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DAILY EAST DUEGONIAN, PENDLETON, DSEQON, WEDNESDAY EVENING JANUARY 19,. MSI.
Social and Club News
t'NiON SOCIETY MEETS SITPKR AT CHURCH
' Women of the various missionary A politick supper will be the featura
aoeletteS of Pendleton churches flgur- the regular mid-week meeting of
d in a program presented yesterday m the members of the Methodlat church
th fnlon Missionary meeting for I tomorrow night. Uuests will bring
which the Indies of the Presbyterian
Missionary Society were hostesses In
the reception rooms of the church.
Mrs. John Secor was elected president
of the organisation for the coming
esr. Mrs. W. H. Cox was chosen vice
president and Mrs. F. L. Ingram secre
tary. " Following Is the program presented:
"What the Church of Christ la Do
ing In Armenia".... Mrs. Harrison
"I'nlty of Foreign Missionary work"
Mrs. D. Waffle
"Pre. War and Post-War Condition
In the Missionary Field"
Mrs. C. 8. Terpen ing
"Th Co-operation of the Temper
ance Work with the Missions...
Mrs. A. H. Rudd
"Missionary Work of the Congrega
tional Church in the Near Bast"
Mrs. Stephen A. Lowell
"Review of the Salvation Army
Work In the Near East"
Captain Jennie Conrad
"Work of the Episcopal Church In
the Near East'"... Mrs. John Hailey
"What I'nion Women's Missionary
Societies of Pendleton Should
Do" Rev. Alfred Lockwood
of the Church of the Redeemer
Song Mrs. T. H. Rembolt
A social hour followed and refresh
menu "were served in the dining room
of the church.
baskets of food and coffee will be serv
id at the church. Another event In the
church's social calendar Is a Snjidny
school party which will be given
Yhureday night in the reception rooms
of the church, when .the superinten
dent and teachers of the Junior De
purtment will entertain their pupils.
MISS TERRILL IS HONORED
Miss Viola Terrlll was honored upon
the occasion of her eighteenth birth
day Monday evening when her mother,
Mrs. inei uoyce, entertained with a
dinner at her home on Willow Street.
A birthday cake with twinkling blue
randies centered a table at which
dainty Dolly Varden place cards In
blue and rose marked places for Miss
Terrlll. Mr. and Mrs. Boyee, Mrs. Hed
ley and Miss Constance Haydeu.
WILL MOTOR TO COAST
Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Becker plan to
leave tomorrow In their car for a
month's visit with Mr. Becker's par
ents at Ecola. Oregon.
THURSDAY CLUB TO MEET
Mrs. William Lowell will be hostess
for a meeting of the Thursday After
noon Club at the library club room to
MRS BOYDEX DEPARTS
Mrs. Mary Boyden left yesterday for
Portland, where she will be a guest at
the home of Colonel Harry Hee-emnn.
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Suits at Half Price
Dresses at Half Price
Coats at Half Price
Regular $9.50 Petticoats ............ $6.95
Georgette Waists $6.95
It will pay you to look here before deciding.
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
Have You Illness
At Your House?
We sincerely hope not
But if there should be, the invalid should have
the best possible attention and all the comfort
you can provide. For whatever increases the
patient's comfort, increases chances, for rapid
We wish to call your attention to the many
comforts that we can offer, as well as the usual
Whatever your doctor recommends, we can
When you must have it in a hurry
THE III DRUG
MR. AND MRS. ENGDAHL VISIT
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engdahl of Helix
are visitors In the city today.
CLASS TO HE INITIATED.
A class of six candidates wilt be in
itiated tomorrow night at a meeting
of Pauline Kebekah Lodge.
INITIATION IS HELD.
Initiation was held last night by
the Royal Neighbors for Miss Ida
Wortman. Three visitors. Mrs. Ditto,
M rs. Hoskins and Mrs. Ebrel were
present tor the social hour, at which
time refreshments were , served by
Mrs.' Ida Elder. Mrs. Elizabeth ltrah-
hall'and Mrs Zetellu Ilybee, hostesses
ror the evening.
HOSTESSES FOR LUNCHEON.
For the second In a series of bridge
luncheons, Mrs. William Dunn, Mrs.
T. F. O'Brien and Mrs. N. D, Swear
Ingen are hostesses today at the home
of Mrs. Dunn. Yesterday the three
entertained with a similar affair, with
Mrs. H. H. Hattcry as winner of the
high score trophy during the after
noon's play. Mrs. Wlllard Bond re
ceived second honors.
