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DAILY EA8T ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, OCTORER 7, 11)09. PAGE FIVE. Men's and Boys Suits, Over coats, Shoes, Hats, Under wear and every article on the men's side of the house Now being Closed Out. Don't Forget Every thing must go before Jan. 1 st Price no object. F. . Livengood & Co. i II STDCK MLB BEATERS CAPTUtE MANY PRIZES AT A. Y. P. EXHIBIT RtirgrH of ( ii lining ha in Sheep Coin puiiy Purchases Valuable Anliiiuls Dairy Cattle IJetrt Ever i:lniiiKil in I'. S. Minor of Hvpimer, Won l4irge NiiiiiImt of I'ii'-t Premiums. LOCALS Pastime picture please all. Kr. sh oysttTB at Hohbach's bakery Rock Spring cohI, Henry Koplttke Furnished room, 30!) Kant Court. Graham has lots of new rug9 at the old price. Wanted Chambermaid or waitress Apply Hotel Pendleton, Good store or office room for rent In East Oregonlan building; on Main - reel Enquire at this office. Lost Lady's gold bar breast pin, bearing inscription "Louise." Finder return to this office for reward. For rent Nicely furnished front room. Also rooms for light house keeping. Inquire 608 Johnson St. Miss Edna Gates of Portland, will receive vocal students at 2U S Thompson street. Phone Main 140. Let the women do your work. Hays S. Finney will clean and press your yuit or dress, right. Phone Main 198. New rugs have Just arrived. See Household furniture and about Graham, his prices are down. four dozen White Leghorn chickens See Henry Koplttke for Rock : tot sale, Come quick. Phone Red Spring! coal. Phone Main 178. Wanted Girl to do general house work. Inquire 31u Lewis street. If you want good dry wood, ring up Henry Koplttke. phone Main 178. Furnished housekeeping rooms for rent, inquire 719 College street. Wanted Furnished housekeeping rooms. Address "W," care Fast Oregonlan. Will seil or lease notel doing good business. Terms icosonable. Good reasons for selling. Address Mrs. F. slu'i'H. Helix, Oregon. Wanted Kvery woman In Pendle ii to use Pendleton Cash Market's hams, bacon and lard They're the beet Phone Main 101. It- the figure and Hot the face that 'attracts attention. Demonstration and Mot" moving pictures "down than fitting of Hypatio Moyenage corset any other theatre In the city the Pastime. Nicely furnished rooms for rent, centrally located. Inquire 612 Wil low street. Carpets cleaned on the flour by the powerful Electric vacuum cleaner. V C Rader. Fresh fish Tuesdays and Fridays at Pendleton ("ash Market. Ph.me Main 101. For rent Furnished house at 111 East Rluff street. Inquire at 206 Hluff street Wanted, small furnished house, modern Improvements. Address M., this office. For sale 50 head of good milch cows. Enquire of T. J. Cheney, Pen dleton. Oregon. For rent 7-room house at 109 Stonewall Jackson street. Inquire of Kalph Howland. Automobile for sale cheap. Almo." as good as new. 18 h. p. Edgar C Jay, agent for White steamers. a; dressmaking parlors In Smith Qrawtord building Friday and Sat urday, this week. . BALLOON RECORDS SMASHED IN Hit; HACK St. Louis, Oct. 7. Two records have been shattered and a third promises to be broken in the centen nial balloop race which started from here Monday. The St. Louis third, piloted by L. Vonpuhl, won the race, landing at wasKon. Minn., six hundred miles from St. Louis. The balloon New York, piloted by Har mutia Post, went only 14 8 miles, hut claims they ascended 24,200 feet from earth, therefore entitling them to the American height record. The balloon "Centennial." with H. E. Honeywell pilot. Is reported landed at Mobile, Ala., today. His contin uous flight since Monday probably Will win him the endurance record. Head the "Want" ads today. Classic Souvenirs FOR Clin; PEOPLE IS WHAT KOEPPEN'8 WINDOWS ARE FULL OF. BETTER BEE THEM FOR TOEY ark SATISFACTION soothers, THE PRICES ARE POSSESSION IN INTERS AND THEY LOOK GOOD EITHER HERE OR THERE. OCR ALIGATOR HAND BAGS IRE DP TO THE TIMES WITH PIU CES BELOW VALUE AND BEING