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toniei shtmld le thankful that we can pave
the expf of a trip lo Tortland to purchase
gool We are PnowinR a niost elegant and
t. .-! Una .if dress toodl in all the new weaves
im nt nrires tn suit nil Diirses. We wish to
i ........ i ,n to our line lit Iimavv unit shrnnlr.
It 1 M - .
1 I 1 1 ...
for tlie popular wanting skiiis.
nre sole Igentl for tbt most popular ladiw.- shoes
America and Europe.
Alexander Department Store
before purchasing come and
iook over ur large and com
plete line of letting stoves
thiol we are selling at a very
M&rnnn jl tuampqam
The Loading Hardmnrs Won.
frv a New line of Poiki
H goods, pocket book,
- purses, card cases
a a a l
1 yie. VI k Combo. Brashes
.ftlll l.i rr
saj, r sjc
Marble-"'" Granite Works
We do uur uu wurk audguaran
tee the same at loaeat ;
hstimatea given on all kinds of
cut atone. Full mock oa uit
It will pav you to see our wOrt
and get price before placing
Main S.I.. near 0. K. & N. depot, Pendleton
The wheel that its aky
high iu quality
Price range from $22
to $f0; terms to suit.
AT CNEftCENT AQENCV
1 fllfl Q
HI TO 0
fn from among the enlisted men nt
Fort Stevens was won by the former
with a score of 20 to k
SCOURING MILL DEFEATED
BY WASCO FOOTBALL MEN.
Opponent Were Too Heavy for the
Boya From Pendleton Play in The
Dalles Today Against Even Heavier
Waaco. Nov. :io. Wasco defeated
titS Pendleton scouring? mill team ai
football In a score of 11 to 0. The
visitors put up a game of gooi At
tensive football, but wore outweighed
by their opponent!) by 10 pounds to
tho man Thr greater beef of the
ironic team proved more than the
very fair team work of the wool
scourer could overcome, ulth the re
sult tnat th -y were somewhat batter
ed up when the game ended. None of
i In players w ere out at any time In
the game Put the Pendleton contin
gent go to The Dalles in not very good
condition to resist the savage on
slaughts they may BirssOl there. An
derson. of the Pcndlctons put up hi
usually fine artlrle of play, and wan
the strongest feature of their work.
IS THE QUESTION SETTLED?
QUESTION AS TO THE
Whitman Won Three and Pullman
Three. With the Latter One Point
Behind in the Totals Some Foot
ball People Think Whitman and
Pullman Should Play a "Rubber."
The question Just now In local toot
ball circles is regarding the chain
pionship ot the north coast colleges,
which was struggled for by Whitman
and Pullman Agricultural College on
Thanksgiving hay at Walla Walla
Ot the series that has been played on
the north coast it was to be decisive
t'p to that time the t'nlverslties of
Oregon . Idaho and Washington, and
Whitman and Pullman had plaved.
and Whitman was ahead The win
ning of Pullman on Thursday placed
the two teams on a tic as to number
ot sanies won. but. when the total
number Of points scored was taken
into account, it was found that Pull
man had one more to her credit than
Whitman had. hence It was snnounc
ed in the Kast Oregonian ot Friday
that Pullman was the champion
Some ot the men here who give at
tention to football, think that Whit
man and Pullman should play anoth
et game, to deeide the championship,
and that number of games and not
points won. count In deciding this
Whitman Was Crippled.
Whitman was tlpplud according to
advices received by this aper Cap
tain Arthur Hauerbach was laid up
with a knee cap in bad condition.
Johnson, the quarter-back, submitted
to an operation last week Tuesday
Kcicher. the big !lo Kund guard,
was also laid up with a partially bro
ken leg it was with th-'tc three star
players out of the Held, that Whitman
went against Pullman lust Thursday
and that Is why the Washington
tanners won the game and perhaps
In a letter to a meuibei of the Kast
Oicgouiaii staff otto A. Haucihach.
ol the Wlul nan luculty. a hrothci ot
A 1 1 Inn Hauerbach states that tif in
jured n.an Is still in bed. although he
is not so very still, elthei. when he
heard the football crowds yelling ou
the campus near tin' dormitory The
physicians think that he will recover
the lull use ol the leg that was hurt
and of which the kli up was
strained There is now no danger of
auy -i inuiient effect 1 1 "in the m
VARIOUS FOOTBALL GAMES.
Played in Oregon and Washington on
At Scuttle the t'ulveralty of Wash
illgton eleven scored a decisive vie
tor) over the team ot the t'niveisit
ot Idaho, ou the local gi idiom i he
MhH at the closi of the gam. staud
mg l to 0 in latur ot die home ag
grcgation Washington out classed
the visitors at eer Bfjat, its combi
nation work being allium perfect
The chict s.istem of attack was the
delayed pass Idaho put up a dea
peratc battle from the iM-ginnlng to
tlx- etui but could not withstand the
tteret onslaughts of the local players.
At Mouinoulh the Oregon Agncul
tural college and the Oregon state
Normal School eleveus met on the
campus on Thursday. and a
( lean hard toiight game of football
r. sulied in favor of Monmouth by a
acore ol '!; to 0.
At Corvallbl the second tdeven of
tin- Oregon Agricultural college de
icaicd Willamette l imersity in tit
ball her on Ttiurortay by a geo el
17 to 6
At Kugene the Kugene high school
defeated the Uoseberg high school
Thursday by a score of VI to I Then
was a good attendance
At ('entra)ia. tbe Centralis high
school football team defeated the
Olympia high school team on Thura
day by a acore of 41 to 0.
At the Oallea the nallea high school
football eleven defeated tic Portlaud
high school by a score of 12 to 0
At North Yakima the football game
between the Walla Walla and North
Yakims high school teams resulted
In a score of 20 to 0 In favor of the
At Forest CKjr, Or., the Pacific Unl
verslty eleven overwhelmingly de
bated the Mill Military Academy by
a score of 29 to n. The halves were
of In minutes' duration. The t'nlver
sit coal was never in danger.
EASTERN FOOTBALL GAMES.
Played on Thanksgiving Day. Thura
day. November 28.
At Philadelphia- Cornell 24. Penn
At New York -Columbia 10, Car
At Chicago Michigan M, Iowa .
At Chicago Wisconsin 25. Chicago
At Ksnsas City -Missouri is. K:in
At Oskaloosa. la. roe College, of
Cedar Rapids. 2S. Penn Quakers, to.
At Carhondale. Ill Southern .1111
nois State Normal. 0, Ann Arlxr high
At HeOJt City, la.- South Dakota
l'nierslty. 12. Iowa Normal. 5.
At Springfield. O - Ohio Wesb van
IL' Wittenberg, fi.
At Kaston. Pa. IjiFayette college.
"'. Dbkinson college, o.
At Nashville. Tenn. Vanderbilt
t'niversltv. 10, t'nlvei-sltv of Nash
At Oalesburg. Ill Knox. 17. l.nke
At Champlain 111 Minnesota. 1.
At Pittsburg. Pa.- Homestead. 12.
Washington and Jefferson. 0.
At Toeks. Kan Washburn col
lege. 12. Ottawa Cnlverslty. 12.
At Providence. R. I Dartmouth
22. Brown, o
At Columbus 0 Ohio State 1'nl
verslty 11. Kenyon. fi.
At Ran Franrlsoo Olympic Ath
letlc Club I, Reliance Club. 0.
At Washington - Oeorgctown. 22.
At tlloomlngton. lnd D'Panw
. Indiana l'liiversity. 12.
At Richmond. Va. t'nlverslty or
Virginia 2.1 t'nlverslty of South, fi.
t l.aFayctte. Ind Northwestei n
10, Purdue. R.
At Springfield. Ill Spi Ingflebl high
gekoet, u. cnrtieft coii-ga I
At St Joseph. Mo.- Tnrko olh gc
11, Ellsworth Medlcn. r iib-o. it.
At Quincey. til. Qultney high
arkooli 17. Chamii'in high aee 1 0
At Indlati'da. la. - S iiipscti is
At St i.iitiiK. Mo Washington di
versity St. I.oulsi. 6, t'nlverslty of
At Burlington. la Burlington. 21.
At Mediapods. t-t Mcdi.isghl 1' '.
Port Madison. ,
Various Meets that Now Are on the
New Haven Conn. Nov Su The
Vale l'iiieraity basketball team is
rtasO for its game here tonight with
Trinity which will mick the beginning
of what promises to Im- the most not
able season in the history ol the
game After a few practice games
in this vicinity the Yale team will
moke an exteiiahe wi-ati-in trip in
thi courae of which it will meet the
Ohio State t niveriilty. the t'nlvr
s!ty of Cincinnati t'nlverslty of In
diana t'nlverslty of Wisconsin I - fit
verslty ol Chicago and West, m Re
serve till verslty
Yl Athlete Weds
New Haven Conn. Nov. Ho. In St
John s church at tnoii today Lewis P
Sheldon the former well known atii
Id. was married to Miss Margaret
Tiowbiidge. The bride Is the daugh
i ol Mrs Huntington leiit Trow
bridge, granddaughter of Henry Trow
and gieat gtanddaughter of 'oah
Vobeter Mr Sheldon was captain ol
tin Vale track team In HUM)
Pugilist Becomes a Boniface.
BJiadiiphia Pa Nov 30. Jack
Bonner, the well-known pugilist, to
day took possession ol the tiallughci
HotlM at Suuiiiiit Hill Booeaw has
recently man led and declares his in
tention of iM-nuani ni ly abandonliig
the fighting gsnn loi the hotel huai
Cross Country Runners Compete.
New Yurk. Nov. 'Ml. The annual
meeting of .loss country i itinera la
being hi id today at Moi rls Park. Co
lunibiu rtsTBOM PeuusyUauia and
other leading colleges and universi
ties are re,, e: ented by their star
At Astoria, the football game be
tween 'In Astoria eleven an I an ele
Life Is Uiowing Longer.
From statistics and the results uj
rtain changes in the methods of liv
ing. it has been pun en that the span
of life is being lengthened We are
j ' lad u believing this when e
coaoMof the great advance made in
0 ii.i ine during the past fitly vears
The moat noteworthy of them ln-iug
1 m. tiers Stomach Hitters, the old
reliable remc'v for all ailments of the
stomach, liver and bowels It cures
dyspepsia. Indigestion, constipation,
headache, sour stomach, belching
heartburn and ..ousneaa. It la the
In-st medicine In the world for run
down s)stcms, and has a racord or
fifty yeara of eurea. Women should
also try It, as it will certainly do ,
them good Our Private oie 8tamp Is
over the . : of the bottle
Addressed to Women by the Treasurer
of the W.C.T.U. of Kansas City,
Mrs. E. C. Smith.
"My IH vk si-rgRs: I Ndiovo in fedvoootinx ntul uplolrltnir
ajtajsjythtrtg t hat will lift up Bad ludp tvetneii, ami bttl nuk- raw i)ant
ell k"novlcilR and b urning; if you hrtvo not the health to enj it.
"Bovine fbond bj peroonol exporienct that Lyttla i. iMnkiium's
VegrotMlilc ( oiiimmiiiI is R medk'UM ol WW viltne, and tuning- seen
dosajM of l ines win iv tnv SllfferinO sisters have hwtl aNefgod MOI to
life nnd ii cfulness fnun an untimely jrinvo simplv b)f the iis of few
Uvttiesoi iiiai tonipnund, I musi ptroololn hvtrtue,oi t ohouM ROt
im doing tnv duty to snlVering tnothciN and dWfgMOW heusekeers.
"PtOI Motor, k nv health jDOOt do veu feel worn out ami ustl
lip. osj'! laity do JToanOVO any of the tiotiluVs which Is'sei our sex, take
my avarice let tle dsx'trirB owsno, Uy Ljrdki B.PIakhMni Vfyctoblo
poOaupoaM ; it N better then Mijf and ail dm tors, for ii cures and they
do not" Mka K. t'. s-Miin, ijij n.ik m , Twoouwr w . C V. I'., Ken.
sas City, Mo.
ICRS, K MI I II
What Isle ft for tin- women of America after HMdiog mk Ii a leitOf as tha
above, hut to BallOtO. Diin't some of mi who are sick mid nnsrinlili frrl how
wicked viol are to remain so, making life a burden for yourself and v.ur
friends when a cure is easily ami im-xpi ,isi v rl y obtained ? Iton't mui think it
Would p-iv to drnn sonje of your old p. . null, ,-s as Mr- Smith mm s. Slid ii '
Lyilm I'. IMiiUhain's egetalile oiiipotiiid, which is In ii. i than all tie
doctors for vur9'f" Surely, liie eaierieiice nf hutidn-da of thouSMOa '
women w hom the Compound fias oared should SJOO vlnce all women of the wis
domof taking; the advice thnt Mrs Smith offers in her let tcr slsjve published
Read What firs. Burnham .say a :
"Drab Mb. Pinkiiam i Words fail lo aajweae atiir thaotrfal I op to jtm
for your advioa, and 1 cannot speak too high of 1. villa K. I'llik liaBl'l
VosjetaMe Com pou ml. i was sick lot Ikrat raara wlta lataaJ weakm
1 had Alaay -ils, neada.-be, backache, feet and fiands were cold all the dm
would get tirei and faint very easy. I alae hud dropaj sud was troablad with
leuoorrlnea I suffered for two weeks balaro eacti inrnstruiil jieriod and my
ovaries would swell very badly. I Usk lota of medicines from doctors, but
received no ts-ncflt To please my husband I tried l.ydla i'.. I'lliklimii'S
Vrc)talile Coinpoiliiil, and I am BOW a well woman, ami rOOl Cosapouad
alone did it." Mas. 11. W. Bubjiham, Russell. Mich. (Jan 31, 1101).
Follow the record of this medicine, and re mem Is. i that these tbioisaudi
of cures of womeu whose letters are eonslautlv printed in this pn i were not
in . ugbt about bj " aosaataiaa slaa," but b) Lydla R IMnUhuin's .e
talilc ('oniMiiiiit, ha rt u u aaaa1! Baniedj fui tVoaaaa'a Ills
Those Women w ho refuse to accept auytlniig aaj are rewarded a hundred
tUuu:nd tiaawa, for they get what they want a cure Moral Stick to th
licinc t hat vmi klto W i - I In I S rite to Mrs I'm Mm m f IvIeS
i Aid bavedvpisaliod wild tb SatD.t.al ' I) It..- a ,,t l.tnn. $v-et
II hf poi-t lo ai- (.r-ia-.n wU fftii flua I hat Ilia !- . tratt nia) Ml tort
KM, faf War ! I let laeaxl 1st Imn .t i t. , i.af tin- Wfitfr OliaHlOl mt
I t I at k. I'lnk I...... MtMllt'lsia GtVai I w. ii. MaVaV-
POULTRY and EGGS
Inter no tteatl Poolrr Food OMkea'tbotr
Heof Meal glvci tliciu llavor.
Clamshells inai.i ilu-ni -oln!.
iGi grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
Hay, Grain and Feed.
127 and i2j East Alta Stieet.
Pendleton, On mm
Frazer Opera House
00 l Hskti. u snd MaiLgn iu a Veil lastat afsaaasr.
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