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DAILY EAST CREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 26, 1621. ?
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Social and Club News
TrIA WIU, I1B OIVKX.
Cnrde have been ismiiiI by Mm. S.
H. Korhnw, Min Alice Forshnw, Miss
Jmwia Forehaw and Miss Florence
Forshaw for a tea to be given next
Thursday aftiM-noon at ,the Forxhaw
holm, 1010 West Court street.
HOKTIXSK8 KOIt Ll'NCHROX.
Mri. Prunk Haves and Mrs Charles
Ilnnd are hoNtcKsri toiluy for a bridge
luncheon at' the home of Mrs. Hayes,
119 Kouth Main street, tables are
In ))ny. Mm Hnyes and Mrs. Bond
will be hostesses aittn tomorrow for
a. similar affair at the Hayes home.
1IOKTKKFES Pril KILL, KAIIK.
Members of the Kill Kare Klub will
enjoy an evening of dancing tomor
row nicht at Eagle-Woodman hall,
the affair being one In the winter's se
ries of dances given by the club. Hoa
twwea will he Mrs. V. J. Clarke, Mrs.
Fred rVnrilon Carl .tamey. Mrs.
It. K Morse, ilia. I.. C. Schnrnf, Mis.
Fre Ltcnnllcn, Mrs. J. C. Snow," Mrs.
Frank Klncald Mrs. Itoyal M. Saw-U-lle
and Mrs. James Hill.
WM L UTTrUN HOME.
Mrs. Charles Dunn of Sand I'oint.
Idaho, exiects to return to her home
tomorrow after fortnight's visit In
IVndleton. She came here to be with
her grandmother, Mrs. Amy Lee, dur
ing a recent Illness, and also to visit
wlih hor mother, Mra. X. E. Bowman.
Mrs. Lee has been confined to her
home on Alta street for the past sev
eral weeks but friends will be glad to
learn that she Is now convalescing.
MR." PKIX1XO HONORED.
The twenty-third birthday of Matt
I pleasing manner last night when a
group or his old friends called at his
home on Logan street as a surprise.
After an evening spent Informally.
HOTP'S CFSTAIRS SHOP
Just a Few Fall Suits Left
Now V2 Price
ONE RACK OF DRESSES (both wool and
silk) NOW 1-2 PRICE.
WONDERFUL VALUES IN GEORGETTE
WAISTS AT $6.95.
FANCY SILK JERSEY PETTICOATS
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO,
7 i I I 1
It Can't Leak,
Because It's Made
in One Piece
AKANTLEEK is built like a
bottle all in one piece.
Most hot-water bottles are
made in sections, then cemented
together. When cement dries
and cracks, the bottle leaks.
Every Kantleek Hot-Water
Bag is moulded of pure soft
rubber one continuous piece.
No parts, patches, cement. Even
stopper socket is moulded in.
And guaranteed for a full two
years' service or a new Kant
leek free. ,
Don't wait until your old bag
leaks. Get a Kantleek. Your old
one may break open tonight.
XHE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
. . Skookurn Pancake Flour
UMATILLA COUNTY WHEAT
UMATILLA COUNTY WORKMEN'
UMATILLA COUNTY CAPITAL
In the Mill of
UMATILLA FLOUR & MR CO.
Phone 1014, 351
dainty refreshments were served by
his daughter. Miss Krtna Drilling, who
was responsible for the enjoyable af
fair. Hesldes .Mr. and Mra Deinlng.
those present were Mr. and Mrs. I.
Halmgren, Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1'ell
Mr. ami Mrs. O. Hendrieksen. Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Knbusk. Mrs. Margaret
Molstrom, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Knbusk.
Mr. and Mrs. K. M, flantlng, Miss
Ksther Kmbysk, Miss Jennie Johnson
Ml;- Esther Markstmm and Lohmun
CU B WILL, MEET
The Lavender Club will meet to-
morrow afternoon with Mrs. L. .s.
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND
Mrs. William Isaac and baby, ac
companied by Mrs. Isaac's sister; Mrs.
Earl Coutts, left yesterday for Tort
land (or a two weeks visit.
WOMEN'S CLUB TO MEET
"The Oregon Ciovernment" will be
the chief topic for a meeting of the
Pendleton Women's Club tomorrow
afternoon at the county library. Re.
