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Social and Club News
BIRTHDAY MADE MERRY
A delightful surpriNe was extended
Muw ekiphta L. Knhysk Wednesday
venlng wr.en her mother asked In a
gnuip of friends to share In the cele
bration of her sixteenth birthday an
nlverssry. The home was charmingly
decorated with Hallowe'en appoint
ment of Muck and fold and n oluind
arre of Autumn leaven.
Thr evening was spent with music
and rmp and a delicious supper was
enjoyed. In the party were, besides
the. honor guest, Ovelyn Dudley, Edna
Knliysk, Martha Hogue, Jennie John
win, Lillian Markstrom, Haiel Wal
man, Faye Mann, Myrtle Rnbysk,
Kthel Enhysk, Sylvia Knbysk, llernlce
limiting, John Cryder, Carl Nelson,
Falfred Holmgren, Harry DeVore, Ray
Malheney and Jamea Ilioe.
11 O P1"S V V S T A I It S S II O
great'sale of suits
suits up to 855 for $35.00
We have selected all our Women's
and Misses Newest Fall and Win
ter Suits, ranging up to $55 and of
fer your choice Saturday at the re
narkably low price tfjj QQ
Included are both ripple models
and straight line effects in shades
of navy blue, brown, reindeer,
Copenhagen and fawn.
Other suitsTanging up to $185.00 will be sold at
THIS IS THE REAL SUIT SALE OF THE, SEA
OVER TAYLOR HDW,
uf& 1 Made in One
tSSn A-L one piece, like, bottle; no
V' A iVKSl s A Kims, no joints Even ftop- K
VP l V" pT aocket i moulded in. Guar-
ttf ' PfJ cnteed for full two years' tervice H
a or a new one free. Get a Kant- H
1 teek. Vou may need it tonight-
THE PENDLETON DRUG CO.
THE REXALL STORE
If you feed this regular, your chickens will pay
Try an order. You will be convinced
WAP FLd & GRAIN CO.
1300 W. Alta
Phone 1014, 475, 351
CONCERT IS REAL DELIGHT
Unusual for Pendleton in nature,
and universally unusual In Its quality
of excellence was the concert last
evening of OeorKe C. Klrchner, violon
cellist. The artist appeared In the
high school audtlorium where hun
dreds of local folk thronged to hear
the musical delight. .
Mr, Kirchner's compelling bow
brought out melodlo Ideas with mas
terly intonation, roving from pure, re
sounding depths of the 'cello voice
to the trill and poetlo charm of deli
Hoellmonn's Sonata, the opening
number, was Illustrative of the hidden
power of the Instrument, seldom coax
ed to whimsical, vibrant response as
in the hands of r.eorge Klrchner, In
terpretation of the minor music of
MacDowell was artistic and the joyous
lilt of Popper's Harlequin was a revel
ation. In Kempf's Andaluslan Serenade,
another element came masterfully Into
play. The piano accompaniment of
Arvllle Belstad, wonderfully In tune
throughout the program, sprang Into
compelling companionship, and shone
in lnterprative power and delicate
achievement, while the final number
Variations Symphonlque, by Boell
mann, was a masterly metier 01
The coming of Mr. Klrchner and Mr.
Belstad to Pendleton resulted from
the cooperative efforts of Mrs. S. H.
Forshaw and W. W. Green, county
school superintendent. The event
v as a feature of the teachers Institute.
Mr. Klrchner Is a member of the
faculties of both the University of
Washington and the Cornish School
of Music In Seattle, and Is recognised
as the foremost violoncellist of the
northwest. He Is a personal friend
of Mrs. Forshaw.
CLARENCE BEAN' TAKES BRIDE .
Pendleton friends, will be Interested
to hear of the marriage of Clarence
Pean, former Pendlton. young man
and M(ss Alda McDonald, which took
Place at the home of the bride In Al
bany, October 11. The wedding was
the' culmination of a life-long friend
ship, begun when the two were school
mates In Uyssa, Oregon.
The bride Is a trained nurse, she
having received her training at the
good Samaritan Hospital In Portland,
later serving overseas with a base hos
Her husband Is a graduate of the
Pendleton high school and la a for
mer student body president. He at
tended the University of Oregon and
Inter finished a course at the Renter
School of Decoration, enlisting In the
medical corps of the army with Illinois
troops four days after war was de
clared. He served overseas with a
field hospital upit for l'S months, par
ticipating in heavy battles and win
ning a rank of sergeant.
He is now associated in the mercan
tile business with his father in Elgin
rnd he and his bride are making their
Mr. Bean who has a host of Pen
dleton friends Is a nephew of Mrs. H.
E. Bickers and of Mrs. Jessie Hlest
and of this city.
WOMAN' S CLUB MEETS.
Ro:s in fragrant and vivid abund
ance lent charm to the library club
room yesterday when Mrs. Horace
Stillman, Mrs W. J. Clarke, Mrs. John
Vaughan, Mrs. H. L. Simpson. Mrs. J.
B. Perry and Mrs. E. J. Murphy were
hostesses for a meeting of the Wom
The event was an especially delight
ful one, a talk by D. J. Klemme of
Bellingham, on the opportunities for
service offered the woman, being de
lightfully interesting. Mr. Klemme is
head of the department of education
of the Bellingham Normal School.
Mrs. B. L. Burroughs and Miss Mil
dred Berkeley contributed charming
vocal numbers, their piano accompani
ments being played by Miss Edna
Gates and Mrs. David B. Hill.
Red Roses In a lovely cluster, cen
tered a pretty tea table where Mrs.
Henry Dixon Jones and Mrs. Wesley
N. Matlock presided.
EVENING AT CARUS ENJOYE'
Mrs. Charles L. Cross extended de
lightful hospitality yesterday when she
was hostess for a meeting of the Happy
Circle Club, her guests being'entertaln.
ed at her home, 509 West Railroad1
street. Progressive SOB" was the di
version of the evening, honors falling
to Mrs. Charles Hooper and William
A dainty supper was served after the
game, Mrs. Cross being assisted by
Mrs. Lillian Wilson."
The party Included, besides the hos
tess, Mr. and Mrs. Barclay, Mr. and
Mrs. Hooper, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Newton, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. H. L. , Snyder, Mrs.
Charles Hamilton, Mrs . Harry Huck
step, Mrs. John Mullkan, Miss Faye
Snyder and Henry Snider.
MARRIED AT CALGARY.
Word has been received In Pendle
ton of the marriage of Miss Helen
Frances Elder and Captain Edgar
Egllnton-Balley, a simply appointed
but Impressive ceremony being read
in Calgary, Alberta, on October 12,
The bride Is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Elder of this
city and until recently has been a stu
dent In the Alberta law school at Cal
Captain Esllnton-Bailey served In
the Canadian Infantry overseas for
three years and was severely wound
ed twice. Since his return he has
been In charge of the Canadian Sol
dlers' settlement board of Alberta.
Mr. and Mrs. Eglmton-Balley are
spending the winter months in Vic
toria, B. C.
Green Corn ,
Calif. Grape Fruit.
Florida Grape Fruit
New shipment today
of Pork Sausage.
. Demonstration D. W.
(jray Bros, (jrocery Qo.
Reading, When Father Rode the
Goat Miss Fleta Wright
Address H. M. Elder
Address George Mason
Solo Mr. Mason
Readings, The Hen; Pa and Ma....
Miss Hope Newcomb
Reading Robert Mills
Reading, Nothing Too Good for the
Woodmen Mrs, Delilah Wright
Reading, Hard Time Troubles
Mrs. Winnie Lincoln
In a nail driving contest participat
ed in by Royal Neighbors, Mrs. Lot
tie Long won a box of bon bons for
high honors and Mrs. Wright captur
ed the second trophy.
Adjourning to the banquet room the
party assembled about tables charm
ingly centered by clusters of .shining
George Mason, as toastmaster, wel
comed the Royal Neighbors and Mrs.
Walter Jones and Mrs. H. J. Newcomb
responded, declaring the Royal Nei
ghbors had never been more royally
After the banquet an old fashioned
spelling contest was enjoyed, the side
captained by Mrs. Long winning the
WILL TAKE PART IN DRAMA.
' Miss Lola O'Neill left on No. S
Wednesday for Portland where she
will rehearse for a drama which will
be staged by the Portland lodge of
Elks on November 21 and 24. Ihh
O'Neill who Is a clever dancer, will do
a new "dream" dance.
The play, "The Sultan of Sulu," is
to be staged for the benefit of the
children's Christmas tree of Portland.
LAVENDER CLUB MEETS
The home of Mrs. Thomas Robert
son was the scene yesterday of a most
enjoyable meeting1 of the Lavender
Club, and rooms of the home were
abloom with lilac toned petunias
gracefully arranged with ferns. Mrs.
J. M. Cook, president of the club, pre
sided over a short business session
and during a social hour, while the
guests were busied with needlework.
Mrs. Cook gave an interesting reading
and Mrsl L. F. Van Norton contrib
uted a group of piano solos. A two
course luncheon completed the affair.
Guests other than club members
who shared Mrs. Robertson's hospi
tality were Mrs. Sarah Schwartz, Mrs.
Charles M. Peacock and Mrs. Van
CLUB MEETING ENJOYED.
Pumpkins, black cats and witches
vied for attention yesterday at the
home of Mrs. J. N. Scott, 116 Lewis
street, where Mrs, Scott and Mrs. Ol
ney Simpson entertained the Sunshine
ICIub of Athena. A guessing game
marked by a Hallowe'en ' motif was
won by Mrs. Scott Fisher, and adjourn
ing to the dining room the guests
drew, frfom a great hollow pumpkin,
numbers which directed them to their
places. 8mali tables were decked with
Hallowe'en appointments and a de
lightful luncheon was served on unique
paper "pumpkins." '
Mora than thirty guests enjoyed the
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Laborers for . excavation
work Inquire Frank Hays, City
ROOMS FOR RENT Possibly ar
rangements for cooking 415 Gar
field Phone 248-M.
LOST Black leather grip on Main
highway Jetween Walla Walla and
Pendleton Reward Phone 245 or
iddress Pat Lonergan, Pendleton.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep
Thar is an old saying that beaut
la only skin deep. That mar be
with those who gat their beauty out of
a box but not the renulne sort Beau
ty la really only another word for good
health and no woman whr Is bilious
and constipated can reasonably hope
to be beautiful. Chamberlain's Tab
lets will correct these disorders, then
with proper diet and exercise there
la no reason why any young woman
with regular feature may uot bops to
8be Beta a flood Example,
1 keep a bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic and' Diarrhoea Remeds In the
house at all times and have recom
mended it to many friends and ac
quaintances who have used it with
good results" wntea A. O. Newell, New
Kerenlngton, Pa. Should you not do
Ilka wlaeT Think of the pa.d and suf
fering that c-'ist be endured when
medicine must be sent for.
Sow Is tle Time to Get Rid ot Your
If you ire troubled with rheumatism
let a bottle of Chamberlain's Lini
ment and ass it according to th plali
printed directions, lou will, be sur
oruwd at th quick relief which It af
ford No Internal treatment I re
quired in case of ohronlo or musclar
rheumatism. All you nd I to nae
M liniment froalv
and pupil of the eminent
of New York
Announces the opening of
her studio at 130 S. Main.
Lessons by appointment
VISIT FROM HOOD RIVER
Mrs. J. M. Culbertson and small
daughter of Hood Rover are visiting
in Pendleton for a few days.
ROYAL NEIGHBORS ENTER
Royal Neighbors enjoyed a delight
ful affair last evening when the Mod-
em Woodmen entertained for their
pleasure. Nearly one hundred guest
snd hosts enjoyed the- event which
took place in Eagle-Woodman hall.
A program was given Informally In
cluding the following numbers:
Sole George Edmunds
More than 100,000 Fordson tractors hove been sold to farmers
In the United States. They are helping those formers do more
and better work In less time and at less cost. North, East, South,
West everywhere the Fordson has proven Itself a money-maker
and a real necessity to the farmer. Besides It is helping
mightily to solve the labor problem. v ' .
These one hundred thousand and more practical farmers '
have affirmed the economy the exceptionally low fuel 'and op
erating cost of the Fordson; its time and labor-saving quali
ties and Its ability to increase production. The Fordson was
built to be the most economical tractor; It is compact and devoid
of excessive weight. And It Is built of the some strong Iron and
steel as Is the Ford Icar.
Winter or bad weather does not hinder the Fordson's use
fulness. Day or night twenty-four hours a day If you choose
you can utilize the Fordson.
Only so many Fordson are allotted this territory. Orders
ere being filled in sequence first come, first served. Let us
have your now.
There' a practical use for the Fordson every day of the year.
Let's tell you. Come In and have a tractor talk. Give us the
chance to make a demonstration on your own farm.
Simpson Auto Co.
Now $19.50 to $97.50
You'll be simply amazed at such beautiful coats
as these seling at such low prices. Plain and fur
trimmed in a wonderful assortment.- All the
new wool materials and plush in short and full
length. Come, your coat w here.
At $35, $45, $55, $65, and $75.
These are translations of the Paris mode and
the highest type of American "workmanship
fused into the smart suit fashions of winter.
All the popular styles now priced from 1-4 to 1-3
less than regular prices.
of the better grade, sizes 8 to 14. Priced $14.50
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