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DAILY EAST OREOOHIAR. PEND1.ET0JT. OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 27, 1030.
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Social and Club News
riJ'B MEKTtVO DK1.KSHTFVT. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. I. Poynton far the Mrs. Alex MnckPnsle,
In wrlonni contrast to the chillliiit ;pat thrp mnntns, departed today for .Rtreet,'
wind unit w-eplnir rlnrt-ip nut-of-j Hlackfont, Idaho, where sho haa ta.
doors, m-ns thd oene presented yeter-ken a position In n department More,
day In the rltih room of the library 1 Minn Hint lius nmdu inany friends diir
where Current Ijterature rinh em-tnir her short stay here and they re
bern mot as inieniH of Mr. Thomas iieret her derture. She will return
Va us.hu n and Mt Iteth Smiih. The, for a short visit with the Roymons In
ruh of the river nearby wan rivaled the late spring when ahe plans to re
hy the crackling-of a bright fire on the Iturn to the Hast for a visit with her
hearth and the funny combining of
red and rusaet flowers with the yel
low hanging of the- pretty room
In pleanlng- keeping with the warmth
of grarioua hoapitality.
The day' study was devoted to
Ptiteh and Belgian literature and the
following- numbera made up the pro
gram Solo, "Bring Bark the Oolden
Pay," Mrs. Charles Bond.
Dutch and Belgian Ulerature, Mrs
MRS. BISHOP IS HONORED.
Mrs. C, I Bishop of Salem, former
Pendleton matron who ia being wel
comed for a vixlt here, was compli
mented in a delightful way yesterday
tt hen Mrs. K. T. Wade asked In a
group of old-time friends for her
I pleasure. A note of Informality mark
led the affair and chrysanthemums and
clusters of Oregon grape decked the
! rooms of Mrs. Wade's home. A buffet
Brief .ketch of Verhaeren and read-llln,,t,eon waa s,rvel , thf fma, hour
ing rrom sunlit Honrs, Mrs. j. it. t;a
Heading from "The Betrothal" by
Maeterlinck. Act I, Mrs. Norhorne
ona. Mrs. E. B. Aldrlch.
A tea. hour followed the study and
tall green candles cast their glow over
the table which was centered by a
. ..' . . 'Viable.
r-nin iieiiiuifn. .hit., r.. ia. oiiiiiii .11111
Mrs. Berkeley presided there.
II-NOHEON IS COMPUMF.NTART.
j- The presence in Pendleton of Mrs.
Bishop Is the Inspiration for another
Small Souls" by Couper-" f i V
v.. v. iiaiiiiinn iiM.iue Jiveu lew
'guests to luncheon at one. "The list in
cludes old-time friend of Mrs. Bish
op. with covers laid for ten. Appoint
ments of yellow mark Mrs. Hurtmnn's
TEAM IS FETED
-Members of the Girls flncholor Club'
proved themselves delight f tit host esses I
lust evenlnsr when they. .entertained rt; i
the home of Miss Irva Dale, 4119 Water'
Mreet, in honor of the high school
football team. Friends of the girls I
and of the team were Invited and Iho I
hours were spent In duncing. simple
uppointmenta were chosen and tnfor-'
mulity marked the affair.. At a punch
table where cakes were njso senjeu, I
little Miss Alta Dale and Kaymunrij
lfostessea Tor the danco were Jllss
Dale, Miss Kthel Harvey, M1ss Uivelle!
Perry, Miss Blossom-Wilson, Miss Itos;
Mathews, Miss Thelma Dupuis Miss'
Kose Mathews, Mis Mary Douglas '
Mary Douslas Chisholm, Miss Douglas, j
Miss Kvtln McAtee, Miss Hilda Lnren-J
Hen, Miss Murjorle Best, Miss I.uclle i
Saiiiiir, Miss I.uclle Pearson' and Mlss
I-ois Swasgari. . ,
LEAVES FOn IDAHO.
Miss Anne Butte of Wheaton. Minn.
3 PESTS LEAVE FOR HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hilbert and son
Frank left this morning for their home
at Pkiah after a three weeks' visit
who has been a guest at the home of wilth Mrs. Hilberfa parents, Mr. nnd
V V S T A I U S
S H O V
nf 33 Matlock
. First quality Oregon Walnuts, pound 40c
New Filberts, pound .t...A.( 40c
I X L Almnnds, pound 45c
Texas Pecans, pound 45c
New Brazil Nuts, pound .......... ...45c
Fine quality Mixed. Nuts, pound : 45c
Shelled Nuts New Stock
.Walnuts, pound , ,..........$1.25
Almonds, pound $1.25
Pecans, pound ......'... ..... .-: $1.75
Salted Peanuts, pound 40c
''Fine stock of Christmas Candy to arrive soon. .
Sweet Cider, gallon . t 75c
First shipment of apples from the John Ross ranch
to arrive next week. Watch our windows,
Gray Bros. Grace ly Co.
