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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 23,1908. eight PAGES. VENTS III OREGON "THE SHOW THAT'S HERE TO STAY" DIME THEATER Tog Up for the Fourth BUSY WEEK ALL OVER THE DIG STATE Hunkers Moot in l'orduml Juno 20 and 27 ICxi'iirNioito of Portland IIuhIiioh Men la EugtMio Tomorrow PortliUHl Commercial Club litis 1358 Mi'iiilxTs. at the Great' Half Price Sale Earl & Wilson Collars I) at Half Price, 2 for 25c Men's High Grade Clothing at Half Price. Store Closed All Day July 4th. The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons REGAL DIG FDR HU EI X,ondon, June 23. Beautiful and historic Chapel Royal, In St. James' Palace, before whose sanctuary Vic toria was wedded to Prince Albert and which ever since has been held sac rod to royal nuptials, was today the sjyne of the marriage of Miss Jean Rtld, daughter of American Ambassa dor Reid, and John Hubert Ward: King Edward witnessed the ceremony lad was first to extend felicitations to the happy groom and blushing bride. Nearly all of the members of ziif British royal family and the LTejm of the London nobility and dip lomatic corps, as select an" assem- J1;iirp as ever gathered at the mar riage of an American girl, aided by thfir presence In making this the most i r,te worthy matrimonial alliance that --.he English metropolis has known In wars Following the ceremony there a great reception at Dorchester House, the .London residence of the i,r!,K- father, Whitelaw Reid, Amer n:no ambassador to Great Britain and r JItor and owner of the New Tork ' Tri'nur.p. All London society was vvrt-rf nt at the reception and the bril liant uniforms of the ambassadors and ministers of all nations rendered the seine a highly spectacular one. KInjr Edward Present. AsiJe from his desire to do honor to ihu 'laughter of the American ambas-j.;.-ar. King Edward contributed the "irr'stige of h!s presence and the sol emnity of the Chapel Royal to the wedding through a sincere respect for the groom, who Is his equerry-In-waiting. The Hon. John Hubert Ward the first member of his majesty' nous'-hold to take a bride since the accession of Edward and this also a. led to the notability of the occasion. He is a brother of the Earl of Dudley, the recently appointed governor gen eral of Australia. The wedding took liac-e earlier than expected In order that Lord and Lady Dudley, who will I.-ave ohortly for Australia, might be present. The bridesmaids included Miss Beat rice Mills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ogjt-n Mill" of Xew York, and Miss . f--nnie Crocker, of San Francisco, both cousins of the bride. Among the present received by the bride was a nrA (tnjflcent emerald necklace, the We Protect the quality and save all the aroma and strength by packing 1 fi. wm Folder's Golden Gate Coffee in aroma-tight tins. Sold on merit No Prizes No Coupons No Crockery. J. A. Foltfer XX Co., 9mm Frainclsee gems mounted on platinum, costing J3000, the gift of J. Pierpont Morgan. Ambassador Reld's chief gift was a diamond necklace, and that of Mrs. Reid a diamond tiara. King Edward, Queen Alexandria and all the mem bers of the royal family contributed lavishly to the magnificent array of gifts, as did scores of the English no bility and every ambassador and prominent diplomat In London. A ton of house linen, woven to order on Irish looms, was given the bride by her mother. The bride's trousseau was in keeping with the regal nature of the wedding and was mainly the production of leading Parisian creators of feminine garments. The wedding gown was the creation of Doucet and was of a strip ed satin mistral, adorned with mag nificent needlepoint lace, draped in front In the form of a V, continuing the souple under the arms and trim med with garlands of orange blos soms, myrtle and white roses. The drapery of lace fell on the sleeves, forming a sort of fichu continuing the scuple on the back. The sides of the skirt were entirely covered with the same needlepoint lace. The train was caught at the back by a garland of or ange blossoms, myrtle and white roses. The splendid veil was of tuiie adorned with embroidery and needlepoint lace. The trousseau Includes many other beautiful gowns of Parisian make, among them a teagown of rose mous seline de sole, an afternoon gown of old blue voile, a cream colored tailor made costume, a decollette gown of Xlle green and a muslin frock braid ed with crystal beads. History of Romance. The engagement of Miss Reid and the Hon. John Ward was officially an nounced on April 29, and In the inter val the beautiful daughter of the American ambassador has been the pet of London society and the center of attention at Innumerable smart socie ty functions. The engagement was not a surprise to London society, which had long been familiar with the attachment of the young girl and her middle-aged English suitor. Hoar Are Numerous. That the mountains of the Cornu copia range are still the home and rendezvous for bruin and his family Is proven by a recent visit to that section by W. R.f Carl and Tom Par