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'DAILY EAST OHEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TOESPAY EVENING, JANUARY 11, 1021.
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Social and Club News-
WHS. RANKIN rEPAKT8 I Horkeley. Election of officers for
Mm. J'lah Rnnkln, who has been; the coming eir will tuke place.
guest lit the Janiri Hill homo, left ' .
last night for her home in Olympiu. I
Mrs, Itankin I Mr. Sills mother. M'AItlSH MN'NKll TOXUiHT
, I The annual Parish dinner anil meet-
Kl.KS T UK llO.'-TS ""B the Church of the Redeemer will
' Pendleton Elk will he hosts tonight ! ,w 1,0,J at the Parish Hall,
for the third In a series of dances, The dinner will be served at 6:30 .
fix-en at the Elks temple. Members I u '" 'e followed by a business
of Ih. tndse nnd ihelr friends will be ! meeting. Women of the l'arish Air.
8ALK TO I!H HELD
cOnod things to eat are to be nerved
by the ladies' Aid of the Methodist
church at a Kale Saturday at Alexand
er'. Lunch is to be served also, be
ginning at 10 a. m.
Mita cHAXDKii UETrnxa
Mrs. I. C. Chander arrived In Pen
dleton yesterday after a month's visit
ere in charge of the arrangements and
the serving will be done by local high
WILL, VISIT ORIENT
Mrs. George Peringor and Miss Vera
Tcniplo will sail from San Francisco
January 24 on an extended trip to the
Orient. Honolulu and the Philippines.
Miss Temple will leave this week-end
for Portland and after a visit there
will go to California, Joining Mrs. Per
nth her ulster. Mrs R. o. Duncan of : higer who will leave here on Monday.
Mace, Idaho. Mr. Chander, who has Mrs. Peringer will be accompanied to
been visiting in Missoula. Montana, I Son Francisco by her daughter, Mrs.
with his brother, also returned yes-j John M. lX'lph and her son. Carl Per-
HOSTESSES ARE NAMED.
Mrs. Frank Holdman. Mrs. Kenneth
Warner, Mrs. E, F. Terney, Mrs. J.
Hanscom. Mrs. J. C. Woodworth and
Mrs. A. W. Rugg will be hostesses for
Inger and the two will return here aft
er spending a short trine In San Fran
cisco. MRS. MILNE HONORED
The birthday of Mrs. William Milne
was the Inspiration for a plensant sur
al meeiinr of the Ladies Aid of the I prise yesterday, when a number of la-
Mcthodist church tomorrow afternoon I dies who are members of the Loyal
atthe home of Mrs. Holdman, 4 16 j Workers Sunday class of the christian
Madison street. church called at the home of Mrs.
... . , . Milne on West Court street. The
D. A. 1L TO MEET. quests brought baskets containing a
Members of the Daughters of the dainty luncheon, in which a birthday
American Revolution will meet thisicaks was the feature. Mrs. Milne was
evening at the home of Miss Mild reef" presented with a gift 'as a remem-
lranee of the occasion. The guests
were Mrs. C. A. Patlon, Mrs. Kills, of!
Uieth, Mrs. James Morton, Mrs. Earl
illiams. Mrs. George Records, Mri.
A. It. Scot!, Mis. W. A. Wallace, Mrs.
1. E. Wallace, Mrs. C. V. Malthews,
Mrs. Albert Sompi, Mrs. 8. A. lilue,
Mrs. Margaret, Hoover, Mis. Manuel
Friedly, Mrs. Joohnson, Mrs. lavage,
Mrs. Wallace Cargill. Mrs. J. Mcpher
son. Mrs, 4. Heots. Mrs. W. I. Uitdwa,
and Mrs. Robert U liussubarger.
MIF:S SHARP VISITS 1
Miss Caroline Sharp, of Allien.), was
a Pendleton visitor yesterday on her
way to Hot Lake, whore she xvill spend
some time at the sanitorium. Miss
Sharp is convalescing after a sorlouii
Illness caused by influcnra-pneumonla.
LADIES A I D To MEET
The Ladies Aid of tho Presbyterian
Church xvill meet tomorrow afternoon
in the reception rooms of the church.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Edwards, Mrs.
Trailor, Mrs. Peck, Mrs. Pecnler, Mrs.
Macey and Mrs. lieiss.
DECKER TO MEET
The nffleers of Uia nw?rco rt ttnnnp
will make plans for the coming year at
a meeting tomorrow afternoon in the
. O, O. F. hall, xvhlch has been chosen
as the ne-iv meeting place. The state
convention In Portland and the district
convention in John Day will be discussed.
