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DAILY EAST OSEGONIAN. lSfDLT03f, OREG03T,
WEDNESDAY EVENING, tU&Cll 23, 1621.
Social and Club News I
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l.rXTmH IN'TRREST3 .
Mrdlcvnl literature, which hat form
ed the topic for study in the Delphian
Club during the year, ax HiimnmrlnM
Klrrily afternoon in a very tnterenl
ItiK lecture by Professor l V. Suw
telle, of the Whitman College faculty,
ho poke In the county library club
room under the auspice of the club.
Professor Hawtelle chose aa hia topic
"Kin Arthur in History and Legend,"
and liesldes discussing the literature in
general, gave Illustrative readings of
the early Anglo-Saxon period. Sup
plementing the lecture were delightf ul
vocal numbers by Mrs. Lyman Kice,
with piano accompaniment by Miss
rniillne Rice, and Mra. benjamin l
l'.urroughs, with Mis Gatca at the
Through the courtesy of the club,
memliera of the Federated Club o
Pendleton and members of the Wom
en's Christian Temperance Union were
guest for the lecture and the social
hour which followed. During the
nerving of refreshments, Mrs. C. I.
Iitshop. of Salom. a visitor In the clt
and Mrs. E. B. Aldrich presided at a
tea table centered by golden daffodils
I and feathery ferns. Assisting In serv
inn were "Mra. Laura IX Nash, Mrs. IV
D. Hnyrca, Mrs. J. T. Jtlchardson, Mrs.
S. A. Newberry, Airs, Jennie McMasl
era, Mrs. Lyman Kice and Mrs. U M.
IU ST HEK8 HAVE MEETING
Definite plans for a visit of the locul
Rusy Hces of the Maccabees to iX'ho
Friday evening for the initiation of a
large class were made at a meeting of
the Busy Hees yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. o. O. Kissinger, on
Water street. About ten autoloads ot
local women will make the trip.
At yesterday's meeting, Mrs. P. V.
Dayton w on the priae In an Kuster egg
hunt which was the feature of the aft
ernoon. For the luncheon hour, the
fifty guests present found, their places
at a table charmingly decked, with
chickens, eggs and other Easter fev
ers. VISITORS FROM PILOT ROCK
Professor and Mrs. Russell, of Pilot
Rock, were Pendleton visitors last
M, They attended chapter meeting
of the Eastern Star.
HOPP'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
YOUR , V
Styles that are unusually
chic Prices within reach of
OOt IXWKIt KXPEXSE MEANS IXVlr3t PRICES
1 I MsCWr
THE PENDLETON DRUG CU.
THE REXALL STORE
IH'SHEB CHAPTER M EETS,
Mrs. R. A. Rudd, Mrs. George Stan
gter, -Mrs. J. F. Macy, Mra. M. J. Mar
thel, Mrs. Herman Suhl, Mrs. Lester
Hurst and Mra. Harry Grant were
hostesses last night for a meeting of
liushee chapter, Order of the Eastern
Decorations In green and yellow
were useu ana streamers in the same
shado depended from the eelctroliers
to a table whore Eastern bunnies and
chicks formed a novel motif. ' Mrs.
Riley and Mrs. J. II Parkes presid
ed. For a musical program, J. Rorick
sang two solos, Mrs. Affie B. Hanna
and Ray SJrague sang a duet, piano
solos were played by Mra. J. O. Rus
sell of Pilot Rock and Miss Isabella
Macy and Master Russell sang a solo.
One of the honored guests of the
evening was Paur.ne Moore Riley,
past grand matron of the grand chap
ter of Oregon.
LITTLE DAUGHTER BORN
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Embusk, of
Adams, are the parents of a seven and
a half pound daughter "born yesterday
at She home of Mrs. Leila Taylor of
thla city. The little girl has been
i.anied Florence Elva.
MISS THOMPSON TO A RIVE
Miss Thelma Thompson, of this city,
and Miss Jane Johnson, whose home Is
in Delaware, will arrive tomorrow
from Seattle where they are students
at University of Washington. They
will spend the sprfng vacation at the
home of Miss Thompson's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. S. R. Thompson.
WILL OCCUPY RESIDENCE.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Thompson have
rented the Van Petten residence on
West Court street and will occupy the
new location soon. Their apartment
In the Security Apartments will be oc
cupied by Dr. and Mrs. C. O. Waina
cott, new resident In the city.
MRS. MATLOCK VISITS.
Mrs. Wesley Nl Matlock left today
for Walla Walla where she will spend
a week as the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Emmett Estes. Mr. and Mrs. Es
tes expect to leave soon for Canada
where Mr. Estes will engage In farming.
WILL GO TO ST. LOUIS.
Mr. and Mrs. George Haslett expect
to leave April 1 for St. Louis, Missouri,
and other points, for an extended visit.
During their absence their residence
on Perkins avenue will be occupied by
Mr. and Mra Paul Oatroot.