MADE FROM THE Oil TANNED BABY SKINS THEY ARE PLIABLE, SOFT AND DURABLE i OUR PER SONAL GUARANTEE BACKS THIS CP. . OLD MISSION ALARM CLOCKS IS A N EW ONE AND FROM THE WAY THEY VRE SELLING, DON'T SEEM WILL HAVE A CHANCE 'IX) GET OLD. WE MAY. HAVE ENOUGH FOR li BUT BETTER NOT CHANCE IT, THE PRICE IS $2.50 ND IS.OOi OUR GERM PROOF FILTERS H WE ARRIVED. Koeppen's THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES or rest. Oregon livestock breeders were at the front In the world's livestock show in Seattle, according to Dr. S. W. McClure of the federal bureau of animal Industry. They not only car ried off their share of the blue rib bons, but were among the leading purchasers of thoroughbred animals, J. N. Rurgess of the Cunningham Sheen & Land company of this coun ty, was the principal bidder and larg est purchaser at the big sheep sale. Altogether, Mr. Rurgess purchased '.i'2 head of Ramboullette rams, pay ing on an average of $90 per head. One of them, winner of the first prize at the Salem state fair and Port land livestock show, was purchased at a cost of $305. The sheep purchas ed by the local man were the best ex hibited at the fair, one of them be ing the winner at the big show jn Syracuse last year, while all of them are the pick of the flocks in Ohio, Michigan and Indiana. Dr. McClure says the sheep exhib it was magnificent, there being about 600 animals shown and all were prize winners. In the Shroushire class Charles Cleveland of Gresham and Frank Brown Of Carlton, carried off many premiums, while In the Lincoln class the Hutterfield Livestock com pany of Welter, Idaho, and C. H. Ilawb v of McCoy, Oregon, carried off all the prizes In sight. The dis play of Llncolns was the finest ever Men In America, a great number of the animals having just been brought Into this country from England. In tfce exhibit of beef cattle, W. O. Minor of Heppntr, Oregon's famous breeder Of Shorthorns, eprried off more than his share of the prizes. Though big white bull. Just im ported from England, defeated Ml- ! nor's blg red bull, which has had a clear sweep heretofore, Minor came 1 back strmg in the competition for! the younger animals, winning a great j majority of the first premiums. AoCOrdlng to Dr. McClure the show ( if dairy cattle was the greatest ever ti In the Cnlted States and in this department also were the Oregon breeder! strong. In the Jersey class. Harry West of Seappoose. Oregon, was the principal winner, while D. Looney of Jefferson, carried off a large part of the prizes offered for the Guernseys. P A. Frakes of S appOOae, divided the Holstein prices with John L. Smith of Spokane. supposed to nave led to the suicide. Ross, who was bookkeeper for the New Mexico Development company, was 63 years of nge and Is said to have been a West Point graduate and to have served many years In the army, mostly In the west. ' Receivers Discharged. New York, Oct. 6. William T. Cobb Robert T. Herrlck and George C. Wing were discharged as ancllllary receivers of the Consolidated Steam ship company today by Judge La combe In the United States circuit court. The Consolidation Steamship company was organized by Charles W. Morse. Slrlkcrs Refuse Offer. Omahu, Neb., Oct. 6. About 200 "striking street car men today decided to refuse the offer of President Wat tles of the street car company to take part of their number back at the old wage scale and employ the rest as they were needed. Practically normal service has been restored. Dies of Heart Failure. New York, Oct. 7. Wilbur F. Mem- inger, field superintendent of the Christian Missionary alliance, died suddenly of heart failure last night Just as he finished speaking at an out door meeting of the illiance. Mr. Memlnger came here recently from Portland, Ore. Parliament to .Meet. Ottawa, Ont.,' Oct. 6. The parlia ment will meet November 14. The principal business of the session will be conidt ration of Canada's tariff re lations with the United States, France and Germany. The