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TUESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1020.
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Social and Club News
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The blrthdav anniversary of M
Kyle Ixmir wan made the occasion ot.vho
' J. cl chosen for tho talk of Miss Ilcssicl Four littlo waifs who ore hungry
Agnes Durjer of Washington, D. C, somewhere In hurope are to be "lul
ls to of for the travelogue here, opted by the Fvndleton Woman
delightful affair yesterday when jcompiimemary ... .ne .u.. .v.
oral guest called at her home tnU,k Hce In the auditorium
shower unexpected Rood wishes a'ul : count Horary.
lcnd the afternoon. Needlework nn.l
chatting formed diversions before a
pot-luck luncheon wan spread. Mrs
lxnur wan presented with a handsome
Irivaliore, the Rift being extended by
Mm. C. H. Conroy on behalf of the
i.urtv. which included -Mrs. J. i-.. .i
len. Mrs. Conroy. Mrs. J. W.
51m M. A. Rtghy, Mm Frank KlnK.
Mrs. U. S. Farley, Mrs. J. K. Finson,
Wr. Uobert Drown, Mrs. Kverett Al
len, Mrs. M. A. Ferguson. Mrs. George
iMwcr and Mrs. Kd Nelson.
It will Hub until next harvest time. Ten dol
of the ars is sufficient to save the life of one
'suffering child when applied through
jthe European relief bureaus and the
club has voted (41) as a Christmas lime
an In- old of the organisation to the work.
SOCIETY FLANS Til K IS
The Loyal Daughters spent
teresling evening last night as guests 1
of Miss Lois Uussahurger, the purpose .,vln.pn
of the meeting being to plan the deco. M' "Jl)ltU.
ration of a Christmas tree to be held L.' h", of Mr- n"J M,s. Sam
.." ... .1,.. ni,i..in i-i,n.h cviiinv vn. iiouscu u enjovaoie gatnering
n nl n'e nvk. The class teaeller. i ......... ... ...... ihuump
Mrs. Jack Winer, was in the party and ""out the card tables. Chinese
others Included Miss Genevieve Body. Uhes "orded a charming note to the
Miss Lorrena Hodman. Miss Agnes,0''18 nd .upper followed the play.
nivn. mi Hev.rlev Karler. Miss Card "lies fell to Mrs. C. H. Con-
Fern Thim. Miss Evelyn Greulich. Miss ,roy.Bn(1 w- .Dayton. The party In-
Lit Voile Gray and Miss Thelnia Car
moil. ' .
SALE TLANrf AUK INVITING
len o'cloc k tomorrow will see the
uiwnlnfc of the food sale being madeMRS. VAl'GHAN IS HOSTESS
Mrs. Charles Vaughn, was a delight-
ready by the Catholic Ladies Guild.
Gray Brothers Store has been chosen
au the scene of the event and the array i
of offerings will include all sorts of
rakes, mince pies, plum puddings, all '
fresh from the oven, sweets galore and I
n well laden shelf of Iridescent Jellies. I
The sale ha been arranged for to- j
morrow as a welcome convenience for
the Christmas hostess. !
TllAVKLtKU-E DECEMBER IS.
For December : has been schedul
ed the Illustrated Travelogue which is
to be presented in Pendleton under
the auspices of the Women's Club.
"Vexterday and Today in the Philip
Tine Islands. I 55 1-1 ?:'' Is the sun.
ful h.stess at her home Saturday even-
eluded air. and Mrs. Dayton, Dr. and
-Mrs. H. M. Massey, Mr and Mrs Con
roy and the hosts
JEWEL CLUB TO DANCK
Jewel Club members are
ing when she entertained with a sur-ilng the second of their series of dunces
priso birthday dinner honoring her -which is to take place i tomorrow even-
mother Mrs. Ida M. Hcbergall, the lug in Eagle-Woodman hall. Dancing
date also being the fourth wedding an. is scheduled for 8:30 o'clock and hos
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Vanghan. losses will be Mrs. Henry Struve, Mrs.
Red carnations and an attractive leorge Slangier. Mrs. James Estes,
birthday cake centered a table ntiMrs. William Kupers, Mrs. Spence
whicn covers were iaia ior ten. cenuey and .Mrs. Ben Crcsswell.
