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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 14,1021.
Social and Club News
KKKKAKCH CI.t'H MECTS ithe chandelier to the table, where
Klcwn members of tho Itesearch duinty cards and baskets of candies
ltib met fur a special meeting yes- marked the place for each guest. A
terday at the home of Mrs. It. Ha birthday cake, resplendent In frost
nxind, and spent the afternoon in inc and lighted candles, was nti s
wwlrig for the needy. Ktftht new gar- Ipeelally charming feature. Tho Rue-st
mcnts were completed and as many j list includes Juantta Tool, Amy Ald
rnora remodlled. The serving of re- rich. Pearl llullock, Hetty ltond, Mary
frrshmenta completed the afternoon, i Ho land. Iaphna Howland, Marion
The reaular meeting of the club wilt IGiiss, Mirerial Hndd, Lois Scharpf,
t next Thursday at the home of ! Francis .lack, rorothy Wyrick, Thel
Mm J. ". Maloney, 'with Mrs. Ma- ima McCormmach, Nadina Griswold,
luney and Mrs. F. M. Harper as host- IKvalyn Struve, Florence Fletcher and
jfemtly Isaac. Mrs. Furnish was as-
slsted in serving by Mrs. Henry
Struve and Mrs. William Hanscom.
UXCHICO.V TO UK GIVEN
With the approach of Ix-nt, which
opens February 9, Ash Wednesday, WOM N"SL CI I'll IF1"T
many social affairs for the pre-Ient- xben ot' tneYendleton Wom
en wason are being planned. Cards ... club an(, ,heir fr(en(U enjoveii
for several luncheons have been is- mcetin of declded llltereSt yesterday
aued, among them a luncheon which n, tn b c,ub r wUh
w ill be given tomorrow at Hotel Pend- M u Akc Mra x Allen Mr& s,y.
leton In honor of Mrs. . U Thomp- van Cohn Mrs H R i,iekers, Mra.
aon. who Is a guest of the home of E AW,icKi XIrS- Lee I)rake ,,
Mm K. W. McComas. Itostesses will Mnf K(lward CIarke na hoste!)st.s. Thc
be Mm charlea Hamilton. Mm Frank nectl for 00mmunitv work ln rend!c.
J-Yarler and Mm J. F. Kobinson. The to WM eml,hlulixed' by u. K. Tucker.
guesta will number thirty-two. oiganixcr for community service, who
. A series of bridge luncheons will ln )nfnPmi ,,k llrfl lhn iu..i
women interest themselves in com-
tie given by Mm William Dunn, Mrs,
N. D. Swearlngen and Mm T. F.
munity effort. Mm James Johns, Sr.
O'Brien. The affairs are scheduled fWe lmportant bills bcfore con
for next Tuesday and Wednesday at
the home of Mm Dunn, 809 West
Court street, and seven tables will be
In play during each afternoon.
mrtTHDAY IS CE1.EHUATED.
Seventeen little maids were guests
today at the home of Mm Anna Fur
nish, to make merry the ninth birth
day of her daughter, Kathryn Fur
nish. Streamers of pink floated from
greas which affect the welfare of wo
men and children. Mm Johns ex
plained the measures for which the
National Federation of Women's
Clubs asks the endorsement of clubs
throughout the country.
Two pleasing vocal solos were given
by Mm H. K. Inlow, who in her
charming voice sang ""Morning." "by
Olie Spejiks; and "On the Shore," by
Neidlinger. The piano accompani-
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
COATS and DRESSES
A Final Clearance of Ready-to-Wear
at Less Than
OVEK TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
Radical Reductions on
Including Ladies' Purses, Men's Purs
es and Bill Folds.
Every article to go at
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
ment was by Mm A. J. Owen, who I
played also for the community aing-1
tug led by Mr. Tucker. Refreshments j
were served from a table attractively j
centered by rose-shaded carnaltons, j
where Mm Inlow and Mrs. Wayne
Eddy presided. j
Mm STEVEN'S VISITS. !
Mrs. Jaspar X, Stevens of rortland,
Is in Pendleton as the guest of her!
daughter, Mm Lowell Kern.
MRS. ESTES RETURN'S.