establishment of a Canadian navy also will receive much attention. Tuft to (Jet Ixivlnc Cup. El paso. Texas, Oct. 7. The citi zens of El Paso will present Presi dents Taft and Diaz with a loving cup when they meet here on the -6th. The cups will be of solid 18 karat gold and will be duplicates. Each will bear the coat of arms of both Mexico and the Fnlted States. Pre-iileul Greet! Children. El Portal, Calif., Oct. 7. President Taft is being greeted by children on his tour through Californian cities to the Yosemite valley. At all the cities children from six to fourteen were greeted and questioned by the presi dent about the patriotic songs they sang, and about their patriotism. "Better Goode for Less Money" Exceptional Bargains for Friday and Saturday Only. Get Your Share at Wohlenberg Department Store $1 25 All-wool Cream Serge, 42 Inches wide, for Friday and Sat urday only 95c ri 50c All-wool Albatros, 36 inches wide, cream, pink, blue and cardi nal, Friday and Saturday yard $1 25 white ribbed Union Suits, ladies', medium weight, Friday and Saturday 98c eac" 25c and 35c Corset Cover Embroidery, Friday and Saturday only 18c yftr(1 $1 50 grey cotton fleeced Blankets, extra size, Friday and Sat urday 118 Palr $6.50 All-wool White Blankets, extra size, Friday and Saturday. .$4.95 31.25 steel frame Umbrellas, ladies', extra quality, Friday and Saturday 98c each 12 l-2c Dotted Swiss for curtains, 36 inches wide, Friday and Saturday c yard 25c tan Hose, women's and children's. Friday and Saturday .. 18c pair Great specials in ladles' fine Net and Silk Waists, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 waists In silk or white and ecru net waists, for Friday and Saturday only, your choice $3.15 MAKE AN EARLY CHOICE. "BETTER shoes FOR LESS MONEY.". DON'T FORGET A BRAND NEW STOCK OF THOROUGHLY DEPEND RI.E SHOES FOR WOMEN AND CHILDREN AWAITS YOU SERE AT GOODLY SWING. THE VERY BEST SHOES MADE. AND ABSOLUTELY NEWLY MADE. WHY Nor GET NEW I RI SH GOODS WHEN THEY ARE OFFERED FOR LE88? "BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY." Wohlenberg Dept. Store "BETTER GOODS FOR LESS MONEY." Phone Main 548 Free Delivery Cook Talk! in st Lontns. St. Louis, Oct. 7. Dr. Cook's lec ture on his victory of the north pole wrtft the feature of the centennial cel ebration last night. He was enthusi astically received by an audience of $000. Utter he left for Kansas City, where he lectures tonight. GREAT OPERA DREW BI T SM ILL AUDIENCE Spaniards Prepare Trocha. Melllla, Oct. 7. The first Spanish trocha In Africa will be established when the railroad between Nador and Tetuan is built with block housues every mile, containing large caliber guns. Searchlights will also old Spaniards in fighting the Moors. Pendleton sent but a small audi ence to witness the opera "Faust" last avenlng, Whether the small attend ance was due to the fact that seats sold at $2 per or because of a lack of interest In Italian opera It is Im possible to say. Yet the fact re mains that there were not many there. ., As rendered by the Internation al opera company the famous opera supplied a treat that was Immensely enjoyed by those present, especially !y the music lovers. At least the mu slv lovers avow their enjoyment and displayed their appreciation by vig orous applause at times. Certainly the splendid orchestra of 15 pieces, and the great singing of the leading characters well merited generous ap plause. Mm Cervl is Mephistocles. He has a great voice and uses it with strong effect. Mm Colombini as ! atist Is a plendld tenor; while MmeN'orelll who plays Margharita is a wonderful sing er. Hie same migni aiso oe very truthfully said of Mm Arcongeli, who the brother. Ralentlne, Mine Strauss who appears as Slebel, Mm Francona, as Wagner and .Mile y.arau as atari na. It Is n great troupe of vocalists and Faust as they present It is very high grade and strong. Rut there were not many there. Presumably if the troupe would play something in