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DAILY BAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 190.
EIGHT PAGES. Men's Department This Saturday Evening After Supper we will put on sale 23 New Fall Overcoats, ranging in price from $lf.SO to $20.00. A n r Your choice of the entire lot will be lUtOD Fifty Men's New Fall Suits $17.95 Churches Bajptlflt Church. Comer Alta and Johnson streets, Rev. R. K. Storey, pastor. Morning service, at 11 o'clock. Evening sorv loe at 7:30. Mr. Storey will preach at both services. Sunday school at B ;'4B ; classes for all. Young people's meeting at 0:30 p. in. You are cor dially Invited to these services. The latest styles. The best makes. Regular $2 7. SO and $25.00 values. After supper your choice . . . The Dry Goods Department Embroidery insertions in new and pretty patterns. 3 to 5 inches wide, regular values up to 4fc yd., after supper special, 29 yd. LadU'S Embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs, extraordinary good values, regular 35c handkerchiefs, after supper special, 23 each Novelty High Grade Silk Trimmings in assorted widths and lolors, season's latest weaves, values up tg $1.50 yard. After supper special 98 yd. Morie V clour and Mcssalinc Silks, new and correct weaves, for handsome waists, suits and gowns, cream brown, red, green and navy blue, values up to $1.50 yd., after supper special 69 20 kuh Jap Silks Id make up your Christmas presents with in new and pretty shades and colors, regular 35c value, after supper special 23 27 inch best Apron Ginghams of the Amttskiag Mills, best known brand in small, medium and large cheeks, regular 10c value, after supper special 7f yd. 36 ineh Percales in neat figures and Persian designs, strictly fast colors and warranted lo wear, regular 12 l-2c value, after supper special 10 yd. Bleached and unhleached Turkish toweh, size 18x30 for toilet and bath. vol. up to 20c aft r suppi r spec. 12 1 2c each church of the Redeemer. There will be a celebration of tho holy communion at 7:30 a. m.; Sun-i day school at 10 a. m.; dlvlno service with sermon at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. mi. Offertory solo In the morning by Mrs. Dickson and in the evening by Or. Rimer Hill. All are cordially In vited. Charles Qulnney, rector. Christian Science, Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Subject, "Morals and Im morala," Services Wednesday eve ning at S o'clock. Sunday school Sunday morning at 10. Reading room open every day from 2 to 4. Corner B, Webb and Johnson streets. ir-AWL A MRU Presbyterian Church, Corner Alta and College, V. L. Van Nuys, pastor. Bible study hour at 11. Theme: "The answer of the church tu (he challenge of the world." Evening worship at 7:30. Theme: "Our knowledge of God the ground of all hop, .' Music under direction of Mrs. Valentine. Young people's meeting at 6:30. Subject: "Pil grlm'i Beulah Land." Miss Hazel Hamblin, leader. Special music has been prepared for this meeting also. The Peoples Warehouse - WHERE IT 1'AYS TO TRADE." Agents for Rutlcrick Patterns and Publications, Royal Worcester, Ron Ton. Adjusto and Gossard Corsets. First Christian church. Services held In the M. E. church, south, building, West Webb street. '.:4.r a. m., bible school; 11 a. m., preaching by for Minister N. H. Brooks. Subject, "The Importance of Jesus."; 3 p. m, young people'.