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PAGE FOUR DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 8. 1917. onocs lotaoi aoi 1 r- MR?. ir3QI lIM-tfll IP Social and Personal Virgil Moors and niece, Mias Eva Hoore, have returned from an extend ed visit In Is Angelas. Charles Hloomtoerg. who haa been in New York on a buying trip for the peoples Warehouse, has returned to Pendleton. Mrs. Bloomberg has aleo returned from Portland where she was during her huwband a absence J. R. Flynn, well known saleman, is making a vL-at city. paper in the Mr. and Mrs, Dunn G. Rice have moved Into their beautiful new home on Washington and Madison streets. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal .G. Backman. who .have been attending the Eugene Bible University, are visiting for a short time at tha homo of Mrs. Baokman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Wrguson. They are en route to Roselberrr. Idaho, where Backman will bo pastor of the Christian chun. 1 A large number of the dancing con. tingent enjoyed the dancing: party In Eagle-Woodman Hall last evening gtrea by the Lady Maccabees. Ex cellent music was furnished and the affair lasted until a late hour. Ei nit Gruber, until recently a aeuaage maker for the Pendleton Meat company, is leaving for Butte. Mont, where he has a good position with a new packing bouse In that eity. Mr. Grnber wll lbe accompan led oy his family. Haying visited his father whom he had not seen since he was two years old and whom he believed dead until recently, Walter Rose of the O--W. freight depot, accompanied by his wife and son. arrived home yesterday from i quiry of her, a-trip to middle western stats. ! His father is Frank Rose, a prom inent farmer of Beioit, Kansas. The local man found him to be a man re sembling much the typical frontiers man; tan. with white imperial and long moustache. The reunion be tween father and son. after a separa tion of ST years, can better be imag ined than described. Mr. Rose also found many other relatives around Beioit and had a most enjoyable visit. Ha and his family spent about 10 days there and O xora then went on to Council Bluffs and Omaha for a visit. Mr. Rose reports that Kansas la very dry, both climatically and in a spirituous way. There have been no rains or snow there since October, he fays. The ninth birthday of Miss Esther Winn was celebrated' in a charming manner at the home of her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. King last evening when a group of little girls gathered to enjoy the many "goodies.' A large, birthday cake, decorated with nine candles, occupied the place of honor. Refreshments and decora tions were In pink and white. P. E. King was pleasantly surpris ed by a number of his men friends " hen they celebrated his SSrd birth day at a three course dinner last evening. Decorations and menu were in keeping with St. Patrick's Day. Ut ile Esther Winn was born on her grandfather's 44th birthday. Mrs. EL N. Doane of La Grande, came over on No. 17 yesterday to spend the weekend with her mother, Mra R. Wisaler. Mrs. T. J. Tweedy entertained de lightfully Tuesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. A. B. Oooley of Burns. The afternoon was spent in sewing and refreshments. Mm Tweedy was as sisted by Mrs. Dell Bonney of Portland. Mr. Mapew wistim to announce the marriage of BOB R1BGWAT To THE BOY GIR.li AT THE COST THEATM Tbaraday. Ye are medially Invited ' to attend. For the purpose of forming a Pen dleton company of the National Hon or Guards, a patriotic organization for young ladies a meeting has been called for the public library auditorium for T:30 Saturday evening. Miss Evelyn Sommerville is one of the leaders in the movement and Information as to the organization may be had by in- Mrs. Iu H. Dockstader of Port land, 1st visiting in Pendleton for s few days en route to Spokane. AMERICAN GIRL AND BOY SHE ADOPTED TN - ' Y ELIZABETH?! ' ' . S--; . yds? ;i ' t l ; ml 1 L. i 1 t . xm - Jitniiinn!!i!i!irf'i!ir!Him!m!rmfn!mm'nnmnnm!H!m!!if!!!!!!!!n IliillllillilllHiiUiiUiiuiMUiHiil Temple TTlheadre "Bogo." a three year old Serbian boy, rescued from the ruins of Nish when it was destroyed by. the Bul garians, was brought to New Tork by Elizabeth Shelley, of Selma, Ala.. who has adopted- him. She has been doing Red Cross work in the Bal kans for the last two years and brought "Bogo"' to America with the full consent of the German and Bul gar authorities. Mrs. Thomas Thompson has asked a ff-w friends to come in informally tomorrow afternoon for the pleasure of her suiter, Mrs. Howard Halley of Walla Walla. Mrs. Herman Anderson came in this morning from her home near Myriok station and is spending the day here. The Delphian Club will meet at 3:31 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the club room of the Library. I Mrs. Fred Bloch returned yeeter ( day from Portland where she has been I visiting for the past ten days with rel atives. Lenten service for the Church of the Redeemer on Friday afternoon win be held at 4: It o'clock with a confirmation class at t o'clock Mr. and Mrs. George Strand motor ed In from their ranch at Vansycle today. I j : 1 - ! t .1 ,;MI Whfn one of the captains of industry was asked to what he attributed his success in life, he replied: "TO A GOOD BREAKFAST." If your digestive organs are working right you will hve a heart for any tusk the day may bring; your am bition will take you as high as you want to go. You had all of this glorious desire to be up and doing when you were a kid. You can have it again by starting the day with several slices of HOHBACH'S Harvest Bread You wiil look back on cheerful yesterday's and for ward to confident tomorrows. Hohbach's Bakery 5c and 10c Loaves At All Grocers. H. A. Walker of Wasco Is at the St. George. Mrs. J. M. Quest of Helix is visit ing here today. Dr. iProebatel Is on a professional trip to Lind, Wash. Charles Hosklns is up from his home at Bcho today. William shannon is here today from his ranch near' Helix. L. Graham of Walla Walla was an overnight visitor in the city. Carl Cngdahl is a Helix visitor in the city today. W. R. Taylor and R. B. McEwen were down last evening from Athena W. s. Ferguson of Athena, was a visitor in the city yesterday. John Jordan of Echo canne up yes terday to witness the wrestling bout. J. Stonebracker, Pilot Rook farm er, has been in the city today. Mrs. Lou H. Dookstatter of Port land Is registered at the Pendleton. Lee Savely of Echo was up from the west end of the county yesterday. G. M. Morrison, prominent Adams farmer. Is spending the day in the city. B. B. Wood, chief special agent af the O-W. R. N., la paving Pendle ton a visit today. Eber Mosede, Insurance man witb headquarters at Pilot Rock, has been in the city today. William Mills, Vansycle farmer, was a passenger on the Northern Pa cific train today. Peter Harbour, manager of ths Weston brick yard, la here today on a business trip. Mrs. J. M. Quest of Helix is visit ing here today for the purpose of hav ing some dental work done. , Ed Barr, formerly of Pendleton, passed through -here tills morning on his way to his ranch at Brogan, Ore. George Rayhlll, James Smith and Dr. Rled were among the Hermlston- ians up last evening to see the Ken-nedy-Thye match. UVE IPCAL IIcrmiHton Supc Itoeovent. H. M. Gunn, superintendent , of schools at Hermlston who has been confined to St. Anthony's hospital' for the past two weeks with pneumonia, has sufficiently recovered to return home. He will leave for' Hermlston in the morning. Road Matters Cotnliajr Up. Having concluded the auditing of bills this morning, the county court this afternoon began the consider ation of a number of road petitions. As soon as the court is fully advised upon the new road laws passed by the last legislature, a definite pro gram for the next year will be out lined. - fHKNCIf KXTKR CJKRMAX IJVK AT THREE DIFFERENT POINTS PARIS, March 8. It is announced the French captured prisoners at Einbermanil and Lorraine. They entered the tierman line at three points. There was lively artiMeryl ng between Oisne and Aisne. Run down ? Tired? Weak? Every spring mort people feel "at out of sorts" (heir vitality is at fl low ebb. Through the winter momlif shut up a Krr'l itrai in hetted hoiifle, office, or facuiry,' with little health? exercise in the great out'loor eating more than m-ceary the hlood l come hiircharffed with ihhpoiih ! The best Spring medicine and tonic is one made of herbs and roots without alco hol that was firxt discovered hy Dr. Pierce years ago. Made of ftolden Seal root, bl'xxi root, with glycerine, il is railed Dr. Herce's tjolilcn Medical Discovery. Ingredients on wrapper, Chaned Indian Girl in Auto. Deputy Sheriff W. R. Taylor of Athena and Jack Vincent learned Tuesday that It is one thing to over take a couple of fleeing Indian girls and quite another to take them in hand. The two girls had run away from the agency school and were galloping northward. They had passed Athena when Taylor received word to pick them up. He set out in pursuit with a Ford auto and over took them at Dry Creek. However, as soon as he stopped the car the girls galloped on. They - were overtaken several times but each time refused to be caught. Finally a couple of horsemen were secured as allies but even they hsd difficulty in approach ing, the girls beating off their horses with their whlpa Eventually tney were brought In to Pendleton. MATINEE FRIDAY Hays TONIGHT and FRIDAY TWO GALA DAYS Burns Bros. COLORED AlaMnna Troiibadors WITH Entire New Show 13 PEOPLE 13 Comic Opera With all Colored Performers Something New in Minstrelsy Funny Comedians ' Dainty Soubrettes Good Singers Clever Dancers Plantation Melodies a Specialty IALSO BAND AND ORCHESTRA Featuring THE MAPLE LEAF QUARTET ALSO ONE COMEDY FILM Two Shows Nightly 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock Matinee Friday 2 p.m. Children 25c Adults 50c ' COME EARLY E-.--3 H i I flfflfflflffl iimiimiii m r XKW C-KNSOK FOR X.WY w tensls. occurs on many kinds of fruit trees but particularly on prunes and pears. At this time the eggs appear as smull blotches of runt, for which growers should look very carefully. especially about the buds and rough ened crotches of the smaller limbs and branches. Under a lense the or srs appear as minute droplets of red wine. Wherever the eggs are found the trees should be sprayed with lime sul phur, one part of the concentrated commercial stock to nine parts wa ter; or mlHCible oil number 1- at a strength of nix gallons of oil to 100 gallons of water. The oil emulelon Is probably more effective as a killing agent and apparently has a very beneficial effect on the trees, bur is a little more expensive. ' Although the pest is present In suf ficient numbers in many orchards to do heavy damage unless controlled, It would be well for growers to ex amine carefully and make sure of Its presence in their orchards before go ing to the trouble and expense of spraying. THICK FOnJi ACTTIOjr ow FIIJBrbTKK RESOUTION MADISON, v March . By a parlia mentary trlok Senator Skogne, an ar dent 1 BNrtlette supporter, prevented legislative action on the resolution condemning the filibuster. He forc ed the resolution to the committee where he hopes to remove tlie punch. LADIES AID AT ECHO GIVES TEA lMU.K .VI MIIKH ATTKNO Ar'r'AIH MIVKX MY MRS. T. M. JOHN SON AND MRS. F. W. lIKNULib-Y. Mm. V- II. Crary Goes to Salem, call, ed by Uie Death of IiT Brother; Other Newsy items. lib ?Y I A.J L.lg.UT.CHAPLe.S BEIKHAP. JR. (Bust Oregonlan Special.) IX 'HO. March S Mrs. T. M, Johnson and Mra F. W. Hendley gavs a silver tea Wednesday afternoon at the home of the later, for the benefit of the Ladles' Aid. A large number of ladies were present and enjoyed a social time as well as partaking ot a generous lunch. Mra W. H Crary left here Tues day morning for Salem, Ore., In re sponse to a telegram stating that her brother, David Fitch, had died from Injuries received about a week ago at the Insane asylum. Mr. Finch was one of the guards who was attacked by. several men In the criminal In sane ward who were attempting to escapt. Mrs. Crary was accompan ied by her little daughter. Nan Crary. Mr. and Mrs. Xjeo T. Fuels ar via. itlng this week with friends and ret ain vea at North Powder, Ore. Richard Terxa. Jr.. of ITmadDa has bid in the third trick as telegraph operator hero. Mr. Terxa has been at Kamela ths past few months. Mra A. H. Goodman of Oakland. Ore., is here visiting with her daugb. ter. Mrs. ouy Mann. Alex Malcolm was a business visit or In I'endleton on Tuesday. Miss Ilene Webb returned yester day morning from Reverly, Cat where she spent the winter with her aunt. Miss Webb la greatly improv ed In health. Jamas MoCarty, the Butter creek apiarist, returned home last Fndav from sn extended root to Balesa and Portland. Mr. McCarty was la Sa lem and Portland. Mr. McCarty was In Salem during she sesstona of the late legislature. J. T. Rlnkle was up from rTsrmta. ton yesterday. H. I- RuriUck. who lost ho. home bv fire, a short tlms ago, reft Tues day for Enterprise, where he experts to make his home CTIirNA TOI.D TO KNTTCU WAR WITH TUB ENTENTE! AMJFS NEW TORK March I The TSH- bune said the Japanese government naa sent an ultimatum to china Feb. mary nineteenth, demanding that China enter the war with the entente allies. I4eutenant I'.elknap has been named cr-niMir for the department of the na vy of all offlciiil Information to be It eliminates inni tlie blood ilin-ase- j given to the newspapers, and he is breed inn poisons. It make the blood ; following his instructions so rigidly rich and pure, and fnmile a lounda- j that all Information about the great tion lor sound, physical health Hold by medicine dealers, in liquid or tablet form, or Mend lo rents to Jr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo, N. Y., for s large trial package ol tablets. WHEN "RUN-DOWN." Baiem, Oregon. "As a rpring Ionic, to build up a weakened, ren-down system, and to give one an appetite, I found Iictor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery good. A friend had recom mended it and I fonnd it all that she claimed for it." .Mite. Jigg UixDKa, IjoB 8. Bel I view htreet. Constipation canes and seriously agffrsvstes many diKea-n. It is thor ooKh'v cured bv Ir. Pierce's Pleas ant Pellet. On; a lavaUve; (so Of tiiree a cjtliartic. fleets is mlthheld. LIME-SULPHUR OR OIL FOR RED SPIDER SPRAY EffC Now Present in Large Numbers in Many Orchards in Oregon. ORBOON A;RIGTL.Tl'RAL, COL. LKiK. Cnrvalll, Ore.. March . Red spider egea are unusually shun dsnt In many Orsgon orchards thin year. Indiratlns serious losses to the fruit crop unleHii they are destroyed The remedy rerommended bv A. L. l-nvett. ent'itnol.tslet of the O. A C Kxterimeril stjiilon. Is either lime "Hfiir "r itii"'inle olli, spraed on thoroushlv. The red apider. betler known a' the brown npidf-r mite, Uryobia pra- Time to Re-tire? (BuyFisk) The Standard of Tire Value AH Dealers Recommend O isji) and They're Proud to 4 I 'HEY give you more dollar-for-dollar A value than you can get in any other tires, and that's what you want reai dollar-for-dollar value. i Don't forget this "When you pay more than Fisk Prices you pay for something thai Joes .not exist " Let that be your tire buying motto and you can't go wrong. Sold By All Dealers The Fisk Rubber Company of N. Y. General Office, Chicopee FaMa, Mass.