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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, EENDLETOH, OREGON, T"gPY EVmi0' 11 , ' , ,,' l.,.-
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Social and Club News
cn-t'n m organized.
The "Jolly Xln" Is the nm tho
sen (or dub formed lam night at
the horn of Mm. Thomas Robertson,
ly the rusrds of Friendship Circle
No. 2. The club will bo for the pur-
of talking over floor work of the
ort. The member are. lira, Gro
tr Trayler, Mra. Robertson, Mr. Kd
ger Thoniion. Mra. fcarah Catching,
Ml. K. INoreen. Mra, F. Frailer, Mra.
JJ. A. Ferguson. Mra. Tilly Waller
and Mra. Anna MoConnell. Tho next
ttue'lng will l at tho home of Mra.
V1R1TED WITH SISTER.
Mra. C. A. Bunhnell left last tilght
ifor her home at Seattle after a visit
of several day with her atater. Mra.
Prvllle Q. Reeves. On her trip to Pen
dleton Mra. Hushnell waa accompan
ied by her mother, Mra, Hugh Ilerron
f Corvallla, who will visit here until
n hool la out
jurh. nowMAV rctuxs.
I Mra. Turl Bowman arrived home
this morning; from Portland after
pending two weeka with her son
Robert? who la attending; Hill Mili
tary academy, and her two sisters,
Mra. Warren Abbott and Mra. Crls An
IX HONOR OF MRS. 8AWTRIXK. i
Honorific Mra. Royal M. Sawtelle,
who ia wuiii to leave Pendleton, Mrs.
K'lixn (l Hnnrt and Mra. Charles Rand
will be hosiesses tomorrow afternoon
for an Informal sewing party, fluents
have been asked to the home of Mrs.
OTMREE WILL MEET.
The liegree of Honor will hold us
regular business meeting tomorrow
afternoon at 1:80 In the I. O. O. F. hall
Memlwrs and visiting memoers nave
been asked to attend.
MRS. SCHWARTZ ILL.
Mra. Sarah Schwarta Is very 111 at
the home of her daughter, Mra.
Charles Peacock, S0 Garden street.
X. OF W. TO MEET.
Neighbors of Woodcraft are to
meet this evening at the Eagle-Woodman
D. A. R. TO MEET
The coming visit of Mrs. John Keat
ng, state regent of the Daughtera of
the American Revolution, will be dis
cussed at a meeting of tho Vmatllla
chapter tonight at 7:50 at the home of
Mrs. Stephen A. Lowell, formerly re
cent of the chapter. The year of 1921
BOFF'S CFSTAIKS SHOP
Every woman or miss who
looks forward to wearing be
coming New Apparel upon
that, occasion will revel in the
gorgeousnes3 of the modes in
our extensive pre-Easter show
ing Suit, Wrap Frock, Blouse,
Is especially Important In the history
of the I. A. R. In thla state, a It
marks the twenty-fifth anniversary of
the founding In this state. Chapters In
the state celebrated the founding on
Washington's birhday. Febtruary 22.
VISITS IN CITY.
Mrs. Iota Warner and Mlsa Ruth
Resler of Pilot Hock, ore visitors here
VISITORS IN CITY.
Mra. Claude draff of Spokane and
Mm Kin mil Dm hum of Loa Angeles
huve arrived In Pendleton to visit with
ihetr aiRter Mra. Kllanbclh Moore wno
Is very 111.
WIU- MEET THURSDAY.
Mra 1. I" Rrhnrnf and Mrs. F. A.
IJeunllnn will be hostesses for the Re
search Club which will meet Thura-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Scharpf at 312 Martin street.
HOSTESSES FOR MEETING
Mrs. W. B. Main. Mrs. Mary Iisos-
way. Mrs. Minnie Stllman, Mrs. a R.i
Thompson, Mra. J. H. Raley, Mrs.
Emily Isaacs, Mrs. Minerva Morse,
Mr. tr I ttmlth and . Mrs. Nettie
Whetstone, are hostesses for a meet-1
in of the Pioneer Ladies Club at tne
county library this afternoon.
