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.DAILY KAST PRECOX I AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1008. EIGHT PAGES. 'New Crop" Now Here Your Holiday dinner will not be complete with out these table delicacies. We have everything the season affords in dainty eatables. Walnuts . Figs Winter Apples Almonds Raisins Cranberries Cocoanuts Citron Honey New Crop-Strictly Fresh-Phone Your Order Standard Grocery Co. Where small orders receive the same attention as the large ones. Phone Main 96 BEIITTTOSEE 1 PRESIDENT OF FOURTH- CLASS POSTAL MEN, While Here to Deliver Lecture for Commercial Association, Friday, Humorist Will Export to Mitt With the rostmajtcrs of rnuitilla County. While he is here Friday for the purpose of giving his humorous lec ture, "Live to Smile and Smile to Live," Addison Bennett will also hold a meeting of the fourth-class post masters of this county. At the present time the Irrigon man u the president of the league of fourth-class postmasters of this state and he is planning to do considerable work In behalf of the league while on his lecturing tour of the state. The following notice has Just been fent to all members of the postmas ter's leafye by W. J. Clarke, st Ger Tiaa, secretary of the organization "The president of our league, MY. Addison Bennett, Is about to make a lecture tour of the state, and expects to visit every county seat. And on his pilgrimage he desires to do as much COLDS The rery hour ft cold starts la th 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 ut tering. Take F & S Cold Capsules Used in time they save all that might fol'nw sickness, worry, ex pense. They never fall. Tallman & Co. Leading Druggists. good as he possibly can for our cause, to which end a meeting of the fourth- class postmasters of each county will be called to assemble at the postof flee in the county seat on the day of his lecture. "It U hoped, that the postmasters will see that it Is to their interest to all come out and meet our president There is much work to be done for the good of the cause. Our great aim should be to get In the classified list, and w-e can only do It by presenting a solid front. Let Oregon lead the way; let Oregon show the older, and younger states that we are In earnest and stand united. "Owing to the tour of our president we will have exceptional advantages for organizing, perhaps better than In any other state. So let us all take ad vantage of the situation and turn out in force." The meeting in this city will be held at the Bowman hotel and will be at 4:30 Friday afternoon. There are 23 fourth-class postoffices in this county and it la hoped by Mr. Bennett to have all of them represented at the meeting. Lecture at Church. It has been arranged to have Mr. Bennett's lecture at the Methodist church and from appearances a large crowd will greet him on his appear ance here. BUY REGISTERED BULL TO HEAD DAIRY HERD. PEXDLETOX GIRLS IX NATIONAL SORORITY. On November 12, Hhe Gamma Phi Ht'tu society, one of the oldest and most conservative of the Greek letter national sororities, granted to Tau Pi, a local society nt the University of Oregon, a national charter. Tau Pi was organized n n local five years ago, and Includes the following mem bors: Lula Straub Stafford, Eugene; Gladys Farrar, Salem; Pearl Wilbur, Union; Mary Howard, Washington, D. C; Jenny Terry, Josephine Cameron, FYndleton; Helen McKenny, Bertha McKenny. Irma Clifford, Baker City; Clara Caufield, Xleta Harding, Edna Caufleld, Mary Gray, Jean Gray, Mary Stelwer. Vivian Holmes, Constance Oovell, Edith Woodcock. Jessie Hur ley, Gertrude Holmes, Ruth Dunlway, Ruth Hansen, Blanche Huston, Helen Beach, Pearl McKenna, Javlna Stan field. Grace Gray of Portland, and Sara Heed Hammond of Gold Hill, Or, WOODMEN GIVE MJGASANT DANCING PARTY The Woodmen of the World last evening were hosts at a most pleasant dancing party given to members and .their special guests. Johnson's or chestra furnlahed the music, and al- though the floor was a trifle crowded in the first numbers, it soon waa "Just right," as any one who was present will testify. The dancing party was one of a ae rles of little affairs at which the Woodmen were hosts, and through which the lodge Is showing its many pleasant social features to prospective members. WALLOWA