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DAftY CAST ORECOmiT, rESPLSTQN, TUESDAY EVENESO, NOVEMBS3 2, 1620.
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Soda and Club News
"SOCIETT IS AMOt'RXF.D" ) IfermlMon, will be interested to know
Milady todiiy will "put on her el.ijlhat they have chosen Thursday. No
jaa.v bonnet" anil accompany nillnr.l j vemlier 4. as their wedding day. Many
to the polls where Flie will cast her j complimentary affairs are filling the
fiint vote to elect inn president of j final week before the event, La Grande
the w rnlled State. Society Is nd- friends feting the bride-elect with
Ji.urncd In favor of politics, tit least j luncheons, teas and dinners,
until nlghtinlt, 'though election Pr-j -t
. thin evening will oe quite theiD. A. R. TO or EX CALENDAR '
v(rup M'hen the I. A. R. Meet this even-
Women m e deeply Interested In the i In It will be Umatilla chapter's first
ballot this vear and with the connlitu- meeting of the 1S20-21 season. Mrs.
tlonM amendment adopted Just iu time I Sylvan Cohn Is chapter resent and
to admit the feminine vote, the 'n-j members are asked to come to assist
l.imwn quantity" which has caused j in laying plans for the winter. The
i nrh scratching of heads In political j meeting has been scheduled for 7:81
ramps, promises to wage its Influence. jc "clock in the club room of the library.
Then tnr.lght. when all Is said and
rone, these same first-voters will wait;CHl-RCH SOCIETIES TO MEET .
. I.., enserlv to hear the news, w- The Parish Aid. the .Sanctuary
nil Informal supper parties have been i Chapter and tho Ladies Auxiliary of
n heduled for the more ari'ent nn"- me v r.urcn or me tseaeemer will meet
to Dlan U amy up for election returns, is joint session tomorrow afternoon.
The event wll take place In Parish hull
VISIT IS rOSTlt'M-l'- '"Hl members are cordially iiskcd
Friend's of Mrs. J. X. Ruraess. who-to be present,
have been rxpeeltng her in Pendleton a
fr a visit, will regret lo learn thai DB1HKE F JiO.VOR To MEET
i mine was delav-Mi t.y tne sei imis me iegree oi Honor will meet In
apartment In the Association' build
ing. A pumpkin bowl was filled
with varied frulls to form a charming
centerpiece und covers, tit tho pretty
table were laid for ten.
her ci l
Illness and deatn oi ner simi -- i'ii-'i i-tismr wwivh lumurruw uu-
t Hanks. Oregon. The message was j ernnon at 5:30 o'clock. All mcmliers
'contained In a letter received today by ore Invited to be present. The meeting
Mrs J L- Montgomery. Mrs, Hurgcss, , u to be held in I nion hall,
who is spending the winter tit The
M.llnrvln Portland, will probably UltKAKFAST IS DKLIC. I ITKIT
make the visit to Pendleton later. One of tho most attractive of Hal-
a ! lowe'en time affairs was a breakfast
HIUnK-EI.KCT ENTEUTAIXER. j for which Mr. And Mis. Lynwood
Friend of Miss Helen Currev of I-i ; ljvermore were hosts Sunday morn-
iirn.le and Est ley Roy rarlcy ot ing. t.uests were asked to their
PF'S VPSTAIBS SHOP FOR WOMEN
A fortunatet purchase of NEWEST BLOUSES of ex
cellent quality Georgette crepe in many clever new style
adoptions all newest shades, values selling regular up
to $14.50, while they last $6.95
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OV K It T A Y li OK If A li I) W A KB S T O K E
Our Stock of Books
Will Furnish Ycu With a Maximum of Entertainment at
a Minimu mof Expense.
"A DAUGHTER OF THE LAND" .
by Gene Stratton-Porter.
"THE MAGNIFICENT AMEERSONS"
by Booth Tarkirtgtcn.
'THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS"
by Peter B. Kyne. ' " '
"NOMADS OF THE NORTH" ,
by James Oliver Curwood.
" by Harriet T. Ccmstock.
"THE LURE OF THE NORTH"
by Harold Bindlosi.
"THE ROUGH ROAD'
by William J. Locke.
"THE ISLAND OF INTRIGUE"
by Isabel Ostrander.
"THE HEARTS KINGDOM"
by M. Thompson Daviess.
