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SociaZ ana1 Club News
DANCE 1H ENJOTKI). IT. and Mrs. Koacoe Smith. Mr. H.
lAunchliiff the social aeaaon of the lP and George lledger, or Walla
new year, Mr. William K. Matlock. Walla.
Mm. Wenley N. Matlock and .Mrs. " '
Wade E. Prlvett were hosu-swa lust i MRS. G RAT DEPARTS
night for a formal danclnir party in
the epactoua home of the elder Mrs.
Scarlet holly berries, brilliant poln
ettea, mistletoe and an abnnrinnce of
evergreen formed the deroratlons.
IfffVfiVe 11 ttvtnra nni.i i-a ma, I fan.
toons with green and crimson as thei0" lh" ". -rned to their
Mrs. Charles Oray left last evening
lor Seattle, where she will be at the
bedside of a friend who Is seriously 111.
RETVRN FROM PORTLAND.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hegeman,
who have been visiting In Portland
color note, were rhnrmlnKly used
About the rooms, where Ions; mirrors
reflected the hundred couples who
danced. Punch was served from an
alcove, where the same color scheme
was carried out.
Mrs, Emmett Kstes, daughter of
Mrs. Wesley N. Matlock, and Miss
Emily Carney, assisted the hostesses
In receiving. Among out-of-town
guests for the enjoyable affair were
home in Tendleton on No. 18 Tuea.
PIONEER CU'B MEETS.
The reading by Mrs. W. B. Maya
of "The Pioneers of Pendleton." writ
ten by Mrs. Nancy E. Pespain, waa a
pleasing feature of a meeting of the
Pioneer Ladies' Club yesterday after
noon in tho club room of the county
library. The story, after taking the
iinrr's i rsTAins 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.
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
It Can't Leak,
Because It's Made
in One Piece
AKANTLEEK !a built like a
bottle all in one piece.
Most hot-water bottle are
made in eectiont, then cemented
together. When cement dries
and crack, the bottle kaka.
-' 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 a new Kant
Don't wait until your old bag
leaks. Get a Kantkek. Your old
one may break open tonight.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REX ALL STORE
WE CARRY A FULL SUPPLY OF
Chicken Food, Hog Food,
And are able to give you the LOWEST PRICES
If you trade any place without asking our PRICES
first you are the loser-
UMATILLA FLOUR & Gil! CO.
220 E. Court St
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listeners buck In the riuv. nt nknn
the early settlers came to make their
nomes in me untried west, traced the
lives of the pioneers from the past to
the present. Mrs, Louise 1-ampkln
sang two solos. Mrs. J. H. Haley and
Mrs. E. J. Burchill, who recently came
to Pendleton to make here home, pre
sided during the social hour at a tea
table centered by pink cyclamen. Hos-
teases for the nrtArnnnn. vara fr
William Raker, Mrs. T. It. Hwearln
gen, Mrs. H. S. Garfield, Mrs. Kllen
Bond, Mrs. Frank Ruling and Mrs.
Wallace Oargill. Thirty-two member
of the club were prtisent.
MRS. ELDK1DGE VISITS.
Mrs. Levi Eldrldse, of Pilot Rock,
la a Pendleton visitor. She Is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Drover
P. A R. TO MEET
apiause a quorum was not present,
the Daughters of the American Revo
lution did not hold their meeting last
nlRht. The election of offk-ers will b
held next Tuesday night at the
library club mom. .
MISS SIMIS RETl'RNS.
Miss Helen Simls, who spent the
Christmas holidays at the home of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
.Simls, has returned to Seattle to re
sume her studies at Holy Name Ac
Mrs. Khert Recovering.
Mrs. A. C. Ebert, who has been
seriously 111 with pneumonia. Is re
ported better today. She has been for
some- time confined to her home at
637 Johnson street.
CALLED BY- ILLNESS.
Mrs. Dave Fourth, mother of Mrs.
Albert Ryman of Rleth, left today for
Cose, Oklahoma, where she was called
by the illness of her daughter, Mrs
DINNER PARTIES GIVEN
Several dinner parties were given In
Pendleton last night preceding the
dance at the Matlock home. Among
them was a dinner for which Judgs
and Mrs. G. W. Phelps were hosts.
Covers were laid for a number of
guests at a table centered by pink roses
and greenery. Mr. and Mrs. James B.
Welch were hosts for an Informal din
ner at their home on Madison street,
their guests numbering ten. .
MRS. CLARKE IS HOSTESS
Mrs. W. J. Clarke was hostess yes
terday afternoon for the North Side
bridge club. Three tables were in play
during the afternoon and high score
honors were won by Mrs. Henry Dixon
Jones. Besides club members, Mrs.
