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DAILY EAST OStEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OUEGON, FEIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 22,-1020.
GQMPERS FOR FIRST
r' FAGS TO
Say You Want
Don't Spai! of Streak 'your
Material in a Poor Dye
. A PRESIDENTIAL FUND
Labor Chief Says Support of
Cox is High Duty of Ameri
can Manhood Because of
Progressive Record. '
NEW YORK, (Vt. lK-umilel
Clomper, president if the American
Federation of Ii-i)or, has made
flint contribution to the rtunpalirn
fund of a political parly, according to
till own statement. In the check which
he wnt to Chairman Georg white,
of the democratic national committee.
Mr. Gompers in the letter accom
panying his checks for $25 as his con
tribution toward the eypensos of Gov
ernor Tor's campaign, said that while
he had made a contribution to the
N on -Haiti nan Political Campaign Com
mittee of the American Federation of
Labor which Investigated the record
of the two presidential candidates 1
thia was the first occasion on when
he ever had contributed to a political
He m Id he was not a member of the
democratic party or any other politi
cal party, but was endeavoring to pre
sent to the cltisenship of the United
8tntes the great issues Involved In this
campaign.. His conviction, he wrote.
was that it is the duty of American
manhood and womanhood to give
their support to the fullest to the can
didacy of Governor Cox.
Sir: Oompers' letter In full follows:
'Dear Mr. White:
"Enclosed please find check for lia
as the . best financial contribution
which I ran make toward the legiti
mate expenses of th campaign in fur
Kuch packtigtt ut "Uiaiimnu Oves'
contain directions an simple that any
woman can aiamond-dy a new, rich,
fadeless color into worn, shabby gar
ments, draperies, coverings, whether
wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods.
Buy "iManiond . Dyes"- no other
kind then perfect results are guar
anteed even if you have never dyed
heforw. Tlmggi.st tins color card.
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
Immediatelv after a "Danderlne
massage, your hair takes on new life,
lustre and wonderous beauty, appear
ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Don't let your hair stay life
less, colorless, plain or acraggly. You,
too, want lots of long, strong beautiful
t A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Dan
derine" freshens your scalp, checks
djindruRg and falling hair. This stim
ulating "beautfy.-tonic" gives to thin,
nesa and : fc-uindant thickness All
diuu. fding hair that youthful 'bright-
therance of the election of Governor
' ox to the presidency or the United
"This is the first financial contribu
tion that I have ever made to a Doliti
cat party. 1 have made a similar con
trlbution to the American Federation
of tabor Non-Pnrtlsan Campaign
committee, which after comnnrimr the
aeciaratlons of the democratio and
republican party platforms, and after
investigation and analysis of not onW
the respective records of Senator
Harding and governor Cox but their
declarations, spirit and trend of mind,
havo decide to support Governor Cox
"In the present political contest for
the highest office within the eift of
me people, we find Governor Cox em
bodying all that is truly constructive.
far-seeing and forward-seeing; to do
valiant service for all the people of
our common country; to deal with our
internal and international affairs and
relations; to maintain the adeals of
Ame-ica for which the name and spirit
of America stands; to see to H that the
influence of our republic in world af
fairs shall not be a hindrance but
lunnerance so that peace, progress
and fraternity shall be nourished and
"I am not a member of the demo
cratic party or any other political par
ty, and for mere party success I have
littie liking. In my own way, with my
associates, I am endeavoring to presen
to the citizenship of tne United States
the great Issues involved in this cam
paign. I cannot ally myself or give
my support to a candidate and politi
cal party in this campaign such as
Senator Harding and his associates
who embody and typify the spirit of
reaction and autocracy.
The need of the American people
leads to the road to progress and the
concept of the sovereignty and dignity
of citisenship. To my mind, the duty
of American manhood and woman
hood is to give their support . to the
fullest that Governor Cox shall be
elected president of the United States.
"With best wishes for success, I am
"Very truly yours,
President A. F. U"
A. C, Koeppen & Bros.
Kb Drag Store That SerrM
(East Oregonlan Special.)
STA.NFIELJV Oct. J2. The. Study
Club met at the home of Mrs. E, S.
Severance Thursday afternoon, the
meeting was called to order by Pres
ident Hills, after the usual business
was disposed with, most excellent pa
pers -were read by Mrs. C. W. Connor
on "Foreign Finances in Mexico," and
"Spanish Influences in the Southwest
ern States" by Mrs. G. Dunning.
The Pollyanna's met at the home of
Mrs. Ivan Dunning Wednesday after
Mrs. Galloway who has been visit
ing at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Fred Laughtary the past week has re
turned to her home in Portland.
Mrs. C. C. Hazen was shopping in
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hendricks oi Pen
dleton were the Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Chester Dupuis.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haggard nas
as their house guests this week. Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Tom and daughtetr
and Harold Dissmon of Wasco. Mrs.
Mary Venamon- and Miss Alta Walker
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Severance motor
ed to Hermlston Wednesday.
. Nell Rock of Echo was caning on
trWds here Saturday.
Mr. and m. Thomas Kicnaros n
granddaughter Miss Bessie Richards
and Mrs. W. H. Hesser were m Her-
miston Sunday. , , .
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kyie arc oe.ns
foHMtatted on the arrival of a baby
girl on Thursday the little miss will bo
known as Jane Gray aye-
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With the Simplex Electric
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The Inverted cone-shaped el
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