Mm Emmett Estes, who for the
past month has been visiting here with
her mother, Mrs. Wesley X. Matlock,
has returned to her home in Walla
DAVID WILSON MARRIED.
Of interest to Pendleton friends of
David W. Wilson, formerly teller with
the First National Bank here and now
special agent for the Equitable Life
Insurance Co., in Morrow county, Is
the following from the Iteppner Her
ald. Friends of David W, Wilson and
Miss Lucile Elder wero treated to a
surprise Sunday when It became
known that they were quietly married
Saturday evening. The Interesting
ceremony was performed by Rev. Liv
ingstone, pastor of the First Christian
church, at tho home of Mr. and Mm
Alva Jones, close friends ot Mrl and
Mr. Wilson is connected With the
Farmers and Stockgrowers National
hank, and Mm Wilson also holds a
responsible position In the law offices
of Sam E. Van Vactor. Many friends
will unite in best wishes for both cou
ples. MISS CUNNINGHAM RETURNS.
Miss Cecelia Cunningham, former
ly of this city, is being welcomed In
Pendleton for an indefinite stay. Miss
Cunningham arrived yesterday from
Auburn, Washington. i
MR. AND MRS. SHERMAN RETURN.
Mr. and Mm John H. Sherman
have returned from Condon, where
they spent the past month. Miss
Frances Brown accompanied them
and will be their guest for a time.
GUESTS OF MRS YOUNG.
Mr. and Mrs. John Strahm, of The
Dalles, are geusts at theJiome of their
daughter. Mrs. F J. Young. They ar
rived yesterday after visiting relatives
m Spokane and will remain here for
a few days before returning to their
MRS. WADE TO ATTEND
Mrs. E. T. Wade, president of the
Pendleton Woman's Club, and a pro
mlnent club woman, left today for
Portland where she will attend
luncheon for club women anrt f.,r
members of the board of the State
Federation of Woman's Clubs.
SALE IS TOMORROW
A cooked food sale is to be given
tomorrow at Alexander's groverv de
partment by the northside division of
me Ladies Aid of the Methodist
-nurcn. in addition to the sale;
shoppers' and business men's luno
m oe given. Those In charge wil
oe .Mrs. R. L. Oliver. Mrs w
Hockman, Mm Walter Planting nn,i
-ra. jv. u. Harner.
You may or may not
f believe in reducing
, your armaments, but
you will believe in our
evident desire to
Brussels Sprouts, pound 30c
Celery, bunch v ....... 15c
Imperial Lettuce, head ' 15c
Cucumbers, each ... .30c
Cauliflower .... ........... . . . . 30c to 40c
Sweet Spuds, pound 10c
Spinach, 2 pounds 25c
White Beans, 17 pounds $1.00
Country Butter, 2 pounds $1.00
Country Sausage, pound 35c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE 1PHONES QUALITY
House Went Down Ladder in
Making Appropriations De
signated for the Enforce
ment of Volstead Act.
WOMAN GETS $45,000
FOR THE LOSS OF HER
LEG IN AN ACCIDENT
NEW YORK, Jan. 14. -(A. T.)
New York county's reord injury
1 award, $45,000 for the loss of one leg,
toilay was granted Miss Dorothy
Rrenner, 20, tho victim of an eleva
tor accident. Another iurv earlier In
the week awarded 142,500 to a boy
who lost both legs under a street car.
WHY NOT HAVE HOT CAKES THESE
Made from our
It is better than any you will have tried
EVERY GROCER CARRIES IT.
UMATILLA FLOUR I GRAIN
220 E. Court Phone 351
WEDDI.VO IS SOLEMNIZED,
An attractive weddinc took nino
ims morning at the Preshyteria
church when Miss Evelyn Hurd be
came the bride of Harold Wlssler, th
ceremony being read by Rev. George
l.. Liarke In the presence of immedi
Miss Hurd, modishly gowned in tra
veling suit of brown with small hat to
match, was 2 corsage of Ophelia roses.
She was attended by Miss Clara Mac
enzie, wnile Loy Whlssler, brother
of the groom, was best man. Mrs.
iTfiorge L. Clark player the wedding
marcn irom lonengrin.
