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DAILY EAST OXSCEOSIAS, FENDIXTON, OXSdCN.
TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 4, 1921.
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Social and Club News
(HTIt.D W1IX MEET.
Tha members of tha Catholic ladles
Oiilld will mwt tomorrow evening at
Leave pon roim.ANn.
Mr. and Mr. J. A. Monese nd Miss
fteta Vey left this mornlnit for Port
land. They will remain In the city
for a vli.lt.
flETITRN FROM KANSAS.
Mrs. O. 8. Holslngton and daughter,
Miss Marlon Holslngton, have returned
from Turk., Kansas, where they visited
relative during the holiday season,
OFP1CKH9 TO BB INSTALLED
Off Her of the Degree of Honor are
to be Initialled at a meeting; of the Ie
grea of Honor tomorrow at !:S0 In the
I. O. O. F. hall. Initiation of members
will also take place.
MIPS HORPMfcN RETURNS.
Mint Gwendolyn Horsman has re
turned to Monmonth where she will
resume her studies at the State Nor
mal school after spending the holi
days with relatives.
MISS MORTIMORE HAS GUESTS.
Miss Evelyn Mortimore has as her
guests Miss Alice Maxon, of the con
servatory of music in Walla Walla,
and Miss Eldora Crawford and Miss
May Hart, of Walla Walla.
MRS. GOLDMAN 18 GUEST.
Mrs, George W. Coutts returned
last flight from Boise, Idaho, accom
panied by her daughter, Mrs. Luther
J. Ooldman. Mm. Coutts was called.
to noise some time ago by the serious
Illness of her daughter, who was suf
fering from " typhoid - fever. Mrs,
Goldman, who Is now recovered, will
remain in Pendleton for a time at the
home of her parents.
HOSTESSES FOR CLUB,
Mrs, Clarence Penlsnd and Mrs, A.
E. MoCulley .ill be hostesses on
Thurday afternoon for a meeting of
the Research Club at the horn of Mrs.
McCulley, 113 Lee street.
MRS. RREMER VISITS.
Mrs. Robert O. Bremer, of Portland,
Is a visitor In PendMon at the home
of her mother, Mrs, Clyde D. Green
wood. Mrs, Rremer will be remem
bered as Miss Helen Barnhart.
D. A. R.'S T O ELECT.
Th mmbers of the Umatilla chap
ter of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will elect officers for the
ensuing year at a meeting In the li
brary club room tonignt at j:au.
DANCE AT MATLOCK HOME,
en, this ovpninr la scheduled a
dancing party at the home of Mrs.
William F. Matlock, for wmcn una.
weslev N. Matlock and sirs.
Wade E. Privett will be hostesses.
MRS. STUR.IS ENTERTAINS
' Mrs. Una Sturgls wss hostess yester
day afternoon for the members of the
r. ........... -u-Met Club. Three tables
were In play. Mrs. R- Alexander, who
is in Pendleton from poruana, wan
HOPF'S UTSTAIRS SHOP
One-Half Price; Sale
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
WOOL DRESSES AND
A special rack of garments offered at just
; one half the regular price.
ITER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
CLOSING OUT OUR
All 1.00 Records at 75c each
7 for 5.00
THOMPSONS' DRUG STORE
WE CARRY A FULL SUPPLY OF
Chicken Food, Hog Food,
And are able to give youthe LOWEST PRICES
If you trade any place without asking our PRICES
first you are the loser- ' ,
UMATILLA FLOOR & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court St
MRS. BTXWQUIST DEPARTS.
Mrs. Kelley Rlomqubtt, of SeRttla,
who (pent the past week In Pen.llf.toii
on the, guest of her brother, James
Hill, returned to her home today.
MRS. COX RETl'DNS
Mrs. W. II. Cox and
returned this morning after an extend.
ci stay In Olendale, Arizona. They
visited In Long Beach beore going- to
WILL OCCUPY HOME
Mr. and Mm. Dale slusher and little
son. Dale Slusher, Jr., are domiciled
at the R. P. Trombley home, 117 Lewis
street. Mrs. Slusher and son recently
returned to Pendleton from Portland.
OFFICERS TO BE INSTALLED.
Installation of officers will mark
the meeting of the Neighbors of Wood
craft tonight at 7:30 in Eagle-Woodman
hall. A social hour and the serv
Ing of refreshments will occupy the
latter part of the evening.
MISS IDLEMAN DEPARTS.