ON ALL COATS,' SUITS, DRESSES;
WAISTS, S15IUTS AND SWEATERS-
OPEST IS ENTERTAINED "
Mian Frances Day of Walla Walln
who is a visitor here was the guest of
honor at un iuformnl nnd .delightful
dancing party last evening when Miss
Genevieve Eddie asked i group of
friends for her pleasure. The evening
was spent in dancing with a buffel
supper following. Red and white rose
buds were used in decoration and
fourteen guests shared Miss Eddie's
Miss Day arrived last evening to!"'" '" i '" "
""ITS HI PU8I1 IMl IIIO HWIiUl 1U U( It II
last night has its way. By-law were
adopted declaring war on scenes por
traying loose nionilsj unclean Hfe and
crime. H ommittces were chosen. . nm-
1 - opastnodieCreuplsfrtquamlr
pend tho week-end at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. Katherine Boone. " -
KETVKNS FROM NEW YORK
Mrs. Charles Haynra (Beatrice Rost
ers), has arrived homo from New York
where she has spent -tho past month
as the guest of her mother. Mrs. Roar,
era visited in Pendleton earlier in the
summer and is known- to- many
friends. Mr. nnd MrV. . Ilnyiies . are
making tiicir homo in tne M-curuy
Any Suit One Half Price.
Silk Dresses at Wholesale Cost
Wool Dresses Wonderfully Reduced
Coats at Great Reductions
Your opportunity to buy two garments for
the price of one.
f II productions.
relieved by on application
Ovtr 17 MltHmJan Ud Ytafa
A .pruning st-hool, under" the1 ntts
pices of the Umatilla County Farrti
Rnivinu, will be held' In J. F. Rlover's
orchard near .Milton December 20 to
4, inclusive, to give Instruction to
Over Taylor Hardware. Store
I.ITTl.K DA Uf! TITER WRI.Ot)MED
Mr. and Mrs. Finis Kii'kl'atrick aro
r.fcii,g congratulated upon me arrr.ni ;I;mati,a county fruit grower, aceord
of a daughter, horn on Thanksgiving iing to announcement made today by
oay at St. Anthony's hospital. ThelFre(1 pPnnion countv agent- -little,
girl waighs five pounds. Her r ,u lMng (1 A c cxtenBlon ape.
P-.ither was formerly ,Miss Dehnrnh .fHat in horticulture will he in -'charge
. ..of the school. He will meet With Mr.'
' Slover. l'Bolt, V. C. Hopson, coun-Itv-
fruit inspector, E. P. Jensen,,-1 J.
Wilcox. Milton Farm Bureau' commit
iteemen and Frank Heddc-w, of Her
imiston, and explain various methods
of pruning. The men will act as
St!l D1KI5S ; TO MIXES.
CH1I.LICOTHB. Ohio. Nov.. ;7.s
(U. P.) Four hundred and fift-y sol
ditrs entrained from here today fri
strike duty in Mingo county in the tumty to try-out different systems,
West Virginia coal strike zone. 'saya -Mr- Reunion. The results of the
' pruning wll he obserted during the
I next three years. Mr. Slover's or
KITCHIX SITFEItS STROKK Ichard has many full grown apple trees
WASHINGTON, Nov. 27. ( U. P.) with considerable wood growth and In
Representative Claude Kitch'n today
The daintiest packages and most delicious as
sortments ever produced for the discriminating
candy lover. The craving for more lingers- .
because their irresistable charm of flavor is
never forgotten. .,
Every taste leaves a longing for "just one
Utopian Sweets are sold in Pendleton at
THOMPSONS' DRUB STORE
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. ;
VISyTS IN YAKIMA.
.Miss .Mary S-hult left today
spend the week-end in Taklma.
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l-'alr Woollier Predicted, ,
A season of fair weather la predict
ed for Tendleton by Major Ie Mnor
house, official weather observer. The
barometer registers 29.95 and this U
Indicative of the end of tho storm. The
maximum today Is r0 nnd the mini
mum last night was 39. .
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.Offering unparalleled (values at
v reduced prices.
their . greatly
SHIPPING BOARD GRAFT ;
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COATS Now $15.00 and tip.
SUITS Now $25.00 and up
DRESSES No w $19.50 hnd up
squad leaders for tho demonstration. . Testimony tending to show the nlleg
end . d
.-, greatly on various methods of prun-
!ing and the school will give an oppor-
ed abuse of the' cost flus form of con
tract in repairs to shipping Board ves
sels was given today before the con
gressional committee Investigating
shlpplngg board affaire tfy Harold F.
Hanes, an examiner of the board's
auditing department, payment of A
commission of tlOOO on an order of
14090 to a ship captain at Portland.
Mr. Bennlon's opinion tho orchard Is ! Oregon, wag testified to by Hanes.
suffered a second stroke of paralysis well adapted to use for the-pruning !
while visiting- the postoffice depart-'.school.
ment. . His condition is reported to he
critical. - -
PiCKED BATTALION OFF
JO IN 001 MI II
The name of the ship was not given,
The commission, he said, was paid t
the Portland branch by Best on ship
1 supply firm.
