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STAND THE I KICKS 4M - 3S ,*vr m m. ■fjti m m Next Week Will Be Children's Week T the January Clearing Sale beginning Monday morning bright and early, we will place on sale many lines of children's wear at very special prices. Everything for boys and girls to wear at mill and factory prices or less. Clothing, Shoes, Hosiery, Dresses, Underwear, all at clearing prices. Child ren's sale begins Monday Morning. A BLAKE'S v \r The Best Shoe Bargain Yet 74 pair guaranteed shoes at $1 a pair. This lot consists of Academy brand, regular $1.50: Black Diamond brand, regular $1.40 Niagara brand, regular $1.25. In two lea thers, box calf and kid, sizes 8 djl AA to 111-2. January clearing price Bring the Boy Here Monday and if you can, bring his old shoes so we can give you the correct size; 120 pairs of Peters' Diamond brand guaranteed shoes, not a pair but we can fully guarantee. "No Trash no Shoddy." Sell regular at $1.89 and $2.00. Sizes 11 1-2 to 2. January Clear- djl OC mg price, pair - - ■ - - Big Boys 9 and Little Men's Shoes Sizes 3 1-2 to 5 1> 2, all the best box calf and vici kid, that sell regular at $1.85 to $2.25. Every pair fully guaranteed. Come and bring your foot. Sale begins Moniay. JA All go at ■ y1*w BLAKE'S $1.75 For a Suit About 20 two piece suits for boys from 6 to 14 years. Every suit a good one. They are the remainder of a line we are going to quit handling. Sell regular at $3.50 to $5.00 Now $1.75 Big Boys 9 Suits $3 18 of them. All three piece long pants, odds and ends. No two alike, ages 14 to 18 years Sell at $5 to $7 regular Now $3. BLAKE'S Little Gent's Goat $1.50 About 25 of them to let you have. All good ones too. Sold at $3.50, $3.93 and $4.50. Out on a table and yours at $1.50 Little Boys' Overcoats $3.00 Stylish little fellows, too. In Astrakhan, blue, brown, red and grey. Sizes 3 to 7 years. Sold at $4.00 and $5.00 Now $3.00 Little girls' dresses 75e Little girls' caps .. 35c Girls' Topsy ribbed hose......10c Boys' Topsy ribbed hose ..... . 15c Girls' 50c Tamoshanters.. 15c Girls' 50c Night Gowns.. ,35c Girls' 35c Vests.......15c Girls' 35c Drawers..... 15c BLAKE'S Boys' 35c caps____20c Boys' 50 cent Knee Pants........ 35c Boys' $2.00 Robber Boots • • • • Boys' Bine Overalls. 15c Boys' Fleeced Drawers . . 25c Boys' Fleeced Shirts . . . 25c Boys' Calf Mittens.... 35c Boys' Golf filoves .... 25c BLAKE'S N THE SOCIAL REALM The several lodges of the city have been the most active centers at social life this week by celebrat ing the installation of their officers With a social gathering of their members. Monday night the Wood men of the World gave a dance and sapper and had an evening of thor ough enjoyment. On Wednesday Sight the three lodges of the Odd Fellows gave a joint Installation at the Woodmen hall and followed It •with a dance and served refresh ments. The evening was delight fully spent. On Friday night the Blue lodge of the Masonic order held an informal banquet for its members, following the regular in itiatory ceremonies. The Twentieth Century clubb met Monday afternoon In the Elks' tem ple. The program was under the direction of the civics and current events class of the club, and con sisted first in the giving of a farce showing the prevailing idea of those who look for the ridiculous In the work of club life, but following this the same people presented a drill In parliamentary law that showed how »Mo-date organizations are con ducted. During the afternoon Mrs. H. K. Barnett sang a solo. Mr». F. B. Bartlet and Mrs. Arthur Clarke were voted members in the business meeting of the club. The First Avenue Card club met ■Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. W. Mount. Miss Olive Blanchard returned Tuesday from Portland, where she visited with friends during the holi days. The Tsceminieum club met this afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. W. Shaff. on Fifth street. The work onjily the study of mythology was eon-, tinned In the program of the after-jin »oon. The subjects are still In Greek mythology, and were today as follows: "Athene and Her Myths," Mrs. W. F. Kettenbach ; "Review of Ruskin's 'Queen of the Air,' *• Mrs. W. G. Ninneman; "Athene of the Odessy," Mrs. F. B. Bartlett; Read ing, Miss Vollmer. Miss NIda Mounce is visiting friends in Pullman this week. Mrs. Otto Kettenbach entertained at dinner Tuesday evening in hon or of Mrs. Henry, who is spending the winter here. The natural reaction after holi days has followed in the social world as well as In the business world and the passing week has been one of quietude and complete rest. The demands of the holiday festivities kept everything keyed up to highest tension and many wel come the relief of the reaction. But it Is only temporary and many func tions are under way and the most elaborate of the season will be given between now and the beginning of the lenten season. The advent of leap year gives an opportunity to plan parties where that Idea will be the feature and several leap year parties will be shortly announced. Mrs. H. W. Hibbard was the host ess at a sewing party given at her home in University addition Thurs day afternoon complimentary to Mrs. Henry. As part of the enter tainment of the afternoon Miss Henry gave a reading. The guests were: Mesdames Guernsey, Shaff, Fish, Brooks, Bishop. Black, Wllden thaler, Perkins. Vollmer. Henry. F. W. Kettenbach. McGiJvery, end W. F. Kettenbach. A pretty home wedding, with only the immediate members of the fara and a few friends present, char aeterlzed the ceremony that united marriage Miss Harriet E. Dibble, and Mr. Arthur D. Ferguson at the home of the bride's parents on Fifth]This street, Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The house wp,$ ^astefujly decorated for the' occaÀbn and# the Impressive ceremony was conducted by Rev. William Lattimore , ot the Presbyterian chureh. The bride la the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr». G. E. Dibble of this city and the groom à resident of Clermont, !a., where he Is employed in the railway mall service. Many beautiful pres ents were showered upon the young couple. They will leave next week for Salt Lake, en route to their fu ture home. PER80NALB. County Attorney Daniel Needham left this morning for a visit to Moscow. W. G. Moody and wife left this ! morning for a visit with friends in Spokane. Attorneys J. B. West and J. L. Harn left this morning for a busi ness visit to Ahsahka. Mrs. W. E. Willis returned this morning to her home at Lenore. George E. Erb left this morning for Greer where he will attend the annual meeting of the EFb Bros, company. D. S. Dent left thl3 morping for Moscow where he Will meet Mrs. Dent who is returning from a sev eral months' visit in California. Clarence Thiessen left this morn ing for a business visit to Spokane. J. M. Shlld8 returned this morn ing to his home at Moscow. Henry Fair left this morning for a business visit to Moscow. J. V. LeClalre left this afternoon for a business visit to Culdesac. L. D. Anderson was transacting business In Culdesac this afternoon. Dr. H. S. Naratnore of Culdesac was a business visitor In the city today. LOCAL BRIEF3. - The lunch hours at the Gato Buffet will be from 10 a. m. until ' 1 P- m. and from 4:80 to 0:80 p. m. change has been made by Mr. Fifleld to accommodate his. patrons and an arrangement has been made for the Clàrkston bu» to stop for passengers at the Buffet corBer Im mediately before Its departure for Clarkston. The Vollmer-Clearwater Grain company has instituted an action against Obe Scott to collect on a note given for |100 in-November, 1906. The plaintiff seeks to recover the face value of the note with in terest and attorney's fees amounting in all to $154. WRESTLING BOUT HELD TONIGHT RUNYAN AND BECKER MEET TO TEST CHAMPIONSHIP OF IN LAND EMPIRE—BOTH FAST ON THE MAT The wrestling bout at the Temple theater tonight between C. H. Run yan of Iowa and Curley Becker of Washington promises to