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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1081.
Social and Club News
Itl'TVIlV TO I-KN1.I.KTOX.
Mr. ami Mrs. licit A. Mclhina'd re
turned ycwtcrriuy from Chicago where
they have rpont the summer studying
Itiiiflc. Mm. Mclnnh) studied piano
with Josef I.hpvlimc famous piano
vl;-tuof;o ujk! t achcr who condufled a
iriturter cla-s at the American Conser
vatory of MtiKic. Chicago, and om
poxlllon with l.onifl Victor Saur, well
known composer with whom she had
Mr, McDonald wi.s n member of the
master class In violin playing con
nected by l.oopold Amr. the famous
teacher of Elinan and Heifetl. lie
did further study with Max HwM
and received a diploma from the Nor
mal department of Ihe Chicago Musi
Mr. and Mm. McDonald returned
from Chicago by the Canadian route
and vMted friends in Seattle and
Portland on their way home. They, to
gether with Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Ol
Hon of Walla Walla, well known sin;r
er, gave a concert at Cornelius, Ore
gon, Saturday, August :b, under the
auspices of the Cornelius Civic Club
and received an enthusiastic weicomc.
TO TAKR VACATION'
Mr. aud Mrs. Jack Jewelt and Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Simmons will drive to
Portland tomorrow whore they
spend Labor Pay with friends
hilive.. lu Simmon will return bv
jtrain Monday, and the other members I
:.f ihe parly will motor to Tacoma, So- j
attle and Vancouver, 1". C. They will
return home by way of Spokane and!
expect to be gone about II) days. 1
KNTKKTAtN WITH DINNER j
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas H.tmpton
were host last night Tor an enjoyable;
dinner party at their home, 315 Lewis
street, in honor of taelr house quests.
George Hampton and Mrs. Louis She
vnts, of Hillsboro. Twenty guests
were present. Mr. Hampton and Mrs.
Slieveits ale nephew and nieco of Mr.
and Mrs. Hampton.
MISS MIMS Ihl CI KST.
Miss Pauline Minis of rendleton,
who has been spending the past week
' nt. Pjinon bench. hjl retm-norl tn Port
land and is the house guest of Miss
Grace BecMol in Vl&ta avenue. Ore
UETl'RX TO PEXDLETO.V.
Miss Mildred Fisk and brother,
Clyde Flsk, have returned to Pendle
ton after a visit with their aunts. Mrs.
J. M. Choate and Mrs. J. T. Webb, of
IIOPF'S UPSTAIRS SHOP
Never have we shown a more
interesting line of
Not a single number in the
whole showing could be called
ordinary, with justice.
SMART STYLES developed in
ORLANDO CLOTH, ERMINE
fho nricps ssrp ns rpnannahle as thev will be for some time
to come and by choosing now you will get your pick from the
CELKim ATK ANN I VKUS A UY.
Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Stephens, or SOS
Garden street celebrated their fifty
seventh wedding anniversary yester
day. During, tho day many friends
called to offer their best wishes. Mr.
and Mrs .Stephens have resided In this
city for twenty-eight years. They are
the parents of twelve children, nine
of whom are living. There are nine
teen grandchildren and twenty-two
Those present for the occasion were:
Mr. and Mrs. A. R, Stephens, Jr., of
I'niatilla; -Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Steph
ens, of Portland; Mr. and Mrs. K. Rob
inson of Portland; Omer Stephens of
Athena; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Neweomb,
of Pendleton; Mr. and Mrs. Thud
Stephens, of Pendleton; Hiram Ste
phens, Jr., Omer Stephens, Jr., Fran
cis Stephens, Hope Neweomb, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Lincoln, Mrs. Frankle
Ferguson, Miss Nancy Stephens, Co
veil Stephens, Mrs. Robert Swain
bank and Francis Swainbank, all of
One daughter, Mrs. R. K. Donald
son of Mason, Neb., was not present
and one son Hiram Stephens, of Pen
dleton, was not here. During theeve
ning games and stunts were enjoyed
and Hope Neweomb gave a scries of
readings. Refreshments were served
during the evening. Mr. Stephens is
a Civil War veteran and will soon
celebrated his eighty third birthday.
He is a member of Kit Carson Grand
PLANS ARE J1ADK.
Plans for the anneal dinners to be
given by the Parish Aid of the Church
of the Redeemer during the Round
up are nearing completion. The din
ners will be served from 10:30 a. m.
to 1 p. m. and from 5 p. m. to 7 p. m.
each day. "
All the committees have not yet
been appointed, but the personnel for
some of them is as follows. J. T.
Lamblrth, cashiers; Mrs. Charles H.
Marsh, cooks and assistants; Mrs.
Frank Frazier, preparation of vege
tables; Mrs. Lina Sturgis, serving
plates; Mrs. H. K. Dickers, dishwash
ing; Mrs. Charles Grculich, serving of
food; Mrs. James Johns, Sr., and Mrs.
Marsh, purchase of food.
Store Closed All Day Labor Day,
Monday, September 5tli.
Hease Keep This in Mind When Placing
Your Order Saturday.
Ackerman's Dainty Cakes, 5 kinds, each. 20c
20 Mule Team Borax Soap Products Sale All
Look at these prices on Extracted Honey, pint
jar 35c, quart jar 55c, 1-2 gallon jar $1.15,
gallon tin $2.50.
CANNING FRUITS, HIGHEST QUALITY
Bartlett Pears, Peaches, Yelldw Preserving
Tomatoes, Italian Prunes, Petit Prunes,
Ground Cherries, Blackberries, Crab Apples,
Apples; Tokay, Malaga, Concord, Moores
Early and Black Prince Grapes.
Gray Bros. Grocery , Co.
3 Phones 28 Only 1 Quality the Beit
a 1 2
SECOSD FLOOR TAX
LOU HARDWARE nLDG.
VISITORS IN CITY.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellis of Wal
la Walla, accompanied by Mrs. Jes
sie Lott and son Gordon motored to
Pendleton Thursday and are the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christ-
ensen, 112 Turner St. Mr, and Mrs
Ellis will return to Walla Walla to
day. Mr. Ellis is manager of the Pa
cific Fruit and Produce company of
Walla Walla. Mrs. Lott and son will
remain for several days.
WILL RESIDE IN PORTLAND
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell E. Kern ex
pect to leave within a few days for
Portland, where they will make their
home. Mr. Kern, who has resigned his
position with Simpson-Sturgis, will be
associated in the brick and tile busi
ness with his father Loyal E. Kern.
Mr. and Mrs. Kern have made many
friends here and their departure Is re
gretted. They expect to motor to
VISITORS IN PENDLETON.
Mrs. J. T. Callahan, son of J. T. Cal
lahan III, and daughter Dorothula, fir
riped yesterday from Seattle to Join
Mr. Callahan here. Their home is in
New York. Miss Dorothula is eight
years old and Is an accomplished
dancer. Mrs. H. V. Lodge, of St.
Louis, sister of Mr. Callahan, is here
a so for a visit.
ARE IN APARTMENT.
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Landreth have
moved to Apartment 23 In the Secur
ity Apartments and will spend the
winter there. Mr. Landreth, who is
principal of the Pendleton h.'gh school
recently returned after attending sum
mer school at Stanford University.
WILL RETURN TOMORROW.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. E. Uemis, of Red
lands, California, who have been fis
itlng here at the Roy Dudley home,
will leave for California tomorrow.
They will make the trip by motor.
Mrs. Demis and Mrs. Dudley are sis
ters. MISS IiOWMAN IN IDAHO
Miss Leona Bowman is the guest of
friends In Wallace, Idaho.
The reputation of the box Brownie as Bimple, practical and re
liable camera has gone around the world. Their light weight, their
nuxence of bellows, their sturdy construction, simple mechanism, fixed
focus and the low price of cameras and pictures have brought them
deervcd popularity, with children as well as with adults.
Post hrown.es are the siinpk-st of cameras to operate and Nos. 0 and
make pictures of a most economic;'.! mzc. a
PiUwi from Si. 00 up
the mum DRUG CO.