COUNTY IMUSONEKS EX ROUTE TO SALEM. R. L. Oliver and son, R. X. Oliver, who are converting their farm just west of town into a dairy ranch, have recently received a registered Jersey bull from Scappoose. He is a fine lcoklng animal, comes from a famous strain of Jerseys, and will prove a val uable addition to the Oliver herd of cows. ., Jjim William Scott and wife and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ira Scott, left today for Walla Walla where Mrs. Ira Scott will visit relatives during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Scott, who have been spending several days with local friends and relatives, expect soon to leave or California, where they will spend the winter. TEA Is there a better way to keep the family longer at table, to keep it together? Tour fiorer returns rour moner U job don't tSk Schil'.inr'f Prit: pav hia HIGH CLASS ENGRAVING Finely engraved Jewelry makes a gift doubly acceptable, and we are prepared to engrave every article bought of us in the nicest manner possible In plenty of time for Christmas; but don't leave It until the last moment. Make ycur selection now, leave your en graving Instructions and we will hold anything for you until wanted. Our showing of signet articles is larger this year than ever before. Winslow Bros. Jewelers Opticians L Postoffice Block Good Banking Service, Together with ABSOLUTE SAFETY, Is what every one de sires. This kind of service can only be given by experienced bank ers who devote their whole time to the banking business. This bank confines Its business to the safe keeping of Its de posits and in the loaning of Its resources In such a manner that they will be perfectly safe and can be collected when due. W offer vnn ahnint safety In our ample resources and In the experience of our officers, and we solicit your account Commercial National Bank United States Depository Sheriff Edgar Martin passed through Pendleton on last night's train with two prisoners for the pen itentiary. They are Joe Moxley and Harvey Howard, and they were con victed at the recent term of circuit court for Wallowa county. W. C. Moore of Enterprise, was with Sheriff Marvin as guard. I 10 BE U10U uui LU BIG FOOTBALL RALLY FOR TOMORROW EVENING Will Be Pnrtli-lpated In by Members or Coliunlria University Football Team as Well a Local Studenta Many Stirring Siteeches Will Be Made Bonfire anil Fireworks Promised. A monster football rally, in which every high school student, the mem bers of both the Pendleton High and the 'Columbia University football teams, and several prominent local business and professional men will participate,' Is announced for tomor row evening at the High school. There will be fireworks too red fire, skyrockets, Roman candles, etc., but the principal feature of the rally will be enthusiasm, for upon Pendle ton's winning the Thanksgiving game with Columbia will depend the right of the green and yellow to claim the state cha.mDlo!hip of Oregon, The rally will include a big bonfire on schoolhouse hill, the fireworks, and speeches by several of those most Interested, including Coach Lytle, Manager Sturgls and Captain Baker of the Pendleton team, Coach Gordon Moores, Manager O'Brien and Captain Walker of the Colum bias; Dr. Smith of the local school board. Dan P. Smythe, and Captain Wyrick of Pendleton's '02 team, George Strand and other alumni. Following the big rally upon the hill the m?mbers of the team, to gether with the. t-liihui?ata present will unite In a monster parade and demonstration, which, led by the high school band, will traverse the principal streets of the town. A second and similar parade will be held on Thanksgiving day, Just be fore the game, when the rival teams will head a parade which will organ ize at 2:15 at the foot of school house hill and will march to the grounds, headed by the band. Townseml-MorrlH. Freewater, Nov. 24. A pretty wed ding took place at high noon yester day at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Leper, when their daughter, Miss Ruth Morris, was married to Dallas A. Townsend, son of T. W. Townsend, contractor of this city. Rev. D. C. Sanderson performed the ceremony. BUILDING MILE OF ELECTRIC ROAD A DAY. D. C. McWatters, the genial general manager of the Twin Falls company Is In the city today to