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DAILY EAST OREOOmy, PENDLETON, OREGON,
SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1021.
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Vi.TIl(U CONCKItT TOMOKUOW.
One of the series of Victrola con
certs (tlven each Sunday afternoon at
three o'clock In the county library
will bo presented tomorrow ami will
con Hint of selections from the various
operas m veil oft more popular music.
Following la the proKram:
Merry Wives of Windsor Overture
(Xlcolal) New Symphony Drchcstra
Polonaise Milllairo (Chopin)
Vcsi'lhi'a Italian band
socij-rrv has mektixo .
I An Interesting program marked a
meeting of the Missionary Society of
the Christian church nast nisht In the
I reception rooms of the church, for
' which Miss Alice (ireenwald was
I hostess. Mrs. U. L. PussnbarRor was
in charge of the devotional, and the
jsong numbers included "Plant the
La lloheme O sasve fanciulla (Thou Church of Cod," and "There's a Call
fneetet Maiden) Puccini, Frances Comes KinitinK." Clco Campbell played
Alda-Glovannl Martneiil a violin aolo with piano nccompant-
Carmon Halte la'! qui valla ? (Halt "t by Mrs. A. M. Campbell. Mrs,
Koss Maloney read a paper, "Transla
tion of the Hlble in India,"w hlle a
paper by Mrs. Karl Williams had for
Its topic "A Pay With the Hlble In In
dia." Mrs. Campbell jrave a reading,
"Out of the Big Wide World."
MRS. COIJ.IXS IS HOSTESS
Mrs. Henry W. Collins was hostess
yesterday afternoon at tho Collins
home on North Main street for a sew-
Ernest'.ne ! Party In honor of her mother, Mrs.
K. Alexander, who la a Pendleton
visitor from Portland. About thirty
five guests spent the afternoon most
there! Who goes there ) Geraldino
Tambourln Chlnola (Kreisler)
Faust Mort de Vanentin Antonio
Iaeliaccl, Pasquale Amato,
Pilgrim's Chorus from Tanhauser
(Wairner) Arthur Pryor's Band.
Alda Celeste Alda (Verdi) tiiovanni
Irish Lovo Song (Lang)
The Moon Drops Low (Eberhurt-Cad
man) Janet Snencer.
From the Land of the Sky Blue Water I Informally with needlework and chat
(Eberhart-Cadman) Alma Gluck
Nocturne In D Flat (Chapin) Misoha
Somewhere a Voice si Calling, John
A Uream, John McCormack.
Ave Maria, John McCormack
Good "Interest at the Xatarene Re
vival, Court and Matlock Sts. Adv.
Mrs. Collins was assisted In serving by
Mrs. WUlard Bond and Mrs. Dale
LfNCHEON IS GIVEN.
Mrs. S. H. Forshaw was hostess to
day for a charming luncheon In hon
or of Miss Florence Forshaw, at the
Forshaw home In west Pendleton.
Covers for eight were laid at an at
tractive table, the guests being Miss
' HOPP'S I'PSIAIRS SH OP
One-Half Price Sale
: WOMEN'S AND MISSES
' SUITS, COATS, f
WOOL DRESSES AND ' "
; ' SILK DRESSES.
,A special rack of garments offered at just
' one half the regular price.
OVER TAYLOR HARD AVA R E CO,
CLOSING OUT OUR
All 1.00 Records at 75c each
' or .
7 for 85.00
Forshaw. illss Alice Forshaw, Miss
Jessie Forshaw, Miss Pauline Morse,
Miss Virginia Todd, Miss Sydney
Suinmorvillc and Mrs. Hcna Addom.
CHC1U-H TO HAVE Dl.NNEl!.
Committees for the annual dinner of
the Church of the Redeemer, to bej
held Tuesday at 6:30 p. m. In the Par-1
Ish Hall, was appointed yesterday by I
Mrs. Lee Moorhouse, president of the '
Parish Aid. Mrs. J. C. Snow and Mrs. I
Charles Greulich will be in charge of
the buying and cooking, with Mrs.
Hoss and Mrs. Williamson us assist
ants. Mrs. W. B. Hnwk mi. Mr
George Fell will form the salad com
mittee and Mrs. Norborne Berkeley
will bo In charge of the dessert. Mrs.
vv. I). Humphrey and Mrs. Clara
stocker from the committee nuttins
the hall in order after the dinner. Mrs. '
.Minnie Stillman will make arrange
ments for the silver and Mrs. James I
Welch, Mrs. Charles Bond and Mrs.