Alfred Lockwood, pastor of the Church
of the Redeemer, will address the
meeting and will touch on the direct
primary and other features of the
state's government. Music and a
social hour will complete the program
for the afternoon.
MISS HAYDEX IS HOSTESS
Miss Constance Hayden was hostess
for a charmingly Informal party on
Monday evening when she entertainet
five girl friends at her apartment at
(he Kenmore. Music and cards formed
the entertainment for the evening, win
Miss 'Eda Elomquist as winner
the high score trophy, a hook o
recipes. A dainty supper was served
during the later hours, covers being
aid for Miss Ida Eldridge, Miss Viola
ferrlll, Miss Tilla ltloomuuisl. Mist
Nell Eldridge and Miss Eda Bloom
February 9 th
We are well supplied with fine quality fish for the
Lenten season. Let us supply you.
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Gorton's Fiskeboller, 2 portion ........25c
Gorton's Fiskeboller, 4 portion 65c
. Normanna Sardines, Norway's best 35c
Normanna Herring:, Norway's best ; 35c
Normanna Mackerel, Norway's best 55c
Curtis Kippered Sardines Filets 45c
Sea Trout, tin :.i 20c
Fish Flakes, 2 tins t 45c
Finnan Haddie, Gorton's 50c
Ready to Fry Fish Balls, tin 35c
. Salt Salmon, Salt Herring-, Irish Mackerel, Cod
Fish, Bloaters, Boneless Herring and complete line of
all high grade Sea Foods in tins, barrels and bulk.
Gray Bros. Grocery -Co.
THREE PHONES QUALITY
ILLICIT STILL, FINED
George F. "Whiskey" Smith today
was fined $50 and sentenced to three
months In the county jail upon hi:
ilea U ins guilty to a charge of operat
ng an Illicit still at 508 Calvin street
it was Smith s third conviction on
mch a charge and Judge I. M. Schan
nep, before whom he was taken, ue
jlded upon the jail sentence as
means of breaking up the practice.
C. Trimmer, arrested with Smith
ftas to be taken to trial this afternooi
it 3 o'clock. The two were arrested
In a raid made last evening by Sherif)
Zoe Houser and his deputies.
Trimmer was alone in the house at
the arrival of the officers but they
awaited Smith's return and arrestee
both men. Smith attempted to smas
i bottle of moonshine liquor he had
wjth him when the officers, arresu?
i him. In the basement of the house
was a complete outfit for the maklni
shift op cm-rat
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contend the bulk of the work now con-
rcntlng his department is so great the
'resent organization cannot handle it
with efficiency and dispatch, and that
is a result projects are being delayed
nor three years.
SALEIJ, Jan. 26. (U. P.) Numer
ous glowing tnnutes were paia o;
members of the house to Oregor
lewspapermen, as real promoters of
he state's progress and prosperity in
onnection with the passage, by 4T
.otes, of Fishers bill, providing
methods of determining circulation of
lewspapers, publishing county court
iroceodings and legal notices. It pro
vides a legal rate for the majority of
fficial notices to be $1.30 cents per
.pe folio for first insertion and 65
or each subsequent insertion.
John F. Logan In particular, and
awyer members of the state parole
loard in general, provided material
or a worthy battle in the senate which
esulted In adoption of a mafority re-
ort favorable to Hume's Mil bar
ing lawyers from membership on the
ftate parole board.
Lafollette, expressing his approval
f the bill, declared the realness will
and further, will legislate lawyers
ut of the legislature, which has caus-
d Banks to refer to La j-oiiette as a
XEW YORK, Jan, 26. (A. P.)
Stock trading today retained all of Its
Irregular and hesitant character. Oils
were the only Important shares to re
flect changes in the industrial situation
reacting from early advances on fur
ther reductions In the price of crude
products, and diminished demand.
Equipments and ateels, especially In
lependent issues of the later group,
rcse and fell within a range of 1 to 3
points, except U. S. Steel, which fol-
tnwoil n narrower r-nuru rtononil nt-
phalt was attain the most conspicuous
tpeciulty, gaining 3 5-8 and lifting
.eaders to a steady to firm close. Sales
The financial statement Of the I". S.
