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TUE2DA7 EVENING, FEBRUARY 22, 1921.
JATJ V JUST Ofif aA , t F.NDJ KTnN
DAILY EAST OREdONIAN, PENDLETON, OSEQON,
iiKDAV CONTEST TONIGHT,
t Closing the W. C. T. 11. days Instl
lute honoring France K. Witlarri.
kreat prohibition worker, the local
nion will hold a allver fnedal contest
tonight at the library club room. The
Contest wilt follow the institute pro
gram which occupies (he W. C. T. IT.
Following la the program for the
Rout ."Work for Enforcernenf
Readmit "The Child's World"
Reading . "White Ribbon"
Violin aolo "The Lwnkey Klde"...
Reading "Independence Bell of 17.'
Reading "The Two Offerings"
Violin nolo. ...... ."Apple Tree Joke"
Heading. . .'The Mouse and the Boy"
Heading . . ."The Name of Old Glory"
riano aolo "Skating" Barbour
Reading. .. .'The Power of Example"
Reading "The Quest"
Violin aolo "Salute d' Amour"
Reading "A Social Glass"
Reading ...... "Independence Bell'
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and Club News
Piano aolo Selected
Silver offering will be taken.
Talk on Membership Drive, Mrs. A. F.
May, president of chapter.
The decision of the judge will be
fnade following the program.
OFFICERS TO BEi ELECTED
Officers of the Presbyterian Mis
sionary Society are to fee elected at a
meeting tomorrow afternoon at 1:30
in the reception rooms of the ohurch.
Pledges are to be paid at this tim,
Hostemes are Mrs. David Nelson, Mrs.
J. B. McCook, Mrs. 8. K. Thompson,
Mrs. F. B. Re Jen. Mis. Wesley N.
Matlock and Mrs. C. W. Matthews.
KILL RARE TO MEET
Musbands of members of the Kill
Kare Klub will be hosts for one of the
clubs series of dances Thursday night
at Ragle Woodman hall. Roy Buchan
an la head of the host committee. The
dance will toe next to the final affair
given by the club this winter.
DlRTHDAT IS CELEBRATED.
Mr. and Mrsi H. J. Newcomb were
hostesses for a number of guests last
evening at a dinner party in honor of
their daughter. Miss Hope Newcomb,
who celebrated her tenth birthday
yesterday. Covers were laid for chil
dren and grownups at a table where a
four course dinner was served. The ten
candlea which glowec on the birthday
cake were a part of these used two
years ago on the eightieth birthday of
Dresses and Suits of
Now every woman can select her new
wearables from abundant assortments
right at the beginning of the season.
Prices have reached a normal level and
there is no advantage in delaying.
Choose your Dress or Suit now when it,
is in the height of style and when you'
will get the maximum of good out of it
I' DRUG STORE
A. D. Stevens, grandfather of the hon-
LEAVE FOR LA GRA-NDE
A troup of Pendleton matrons who
are members of the Neighbors of
Woodcraft lodge left this morning to
visit the I -a Grande chapter. Those
in the party were Mrs. Thomas Rob
ertson, Mrs, Edgar Thompson, Mrs.
Kmll Dohnert, Mrs. M. A. Ferguson.
Mrs. O. M. Traylor, Mrs. Til!' Wa
ter. Mrs. Ida Oleson and Mrs. A.
RETURN FROM CALIFORNIA,
Air, and Mrs, John Serell and two
children, Donald and Rosemary, have
returned from southern California
where they spent several months for
the benefit of Mrs. Serell's health. A
week-end guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Serell was Miss Florence
Carlson, one of the teachers In Uma
MISS COLE TO RETURN.
Miss I.ela Cole, who has spent the
past eight months In New York, is
expected to return to Pendleton soon.
Miss Cole has been specializing In so
cial service nursing while In New
GUFST TN PENDLETON.
Mrs. E. J. Saunders of Seattle, Is a
guest In Pendleton. She is visiting her
sisters, Mrs. H. F. Peters, Mrs. Olive
Froome. a"nd Mrs. Lilla Finch, and her
niece, Mrs. Robert Nagler. She will
remain here for an Indefinite visit
MOVE TO RIETH.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. P. Snyder, Jr..
nave left Pendleton and will make
their home In Rleth where Mr. Snyder
la employed by the railroad.
GUEST FROM LA GRANDE.
Mrs. J. H. Kenney, of 1a Gratide. Is
a guest In Pendleton. She Is visiting
her sister, Mrs. W. E. Fergus, and her
son, Kenneth Keeney.
P. T.'A. TO MEET
The high school Parent Teacher As
sociation will meet Thursday evening
at 8 o'clock In the county library.
mere win be speeches, discussions and
LEAVE FOR CALIFORNIA
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. peters left today
for California where they will sojourn
tor tne benent of Mr. Peters health.