JEWEL CLUB TO MEET.
Th Jewel Club will meet tomorrow
nwr for one of Its charming dances
which have been enjoyed during the
past social season. Hostesses ror me
evening will be Mrs. A. H. Wendt.
Mrs. Phin, Mrs. Stroble, Mrs. Jving
Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Newton.
,iim w t TOTT VISITS
xiiu M.iriA Klliott. of Portland. Is a
visitor In the city at the home of Miss
Agnes Martin. Mlsa Elliott, who re
antiv amuluated from Reed College,
is a musician of considerable talent
and recently, appeared In recital In
Sauer Kraut in bulk, quart ; , 20c
Midget Sweet Pickles,- pint 4oc .
Dill Pickles, each .. . jc
Spanish Olives, pint c
Bulk Macaroni, 2 pounds 2oc
Ranch Eggs, dozen i
Country Butter, 2 pounds ?1.00
Sun-Maid Raisins, package 30c
Imperial Coffee, first quality, pound 40c
Bulk Coffee, pound ...... 2oc
Creme Oil Soap, 12 bars J5c
Eastern Oysters, pint '
Grand Ronde Potatoes, 100 pounds. .. . $2.25
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
THREE f HONES
TWO YOUNG AMERICANS
MISS WINER HONOREI?.
Honoring Miss lxrene Hoffman,
who Is leaving Pendleton for Califor
nia, a group of Pendleton' young set
w- ' nle-M a" inrel
tA1. at the lorna of Miss Hoffman'
lu, .. ..r. jam
ri nvtiinr was sDent In games and
in th. sar-inir of refreshments, the
entertainment being arranged by the
Loyal Daughters of the t nnsuan
church of which Miss Hoffman Is a
member. She is leaving the first or
next week to spend the summer In
California and much regret is im
pressed by he rfrlends her depar
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afWES WTEB DEATH
WASHINGTON, Mar. 1. The Bur
neu bullock probably Is the only anl-
moi uhirh continues after death to
serve as a means of transportation.
Alive1, he patiently hauls a cart on
"the road for Mandalay," dead, his
Inflated hide takes to the water as a
craft, much favored for crossing riv
ers. Traffic experts of the National Geo
graphic Survey have discovered this
k i.-,.. ..... in r ns!inrtiitim econo
mics Is a study prompted by the use
of that highly modem beast 01 oura
on. the cataplllar tractor, to suppls
KA T antra KlV-b exDedltton In north
ern Greenland. They wanted to see
what remained In the world of the
oldest known methods of getting men
and their baggage over .the grouna.
These are some of the survivors they
found: ' ' ' ,
i. .rar "Sunday RO-to-meet-
in vehicle of negrp farmers in North
Carolina, Georgia and Manama.
Pog milk wagon haulers In Bel
gium and dog team and 'ndefr
. ilmmt. ' exclusively In
... k...i Artln and parts or
in, iiivH-uuu,.- -
"inTmlla, the camel wagon, of "sch
ooner type," the humped ox and the
elephant ' .
, bnrk of man bal
ancing a divided burden on a springy
pole acioss a trolling cuun
cori,K, of the Philippines,
dozing its idle hours away submerg
ed to the nostrils In a swamp.
The man propelled Jinrikisha of 0a
pan and. lately, the jlnrikmobile.
,!. h.niiinr n of Ceylon.
of South Africa.
Tms lackrabbit burro of western
miring prospectors of Mexico and
South and Central America.
cuiit. in the sandy marshes of the
Ijandes region of Franco and The
much sting gondolas oi num. .
SAIL SEARCH WEALTH
NEW YORK. Mar., 1. (A. P.)
Two young Americans sailed from
thla port today for South America to
search for a vast store of wealth sup
posed to He in the "cnimney oi me
diamond denosits of British Guiana.
At Georgetown, the capital of the Bri
tish possession they will be Joined Dy
a third adventuresome American who
has out-fitted In Parts.
