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DAILY EAST OREGONUN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1008.
RIGHT PAGES. PAGE EI GIFT. Marketing Becomes a Ploasuro J When you can do it in a store where cleanliness, convenience and comiort, are distinct features. You'll find these things fully embraced in our store. fj Added to this the superlative quality of our groceries and provisions, our generous methods and our prompt and efficient de livery system and you have the chief ele ments of our trade-winning combination. Standard Grocery Co. The Best Groceries t MEETINGS CM OVER 100 GAINED BY CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. Allen Wilson, Who Has Been for Six Wevks, Goesj to Portland to Begin Series of Meetings Next Sun day Oiureh Highly Pleased With Meetings Here. The evangelistic metings conduct ed by Rev. Allen Wilson at the First Christian church in this city for the past six weeks will close tonight with an excellent sermon by Rev. Wilson on "The Dangerous Border Lines of Popular Amusements." This Is a review of the popular amusements of the day and a moder ate criticism of the extremes to which they are often carried and will be ap preciated by all who hear it Over 100 additions have been made to the First Christian church during the Wilson meetings and the evan gelist has come up to every expecta tion of the congregation. He is a pleasing and forcible speaker and is not extreme In his views or expres sions. He will leave on Saturday for Port land, where he will begin a series of meetings in the First Christian church of that city on Sunday evening. The congregation of the Christian church here are delighted with the result of the meetings and feels that it has been greatly benefited by the Wilson meetings. Many of the new members gained during the meetings have been mature men and women and it is felt that they will become permanent members of the church and workers In the cause of higher life. evening on their departure for Nam pa, where Rev. Haudenschield opens a series of meetings this week. The work of Rev. Haudenschield has been highly satisfactory in this city and aside from being an able minister and a fearless advocate of right and Justice, is a practical busi ness man and has had a wide ex perience in different lines of work. He made a large circle of personal friends here who will always welcome him to the city on any future occa sion. All of the churches which Joined In the union meetings are well pleased with the results and it Is believed that It was one of the most success ful and far reaching series of meet ings ever held in this city. FAREWELL TO EVANGELIST. Large Crowd Accompanied Rev. Hau derochield to tlie Train Last Night. A party of at least 100 people ac companied Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Haa denschleld to the O. R. & N. train last COLDS the very hour a cold starts la the 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. HOWLING SUCCESS WAS EXTRAVAGANZA (Continued from page 1.) girls and In doing so he would show the rarest Judgment. In their spec ialty the girls were trained by Mor rie B. Streeter and a share of the verbal bouquets are rightfully his. The girls who appeared last even ing as boys were: Miss Ethel Temple, Miss Gertrude Jordan. Miss Laura McKee. Miss Pauline LaFontalne, Miss Edna Thompson, Miss N'orma Alloway, Miss Iva Hill, Miss Pansy Ireland, Miss Ermal Mann and Miss Pearl Hich. Those who were attired as young ladies were &3 follows: Mas Edith Johnson. Miss Elizabeth Sawtelle, Miss Laura Wyrick, Miss Hazel Rader. Miss Rena Ferguson Miss Paralee Halley, Miss Genevieve Clark. Miss Nellie Anibal. Miss La velle Florence and Miss Luclle Ra der. Most of the young ladles In the chorus are high school students and they are all personally popular, a fact that did much to heighten Interest In their number. The Extravaganza. In the "Subdual of Hermiston" company L produced some things that was funny and incidentally a elimDsp of camD life was shown. At Camp Brainstorm the company re ceived orders to maintain order witn- n the citv of Hermiston and to see that life, liberty and the pursuit of happlnesn were guaranteed to all in conform'tv with Ike articles of war and the by-laws of the Thursday Afternoon club. Later the company . roiiovftd from this duty y lne arrival, of another order annulling general orders No. 23 on the ground that Hermiston had never been in corporated. The drill by the guard was pernaps the best feature of the extravaganza and the crack squad's work reflected much credit on its commander, Lee Drake, who served during the play as