Miss Helen Idleman has returned to
Eugene to resume her studies at
University of Oregon after spending
the Christmas holidays with her par
ents. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Idleman. Miss
Idleman Is a freshman at the Uni
versity. MRS. WHITE RETURNS.
Mrs. Herald White (Bula Smith) de
parted on Sunday for her home In
Eugene after a visit at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, L. Smith.
Mr. White, who also spent the holi
days here, returned to Eugene after
CLUB WILL MBET.
Mrs. Guy L. Boyden and Miss Beth
Smith will be hostesses for a meeting
of the Thursday Afternoon Club to
morrow afternoon at the library club
room. The club is to meet tnis wee
on Wednesday Instead of Thursday,
the regular meeting date.
OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED.
Officers for the Parish Aid Sanctu
ary Chapter and Woman's Auxiliary
of the Church of the Redeemer for tne
ensuing year will be elected at a meet
ing of the members of the three or
ganizations tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 In the Parish Hall. Contributions
to the Bishop Rowe Alaska fund are
to be received at the meeting. .
MRS. BURCHILL HERE TO LIVE
Mrs. E. J. Burchlll, who has made
her home for the past three years In
Salem with her daughter, Mrs. Will H.
Bennett, and Mrs. Bennett, Is In Ten
dleton a guest at the home of Mrs.
Charles E. Bond, another daughter.
Mrs. Burchlll will make her home with
the Bennetts as soon as their residence
here Is occupied. She is also the moth
er of Mrs. C. M. Eager, of Athena.
CLUB MEMBERS TO DANCE
Members of the Jewel Club are to be
euesta for an evening of dancing at
Eagle-Woodman hall tomorrow night,
with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McRae,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olllanders. Mr. and
Mrs. E. R. Rupuis, Mr. and Mrs. Les
ter Cronin, Mr. and Mrs. Guy John
son, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Brown and
Mr. and' Mrs. Joe Boyd as hosts. Re
freshments are to be served In the
Small White Beans, 17 ibs. . . . .... .... $1.00
Glass Jar Asparagus Tips, can .......... 35c
Del Monte Tomato Sauce, can ...... . 10c
I. X. L. Macaroni Sauce, can 10c
Macaroni, package .................... 10c
Spaghetti, package .................... 10c
Noodles, package 10c
Tea Garden Preserves, 15 oz. jar 50c
, Fresh Eggs, dozen . .'. ....... 65c
Country Butter $U0
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE PHONES QUALITY
Terjcsons Have Small Son.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Terjeson are re
joicing at the arrival last night of a
son. The young man was born at the
Ounder Terjeson home on Aura
Storm is Brewing.
A storm Is brewing and more rain Is
probable, says Major Lee Moorhouse,
official weathe robserver. The rain
fall yesterday was .OS inches. The
maximum temperature today Is 51
while the minimum was 30. The
barometer registers 29.20.
fly, la lam alanaar aaUa. ball thy.
to sow yeaim. H U amuraii Ik akaeows
inHenrN Was of aaakelora roaoaUoeof
viffkt. We mrriM or udloaa . Ne
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Ihyretd, a loa
rote m aaa rooV
Commercial Club to Meet
The January meeting of the Pen
dleton Commercial Association Is to
be held tonight at 8 o'clock. Several
matters of Importance, including re
cent recommendations by the Oregon
State Chamber of Commerce In Its an
nual meeting, will come up.
Shops May Move to Pasco,
Rumors at Pasco are that the North
ern Pacific will discontinue Its heavy
repair work shops at both South Ta
coma and Billings and build new shrps
at Pasco that will be larger than
either of the coast shops. Travelers
say that other railroad expansion Is In
progress for the nearby Washington
MISS KVAVS TO WED
Miss Catharine L. Evans of Canby,
Oregon, who has visited in Pendleton
as the guest of Mrs. Leslie Glbbs, and
who has friends in this city, is to wed
Phillip Hammon, of Oregon City. An
nouncement of the engagement was
made at a luncheon at Hotel Portland
In Portland yesterday. Miss Evans is
a student at University of Washington
and a member of Delta Gamma soror-
ity. She will complete her studies In
June. Mr. Hammon is a prominent at
torney of Oregon city.
JUOTTVG IV BELGRADE.
BELGRADE, Jan. 4. (A. P.) In
a clash between communists and po
lice nearly two hundred communists
and a dozen police were hurt. - Many
Russians were among the demon
Hermiston Folk Have Daughter.
A baby daughter was bom at St.
Anthony's hospital this morning to
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ralph, of Her-
nt yarn m4 f k
aadw anty-Miaae' fw
uii, tbi, rraa
by phyiiflua. Add U
year cepftbility ul chfcrm.
Abbm all bo kw yea. B
, com Natter tm awa. mmmt
la apsMruo, anraMliM, U keehh, add
ym te yeof Met Take your Kmnw
aaa saifkl oftaa esa look at your la aurtat
to kaew tke treat aaaaflt. Daa't teat aay
ann Ubmi etart aew aad alloy tba (brill of
fcaeemtBf ahadat. Aak lot bos of ROM IN
TABU Lff (mMUKi baraml si any drua
Aanpt aa auaantsu. , vt nan a .uw
ta aa tar kaai ar writ lor fraa broebura.
MftMi Ca, If-ll, 111 ties I, Urn lk, . 1.
and roadbed over the mountains be
cause of high water. Reinforcing
bents which were Installed on several
bridges along Meacham creek have
been washed out by high water ano
It Is not considered safe to operate the
heavy locomotives until repairs are
made. Most traffic la operating on
slow slow orders over that part of the
Cards Will Admit M.mbors
Cards will admit members of the
Elks lodge, their families and their
Kuests to the second lyceum number
which will be given, by the lodge In
the lodge room on Friday evening at
S:15 n. m. The Ricketts Glee Club Is
the attraction and a variety of Instru
mental and -vocal music Is promised.
The first number of the course In De
cember was considered quite a success
and the coming one Is promised to be
Donor of Cup Is Winner,
Brooke Dickson, Joint donor with
his brother. John Dickson, of a New
Tear's day trophy cup for the Pendle
ton Golf Club, was the first .winner of
the cup In the tournament held Satur
day. He made a net score of 73 and
a gross of 179. D. D. Phelps was sec
ond with a net 77 and a gross 7. 8.
R, Thompson was third with a net 79
and a gross 97. Permanent possession
of the cup goes to the one winning It
three times. There were 13 entries In
Areas Are Reported.
The Hermlston district of the Uma
tilla irrigation project has an irrl
gible area of 36,300 acres with 7,335
acres under water, according to the
biennial report made yesterday by
Percy Cupper, state engineer. The
report for the Teel district shows an
irrigible area of 16,000 acres, with
$1,200,000 bonds voted; 1920,000
bonds certified; $150,000 expended in
construction and $930,000 bonds In
sured since 1916. The Irrlgible area
for the John Day district is given as
Year's, ftnllding Is Ixrr
The building permits issued for the
year 1920 totaled less than half thoa
issued for 1919, the report of the city
recorder today showed. Building ope
rations estimated to cost $318,051 were
started during the year as against
$690,306 for the year previous. There
were 213 permits Issued as against 325
for the year 1919. Not only was the
average for the permits less but the
number of new projects started dwln
died. There were 54 Issued for homes
In 1919 while for 1920 less than Jialf
that number of new dwellings were
started. Most of the permits were for
additions and repairs. December, with
eight permits totaling $3170, was the
lightest month and January, with 18
Derm its totaling $92,025, was the best
month in the amount of work started
The most permits, 26, to be Issued In
one month were Issued In March.
Mrs. Van Den sen In Echo.
Mrs. Edith G. Van Deusen, home
demonstration agent, left this morn
ing for Echo where she will meet
with Echo women on matters of com
munity and civic development.
"California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Byrup of Figs
only look for the name California on
the package, then you are sure your
child la having the best and most
harmless physic for the little stomach,
river and bowels. Children love Its
bottle you must say "California." I
W. O. W. Installed.
Officers for the local chapter of the
Woodmen of the World were installed
last night with V. Stroble. past consul
acting as Installing officer. His son
Fred M. Stroble, was made past con
sul commander and as an appreciation
of his services to the lodge, the mem
bers presented him with a gift. Other
officers Installed were Charles T.
Vauahan. consul commander; Carl
McGinnls, , adviser lieutenant; J. P.
Walker, re-elected clerk for his 28th
year of service; Thomas Fits Gerald,
re-elected hanker "for his seventeenth
year of service; C. A. Saunders, escort;
C O. Hummel, watchman; Robert H,
Carrier, sentry: A. O. Carden, new
manager, B. A. Lovell and E. C. Al
bert, hold-over managers.
Buyer of Hclics Taken Home. '
Thomas' C, J. Hanson, who Is said to
have recently been In the Eastern Ore
gon State Hospital, was returned to his
home In Iowa last night by a brother
who came here for him. Hanson, it Is
said about town, displayed a marked
demand for curios and old furniture
and made many good sized purchases
in local curio and second hand stores
and sent the articles to his relatives.
He usually wrote checks on a local
bank for the amount due and on sev
eral occasions had the checks returned
to him because of his having over
drawn his account. Invariably he
made good the discrepancy, the banks
report. He was suspected nf being
mentally unbalanced and was finally
Mallet Engines Withdrawn
Mallet engines which have been In
freight service on the La Grande
Kirth run since summer, were with
drawn this week temporarily on ac
count of the weakening of the bridges
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank the many kind
friends for the beautiful floral offer
ings and for the sympathy shown us
during the death of our little daughter
Full directions on eachlJime Lenny-flecker; "
MR. AND MRS. ROT B. BECKER ,
Umatilla county's offer of flour for
the relief of children of Central Eu
rope Monday was officially accepted In
a telegram from headquarters of the
Central European Relief at New York,
to J. V. Tallman, local chairman. The
wire laid at rest the last doubt that
the contribution of this county, In
kind, would be acceptable.
An Inspection of the flour' offered
will be made, the wire said. The
headquarters Inquired if It was to be
straight winter export flour. It Is the
plan of the committee, to specify this
brand of flour and pack It for export
from Portland. .
While soliciting for funds in Pen
dleton has been completed, the last re
ports from the county towns have not
yet come In. Of those that have been
received, most have been quite satis
factory and as soon as final reports
can be made, the county hopes to
show more than the $7700 requested,
in One Day
Be sure its Bromo
Toe fttulM bean tbi a igsatura
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Sale of Apparel
Women who know values will have their fond
est expectations surpassed in the unusually
drastic price concessions offered in these
Prices have been cut deeper than ever before
and cut on merchandise of most timely value.
Excellent apparel for Women and Misses' fin
est silk underwear, charming blouses.
FOUR TOWNS NOW ASSURED
HIANC1IISE8 FOR LEAGCE
TACOMA. Wash., Jan. 4. (A. P.)
Four clubs, Vancouver, Tacoma,
Yakima and Victoria, are certain of
places In; the Pacific International
Baseball League next season, L. H.
Burnett, Tacoma, League president,
announced here recently.
Two more league teams will be
selected before the season opens. Last
year Seattle and Spogane hnd clubs
In the organization.
Senate Wants Fact
' WASHINGTON, Jan. 4. (A. P.)
Resolutions calling on state depart
ment for "accurate Information" as to
the "necessities of women and chil
dren In the various distressed nations."
in Europe for whom funds are being
raised In tha United States, were ad
opted by the senate immediately upon
Introduction by Senator Edge of New
WINTER SPORTS CARNIVAL
WILL BE HELD AT BANFF
BANFF, Alberta. Jan. 4. (A. P.)
Banff's winter carnival, one of tha
big events of the winter months in
the Canadian Rockies, will be held
here from January 29 to February I.
Contests In skating, hockey, skiing
and Jumping ar on the program.
Andros Iftiugen, St. Paul, world
champion ski Jumper will be among
the contestants. A substantial cash
prize will be offered to the profes
sional ski Jumper iftho beats tha
world's record of 214 feet.
For Expectant Mothers
C:ed Br Tksee Cexeiakqxs
mm aoourroa aeraiMwea aaa taa but. ma
aasmia tteauroa Ce Dtrr. s-B. Aruau. Sa.
.nd have us tell you the price of quality Grocer
ies. The prices are always low at
Jim Beard's Cash Store
, 300 West Webb St .
Just a Whisper Off Main St.
' C. 0. D. Orders a Specialty.
PAYCASH BE HAPPY
OUR ENTIRE $30,000 STOCK REDUCED AT
ONE-HALF OF THE FORMER PRICE
Living Room. Dinirisr Room. Tea Room and Kitchen
Furniture, Chairs, Rockers, Library Tables, In fact nearly
our entire stock will be reduced at 1-2 former price.
NOTICE Ono-thlrd off on rcnltwiilan, Jlrwel and Copjxr.Clad
Itange, Ktert Beds, Stool Springs, Phonographs tho Pathe. HtnuaU
vara, Mandol. Aeolian Vocation, lilhrola. Tabic Phonographs; Window
nnuacfl, Kiu-nen I annul and Congolonm H8V' ;
THIS SALE IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY AND FOR
Crawford Furniture Co.
. Pendleton, Ore.
y Corner Court and Slain 818.
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