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DAILY EAST tftEGOHlAN, FETEDLTTOff, OUEaON,
TUT.2DAY EVENING, MARCH 15, 1921
Social and Club News
HH I.VTKKKHT SHOWN
Interna centers In Ihe lectures by
Mn tjoutse Van Offle, noted lecturer
tvho appear In pMidlcton Thurs
diiy evening and Friday afternoon and
evenltis" under the auspices of local
rinlm which are mtml of tho Flat
Federation. The proceeds are to be
uwd In defraying the expenses of tho
Plate Federation annual convention to
t'e held here Uay 11 and June 1 and X.
l.oulxe Van, tirle atuded with leo
, pld tlodowaky, Harold Matier and
modern operas tinder tUe most favor
iil! circumstance. A Winter spent in
I'etrograd and Moscow afforded ex
ceptional opportunity of studying not
only the masterpieces of Russian opera
and dramas, many of which are to be
heard in that country only, but also
Kiissinn history, leg-ends and folk lore,
all of which have been the greatest
source of inspiration to Russia' fore
most composers. Many of the, operas
In her repertoire are us yet produced
in Russia only.
Josef Lhevlnne. Her years of residence
In the European capitals have given DKPAUT Fok ivAlAA WALLA
her, among other advantage, an op- Mr. and Mrs. Royal M. Saivtelle will
1-ortuntty of becoming familiar with depart tonight for Walla Walla, where
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
? NEVER HAVE WE SHOWN A MORE
I ,' - . INTERESTING LINE OF SUITS
Not a single number in the whole showing but what
shows enviable individuality. The prices are as reas
, onable as they will be for some time to come and choos
i ing now is at its best
, NEWEST SUITS AT $35, $43, $59.50, $69.50.
they will bo. guests of Mrs. Snwtelle's
sister, Mrs. Hen Hill. Later they will
So to Portland and will be Joined, by
their children, Richard aud Knimy
Lou, before leaving' for & trip to Van
couver, II. C. Air. and Mrs. Sawtelle
are extremely popular In Pendleton
and their departure' from the city Is
muoh regretted by their many friends.
They ha.ve been the Inspiration for
many delightful social uffnlrg during
the past two weeks.
CI nCLK HAS MEETING.
' Members of Qneen Esther Circle of
Westminster Oulld enjoyed a meetlnit
last night at the home of Miss Thelma
Akey. The circle's Chinese book of
study was the theme for the evening.
During- the social hour, Miss Lois Mo
Cook and Miss Shirley Red played pi-j
LEAVE FOR WASHINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bowman, who!
have been guests at the home of Mr.'
Howman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Punj
Ponvmnn. left yesterday for their home
in Rexbunr, Washington. Their wed
ding was a recent event and the visit to
Pendleton was a part of the wedding
MRS. McNARY TO RE HOSTESS
Mrs. W. D. MoN'ary will be hostess
for & meeting of the Thursday After
noon Club on Thursday. The subject
for the meeting- will be -Gilbert Ches
terton and Rupert Brooke, and mem
bers have been asked o tho home of
Mrs. McNary, on Hospital Drive.
DEGREE WILL MEET
The Decree of Honor will meet to-
morrow afternoon at S:30 in the I. o.
O. F. hall for a Social afternoon. Airs.
Marietta Jones, Captain No. 3, and
her team, will entertain. All members
and visiting members have been asked
LITTLE SON BORN
Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Erdman, of La
Grande, are the parents of a little son
born March 13. The child has been
named Frederick1 Henry. Mrs. Erd
man has many friends in Pendleton
and has visited In this city.
CLUB WILL MEET.
The Research Club will meet tomor
row afternoon at the home of Mrs. It.
Raymond on Water street. Mrs. Ray
mond and Mrs. S. A. Newberry will be
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Candy and in keeping with our fine line of Quality iiroccrlCN.
