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DAILY EAST 0HEG0N1AN, FENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 25, 1021.
Social and Club News
TODAY IS GOOD KHIDAY.
ISecaue today la Good Friday, till
Social calendar holds practically no
event. Attendance at church and
reparation for Kaster occupies the
lima ot Pendleton women.
Tomorrow, tfettiirday, will hfi the fi
nal day for Kaster shopping. To meet
the demand of the buy anoiier, So
cial alorea have charming spring dis
play, and aeveral Pendleton church
societies will hold benefit sales to
morrow. The I-ndles Aid of the Presbyterian
church will hold a cake Bale at the
Nve-Ward Shoe atore during tomorrow.
Aprons and rooked food will tie or- j
rerea iy me girut 01 rn. Agnes uuna.
Church of the Itedotrner, at their sale
- which oena tomorrow morning at 10
o'clock In Alexander's department
The Ladle Aid of the Christian
church will aeJI cooked food at the
('will Market tomorrow. The sale will
open in the morning and continue dur
ing the day.
P.EV. RKCOIl SPEAKS.
"Americanism," was the theme for
an Interesting talk by Ilev. John St-c-or,
pastor of the Methodist church, at
meeting of the Tendleton Woman's
Club, yesterday afternoon In the II-
Ing the year and his tulk marks the
lift on the subject this year as the
organization will devote Itself to
other subjects during the coming sea
son. Ilev. Secor, In apeuklng of the
"stranger within our gates," urged
that Americans use every effort In
making loyal cUiscns of foreigners.
For a charming musical program,
Mrs. Maud Wood yard sang two de
lightful songs, "The Swallows" (Cow
an) and "Kockln' in the Wind" (Neid
linger), with Mrs. A. J. Owen ac
companying her. Mrs. J. II. McCook
sang a group of songs which were
much enjoyed. "Iiove's Harden of
Roses" (Hayden-Wood) and "Which-"
(Thomas J. Hewitt), with Mrs. K. K.
Averill at the piano. A community
sing was held also and closed the pro
miring the social hour, Mrs. Mc
Cook and Mrs. Woodyard presided at
a tea table beautifully decked with
daffodils and ferns. They were assist
ed by the hostesses, Mrs. It. H. Horn.
Mrs. Kulph Hassell, Mrs. James Heat,
Mrs. Jessie Helstand, Mrs. Harry lien
son and Airs. Owen.
"KID" .PARTY IS SUCCESS.
Juvenile attire was the feature of a
delightful "kid" party last night when
Mrs. Edgar Thompson entertained at
her home for the Jolly Nine. Youth-
brary club room. "Americanism" ful frocks, flowing curls, pig-tail
has been the topic for the club dur- braids and fluffy bows were In evl-
, i.1 ; ; ,. . .
Horr's ursTAins shop
Styles that are unusually
chic Prices within reach of
, OCR LOWKIl EXPENSE MEANS LOWER PRICES
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Directions for Use '..;':..''
For the dormant spray against Sah Jose,
Oyster Shell, Scurfy Scale and Peach Leaf Curl,
use twelve to fifteen pounds of Dry Lime-Sulphur
to fifty gallons of water.
Special price in 100 pound kegs
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
BLUE SPRING BARLEY.
UMATILLA FLOUR & GRAIN CO.
denre, and during the evening young
sters' games were ployed and each
guest gave a recitation.
Lavender and yellow formed an
Easter color scheme and the luncheon
table waa centered by an Kaster Illy,
with baskets of candy eggs and chick
ens at each place. Hesldes club mem
bers, the guests for the evening were
Mrs. Harry Thompson, Mrs. Agnes
Dohnert, Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, Mrs.
Ida Olson and Mrs. Sylvia Walters, of
GUESTS AT DHAPER HOME.
Mrs. 10. O. lraper and Mrs. Ilen
Kaatrldge were hostesses to 35 mom
lira of the W. W. .V. club of the
Christian church at the Draper home
Daffodils lent a spring like atmos
phere to the living and dining rooms
which soon resembled a busy millinery
shop, the guests being furnished gaily
colored crepe paper with which to
make up-to-date "Easter bonnets."
The varied display of distinctive mil
linery prompted the "Style Show"
that followed, , - .1 i
The prize winning bonnet was de
signed by Jack Winer with Mrs. J. N.
Scott as model for . the quaint poke
bonnet of delicate rose and Harding
The first prize for the gentlemen
was won by Kev. W. A. Oressman who
was stunning In a jocky cap of lemon
yellow and a huge bow tie of apple
green which Mrs. Rex Gray designed.
Guessing contests and music fur
nished further amusement after which
aainty r.asier refreshments were
MISS HASCALL WEDS.
Miss Stella Hascall and William H.
Catiett of Pine Grove, were united In
marriage yesterday afternoon at the
Presbyterian manse with Rev. George
1- Clark, pastor, officiating. Thf
bride chose for her wedding gown o
charming frock of white taffeta. Mr.
and Mrs. James Hascall. prominent
ifnatllla county people who are the
parents of the bride, were present at
the wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Catiett
HI make their home on a farm In
the Pine Grove region. ' .