Music furnished entertainment tor me
READING CIRCLE TO MEET
The Ladies Bible Heading Circle will
WILL SPEND HOLIDAYS IN CITY
Mrs. Constance Isaacs and two chil
dren. Emily and John, and Miss Vanev
meet tomorrow afternoon at 3o'cloek jDtckson., departed this morning for
rortiand where they will spend the
holidays visiting with relatives. All
will return In time for the. opening of
too rentuclon schools on January 3
at the apartment of tho leaders, 634
H O P F ' S V P S T A I II S SHOP
This Week Great
Sale of Furs
New Silk Petticoats and Waists for
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE STORE
Useful Gifts That Please
Waterman Ideal Fountain
Conklin Fountain Pens.
Leather Card Sets
Popular Fiction Books
Roll Up Sets
DEPARTS FOR ARLINGTON.
mi?., ituunm rt. .Morrison left on
No. 17 this afternoon for Arlington,
uregon, wnere she will pass the hoi
days visiting with her father and
mother there. Mr. Morrison will go
down on Saturday morning's train to
spend Christmas day with them.
LITTLE SON IS BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. Temple of
enx are being congratulated upon
me arrival of a son born there this
morntng. The little boy weighs nine
pounds and is to be called Grover, Jr.
MEETING IS POSTPONED
The Presbyterian Missionary Society
senettuied to meet tomorrow has post
poned its gathering until Wednesday
or next week. It will meet on the
efternoon of December 29.
$36.50 for Armenian
The Baptist Sunday school subscrib
ed 136.50 on Sunday for tho Armenian
Here for Holidays
Clell Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.
T. Brown, Is in Pendleton for the
Christmas holidays.; He Is a student
at O. A. C.
We. have received a new shipment of popular fiction
books. They are priced at $1.00 each.
THOMPSONS' DRUG SIDE
Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention.
Wlient Moving at $1.-10.
Small sales of wheat are being made
In Pendleton almost da'Jy, local deal
ers report, mit the volume of purchas
es is confined chiefly to rather small
amounts. The price paid of late has
averaged $1.40 a bushel. Estimates
place the amount of the 1920 crop still
held by farmers at between 40 and 50
Two Cars Go Into Ditch. .
Two touring cars, the ownership of
which Is not known, went into the
ditch a mile west of Barnhart last
night on the Old Oregon Trail. The
machines, both headed for Pendleton,
were not more than 30 feet apart. One
car had been thrown off the road by
tne mrowing or a tire ana rim on a
rear wheel. No persons are known to
havo been injured.
Shakes IWee With .Minor, Fined.
George De Mott pleaded guilty In
police court this morning to a charge
of shaking dice with a minor. He was
fined $10. Tho complaint was made
by Night Officer Charley Myers. Jack
Oobhnrt, who was broucht to the coun
ty jail yesterday, paid to tho police
the $5 balance on an old fine of $10
and this was recorded , In the books
this morning. Two traffic arrests were
made Monday afternoon, F. A. Heiser
for parking over the white lines and
"ill Punch for parking beyond a rea
sonable time at the Main street curb.
lioth wero fined the customary $2 for
SKOOKUM PANCAKE FLOUR made by UMATIL
LA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
by PENDLETON BAK-
HARVEST EREAD made
LIBERTY HAMS made by PENDLETON MEAT CO.
GOLDEN WEST BUTTER made by GOLDEN WEST
OREGON BAKERY COOKIES AND CHOCOLATES,
PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS AND
Two lYogriimk Planned
ine Methodist church will have a
special mid-week Christmas program
tomorrow night with Christmas as the
subject for the devotional period. A
n ladies trio, consisting of Mrs. Wood
iOyard, Mrs. A. It Itugg and Miss Grace
" Gilliam, will sing and there will be
;0 ! recitation by Shirley Caldwell, a violin
o ; solo by Waldo Dc Wilde and a vocal
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. tij aiuweii, i;eii ewiimeniB
will be served. For Christmas Eve,
the Sunday school and choir will pre
sent a program. The primary program
consists of a song, "Cradled In a Man
ger, by the department; recitations by
Jean Payne, Herbert Blydensteln
Thelma Home, Marvin Strobcl, Vivian
'""r"" T vnrten Thompson. Alice In
tor and Shirley Caldwell, Elden Itid-
t-.ia jmuw and . Melvin Winn;
"The Discontented Fir Tree," by Ray
mond Rugg; and a song, "Kinging for
Jesus," by the primary department.
