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EIGHT PAGES. Opening Fall Millinery A MAGNIFICENT DISPLA Y OF omens HATS Come tomorrow and see this display of correct styles from the world s fashion centers. ' , . , . I .'J To make the occasion doubly interesting we will give DOUBLE trading stamps on every hat bought on this Friday, Sept. 10. You will please note the difference between prices made in exclusive millinery houses and the Department Store prices that obtain at Where It Pays to Trade THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Double Coup ons for Friday Millinery TEMPERANCE LECTURES GAVE GOOD ADDRESS (Special Correspondence.) Athena, Ore., 8. M. J. .Fanning of Philadelphia, one of the most promi nent members of the national tem perance board with headqarters at Chicago, In his address last night at the Christian church, delivered the most eloquent, logical and convincing temperance lecture ever given at Athena. For an hour he mingled wit, facts and reason in a manner that was most impressive. He was optimii tic throughout his lecture and con vinced his hearers that the moral forces working for better things are concentrated and more powerful now than ever before and that great good Is being accomplished. SPANISH WAR VETERANS WILL PARADE AT A. V. P. HILL RIVALS SEEN Lewiston, Idaho. Reports receiv ed from the upper waters of the Clearwater river indicate the long talked war between the Hill and Har rlman interests for the supremacy in the rich Clearwater country is on, but in an unexpected section of the coun try and where the present Hill lines will be of little advantage in the struggle now . The Norhern Pacific, with Its Clearwater line extending from Lew iston to Stites, a distance of 80 miles, felt secure against any attack from the Harrlman lines on the west, and it has been generally expected the O. R. & N, company would make a dash for the upper valley where heavy shipments of farm and timber pro ducts make the Northern Pacific In vestments most profitable. The invasion has come from the southeast where the Harrlman inter ests are now engaged in the construc tion of the Pittsburg & Gilmore down Salmon river from a point on the Po-catello-Butte line, and engineers of that company are now making a lo cation through the Dixie and Elk City mining districts, where large bodies of low-grade ore now await shipment to smelters, and where large areas are covered with white fir, the wood product necessary to the manufacture of paper. The Idaho route for the Pittsburg & Gilmore was selected several years ago by a Mr. Pope, who visited this section as a rich easterner, and hired experienced mountaineers to take him through the Bitter Roots in search of wild game. An entire sea son was devoted to this character of scouting, and when the guides return ed they told of the mission of their patron, but have never made public the result of the Investigations. The next year the chief engineer of the Pittsburg ft Gilmore made boat trip from Salmon City to Lewiston and the construction of the road in the Up per Salmon valley will be Inaugurated. Seattle, Sept. 9. Five thousand Spanish-American war veterans will parade the grounds of the Alaska-Yuon-Pacific exposition on Spanish American War Veteran Day, Satur day. The convention delegates will come In a body from Tacoma and they will be joined by a large num ber and they will be joined by a large number of veterans from the various cities of the northwest. The parade will be led by the flag which Roose velt carried up San Juan Hill and each of the regiments represented In the parade will carry its own battle stained banner. The Houston-Palo Alto-Santa Clara-Los Gatos Day celebration on Saturday will be observed by a large delegation from those cities who will remain over from California Day, Thursday. The exercises of the day will be held in the California state building. The other features of the program i Saturday will be the New England Day festivities, which will be quaint and interesting; King County Chil dren's Day, and San Jose Days. Special preparations are being made at the exposition for Taft Day on September 30, which the officials are planning to make a gala celebra tion. It is expected that the attend ance on this day will reach the mark of 117,000 set by Seattle Day, Monday. 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 value In the treatment of burns. It allays 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. Go With a Hush. The demand for that wonderful Stomach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. Kink's New Life Pills is astounding. Tallman ft Co. say they never saw the like. Its because they never fall to cure Sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Billiousness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Malaria. Only 25c. Tallman ft Co. Fifty years ago Brazil did not con tain more than IS, 000 inhabitants. Today there are nearly 25,000,000. Would Take Entire Crop. Hood River. Ore. JoseDh Stein hardt of the firm of Steinhardt ft Kel lv of New York cltv. the onlv firm In the United States importing aDDles from foreign countries, Is in Hood Rlv er looking over the apple situation Steinhardt ft Kelly purchased the en tire Hood River apple cron last vear Mr. Steinhardt will hold a conference with the directors of the Applegrowers union and it Is said the firm will pur chase the entire apple crop of the valley this season. Why? From a small beginning the sale and use of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has extended to all parts of the united States and to many foreign countries. Why? Because it has proved especially valuable ror coughs and colds. For sale by all good deal ers. Lutherans in Session. Mineapolls, Sept. 9. Five hundred Lutherans from all parts of the Uni ted States, Canada and Mexico are here today for the general council of Evangelical Lutheran Churches of North America. Good for Biliousness. "I took two of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets last night and I feel 60 per cent better than I have for weeks, says J. J. Firestone of Allegan, Mich. "They are certain ly a fine article for biliousness." For sale by all good dealers. "Merit and good breeding will make their way everywhere." Lord Chesterfield. TO OUR PATRONS. In declaring to the people of PEN DLETON that we have in our MILLINERY department the CORRECT STYLES for FALL OF NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINE We assume a great responsibility we know, but we do so willingly because we know that our STYLES ARE RIGHT. We know and we want you to know that we DO KNOW that that they are fash ion's latest decree. They are what will be worn this fall in New York, in Chicago, in San Francisco and in Portland and Seattle. The co-operation of our patrons and their loyalty to us has made this possible. In placing our mark high and aiming at it we shall always welcome the hearty assistance, co-operation and suggestions of our patrons. Pendleton is known and always spoken of as the best town of its size in the whole country and her people the best dressed. The People's Warehouse can be de pended on to do its share in contin uing these conditions. Mo st cordially, THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE . Polk county yesterday evening with the dead body of their 13-year-old son Vivian, who was drowned while bathing in the Willamette river near Huena Vista Sunday afternoon. The family went to that locality some time last week to pick hops. The mother and an older brother cam., near drowning while trying to rescue Vivian. Mrs. Galloway clung t a chunk of wood thrown to her I ami managed to keep afloat until help iirnvea. An older son was killed In I isiern Oregon a few years ago by the accidental discharge of a gun. Buy Your Meat OF THE EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Main is. Always fresh and wholesome. Delivered promptly. Fresh fish daily, steaks, chops, roasts, sausage, hams, bacon and lard. STUDENTS GATHER AT CHENEY, More Than 100 Registered at State Normal, Which Opens Today. Cheney, Wash., Sept. 9. Although the normal proper does not reopen till today, already 100 students have enrolled and several members of the faculty are kept busy attending to the wants of these early comers. Th majority of the students en rolling now are new to the institution as the old students will wait till Thursday. A large number of these students are registering In the high school course, since they realize the advantages In completing their high school work at Cheney In either get ting a secondary certificate to teach or being admitted to the other high er state institutions without examina tion. The model school opened this morn ing, under the general supervision of Professor Merrlam, with a large at tendance for the first day. In for mer years this school has opened a week later than the normal and for this reason many pupils are delayed in entering Miss Nellie Barton, su pervisor of the primary department, who has spent the summer In Eng land, is expected home this evening. Much interest Is manifest n the city election Friday. This is caused primarily over the question of Issu ing bonds to extend and Improve the water system. It is of the utmost ne cessity to the growth of the town that these bonds carry, as otherwise it will greatly cripple the water supply, not only for private use but also in the case of the state normal. THE GRAND THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week Wayne, the Sulton of Mystery assisted by M'lle Adele 6c Co. All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. IIAIiF MILLION BUSHEL CROP. Only One-Fiftieth of Wheat Yield Has Been Delivered at Heard aa. Reardan, Wash., Sept. . The wheat crop to be delivered at this place Is estimated, on good author ity, at 500,000 bushels. All the cut ting will be finished this week, and the threshing is being rushed. Only 1600 bushels were delivered today, and up to date about 10,000 bushels have been delivered here. Little hauling will be done until all the threshing Is finished. The weather has been good this year and the crop Is being put up in excellent condi tion. Orpheum Theatre Pendleton's Favorite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Show. Program Changed Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Drowned in Willamette. Tllllshoro. Ore. Mr nnH Mn a T Galloway of this place returned from Special Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Admission to All Matinees 5c and 10c. Evenings lOcand 15c Children Under 12 Free JEvery Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr.