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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1916.
EIGHT PAGES FA GE FOUR QT IF ie Housewife . SVIMSEY SMITH'S RECIPE FOR SAJLAD PRESSING, 'Two boiled potatoes, strained through a kitchen Kiev, Softness and smoothness to the salad Five. Of mordant mustard take a single spoon Distrust the condiment that bite too soon: Yet deem It not, thou man of taste, a fsult To add a double quantity of salt. Four times the Fpoon with oil of Lucca crown, And twice with vinegar procured from town; True taste requires It, and your poet belts The pounded yellow of two well-boiled eggs. It onions' atoms lurk within the bowl And. scarce suspected, animate the whole; , And lastly, in the flavored compound 'toss A magic spoonful of anchovy sauce. Oh, preat and glorious! oh, herbaceous meat. . . . Kf X'KIPT FOR RKSTORIXG WOM EATEN WOOD 1. Melt paraffin wax candles in a Jam pot by putting pot in boiling water. i. Add two thirds benzine or ben soli ne. 3. Warm the wood to be treated. 4. Apply at much of the warm mix ture aa the wood will take up. 6. Drive it into the wood by ap plying hot flatiron held close to the surface. 6. Repeat four or five times, or as often as necessary. " Note The process should be car ried out away from the fire as ben- itne Is extremely Inflammable. The warmer the wood, the further the ben. sine will penetrate The surplus para ffln on the surface can be drawn off by heat. SNAP THE GIOVES TOGETHER Get into the way of snapping the catch of one glove into that of the other, immediately upon taking them off. This will prevent their being separated In the bureau drawer, or in the pocket or muff, and will keep them conyeniently together. If . the gloves button, the buttonhole of one may be slipped over the button of the other, when they are removed. A HANGER FOR THE MIFF A muff that is laid In a drawer or hung In a closet against other gar ments is apt to become flattened and matted. To avoid this, a collapsible muff hanger has been devised by which the muff may hang clear of other ;irtii-li's. A folding double wire r:u k go,'s through tho mul'f, holding it strtUohd flat, and ft dainty ribbon is attained to each end. The rack may be shortened or elongated to fit any size of muff. SPKCIAIXY FRF.PAREn CMYKS. i This season shows novelties in pre pared olives of several kinds. One that will appeal to the busy housewife who likes her salads and salmis nice ly garnished is the bottled rings ot green olives known as salmi rings. Of course, all stones are removed from these. Another kind, planned for hors d'oeuvres, Is the green olive stuffed with celery, while olives stuffed with almonds or filberts are also delect able for the same purpose. In one bottle may be obtained pimento-stuffed ripe olives with ripe olives stuffed with tuna; these are very new. Tuna is a fish that is white In color, so that In these dark olives the red pimentos and the white fish meat make a very pretty dish. For sandwiches, or a relish to be served with cold meats, there is an olive butter not so smooth as peanut butter but, when prepared with red peppers in almost undiscernible quantity and a small amount of vinegar, a very delicious Item of its sort. Allotlters Desire-VMoterjy-Ls ail ealthyBaby Thafa a loyal and natural feeiinc- n rm. - "."WlB jib ' c. iuta malt yonr desire an assurance by using "Mother's Friend." Its beneficial qualities will conserve your own health and strength and make baby'a coming easier and Its future health secure. Get It at your druggist Bend for the free book. H TK.Brmd&ld RofrulaW Co. ?1 la-narBld Atlanta Ca KNOWN FOR IT'S STRENGTH THIRTY-FOUR YEARS OF UNBROKEN SUCCESS. THE GROWTH AND CON TINUOUS SERVICE OF THIS INSTITUTION ARE AT YOUR COMMAND. MAKE USE OF OUR FACI LITIES AND THE EXPERI ENCE OF OUR OFFICERS IN YOUR BUSINESS REQUIREMENTS. HIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS HALF A MILLION PENDLETON SECURITY - Mrs. J. L. Dunne and Mrs. Mary C. Harvey who have been visiting rela tives in Eastern Washington and Ore gon for the past three months have returned to their home in this city. Judge and Mrs. John P. Kavanaugh of Portland arrived Yesterday and are guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs. will deliver the Elks niemnital ad dress Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph N". Scott and children of Athena left yesterday via Walla Walla for Long Beach, Cali fornia, where they will spend the winter. Miss Harriet Young left last even ing for Portland where she will re main for a week and will attend the State Music Teacher's convention. Mrs. Lillian Conser arrived from Portland last evening to spend Thanks, giving with her sister Mrs. W. E. Brock. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cronan came up today from lone to spend Thanks giving with Mrs. Cronan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sallng. Mr and Mrs. R. Alexander and Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Collins motored to Hermiston this morning where they will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Dodd. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Sayres went to Walla Walla to spend Thanksgiving with their son, Stanley S. Sayres, who is a student at Whitman College. Tuesday afternoon at her home, 814 Mill street, Mrs. Helena Burton de lightfully entertained many of her friends and organized a club giving It the name of the Lavender Club. Mrs. Burton was chosen president and Mrs. L. F. Lampkin vice president with the following members: Mrs. J. S. Beck with, Mrs. Perry Houser, Mrs. W. R Hale, Mrs. Emma E. Smith, Mrs. M. J Luck, Mrs. F. W. Pettingail, Mrs. C E. Straub., Mrs. Lillian Wilson, Mrs. P. Williams, Mrs. Mary Spangler, Mrs. Pearl Cox, Mrs. Christie Phillips, Mrs. J. M. Cook. Mrs. S. E. Catchens, Mrs. M. S. Brown, Mrs. L. Lampkin, Mrs Helena Burton and Mrs. J. L Row land. Mrs. Pettingail entertained the I W1- : Mi i M if k s H ORMA TALMADGE AND J. W. JOHNSTON IN NEW TRIANGLE FINE ARTS FEATURE. "FIFTY-FIFTY." Coming to the Tempi e Sunday and Monday. H. J. Kavanaueh. Thftv were nnm. panled up from Portland by lilttle Miss Jane Kavanaugh who had been visiting them. Judge Kavanaugh TAKE GOOD CARE OF THE WEAKNESS DEVELOPS TRY HOSTETTER'S Stomach Bitters CARTOZIAN BROS., Inc. of Portland Annual Exhibit of I rioDta i. at s H k. Now on Display at r M m ALEXANDERS Cs Department Store Connoisseurs of Oriental Rugs are specially urged to see this collection ladies with sketches of travel onri fha home life which were beautifully ren- -erea ana much appreciated. Dur ing the afternoon a daintv three luncheon was served. Miss Ada Unlce Cook and Roscoe J. Rhodes Wefft United In mnrrio va tVifa morning at a pretty ceremony at the iiiiuuibi cnurcn, tne Kev. J. E. Gor nail officiating. M. H. Gillette of lone is In the city, Nate Raines of Ritter, Is in town G. a Marvin of Salem Is In town J. E. Kimball of Holdman, Is In the city. Mrs. B. D. Smith is to leave for Se attle tomorrow. Alfred B. Franz Is an Athena visit or in the city. A. D. Bradford of the Everywoman company is in the city. Glen E. Scott, well known Helix far mer, is in the city. W. H. Morrison the Helix real jtate man, is in the city. I Clarence Barker of Portland is here 1 for a visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Smith of Adams i are in Pendleton for a visit. ! Fred Nihart, of Bull, Idaho, is an out of town visitor in the city, ! R. S. Mllhorn of Weiser, Idaho, .registered at the Hotel St. George Mr and Mrs Thnmai rvnrlon Heppner, are visiting friends In the city. i. G. A. Pearson and G. M. Hostetler of The Dalles, are registered at the Hotel Pendleton. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Raymond are Thanksgiving day guests at the Rees ranch near neiix. ' Miss Richardson, teacher in the school at Stanton, Is spending Thanks giving with relatives here. is of Do Yon Have Sour Stomach 7 If you are troubled with sour stom ach you should eat slowly and masti cate your food thoroughly, then take one of Chamberlain's Tablets Imme. diately after supper, obtainable ev. erywhere. Adv. REALTY TRANSFERS Warranty Deeds. W. W. McQueen, et ux, to C, W, Harder, 110, mete and bound descrip tion in Sec. 36, Twp, S North, Range 36. W. L, Thompson, trustee, to John Leedy, NW. 1-4 See. 21, Twp. 1 North Range 32. J. E. 8mith Llvestocy Co., to A. E Hascall, Jl, acreage In Twp, 1 South, Rang II. 1:8 S t 7v(jjfUK(f)ijji,n, aim riayer-riaito Why this store sells pianos cheaper titan any other in this section T TE BUY pianos and player-pianos from vv: one of the greatest manufacturers in the n.rl,l Maiiw nf Baldwin. This company operates two immense factories at Chicago and Cincinnati. They produce thirty thousand instruments a year. They make every part of every instrument. They have reduced the manufacture of pianos to a science. Big output, complete facilities and systematic economy enable them to produce high-grade pianos at the lowest cost. Their instruments cost us less than any others of supposedly equal grade. We can sell cheaper because we buy cheaper. WE DEAL directly with the manufac turers. We arc, m fact, one of the two thousand representatives that consti tute the House of Baldwin. The instruments pass directly from the factory to us. We pay noprofits to jobbers or middlemen of any kind. The. only amount we pay above the actual cost of making is the manufacturing proht. This is very small because the House of Bald win prospers through volume of business not because of exorbitant turnover on each in strument. We can sell cheaper because we do not have to pay several profits. ( WE maintain no expensive selling force. Every piano is sold by us. We do not have to pay agents' commissions. We ask you simply one fair profit above the rock bottom price of the instrument to us. Our personal, simple, individual way of doing bim ness saves many a dollar on every sale, thus enabling us to mark every instrument un usually low. By comlnit to this store for piano or player-piano you can be sure of ellml natins all extra profits, you can enjoy the many advantatfes of dealing ? .. .. .t unn I'tin ier nne of the famous ine ,rf RalJwiii Instruments that are known the world over for artistic Ilou.se ot tiauwiii instrument ui.h it - - ceiUmce, remarkable durabUity uud uuequaleU aU-rouna value. Warrens Music House 814 Main Street 5 We Also Carry Such Famous Makes of Pianos as BUSH & LANE STULTZ VOSE FARRAND HAMILTON WEBER HALLET& DAVIS NETZOW CONWAY KIMBALL GRAND KOHLER & CAMPBELL Also the Following Famous Player Piano: WERNER MODELLA FARRAND CONWAY STROHBER, AND OTHERS. EDISON DISC, VICTROLA AND COLUMBIA TALKING MACHINES. W. H. Rich et ux, to W. W. Harrah, $125, lot 11, block 219 of Reservation addition to Pendleton. S. A. Ash, to a L Stebblns, et al $1.00, acreage In Twp. 6 North Range 31. otaoE 30E30I lomoi IOE30I 10(30 ALTA THEATRE COMING Reese Bros. Africander I5-PE0PLE-15 Band and Orchestra FRIDAY 0E30I aoaei IOE30C I0E30E XOI30 TODAY IS m. IH t-u ma mi B iLrl m at The TEMPLE Theatre THE BIG SIX REEL FEATURE. DE WOLF HOPPER IN DON QUIXOTE This is the feature that has been chosen in many cities throughout the country by Family Film Day Committees, and was selected by the Local Committee. In Addition to the Above There Will be Special COMEDY EDUCATIONAL AND SCENIC 6 Reels 6 This program will please the old as well as the young. We will run continuous starting at 1 P. M. . Did We Save YOU Any Money on YOUR Thanksgiving Dinner? Look at What We Save You Every Day. KWKET 8PIDS, 84 POI'XOS FOK 25c 1 0c Orange '. S.'ic 50c Oraniros 4.V liCtnoiM 30o llunttiius 300 and 3"" Cranberries, 2 quarts for 2."e And wo give Pumpkins away IVrc. A new slilpnirnt of fresh I'erslmonH Just arrived. NEW FRUIT MARKET 308 W. WEBB PHONE 700 His. Myse nhnst PHYSICAL CULTURE AND ELOCUTION. Hotel Pendleton. BEFORE You let any work in our line, don't forget to get our prices. Estimates gladly furnished on any kind of stone, brick and cement work. S. RUGO & CO. Telephone 461 MEN WOMEN Are yon tired of work that offers little or no chance for advancement T Why not become a druglesa physici an? The field is large, opportunities great, and the profession honorable and lucrative to the trained practiti oner. We offer a thorough course in Anatomy and Physiology, Electro therapy, Photo-therapy, Vibration, Massage. Spondylotherapy, Diagnosis. Etc., Etc Iw you are Interested call or write to us. ' i Prs. MacPhoraon, Williams ft Blew 122 Grand Ave., Portland, Ore. KR. EDISON'S WONDERFUL PHONOGRAPH $36.00 WITH 12 RECORDS A little down and a little each; month' or week. Yes, you may keep this new Edison Thomas A. Edison's great phono graph with the diamond stylus and your choice of records, too, for only $36.00, Including 12 records.. You may pay a little down and a little each month or week. Try the Ne Edison In your home before you decide to buy. Entertain your friends with your favorite records. Wrlto Today for our New Kdlsoa- Hook. Rend your name and address for our new book and picture of the Kew Edison phonographs. No obli gations. WARREN'S MUSIC HOUSE Edison Phonograph Distributors Pendleton, Oregon.