ker, says the Baker City Herald. The boys made two trips Into the moun tains and as a result of these two trips they have 12 fine bear skins, and two live cubs for their trouble. In speaking of the plentlfulness of bear In that region W. R. Parker said to a Herald reporter today: "It lv surprising how many there are In the Cornucopias. We saw at least 20 bar and we shot two or three which we did not get because a rain fell af ter we shot them and prevented us from tracking them further. In the number we succeeded In getting there are some black bear, silver tip and several the color of a bay horse, being a cross betv?en a clnamon and a grizzly." Mrs. Ward Is a most attractive young woman, and has become popu lar In English society. She has been reported engaged several times since her father became ambassador to Great Britain. It was in July, 1906, that the London Chronicle came out with the flat an nouncement that the engagement of Miss Reid and the Viscount Acheson would be made public "in the very near future." Lord Acheson, who Is 29 years old and six years the senior of Miss Reid, Is the son of Earl and Countess of Gosford, and the heir to the earldom. In December, 1906, Mr. Reid put an end to the stories by stating that his daughter was not engaged to any for eigner with a title, and that he hoped she would marry an American. In July. 100 , she was reported to bo engaged to Lord Brooke. m-itoiical Ancestors. Mr. Ward is 3S years old, and a member of a family of great antiquity, lie served as an under secret. iry in the finance office, and was In the army for a time. During the Boer war he was attached to the headquarters staff In South Africa, and was mentioned in dispatches for his services as well as made a member of the Victorian Or uer. Mr. Ward has no chance of succeed Ing to the title, Insomuch as the Earl of Dudley has a large family. lie re ceived a legacy of $500,000 when he became of age, and has had other legacies since. The new Mrs. Ward has a consider able fortune In her own right and will receive a considerable addition from her father. Prophesies have been freely made that Mr. Ward will eventually be made a baron by the king, and that he may be the successor of Lord Knolls as Edward's private secretary- Owing to the advancing age of Cord Knolls he will soon be forced to retire. Kodol Is the best known prepara tlon that Is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia, Indlgestton or any stomach trouble. Kodol digests all foods. It Is pleasant to take. It Is sold here by Tallman & Co. Liqnors at Cost. My entire line of wines, liquors and cigars must be disposed of by July 1. To do so, everything will be sold at actual cost, nothing reserved. Now Is the time to secure absolutely pure goods cheap. The Mint, J. P. Med ernach, prop. Diamonds Stolen. Thieves entered the workshop of the Diamond Drill company at Cen ter Star mine, near Rowland, B. C, Sunday and carried off $12,000 worth of black diamonds used In drilling. The diamonds were owned by Fred Stone and Mr. Knight, both of Spo kane. There Is no clue to the perpetrators. Prisoners Work Roods. The county commissioners of Lew Is county, Wash., have Issued an or der requiring the prisoners in the county Jail to labor on the county roads whenever the county engineer or the road supervisors required them. Shot Himself n the Head. William Sullivan, aged 26, shot himself In the head at Stevenson be cause he was refused permission to visit a young lady at her home. His dead body was found In the brush near the young woman's home. COFFEE Why Schilling's Best? Because it is best and your money is yours if you think you don't find it so. Yrar rmt rttnraa roar noatr U r '1 WU Hi v pr tym Portland, June 23. The Oregon Bunkers' association will hold Its next convention Jn Salem on Friday and Saturday, the 26th and 27th. The program will bo one of the- most in- leresting ever presented and the bus iness men of Salem are planning nn entertainment In honor of the asso ciation. Excursion to Eugvne. On June 24 the business men of Portland will make an excursion ti Eugene for the double purpose of participating In the commencement exercises nt the university and wit nessing the opening , of the splendid new depot. Then at a little later date the Portland Ad club will go to Albany as guests of the Albany Commercial club, the hianuger of which organization was a former president of the Ad Men's club. Portland's Visitors. Klamath Falls has been especially well represented at Portland during the past two or thre weeks. An In teresting feature was a meeting of the Klamath Fals chamber of com merce In the rooms of the Portland Commercial club, with luncheon fol lowing. Thirteen hundred and fifty-eight Is the actual membership today of the Portland Commercial club, and there are 22 applications to be considered at the regular meeting of the board of governors tomorrow. Fourteen hundred Is a figure of early realiza tion. Inquiries have come from -all over the state relative to the mem bership of this organization, the In terest probably being awakened, by the recent