MISS SAWfELLE RETURNS
Miss Elisabeth Sawtelle returned
last night after a visit with friends In
w ana walla.
READING CIRCLE TO MEET
The Ladies Bible Reading Circle will
mee tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
in Parish Hall. -
Revival b SuccemfuL
The meeting last night at the Baptist
Church was largely attended. It Was
the largest Monday meeting since
they began. There were n;ne baptised
and eight conversions. The meetings
are deepening in power and Interest
says Rev. W. H. Cox but it is uncertain
how long they will continue because of
previous dating of Rev. Bentley.
"Therefore take In every meeting."
They are the best services ever held In
the Baptist church of Pendleton, de
clares the local pastor.
COAT LEAD TO ARREST
Failure to observe two or three
small holes burned in the back of his
overcoat resulted In a trip to Arling
ton for Jack Pullman. He left last
evening in company with Chief of Po
lice Sweeten of the goose town.
It seems that someone visited one of
the sheep camp of Smythe Brothert
near Arlington recently. No one wae
home so the visitor helped himself to
a long overcoat, a short leather coat
pair of high buckle work overshoe
and a Stetson hat. A description of
the missing articles was sent, to the
local officers. Among other things'
some holes in the back of the over
coat were mentioned.
Yesterday while Officer Sheer wtu
making his regular rounds he dis
covered Jack Pullman wearing every
thing but the hat and the leather coat.
The hat was found in an Inside pocket
but the coat is still missing.
Before leaving for Arlington, Pull
man is said to have admitted the
theft of everything but the leather
coat Chief of Police Roberts be
lieves this coat was sold at Rleth or
some other station between here and
Arlington where the man may have
K. B. McEwen to R. McEwen J 1.00
E 1-2 Lot A and West 15 1-2 feet of
Lot 4. Block ; Lots 7 to 10 of Block 1
of Kirks third addition, and Lots 9 to
12 of Block $ of Railroad Addition to
City of Athena, SB 1-4 Sec. 1 SE 1-4
Sec. 7 BE 1-4 Sec. 18 Sec. 1 and mete
and bound tract In ec 18 and Bl-2
Sea 15 Tp. 5, N. li. 5.
A. Boss to Lv I. Coe 11800. Lots
snd 10 Block 3. Halsteadg second Add),
R. C, Lawrence to R. C. Lawrence
Jr. fl.OO 1-2 Interest in lot 10, Block
177 Reservation Addition Pendleton.
H. C. Davis to M. O. Parker $890.
W 1-2 NE 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. , Tp, 4,
N. R. 2.
M. L. Kimble to D. M. Parker $1200.
E 1-2 NW 1-4 SW 1-4 Sec, (, Tp. 4,
X. R. 21.
Jay Pelmulder to Anttl Retnlkka
If-500. That portion of W 1-2 XW 1-4
NW 1-4, Sec. 13, Tp. 4, N. It- 28. E. W.
M. lying North of U. 8. Reclamation
Service Canal "A"
Edward C. Ostner to James Irving
$100. W 1-2 SE 1-4 and SE 1-4 SW
1-4 SW 1-4 Sec. 30, Tp. , 8. R. 33.
James Irving to Security Savings and
Trust Company $100. W 1-2 SW 1-4
snd SE 1-4 SW 1-4 and SW 1-4 SE 1-4
j REALTY TRANSFERS
Sec. t. and W 1-3 HE 1-4 and SE 1-1
JSW, 1-4 bee 30 Tp. I, 8. B. 13.
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Columbia River Salmon, 4 cans' 49c
Excello Cake Flour : ...45c and 50c
Imperial Marshmallow Dessert, pint jar.... 35c
Dainty Cod Fish, boneless, box 45c
Creme Oil Soap, 1 dozen bars 95c
Preserved Cranberries, can 50c
Maine Blue Berries, can- 40c
Pretzels, pound :.;.......50c
Quality Apples ..........$2.2& to $3.00
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
Vice President of the Seattle
Chamber of Commerce
Hands a Wallop to Prohibiti
on at Meeting of T7. S. Ship
WASHINGTON. Feb. 22. (U. P.)
Another wallop at prohibition as a
destroyer of the American passenger
ship "business" was dealth by E. F.
Blaine, vice-president of the Seattle
chamber of commerce. "Passengers
will not travel on ships which have
only soft drinks, prayer book and
hymnals In the salons," he told the
United States shipping hoard. "I am
not a drinking man, hut I would not
undertake a long voyage on high seas
on a dry ship," he shuddered. Rep
resentatives of all the Pacific coast
ports appeared before the shipping
board at today's hearing, each port
urging Its claims for Increased ship
allocations and trade routes under the
revision of the Pacific service which
Is contemplated by the board. ..