The bride who is a charminir cirl
s me aaugnter or Mr. ami Mr. t
K.. Hurd of Pilot Tfnclt. Kh otton.i
ed the Pendleton high school and lat
,er Dusiness college in Portland. Mr.
v hissler is the son of Mrs. Eva Whis
filer and is an employe of the East
immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Wissler left for a short
visit in Portland. Upon their return
they will make their home at the
CLt'B HAS MEETING,
Mrs. Garland Gray was hostess yes
terday afternoon for a meeting of the
-Vierry-Go-Round club. Mrs. Lvl
Moynton was the winner in a guess
ing contest. In addition to club mem
hers, Miss Uosephine Rhode was a
guest. Dainty refreshments were ser
ved by the hostess. The next meeting
will be held at the homo of Mrs.
V Hlfta HUGO RECOVERED,
miss uraee Kugg, who has been il!
for the last three weeks, has recov
ered and has been released from quarantine..
Jurge and Mth. Thomas Fil. Gerald
this evening will observe the 36th an
niversary of their wedding with a din
ner at their home at which members
: of their immediate family will be pre.
WASH I N( (TON, Jan. 14. The
house went up and down the ladder in
voting today on appropriations for en
forcement of the prohibition law.
First rejecting an amendment to
the -pending appropriation ' measure
under which the bureau of Internal
revenue would be given J 100,000,000
to fight the outlaw liquor traffic, the
house adopted 86 to 48 an amend
ment by Representative Volstead,
father of the law, increasing tho total
from 6.500,000 to $7,100,000
this vote was taken, the house defeat
ed an amendment limiting the amount
There was a tinge of old-timo pro
hibition bitterness in the half -hour de
bate preceding the clearing away of
the question as to how far congress
should go in making the country
Pleading for a larger sum than had
been fixed by the approprations com
mittee in framing the legislative, exec
utive and judicial bill, Mr. Volstead
warned that the country would be
heard from if it was the policy of con
gress to cut clown appropriations and
make the job of enforcement a joke.
Representative Gallivan. democrat,
Massachusetts, proposed to make the
appropriation $10,000,000. Taking up
the statement of Mr. Volstead that
much of the money would come back
in fines, he said:
v "Why this mite? Let's go the lim
it. Let's help the new administration
by bringing back a hundred million."
IS MILDEST IN YEARS
On Coats and Dresses.
One lot of misses' and
ladies' coats in all the popu
lar fabrics, and plush. These"
coats are all good style and
up-to-date' fall coats.
Our special price
DRESSES , :
One lot of dresses in taffeta, satin, wool tricol
and serge, sizes 16, 17, 18, 36, 38, 40, 46. These
are real bargains.
Special Price $15.00
ALL OTHER COATS, SUITS AND BLOUSES
AT 1-2 REGULAR PRICE.
(East Oregonian Special.)
VKIAH, Jan. 14. So far. the win
ter has been thc mildest that Canias
Prairie has experienced for a good
many years. There is only two or
three inches of snow around town,
but on the hills It is deeper. The
weather is getting colder, the ther-
Before i "neter dropping to four degrees he-
ow zero nionoay morning, anu tne
days nre bright and sunshiny.
J. H. Wagner, hardware dealer and
Virgil Peterson, garage man, left for
Pilot Rock Monday on business, ex
pecting to make the round trip In
their auto truck.
Dave Ijivender, deputy sheriff, was
In town Tuesday night on official
Walter Allison, forester, visited a
few days last week at Oriental llasin
with his father, and while there he
killed a two year old bear.
Mr. am? Mrs. Lowell Ganger passed
through town Wednesday on their
way to the Ijizinka Nye ranch where
they will remain during the rest of
the winter. '
Lillian Hynd Is spending thc week
at thc Hynd ranch with her father
Mr. and Mrs. James Mossic left last
Monday for Walla Walla, where Mrs.
Mossle goes for treatment.
J5d Thrasher of Nye came In Fri
day on business.
On the first day of the new year
a freak or curiosity arrived at the
George Ness ranch, In thc shape of a
snow white heifer calf, minus any
sign of a tail. Mr. Ness aays he is
going to raise cattle that will not
switch him in the face with their tails
William Allison of Oriental is vis-
itlng In ton with his son and fam
ily. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allison.