-; meeting; 7:30 p. m., preaching, sub ject, "The Mission of Jesus;" Wednes day evening, prayer meeting; Thurs day evening, choir meeting. The public. invited to attend. A. M. Mel drum, minister. The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous oecause so decep tive. Ala ii y sudden deaths are caused E by it heart die- 1 I'llLO fill iiitlliktl n xy. heart failure or r- apoplexy are often the result ot kid ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to advance thekidneypoison ed blood will at tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in the urine, head cche, buck ache, lnme ba'k, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always rctc!? from a derangement of the kidneys and belter health ia that crpan is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kid neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to bold urine ana scalding i aininpaitingit, and overcomes that uiij leasant necessity of being compelled to go olli n throned the day, and to get up many times during t'.ie nij;ht. The mild and Immediate effect oi Swamp-Hoot, the great kidney remedy is soon rcali.cd. It stands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties. A trial will convince anyone. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fifty-cent and one-dollar size bottles. You may have a Mmph) bottle and a book that tells all about it, both scut free by mail. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., BinghamtOtt. N. Y. When writing mention reading this gen erous olTcr in this paper. Don' innke any mistake, but remember tht name. Swamp-Root, and don't 1 t a dealer icl! vou something in place of Swamp-Uoot f vou .lo you will be disappointed. BREAKING or ENGAGEMENT CAUSES II CUE SENSATION London. The world at large has probably not realized what a tre mendous sensation the cancelling of engagement of Lady Margaret the Society events of Mrs. Munra. who has hten the the Poinsetta club, Thursday evening guest of Pendleton friends for several in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Huff weeks. Those present were Mrs. man, who are preparing to leave Mon Frank Saling, Mrs. J. W. Sklles, Mrs. , day for their new home In Calgary' rnomas ponr. airs. r. voies- Mrs. Will Moore entertained at cards Carruth rendered some solos on the Tupsdav afternoon at her home on the violin and Miss Edna Zimmerman corner of Jackson and Logan streets. sang. Every number was well render ed and hithlv aDDreoiated. Prlneln.nl Those present were Mrs. E. R. Swin-; v c Hampton of tee high school burne. Mrs. G. W. Phelps, Mrs. G. I.; spoke on behalf of the local school and LaDow, Mrs. Thomas Thompson, Mrs. J. N. Burgess, Miss Ashby, Mrs. E. T. Wade, Mrs. T. J. Montgomery, Mrs. Mary Lane, Mrs. C. J. Hamilton, Mrs. Lee Teutsch, Mrs. Laura Nash, Mrs. Willard Bond, Mrs. Fred Earl, Mrs. Lina Sturgls, Mrs. J. W. Sklles, Mrs. Thomas Spohr, Mrs. George Hartman, Jr.. Mrs. W. A. Slusher, Mrs. C. P. Bishop, Mrs. A. J. Mc Allister, Mrs. E. J. Murphy, Mrs. C. T. Colesworthy, Mrs. . P. Winter, Mrs. E. P. Marshall, Mrs. W. E. Brock, Mrs. Norbourne Berkeley, Mrs. T. C. Warner, Mrs. R. Alexander, Mrs. J. V. Tallman, Mrs. C. E. Roos evelt, Mrs. Charles Bonney, Mrs. Gray and Miss Gray, Mrs. S. W. McClure, Mrs. Sam Thompson, Mrs. Henry Dix on Jones, Mrs. G. M. Rice, Mrs. Anna Z Crayne, Mrs. Max Baer, Mrs. Frank Frazier, Mrs. Henry Laatz, Mrs. C. K. Cranston and Mrs. M. F. Johnson. The out of town guests were Mrs. Kistner and Mrs. Robert Hynds, both of Heppner. The prizes were won by Mrs. Henry Laatz and Mrs. Sam Thompson. Mrs. Moore was assisted In serving by Mrs. Laura Nash, Mrs. Max Baer and Mrs. Henry Laatz. its team, while other talks were made by Coach Nichols of the visiting team, Umpire Henry McKinney of Baker City, Referee Mark Moorhouse of this city and City Superintendent J. F. Landers. The sting of defeat was forgotten in the pleasue of en tertaining the visitors and both enter tained and entertainer enjoyed the evening and the hospitality of Judge and Mrs. Bean to the full. Mrs. Frank Hayes entertained at cards, Wednesday afternoon at her home on Eddy street. Those present were Mrs. Thomas Spohr, Mrs. J. W. Sklles, Mrs. W. A. Slusher, Mrs. H. J. Bean, Mrs. Henry Dixon Jones, Mrs. E. R. Swinburne, Mrs. Richard Mayberry, Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy, Mrs. Alice Sheridan, Mrs. W. A. Storie, Mrs. T. M. Henderson, Mrs. Fred Earl, Mrs. Gray, Miss Maud Sheridan, Mrs. A. C. Hampton, Mrs. G. M. Rice, Mrs. Horace Mann, Mrs. A. W. Nye, Mrs. Max Baer, Mrs. Clarke Nelson, Mrs. Willard Bond, Mrs. R. Raymond. The prize was won by Mrs. A. C. Hampton. Mrs. A. L. Hayes entertained Thurs day afternoon at cards In honor of Mrs. Robert Hynds of Heppner. The game of 500 was played and the prize was won by Mrs. E. P. Marshall. Those present were Mrs. E. P. Mar shall. Mrs. A. D. Nye. Mrs. T. C. War ner, Mrs. E. R. Swinburne, Mrs. ling. Mrs. W. C. E. Prultt, J. McAllister, Mrs. J. W. Malabon Camp, Spanish-American war veterans was one of the principal entertainers of the week with a com bination dance and exhibition In the armory Thursday evening. The one time soldiers of Uncle Sam when re turning from the Philippine battle- I venirs, mementoes, and pictures of the M)!s ' i scenes oi airue, ami mew wc.c 1 gkitm, Mrs Willard Bond, Mrs. Rob played In one corner of the hall, mak- ert HyndSi Mrs. M p Johnson, Mrs. ing a very interesting and educational , Mary Dlsogway Mrs Q w phe, exhibit The collection Is probably Mlsg Franccs Hayej of Portland. the best in the northwest. Johnson s . . orchestra furnished music for eighteen number! on the dance program and a large crowd availed themselves of the opportunity to trip the light fan tastic. Delicious punch was dispensed from a eorncr of the hall. A verv enjoyable reception was ten dered the victorious Baker City high school football team at the home of Judge and Mrs, H. J. Pe..n, last eve n'ng. The defeated team, assisted by the young lady students of the local high ated 8s host3 for their tate op- pom mor Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Walker of Tn euma, who have been in Philadelphia for the past two years were In Pen dleton, Tuesday, guests at the home 'f Mrs. Walker's uncle j, W. Nye. They have been spending a week at Athena and were accompanied as far 0.4 Pendleton by Mrs. J. D. Plamondon. worthy, Mrs. Mary Line. Mrs. J. V. Taxman, Mrs. W. A. Slusher, Mrs. Mary Dlsoswny and Mrs. S. A. Lowell. At the Gray home on Jackson street a pleasant party was given last even ing, the hostesses being Miss Sarah Gray. Miss Mnkin and Miss Zurcher. About 15 couples were present and the evening was spent playing progressive five hundred. The prizes were won by Miss Lula George and Mr. Merle Chessman. The Pendleton lodge of Elks Is mak ing arrangements for their annual ball which will occur on Thanksgiving night in the Eagles-Woodmen hall. The Elks always endeavor to make this annual dance the social event of the year and they are therefore making extensive arrangements for the coming event. After many delays, Mrs. F. W. Vin cent and daughter, Miss Eleanor Vin cent, left Tuesday for Berlin, where Miss Eleanor will continue her study of music. They went from here to Portland, from there to San Francisco and then direct to New York where they will take a steamer for Berlin. Darr Phelps and S. C. Cheshire of the Clarke Hardware store, returned early in the week from Omaha, where they had been called to testify in the trial of the men accused of robbing the Omaha express last spring. After making the long Journey they were not called to the stand. Mrs. Will M. Peterson and two children have returned from Walla Walla, where they had been tho guests of Mrs. Peterson's parents while Mr. Peterson was spending sev eral days In Wallowa county on legal business. 4- Jnek McLOUghlln, formerly an em ploye of the O. R. & N. in this city but now traveling freight and pas senger agent for the Illinois Central, was the guest of friends in this city during the convention of sheepmen. Dr. and Mrs. Kistner and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hynds of Heppner were the susts the fore part of this week of Mrs. G. W. Phelps and Mrs. A. 1, Hayes. Dr. Kistner brought the party over in his automobile. November seventh being the 14th anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Roosevelt a number of The second r,f a series of dances be. ing given by tne boys or Company Uj their friends came In to spend the :-.! s?on. will occur next Friday eve- Venlne- and a verv delightful Infor. mug in uie nrmory nan. une oincers nts. The evening wis made the nn'J memoirs or tne company are put I enjoyable by several musical "n fori mal social time was enjoyed. numbers and by speeches from repTf ontatlv)? of th two schools and from the officials. Miss Lora Porry ren dered a piano boIo. Dr. Elmer HOI sang a couple of selections. Mr. Frank vry effort lo make this ees ' ven more enjoyable if last season. oughs enter on in honor Mrs. C. L. Morgan has entirely re eovered from the recent Illness which confined her to her apartments In the.! Hotel St. George for several days. Mrs. T. M. Hendersdn entertained Mrs. J. R. Dickson entertnlned the Bridge club at her home on South Main street, Thursday evening. Prizes were won bv Mrs. G. W. Phelps and Mrs. Newton Jones of Heppner. Mrs. Jane Hartman and her daughter. Mrs. Charles Marsh, have returned from Boise, where they had been for several days th" Clients of Mrs. Nash's daughter. Mr. and E. T. Wade are now at home in the Johnson house on the corner of Jackson and Loan streets which was formerly occupied by A Raum and family. Mrs. J. F. McNaught of Hermlston who has been spending the summer In Seattle as the guest of friends, II a guest of the Hotel St. George for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Cranston had as their guests this week, Mr. and Mrs E. P. Cranston of Baker City. The two Mr. Cranstons are cousins. Mrs. Frank Frazier entertained at her home on the corner of Jackson and Logan streets, Thursday after noon In honor of Mrs. Munra. Mrs. J. D. Plamondon of Athena and her guest, Miss Eels of Tacoma spent Monday In Pendleton, Miss Eels being enroute home. Next Wednesday Is the regular day for the afternoon at home by Mrs Anna Z. Crayne and the girls of Koontz hall. Mrs. Bert Turner, formerly a resl dent of this city, but now living in Portland, has been the guest of Pen dleton relatives for several Jays. Mrs. T. M. Henderson will enter tain the Thursday afternoon club at her home on the corner of Alta and Johnson streets, next week. Mrs. James Cooper was hostess for a small company of ladles on Tues day afternoon In compliment to Mrs- John H. Scott of Portland. Mrs. Aura Raley Is the guest of Portland friends this week, having accompanied her sister that far on her way to Seattle. Roy Alexander and Royal Sawtelle went to Walla Walla Wednesdny eve ning to attend a large dance In that city. Mrs. Thomas Spohr entertained a few friends very Informally Tuesdny evening. The came of 500 was played. Dick Thompson entertained a num ber of high school friends at tho home of his mother, Wednesdny evening. (Continued on Paire Eight.) Sackvillo and Mr. EdmuaU Seylar has caused in Edinburgh society. The wedding was lo have been an excep- trtnially brilliant affair, and it was arranged that it should take place from Magdala place, Edinburgh. Where the prospective bride's mother. Lady De La Warr, has a residence. Both parties have a wide circle of distinguished acquaintances, Mr. Bel ter being a son of a highly-respected Scottish professor, and an enormous number of very handsome presents had been rece,ved. These of course, have now had to be returned to the relatives and friends who sent them. eMTy? Then it's high time you were 'phon ing Main 178 for a supply of Rock Spring Coal to tide you over till the Spring. in 'phonlniHeory Kopiuke you win obtain the quality coal that will give an even Intense heat with the small est possible consumption. Prompt delivery nnd the best qual ity always when you patronize HENR.Y KOPITTKE Phone Main 17K. r Kills Her Foe of 2o Years. "The most merciless enemy 1 bad for 20 years," declares Mrs. James Duncan, of Haynesvllle, Me., "was dyspepsia. I suffered intensely after eating or drinking and could scarcely sleep. After many remedies had fail ed and several doctors gave me up, 1 tried Electric Bitters, which cured me completely. Now I can eat any thing. I am 70 years old and am overjoyed to get my health and strength back again." For indiges tion, loss of appetite, kidney trouble, lame back, female complaints, It is un equaled. Only 50c at Tallman & Co. GATE LONGFELLOW MATERIAL FOR POEM Berkeley, Calif Friends of Mrs. Sarah Slaughter De Lorme, the artist who died Saturday, are asserting that sho was the one who Inspired Henry Wadsworth Longfellow to write his immortal poem, "The Cburtship of Mllea Standlsh." When a little girl 'the portrait painter was a close per sonal friend of the poet and she spent much of her time by his side while he penned his verses In the New Eng land town. Then she was Sarah Standish, a di rect descendant In name as well as blood of the Puritan soldier of Ply mouth Rock and it Is asserted sho In spired the famous lines when she told him her family traditions, which In cluded the experiences of Standish. There Is more Catarrh In tbli section of the country than all other dlaeaiei put to gether, and until the last few Tears was supposed to be Incurable. For a great man) years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, aad by con stantly falling to cure with local treat meat, pronounced It Incurable. Science bas proven catarrh to be a constitutional dls- ase and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac tured by F. J. Cheney 4 Co., Toledo, O., Is the only constitutional enre on the mar ket. It Is taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaapoonful. It acta direct ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Tlev nffer t" hundred dollars for any en.se It iaiis to ,n i tulutti and lustlmnnl:) It l' .1 ' lli..i.l . Sold tij all lirugglsts. 7. ink Hull's Family I'M. tlon. Soo-Spokane Route NATIONAL APPLE SHOW SPOKANE November IQtf to 20th Through Ticket to all Eastern Points Apply via This Route Without Additional Cost, Permitting Day's Stop over. Electric Righted Train de Iaixc From O. R. & N. Depot, Spo kane. Dally 10 a. m. to ST. PAUL, CHICAGO and EAST Details, Berths, Literature, ad dress Local Agent O. R. & N. or G. M. JACKSON. T. P. A. 3. S. CARTER, Gen! Agt. 14 Wall St, Spokane. for clr- 'I "tedo, O. istlpa COLLECTS HALF Ml 1. 1 , 1 IN TIPS AT DEI M) 'IS N'cw York. When James Thi for over 30 years a waiter In Del 'y. restaurant, died he left his ' fortune of 500,000. This to inn be came known only when his u i iow, Mrs. Ellen J. Thieiman. w; granted letters testamentary upon ., -tate. rhe "tips" which wealthy patrons of Delmonlco's gave Thieiman ore said to have been the source of a large part of his wealth If you desire a clear complexion Ink" Foley's Orino Laxative for e,)n- stipnMon and liver trouble ns It will tlnautate thesij organ j and thoroughly iennse your .system, which I , Shal veryone needs In order to feel well. Koeppen Bros, What nr" Eilers going to do? YOUR EYES NEED ATTENTION NEED IT BADLY. But you won't give it to them; you put It off from day to day. DO YOC KNOW THE RISK YOU RUN? Every il:i' delay menus ndded dangers io your health and eye BIGHT. W B (HUM) THE LEXSliS FOR Yorit PARTICULAR CASE and GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT or MONKS REFUNDED, 8. M. BEAGQfiK EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST. With Win. E. Hanaeom, Jeweler. F01E1E0NEYTAB slops i be cou rife and koala luntfs