be one of the most Interesting contests ever pulled off in the city and will doubtless be witnessed by a large number of the lovers of the sport. The contestants are experienced In the ring tactics of wrestling and have promised a splendid exhibition of the game. FOUGHT DUEL TO THE DEATH OAKLAND, Cal., Jan. 11—Pietro Sarocchi, an ironworker, and his Wife fought a duel to the d«oth this morning In their cottage. He was armed with a large butcher knife and she with a razor. After fighting a for 20 minutes the husband slew his wife and cut Ala own throat from ear to ear, expiring on hftr dead body. Worry over money said to be de posited in a California bank and the fact that his' wife left him several times recently Is believed to have been among the causes that led to the fatal quarrel. AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW Rev. É. A. Lewis of the M. E. Church of Chicago, 111., will preach at the mission Sunday morning. Rev. J. W. Hood of the Presbyterian church of Clarkston will deliver a sermon Monday evening. The peo ple of Lewiston are getting better acquainted with the mission, and the attendance Is growing larger each evening. of Episcopal Church— D. J. W. Som erville, pastor. Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Evening prayer at 4:30. First Methodist Episcopal church, Robert J. Reid minister, 'phone Main 89, residence 402 First Ave. Sunday school 10 a. m., Prof. R. N. Wright, Supt.; preaching 11 a. in. and :30 p. m., morning sermon to the Sunday school, an illustrated sermon. Evening sermon, "Certain ties in Religion. Epworth League. 6:30 p. m., subject, "God's Reve lations and How to Get Them," leader, E. A. Lewi» of Chicago. Prayer and praise service, Wednes day at 7:30. A cordial invitation Is* extended to each of these services. The W. H. M. S. holds its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Chas. Smith, 333 Sixth street, on Tues day at 2:30 p. m. Presbyterian Church—Wm. Latti more, pastor. Sabbath school at 10 B. m., O. A. Swanson, superintend ent. Morning service at 11 a. m. 8object, "The Mission of the Twelve." Anthems, selected. Chris tian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m . Topic, "The True Center of Life." Leader Carson Metcalf. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Subject. "Behold the Lamb of God, Who Taketh Away the Sin of the World." Anthem, select ed, Prayer meeting Wednesday e ve iling. You are invited to worship* ^,lth us. ^ j The Pilgrim Congregational: church, Samuel B. Chase, pastor. Church corner of Tenth avenue and' Tenth street. Sunday school at 10 a. m., M. D. Mills, superintendent. I Morning service at 11 a. m., theme,. I "What is God Like?" Endeavor service at 6:30 p. m., topic, "The True Center of Life." Evening service at 7:30 p. m., theme: "The Possibilities of the Meanest Man." Prayer meeting at 7:30 p. m., Thursday, topic, lessons from the I Tenth Psalm. The Juniors meet on . Sunday evening at 6:30. A cordial Invitation is extended to all. First Baptist, corner of Main and Seventh streets. Albert E. Patch, pastor. Sunday schpo] at 10 a. m. Morning service at 11 a. m., subject, "The Christian's Obligation."" Young People's meeting at 6:30' p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. subject, "The Problem of Sin." Prayer meeting on Wednesday even ing. The annual meeting of the j Ladles' Aid society will be held I Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. H. C. jCalhoun, 720 Seventh avenue. Sup per will be provided for the hus bands of the members, and the even ing will be spent in sociability. East End Mission, East Main street. Sunday school at 2 p. ni. Preaching at 3 p, m. Harsh physic» react, weaken t bowels, cause Chronic cowrtipati' Doan's Regulets operate easily, to the sfomach, cure constipation. 21 Ask your druggist for theta. Fountain Cab Line 525 Corner Main and Sixth Sts Phone lain 165 This is onr main office and all orders should be sent here lor cabs. Prompt, first-class service to all.