HOFF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
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COATS and DRESSES
ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLE
IF SO, TRY.A SACK OF OUR GRANDE RONDE
POTATOES, FREE FROM FROST AND FAR BET
TER THAN MOST LOCAL POTATOES
QUALITY RIGHT PRICED RIGHT
100 POUNDS $2.25
Gray Bros. .Grocery Co.
THREE f HONES QUAUTY
A Final Clearance of Ready-to-Wear
at Less Than
C. E. HAS MEETING
A social meeting was enjoyed last
night when members of the Christian
Endeavor Society of the Presbyterian
church met at reception rooms of the
church. The evening was spent In
games and music Miss Vera Hamp
ton, Miss Muriel Hampton, James
Clarke and Edward Hooper acted as
hosts and served the refreshments.
MR. AND M IIS. NELSON HONORED
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nelson, who with
their son, Burke Nelson, will leave
soon for Spokane where Mr. Nelson
has accepted a position, were honored
in a charming way last night when a
group of friends were asked to the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L Brown for
an evening of cards and music. Car
nations and potted ujants formed an
attractive decoration and guests for
the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
King, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hampton, Mr.
and Mrs. Kyle Long, Mr. and Mra
Eugene Lyman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Goodyear, Mr. and Mrs. William Ken
nedy, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGee, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs.
George Powers, Miss Nadine Long,
Burke Nelson and the honor guests.
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Fred Bennlon left this morning for
Pullman w here he xviil attend a wheat
growers-' meeting at the Washinbton
The American-born merchant
prince of London. Gordon Self
ridge, alwaji insisted -that hi3
daughter Violet marry a man ei
gaged in a useful work. Violet
fell in lovo with Vicornte de
Slbonr, of an old Flinch Catholic
family, who went to work in Se!f
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PENDLETON WOOLEN MILLS BLANKETS AND
Camp Keeping fit all the way
"In 'Keeping fit all the way' Mr.
Camp prcches the gospel of health,
strength, efficiency, and happiness to
the middle-aged men. He points out
the danger -to health and the eco
nomic loss consequent upon a man s
allowing himself to get out of good
physical condition, and he tells him
how he may recover his Impaired
vilallty and begin again to enjoy life,
ves. and to do big things in life. The
exercises given in the book are found
ed upon those used In the Senior Ser
vice Corps. t .
C luumiun (inmii timber tniils
"In these delightful stones of the
northern woods and trapping trails,
whose chief figures are animals, there
breathes the very spirit of the great
out doors. It is almost -as good as
a vacation in a tent beneath the great
pines to read "Green Timber Trails.
Dell Were you over a child
"What Is the matter with our edu
cational system? There have been
many attempts to answer that ques
tion, but none more brilliant than
this book by Associate Editor of the
Liberator which treats it not as a
matter of pedagogy alone, - but in
terms of social revolt."
Fabre The Rlow-worni and other
"The good fairy of the scientific
world, describing his discoveries and
observations of his friends,, the, In
ects, with a keen sense of humor, a
quirk appreciation of the dramatic
and grace and charm of expression
that have never been equaled in the
history of science. His praises come
from all sources. Darwin, long yeart
ago, referred to him us 'a servant
who thinks liko a philosopher and
writes like a poet,' In the preface
of the English edition of his works.
Maeterlinck calls him 'the insects'
Homer and accords hi mine distinc
tion of having inspired his own mas
terpiece "The life of the bee.
I'craiison Outlines of Chinese art
"An authorntive interpretation of
Chinese art. Tho author Is a reco
gnized scholar in the field of Chinese
literature and has been associated
with tho collectors and writers of
present-day China. The joint results
of his studies arc found In this vol-
Hcrford Tills giddy iglobe
"Oliver Herford, 'that very delight
ful wit and artist,' as President Wil
son is wont to prefer to him, has giv
en us In this book the most amusing,
instructive and satisfying account of
the contemporary earth and its Inha
bitants since the parts were stitched
together at the Peace Conference."
"The author has written a volume
which will be of great Interest to
those of the angling fraternity.' No
other volumo on American angling Is
so authoritative and comprehensive."
Hudson Tile book of a naturalist
For Expectant Mothers
Cseo By Three Cenemthns
nn fM teomCT oa mothiiiiiooo mi tm Mtr, phi
utmiB hlio Co dipt. 5 0. Atum. 6a.
(Continued from page 1.)
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The Needless Misery
That Women Bear
and the worries
life have drag
ged you down,
made you un-l
there is nothing
in life but
ache and worry,
turn to the
tion, one gotten
up by Doctor
fifty years ago.
