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DAILY EAST CSEGONIAN, MLSXON, 0!IS3C,- - FRIDAY EVENING, DSCZIIS2a-81t-1820.
Social and Club News
CHRIFTMAS TKEE ENJOYED
Delightfully Interesting m the
meeting of the l.avender Club with
Mrs. l:mll Dohnert yesterday, a Christ
ina tree, mysteriously gift-laden, and
n Informal program, affording sev
eral enjoyable hours. Mm. Dohnert'
hum was especially attractive In holi
day autre and after the guests had
njoyed chatting awhile the following
number were a:ven:
Vocal Solo.,,. Mr. Louise Lampkln
Heading. . . ,f Mr. J. M. Cook
Readings...'! Peggy Percival
. lunrheon"marked the final hour
and openeng gift package proved de
lightful. Ouest other than club mem
ber who enjoyed Mm, Dohnert's hos
pitality were Mrs. Harry Percival, lit
tle Miss Percival, Mrs. Fred Dohnert
and little Miss Noreen.
BIRTHDAY IS HONORED
Mra. Oeorge Schwara extended de
lightful hospitality to a group of young
friends whom she entertained yester
day for the pleasure of her daughter,
Nedra, the occasion heing the eighth
birthday anniversary of the honor
The party Included Jane Kavanaugh,
Jessta Smith, Shirley Caldwell. Sue
Winter, Kathertne Kavanaugh, Ber
r.lre Russell and the honoree, and
after enjoying the earlier hours at
rw 'Hev adjourned to the dining
room where a pink cake decked with
etght pink candles centered a dainty
Mrs. Schwa rs waa assisted by Mrs.
Joe Russell and Mrs, Ed Stansbury.
MISS STANFIELD IS GUEST
Mrs. Hattle Stsnfield and Miss Cath
erine Stanfleld came to Echo yester
day from their home In Portland and
while Mrs. Stanfleld visits as the guest
of relatives there her daughter Is be
ing welcomed by Pendleton friends.
Miss Mary Johns motored to Echo last
evening and the girls returned here
this morning. Miss Stanfleld is to be
Miss John's "houseguest until Sunday
when they will leave together for Port
land where Miss Johns has been spend
ing the -winter. She la to return to
Pendleton In a month or so, however.
ANNUAL BALL TONIGHT
Paramount on today's social calen
der u ih. first annual ball of the Pen
dleton Woman's Club. The event, for
which an invitation far and wide tS
will take Dlace in Eagle-
Woodman hall. The ball room has
been gaily decorated for the interest
ing affair and the first strains of dance
nnsin will h .minded at 8:30 o'clock.
Tickets are being sold fer $1.50 with
a charge of SO cents for extra ladles.
RETURN FROM VISIT
Tw r 9 Tcrrwninr and his wife. Dr.
Ella Terpenlng have returned from a
HOFF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
WOMEN'S SUITS 1-2 PRICE
SILK DRESSES 1-2 PRICE
WOOL DRESSES 1-2 PRICE
COATS NOW 1-2 PRICE.
Each and every garment being sold far below today's
visit In Spokane and Cheney, Washing
ton. They arrived home yesterday
after a week's absence during which
they enjoyed Christmas at' the home of
their daughter Mrs. J. W. Ilungate at
"500" PARTY ENJOYED. . v '
A group of the friends of Mr. and
Mrs. O. A. Simpson called at their
home on Garfield street last evening
and spent several delightful hours In
progressive "500 . High honors were
won by Mrs, H. C. Reese and llss
Jaunlta Friedly, and at the conclusion
of the play a dainty supper was serv
ed by the hostess.
In the party were Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Scott, Mr. and Hrs. H. C.
Reese, Mr. and Mrs. Brady Howdy-
shell, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Friedly,
Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Friedly, Mr. H.
H. Howell, Frank Friedly, Miss Pau
line Dohnert, Miss Jaunlta Friedly,
Mrs. Mae Friedly and Mr. and Mrs.
DANCING PARTY SCHEDULED.
Cards are being issued by Mrs. Wil
liam F. Matlock, Mrs. Wesley N. Mat
lock and Mrs. Wade E. Privett for a
dancing party Tuesday evening, Jan
uary 4. Guests are asked to the home
of Mrs. William F. Matlock in the Tel
ephone building for 8.-.S0 o'clock.
LEAVES TONIGHT FOR IDAHO
Mrs. Guy 'R. O'Melveny, who has
been the guest of her parents. Judge
and Mrs. Thomas Fits Gerald, for the
past five days, will leave on No, 18
this evening for her residence in Idaho
RETURN FROM PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Ditto and Mrs.
