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DAILY EAST ORH oi w. pkmh.KTON. )RK(.fiv I'ltlMW NOVKMBER 12, I'M. 'I TKS PAJJKH BBk Ml Wk t ik J B I Coffee The aroma-tight can protects it against impurities and deteri orationnever sold in bulk. Vour grocer will grind it better if ground at home not too fine. i thowered attentions and money on Otott women. Alloc Thaw and Earl of Yarmouth, divorced; departed her after extort ing all the money possible Consuelo Vander!ilt and Puke of Marlborough, separated, husband 111- treated her end was extravagant. Clara Ward and Prince Chlmy, di vorced; neglected and Ill-treated her. Mary Wheeler and Count Pnpen helm, divorced: refused to admit her as a social equal. Martha Williamson and Count Du- J 'olstailt, dlvorcid; treated her as a ! servant. Consuelo Yzanga and Duke of Man- oheater, husband prefered a variety performer. This list s by no means complete, j but, except in rare instances, the j ;Uury of all American women who have married European "gentlemen" of title Is var much the same. The lesaon is that except in rare In stanceshonorable and decent Euro peans prefer to marry in their own aoolal circles, and it is only the rounders and degenerates who, as a I rule, attempt to barter their titles for ! gold, with an American wife as an incident. BRIEF SURVEY OFI NOBLE MESALLIANCES METEORIC SHOWERS TONIGHT. TITLE HUNTERS PAY DEARLY FOR HUSBANDS Marriage of Miss Suzanne Herring to Marquis de Charette Gives Rise to Retrospect ive Review of Such Al liances Nearly All Have Ended Unhappily. The marriage of Marquis Antoine de Charette of France and Miss Su zanne Herring, the Kentucky belle, adds one more to the alliances of European nobility and American wealth. It calls to mind many simi lar unions, and looking backward at these other international marriages it would appear that new Marchioness's chances for future happiness are very few. The roster of American brides of European husbands is u large one, and misery and unhappiness is writ ten large after each name. Here is part of the discouraging list: Ruth Amory and Baron Roquefort, divorced: noble husband threatened her life with a butcher's knife. Florence Audenroid and Count Forest-Divonne; beaten and ill-treated by her husband. Elizabeth Carey and Baron de Stuers. divorced: wife was prisoner in castle for some time. , Estelle Chapin and Count Villars, divorced; the count lost all interest In his wife after securing a liberal hare of her $1,000,000. Bessie Curtis and Marquis de Tal-leyrand-Perigord, divorced; husband was chronic gambler. May Cuyler and Sir Philip Eger ton, divorced; husband was Inconstant. Justine Dixon and Sir Spencer Headley, divorced; husband had de lirium tremens and became lneane from drink. Florence Druillard and Count de Pourtales, divorced; was ill-treated in public. Caroline Fitzgerald and County Laroche-Guyon, (divorced: husband associated with dissolute women. Relna Furst and Count Penaloza, divorced; driven Into the street at night. Anna Gould and Count de Castel lane, divorced; husband preferred other women, and spent her money on them; now married to Prince de Sagan, with another divroce In pros pect. Ella Haggin and Count de Tolna, divorced; husband tried to feed her to cannibals. Alice Heine and Prince of Monaco, divorced; eubjected to indignities. ' Eva Mackay and Prince Colonna, divorced; husband associated with other women. Helen Morton and Duke Valensay, annulled; grossly insulted and Ill treated. Eleanor Patterson and Count Gzlckyi, deserted her and extorted money, Anna Robinson and Earl Rosslyn, divorced; husband lost her money on races. Adele .Sampson and Duke de Dino, divorced; spent all her money. Marie Satterfield and Count Lar Isch, divorced: squandered her mon ey and deserted her. Sarah Stokes and Baron Balkett: divorced; used her as a football and Heavens Scheduled to Celebrate with Fireworks. Washington, Nov. 11. Prepare for the fireworks. All over the country the stars will begin falling tonight, and the display will continue on to morrow and Sunday nights. Astron omers state that the coming meteoric display will hardly be up to standard. As a matter of fact, the earth cuts their orbit at perhaps its most sparse ly studded spot This shower has a period roughly corresponding to the generations of human life, roughly computed as three to the century. The last great display was due In 1S99, but it was a disappointment when compared with former mani festations of this periodic maximum. This year the earth crosses the or bit of this belt of minuscule members of the solar system at a point ten years away from the maximum dens ity, about a third of the circuit of that orbit. The prospects, therefore, are that the display will not aproach anyhing like the brilliance that from time to time has been observed. On the other hand the exhibition, chief ly In the early morning hours of Sun day, should far exceed the count of I the wandering stars which blaze for a moment almost every night, silent flights of cold Incandescence. The penultimate display was a great show in the sk.es. It was spread over three years, the peak of its magnificence in 1S66, a heavy fall In 1867 and what might be called a smart shower even in 1868. But the 1833 rain of the heavens was most astounding. The eastern seaboard was most advantgeously sit uated for observation on the night of November 12-14. The stars fell as fast and thick as flakes of snow on a winter day. Prof. Olmsted reckoned that 240,000 gleaming trains were visible In the course of nine hours To the ignorant it presaged the crack of doom, the beginning of the roll Ing up of the heavens like a scroll. TRUTH ABOUT CATARRH. (' " Sensible Methods Will Cure It Tall man ft Co. Guarantee Hyomei (o Cure Catarrh. I Catarrh can never be cured by tak ing medicines Into the stomach nor by sprays, atomizers or douches Intelligent phJVIcians have long ago discarded such ideas and not one of them would be worth consideration were It not for the fact that un scrupulous persons prey up on the ignorance Of the people In regard to new discoveries. Catarrh Is caused by germs and Just a long as these germs thrive in th folds, crevices, nooks and corners of the mucous membrane that line the nose, throat and chest, Just so long will you have catarrh. There Is only one way to cure ca tarrh, and that Is to k'.ll the germs. There is only one remedy that will kill the germs when It gets where the germs are, and tha' Is Hvomel. Hyomei Is made chiefly from Aus tralian Eucalyptus and Eucalyptol combined with other germ killing an tiseptics Just breathe it in through the hard rubber Inhaler that comes with each outfit and relief is Imme diate Used regularly for a few weeks Hyomei (pronounced Hlgh-o-me) will eure chronic catarrh. Com plete outfit $1 00 at Tallman & Co.'s and leading druggists everywhere. A Hair' Breadth Escape. Do you know that every time you have a cough or cold and let it run on, thinking It will just cure Itself you are inviting pneumonia, consump tion or some other pulmonary trou ble? Don't risk it. Put your lungs back in perfect health and stop that cough with Ballard's Horehound Syrup. Price 25c, 60 and $1.00 per bottle. A. C. Koeppen & Bros. YALE MEETS WITH PRINCETON TOMORROW New Haven, Conn., Nov. 12. It Is evident that the recent tragedy at West Point will have no effect on the attendance or enthusiasm at the Yale-Princeton game here tomorrow. With good football weather, It is en tirely likely that one of the biggest crowds In New Haven's history will be on hand to root for the Ells and the Tigers. The anticipated attend ance is 32,000. The Yale men pre serve an air of supreme confidence, and entertain the theory that the Princeton Tiger will be humbled much more effectively than the Tam many Tiger In the recent election In New York. An attempt has been made to se cure the attendance of President Taft at tomorrow's game. The president is in Connecticut today, attending the Inauguration of President Shank lin at Wesleyan University. When the president was at Yale he mani fested little Interest In football, row ing being at that time the classier sport. His son. Robert, who is now a Yale senior, is not a football fan, and rarely appears at the games as a spectator. He is more interested in acquiring an education and maintain ing a place In Yale society than in sport, and is president In several Yale societies, , ... . CALIFORNIA AND STANFORD TOMORROW San Francisco, Nov. 12. What Is expected to be one of the best exhi- i bltlons of the Rugby game ver wit nessed in California is scheduled for tomorrow between the university or California and Leland Stanford Unl vf.rltv The rivalrv between these institutions is always "somethinc I fierce," ajnl both teams have made every effort to get Into good condl- , 'ion for the tussle. J. well Ileal Estate and Insurance. M. Bentley nnd Dourrlas Llffin? have formed a co-partnership, ivlth offices at 815 Main street. They will conduct a reliable and up-to-date Insurance, Real Estate and Rental agency. Call and see them. Phone Main 404. Hay and Pasture for Sale. On Pine creek. Harney county. Timothy hay and fine, green pasture. Good shelter and open water. Eleva tion, 3600 feet. Hayes ft Van Deweer, Van, Oregon. What are Ellen going to do? rj The Swine or the Flower? Oh me! I saw a huge and loathsome sty, Wherein a drove of wallowing swine were barred, Whose banquet shocked the nostril and the eye; Then spoke a voice, "Behold the source of LARDI" I fled, and saw a field that seemed at first One glistening mass of roses pure and white, With dewy buds 'mid dark green foliage nursed; And as I lingered o'er the lovely sight, The summer breeze that cooled that Southern scene, Whispered, "Behold the source of COTTOLENEI" "Nature's Gift from the Sunny South" COTTOLENE is a pure and wholesome frying and shortening medium, made from refined cottonseed oil. There is not an ounce of hoi; fat in it to make food unwholesome, greasy and indigestible. As evidence of its superiority, COTTOLENE received Grand Prize (highest possible award) at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion; and Gold Medals (also representing highest awards in each case) at the Charleston Exposition, the Paris Exposition, and the Chicago World's Fair. In fact, in every case where COTTO LENE has been exhibited in competition with other cooking fats, it has invariably been granted the highest award. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago. Hh5 5 -?Sm GARMENTS ..to, The key-note of a woman's costume is her outer garment Those you meet judge you first by what you 'wear, fan yon afford then not to be very careful in choosing your over-garments ? Do you not wish to know that they are absolutely correct in shade and proper in cut and finish ( Then come to us. The business policy of this establishment is to do a large volume of business at a small profit, than a small volume at a large profit. This is why we are now selling "over garments at under prices." We bought a large quantity. We got a low price; we give a low price. Our qualities are always the best. OUR ANNUAL NOVEMBER. SALE Special bargains in all the Departments where ladies' goods pro to be found. - Ladies' linen collars 1 1-2 to 2 inches high, hand embroider ed, 12 to 14 size, regular 65c values 33 Rushing, regular 35c values, sale 23 Special assortment of Fancy Ribbons, 50 pieces in this lot, your choice 23 Hand bags A special purchase enables us to offer values up to $3.25 at 1.48 Take advantage. All of late style. Ladies' all wool sweaters, white, navy and red, all this years style. Your choice at this sale 33 1-3 off A special lot of underwear for ladies', children and misses', iliis is a broken lot, but you will find some very good values, goods that were sold for $1 50 a garment, all at one price, 25f? Black silk peticoats, guaranteed, wide, deep flounce. Reg ular $6.50 skirt, sale price $425 Remnants Thursday at 1-2 price, and 1000 to choose from. Ready -To- Wear Department Ladies9 Suits A special lot suits bought at a great re duction, 25 in the lot. Suits that would sell elsewhere at $25.00. Our price at this sale ?1150 We are going to place on sale 31 suits that, would sell at. any other time at $30.00 io $35.00. These suits are this year's stvles and the new materials. Vour choice at ?23.75 Ladies' heavy coats in Broadcloth (rimmed, black braid, with or without col lars, garments in this lot worth up to $25, yours at our Nov. sale , $9.75 We are making this price to see if peo ple read the Pendleton papers, because we fee that if any lady who wants a suit and sees this advertisement will be sure to pome and see them. November Silk Sale Offering the most interesting specials in desirable silks. Every reduction made and every saving offered is on the most fashionable, worthy popular fabrics in greatest demand at pres ent. 300 yards of New Plaid Waisting, $1.25, $1.50 values. Yours during this sale, at 98. $1.75 value $1.23 Black- Bengaline, the most popular silk waisting shown Ibis season, $2.25 values. 86 inches wide, sale $1.75 Yard wide Taffeta for petticoats and entire costumes $1,60 values with K. Alexander's guarantee, sale $1.29 All plain 1!) inch silks, best quality, at this sale. 75 Pendleton Agents for Ladles. Munslng Underwear ALEXANDER DEPT. STORE Pendleton Agents for Standard Patterns.