The expedition Is under the pat
ronage of Harvard University and the
Rmlthsonian Institute of Washington,
for which It will carry on geographl
ri oTnlnrstlnn. William J. LaVurie.
Jr. a rraduate of 1919. heads the Par
ty and his fellow explorers are James
IMacDonald, of Uma, umo, ana uua-
1 1 - - - C..ln..l nl .4 If.M Th 1V
i ley Lewi8 H pii iueioi, . - ..w
'expect to spend more than a year in
Beside an attempt to follow tne
scattered deposits of precious stones
several hundred miles through tang
led, reptile infested wilderness to their
source, long known to exist some
where In the hill country, but never
discovered, the expedition will take
the country, aa well as capture speci
mens of native wild animals for the
Before his departure on the Brazil
Ian steamer Uberaba, Mr. LaVarre out
lined details of the .adventuresome
project. Though still In his twenties
the young explorer has accompanied
thru sTnodltlnna tn South and Central
America, including a difficult mission
into the heart of the Andes.
After provision are provided at
Georgetown, the expedition will board
u canoe houseboat with a crew of a
dozen to twenty oarsmen and labor-
ers, and begin Its Journey up the
Essequibo River, passing out or tne
area settled by white men In a few
days paddling. After that it will pene
ttate the tropical Jungle entirely on
Its own rescources.
Establishing headquarters In the
rralrla Country 170 miles up the Max-
nriinl River, which empties into the
VaaAnnttMv th dtAmond hunters will
begin work on the alluvial lands bord
ering streams on . the eastern water
shed of the Sierra Pacaralma Moun
tains which separate British Guiana
from Venezuela. ,
The area In which the expedition
will operate has been known since
the middle of the last century as a
ilch diamond field, although Its inac
cessibility and the prevalence of tro
pical diseases have served to discour
age prospecting by white men. Thou
sands of carats of the gems, said to be
as fine as any In the world, however,
ire taken out annualy by negro mm
"ATS H M A
lliiixlrrtht of people arc as
tonished ami delight! with the
quirk nd I'KKMANKJiT relief
tliejr have received front lite use
of our wonderful new discovery,
Asthma and Hay-Fever, with all
their torture, may now be
BANISHED FOHKVKlt. Tear
out tills annouiicenient and send
at once to
R. M. B. IABORATORIFS
81 Ala-ska Blclg., Seattle, Wn.
ers employing primitive methods.
"Somewhere near every spot where
diamonds are found in considerable
numbers there must be a 'chimney',"
exolalned Mr. LVarre. "There Is
no telling definitely -where the Guiana
chimney is located, but we mean to
find It and are basing out expectations
on more than speculation. Study of
data collected by other explorers and
prospectors, aa well as my own ob
servations, indicate that It Is within a'
certain area near the Venezuela bor
der." He added that the quality of stones
tal-en from the vtclnltv where his nar-
ly will work points to a 'chimney as
rich or richer man tnose or me souin
African diamond fields.
AnimnU whteh will he tnken for the
Washington Zoological garden Include
tnnirit nlenters. In ir u am and mon
keys, as well as a variety or tropicui
OCLEHHATKN HKIt BIRTHDAY
DOORN. 'March 1. A. P.) While
former Empress Augusta Victoria.
ihmurh in imuroved health, was con
fined to her room Sunday, her fortieth
Corn, Rolled Barley,
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIH CO.
INFORMATION IS COIXECTET
PARIS. March 1. (A. P.) The
league of nations council has not tak
en cognizance of the Panama-Costa
Rlcan conflict. The secretariate of
the league of nations, however. Is col
lectlng all Information available.
Are demanded this season by the discriminatinsr shop
pers. Our wrappy coats are fashioned in all the new.,
rich materials and are charmingly distinctive. VV e. extend
a cordial invitation to you to call while our displays are at
their best Early buyers have the largest variety from
which to choose.
The Thomas Shop
wedding anniversary waa celebrated
by a banquet for the workmen on tha
estal and religious services attended
by the former emperor and former
rovnrlnce. ' ,
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