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DAILY EAST ORfltiOXIAV, rEXDLETON, OREGON. SAITRDAT, MARCH 20, 1009. fl.F.A N.CUT. smart, correct in stvle. of good quality in fabric and tailoring, and accurate in fit these are the important things that our clothes give a man; and they're exactly the things you want. There's no reason why you shouldn't have them; we've got the clothes here for you, and they're ready for wear- ing, and they fit, and they're easy to pay for. You ought to see some of the new, late models; and some of the smart new colors and patterns. Suits $18 to $35. Overcoats $15 to $25. This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes !.h mi mi Churches rise Peoples Wareh 0 0 0 5ai;e Your Coupons 0 0 0 Where it Pays to Trade AMVSEMEhTS The management of the Grand theatre has gone away beyond the field of vaudeville to get a special fatnrp for their patrons in the en gagement of the comic opera con tralto. Agnes May. The young singer was the bright particular feature of the imperial Opera company and made famous by her truly wonderful cnn'ralto voice coupled with the charm of youth and beauty. The critics everywhere have acknowledged the rare'quality of her voice and have admitted her ability. Miss May, like all opera singers, has a passion for dress, rare crea tions in lace being her special choice. This of course, gives an addel charm tn hor tae aoearance. Miss May has a large repertoir and can answer the request for most any popumr success and delights In so doing to please her admirers. This engagement is a very expen i ..Annoitlnn fnr trip Grand, but i. i. af to sav that it will pay well .1.- .inni -a-iil nDDreclate the an uiv yenvo ..... - . . that thpv are setting from a aol lar to a dollar and a half feature for bo small a price. Miss May will give the songs and comic opera selections she has made f. wh in castume and even ing dress. This will be the musical event of the season and a special treat for the people here. Orpheum. The following is the change of the Orpheum program for today: Miss Adelaide Rogers In new song hits; "A cure for rheumatism." "The Or phan Home." "The Iron VorKers or.. n Pnha DeSchon in anoint Impersonation. The change for Monday win u Harry E. Rlckrod. the woria s great est aerial ring contortionist. . A standing offer of $1000 Is made to the world to produce his equal. 41 1 CelUm, the mind reader, she will read your mind while you sit In the audience. counts in some measure for their r- nmrkahle versatile musical ability That they are "really, truly sisters," the marked resemblance proves Im mediately to all, and all five since babyhood have played music. As Bill Nye expresses it: "Even their Infantile weepings were harmonious and In a way musical." Each one is an expert on some one instrument, most of them on more than one. They have played before the very tie. animation and rapidity of action. P..1.11, hln Im a. mad man in Ills senses, a very honest fellow who hard ly Fpeaks a word of truth and suc ceeding In all his tricks and Impos tures. The situation of poor Kather Ine worn out by his Incessant perse cutions becomes at last almost as pit iable as it Is ludicrous. The learned critics say that Petruchlo Is a char acter which all husbands should mmlv. He that as It may. "The Tam- A11 Ideal Couch Medicine. "As an Ideal cough medicine I re gard Chamberlain's Cough Remedy !n a class by Itself," says R. A. Wilt shire, of Gwynneville, Ind. "I take great pleasure la testifying to the re suits of Chamberlain's Cough Me 11 cine. In fact. I know of no other preparation that meets so fully the ex pectations of the most exacting In cases of croup and coughs of children As It contains no oDlnm. chloroform best masters and critics of Europe ng of the Shrew," is undoubtedly or morphine It certainly makes a most viewed rrom many siunupuuoa Fare, pleasant and erricac'.ous remedy splendid object lesson In matirmony.j oT the nu u B intended." For sale The comedy should be seen not only hy all good dealers. ny muse wiu imvc rm...-i -,., m. .y...- of wedlock, but also by those who con ItapllHt Clmroii. Itev. Thomas Moody, missionary In Congo Free State, Africa, will speak ut the 11 o'clock hour. Evening serv ice at 7:30 with sermon by the pas tor, subject, "Tho Hireling and His Hire." Wble school at 10 oclocK. Huraca clusa at 10 o'clock for men. Young people's union at 6:30. Pray er and praise service Wednesday at 7:30. Mission study class at 8:15. Presbyterian Clmrcli. Corner College and Alta, W. L. Van Nuys, pastor. Riblo study hour, 10 a. m. Classes for all. Morning wor ship nt 11. Junior Communicant's class at 2:30 p. m. Class In study of "Teachings of Jesus" at 3:30. Young People's mooting at 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. A cordial Invitation is extended to nil to Join In thcHir services. As announced last week, tlie niinual meeting of tho Congregational will bo held on Tues day evening, In connection with a re ception given by the men's club. Plans are under consideration wr u, Mother's Meeting, under the direc tion of the bible school on the first Sunday in April. ClirlMMin Science-. Congregational church, corner Webb and Johnson streets. Church services nt 11 o'clock Sunday morning. Sub ject, "Matter." Sunday school at m a. m.j Wednesday meeting nt 9:45 p. m. All are welcome. IMrst M. E. Clmrcli. First Methodist Episcopal church, T R Ford, pastor. Residence 00 Johnson str.