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AI1.T KASI UHKiONUN, VKNDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. IM4 PAGE THRF- Matchless unermgs IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS ...nuiteed lck taffeta silks, L25 value, special at 5c yd fr&tt eitra qualHy guaranteed black taffeta silks, $1.50 value 1M loe black taffeta silk, special at SOc yd i Mack taffeta l,k guaranteed iipeclal 75c yd 11,00 Ttil'1" " SALE OF RIBBONS Ko. M " ""k do,,b,e ,BCed """ "'" rHbona laches wldei all Hie leading shades, special tie r NEWS OF Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VXLUES imwtwww Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind yoe cannot break. I have a tail Une X 'Ranges, Beaters, both wood and coal, and in vite yoa to call and examine the sasne before urine. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man THANKSGIVING SERMON BY REV. Ij. C. PERKY. Henry Nagol and Wile Will Mow to Walla Walla From Idaho Falls Song Service at Opera House VIs Itors From Walla Walla and Other Towns Returned From Protracted Visit to Heppoer and Other Points Public Dinner In Opera House. Milton. Nov. 11. Thursday th union Thanksgiving services will be held In the Presbyterian church t 11 a. m. Rev. L. c. Perry, president ot loiumma eoliege, will. preach. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Henry Naget were guests of Mrs. J. H. Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Nasel at one tim r. sided here and about eight years ago moved to Idaho Falls. They will now take up their abode at Walla Walla, wnere Mr.: Nairel will eniraee in hiuck. -smithing. Last Sunday afternoon a sermon and song service was held at the bank opera house and the following pro gram was given: Address "The Professional Man and Christianity," Dr. E. E. Dotson. Solo Miss Anna Black. Address "Rellirlon and Riminnra " Cecil T. Godwin. Duet Mesdnmes N, A. Davis and J. V. Coombs. Address "Religion and Education," President L. C. Perry of Columbia college. Quartet Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Davis. Will H. Steen and Anna Black. Address "Christianity and the Young Man.' Mrs. L. J. Pierce of Walla Walla, Is vlslllng her daughter, Mrs. F. A. Si ken. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dunaher of Walla Walla, spent Sunday here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wood. Thursday the Christian Endeavor of the Christian church will serve a Thanksgiving dinner In the Davis opera hall from 12 o'clock until 2:80. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard return ed yesterday from Pendleton and Heppner, where they had been visit ing for several weeks. in charge are putting forth their best efforts In that direction. Miss Eva Barger has returned to her home In Walla Walla, after a two months' visit with her brothers, "Tave" and Charlie. Miss Flo McXett . of Pendleton, spent a few days last week visiting with Helix friends. E. L. Smith of Pendleton, was a business visitor In Helix Monday. Dr. J. A. Gross and wife left Wed nesday of last week for an extended tour of the United States. They ex pect to be gone about two months. The public school Is progressing finely this winter, and has a large at tendance, the number of pupils en rolled being greater than ever before. Principal Rogers has 24 In. his room, and Miss Green. In primary room, has 42. The average dally attendance la very high, and the pupils are showing marked Interest In their studies. New Rank for Helix. F. H. Richardson Is receiving appli cations for shares of the capital stock of (he bank, which Is about to be or ganlzed in this place. It Is proposed to have the shares divided between as many of the ranchers and mer chants of this vicinity as possible, and judging from the way the appli cations are being received, the enter prise will be a success. B.F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street NEW IDEAS Three new, useful household articles that are a big lmprove- t aent ovr the old style. THE DELPHOS LONG HANDLE DUST PAN Pan li free to swing In any direction. No bending over In win! up dust THE DELPHOS OIL CAN Ump are never overfilled. Air tight and easy to take oil mm. No tipping of can and no spilling -of oil. THE DELPHOS ROTARY CORN POPPER No burnt corn. Every kernel of eorn pops. Easy to operate, "nvenient to fill and empty. V. STROBLE 2iocourtst. . STOVES, FURNITURE AND C&RtPETS. "fteeeeeeeeeeeeeee I Bargains Bargains RARE SHOE BARGAINS AT THE , Big Dissolution Sole 'festal od suppers of the finest qnallty, and the best makes t prices.. Call snd examine our stock and be oon, 1 are selling better shoes cheaper than aaeone In fflger, Wilson 3& Co. Good Shoes Cheap GAINING FAME "AND made: Havana A St. h. . ""WIUADn 1,11 fol tall fee "WK,lyIANSHIP. itt'Pt a substitute.! rL'" 1 xw mtm a 7 & &co; MAKERS. IIIXIX HAPPENINGS. Helix. Nov. 22. There will be a union ThankHKivtng service in the Christian church at 10;30 a. mM ser mon by Rev. P. 8. Rogers of the Bap tist rtiurch. Rev. J. W. Jenkins will give an il lustrated lecture In the Christian church on Thanksgiving evening, and will show a large number of scenes from the island of Jamaica. Miss Sarah Montgomery 1b visiting her brother, T. G. Montgomery, In Pendleton. Mrs. William Piper has rented the Horace Walker property In Helix and will, with her family, soon occupy the same, so that they may take ad vantage of the excellent school privi leges. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Knight of Pen dleton, spent Sunday with Helix rela tives and friends. Miss Laura Grlswold, telephone su perintendent, will take a much needed1 rest In a few days, after a very busy summer and fall season. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Richmond and family will spend Thanksgiving with Mrs. Tassey Stewart at Milton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lockwood will spend Thanksgiving with their son, Everett, in Walla Walla, at which place he is attending school. The District Sunday school conven tion will be held at this place Decem ber 2-3. at which time a fine program may be expected, as the committees ALBA NEWS NOTES CATTLE FEEDING OX AX EXTEXS1VK SCALE. lepremlon in Cattle liiislnrwi Making Cattle Men Reluctant Abont Going Into the Biislncim Building Going for Saloon Purposon One 1tui liretl Twenty-Five Cattle Cluuigc Hands Jerry Despoiii In in Charge of Dixie Kancii. Alba, Nov. 21. There have been a large number of young stock bought In the John Day country by cattle men of this place, which will be car ried through the winter here. The fall, so far, Is fine and pasture was never better at this time of the year. Owing to the great depression In the cattle business, about every other man talks of quitting the vocation as it has been a losing game for the past two years. People who had cat tie had to stay with them till they could get rid of them at some price, but will not venture again without having facilities for taking care of the stock. J. S. McLeod of Pendleton, spent last week on the Dixie ranch. His Immense pasture was not used last summer for horses or cattle, but It Is the native heuth of a (urge number of hungry coyotes. H. Taylor Is erecting a large saloon building. Jerry Despaln has charge of the Dixie ranch now. Joe Saylor of Butter creek, bought 1 2E head of feeders here lust week, the cattle being delivered at Echo. Eagles Minstrels FRAZER OPERA HOUSE, Nov. 28 and 29 Feast ot Comedy, Music and Specialties. New and down-to-llie-second songs and dances. Clever, bright stunts, witty sayings ami winning hits. A Good Old Fashioned Minstrel brightened by up-to-date ideas. A performance that will carry the house by storm. Ijtughtcr will reign su preme. The Eagles will put on the entire performance tinder the Direction of J. Bogert The most original and iiiagnlMepnt first part set ting ever presented on the local stage. Will outshine in splendor and dazzling effects any scene presented to a Pendleton audience. You Enjoy Rowling to Get the Benefit Rowling is an exercise Hint brings Into play all the muscle. It develops the system anil Is recommended by physicians and Instructors In athletics everywhere. Pool and billiard hall in connection. "Get in the Game" Alleys reserved for private parties If spoken for in advance. Brunswick Bowling Alley WADE SILER, Prop. No Dessert More Attractive Why ute gelatine and spend liouw soakuig, sweetening, flavoring and culuriiip when Jell-0 produces better results in two minutes' Everything in the paokatfe. Simply add hot Water and set to oool. It's perfection. A tmt prise to the housewife. No trouble, lest ex pense. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Flfc vors: Lemon. OrutiKe, Strawberry, ttasp. berry. At grocers. Kks. AVeJiUrOl None can have Well-Balanced Constitution wlthou taking DEECIIALTS PILLS All people subject to Bilious attacks, r who suffer from Stomachic dis orders, should never be without box f BEECHAM PILLS. Their gigantic success and genuine wrth are know all over the world, ad the proof of their excellence lies as the fact that tbey are generally adopted as the Family Medicine after the first trial. DEECIIAU'S PILLS by their purifying effect upon the Blood, cleanse and vivify the entire system, causing every organ of the body healthfully to continue its al lotted function, thereby inducing a .perfectly balanced condition, and making life a pleasure. BEECHAB'S PILLS , , maintain their reputation for keep ing people in Good Health and Good Condition. EEECf.iU'S PILLS u have stood the test of the most exacting experience through many years Sold Evirywher In Boxes, lOo. and SBo. KasHlan DrMrrtrrg. Vienna. Nov. 23. The heavy Influx of deserters from Russia Into all the towns and villages along the Austrian frontier continues. The military authorities at Cracow are taking every precaution within the zone of fortifications lest, under the pretext of desertion, some Russian spy might find his way in. Up to now the de serters have been mostly merchants, clerks and factory hands. They be have themselves