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bAILY EAST OKEGOXIAX, PEXDLETOX, OREGON, SATTItr) AY, OCTOnKIt 3, 1008,
SIXTEEN PAGES.
AKIil ST Ol' I nZM U IWK
IS CAM.KIi KIDNAPPING
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Style, Comfort and Lasting
Grace at a Moderate Cost
In our Garments you receive the full
value of your money. They We priced
where every woman can afford to dress
in fashion without a serious drain on her
pocket book.
Made from proven materials picked from the world's best products,
particularly lasting quality liningsstrictly man tailored and with
unusual care in the little things, such as placing a button or turning
a plait shields skilfully finished, etc., are what make our Suits and
Coats the peerless garments women say they are We guarantee to
fit you perfectly and to your absolute satisfaction.
For the coming week we offer two splendid Bar
, gains. Come and see them.
$25 and $27.50 Man Tailored Suits at
$18.75
New Fall Suits of fancy Mixtures, Serges and
Broadcloths, in brown, London smoke, navy, Green
and blacks, and represencing the best style tenden
cies. Our regular $25 and $27 suits, specially
priced for this week
$18.75
Ladies $12.50 and $15 New Fall Coats
at $9.95
New stylish Coats in blacky navy and fancy mix
tures, satin lined, perfectly made coats, of splendid
quality material, our regular $12.50 and $15.00
Coats, specially priced for this week
Stiito MuirKCN Tl"t orflrals Drove
I'lllllHT lYiulli'loii Mini Wlt.sll.
imtmi Sr Serious OflVnsw May
!..! to l.oiitf Time SiMiliMicfr Kl.
II,, r InsNN AiiUIih WiTo WriH'H
liy Others In IHh Aliwnec.
$9.95
That Maurice Fitztnnurice was kld
iuipl'i',1 InMoud of having walked In
to the state "f AVashlngton, Is tlio lut
cst claim of the lltlatous editor, and
as u rcNult the Htate of Idaho has de
manded ho arrest of Deputy Sheriff
Muse Martin of Asotin county. Sher
iff V. II. Dixon and Prosecuting At
torney A. A. Klrhy of (Inrfield coun-
; ty, Wash., on a chume. of kidnaping.
Warrants were Issued and placed
In the hands of Sheriff Harry I,yd
ilon. Warrants charging John Doo
and Kichard Hoe with conspiracy In
the kidnaping case were also secured,,
hut the offlers d.dlno to divulge the
Identity of the persons Implicated. It
Is said that the. editor was taken Into
u hack and rapidly driven Into the
slate of Washington and the evidence
now In the hands of the N'ez Perce
county officials suggests that the kid
naping of Fitismaurlee was In direct
violation of the laws of the state of
Idaho and County Attorney Daniel
.Wedhuni has made a definite state
ment to the effect that this violation
of the law will bo most vigorously
prosecuted. A ten year sentence
niiu'ht result from conviction.
It is understood that parties Indi
rectly Implicated In the kidnaping of
the editor are ready to make complete
Ptalcments covering all the features
of the conspiracy and it Is expeted
that, sensational developments will he
uncovered tomorrow.
Fitzmauriie. who Is now In Jail at
Toineroy, Wash., when nsked if the
report that he was abducted and car
ried across was true, said, "My law
yers forbid any statement." Later,
however, he said that he could not
contradict the statement that he was
shanghled Into Washington.
Mr. Fitzmauriie says the alleged li
belous articled were not written by
him and that they were not publish-
his consent, hut appeared
was In Spokane and that he
I'.enbow are the best of
He declares that he knows
the authors of the articles and that
as soon as he Is out he will write the
complete history of the affair. He s
sanguine as to his release.
cd with
white he
ami Mr.
friends.
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Where it Pays to Trade
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arenouse
Save Your Coupons
Society events
Mrs. X. E. D-spain, accompanied
by h'-r daughter. Miss Eleanor, left
en We dnf-sd iv for Portland, where
the marriage of the latter will take;
place on October 9 to Mr. Henry
Zanler. !
Mrs. Xesmith Ankeny and son Levi,
arv vi--;'iir In the city the guests of
M:-. W. h. Thompson. i
Mr.-. Elmer P. Dodd of Hermiston. .
i-i in the city for a week's visit with
,. ., . jIr nnf) jjrs K Alex
ander. I
Mrs. Iyona Thompson returned on
NT .'mUiv from a month's visit at Port- ;
litei with her daughter, Mrs. Seth
Mrs. Thompson was aecom- !
par,ed homr- by Mrs. J. U. Hays, 1
wh'i will remain in Pen, h ton during
the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Keeney arriv
ed home on Tuesday from a 10-d.iys
slay at Holse.
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Hartman.
Hr., are in the city to attend the Fer- j
guson-Hartman nuptials on next
Wednesday. They are fluents at the j
home of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Hart- !
man, Jr.
Miss Lillian O'Kourke and Miss!
Elizabeth Hammond of Portland, ar- !
ried in eio ii today and are the
gu' -ts of Mis Itena Ferguson. Miss
O'Kourke and Miss Hammond are to
be bridesmaids at the Ferguson-Hart-
COFFEE
There is a time for good
tea, and a time for good
coffee;" there is no time for
poor either.
Year grocer return! roar mooer If r iou't
UU Scbillioc'f Bert: w par bla
man wedding on next Wednesday
evening.
Miss I-aura Wyrick will leave next
week for Portland, where she will at
tend business college for the coming
winter.
Mrs. Otto Iidioii and son Howell,
of La Grande, are visiting in Pendle
ton this week the guests of relatives.
Mr. a nd Mrs. C. W. proehstel of
Weston, were In attendance this week
at the Episcopal convocation. j
Mrs. Pen Burroughs Is entertain-'
lng Grandma Munra of Portland. !
. !
Miss Ethel Fraker returned home I
Wednesday from Minneapolis, where
she spent the winter with her sister,
Miss Mytelena Fraker.
Mrs. J. D. Plamondon of Weston,
was a visitor In Pendleton this week,
the jruest of Mrs. A. W. Xy.
Mrs. Willard Pond, of West Court
street, has as her guests Miss June
Stirling and Miss Hazel Ferris, of
Portland. Mrs. liond will entertain
In their honor next week.
Miss Anna Lang of The Dalles, was
the gueHt of Mrs. F. E. Judd lor a few
days this week, while attending the
Episcopal convocation.
Mrs. Xorbonrn Berkeley will leave
next week for Portland, where she
will attend the wedding of her sister,
Miss Despaln,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laatz and son
Wesley, who have been visiting In the
city this week with relatives, will
leave tomorrow for their home at
Orangevllle.
Mrs. Gerald Tultle and baby, of
Spokane, are visiting at the home of
Mrs. Rose Campbell.
Mrs. William J. Furnish gave a tea
on Friday afternoon In honor 0 Mr.
A. J. Boric and daughter, l"unchon,
who are her guests.
Miss Violet Bowers of Walla Walla,
i.i visiting In the city, the guest of the
Misses Fitz Gerald.
Mrs. C. L. Hunt and daughter, Miss
Cecelia Hunt of Vancouver, Wash.,
will arrive tomorrow evening and will
be tr guests of Judge Thomas Fltz
Gerald and family while hire. Miss
Hunt is to be one of the bridesmaids
at the Fltz Gerald-O'Malveny wedding
next week. Mrs. Hunt Is a sister .of
M;s. Thomas Fitss Gerald.
XEAKI.Y A MILLION IS
SIAVI.D IN TATTEItFD ("OAT
Xew York, Oct. 3. Holding a draft
for $!io0,0no which appeared to he
genuine, a man who spoke no English
whatever entered the office of Surro
gate Xoble in Jamaica, I I., yester
day. He intimated by signs that he
wished to rash the draft.
The draft was drawn by the Bank
of South Africa, in Capetown, upon
the Bank of Montreal.
Adolph Morltz, the man who held
the draft, was taken to the wholesale
lienor stoie of Joseph K t r, who was
In the Boer war. Kaiser was able to
communicate with him sufficiently to
advise him to go home, as It was af
ter banking hours, and to deposit the
draft In a bank today. Morltz seem
ed grateful for Kaiser's advice ami
pinned the draft to the Inside of his
hunting shirt.
Honor Mexican Hero.
City of Mexico, Oct. 3. Patriotic
Mexicans will tomorrow Join In ob
serving the centennial nnnlvernry of
the death of Jose Plorcs Vcrdad, the
first martyr of Mexican Independence.
Tie- ceremonies will Include a pro.
ces-ioii mid the unveiling of a mar
ble si. ib ill the wall of the old Epis
copal palace of Cisa de l is Campa
nas, where Verd.nl was killed. The
hoU"c occupies the same site as th,
palace of Montezuma I. from which
the last Montezuma was hurled when
he was killed.
New Chief KnglnccT.
Navy Yard, Puget Sound, Oct. 2.
Capt. Geo. S. Wllllts, engineering of
ficer of the United States navy, re
ported here as chief of the steam en
gineering department of the yard today.
Dissolution N'oilce.
Notice Is hereby given that the
transfer firm of Stansberry & Milne
has been dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Win Milne will collect all out
standing accounts and pay all bills.
The firm will hereafter be known as
the Milne Transfer Co.
STAN'SHEHRY & MILNE.
Two Sentenced to Penitentiary.
E.l Campbell, who pleaded guilty
to having "rolled" John McArthur.
was sentenced Saturday by Judgo
Snell in the superior court at Tacomn
to a term of from ono to 14 years In
the penitentiary, John Fisher, who
was convicted of burglary, was given
a like sentence.
4 11 '''')rf"Ml2pi",?'v'
Story of Canadian Pacific Wheat and Irrigated Land.
When the Canadian Pacific Railroad Company came to check up their original land
grant a few years ago it was found that the company was "short"'".3,50O,0()0 acres and the
government agreed to give them 3,000.000 acres in one block any where in Canada in set
tlement of the claim.
The Canadian Pacific sent to Scotland, England and Gerrrany for agricultural and
livestock experts to study conditions andrr akethe best possible selection for the company
After a year of exhaustive study of conditions in all western and northern Canada,
the experts advised the Canadian Pacific to select the land in the Bow river valley east of
Calgary as being best adapted to agriculture, stock raising and general diversified farming.
That is how the Canadian Pacific came to locate in this favored spot. They hired
the world's best experts to select the land for them.
Does it stand to reason that the railroad company took anything but the best land?
All Canada was open to their choice. All Canada was searched for a location.
This Land is now for sale at $12, $15 and $18 per acre on eight
year's time, at six percent. Mixed Land for stock and farming
purposes at $7.50 per acre.
Anybody can buy this land and make it pay for itself. Low prices, reasonable terms and safe investment.
You can't lose on Wheat Land at these prices and terms. You can see Altuia at small
cost on the Settler's Cheap Rates.
JONATHAN JOHNSTON ".
Agent Canadian Pacific Land.
Bowman Hotel

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