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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. S ATI'IJD AY, MAY 9, 1008. SIXTEEN PAGES. May Sale Bargains in Ready-to-wear Department 2nd Floor $25, $35 and $45 tailor made suits at 1-3 off. Your choice of any suits regularly selling at $25, $35 and $45 now 1-3 off. The best made, best fitting, and most stylish suits of the season are included. Come and make an early selection. Alterations free. Ladies' tailored shirt waists in mercerized vest ing and madras, figured white and white with Mack polka dot, hng sleeves, all sizes and several different styles, regular $2.35 and $2.50 waists for, each . . . .$1.29 White shirt waists of India linen, long and short sleeves, button back and some with but ton fronts, lace and embroidery trimmed, slightly soiled from showing, odd sizes in a number of different patterns, regular values from $1.25 to $2.50 for, each. ... 79c Lawn kimonas in full length Japanese styles, full shirred backs and fronts, large sleeves, all colors, plain and large figured designs, trimmed in bands of contrasting materials, regular $1.25 kimonas for 85c Short lawn kimonas in light and dark figured lawns, with scalloped collars and cuffs and V-shaped necks, loose kimona sleeves, fast colors, all sizes regular 75c kimonas for 49c Ladies' craveuette rain coats, guaranteed rain proof, full length, latest cuts in gray and tan and black, one of a kind, all sizes neatly' trimmed with stitched straps and tailored buttons, regular $15 to $25 values, for $9.95 Spring jackets in all tho new desirable colors, tans, stripes and checks, box backs, semi-fitted and tight fitting, some unlined and others lined with good quality satin, regular values up to $12 for, each $4.95 Ladies' white underskirts of good quality mus lin, dee) flounces of lace and embroiderv, and dust ruffles underneath, good width, several different patterns to choose from, regular 85c and $1 values for . 65c Ladies' white underskirts of finest long cloth, with twenty-four inch flounce of insertion and deep embroidery and lace ' edging to ' match, hemstitched dust ruffles, extra wide skirts, regular $3.50 values for $2.15 Ladies' muslin drawers in good quality muslin, doop hems and clusters of fine tucks, extra wide, regular 35c drawers for, each,.19c Muslin drawers with lawn flounces trimmed in lace and three rows of insertion ; good width, French finished top, regular 65c values for 49C Corset covers of long cloth, full gathered fronts, fine tucked yokes and finished at top with narrow hemstitched ruffles and beading with ribbon, regular 35c values for 21 C Corset covers of best grade long cloth, elaborate ly trimmed in fronts and yoke with heavv laco insertion and finished at top and arm hole with lace beading and edgin'T to match, dainty and serviceable corset covers, regular S5c values for 57c I Muslin gowns, slip-over styles in lace and em broidery yokes, short sleeves with lace edeed ruffles, extra long and full, seams well fin ished, regular $1.50 gowbis 95 C Ladies' gowns of best quality long cloth, slip over styles, with butterfly sleeves, trimmed in rows of insertion and edging to match, deep yokes with beading and ribbon at top, full length and width, regular $2.50 gowns, for . . . $1.75 Children's spring jackets from 2 to G years, in red, blue and tan, trimmed in narrow silk braid on cuffs and collars, several different styles worth up to $3.50 for, each ..59c The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons Churches MCtlKMliHt. First M. E. church, corner Webb and Johnson Btrcets, W. ' T. Euster pastor, residence next door to the church The subject for the morning service will be "The Real and Last ing Spirit of Religion as Illustruted By the Master"; In the evening Mr. Zimmerman from Portland will speak In the Interest of the local option work. At 3 o'clock In the aftornooi, there will be u mass meeting of the citizens nnd all the churches at which Mr. Nodell, Zimmerman .and others will speak. This will be a temperance mass meeting In the Interest of pros perity, and the upbuilding of Pendleton. Presbyterian. Presbyterian church, cornor Col lege and Alta streets, W. L. Van Nuys, pastor Morning worship at 10:30; sermon by J. II. Nodell of Portland. Dlble school at 12 m. with classes for all; Young People's meeting at 7 p. m.; evening worship at 8. Music for the evening service will Include an thems, "Hark, Hark, My Soul" by Shelley, and "Holy, .Holy, Holy" b Durnton, with other special numbers. Church of tho Itwlrancr. Divine services tomorrow will be celebration of the Holy Communion 7:30 a. m.; morning prayer and ser mon 11 o'clock; evening service 8 o'clock; Sunday school 10 a. m. Society events Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Furnish are spending Sunday at their country home near Bingham Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Newkom, who have been the guests the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Laatz, will leave tomorrow lor their home at Terre Haute, Ind. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Laatz gave a tea In honor of her sister, Mrs. Newkom, which proved to be one of the largest events of the week from point of at-t-ndnce. Mrs. William Moore, Mrs. A. Goodman, Mrs. M. A. Thompson Mrs. Max Baer, Mrs. Laura Nash a elsted the hostess during her receiv ing hours from 2 until 5. Mr.?. Frank Frazier returned hope today from a week's visit at La Grande, the guest of her sister, Mrs. Stevens. The ladies of the Parish Aid will give a reception in honor of Bishop Robert Paddock, on next Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Matlock. Mrs. Ernest Skiies entertained a few friends informally on Thursday evening at "500" in honor of her Buest, Mrs. Wallace Sabin of Walla Walla. Mm. O. W. Phelps entertained a few friends Informally on Friday afternoon In honor of Mrs. Adolph Newkom of Terra Haute, Ind. The North Side "500" club met lat evening with Mr. and Mrs. Max Baer. Prizes were won by Mrs. A. Goodman and Mr. Henry Laatz. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Geer gave a re ception on Wednesday evening at their home on Vincent street, from 8:30 to 11 o'clock In honor of Supreme Judgeg Moore, Eakln, Bean, Slater and King. Mrs. Wallace Sabln accompanied ty Mrs. Ernest Sklles, returned to her home at Walla Walla on Friday. An enjoyable affair of the week was the tea given on Friday afternoon by Mrs. Clark Nelson In honor of her house guest, Mrs. James Welsh of Portland, and Mrs. Lachlan McCIeay of Tacoma. The house was prettily decorated with spring flowers, and adding to It attractiveness were the many beautiful toilettes worn by the guextg assembled. Mrs. Kelson was agisted during the afternoon by Mrs. C. J. Ferguson, Mrs. Edwin Burke, Mrs. G. W. Phelps, Mrs. Fred Earle, Mrs. Roy Raley, Mrs. Lawrence Fra zier, Miss Bertha Alexander and Misses Maud and Gertrude Sheridan. Mrs. N. Perkins, after a pleasant visit of a few weeks with friends, left on Wednesday for her home at Uoise, stopping en route at Baker City for a few days' visit. Mrs. Maud Halley and daughters, Genevieve and Elizabeth, returned to Portland today after a visit of a few weeks the guest of Mrs. Fred Judd and Mrs. Norbourn Berkeley. Mrs. James Keeney left today for Heppner to be in attendance at the graduation exercises of the Heppner schools, when her sister, Janneta, will graduate. Mrs. Fred Earl entertained a few- guests "at luncheon on Tuesday after noon In honor of Mrs. N. Perkins of Hoise. Mr. James Welsh arrived today to Join his wife, who Is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nelson. They will return to Portland on Tuesday. Mrs. Mark Moorhouse entertained a few of the young matrons this after noon at a thimble party In compli ment to Mrs. Lachlan McCIeay and Mrs. James Welsh. The members of the Friday Whist club were the guests of Mrs. Leon Cohen last evening. Mrs. D. C. McNabb is visiting at Adams this week the guest of Mrs. John Adams. Mrs. Fred W. Vincent arrived In the city on Monday for a week's visit. Mrs. Laura Nash entertained a few friends at dinner on Thursday even ing. Mrs. H. R. Keylor returned to Walla Walla on Thursday after a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. C. E. Roosevelt. Mrs. Louis Hunzlker entertained a fc-w friends on Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mrs. H. B. Keylor of Walla Walla. Mrs. John Vert was hostess on Monday afternoon for the Duplicate Whist club. The Sans Soucl club met on Tues day evening with Mrs. Thomas War ner. The prize for points was won by Mrs. E. R. Swinburne, a club guest. On next Monday evening the club will meet with Mrs. Fred E. Judd. An enjoyable card party was given last evening at the Moorhouse resi dence on Water street by Major and Mrs. Moorhouse and the young ladles rooming there. Military 500 was played and prizes were won by Miss Alma Harris, Dr. M. S. Kern, Misg Lucretla Conklln and Walter Isaacs. IluiUlst. Baptist church, corner East Alta and Johnson streets. Rev. R. E. Storey, pastor, residence 302 East Alta Sunday school at 10 o'clock, morning service at 11 o'clock. Mr. E. Zimmerman, who Is in the city for the day with Mr. J. It. Nodell, In the interest of the local option campaign will deliver the address. Junior Un ion at 3:30; Young People's Union at 6:30; evening service at 7:30 with sermon by the pastor, subject, "A Woman Who Can Sing"; service for prayer and praise, Wednesday at 8 o'clock. ChrHilun Sclency. Congregational church, corner Webb and Johnson streets Church service at 11 u. m., subject of lesson sermon, "Adam and Fallen Man"; Sunday school at 10 a. m.; Wednes day evening meeting at 8 p. m. Read- lug room same place from 2 to 4 p. m. Clirl-nlan Church. Rible school 9:45. Systematic ser ies in the Bible study, separate class rooms and a class for any age or grade. Come and study with us. W. F. Taylor, Supt. 11 a. m. Commun ion and preaching. Sermon, "Christ Greater than Judaism;" 3 p. m. Great union meeting at the Methodist church. Every voter and tax payer should be there. Local option is the Issue by Nodel and Zimmerman of Portland. 7 a- m. Young People's so. clety, C. E. 8 p. m. J. R. Nodel will tell you what local option has done and will do. What It will do for Pen delton and Umatilla county. Mr. Tax payer this question should bo Investi gated, by you come. Wednesday evening prayer meeting and choir practico; Friday evening teacher's CLUB NOTES. Thursday Afternoon Club. "Old California Missions" was the subject of a delightfully Interesting meeting of the Thursday Afternoon club at the home of Mrs. A. J. Owen Thursday. Mrs. Bert Huffman nnd Mrs, Owen were the entertaining hostesses. Mrs. John Halley read a magazine article on "The Early History," which contains the most Interesting chapters in the annals of California. The romantic and Interesting story of the missions which have braved the storms of two centuries was given In an excellent, paper by Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy, who traced the history from the founding of the first mission at San Diego by Father Junipero Ser ra through their palmy days, their decades of neglect until the. "land marks" association of southern Cali fornia took up the work to arrest the hand of vandalism and decay. She also read the poem "The Bells of Monterey." Mrs. A. J. Owen gave a brief sketch of "Missionary Work In Old Oregon," the pictorial remains of the former grandeur and beauty as well as the crumbling walls of these religious sanctuaries were shown in a number of beautiful photographs Illustrative of the subject. Reminiscences of visits to the mis sions In California and Mexico were given by Mrs. M. J. Lane, Mrs, E. P. Marshal, Mrs. Alice Sheridan and Mrs. T. C. Taylor. Mrs. J. S. Landers beautifully sang Schubert's "Ave Marie," "The Monk" and Mendelsshon's spring song Delicious refreshments were served and a number of guests were present. O. L. C. Mrs. James A. Fee will be hostess to the Current Literature club Fri day, May 15. The subject will be "Child Life In Art." T. A. C. The Thursday afternoon club will hold the annual business meeting and election of officers Thursday, May 21, at the apartments of Mrs. M. J. Lane, I Schmltz building. training course. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all our service. A. Mnckenze Meldrum, pastor. HOTEL ARRIIVALS. Hotel St. George. O. V. Robblns, Portland; J. E. Hawkins, Tacoma; R. J. Huston, Se attle; F. B. Coney, Seattle; O. E. Maet, Minneapolis; John Clancy, Portland; Leo W. Swan, Spokane; Edw. A. Culp, Portland; C. H. Payne, Portland; Wm. Reddlg, Portland; F. S. Flaherty, Spokane; Lula R. Lorenz, Portland; F. N. Rutherford, La Grande; 8. R. Oldaker, Hermlston; W. II. Rhodes, Portland; W. W. Hath burn, Portland; J. F. McNaught, Hermlston; Frank C. Dlllard, Hermls ton; Clifton Cleaver, Prairie City; A. D. Leach, Portland; 8. O. Markham, Portland; J. J. Hogan, Portland; Jesse C. Moore, Portland; C. A. Berke ley, Portland. Golden Rule. Hotel. . R. L. Dowr, Portland; W. Jackson, Seattle; L. M. Hart, Walla Walla; Charles A. Prather, Walla Walla; O. W. Hamlll, Athena; William Wilson, Athena; W. King, Portland; Blanche Crnyne, Echo; Avlr Peterson, Echo; II. M. Martin. Walla Walla; F. A. Hilton and wife; J. B. Lent, Cicll; A. I. Hopper, Spokane; Charles Nelson, OJaws; H. W. Wagner, city; J. Hou ser, Echo; Allen Hutchinson, Rye; J. A. Cox, Spokane; Charles Behlms, Helix. Forty Years a Jailer. Toronto, Ont., May 9. After serv ing over 40 years as governor of the Oxford county Jail, at Woodstock Ont., John Cameron today voluntarily retired from that position. He Is over 80 years of age. . Notice to Public. Having disposed of my Implement store In this city, all parties knowing themselves Indebted to roe please call and settle their accounts. FRED WEBER. Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-Informed In every walk of life and are essential to per manent success and creditable stand ing. Accordingly, It is not claimed that Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Sesna Is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why. It is the best of personal and family laxatives Is the fact that it sleanses, sweetens and relieves the Internal organs on which It acts without any debilitating after effects and without having to Increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approved by physicians, as it is free from all objectionable substances. Te get its beneficial effects always purchase the genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. 1 Embroidery Sale No. 2 Another Big Embroidery Salo 1 500 yards of embroidery worth 20c and 25c yard. On sale one day only 10c Thursday May . 14th. Sale begins 9:30 a. m. 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