Waller Helmick and Ruck Welch
mado a business trip to Pilot Rock
Friday, returning Sunday.
Mr. and Mra. Thaen . Mettle who
have been visiting on Putter Creek
for the last two weeks, returned home
licit Idgcrwooil was a I'klah vis
itor Saturday on business.
Lee Hurr has returned to L'kiah lif
ter several weeks absence.
Milford Martin who with his fam
ily moved to Garfield, Washington,
last summer returned Saturday on a
visit to his parenls, Mr. and Mrs
Frank Martin of I'klah.
F.ddle Ness who ha been at home
since before Christmas, returned to
Pilot Rock Tuesday to resume his
Wesley Slaughter returned from
Grant County Saturday night accom
panied by his brother Ted Slaughter.
Lou Case of Range vrsited Sunday
night with his family.
(VmvalcNrrnr after pneumonia, ty
phlod fever and the grip, is sometime
merely apparent, not real. To make
It real and rapid, there la not other
tonic so highly to be recommended
as Hood's Sarsuparllla. Thousands so
testify. Take Hood's,
Melt in spoon; inhale vapora;
apply freely up nostrils.
Oixt 17 Million Jan 6W VWy
Beginning classes Mon.,
Wed. and FrL, at 4 p. m., al
so lessons in evening. Phone
y - .-i
JASPER, Ala., Jan. 14. (A. P.)
William Beard, miner, held in con
nection with the killing of James Mor-
, guardsman December 31, was tak
en from jail by a mob and shot to
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan. 14. (IT.
P.) Will Beard, mirter, held In jail
at Jasper, Ala., charged with the mur
der of James Morris, national guards
man, was taken from thc Jail by a
ob of approximately 30 armed and
masked men early this morning and
put to death. Beard was carried to
wooded spot near town and shot.
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CHICAGO, Jan. 14. Mrs. Leonard
Brooke of Thayer, Ind., lowered her
baby In a suitcase from a hospital
window, because, she said, today,
permission to remove the infant had
been refused until she could satisfy
the hospital bill.
GOES TO CUBA
No trouble to
make a cup of
0 General Enoch ' Crowder has
been sent to Cuba by President
Wilson to report on financial, po
litical and economic difficulties
vltb whlca the laland republic ii
EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
CONTRACT LINES EXCEPTED.
For a short time only we are offering to the public prices you were accus
timed to having before the war. Our entire stock has been reduced from 1-3
EXCEPT CONTRACT LINES.
, Rl'GS ( IT 1-2
0x12 llarati Wilton $IM.23
2L8.r0 Imperial Tapaliail, OxIU $111.25
$2i!5.r0 9R! Imperial Ardi bit Wilton, .. $112.75
SI05.00 0x12 lliglow Imperial Hangar now $07.50
$112.00 0x12 Lakcwood Wilton, now $71.00
Ituy your Rugs now, largest showing in I'm.
lib ton anil at less than yon will buy next spring,
gknlim: m;atiu:ii iiocki;r.s 1-2 puici;
$05.00 Larue Rocker, now $:i2.50
$55.00 Rocker, now $27.50
$7.50 Rocker, now $18.75
KHO.Ofl 1 jv-j Chair, now $10.00
$(15.00 Ka.sy ( hair, now $1(2.50
$85.00 1 a-y Chair, now $12.50
t)II rii:CI.S IX DINING ROOM AT 1-2 PRICK
Improved William and Mary American Walnut,
M In. Buffet $132.50, now $86.25
$105.00 China Closet to match $52.50
$158.00 00-ln. Mahogany lluffel, Queen Ann
period, now $79.00
$02.50 Sen log Tabic to match, now .... $31.50
MATTRICSSr.S AT 1-2
All our MattrcHses arc guaranteed to be strictly
new material. ,
All new pure cotton Mattresses, from 40 to 50
lbs., from $7.50 to $32.50
Full slzo Box Spring .Mattresses $12, now $21.00
COME . LOOK BUY
SEE OUR WINDOWS
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.