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CULT EAST DUGOMAH, PEJfDlSTOH, ORXGOJt, MONDAY EVENINff,' N0VT.T.1BEH 29, 1?20.
SociaZ .and Club News
nOOTJf IS ATTRACTIVE
i tn might offer a reward fur the up.
prehension uf any article of nnm-vl-liney
nt already called t the colors
(of on booth which will take Its place
In the procession of fascinating hnznar
table being lined up for next weak
end by the Ladies Aid uf the Church
of the ttedeemcr. Sh wrest conceits
iif ribbon, iwnli and flowers will pre
sent a veritable garden of dainty ool
irn, yuletirie stiRirestlon, from the
practical ift to the more luxrflnus
delight, ill appear In ala array, and
the "siimmum bonum" in frivolous
novelty will turn them all green-eyed
Thesa things are lx-inp created for
the miscellaneous booth of which Mrs.
Jam John la chairman. So exten
sive are the preparations that groups
are gathering with paint brush and
i. . . . . I
I'Hiiiue lor an evenings tasa, ana even i
dinner parties have been known to give
wny to the "hirjinre" call of needle and
The humble lea cup haa been made
chairman of another means of plot
ting against the cnllera for all from the
highways and byways will be guests
of the Ladies Aid for a up of tea,
and once to be a spectator, 'tis rum
ored, la to be a certain shopper.
MISS LEWIS AURIVKS
Miss Mnrjorle Lewis arrived this
morning from Seattle and la the guest
of Mrs. Lowell Kearn.
RETVItNS FROM TORTIANT).
Mrs. Mngle Moshy haa returned
home from a month's stay In Portland.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS S H'O P
Silk Dresses at Wholesale Cost"
Wool Dresses Wonderfully Reduced
Coats at Great Reductions
Your opportunity to buy two garments for
the price of one.
Over Taylor Hardware Store
ZiJkAi : r It
I 1; X rWj,
Because It's Made
in One Piece
AKANTLEEK is built like a
bottle all in one piece.
Most hot-water bottle are
made in sections, then cemented
together. When cement dries
and cracks, the bottle leaks.
Every Kantleek Hot-Water
Bag is moulded of pure soft
rubber one continuous piece.
No parts, patches, cement. Even
stopper socket is moulded in.
And guaranteed for a full two
years service or new Kant
Don't wait until your old bag
leaks. Get a Kantleek. Your old
one may break open tonight.
MlSS BLACK IS BRIDE.
A wedding or interest toon place at
10:40 o'clock yesterday morning when
Miss Iva Rliick became the bride of
Oscar Cutler, the service being per
formed at the home of the bride's par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Black, at SOI
Lewis street. Pleasing sympllcity
marked the ceremony. The couple
was unattended and vows were ex
changed in the presence of only Im
mediate relatives and friends. Rev. O.
L Clark, pastor of the First Presby
terian church, officiated.
The living room where the service
was performed, waa abloom with yel
low chrysanthemums, a charming foil
for the bride's attire of electric blue.
She chose a becoming traveling suit
worn with a small hut of the same
color and her bouquet waa a cluster of
A wedding breakfast followed the
ceremony. The guests who Included
Mrs. Thomas Hampton and Miss Hou
ser of Echo, besides Mr. and Mrs.
Black, adjourned to the dining room
where the table was centered by prim
Mr. and Mrs. Cutler departed on No.
1 7 for a short Journey to Portland and
Mrs. Cutler, who until recently was
connected with the Hartman Abstract
company, is a graduate of Pendleton
schools and the possessor of many
friends to whom announcement of her
marriage cornea' as a surprise. Al
though the betrothal had been rumor
ed the couple had made no announce
ment of the wedding plans.
Mr. Cutler Is associated with the
state highway commission and Is In
terested in road construction near
Weston. He returned to Pendleton
after his release from army, service.
lie and, his bride are to make their
home in Athena.
WILL ATTEND WEDDIXO
Mrs. Charles Cray departed Satur
day for Salem where she Is to be a
guest this afternoon at the wedding of
Miss Marjorie Kay and Hollis Hunt
ington. Mrs. Gray is a Salem matron
and a freind of the Kay faraeiy. She
will return soon to continue her visit
with Mr. and Mrs. peorge Gray.
Mum Kay waa also a recent Pendle
ton visitor, she having been here In
September to act lis bridesmaid at the
marriage of Miss Bula Smith and Her
aid White. Miss Katherlne Wilson of
Portland, another of Mrs. White's at
tendant's, is to be Miss Kay's brides
maid while Charles ("Shy") Hunt
ington will act as best man. The ser
vice is to take place at 4 o'clock this
afternoon and the couple will leave
for Montana where Mr. Huntington
is athletio director of the Anaconda
DINNER IS ENJOYED.
Among pleasant events of Thanks
giving, one of note was a dinner party
given by Pete Sheridan at his farm
home on Butter creek. The living
room and dining room were attractive
ly decorated for the affair and covers
at a well appointed table were laid for
eight, Mr. Sherian's guests being F. B.
Swayse, H. Hitt, C .S. McNaught and
Harry Straw of Hermlston, Asa B.
Thompson of Echo, H. M. Moore of
Butter creek and E. W. Rhea of West
LODGE WILL INITIATE.
Pauline Rebekah lodge has called a
special meeting for Wednesday even
ing when a large class of candidates
will be initiated. The event had been
planned for Thursday but because of
the expected absence from the city o
many of the officers and staff, the
Wednesday date waa chosen. Refresh
ments will be served and a social hour
will follow the session
ISITS FROM COVB.
A guest at the home of Mr. and
There are some five thousand varieties and
sub-varieties of apples. Without going back to
the calamities trndrtionally attributed to its first
apeparance in human history (for it is asserted
that the apple of the Bible was really a quince).
WE DO NOT HANDLE FIVE THOUSAND
VARIETIES OF APPLES
but we do handle the very finest kind out of five
Rome Beauty Apples, first grade, box $2.00
Black Twig, box' $2.00
Blue Pearmain, box ..$2.50
Spitzenberg, box .". $3.25
Jonathan, box $4.50
Arkansas Black, box v $4.50
Yellow Newton, box .'. $4.50
Delicious, "box $4.00
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE FHONES QUALITY
an operation and her friends will re
joice to learn that her convalescence
is well underway.
. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
MADE IN PENDLETON
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRIES
ASK YOUR GROCER
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court St.
REBEKAHS PLAN BAZAAR.
A basaar whose proceeds will be
used for purchasing music and mu
sical Instruments for the children In
the Oddfellows' home In Portland, Is
to be held by Pauline lodge of Rebe
kahs In the Oddfellow hall here on
Thursday, December 9. , The affair
will be held both in the afternoon and
evening and It Is expected that articles
will be on sale from 2 until 10. At 6
o'clock and following a light lunch
will be served in the hall by the mem
bers. Other entertainment also will
be provided. Articles suitable for
Christmas gifts and all the goods
which go to make up a bazaar will be
offered. All members of the lodge
have been requested to offer articles
for the sale and the general puullc
has been Invited.
FAIR IS MARKED SUCCESS.
Scores of calleers were greeted by
members of the Presbyterian Indies'
Aid society Saturday when they were
"at home" at an attractively imp.-o
vised tea garden in the Ellis-Schiller
display room. The annual church
fair occasioned the event and so suc
cessful was the enterprise that the
mle planned for one o'clock through
the evening, was forced to close with
the afternoon hours. Booths offering
every dainty and practical gift of
handiwork were lined with Christmas
shoppers and Interest exceeded all an
ticipation. Mrs. William Blakely
was chairman of the committee.
Mr. and Mrs. James 8. Johns arriv
ed home this morning from Portland
where they have enjoyed a Beveral
days' visit. The presence of Mrs.
Johns was the Inspiration for many In
teresting bits of festivity. The Pen
dleton folk were guests of Mrs. Johns'
parents at the McKenna home on
Thanksgiving day. They were also
guests last evening of Miss Katherlne
Stanfield and Miss Mary Johns at the
Stanfield home In Alameda.
VISITS IN THE DALLES.
Miss Lura Ross returned this
morning irom a week-end visit at her
home in The Dalles. Miss Boss is i
member of the High school faculty.
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frentzel left to
day after a visit in Portland.
WO.HEN HAY BE STKONG
and enjoy life whether in the home or
business world if they can keep at bay
those ailments, peculiar to their sex.
If every woman realised how Lydla E.
Qlnkham'a Vegetable Compound, that
simple remedy made from, roots and
herbs, goes to the root 6T the" trotrmg
and overcomes such symptoms
backache, headaches, nervousness and
irritability, they would be healthier,
happier and stronger. If you suffer
from any form of female Ills why don't
you try It? K will pay you to do so.
WIRFXTKS AT PORTIAN1X
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. !. (A. r.)
Authorisation to issue 1500.000
bonds for wireless stations at Portlnnd,
Palo Alto, Los Angeles and San Dieso
was given the Federal Wireless Com
pany by the slate railroad commis
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES 1
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A GREAT v
SALE OF COATS
MisH fbMM Return Miss Lours
Ross. Instructor in history and Eng
lish has returned from a vacation
spent st The Dalles during the
Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Ross
witnessed T'.ie Dalles-Salem game and
reported that The Dalles had an ex
ceptionally good team and that It
would be useless for Salem to contest
Interclasei Game This W "k. The in-
terclass basketball games will begin
this week when the senior girls meet
the Junior girls for the first conteit.
It has not been definitely decided but
It is thought that a double header will
be held and the boys f both classes
will eliminate some of Oo best mate
rial in the school. Material for the
girls' team will be chosen from the
outstanding players in these gumes
Miss Eva Hansen has had many In
quiries for games for the girls but as
yet no games have been scheduled
The best players In the boys' teams
will be used as substitutes and some
who show exceptional skill will be
placed on the first team.
Mrs. Charles Tullls on McKay creek,
has been Mrs. C. L, Rowe of Cove, who
is Mrs. Tullls' mother. Mr. Rowe ac
companied her to Pendleton for
Thanksgiving day at the Lester Hurst
home but returned Friday. Mrs. Rowe
also plans a short visit in Walla Wal
BUST BEE CLUB TO MEET
Busy Bee club members are ask
ed to meet tomorrow as guests of Mrs.
Wright, 114 Stonewall Jackson street.
The meeting will depart from the reg
ular club calendar as Mrs. Wright
plans to leave soon for an extended
visit in' eastern and southern states,
where relatives reside.
MRS. BISHOP DEPARTS,
Mrs. C. P Bishop, of Salem, return
ed to Portland yesterday, en route
home after a visit In Pendleton. . Her
stay here though brief was marked by
a number of complimentary affairs
planned .by way of welcome to the for
mer Pendleton matron.
MRS. SWEARINGEN RETURNS.
Mrs. Thomas Swearingen returned
home yesterday from St. Anthony's
hospital where she recently underwent
"They Work while you Sleep"
Tackle your work tomorrow as hard
as a four-pound black bami hits the
bait. Take cascarets tonight to move
the stagnant bile, the poisons and
waste from liver and bowels, absolute
ly ending sick headache, e biliousness,
constipation, sallowness, colds, upset
stomach, bad breath. No griping no
inconvenience. Children love Cas
earets too. 10, 25, 60 cents.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronle and Nervous
ju-iassa ot Women. X-Ray El set re
rempls Bid. Boo as It
NEW YORK, Nov. '29. (A. P.)