LAIUiK SHIPMENT JVST IN 11 V JOXPIUCSS
, Doubles consisting; of two extra large Victoria
Chocolates, each '... 10c
Kidtjie Candy, something; fine for the children,
Davenport's Candy Chews, large box $1.25
Davenports Home Made Sweets, large box....$1.00
Davenport Mints, medium box......... 60c
Davenport's Dark and ligh Chocolates,
Davenports Chocolate Covered Cherries, larpe
Jumbo Peanuts, salted, 3 pounds ....50c
Gray Bros. Groceiy Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
SIRS. RILEY HERE.
Mrs. Pauline Moore Riley, state
commander of the Women's Benefit
Association of the Maccabees is here
and will be present" at the regular
meeting: this afternoon.
N. OF W. TO MEET
The Neighbors of Woodcraft will
meet tonight at 7:30 In Eagle-Wood
man hall. After the business meeting
a social evening will be enjoyed.
KALE TO BE GIVEN
The Lodes Aid Society of the Pres
byterian Church will hold a cake salo
Saturday, March 26. The place has
not yet been decided upon. v
Great for Chaps
If you are one of those whose skin is tender and
easily chapped by exposure to rough weather, you
will find P .' . :
' ' ' ' " '". .
Arch Toilet Cream :
a real help to skin comfort. Get a bottle today with
the guarantee that your money will be refunded if
v it does not satisfy you in every respect I : f
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
CIRCLE WILL MEET.
-The Ladies' Bible Reading Clrelo
will meet tomorrow at 3 p. m. In Par
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
BILA FLOUR & Ml
LONDON, March 15. (V. P.T
At last there is a prospect of perma
nent cure ror leprosy, which means
that thousands of outcasts may look
forward with hope to the future. -
After 27 years In the Indian Medical
Service, Lieut-Colonel Sir Leonard
Rogers has announced that his efforts
in medical research work have re
suited In the discovery of treatment
which destroys the leprosy bacilli in
the human tissue. -
Sir Leonard says that while he does
not claim to have discovered an in
..ii&u.e permanent cure, this achieve
ment is nearer at hand- now then it
has ever been before.
"In the cuse of one leper," he said,
"sight was restored after treatment
others have regained the sense or
touch, and in the case of a man who
could not walk two or three hundred
yards before treatment, he can now
walk ten miles."
USE SLOAN'S TO
WARD OFF PAIN
Tou can Just tell by Its healthy,
Stimulating odor, that it to
. going to do you good
"tFI only had some Sloan's Lmi
I ment!" How often you've said
thatl And then when the rheu
matic twinge subsided after hours of
suffering you forgot it!
Don't do it again get a bottle to
day and keep it handy for possible use
tonight! A sudden attack may coma
on scstica, lumbago, sore muscles,
backache, stiff joints, neuralgia, (he
pains and aches resulting from expo,
lire. You'll soon find warmth and re
lief in Sloan's, the liniment that pent
Iralet without rubbing. Clean, econom
Seal. Three sizes iSc, 70c, $1.40
J. T. HALE
Farm Lighting a
DRESS IN CONTRASTS
rhe drew lllnstrated attracts j
ky IU naWe combination of c6n-
ttrasUnf materials finely checked
tissue gingham in rose piu
organdy In lemon color. Narrow!
ruffles serve aa an Interesting dec
orating molif and add a touch of ,
First of all, rheumatism ' must be
treated1 fnurnnlly. The blood should
be purified and the stomach and kid
neys nmde to do their work properly.
Mssase the sore and swollen psrts
at least twice daily with an oil that
will not irritate or Inflame the skin.
Keep the bowels open to help the
lou can vet everything necessary In
the complete Anti-L'rlc outfit, if your
irtno la aiscoiorea or nns a Daa oaor.
the effect of Antl-l'rle Tonle will rive
you an early confidence in the treat
ment The Jar or Antl-Urlo oil will
help proper massags of the painful sur
faces. A supply of the famous I'ullman
i'ills will furnish the correct laxative.
These three preparations contain
only veKetsble Ingredients. All are in
olio gcni-rous. compact pacKage. -jn
price complete is 11.00 and there Is a
mcney back guarantee with every
package. Uct the Anti-Uric outfit to
day from adv.