correctly and ask leave to stay until their relatives send them money to continue their Journey to America. PreMtre to launch Cruiser. Camden, N. J., Nov. 23. February 21 has been fixed as the date for the launching of the armored cruiser Washington from the Xev York Shipbuilding Company's yard here. The. day being Washington's birthday all Camden- will decorate for the proper celebration of the double event. President ' Roosevelt, mem bers of his cabinet, many nnval offi cers and congressmen will be Invited to attend. The hull of the cruiser is now completed up to the main deck, It Is the first war vessel of large type built In Camden. Tobacco Growers Organius. Houston, Texas, Nov. ti. A perma nent organization of the tobacco rais ers of Texas is expected to result from a conference In session here to day. The tobacco growing Industry In Texas has Increased to large pro portions of late years and for some time the desirability of organizing the growers has been recognized. The proposed organization will have for its object the securing of uniformity regarding prices, crops, grading, etc. North Alabama Conference. Talladega, Ala.. Nov. 21. Many clerical and lay delegates are here for the annual meeting of the North Alabama conference of the M. E, church. South, which began its ses sions today. The large attendance promises one of the most interesting and enthusiastic sesslona of recent years. Bishop Wilson of Baltimore, is the presiding officer and among the participants are a number of noted divines of this and neighboring states. Teachers to Meet. Ishpemlng, Mich., Nov.: 23. Vlsi tors are already arriving for the an nual meeting of the Upper Peninsula Educational Association, which is to begin a three days' session here to morrow. The program is one of the best ever arranged by the association and the outlook la bright for a suc cessful meeting. Senator Dolllver of Iowa and Bishop Spalding, among others, will deliver addresses. Fifty thousand dollars In election wagers were paid In Butte November It. A New Industry GARMENT MAKING A1DEI) TO THE LIST OK I'ENIH.EON'S INDUSTHIESi Since the change In the manage ment of the Pendleton Woolen Mills, which occurred on September lBt, last, a garment department has been added, and now Smoking Jackets. Bath Robes, Lounging Robes, Shoot ing Shirts, Arctic Blouses and To boggan Cnuts, ure being manufac tured. These garments already give evi dence of soon being us popular as the famous Blankets, Robes and Shawls made by this Institution. But few samples have been shown. but so great has been the call for these garments that they have been behind on orders ever since com mencing to manufacture them, In spite of the fuct that they have made new additions to the machinery to turn them out. The Pendleton merchants have been showing the Smoking Jackets for about two weeks und now samples jjt their Bath Robes are on display and are even prettier than one would imagine. They are made out of the same high-grade cloth that goes Into the Indian Robes, and one of these Bath Robes, It worn every evening for the ordinary lifetime, would still be serv iceable, for they are practically a garment that will not wear out. In contemplating the purchase of a Smoking Jacket or Bath Robe but few people consider that a cheap ar tide will always look cheap and ren der but poor service. The Pendleton Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets, while higher In first cost, will give the wearer longer service, more com fort and better satisfaction than a cheap article. They are a distinct novelty and for Christmas or holiday presents will not fall to please, no matter how fas tidious or particular the recipient may be. In making up Christmas lists remember the Pendleton garments. Art Department New Cushions, Centerpieces, Silk Cords, Stamped Designs, Colored Floss, Ruffles and ever) tiling for your swell cush ions. Hides, all colors, for burnt work; complete line of stamped designs, and the sets for same. Lessons given free with each set. All the new art work In all the different new embroidery. Mrs. Carlson gives lessons Free. Art Dept. at Hasbrouck's Get. that Picture Framed Now! Don't put It oft any longer. You want to give It to some friend for' Christmas. Our store doea the neatest and best work, has the most oom plute line of mouldings and mounting and the right prices. See C. Sharp , 305 East Court Street. J. L. VAUGHN . ELECTRICIAN. Prompt attend n given and all work z ecu ted properly. Electrical Supplies of all kinds. OFFICE lit West Court 6C (Tribune Building.) TEETH EXTRACTED BY THE MOD ERN METHOD, BOO. We are thoroughly equipped with all modern me'' ods and appliances, and guarantee our work to be of the highest stand ard, and our prices the lowest consistent with first-clas work. White Bros. Dentists. Association Block. Telephone Main 1891. The East Oregouian Is Eastern Ore gon's representative paper. It kads and the people appreciate It and show It by their liberal patronage.. It Is the advertising medium of tills seetloa.