TP KXTHRTAIX CLUB MEMBERS
Members of the University of Ore
gon Girls' Glee Club, to sing Jn Pen.
dleton March 31 at the high schorl
auditorium, will be entertained In lo
cal homes during their, stay In the
city The members of the club will
arrive here Thursday noon and will de-
pat i Friday morning. - i
MR. AND MRS. DAVIS WILL VISIT.
Mr. and Mrs. William H. L. Davis, of
Fottiand, will arrive this evening from
I rtland to spend Easter with Mr.
.ind Mrs. Jess Saling. Mr. Davis waa
formerly employed by the O.-W. R. A
N. Co. here.
TO RETCRN" FROM PORTLAND.
Mrs. Balfe Ulrich and little daugh
ter, and Mrs. Ulrich's father-in-law,
Frank Ulrlsh, will return tonight aft
er visit in Portland. ,
MVST MAKE CHANGES.
WASHINGTON, March 25. Re
sumption of trade relations with soviet
Russia depends upon the satisfactory
assurance that fundamental changes
are contemplated for the protection of
persons and property, said Secretary:
Hughes in his message to tho soviet
representatives at Reval.
3 ' r
v"iktti i-ianncu iae people oi
renaieton will get a chance to a
what Pendleton high schooj has been
doing In music for the last year when
Don't Fool With a Cold
' (From the New york, 8un.)
We must repeat our warning against
pneumonia, the most dangerous dis
ease that prevails In this city, and
which Is extraordinarily prevalent at
this time. Be on guard at all times
against taking cold. Look out for it, if
you take It. Gladstone used to go to
bed and send for a doctor whenever
he had a cold and consequently be got
well In a very short time. "The Sun"
is right and their warning should be
heeded. For . colds. Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy is excellent. It alwayr
cures and Is pleasant to take. Person?
Past middle age should go to bed and
take this remedy until recovered.
For a Bad Cold
Chamberlain's Cousrh Remedy is
certain cure for bad colds, It acts on
nature's plan, relieves the lungs, aldp
expectoration, opens the secretions and
aids nature in freeing the system of all
symptoms of the cold, it la not a pal
liative that sample gives relief: It cures.
TlM-jr Make You Feel Good
The pleasant purgative effect ex.
perlenced by those who use Cham
berlain's Tablets and the healthy con
dition of body ond mind which the
create makes on feel Joyful.
What You Need for Constipation
When -troubled wlth " constipation',
what you need Is a remedy that will
produce a tree movement of the how
els. A remedy that Is mild and gentle
In Its action. . A remedy that leaver
the bowels In a natural and healthy
condition. A, remedv that Is easy anfl
ileasant to take. Chanfberlaln's Tab
lets meet all of these conditions. Try
them and see for yourself. They only
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tefii K St may be conflicting, but
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rfi ;diciNG business.
Fresh Strawberries today Plee order early
Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen 25c
Ranch Butter, 2 pounds ..- 90c
Winesap Apples, extra fancy, box $3.25
Winesap Apples, fancy, box....... ....$2.50
Yellow Newton Apples, extra fancy, box......$3.00
Swift's Premium Hams, highest grade, pound..40c ,
Country Bacon, extra nice, pound ..........,.....35c
Country Shoulders, pound :..........25c
Stanfield Brick Cheese, pound .., 45c
Phez Cider, gallon jar ...,.$1.50
' Full line of Seed Potatoes, onion sets, garden
and flower seeds.
Everything good for Easter
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Beat
Rheumatism Comes i
From Tiny Pain Germs I
First of all. get it firmly fixed in
your mind that all the linimenU
in the world have no effect what
ever on Bheumatism.
A very common form of Bheu
matism ii caused by millions of
tiny disease germs which infest the
blood. The one and only sensible
treatment, therefore, is one which
cleanses the blood of these germs,
and routs them entirely out of the
This is why S.S.S, the greatest'
known blood purifier Is to success
ful in the treatment of Rheuma
tism. It is a powerful cleanser of
the blood, and will remove the dis
ease germs that cause your Rheu
matism, affording relief that is
8.S.S. is sold by all druggists.
Free literature and medical advice
can be had by writing to Chief
Medical Adviser. 154 Swift Labora
tory, Atlanta, Ga.
the boys and girls glee clubs with the
high school orchestra will present a
concert in April at the high school
auditorium. The three directors of the
music department are now busily at
vrorlc on the concert. The orchestra
under the direction of Bert A. McDon
ald will render several selections dur
ing the evening. The girls' glee club
which has given several successful
concerts In previous years will present
neveral of the best numbers that have
teen available. Mrs. a H. Forshav,
is in charge. She has had charge ot
the girls glee club for several years
and has trained a good many soloists,
who will appear In the concert. The
boys .glee club will make their first
appearance In public at that time. In
previous years I'endleton high school
has never had a boys' glee club, so that
this year's concert will not only set a
precedent but will prove to the city
'hat a successful toys' glee club can
be made from the Itigh school. The
boys have prepared six numbers which
they will give as their part of the en
tertainment. A quartet may be form
fd to sing durine the evening. De
void Olson of 'Walla Walla and Pen
dleton is director. The concert will
fill an entire evening and will be un
der the direction of the student body
As yet no certain date has been set, bu
t is thought that April 20 will be tht
A good looking suit, which is also practical and
reasonably priced is especially desirable at this time.