Willard Bond will form the table com
mittee. A group of young girls will
serve the guests, whose number will
ue made up or communicants and
friends of the church.
W. C. T. U. TO MEET.
A program planned to fittingly ob
serve the anniversary of the adoption
of national constitutional
will He given by tho W. C. fT U. at a
meeting In the club room of the coun
ty library on Tuesday at 2:30 p. m.
The local institute which was to have
been held has been postponed for a
week In order to give the anniversary
program. National prohibition was
adopted one year ago January 16 but
tne day falls on Sunday so the pro
gram will be given Tuesday.
RETl'RN TO FARM
Mr. and Mrs. Polydore Moens and
daughters, Miss .Oabrielle Moens and
Miss Blanche Moens, yesterday return
ed to the Moens farm home near Pen
dleton after spending the winter in
Pendleton at the James Sturgts res
idence on Monroe street. Mr- and Mrs.
Sturgls expect to occupy the house
within a short time.
MISS OILFILLKX HONORED.
Miss l.ila Gilflllen, teacher In the
Washington school who leaves soon
for San Francisco, California, to
teach In the city schools, was honor
ed In a charming way on Friday even
ing. Teachers from the school met
for an Informal evening, the affair
being at the home of Mis3 Laura Hen
drlcks. DEPART FOR CALIFORNIA.
Mrs. Peter De Young and daughter,
Thelma, left this morning for Lone
Beach, Cal., where they plan to pass
the remainder of the winter. During
their absence their home on Bush
street will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Dunham.
MRS. TAYLOR DEPARTS.
Mrs. T. D. Taylor left today for
Portland, where she will spend a
month before departing for Oakland,
California, for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. Walter Sauze. She will .upend
some time in Los Angeles, also.
CLUB MEETING POSTPONED
A meeting of the Entrc Nous bridge
club has been postponed because of
the illness of Mrs. A. C. Ebert. Mrs.
D. D. Hobart and Mrs. Fred Bennion
will be hostesses for the club next Sat
urday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Hobart. ' '
Gl'ESTS OF MRS. WAI.BRIIX5E.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ashbaueh, and
twin daughters, formerly of Heppner,
are guests at the home of Mrs. W. E.
Walbridge. Mr. and Mrs. Ashbaugh
plan to make their home in Pendle
Chase and Sanborn Japan
Bulk Gun Powder.
Chase & Sanborn Orange Pekoe.
Ridgeways Silver Label
Ridgeways Orange Label
Ridgeways Her Majesty's Blend
l' Lip ton, Yellow Label
Bulk English Breakfast
Gray Bros. , Grocery Co.
THREE f HONES ' '. QUALITY
OF U. S. OPE!
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jai 8. (A. P.)
Activities of United States rubber In
terests in the Amazon region of Bra
zil have been bitterly denounced in
speeches before the chamber of depu
ties by three of Its members during
consideration of the critical situation
through which tho Amazon district Is
passing because of the low value of
The speakers. Deputies Salles, Valla
dares and Lacerda charged what they
termed as the "rubber trust" of the
United States with driving tho price
of rubber down, forcing the 0 native
planters from the field and then pur
chasing tho plantations at very low
prices. The government was called
upon for prompt financial assistance
to prevent furthei control of the pro
duct by the United States interests.
Deputy Salles, representing Ama
zonos. read telegrams from his state
affirming that unless prompt govern
mental assistance was given there
would be a general closing down of
business in the principal cities of the
Amazon district. After stating that
the difficulties in the Brazilian rubber
industry began in 1914 when the out
break of the European war left North
American buyers alone In the field,
Deputy Salles added: "Our nationality
is threatened by purchase iri small
pieces. The rubber planter, losing In
terest, Is abandoning the plantations,
which the Americans are acquiring at
infinitesimal prices, becoming lords of
The same charges have been made
in telegrams from commercial? bodies
of the Amazon region, many of the lo
cal newspapers are editorially con
demning what they state to be the
Presbyterian Church '
Corner College and Alta streets. Rev.
O. L. Clark, pastor. Residence next
door to church, phone 621.
Promptly at 10 o'clock the day be
gins with a Sabbath School session
under the direction of A. C. Funk.
At 11 o'clock the pastor will discuss
the scheme, purpose and usefulness uf
tho Church. Some folks give the
church a very small place In their
thoughts and lives. It has a merltsd
The young folks will meet at 6.45 In
tho evening In the parlors of the
church to study the very timely topic,
"Bible Passages Which Are Helpful,"
Miss Barbara Edmunds will act as
Following the C. E. hoiw, the pas
tor will speak at 7:30 on the question
of "Some New Year Ideals." The Pres
byterian church is one of several
churches extending to you a cordial
welcome to our services.
First if. K. rliureh
East Webb - and Johnson
John H. Secor, minister.
Morning services Sunday school 11
a. m. Morning sermon 11a. m. The
Sacrament of the Holy Communion at
the morning sermon hour.
Evening services Epworth League,
6:30 p. m., topic, "The Most Helpful
Passages in the Bible." Leader,
Daphr.e Molstrnm. Evening sermon,
i:i p. m., Bubject "Silas Marnor.'
This Is the first of a series of even
ing sermons drawn from masterpieces
of literature in which .are vividly-
shown tho working of God'a morn)
monopolistic activities of the rubber iaw. Everybody Invited to enjoy them
trust of the United Stales.
MR. AND MRS. BOYLEN HERE
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Boylen, Jr.
are In tho city. Mr. Boylen is engag
ed in the sheep business on Birch
creek and is associated with his fath
er, Thomas Boylen -Sr.
SKOOKUM PANCAKE FLOUR made by UMAT1L
' LA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
HARVEST BREAD made by PENDLETON BAK
LIBERTY HAMS MADE BY PENDLETON MEAT
GOLDEN WEST BUTTER made by GOLDEN WEST
OREGON BAKERY COOKIES AND CHOCOLATES
PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS AND
LEAVE FOR OAKLAND
Mrs. Miles Arnold and son, Walter
Arnold, left today for Oakland, Cali
fornia, where they will remain during
the remainder of the winter.
MRS. KERN RETURNS
Mrs. Lowell Kern returned this
morning after spending two weeks hi
Portland visiting her mother, Mrs.
Jasper X. Stovens.
HOME FROM PORTLAND
Jriss Beta Vey, who has been In
Portland for the past week on a visit,
returned home on this morning's train.
CLUB TO MEET.
Members of the Merry Go Round
Club will meet Thursday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Garland Gray.
MISS FORD VISITS. :
Miss Helen Ford, of Walla Walla, Is I
a visitor in the city.
Mrs. Stanflcld In Collision.
PORTLAND, Oregon, January g.
Mrs. stanfield. wife of Senator-elect
Robert N. Stanfield, was the driver of
a machine which participated In a
slight accident Tuesday ufternoon at
Fourteenth and Alder streets. Mrs.
Stanfield was driving behind another
automobile which stopped abruptly to
avoid striking a pedestrian, causing
her machine to bump into the rear pf
the forward car. Both machines were
slightly damaged, but no one Was In
jured. - .
Our mid-week Wednesday evening
service at 7:30 o'clock. Come and
have a good time with us.
SALT BISINKSS DEVELOPS. .
EDMONTON, Alta, Jan. 8. (A. P.)
Salt mining in the saline deposits ot
Senlac, Sask., has stalled and a de
velopment company is now hauling a
low grade rock salt a distance of 10
miles to the nearest railway point by
totor truck. The company expects
shortly to be evaporating salt at the
rate of about 10 tons a day. A con
tract has been made by the company
to supply tho United Grain Growers of
Alberta next venr with lt entire re-
jquirements of salt for cattle purposes.
SCHOOLS ASK $:t. II 1.900
BOISE, Idaho, Jan. 8. (A. P.)t
The new Idaho legislature M to be
asked to appropriate, 4 14,900 to ope
late the educational institutions of the
state for the next two years, according
to announcement made here recently.
This amount Is $940,300 Increase ever
the total appropriated by the legisla
ture two years ago. The major por
tion of the school budget will be for
the maintenance of the larger start
institutions, especially the University
of Idaho at Moscow. . ,
Court and Matlock streets, J. T. La
Rose, pastor. '
Services on Sunday Jan. 9 are as fol
lows. Sluhday School at 10 a. m. It
von are not a regular uttendent at
Sunday School you will find a hearty
welcome here. Our teachers are work
injf for a larger attendence In the
school and are making the study hour
very interesting as well as 'offering
siinje very nice prizes. Parents, If you
cannot come and bring your children,
send them along they will be taken
care' of and will be welcome.
Our regular church services for the
day will be in charge of tho "Hoosier
Boys" who are holding special services
in the church each evening. They
will have some fine selections to play
and sing for the congregation at each
service. It will do you good to hear
them sing some of the "Old Plantation
Melodies" and other new songs which
are sung by them. A good crowd has
greeted them each evening the past
I week and we will be glad to welcome
I you in the larger crowds this coming
week. Every evening at 7:30.