Dr. Pierce, of
Buffalo, N. Y.,
found out what
best for wom
He learned it
all thru treat
of cases. The
result of his
studies was a medicine called Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
This medicine is made of vege
table growths that nature surely
intented for backache, headache,
weakening pains, and for many
disorders common to women in
all ages of iife. Sold by druggists
in ti-.lilet and liquid form. Send
Dr. Pierce 10c. for trial package.
"Not in many years has so delight- j trol owrk.
dealers In bonds under control of the
superintendent of banks.
Taking up in detail departments of
the state government, Governor Olcott
made tho following recommendations:
.That the state board of control be
given authority to revise budget es
timates made by each department and
branch of the government.
That ample provision be made for
caring for wards of the state.
Thiil the Btate should rehabilitate its
training school for boys.
The building and plant arc obsolete,
h said. "It should be a school to
produce honest self-rellnnt citizens
rather than hardened, hard-boiled
That a box factory should be estab
lished for prison labor, and that the
state should cease operation of the
prison flax plant and dispose of it to
Employment of paroled men only at
the prison wood camp at Ausvllle was
That families of men convicted tin
der the non-support law be allowed
payments from earnings of prisoners
in the proposed box factory.
Amendment of tho act providing for
a school for adult blind In Portland
so funds might be made available at
once Instead of waiting until 1922.
Endorsed move for group employ
ment of the blind In connection with
Provision for a state officer to assist
persons discharged from state hospit
als for the Insane, as the prison parole
officer assists discharged convict to
Law making it offense to aid in es
cape of any one confined In boys train
ing school, girls' Industrial school, the
state hospitals or the institution for
the feeble minded.
Enactment of northwesst uniform
traffic laws. i
Provision for placing fines collected
for violation of prohibition law In spe
cial fund for prosecution of law en
forcement work. "I would bo opposed
to any alteration of tne prohibition
laws which would make them less ef
fective,'' said the message. "If they
can be amended so as to bring about
better enforcement results I will wel
come such changes and be glad to give
them my hearty approval.
Endorsed work of state highway
commission and asked the legislature
to coordinate its work in connection
with roads with the work of the state
Conservation and protection of for
ests. Key to reforestation problem
Hen .said the message, in efforts to
prevent fire and to keep fires fr jm de
stroying new growth. Urged to sup
port federal government ill aerial pa-
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.
estate brokers, so department woum
have authority to reruse licenses iu
persons unable to establish good char
seine and set nets In Ilogue river. It
retouches the present fishing area
from about thirty utx miles from tho
mouth of Hugue river to about twelve
'nter authority fur fire marshal's miles. It fixes the commercial fish-
Cul a book as this been given to the
leader. Mr. Hudson Is famous on
two continents for his studies of na
ture and for his beautiful and dream
like tales of tropical lands."
Jiidfc Handbook of modern aero-
"This volume is the first complete
handbook of facts and data concern
ing aeronautics, written for. those who
are Interested In Its practice and the
ory. The iniormation nas oeen pie
sented In such a form that It may be
valuable for ton or twenty years. The
subjects covered Include weights and
weight .estimates; materials of all,
kinds; processes; aerodynamics; aero
plane design; mathematical rules, da
ta and formulae; performances; sta
bility and control; Instruments; mat-
eorology and navigation; air craft en
gine of sll types; propeller flying
boats and seaplanes."
Keynes Tho rx-onomlc consequences
of the peace
"Written with unsparing and con
vincing frankness and a beautiful
clearness, it is arousing a great deal
of comment and controversy because
of its intrinsic value andtalso because
f Its appeal to widely differing po
litical factions." .'
Moore Twenty four little French
The author of this little hoog has
given recipes and arranged the menus
for twenty-four little light .dinners,
for which the French are Justly fam
ous. Each of these Is a welcome.
tempting change from themonotony
of conventional meals.
Van ICcnnsclucr Manual of home
"This book Is written primarily for
women who are managing households
not for those who are teaching or
who are students In the classroom.
The a'm his l-een to bring together
from all reliable scourcea the guiding
i -ilo to follow In making the modern
home a place where the family can
iive a thrifty and joyous life,'' t ;
Requested carcfut consideration of
recommendations of committee of fif
teen appointed to Investigate proposed
cchangea in workmen's compensa
Preferential right extended to hon-
I orably discharged soldiers, sailors and
marines If any continuation of land
settlement plans Is contemplated.
Maintenance of National Guard on
Support and betterment of soldiers'
home near Itoseburg.
Broadening functions of Insurance
department In regard to licensing real
office to make rules for protection ot
life and property. ,
Increase In feea paid ny Danss inr
supervlsison work-. Increase In mini
mum capital. regutrea tor pans.
cities over 60,000. '
Itecommended care that laws do not
carry burdens too heavy for industries
to bear. "Prosperity or poverty of our
wago earners follow closely In the sue
cess or failure of our Industries."