The Junior and senior department will
present the "Bethlehem Pageant,"
which presents the old stoiry of the
Havlors birth. CoHttiminir, lightinil
and musio blend In making an attrac
tive pageant. The program will close
with a Christmas tree and a treat for
the Sunday school.
To Cure a Cold In One Day
Take Grove's LAXATIVE BItOMO
ClFI.N'INE tablets. The genuine bears
the signature of B. W. Grove, too.
MONEY IS EASIER
The Inland Investment Company
will now loan you money on your
automobile, also cash yjiir notes.
Address. P. O. Ho 725, Cky.
JJ1 lc;yt tnctly cgXidut..
Cooked Food Sale
Wednesday, Dec. 22nd
BY THE CATHOLIC LADIES' GUILD
Cakes, Bread, Plum Pudding, Pies, Candy, Chick
en, Canned Fruits, Jellies, Pickles Etc.
ALL KINDS OF GOOD THINGS FOR CHRIST-
MAS PLEASE ORDER EARLY
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21. (Dy L. C.
Martin, V. P. Staff Correspondent)
Senate democrats will oppose the ef
forts to Jam through as an emcrtency
measure the tariff bill drawn up by
the house ways and means committee
which virtually- places embargoes on
manv commodities. The decision to
refuse their assent to this hasty action
Is reported today by the democratic
steering committee of the senate.
The emergency tariff bill Is still In
the house, havng been reported by. the
ways and means committee as a means
of cutting off Imports of farming pro
ducts In the hope of stopping price
The bill will be called In the house
Wednesday and efforts mudo to pass
it immediately, a member of the house
ways and means committee Bald to
day. Members of congress from the
West and South, including republicans
and democrats, announced themselves
for the emergency tariff, as well as a
bill providing for loaning through fed
eral farm loan banks of $100,000,000
profits of the federal reserve banks.
LAD AT POKER GAME
NEW YOISK. Dec. II. (A. P.)
A 14-year-old boy was arraigned In a
Brooklyn court yesterday charged with
shooting and wounding a 15-year-old
companion during a poker game yes
terday. William Termtne was the pris
oner and Salvatore Campisl was the
victim of the alleged shooting. It hap
pened, so the other four participants'
in the game told police. In this way:
There was a big pot and heavy bet
ting. William culled Salvatore .and
Salvatore laid down four aces and
reached for the money.
"Wait a minute," William warned,
"that makes five aces In the deck. If
tiny man touches that money Ml
Salvatore touched the money and the
cun went off.
Now Salvatore is in a hospital where
it vm said he would recover and Wil
liam was held under $1000 bail for
pleading next Monday.
MINISTERS URGED TO ;
TAKE UP MEDICINE
T.OXDON. Dec. 21. (A. P.) A con
troversy is on among the poorly paid
anctlnn of clergymen who nnu tnem-
selves hard hit by the high cost ot liv
ing over a novel suggestion put lor-
ward by Dr. Robert Kentoul, a prom
inent Liverpool practitioner, that the
clerevmen could augment tneir in
comes by acting as doctors as well as
Dr. Itentoul advises young clergy
men to study medicine, take their de
gree and combine body-curing Hith
soul saving work.
Many clergymen do not look with
favor on the ioea. They urue that
thev have plenty lo do already and
that local practitioners would bitterly
resent competition from them. One
wants to. know where a poor curate
is to raise the 250 pounds necessary to
qualify for a medical degree and oth
ers hold that "within a month the
clerlco-merico's sermons would be
thin, and that the soul would suffer at
the expense of tho body. '
LOVELY SILK UNDERWEAR -
The ideal gift for women. Exquisitely Btyled
night gowns, envelopes, trimmed with dainty hand
made laces, made of superior quality crepe de chine
and silk jersey. These special groupings are inter
esting. ' " i
$7.50 Silk Jersey Combinations, very . fine quality,
closing these out at $3.98
PARIS, Deo. 21. President Miller-
and, despite the earnest contrary ad
vice of Madame Millerand, Is reported
to have ordered an airplane limousine
for the purpose of making official vis
its to foreign capitals and cities in the
bnouid tho report prove to be
founded It will mean a departure in
the mode of traveling of presidents in
ranee and tho permanent sidetrack
ing of the presidential train, A res
ulnr squadron will have to be provided
for the presidential suite and the 00
or so Journalists who accompany the
president on all his trips from Paris.
fcome newspapers call tho ores!
dent's attenUon to the fact that a fall
rrom the window of his aerial limou.
sine would have more terrible results
than leaning too far out of the train
.vMiuutv,. reierring to the neeldont
tne former President Paul Deschanel.
