Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1920)
DAILY EAST OSSaOKlAW, MHT-LETOIf, CSfStSOIf,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1020.
SociaZ and Club News
ISTKItKSTIXa Gl'KST IH1TS. and several musical numbers added
The presence In l'emlleton esieidrty to the program. -Mrs. Vinton ltobin
nf Miss r.ilmibelh l''on, dean of women on playing a, charming violin foIo
Hi the riitversity vl Oregon, was the (with piano accompaniment by Mm
Inspiration for a number of events of ltauid It. Hill. Mrs, J. U. McCook
Interest. Pcan Vox was the guest of (and Mm. ltuymond Hutch mnn a do
Mr. Jrnnn John at her home on 'lightful duet with Mrs. 8. 11. Korshuw
JutkKon at reel and at th luncheon
hour she wan complimented by Mrs.
John and Mrs, CJ. W. 11 jj who
asked a few friends to be their guests
at the Klks club. The affair was most
Informal and the list Included several
mothers of University of Oregon stu
dents. lean Kox spoke at 3 to an audience
In the Auditorium of the library.
"What the I'niverslty Stands Kor,"
was her theme and In describing the
various departments lHun Kox em
phasised the list of widely distin
guished men who are serving on the
Inlverslty of Oregon faculty. She de
scribed, as far as words suffice, the
famous "Oregon spirit," and she went
on to explain the quadrangle plan
under development in campus addi
tions, special mention being given to
provisions for women.
Hean Kox was Introduced
I.yman G. Itlee, I'nlversity
Mrs. Kx was greeted by many
friends here and sue departed at S
after a visit of only a day.
SOHAUrKS HAVE CVEST.
Miss t'lara Itracher, of I'ortland, Is
the house guest of Mr. and Mrs, L C.
Schnrpf for the week. Miss ltrachcr
is a sister of C. O. Hracher, of Pilot
Hork. and has recently been visiting
in that city for a short time. She will
return to I'ortland from here.
TIU KSPAY CI.VH TO MKKT.
Sirs. S. A. Lowell and Mrs. A. J.
Owen are to be, hostess tomorrow for
a meeting of the Thursday Afternoon
CHI RCH ilAZAAR PLANNED.
The lluptist Ladles' , Aid Society
will hold a sale of cooked food and
miscellaneous articles Saturday. The
HOf P'S UPSTAIRS
' i Jk. X. V M f S
I ? i ii
Dresses to $37.50
Coats at Great
Great Valuqs in Georgette
Blouses for Xmas Gifts.
Over Taylor Hardware Stere
S If- i 2' - -i
H All out-doors invites your
It's a gift no sooner opened than it's used.
We don't mind the Christmas rush except that
it causes inconvenience to you and the rest of
our customers and, of course, we don't like
that. Shop early in the month, early in the day
that's pretty good advice but of course we're
glad to see you any time.
Kodaks from $9.49 up Brownies, $2.86 up.
THE PEJN DLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
Oldsnioblle room opposite Motel Pen
dleton will house tho affair which If.
scheduled to open at 10 o'clock.
Mrs. Louise ljimpkla is chairman of
the apron booth, Mrs. Will Wyrtek
of the fancy work, Mrs. K, W, Meyer,
of the cooked food, and Mrs. Mason
Thompson will have charge of the
Kishty-flve friends were guests al
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Scott
an LewU street last evening when
members of the Choir of the Christian
Church entertained In honor of the
McDonald, yrchestra. The fourteen
orcestra members play each Sunday
evening at the church services.
The game of "rook" afforded merry
diversion for the earlier hours, IS
tables being arranged through the spa
cious moms, and each was tinlquely
covered with a brilliant crimson poln
setta. 'More of the Yulellde motifs ap
peared about the home, their vivid
color vielng with the rusaet of rag
ged yellow chrysanthemums. An In
formal program added ' pleasure
through the following numbers:
Songs. . Mrs. David T. Stone of Athena
Songs Mr. Scott
James Phillips, Harry
Hooper, Walter Freeman, Mr. Scott
Headings Mr. Hooper
A delightful buffet supper marked
the final hour and the evening proved
a most enjoyable one, the entertain
ment of the choir members being
graciously supplemented by the hos
pitality of Mr. and Mrs. Scott,
BRIDE-TO-BE IS HONORED
Miss Verne Mlneau, fiancee of
Clyde Overby, of Baker, was compli
mented In a charming way last evening
when Miss Rula Simpson, Mrs. Ed
Stansbury and Mrs. George Swarti en
tertained at the home of Mrs. O. W.