E. E. Cleaver arrived home yesterday
from Portland where they enjoyed
Christmas and part of the holidays.
They made the trip by motor.
HAPPY NE YEAR
Dozens of people will wish it for you.
But that doesn't keep us from wishing it
too.' ' ' !;
MAN IN MURDER CASE '
AUCKLAND, New Zealand.
Dec SI. (A. P.) The American
team won the Davis cup, emblematic
of the world's team tennis champion
ship, by defeating the Australian
team today. The victory came when
the last buil In the tenth game of the
fourth set was driven out of the
court. This is the fourth time an
American team has won the cup. Aus
tralian von It six times and the Brit
ish isles have won it five times.
O V E RA TAYLOR HARDWARE STORE
We feel that the year 1920 should
not pass without some expressions of
gratification over the cordial relations
existing between us and we desire to
"convey the season's best kind -wishes -for
a Prosperous New Year.
A Happy New Year
This is a season of God Will.
'''"."We send our Heartiest Holiday Greetings
, To all our friends,
And a Sincere Wish
That you may share with us another year
Brim full of Peace, Happiness and Prosperity .
NINETEEN TWENTY ONE
Umatilla Flour & Grain Co.
Ilio EAST COl'RT ST.
SACRAMENTO, Dec. SI. (U. P.)
Hairy Stevens wanted James .Ander
son, a radio operator, and Lillian Ste
vens married because his wife was
jealous of the girl, Mrs. Julia Gray
bill testified In court here yesterday.
Anderson la being tried on a charge
of murdering Stevens, the foster fath
er of the girl he married.
Mrs. Grayblll told- the court of a
visit paid to her home by Stevens
when Anderson was living with the
Graybllls. Stevens entered the apart
ments with tears In his eyes, she said.
In a conversation with Anderson and
Mrs. Grayblll, Stevens said he wanted
to get Lillian out of his home, saying
his wife was jealous. ,
"She made his life a perfect hell on
earth, due to Lillian. Anderson's at
torney said he would prove that Stev
ens himself had betrayed the girl and
that knowledge of this caused Ander
son to be mentally deranged and led
to the killing.
85,000 LUMBERMEN TO
SEATTLE, Dec. 31. (II. P.) When
15,000 lumbermen in the northwest.
now out of work, are again employed,
it will be at a wage reduction of ap
proximately 20 percent, the West'
Coast Lumbermens Association today
announced. In order to complete
steamer cargoes, some of the tidewater
mills will resume operations within a
few days, but it is not known when-tb
other mills will open, it was said.
AGED WOMAN KNEW
pared to halt any attempt to turn the
celebration of the New Tear Into an
orgy of imblbatlon such as used to oc
cur In the days before the Volstead act,
Kramer today warned.
Just one little slip will constitute
Violation. Approximately 1400 federal
prohibition agents will be on the Job
onlght, Kramer said. They will be
Assisted by thousands of police and lo
cal officials in all towns, and cities to
see that the law Is obeyed.
FOREST TRAIL ABANDOXKD
PORTLAND, Deo. SI. (A. re
construction of a trail on the eastern
boundary of the Oregon national forest
connecting numerous roads and trails
passing through the forest has been
abandoned probably for the winter due
to. a heavy snow which has fallen over
the area, according to the United
States forest service.
ON COATS AND DRESSES
One lot of misses' and ladies'
coats in all the popular fabrics,
and plush, well lined, some
with fur collars. These coats
are all good style and up to
date fall coats. Your choice of
One lot of beautiful silk taffeta, satin and
wool tricotine and serge dresses. These are all
real bargains, come in and look them over,
values to $49.50.
Special Price $19.75. . '
17RGES HOUSING COMMISSION
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31. (U. P.)
A bill creating a federal housing and
construction commission was Introduc
ed yesterday by Senator Calder, chair
man of the senate reconstruction com
mittee, which has been making an In
vestigation of the housing situation
throughout the country.
ASHTOST STILL URGES BILL
WASHINGTON, Dec. SI. (A. P.)
The mine assessment bill, which Sena
tor Ashurst trailed Wednesday In an
effort to learn whether the president
had signed it got into the senate dis
cussion yesterday. Ashurst indicated
an attempt will be made to pass the
bill over r. veto if It Is vetoed.
HONOLULU, Dee. 31. (A. P.)
A kingdom now almost forgotten was
in the making at the time of birth of
Mrs. Kaill Waikai, reputed to be the
oldest woman in Hawaii, who died
here yesterday. . It has been estab
lished that Mrs. Waikai was more
than seven years old at the time of
the landing; of the first missionaries
on Hawaiian shores. The centennial
celebration of the advent of Christian
teachers was held here last April. Mrs.
