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DAILY EAST ORBOONLVN, PENDLETON. OREGON. TI'ESDAY, SKITKMRER 7, 1HO0. EIGHT PAGER. Now! All Ready For the Third Day of Children's Week We've seen more children and their maternal and paternal relatives here in our store in the last tew days than we've seen in many a day. Really didn't know there were so many. And they have seen more bargains than have been shown by any other store in this town in the last year THE RE ALL Y IMPOR TANT FEA TURE OF CHILDREN'S WEEK IS THE OPPORTUNITY TO BUY ALL THE THINGS THAT SCHOOL CHILDREN NEED FOR THE SMALLEST POSSIBLE PRICE. The kind of prices that make mothers pocket books gape wide open the kind of prices that make it possible to bay everything that boys anb girls need for the autumn wearing "at the first day of school" and all through the long months of school time when healthy, happy children must be comfortably clad if they are to "do well" at their studies. No matter what you want to buy for your little one or ones) it i' here, and if you couldn't buy it of us this week for less than you'll have to pay anywhere else in town there' d be no merit in Children's Week at allnot a mite. But you just come tomorrow and see. The Greatest and Most Complete Shoe Department in the city of Pendleton is in Pendleton's largest store, this is where yoa can best have your shoe wants supplied and at prices the most economical. If they rip we sew them free of charge. Boys' Gun Metal Bluchers, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $3.25 Iioys' Gun Metal Bluchers, sizes 1 to 2 $3.00 Boys' Gun Metal Bluchers, sizes 8 1-2 to 13 1-2 $2.50 Boys' Velour Bluchers, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $2.50 Boys' Velour Bluchers, sizes 1 to 2 $2.25 Boys' Velour Bluchers, sizes 8 1-2 to 13 1-2 $2.00 Boys' Box Calf Bluchers, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $2.50 Boys' Box Calf Bluchers, sizes 1 to 2 $2.25 Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Box Calf Bluchers, sizes S 1-2 to 13 1-2 Box Calf Bluchers, sizes 8 1-2 to 13 1-2. Heavy Calf Shoes, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2... Heavy Calf Shoes, sizes 13 1-2 to 2 $2.00 tl.75 2.75 $2.50 $2.75 $2.50 Wear "Good for Bad Boys' " shoes, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1 Wear "Good for Bad Boys' " Choes, sizes 13 1-2 to 2. CHILDREN'S SHOES. SIZES 5 1-2 TO 8. Little patent leather shoes, with white, grey, taupe, brown and tan tops. The largest variety to select from. Prices $J 50 to $1.75. CMldren's button or lace shoes, either black or tan, at $1.10 "P to $1.75. Our "Shurefoot" shoes for little tots are better. They come In sizes from 1 1-2 to 5. All colors. The prettiest shoes you ever saw, at $1.25 $1.50. Little button or lace shoes, black or tan leathers. .Priced from 600 up to $1.35. We have a special shoe for fat babies, sizes 1 1-2 to 5 at $1.00 a pair; sizes 5 1-2 to S $1.25 a Plr. We also have a shoe for children with weak ankles, sizes 3 to 8, at $1.25 Pair Little ladles' kid lace or button shoes $2.50 Little ladies' kid blucher shoes $2.00 Little ladles' box calf, broad toe, shoes $2.50 Misses' patent button shoes, cloth top, sizes 11 1-2 to 2. $2. 50 Missel kid button shoes, cloth top, sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $2.75 Misses kid button or blucher shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $200 Misses' Little Wanderer school shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2..J2.25 Misses' gun metal button shoes, sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $2.50 Misses box calf shoes, patent tip, sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $2.00 60 Kiir llissea' food school shoes. , Only a few sisea in cadi style left.. Ail leathers, $2.25 to $1.50 values, a bargain at only $1.28. Children's shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 11. All the new colored tops, grey, brown, taupe and many others. Prices $1.50 '"$2.25 Children's kid shoes, button or lace, $1.25 to $1.75. Children's dun metal button shoes $2.50 Children's Little Wanderer school shoes $1.85 During CHILDREN'S WEEK we "ill ive a reduction of 10 pcr cent on tlic above prices of Bojs' ami Girl's sh-. Our Ladles' full shoes, which s many have been usUiiiK- about, have just arrived, Largest variety of styles t select! from. We will ic pleased to hnvge won oome in ami look ilieni over. THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Save Your Coupons oil, Yes!. Don't fuid to go to our Grocery Department and get Where it Pays to Trade surprise package, every