CAN BE CURED
Free Proof To You
CAMP f?HBnrDAN, Ohio! Nov.- 27t
(P. P.) A provisional battalion of
100 nicked men from the THirrt unit
, I.OS ANGELES. Nov. 27. (V. P.) Nineteenth regiments' left here today
Bathing girls with fetching forms, for vyiiiiHmson, West Va. for guard
cigarette-smoking women, shapely duty al Williamson, Chatterov and
shanks and lureful linsene these will .Mateaan. Trouble between striking
be eradicated from the motion pic- minw9 an(J mine glm,-rIa Birtce the
ture screen if the Ethical Motion pic- withdrawal of federal troops necessi
ture Society of America, formed here tated tnplr recaU t0 M)n(fo CGUnty.
"Unlcnotm" Soldier Honored
Fine Residence on
North Side ;
Will self or -trade for
farm ,lad, business
property,' stocks .or
bonds. " ''j ' 's
"If interested address,'
Post Office Box 582
AIM wnt Is rout Bme mai Airni m I (in send TKJ frte trW
ttwliarnt. I wni.iu Juu to try tit tnMlaunt tl.t ll ht
pi. En in V It. ts.l Drac Biuinen lm W yesri. 1 am Sirtt.ry of the lndiD Rtt Bou4
'imitr rtdH ol the Btd OriMfunt Aw .. Hwly ewyenj i rort W.rn.
Ln me sad knewi .hJlit isy ucv.uful tr.tniit. o.nr teurtee tHmm4 fe
faVnTWoracD sa-l Children eul.nl. ol fort Wy., hen. ea.-crU.ut lallwir ee etUeoxDIi, t
. . .. . . ... . I u i nut. tl.t. nifkr ntihlM.
yio nan Euemi, Iteh. SH h.un,.T.Her-n.ert led how tad-y tmtmcot bee
(dliworc!e)ov--lee ) ! my .,- -1
Send me oar naruo eud stldreei on tltc co-ioon Urlow i ad m-i tli tnel tnrvntot I it t
emd . KRtK.- The noailr re KAonpntnea in vour own nonni -
' eUTMOMltTOOY eeee. mm
I, C. HUTZELL, Drujsl.t, ' 3804 Wt Main St., Fort Wiyn, Iwtf.
? Ple tend without cort er obllteticB to dm yeut Free Preof TreetaMnt. "
Strfiet end No. .
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Pricea
.Last Uregonian rrintm Uepartinent '
IT IS THE CHEAPEST FOOD FOR YOUR HORSES,
CATTLE AND SHEEP
We can give
Buy it by the carload or by ton lots.
you either one.
ASK FOR PRICES
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
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' " France and Great Britain have paid the highest tribute to the
tdeWtandi ol dead soldiers who lie In graves marked "Unknown."!
Tb French burled, an unknown Poilu and the English an)
' unknown Tommy, bolh with military honors. Above picture shows i
1 the Poilu being laid to rest under the Arch of Triumph In Paris and k
! Inset shows English soldiers carrying the Tommy who found flaul'
xaattwrnUca m Westminster Abbey to London
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x tensive Displays
Furnicurc, Riiirsandi Dranriesi Reveal Many
Suggestions for Christinas Shoppers. Only 24 More Shopping I
ERJNG THIS TO THE STORE.
THIS COUPON ENTITLES
Mr. ........ Vm-v,
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to 25.00 worth of, ItecordH FHKK upon tho purchase of tiny Pntho,' Mnnrlcl,
HtriKllvuru and Acollett Voralton Phonograph. - . , r .
' " (ONt.Y ONK t-OITON AOCKITK WITH KAfU BA1.K
; .mmI (inly until Nuvrinhcr 3ft, 1920,
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Dealer T. ; ' - . "
$72.00 Solid Mahogany Davenport
Tables, now .............. $62.G5
$33.50 Mahogany Tea Wagort, .
now . , $28.50'
$39.75 Mahogany Gate Leg Table, '
now .'.;... $33.35'
$21.50 Mahogany Tilt Table,
now J,..:: $17.45
SELECT YOUR PHONOGRAPH
$25.00 worth of records FREE
with any-phonograph-during this
Great Reduction .on all Piano and
..... DOLL CARTS '
Pick the Doll Cart for your little
Rirl now and We Will deliver Xmas."
$1.50 Doll Carts, now $3JS0
$5.00 Dol Carts, now ;. . . . . . $3.90
$6.00 Doll Carts, now . , ; . . ... $4.85
rir nji n i n
ipi.io uvu t--ui ta, nuw ?..,)
$9.25 Doll Cart, now $7.20
$23:50.Doll Carts, now.". .... $19.35
m Phone 49T, ' ;
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.'
103 R Court
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