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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 4, 1021.
Soctf and Club News
! nt r.r::iN8 wkiixksdat
Many Hoclnl nffiiits have marked
Hi pre-lj-nien season during the past
Veck nd Hie days hno hM'n filled
lth luncheon and bridso piirtic. Ijcnt
opens Kcliriiiiry , Wednesday of next
Week being Ash Wednesday, with Feh
luai'y 13 s the f.rtrt fcunday In l.cni.
Ililimrj' i4 Is St, Matthias liny, ami
Murch i'0 In Pulm Sunday. iood Fri
day fulls on Mnrch while Foster
Sunday Is March the day being n- THl'KSDAY CI..l'H MteKTS.
rsually arlj In the season this year. I The lives and works of Mr. and
' .Mrs. Henry Havelock Kills formed
liSTl-hl-.t VOH lM.WKlt Ithe theme fur an interest Inir m.t1nr
Mrs, Alvin Slusher and .Mrs. Inle
Shmher were hosi esses fur a dinner
tf-ince last evening At the home of Mrs.
Alvin Slusher on I -win street. Thirty
sis guests were present fur tho enjoy
uhle affair. Dainty Rprtng flowers
vere used with charming effect
throuehoiit the roems.
HOl'F'S I I' S T A I It S S,H O P
ADVANCE SHOWING NEW
oi uie inursuay .-uicrnoon v iut yes
terday, when Mrs. K. T. Wade and
Mrs. John Hailey were hostesses lit
the library club room,
A geographical sketch of Cornwall,
Fngland. was Riven by Mrs. H. S.
liurrmiiiha, anil a sketch of the lives
of Mr. and Mrs. Kills was read by
Mrs. I?. O. Whiteman. . Bight' little
boys and girls. Mary I.onise Dickson,
Frances IJeunllen, Wllma Peterson,,
Jack Slangier, Ronald Rue. Sue Win
ter, Glen Snyder and Janet Slmls, J
wore charming; In the presentation of j
a Cornish dance. Mrs. F. K. Hoyden j
reviewed one of the scientific works
of Mr. Kills, and Mrs. A. I Schaefer
and Mrs. Mary Lane read one of Mrs. I
Havelock Kills' plays, "The Pixie." J
Another of her short dramas, "The'
Subjection of Keiiah," was read nyi
Mrs. H. W. Dickson, Mrs. I. D. Hb
bart and Mrs. Harold Warner. Musi
cal numbers consisted of n pleasing I
solo. "Little Fisher Maiden," by Mrs.
H. L. Furroughs with piano aecom- j
paniment by Miss Edna Gates, and a
Piano duet bv Miss Catherine MeVnrvi
and Miss Mildred Rogers.
formal social hour. I'ink and white,
the club colors, were used, the dainty
shades being carried out in the car
nations which centered the table, and
in the candles which glowed over the
tea cups. Mis. Norborno Berkeley,
president of the Current Literature
Club, and Mrs. II. W .Dickson, presi
dent of the Thursday Afternoon Club,
presided at the tabic.
An advance showing of Spring 1921 models in clever Silk
Frocks and Smart Suits at noticeably Ipwer prices than previous
Your Inspection Cordially Invited
OVER TAYLOR HARDWARE CO.
FINE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FRESH
EVERY MORNING BV EXPRESS
luiH'rial Valley llcud Lettuce
Hot House Lettuce , m
Nam j Hall Sweet PotMltsv
Walla Wulln Spinach
Uorsei Radish I tool
Yellow Turnips hi bulk
Purple Top Turnips In bulk
Carrots In bulk
'arsnlps In liulrk
i Hctl and Yellow Onions
t.rand Rondo Potatoes
Hot House lihubarb
Film Applcn' .
lTordu iriiK) I Vti It
I'ari) Dales In Hulk
Golden Diitra In Hulk
Largest Stock Finest Quality Right Prices
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE r'HONES QUALITY
U. S. SHOULD COLLECT
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unusual clinging power of Face
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and invisibly. Pure contains no
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HOSTESSES FOR CLCTt
Mrs. James Hill and Mrs. John
Clault were hostesses for a meeting of !
the Research Club yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Hall. Interesting
papers having spring gardening and
flower culture as their theme were
read by Mrs. Charles Krownlow and
Mrs. E. E. Bacr, and poems were rean
by Mrs. Fred Dohnert and Mrs. II.