GUEST OF PARENTS
Mrs. Urmel Arenstiger, of Portland,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
-Mrs. C. W. Matthews. Additional
guests at the Matthews home are Miss
Cecil Farry of Portland, and Miss
Elsie McDauicls, of New York.
Popcorn and Peanuts
The best in tlie city. Always fresh and nice. My ma
chine is convenient for everyone and I especially solicit
the ladies' and children's patronage. I buy the best pea
nuts that I can possibly get and. am now selling the finest'
Iowa Pop Corn I have ever been able to sell. If you are
a Vinnrpr ramp hv anti tflkp a hunch of rnv
roasted peanuts and you will never regret it.
for business from 7 :00 a. m. till 9 :00 p. m.
For Corn and Peanuts
I am yours
GET RILEY'S QUALITY
F. M. RILEY, 523 Main.
Quality Our Watchword
Satisfaction Our Aim
RETURN FROM TRIP.
j Dr. and Mrs. II. S. McKenzie rcturn-
;ed today after a motor trip to the
Crater Lako region. Dr. McKenzie
jkilled.two deer during the trip and
reports that he saw many bucks.
I MRS. MORSE RETURNS.
I Mrs. Roy K. Morse and son, Max
well, have returned after spending
!the summer at the beach and at
Trooitdale, where they visited Mrs.
HERE FROM MINNESOTA
Miss Athelia Senkbeil, of Belling
ham, Minnesota is a Pendleton visitor.
She will be the guest of Mrs. Ella
Rohrman until after the Round-Up.
VISITORS IN PENDLETON.
Mr. and Mrs. John II. Sherman are
Pendleton visitors. They formerly
resided here and may make their
fiome here this winter.
MISS JOHNSON WEDS.
Miss Hulda Helseno Johnson ' and
Ray Alexander were united in marri
age today. Judge I. M. Schannep of
RETURN FROM REACH
Mrs. J. W. Maloney, Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Maloney and little daughter
have returned after a sojourn at Sea-ride.
RETURNS TO HOME.
Mrs. Arthur Johnson, of Moro, sis
ter of Mrs. L. D. Idleman of this city
returned to her home yesterday after
a vinlt here.
HOME FROM ALASKA
Mits Juanita Frledly of this city and
Mi) Amanda Ha gran, of Enterprise,
have returned after an enjoyable trip
ARE IN PENDLETON.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mclntyre and
daughter, Mis Katherine Mclntyre,
of Htlix, ure in the ciiy today.
RETURN FROM' TRIP
Mr. and Mr. L. W. Owen and chil
dren have returned after. a motor tr p
J lo Portland and other puinlH.
The Hot Weather Test makes peo
ple better acquainted with their re
sources of strength and endurance.
Many find they need Hood's Sarsapa
rllla which Invigorates the blood, pro
motes refreshing sleep and overcomes
that tired feeling.
IDEAS FOR HOUSEWIVES
Removal of Stains
(a) Cream of tartar and boil-
.(b) 'Lemon Juice and salt,
(c) Oxalic acid.
(d) Hydrochloric acid.
In removing iron rust an acid
is necessary to change the iron
hydroxide into a soluble com-
pound. The acids should be ap-
plied to the spot and rinsed after
each application. Rinse In am-
monia water after the stain has
(a Sour milk.
(b) Ink eradicatora (com-
mer6:al preparations which re-
move the color also. )
(c) Salt and leifcon arc some-
Ink stains are very hard to re-
move due to difference in their
ARE REDUCED !N PRICE
DETROIT, Sept. 2. (I. X. S.)
Another reduction In the price of Ford
cars and trucks, averaging t"0, bring
ing the Ford to the lowest prices ever
offered, has been announced by the
Ford Motor Car Company.
DETROIT, Sept. 2. (U. P.) Ford
cars have been reduced H5 to 9100
per car. This is the third reduction
In tho past 12 months.
The price cuts make prices for Ford
cars lower than even In 191". Chassis
have been vcut $rj0, the roadster $45
touring $60, the truck $50, coupe
$100 and the sedan $100. Cuts have
been known to be pending for a week
v . .