Steel Corporation for the fourth quur-
cr of 1920, issued after the close of
TI1R HOI SEWIFK OF 1921
X"W that Woman's Suffrage is
teality the American woman must
henceforth be considered not merely
us a ' housekeeper and home-maker.
hut na a voterf a citizen and a force
in this busy work-a-day world. With
added ' responsibilities . her health
.should never be neglected, and when
beset 'with ailments peculiar to her sex
she owes It to herself to first give that
grand old medicine, Lydla E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, a trial, as
for over forty years It has been the
standby of American women In restor- 1
Ing them to health and strength. I
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Ladies of the Community' served
lunch at noon to the men who worked
so herolcly to save the buildings and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. liracher left
Sunduy to visit relatives in Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Klery Michaels were
Pilot Hock visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson left
Monday for Heppner. . Mr. Stevcnsen
'received a message Monday morning
he market, reported earnings of ,- SHU,n uuu ms '"'her nau Just died
iTi. S62, against $48,051,540 in the R Heppner.
irevious quarter of that year. I Members of the debating team of the
Call money was loaned at 7 per cent L,0,'nl hlKn iho spent Monday at the
ind the time money market was quiet j WW "n Pendleton gathering ma
vim a prevailing bid of '6 4 per centi1""11 for tno debate. "Resolved, that
or the shorter periods. In foreign i""-.ie i ne open snop snouiu
ue uuopicti Dy mo inaiistries or tne
nitcd Slates." The affirmatives are
Victor Bracher and ' Vclma Royer;
(George Jordan, sub. Negatives, Wll-
emittances sterling bills strengthened,
nt French and Belgian rutes caneell
!d much of yesterday's sensational
bond market was moderately
the new Belgian issue being
bert Horn and Albert Pollock; Kleanor
I Ilascall. sub. Miss Marie Undura ac-
raded in on the exchange at a slight j cmianiel them to Pendleton.
remlum over its issue price of par.
Liberty issues were mostly better and
-he general trend elsewhere was to
wards firmness. Sales, par value, $12,-,
Old V. 8. 2s declined Vi and the 4s
idvanced point on call.
GEILMAXY HACK IX FAVOR
Tod :iilelnnd -was transacting bus
iness in Pilot Rock, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Roy and Miss
Velma Smith are staying at the Bra
cher home while Mr. and Mrs. .Bracher
are away. .
E. ii. Casteel was In Pendleton Mon
day on business.
Members of the Pilot Rock band
met for practice Sunday afternoon.
Guaranteed Not to Rip.
FIGURED, BROCADE, SATIN ELASTIC,
Flesh and White
PRICE 65c to $3.00.
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL SILK
the Weston team. Local people who
saw the game -were Oeorge and Hen
Johnston, Chrta Roth, Harry Kissinger,
Clarence Royer, Maurice Roy, Mr. and
Mrs. Grant Horn, Mrs. Pomeroy, Miss
Marie Badura and Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Mr. George Hunter of Pendleton la
In Pilot Rock visiting at the home of
Mrs. e. A. Cooper nnd ' Mrs.' James
Miss Birdie Boylen Is back In high
chord again after an absence of sev
en i months on ic-iiunt of Illness.
Mlsi, Emily Stubblef:e)d entered hj,;h
school Monday. he enroll-iiti.t l
;i. w srmewhere nr the to m irk. ,
i,ev. . B. P. Harper held eerv'ic ot
"Ire Grove school house gunduv
turning, at Byrt S'hnnl house i inlty
uitvrnoon and at Vllot nock ?!iurch
Monday evening ile was a parsam J ;
n he etnge ' McKay Monday cfterl
n.'nri and he : r.-rvicei there Morrtav
n Inward Kffottn of humore are
worse than the outward. They en
danger the whole eystem. Hood's 8ar
taparllla eradicates all humors, cures
all their Inward and outward effects."
It Is the great alterative and tunic,
whoso merit has been everywhere es
TOKYO, Jan. 26. (I. P.) That j They are planning to give a minstrel
Germany Is rapidly getting hack into
her old position as a favorite In Japan
Ij Illustrated by the fact that the lead-
ng book firms are now spiling moro
ooks In that language than In English
nd French, whb'h took the lend dur
ing the war. One firm alone has re-
reived about 800 cases of German
:ooks during the - last . six months.
iedical works being In the lead.