Simpson on West Court street.
Hearts in crimson and white pro
fusion decked the rooms and at the
concluuslon of a prettily appointed
buffet supper, ribbons lacing a huge
Lheart, were cut and a deluge of dainty
guts showered down upon the bride
A cleverly arranged mock wedding
filled the final hour and proved a uni
que diversion, apropos of the not'-far-dlstant
The guest list Included Miss Mineau,
Mrs. Simpson, Miss Lillian Culley. Mrs.
Thomas Barclay, 'Miss Helen Romaine,
Mrs. Guy Moneys, Miss Faith Snyder,
Miss Pauline Dohnert, Miss Minnie
Knapp, Miss Laura Schwartz, Mrs. H.
S. Crispin, Miss Cora Bender, Miss
Hazel Muir, Miss Lois Swaggart, Miss
Evalyn Hurd, Mrs. Ed Geist, Mrs.
Granholm, Mrs. Stansbury, Mrs, Sch
wartz, and Miss Eula Simpson.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS ELECT.
Election was held by the Royal
Neighbors In Eagle-Woodman hall last
evening and the new officers ore to be
Mrs. Fern Patty, past oracie; Miss Ida
Elder, oracle; Mrs. Lorene Cook, vice
oracle; Mrs. Delilah Wright, chancel
lor. Mrs. Marietta Jones, recorder;
Mrs. Asa (Edwards, receiver; Mrs.
Winnie Lincoln, marshal; Mrs. Eliza
beth Bramwell, assistant marshal;
Mrs. Eleanor Osborne, Inner sentinel
Mrs. Eliza Dunlay, outer . sentinel
Fannie Carney, musician, and Mrs.
Lottie Long, manager for a 3 year
term. Mrs. Jones was chosen to at
tend the state convention In Portland
in March, with Mrs. Carney named as
A social hour and refreshments fol
lowed the business session. Bessie
Lovell, Mrs. Patty and Mrs. Jones act
Ing as hostesses.
Initiatory work is scheduled by the
Royal Neighbors for two weeks hence.
MACCABEES ELECT OFFICERS
Maccabees met yesterday to elect
officers and the following members
were chosen: Mrs. Ola Bissinger,
commander; Mrs. Dora Allen, lleuten
ant commander: Mrs. Margaret Elder,
record keeper; Mrs. Sue Payne, lady at
nrms; Mrs. Lillian Conroy, sergeant
Mrs. H.ittle Ferguson, past comman
der; Mrs. -Hattie Davis, chaplain; Mrs.
Marietta Hanscom, sentinel; Mrs.
Nona Rogers, picket; Mrs. Sue Dupuis,
musician; Mrs. Seatta Newton, mus
ical director; Mrs. Ella Brown, captain
of the guards: Mxs. Lena Pinson, color
bearer, and Mrs. Mad go Massey, color
bearer No. 2.
The retiring past commander Mrs.
Martha Hansel was presented with i
handsome Macabee badge at the con
elusion of yesterday's meeting.
i ! . y ... 4. -
HAPPY LINE OF
You Will Find U th Best in Our Line.
BUY A BARREL OF FLOUR
We can fill your order for the best the market
affords at right prices.
Walter White Satin and Hard Wheat.
Collins Snow Maid and Hard Wheat.
Pendleton Roller Mills Blue Ribbon and
key Red. :
Olympic. ' ,
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE fHONES QUALITY
HiTC.Mmm.iMnw:.riMimHiih .niinH'H'uc y
miitHtij,ijtujmna,ii,Litmi,attm....ti.i..mii.-....,.... .ii , il
COX WOULD MIIE'TSuffiuii
HARDING'S PROGRAM Ii J1P-R00T
" ' '" - . v
aM . '
y -aiaa , f
COLUMBUS, Dec. . (U. P.)