We have hundreds of the latest popular fiction. " All are!
priced at $1.00
IKONS' DIG Sid
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention
SI'OKAN-B. Nev. 2. (A. P.) Three
business buildings suffered In a fire
this morning which caused a loss of
$25,000. Firemen controlled the blnne
which was threatening the First Bap
FACES BITTER FiGHT
ST. PAUJj. Nov. 2. (U. P.) The
non-purtisan league today faced the
bitterest election fbsht in thct north
west. Almost -every ballot , marked
meant "'survive'" or '"perish," to the
leaKuo. The battle in South Thikota
is especially bitter, with republicans,
democrats and independents all com
bined lo down the league candidates.
NOT EVEN A WHIFF
MOISTENS ARID CITY .
OF CHICAGO IN 1920
CHICAGO, Nov. 2. V. P.) To
day Is Chicago's "driest" election day.
Where booze flowed freely in past
election days today there was not
even a smell. A two and a half year
sentence . to bootleKgers yesterday
took all the thrill out of it. Cops
could have taken a day off today.
BEYOND USUAL DEGREE
nrru.l.W Nov. 2. (A. 1'.) Vri:
servets. n!ver popular In lrelund and
who in times of excitement had often
to eat their writs, now have been so
intimidated that they do not dare
even attempt to serve their documents.
In some cases where they took the
risk they have been held up by armed
men who took the writs from them.
Most of the writs are issued by the
fih innH commission claiming ar
rears of the annuities of the purchase
money advanced by the government to
tenants to entable them to buy their
N")w rules have been drafted to
meet the emergency anil u nas ueen
provided that it shall not be necessary
to serve a writ. It will be sufficient
mQu it hv resrlstered letter and ad
vertise in the local papers. The mere
fact of mailing is enough so that
nothing will be gained by holding up
the mail carrier.
WASHINGTON Nov. 2 (A. P.)
Naval airship D-2. which flew suc-
.. . r filiin t,t lAllirlev
cesstuny u vnv..,
,Vield VV. Va.. Sunday, has been deliv
ered, the navy department sum iuj,
to the army air lorces hibuoocu
- .! 1 thia tr'n l" m
1 on biiim ni"" - -
and 45 minutes. It is the largest cralt
of the type duih in n.- .
ON SHIPPING BOARD
WE HAVE DECIDED TO START NOVEMBER THE
FIRST TO SELL FOR CASH ONLY.
If credit is wanted we will give same after com
ing to a thorough understanding.
We can also reduce the price of our goods consid
erably on account of going on a cash basis, which
will benefit you also.
UMATILLA FLOOR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court Street 1 -00 W. Alta Street
A I ' v 1
MOBILE Frederick I. Thomp
fon ot Mobile has been appointed
a member ot the United State
Shipping Board for the Gulf divi
sion. Thompson Is publisher o'i
two Mobile papers. The Register.'
end The News-Item, and Is an of
3tr of tbs Eouiiorn Publisher
JI00 Keward, $100
Catarrh la a local disease irestly Influ
enced by constitutional conditions. It
tharsfore requires constitutional 'treat
ment. HALLS CATARHH MEDICINE
is taken Internally and acts th.ough the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of th Sys
tem, HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINB
destroys the foundation of the dteeaee,
five the patient utrensth by improving
the (enerel health und tnliti nature In
doing He work. $100 00 for any raee of
Catarrh that HALL'S CATARRH
MEDICINB falls to cure.
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One fine Flour Sifter free with each SAck of
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than SKOOKUM PAN CAKE FLOUR
HIGH GRADE COFFEE
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High grade Coffee In bulk. IMeane do not don fuse this
coffee with Home of the cheup grades on wile. ,
3 pounds run through our Coffee Refiner take out
all the Chaff.
"M. J. B Diamond V Hills Bros. Imperial nnd Chase nd
Simoom's Seal Brand Coffees
5 pound, $2.73 '
Drat Otne SufCnr, 100 poundn, $11.00
&ray Jms. (jrocery fo.
J HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
I'lsy Cutt Clitxen. Tho choice of
the cast for the Senior play was com
pleted It evening. MIhb Olive Roeche
faculty advisor of the class, Mlfs Ada
St. Peter of tho English dept., and Miss
Laura Ross coach of the play acted
as a committee to choose the charac
ters. The play this year will be pre
vented before the Christmas holidays
so that it will not Interfere with the
class day exercises as was done last
year. All members of the class of 50
tried for the parts and those who were
-most usessftU and were. chosen for
Sir John Cotswold Ivan Ilouser
Uidy Coltswold ...Mary D. Chlsholm
Cecil Cotswold Dnvld Swanson
Pegpy Cotswold ...Alberta MVMonles
Vining, Cotswold's servant
Mr. Lewis, 5rus,icnl agent of Cecil's
.i John Simpson
Sir Isaac Jsxobson . . John Henderson
Lady Jacobson ...... Blossom Wilson
Ksther Jacobson ... Genevieve Phelps
Adrian Jacobson . .Lucius Matthewson
Maximilian, Jacobson's servant ....
Capt. Trevor, An English-officer. ...
..blVc. cv .' P .
The play Is centered on the hatred
of the Jewish family by Sir John Cots
wold the master of the English home.
HHs son Cecil who has become famous
abroad as an opera singer has return
ed and has fallen in love with the
daughter of the Jewish family. The
son of the Jewish family has fallen
madly in love with Peggy, Cecil's sis
ter. Neither parent can consent to
the marriage of their children but thej
finally force their parents to consent
ini all ends well.
PULLMAN PORTER IS
KILLED IN S-. P. WRECK
' SAN' FRANCISCO, Nov. 2. (A. P.)
A pullman porter named Weisbcr
ser was killed, nd two passengers,
were hV'ired In a collision between two
sections of Southern Pacific train No.
16, bound from San Francisco to Port
land, at Corma early today.
The. collision occurred while the
first section -was backing out of a sid
ing. The second section crashed Into
it, partially wrecking a pullman car.
WATER IN CALIFORNIA
MOST VALUABLE CROP
l or headache rub tho forebea.
melt and Inhala the vapors
' Chct 1 7 Million Jan U-J Yuri,
HIGH PRICES CARRY .
WEALTH TO ESKIMOS
VICTORIA. B. C. Nov. 2 (A. V.)
High prices, penetrating to the Arctic
rim of western Canada, hove brought
wealth atid prosperity toKsk4mos. of
the Mackcniie river delta, who have
sold their recent fur catches for rec
ord figures, according tp Arthur
Thompson, an American prospector
who recently arrived at Edmonton.
Canada, from the far north.
Mackenzie River Kxklmo, Thompson
said, own a number of . schooners
which they operate on tho northern
rivers and between the Islands of the
Arctic seas during the summer months
when the Ice clears from the waters.
Thompson prospected as far east as
the Coronation Oulf, honje of 'the
bon.e Eskimo, reported discovered
by Vilhjalmur Stefansson ! Candatan
explorer. Thompson said he found
the eyes of the Coronation a-ulf natives
were lighter In color than those of the
natives of the country to the west.
Many of the Coronation Gulf tribes
still use bows and arrows in hunting,
Thompson asserted. Firearms are,
however, gradually making their appearance.
SAN FRANCIHCO, Nov. 2 (A. P.
i-Wutop 1m futiforniiis most valuabl
crop, according to the unnnal report
of the Railroad Commission ot Cali
fornia to Governor W. I). Stephens
hHt the two fold develop
ment of water storage for irrigation
an power purposes win iinng aooui
period of enormous development in
"California's streams and rivers, Itn
n, In full and Its snowfall, must tic
n,n,ii in nerve and serve well. the
governor was advised by tho commis
Experts have estimated that it will
require between three quarters of a
billion and a billion dollars to con
struct the necessary hydro-electric
power plants to care for future power
demands, and the commission said the
expenditure to carry out a program
for the conservation of water for Ir
tgatlon and domcstid purposes un
dmihtedlv would be as great.
. 'uHfAt-nfn'M naramount need Is
cheap power. Buys the commission,
hnennse the state has no coal supply
and Its oil is needed for other pur-
.iiiiiitim tnil.-iv. the reDOrt continues
as a result of regulation are' selling
their product at a price nearer io me
prices of pre-war days than Any other
Mmmmiiiv. run and electric rales
having advanced on an average not
more than 40 percent, against tuu to
600 percent advances on other com
FOR HIGHER PRICES
8P;aTTLE. Nov. 2. (A. P.)
Washington 'apple growers are hold
ing back apple shipments in anticipa
tion of higher prices, according to
Kred W. Graham, assistant agricul
tural development agent of the Great
Northern railroad, who bases his
statement, he said, upon the dally bul
letin of the federal burea'! f mar
wets at Spokane. According to the
bulletin, Mr. Graham said, apple
prices in British markets show an up
ward tendency with London prlcei
heading the list, . ,
Carrie A. Thompson to Hattie E.
Stanfleld. flO. 440 acres In Sees. 2.
II and. 12, Tp. 2, N. R. 27 and 340
acres In Sec. 17, Tp.,6,'N. R. 27 and
also lots In town of Umatilla,
Daniel Shaw to C. M. and M. F.
Umbarlser 600. i-2 Interest in and
to lots 2, 3 and 4 and SB 1-4 Sec. T,
Tp. 1, 8. R. 36.
H. J. Williams to the Bluo Moun
tain Camp Grounds, 1800.. NW 1-4
Sec. 35. Tp. 4, N. It. 37. '
Frank Puff to M. T. Baiter 34025
80.5 acres, mote and bound tract In
SW 1-4 Sec. 33, Tp. 1, S. R. 32.
Anna M. Herrlck to Alice V. Oliver
14040.00 mete and bound tract in
block 21. original town ot Pendleton.
Blanch H. Moorhouse to Olive V.
Oliver 3800. Mete and bound traot In
Block 21. original town of I'endloton,
F. M. Oliver to Roland . Oliver tl.
Lots J and 6. Block 6, I4vorniore's
Add. Pendleton. , . . t
Hermiston Bank & Trust Co., to 1st
Xafl Bank of Hermiston 500. Lot
12, Block 6, original town of Hermis
ton. ' .
Jessie S. Vert to Bardell M. Van
Donge 34400. NE 1-4 Sec. 32, Tp. 3.
N. It. 30. i
W. M. Sliishcr lo Bardell M. Van
Donge, $7500. NW 1-4 and Sec 32, Tp.
3, N. R. 30.
Anacortes, WASH. "I had or
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Buffalo, N. Y., 10c for trial package
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Good looks in woman do not
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You never see a good-looking ;
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Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion is the best women's tonio
there is. It is 50 years old, and
its age testifies to its goodness.'
Sumptuous Fur Collared
Wraps and Coats
PRESENTING PHENOMENAL VALUES ;
Quiet luxury and the extreme of elegance tire
achieved in the luxurious wraps and coats. Execut
ed in Evona, Chamoistyn, Caledoria and Bolivia
Cloth with deep collar of Neutria, Australian Oppos
um, Racoon, Squirrel, Hudson Seal, etc Jow. re
duced to $15.00, $25.00 and up to $97.50, ' '
CHILDRENS COATS s ,
Sizes 8 to 14
Reduced to $15.00 and up to. $35.00 ( '
; I'lans for the Cider Boys' Confer
ence here, November 6, s and 7 re u
Ihg completed rapidly. The program
will begin Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock with a brief address by the
conference director. A. E. Yount, on
the subject, 'Why Are We-Here'' fol4
lna-l Kv abort address hv Rev. Geo.
I Clark of this city. In the evening.
Norman F. Coleman, president ot tnt
Loyal Legion of LogRers and Lumber
men will speak on the subject "Am 1
; Saturday morning will be taken up
by addresses and conferences. The
afternoon will be given over to recrea
tional features in charge of Cash
Wood, County Y. M. C. A. secretary
for Umatilla county. Saturday even
ilg there will be a banquet for all deie.
gates given by the people of Pendleton.
On Munday the delegates will attend
church and Sunday school with their
h,ost and hostess, in the morning. In
the afternoon there will be a large
mass meeting for delegates of tho con
ference and the older hoys of Pendle
tin. This meeting will bo addrossed
l)y Hal Donnelly, student secretary for
tSie University of Oregon. Tho closing
service of the conference will be Bun
day evening In charge of W. W. Dll
Ibn, executive secretary of the Inter
state Executive Committee of tho
Youns; Men's Christian Association of
Oregon and Idahfl.
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we mount an) thing from a fly to an
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Spokane, Wash. a Itcmrd f. go.
Write aboui our deer head contest.
. ,r vcusr speocn in the pub-
re scnoois is m progress in Seattle
this week under ths management of
the school teachers, "Think about
your verbs" Is a slof in Ui tho tcac It
era and It is their nlun A ...
encourage bettor American speech.
ine campaign is not confined to tho
scnoois out. according to the promo
ters is to be carried Into the homes of
tho community at large.
THINK ABOUT YOUR
VERBS IS SLOGAN
2. (A. P.) A
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