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DAILY EAOT OKJRGOMAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 190B. PAGE PTTE. Shirt Waist Sale Friday and Saturday 200 Pretty Tailored Waists that we have heen selling regularly up to $2.r0 all fall will be on sale two days only. Your choice of the lot and as many as you want while I hey last 98c Sco comer window tonight Re on hand early Fri day morning., F. E. LIVENG000 & COMPANY Winter Ladies Home Journal Style Books Ready. Newsv Notes of Pendleton A. De Lateur, who hag conducted a garden farm on the old Daniel place a few miles down the river, has sold out and 1h moving his family to -Raymond, Washington. This la a small town In Pacific county. Dauughter Bom. To Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Carlisle of 615 Connie street, a nine pound daughter was born this morning. Mr. Carlisle is a burber In the Edmlsten shop. Two MurrlaKc License. Permits to wed were Issued today to Isaac L. Johnson of Wallowa and Miss Josie M. Geiss of this county, und to Phillip Weakus and Annie Lindsley, both of this county. BalMlng Concrete W alk. A new concrete walk Is being con structed In front of the Swartz & Creullch residence block on West Court street. The walk is being built In conformity with the rules laid in the new city ordinance. Moving lo Raymond. t Land Salesman Here. Alex McPheraon, representing the Kings Hill Extension Irrigation com pany of Glenns Ferry, Idaho, Is In the city today,. His company is now advertising the Medbury valley and he has secured James Johns to act as the local representative. LOCALS Pastime pictures pleas all. Keep your eye on Ellers! Ellers have a surprlso for you! Fresh oysters at Hohbach'g bakery. Rock Spring coal. Henry Koplttke. Furnished rooms, J09 East Court. Look for Ellers big announcement! Snyder, chimney sweep. T' l. R. 1812. Automobiles for rent at the Peu dleton Auto company. See Henry Koplttke lor Rock Springs coal. Phone Main lift. Home board and room. Mrs. M. Hoover, 201 West Court street. For Rent Modern 6-room house North Side. Inquire 421 Garfield. Wanted Five or six room furnish ed house close In. Phone Red 2146. If you want good dry wood, ring up Henry Koplttke, phone Main 178. Fresh fish Tuesdays and Fridays at Pendleton Cash Market. Phone Main 101. For rent Furnished house at 211 East Bluff street. Inquire at 206 Bluff street For Rent Six-room house, partly furnished, close In. See Averill, at East Oregonlan. For Sale Two 5 foot glass show cases and one 4 foot show case. Saw telle's Jewelry store. Wanted, at once, woman to cook on boarding car at Gibbon. Address. John Hager, Gibbon, Ore. A few desirable rooms, single or en suite. Furnace heat, bath. Centrally located. 612 Willow street. Position wanted by man and wife without children, oh ranch. See Coutts & Hays, Schmidt building. Clothes economy means paying enough and not too much; buy your clothes from the Peoples Warehouse. Wanted Every woman In Pendle ton to use Pendleton Cash Market's hams, bacon and lard. They're the best. Phone Main 101. Wool blankets reflnlshed at the Pendleton Woolen Mills. Washed, napped and rebound. Call Penland Bros.' transfer, Black 3J91. Isaac Jay has purchased the horse shoeing shop of Done & Jones and is now prepared to do first-class horse shoeing in connection with his gen eral repair work. will Hunt Geeae, M. A. Rader. Frank Earnhart and Frank Sallng, have planned a goose hunting trip which commences to morrow. They will start out In Ra der's outlnp w:igon for a tour of the country along the Columbia river, northwest of this city. They expect to be gone for three or four days Till: HEAVYWEIGHT SITUATION CONDENSED 1905 July 3, Jeffries retires In fa vor of Marvin Hart when latter beats jMck Root at Reno, Nev. 1906 February 23, Tommy Burns -alms heavyweight title after defeat in: Hart at Los Angeles. 1898 December 26. Jack Johnson as-, 'nds thy heavyweight throne by reason of his victory over Burns In Sidney, Australia. 1909 April 20, Jeffr lea announces that he will reenter the ring. July 28, Jeffries posts a $5000 forfeit with Bob Edgren of New Tork. August 2, Johnson posts 15000 with Eddie Smith of Chicago to cover Jeffries' forfeit August 5, Jeffries sails on the steamship George Washlnton for Europe. September 9, Jack John son "whips Al Kaufman at Colma in 10 rounds. October 16, Jack John son knocks out Stanley Ketchel at Colma In 12 rounds. October 22, Jim Jeffries arrives In New York from his European trip and announces that he is ready to sign the final articles for a fight with Johnson. October 28, Johnson arrives in New York to meet Jeffries. October 29, Johnson and Jeffries sign articles to battle for the heavyweight championship of the world. Portland Journal. Golden Rule to Change Band H. C. Branstetter, who has con ducted the Golden Rule hotel on East Court street in this city for several months, announced today that the in sltution was to change hands. He said he was not at liberty, however, to announce the names of the new proprietors Currant Liters tore Club, The Current Literature Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. Alexander on Water street. Clarke Walter, formerly county commissioner In this county, but at , sent, a resident of Walla Walla, i in the city today to look after busl in ss in connection with his extensive property interests in Umatilla county. What are Ellers going to do? Program at Orplieum Tonight. 1 March Stung, Theorn C. Ben nett. 2. Selection from Flotow's opera, Martha. Theo Moses, Tobanl. 3. Picture The Sheriffs Girl. 4. Picture French Recruit. 5. Picture The Wand Has Lost Its Magic. fi. Act Bob, the mind reading dog. In a complete change of pro gram. 7. Picture Private Brown. 8. Song Good Bye, Dolly Gray. I'orvl.T Will Hllilil. Robert Forster, proprietor of the Pendleton planing mill, is now pre- paring to erect a modern residence on his property on Lewis street, Just I west of the William Temple home. ; Architect T. F. Howard Is now draft Ing plans for the structure, which will be a story and a half house. I midim in nil nnrtirtllnrs : I Igtd Couple Want Divorce. v suit for dlvorcr was filed in the ( Ircult court today by P. M. Van Slyke ! I against Lena L. Van Slyke. The par- ... thiw iit iv. .r itinrrieti . . d Yt .irs ago last March, In Cherokee county. Kansas and have six children. These range In age from 14 to 35 years. Dc--c rtion is alleged as grounds for legal separation. Hold Court in Heppner. Circuit Judge H. J. Bean and Court Reporter J. S. Beckwlth, left this morning for Heppner, where they will convene the fall term of the circuit court for Morrow county. The grand Jury will be drawn this week and i equity cases will also be heard. The Jury term will begin Monday, when District Attorney Phelps will be pres ent. A short term Is expected. Look for Ellers big announcement. RUBBER GLOVES 55c A PAIR HAND BAGS $2.50 EACH Wilcox for Councilman. A petition for the nomination of R. H. Wilcox for councilman from the third ward to succeed Council man Ell has been circulated and is now ready for filing. If not already filed. Owing to his TTeavy business Interests and the fact that he Is a good worker for the community, Mr. Wilcox's candidate is generally fa vored and his election is predicted. "Better Goods For Less Money" EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS! Friday and Saturday Only Fresh, New Merchandise of Superior Quality At A Big Reduction, At Wohlenberg's Dept. Store .The Best 1 5c Kimona Flannel Fri. and Sat. at The Best $5.00 Wool Blanket Fri. and Sat. at The Best 1 5c Berkely Cambric Fri. and Sat. at Best $6.50 White Wool Blankets Fri. and Sat. . Best 12 I -2c Dark Colored Percales 36 in Fri. Best $ 1 .00 Kabo Corsets Fri. and Sat. at Best 1 0c Bleached Muslin Fri. and Sat. at -Best $ 1 .00 Hemmed Sheets Fri. Sat. at Best $1.25 Hemmed Bed Spred Fri. Sat. at -Best $1.25 Kid Gloves Perrin's Fri. and Sat. at - 11c yd. - $3.85 pr - 10c yd. $4.65 pr. Sat. 9c yd - - 79c - 8c yd. - 79c pr. - 90c pr. . 95c pr. EXTRA SPECIAL IN LADIES' TAILORED SUITS The best $20 Suits in black and navy serges I A CjA or fancy worsteds, nearly all sizes, Fri. and Sat. I iUU EXTRA VALUES IN NEW SHOES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY The Best l.5o Old Women's Comfort Shoes Fri. and Sat. at The Best $1.50 Juliet for Friday and Saturday The Best $2.50 Boys Shoes Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 Fri. and Sat. The Best $2.25 Youths Shoes Sizes 1 3 1-2 to 2, Fri. and Sat. The Best 3.50 Women's Shoes, all sizes, button and lace $1.18 pr. '1.18 pr. $2.05 pr. 1.95 pr. 2.95 pr Wohlenberg Dept. Store "Better Goods For Less Money" ANDREA YILLEHEAL BELIEVES SISTER IS LIBERATED SEE WINDOW Koeppen's THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BUT. Heppner Woman Mourned. Mrs. Tames Hager. who died at Heppner yesterday from cancer of the liver, was quite well known In this county, as well as In Morrow. She was the daughter of Mrs. M. J Holdman of Aflams. Mrs. D. J. Mc Faul of this city Is a sister, while an other sister Is Mrs. Bowling of Ad ams. Both these ladles have left for Heppner to attend the funeral, which occurs tomorrow. William Holdman of Adams, and Ora, Frank and Wade Holdman, all of St. Johns, are broth ers Mrs. Lee Drake of this city Is a niece. ;aynor shows rivals he fsed fair means New York, Nov. 4. William J. flaynor, mayor-elect, lenient In his victory, sifted his papers yesterday and sent to his late opponents, Ban nard and Hearst, two fat envelopes of printed Invective, charges and sug gestions matter that was sent to !;iyntr for use during the campaign. To William W. Ivens, the