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daily east osEcibmw, pendleton, oreqoh , Wednesday eveninq, November 24,
c'Ai.irmtMA visitors i-i:Tt:n
An event of mum than usual nurr
et shared hy Oregon folk last
week when Mr. Trunk K. King who
Ik sojourning hi Long Peach, t'nlifor
tita, entertained a group of other
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Suits at One
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Your Unrestricted Qioice of any Suits in
NOW ONE'HALF PRICE.
First Come First Choice
Over Taylor Hardware Store
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!THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE rexall store
YOUR PULLETS ARE LAYING.
YOUR OLD HENS ARE NOT.
Feed E'rinnah hot mixed with
"More Ejrjrs," whole corn and
seralchfeed. After one week your
hens will lay, if not sick.
Try, we know where we are talk
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court Street lOO W. Alta Street
Phone 351 ,
few of it rqnohed Pendleton friends
today. Tl'.a Kinp- family la domiciled
in lt02 Eist Seventh street and the
rroms of the horns were abloom with
California flowers and greens, chrys
anthemum and nasturtiums com bin
iB lo fushion a '.heme
Needlework am. viuitin
K nfforded an
t a i n s
S H O V
Sale - of Winter
- Half Price
It Can'f Leak,
Made in One
ALL one piece, like a bottle; no
. seams, no joints. Even stop
per socket is moulded in. .Guar
anteed for full two years' service
or a new one free. Get a Kant
leek. You may need it tonight.
, , .e
enjoyable afternoon and Mrs. King
served her guests with a charmingly
appointed luncheon. Her list Includ
ed, from Pendleton, Mrs. Douglas
Pelts, Mm. J. M. Hrown, Mrs. Nellie
Park, Mrs. Gideon Hrown, Mrs. J. W.
Kern, Mrs. J. K. B. King. M-s. Jinks
Dudley, Mrs. Casey, Mrs Frank l!lch
mond, Mrs. rharley Davis, Mrs. John
nie Winn und Mrs. KlKln, and from
Now York, Mrs. McQuilkin, und Mrs.
Faye-Jepson, of California.
The Kings who made the trip south
hy motor arc enjoying their stuy In the
reach city. The two daughters and
son are attending school there. Miss
Merle Kins being a student at Healds
College and Miss Lorene attending
Poly High with special music study
at Healds, Lester King has entered
Carrol Park school and the family
Plans to remain south throughout the
K. K. K. EXTEKTAIXED.
Miss Margaret Joerner extended a
delightful hit of hospitality last even
ing when she was hostess to a group
of K. K. K. members. They were
Mrs. Thomas Ward, Mrs. I W. Kings
bury, Miss Elizabeth Joerger, Miss
Alma llohrmnn. Miss Iva Black, Miss
Edna Keeker, Miss Sybil Farley, Misr
Laura Schwartz and Miss Rita Joer
ger. A Thanksgiving motif marked the
affair and at the supper hour,-guests
found places at a table where a cloth
of crepe paper depicted pumpkins and
cornstalks. Yellow streamers fluttered
from the electrolier to the covers and
yellow chrysanthemums were encir
cled by miniature, turkey gobblers
which guarded dainty bon bon baskets
at the places. Prints of more feath
ered companions vied with baskets of
vivid fruits to line the walls. The af
fair was a delightful one.
MRS. BERTHOLET TO DEPART.
Mrs. Gus Bertholet, formerly of this
city, now of Pasco, will leave tomor
row for Washington, D. C, where she
will represent l'asco at the national
Red Cross conference. She will go
later to New York and then to Fort
Ethan Allen, where her son, Captain
Frank Bcrtholot, Is stationed.
MRS SAUL IS GUEST.
Mrs. G. W. Saul of The Dalles will
arrive this evening In Pendleton and
will be a guest of Mrs. Constance
Isaacs at Hawthorne during Thanks
giving. Mrs. Saul, who was for many
years active In club work in Portland.
is now secretary of the Red Cross in
WILL VISIT IN LA GRANDE.
Mrs. Anna Furnish, Miss Katheryn
Furnish, Roy Furnish and Mrs, Frank
Stevens, Mrs. Furnlsh's mother, are
to leave tonight for La Grande to spend
I hanksgiving at the home of Mrs.
Henry Hill, another daughter of Mrs.
LEAVE FOR SPOKANE
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Schiller left this
morninsr for Spokane where they will
poepri Thanksgiving with relatives.
while you leepw
A Dependable Phytic
when Bilious,, Headachy,
Constipated and Upaet.
10, 25, 50c drugstore.
A big crowd. A good
Let us truly be thankful that
ve are living in an age of Pence
on Earth and Good Will To
warda Men- and this store is
more than thankful to our
many customers that have
made our business a success.
Everything m Fine Fruit and Vegetables.
Gray Bros, Groceiy Co.
PANTRY TABLE WILL ATTRACT
Cauldrons already are steaming,
kettles are singing and kitchens are
Ir.vsCcd by a hundred aromas of cook
ery, and goodies for everybody will
head the Pantry table on Friday even,
tug, December '8; Jellies, jams, mince
meats.' pies, cakes, doughnuts and even
snpghetti will there abour.d, for the
Pantry Table, In reality Is none other
than the booth which will feature
cooked foods at the annual bazaar of
the Church of the Redeemer.
Mrs. Norborne Berkeley is. i.l chargo
of the Interesting event and Mrs. J. B
Perry Is assistant chairman, while oth
ers working on the committee are Mrs.
C. C. Whiteman Mrs. C. H. William
son, Mrs. W. J. Clarke, Mrs. X. Bur
gess, Mrs. Westbrook Dickson, Mrs.
Mary A. Dlsosway. Mrs. A. I Schae-
fer, Mrs. Elizabeth Shull, Mrs. Ellen
Pond, Mrs. Frank Ftazler, Mrs. Ed
Strahorn. Mrs. C. K. Cranston, Mrs.
Charles H. Carter, Mrs. Clinton Roose
velt, Mrs. Burnett, Mrs. R. M. Saw
telle. Mrs. Constance Isaacs and Miss
' Besides the Pantry Table will be a
tea corner where callers will be served
under the dirction of Mrs. Whitman,
Mrs. Dickson and Mrs. Frazier.
BAZAAR DATE IS NEAR
Doors to the annual fair of the
Presbyterian Ladies' Aid Society will
swing wide at one o'clock Saturday
afternoon and the Ellis-Schiller dis
play room, already wonderfully attrac
tive, will disclose a fascinating array
of gifts and goodies designed to tempt
the Christmas novelty seeker or the
most fastidious sweet-tooth. The pret
ty room will also become a tea parlor
and throughout the afternoon and
evening callers may congregate about
the tables to enjoy cake with a cup of
tea or coffee.
i Needlework, too, will be featured.
Among the booth being prepared tor
by their chairmen, are:
Fancywork booth Mrs. 8. K.
Miscellaneous booth Mrs. E. E.
iApron booth Mrs. Joo Cox.
Candy' booth Mrs. H. E. McLean.
The tea room will be in charge of
Mrs. A. H . Cox and Mrs. at. H. Home.
Mrs. William Elakley Is in charge of
CLl B PLANS COMPLETED.
The home of Mrs. Charles Daniels,
111 South Main street, housed a de
lightful affair yesterday when Busy
Bee Club members were entertained
there in compliment to Mrs. Truman
Rogers. A short business session
preceded the social hour, Mrs. Dora
Allen, vice-president, presiding In the
absence of Mrs. Catherine Dluhm. A
guessing contest was then enjoyed,
high honors falling to Mrs. A. II.
Wendt and Mrs. I'. T. Itcltz. Little
Miss Mary Louise Dickson gave a
clever reading and the guests enjoyed
a buffet luncheon. Yellow and white
chrysanthemums were used through
out the rooms and luncheon appoint
ments were apropos of Thanksgiving,
little turkeys of paper mache mode
being much In evidence.
Guests other than members who
shared the event were Mrs. H. J. Ka
vanaugh, Mrs. W. S. Rcichert, Mrs.
Forrest Baker, Mrs. Ed Gclss, Mrs.
Westbook Dickson, Mrs. Thomas
Robertson, Miss Margaret Elder and
Mrs. Earle Williams.
DANCE MUCH ENJOYED
Delightful, indeed was the festivity
sponsored last evening by the Parish
House Guild of the church of tho Re
deemer when guests .assembled at the
home of Mrs. W. F. Matloc to dance
away the evening hours or gather
about the card tables to enjoy a few
rubbers of bridge or an Impromptu
game of "500." A note of Informality
prevaded the affair and made it
a charming one. Mrs. .uauoc s nana-
tome apartments were attractive with
late autumn flower sand foliage, while
yellow shades entwined the electroliers
An lnvit'nT punch bowl was in charge
of the girls of Mrs. George Hartman's
.Sunday, school class and the younger
maids of the church sold candy which
In the hands of James Welch, as auc
tioneer, was quickly uisposed of for the
benefit of the Sanctuary Chapter.
A sum near 150 was cleared by tho
Guild by last evening's successful
j DEPARTS FOR PORTLAND.
Mrs. Frank Holdman left today for
Portland on No. 17 to spend Thanks
giving and the coming week visiting
with relatives. Harold Holdman, her
son, who Is attending the University
of Oregon, at Eugene, will e in Port
land for the week end and will join
Mis. Holdman there.
RETURNS FROM PORTLAND.
Mrs. Ionore Chamberlain who
owns and operate the Marlnello
hop of this city, returned this morn
ing from Portland after a three
week's absence. She was accompa
niH hv her duurhter. Mine Nellie
' Cuts, Burns
Hamlin's Wli-.rd Oil a Safa Flral
How often lockjaw,, blood poi
soning, the loss of an arm or leg,
or sometimes even life itself, re
stilt from the neglect of a burn or
little cutl Hamlin's Wizard Oil is
a safe and effective first aid treat
ment. It is a powerful antiseptic
and promptly applied to wounds of
this kind will lessen the danger of
blood poisoning. Keep it handy.
Wizard Oil in a gooA lcp.nli bi. prep
aration to havft In tha mrOclna cheat
for first aid when tha donor may e far
away. It la soothing and heating anil
quickly drives out pain ani Inflamma
tion in caaea of ppralna. bruises, cuts,
burns, bites and stinga. Juat as reliabla
too for stiff nock, sora teat, rold sorca,
cankar aorea. aara:he and toothache.
Generous slsa bottle SSc.
If you ara troubled with ronatlpatlon
or sick headache try Hamtlns Wlsard
. liver Whips. Just pleawnl little pine1
till at druidsta for 10c. Uuarantae
MISS BRICE DEPARTS
Miss Anna Brice departed today for
her home In Portland where she Is to
remain until ihe Christmas holidays.
Then Miss Brice is to become the
bride of Jack Douglas, young business
man of Portland, who Is Interested In
the St Johns Planing mill. Friends
here are regretting that the permanent
home of the couple will be In Port
land. Miss Brice, the daughter of a
pioneer family of Eastern Oregon, re
turned here last March and lias re
cently been connected with the Bent-
Icy-Graham Insurance Company.
LEAVE FOR METROPOLIS '
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Perkins departed
today for Portland to spend Thanks
Hiving with their son, Ira Perkins.
They will remain In the metropolis for
about 10 days before returning to
their homes here.
WKIiCOME LITTLE SO!C.
J'undlclon friends are receiving an
nouncements today of the birth of a
son on November 20 to Mr. and Mrs.
L. B. Lindsay, whose home is now In
Kahlotus, Washington. . -t
RETURNS FROM VISIT.
Mh Lulu Dungan returned this
norning from a visit In Vortland,
where she was the guest of her sister.
Miss Pcarlie Rankin.
HURT IN BOILER FIRE
STOUOIITOX, Ws., Nov. 4. Three
were killed and two probably fatally
injured in an explosion of a boiler at
tho Ktoimhton Murkotlng Company
plant here today. The entire boiler
was blown through the wall of a
creamery plant, 100 yards away. '
THE violent paroxysms of,
coughing soon eased by Dr. '
King's New Discovery. Fifty
years a standard remedy for colds. ,
Children like it. No harmful drugs, '
but just good medicine. At your
druggists 60c and $1.20 a bottle.
Lazy People, Lazy Bowels
So many folks neglect the serious
condition of constipation, ft under
mines the health, takes all vim out
of you. Dr. King's Pills will in a
gentle manner invigorate the system,
stir up the liver, move the bowels.
Simeold price, 25c, all druggists.
Dt Prompt! Wont Grip
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
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SUITS 1-2 PRICE f
Now $24.75 to 75.
COATS . , ' '
Now 812.50 to $85.00
, Now $19.50 to $89.50
FROM 1-4 TO 1-2.
Compare the Quality, Style and Prices
of Our Garments.
WILL CONTINUE SLIDE
CHICAGO, Nov. 24. (U. P.) Liv
ing costs, now on the run. will con
tinue dropping Indefinitely, expert
witnesses testified today in a supple
mentary hearing before United States
Judge Alschuler on the wage demands
of 2,000,000 packing house workers.
Present price declines are burked by
"financial uncertainty, plant closing,
lower wages und a gcncrul demand
for thrift," J. L. Wells, economist and
witness for the packers, declared.
Wells cited recent bureau of labor sta
tistics showing declines In food costs
of thrco percent In October.
,' WcHs produced other figures to
prove" that prVea on all essentials
tumbled 5.4 percent durjng the last
Other witnesses for packers con
tended that tho drop amounted to 10
percent during last year on all articles
except food and clothing, which they
said fell 30 percent. The greatest re
ductions were niado last month, they
contended. Attorneys for employes
agreed the tendency of prices has
been downward but argued that It Isi
7V N09tf ttfl ill rmg from th
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electric cleaner in the world.
You may have a Hoover placed permanently in your
home for a nominal turn, and its purchase arranged on
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for you any time, either in your home or in our store.
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.103 I':. Court St.
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moment Zemo is applied. In a short .
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For clearing the skin and making it
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