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Are you thinking of
Wt ire prcp.ireil to show vou
.in folMMC imc of
Boy's Clothing and
Prom which yon cm Relect n
Chriatmai present that will
plettc the hov.
(It Fumithetii and flatter. Ptndleton-
WEDNESDAY I H-X'RMUKK 11 l0
WW CHRISTMAS PURCHASES
ATTRACT NEW YORK FASHION
WRITER MUCH AS THF GOODS
delicate colors for evening wear are
pnrlirularly tlellrate and dainty
AMI the ileln 1" MSR ami
pink aro some havinc Dip part of the
hoa ftoliiK around the Real Blade Into
quite a wlilo enllar and of many short
plumes put together With a rliain
lot rtNct while Um eadi an- loai Md
round. In thM particular hoan tint
arc thn cntls on enoh lldt, Thi
ajuffa ar lame and plain Of UM
A WISE WOMAN' FRIDAY NIGHT.
Succeasful Comedy to br Presented RJf
Maneasr Welch enaouocea thai
Wilfred Clarke'a aacceeaful comedy,
A Vm.' Woman" preaented bj Bth
Batch and n well selected runtpCDJ
or ttajren thi leadlaa bmmi '; waiel
is rrvderlc Murphy, bai been -Ml
us tin' attraction el thi 1 i
opera ROOM on Frido Dlfht.
This aaaonaceaal will aura i
wide aafaad atteadiaa amosi our
theatrw loan as much, m biphl)
eoatpilateatar mannei bee leen
wrtttea and said about the attraction.
The reawrkable ran ol Ml nlghta thai
the comedy had on its Initial preaenta'
lion at the Btraad theatre, Ioadon
is l oin lusivc erideaee of the popular
It) of the play with the public, and
add. i to this the fact r tit r the initnori
oatbracea tin host aval table talent la
oittii lent assuraiu-i' that the enttaK1
meal in tins nty. without aaaatloa ol
dOUbt, will he the event Of Its Mint
luring the present eeeSOB.
Some Information for the Ladies b)
One Who 9ee tiie Gotham Styles
and Hclid.iv Costumes.
A St Louie negro who bad several! fw Vork. Dee 11. Although It la
I taken li bll heart hi wall on , hi the month Christmas Is In the
th. road to recovery, un. Bn,i tae taopa have all begun to
Tin i iogre of the Marians of put on then holiday dress. In aplt
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toward coaealeeenre after oi tin aliutitiK thing that are ills
nt lines is very slow (played upon the couatere. howoeoi
mtit of men for the Canadian ! ' attention Is divided bOtWOOU
riBee t.. ! mhH on tare beeutlee porebaeabli ami haantlea
, Africa i-i:ai: in Halifax 'lasing, foi tin Ohrtatataa slim.
1 pin arotaaa of Gotham is certalal)
i . in. .ii. ... v.. - the moai ,t iine.in j creature Imagln
tailor mad i aoera to fall iaei. ap
with soniethiiii; new to sav aBOUt
The distiuuisUitiK feature or
partlewhu mod at pteeeal la
jacket which has l .-.-n treat
as a new variety oi trimming
e new and reallj charming Thi
list; oi .in aniaiaamntiop ot tie-
WHO r.lS . f'llli
taurants and hotel
city coundL Ma'
man the aaaaaafi
Ite a A Tnhaan
kalixwa la. wa
wounded Ib his p
in who alienee th
d t the hilnlatet
an six tr
, as. .1 l In
itored i . of
lo a m
,i n iw
i by thunder ami
at Irltatn Muel
I rul Tin
W .;. he ..erth i).
h o- Pails the
ue in Patriot an
win. ttom this tinie on ease to he a
daily sheet, and will return to Ita
,i. h :iffai:- 'tie Omaha Loan 4k
Tniat Conuiany Counsel for the
company confirms the statement of
It. ,i.p...' Wymat that the ft M
!nit are in m way Involved.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS
At Astoria reiflatration for the om
tal city election waa 12S.'i The vote
PBX patn aao was 124'i
Tlie name of the dead fireman in
the Yakima wreck is Fred Canton
wine Hla parents live In Walla
The mines at Alexandria B. C.
owned ii the DimsmuirH were closed
down hecause of a disagreement l.e
'weun the manavement and the men.