English they would draw i better house. HENRY III DSON AND CREW REINCARNATED Catsklll, N. Y., Oct. 6. Lieutenant Lam of the Royal Dutch navy, imper sonating Henry Hudson, and his crew f the Half Moon, were taken to the :p of North Mountain today and at an elevation of 2.40(1 feet unfurled the flag of the Netherlands, gave three lousing cheers and sang the Dutch national anthem, Says Action Was Hasty. Washington, D. C, Oct. 7 Char acterizing the recent action of the American Institute of Homeopathy in condemning the use of benzoate of da as a preservative as having been too hasty the trustees of the institute adopted n resolution yeserday rec ommending the institute at Its next annual meeting to reconsider the mat ter. Dr. J. H. Horner of Cleveland, Ohio, secretary of the Institute, de clared the Investigation made by some of the trustees had convinced them that benzoate of soda could not pos sibly be used ns a covering for In ferior, material. Despondent Man Suicides. New York. Oct. 6. F. H. ROSS, formerly of San Francisco, shot hlni etf late today as he sat at his desk. In the office! of the New Mexico De velopment company in the financial district. Despondency over the death of his wile. aM his own ill health. Is Katherlne is Home. New York. Oct. 7. Katherlne Elkir.s, the supposed fiancee of the Duke D'AbruzzI, arrived from Eu rope today with her mother and two brothers. She refused to say any thing in reference to the duke. AT THE PICTURE Program t Orphean Tonight 1 The following selections by the Orpheum orchestra, A. H. Johnson, leader and musical director: i Love My Wife. But O, You Kid," Armstrong and Clark. Operatic selection from the Merry wTdow, Franz Lehar. 2. Picture A Mysterious Crime. 3. Picture The Trumpeter. 4. Act Jinkins and Pierce in new song and dance. Picture Mexican Drama. 6. Picture The Wine Agent. 7. Act Ed Cuff and Jack Judge in a lively boxing contest. 8. Picture Picturesque Tennis. . . 9. Picture His First Walking Stick. 10. Song Since Arrah Wannah Married Barney Carney. Program at the Grand. Vaudeville act, Williams and Bus by, in an up to date sketch entitled, "Black and White." Motion pictures Biograph special "Oh Uncle." "Seventh Day." Pathe "Pretty Girl of Nice." Trip to Naples." Lubin comedy ' ! fortune." A fine program. Her face was her Attention, F.Iks. There will be a regular business meeting of Pendleton Lodge No. 288, R. P. 0. Elks, Thursday evening, Oc tober 7. initiation and refreshments. FANATIC IS BROKE AND Dri'ORCE SUIT PENDING Newark. His money all gone and his wife going, John Williams, of this place, is sore In body and weary In spirit. He has just returned from Massachusetts, whither he went to witness the end of the world a few days ago. Williams had been converted by the sect and fully believed that the fin ish of 'the world was in sight. His wife, who is a most practical woman, i Id him that there was no use In going to Massachusetts to see the closing chapter; he could do as well In Newark. The man insisted upon going away and took all his money with him. In Massachusetts Williams was carried away with religious fervor, and con vinced that he had no further use for his money, he turned It into the collection plate. Now he has no money, the world is still going around, and Mrs. Williams has told her lawyer to go ahead with a divorce suit. Meredith Hero Burned. , London. In Interviews that con tinue to be published on the work of George Meredith it now appears that John Morley figured as chief charac ter in a novel which Meredith wrote, entitled. "The Journalist." Clement Shorter, editor of the "Sphere." says Meredith was long in doubt whether to print the book or not, and deciding finally not to, he burned the manuscript. There is no Intimation in this re view of the light In which the author Intended that Morley sould figure, or of the motive that prompted Meredith to draw upon this source for inspiration. 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