boy and every girl In town will be welcome. OF OREGON File M'LOUGHLfJf HOME DEDICATED SUNDAY Speakers Recalled Early History of State During Time When Hudson Buy Comptuiy Ruled Home llns Been Renovated-. Oregon City. Ore., Sept. 7. -In the presence of nearly 500 people, the home of Dr. John McLoughlln, ereet sd by the Father of Oregon In 1844 and occupied as his residence until his death, In 1857, was dedicated Sunday. The dedicatory cercmonleH took place In the public square, In a sightly spot, at the edge of the bluff overlooking the business section of the city, and a gentle breeze temper ed tHe heat and made the affair one of pleasure to the distinguished com pany nf pioneers who had come from Portland and Willamette valley points to do honor to the memory of the man whose innumerable acts of kind ness and consideration are still fresh In the mlnnds of those who are living, who benefited therefrom. The historic house, a mansion In early days, where hospitality was of fered freely, was decked out bravely in the national colors, and In front of the open doorway was constructed a temporary platform which served as a speakers' stand and n resting place for prominent visitors. Graves In View Near By. Grouped about the house on the broad lawn of the city park was an audience of several hundred people, who listened attentively to addresses from Frederick V. dolman, president of the State Historical society; B. H. D'Arcy of Salem, vlce-presldeitnt of the Oregon Pioneer association; Itev. ' Father Sherman, n son Of the dlstin I guished general of the civil war, and Mrs. Fva Emery Dye, author of "Me- Lnughlln and Old Oregon." Dr. W. ! B, Carl!, mayor of Oregon City, pre. 1 sided over the ceremonies, and his ! Introductory remarks were happily l chosen. The Oregon City concert j band rendered patriotic selections. Down In the ohrchyard of St. Johns, I only i few hundred feat away, the j marble stones that mark the graves Of Dr. John McLoughlln and his wife I shone brilliantly In the afternoon sun, j while above them rang out eloquent ! words of eulogy and reverence for the memory of the man whose nobis deeds I in behalf of the Oregon country will live for countless generations, There was a time when housekeepers felt it necessary to keep half a dozen different kinds of soap on hand. But that was before Ivory Soap was made. Such a thing is no longer necessary; or de sirable. For the bath, for the toilet, for fine laundry purposes, Ivory Soap answers every require ment. Ivory Soap 99 "5-100 Per Cent. P ure. M iron, steel, cement and other struc tural materials. Among the Ameri cans present are Walter and Stuart Wood, Pennsylvania Iron founders; C. B: Dudley, consulting chemist of the Pennsylvania Railroad company; W. U. Webster, structural engineer of Philadelphia, und Dr. Richard Mol donke, secretary of the American Foundrymcn's association. Franklin Pierce Jolly the oily en terminer is coming. F ARM CUES III WILL GIVE IMPETUS TO THE WEST Agricultural Interests of Whole Conn try Will Meet in November Will Compile Information on Valuable Farm Land In U. S. West Will be Well Represented. The following Is from the San Fran cisco Examiner: To compile and distribute accurate Information concerning the available farm lands of the whole United States a National Farm Land Congress has been called to meet in Chicago begin ning on November 16 and continu ing for several days. Agricultural interests of the whole country will be represented. As an outcome of the meeting broad adver tising will be given the land resources of every State In the Union. California is to be represented. Western farm lands will be so ex ploited that true facts concerning them WW be placed before not only thousands but hundreds of thousands of eager homeseekers who are only awaiting an opportunity for leaving the crowded centers of the East to win fortunes from the tillable lands Igarding the conditions and opportunl- ties of every section of the land. The possibilities for commercially ' piofltable farm life will be pointed out 1 by experts in matters concerning the I farm and the reclamation of lands. I The discussions will be participated In I by men of national reputation and of the greatest experience in the culti vation of irrigable, semi-arid, humid ' and drained lands. Whole West Represented, An honorable advisory committee : has been formed and to Its Imposing ' list of names additional are to be ad- ded representing the Pacific Coast and Rocky Mountain states. The work of I organization is now going on with such energy that the whole Western country will be represented. This Congress will Interfere in no wise with the work of other con gresses, such as the Dry-Farming Congress and similar bodies, but will seek to supplement their efforts and to co-operate with them. It will be one of the important purposes to es tablish some form of permanent na tional organization broad enough to unify the work of all such bodies, working In their special fields to the same general ends. Chicago has been chosen as the meeting place because it Is the great central grain, live stock and farm products market of the country. Be. sides, It Is particularly well suited Tor bringing together annually all the great farm Interests of the nation. Best Treatment for a Burn. If for no other reason, Chamber lain's Salve should be kept in every household on account of Its great of the Pacific Slope, the great South- value In the treatment of burns. It anays the pain almost instantly, and unless the Injury Is a severe one, heals the parts without leaving a scar. This salve Is also unequaled for chap ped hands, sore nipples and diseases of the skin. Price, 25 cents. For sale by all good dealers. west, the progressive Northwest and the Rocky Mountain states. Great Aid to Homeseekers. The Congress Is to be purely edu cational in its scope. It Is designed to give the greatest possible publicity to farm land development, to show real facts about farm land the country over, to place within the reach of the homeseeker reliable Information re- Health YOU'LL RE SURPRISED TO SCI HOW YOUNG YOU LOOK WHEN YOUR HAIR IS RESTORED TO ITS NATURAL COLOR. There' i no emae (or nightly arty or laded bak It make you look M when you're mot it'i aaaghdy and embarrauing. Hai Hair Health will bring back the aatu ral color sad beauty, and make year hail bright, luxuriant and full of youthful vitality. Stop! dandruff and falling out. Purely vege table and harolen not a dye. 1 ANB He. BOTTLES, AT DRUGGISTS. Bay" Mmrftmm Soap cures Eczema, red. rona-n ana cnappca udui, wu aumiu m. Where Women Vote. Leadvllle, Col., Sept. 7. Beauty and brains are both much In evidence in Leadvllle today, owing to the pres ence In the city of the fair delegates to the state convention of the Colora do Federation of Women's clubs. The sessions will continue through the following three days. It is expected by the women voters of Colorado, which has been the subject of much criticism by mere male Investigators, will be defended and upheld by the suffragists of the federation. RESULTS OF TIE BIG GAMES YESTERDAY Const League Results. At Vernon, 9 innings Portland 10, Vernon 0. At San Franclsoc Los Angeles 2, Oakland 4. At Sacramento San Francisco 5, Sacramento Northwestern League Results. Vancouver 6, Portland 0. At Portland, 9 Innings Second afternoon game Vancouver 5, Portland 0. At Aberdeen Seattle 9, Aberdeen 7. i akta fine and aoft. 25c, dnuraitta. 3c lor (ret booka, "The Care ot tno Skin," Care of the Hair." VUle Mary Soec Co.. N FHNDLETON DRUG Send "Toe k, N. J. COMPANY. Railway Financiers. Hotel Champlaln, N. T.( Cept. 7. A uniform form of voucher drafts for use by the railroads of the country was presented to the consideration o the Society of Railway Financial Of ficers at its third annual meeting here today. National league. Pittsburg, Sept. 6. The Cubs turn ed the tables on the Pirates this morning when, with Reulbach In the box, they took the second game of the series. Reulbach and Adams were in magnificent form and kept the hits well scattered. This is the most Important series of the season and the outcome will probably decide which team Is to fly thepennant. Score by Innings: R. H. E. Chicago 000 000 001 23 10 0 Pittsburg ...010 000 000 01 9 2 Batteries Chicago Auelbach and Archer; Pittsburg, Adams and Gib son. The Cubs made It two straight from the Pirates by winning this after noon's game. Manager Clarke used three pitchers in an effort to turn the tide of defeat but Overall was Invin cible In tight places and the Pirates never had a chance. Score by In nings: R. H. E. Chicago 310 100 0018 11 0 Pittsburg 102 000 000 3 8 1 Batteries Chicago, Overall and Archer; Pittsburg, Willis, Lelfleld, Phlllpi and Gibson. At New York R. H. B. Boston 2 7 1 New York 0 6 4 Batteries Brown, Graham and Smith; Marquard and Meyers. At New York, afternoon game R. H. E. Boston 4 5 2 New York 6 13 8 Batteries Richie, Mattern and Smith; Mathewson and Schlel (Ten Innings.) At St. Louis R. H. E. Cincinnati 6 12 2 St. Louis 1 4 1 Batteries Spade and Roth; Har mon and Phelps. At Brooklyn Morning game R. H. E. Philadelphia 3 0 Brooklyn 1 7 4 Bow-Wow