republican who attacked him so bitterly, he sent a similar batch of material. WATCHMAN MEETS DEATH I FACTORY FIRE Petaluma, Calif. Nov. 4. Watch man Memory was burned to death to day In a fire which destroyed the of fice and warehouse of the Petaluma Incubator company. Hundreds of Incubators were destroyed and sever al carloads of feed, together with the company's records The loss is 9200,-000. El Paso, Nov. 4. Senorita Andrea Villereal, sister of Teresa, who was j thrown into prison at Torreon today declared her belief In the report that her kinsman is released. The news of the release was conveyed In a let ter mailed at Monterey and announc ed the arrival of Teresa and her father safely. According to the let ter she was well treated in prison and the recipient of profuse apologies when released. Officers believed they had faptured Andrea, who has been active in behalf of Mexican lib erals. Teresa was released imme diately after the mistake was learned. generation to be exploited, and they are still vigorous. "The women in New York have suf fered trade exploitation for too many generations, and their vitality has been sapped. I don't think the west ern girls will come to that. There is more good native American blood out there and they are fighting for their own protection. Although this is only the first generation of girls at factory work, they are better organized than in the east. NO "RACE SUICIDE" HERE. WICKERSHAM WILL PROBABLY SFCCEED PECKIIAM Washington, Nov 4. It is persist ently rumored that George W. Wlck ersham, attorney general, will be ap pointed associate Justice to succeed the late Rufus Peckham. It is un known whether Wlckersham will ac cept If it is offered him. WESTERN GIRLS STRONGER THAN EASTERN SISTERS Watch Ellers Piano House! New York. Mrs. Raymond Robins, president of the Woman's National Trade League, with headquarters In Chicago, who has heen here in con nection with the reception of Mrs. I'ankhurst. the English suffragette, declares that western factory girls are physically superior to those of the east. "My investigation since coming here shows all the western girls are much stronger than thoso employed In New York factories," said Mrs. Bobbins. "The. Chicago girls have woree work ing conditions, but this Is the first On Woman Has 23 Children, An other 25. London. That "race suicide" is not prevalent among certain portions of the British population is proven by two cases recently cited In the press. Mrs. Bulpin, wife of James Bulpin. of Frlezehlll. Taunton, a packer on the Great Western railway, has just given birth to her twenty-third child. Mrs. Bulpin was married when she was eighteen and she has been married twenty-five years. During the hearing of a mainten ance case at Nottingham, the defend ant, a man named Walter Kelly, stat ed that he had been married thlrty thnv years, and that his wife had borne him twenty-five children. Kelly Is a miner and was sued for 25 maintenance arrears, but the woman failed to prove her contention and the cose was dismissed. SAYS CANNIBALS ARE PERFECT GENTLEMEN says that they never had the least difficulty with the natives who form ed their expedition, although eigteen of their twenty-five porters were can nibals. Of these Mr. Hilton-Simpson says that they are some of the best natives he has ever met mild, oblig ing, honest and industrious. JAP LOSES BEARD. London. In the popular eye, can- nlbals do not rate very high In the mom scale, but according to W. Htl-1 ton-Simpson, who has Just returned from the Congo, they are greatly under-rated. Speaking for his party, he I Through Lack of Nnowledge of Eng lish, Has Whiskers Chopped off. Washington. Lack of complete mastery of the English language was responsible for the loss of a carefully cultivated beard that graced the chin of S. Zumoto, editor of the JaDanese Times, of Toklo, and a member of the Commercial Commission now touring this country. Mr. Zumoto visited the barber shon recently in the hotel here In which he Is a guest. "I would like to be shaved." he said In halting English. "Not altogether, out conservatively. ' He caressed his Vandyke lovlnelv as he spoke. The barber, a taciturn workman, said nothing, but tucked the towels and aprons and other articles of his trade in and around the Japa nese editor s neck. Then he began. Americans In the shoo were start led when they suddenly listened to a fluent flow of what probably was strong language In Japanese. The barber had encroached on the Jaoa- nese imperial, with the result that half of it fell beneath his keen blade before the customer could orotest. It was necessary then to cut It all off. Members of the Japanese party en Joyeri the situation. Mr. Zumoto de clined to see it In a humorous light. And now Cook is signing affidavits. But the controversy is enough to make a man swear.