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The death mask of Eurico Carusd
was made by Clfariclto, Italian
sculptor, shortly after the tenor'i
dentil in Napl&s.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronic and Nervous Diseases ani
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Elecirlf
Templs Fldg. Room M
Specially Featuring Saturday,
Women's and Misses'
at the Thomas Shop, Low Price
$25.00 to $35.00
Here Is a Splendid Opportunity for every woman or miss to buy
her new frock for full wear at prices that are exceptionally low, con
fddorlng the splendid quality and stylo of the garments represented.
Charming dresses of all wool trlcotlnc, satin and crepe de chine, In all
he newest and very latest style.
The Key that Unlinks the Door to
The men of eighty-five and ninety
years of age arc not the rotund, well
fed, but thin, spare men, who live on
a slender diet. Re as careful as he
will, however, -a man past middle age
will occasionally cat too much or
of some article of food not suited to
: his constitution, causing indigestion or
I constipation and will need a dose of
Chamberlain's Tablets til move his
bowels and invigorate his stomach
When this Is done, there is no reason
why the average man should not live
to a ripe old age.
No Substitute Offered
Say what you will about druggists
offering something "Just as good" be
cause It pays a better profit, the fact
still stands that ninety nine out of a
hundred druggists recommend Cham
berlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy,
when the best medicine for diarrhoea
is asked for, and do so because they
know from what their customers say
of It, that it can be depended upon.
A Pronounced Success
The uniform success that has at
tended the use of Chamberlain's Colic
and Diarrhoea Remedy in the relief
and cure of bowel complaints, both for
children and adults, has brought It
into almost universal use, so that It is)
practically without a - rival and as
everyone who has used It knows, It Is
without an equal.
Tlie Ideal lhirgative.
As a pugative. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are the exact thing required.
Strong enough for the most robust,
mild enough for children. They cause
an agreeable movement of the bowels
without any of that terrible griping.
Thoy are easy and pleasant to tako
and agreeable in effect.
IF YOU WANT TO KEEP
In the city or country no'other heat
ing system will give you tho warmth
with less fuel than a steam heating
system. It not only consumes less
coal but Is more healthful and re
qulres a minimum attention of all
other heating systems. ,
BENSON & WICKLAND
807 Cottonwood rhone &4
Wood for Sale.
IV CAR IATTS
Yellow Pine, Fir and Tamarac.
KARL GILLAXDER8, Pendkton
HAVE YOU TRIED
WE HAVE IT!
PHONE 871 r.
14 Pounds Cane Sugar $1.00
30 Bars White Flyer Soap $1.00
9 Carnation Milk $1.00
10 Hebe Tall Cans $1.00
Schilling's Best Coffee, 5 pounds $1.85
14 Rolls Best Crepe Toilet Paper $1.00
Large Box Crackers 70c
COMB HONEY 30c, 2 FOR 55c
Buy a Case, ,1 doz. to the case, $3.25
NIXUK WIlITINti McDONAU)
Graduate of Burnett School of
Music; pupil of Leopold Godo
sky and Josef I.hovihno In pi
ano und Ijouls Victor Saar In
composition: Godowsky method
of arm-weight and relaxation. .
Moore system of Fundamental
Music Training for Children and
IJKHT A. MrRONAM)
Violin, 'Cello, Viola,
HuhIi Conservatory, Chicago,
1!1J; .Member of Master Class
of Leopold Aucr, Chicago, 1921;
Authorized Exponent of Max
Klschel Svstcm nf Vlo'.ln Teach
ing; Graduate Chicago Mtwlcal
College ',921; Chrj and Privxtn
instruction Students' OrchM-tra.
510 W. Webb St. Phone 645-W
Pupils Now Registering.
All Grades Taught
Fall Terms Opens September 2
PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION OF FUNDAMEN
TAL MUSIC TRAINING FOR CHILDREN AT
STUDIO, 510 W. WEBB ST., WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON AT 4:30.
Mothers are invited to conic and bring tlirlr children to tills first
lesson which is free and places tile parent under no further obligation.
Children over 6 years of age are eligible,
This is an interesting and practical way of teaclitnur the first etcn
tlals of Music In class and lint been nsed with great ftcccesg by fore
inoKt twichers. J