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LF.CTTRR 18 TONIGHT.
The majority or Pendleton's repre
sentative women will rather tonight
at the library rlub room to hear Mrs.
JyOulM Van Ogle, who under the aus
' f.lcee of tht various Federated club
f th city will lecture on "tautse,"
Carpentler' French opera which is
now a favorite with the New York
Mr. Van Of la, who -will arrive in
Pendleton Ihla afternoon to lecture
thin evening, tomorrow afternoon and
tomorrow evening. I a woman or
renaming personality and wonderful
Interpretive power. Her lectures are
equal successes from both literary and
Mrs. H. W. Dickson, president, of the
Thursday Afternoon Club which or
sanitation Is responsible for bringing
Mrs. Van Ogle to the city, will intro
duce the speaker. The lecture to
night and tomorrow night will begin
at t o'clock while the Friday after
noon . lecture Is scheduled for 3
o'clock. The three lectures are In the
nature of a benefit, ai the proceeds
are to be devoted to defraying the ex
penses of the State Federation con
vention to be held here May SI and
June 1 and 2.
HN.OPA, ENJOYS MEETING.
Members of the Royal Neighbors of
America enjoyed a meeting Tuesday
evening In the I. O. O. F. hall. A so
cial evening was spent and the fol
lowing program given: Readings.
Miss Hope Kewcomb. Miss Ruth I .es
ter. Miss Alleen Elder. Mrs. Delilah
Wright and Mrs. Ida Elder; piano so
lo. Mis Lester; instrumental solo.
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ROLLED OATS. . - i
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN-CO.
Miss Mildred fibre!; vocal solo, Mrs.
Ava Edwards with piano accompani
ment by. Mrs. Harry McFarliUid; dia
logue. Miss Elder and Miss Opal
Reeves, and orchestra numbers by
jMr. and Mrs. liert McDonald.
PROFESSOR W1U, I.KCTfjRE.
rroiessor U W. Rjmtelle, a mem
ber of the Whitman College faculty,
will lecture In Pendleton March JS at
S p. m. In the library club room un
der the Auspices of the Delphian
Club, His topic will be the "Arthuri
an Legend." Delphian Club members
will t hostesses to all members of
the Federated Clubs of the city and to
memberr of the Women's Christian
Temperance Vnion for the even
MRS. JCAPH RETCRNS.
Mrs. Laura D. Nash has returned
after an extended visit in California.
Mrs. Nash visited In San Francisco,
Oakland, Long Beach, Los Angeles
and Santa Ana. She spent several
weeks with Miss Ella Mar . Harmon.
formerly of this city, who Is now
teaching household economics In a
Los Angeles high achooj.
MRS, BIErIN3 VISITS.
Mrs. William A. Breding, of Walla
Walla. and little daughter, Urdene Al
Jouise, arrived last night In Pendleton
arid are guests of Mrs. Breding's moth
er. Mrs. Charles J-Hamtlton, 805 Aura
street. . Mrs. Bredlng was formerly
Miss Edna Hamilton of Pendleton.
She will visit other relatives also while
here- . , .
here now as many are doing
you a pick from a complete range
models. - '
NEW SUITS AT $35, $49.50, $5d.S0
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CLl'B WILL MEET.
Mrs. Wesley Matlock and Mrs. Will
McCormmach will be hostesses for a
meeting of the Delphian Club on Sat
urday afternoon In the library club
LEAVE FOR PORTLAND . V
Miss Hatel and Miss Esther Jenklnn
left today for Portland where they will
make their future home. They will at
tend school there, i
SOCIAL MEETING POSTPONED
The special meeting of the Mcl'her
son Circle No. S3, Ladies of the G. A.
K, has been postponed until next week.
The meeting was scheduled for today,
BALL TO BE GIVEN.
Members of the Itound-Up Shrine
Club, of Al Kador temple, will be hosts
April 3 for a formal dancing party at
the Elks club. Shrinera from the va
rious towns of Umatilla coynty and
from Walla, Walla, with' their ladles,
will be guests. The event promises to
be one of the largest of the social af
fairs planned for after Lent.
D. OF H. HOLDS MEETING.
The Degree of Honor met yesterday
at the I. O. O. F. hall for. a i social
meeting, the hours being spent In
.tewing and conversation. The host
esses were Mrs. Carrie Dale, Mrs. Ag
nes Williamson, Mrs. Beulah Buffing
ton, Mrs. Anna McConnell, Mrs. Anna
Edmonds, Mrs. Lieualla Hampton aid
Mrs. Olive Allen. - For the serving of
refreshments, a St. Patrick's Day mo
tif was effectively used. ,
CONVENTION TO BE HELD.
Pendleton members of the Rebekah
lodge, assisted by Helix members, will
have as their guesty next Wednesday
the members of the various Rebekah
lodges in the couty, the occasion be
ing the district convention of the or
der. It will be held in the I. O. O. F.
hall. Mrs. Ethel Fletcher, state presl.
dent, will be here for the convention.
