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DAILY KA8T OKK IONIAN, I'KNIH.OTON, JKEtJO.N, 8ATUIDAV, NOVEMIIKH 30, 1907. PAGE Til REX. vr TS3R0AT AND "REED- ESR. KBNQ'S i villi r v t i i i s i i F0R COUGHS AND GOLDS CURES TEIROATLUHG DISEASES 54KZ Hl SOW'S LIFE ' My (on Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble. We doctored tome months without Improvement. Then I began giving Dr. Klng't New Discovery, and I toon noticed a change for the better. I kept this treatment up for a few weeki and now my son ia perfectly well and works every day. SAMp rutm, Aytf Mo. 60C AND $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY C TALLYMAN & CO. Society events One of the delightful society" events of the week was a social Reunion and musical given by Bushee Chapter No. 19, of the Order or Eastern Star at Masonic hall on Tuesday evening. The entertainment was prepared by a committee consisting of Mrs. F. E. Livlngood, Mrs. A. J. Owen and Mrs. W. C. E. Prultt, and the following musical and ' literary numbers were presented: Piano solo, Mrs. H. Lt Miller. Recitation, Joe Ingram. Violin solo, Margaret Lowell. Reading, Miss Hazel Crosson. Piano duet, Misses Gall and Ger trude Huffman. Reading, Mlsa Hazel Crosson. After the program a sumptuous lunch prepared as a surprise by Worthy Matron Mrs. Will Ingram for the guests was enjoyed. It was not known that Mrs. Ingram was planning the lunch and this was the most pleasant feature of the even ing. It was one of the most de licious spreads everyenjoyed In the city and was tendered by Mrs. In gram to the members as a token of her appreciation of the excellent a s'stance and co-operation which she has enjoyed during her term as worthy matron of the chapter during the past year. About 75 were present and it was one of the most pleasant events ever enjoyed by the chapter. Mr, and Mrs. Elmer P. Dodd re turned to their home at Hermlston yesterday after spending Thanksgiv ing with Mrs. Dodd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Alexander. Miss Eva Froome and Mlsa Eliza beth Foley, were visitors at Athena today. i Miss Bernlce Ruppe entertained a few frlendB at dinner on Tuesday evening In honor of her guest, Mies Jay Stanfleld. Dr. and Mrs. riamondon. and Mr. Henry Barrett of Athena, were the guests of A. W. Nye and family for Thanksgiving and to attend th Hill Lytle nuptials. Mrs. M. J. Mayes of Tacomn, who was visiting In the city the guest of her brother, Mr. A. W. Nye, and her son, Mr. Will Mays, left for her home on Friday. Mrs. Otto Dld'on of La Grande, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Overturf, and her sister, Mrs. Ireland. Mr. and Mrs4 H. A. Rrandon and son Herbert, loft on Thursday fori Tortlnnd, where they will reside In the future. ' Mrs. James Kenney Is visiting at Ileppner. Mrs. W. L. Thompson and son, Ed ward, left today for a visit at Asotin and Lewlston, where they expect to remain until after the Xmas holi days. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Geer spent Thanksgiving at Weston, the guests of friends partaking of Thanksgiving turkey with Prof. French and wife. Mrs. K. P. Marshall will be host ess on next Monday for the Duplicate Whist club. s Miss Edith Blusher Is home from St Helen's Hall, Portland, to spend the Thanksgiving holidays. Miss Elsie Matlock left on last Sat urday for Spokane, where upon her arrival she was united In marriage to Mr. W. D. Burford. The wedding was a very quiet affair, only witnessed by a few friends of both parties. Mr. and Mrs. Burford will make their home at Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sklles, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sk:ies, Mrs. Thomas Spore and Mr. Roy Sklles spent ' Thanksgiving at Walla Walla, attend Ing a Family reunion with Mrs. Cor nella Sklles, mother of J. W. and Ernest Sklles. Miss Anna Bracken of Wal!a Wal la Is visiting at the home of her sis ter, Mrs. Charles Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill left on Friday for a v:slt at Walla Walla, from where they will go to Olympla where they expect to remain until after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hartman, Jr., arrived home yesterday from Tort land, where Mrs. Hartman has been visiting for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knight left today for their home at Neva Visa New Mexico, after a visit w th Mr, Knight's parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W, Knight of Franklin street. Miss Effle Smith Is expected home tomorrow from Walla Walla, where she spent the Thanksgiving holidays with Miss Ella Ayers. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fell returned on Wednesday evening from a visit nt Heppner, where they attended the Ayers family reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Swaggnrt of Ileppner and Mrs. Wilbur Keiths of Vancouver, Wash., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Matlock over Thanksgiving. Mr. Swaggart nnd Mrs. Keiths are brother and sister of Mrs. Matlock. was united In marriage to Dr. W1I I Ham Harrison Lytic. A pretty event to be long remembered by those who were present at the ceremony, which Included only the Immediate relatives of the family and a few dear friends. The marriage service, which was read by Rev. Charles Qulnney, In the living room, a prettily decorated cor ner, In English Ivy Indicated the posi tlon of the bridal party. Mrs. J. R Dickson sounded the opening notes of "Lohengrin" wedding march aa the bridal party descended- the n stairs, led by Mrs. James H'll, sister-in-law of the bride, who acted as matron of honor, followed by the bridesmaid, Miss Edith Epple. Last came the bride on th-i-arm of her father, Mr. John Hill. The bridal procession passed through the reception hall in to the living room where the groom and his best man, Dan P. Smythe, awa ted them. The bride was lovely in an elegant gown en train of white Elltchlan cloth, made princess mode, with elaborate trimmings, real lace com bined with baby Irish and Maltese lace. . The bridal veil gracefully fas tened In the ha'r, fell In soft folds entirely enveloping her figure, an arm bouquet of whit chrysanthe mums was carried. The matron of honor's gown was a beautiful crea tion of pink Elltchlan cloth with trimmings of lace and velvet. White chrysanthemums were carried by both matron and maid, who looked charming In a dress of light blue chiffon over blue taffeta silk. A reception followed the ceremony, at which there was a large attend ance despite the Inclement' weather In the dining room, where a light eolation was served, the decorations were In green and wh'te. White carnations formed a pretty center piece and the waxen tapers were hooded In red. Mrs. Frank Frazler and Mrs. Charles Hamilton poured coffee during the earlier hours of the evening, assisted by Miss Rena Ferguson and Miss Edna Thompson. Relieving them were Mrs. Lee Moor nung pendant from above the table house and Mrs. A. J. McAllister, .as- and red card bells, cut from card- isted by Miss Eva Froome and M ss board were used as place cards, on pay Bartholomew and Mrs. Richard Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Richard Mavbem and Mrs. Frank Haves, as- Mayberry and Mrs. Frank Hays gave 8Pted by Mrs. Clarence Penland and a "shower" and card party, at wh'ch Mrs. John Adams. Punch was eorv- tne oriae elect received many pret-1 ed throughout the evening in the llv- of the week, was honored by . two pretty companys previous to her marriage to Dr. Lytle on Wednesday afternoon, the f rst being a dinner party given by her bridesmaid, Miss Edith Epple, on last Saturday even- Ing at her home on Long street, eight of the bride's friends being invited. The table was tastefully decorated In red and white. Many red bells were Miss Myrtle Hill, one of the brides TEITH'S CONQUEROR SHOES Jbr MEN $352 $422 1522 Many competitors but no equals Merit makes them stand alone J 1 rrcston IJ. Keith Shoe Co., Makcm, Riockttm, Mass Sold by BOND BROTHERS, Schmidt Building. ty favors from the guests assembled. Progressive "600" was played, Miss Fay Bartholomew winning first prize. Miss Rowena Matholt of Walla Walla, is the guest of Mrs. Charles Epplnger. Miss Matholt accompan ied the Walla Walla orchestra on tne piano at tne Elks' dance on Thanksgiving evening and will sing tomorrow at the Elks' memorial ser vices. Mrs. Selkirk Norton, entertained with a dinner party on Thursday evening in honor of MaJ. Von Egloff- steln of Portland, who accompanied the Hill