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DAILY EAST ORWGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1917. Warning ? IfflMB ..r Be Watchful of Quality in War Times. Tree Tea r Today as Always, The Best Quality 1 fir the. Least Money aiiu LADIES GLUB AT ADAMS HAS MEETING MRS. Al.EX M K1.X.IK l!OSTEi8 1XMI AUSSSIOSAKV AV Now laslop ut Hupttxt Church: Youin! I I'eoulo to Have Party In City Hall Wednesday Kveiilng. WE SELL AND RECOMMEND A complete line carried in stock. ARE YOU GOING TO PAPER OR PAINT? We are in a position to give you PROMPT SERVICE COMPETENT MECHANICS An all new stock to select from in the latest designs of wall paper and fresh full strength best quality paints. Dluo Front Faint Store HALE & HASCALL Main Street, Comer of Court. Telephone 660 ONE NIGHT ONLY Saturday, Nov. 3rd Here's a Clever Wholesome Bully Song Play, By Gene Stratton-Porter, author of "A GIRL OF THE LDIBERLUST,".ETC. A Novelty Success. A UNIQUE SCENIC PRODUCTION And a Perfect Cast of Players. SEATS ON SALE Delta Confectionary. Lower Floor S1.00; Balcony 73c. (East Oreifonian Special.) ADAMS, Oct. 31. The Ladlxa' Club met at the country home of Mrs. Alex McKenzie Thursday. It beiiiR Missionary duy u good crowd was present. Those present were as fol lows: Mrs. Charles Dupuis. Mrs. Will 'Hoer. Mrs. John Cluiess, Mrs. Steve '"Edwards, Mrs. G. O. Richardson. Mrs. ! Charles Hunch, Mrs. It. C. Des Voltrne i Mrs. Hoe Elmers. Mrs. Mablo Mc .Oollum. Mrs. J. W. Spencer. .Mrs. Ilen . ry Bunch. Mrs. M. C. Mclntyre. Mrs. ' M. A. Baker and Miss Lizzie McKen zie. All enjoyed a. very pleasant af ternoon. Refreshments were served at a late hour. A number of new ' members names were taken in at the ! meeting. Those were Mis. Alex Mc Kenzie, Mrs. John Ouiss, Mrs. Charles ! Hunch, Mrs. Henry Bunch. Mrs. George Eaton, Mrs. JL I Kogers and Mrs. J. A. Winn. Miss Jessie Chesnut and Otis L,ieu alleil motorefl to the county seat Sat urday evening. The Adams Baptist church was fill e.! Sunduv evening. -Mr. ilnxey of Glennsbury delivered the evening ser mon. Mr. Muxes' was greatly appre ciated by all present. He has been called to our church for one year. There will be choir practice Thurs day evening in the church. All sing ers are urged to be present. The school observed "Frances Wil lard Day" by listening to the life his tory of Miss Willard which was de livered by Mr. T. O. Richardson. Mr. Richardson, having been personally acquainted with Mrs. Willard, gave a. very interesting account of herentire life. Wrennie Green came back to Adams last week after having spent a short time in Montana Xeal McFadden motored to Pendle ton Sunday. Frank Wilson of Walla Walla, was the guest of Miss Beulah Spencer Sun day. The Rebekah lodge will meet Thursday evening. All members are urged to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DuPuis and children motored to Pendleton Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Eggers and daughter Betty, motored to Pendleton Satur day evening. There will be skating in the city hall Friday evening. Everybody- i8 invited to come and have a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Marlowe were Pendleton visitors Saturday. Word has been received here from Mr. Haslam and he has taken up his i work as bookkeeper in the store at Glenns Ferry. He stated that he was 1 getting along just fine and liked his inew work very much. ' Lucy Mayberry visltec In Tendle ! ton Saturday. There will be a young peoples party in the city hall Wednesday evening. All tne girls are requested to bring either sandwiches, cake or pickles. ISalph Wallan made a business trip to Pendleton Monday. Mis3 Frances Simmons spent the week end at her home In Pendleton. Miss Geraldine Morrison spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs.(J. M. Morrison. War's Most Important Battle May tjome vvnen , Italians Face Invaders i LONDON. Oct. 31. The develop ment of one of the war's most import ant battles when the Italians make their stand against the invaders along the Tiigliamento river is considered iminent. It Is feared the Austrians may outflank the Italians. It Is believed the river, swollen by . unprecedented rains, with Cariorna'S; reformed army would be an ImpasH aide barrier. , Zurich dispatches declared the Am- j li-ians found Gorizia a mere shell. The Italians before retreating burned ' vast quantities of supplies and dynu- j mited scores of buildings. , I'ltlVATK DISAWS MOIil-: TII.VY Kl'SSlAN t'OLOM'.l. WASHINGTON. D. '. "ct. SI. According to statistics in a war bulle tin, issued recently by the National Geogr:iphic Society from its head quarters here, a .first-class private In the Culled Stales Marine Corps serving abroad, draws $41 a year more than a Kussiun colonel; 01 a year more than u first lieutenant of the Austrian army, and l a year more than a Junior lieutenant Iu the service of Itajy. Any Firestone dealer will show you a cross section and point out the new features in FABRIC TIRES mm bruises No. 1 The Tou&h, Thick Tread Many more miles of resistance against . the friction of the road. No. 1 More Cushion Stock More pure rubber between fabric and tr save the body ot the tire irom snocjes ana and to increase the resiliency. No. 3 More Rubber Between Layers Separating the plies of fabric by an elastic wall which allows free play without friction. No. 4 Reinforcement in Bead and Side Wall Gre-itly increases the strength ot the junction of tire . , i . mi v -i . . -i i and nm, ana raises tne point ot Denning wuibwiu part of the tire. This one feature alone adds miles to the service of the tire. Wherever Firestones are for sale yott can see this section of tire and gain an inside knowl edge that will teach you to rmy most raiua per Dollar. LAI Kft MilXAUD xl NO EXTRA COST. Firestone Tire and Rubber ComDonv. Akron, O. . Bnachn sod Dealers Evmnrhm ThU illustrate mn nlarfted cross section of 4 '-i-in. , Firestone Fabric Tin. I BETTER AND SOFTER LIGHT is U3surt-d by the use of noma of these beautiful fixture of ours. They give a light that iiluminatf!! the room perfectly, but that does not tire or Btrain thtf evs. They are not expen sive torifiiilfrinK their extra ef ticlbnvy and ertra beauty. Why not at least see tliem? J. L. VAUGIIAN ."I kr ,7 I M MCOt rATTVARBUCKLE L J True Home Comfort at Small Cost HOW you welcome the cheery comfy warmth of a glow ing fire on a cold winter day! When the wind whist les and the snow "creaks" how you dread the idea of getting up in the morning in a cold room and still more to go to a colder basement to start a fire in the furnace or stove. At these times a gas room-heater stands unrivaled in the home. Just the touch of a mateh, the turn of a jet and a cheerful fire springs into glow, radiating instantaneous warmth. This gas room-heater will be installed in your home at cost to us plus time and material meaning to you less than the price of one cord of wood. Gas is the only fuel that lias not doubled in price and the only logical fuel for heating your home. Phone our office it will pay you to investigate. Pacific Power & Light Co. "Always at Your Service." Phone 40 A CAS ROOM-HEATER INSTALLED FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF A CORD OF WOOD TEN PAGlsS 3& IE . ..v.' i.. iwruunuii it I x." i 4s I liurila .