UNION Td HAVE SOCIAL
The members of the Musicians'
Union will entertain In honor of their
families tomorrow evening at Labor
Temple.' The evening will be spent In
games and refreshments are to be
YOUR EASTER BREAKGA8T
Sea This Picture at the Arcade This Week -.'
We can supply you with the mildest Sugar
.Cured Hams and the finest fresh Ranch Eggs for
your Easter breakfast. '
Swift's Premium Quality
Largest dealers in
Early Blue Mathanic Seed Potatoes
Early Rose Seed Potatoes
Early Ohio Seed Potatoes
Earliest of All Seed Potatoes
Early Carmen Seed Potatoes
Onion Sets, pound, 15c
Complete line of Quality Seeds.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Best
Committee is Holding State
. Meeting ; Preparatory ; to
DANCE IS MARCH 30.
As the first formal dance after
Easter, society Is anticipating the
Shrine ball to be given March 30 at
the Elks temple. ,The party will be
under the auspices of the Rind-Up
Shrine club at Al Kader temple.
WILL VISIT PON.
Mrs. Llna Sturg's will leave on Sun
lay for Boston, Massachusetts, where
she will remain with an extended visit
vith her son. Dr. Cressie Sturgis, res
ident physician at Peter Brent Brig
ham hospital in Boston.
LITTLE GIRL BORN.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. King are the
parents of a little daughter born last
night. The new arrival weighs ten
pounds. Mr. and Mrs. King reside at
511 Blaine street..
CLUB WILL MEET
The Pendleton Women's Club will
"neet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 on
the library club room. Rev. John
Secor, pastor of the Methodist church,
will ba the principal speaker.
SALE TO BE GIVEN
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will
hold an Raster Cooked Food sale on
Saturday at the Nye-Ward Shoe Store
VISIT IV W'ALLA WALLA
Mrs. Earl Dudley and son, Donald.
left thla morning for Walla Walla
where they will spend the day.
ARE IN APARTMENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 13. Pinson have ta
ken up their residence in the Security
I . J ft
For Sale '.
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAM CO.
, Phone 1014-351
WOMAN ACCUSED OF
CONVICT" I SET FREE
PORTLAND, Or., March 23. If no
court warrant is Issued for the rearrest
of a man who has escaped from prison
it is not a crime for his friends to har
bor and conceal him. So ruled Feder
al Judge Bean on Monday In dismiss
ing the charges against Mrs. May Tay
lor who was charged with harboring
James Watson, an escape from Mc
Veils Island. '
Had Tom Word, agent of the-depart
ment of Justice, been armed with
search warrant or a warrant of arrest
when he went after Watson and found
him, then Mrs. Taylor could have been
held under the law, the court uld.
Judge Bean said that the commit
merit which accompanied Watson to
McNtll's island when he was first con
fined there could not be construed as
a warrant or process of arrest.
Watson was sentenced to three
years in the federal prison for while
slavery. He escaped from the prison
after serving about nine months. He
was arrested near Bertha station by
Word, where he Is said to have been
living with Mrs. Taylor. Watson has
been returned to prison.
HARDING HOLD CONKFRKXt E
WAHMWITUN Mirch Ft",
mond Clapper, U. P. Staff Corres
pondent) The President p''
hia sympathy toward the disarmament
proposals during s conference with the
committee of the society of friends, of
Philadelphia. The president, how
ever, made no specific suggestion, but
was emphatic In his belief that noi
disarmament move should be agreed
to which would leave the United 1
CHICAGO, March 3. (A. P.)
Pooling of farmers' grain, either oil a
national or local scale, constitutes the
outstanding feature of the national
cooperating marketing plan proposed
by the committee of seventeen. Chair
man C. H. Guatafaon said here today,
explaining its details.
The committee, whoso full name is
the Farmers' Grain Marketing Com
mittee of seventeen, is holding stale
meetings this month preparatory to a
ratification conference In Chicago
April S. The committee represents
cooperative organizations of formers
interested In grain marketing, promi
nent among them the American Farm
As an alternate to the pooling plans,
farmers may sell direct.
"The national pooling plun calls for
pooling grain with a central agency,
selling by grade and then distributing
the profits equally to each contributor
to the pool." Mr. Gustafson said.
"This would operate to give each pro
ducer the average price for grains of
a certain grade which he contributed
to the pool. It would Insure the pro
ducer the average price for the vear.
Pooling products in this manner has
reached its highest development am
ong the California cooperative (Or
ganization);. "Products so pooled pass out of the
control of the Individual producer and
the grain will be sold by the directors
of the pool at the time that they deem
"Provision is also made for a local
pool by members of a single cfSmmu
nity. In both local and national pools
the controi is centralized and the sell
ing price averaged.
"The direct sale plan allows farm
ers who so desire to bring their grain
to the cooperative elevators and sell
on the current market quotatl.T as Is
done at the present time at privately
owned elevaors. Further, they can
avail themselves of the warehousing-
facilities of the cooperative elevators
and terminals and not sell until week
or months later. Producers who dis
pose of their grain in this manner
share equally In the profits of . the
warehousing facilities. Export cor
poration and othf-r national coopera
tive departments on the basis of the
number of bushels -which they deliver
to the elevators.
