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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, OCTORF.R ft. 19(19 EKiHT PA3E8. 1 1x1? ' N.I Two Full Seasons of Satisfactory Wear When we sew the Wooltex label into a Coat, Suit, Skirt, or Dress, it is our solemn promise that that garment will give you two full seasons of satisfactory wear. There is no question, no room for doubt. The guar antee is universal absolute. We limit ourselves to making the kind of garments that can be guaranteed. And we guarantee every garment we make. woolCe T T fcJASHION FAULTLESS i i i Coats Suits Skirts Dresses For Well Dressed Women The Wooltex mark, shown above, is your assurance of more than wear alone. It is your assurance also, that you are getting the latest, the best, the utmost in style. We go further and do more than any other maker of women's garments to make Wooltex supreme in style. I We spend, annually, $50,000 in maintaining a manent style organization. At the head of the organization is the famous Madame Savarie, of Paris. Four times each year Madame Savarie comes to the Wooltex factory with trunk after trunk cf imported models. per- 11 I i ! I I ! It 1 ruui iiujvs vji-u cu but: cunicis nuu uu mnin h desisjners and evolves the Wooltex styles. Wooltex styles are not Pans styles although Paris is the style center of the w orld. Wherever vou po in a Wooltex parnient jrou may be confident that the style is ritfht. It is right at home. It is What Madame Savarie brings from Paris is modified, improved. 8 refined to meet the dictates of American good taste. Wooltex styles are distinctive American styles. I WOOLTEX Coats WOOLTEX Suits WOOLTEX Skirts WOOLTEX Dresses -$15.00 to $45.00 $25.00 to $55.00 -$ 5.00 to $15.00 $15.00 to $35.00 The H. Black Company PARIS Makers CLEVELAND For sale by THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE Save Your Coupons Where it Pays ft Trade right abroad. It has the charm of newness always; but it i.; exaggerated, T1 ... C .1 T 1 X ue sureioiooK lor tne wooltex label your guarantee of service your guarantee of style; your guar- ante? of extra value without extra i 88 as . . 1 I I i GLIMPSE OF LIFE IN OLD VIRGINIA N. Berkeley Says Native State Is Not Intolerable. Norfolk, Va., Oct. 3, 1909. Editor East Oreginian: The geographical relation of this city to Richmond Is similar to that of Portland to Astoria the difference in commercial Importance Is not so marked, however, as the city of New port News has shared with Norfolk the wonderful era of prosperity which has been enjoyed by this section for a number of years, and not even the blight of the Jamestown celebration fiasco could check the growth of this city of peanuts, oysters and sallormen. While Richmond offers to the travel er many objects of interest, including Washington's headquarters, St. John's churrh. where Patrick Henry deliv ered his famous "liberty or death" speech and Justice Johns police court where I heard his honor remark to a forlorn looking old colored man, "get out of here, quick you old ras cal, I alnt laying for you, I'm laying for these here new niggers," his Idea being, I think, that the colored man who has had the advantage of education should receive no greater consideration than his white fellow citizen. No visitor to Richmond has seen the whole show who has failed to attend a Monday morning session of the Hon. John's court. Appropos, of the abOT. B grandson of one of Vir ginia's nvst celebrated governors told me the following story some days 1 ago: A certain Virginia judge de-' siring to show consideration for the colored voters of his county, had im panneled a jury of colored men to try ' one of their race who was accused of j having stolen a hog. As no evidence j to warrant a conviction was Introduc ed the Judge instructed the Jury to bring in a verdict of acquittal. To his surprise, the Jury, after short de liberation returned a verdict of guilty, I Upon being taken to task for having disregarded the instructions of the court the foreman made reply: "But Jcdge, your Honor, we done got evi dence what alnt been before dls court. We done help dat nigger eat dat hog." No section of our country improves so with acquaintance as does Virgin ia In fact since the lethargy of a de cade has been cast off It would not be an intolerable abiding place for even an Oregonian. This is liable to be a most prolific field for our seeker after an increased population for the great northwest In fact I am doing a bit of missionary work myself, and I feel it probable that in a few years there can be made to grow a half dozen Easterners where now only grows one Oregonian. I am going out to see the cannon ball shot into the gable of an old brick church near here by the British in seventeen hundred and uinpty urnp ask some of the school children when Dunsmore was doing business around Norfolk As this city Is dry no high-ball available except one mentioned. NORBOURNE BERKELEY. NEC. ROES WANT TO EAT WITH TAFT It's a Top Notch Doer. Great deeds compel regard. The world crowns its doers. That's why the American people have crowned Dr. King's New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies. Every atom is a health force. It kills germs and colds and la grippe vanish. It heals cough-raked membranes and coughing stops. Sore, Inflamed bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease. Dr. Geo. More, Black Jack, N. C, writes "It cured me of lung trouble, pronounced hopeless by all doctors." 