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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22, 1921.
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Social and Club News
MKKTINO 18 IMI'OUTANT.
The nwd of the city of Pendleton
for ii1 J it lotui t revenue In rarrvlng on
the rlty water system was Riven by 4.
';' llrown, member of the city ttmcr
roiiimliwlon, as the munn for ;he in
frenwil water rates, when he pok
at the Pendlelon Women'! t'llib im
Mr. Mrnwn Vortied oit thnt the new
mlnlmntn price of tl.Ko for 3,Irt3 snl
lon. nn 8fi per cent incr'ase over the
former price of $1 for 6000 pillions
Wuh tiereMary if the cit. Is to tir :
evpenwu. Thene, he said, amount to'
nbont isa.nou a enr. The recent de
rliOon to ue $26, (mo for extra work Is
otitnUle of this sum. he stated.
The price of milk Is higher In I'cn
dleton than In 1'orth.nd because thttt
flty's dealers re waiting; a milk fiKlit,
K. h. Mytlntrer declured In .'in !.lk
yesterday at the club. He tinted that
v hilij l indleton housewives-now i.y
H ci-nts a quart while Portland con
fc'ir..em pay but 11 tents a iu:ul, nc
expects that within a few months the
Portland price will be increased. I.o
rul dairymen, he said, have no pastur
Be for cows and are still paying; Mich
prices for feed. He gave this as an
, other reason for hiRh milk prices and
declared that when the present sup
ply of high priced feed is exhausted,
the cost of milk will come down.
An excellent address by l.t. -Colonel
Charlti Wellington Furlong was the
feature of the afternoon. Colonel
Furlong, who has traveled extensively
and who Is a noted lecturer, chose
"Americanism" as his theme and ex
pressed himself in favor of some
league of the various nations of the
world. He stated his opinion that the
lulled States should unite with other
nations In solving problems of the
post-war period, and said that Kuro
poan nations expected a nation that
sent two million soldiers to fight In
the war to give aid also in solving
peace time problems.
Immigration, Colonel Furlong be
lieves, should be controlled and If
need lw, done away with for a lime.
He said that respect was due the for- (
eigner who comes to America with
the same purpose as did our fore
fathers, but that hyphenated Amer-j
leans should not be tolerated.
.Mrs. Henry l'ixon Jones, Mrs.
James Johns, Sr., Mrs. Charles Greu
lloh, Mrs, James H. Kste. Mrs.
Charles Heard, Mrs. James Hill and
Mrs. William iJoertecke wtre liostca..
es for the afternoon. During the tea
hour. Mrs. 8. It. Thompson and Mrs. j
W. K. Hrock presided at a table pret
tily centered with tulips and apple-blofsoms.
SF5COXD IX SERIES
For the second In a series of after
noon bridge parties. Mrs. Liee Moor
house. Mrs. H. K. Bickers, Mrs. Minnie
Stlllman, Mrs. J. T. Richardson and
Sirs. A. I- Schaefer were hostesses at
the home of Mrs. Moorhouse. Ten
I uiuirs n iiriuKe were in pmy minus
the hours of-the afternoon, hign score
trophies being won by Mrs. Edwin
Winter and Mrs. Henry Collins. Sev
eral additional guests called during the
ii o v v ' a i l'siAiiis shop
819.75 and $29.75 .
Taffeta, Tricolette, Satin and
A special purchase of sizes 16,
18 and 36. Values up to 845.00.
819.75 and 829.75
THE SHOP OF BETTER VALVES
SATURDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF OUR
Rexall lc Sale
Get your share prof it by this great bargain of
fer. Many families are purchasing a year's sup
ply during this sale.
THE PENDLETON DIG CO.
SOCIETY HAS MEETING
The Missionary society of the Rap
tist church met yesterday afternoon in
the reception rooms of the church
with Mrs. F. I. Xlcholls, Mrs. Mason
Thompson and Mrs. A. H. Cox as hos
tesses. For a program of Interest, the
themo was "Hurma." Mrs. A, F. May
gave a talk on "Judson College"; Mrs.
Riley spoke on "Carrying Out the
Great Commission by Healing:" Mrs.
Marsh read a paper, "The Pastor's
Wife of Slnlum:" Mrs. Mason Thomp
son told of the work of Missionary
Rockwcod In Burma and Mrs. W. R.
Wyrick; save Information regarding
the size and population of Rurma. A
duet, "In the Secret of His Presence,"
'Mas sung by Mrs, Nichols and Mrs.
PARTY IS ENJOYED.
About sixty Pendleton young peo
ple attended a meeting of the W. W.
W. Club held last night following
choir practice at the Christian church.
Guests were divided Into six groups
known as the "scrubs,"' "dubs," "fats,"
"slims," "knockers," and "boosters,"
and each group presented an original
stunt. The "knockers," of which
James Phillips Is captain, won rlie
prize with a realistic barber shop
t-cene. Other stunts showed the
school room with its mischievous pu
pils, and a baseball game managed by
Harvey McPherson with Miss Dorothy
Lotz as umpire.
A humorous reading, "Michael Sny
der's Party," In dialect, toy Rev, W. A.
Uressman, was much enjoyed, as was
the "pipe organ" selection by Joseph
Later In the evening refreshments
were served, preceded by a business
meeting at which several two-minute
talks having as their theme, "Pushing
Ahead for the Good of the Church,"
MRS. FRAZIER HOSTESS.
MemAers of the Lavender Club
were entertained yesterday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Fred Frazier.
Spring flowers decorated the rooms
where the afternoon was spent in
needlework and music Mrs. J. M.
Cook gave a reading. For the serving
oi a two-course luncheon, Mrs. Fra
iler was assisted by Mrs. C. H. Smith.
Besides club members, guests for the
afternoon were Mrs. Howdyshell and
Mrs. Walters of Spokane.
VISITORS IX CITY.
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Kay of Spokane,
were Pendleton visitors last night, mo
toring through the city on their way
to Eugene where they will reside. Mr.
Kay is in the Insurance business. He
is a brother of Mrs. Thomas Boylen
Jr., of Echo,
Complete line, large package 35c
Fresh California Strawberries, box ..... 35c
Irrigon Asparagus, pound 25c
High Grade Apples, box $3.25
Brooms, Good quality, each 75c
Australian Jam, dozen .7 $1.65
Pineapple, best grade, large can ........ 35c
Lard, best grade, 5 pounds $1.25
Carnation Shortning, 5 pounds 75c
Umbcrto Hot Sauce, dozen $1.20
Mixed Vegetables for salads, tin 35c
Marshmallow Dessert, pint 35c
Best Ranch Butter, 2 pounds 75c
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Best
AUXILIARY TO MEET
Delegates to grand lodge and offi
cers for the local order will be chosen
tomorrow night at a meeting of the
Pendleton auxiliary of the Patriarchs
Militant. The meeting will be held in
the I. O. O. F. hall at 7:30 p. m.
OflLD WILL MEET
Hegeman chapter of Westminister
Gluld will meet tomorrow afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Garlough, 922 Vin
cent street with Mrs. Garlough and
Mrs. T. H. Remboldt as hostesses.
SALE TO BE HELD '
The Catholic Ladies Guild will hold
a cooked food sale tomorrow afternoon
at Gray Brothers grocery. The sale
will open at 10 a. m.
MIS3 RALEY VISITS
Miss Claire Raley is spending a few
days in the country at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Lester Hurst.
RETURN" FROM PORTLAND.
Judge and Mrs. J. W. Maloney re
turned today after a motor trip to
Portland, where they spent a week.
VISIT IX PEXDLETON.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Street, of Wes
ton are in the city today.
Joseph Harrison Dies.
Joseph Harrison, aged 38, died this
morning at St. Anthony's hospital
after an illness of several weeks. He
was a member of the Fraternal Or
der of Eagles and the funeral servi
ces Sunday will be under the auspices
of this order.
KGOS A ILK CXSrHTIJCn.
PORTLAND, April 22. (A. P.)
Cattle are steady; hogs are 25c lower,
price light $10 to (10.75. Sheep are
steady. Eggs are unsettled and but
ter is steady.
The Council of Six Nations Indians
has decided to appeal to King George!
of Great Britain against thet proposed
enfranchisement of Indians in Canada.
It desires to retain its tribal form f
government and is appealing on
grounds cf "sacred agreement" be
tween King George 111 and Joseph
Brant. . ' '
What's Walter Johnson, Jr.. going
i be when he grows up? A pitcher, '
ke his famous father units, of
iHirse, he changes bis wind .before
hat time. Here he is In a Wash
. -ana uniform.
1 Card of Thanks
For the many kind expressions and
loving messages of sympathy, and foi
the abundance and beauty of the floral
offerings sent us at the time of our
Daughter's death, Mr. and Mrs. Chrb,
Stailfeld hereby extend their sincere
thanks and grateful appreciation.
TO FINO DEADLY PEST
Prof. H. P. Barss Planning
Trip Here to Look for
Flag Smut and Take . All.
Are "flag smut" and "take-all," two
deadly new wheat diseases, found in
Umatilla fields? .
H. P. Barsn, professor of botany and
plant pathology at O. A. C, hopes that
county wheat fluids are free from the
pests but to make sure, he will inspect
the fields here sometime In May.
The flag smut symptoms are
Black stripes running lengthwise In the
Iraf blades ;.nd sheaths, the stripes be
ing due to spcrcs produced by the
fungus. The disease la commonly
more Injurious fo the uper leaves ul
.he plant, and the stems are also in
fected to som j extent. Infected plants
:ire usually more or less dwarfed and
-arely head out or produce Seed. Com
monly all the stalks of a diseased plant
re smi'tt hut occasb nnlly one or
more stal!:s show no infection. The
flag smut attacks the leaves and nfll
ie headH of the wheat stalks,
Symptoms of take-all show badly
dwarfed plants recurring in distinct
latches of varying size and shape or
ilngly among the healthy planta. The
symptoms become evident In spring
after growth of the healthy planta
well started. Some cf the character!
lcs are dwarfing, abnormal dark green
oloration of the foil leaves, dying of
outer leaves and fall tillers and brown
Ing of crown and roots, excessive de
elopment cf spring tillers, and killing
in Suits, values to
$98.50, our bargain
price $29.50 to
All Jersey Suit9
will be offered at
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OUR WORKMEN ARE '
for the skillful and expeditious way la
which they perform their work. And
when they get through they leave the
place in good condition. This la only
one feature of our plumbing service.
We carry a complete stock of plumb
Ing fixtures to say nothing of no end
of fittings, etc. We are able to un
dertake any kind of a Job any time.
BENSON & WICKLAND
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GOODMAN BKATfi LANG FORD.
POKTI.AN1), April 22. (A. P.)
foe Goodman was awarded a te
-ound decision over Young Sam Lang-
ford at Mllwaukie last night.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends for
he beautiful floral offerings and their
tlndness rendered us during the 111
less and death of our beloved Hub
iand and Father.
MRS. JAMES MARPLH
Figures in Andrews Triangle'
Only one day in which to take advantage of our big
Every pair of Shoe and Hose in our entire stock have
been reduced to lower price than you will be able to buy
for some time to come.
Ladies' Pure Thread Silk Hose, Open Clocks, Mahog
any, Cordovan, very new. Also solid colors, Harding
Blue, Beaver, Black, White. Priced to suit your pocket-book.
Proper Treatment For Whooping
a a of interest to all and especially
-u ine parents of young children to
(now what is best to be done for
whooping cough. Mrs. Walter Bcal!
i'attonsburg, Mo., relates her experi
ence. "A few years ago, our children
had whooping cough and the only
medicine we gave them was Chamber
lain's Cough Hemedy. It kept their
coughs loose and expectoration easy.
They were not sick very long and had
a light attack of It. I give credit for
their speedy cure to this medicine."
This Is a massage liniment, especial
ly valuable fur the relief of rheumatic
pains and soreness of the muscles.
Mrs. E. C. Dodge, Whltesboro, N. Y..
writes: 'The splendid results I and
other members of my family have re
ceived by the use of Chamberlain's
uinimeni, warrant my enuorsing u in
the highest terms."
Only Makes Bad Matter Worse j
Perhaps you have never thought of
It, but the fact must be apparent, to!
every one, that constipation is caus
ed by lack of water in the system and
the use of drastic cathartics, like the
old-fashioned cathartic and liver pills,
make a bad matter worse, as they take
too much water out of the system.
Chamberlain's Tablets are much more
mild and aentle In effect and when the
I nrooer dose Is taken, their action is so
natural that one can hardly realize
that It Is the effect of a medicine.
Good Advice to the Bilious
Those who are bilious, dyspeptic and
constipated feel miserably a good ahar
of the time. They would soon feel fin
and enjoy their meals if they would
tne a few doses of Chamberlain's
tablets to strengthen their digestion
and reguialv the liver and bowels.
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Thornton Andrews, . New York
broker, is alleged to bare kept tw
wires in one apartment In Jerery
City. Mrs. Esther M. Andrew
(nbure) be wedded 10 weeks ago'
and he Is alleged to have married
Mrs. Maud Andrews (bekiwl la
I'.IIZ Site is the mother of lh? fw,
Andrews thlidren. Anawa
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Strawberries for that short cake. "Oh,
Boy!" Per box 35c; 3 boxes for-$1.00
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K In our meat department you will find in abun
dance everything in the meat line to make your '
Sunday dinner a rounding success.
Every vegetable on the market for your se
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