Blaine aded both the Japanese and
Canadian lines are preparing to put
new ships In the Pacific service which
will be faster and finer than any
American ships. He described the
Paciflo shipping situation in terms of
a big poker game, In which he said the
United States cannot "get anywhere
by merely "calling- Japan and Cana
da." "We must raise them," he In-,
minted. "We must have more ships at
Seattle to .match the Japanese and
Canadian services from the north
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Day Celebrated With Assembly and
Half Holiday Washington's birthday
was celebrated at the high school this
morning with an assembly program in
the great American's honor. The main
speaker of the morning was Judge
Stephen A. Lowell, who told the stud
ents In his address why the nation is
observing this day. ' He also told what
Washington typifies and how the
young men and women of today can
model themselves after his principle.
Byron 'Warner preceded Mr. Lowell
with, a brief sketch of Washington as
a man. The high school orchestra
played several selections. The com
plete program was as follows:
America Audience ... ..'.'.....
"Washington the Man" Byron
Address Judge 3. A. Lowell
The program ended with the an
nouncement that there would be no
more classes for the remainder of the
day. Many parents and visitors were
A. H. Cox Is Improving. . ,'
A.' H. Cox, prominent local lum
berman, is reported today as being
considerably Improved. He was op
erated on recently at the St. Anthony
hospital and for a time his condition
was serious. -
8uste I suppose he eventually broke
your heart? '
Kate Worse than that. He played
cards with father and broke him.
FOR ARKANSAS BOXING
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. 22. A
P.) A bill to legalize boxing, sparring
and wrestling matches In Arkansas was
Introduced in the seante today.
"WORK ON NEW WINO
(Continued from page 1.)
will toe required for the construction
work, that being the length of time re
quired for the construction work, that
being the length of time required for
building the last wing.
The Institution now has a population
of 540 and is crowded to capacity. At
Salem the Insane hospital has approxi
mately 1800 patients and la considered
as having reached Its limit of expan-,
slnn. Accordingly the plan of the
state board Is to enlarge the Pendle
ton hospital with a view to relieving
the congestion at Salem. By the time
the new wing here is completed there
will be demand for all the new room
available and It may soon be necessary
to ask for further enlargement.
A feature of the situation that makes
It advisable to enlarge the local hos
pital Is that the per capita mainten
ance coat may be reduced by fucb a
policy. It la aald 100 patients may be
carea lor by the same overhead ex
pense now borne. However regardless
of the comparatively small population
at the Eastern Oregon hospital the por
capital living cost there waa the lowest
of any state Institution during the last
AXCIENT AND MODERN
(Continued from page 1.)
Gobi In Connection.
The only gold coin in the collection
is a tiny English coin smaller than
the American dime. Its date Is un
certain. Among the Italian coins are one
bearing the name of Garibaldi and
dated 1807. Belgian' money, dated
1862, bears the likeness of Leopold,
the first king of the Belgians.
A likeness of Paul Kruger appears
on a coin of recent date used In the
Congo. South Africa. Uruguay mon
ey of silver and copper Is dated 18S9,
and Argentine money 1899.
George Washington used coins sim
ilar1 to those bearing the date of 1817,
and" the stamp of George III, shown
in the collection. The coins are sil
ver and resemble a half dollar.
Resemble V. 8. Coins. .
" Helvetian two franc coins resemble
U. S. coins. They have a value of two
francs and are dated 1873. Russian
pennies, German "kreurers"' dated
185E; Canadian and Chinese money of
recent date; Ceylo five and 10 cent
pieces, dated 1870; 'Guernsey money
of 1330 and Jersey money of 1877,
Mexican money of 1862; Austrian two
eagle pieces and 8panlsh coppers dat
ed 1811 are Interesting features of the
Of the old United States coins;
there are pieces bearing the date of
1788, 1816, 1832, 1854 and 18(3. '
Many Various Kinds.
Money from Chile and Panama Is
shown, as well as Indian money with
a scalloped edge and having the rupee
or anna value. Jamacan coins are of
recent date, as are the Australian.
Especially Interesting pieces are
shillings from the time of Charles II,
showing how the kind reduced the or
iginal shilling, about the size, of the
U. 8. half dollar, to a small coin hav
ing the same value. This was done to
Increase the amount of money.
The collection owned by Mr. Gibb
contains the smallest piece of money
made, a tiny Balboan coin. Other
coins collected by Mr. Gibbs are from
Panama and other countries.
ARMY OF LEAGUE .
(Continued from page 1.)
('eolared . that that was what the ac
' V. 9. Sends Message
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 (A. P.)
The Most Glorious Sensation of All
Is to Get Back Into the Game.
Ask anyone whose nerves seemed to
have gone to smash and the last atom
of Iron apparently burned out of the
blood, how it feels to come back. Ask
the host of men and women who have
used Reolo. Here Is one of the most
astonishing reconstructive Influences
ever devised. It is a marvel for the
many ways it seems to act. And it
acts almost at once. Safe, harmless,
of food value, yet all medicine. It seems
to have almost the quality of actual
Intelligence. It has the power to in
crease flesh. It enhances the activity of
the blood, lots of it, Increases red cor
puscles enormously, takes the pallor
out of the cheeks, contributes- to the
defense of the body against exhaustion,
and Intensifies the activity of the vital
processes to such an extent that you
not only look like a winner, you feel
It from head to foot. Ask and clerk at
Thompsons Irug Store and any other
leading drug store what a host at men
and women have gained from this
most wonderful reconstructive
Get a $1.00 box of Reolo today. "
Take advantage of our
expert corsetiere serv
ice and the superior
lines which we present.
Women who wear Reg
aliste or La Camile Cor-'
sets make no complaint
of discomfort. And for
the women who demand
that smartness of lines.
so essential to correct gowning, these makes meet her
every desire. If you have experienced difficulty in
the past, you are especially invited to avail yourself
of the free service we offer.
A new stock of corsets just arrived, and at the
new low price level. It costs no more to have the
The American government has com -
ir.unlcated directly with the League of
Nations council on the subject of man
dates, this being; the first time the
United States has initiated an action
before that body. The communication
waa sent to Insist upon Its rights al
though the United States Is not a
member of the League. It Is asserted
that the United Htatea expected to be
heard regarding the terms of the man
dates before they are put In force.
Oil and Cable Right Involved '
Oil and cable rights are Involved in
the protest from the United States.
Tap la Important as a cable landing
point. Secretary Colby has already
questioned Britain regarding her In
tentions in handling the great oil fields
in Mesopotamia. The council has
adopted publicly ruled somewhat simi
lar to those of the league assembly.
Open meetings will be held when the
members believe It "opportune.'' At
other times the action of the council
will be made public after It has been
Province Awarded! Belgium
BY HENRY WOOD '
(United . Press Staff Correspondent.)
An international conference for the
suppression of white slavery will be
called to meet In Geneva next June,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FORD SEDAN for sale.
Thompson St. -
FOR SALE Good modern room
house and lot about half cost price
of house If taken soon lawn with 2
large shade trees, storm cellar, fence
and cement walks around bouse. Deal
with owner and save agents profit.
Best chance to get good home In Pen.
dleton. Call or write owner, 03 E.
fluff St, Pendleton, Phone 204-M.
Notice to Public
Wednesday morning at I o'clock we
will sell a lot of furniture that we have
In storage, this Includes ranges, dining
room furniture, mattresses, beds, sew
lng machines, etc. Goods have been
priced and must be sold at once. " ' t
Call at Penland Bros, office and we
will take you to the warehouse. -PENLAND
F- 1 Thl9 Dlnlntf-Room
y Floor An
v.l Many an otherwise attrac
tive dining-room is spoiled
by the floor. It may have
been well enough to start
with perhaps a painted or
poliihed wood floor. But
sliding chairs and scuffling
feet have left the surface
dull and scratched, A floor of
in the dining-room is far
more durable than painted
wood, is eaiya to dean and
perfectly sanitary. Colors
and patterns fur every tot to
A number of close out patterns and remnants to
sold at ONE-HALF PRICE
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO.
103 E. Court St Pendleton,
1 the council decided. It was also agreed
t0 reaffirm the councils previous decl-
' alon that the former German nrovlnce
of Eupean and Malmedy would be
SLIMS GOES RIGHT
TO THE A0M G SPOT
Toa can lust tell by It healthy,,
timulatlni odor, that it it
Join, to do you good
THOUSANDS of men and wotnen,
when the least little rheumatic
. "crick" ataailt them, have Sloan's
Lmiment handy to knock It out. Pop-'
ular over a third of a century ago far
more popular today, - --.
That's because it is to wonderfully
helpful in relieving external aches and .'
pain" sciatica, lumbago, backache, .
neuralgia, overstrained muscles, atin
joints, weather exposure results. A,
little is all that it necessary, for it $to,
ftntlralts without rmiijsj, to the tore
pot. No mast, no stained akin. . ,
AH druggists 35c, 70c, 1.40.
Dr. K. J. York, the Chinese 8 pe
els nat has event yeare In study and
research work, both In China and
this country, thus enabling him to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
He uses only curative Chinese
roots and herbs as a menna of treat
ing dlseaaea known to human be
inga These remedies have been used
for many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
them. . , - , i
Anyone who "may be suffering
can call to see him. .- . '
K. J. YORK CUINtERB MEDICINE
No. 421 W, Rom St.
Wail Walla, Wash.
Ore. Phone 496