Ha) naealaUne Mood) was at the
lOai ral land office looking U the
status of the relief measure for The
Dalles military wskhh road settlers.
hi n - new, snap-! and other
ertUehUB which he thotigbt U have
been inspired by his deputy State
Dalr and Wuoi Commissioner J W
Halle yesterdav discharged Iieputy
R R Carlson
Charles Hardt the defaultina treas
urer of Tumwater Wash, who was ar
rested In I.eadvllle November 30. has
reai hel Olvmpla In custody of 8herlff
Mills Hi was held iind.-i 2.'.0e
bonds, which he furnished
Mt Ellen Porter, an Oregon pio
neer of IMC iki uearly 6S years
died at her home one mile weat of
Oregon City Saturday night She
horn it. Ohio and crossed the plains
to OreKon by way of Meek's cut-ofT
Another vessel of the overdue fleet
has been reported safe Cabl" advic
es from London announce that the
British ship Prince Albert was report
ed oif the Kngllsh coast The vessel
was out 211 days from Vancouver for
J J Cale who has returned from
'Vuai Rapids la to Corvallls where
he went several weeks axo with a car
load of dried prunes, netted about
2V cents for his product Since hla
return he has offered D. C Rose 2Vs
ents per i Mm i for a carload
The elect ol the trliuminx is some
what that o: the broad I ollai worn
ovei the Jaei.et bat at n ghwi . qsm
'in, . that tie ariuugemewl I hot
t. t.i' h.ii;h and Just below the COUOT
there is aueh do elded incision to
acceotuata tha ravaf effect that were
.i sepj.Mte nihil there would be
nothtaa to hold it in place The
slash is si, ip ep ii. met that a pie .
tree!) awn than half an inch loai
lortlis the juncture between the collar
and tin lapel effect.
t' mi irrows older the pos-
lllion black prows In favor, (in very
tall arai etui women this imrtlcula:
ittern is especially smart and It
en looks well upon shorter women
won. ii n taultless tlaure A verv
prett) gown made In this fashion waa
i I'oinpelnt, r-.i ladles cloth stitched
wt.h tiii tiatnls ii 1:1 taffeta and
trimmed with narrow strips of Rus
"ver this dress was worn a lonK
cloak of tin same color cloth IhMd
with Poni' -iiiti red satin There wa.-
ahallo ciri-ular yoke overed b
two eaawa betaw arhleh the cloth wh
laid In box plalls which flared some
wtia. below the hips and hunt; loose
below the knees to the hem of th.
There were three box plaits each
side iii the opening stitched wit),
red sill, The sleeves had deep turn
edshaet cuaa of blaoh satin edsed
with the fur that trimmed the fsoM
A coal and a hat worn by a Ohrlal
maa shoppt-r were very smart Tin
coal was loop of fawn colored doth
n ifed with tin- dullest of green satin
There was a deep color of the cloth
also piped and a simulated second eol
lar upon this outlined hv a narrow
band of liahy lamn
The hat had a soft crown of the
cloth son-ethlng of a puddlng-ha?
shape and the rim waa formed first
of a double ruffle of black velvet on
the top and another of black satin he
Bjoatll that and below forming the
nndr edge next the face, another ruf
fle of pale blue silk There were pah
him- am) dull green plumes on the top
of the hat at the front
The popularity of the stitched trim
uilng upon tailor made Kowns Is tin
precedented. The designs for street
wear are amartened principally hy a
band of taffeta and cloth of the sa im
material as the dress stitched on lit
fanciful design o; for Indoor use and
more formal wear delicate ribbons
velvets chenilles and bands of em
broidery are used almost without lim
it Thin fact Is probably caused by
the elaborate little vests which are
worn with the Jackets of tailor mad.
gowns Resides the lavlshuess with
which the bodice oi Jack.-t proper is
trimmed. Do- vests of fashionable win
ter gowns are so elaborate that they
iieggar description and often time
the cast of this little accessory covers
n.-arl one half the coat of the gown
Speaking of expenalve trifles for
up-to-date ciMtuuies there is nothinK
more beautiful than the muffs and
boas of ostrich feathers Those in
Seven N ears In Bed.
Will wonders ever eeaaet" inquii.
the friends of Mrs L Pease, of 1 aa
renroi Kan. They knew she had I n
unable to lean her bed in eevea yean
areooot of hldaaa and jleer
noiihle nervous prostration and gen
eral debility btii. "Three bottles 0
Electric flitter enabled me to walk."
sin writes, "and In three month I fell
llki a new person " Women suffering
from headache bai kache nervous
,,, . S4ii. s tiielamiudv falm
Iaa and dtaty stiells will tlnd If a
prlreleoa bletalnff, Try it Satisfa.
tlon Is Runrntit I TallaUM A Ci
Notice to Conf .'ors.
Sal d proposals will be receteed -i
the oflce of T. r How ird n hlt
up to 12 o'clock noon of t Ida) R
t.lth. 1901. for tin hull I i aj
dltli b to the Field hoothouaa
Wet Pendleton. accordlBI to plan.,
prepared for tin saun by T V Itoa
ard, architect. The rkiif Is reoerte!
to reject nnv and all lids for th
I ' mher 2. 1901.
Of Benefit to You.
D S Mitchell. Pufford, Md.: "Inn
Iaa a lom lllne I was troubled with
bed ores tried DeWltfi wit.-h Haael
lain and wa cured" Cure pllef
sore and hums tinware of counter
felts Tallman Co.
SlotK th ( ough sn-1 Wo'ln OP tlie CsIC,
IsaatUs Iimuio uulnlut Thlei cur rold
h . ! ;n Ko ears nosey, rttee'fteeaii
Oraaae x J health oMeon
dispute over the location of tin p
ll"1 M b) puttine It In the middh
(iran Sale of f t s. Doll-,
QaiHtJ and F;ttu OlfU
FREDERICK NOL I
Manic lantraoi 6jl tn t 45
Tops. 31049' 1 ol ch-sti 11 it
4 S To eliniln s 5 Ii fx ' :
lritni, tn tallies, iron w.iu
velocepedes, toy pianos, sc..
Hundreds of toy New got I
L arrest assornmciit
The Boston St
Surprising Low Prices
at Closing Out Sale.
$3 to $5 Ladies' Capes and Jackets.
Half Price on Children's Jackets, 40c to $1.50
DP11V A NIT'S '" bul"lllnM afLTthc firs' w..,.c, ,.
KClTlllAll I O .,. , go. A lol of lu(lic- ,1 , $1,111, "
Inieresting Items of real merit suitable for
mi t iM-i - Novt'l iit'.ckweaT for the Reason. Fancy haaj
trnas sui Christ maa handkerchiefs Just thinkoS
linnrlkprfthinfa si I 124c I.;ii'r" utul roomv lltlilfrwciir in ImtuLn. ...
Sweat !! I) fdease llic most exacting, Hoy's overmttt 31
i i . n .. i i i ii : i i . D,u'l( a
t niiirtMiux iiimi iimmbihw, uuvw iii jmri. tuivaiia and colondi
Hats for roerybod)' Hiv you Rean ihe new "I'antmirn" f
'atch for our Special shirt offer at 2ft
The Boston Stoi
The Products of
THE PENDLETON WOOLEN
are making Pendleton Famous
These are tha iN nillt'ton Indian Unix, the
8c teh Plaid Bbawls, the wonderful PendlfMi
Blaukete and tin- Indian Shawln.
Th y are all made from Eaeteru Oregon
I Wool and the da mind for them iseoalti
i li- prtaant fupply,
kv :i luilidav present, thene jiiud meet an
They can be had of all First Class Dealers.
ASK FOR THEM. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
PENDLETON WOOLEN MEtt
Uames 5c to $5.5
I'roMlaole, Oarruw, Pltch-a-KluK,
Kretm (Jiiiu dixteu ol new K.nin
lliat will ini-i.- you.
8cni i. nlDckn, toy oradlea,
' a- and npriiiKs, itnll narrlaiea aleiU
tri-eyelw. loy wniiKn- los i rrun,
frexMi, ami iron- .-i,
Santa Claus Candy.
lien- exclusive ut Noir, you Hud
tlx Haiiu (:Uu, miwie fmiii pun hi
(far liood t4. eat ami decorau y.mr
tree, lWe a ouiid. Otlier candlea, 10
1- lS and IRC a jMiuiid. Try our iri.
lar 4ih- ereiu liere tt Kolf fol i'n
Toilet suta 4Si- to $i.y.r, albuma,
la I7.H6, eutr ami oollai U. fancy
Jierfuiiier-, tine nitHinlliuiiB, eU
TRUC K INQ,
ST O H A (j Ee
CBOWNEI & SON.
1 lie largest stock in the cits
Una Wi- will tfive VOll estllliatea
11 vou wan. ,
I HI KHHONK MAIN 4
A Mammoth stock of Furoit
BAKER & FOI
Next door to Postott
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.