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Proprietor. 9 1 $1.35 Hemmed Bed Spreads, each - 98c . 00 Hemmed Bed Sheets,' 81X90 each - ?9c ? iVici Mohairs Black, Grey, Tans and Navy 50c 72 l-2c Flannelettes 29 inches wide - - 9c 15c White Indian Linens - - - - 9c 35c White Embroidery - - - - 1 9c 85c Fancy Ribbons 45c $1.35 Chamois Gloves, White and Natural 85c $1.75 26 inch Umbrellas - - - $1.19 12 l-2c Silkolines 36 inches - - - 9c 89c Bleached Table Linen - 69c $1.50 White Shirtwaists (new) - . - 98c $10.00 Fancy Silk Waists for $3.95 $1.45 Colored Sateen Skirts for - - 75c $1.50 Percale Wrappers for - - 98c $3.50 Men's Shoes (all kinds) - $2.65 $4.00 Women's Shoes (all kinds) - - $2.85 $1.75 Misses' Shoes 1 1 I.-2 to 2 - - $ 1 .35 The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons 6'. Cluirnctcr Sketch of Evangelist Who Is Coining to Peiulleton Thin WVck. L 1 IS TKICES DOWN TO LOWEST XOTCII IN YEARS 3tany Mills hi Westoni Oregon Are Kesiiinin? AHliough Tliere Is Little Iliisiiicss In Sight Portlaml Looks Forward to Active Building Sea son California Demand Is Very I.l.lit. doing business In the orient have had agents make close investigations of local conditions. There Is just one thing every fel low likes about a girl; that's himself not the other fellow. H. M. Gilbert, manager for the Richard & Gilbert Co., at North Yakima, has made public the figures on their wonderful 13 acre tract near that city for the year. The tract Is located on Nob Hill and produced fruit to the value of 115,192.00. The following character sketch of Rev. C. R. Haudenschield, who comes to Pendleton this week to conduct the union evangelical meetings', was writr ten by one of the pastors of Eugene where Mr. Haudenschield has been In a monster meeting for the past ; four weeks: C. R. Haudenschield, the man who 1 conducts the revival, is worthy of Eugene; worthy of its culture, wor I thy of the recognition of Its best peo ple. Not a man in this city who would not be benefited y listening to his message. Why should he be heard? Recause he is a man who is , cocksure of his ground. He Is posi tive; he does not hedge; he does not apologise for the Gospel messapp. He stands on solid rock. He should he heard because he is a prophet sent of Goil to hear a mes aage of free pardon to the condemn ed to d e. He speaks It directly to the dying man who sits In the pew before him. He Is himself on the ba sis by which he can make the hearer feel and understand the message .God's message. He should be heard because he Is sympathetic. He finds the man's heart and warms it to him self as well as to the Christ whom he preaches. Ily his love he would draw men from their sins and toward Christ. It has been asked: "Is he a bra'ny man?" He Is. Cut he is not put ting brains on exhibition. He Is speaking the divinely practical things of time and eternity directly to men's hearts with the view of mov'ng them to rightful action. He should be heard because he Is fearless. He speaks the truth at all hazzards. Said one: "So long as Mr. Hau donschield speaks the truth as he has been speaking It, I will come to the meetings and bring my folks." Ho Is not a brave man who refuses to hear the truth and act upon it Furthermore, Mr. HaudenchlelJ 1s Intense. He Is more than earnest. He Is charged with suppressed moral electricity. He Is saturated with the bible. He personifies God's sweet message and God blesses his own Word In the salvation of men. He Is God's man and, like Elijah, feels that The Oregon Doily Journal of Sat urday publishes the following review of lumber prices and bu lding out look in Oregon for the present sea son: Although there appears to be no improvement in the market for lum ber, sawmills throughout this district are resuming operations, owners hop ing that the near future will bring business. Beginning next week some mills will be operated on an eight hour bas's. while others will work 10. Stocks have run low during the winter months owing to a general curtailment In the output, but It will not take long to replenish the piles in the yards unless business begins to pick up. As a result of the poor California, demand and light eastern shlDtnents. owing to the dlff culty in cident to the Increased freight, rough common stock is