Mrs. Nettle Whetstone, state vice
president. Is a prominent member of
the local lodge. '
MISS TERRILL ENTERTAINS.
Miss Viola Terrlll waa hostess last
evening for an informal party at her
home on' Willow stree. The evening
was spent with cards and music and
later refreshments were served, the
hostess being assisted by Mrs. W. J.
Bowers and Mrs. Inex Boyce. A St
Patrick's Day motif waa used charm
ingly Jn decorating the rooms. Guests
for the affair were: Miss Gertrude
Jones. Miss Helen McKenzie. Miss
Helen German. Miss Ixria Rouch, 'Miss
Enla Simpson, Miss Edna Bloomqulst,
Miss TUlie Bloomqulst, Miss Ida Eld-
ridge, Miss Alice Greenawald, Mrs.
Theo. Rollins; Mrs. M. C. Fine. Mrs.
Inez Boyce and Mrs. W. J. Bowers.
U. S. SENDS NOTE TO
ABIDE BY DECISION
Expects Her to Indicate Inten
tion to Comply With Request
in Boundary Settlement.
WASHINGTON. March 17. (U. P.)
An urgent demand that the Panama
government immediately settle . the
boundary dispute with Costa Rica was
made by the United States In a not
despatched to Panama Tuesday and
made oublic by state .department to
day. The note insists ! that Panama
abide by the boundary decision of
Chief Justice White and that the "rai
ted States would view with apprehen
ston a continuance of dispute which
has already given rise to hostilities
and loss of life.'' The note concludes
with an assertion that the United
States expects Panama to Indicate de
rflnitely her Intention to comply with
the representations of this govern
ment, t ,.
MAY HAVE LARGER COIX.
' flTT WA. March 17. A. P.l
Canada's much maligned five cdnt
niece, the smallest coin In the Domin
ion, may be replaced by a coin twice
shall be iven -
Wa the Biblical rerakm of ear
nodefn saying : " Nothing ane
eeds like moots." So It was
wlta Sr. Pleroe, of Saflalo, H.T.,
wbo, over SO years ago, gave to
the world Prescription which
ha never been equalled a a
tonic for the weaknesses of
women. Many women In every
kamlet, town or city will gladly
testify that Or. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription did them a world of
good. Ask your neighbor.
Another of this great phytl.
elan' sueceiutful remedies is
known a Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and, like the
PrescrlpUon, ll now sold by
drogglsui everywhere, In both
liquid and tablets. This medi
cine was a luces from the
tart, for the lift of men and
women all over the universe
who have uccea(ully nsed It
fur iBdlgntkm and a a blood
tonic and fratein hulldir, make
an amsii ng total of thousands.
Australian i Jam
High Grade Pure Fruit, Jam in Peach, Plum,
Quince, Raspberry and Apple, Blackberry.
WHILE IT LASTS, Can 15c
Salted Peanuts, 8 pounds ;.c.....,...;.:..:..-..50c
Nabisco, package ..... ...15c
Golden Rod Washing Powder, 2 packages........55c
Country Butter, 2 pounds ...90e
Ranch Eggs, dozen -30c
Table Peaches, tin .'. ...v'...:.....i..25c
Table Apricots, tin ................;........-..:......25c
Bulk Nut Putter, pound .....20c
Bulk Macaroni from hard wheat, 2 pounds 25c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
V 3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
its aie, corresponding to the Ameri
can nickel. Sir Henry Drayton, mln
later of finance, gave notice to the
house of commons today that he
would propose the change. '
LIQUOR WHOLESALERS .
' WASHINGTON. March 17. (A. P.)
A ban prohibiting the withdrawal ot
whisky from 'banded warehouses Inso
far am Its affects the retail druggists
will be lifted April 1. Liquor whole
salers ore not Included and they must
go out of business about May 16th.
YEAR BY STANDARD OIL
SACRAMENTO. March 17. (U. P.)
That the Standard Oil made 116,-
000,000 last year during the ' "gasoline
shortage" waa admitted by Mark U
Rocqua, former oil administrator, who
appeared at the capital to fight three
measures. , ,
SVBMABIXB STRIKES REEF
WESTERLY. R. 1., March 17 (A.
P.) Submarine N-2. struck a reef
near here and went high and dry on
the rocks. lieutenant Farmer and his
crew of 15 men remained aboard.
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES
Girls' Games to Begin The girls'
indoor baseball games will begin as
toon as the weather will permit play
ing outside. The games cannot be
played In the gymnasium as the track
men will use it each evening during
(.rack season. The track men receive
several minutes workout In the gym
each evening before going out on the
field. Miss Eva Hansen will have
charge of the series.
