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PAIL BAST ORKQONIAN. PHNDLVrON. OREGON. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1909 EIGHT PAr J ICS. he PACIFIC MONTHLY m isBsBBsW-- ''Gnft -''flKflK , ' I BBi While On Your Vacation You'll find nothing so interesting and entertaining as a good magazine with stories that please, by the most popular authors and all the news from home. "Know what they're doing on the day they do it." Two Extraordinary Offers Special Offer A Pacific Monthly with Daily E. O. One Year Paid in Advance, New Subscribers or Renewals Regular Price Pacific Monthly $1.50 Regular Price Dairy E.O. by mail $5.00 $b5Q Special Offer B The Pacific Monthly and Semi-Weekly E.O. One Year Paid in Advance, New Subscribers or Renewals . Regular Price Pacific Monthly $1.50 Regular Price Semi-Weekly E. O. $1.50 $5.50 $2.00 $3.00 The Pacific Monthly la the leading magazine of Western America, published on the Pacific Coast, edited by Western men, a id Its entire contents are Western. The East Oregonlan, as you all know well, Is the leading paper of the Inland Empire, and is the official paper of Umatilla Co. and City of Pendleton. No home can afford to be without It. This is a Short-time Offer For Mail Subscribers Only Please state if New or Renewal East Oregonian Pub. Co. Pendleton, Ore. Enclosed find $ for which please send your premium offer to the following address Nam e , Adress Cut out and mail us today ADJUTANT- GENERAL ! OREGON RIFLE TEAM IX TWELFTH PLACE General Finzer Returned From Camp Perry Pleased Over showing. Made Team Has Made Steady Gain During Four Years. Portland, Ore., Sept. 7. General William E. Finzer, his face wreathed In smiles over the fine record made by the Oregon team at the national match shoot, returned from Camp Perry yesterday morning over thf North Bank road, and immediately plunged Into a three weeks' accumu lation of work that had piled up on his desk during his absence In com mand of the team of marksmen that represented the Oregon national guard at the big annual shoot. "The Oregon team did remarkably good work at Camp Perry," said General Finzer. "It moved up one place In the list and now stands in the 12th place out of a total of 48 teams representing the army, navy, marine corps and the national guards of the various states. Out of the 45 state teams only six made better scores than the Oregon team. "The total score made by the Ore gon team was 3585 points, which Is 600 points better than this team's last year record, and only 216 points be hind the team for the United States navy, which stood first, with a rec ohr of 2801 points." General Finzer describes the con test at Camp Perry as the most hotly contested match that he has ever wit nessed. "Every team was there to win," he said, "and the records they made were little short of phenomenal. Upon the whole, the scores show that splendid progress Is being made In marksmanship by the state national guards, the army, navy and marine corps." Oregon occupies a unique place In the national shooting matches, as it Is the only state whose team has made a steady gain In marksmanship since the national match shoot was Inaug urated. Four years ago the Oregon team stood 22, one year later It was 17 In the list, last year It occupied the 13th place, and this year It rais ed Its standard by one place and is now 12th in the list. General Finzer declined to discuss the McDonell case, saying that he knew nothing of the developments in the affair since he left for the east and had not had time to familiarize himself with the situation since his return. JAPANESE PRINCE ARRIVES AT NEW YORK Elixir octs geatlyyet prompt ly on me bowels, cleanses fne system ejectu ally, assists one overcoming habitual constipation permanently. To get its oenejicial effects buy the genuine. Manufactured by thfe California Jic Syrup Co.; SOLD Ef LCADTHO ORUCOISTVHH r-SOTTU. New York, Sept. 7. The steamer Carmanla, arriving today, brought two distinguished tourists In the persons of the Prince and Princess Kunlhlko, who have been delegated by the Mi kado of Japan to represent him at this month's Hudson-Fulton celebration. A suite has been reserved for ;he royal party at the Plaza. The Japan Society of New York will give a din ner In honor of the prince. Tomorrow night the prince and Princess will attend a dinner given for them by the Nippon club, and they will then go to Boston for a short visit, during which they will visit President Taft at his summer home in Beverly. On September 14 Colonel Robert M. Thompson will give a din ner In their honor at Newport, and on the 19th they will be the guests of Dr. Takamlne, the Japanese chemist at Merrlwood Park, Sullivan county, N. Y. A visit to West Point Is next plan ned, to be followed by a dinner by the Japanese society, and on the 23rd they will go to Washington. From EMpt mber 25 until October 3 they will be the official guests of the cele bration commission, and at the close of the "xerclses they will go to Nia gara Falls. From there they will move to "hlcago, and will reach San Fran cisco on October 9. They leave for Japan on the steamship Tetiyo Maru on Octobeh 12. ADAMS NEWS AND PERSONAL HEMS (Special Correspondence., Adams, Ore., Sept. 