-et; 9:30 n. m meeting of pastor, officers and teachers of the school; 10 a. nr. Sunday scnooi, . Owen superintendent; 11 a. m., pub lic service. The pastor w'll preach. A thank offering will be taken In tho Interest of the Woman's Foreign Mis sionary society: class meeting will follow the public service, J. M. t.illl land. lender; 3 p. m.. Epworth league devotional mcet'nK, Mary Wisdom, lender; 7:30, sermon by the pastor. tv, ..-.in.lo will bp on "A Clean 1 liv J' ---- City." Good music, Mrs. Hinder. director, Mrs. Owen at tne organ. m -commodatlng ushers under direction of Messrs. Waffle and Oliver. Stran gers welcome. A cordial greeting f 'r all. (Jeriiinn Evanjr. Lutheran Cliurcli. ..-vi at Pendleton Sunday, March 21. at the Presbyterian church. corner College and Alta streets, at 2 m. All members nre cordially in vited. Geo. L. Pprattler, pastor. Clmrcli "f tho nruVeim r. Owirfg to the Ind'sposltlon of the Rev. Charles Qulnney, the special ap pointments tomorrow for Athena, Milton and Freownter will have to ue given up. The Rev. James Hender son will conduct service at Athena to morrow morning at 11 o'clock, re turning to Pendleton In the evening for a service In the Cnurcn or tne iif deemer at 7:30 o'clock. Sunday school will be as usual at in n m. Lenten services next wcoK will be Monday. Tuesday and Thurs- day at 4 p. m. Wednesday nt 7:lo with choir practice Immediately arter the service. Friday the Litany will be wild at 8 a. m. You are cordially Invltvd to any or all of these serv ices. Charles Qulnney, rector. or, America, and are lust covered with medals won on their merit. They are gifted to a remarkable de gree with not only extraordinary mu sical atlent but also with attractive and winsome personalities. REMARKABLE FAMILY Of GIRLS HERE MONDAY The five Polmatler sisters will ap pear at the First Methodist church Monday evening under the auspices of the Pendleton academy. The phenomenal and historic rec ord of this family of artistic geniuses who have made such a wonderful name for themselves is Interesting. They are American born but of Ger man descent, which nationality ac- "TAMIXG OF THE SHREW. iinnfor.l Is One of Its Rest In template taking that most Important Corvallls has voted bonds for a tfrnreters. Shakespeare's plays have stood the test of centuries, and yet when com parisons are made some of the ef forts of the master playwright are Judged to be much better than oth ers. Among his lighter works !t is the general opinion that "The Taming of the Shrew" is entitled to first po sition. Thus sparkling piece Is al most the only one of Shakespeare's comedies With a regular plot and a down-right moral. It Is full of bus- 11 fjfl nnn VilnVi onhnnl 1.,, II, liner rrnn step. Charles R. Hanford. the well, valUM ,n thp own haVe (loubled known Shakespearean star, is present-1 , h n , !ng the play this season. He will ap-jdue tQ ,he ncreaSe of population, to near as Petruchlo, a role admirably. n,in -.... n,i Huited to his talents. The shrewish1, Katherine will be portrayed by Miss Marie Rrofnah, an accomplished act ress whose Interpretations of the va rious roles entrusted to her care has ever been a source of delight to a host of friends. On Sunday, March 21, "The Taming of the Shrew" will be Mr. Hanford's play at the Oregon theater. a system of pure mountain water and other causes. Portland Journal. Love's little deeds loom largest on the recording angel's books. .Cheap Lumber. Wa have some that Is In our way, If you need lumber for any purpose come and see what we are orrering. Oregon Lumber Yard, Alta street op poslte Court house. Near Death In Wg Pond. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida Soper to face death. For years a severe lung trouble gave mo Intense suffering." she writes, 'anil several times nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doctors saiu I was Incurable. 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HAN" FORD, AT THE OREGOX THEATER, SUNDAY EVENING, MAHMI 21, 1M ANY RANGE IN OUR STORE.. IBB At 1 5 0 Off FOR NEXT 30 DAYS The factory DUPLICATED our last order for RANGES we have TOO MANY on hand NOW and they nre sending MORE. WcIIAVE N'T ROOM for them In the store and to MOVE THEM OUT, we will offer FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS $28. ranges for $30 ranges for $32 ranges for $36 ranges for $50 ranges for I ...$23.75 ,..$25.50 ...$27.25 . ,.$30,110 ...$ 12.50 Colls fitted to any range and plumbing connections mndo at reason able cost. SHARON , EDD1NGS riumblng shop and second hand store. Do you want to BUY or BUILD a home ? If yet do. and if you desire to borrow money to assist you, it will pay you to see FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St., Pendleton, Ore. You can repay the loan in monthly installments.