Military academy football team on their recent visit to our city. Mrs. Alice Sheridan was hostess last evening for the Duplicate Whlsl club. Mrs. William Matlock will be host ess on next Tuesday evening for a tea and reception for the benefit of the Episcopal church. A f ne musi cal pros rum will also be rendered. Mrs. F. W. Vincent of Portland, Is spending the Thanksgiving holidays In Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. W. a E. Pruitt re turned today from a visit over Thar.gsglvlng at Baker City. The festlvites of Thanksgiving evening were many. Two dancing parties, high school reception, to gether with the theater and roller skating rink. Pendleton people were Ing room by the following ladies: Mrs. Clarke Nelson, Mrs. L. G. Fra zler, Miss Bertha Alexander, Mrs. Lachlan McCleay, Mrs. Harry Thomp son, Mrs. Mark Moorhouse, Mrs. Fred Earl and Miss Gertrude Sheri dan. '' T Dr. and Mrs. Lytle left on No. 5 for a short wedding trip at Portland. The bride's golng-away gown was of brown with hat and gloves to match. Upon their return from Portland, Dr. and Mrs. Lytle will be at home In a cozlly furnished cottage on West court street. Mrs. Henry Laatz will give a sil ver tea at her home on Jackson street on next Monday afternoon for the benefit of the Presbyterian church, Mrs. Montie Gwinn and Mrs. T. T. Geer have Issued invitations for cards on next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gwinn bn Lewis street. Mrs. Selkirk Norton and mother, Mrs. Selkirk, were Informally "at home" yesterday afternoon to their friends. The wedding nuptials of two well known young people. Miss Jaunita Robinson and Mr. Herbert Stanfleld. were solemnized on Wednesday after noon at the home of the bride's par- (Contlnued on page 8. H1)ll,,l.i"tV J '"" not at a loss as to how to spend the T J . t'Vj!'' evening If not-Inclined to remain at fr-". (7 -'-f home by the fireside. i$1fo The Elks' dancng party at Eagles B Jfil ' hall proved one of the most enjoy. . ."f-VJSf able affairs. The guests, assembled K-Jtff Cj- in costumes quite In keeping with the U Y1a1? Known For Its Strength The First National Bank ' Pendleton, Oregon DesignafediUnifed States Depository Established 1882 Has operated under the National Bank Act for more than a quarter of a century, making five statements of condition each year, besides undergoing semi-annual examinations by FederaTexaminers. To day its business is larger than ever in its history. It invites new business on the basis of its strength and security.. Courteous treatment, progressive methods and a careful consideration of your require ments are assured. SECURITY THE MACHINE THAT DOES THE WORK and good work too. 1 The old shoe maker sells shoes, and good ones at that. i. .'.:.: i , Best Shoes on cairn at A. EKLUNDS o " requests or ine invitation Howery style. All formality was laid aside, and a general good time was indulged In. Judging from the radiance spread over the faces of dancers, they looked as if they were thankful to be there. Excellent music was provided for the dances by a several orchestra pieces secured from Wal la Walla for the occasion. The firemen's dancing party on Wednesday evening at Eagles hall was largely attended and thoroughly enjoyed by its guests. The profits from the dancing party will W ap plied to the firemen's relief fund. The members of the Hill Military football team were tendered a re ception on Thursday evening by the students of the Pendleton high school at the home of Mr. ami Mrs, J. R. Plckson from 7:30 until 9. Added to the social pleasures of the even ing were the musical selections ren dered by Miss Pernlee Ruppe, Miss Rena Ferguson. Mrs. J. R. Dickson and Mr. Fred Hartman. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Norrls of I.a Grande will reside In Pendleton dur ing the winter months. Miss Nett'e Roulston of Walla Wnlla. was an out of town guest nt the Hlil-Lytlo nuptials. While In the city Rhe was entertained nt the home of Mrs. Sam Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rloakncy nre visiting nt Walla Walla In attendance nt the Whitman massacre exercises. Mrs. Ponn Tatom will entertain the Jolly Neighbors club on next Tues day afternoon. 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