Exhibition. Batteries Moore and Dooin; Wll- New York, Sept. 7. One of the helm, Hunter and Marshall, best open-air dog shows of the sum- Afternoon game R. H. E. mer was opened here today by the Philadelphia 2 11 1 South Side Kennel club. Brooklyn 9 1 Batteries McQuillen. Foxen and Dooln; Ruelttr and Bergen. At St. Louis R. H. E. Cincinnati 6 8 1 St. Louis 6 11 3 American League At Boston, morning game R. H. E: New York 9 9 2' Boston 10 11 6 Batteries Wilson, Hughes, Swee ney nnd Klelnow; Wood and Carrl gaa At Philadelphia, morning game: R. H. E. Washington 2 6' I Philadelphia 8 6" 1 Hatterios Groom and StrewC; Plank, Dygert and Livingston. At Cleveland Chicago V Cleveland 3 11 2 At Detroit RITE St. Louts 1 4 3 Detroit 7 t2 Batteries Graham and Criger; Mttttln and Stunags. Venezuela Envoy. Caracas, Sept. 7. Dr. Carlos Gri sant sailed today for Europe, where he will act as diplomatic agent to France and Holland. He will repre sent Venezuela at The Hagu; There Is some strong courting go ing on In a certain home in Pendle ton. A lovely young lady will soon be making the morning coffee for two. Of course she will use Folder's Gold en Gate. l ,fl The Itoad to Sin-ecss has many obstructions, but none so destructive as poor health. Success today demands health, but Electric Hitters Is the greatest health builder the world has ever known. It com pels perfect nctlon of stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, purifies and enriches the blood, and tones and invigorates thir whole system. Vigorous body and keen brain follow their use. You can't afford to slight BtdOcHo Bitters If weak, run-down or sickly. Only 50. Guaranteed by Tallman & Co. Itankers DleoUM socialism. Bedford Springs. Pa;,. Sept. 7. A .ritlclstn of socialism' by Professor Edward Sherwood MWofe, who occu pies the chair of finance at the Uni versity of Pennsylvania, was the fea ture .f the opening session today of the fifteenth annual convention of the Pennsylvania Barkers' associa tion. The annual banquet of the Pennsylvania financiers will be held tonight. The meerlnej will be con cluded tomorrow, when State Treas urer Sheatz Willi talk on "Taxation." DUALITY OF INSTRUCTION THK HIGH-STANDARD SCHOOL of itt kind in the Northwest, we invite the investigation ol those who want the best in a practical education. Let us prove superiority. Call, phone or write. Cut lofUOi business formi and penwork free. PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE "The School of Quality" Tenth and Morrison S Portland, Oregon A. P. A KM ST HONG, IX. B., I'KINCIPAL DON'T NEGLECT YOUR EYESIGHT, Eyeg carefully ex amined and glass es ground to fit each case. P. A, CLISE, The optical specialist with over 30' years practice fitting glasses has open ed permanent offices In the John Schmidt building. Pendleton, Ore. If -"iWWJSS! Go With a Rush. The demand' for that wonderful! Stomach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. Kink's New Life Ptlls Is nstoundln Tallman &. Co. say they never saw the like, lta because they never r.-ul to cure Sour Stomach, Constipathm,. Indlgestlom Bllliousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Mali.-ia. Only 2Bm Tallman & Co. Seek Straetural Standard;. Copmiftugwa, Sept. 7. Engineers, Iron founders and chemists ot many natloes are In the Danish capital to day fa attendance at the Internation al congress for the Standardisation of Fcr-iSiahv oondnrwd 1 r ttra SISTERS OF JHE H01V NAMES OF JESUS AND MARY urauu. itimamw ani MMCUM I, 'i ' lunnli Timlblm t. Arfltma Buna Smmioav St Marj'iAnJaraj.Pua atiulu. Art. Kloratlon aa I OoiuuMrelai Otiukk, II H rlh for AnnotinomontA' '!. MiKaJ and Inudlccta HILL MILITARY ACADEMY Portland, Omgon. DR. i W. HILL, Talt, '78, Principal and Proprietor. J. A. HILL, Tala- S, '02, Vice Principal. A select school foe boya and young geattemen. Successiul preparation for college or business. Diplomas ac cepted by many Uaddag Universities. Sanal) classes. ladivldnal coaching. Strict Discipline. Military training. Tor Illustrated catalogae address Vice, Principal. RESERVE BOOMS EARLY. BEAUTIFUL HOME FOR SALE Located in Pendleton's Most Desirable Residence District Modern house with rock foundation, good cellar and large porch on two sides, Five bed rooms, parlor, library, dining room and kitchen, besides three closets, two toilets, pantry and dumb waiter. Gss and electric lights throughout. Two lots with lawn, fine shade and fruit trees. Combination barn and fuel house that can be used as auto garage. Must be sold at once. For price and further particulars, inquire at EAST OREGONIAN OFFICE, Phone Main 1.