CLUB TO BE FORMED.
The "T. P. W. Club" Is to be formed
tomorrow night by employes of The
Peoples Warehouse at a business and
social meeting at Eagle Woodman
Hall. It is expected that the member
ship will be at least forty. Miss
Gladys Smith is In charge of Che. so
cial hours for tomorrow night and Is
planning an evening of dancing and
the serving of refreshments .for the
Initial meeting of the club.
MRS. KINGSBURY HOSTESS.
Mrs. L. w. Kingsbury was hostess
for a charmingly Informal party at her
home. 17 Thompson street, last night.
The evening was spent in needlework
and conversation, and later a dainty
supper was served. A centerpiece of
violets was used for the table, which
in its lunch cloth, nut baskets and
place cards carried out the color
scheme of the spring blossoms. Guests
ror the affair were Mrs, William
Pierce, Mrs, Otto Brown. Mrs. Wilbur
t.riswold Miss Sybil Farley, Miss
Margaret Joerger. Miss Elizabeth
Joerger and Miss Alma Dohrman.
INSTALLATION TAKES PLACE. V
installation of officers fnr ik. nei
ghbors of Woodcraft took nlnfA In at
night at the Eagle-Wood man hall.
witn Mrs. Winn Johnson as installing
officer. New officers Installed r
Mrs. Louise Lampkln, past guardian;
Mrs. A. Thomas, s-uardian n.iffhhn.-
Mrs. Odessa Houser, adviser; Mrs. Al
Carden. maaician: Mrs. Mae KVIorllv
clerk; Mrs. Alex MacKenzie, attend
ant; Mr. Al Carden, Mrs. J. A. Cook,
and Mrs. W. A. Ferguson, managers!
Mrs. Ora Hamilton, musician. f
Thomas Robertson. cantain: Mm
Emil Dohnert. Inner
Thomas, outer sentinel; and Mrs. Al
ma Pool, flag bearer.
The lodire decided to n.l a .tola.
gallon to La Grande next month rn
visit the lodire there. A hamur i tn
be given in Pendleton on Tuesday.
February 1. at Kne-le-Wnnitmnn t.n
with apron, miscellaneous and candy
in glass lined containers, no tin can for you to
pay for. We guarantee this coffee to be bet
ter quality than most coffee in tins. Give it a
trial and save money.
1 Pound 45c
5 Pounds $2.25
Mayflower Vermont Maple Syrup, quart. 80c
Cape Cod Cranberries, quart ........... 25c
Marcella Nut Oil pint 65c, quart $1.25
Sapone Sarrara Castile Soap, bar 15c
Borden's Malted Milk. . . small 50, large $1.00
Chicnic, jar ; , 40c
French Artichoke Hearts, jar ... : 35c
Normana Herring, Mackerel and Sardines.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE HHIONES - QUALITY
NEGRO ADMITS KILLING
ANNAPOLIS. Md., Jan. 19. (U. P.)
Henry Brown, negro, confessed to
the killing of Harriet Kavunaugh, a
nurse in the naval hospital here, ac
cording to the police. Detectives Said
they had elicited the confession after
a long grilling of Brown, who was ar
rested at Baltimore a few hours after
the nurse was found murdered Saturday.
ATTORNEY GENERAL IS
28 YEARS AGO .
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. (lP.)
Attorney General Palmer requested
the senate Judiciary committee to In
vestigate charges made against him,
by the department of justice of Illegal
methods. In connection with enforce
ment of war laws. He charged his
accusers were attorneys for the com
munist party, for individual commun
ists and anarchists, and declared their
STRIKES HAVE COMPLAINED.
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 19. (A. P.)
United Mine Workers charged that
state troops are at the coal fields near
Jasper, Alabama, for no other pur
pose than to break their strike.
rEV DAYS FOR SMASHING DOIJj
PORTLAND, Ore., Jan. 19. Ten
days in jail was the penalty for smash
ing bis little daughter's Christmas
doll, meted out to a violator of the
"bone-dry" law here by Judge Rose-
Be Better Looking Take
To have a Tlear, fink skin, bright
eyes, no pimples, a feeling of buoyancy
like cliildhood days, you must keep
your body free from poisonous wastes.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets (a vege
table compound mixed with olive oil)
act on the liver and bowels like calomel
yet have no dangerous after effect
Take one nightly and note results.