Governor Cox, defeated democratic
candidate for president, today wired
Senator Harding offering to appoint
Senator-elect Frank B. Willis to fill
the unexpired portion of Harding's
term as senator, should Harding care
tu resign Immediately. :
Governor coas telegram1 to the
"I have read In the papers of your
intention to resign from the senate
January to or 11, at which time the
new governor will appoint Senator
elect Willis. I have no doubt that In
preparing for our executive" tasks you
are desirous at the earliest possible
moment to bring your senatorial, re
sponsibilities to an end. It it will In
any way give furtherance to your
plans or add to your convenience, 1
shall be most happy to appoint , Mr,
Willis Immediately upon your resigna
tion. This suggestion is prompted b
a spirit of helpfulness which must
possess all people without regard tt-
political association If the govern
ment Is to efficiently meet the needf
v Harding Will tourer
MARION, Dec. 8. (U. 1'.) President-elect
Harding said today hi
would make no statement regardlnf
uovernor tots proposal to resign a
senator until he had an opportunity
to talk matters ever with Willis.
SKOOKUM PANCAKE FLOUR
The only PANCAKE FLOUR MADE AT
ASK your Grocer.
220 E. Court Phone 351
OmiA FLOUR & CRADI CO.
MRS JOHNSON IS HONORED
hen Pioneer Club members met
yesterday they elected 'Mrs. . "Winn
Johnson president for tho coming year.
Mrs. H. E. Bickers was chosen vice
president, Mrs. Louise Lampkin, gee
retary; Mrs. L. Overturf, treasurer and
Mrs. W. B. Mays, historian.
The meeting was held in the club
room of the library and hostesses for
the affair were Mrs. Waltef Jones,
o ! Mrs. Charles Hamilton,, Mrs. Lee
gj Drake, Mrs. Nellie Harrison, Mrs. Kit
O I Bowman and Mrs. J. 8. McLeod.
0 The following program, given in
O formally, was enjoyed: '
Ol Herding. ....... . Mrs. L. Overturff
Heading Mrs. Mary Lsne
Vocal Solos. Mrs. Clem McCoy
WASHINGTON, Dec. S. l P,)
President Wilson's recommendation
to congress will be dismissed witl
scant attention by republican leaders
they made it plain today In discuss
ing the message read to congress yes
terday. The republicans sutd'in ef
fect that while they agree with Wil.
son that the reconstruction job should
be tackled and finished as soon a;
possible, there Is no hope of agreeing
with him regarding the methods to bf
followed. One exception is noted Id
the general rejection of ' the presi
dent's request for immediate . action.
This waa the bucget bill, 'which .-is
scheduled to pass soon.
FORT WORTH. Texas, Dec. 8. (A
P.) That Clara Smith, sought In con.
nection .with the killing of Jake. L,
Hamon, is In a small Mexican towi:
opposite El Paso, Texas, and will sur
render In a day or so on the advice ol
her counsel, was usserted here yester
day following a conference between
the young woman's father and a firm
VISITING AT HELIX.
Mrs. W. C. Minnls Is enjoying a
visit In Helix as a guest at the home
of her son-in-law and daughter, Sir.
and Mrs, Ralph Porter.
RETURN FROM SPOKANE.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engdahl returned
from Spokane this morning after a
week-end visit there.
PEACH MIKKMXY COSTS MTIXIOX
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8. (A. P.)
President Wilson sent a special mes
sage to the senate showing 1 hat ex
penses of the American peace mission
abroad amounted to $1,601,191.
Card of Thank
We wlxh to thank our many friends ;S"ne.
"Pape's Diapepsin" at
once ends Indigestion,
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach Is bad or an uncertain
one or a harmful one your stomach
is too valuable; you musn't Injure It
wllh drastic drugs.
When your meal don't fit and yon
feel unconimortable, when you belch
gases, acids or raise sour, undigested
food. When you feel lumps of Indiges
tion pain, heartburn or headache, from
acidity. Just eat a tablet of Pape's Dia-
epsln and the stomach distress if
and relatives who so thoughtfully gave
us their aid during the Illness and
dcuth of our father, A. Perard. p-
cially do wo wish to thank the Kaglea
Club, those sending the beautiful floral
offerings, and those who gave us as
sistance with their cars.
Millions of people know the magic ni
I'ape s Diapepsin as an antiacld. They
knew that Indigestion and disordered
stomach are so needless. The relief
comes quickly, no disappointment, and
they cost so little too.
For many years druggists have
watched with much interest the r.
markable record maintained by Dr
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kid
ney, liver and bladder medicine.
It Is a, physlclun'a prescription.
JTR.mp'Root 18 tt strengthening
medicine.. It helps the kidneys, liver
and bladder to the work nature Intend
ed they should do. , . i . .
' Swamp-Root has stook the test of
years, a is -sold by all druggists on
its merit and it should help you. No
other kidney medicine has so many
rrlonds. Re sure to get Swamp-Root
and start treatment at once.
However, if you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer & Co.. Blnghampton, X.
for a sample bottle. When writing
be sure and mention this paper.
ERS ARE ADWSED
WE ARE NOW CONDUCTING THE "
EVER HELD. ! . I!
ON WOMEN'S AND MISSES' APPAREL.
SUITS AT 1-2 PRICE )
Now $24.75 to $48.75. All colors and sizes.
v V1 DRESSES
I One big lot of SUk and Wool. -v
Reffula r up to $85.00 at $35.00.
COATS, SKIRTS, 4 WAISTS,
; PETTICOATS AND ;
Now from -4 to 1-2 Off.
i COME AND LOOK
20 Percent Off on Silk Underwear!
Expressing the desire of tho federal
reserve board - to do everytmnj it
properly can to help the Qtrmers In
their present predicament. Governor
Harding declared it was Impossible
for any banking system to provide
funds for withholding all staple crops
entirely from the market for any
jlength of time. , Some '.agricultural
products, he said, may not be salable
at any price and as they must bo car
ried over for account of noma one,
"they had better be carried for the
account of the producer." .
He suggested that the . federation
consider co-operative marketing,
greater diversification of crops and
INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. lec. 8.
(A. P.) Declaring his uttitude un
fhanged toward extension of credit to
snable the withholding of staple
-tops from market, Governor Haid
ng of the federal reserve board last
light urged delegates to the American
.'"arm liureau federation convention
lere to take to heart the old saying
"things are never as good, or as bail
w they seem." He told the farmers
tho country was passing through lis
i . I readjustment and said the maturing of farmers' obligations
that It is most desirable that thereover periods extending 'from. October
be no feeling of undue depression 01 to March as a means of preventing a
lespaif. rpnellftnn ef tiruci. , It Itna
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, tlie
luUtitute for calomel, act gently on the
bowels and positively do the work.
People alllicted with bad breath find
quick relict through taking them.
Dr.- Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
Vegetable compound mixed with olive
oil. They act gently but firmly on tho
bowels and liver, stimulating them to
natural action, clearing the blood, and
purifying the entire system. - They do
that which calomel does, w itliouf. any of
the uod-aiterhct--Take one or two
every night for a week and note the
pleasing effect. 15c and 30c a box.
. : V.
. , !
' ' 1
1 ; i
' 5 ; :
jniy in morf
s h opping
' (lays beforV.
I Special Off erj
.' Given with the purchase of a
This is a bonafide offer
and there has been abso
lutely no advance or
, change in prices of 'Man
.- MANDEL . .
PLAYS ALL RECORDS
Filing Space for 50
; If 4 -1
' ' " : 103 E. Court
A. J. PERARD
D. J. PERARD
N,A ft .!, ri-J
Hav roar Xmas photos made b
Ward w will lake you in your home
, ...- V ' . . . .-.. . ..... . ' . . J t
w5- ? v!l Ui! ( ,3 ts'i 1
a "... fi, .
220 E. Court
. . . .