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DAILY EAST OREKOMA, PENDLETON. .Mhl.o.V SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 190T. TWELVE PAGES. We have confidence in PENDLETON and ITS BANKS Standard Grocery Co. 214-212 E. Court St. Fresh Table Delicacies Apples, Cranberries! Sweet Potatoes, Celery Onions, Lettuce, Nuts, Nince Meat, Etc. Everything the market affords, always fresh and delivered promptly. Standard Grocery Co. "The Best Groceries" WILL BE HQ GAME WITH BUTTETEIM PENDLETON MUST BE SATIS FIED WITH PAST HONORS. Wliil or Too Far Advanced In Butte for Further Practice, Although Regret Is Expressed Pendleton's Season Closed and Team Must Rest on Laureld Already Won Present Season a Financial Success. Last evening Cress Sturgls, mana ger of the high school football team, received word from the Butte high school manager saying that his team could not accept Pendleton's chal lenge for a game. Regret was ex pressed by the Montana players, but they stated that the winter season was now too far advanced there to permit of further practice. It was hoped by the local boys that a game could be secured with Butte so that the Pendleton team could contest with it for northwest honors. Had a game been secured Dan P. Smythe would have coached the team COLDS The very honr a cold starts la th time to check It Don't wait it may become deep-seated and the cure will be harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Take F & S Cold' Capsules Used in time they save all that might follow sickness, worry, ex penses. They never fall. Tallman & Co. Leading Druggists. jyiisfi. Pendleton Creamery Co. Having purchased the entire milk business of T. J. Cheney's Jersey Dairy, we are now prepared to furnish the public with Pasteurized Milk or Non-Pasteurized Milk Also Buttermilk and Sweet Cream from the wagons. Large or small quantities. Prompt delivery. You Are Entitled to Know That your money is deposited in a safe place. We court investigation as to our responsibility, our method of doing business and our sworn statements to the government We meet legitimate competition and ould appreciate your account. Commercial National Bank UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. You can get grocer ies or credit on your account fir your check on any Pen delton bank at our store. in the absence of Coach Lytle and a fast game would have been given the Montana boys. Now that the challenge has been declined the high school team will consider the season closed and rest upon its already well earned laurels. A Fiiuuicial Success. According to Manager Sturgls, the season has proven a financial success and there is now a good sum to the credit of the football team. However there Is an old Indebtedness that must be wiped out and the money will be used for that purpose. Within a short time the members of the team will be presented with sweaters bearing the big "P" which goes to every man who plays two games upon the first team. GWINN'S GIFT TO ODD FELLOWS. Idaho Odd Fellow Tells of Magnlfl- cent Gift by Pendleton Man to Idaho Grand Lodge. The Idaho Odd Fellow, the official organ of the grand lodge of Odd Fel lows of that state for the current month, contains the following com plimentary Item concerning the gift of a tract of land near Caldwell by Montle B. Gwlnn, president of the Pendleton Savings bank, to the grand lodge of Idaho, as a site for an Odd Fellows' home. The Odd ' Fellows' home. The Odd Fellow says: One of the pleasing features of the late grand lodge meeting at Caldwell, and which was a complete surprise to nearly all of those present, was the tender, by Grand Treasurer and Past Grand Master Montle B. Gwlnn, of a 10-acre tract within the city limits of Caldwell for an Odd Fel lows' Home. The proposal is in the form of an absolute deed conditioned only upon requirement that within 10 years' time, a suitable building or buildings shall be erected for home purpose, and the further condition that at least $100 a year shall be spent from the time of acceptance of the gift, in Improving such tract The site tendered Is on Hill crest slope, "in the eastern part of the city within about two blocks of the Van Buren school and four blocks of the new $65,000 county court house. The location Is also less than three quar- ters of a mile from the business cen ter of the city. In making the tender, in which Mrs. Gwlnn Joins, Brother Gwlnn briefly, and in a feeling manner, stated that he had had the plan in view for several years and felt that he could not round out his career as an Odd Fellow and his long connec TWO REASONS. The TOUCH OF GOOD TASTE that Is lent by beautiful Table Silver, coupled with its LONG LIFE, are two good reasons for every one who begins housekeeping to secure It. A little af a time will soon equip every table. Our prices are an encourage ment for you to begin NOW. Or if you are going to give a Wedding or Xmas present the wide range of ar tides and prices, not only on Silver ware, but Gold Goods, Art China, Cut Glass, Clocks, etc., to be fiund here is, at least, a GOOD REASON for asking you to CALL ON US. - Beau tiful pattern Sterling Sliver Tea Spoons, heavy weight, $6.75 per set Winslow Bros. Jewelers-Optlclons. Phone Main 155 tlon with the grand lodge'of this Jur iHdletion in any better way than by tendering the tract la question for the purposes named. While the idea appealed to him and he felt he could anslnt In. no more