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Coraf ort, the
on, the prime fact
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Not an atom of
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You will like the
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will find them
m d e r a t e 1 y
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HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Sir Leonard explained that for a long
time the only drug known to be oi
value in leprosy was chaulmnogra oil
which is obtained from- the seed of a
tree that grows in the wild in India.
Hut this oil was. so nauseating that it
was Impossible to administer It in
doses large enough to tie effective.
"The first step in advance" said he,
"was made by Ir. Heiser, the Ameri
can doctor in the l'hillppine Islands,
who injected the oil Intra-muscularly,
and obtained an apparent cure in It
per cent of his cases as the result of a
prolonged course of painful injections.
"It, was at this point that I took up
the work in 1915. I obtained a solu
ble sodium salt of the unsaturated
fatty aclde which form the bulk of tne
oil, and I found that I could Inject
this underneajh the skin or into the
veins safely, cansing less pain, and
with greater effect on the disease.
Reactions occurred with the leprosy
bacilli in the tissues, which has never
been done before..
"Owing to the long Incubation period
of the disease it Is not yet possible to
say that any of the cases are perman
entlycured, u$ we now hn.ve real
grotlndsTtor hoping that this may be
Many to Enter Oratorical Contest
Many members of the dramatic class
es and the public speaking class have
made known their intention to enter
the county oratorical contest to be
held in this city May 6. The tryouts
for those who will represent Pendle
ton high school will be held In assem
bly April IS. Pendleton was success
ful In winning this contest last year
and with the amount of material in
the school they should turn out some
excellent - orators.' Miss Elizabeth
Heverence,' head of the English ftc-
purtment Is in charge.
LARGE LUMBER ORDER
IS SHIPPED TO EGYPT
VANCOUVER. U. C, March 15.
(IT. P.) One of tho largest orders of
lumber ever secured rn liritish Colum
bia was closed when the Canadian
overseas trading company signed to
supply an Alexandria firm represent
ing the Egyptian government with
24.000,000 feet of railway ties. The
first 8,000,000 feet of two shiploads
will leave Vancouver in April on the
Canadian government steamers.
SAVES 100 LIVES
WILLIAM 8UDIETH ,
' Lieutenant William Budieti of
the St. Paul, Minn.. Are depart-'
ment baa eared 10ft lives lal2
Keillor Win Chanipkn.slilp The
senior Indoor baseball team last even
ing won the inter-class Indoor base
ball championship by defeating the
Juniors. The seniors had lost but one
Kame and by defeating the juniors won
the championship. The second game
played last evening was between the
rooks and sophomores in which the
rooks took 'the defeat. The girls of
the classes will begin their games
sometime this week. Coach Richard
K. Hanley has refereed the games
Most of the men wtio played in the
inter-class games will turn - out for
cither track or baseball as Pendleton
plans to have teams in both the
spring sports. - ,
VAUiS AltE STEADY.
rOKTI.AND, March 15. (A. I'.)
Cattle and hogs are steady; sheep
weak, and butter and eggs steady.
'California Syrup of Figs"
Child's Best Laxative
Accept "California" Syrup bf Figs
only look for the name California op
the package, then you are sure your
child Is having the best and most
harmless physio for the little stomach,
liver and bowels. Children love Its
fruity taste. Full directions on each
buttle. Yo" must say "California." ;
ATS H M A
Hundred) of people are as
toniNlird ajxl delighted villi the
quick ami PERMANENT relief
tliey huvo received from the use
of our wonderful new discover,
Asthma and Hay-l"cor, with all
their tortuivs. may now be
BANISHED EOrtEVEH. Tear
out tills announcement and send
at once to
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Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-!
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CRIB AND -PLAYPEN
For the Price of a
Good Crib Alone.
.Think of the econo
my of money, care,
spacein this gleam
ing white -nursery
need! Shelters and
protects baby day and
night indoors and
out at play or asleco
from birth through
- Safety "screened
sanitary wheels thru
doors folds to carry
springs raise and
lower with one mo
Come in see Kiddie-Koop demonstrated in our
Crawford Furniture Co.-
103 E. Court St.
Pendleton, Ore. Phone 498 1
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