Walkai's age was given by relatives
as 107 years, t months.
Kamehaneha, known as the Conqueror,-
the greatest of the Hawaiian
kings, was completing his conquest
and consolidation of the Hawaiian Is
lands when Mrs. Waikai was born.
This kingdom remained under the
sway of Kamehameha and his suc
cessors until the establishment of the
provisional government in 1893. Mrs.
Waikai was two years old when the
Battle of Waterloo was- fought In
Belgium shattering Napoleon's dream
nt world domination. A century lat
er when William of Germany at
tempted a like achievement with si
milar results, Mrs. Waikai already
was a centenarian. Mrs. Waikai had
lived In Honolulu for 70 years, and
retained her faculties until death. She
was born at Kona, Island of Hawaii.
BE EVEN LIL'TILIED
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31. U, P.)
Prohibition Commissioner Kramer is
determined there shal be no tilting of
the Volstead cover on New Tears eve.
Federal prohibition officials are pre-
$100,000 IX BOOZE TAKKY '
DENVER, Dec. 31. (U. P.) Fifty
cases and a half dozen barrels of bot
tled in bond Canadian Club whlnky,
valued at close to $100,000 were seized
yesterday in a raid by the police on
a paint shop. R. D. Willis and W. Al
ford, were arrested, charged with vlo
lation of the prohibition law.
LEGISLATURE ALL O. O. P
LANSING, Mich., Dec. 31. (A. P.)
Michigan's all-republican state leg
islature will convene January 6. The
session will be the first one In recent
years In which the democratic party
la not represented. Two democrat
were members of the last legislature
but neither of them made the run this
Soreness and stiffness resulting
from unaccustomed use of muscles
or too much exercise, such as ten
nis, baseball, golf, hand-ball, etc.,
give way quickly to the soothing
effect of Hamlin's Wizard Oil. It
penetrates fast, drives out the sore
ness, and limbers up stiff, aching
joints and muscles.
Hamiln'e Wizard Oil it a good depend
able preparation to have In the medicine
cheat for flrat aid and when the doctor
mar he far away. It la an abeoiutelr
reliable antlaeptlc application for cute,
burna. bltee and .ting. Sprains and
bruiate heal rapidly under It soothing,
penetrating qualities Keep It OB band.
Generous aize bottle 36c. t
If you are troubled with constipation
or alck headache try Hamlin's Wizard
Liver Whlpe. Juet pleasant little pink
pills at drugflite for 10c
HOC. 8 ARK LOWER.
PORTLAND, Dec. 31. (A. P.)
Hogs are lower at $11.50 and $12 to
day, cattle and sheep are steady, and
eggs and butter are weak.
Dr. K. J. Tork, the Chinese Spe
cialist has spent years In study and
research work, both in China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women, .
.. He uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
ings. These remedies have been used
for many generation! and have
been given credit by patients using!
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
K. J. VOflK CHINESE MEDICINE
No. 421 W. Rose St,
Wall Walla, Waall.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TOU CAN MAKE from $00 to $100
pr week If you "will work ( hours
per day with a small Investment. See
W. L. Bower, Pendleton Hotel this eve.
Saturday and Sunday.
Notice Neighbors of Woodcraft
All lodge members are asked to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Agnes Nelson
uv.be.-ludA.Huuday afternuon.. at 2
o'clock at the Presbyterian Church.
SAVE YOURSELF I f
by having your Raw Fur toad Into
at our plate? At the same time your
old ones remodeled, repaired, cleaned
so they look Ilk u, At prlosa that
are right. In
we mow-it anything from ft fly to an
M. R, MOHIt
Spokane, WaU. . . a Bernard St., 6a
Writ about our deer bead oonteet,
0 0 . .5
Our Entire $30,000 Stock
SHALL BE REDUCED AT JUST
Sale Now On
FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.
Our entire stock of Living Room, Dining Room, Bed
Room and Kitchen Furniture, Rugs, Mattresses, Linoleums,'
Baby Carriages, Pictures, Chairs, Rockers, Library Tables,
Davenport Tables, Ladies' Writing Desks, Cedar Chests, Piano
Lamps, Stands and Shades, Mirrors, Children's Rockers, Doll
Carts, Doll Beds in fact our entire stock.
Except One-Third Off on Peninsular, Jewel and Cop
per Clad Ranges, Steel Beds, Steel Springs, Phonographs
The Pathe, Stradivara, Mandel, Aeolian, Vocalion, Librola,
Talole Phonographs; also Window Shades. ,
This Sale is for a Few Days 0 nly and for Cash Only..
Crawford furniture Co.
Corner Court and Main Sts. Phone 496