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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1908.
FOURTEEN PAGES. TdDOBDIjlhlfi TdDiniogiK immi mmm aft ftk Kbn tisnp TlhicssiSir' With an All-Star Cast of Comedians, Singers and Dancers. The Biggest, Best, Funniest and Most Musical Show Put on in the City of Pendleton. TME Amy Troesfousse Ora Tresmond Maymon Steward C. M. Devere Lottie Dale Tom Gaynor Maxine Tresmond Sarnie O'Connell Eva Brown Dont Miss This Great Introduction of a Great Company. Sunday Matinee and Sunday Night. Admission 1 0, 20 and 30 cents TONIGHT! TONIGHT! ill wn mi'iiiii TONIGHT ! Society events Mrs. Charles Qulnney gave the , fourth and fifth of her scries of parties for the members of the Sun day school classes of the Church of the Redeemer on Monday afternoon, when she entertained the members of her own class and thorn? of the class of Mrs. Lina Sturgis on Thursday afternoon. The last of the series will be given next week. Mrs. E. U. Swlnburn entertained the Duplicate Whist club on Friday evening. The club guests were Miss Gertrude Sheridan, Mrs. A. W. Nye, Mrs. Thomas Warner and Mm. A. Mc Allister. Mrs. a. I. Ia Dow will be hostess for the Jolly Neighbors' club on next Tuesday afternoon. The North Side Bridge club met Tuesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Max Baer. Prizes for points were won by Mrs. Henry Laatz and Mr. 0. I. La Dow, a club guest. Mrse. E. P. Marshall will entertain the Duplicate Whist club on Monday afternoon. Mrs. William Mooro entertained the Monday Afternoon Thimble club. Miss Fay Bartholomew left on Fri day for a short visit with trlends at lleppner, returning to Pendleton on Monday. Mrs. Q. W. Phelps Is visiting her sister, Mrs. M, B. Metalcr, of Hopp- nor. Mrs. Harry Sklles of Walla Walla, was a visitor In 'Pendleton a few Ndnys this week the guest of Mrs. Ern est SKiies, wno returned to waua Walla with Mrs. Harry Sklles on Tuesday, where she will visit for a couple of weeks. Two events which were to be given next week In honor of Miss Froome had to be cancelled, on account of Miss Froome leaving today for Port land. ' Tho ladles of the Sanctuary chap ter of the Episcopal church, will 'give a hyacinth tea on next Thursday eve ning at the home of Mrs. W. E. Brock. The postponed dancing party given by the Married Peoples' Dancing club will take place on next Wednesday evening at Eagles' hall. Mrs. Charles Carter returned on Tuesday from a 10-days' visit with friends In Seattle. Mrs. Elmer P. Dodd, of Hermlston, Is an expected visitor In Pendleton next week. Mrs. Alice Sheridan, after a pleas ant visit of two weeks In Portland, returned homo Wednesday. Mrs. J. F. Robinson was hoatesa on Thursday afternoon for the H. T. club. The last of the many events this week In compliment to Miss Froome, was the thimble party gltfen by Mrs. George Hartman on Friday afternoon, when a number of the friends of the honor guest were Invited to hem kitchen linens which wore afterward presented by Mrs. Hartman to Miss Froome, together wlvh a guest prize. Judges were selected by the hostess to decide the best quality of needle work, prizes for which were awarded to Mrs. Henry Lnatz and Mrs. Thomas Warner. Mrs. Louis Hunzlker assist ed Mrs. Hartman In serving a deUjfht ful collation at tho closo of .the afternoon. Mrs. William Iklles and Mra. Thos. Spohr gave an enjoyablo company of the week on Tuesday afternoon In compliment to Miss Froome . The ever popular game of m'lltary "500" wus played, and the merry buttle for the first flags ran high at the close of the fray two forts were tied as to number of flags won. and an extra gamo was played to decide the win ners, who were Miss Gertrude Sheri dan, Miss Eva Froome, Mrs. Clarke Nelson and Mrs. Rlchurd Mayberry. Miss Froome was also the recipient of a guest prize. The Sans Soucl club will meet on next Monday evening with Mrs. Leona Thompson. Mrs. Thomas C. Taylor will enter tain at dinner this evening at the Hotel Pendleton In honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Taylor. Mrs. Hart of Hllgard, Is visiting at tho home of Mr. G. W. Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Prock have Is sued Invitations for cards on next Tuesday evening at the home of the letter on North Main tsrect. t Brides of the last six years, during the residence of Mrs. Thomas Warner In Pendleton, were her guests on Thursday afternoon at a "white ele phant" party In honor of Miss Eva Froome. There were also present a few unmarried guests, who were close friends of Miss Froome. Each brought, nt the request of the hostess, a piece of poetry composed to the bride-elect, also some article, secure ly wrapped In tissue paper, that had been a "white elephant" on their hands. On each package a number was placed and slips of paper bearing the corresponding numbers were given to the guests, who in turn handled ea(jh package carefully, trying to guess its contents. At the end of a given time the one guessing the great est number correctly was awarded a prize, also the privilege of making the first draw of tho white elephants before unfolding Its contents. Each each guest following with a draw, and as each white elephant was revealed, there was a spontaneous burst of laughter. Mrs. Al Slusher carried off the honor of guessing the greatest number of white elephants correctly, and was awarded the prize. Miss Froome also received a small token of friendship from the hostess. As sisting Mrs. Warner In the afternoon pleasure were Mrs. William Thomp son, Mrs. Eugene Vaughnn, Mrs. D. t McNubb and Mrs. Fred Shoemaker. Tho past week in society has work ed up in crescendo from scarcely a ripple to a whirl of gaiety, owing probably, to the fact that Lent is not far distant. Many companies' of this week were devoted to Miss Froome, the first of which was given on Mon day afternoon by Mrs. D. C. McXabb and Mrs. John Adams at the home of the former on East Lewis street. Progressive "500" was played at eight tables. At tho closo of the game Mrs. Thomas Spohr scored highest on points and was awarded first prize. Miss Froome also being the recipient of a gift from the hos tesses. Mrs. McNabb and Mrs. Adams were aslsted during the afternoon by Mrs. E. R. Swlnburn and Mrs. Eu gene Vnughan. This afternoon a sec ond party was given by Mrs. McXabb and Mrs. Adams when they enter tained about 40 guests. Mrs. Frederick Shoemaker has Is sued Invitations for a Swastika party at Eagles' hall, on Friday, February 28. Cards will form the afternoon's entertainment. Elizabeth Foley, Miss Epple, Miss Lura Dorothy and M ss Alma Harris, who were awarded prizes. At St. Mary's Catholic church on Monday morning was celebrated tho wedding of Miss Mary Vey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Vey, to Mr. William Pedro, brother of the well known ranchmen. The nuptial bene diction was given by Rev. Father Xeate. The bride, who was given away by her father, was attired In a gown of white eoliene over taffeta and wore the conventional br'dal vein and orange blossoms wreath. She carried white roses. Miss Rosle Vey acted as bridesmaid, while Lizzie Vey and Nadlne Blakeley were flow er girls. Baby Rita, little Bister of the bride, was ring carrier.- Mr. Emmanuel Pedro was best man or his brother. The church was beauti fully decorated for the occasion; the music and singing was well rendered by the Sisters of St. Joseph's acade my, where the bride was educated. The bride was the recipient of many beautiful and costly presents. The newly married couple left for Port land for their honeymoon trip. provement" and each member Is re quested to come with suggestions on "how to make Pendleton a more healthful place In which to live." This promises to be an Interesting afternoon. Walla; J. C. A. M. A Jolly company of tho week was given last evening by Mrs. Loe Moor- houso when she entertained a large number of tho teachers of tho city schools at cards. Military "000" formed a pleasant pastime, tho suc cessful fort defenders being Miss Club Notes Hotel St. George. Geo. D. O'Connor, Walla C. E. Cochran, La Grande; French, B. C; John Clancy, FolUer, Portland; F. L. Wait, Cas cade Locks; J. J. Hogan, O. Berkley, G. H. Clark, Portland; L. Foersteman, Wlhvaukee; F. L. Flnkla, Portland; G. McOilvery. J. A. Ruch, Spokane; R. Wakelin, Seattle; G. M. Jackson, Spokane; D. Wltkowski, San Fran cisco; A. L. Beebe, Spokane; E. L. Wllsdon, Toledo; C. Devendorf, Taco ma; J. H. Gault, Milwaukee; O. P. Cherdron, San Francisco; P. A. Ger ling. Portland; X. G. Johnston, Ott. Io.; C. D. Slocuni, New York; Wr. C. Motley. Portland; R. B. Stanfleld, Echo; E. Culp, W. Reddig. Portland; J. II. Fish. K. C; J. C. Hogan, S. F.; Mrs. C. R. Curhma, Omaha; C. G. Miller, Heppner, J. W Messuer, Ba ker City. T. A. C. Mrs. S. A. Lowell will entertain the members of the Thursday Afternoon club with a program on "The Holy City." The meeting time has been postponed from Thursday until Sat urday, March 7. The City Beautiful. Mrs. James Johns will be hostess for the Current Literature club at the Nash residence, Thursday, February 27. Th subject chosen Is "Civic Ini- Clironlc Constipation Cured. One who suffers from chronic con stipation is In danger of many serious ailments. Orlno Lazatlve Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation as It aids digestion and stimulates the liver and bowels, restoring the natural action of these organs. Commence taking It today and you will feel better at once. Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nauseate or gripe and Is very pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. Pendleton Drug Co. IHrremuf Explained. Willie I say, father, what Is the difference between "well and "good?" Father I have noticed, my son, that about the only time when you are good Is when you are not well? Philadelphia Inquirer. See the new Franklin with closed fops and storm frontsSummer riding on coldest days No water to freeze in zero weather. WHY THE FRANKLIN LEADS. Saving weights makes power "do things." Every pound saved in the engine saves more pounds throughout the entire construction frame transmission, axles and wheels. And saves power. The Franklin air-cooled engine has no water weight or plumbing-weight. This is only the starting point. Weight is saved throhghout by simple and "refined construction, high-grade strong materials and perfect workmanship. The most efficient, powerful, reliable and the lightest automobile engine ever built. This is possible only through the Exclusive fea tures of the Franklin. Auxilliary exaust, concentric valves, spherical cy linder head with phosphor-bronze cooling flanges. "20 Franklin horsepower will do more than 40 horsepower on other cars." Call and investigate. PENDLETON AUTO CO. McCormmach Withee East Court Street. I Oregon Theatre ONE NIGHT ONLY Friday, February 28 th Social Event of the Season A Guaranteed Attraction JULES MURRY Presents Pan! GOiiore J'JLES MURRY OFFEPS AN AUTOMOBILE COMEDY in irr rMULi TUAdC In An Up-to-Date Comedy THE WHEEL OF LOVE A Semi-Western Automobile Play by GEORGE V. HOBART Author of Mrs. Wilson, May Irwin's Last Season's Success, Mclntyre & Heath's Great Hit, "The Ham Tree." "Song Birds." "Eleven John Henry Books." Creat or of The Famous "Dinkel Spiel Stories," and Co-Author of Lillian Russell's Stupendous Suc cess, "Wildfire." Wonderful Scenic and Light Effects Carriages at 10:45 No Free List Prices $1.50, $1.00, 50c Seats on Sale Thursday, Feb, 27, 10 a. m., at the Pendleton Drug Co. SHOP Pendleton's Popular Picture Pavilion. Eagle Building A. C. Friedly, Prop. Will Trites, Mgr. Program for Saturday and Sunday "Lost A Home" "A Pretty Typist" "Four-Footed Heroes" "Picture Song" "In the Golden Summer Time" Admission 10 cents The East Oregonian ia eastern Oregon's representative dsdot. It feeds and the people appreciate it and show it by their liberal patron age. It is the advertising medium of thia section.