That payrolls were padded and gov
ernment material used in private con
tracts were charges which William
Cash, former traveling auditor for the
United States shipping board, made
today before the Walsh congressional
committee Investigating the affairs of
the boaj-d. In auditing accounts of
the Groton Iron Works, New London,
Conn., cash testified 3000 errors were
found in the poyroll. One man, he
said, would hold four and five posi
tions simultaneously, each of which
would have required 40 to 50 hours a
week. In the Alexandria, Va., ship
yards, several loads of lumber bought
by the shipping board for construction
of ships was found to have been turn
ed over to subsidiary companies for
use In building houses, Cash asserted.
J. M. Hlidreth, manager of the Bel
mont Packing company, testified that
bids his company submitted for ship
ping board work were from 20 to 25
oer cent lower than the highest bffl.
der,et were rejected. Investigation
of the rejection, Mjldreth said, led to
the discovery that the Belmont com
pany was not on the board's "approved
Mariln Sells Mcachain PTroperty.
Ben F. Marlin, pioneer resident of
Meacham, last week completed a deal
whereby he disposed of his hotel, store,
warehouse and seven acres ot land at
Meacham. 'Earl Glllanders, of this
city, purchased the holdings. Mr.
THE BIGGEST VALUES OF THE YEAR
This exceptional assortment embraces the stun
ning wrappy models, the attractive blouse backs and
the smart straight line effects. They are garments
of the highest type offered for less than wholesale
Now from $12.50 to $75.00
SUITS AT 1-2 PRICE
Mariln has acquired a 40 acre tract of
land near Mission and will go to farm
He Is In the city today making ar
tet holdings and will shortly move
his family to the ranch from Mea
cham. Mr. Marlin has operated the
hotel and store in the ountain town
rangements for the taking over of his for a number of years.
: : Eruptions of the Skin '
Cause Torturous Itching
If yon are afflicted with any
form of skin disorder, you art well
acquainted with the flaming, burn
ing itching- that these diseases pro
duce. Skin disease ere caused by an
impurity or disorder in the blood,
end there is no real and genuine
relief within your reach until such
impurities are removed.
S.S.S. has given great satisfac
tion in the treatment of these dit
orders, because it is such a thor
oughly satisfactory blocd purifier.
It cleanses the blood of ell impuri
ties, and thus counteract the ef
fects of the germs that attack the
Begin taking SSS. today and if
you will write a complete history
of your case, our medical adviser
will give you expert advice without
charge. Address Chief Medical Ad
viser, 168 Swift Laboratory, Allan-
QUARANTINE: DOZEN UP
With 10 families quarantined with
smallpox In Pendleton, local physi
cians are co-operating in enforcement
of the quarantine law and have agreed
to do everything possible to see that
quarantine restrictions are obeyed.
Dr. H. J.'Kavanaugh, city physician,
says that the length of the Incubation
period Is two weeks and thot It takes
that time to determine whether or not
a patient has the disease. He Is em
phatic In stating that a smallpox pa
tient should be Isoloted until all trace
of scabs and eruptions haye disappeared.
Besides the smallpox cases, a local
family is quarantined because of
measles snd another because of dlp
tiieria, making 12 quarantine cases In
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When it comet to selecting Christmaa GifUe buy the kind of gift you would like to
Extensive Display of
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, DAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS
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(ONLY ONE COUPON ACCEPTED WITH EACH Bltl.E)
SPECIAL O N MATTRESSES
Cotton Combination, full size, covered
.with art tick $5,50
Cotton Mattresses, full size, from
Large auto seat, genuine leather Rockers
from ....$10.50 and up
Great Reduction on all Piano and Table
Grass Rugs Beet Grade ' ,
$2.25, $2.70 and $5.40, now !...$1.50
$12.00, 66x9 $7.00
$15.00, 8x10 : $9.10
$19.50, 9x12 ...;..-.$14.60
1-2 Off on Mirrors v v
White enamel frames, from 40e to $1.40
Dining Tables onSaI
Solid Oak Dining Table, golden oak
finish, from . $23.00 and up
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 E. Court