officer of the guard. Those In the squad were Sergeant Roy Herr, Cor poral Ed Marsh. Corporal Funk and Trivates Farnsworth, Baker, Harvey, Loedlng and Blanchette. Elvin Lampkln served as pianist during the drill. Rut the "rookies" under the com mand of Major General Disaster (James Sturgis) were the boys who brought forth the big bouquets. The private recruits were Herbert Car lisle, Carl Engdalh, Cliff Turner, Charles Dent and George Carroll anJ they rendered a burlesque stunt that, was nil that could be wished for. The muslcnl part of the extrava gansa was supplied by the high school glee club and the Harmonic quartet' and the show would never have done without them. "Pale In the. Amber West" was rendered by the giep cTiih and It was good. The boys were di rected by Supt. J. S. Landers and the glee club was composed .as follows: Joe Koork, Will Penland, Ray Chap man, Nat Kimball, Glenn Storlo, Bird MeCarty, Cliff Turner, Cress Sturgis, Orvllle Reeves, Alfred Euster, Carl Engdahl and A. C. Hampton. "My Old Kentucky Home" was rendered by the Harmonic quartet, composed of Messrs. C. E. Fisher, Charles Hill. Claude Hale and Sam Thompson. The quartet Is well nam ed for their voices harmonise splen didly. Like the glee club, the quar tet was vigorously encored. . Banquet for Troupe. At the conclusion of the perform ance last night the members of the troupe and the'r friends, over 80 strong, gathered in the French res taurant for a banquet that made a fitting climax to the occasion. Lieu tenant Dan P. Smythe served as toustmnster and responses were made by a score. Among those respdhfling were Morrle B. Streeter, Miss Blanch Bryan, Mrs. Norton, Miss Crosson, A. H. Johnson, leader of the orchestra, l.-nsrs. Carlisle. Hadlev and Weeks of the Streeter-Bryan company, and various members of company L. In preparation for the big banquet N. D. Swearlngen, genial landloard of the French restaurant, had the place elaborately decorated and above Jthe tables swung a huge American flag. After the supper had been finished and the toasts given, the banquetters arose and sang the "Star Spangled Banner" as a finale. DENTFED MAX WHO BUNCOED PORTLAND MARBLE WORKS Arrested on Suspicion by Sheriff Tay lor Prisoner Proves to Be Man Wanted for Obtaining Money Under False Pretense Strenuously De nied Guilt But Tell Tale Hat Band Clinches Identity Had Removed Hirsute Adornments. In spite of strenuous efforts to conceal his identity H. Caler, now under arrest here for obtaining money under false pretenses, has been Identified as the man who Is wanted In Portland. Caler was arrested here several days ago by Sheriff Taylor who sus pected him of being the man wanted in Portland for having defrauded the Portland Marble works by sending In fictitious orders to that concern and securing $75 as commission when he was not entitled to the same. When f'rst arrested Caler said his name was White and strongly denied being the man they wanted. This morning J. M. Newell, of the marble works, arrived here to iden tify Caler. As he had-not seen Caler many times before and the prisoner had shaven off a heavy mustache In the meantime, he was at first not positive of his Identity. But the fi nal link In the chain was securej when on looking Inside the hat band of the prisoner the name H. Caler was found written therein. The name was partly erased, but was still plainly visible and cinched the iden tity of the fellow, Caler was taken to Portland on train No. 1 this afternoon. IVILL STAY IH TIE Fill T COMMITTEE WILL MEET . Tins FORENOON Another Letter from Senator Fulton Leads Pendleton Citizens to Begin Active light Senator Dubious ot PasMige of the. Bill at Tills Session Pendleton Will Stay in light for Headquarters Until All Hope Has Vanished. This afternoon another meeting of the federal court committee will be held in the office of District Attorney Phelps and further action taken to wards advancing Pendleton's claims as headquarters for the new district should It be created. This meeting is being held this af ternoon as the result of another letter received from Senator Fulton. The letter was of much the same tenor as the one published yesterday except ing that it spoke doubtfully concern ing the passage of the bill for the district That they will stay to the finish in the fight to bring the federal district here is declared by those having the campaign in hand. They assert that Pendleton is the logical and only proper place for the court to abide and that if a new district bill passes congress this session it should be with the provision that the court be held In this city. VJIioro you Trade to Save WOOLMEX