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DAILY EAST OEECONIAN.. PENDLETON, OREGON, 'THURSDAY HVENINGAKUARY-i 5, 1921J
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sorted. It's quality merchandise for quality folks. Not "take-a-ehance" trash so often offered by so
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NSTALL NEW OFFICERS
incoming officers treated the 6ft mem
bers present with sandwiches and
take and coffee. Jt was voted that pa
trons shall treat the officers January
21 to an oyster stew supper.
A raffle of two huckleberry pies
resulted in the lucky winners being
.Neta Fehrnbacitr and Frank Komin-
(East Oregonian Special.)
UM.U1NE.' Jan.' IS. The regular
meetinff of the Hudson Bay Grangers
took place Friday night and officers
were installed for this year as follows:
Master. Lane Hoon: overseer. Dan J.
Kirk; lecturer, Mrs. R. E. Bean;
steward, Kyle McDaniel
steward. Mel White: chaplain, ilrs.
Holm; treasurer, Cbarles Records:
secretary, Mrs. D. J. Kirk; gate keep
er, Everett Carpenter; lady assistant
steward. Mrs., Mel White: Flora, Po
mona and Ceres: Neta Fehrnbacher,
Mrs. Mel White and Mrs. Claude
During the evening a past treasur
er's Patron of Hi.sbana'ry pin as pre
sented m William Records, who has
"been treasurer for the grange for nine
years and Is now living in Walla Wal
la. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jones, were
also the recipients of a gift celebrat
ing their eighteenth wedding anniver
sary. At the close of the granee. the
. I On Friday morning at 10 o'clock
many friends of the late Mrs. Charlie
Wellman attended the funeral serv
ices of the deceased at the Cookerly
undertaking parlors in Walla Walla.
Rev. Bleakney and Rev. Wilson con
ducted the services, while a' quartette
assistant j composed of high school classmates
sang three beautiful selections, 'jne
floral :itfriniKs were very lovely and
expressed to the bereaved family their
sympathy in their loss. Interment
was made in the city cemetery in
On Satuiday a baby boy was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jordan in
Umapine. Mrs. Jordan was before
her marriage Beatrice Marlatt while
Mr. Jordan is a returned soldier of the
marines in France.
Dorrance Fpender was called to
Walla Walla this week where hi:'
grandfather. D. O. Rader. was strick
en with paralys's on Thursday jiight.
Mr. Rader is 75 years of age and no
hope for his recovery is held out.
Commencing next Sunday night.
Rev. Amos of Portland, assistant su
perintendent of missions; with the
pastor. Rev. Wilson, will begin a se
ries of revival meetings in the i'rea
byteran church. All the community
is asked to attend.
I'mapine lost one of its families
Monday when Mr. and Mrs. Craig
with his wife is in New Mexico, will
be glad to learn Mr Rominger is re
covering from an operation for ap
pendicitis. Mr.t and Mrs. Rominger
were ready to come home to I'mapine.
before Christmas when he was sud
denly taken ill with appendicitis.
Mrs. William Kirk of Walla Walla
is visiting at the D. J. Kirk home this
Tull moved to their new holdings at! cm ma w imams, wno stepped in a
Present t Wash. j noieand tiroke her leg two weeks ago
tin Thursday night Mrs. Stockton during this past week had to have the
and Mins Withee entertained at a par- a "ana Hospital in a Aery sertou
tv for the Tull children who attend i '' amputated and Is lying In the W al
the Vincent school and on Wednesday j condition. Disease of the bone ne-
evenmg a large crowd surprised .Mr. i -".-..... mr ami"1""""-
and Mrs. Tull at their home, giving i
them a farewell dance. The Invading! ccnRn IV 6 to m iy
neighbors brought their own refresh- jDriiKKists refund money If T'AZO OINT-
ments and a Jollv evening was spent. ! MK NT fails to cure Itching, lillm!
Thn Via v situation in the T'manine 1 r;l"'1 inS" or Protruding Piles In
ine hay situation in tne t mapme MBntly r(.iiev, itching Piles. anl you
country' this past week met with some ,can KPt r.,tful sleep after first appli
change when a few buyers came incation. 60c. Adv.
and bought the H. B. Eacon crop of i ..
some 600 tons which will be biled
and shipped Immediately.
Jt E. Jones sold two carloads to
Idaho buyers as also did John Meinor.
r. J. Kirk sold 60 tons to a feeder for
$10 In the stack. The prices received
for the baled hay ranged from $12.50
to $H.59 per ton.
