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OKVLY EAST OREGOrTIAR, PEWDI.ETOIf, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1010.
Social and Personal
The home of Mm. Chai . . N orris
will H' ihr Ntn Saturday of a moot
ing of thr Research club, Mrs. Norrbj
and Mm. Hammond Match bcinff
hoMeut'i for Ihc affair.
Thr 1'nited Arttnuntt have chosen the
in. ill. i Kiitlf WiMxJnM'n hull I r their
meeting plaot aiul luat evening a de
lightful jjalow wh enjoyed there,
Klectb n f offlrers wan followed by
a oc.al hour and the serving of a light ,aml
informally n joyed supper. The fol- nd
lowing mrnilwiK were chon-n to head
t he lodge d uring the rominf ear:
doorire Kdmund, master artisan, Mrs,
M initio Kiftwcnaer. superintendent;
Charlen ivil'uu. Inspector; Mrs. loule
K. Lampkin. secretary; Joseph P.
"Walker, treasurer; Henry Thompson,,
senior conductor; W- H. Rahe. master
of ceremonies; Felix Duke, Junior con
ductor; J. M. Mct.ee and Mrs. Win
nie, field commander.
riKni appoimmem uftKwuv or tlteT In lonfurmamc ufth the spirit ..M
ovraay season marked a supper the mayors proclamation ask log von
which followed the play, cuenta find- servution of fuel the Hluo Lodge of
Inff their partners by uniquely arrung- ! M.utons have cancelled their dancing
vu ranis iHnnK mo names t.r stales : wrt. Mhvduled for tomorrow evon-
mmm wmmr capita.. , iug n Kag,p.Wuiulmail
it inli M ore honors fell to Mian Lour I
Jerurd and Roscoe I. Keator. both
guests of the dnb for the evening.
( i hers, besides members who were
asked to share the hospitality of Mr.
Mrs lUce were Mrs. Keator, Mr.
Mi. W, Swnrtzenbcrg, Mr. and
Mrs. H. K. Ureen, Dr. and Mrs. uy
L. Hoyden, Mlas IM Snyder, Mr. and
Mrs. t'.eorge Hart man. Jr.. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold J. Warner and James
Miss iKIcunor Hunt of Portland to
day became the bride of Kmll Heck,
well known young IVndleton business
man, the ceremony taking place lit
the Willamotte valley city. After a
short weddintf trip the couple will re
turn to Pendleton to make their homo.
Thuy are expected to arrive Monday.
Miss Irma Ruther of Helix return
ed yesterday from Rod Wing, Minne
sota. Sho plans to pond part of the
holiil.i miifiii , ,. u ml imrt lit M I :
Ladle Guild this evening as ' rcturninjf early In the new year.
be no meeting of the
Miss Annis Rr.wen. of Coin. Iowa,
arrived on delayed No. IT last even
ing to le a guest at the home of her
cousin. Mr.-. V. M. Khrel. Miss Kowen
will remain In Pendleton for several
. days en route to California for a more
. extended stay. She plans to visit also
Portland and way points.
Guests sufficient to make up seven
tables of Bridge enjoyed the hospital
ity of Mr. anil Mrs. Lyman G. Rice
when they were hosts to members of
the Fortnightly Bridge club and a few
additional friends. Crimson candles
burned in the attractive rooms and
A meeting of the Want-to-Come
club scheduled for tomorrow at the
homo of Mrs- C. O. By hoe on Bush
street, has been postponed because of
illness In tho By bee family . The
date of the meeting has not yet been
Miss Minnabell Jones left on San
day for Spokane where she will spend
a few days with friends in that city.
She will go from Spokane to Seattle,
where she will be joined by Miss
Pauline Jones and Mrs. D. W. Bailey.
They expect to spend the holiday sea
son there, visiting relatives and
A pre-Christmas bazaar scheduled
' for Friday evening at Mooso hall by
the Busy Peo club of tho Maccabees
has been indefinitely postponed. A
dale for the event will be chosen ufter
!the fuel crisis has passed.
STILL SET OUT LARGE
CROPS, SEEING PROFIT
HOPE'S VPSTAIKS (i.VRMEXT SHOP
EPGEXE, Ore., Dec. 10. Lane
county hopmen have set out large
acreages of hops this fall, according
to Frank Heyer. pioneer buyer of this
j city. Mir. Meyers says growers
throughout the valley, assured by
present prices, are convinced that
there is enormous profit In the crop.
i Several hundred acres of hops in
Lane county were dug up within the
past few years only a few of the grow
ers in this locality remaining in the
business. Seavy Bra. and J. W.
Thornsbury are among the larger grow
ers around Eugene who havo stayed
with the business and they have pros
pered. Mr. Meyers this year paid 50
to 7.1 cents a pound for hops,
"At these prices the larger growers
have become almost independently
rich.'" said Mr. Heyer yesterday. "Of
course, the cost of growing the crop
is far greater than it was a number
of years ago. but prices have advanced
more than the cost of production.'
SUITS, COATS, DRESSES
Great Reductions on Every
Choose "practical gifts" from
this Women's Shop.
SECOND FLOOR TAYIjOK Bt'ILJHN'G
Mrs. Kenneth McRae dispensed
charming hospitality yesterday when
a group of friends were asked in with
their needlework for a few informal
hours, followed by a light luncheon, '
the quests finding their places at a
retty table by unique favors. Miss
Esther Jenkins and Miss Vashta Hos- i
ins assisted the hostess In serving and
her guests included: Mrs. L. L. Rog
ers. Mrs. Elmer Baer, Mrs. H. E. In
iow, Mrs. Bro willow, Mrs. Theodore
Remboldt, Mrs. Joe Cox, Mr. S. A.
Newberry, Mrs. Floyd Croup, Mrs. W.
Schwartzenberg. Mrs. Ida Fowler,
Mrs. Elmer McCormmach, Mrs. Fred
Lieuallen and Mrs. James Dunham.
ATTACK ON RAILROAD BILL
WSA H I N GTO N . Dec. 1 0 . Deba t e
was resumed today on the Cummins
railroad bill. Senator Lafollette be
gan an attack on It which Is expected
to consume two days.
Notice to the Public
We wish to announce that beginning
today we will make but two deliveries
daily, from such stores that we make
deliveries from, hours, p a. in. and 3
P. m. This remains effective until
such time as street conditions will per
mit more. Please order your goods
early ea6h morning.
1 tJWVM 11
I v mi a I
ySpPBf The Xmaa Gift De Luxe'
AC?IS'A The discriminating will ap- 1 j
IM jry preciate the quality and style j j ;
IB r 9HM right.
H w Z-a! If your old fur needs repair-
' mS Arid relining, bring it in.
I Clin gan Hat Shop I
The Small Shop With th Big Business !
814 Main Street jo
. , THEY'RE CLEAN ENOUGH I
THE THOMAS SHOP
Formerlv Known a Tho Pr!
AT $15.50, $17.50, $19.50
AND UP TO $95.00
You save big money on these.
Come and see them.
FINE FOX FURS
at $27.50, $30 and up
THE QUALITY OF
IS THE FIRST THING NOTICED
The satisfaction of having a genuine article more than
repays you for the difference in the price of a genuine
piece of Leather Goods and an imitation. We have the
finest line of hand tooled Strap Purses and bags in east
ern Oregon. We have gents' and ladies' toilet cases in
genuine leathers, correspondence sets, collar bags, purses
and bill books in fact most any item you will want in
IjulIeK Strap 1'urwK S2..10 to S20
ipUtai1 Hand Ban VMM to $2
Unites' Toilet Sets s: to sr.
DO SotB $.1.50 to S2t
-ins' hiii Bookst&M to $ I. -..oo
.inns' Pttraea i.oo to sil
lent' Toilet Caaaa n.fto to sir.
tuuur Kit hi CMMa $2.oo to $15
; nls' ( i i -1 . i . 1 1 -.
in-.. S..1M fS.OO to $20
lenta Colmr Bati $2.00 to $t.5o
Cnses .ts.no to $10
The Pendleton Drug Co.
The Rexall Store
CHEEDINGHAM. Enp. This pair is particular about getting
K-et needlessly. They took part In the competitions at the southern
"'"in" - mAMnr h?rc ari.'l when It retnod. got nnd.T an umhrv'Ja
ICY WAVES .SVEKPI.V; EAST
Every THURSDAY, FRIDAY
1 to4 7 to9
Teaching correct ballroom and fancy
danclns. I Buarantee aatisfaction. 5
lessons for $5.00. Private or class lessons.
60 yrs. ago
an English chem
ist began to manu
facture BEECHAM'S PILLS.
Today they have the largest
sale of any medicine in mm
the world! HnL
In boxes. 10c.. 25c
A JewGlry ryf
Many of us like to give those we love mother,
father, sister, brother, wife, husband, sweetheart, or
very dear friends something they can ''keep forever
and treasure always." It is this type of gift one finds
in the jewelry store.
than to rt
could bring greater joy to the gift receiver
ceive a present from any of the following :
Gold and Silver Novel
ftlM Hair Ornaments
A. L. Schaefer
726 Main Strct
f HOW WEAK
Mrs. Westmoreland Tells in
f the rouowing wjiwi.
- a i nri Ant
Harrison, JN- i- ueu "
child was born I did not know about
l ljyoia ci- iiin..
pound and had a very
hard time. I read in
the Vegetable Com
pound and when my
second child came I
took it and was well
during the whole
tine, and childbirth
was a hundred times
easier. Ever since
then 1 have used it
for any weakness " "
without it for the worU 1 do all my
work and am strong and he. I thy. I am
n-jrsinz my baby, and I still take tnc
VegfbleCompound asitkeep. awoman
I lood health. Yot may publish my
ZJBEJU fortbegoortof other ncn
if yon choose to do so. -Mn.. t. wcjr
MORa.AND, Harriwn, N.Y.