Clarke entertained as her guests Mrs.
J. C. Snow, Mr. Richard SI mis, Mrs.
J. K. Thompson and Mrs. Lv L. Rog
ers, The hostess was assisted In serv
ing by Mrs. H. H. Hattery; Mrs. George
Haslett and Mrs. Rogers.
MEDAL 13 WON '
The local union of the W. C. T. TJ.
has won the silver medal for contests.
by virtue of having held more de
clamatory contests during1 the past
year than any other union In the state.
Under the direction of Mrs. Marietta
Jones of this city, five silver medal
contests and one gold were held hero
: TKE CON'NTCTrVO
ffiO J render la the connecting
link between us and our
iaaaaitaaSL..' atr'' j eu,omrl''
ITillamook from our 415 lb. cheese, pound... ...45c
Limburger, pound .....V.......... 55c
Wisconsin Cream Brick, pound 60c
Edam Cheese, each $1.75
Prem-ost, brick 40c
Gammel Ost, jar . .....75c
Genuine Swiss, package $1.00
Imported Roquefort, pound ....$2.00
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
WWIMB fit W?W
Ha New Position '. .
R. H. Owen, formerly employed at
the Thomas Shop, is now in Portland
where he is an employe. of Roberts
Rrothers, in the drapery department.
Trees Are Cut ,
Workmen for the Pacific Power A
Light Co. are cutting the topmost
branches from trees In the streets of
Pendleton. The growth Interferes with
the electrlo current during wet weath
er as the current leaks down the trees.
The wood cut from the trees Is given
to the owners when desired.
Several Trainmen Removed.
Between 35 and 40 passenger con
ductors, brakemen and other train
men on the O. W. H. & N. system
working in and out of Pendleton, were
laid off on Jan. 1 Included In the
number are quite a few veterans of the
service. Physical disabilities are said
to have been rsoponsible for most of
the removals, an examination for
hearing, eyesight and other senses
having recently been given the men.
As a result of the dismissals, a large
number of new and younger men in
the service are holding runs from here
to Portland and to Huntington. .
forcement of the banking law and
In every way assist In placing the
banking business In Oregon on a sound
basis,'" said Mr. Bramwell yesterday.
"Rvery effort will be made to protect
depositors, and to this end the bank
ing board has assured me that it will
eo-operate to the fullest extent.
"I anticipate some amendments or
extensions of our present banking laws
at the next session of the legislature.
There will be presented, no doubt, a!
bill providing for control and super
vision of all financial Institutions
within the state where the funds of
Innocent people are solicited for in
vestments on deposit.
"The present financial condltioos
are without precedent. Money Is
plentiful, but thn people are marking
time before making Investments,
feel that there Is no cause for alarm
If the people will exercise their usual
Speakers at Rotary Clnb.
' John L. Vaughan, L C. Scharpf,
Roy Raley. George Hartman and
James Sturgis were the speakers at
the Rotary Club luncheon today, their
topic being the improvement of Pen
dleton as a community and business
center. The luncheon which was well
attended was held at the Elks' club.
Junior Tryouts Today Tryouts for
parts in the junior play, : "Green
Stockings" were held today with Miss
Ada St. Peter, class advisor. Miss
Kathleen Meloy and Miss Elizabeth
Severence as a committee to ; choose
Thomas Murphy Returns
Thomas Murphy has returned to
University of Oregon to resume his
studies. He wa3 called home before
the holidays by the Illness of the late
Mrs. Agnes Nelson, his grandmother.
"FUR AND VELVET
PORTLAND. Jan. 5. (A. T.S
John Etherldge conferred with attor
neys following his release late yester
day on $20,000 bonds. District Attor
ney (EVans said he is considering no
compromise with 'Etheridge.
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NAMES NEW DEPUTIES
SALEM, Or., Jan. 6. F. CV Bram
well, newly appointed superintendent
of banks at the conclusion of a meet
ing of the state banking board held
here yesterday announced that he had
selected Marshall Hooper as assistant
superintendent and examiner. Other
appointments Include W. M. Adair, 8.
L. Stewart and Fred W. Bland, as ex
aminers; Tinkam Gilbert, assistant ex
aminer, and Miss Edna Simonton,
Examiners Adair and Stewart will
have charge of field examinations,
while Examiners Bland and Gilbert
will looS after office examinations.