First tlirlHtiaif Church
"The Empty House" will be the
theme of the Sunday morning sermon
at the First Christian Church. At 7:30
P. m the pastor will preach on "The
Gospel of Conservation." Christian
Endeavor will meet as usual at 6:30 p.
m. Biblo School convenes at 0:45 a.
m. A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all strangers In the city to worship in
the church with the friendly spirit.
At Half Price
OUR SUITS, COATS, BLOUSES AND
SWEATERS MUST GO
We are going to make it possible for the ladies
of Pendleton to buy a Suit, Coat, Blouse or Sweater
of exceptional quality at one-half the regular price
It will pay you to see these models.
Friends of the First Christian church
were very much pleased at the reports
from all departments of-theVork as
given at the annual meeting. Sunday.
Jan. 2. A financial budget amounting
to over 1 10,000 was raised by the con
gregation for all purposes in 191!0. The
principal ltem were, regular receipts
$3,400; church extension loan. 12,000,
parsonage, J1.14S; freewill offering for
revival. $1,039.57.; palntlna and re
pairs, $700.00; bible . school, $503 ;
woman's missionary society. $268.
The ladies aid raised and expended
over $1,600 during the year.
One hundred and fifty six united
with the church In 1920".
The public Is cor-
Hoveiith Day Ad vent 1st.
Meet every Saturday In room 13. at
SO'i E. Court street, Just over the rub
hcT supply store. Sabbath schol at 10
a. m. Strangers welcome.
Afternoons or evenings..
Standard course in Gregg
Shorthand by experienced
teacher. Phone 645-R.
. First Church of Christ. Scientist,
holds services at 813 1-i Main street.
(First stairway north of the Inland
Empire Bank.) Sunday services are at
11 a. m. and at 8 p. m. Tho subject
of the lesson-sermon for Sunday, Jan
uary 9, Is "Sacrament." Sunday
school starts at 10 a. m.
A Wednesday evening meotlng
which includes testimonials of healing,
is held at 8 o'clock. ; The reading
room which Is maintained at tho same
address is open to tho public dally
from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. where the
Hiblc and authorized Christian Science
literature may bo read, borrowed or
The public Is cordially Invited to at- i
tend the church services and to visit j
tho reading room. , i
The Lutheran church will hold ser
vices In the First Christian church at
2 p. m. The sermon will be In Gcr.
Church of the lUtlcx'tm'r.
Ilcv. Alfred Lockwood, pastor. j
8 a. m., Holy Communion; 9:45 Sun-1
day school; 11, morning prayer audi
sermon; 4, vespers, ami sermon. Hub-!
Ject of morning sermon, "Christianity
and the World." For tho vesper ser-'
vice the talk will be on "The Prayer
Room 6, Association Bldg.
. We are pleased to an
nounce that we now have
a specialist employed to
do hair dyeing. Her ser
vices now at your disposal.
THE FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL
The first f a series of Sunday evening Komion-Lccturcs, by (he
liastor, drawn from maxcr-pli-cr of literature. Tho story will be
told anil the workings uf moral law vividly shown.
TO HELP .FEED EUROPE'S STARVING
Ys -O n y I ' if 1
Every guest at this dinner hell In New York by the European Relief Council for the benefit of
tarring women and children of Europe, paid $100 for his plate ' Shown here are Herbert
Hoover, head ot the council, tad Gereral Pershing. Between them It "the sileo' fuet" - b'gb-COalr
and Cksdle yiaboUzinf the hungry KuaAa children.
OUR ENTIRE $30,000 STOCK REDUCED AT
ONE-HALF OF THE FORMER PRICE
Living Room, Dining Room, Tea Room and Kitchen
Furniture, Chairs, Rockers, Library Tables, in fact nearly
our entire stock will be reduced at 1-2 former price.
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NOTKU One-third off on PoulnMilar. Jioiu-I ' and CoPiier-Clnd
Ilangem, Steel fleds, 8tol Springs, PhonoKrapli.tlio Patlio, StnuH
vara, Mandel, Aonllan Vocallon, Iiilirola, Table Ilionogiflphfij'wunlov
Shades, Kitchen Cubinets and ConKolcum Hugs,
THIS SALE IS FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY AND FOR
Crawford Furniture Co.
Corner Court and Main Sts. Phone 498 Pendleton Ore
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