Friends of Bert Rominger, who
DOE 10 DEGENERACY;
lie appeal for Americ.Vi contributions
Intbohair of the starving penple of
Europe by a resolution approved to
day by the house foreign affairs com
mittee. The resolution is a substitute for
one by Keprcsentutlve French, repub
lican. Idaho, proposing that the gov
ernment officially endorse the work of
the European relief couurll.
follow a dinner and speakers will be
Itev. John Hecor. pastor of the Metho
dist church, Itev. Alfred Iw-kwood.
pastor of the Church of the Redeem
er, Fred Mteiwer and Ernest Croekntt.
t'ifferenl phases of the immigration
question will lie taken.
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LAWREXCE, Mass. 13. (U. P.)
The answer of the workers of this
great mill center to the recent an
nouncement of 22 and one half per
cent wage reduction Is "war to a fin
ish'' in a statement today to the of
ficers of the Lawrence branch of the
Amagamated Textile workers ot
America which declare that workers
rccognizsd in the recent wae reduc
tion a notice of re-declaratlon of war.
I The "fight is on" the statement said.
The "Pitched battle of the great strike
nineteen twelve and nineteen nineteen
will be resumed."
Dogs and Felines Are Eelaps
inf Into Savage Ways of Un
tamed Ancestors ; Pets Elope
Breaking Mistress' Hearts.
BUDAPEST, Jan. 13 A. D Kvcn
the cats and docs of Central Europe
have degenerated as a resvlt of the
war says Professor Hal!;anll, Direct
or of the Veterinary School he-c, who
is investigating how- the habits of do
mestic animals have, been infh enceii
by that cans;. Mo.it of the town-bred
cats In this par: of the world refuse
to drink milk because it Is unknown
by them, due to the lack i,f milk dur
ing the war, the professor asrts.
"Both cats and doss are nlaps'ng
to the savage wayi of their untamed
enctstors," he says. "The vagrancy
of dogs is ntartling. Pet dogs elope,
from heart-broken mistresses, Join
ing packs of manry village dogs,
where they live In communist equality
The same authority says t!.at, be
sides hydrophobia, net'vous iMsenses
are very frcouent amoung animals. In
am afraid domestic animals in Eu
rope are degenerating and that the
stock must be replenished from overseas.
I'onun w.l I ytPt-tS"
Immigration will be hc opic dis
cussed at a meeting of the Men's Fo
rum of the Preshyterlnn church, to be
held January 25. Tho meeting will
Beginning classes Mon.,
Wed. and Fri., at 4 p. m., al
so lessons in evening. Phone
MURDERERS IN ARIZONA
TF.MPLK, Ariz., Jan. 13. (P. P.)
Heavily armed poshes are following
. , 'the trail of the three Mexican band
IM who lest nlglit killed tho Tcmpe
PORTLAND, Jan. . 13 (A. P.) j marshal! and a hoy and probably fa
Black hand is demanding $20,001 j tally wounded a merchant. The Mex
from J. Wcstly Ladd, prominent ! leans raided a stoi c just after it
tanker, $15,000 from Ben Sailing, closed for the nlfc-ht. Tho proprietor
clothier, and $10,000 each from Chas. was shot down by tho robbers, who
and HV-nry Jennings Jr. and I, Oevur- fled with contents of the cash drawer,
la' were received In a letter signed Marshal Spangler arrested them as
"Sfcrdnw," the police with Mr. Jidd ! they emerged from the utoie and In a
placed a hui-wt bullet at the soot dc- revolver iliiel which enncfl he and
signed. The plotters managed to get
the bullet and elude the police. It is
boy onlooker were slain.
RAISING IN BRITAIN!
BILL PROVIDES REPEAL
OF MARRIAGE LAW
LONDON', Jan. 13. (A. P.) King
eoriie has just been elected a mem-
I bcr of the Large Black Pig Society,
j the Times announced,
I Members of this society are breed
ers of a famous Berkshire variety ol
large hogs, some of which were pur
chased recently from the royal farms
at Windsor by King Alfonso of Spain,
with a view 'to improving the nativ?
SALEM, Jan. 13 U. P. Senator
Joseph, Wednesday, Introduced a bill
in the senato which yould repeal the
present law compelling a medical ex
amination of men before marrloge In
Oregon, he said a $1000 In marriage
fees was lost to Oregon nnd gained by
Vancouver of ficllals through opera
tion of the measure.
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Take Orove's LAXATIVB BKOMO
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JANUARY CLEARANCE PRICES
Beans, small white, 16 lbs. , $1.00
Tea Garden Preserves, glass 50c
Olives, ripe, large size 65c
Apples, dried, pound 20c
Apricots, dried, pound 40c
Eigs, black, dried, pound 25c
Peaches, dried, pound '. : 30c
Prunes, dried, pound 20c
Kraut and Sausage, can 4oc
Butter, cooking, 3 pounds 73c
Picnic Hams, pound ; 20c
Hams, good, pound . 30c
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