consttiute adequate defense for tha
United States coast line.
"Manufacture of the pigmy subma
rines is a step toward general dis
armament" Ford declared today, "for
there will be no profit in the building
of huge warships in the future. It
may mean an earlier, ending of. the
war than has been hoped for."
MRS. JOHN TIGARD, W.
IS BVRXED TO DEATH
IX HOME, TIGARDVIIjLE
' .TIGARDVILLE. Ore.. Jan. 23.
Mrs. John Tigard. nearly 90 years old,
wife of John Tigard, for 60 years or
more a resident of this place and the
man after whom Tlgardville was nam
ed, was burned to death shortly after
noon Sunday. Her husband came
home and found her dead in a chair
w ith her clothing burned completely
off. The body was charred beyond
recognition.
Mrs. Tigard was in the habit of stir
ring the fire with a cane and it is
presumed that some fire which clung
to it was transferred to her clothing
after she had resumed her chair. The
house was tightly closed and the fire
did not spread and damage it, there
being no draft to fan the flames.
The funeral will be held under the
auspices of the grangers at Crescent
Grove cemetery, two and a half miles
! iiortnwevt of Tlgardville. at 1:30 this
f-.fternoon.
HIGH SCHOOL
NEWS
; In assembly this morning the bas-
k tbail game of Friday were dis'-uss-Icd.
Evervnne was much pleased to
! find that twenty-five dollars had been
j cleared on the games.
Only two years ago basketball was
considered a losing game in the high
school and the students and towns-
; OFFICER SAYS MEN LIVE ON EMBALMED BEEF
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?riotj rharues are made by Cap
ttu f'.eginald Bertram, one of the
( (i jrvivors of the original Prln--
I'-triria Own Light Infantry
h; hnM returned to New V.ork,
n ir.ded on his way to Canada to re--.rate.
-atain Bertram says that
the German soldiers are much better
4 s
.couora llshor
Mrs Whipp, who will assist Hart.
bridge Whipp, the distinguished bari.
tone in a song recital at the Temple
Theater Thursday, February 1st, is a
virtuouso as an accompanist, being at
all times sympathetic in the extreme,
People should be complimented for
putting it in a paying class.
After the games were discussed
some rare musical talent was discover
ed when Miss Anibal suggested that
the usual order be reversed and the
faculty sing to the students instead
of the students singing. This sugges
tion met with much applause from
the students and accordingly the fac
ulty lined up on the rostrum and sang
the morning song much to the appreci
ation of the students.
The advanced classes in English
under Miss Graves plan on putting
motion picture films dealing with
some of the best works of the stand
ard authors and study them in con
nection with these works. This meth
od of studying the authors is expected
to be very Interesting.
RAIDER DISAPPEARS,
RENEWED OPERATIONS
EXPECTED ELSEWHERE
Shippers of smth America Entirely
Dtxredit Rrport That fralwr Glas
gow Sank Commerce Destroyer.
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 23. The
raider has disappeared. Shippers are
momentarily expecting word of renew
ed operaions elsewhere. They entire
ly discredited the report that the
cruiser Glaskow sank the raider.. The
newspaper Standard published an un
confirmed report that a sirbmarlni
halted the Spanish steamer Reina
Victoria Eugenia at the mouth of the
river Plate and examined her papers.
NEWS AND SOCIAL
NOTES FROM HELIX
(East Oregonian Special.)
HELIX, Jan. 23 Charles Grant
has rented the Commercial hotel and
will take po.-session of it on the first
of February.
Special meetings began Monday
ivming at the Baptist church, Rev.
M. G. Bentley of Athena in charge,
Rev. YV. R. Siorms of Wallula, is ex
pected in a few days to assist during
the two weeks' course.
J. G. Bryan is at work after an ill
ness of one week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Embysk of Fen
dleton were Friday visitors.
Mr and Mrs. Jessie Smith and son
Leslie of Grady, New Mexico, left
Monday to visit the A. B McEwan
family of Athena. ,
Elmer Hendrickson Is finishing a
fed than the English, and says this
has been proven to the troops by the
contents of German knapsacks. All
that the British soldiers get, he says,
is "embalmed" beef, probably fur
nished by grafting Canadian firms,
which most of the troops throw away
after taking one disgusted taste.
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Whipp.
the two making an artistic combina
tion rarely found.
The announcement of this concert
is In line with the announcement o
Manager Welch when he took over
the Temple that he would bring a
number of high class attractions to
Pendleton during the winter season.
new one and a half story house on
his ranch south of town. He also is
building a new barn.
Quite a number of the younger set
attended the dance at German hall
Saturday night
Mr and Mrs. Wm. Johnson are vis
iting relatives in Butte for a few
weeks.
Miss Sybil Farley of Pendleton vis.
Ited over Sunday at the Pierce home.
R. C. Julian is here from Attalia.
Heed the
Warning
s
sent out by Nature when
the stomach, liver and
bowels have become weak
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CHAMPION LIGHT-HEAVYWEIGHT OF THE WORLD.
Hackenschmidt to throw McCarrolI
twice in one hour
This promise to be one of the greatest bouts of the season as McCarrolI is extremely
anxious to meet Hackenschmidt. Turn out an boost for McCarrolI. He is a Pen
dleton boy.
f l?w23 OSS I T' exhibition is for ladies as wel) as gent lemen.
SEATS ON SALE AT THE ALTA THEATRE, QUELLE RESTAURANT AND COSY
THEATRE.
RESERVED SEATS
on't Huy Cheap Shoes
in the belief that
it is economy
At the present price of leather you want to be sure that what you DO buy will
give you the most service. '
One pair of Edwin Clapp or Just-Wright shoes will;
prove positively that good shoes cost less in the end, and
you have the additional satisfaction of correct style and
perfect fit 11
CONSIDER THE QUALITY AND SERVICE RENDERED NOT THE PRICE.
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