Akey With Glee Club Russel Akey
an alumnus of Pendleton high school
is with the Whitman College Glee
Club which will appear In concert at
the high school auditorium in this city
on March 23. Young Akey sings first
base in the club and is also a member
of the orchestra, which will accom
pany the club on their tour.- Thl Is
Akey's second year in college. He is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Akey
of this city. . , - - :
, Berkeley in Sophomore Play Nor
borne Berkeley, Jr., a graduute of
Pendleton high, school last year la a
member, of the sophomore play cast at
Whitman College. Young Berkeley
will portray the part of Police Officer
O'Brien In the play "Stop Thief"
which Is to be presented at the Keylor
Orand Theatre soon. . The cast was
chosen from more than fifty people
who tried for the parts. The same
play was presented by the senior class
of the a Grande high school a few
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state and give the order to some Ore
gon industry." In closing, the letter
asks Mr. Dunning to "bear In mind
that our only Interest Is for the state
of Oregon and Its unemployed at this
A copy of a letter from the slate
board of control of Washington In
forming the Associated Industrie that
the state of Washington gives prefer
ence to home made products and doe
not encourage bid from manufactur
er outside the state, Is also quoted In
the'contentlon of the Associated In-1
dustries. .... -
(Continued from page 1.)
benefits from the new program will
be widespread. j
Secretary C. I. Rarr Is now actively
st work on his new duties and Is to
day preparing cards to be displayed
In local business houses and offices set
ting forth that no contributions will be
mi rie. to funds not favorably paswd
upon by the board of managers. Mr.
Hurr will also be the treasurer of the
association and will have the services
of a stenographer.
TOO LATEJ0 CLASSIFY
FOR BAhR Reed baby buggy first
clam condition Phone 504-W. .
WAXTBD A small fiifnlshed apart
ment with bath. Phone 110.
FOR BALK -Dayton bicycle In food
' condition. 1'hon
MUST QUIT BUSINESS
INGROWN TOE NAIL
TURNS OUT ITSELF
A noted authority says that a tew
drop of "Otitgro" upon the skin sur
rounding the Ingrowing nail reduces!
Ihtlitmtnojlon and pain and, so tough-
ens the tender, sensitive skin under
neath the toe nail, that It can not pene.
trate the flexh, and the nail turns nat
urally outward alpiost over night.
'OutRTo" is a harmless, antiseptlo
manufactured for rbiropodlsts. How
ever, anyone can get from the drug
store a tiny bottle containing direc
BY CHARLES EDWARD HOGUE
(United Press Staff . Correspondent)
HARBIN, Manchuria. (By Mail.)
War Is brewing In the Far East and
it may not be without grave Import In
the United States.
Of course Wars of a certain kind
are novelty out Ifere, but the Impend
ing conflict promises' to go far' be
yond the less serious affairs the East
has come to call wars and which have
kept Siberia, Manchuria and China in
a constant turmoil for years.
Japan and Red Russia are at each
other's throat. The final clash may
come at any moment. Again, It may
be avoided sincere patriots In each
country are doing their utmost - to
prevent another Russo-Japanese war.
But the outlook is not bright.
The first signs of Spring will un
doubted ly see a development, one way
or the other. In the problem.
General Takayanagl, Japanese chief
of staff in Siberia, has admitted the
gravity of the situation. He said In
an interview that he had heard of
plans in soviet Russia for an attack
on the Japanese, but that he did not
wish to consider them as authornod
But he added: "Japan Is ready."
It Is known that the Chita govern
ment has received word from jlcocr.
to take a more aggressive at and
against Japan and China. Three rea
sons for this order are apparent
1 Closing of the Manchurlan bor
der has been a severe blow to the
2 Condition In Pd Pnsla m""'
the re-opening of trade relation! with
other Eastern nation of vital Import'
1 Leaders of, the soviet fear the
dissolution of the Red army, unless It
can be. employed In another war,'
There are. reports, how true they
are can only be speculated on, that
union Is being formed between Ata
man fiemonoff, Chang To-!in, who Is
probably China's strongest militarist,
and the . Japanese high command at
Mukden. If these stories are correct
a concerted drive against the Reds In
Siberia may begin .early . this spring,
Reports have It that. Chang Tso-lilt
has agreed to restore to the Hemenoff
and Kappel armies the arms and am'
munition which was taken from them
"California Syrup of Figs'
; Child's' pest Laxative '
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If you are looking for something Bmart and "differ
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Your desires may be easily fulfilled by an early In
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when they were driven across the
Manchurlan border by the then vic
In the meantime, comparative
peace reigns In China. The Southern
faction Is holding a session of parlia
ment at Canton while the Chllnltes,
who deposed the Anfu military party
at Peking, continue their reign In the
north. Both have Inactive armies In
the field. The only battles being
fought are skirmishes between roving
guerilla bands. ,
M.tnS TOO AFFECTIONATE
LONDON. (By Mall to United
Press.) It's all wrong to assign only
war-like attributes to Mars, say Brit
ish aMronnmers. That planet, la far
too affectionate for little 1'hohos, the
!-mlle lit diameter Marltan mOon.
They calculate mathematically that
Phobus cannot continue to resist the
tremendous tidal strain which Mars U
exerting upon It. Some savant predict
that It will fall to pleren and the frg-
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