60c, $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by Tallman 4 Co. Pasadena, Cal., Oct. 11. Whether there shall be representatives of the negro race at the Taft banquet here tomorrow Is a question the president or some member of his party for him will be called upon to decide to morrow. A committee representing the Afro-American League, which wields some Influence In this section, called today upon the 25 prominent citizens who have charge of the ar rangements for entertaining the pres ident, and demanded that the negroes be given places at the banquet. Im mediately the 25 found themselves In a delicate position. E. T. Off, chairman of the general arrangements committee, said that the demand had been referred to the executive committee which will meet tomorrow and decide, after first as certaining what Mr. Taft thinks about It. This was not the only trouble the committee confronted today. It was learned that two banquet tickets had been issued to a man who proclaimed that he "had received a message from Almighty God to sit with Taft and teach him how to run the govern ment." The man was George Sandiman, well known resident, who Is said to be a victim of recurrent Insanity. The two tickets sold to sandiman were revoked. new commander FOR THE IDAHO Washington. With the departure of the naval vessels from the Hudson Fulton celebration at New York comes the announcement of various changes In the detail of officers at tached to the ships. Most of them, however, are among the subordinates, the principal ex ceptlon being that of Captain J. M. Helm, who is detached from the Ida ho and goes to Boston as captain of the navy yard there. Captain H. O. Dunn, who is de tached from duty at the navy yard, New York, becomes commander of the Idaho. Frightful Fata A retted, "I would have been a cripple for life, from a terrible cut on my knee cap," writes Frank Disberry, Kelll her, Minn., "without Bucklen's Ar nica Salve, whl' h soon cured me." In fallible for wounds, cuts and bruises, It Boon cures Burns, Scalds, Old Sores, Skin Eruptions. World's best for Piles. 25c at Tallman & Co.'n. New Cohan Comedy. New York, Oct. 11. "The Man Who Owns Broadway" will arrive at the New York theater today to begin his season on his own street. The production Is a musical version of George M. Cohan's "Popularity" There Is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put to gether, and until the last few years was hiiiiipohoiI to be Incurable, tor a Kroat many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and proscribed local remedies, and by con stantly falling to cure with local treat ment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional dls ease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. Is the only constitutional cure on the mar ket. It Is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teasiioonful. It acts direct ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any ense It rails to cure. Bend for clr i Minis and testimonials. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family I'llls for constlpa tlon. I anions Musicians Hooked. Portland, Me., Oct. 11. Geraldlnc Farrar, MnW Langendorff, Mme, Jo- melll, Relnald Warrenrath and other world-famous musicians have been engaged for the Maine Musical Fes tival at the Auditorium during the next three days. BILLY BOY ROAMS THE DESERT AGAIN I'll IK MriWERF.lt escapes FROM POSSE'S CIRCLE Worn Out By Fatigue, Hunger and Thirst, Shcrlfr and Posse Return From VantagTj Ground iniiinn Taunt Them From Behind Barricade San Bernardino, Cal., Oct. 9. Billy Boy. the Piute Indian who murdered aged Mike Boniface and his daugh ter. Mary Nita, Is again at large In the wastes of the Colorado desert, and the task "f running hlin to earth must be recommenced. After yesterday's desperate skirmish with the murderer in which Deputy Sheriff Charles Rit chie was wounded seriously, Sheriff Ralphs' posse deployed about the min iature stone fortress in which Billy Boy had established himself. After keeping their vigil through out the night and until noon today, the men were compelled to save their wn lives to return to their base of supplies, 25 miles to the south. The men had been without food or wnter for more than is hours, and several f their number were in a precarious condition. They believe the Indian made good his chance for escape, and will head for the Ohemeuvls Indian reservation in southern Nevada. DeveUah Cruelty DUplayed. Sheriff Ralphs, who arrived here to- lay with his Jaded deputies. Is con fident that the Indian will be unable to penetrate the rugged San Barnar- dlno mountain range and will be com pelled to wander from water hole to water hole until another posse can return and take up his trail. Date today Dr. W. H- Mills per formed an operation upon Deputy Ritchie at the Marlborough hospital. He stated later that the murderer's bullet had bored through the left hip bone and Imbedded Itself in the base iff the spine. Several splinters of the lower vertebra were removed during the operation. Mills gave It as his op inion that Ritchie would recover, but might be a lifelong cripple. Ritchie, according to Dr. Mills, lay i;i the burning desert for six hours af ter he was felled by the Indian's bul let. His body lay In an exposed spot, and when Jack Hyde, an Indian trail er, attempted to remove it. Billy drill ed his hat with n Winchester bullet and sent him flying for safety. Taunt- From Behind Barricade. During the long hours while the cor don of officers encircled the fugitive's lair, Billy continuously mouthed taunts and Insults and dared the deputies to show their head from above the rocks where they lay. The officers do not expect to capture him alive and anticipate a desperate fight when they return to the chase. The hunt for the murderer began when he shot and killed Mike Boniface as he lay asleep beneath a tree at Banning on the evening of September 27. After abducting Mike's H-year-old daughter, for whose hand he was a rejected suitor, he made for the desert. Three days later the little girl's dead body was found in the sands, two bul let wounds In her back telling her terrible story. If you could visit the factory in which Ivory Soap is made; If you could examine the materials which enter into its manufac ture; You would know, as its makers know, that Ivory Soap is the purest soap that money will buy ; and you would use it in preference to any and all other kinds. Ivory Soap 99 Per Cent. Pure. 81 Your Plumbing Examined Free Let us look over your plumb ing, It will cost you nothing, yet n small change made now may save you money niul trouble when (lie cold urn (her urrlves. Phone us and a competent man will call at your convenience. We are exclusive and are here to stay. plumbers Beddow& Miller Court and Garden Sts. Phone Black 3556- 0e Have You De fective Vision? There are some defects of vis Ion which nre hard to detect except by a scientific examina tion, and If not corrected in time may run on Into something serious Indeed. For TOUR OWN satisfaction let OCR eye sight specialist exnmlne them. Wm E. Hanscom. Jewler. O. M. REACOCK. Byeeigni Specialist, J SATURDAY'S FOOTBALL SCORES. Mnst-r HorseshooTH Assemble. Davenport, la., Oct. 11, Master horseshoers of the country nre assem bling In this city today for Ihe annual convention of their national association. Let the women do your work. Hays & Finney will clean and press your suit or dress, right. Phone Main 198. Western Football Results. At Eugene U. of O. Alumni I, U. of O. freshman 26; Lincoln High B. At Corvallls O. A. C. 0, Alumni 0. At St. Louis Washington univer sity , Shurtleff college 6. At Des Moines Drake 12, Alumni At Columbus Ohio State univer sity 74, Wooster 0, At St. Louis Drury college 6, St. Louis university 0. At Lafayattt Northwestern 9, Pur due 0. At Minneapolis Minnesota 18, Ames 0. At Ann Arbor Michigan 3, Case 0. At Champaign Illinois 2, Ken tucky 6. At Lincoln Nebraska 34, Knox 0. At Columbia, Mo. Missouri 3, Manhattan 0. At Milwaukee Marquette 17, Mon mouth 0. Faslcrn Pootlmll Results. At Syracuse Syracuse 17, Roches ter 0. At Princeton Princeton 3, Ford ham 0. At Annapolis Navy 12; Rutgers 3. At Cambridge Harvard 8, Wil liams 6. At Ithaca Cornell 16, Oberlln . At Hanover Dartmouth 15, Bow doin 0.. At Providence Brown lft, Amherst . At West Point Army 17, Trinity 6. At Philadelphia Pennsylvania 12, West Virginia 0, At Wllkesbarre Carlisle 8. Penn sylcania State 8. At New Haven Tale 36, Springfield 6. At Chicago Indiana 0, Chicago 21, KING OF DUDES TAKES LEAVE OF EARTH New York. Tomaesltn Luis Do Onntlvra, known here as "the king of dudes," is dead at Paris. He was i globe trotter and a heart breaker. Ht came from a wealthy Cuban fam ily and was a Harvard graduate. His first wife was Louise Cooley, who was related to Mrs. Roosevelt. Ho di vorced her. His second wife was Mrs. Hastings Jerome, daughter of Judge Hastings of California He met her at Cairo, Egypt. His Inst wife was Mrs. Grace Underhlll of Tcxns. Me met her at Venice, Ihe Quelle Cos. La Fountain, Prop, Beat 25 cent meals In the North west. First-class Cooks and Service. Shell-fish in Season. La Fountalne Block, Main St. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. PN0ET0UR OBDEHS-tOUeEI THEMRI6KT Dr. Rest Returned. Dr Rest wishes to announce that ho has returned from his summer va cation and resumed his practice. Of fice In American National bank build ing. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW. Wlint i Reop of Hnpplne it Would nng io remiieton Home. Hard to do house work tHh am aching bock. Brings your hours of mlserv nt urn or at work. If women only knew the cause that Backache pains come frm i..i. kidneys. 'Twould save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney PM1H cure sick kid neys, Many residents Of thlM vtnlnltv an. ij vn- dorso them. Mrs. Oertrude Hid. T street, La Grando, Ore., says: "I do not hesi tate to recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for they proved of great value to me. For some time 1 was annoyed by attacks of backaches and any any heavy lifting caused the pains to become Intense. I had heard so much about Doan's Kldnoy P11IB that I pro cured a box and bogan their use. They proved to bo Just tho remedy I required and absolutely rid me of the trouble and improved my general health." For sale by all doal ers. PHca nn cents. FostorMllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name rvonn' an take no other.