7. Mrs. Mc- Fall and Mrs. Katleene McFall of Pendleton, are the guests of Mrs. E. Bowling of Adams this week. Mrs. G. O. Richardson went to Pendleton Saturday. Davie Green transacted business In Pendleton Saturday and Walla Walla Sunday. Frank Curl went to Pendleton Saturday. F. Whitley transacted business In Pendleton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Hale returned to their home In Adams Saturday after a three weeks outing at Seattle. A. Coffy went to Pendleton Saturday. T. Blake transacted business Pendleton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. G. Hamel went Pendleton Sunday. Mrs. E. Jackson of Milton Is vis iting friends In Adams this week. Mr. and Mrs. G. Morrison and chil dren returned to their home in Adams after a two weeks outing at Seattle fair. Miss Lola Rogers went to Pendle ton Monday where she will attend the St. Joseph academy for the winter. In to FOUR OFFICERS Ml'ST FACE COURT MARTIAL Insurant' Men Meet. Alexandria Bay, N. Y., Sept. 7. Several hundred of the "strong as Gibraltar" life Insurance agents as sembled today In national convention. The session will continue all week and the agents from all over the country will exchange plans for future work. New York, Sept. 7. Charged with having deserted the ranks In the face of the "enemy" during the recent "war" In Massachusetts, four offt. cers and five privates of the Red army will be tried by court martial at the armory of the Fourteenth reg iment tonight. All the alleged deserters are of company I. It is said the men de serted while the regiment was sta tloned at Rock Station, Mass., on the morning of Tuesday, August 17, Just an camp was being broken prepara tory to starting on a forced march. Despite the loss of the nine mem hers of his command, Colonel Foote has Issued a statement telling his men that he Is proud of the showing they made. He say he was complimented for the work of his command by the umpires, and tellB the men they sus tained the reputation gained by the regiment during the civil war, when It became known as the "Fighting Fourteenth." MINISTERS NAMED FOR C0MIN6 YEAR Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, Sept. 7. The Columbia River Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church In ses sion here for a week, adjourned Just after noon yesterday. Many statisti cal reports were submitted this morn ing. After Spokane had been select ed for next year's meeting Interest centered In appointments for the year which were read by Bishop Smith Just before adjournment. There are no radical changes from last year. Each district superintend ent Is retained In his old position. The list of appointments for The Dalles district Is as follows: District Superintendent Walton Skipworth; Alderdale, to be supplied; Arlington, George L Snyder; Bel mont, H. J. Woods; Bickelton, W. E. Ragan; Cascade Locks, Ralph Chaf fee; Centervllle, J. K. Craig; Chelan, C. E. Hornlbrook; Dufur, G. Kennedy; Ellensburg, W. J. Jlnnett; Fort Slm- coe, J. W. Helms; Fossil and Mary vllle, A. S. Black; Fulda, Seldon E. Wing; Goldendale, William Deweese; Grass Valley and Moro. F. Smith; Heppner, W. L. Alrhart; Hood River, J. B. Ford; Kennewlck, B. F. Brown; Liberty, F. M. Hayes, Mabton, W. L. Wilson; Madras, G. R. Moorehead; North Yakima, C. E. Gibson; Pine Grove, F. R. Spalding; Prlnevllle, J. i L. Lewellen; Prosser. H. N. Rounds: Redmond, E. S. Fox; Richland and Kiona, C. M. Carson; Spauldlng, C. L Lowlther; Selah to be supplied; Sunnyslde, H. O. Herry; The Dalles, M. T. Wire; Toppenlsh, J. M. Hug- gins; Wasco, C. W. Oelszler; West Kittitas, L. W. Chandler; White Sal mon and Carson, H. C. Clark. THE GRAND THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week Wayne, the Sulton of Mystery assisted by Mile Adele & Co. All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c. Usual Matinees. Pennsylvania Fair. Bethlehem, Pa., Sept. 7. Several $1000 stakes for pacers and trotters will be decided during the Pennsyl vania state fair, which threw open Its gates to the public today. A man Isn't necessarily a failure be cause he has failed. NOTICE OF SALE OF OLD LEE STREET BRIDGE The city of Pendleton will receive sealed bids on all the city's part of the old Lee street bridge up until Wednesday, September 8, at 7:30 p. m. All bids are to be filed with the city recorder and will be opened by the council. The city reserves the right to reject any and all bids. THOS. FITZGERALD, Recorder. I Orpheum Theatre Pendleton's Favorite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Show. Program Changed Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Maryland Fair. Baltimore, Sept. 7. Under the di rection of Alexander McCormlck, who has been In charge of the en terprise for thirty years, the annual Maryland state fair was opened to- lay on the grounds of the society at Tlmonlum. Special Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Admission to All Matinees 5c and 10c. Evenings 10c and 15c Forosurs In Session. Montreal, Sept. 7. The biennial convention of the high court of the Independent Order of Foresters was opened here today, with several hun dred delegates present. Children Under 12 Free Every Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr.