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DAILY EAST 0REQ0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 0, 1021.
Social and Club News
Mo. J. L. Hull left for I-ortlund ,..
liKlny mnmlng. Hli will do from
J'irllind In Kd, Washlng-lon, where
the will vlHlt hir dmiKliter, Mrs. Klotn
MrFarland. The two will visit the
toast and both will return here alHint
ptcmler 15. Mrs. McKurtaiwl will
vlflt at thr home if her parents until
who has bei'n spt'iullnff a few days as
the gui-sl of Mrs. WillMhnrirer of May
Park and Mrs. J. C. I'iIkss, of Mt.
C.len, is now in I'nkm Tor a few days
HKHE FltOM STAN Kl KI.II,
-Mrs. K. II. I-wis, of Stanficld. is an
Interesting I'tnillclon visitor toclav.
dlinr Ihc Uound-l'p, September 53 .Mrs. Lewi, who Is 84 years of aire
and S4. I well remembers the days of the Civil
- War. She takes an interest In the af-
MIHK KKLLY IN 1'OltTLAN'D falr of the day and is ill good health
Ming Esther 'Kelly of Pendleton ar
rived yesterday to spend the month
with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. U.
Kelly. Minn Kelly, who Is the execu
tive Korrotury nf the American Red
Cross In I'niHtilla county, has been
i bsent or several months nnd Is he
me welcomed upon her return to Port
land. Port land OreKonlan.
CI'hXTS AT OORDIXKE HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O, Cady, of Crano,
me tiuests r.f Mr. and .Mrs. William
ioedecke. They have been motoring
through Idaho and Montana since
May IS. Mrs. Cady Is in charge of
the junior high school work at Crane.
itirrrn.vs to bakku .
Miss Mary Allen, who has been In
IVndlcton during the sessions of the
Kummer Normal School, returned yes
terday to her home lit Haker. Miss Al
ii n Is one of the instructors in the
LEAVES FOR UNION
Mrs. C. C. Henderson.
f this city.
despite her years.
LEAVE FOR HOME.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cat-prill and two
daughters, Edita and Wilma Jean, left
this morning for their hmo in Cez
Perec, Idaho, after visiting for a few
days with their mother. Mrs. 1. E.
Cantill, at the McCulley home on Lee
MRS. HATCH HETURNS.
Mrs. Mollie Hatch, who spent the
past week at Crane where she attend
ed Farmers Week at the Experiment
Station, returned to Pendleton yester
day. TO VISIT SEATTLE
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. liegeman will
leave today for Seattle where they
will visit for several weeks with their
daughter Mrs. Allison.
LEAVE FOR LEHMAN" SPRINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morrison and
children are at Lehman Springs for an
HOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP'
Choose any blouse in our
stock this week at a saving
of 1-3 to 1-2 off.
Gcorpettes, Crepe De Chines
French Voiles and
8KCOX1I FLOOR TAYLOR HARDWARE IILUG
For Your Complexion's Sake Use
a delightfully perfumed vanishing cream
of the non-greasy type. Unexcelled for tan,
sunburn and roughness of the skin. Its use
makes the skin clear, smooth and beau
tiful. Excellent o use before applying powder.
PRICED AT 33c
Iff IS Hi STORE
HERE ON TOCU I
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stilwell and
daughters of Laurel, Mont, are in Pen-1
dleton as the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John Sloan. The two families were
friends and neighbors many years ago
when they lived In South Dakota. Mr.
and Mrs. Stilwell are making a tour
of the West following Mr. Stilwell's re
crement from the banking business a
few months ago on account of HI
health. They have been through Yel
lowstone and from there they went to
Spokane. From Pendleton they will
drive to Portland and then will visit
other places on the coast for several
WILLOO TO HAWAII.
Miss Leura Jerard will leave Sep
tember 1 for Portland and with Miss
May Xeill. of Ijx Grande, will sail on
the Rose City for San Francisco, from
where the two will sail for Honolulu, j
Hawaii. Both will teach in the is-1
lands during the coming year. Miss!
Jerard was formerly a member of the :
Pendleton high school faculty, and is!
a graduate of the University of Ore-
gon. Miss Neill. who Is well known i
here, is also a University of Oregon :
graduate and has been a member of
the high school faculty at La Grande, i
WEDDING IS SOLEMNIZED.
Of interest to Pendleton people is
the announcement of the marriage of
Miss Ethel M. Rieth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Rieth. Umatilla county
pioneers, and Dr. W. S. Pemberton, of
Harrington, Washington. The cere
mony took place August 6 in Spokane,
Washington. Dr. and Mrs. Pember
ton will make their home in Harring
ton. The Rieth family are well
known here and the town of Rieth
was named for Mr. Rieth.
MRS. EOFF VISITS.
Mrs. Mel Roy Eoff. and little son
Robert, of Yakima, Washington, are
being welcomed by Pendleton friends.
TJley formerly resided here and are
guests of Mrs. James Johns, Jr. They
will return home on Thursday. For
the pleasure of Mrs. Eoff, Mrs. Johns
is entertaining this afternoon with an
informal tea at her home, si 6 Gar
den street. The guests are intimate
friends of Mrs. Eoff and the hostess.
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Pickling White Or.iona
Complete Line of Pickling Goods
White and Black Mustard Seed
Celery Seed ! !
Caraway Seed , '
Whole Pickling Spices
Japanese Chile Peppers
Mexican Chili Peppers
Eagle Chili Powder
MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED
Gray Bros. Grocery Co.
3 Phones 23 Only 1 Quality the Beit
. All Prepared for that Picnic or Cold
COLD BOILED HAM -PRESSED
All kinds of Fresh Fruits in season. '
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ARE L" CHICAGO..
Mr. and Mrs. Dan P. Smythe are
now in Chicago, according to word
received by Pendleton friends. They
will go later to New York and will re
main in the east until October. Their
wedding was a recent event in Port
land and Mrs. Smythe before her mar
.iage was Miss Harriet Kern.
WILL RETURN AUGUST 16.
Miss Sabra Nason, who is enjoying
a hiking trip with the Mazanias In the
Crater Lake vicinity, will returrj to
Peudleton August 16. Miss Nason
and Miss Anne Shannon Monroe, well
linown author joined the Mazazma
party at Bend.
MRS. DOLPH HONORED.
Honoring Mrs. John M. Dolph who
will Icavo soon for Portland to reside.
Miss Vera Temple mid .Miss Catherine
Thompson were hostesses yesterday
iftei noon for an informal bridge narty
it the home of Mrs. Alm Slushur,
123 Lewis street.
LEAVES ON TRIP.
Mrs. Ralph Hassell left today for
Spokane where she will join Mr. and
.irs. Den Boone of Seattle. The
party will motor to Lake Chelan and
will remain on a camping trip until
Down She Goes!
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The climax of the aerial warfare test came when the two big ship
of the former German navy were sunk oft the Virginia capes, the Ost
friesland and UieFraokf urt. , Thia picture akewf a bomb etriklng the
WED IN CALIFORNIA.
Miss Mae Staunford. of Los Angeles.
a.:d Dan ODonnell, of that city for
merly of Pendleton, were united In
iv.urriage in Los Angeles July 24, ac
c rding to announcement received to
i':;y by Pendleton friends. Mr, O'Don
ni ll is Well known in Pendleton and
is the son of .Mrs. William Nelson
Dur.ng the war he was a member of
Troop D and later of the l iSlh Field
Hir. and Mrs. O'Donuell will make
I tir home In Los Angeles, where Mr.
O Donnell is engaged in business.
ARE AT CATAI.INA.
Jlr. and Mrs. R. Raymond and son.
Raphael Raymond, daughter Mrs.
Bessie Reese of Helix and her chil
dren, are now at Catalina Islands.
TO GO ON VACATION I 'hey nave neen louring in t lie south
Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Inlow and chil- an'l recently visited Mexico, Seal
drcn -will leave either Wednesday or j Beach and other points.
Thursday for the mountains where
they expect to remain for a week or j ARE AT MEACHAM.
ten days. Mrs. Benjamin S. Burroughs and
' little grandson, Bobbie Burroughs.
RETURN FROM PORTLAND. 'and Mrs. Thomas G. llailey are at
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Riley have re- .Meachain where they will spend the
turned from Portland. Friends of
Mrs. Riley will be glad to learn that
she is much improved after receiving
medical treatment in Portland.
MOTOR TO MEACHAM.
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Swearingen and
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Gibbs motored
to Meachain today. They will return
to Pendleton this evening.
HERE FROM HELIX.
Mrs. Victor Mason and Mrs. Charles
Alspach, Helix Matrons, are in Pen
dleton today. '
next ten days.
RETURNS FROM WALLA WALLA.
Mrs. A. G. Fit;! Gerald has returned
home after a visit with her sister in
The state department says that the
most satisfactory way to dispose of
an American flagwhich has become
too old for service is to burn it.
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
In planning a new home or in
remodeling an, old one It should
always be borne In mind that the
placing of the stove, sink, and
work table can be done lit such a
way as to save the housekeeper
many steps In the tasks of tho
kitchen. Time and energy will
also he saved If the shelves, cup
boards, and drawers are located
near tho place where the sup
plies or equipment which they
are to contain are to be used, and
they will be even more conven
ient If they are so planncd'that
their contents may be easily and
quickly removed and replaupd.
In selecting the equipment only
that which Is most convenient
and durable should be purchas
ed. As In any well-regulated
workshop, all equipment neces
sary for the convenience of the
worker should be supplied, but
that equipment should be Install
ed first of all which will be used
most often, and it should be of
'such a character and so located
that it will result In the great
est saving of labor. E. V. D.
(East Orcgonlan Special.)
RIETH, Aug., 9. Mr. May had qulto
a painful though not serious accident
Saturday afternoon. He was working
on tho icing platform at tho P. F. E.
when he slipped and in so mo way
stuck an Ice pick through his shoe In
to the top of his foot. He was able
to go back to work next morning, how.
Mrs. Allen Kennedy was shopping
in Pendleton Monduy morning.
Mr. Livingston and his tw sons.
Max and Carl and Claudo Mirks fiave
Just returned from a hunting und
fishing trip up in tho Mcachum coun
try. Mrs. Bostwlck and daughter Vlob't
returned from La Grnndo Sundjy
night where they had been visiting
i lathes for a few days. Mm. Bost
wlck nad qulto a. hard fall Saturday
and luirt herself quite badly and she
Is still confined to her bed from It.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis MeN'cal, und
Mr. nnd Mrs. May are moving to one
of the Roberts houses In Lono Hurst.
Mrs. J C. Langley was In Pendleton
H. Hatfield was a Pendleton visitor
When you feel lazy, out or sorfs and
yawn a good deal in the day time, you
need Heroine to stimulate your liver,
tone up your stomach and purify
your bowels. Price, 60c. Sold by The
Pendleton Drug Co. '
Purity and healing power are tho
chief characteristics of Liquid Boro
zonc. It mends torn cut burned or
scalded flesh with wonderful prompt
ness. Price, 30c, 60c7and $1.20. Sold
by The Pendleton Drug Co.
When you feel dull, achey and slecpyl
and want to stretch frequently, you are I
ripe for an attack of malaria. Take i
Horblne at once. It cures malaria and
nd puts the system m order.)
Mrs. AV, V. Bniilor and children
wete v8llors nt the homo of Mrs. W.
S. Mayloii of Pendleton Saturday
morning . .
it For Infanta
$ fr ft Invalids
The "Food-Drink" for AH Ages.
Quick Lunch BtHome,Office,n l
Fountains. AA for HORUCKS.
wAyoU Imitation A Substitutes
Sold by The Pendleton
Mae WeUct 1 laird
Slangier Bldg., Pendleton. Ore.
Opening August Eighth
marcellino . . '' ,
HENDERSON IS HELD ON
Hook publishers in Chicag-o conven
tion declare that next to juvenile stor
ies, the Hiblc i.s our best seller todity.
We have an initial shipment of Lang Ranges on dis
play in our store and we solicit your inspection. We call
your attention to a few of the special features which
makes the Lang Range in a class of its own. The grates
ire different and the best we ever saw. The lining in the
ovens are absolutely perfect. The fire boxes are large
and complete with water coils. The appearance of the
stove is simply wonderful and the strongest guarantee we
know about is made on Lang Ranges. They will save you
from one-third to one-half the fuel of any other Range
on the market
If you buy a Lang Range from us and. it isn't the best
baker you ever used, don't keep it. Your money will
gladly be refunded.
Price, ranging from $55.00 to $100.00
Yours for service,
Riley & Kemp
Vualiijr Our Watch wuni
Katikfactiou Our AJtii
Breaking Up a Home!
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PORTLAND, Auk. . (U. P.)
ChargM of first degree murder have
linen filed against Joseph Henderson
ok the result of his attack on his di
vorced wife yesterday with a butcher
knife, resulting In her death here last
niKht. Henderson was divorced from
his wife Jiine 15. Sho was allowed the
custody of two of the three children
and J30 monthly alimony. Hender
son went to her home, attacked her
lert her In a dying condition nnd then
fled to his own home whore he turned
a revolver on himself and slashed his
wrists when the police arrested him.
Henderson himself lies at the point of
death In n local hrspltal.
costs less to
than not to
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Could you value your time, strength and health at
nothing would you class a clean, sanitary home the year (
around as valueless even then? ''.'. '
The Hoover would repay its cost many times over by1
the longer life it gives to your rugs. Phone 496 and wo
will demonstrate the Hoover in your home.
CONVENIENT TERMS IF DESIRED
CRAWFORD FURNITURE CO
103 E. COURT ST.
Save for a Purpose
Hfr' Lew Cody, the well-known hn-vnrnp. breaklnir tipth love
r.sl of Norma Talniadee. Thafe In The Bif n on tne Door. film "W-
A IJlH-rly Lcll Hunk filled
uitli cliaiiKo 'ii''aiins ox ..
nun li liidt is-ndciic v ax did
tJi- rliiR.nit of fut orlfcTJial
by our fortifallMTM.
We have one for you.'
Save for a home, your insurance, a Mp on
your vacation, or a protection in. tymes of
It is a common practice of many ctf our pa
trons to maintain individuals accounts for
such purposes to provide sufficiently to
meet payments or needs when necessary.
Think it over, you need this 8rvice---every
one does. Come in and Btart an account to
day! $1.00 will do it.
The Inland Empire Bank
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