look after mat ters of Importance, reporting that work Is progressing on the Mllner Goodlng railroad and that the Salmon river project Is being actively pushed toward completion so that water may be had next spring, says the Boise Capital News. Of construction on the railroad or electric line. Mr. McWatters stated that seven miles -of track have been lnld out of Ooodlng and about one mile of track is being laid a day. En gines are on the way west with which to operate the system until the elec tric cars can be obtained and wires strung for the power. In the mean time the Boise Valley engine, which Is the only one that the road has been able to secure, Is doing heroic service ip connection with the construction of the road. COLONEL PARSONS IT WE CONNECTED WITH INDIAN SERVICE Mlllani I'arwonn, Well Known In lYiKlletoii, Succumbs to lllncxa Contracted m Philippine AskIni- exl in Allotment of Umatilla Rem vatlou Land!) In Tills County In 1889. Charley Epplnger Is spending a few days In Baker City, a guest at the home of his brother, Fred Epplnger. William Parsons, M years of ago and known as one of the best posted men In the northwest on Indian af fairs, died Sunday morning at the Ft. Slmcoe Indian reservation in Wash ington as the result of ailments con tracted In the Philippine Islands, says the Portland Oregonlan. The remains will be brought to Portlnnd for cre mation. He was born in Pennsylvania, Au gust 19, 1844, and graduated as an honor man at Yale in 1868. At Yale he was a member of the celebrated Wolfshead society and also of the Wooden Spoon society. Two years later he graduated from the. Albany, X. Y., law school, and returning to Pennsylvania, engaged In the prac tice of law.. He served for a term as district attorney for the county In which he resided, and later abandoned law and became editor of the New Haven Register. He remained in that, position for six years, then served as a congres sional reporter for the Washington post. In 1884 he was appointed by President Cleveland as special Indian agent for the southern tier of states and five years later was made a mem ber of the commission which allotted the Umatilla reservation lands near Pendleton. In 1902, with his wife and daugh ter, he went to the Philippine Islands, n hither a son had preceded him as member of the Second Oregon vol-l unteers. He entered the government service there and returned a year ago to take a government position at the Ft. Slmcoe Indian' reservation In Washington. For years he has been recognized as one of the foremost au thorities on Indian affairs. He is survived by a widow, two daughters, Mrs. William House, wife of Dr. House of this city, and Mrs. Charles E. Borden of San Francisco; two brothers, H. C. Parsons of Cleve land, and George Parsons of Wll- liamsport, Pa.; and two sisters, Mrs. James Boggess and Miss Mattle Par sons of Washington, D. C. Parsons was in Pendleton, or at the agency Just east of this city, from 1S84 to 1902, when he went to the Philippines. During a part of that time he was editorial writer on the Tribune and later edited The Alliance Herald, a populist publication. Following his return from the Phil Ipplnes about 18 monuths ago he came to this county and was engaged as as Instructor in the agency In dian school until he left about six months ago. We Are Doing the Clothing Business w m FORESTRY HEADQUARTERS. New Con. Districts EstabliHlied for vcnlence of Stockmen. Notice has been received In this city, that for the greater convenience of national forest users, the forest service will establish, on December 1, 1908, district hearquarters, each In charge of a district forester. In six western cities. The headquarters of district No. 6, which Includes the national forests In Oregon, Washington and Alaska, will be at Portland, Oregon. The national forests In this district are as follows: Oregon Cascade, Crater, Des chutes, Fremont, Malheur, Oregon, Siskiyou, Siuslaw, Umatilla, umpqua, Wallowa, Wenaha, Whitman. Washington Chelan, Columbia, Colville, 6lymplc, Rainier, Snoqual mle, Washington, Wenatchee. Alaska Chugach, Tongass. All business relating to these for ests heretofore carried on between the public and the forester at Wash ington. D. C. will after the first of December, 1908, be transacted with the district forester at Portland. (Ad dress the Forest Service, Portland, Oregon.) All local business, however, will ns heretofore be transacted with the su nervlsor of the national forest con cerned. The notice is signed by Gifford Plnchot, forester, and approved by James Wilson, secretary of the Inter lor. WAPATO IS BOOMING. Alfalfa Mail Mill Under Construction Will Employ 20 Men. Wapato Is growing! That Is now the watchword of every well-wisher of the city. New buildings are springing up, there are not enough houses to meet the demand. The Carver & Shadbolt company has been forced to enlarge their storage and warehouse room, and Wapato shoppers no long er find It necessary to visit North Yakima to fill all their demands. The latest Improvement, however, Is the alfalfa mill being established by the Henrietta Milling company, of Portland, Ore. Preparations for thlJ mill were started Thursday, and Man ager T. A. Flelshhauer expects to have things In running order within three weeks. The mill will have a capacity of about SO tons dally, will occupy 20, 000 square feet and employ nt first a crew of 20 men In two shifts, 24 hours work each day being necessary that orders may be filled. Yakima Republic. Mrs. Arthur T alng left last evening for Seattle where she will enter the raclflc hospital as a nurse. She re cently returned from Walla Walla, where she was employed In a hospital. I Pendleton Why shouldn't we? Where is the man who wouldn't buy a GOOD Suit or Overcoat and get it Half Free Visit our Selling Bee and get a Real Bargain. Roosevelt's BOSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save Warranty Deeds Filed. W. O. Allison to the Uklah Stock company, $50, north half south half of northeast quarter section 26, town ship 6, S. R. 31. E. W. M., containing 40 acres. R. F. Vancll et ux., to Lillian May Swanson, $400, beginning at northwest corner southwest quarter northeast quarter section 29, township 4, N. R. 37, E. W. M., thence east 40 rods, thence south 80 rods to county road, thence northwesterly along said road to the north line of the southeast quarter southwest quarter of section 29, thence east to beginning. A. H. Elam et ux., to Mary Gentry, $600, lots 7 and 8 block 2, Ireland's addition to Milton.' John B. Frazler et ux., to Milton Nursery company, $1350, commenc ing at southeast corner section 36, township 6, N. R. 35, thence north 660 feet, thence west 328 feet, thence southwesterly 38 rods to west line of section 36, thence easterly to begin ning. William Otis Payne to P. R. Van slyke. $1000, that part of block G of Freewater, Ore., lying west of Wal la Walla river all that part of block G lying east of line running north from point on south line of said block O 39 rods, east of center of channel of Walla Wulla river. James W. Sallng et ux., to John H. Sallng, $10,000, north half southeast quarter northeast quarter section 32, township 5 X. R 29, E. W. M., con taining 20 acres. TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. la . Oaly Fosalble Way of having An Effective Core. If you see a woman or a man with lux uriant glosay hnlr, you may bo sure nei ther has dandruff to amount to anything In nearly every ease where women an I men have thin brittle hair, they or it to dandruff. There are hundreds of prep arations that "claim" to cure dandruff, but not one but Newbro'a Ilerplcldu te'ls you that dandruff la the result of a gcr;:t burrowing Into the scalp, and that per manent cure, of dandruff and its conse quent falling and baldness, can only b hid by killing the germ; and there is n olhtr preparation that will destroy t'vit germ but Nowhro's Herpldde. "lVstrov the cause, and you remove the eff'-." Sold by lending druggists. Send 10c. i-i stamps for sample to The Hrrplolde Co., Detroit. Mich. Two (lies 60 cents and 11.00. A. O. Koeppen A Bros. Farm for'Sale Half section of good wheat land for sale, $11,000; house and barn, good well, good orchard, some alfalfa ground. Nine rr.:!es from Pendleton, i miles to warehouse. Must sell before 30 days. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court. St.."PendIetoi, Ore. THE MEN'S SHOP For this week we are showing New Cluett Shirts Attached and Detached Cuffs Price $1.50 New Neckwear Regular 50c Stuff, Special Price for this week only 3 for $1.00 THE MEN'S SHOP MAX BAER.