down to nearly the price of unsawed logs, which means anywhere from $7 to $10 per 1000 feet. These bargain counter quotations are expected to prevail only a short time, however, because they permit of no margin for the manufacturer. Logs have declined some, it Is said, but are st 11 high as compared with other times when lumber was down to quotations furnished today. California Is buying very little, but it is hoped that the clearing up of the financial situation will be follow ed by a revival In the bulld'ng In dustry there as well as elsewhere, where lumber figures materially In construction. Local demand has been fairly good for this time of year and from the tone of conversation of moneyed men many building projects will be spring. There Is still good demand launched with the approach of for dwell'ngs and It Is predicted that the population will receive a material Increase through Immigration next spring, all of which will mean new need.' for dwellings as well as other structures. Shingles are still In poor demand but manufacturers are reluctant about quoting lower prices than will leave a living margin and many cases have come to light where mlllmen have refused to quote, knowing they con'd not irt-t the business. Rather than " il .it a loss, they have conclud ed to hold for brlcker demand and In the meantime curtail the output. A large number of foreign buyers bave been In this part of the country of late, and this. It Is believed, w!l soon lead to an Improvement In the off shore business Men from Eng land, continental Europe and Aus tralia hare been here and houses K E GREAT PAS SION PLAY Genuine $ 700,000 Pathe Hand-Colored ore I? inj a4 il Nearly Two Miles of Film, Aggregating 525,000 Pictures, As Natural As Life I Hie Annunciation Shepherds Watching Their Flocks. .The Birth of Christ. Flight to Egypt. MosHncre of Innocents. C'liritrt ln tho Carpenter Shop. IWiptlsin of Jesus. Death of John the Baptist. Christ In the Synagogue. Christ Feeding the Multitude. Suffer Little Children to Come I'nto You. Christ Healing the Sick. ItaMng of Lazarus. The Transfiguration. Messiah's: Entry Into Jerusalem. The Last Supper. Agony in the Garden. Judas' Betrayal. Christ Before the. Two High Priests. Christ Before King Herod. Christ Before rilnte. Currying the Cross. The Crucifixion. Taken Down From the Cross. Placing Jesus in Tomb. 'file Ilesurrectlon. The Ascension. "VIVID" A SACRED SERMON "REAL" ILLUSTRATED SONGS-'HOLY CITY'-'IN HIS STEPS'-'PALMS' BEAUTIFUL-GRAND-SUBLIME TWO MATINEES-TWO NIGHT PERFORMANCES One Week Opening Tuesday January 2 1 X t" "Eagle Show Stop" i ADMISSION 10 CENTS V V . ! ' S iiV "'VT.'f? mm' -1 rt !. -'vi m ., X ,W European plan. Everything flrst- olass. Ail modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout. Rooms en suite with hath. Large, new sample room. The Hotel St. George Is pronounced one of the most up-to-date hotels of the northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water in al lrooma. ROOMS: $1.00 and $1.5o Block and a Half From Depot. See the big electric sign. Golden Rule Hotel Corner Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton, Oregon. H. C. MEANS, Proprietor tTriiy -rr- - n- 'tw r w l 1 ill- : - J- Ml. Heated by Steam Lighted by Electricity American plan, rates $1.26 to $1.00 per day. European plan, 60c, 75c, 11.00. Free 'bus meets all tralm. Special rates by week at month. Fine 'restaurant In connection Chicken dinner Sundays. Special attention given country trade. HOTEL PORTLAND OF PORTLAND, OREGON. Amer.'can plan, $3 pei day and up wards. Headquarters for tourists and commercial travelers. Special rate made to families and single gentle m(n. The management will be pleas ed at all times to show rooms and give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment In the hotel. H. C. BOWERS. Manager. Fresh Candies, Nuts, Cakes and Pastry. Fresh Oysters In bulk deliv ered to any pnrt of the city. FINE LUNCHES SERVED. HOHBACH'S BAKERY AND OYSTElt nousE. 221 E. Court St. 'Phone main 80 t and the BEST KIND OF COAL. J PROMPT DELIVERY. 2 Get the Best Good Dry Wood W. C. MINNIS Leave orders at IIENNING'S CIGAR STORE I Opposite Peoples Ws rehouse PHONE MAIN 0 i - . . . PENDLETON TANNERY Reopened for Busi ness. Foot of Alta Street . A. 0'tke, Prop.