The board authorized Mr. Bramwell
to employ an additional examiner, but
the name of this man has not yet
'The department will exercise all
its authority and power for the en-
Ailvertlsing Begun on Senior Play
Advertising has been begun on the
senior play "The House Next Door"'
which is to be staged January 14 and
15; Large posters have been made
with a picture of the cast In the cen
ter. The play is in three acts and the
scenes are laid In England. A change
had to be made In the cast at a late
date. The play is to be given two
nights and at much smaller admission
fee than usual. Donald Wood worth Is
in charge of the advertising.
Drama Club Chooses Play "You
Never Can Tell," by Bernard Shaw
has been chosen by the Drama Club
for their mid-year play. It is In four
acts, and has five men characters and
four women characters. The play
will not be given until March as the
senior and junior plays have taken all
the convenient dates. It will first be
studied In the club and tryouts will
be held later to select the cast.
, IN COATS AND DRESSES
One lot of beautiful Silk Taffeta, Satin and
Woo! Tricotine and Serge Dresses. These are all
real bargains. Special price . ,
One lot of Misses' and Ladies' Coat in all the
popular fabrics, and plush, well lined, . some fur
collars. These coats are all good styles and up to
date fall coats. Your choice
MRS. CHARLES WELLMAN
DIES AFTER OPERATION
; FREEWATER, Jan. 6 Word was
received here this week of the death
in Rochester, Minn., at Mayo Brothers'
hospital, of Mrs Charles Wellman,
who underwent an operation for can
cer there the day before Christmas.
Mrs. Wellman formerly lived at I'ma
plne and waa the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Phlllppl and had been liv
ing in Alberta about a year. She made
a short visit to her parents before
going to Rochester.
Mr. Wellman accompanied' her and
is now on his way home with the body.
It Is expected the funeral will be held
at Walla Walla. Besides her husband
and parents Mrs. Wellman Is survived
oy a 4-year-old daughter, Caroline.
and two sisters, Mrs. J. Kelly of Pres-
cott. Wash., and Miss Delia Phlllppl,
MONTREAL, Que. Canada export
ed during the fiscal year, 191-120,
8,863,0(8 barrels of flour valued at
$94,22.28, compared with 116.09
barrels valued at 1(21,371 In 1910.
AT ITS BEST
The strongest com
pliment ever paid to
is the vain attempts at
imitation. , Those 1
who take cod-liver''
oil at its best, take
t S n. SUnmS-W N. I
of wheat and
as in no other
"There's a Reason"
JUvaya Jovxa far, ittj Clea.
GOING ON AT BEARD'S CASH STORE
About 60 pairs high grade dress shoes, best and
most wanted styles. Values up to $11.00
Gogh Out Price, Pair, $4.47
Also sale on Children's Shoes and Ladies' Oxfords
Complete Line Staple and Fancy Groceries
Jim Beard's Cash Store
; 300 Weit Webb St
PAYCASH BE HAPPY
- Thii faaelnatlBC combination
of moleakln. tar and embroider
la bat ooa of aeveral Interesting
adaptations offered thia aeaaon
eatskui and a deep, rich old blue
velvet, for Inatanoa. aqulrrel with
gray filk duvetyn, and the trac
er doaa la tarnlibed gold, if too
Itieaea, or black ralrat sail fox '
JL ur Sanitary Groeyy
Rmoc15. All .Other PeparlmerAt. Call ZZ,
Clearance Sale Specials
Picnic Hams, per pound - 20c
Ham, per pound 30c
Clam, the can - 10c
Salmon, Chinook, can 15c
Bacon, Backs, per pound 40c
Country Shoulder, per pound 20c
Crisco, 1 1-2 pound can - 50c
Crisco, 3 pound can 90c
Cruco, 6 pound can $1.65
Crisco, 9 pound can $2.50
10 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL CANNED MEATS
29 PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL CANNED FRUITS,
INCLUDING GALLON PIE FRUITS
OUR ENTIRE $30,000 STOCK REDUCED AT
ONE-HALF OF THE FORMER PRICE ,
Living Room, Dining Room. Vea Room and Kitchen
Furniture, Chairs, Rockers, Library Tables, in fact nearly
our entire stock win be reduced at 1-2 former price.
NOTTCK One-third off on Penliwuilar, Jlevtel and Coppcr-CIad
Ilangcx, Steel Bed, Ktecl Spring. Phonograph the Puthe, Htradt
vara, Mandot, Aeolian Vorallnn, Uhrola, TaWe l'lonoerpl"l Window
nnaoen, KiK-nrn .'a'nm-l and ConRolcum Ilusa,
' THIS SALE IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY AND FOR
Y CASH ONLY
Crawford Furniture Co.
Corner Coon and Main fit. Phone 4