It would be difficult to find suits more smartly tail
ored, of better qualities and with the additional
touch of attractive trimmings than these.
i Science Teacher Absent from School
C. B. Harrlshead of the science de
partment, has been absent from school
for several days, lie Is now in Milton
where he was called by the serious
illness of his mother. Mr. Harris
plans to return, to his classes Monday.
Principal Austin Landrcth and Ro
Hammerslcy are substituting for Mr.
A TOOTH PASTE
MUST BE RIGHT
You cannot clean your teeth with
talcum powder:- it Is too fine. You
would not brush your teeth with
and; it scratches and cuts. .
Is scientifically ground to the proper
consistency, . '
It cleanses. It does not scratch the
enamel or cut the gums.
You'll like the flavor.
1 Price 23c
The Drug Store Tliat Serves You Heat.
"Once a Trial Always Kyai"
A dress appropriate for sit oc
casions Is this one, fashioned of
Morocco crepe or one of the other
Ilk crepati popular this season.
The waist Is In simple basque ef
fect, taken in little from the
low waist line with a tapering
dart at side front There are me
dallions of contrasting color la,
I he same kind of material set In
y hemstitching. The skirt is
formed of two widths of material
with twa-lnrh tucks running hori
zontally. The pockets are formed
of one Inch tucks and satin rib
bon similar to that used to form
a narrow belt sad roiette round
the waist line.
8MYRNB, Asia Minor. (By Mall to
United Press.) Oreece may extend
her boundaries on paper so as to
include proctlcally all of the ex-Turkish
Levant; she may occupy the entire
coastline of the Aegean and Marmora
seas, with the active or noncommital
assistance of tho allies, but the Ionic
dreamed of Hellenitatlon of the for
mer Bysantlne Empire is a virtual im
possibility. This Is the firm conviction of en
lightened and - unprejudiced Greek
and entente officials in Smyrna today.
The situation in the city of Bmyrne,
for Instance, Is pointed to as an ex
ample, of what the Greeks are up
against, t-myrne has a population.
roughly1 estimated at 250,000. Of this
number fully one-third -are pure
Turkish. Greeks, Americans and
Jewd. evenly divided, make up the
other two-thirds, including, ol course,
the scattering ot Europeans and Le
vantines. With the fatalism of his race, the
native Turk has resigned himself to
his fate. He realizes that the Otto
man empire, so far as Smyrne is con
cerned, Is no more. He has seen the
sultan gradually and Irrevocably
pushed back, back, back, Into Asia the
past two decades. After ten years of
war, the average Mussel man Is not
sorry. However, he will not co-operate
with the invaders. He accepts the
present state of affairs because it is.
So far as the Turk Is concerned, the
Ireek are not worried. , They have
seen the . Mohammedans gradually
forced out of Greece, Macedonia,
Thrace and Bulgaria. Civilization
and the Turk do not mix. In a few
years they expect the overflow from
old Greece and the Islands to crowd
out the'natlve. They point to Eng
land's Colonial policies as an example
and justify their aspirations under the
March of Civilization."
It is the Levantine, the renegade
Grek, the Armenian and the Jew that
is (he unasslmllatable factor In this
part of the world. The Levantine
alone is enough to discourage those
who hope to see Smyrna and the Asia
Minor coastline become purely Hel
lenic again Jf It ever was. Kon-na-
tlonnl and usually multi-racial, the Le
vantine owes allegiance to no country
and refuses to recognize the authority
of none. Under the Ottoman rule he
was virtually unmolested. Under in-
ter-alied control- he expects a sort of
millenlum, with maximum privileges
and a minimum of obligations and re
We don't want more liberty, ' we
want more money for pur olive oil," Is
the context of an actual message re
ceived by King Constantino In Athens,
shortly after, his return, when he
piomised revision of the ' constitution
oir.ng more democratic lines.. . -
For That Easter
Breakfast and Dinner
The TABLE SUPPLY is bending every effort to
have for its many customers a full menu of fitting'
goodies for Easter. A peep fnto our window will
give you the desired incentive to make your Easter
meals a full and fitting success for the occasion.
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dye worn shabby skirts, waists, dresses,
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woo), silk, linen, cotton or mixed
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Congoleum rugs are not "ordinary linoleum kind, al
though they may be somewhat similar in construction.
For they wear better' than any linoleum you can buy
; and as they come in neat oriental designs they can be
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enough to lie flat on the floor. ,
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of covering your floors. ) '
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