PILOT ROCK MISFORTUNE
sometime In the near future to raise
film's for the band. ,:
Mrs. Herbert Boylen 'Sr. and chll
t'ren Alice and LemucLspent the week
end at the ranch home of Mr. and Mrs.
The local boys lost in the basket-
I all game against the Heppner hign
sthool team played In Heppner Satur
day and are strong in their praise for
the hospitality extended them while
In Heppner. They were entertained
at the St. Patrick's hotel and following
the game a reception was given
The Ladles Aid will meet Thursday
Hftrnnnn of this week at the home o
Mrs. ft. A. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wright and daugh.
ter Manilla "were Pilot Rock visitors
H. H. McReynolds spent the week
end at Boardman a guest at the home
oi his daughter and son In law Mr. and
(East Oregonian Special.)
PILOT ROCK, Jan. 26. B. F. Gill
md T. H. Wiland ranchers, were two
ot the heaviest looser In the fire that .Mrs. Nate Macomber.
ietsoryed the warehouse of the Pilot
Hock Elevator Co. here early Sunday
In addition to the loss of the bulld-
r.g and grain, all important papers
and records of the company
P. G. Kester, manager of the com
pany also sustained a heavy loss. Mr.
Kester had Just had new machinery
installed in otic end of the warehouse,
for a chop mill which he expected to
have In operation within a few days.
There was no insurance on this.
William Glass left the last of the
week for a short visit to Portland.
Ralph Wcgncr was In town Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Lem Casteel sDent Sat-
werc urday night and Hondas' at the home
cf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Casteel.
Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Roy spent
Saturday night in Pendleton.
The Pilot Rock girls won the basket
l'n'1 game played at Weston Friday
evening against the Weston girls. The
score was 14 to 20. The local boyn
lost the score being 22 to HO In favor of
1 UVUI W UVUIU
in One Day
Be sure you get
The genuine bean this signature
Right in the Neck!
' jWyMBPBB V"'"'-"'"rv
WATCH OUR PRE-INVENTORY
300 Dozen Fancy Solid Pack Tomatoes
will be oh Special Sale at Alexander's this
week. A guarantee goes with every can.
TELEPHONE 525 and 526
3 Cans for i
12 Cans for
Case (2 dozen cans) for
$2.25 PER CWT.
XXXX Brand Evapor
ated Milk for Cooking
3 cans for ...... . 27c
12 Cans for $1.05
Case (48 cans) . . $4.00
That's where the London tots ride wben they go out to 'the too
'for camel trip. Children are allowed to ride U the tvae mimals
at tne Londcn wo.
Grand Clearance Sale
$111.50 DINING ROOM SET
Consisting" of '
QUARTERED OAK BUFFET . " ,
SOLID OAK TABLE and
4 CHAIRS TO MATCH
for only ' '
hk wiiTov itrr;s at i-j fohmf.k piucK voim
CHANC'K TO KKLIOCT 1'ltOM THK - I.AIUJKST AMI I()KT
,' cojipi.j;tk STOtK ix I'j:nilkto ash at pkicks from
S62.50 TO $116.50.
GENUINE SPANISH LEATHER ROCKERS
ONE-HALF PRICE. :
PIANO LAMP SHADES At one-half price.' Our
INLAID MNOMX.M ONE-THIKD OFF .
ABGOLKIM ONK-HALF OFF.
ALL MATTRESSES 1-2 PRICE
LIBRARY TABLES AT ONE-THIRD TO ONE
HALF OFF. ;
PICTURES AT HALF PRICE-ONE-THIRD
OFF ON ALL PHONOGRAPHS
TABLE MATS. 45-hi., 48-ln., Rl-ln., 1-3 WIICE.
Rcmomhcr, our nitlrc kUk on nolo from oiitMlilrrJ to one.
tialf ofr, for a tern iIk.vh only anil for ckI OiiI-, excrpt contract
good, which are nolrl on terms If rlcnlrcrt. .
SEE OVR WINDOWS
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103 E. Court St. Pendleton, Ore.