Raymond. For the musical program,
Airs. Fred Bennion sang, with Mrs.
Hill at the piano, and this was followed
by a vocal number by Mrs. Hill, with
violin obligato played by her young
son, James Hill. Mrs. David Hill gave
a piano number, and Mrs. Vinton
Robinson played two violin solos with
piano accompaniment by Mrs. H. S.
McKenzie. For a vocal solo by Mrs.
McKenzie, a violin obligato was played
by Mrs. Robinson.
Daffodils lent a note of springtime
freshness at the table where Mrs.
Charels Greulich and Mrs. Bennion
presided during the social hour. Be
sides club members, puests for the
afternoon were Mrs. Greulich, Mrs.
Bennion, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Robinson,
and Mrs. E. E. Geist.
'WASHINGTON, Feb. 3. (C. I
The I'nitcd States shuulit share in the
German Indemnity to the extent of
receiving payment on American loans
, SPOT, FADE
Buy "Diamond Dyes," no other kind,
tben perfect results aro guaranteed.
i-.ach package of "Dlnmond Dyes" con.
to tho allies, Senator Walsh declared 1 tains simple directions to diamond-ilye
worn, shabby skirts, waists, dresses,
coats, gloves, stockings, sweaters, dra
peries, coverings, everything, whether
wool- silk, linen, cotton or ' mixed
goods, new, rich, fadeless colors.
Druggist has Color Card.
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
NEW CAR JUST RECEIVED
GIVE YOUR CHICKENS A TREAT. IT IS THE
BEST AND CHEAPEST FOOD FOR THEM NOW.
ASK OUR PRICES
UMATILLA FLOUR I GRAIN GO.
CLUB HAS MEETING
With Mrs. Tillie Walters as hostess,
the Lavender Club met yesterday aft
ernoon at the Walters' home on Court
street. A biography of the life of
Charles Dickens was read by Mrs.
Smith. Mrs. Thomas Robertson sang
a pleasing solo and this was followed
by an amusing guessing contest in
which Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. J. M
Cook won the honors, the hostess was
assisted In the serving of refreshments
by 'Mrs. Dave Rogers. Guests for the
afternoon, besides club members, were
Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. M. A. Ferguson.
The next meeting will be February
17, at the home of Mrs. Helen Burton
in the Security apartments.
WILL GIVE LUNCHEONS
Mrs.. Herbert Thompson and Mrs.
James Thompson have issued invita
tions for a series of bridge-luncheons,
to t,e eiven next Monday and Tuesday.
Guests have been asked to the home
of Mrs. Herbert Thompson, 11a tast
pa RTY TS GIVEN
As the second in a series of bridge
parties, Mrs. Herbert Green, Mrs. Roy
Buchanan and Mrs. Ray Hester were
mostesses yesterday afternoon at the
Pome of Mm Green. In the after-
t.oon's play, Mrs. Edwin H. vt nter won
first prize and Mrs. K. C. Ammon sec
MRS. FARLEY HONORED .
Mrs. E. R. Farley, who recently camp
in I'enrlleton to reside, is being honor
ed todav at an informal party for
which Mrs. James Johns, Jr., is hostess
at her home. ,
DELPHIAN CLUB TO MEET
The Delphian club will meet tomor
row at the county library with Mrs.
Fred Lieuallen as hostess.
iwtv ii oi.i nui UK
hW.f.xa. Mont.. Feb. 4. The con
troversy raging in the state over the
ki enlnr f. Donlan OI .vnssoum
county, providing for censorship of
moving pictures, has orougni io
'attention of courts, peace oincers
j tho public that a law much like that
the senator proposed has been on the
books for many years. .
in ieii7. after a series of train rob
I h-ries had started in the state, the as
sembly passed an act forbidding any
moving picture depicting ourKia...-.
train robberies and other crimes, bn
! ..- lu known, however, the law was
never vigorously enforced.