They start the bile and overcome
constipation. That's why millions of
boxes are sold annually, 15c and 3Uc
MAMJIMIOTP I IMink!
ivittuninioio uniuii zz.
WOULDAYOIDSTRIKESII HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
BY THE BALE, TON AND CARLOAD LOTS
UMATILLA FLOI & GRAIN CO.
220 E. Court
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. (U. P.)
The International association of ma
chinists, with S50.000 members. is
working to eliminate the economic
waste to the public, employers and
the workers themselves througi
strikes and lockouts. General Secre
tary Davison announced. The anti
strike campaign of the association In
cludes a setting up of shop commit
tees, arbitration boards and the use
of the "Norfolk idea" In handling
economic disputes.' The Norfolk Idea
was carried out at Norfolk, Va., where
the association bought the $40,000
mortgage of one machine shhop which
refused to settle differences with the
men. Davidson said the employers
association was bringing pressure to
bear to coerce the shops into adop
tion of a policy discriminating against
union workers. The mortgage ' was
purchased through the Mount Vernon
savings bank of Washington, which
was controlled by the association
"During 1919, strikes and lockouts
cost members of the machinists asso
ciation $92,134,760," said Davidson
"The loss to employers was approxi
mately zuv,uuu,uuu. There Is no
way even to estimate the loss of th
Botch to Collect Material Boxes
made by members of the manual
training classes have been placed In
the lower hall to collect any material
that students may have for the annual
List Posted The list of students
exempted from the final examinations
was placed today on the bulletin
board. Those whose names appear on
the list and who have no grade below
C In the respective subjects are ex
empt from the exams. There are about
200 names on the list.
(From the Dally East Oregonian,
January 19, 1893.)
William Roesch In hirnulln. . i.
crop on the mill race above Pendleton.
i-jvi jinKeny is nere today.
J. II. McBroom i hpr.
Miss Lillian Proebst pt of u.tnn i.
a guest of Miss Flora Morse.
rred W. steuslnfr ! hoin.
Salem on a short visit and It Is rumor.
ea nas matrimonial designs. Mr.
Steusloff is DrOHDerine 'nt K:, lm wh.r.
he is a member of the firm of Crow &
aieusiorr, meat packers.
Doc ' O'Harra th trwfnl
mite, 1b In the city.
Lincoln Swaggart. of Athens, u h
John E. Adams Is hern frnm WaIIo
A. D. Lcedy and family of Helix
0.,A. Hartman left for Weston this
morning on a business visit.
The city council at Its meeting last
night fiiscussed an ordinance which
would close the saloons and othei
V laces of business at 12, midnight.
The matter will be taken up again
A pleasant gathering was that at a
Party last night at the home of Mrs.
Drake, under the auspices of the
Christian Endeavor. About 30 young
men and women were present.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. (U. P.)
Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of treasury
under President Roosevelt, In discuss
ing fhe present taxation situation, ad
vocated a high protective tariff, repeal
of the excess profits tax, the levying tn
a consumption tax and refusal to re
fund any of the public debt at this
"Pape's Cold Compound" is
. Quickest Relief Known
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowlns
and snuffling! A dose of "Pape's Cold
Compound" taken every two hours un
til three doses are taken usually break
any cold right up.
The very first dose opens clogged
nostrils and the air passages of the
head, stops nose running, relieves the
headache, dullness, feverishness.
"Pape's Cold Compound" costs only
a few cents at drug stores, it acts
without assistance, tastes nlre, contains
no quinine Insist upon Pape's!
WbiEc Started on Debate 'Actual
work today was started o rut he debate
question at the high school. A great
deal of material has been received
from thi state library as well as the
county library, The sides chosen
were Miss Thelma Blanchetto and
David Swanson. negative; .and Miss
Estella Mills and Rex Kramer, affirm
ative. The district question for de
bate is, "Resolved, That the principle
of the open shop should be adopted in
WIFE'S POSSESSION OF
NIFTY CHAPEAU AROUSES
SEATTLE, Wash., Jan. 19. (U.' P.l
George Fait is suing Rose Fait for
a divorce. He claims his wife left
home while bare headed one night and
came home with a nifty chapeau; that
none or the Fait family money was ex-
ijenuea ior me nai. in fact, avers
George, a "gentleman frelnd" bought
the hat for his wife. '
17.000 LUMBERMEN VNHMPIjOYED
PORTLAND. Or.. Jan. 1. nr. v
The shutting down of the lumber
mius in uregon, Washington, Idaho
and Montana, has thrown out of em
ployment more than 17.000 mrmh.ni
of the Loyal Legion of Loggers and
Jumoermen, according to official Le
gion figures which have been com
Bike Fans Pick This Pair
FREDDIE HILL RA V EATON
CHICAGO The team that beats Freddie Hill and" Ray Eitoa
will win the six-day bike grind here. That's the way the bicycle fans
rate this pair. Hill ii cteran of proved tamlna. Eaton U
' sprinter one ol tbe greatest In the buainesa. He proved It nec b '
beat OouUet In lb final sprinu at New York recently-
Blouses. Goats. Suits,
20 off on all Silk
SALEM, Jan. 19. (A. P.) The su
preme court sustained a former opin
ion by Justice Brown In the case of
Iley Winn against Moses Taylor, ap
pellant. The case was appealed from
Umatilla county and was submitted on
a rehearing at Pendleton.