housewarmlng held In the new eight-story steel home of the club. Rivalry or the Roses. There Is a hearty and healthy rivalry between members of the Portland Commercial club In furnish ing flowers for Its decoration. Each clay a different member Is the donor, and the flowers are promised more than 10 days in advance. The la dies, too, have become enthusiastic and have added much to the effect through their taste In floral arrange ment. This year will register the greatest crop of berries and cherries that Ore gon has ever produced. Quality Is magnificent, quantity almost unlim ited, and while humanity is enjoying this fruit, the maturing hay crop In sures a big Increase In the dairy out put, which has been greatly benefited by as good spring pastures as were ever known in this section. Resi dents of the northwest should take pains to see that their eastern coun try friends are made familiar with the unequalled conditions which make dairying so profitable here. Meet In Portland. The Sixth National conclave of tho Phi Delta Kappa will meet in Port land frojn the 6th to tne 11th of July and the local chapter Is arranging an elaborate series of fi-stivltli s. Insurance Society Orginliil. The Oregon Society of Mutual In surance was organized last week in the convention hall of the Portland Commercial club, and will affiliate with the national association at once. W. C. Hagerty, of McMlnnvIile, is president. R J. Barry of Dayton, sec retary of the Oregon body. I Funny, Fascinating and Entertaining Moving rictures and beautiful Illustrated-Songs Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday Shows 2 to 5 p.'m., and 6:30 to 10 p. m. Admission 10c Children under lOyrs. 5c. MAIN' STREET, NEXT TO RAPERS. L THE SHOW SHOP Cor. Main & Court Sts. A. C Friedly, Mgr. Programe Now On Don Juan Curious Mr. Curio SONG In the Evening by the Moonlight Dear Louise. An to See Alberta! ONLY $13.65 RETURN Good 15 Days Spokane International Canadian Pacific Will Sll Ticked From SPOKANE to CALCARY, ALTA. and Return Good Going fl 1 i L C Return Limit Until July Sth V '"" juiy i3tn Selling Dates June 26 to July 7, Inclusive. Through Service anJ Connections. Two Trains Every Day Lv. Spokane 7:00 a. m. or 2:30 p. in, via Kingsgate See the Alberta Country by Daylight Fur T,'pi; (0 Spokane City Ticket Office c;,&. For further particulars anJ to reserve berths wrlle J. S. Carter, af t. C.P.R. Spokane, Wash. The nest Pills Ever Sold. "After doctoring 15 years for chronic Indigestion and spending over two hundred dollars, nothing has done me as much good as Dr. King's New Life Pills. I consider them the best pills ever sold: "writes B. P. Ayscue of Ingleslde, N. C. Sold under guar antee at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. 25c. Notice to Ico Users. There will be no delivery on Sun days. All parties wanting Ice for Sunday must have same delivered Saturday. PENDLETON ICE AND COLD STORAGE CO. When you need to take something lake It promptly for the stomach, but take something you know Is re liable something like Kodol for Dys pepsia and Indigestion. Kodol Is pleasant to take, It Is reliable and Is guaranteed to give relief. It Is sold by Tallman & Co. Hook of Oregon Poems Out. "The Song of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert Huffman Is now out and Is on sale at the Frazler book store. Price E0 cents. Printed on fine paper and highly Illustrated. UNIVERSITY OF OREGON SUMMER SESSION JUNE 83 TO JULY 31. 1808 Conrana in Illnlogy, Cbflrnlatry, Education, Kngllah Literature, Goraian, i rom h, Kpaniah, History, Mathematics, Physics. Full corps of Instructor, npmi wvKxrx in r.nvn bKVAItTMKNT tOH TKACUEIU4 For rntalofiia sdrtrmw Ih. ininiu, iiivutin if moot, iuoiii, mow .... Our Specialty m theJfanUy,Trade I XX7m t.A fiillv nmnn r A tn far nlsh you the best of lard, aau- aagei and freah, smoked or J) cured meats and fish each day. Central Meat, Market Carney A Tweedy. Telephone Main II. m PASTIME PICTURE SHOW SELLERS & MATLOCK, Props. Entire Change of Pictures and Songs Every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. SEE! SEE! Magic of Music My Wife's Head Love's Victim Improvised Servant Illustrated Song. In Dear Old Dixie Land. Admission 10c Children 5c Edison latest and best 'Underwriters Model" picture machine absolutely fire proof. FOR SALE One steam merry-go-round complete and up to date, 24 horses, 3 chariots, a 40-foot wheel. .A No. I tent, 50-foot with side walls, only used one season. Also one black top tent complete for moving pic tures, 23X55 feet, and 5, 000 feet of moving picture film. For particulars, in quire of C. E. ELLIS Care Pastime Theatre. Large Quantity of the Famous Rock Spring Coal FOLEYSno;iIWAH toaM Um cough and laoavla loatja Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. Also fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice A Cold Storagt Company. 'Phone Main ITS. PASTIME PARLOUS. RUTHERFORD A MOUTOIt, Propa. A quiet resort for the healthful aier OlM of BOWLING, POOL AND BILLIARDS. Only flrst-claM tables uaed. Clears, confectionery, tobaooot and oft drtaka.