" " '
" 28 MS i j
to the United Press. 'If the allies can
agree with Germany for collection of
o, 000,000,000 reparation bill or
any other sum let them arrange Im
mediately to pro-rate a certain part
of the receipts for payment to the
United States," he said. "As these
payments were made, they could be
credited to the allied nations owing
money to this country. I am not pre
pared to suy whether the present de
mands on Germany can be fulfilled",
but whenever an agreement Is reach
ed, the allies should consider their
debts to the United States when they
begin to collect,"
REALTY TRANSFERS j
T. Thompson to J. R. Thompson
.18,000, undivided l-i interest in NE
1-4 NE 1-4 Sec. 16; NE 1-4 NW 1-4
and E 1-2 SE 1-4 Sec. 22; 8W 1-4 NE
1-4 Sec 34 and W 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec
35, Tp. 2, N. R. 33.
T. Thompson to J. R. Thompson
1 1,000. One-sixth Interest in E 1-2
SW 1-4 and W 1-2 SB 1-4, Sec. 22, Tp.
2, N. R. 33.
L. R. Lawson to A. L. Berieflcl $10
W 1-2 SE 1-4 SE 1-4 Sec. 11, Tp.
N. R. 28 and mete and bound trnctin
NW corner of E 1-2 SE 1-4 SE 1-4,
Sec. 11, Tp. 4, N. R. 28.
H. O. Newport to E. P. Dodd 10, 6
acres in SVV 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 11, Tp. 4
N. R. 28.
O. E. Blackwood to D. Barf 1.00
NE 1-4 NW 1-4, See. 27, Tp. 5, N. R
Bessie Slickpoe to Sophia Byers Mc-
Comas $6,000. S 1-2 SE 1-5 Sec. 7,
Tp 1, N. R. 33.
C. Adams to Ida Adams $1.00 all
that portion of E 1-2 NW 1-4 Sec. 6,
Tp. 2, N. R. 30, laying south of Uma
Mary Ann Ellis to Wm. K. Hall l
1-2 interest in Lot 1, Block 1,78, Res
( rvation Addition, Pendleton.
D. M. Hill to II. Hill Bayless 1.0n
VV 1-2 W 1-2 Sec. 29. NE 1-4 and E 1-2
SE 1-4 Sec. 30, Tp. 6, N. R. 36.
C. I- Mason to C. C. Mason $10. Or
fractional nart of K 1-2 W 1-2 SW 1-4
Sec. 14. Tp. 4, N. R. 2S.
P. A. Power to B. F. Girton $1.00
mete and bound tract In NW corner
of Block 4 4 Reservation Addition, Pen
B. I', to A. Girton $1.00 same tract.
BUSINESS OX I lt;it.)F.
NEW YORK, Feb. . (L p.)
Business hrouphout the country is on
the upgrade. Tho governors of repre
sentative states wired the United
Press that the Industrial outlook In
their respective territories is optimis
tic. The Worst of the depression Is
Vyb ' few!
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FINE QUALITY CREPE DE CHINE COMBINATION
Practical women will find this a splendid oppor
tunity to obtain their spring and summer supply of
dainty, serviceable Crepe De Chine that will wash
like a handkerchief and come out as nice us new.
Pretty trimmed with lace. They will be recog
nized as good values.
$5.00 and $5.95
$5.00 and $5.95
Girls! Save Your Hair!
Make It Abundant!
A Judicious Inquiry
A well known traveling man who
visits the drug trade, says he h:u) often i
heard druggists ask a customer, who
wished to buy a cough medicine, I
whether It was for a child or an adult1
and if for a child, they almost Invar-1
Ibly recommended Chamberlain't: !
Cough Remedy. The reason for this Is ;
that they know there Is no danger .
from it and that it always cures. There I
is not the least danger in giving It and j
for colds,1 croup and whooping cough'
it unsurpassed. j
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aidsi
Nature . i
Medicines that aid nature are always !
most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough!
Remedy acts on this plan. It allays!
the cough, relieves tho lungs, aids ex-
pectoratlon, opens the secretions anJ
aids nature in restoring the system to '
a healthy condition. Thousands have I
testified to its good qualities. Try It j
when you have a cough or cold.