worthy undertaking, he, at the same time wanted the grand lodge to feel entirely free to accept or reject the tender, and, above all, he desired the best of feeling throughout the Jurisdiction and hoped there would be practical unanimity in whatever was done. He stated further that It was his desire to Include the Rebek nh State assembly .In the deed ten dered but this could not be legally done until the assembly was incor porated. The members of the committee, and quite a number of grand lodge delegates, after adjournment, went out to view the land, and, from the expressions, In the main, seemed well pleased wrth it. The estimated value of the tract, at the present time, unimproved, is from $5000 to $7000; but Its location is such that it Is likely to Increase rapidly In value as the city is bulld'ng up close to the land. WARNER PRELIMINARY. Justice Parkcs Hearing Testimony In Search Warrant Cases. Before Justice Parkes today Mrs, Mabel Warner, her husband and De tective Craddick, are 'being given a preliminary examination. ' In the court John McCourt Is appearing for the state in the absence of District Attorney Phelps while Attorney Blake of Spokane is representing the warners. The hearing has occupied a large portion of the day and during the same many witnesses have been ex amined. Judge Fee and Judge Low ell were both called as witnesses this afternoon and the following are in the court room from Weston: B. B. Hall, G. W. Proebstel, Dave Laven der and others. The charge against the trio is that of maliciously securing a search war rant. ECHO BANK OPENS. Closed During Holidays Along With Pendleton Savings Bank. After having been closed for .two weeks as a result of the state holi days, the Bank of Echo resumed bus iness today, much to the Joy of the people of that town. The Savings Bank is the Pendleton correspondent of the Echo Institution and R. B. Stanfeld is the cashier. Though forced to close temporarily because of the money stringency the Echo bank was always known to be absolutely solvent and confidence has not been shaken by its action in clos ing. Elks' Memorial Service. The "Lodge of Sorrow" or Elks' memorial service, will be held "tomor row afternoon at 3 o'clock at Eagles' hall. The program as published in the East Oregonlan this week will be given in detail. Attorney Fred W. Wilson of The Dalles will deliver the memorial address and a delight ful musical program will be render, ed. This is a universal service held by Elks' lodge on the first Sunday in December each year In memory of departed brethren and those whose names will be called In vain by Pen dleton lodge No. 288 tomorrow, are as follows: Sam P. Sturg s, W. T. Murphy, E. D. Foyd, H. C. Guernsey, F. C. Walte, K. Van Dran. Charles Zelgler, Frank H. Parr and H. H. Hallock. Baptl.t Services. Sunday school at the Baptist church at 10 a. m.; Bible class is of special interest, led . by Mr, Quick. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, 7:30; B. T. P. U.. 8:30, leader, Miss Flora Stephens. All ladles of the church requested to meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m. at the church. PROCEEDINGS FAIL. Habeas Corpus Tlans Falls to Lib erate Kleinschmldt, the Alleged Murderer. Berkeley, Cal Nov. 30. Habeas corpus proceedings late yesterday failed to release Harry Kleinschmldt. accused of the murder of Frank Bel lows, and the student had to go back to Jail In Oakland. The case was continued yesterday until Tuesday, when Judge Harris will render a decision. The defense Is preparing to use the evidence of a prominent society girl of the University of California, to prove that Kleinschmldt was en gaged to her and necessarily could not have harbored hatred to Bellows for his love for Miss Kerfoot. MARKET REVIVES. Average Advance of Two or Three Points Scored Along Line, New Work, Nov. 30. The bank statement was a favorable factor In today's markets and on the opening In anticipation storks were higher and strong. An average advance of two or three po'nts was scored along the line during the first hour of trading. The close waa strong. ELEVATOR DROPPED. Two Killed. Two Fatally Injured In Chicago Office Building. Chicago. Nov. 30. The elevator In a downtown office building dropped 10 stories this morning, killing; two men and fatally Injuring two wo men. The car was overcrowded and tho cable broke. The dead: Jacob Srrameck and one unidentified. A panic ensued and the great building had to be closed. The ele vator wag crushed to bits. By a decision of Judge McPherson yerterday the fate of Sunday amuse ments In Kansas City was sealed and th officials are now free to raid TAKEN 81 POLICE "SIX SHOOTER RIMV WOULD KILL CHIEF Thought Cluef Gurdane Headed a Vigilance- Committee Formed to Lynch HIui and Was Intending to Kill the Marsliall First Had Alan Is Taken by Police In Brewery Sa loon After Hard Tussle Ought to be in Asylum. "Six Shooter Bill" Robinson was bad again yesterday and he is now once more locked In the county Jail, from which place it is hoped he will go to the asylum. The particular hallucination under which Robinson labored yesterday was that Chief of Police Gurdane was heading a vigilance committee formed to lynch him. The dunger ous part of his "dream" was that he wished to kill the marshal first and the fact that the big negro was ar rested without serious trouble is for tunate. Robinson is a big colored fellow who was released from the county Jail on November 4 after having served a 25-day sentence for carrying a concealed weapon. He was acting queerly when first arrested and was 'plainly partly demented. However, he was so rational after his arrest that he was 'not committed, to the asylum, but Instead was prosecuted for carrying a concealed weapon. Yesterday Chief Gurdane learned that Robinson was getting wild again and was making threats his life. He was under the impres sion that a lynching committee had been formed by the officers and that the men were just outside the town. Aside from his desire to kill the marshal Robinson was also planning to go out and "get" some of the vigi lantes. About 7 o'clock last evening Rob inson was located In the Brewery sa loon and accompanied by Night Of ficer Clarence Kearney, Chief Gur dane went in to arrest him. But the bad one was not willing to be taken and it required some Butter creek Jut jltsu work to overpower him, When the melee was finished Robin son was safe In hand but panting like a cotton picker. SOCIETY EVENTS. (Continued from page 8.) ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Robinson on Bush street. At 4 o'clock the bridal party descended the stairway to the strains of the wedding march played by Miss Vesta Dennis, and took their places under a prettily decorated archway, between the llv- ing and dining room. The bridal procession was led by Lorma Robin toon and Clara Ripper, sister and cousin of the bride, who acted as flower girls. Following them came the bridesmaid, Miss Winnie Struve Then the bride, who was met at the foot of the stairs by her father, es cortlng her to the archway, where the groom and his best man, Allen Thompson awaited them. Rev. Van Nuys of the Presbyterian church performed the Impressive marriage service. The bride looked charming in a wedding gown of white silk Japanese crepe made over white taf feta with trimmings of Valenciennes lace. A veil of tulle and bouquet of white carnations com pleted the toilet. The bridesmaid') gown was of cream silk crepe over pink silk, carrying an arm bouquet of pink carnations. The rooms were beautifully dec orated with cut flowers, smllax and palms, the work of Mr. Forshaw, the florist. Following congratulations a lunch eon was served from a prettily ap pointed table In the dining room which was partaken of by the large number of friends and relatives who witnessed the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Stanfleld will take up their res'dence at Echo, where the groom Is located. Freight Mall Service. The postofflce officials have order ed a closed pouch mall service on freight train 221 between Roseburg and Ashland to connect with trains 11 and 12 at the former place. This is a poor makeshift, and will not at all satisfy the people of Southern Ore gon, whose service has been so bad- iy demoralized by the discontinuance of trains 11 and 12 through this re glon. Train 221 Is called the fast acts ftentlyyet prompt ly on the bowels, cleanses me system effectually, assists one in overcoming O habitual constipati on permanently. To get its beneficial effects buy the denuine. Manufactured by the California Jio -Syrup Co. SOLO BV LEADING DRUCCIOTS-SOtBOTTU I NO Roosvelt's "Where You freight, but It is so Irregular as to Its time that It is scarcely to be de pended upon to help the situation any. Once within a week the Port land papers arrived at Jacksonville on this "fast freight," but we usually get the Oregonlon the "day after." Jacksonville Post. State Board Meeting. W. F. Matlock will leave for Sa lem In a few days to 'attend a meet ing of the state agricultural and fair board. The annual meeting will be held at Salem nn December 10. Full-Blooded White Leghorn Roosters FOR SALE From the famous PET ALUM A, CALIF., STOCK. Prices very reasonable. ANTON NOLTE PENDLETON, OREGON. We Are Disappointed at not receiving our fine bakery fixtures for our opening, but that makes no difference with the quality of our baked goods. It'll Make Yon Hungry to look into our bake shop. It is absolutely sanitary and cleanli ness prevails In every department. That is why our bread, cakes and pies are so good all are carefully made of the purest ma-, terlals. Your party will be made a real success if you serve our tempting and delicious fancy baked goods and home-made bread. Electric Bakeries Dean Tatom PHONE MAIN 620. MAIN ST., OPP. FRENCH RESTAURANT. Shoos With We carry them in Vici-Kid, Calf and Patent Colt, and Guarantee them to Satisfaction. The Nettleton - - $6.00 to $6.50 The R-E-Z The Hamilton Brown . Am. Gentleman - $4.00 and $4.50 We have other makes in Bluchers and Lace from $2.00 to $3.50 MENS' SHOP MAX BAER CLOTHING Suits and Overcoats That add grace, taste style and enthusiasm to the wearers. That ore up-to-date, up-to-the minute and up-to-now. $10 to $20 $20 to $30 $30 to $40 In all patterns, fabrics ane sizes It's a pleasure to show our fine clothes. Come! And do it Now. Boston Stre Trade to Save." Mothers and little children need no langer fear croup, colda or whooping cough. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup tastes good. It works off the cold through the bowels, clean the head. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppeni "STARTS in Early Monday" TKE SURPRISE SALE at the CLOAK " and SUIT HOUSE Will be a most magnetic bar gain event attractive specials In all apparel for ladles, misses and children. a Reputation $5.00 the Sunday theaters.