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PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. HOLD-UP MEN LAND IN JAIL MILLINER Y Nothing Reserved in This Sale, Gage, Castle and Keith All at the Reductions Be low Mentioned. Hats up to $25.00, 2 days more for . $4.95 Hats up to $ 10.00, 2 days more for . .$2.95 ! $4.50 Kid Gloves, 2 days more for $2.45 $32.50 Silk Rain and Automobile Coats $19.85 $28.50 Silk Rain and Automobile Coats $16.95 $20.00 Silk Rain and Automobile Coats $1 1.88 $18.00 Silk Rain and Automobile Coats $9.98 Ladies, Misses and Children's Coats all Greatly Reduced. TOYS AT HALF PRICE All remaining Toys and Dolls of every description A T HALF PRICE. The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Tfade Save Your Coupons IE MS NOTES ALBEE ENJOYED A WHITE CHRISTMAS WITH SLEIGHING Tree Is Loaded With Many Valuable Gifts From Santa Claus Boxes of Apples and Oranges Distributed Recitations and Dialogues Given An All-Night Dance Concludes the Merry Making. (Special Correspondence.) Albee, Dec. 28. Weather fine with atout two and one-half Inches of mow. Just enough for poor sleighing. Horses are still rustling their own feed yet. But cattle are nearly all being fed. The Christmas entertainment here was a very beautiful affair and the tree was trimmed and loaded with many costly presents, coming mostly from Santa Claus, who, it seems, Is related to all the children and in love with all the ladies. Still he has never been known to cause trouble in a family. .. Besides the tree "being loaded with articles of merchandise there were boxes of apples and oranges opened and distributed among the crowd. which started everybody chewing. The program consisted of songs hy the choir, recitations and dialogues by the school children under the di rection of Prof. Darnell. The entertainment closed at 10:30 o'clock, when all adjourned to the dance hall to trip the light fantastic and partake of a 'basket supper at midnight. The pleasures of the night contin ued until hroad daylight -when all aboard was shouted "by the drivers and the Jingling sleigh bells could be heard leading the merry crowd to their homes Christmas morning. Helim Connell gave a Christmas dinner to a number of old bachelors. The bill of fare consisted of roast turkey, plum pudding, cream ,cake and mince pie. The bachelors thank ed lira. Connell very politely, as every course served passed out of sight' A. S. Quant, the venerable mer chant, who was so busy waiting on customers during the week, gave a fiee dinner Sunday and hw table was veil patronized. On Christmas day Ous Paul gave a dinner to about twenty of his neigh bors, when, it is reported, two tur keys and a large selection of other good things appeased the hunger of the happy gathering. There will be a shooting match here New Tears day for turkeys, chickens and mutton sheep. F iiLLiin J L SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS shows rrs appreciation Tcaclier Presented With Handsome Remembrance Congregational, Presbyterian and Christian Churches AH Observe Clirtstmas With Trees and Appropriate Exercises Mis-, sour I Family Buys I-and. (Special Correspondence.) Freewater, Dec. 28. Mr. H. Per kins, teacher of the adult class In the Congregational Sunday school of this city, was presented with a handsome book as a token of appreciation and good will by his class. The Congregational, Presbyterian and Christian church of this city each had Christmas trees for the Sunday school scholars on Christmas eve. The decorations were all beautiful and the little ones pleased with their glimpse of Santa Claus. Mrs. Henry Badgero, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Pearl Badgero, went to Pendleton Sunday morning to spend a week or 10 days wth friends in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prazler of Whit man, were in the city today on their way to Pendleton where they will be the guests of Miss Lotta Wilson. A. P. Jones and family from Mis souri have purchased 12 acres of "Op portunity" land near town and will remain here. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Evans and son of Lexinton, Ore., are In town, the guests of his brother, Mr. Fred Evans. A. A. Babcock and son, Dale Bab cock, of Ferndale, went to Oregon City some time ago, intending to make it their home, but have decided to reinvest In this locality, as they like this part of the country better. U S OF POPULAR RESIDENTS A HE GIVEN SURPRISE More people are taking Foley's Kidney Remedy every year. It Is con sidered to be the most effective rem edy for kidney and bladder troubles that medical science can devise. Fo ley's Kidney Remedy corrects Irreg ularltles, builds up worn out tissues and restores lost vitality. It will make you feel well and look well. Pendle ton Drug Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent Are Itc membcrcri on Their Twenty-Fifth Wedding Anniversary Presented WUU Handsome Silver Set News-pajH-r Men Form Real Estate Finn Revival Meetings Ended, (SpeC'iai Correspondence.) Milron, Dec. 28. A number of Mil tonltes met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent on Saturday night and gave them a pleasant surprise. It was the twenty-fifth anniversary of their wedding day and the friends took this opportunity of presenting them with a beautiful set of silverware, con sisting of knives, forks, silver bon-bon dish and dessert spoons, table spoons and teaspoons. The revival meetings that have been held for the last three weeks In the Christian church, conducted by Re vivalists Kellum and Shaffer, are drawing large crowds and are nightly Increasing In Interest. There has been a large number of accessions to the church and It is proposed to hold a reception for the new converts on next Thursday after the services and a watch night service will be held. Bruce Shangle, son of Rev. H. S. Shangle, has resigned his position ns city editor of the Walla Walla Union and has opened a real estate office in Milton In company with A. R. Gard ner, telegraph editor of the Union. The new firm will be known as the Pro gressive Realty company. They have secured the rooms now occupied by the First National bank. At a special meeting of the city council this week Mr. Shangle was ap pointed by Mayor Davis to act ns re corder In place of Mr. Craig, who has left Milton and gone to Eugene to re side. HOB IN WASHINGTON; ARRESTED IN OREGON Miirshnl Tillson of UiniitiUa, With the Aid of u IVIeiid, Takes Two Men In Custody After They Had Roblnxl a Japanese on the North Rank Rond mill Then Crossed Over the Columbia River. Had they stayed In Washington John Shrclder and Joe Craven, two hold-up men, might still have been at largo after relieving a Jap track walker on the North Bank road near Mottinger's station, of his valuables, but the bold bandits crossed the Co lumbia river to Umatilla and there met fate in the person of Marshal Pete Tillson, who arrested the two men and brought them to this city for safe keeping. The holdup occurred about 1 o'clock Monday morning when Yuko, the Jap, was relieved of $12, a razor, a wutch, some gloves, and even his red flag. The track walker followed his assail ants to Plymouth across from Uma tilla where they had taken one of Ferryman Atcheson's boats and es caped to Oregon soil. Marshal Tillson and Mr. Atchison undertook the pursuit of the men, who were discovered about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon Just below the bridge across tho Umatilla near Uma tilla. Securing' a drop on tho men he ordered them to surrender. Still keeping them covered the marshal and the ferryman searched his pris oners and located the property stolen from the Jap. They were brought to this city, where they are awaiting the arrival of the Washington officers. The men refuse to discuss their al leged crime or give any information other than their names, which are be lieved to bo fictitious. Both claim to have come to this section directly from the east and appear to be old time tramps. Longboat to Wed. Toronto, Ont., Dec. 29. Tom Long boat, the Indian runner who recently defeated Dorando in the Marathon race at Madison Square Garden, New York, and who Is scheduled to meet the Italian again on New Year's eve, will become a benedict tomorrow. The prospective bride is Miss L. Miracle, a full blooded Indian of the Mohawk tribe, who resides on the Lycndingaga reservation. She was among the In terested spectators at Madison Square Garden when Longboat defeated the Italian champion, and her smiles of encouragement undoubtedly acted as a spur upon her gallant swain when his limbs began to drag from the weary strain of the Marathon grind. Baseball Meeting. , . Chicago, Dec. 29. Club owners fiom all the cities represented In the American Association of Baseball clubs gathered here today for the annual meeting. Indianapolis was formally awarded the pennant for 1908. A chairman of the (board of di rectors and vice-president will be elected. It Is thought that the trouble which for a time threatened to Involve tho American association In a baseball war with the major leagues has now been satisfactorily settled. Marked for Death. "Three years ago I was marked for death. A graveyard cough was tear ing my lungs to pieces. Doctors fail ed to help me, and hope had fled, when my husband got Dr. King's New Discovery." says Mrs. A. C. William of Bac, Ky. "The first dose helped me and Improvement kept on until I had gained 68 pounds In weight and my health was fully restored." This medicine holds the world's record for coughs and colds and lung and throat diseases. It prevents pneumonia Sold under guarantee, at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s. 50c and $1. Trial bottle free. Thousand Touchers Meet. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 29. Nearly a thousand teachers, Including some of the leading college and university professors of the South, are In At lanta today for the opening session of the annual Southern Educational con vention; An exhaustive '-program, dealing with every phase of educa tional progress In Dixie, -will be car ried out during the three days tho convention will be In session. Good Business Opportunity. For Sale Hotel and Millinery Store at Helix, Ore. Hotel has just been renovated throughout. Doing good business. Good reasons for selling. j Inquire of Mrs. Frank Myers, Helix, Oregon. Foley's Orlno Laxative cures chron ic constipation and stimulates the liv er. Orlno regulates the bowels so they will set naturally and you do not hare to Uke purgatives continuously, Pendleton Drug Co. Hoarse coughs and stuffy colds that may develop into pneumonia over night are quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar, as It soothes Inflam ed membranes, heals the lungs, and The expels the cold from the system. Pen ( dleton Drug Co. At the Pendleton. J. P. Hayden, Portland; Mr. Kirk, Pilot Rock; Thos. Ross, Portland; F. T. George, R. N. Stanfield, A. B, Thompson, Echo; J. F. Nylander, F. Wieden, W. S. Ayers, J. W. Sherwood, Thos. Nestor, Portland; E. D. Trum bull, city; E. L. Hanks, N. J. Barth, Spokane; Eugene Wright, R. M. Mc Crea, Spokane; T. W. Cllne, Umatilla; J. G. Hoskins, Echo; Edward Cole man, St. Louis, Mo.; Ella Rinehart, Baker City; L. W. White, W. W. Llndhard, Wm. Maher, Portland. Guilty of Counterfeiting. , Passing counterfeit money Is no worse than substituting some unknown worthless remedy for Foley's Honey and Tar, the great cough and cold remedy that cures the most obstinate coughs and heals the lungs. Pendle ton Drug Co. To Limit Dlvon-e. Seattle. Wash., Deb. 29. Subjects of King Edward will no longer be al lowed to make this state a cleurlng hnuse for divorces, If a law to be pre sented to the legislature next month i adopted. Under tho present divorce law, Washington Is the dumping ground for the mlsmated of British Columbia nrid other Canadian provinces. Cm l... n.. -TV PROVE IT FOR YOURSELF! fl, Hundreds of people in this town are about ready to purchase a talking machine. C Buy in the daylight! Make compar isons! Remember that there are "talk ing machines" and "phonographs," but only one Graphophone the COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE C. Be sure to get in touch with us before you buy. Complete Graphophone out fits from $20 up. Come in and listen. Most people prefer to buy "on time" and that suits us. Terms are Easy! Pendleton Furniture Go. 610-12-14-16 Main St. Pendleton Ore. SOX OF GVI'SY KlXti TO TAKE A BRIDE St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. 29. During the last few 'Weeks St. Joseph has been the Mecca of hundreds of wan dering nomads, who assembled from all over the country to take part in the fostlvlt!e upon the marriage of Steve Adams, son of Joe Adams, "king of the American Gypsies." Tho bride Is Mary Marks, a beautiful 16- jvar-old girl of King Adam's retinue The new "princess" would be pret ty In American clothing, but In tho barbaric gaudlly-hued raiment that the women of the camp affect, with li ng strings of coins, shells and beadj about her neck, Bhe is beautiful In an Oriental way. It Is easy to un derstand that her prospective hus band believes that she Is a Jewel, for lie gave a fine Gypsy van and horses valued at $1,000 to her parents, as the price of the lrl. However, the woman Is not bartered, and the gift Is voluntary. (ioologlsts In Session. Washington, D. C, Dec. 29. The Geological society of A'merica con vened its twenty-first annual meet ing In Washington today, with many distinguished scientists In attendance. President Samuel Galvln, of the de partment of geology In the University o Iowa will tell In his arid rem of the discovery of traces of prehistoric ele phants, horses and other animals In Iowa. Ho Know Wlicro Ho Belonged. (Trom Success Magazine.") One stormy morning, during the cruise to the Pacific, an officer of the battleship "Missouri" was making his tour of Inspection. While crossing the forecastle he encountered a coalpasscr leaning on the rail in the throes of mil do mer. With, a gruff voice he de manded. "Here, my man, where do you belong?" The seasick man's hand went to his cup In an attempt to salute: "Cleve land, Ohio, sir," he replied. PILES CURED IV A TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case , of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In to 1 days or money refunded. 60c. FOR RENT Good storeroom In East Oregonian building. Steam heat ed. Rental very reasonable. Inquire at E. O. office. "Why Is It, Mrs. Jones, my coffee Is always blter?" Buy better coffee get Folger's Golden Gato whole roast, don't grind too fine or boll too long." Read ths Rnst Oregonian. Milne Transfer Phone Main 5 Calls promptly answered for all baggage transfer ring. Piano and Furniture moving and Heavy Truck ing a specially ALWAYS INTENT ON BUSINESS. Bessie Why don't you turn over a new leaf this New Year? Bert I'm going to do hotter th in that. I'm going to itart an entire new loitirr. Good stenographer and bookkeeper wanted; permanent position to right party. Apply at . East Oregonian office. Res. 201 W. Court. 'Phone Main S7 J. A. Donaghue VETERINARY 8TOGEON Pendleton, Ore. OFFICIAL STATE LOCAL STOCK INSPECTOR, Office Pendleton Drug Co. Try Hohbach's Oyster House for a Home Lunch and Good Cup of Coffee. Home Made Candies and con fections. . Fancy Baking to order. Try our New "Table Queen" Bread. 217-lt B. Court 'Phone Msln 10.