ChamlKTluln's Tablets .
For liidiuoitiun and Constipation. ;
"The nicest and plcasantest medicine!
I hnve used for indigestion and consti
pation is Chamberlain's Tablets,"
writes Melard F. Craig, Middle Grove,
N. Y. They work like a charm and
do not gripe or leave any unpleasant
They Apcal to Our Sympathy's
The bilious and dyspectic aro con
stant sufferers and appeal to our sym
pathies. Many such, however, have
been completely restored to health by j
bo ue of Chamlierlaln's Tablets.
he- (ablr's strepgthen the stomach.!
invigorate the. liver and Improve tho
digestion. They also cause a gentle
movement of the bowels. When you
havo any trouble with your stomach,
give them a trial.
Wilton Rugs at
YOUR CHANCE TO SELECT FROM THE
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK IN
PENDLETON AT PRICES FROM $62.50 TO
JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF AX
MINSTER RUGS, ALL NEW AND BEAUTIFUL
PATTERNS TO BE SOLD AT A GREAT REDUC
TION UNDER THE OLD PRICES DURING THIS
STOCK OF COT
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CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
OCT OF TOWX IH.-MXKN8 KOMCITKIV-MAri OltWfllS UIW.S
PROMPT ATTKNTIOX .
ins F. Court St. Pendleton. Ore. Phone 496
si:f. oin windows
PORTLAND. Feb. 4. (A. P.I
Cattle steady, hogs weak, 110.50W11.
Sheep and eggs weak; butter firm.
ImmeClately after a 'Oanderlne'
massage, your hair takes on new life.
lustre and wonderous beauty, appear
ing twice as heavy and plentiful, be
cause each hair seems to fluff and
thicken. Ton't let your hair stay life
less, colorless, plain or craggly. You,
too, want lots of long, strong beautiful
A 35-cent bottle of delightful "Dan
derlne" freshens your balp, checks
dandrugg and falling hair. Thl stim
ulating "beautfy-tonlc" gives to thin.
Hexter. the Oakflaie mer- i ouuu. fading nair mat youiniui onisni
here visiting relative andlness and hvind&nt thickness All
the Daily Kast Orcgonian.
Feb. 5. 193.)
Nathan Fierce is here from Milton.
Twenty two boy pupils were recently
expelled from the Milton schools for
T. G. llalley is suffering rrom la-
C. F. Kennedy Is here irom narren
No looses of sheep have occurrea
this season In I'matilla county.
Victor Hexter, of the firm or Alex
"The Store Ahead"
Business Supremacy must be substantiated by something more than a mere claim
of commercial superiority. The verdict rests within the judgment of the Purchasing
Public and to you who comprise this.splend id body do we-address ourselves. Our de
sire is to be known as "The Store Ahead." If Lowest Price, Highest Quality and
Perfect Service have their reward then we are entitled to be accorded this recogni
. Sewing Cotton All Sizes
150 yards, 5c
Fleischer's Knitting Worsted
2 oz. balls, 45c
. Rick Rack Braid
. All sizes, 15c
111 chants, la
Largest Pencil Tablet
in Town, 15c
Large Aluminum Pans
and Kettles, $1.98
Silkine Crochet Cotton
15c, 2 for 25c .
10 BIG BULLET
that will help, to fight
the problem of present
day buying. Consider
ing ,the REAL MAR
KET VALUE of these
numbers they represent
a WONDERFUL SAV
ING to the discriminat
. Purses e.nd Hand Bags
s" 1-2 Price
,' ' Best Quality Hand Made
Chocolates, 55c lb.
You save at' least 30c a
pound on all candy ycu buy
Best Grade Linen Bond
Paper by the lb.,' 50c
Market Baskets ,
Regular $1.75, now 98c.
These Are Values
Worthy Of Your Inspection
Ginghams, Percales, Outing Flannels
25c Yard ,
IF You Need Any of This Merchandise
Human Hair Nets, Guaranteed
15c 2 for 25c, $1.25 a dozen
Ask for the "Perfectionette"
Clean Easy Laundry
4 for 25c
Tho Boo liivo
"More for Less"
Dolls, Teddy Bears