Women who suffer from displace
ments, irreROlarities, innammntjon.
ulceration, backache, hoadach. j anJ
r ervoosness should lose no time in .nviug
Jiis famous rooc and brt 'JS'
l.j dia E. Tinkb.m' Vegetable ( om-
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(Continued from Page 1.)
below zero and a Mizzard promised liV
the weather man. Chicago went on J
barter fuel rations today.
The Illinois public utilities commit- '
sion today continued in force all the j
conservation measures included in Its
"raer i-r last week which were more
drastic than Fuel Administrator Gar
field's national order yesterday.
Muv Condemn Houses
LEWISTON-. Ida.. Dec. 10. All
schools, motion picture houses and
non-essential industries may be clos
ed here to pave fuel. The city council
Is today considering such action.
Business houses may be required
to shorten their day to six hours.
t ondeiunation of various wooden
shacks, and half burned houses in
many sections of the city Is seriously
considered by the council. It Is pro
posed to wreck the build Iiiks anil
turn over the lumber to poor families.
vf(jn oodycuau::- - zo. aoriz
Call a ph sician. Immedi
ately begm "emergency"
CHIN CHIN PRESENTS
In Chmlc-s UillinKhani'M tunff'il
comedy "Chin Chin" nuulo famlll-ir
In New York by the several UbflMtfUl
f.'ftHoiiH of MttntRomery and stone, the
HfeneM are I mi In China, giving oppor
tunity for a display of ullkn, satins and
velvet, dear to the feminine eye. Th'
BOtnfc effects are as beautiful an the
t illumes, making up a spectacle of
s-'reat brill la ncy and kaleldoscopi '1.
The book is written about the ol 1
Arabimi nights tale of Aladdin and his
famous lamp, with variations suited
(o the Chinese setting. The two lead
Ing eomedia ns, Walter Wills and Tioy
Tender, take the parts made famous
v M ' n t '-.. ; i and Stone, and do
their work so well that they keep their
audience In a ro;tr of laughter. Jos
eph Koblnson as Abanazar was In the
orlRiinl eUt ard so was dulnty Violet
Tree who takes the part of Kan-Tan
no well. The Kpet-laities introduced
betw-en the acts were of a high order
MIna Montran who in the leading
winger, has the part of the Goddess of
th Iiimp. Sho is a young woman of
attractive personality. handsomely
ffowned, and with a clear and sweet
ffoprano voice admirably fitted to the
le'-.uiiements of this rote. Her two
jtolos, "Violets' and "The fjray Dove,"
are rendered with much feillng and
win the enthiiMlastlc ftppUlMM of her
The chorus Is large and well train
ed. "Chin Chin" Is especially strong
In Its JHHMteal feature, ope brln" ft
Should Ho Quarantined
Mttny physicians bei'evo that anyone
who has a bad cold Khould bo com-
j pletcly isolated to prevent other mem
bers of tho family and a-ssociates from
contracting the disease, as colds are
about as catching om measles. One
thing sure the sooner ono rids him
self of a cold the leas the danger, and
you will look a good while before you
find a better .medicine than Chamber
lain's Coush Itemedy to aid you in
curing a cold.
These tablets are intended especial
ly for Indigestion and constipation.
They tone, up the stomach and enable
it to perform ita functions naturally,
j'hey act gently on the liver and bow
els, thereby restoring the stomach and
bowels to a h filthy condition. When
you feel dull, stupid and constipated
You are certain to
joy Your Meajs?
If you do not enjoy your meals your
digestion Is faulty. Bat moderately,
especially of meat, masticate your
food thoroughly. I,ct five hours
elapse between Batata and take one of
Chamberlain's Tablets immediately
after supper and you will soon find
your meals to bp a real pleasure.
LET THE GIFT TO YOUR
Dining Room Table
AND YOU PAY THE
TAXES OUT OF
THE 4 PER. RENT
AL? OR DOES
Hours: 3 a. m. to 12; 1 to 6 p. m.
DR. THOMAS C. OMART
Main Street, Over ths Hub
Special for the Holiday Trade we are displaying many
new and exclusive designs in DINING ROOM TABLES
in most any wanted wood or color.
There is no gift that would please "her" more for
Christmas, and at the same time add beauty and grace to
See them on our floor they are priced from$22.50 up
FOR THE GIFT THAT IS "DIFFERENT"
In our front window we are Arrowing .ome very pretty
and serviceable gifts in oak and mahogany. They are
gifts that please the entire household. Ail are priced so
that you can well afford one or RKrrtt!
Complete Home Furnisher
103 E. Court