GET LOWER RATE. For Sliipnienw From Baker City to Bo Established. As a result of the trip of G. S. L. Smith, Col. W. F. Butcher and Po seph West to Portland as represen tatives of the wool Industry pf Ba ker it is pleasing to note that a rate of $1.76 to Boston has been obtained, says the Baker City Democrat. This means that with the estab lishment, of baler In Baker City I which will be done this year, that all the wool from as far west as Dayvllle will go to the eastern market via Ba ker City. A large part, of the clip from the western part of Grant coun ty is now being hauled to Shaniko and from there marketed. This will now be transferred to this market for baling and shipping. The haul from Dayvllle to Shaniko now costs the wool grower $2. and $1 return, while the haul from Wheeler and Grant county lines to Austin will be much nearer and of course less expensive. Then, too, the Sumpter Valley rail road has made a 20 cent rate to Ba ker. That Is a great reduction to the grower and an inducement to use this route. Not only does this mean that Ba ker will profit by this outgoing trade but it will mean a great deal to the merchants of this city, for as the trade comes here it will mean that all the supplies for the' growers will be furnished by the merchants of this city. . A baler here and the rate now se cured means more to the merchants of Baker City than has been pointed out. Oregon Theater Will Prewont Koine Excellent Bill During the Spring Months. At the performance of the extrava ganza by company L last night at the Oregon theater, It was announced that the attractions of the North western Theatrical association will be booked for the Oregon this spring, and that Pendleton will receive all of the first-class road road plays In ad dition to the stock productions of the new Streeter-Bryan company. Attractions so far booked are as follows: Paul Gllmore In "The Wheel of Love," .February 28. Charles B". Hanford In either Hamlet" or "Othello," March 13. San Francisco Opera company in Ship Ahoy," on March 21, and a re turn engagement on March 29. Pendleton Commercial entertain ment on March 20 and the Streeter Bryan company's return on May 1. Do You Get Your Portion of the Cream 7 Are you absolutely certain that your milk is free from dirt or infection and that it is handled in a clean, sanitary manner? The only way to procure good rich, clean milk not that with the cream poured offis to get milk in bottles. That is the Kind We Sell, Pendleton Creamery Co; Phone Main 155 Our Business is Banking. We devote all our time, attention and energies to it. Very naturally we want your patronage. What we have to entitle us to It is absolute safety, whole-hearted attention to your needs, courteous and prompt attention to you. If you want to deposit, loan or borrow money call and talk it over with us. Commercial National Bank UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. FORMING YOEMAX LODGE. Ytt-enlv Names Now Secured for Pen- dleton Ixlgo of Brotherhood. It is proposed to form a lodge of the Brotherhood of American oe- n In Pendleton and already . names have been secured for the pe tition for a charter. As soon as a few more can be secured arrangements will be made for Installing the lodge nd It Is believed the installation win occur In about a week. H. A. Miller, coast managor of tne brotherhood, l now, here and In com pany with B, K. Lor mer has Deen rireulatlnir the charter list. Mr. Lor- Imer has been a member of the order for several years, having joinea m Iowa and was a former grand officer In that state. The Yoemen Is a fraternal social and Insurance order and according to ihnsA familiar with its policies, eic. has many mertorious features. Its Insurance plan Is different from the usual fraternal policy and the rates are low. ANOTHER SEVEY-WADE CASE. Defendant in Recent Civil Suit Turns Plaintiff m New case. ThlH morning some more Sevey WaAf litigation was started in the circuit court when Henry Wade, who was defendant In a suit wnicn sevey rerentlv won against him, filed a suit to collect $389 which he claims Sevey. owes him. By the terms of the verdict returned by the Jury a few days ago Sevey was given a Judgment for $383 and costs and Wade now ..! to offset this with a counter claim. In the proceedings started this morning by Messrs. Perry and Bailey, attorneys for Wade, and it Is deciar ed thut Sevey is Insolvent and an or der ot the court restraining him from disposing of any property is asked of the court. The Cincinnati, Chicago and Louis. ville railroad, known as the Short Line, has been thrown Into the hands of a receiver and James P. Oooaricn