$5.5fJ Philippine hand made gowns or Chemise em
broidered, on sheer, firmly woven materials.
Very special $3.98
1 "2 fZ4 24 SJ& ;
Mass., Dec. 21. (A.
i omoutn Kock was moved yes
terday and broke In the process. The
split was an old one caused by origin
ally when the rock on which the May.
flower passengers landed was separat
ed from Its granite base In 1715 and
hauled by a yoke of oxen to Town
SO-isre. ntlmatelv ,he broken nArl-
Vanity Fair Silk Underwear of heavy quality silk.
Vests, Chemise or Bloomers.
$4.50 Vanity Fair Silk Vests $3.60
$5.95 Vanity Fair Silk Bloomers '. $4.76
$7.50 Vanity Fair Silk Chemise $6.00
The remainder of our silk underwear at 20 per
An unusual assortment of jersey top silk petti
coats, specially priced for Xmau gifts. Reduced
from $12.50 $7.95
Also all jersey petticoatss. These come in combina
tions of colors, fancy pleated flounces. Reduced
from $15.00. Special ;.. $9.95
were Joined. with cement and replaced
under a momental canopy which has
since been the mccca of thousnda of
visitors to old Plymouth. ,
In connection with the pilgrim ter
centenary committee's -work the shore
line is being restored as nearly as pos
sible to Its aspect at tho time of the
pllgrom's arrival 300 years ago and a
new rnon'mirntal canopy is to be built.
It was while excavntlng for this work
that the rock was moved today.
While It was In chains the ancient
cement gave way and the two parts
separated so that light could be seen
between them. p.y tomorrow w'hen
the tercentenary exerclsea arc held It
It cvpected that the old base will be
fully exposed and the divided rock re
plarted on It In Its old position.
MEAGER STUDENT LOAN
FUND SWELLS RAPIDLY
'MOHCOW. Idaho, Dec. 21. Start
ed in 1906 with a single hundred do)
lar payment, the scholarship loan
fund of the University of Idaho ori--inated
and fostered by the. Idaho
State Federation of Women's Clubs,
has grown to I10.O&0. according i to
announcement here recently by Mrs.
J. H. Forney, past federation presi
dent, who is temporarily handling the
fund. The Scholarship loan' for the
University was first suggested by Mrs.
W. J. Hweely, of Twin Kalis, 'and It Is
declared to be due to her efforts that
it has grown so rapidly.
The loan was founded to aid upper-
classmcn who would not otherwise be
able to complete their courses, but
underclassmen are at times allowed to
avail themselves 'of this opportunity.
Students may borrow up to $150 and
are not required to pay back this am
ount until they are graduated and
have established themselves in uomo
occupation. Payment Is then made,
If dexlred. in small monthly amounts.
During the war the loan fund was
given Impetus by the founding oi
scholarships In memory of Americans
who were killed In France. This Idea
has continued in popularity and today
a majority of Idaho towns have at
least one such memorial. Twin Falls
loads southern Idaho with six and
northern Idaho, St. Ijarle Is first with
NOW GOING ON AT CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO. 1
$30,000.00 STOCK OF FURNITURE, RUGS, STOVES, 1
RANGES, ETC., NOW PLACED ON SALE AT PRICES LESS 1
THAN COST TO REPLACE. I
THE OPENING DAY OF
THIS GREAT SALE, TUES
DAY, DEC. 21ST, WAS IN
DEED A GALA DAY. PEO
PLE CAME AND WERE
CONVINCED' THAT WE
HAVE SMASHED THE
GENUINE WILTON RUGS,
PHONOGRAPHS, BEAUTI- j
FUL ELECTRIC LAMP
SHADES, MORRIS CHAIRS I
BABY BUGGIES, KIDDIE
KARS, AND HUNDREDS
OF SENSIBLE AND USE-
FUL XMAS GIFTS GREAT-
LY REDUCED. I
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