CATTLE RUSTLING IN ,
RENO, Nev., Jan. 19. (A. P.
Cattle "rustlers" are costing the Ne
vada livestock Industry a half million
dollars annually, according to Secre
tary Vernon Metcalf of the Nevada
Livestock association. ,
The annual loss, Metcalf said. Is
placed at 15,000 cattle. Nevada herds
at present number approximately
300,000 head. Small bands of rustlers
are responsible, it was stated.
THINK WTJSOV WILL SKIM
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. (U. P.)
Belief that Wilson will sign the reso
lution fixing fhe sle of the army at
176,000 Is expressed bv suDoorters of
PENNSYLVANIA WILL PUT
UP $20,000 BOAT HOUSE
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 19. (A. P.Ti
The board of trustees of the UnlveN
slty of Pennsylvania has authorise!
an appropriation of $20,000 from the
general athletio fees to be applied to
ward the contruetion of a new boat
house on the Schuylkill river. Ap ad
ditional $20,000, Is was announced to
day, will be raised by subscription. '
Still Doing IluHlnesa.
Mrs. Trotter "Yes, we're Just back
from Colorado. We've been up to the
top of Pike's Peak,"
Mrs. Homebody "Dear me! I've
heard my father speak of going up
Pike's Peak when he was a boy. I
had no Idea they still had It out
there." Boston Post.
Catarrh Is an excessive secretion, sc.
ccmpanted with chronic Inflammation,
from the mucous membrane. Hood's
Sarsnpnrllla acts on the mucous mem
brane through the blood, reduces In
flammation, establishes healthy action "
and radically cures all cases of catarrh.
A FINAL WIN-DI P OF OI R SI CCESSFVL FURNTTimE SALE.
NO VP AND DOWN SALE BUT THE RIGHT prices at all times. Our
stock of Furniture and Bugs Is the most complete In Pendleton, anil
our price and service Ut bo the best, always lias been and always will
be our motto.
ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE
RUGS, HALF PRICE.
LIBRARY TABLES AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE
ONE-THIRD OFF ON ALL PHONOGRAPHS
EXTRA SPECIAL Your choice to get an Elect-
ric Cleaner at half price. $52.50 Regina Electric
Cleaner for $26.25.
PICTURES AT HALF PRICE Choice of any
picture in store at just one-half the former price.
Furnitiure bought at factory contract prices
are not included in this sale.
PIANO LAMP SHADES At One-half price. Our
entire stock of Lamp Shades in all colors; your choice
at one-half price. - , .
INLAID MNOLKVM ON"E-THIHD OFF
' PAIIGOLKl'M ONE-HALF OFF.
GENUINE SPANISH LEATHER ROCKERS
Genuine Spanish Leather Rockers, spring seat, and some with both
spring seat and loose cushions; onlv one-half the former price.
ALL LADIES' WRITING DESKS
. , . . AT ONE-THIRD OFF. .
ALL MATTRESSES 1-2 PRICE '
REMEMBER OUR ENTIRE STOCK ON- SALE FROM ONE-THIRD
TO ONE-HALE OFF, FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY AND FOR CASH
ONLY, EXCEPT CONTRACT GOODS. AS MENTIONED ABOVE,
WHICH 18 SOLD ON TERMS IF DESIRED.
.SEE OI R WINDOWS ' COMF IOOK 111Y SAVE
Out of Town Business Solicited. .Mall Ordii Glvt-n Promnt Attention
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
Corner Court and Main Sts., PEN DLETON, OHE,