has been appointed to take charge of the road. The road was built seven years ago and maintains a good train service between terminal points. Railroad Man Here. John I. Springer, traveling freight agent for the Great Northern rail road, Is In the city today a guest of Hotel St. George on a tour of eastern Oregon. He looks for a heavy freight movement out of the northwest this spring and also expects thousands of colonists to come to this section of the country on the reduced ratea which will go Into effect on March The Great Northern Is receiving numberless Inquiries from bona fide homeseekers and every Indication is that the rush to the west this spring will be unprecedented. New Manager Here. A. C. Hickman of Portland has Just arrived In the city to take charge of the business of the Grand Union Tea company here In place of L. C. Mar tin. who has resigned. Mr. Hick' man Is an experienced man in tnis tine of business and will make Pen dleton his permanent home. The of fices of the company will remain at the present quarters on West Webb street for a time but Mr. Hickman hopes to move Into the business part of the city within a short time. Streeter-Bryan Company Away. Members of the Strecter-Bryat theatrical company which has play ed at the Oregon theater for the past five months, left this morning ior Walla Walla to open an engagemen there. The company will return this city In about eight weeks after playing at Walla Walla, North Yak ima and Belllngham on the north west circuit. to Goodcraft Girls to Give Social. The members of the girls degree teams of Pendleton and Dapnne cir Women of Woodcraft, will give a delightful social Thursday evening In I O. O. F. hall, to wnicn tne gen eral public Is cordially Invited, good time Is assured to all. iTTrw Keep the r&y 'AX stoma C STOMACH U'active by mi' "i1! 'ntoccasion Dl I I UrWdose of the tuners and thus prevent Wi , Sick Headache, Bottom. t J: ! UlWgUUUll. Dyspepsia Colds and Grippe. Doesn't necessarily mean that we sell you cheap clothing at cheap prices far from it. But,, as applied to Roosevelt's Big Boston Store, it is a guaran tee to you that you are receiving same or even better quality as shown elsewhere at a saving to you. Pause and reflect, it may pay you well. Where you Trade to Save ATTRACTIONS ARE HOOKED. The new arrangement will favorably affect the shoot In that It will be larger, and better shots will enter. "How much life Insurance your husband carry?" "Why?" "He's dead." St. Louis Times. doe "All's Wrong" when the stomach is out of order. Food disagrees, head is confused, bowels are slug gish, the liver torpid and the nerves unstrung. Get your stomach right, and pull your self together with a dose or two of SHOOT WILL BE GOOD EVENT. Walla Walla Meeting of Sportsmen to Attract National Attention. The annual shoot of the Sports men's association of the northwest to be held In Walla Walla. May 12, 18 and 14. will be a registered shoot, ac cording to an announcement received by Secretary J. F, Smalls of the as sociation from Secretary Elmer E. Shancr of the Interstate Sportsmen's association of Pittsburg, to the effect that the application of the northwest association for membership tn the Interstate association has been favor ably acted upon by the board of di rectors, says the Walla Walla union. By this action the shoot to be held at Walla Walla will be an auxiliary Rhoot to the grand American handi cap nt Pittsburg, every reeord made at the local shoot being registered 3eedian& Nature's remedy for all those sick conditions that affect the digestive organs, A reliable medicine for acute indigestion, dyspepsia, heartburn, acid stomach, constipation and bil ious attacks. Beecham's Pills act promptly, and restore healthy tone to the organs. A few doses, as needed, and "All's Right" Ir W.l wltk fidl dlr.ctfoa. 10c mJ 1U. id enis ! NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR SPRING OX FORDS; THE LONGER YOU DEFER PURCHASING YOUR SEASON'S FOOTWEAR THE LESS LIKELI HOOD YOU HAVE OF GETTING WHAT YOU WANT. WOMEN'S OXFORDS IN PATENT COLT, PATENT KID, BLACK VICI KID AND THE NEW RUSSIAN COLT, WELTS AND TURNS, FRENCH, CUBAN AND MILITARY HEELS AT $3.00, 3.50, 4.00 and 5.00 SIZES 2 TO 8, WIDTHS AA TO E. Tho Alexander Department Store The Home of the Sorosis. NOTARY PUBLIC We make out, " DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ' LEASES, WILLS, ."' l ' IT'li POWER OF ATTORNEYS. Have your Notary work done by a reliable Notary. FIUVNIC B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St.. Pendleton, Ore. 60 90 THE ME(SM Morrie B. Streeter, tesse ana Manager Watch For Next - Attraction.