''For those farmers who do not wlxh
to enter a pool or to sell direct, there
is anolher avenue of reaching the
m'arketB. One farmer or several farmers-who
have sufficient grain to
make up one or more carloads, may
consign grain by the carload through
the cooperative elevator to cooperative
marketing agencies to be located at
The different terminal markets, such
as Chicago and Minenapolis.' The
grain would then be sold at market
price upon arrival. By handling his
?rain In this manner the farmer will
pay only the actual overhead cost of
"Altogether, wo believe the new
plan is sufficiently broad to allow the:
producer to use his own judgment and
market his products in the way that
he considers best, while, at the same
time, he has-the benefit ( complete
national marketing machine that has
no purpose or excuse for existence but
to protect his interests and rctfirn a
larger per cent of the market value to
hlrh without infringing upon the rights
of hlh consumer customer. On these
three alternative's., the" method ' of
marketing which proves a most sat
isfactory and more nearly returns n
price that will make farmlnir nroflt-
aoie, will be the marketing method
that will develop and increase In pop
"This plan, is, In fact, we believe
but the next orderly step In cooper
ation that the farmers have already
; Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets Get
at the Cause and Remove It
: Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets, the
- substitute for calomel, act gently on the
' bowels and positively do the work.
. People alllicted with bad breath find
, quick relief through taking them.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
vegetable compound mixed' with olive
. oil They act gently but firmly on the
bowels and liver, stimulating tltem to
natural action, clearing the blood, and
purifying the entire system. They do
that which calomel does, without any of
the bad after effects. Take one or two
-, every night for a week and note the
pleasing effect 15c and 30c a box.
undertaken. , Through vuperattve
elevators they are handling today a
great deal of the grain they produce,
but their cooperative effort stops at
the railroad track. With more than
6000 of these cooperative elevators in
operation the foundation is already
laid for a new national marketing
WASHINGTON. March 23. (A. P.)
Another efort probably will be made
to obtain promotion to the rank of
Heutenant general for Major General
Hunter Liggett, who retired from ac
tive service yesterday after having
served as wartime commander of the
First Army corps and later of the first
-fcecretar jVeeks said today he was
very favorably Inclined toward re
warding General Liggett for his dis
tinguished war service. ,
Easter Apparel for
Your careful comparison will be more convincing
as to the splendid values than any statement we
might make. ;
There Was Nothing So Good
for Congestion and Colds
S . .m ...
cur we old-fashioned mustard.
iwraniea ana blistered while it
un mo reiiei ana help that
inustard plasters gave, without the
plaster and without the blister.
Musterole does It It is a dean,
hite ointment, made with oil ot mus
Urd. It is scientifically prepared, so
that It works wonders, and vet does
not blister the tenderest skin.
Gently massage Musterole in with tha
finger-tips. See how quickly It brings re.
lief how speedily the pain disappears.
Use Musterole for sore throat, bron
chitis, tonsilitis, croup, stiff neck,
asthma, neuralgia, headache, conges
tion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lumbago,
pains and aches of the back or joints,
sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chil
blams, frosted feet, colds of the chest
Ot often prevents pneumonia).'
35c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00
POLISH STATESMEN ARE
TRYING TO FIND WAY
TO BUILD UP A FLEET
WARSAW, March 23. (A. P.)
PullBh statesmen are trying to tlnd a
way to build up a fleet of merchant
vessels to ply the seven seam. Pushed
hack from the salt water when Poland
lost her Independence and was parti
tioned by Prussia, Russia and Austria,
the new republic, by the treaty of
Versailles, was granted an outlet to
The Polish government la atdlag the
private concerns to finance the opera
tion of several vessels plying chief)
between English, French' and Holland
ports. . Other firms are extending the
service lo America.
Poland's ministry of war has Just
purchased four monitors as the foun
dation of the Vistula fleet. Six' tor
pedo boats, assigned to Poland by the
council of ambassadors; formerly hav
ing been a part of Germany's naval
forces, are now undergoing repairs In
A navy bureau of the ministry of
trado and Industry has been formed
by the polish government and a naval
school has been established at Tchef,
or Toxew (Polish spelling) on the Vis
tula just outside the limits of the free
city of Dunslg. The course of the
academy Is to be conducted along lines
of modern English naval schools, an
English naval mission having spent
some time In Poland assisting the new
government In Inaugurating Its program.
Humor Conio to the Surface In tha
spring as in no other season. They
don't run themselves all off that way,
however, but mostly remain In the sys.
tcm. Hood's Marsnparilla removes
them, wards off danger, makes good
health sure. '
GRAPE FRUIT BARGAIN
BLACK DIAMOND BRAND FLORIDA GRAPE
FRUIT, VERY BEST QUALITY, FOR
2 for 25c
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 183
739 Main Street
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This is your opportunity." My special representative Mr. Matthews is in the
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When you are down town, drop in and see me at Crawford Furniture Co.
States nsvy at a disadvantage, '