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DAILY BAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1011.
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Social and Club News
tXI'UJKKU IS HONOHKD
A gTouii of Pendleton people enjoyed
meeting; Vllhjnlmur Ktcfanswin, Arctle
explorer, Inst evening after OhnMau
iu at un informal reception In his
honor given by Colonel Charles Wel
lington Furlong; at the homo of Dr. and
Mr. Dcvld 11. Hill. Mr. Wcfansson is
a man of pleasing pcronnllty nnd the
evening wad moat delightful, the ex
plorer telling several very Interesting
Mories of hi xperienee In the North.
Mm. HIM was assisted In nerving by
Miss. Mai hi o Hlanflcld of Kcho and
Ml llarbara Ktanflold of Portland,
ii.ccra of Dr. Hill.
riCVIC 19 PLANNED.
The members of the Lavender Club
ore planning a picnic for Thursday. It
will be held at the Hodwyshell ranch
near Pendleton and the guests will
motor to the picnic spot. Mrs. J. M.
Cook 1s in general charge of arrange-
Miia. spbxckr lurrruxs
Mrs. Bess Spencer who has been
vtRltlng In La Grande as the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. MacDo-well has re
turned home. Mrs. Sepnccr also visited
IlKTLUX FUOM BINGHAM.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKarland have
returned from Bingham Springs,
where they spent the past week.
WW A, MOTOR TO 1 .UH
' Mm Constance Isaacs and two oliil.
iin n, John and Kmlly. and Mrs. Isaac's
niece, Mies Nancy Dickson, will leave
tomorrow by automobile for Cnnimn
Beach. They will Join Miss Mildred
Berkeley and will remain for several
weeks, later going to Hay Creek to
visit Mrs, Isaacs' sister, 'Mrs. C. C.
Berkeley. Mrs, Nancy K. Despain.
mother of Mrs. Isaacs, expects to leave
soon for a visit to Portland.
LK.VYE O.V MOTOR TRIP
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Rowman of Mis
sion, accompanied by Miss Zilpha Me-
Kinney, left today on a two weeks"
motor trip. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman will
attend the state, convention of the
Spanish American War Veterans at
Astoria, and will visit Portland and
feaside also. Miss McKlnney. who Is
a Smith-Hughes Home Economics
teacher from Sprlngview, Nebraska,
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bow
man at Mission.
GI KSTOF Al-NT
Miss Sybil Kpauldlng. of Salt Lake.
Is a guest In Pendleton at the home of
her aunt, Mrs. Fred ltennion. Miss
Spaulding will remain here during the
rest of the summer. Mrs. A. E. Ren
nion, of Suit Lake, mother of Mr. Gen-
i nlon, who hus been visiting her son for
the past two days, left last night for
Portland. She will return here Inter.
MR McCOOK RETCRXS
; Mrs. R. C. 'McCook has returned aft
er a visit In Iowa and Minnesota.
MRS. HENDERSON RETURNS.
Mrs. Minn Henderson returned to-
1 day after a visit In Portland.
. . HOPF'S UPS1A1HS SHOP
, TH IS WEEK ONLY!
Comiiienciiig Today (Tuesday)
Sale of --
; SUITS, COATS. SILK DRESSES
Including ever- Suit, Coat and Silk Dress
I':-. the Shop at Just
ONE HALF THE REGULAR PRICE
' T B K SWOP OF BETTER TALUKS
When You Go
BE SURE AND TAKE ALONG A GOOD BOOK "
Books of the outdoors by Curwood, Grey, Bower and
other popular writers.
'-- " Books of mystery by Vance, Rhinehart, Holmes and
All Selling at the Popular Price
THOMPSON'S DRUG STORE
MRS. JUNKS RKCOVERX
Friends of Mrs. Henry lniion. Joins
will be K'ad to learn that she hus re
covered from a recent Illness. Mrs.
Jones has been confined to her home
for some time but haa uvw recovered.
MI1S. DUDLEY ILL
Mrs. Karl Dudley Is convalescing at
St. Anthony's hospital after a minor
ipcration which was performed this
ARTISANS TO MEKT
The Artisans will meet this evening
at the Eagle Woodman hall for instal
lation of officers.
Naples, juiy is. (i. re. & The
Japanese Crown Prince leaves tomor.
row for Rome, where he will visit Kiiij
Emanuel several days. . Ho will visit
J Alt l;i KX KUITH TO ALTAIt
lilltMINGIMM, Ala., .July 12. (I.
N. 8.) "There's many a situ 'twixt the
riiiR and the knot!" sighed UcorKO G.
Johnson, as he languished in Jail.
George was to have been married at
S:30 o'clock on a certain recent even
ing. Miss Kthel Lavison, the brldo- to
be. was dressed and awaiting- the gal
lant George, when the telephone an
nounced that George was "detained"
at Police Headquarters.
Dre.ssed in her wedding white, the
bride pleaded for the release of George
on bond, but to no avail. He was held
on a charge of misappropriating fund3
of an electrical company.
SC1H MAXX.11EIXK IX JAPAX
TOKIO, July 12. (I. N. S.) Hon-
ored by the presence of Princess Kit-
ashiraku'wa. Princess Asaka and Prin
cess Takeda, Madame Schumann-
Heink received an ovation at the Im
perial Theatre, in Tokio, on the lust
night of her five-night concert scries
here. The theatre was packed for
Madame Schumann-Heink's last con
cert, and the stage was banked with
Jo,000 ELKS OELEBKATE. '
LOS ANGELES, July 12. (U. P.)
Seventy-five thousand Elks are gath
ered here In a convention jubilee. .
(East Orcgonlan Special.)
ECHO. July 12. Miss Ella Pedro,
of Pilot Hock, is visiting at the home
of her undo and family, Frank Pedro.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Young, of
Butter creek, were shopping here Sat
Zoe Touser, of Pendleton, was her''
le Womack, of btanfield, was here
the last of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I George and
daughters, Marlon ancr Lucille, drove
to Irrigon Sunday.
Lee Savely of Butter creek, spent
the week-end visiting relatives in Pen.
Jess Mathes was In town Saturday.
A motor party composed of Mr. and
I Mrs. S. P. Damp of Ft. Atkinson, Wis.,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn, Mr. and
' Mrs. C. 11. Esselstyn, Mr. and Mrs. Inn
;and Veda Wattcnburgcr, and Rodney
I Esselstyn, spent Sunday at Umatilla,
Ion the banks of the Columbia.
Dr. Dorn, Ralph Dorn nnd Miss
I Verda Dorn, returned Friday from a
! short outing at Seaside.
I4 red Depperinan, & prosperous
; wheat rafter near Hotter creek, epent
Saturday In Pendleton.
Wm. Garner and Henry Taffel, of
i Big Stone Flat were transacting busi-
ness here Saturday.
! Mrs. M. E. Shannon, wife of the pro
prietor of the Hotel Hoskins, returned
, Monday from a visit to ROseburg and
i Bun Ion. Or-gon,
! Chas. Bartoholemew, a successful
farmer of Butter creek, was here Sat
j Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Xeely, who have
spent 'a nine days' vacation in Port
iland and Sheridan, returned Sunday
! evening. Mr. Neely is with the Spin
jning Drug Co.
i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Esselstyn enter
tained a few friends with a Rook par
ity Monday evening in honor of their
gues's. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Damp.
Peaches, Apricots, Strawberries, Water
melons, Canteloupcs, Green Apples, Rhu
barb, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Bananas,
Oranges, Green Peppers.
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phone 28 Only 1 Quality the Beit
BRASSIERES AND SUMMER NET
One lot of Brassieres at a great saving 1-3
to 1-2 of regular price.
Net Summer Corsets, just the thing for
this warm weather, regular priee $3.00,
Special. . ................... r. $1.95
FOR . BUSY HOUSEWIVES
ho never "earned"
money. She lives on
County farm, but she lives on al
most every other farm.
She has earned nothing. Xo,
but in her thirty working years,
she has served 233,425 meals;
she has made 3.190 garments,
35,500 loaves of bread, 5,930
cakes, 7,960 pies, 1,500 gallons of
Inrd; she has grown 1,525 bush
els of vegetables, and 1,550
quarts of fruit; she has rnised'
7.6GO chickens, churned 5.460
pounds butter, put up 3625 j."rs
of preserves, scrubbed 177,725
pieces of laundry; and she has
put in 35.640 hours sweeping,
washing and scrubbing.
At accepted prices, this work
Is worth $115,483.50. She has
no bank account to ship for It.
She can't retire on her savings;
she has to keep on.
How do you define the ordin
ary American Woman's contri
bution to her family's wealth to
tho nation's wealth?
Jt IT STARTED SOMF.TKIMS
TI have not said anything to you,
but have been saying to others and
have induced many to take your medi
cine and- bo convinced. Mayr's Won
t'erful Remedy is correctly named. It
removed, stuff from me 1 never
ijluiuglitrould be in a humnn being
ana I feel like a different person. The
Pain in my right side disappeared at
once, which four doctors said would
require an operation; also the bloating
nnd indigestion." Jt Is a simple, harm
less preparation that romeves the
catarrhal mucus from the intestinal
tract and allays the Inflammation
which causes practically all stomach,
liver and Intestinal ailments. Including
appendicitis. One dose will convince
or .moncy refunded. Druggists every
PKIE HEAVY SIJilTPKRS.
LAWRENCE, Mass., July 12. Bur
glars who entered the homo of Louis
Russell, of this city, ransacked the
house, stole a pocketbook and cooked
themselves a meul of fried eggs. They
departed without having disturged the
family, although they battered down a
door during their stay.
(Continued from page l.
We Are Grateful
To know we arc able to give the very best merchan
dise (or the lowest today's prices. You will surely profit
by seeing us if you need Furniture, Cooking Utensils, Tents
Dishes,, Suit Cases, Trunks, Pocket Knives, Purses, etc.
In connection with our business I am selling Fresh
Roasted Peanuts and Hot buttered Pop Corn. At your
service from 7 :00 a. jn. until ":00 p. m. F. M. RILEY.
Fiber Rugs, fast colors, 6x9 $6.75
45 lb. Cotton Mattresses , ,...$8.75
Tin Wash Boilers, Copper bottoms $2.50
No.' 3 Galvanized Water Pail 90c
' Let us do your repair work.
; Yours for service,
iley & Kemp
Quaiilj Our WatciiwurU
fcatisfactiou Our Aim
Ackerman began he was fortunate In
reflecting the change of sentiment
which, came with. Increased popula
tion," said the speaker. "The new
comers brought with them moro ad
vanced educational ideas of the older
states, and demanded that the public
school system take its place with mod
ern ideas and ideals. Mr. Ackerman,
more than any other, became the ex
ponent of this sentiment, and the
moulder of tho school system under
which we live. He entered the office
of public instruction at a timo for
tunate for his fame, and he was able
to meet the demands of the change
which was inevitable."
Clinracr Is Prulx-d
Judgo Lowell praised Ackerman's
tharacter. He said:
"The world is rich In Ideas but It Is
poor In men capable of putting them
Into practice. I knew J. if. Ackerman
for more than a q'larter of a century.
I regarded him as an organizer, not
an originator. Ho was a man of force
ful character, eminently practical,
never Inclined to experiments. ire
enfely followed, but never flinched.
When others hud demonstrated that
new Ideas were practicable, he pos
sessed tho skill to put them to prac
Life A Hurtllu Rare
"Life is but a hurdlo race "after nil,"
the speaker continued. "The courses
tree from obstacles are short and not
numerous. It Is the duty of teachers
to show youth how the hurdles can be
most easily and swiftly surmounted.
Mr. Ackerman realised this. He never
shot over the heads of his audiences.
Ho told them practical things.1 He im
pressed the young men and women
under his care at Monmouth, that llf
Is service, nnd that education is the
hand-mnlden of service. Ho has not
c'ied. His Influence lives in tho activ
ities of thousands of men nnd women.
. "On tho lofty wall of the world's
most famous protestant shine, St.
I'aul's in Loudon, there is a tablet, in
scribed, "Sacred to the Memory of Sir
f'liHstophcr Wren, tho archltcnt;
Would you behold his work, look
' "Would you behold the llfework of i
J. If. Ackerman, then look upon the
schools of Oregon, and tho teachers of
Right now for cuts in your automobile
1 tires. A small cut in the tread will in a
short time cause tread separation and
yoti will lose many miles in the life of
your tires. Let our repair department
keep your tires in first -class shape all
Estimates given without obligation
to you. All work guaranteed.
For Service Phone 651
223 E. Court St.
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When tea or coffee
causea annoyance, try
Charm without harm
in this table drink
There's a Reason
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
iiuiuu biiu nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-RUy Electric
Temple Uldg. noom jj
' Phono 41
ll.one 2IO.W p. 0 lU)X 33
DR. C. H. DAY
lliyslciaii and hurgeuu
Hooms 3 and 25, Smith-Crawford
20 Off Refrigerators 20
The balance of our Refrigera
tors to be closed out at
2Q off W
103 IS. COUHT ST.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department :
in All liruacbea.
J. F Beiland had walked P.287
miles Vhcn 1 reached Boston. Ha
plans to walk around the world,
wherever man can so in hiking
boots. He started from Washington.
D C, May 11, 191). 80 far he haa
walked through 43 states, Canada,
Mexico. South and Central America,
Weat and Kat Indies, Madagascar '
and Japan. Ha expects to covar
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whole wheat grain. The bran and all other parts combined, to make it easily
digested and keep the intestinal tract clean, healthy and afctive.
A Simple, Wholesome,
Containing nothing that will tax the stomach or poison the intestines. So pre
pared that it will take but ten minutes to prepare for breakfast.
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