Centering administrative affairs of
board of Inspectors of child labor and
of industrial welfare commission in of
fice of state labor commissioner. Con
solidation of office of stato sealer of
weights and measures with office of
stato dairy and food commissioner.
Itevival of stale lime plant at Cold
Enactment of habitual offenders
Amendment permitting county
courts to transfer funds for combat
Hetuuding of 'j tf paid by nulo
mobile mechanics under law which
was declared unconstitutional.
Placing of bust of Jason Lee In one
of two niches provided for state In ro
tunda of capitol building at Washing
ton, D. C.
Law providing cooperation of slate
industrial accident commission and
state treasurer In placing Investment
of Industrial accident commission
t-roper accommodations for tour
ists. Favored continuance of appro
priations to l'acific Northwest Tourist
Auditing of accounts of state fair
board by state auditor.
Increase In fish and game license
fee from tl.50 to 2.r0.
Protection of natural beauties on
President ItllniT Presides
SALKM. Jan. 11. (A. I'.) When
the second day's session of the legisla
ture convened at 11 o'clock today flov
ernor Olcott delivered his message be
fore the house and senate In Joint ses
slon. President Hltner presided, while
Speaker Hean occupied his rdaee n
(iumv Tillls Introduced
SALEM, Jan. 11. (A. P.) Three
1-IIIs for earrylhg out the agreement
between the sportsmen and the com
mercial fishing Interests and ...till,,
the fish and game controversy- w in.
troditeed In both branches of the leu.
islaturc. It provides a m. m...
slon of five members and a eommerei,.!
fish commission of threo -whom the
governor Is to appoint and abolishes!
Ing season at the mouth of tho river
frooi Mny 15 to October 1, at
Crant Pass It fixes the commercial
isaon June 1 to October 1. It regu
lates the sire of mesh and drift nets.
SALEM. Jan. 11. The house and
senate held brief meetings and met in
Joint session a:id heard Governor OI
cott's message. A Joint committee es
corted the governor, the supreme Jud
ges, and state officer to the house
cham her, the senate marching there
In a body. Following the delivery ul
tho lengthy message, the senato ad
journed until 2, and tho house until
2:30 when routine business was
considered. Hank! Introduced a bill
In the senate providing what hooks are
used is grammer schools shall bo pur
chased by the school district.
in One Day
Be sure its Bromo
The genuine beam this ilgnature
"Cold In the Head"
la an acute attack nf NamI fntarrh
Those subject to frequent "cold'ln the
head" will mid that the use of HALL'S
CATARRH MED1C1NK will build up the
oyoiem. cleanse uie Jfiooa and ronnat
mem less name to colds. Repeated at
tacks at Acuta Catarrh may lead to
HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE Is
lasen Internally and acta through the
Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the Sys
tem, thu reducing the inflammation and I
restoring normal conditions.
All Druggists. Circulars free.
F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Dr. K. J. York, 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 generations and have
been given credit by patients using
Anyone who may be suffering
Can call to see him.
K. 1. YOVM CHIXESE MOICLE
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Buy Your Furniture for Less
OUR ENTIRE $30,000 STOCK REDUCED AT
ONE-HALF OF THE FORMER PRICE
Liiliig Itoom, llliilng Jtoom, lied It. sun and Kitchen l'uniltuiv,
( balls, UiK kers, Library Tables, in fmt nearly our entire sUH-k will
be reduced at one-half former prioe. , '
NOTICK One-lliliil off on Peninsular, Jewel nnd 5op-Kr-Clad
Itiinges, Steel HmIs, Stis-I Springs, Phono
graph the Patl.e, Ntriullvaiu, Mnmlcl. Aeolian Voca
tion, Llbrola, Tnblo Phonographs; also Window Shades.
THIS SALE IS FOR- A KHOKT TIMi: ONLY AMI FOlt CASH ONLY.
ONLY A I'F.W OF Ol II MANY HOC KLKS ON SALE.
921.50 I.aigti (Kdden Oak Rocker, Spring St at $12.25
$36.00 I-argn Golden Onk HockiT, Spring Sent $18.00
$11.00 Largo Golden Oak Kot-kcr, Spring Sent $22.00
$15.00 Large Golden Oak Rocker, Spring Kent . .' $22.!0
$53.00 Largo Golden Oak Rocker, Spring Seat $20.50
$37.50 All Leather Rocker , $18.75
$53.00 All feather Itockcr $27.50
$60.00 All Leather Rocker $;I0.00
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
Corner Court and Main St. Phone 408 Pendleton, Oro.