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.rtlole of dress which lends greater pleasure and com-
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tins anJ Paperhanging
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give first-class work.
Our painters are the best
Our paperhangers are the best
Our paints are the best
Our wall papers are the best
MAY UNITE WITH THE
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P QU A D D for SHARP New Ideas.
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piano and appreciate the beauties
of our instruments, of sympathetic
tone, of irreproachable style and
finish. If you're not prepared to
pay spot cash, we'd like to tell you
about , our easy payment plan.
S. L Wakefield k Co.
Wholesale and Retail Muilc Dealers
StO WAKEROOMS, COURT ST.
Money on Stoves
1 getting the best at lowest prices.
i best makes of stoves.
We handle only
Wilson Air-Tight Coal Stoves,
Wilson Alr-Tlglit Wood Stoves,
Trilby Air-Tight Wood.Stoves,
Universal Cook Stoves and Steel Ranges.
he Thompson Hardware Co.
Save the half of the
coal yot have been
One-half the carbon in
soft coal Is GAB. The cut
shows how Cola's Original
Hot Blast Stove bums this
gas half of the coal, which
is allowed to pass up the
chimney with all other
stoves. This wonderful
stove- makes soft' coal at
$2 a ton equal to hard coal
at 0 a .ton. Same clean
liness and even heat day
and night. Fire is never
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the .Hardware Man
rAL BLANKS Write the East Ore-
ofik . , gomanior atreecat-
A Movement on Foot to Furnish Up.
To-Date Club Rooms for the Con
venlence and Pleasure of the Young
Men of Pendleton.
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s. inuve is now on toot ana no aouut
will be a go for a young- -men's club
Tor several months the manage
ment of the Commercial AfisnHnMnn
has been casting about and planning
some scnerao whereby it could en
thuse more life into the association
uy swelling the membership and ctt
ting the young men into the orcanlza-
tion. Nothing definite has been done
toward this end until last Saturday
miernoon wncn me sciieme of
young men's club was thought of and
tne prime mover in the scheme lmme
Ulately communicated with several
other young men who jumped at the
proposition and after talking the mat
ter over it was suggested that the
young men confer with the commer-
cial association in regard to the mat
ter to see if the two could not be
worked together. As soon as ap
proached the management of the
Commercial Association took kindly
to the plan and an informal meeting
was called for Sunday afternoon.
Everyone of the young men who
had been -spokane to except one was
present as were quite a few of the
prime movers in the association. The
proposition as put to the association
by the young men was that the two
join hands, change their place of
meeting, install all of the latest sports
for the entertainment of the young
men and give them a place where they
could meet, spend an afternoon or
evening in social games, smoke a ci
gar and indulge in sports common
among the young men of today.
The plan met with the hearty sup
port from the association members
and a committee of young men was
sppointed to see what could be done,
This comhilttOe consists of Geo. Hart
man, jr., Arthur h. Knight and Roy
Ititner. They were instructed to go
around among the young men and sen
about how many members could be
secured and figure on what the cost
of the added facilities would be. After
this is done the plans and details will
be laid before the Commercial Asso
ciation meeting at their regular busi
ness meeting of the first of the month
and then deanite arrangements will
be made.. The present membership
of the Commercial Association Is less
than 100 and the young men who are
now in view by the prime movers in
the new plan will swell this member
ship to at least 200. This would make
a good membership and would Insure
ample means for running such a
It is not the intention of the young
men to solicit subscriptions, but if the
plan now on foot goes through the
costs will be equally divided and paid
by the members of the club. The ini
tiation fee and monthly dues will
cover this and the club will be made
self-supporting. Larger quarters will
have to be secured than the place now
occupied by the commercial associ
ation If the two' work together. Just
what arrangements will be made for
this is not yet settled, but that mattei1
will be taken up later. . It is also
probable that the flub will work un
der the same name now held by the
It Is the Intention of those back
of the movement to furnish up-to-date
club rooms. Bowling alley,
card tables, hilllard tables, shower
and tub baths, and other things com
mon In such places will be installed
along with a gymnasium and athletic
sports. The billiard tables, bowling
alley and card tables will pay for
themselves and help to bear the run
ning expenses of the club. No gambl
ing or drinking will be allowed and
the rooms will simply be run as a
place for harmless amusements.
BIG EVENTS AT FRAZER'S.
Royal Italian Band, Haveriy's Min
strels and "Convict's Daughter" An
Tho Cavallere Kmillo Hivela, who is
now directing the Hoyal Italian Band,
which will give one concert at the
opera house Monday evenine. Novem
ber 3, is destined to become the rage
of the country, if the music-loving
people of the Northwest are to be
relied upon. Since Kivela Joined the
band last April It has been playing
me Northwestern cities, and the press
is quite enthusiastic over his future,
declaring him to be without an equal
in this country. In less than three
months he has brought the band to
a standard of perfection it had never
IUvela is the only Italian band-mas
ter who has ever visited America,
who could lay claim to anything other
than knowing music. The Cavalier
was educated in the famous royal con
servatory of Naples, and after grad
uating, was made director of tho mu
nicipal band of Salerno, a seaport
"If you want to know what sum tly drvsned men will wear
thU season, ask to tvo Sleln-BIook Stnatt Clothes"
Carolina State Fair.
Raleigh, .N. C, Oct. 27. The No--th
Carolina State Fair opened today an
der happy auspices. The manage
ment has worked hard to make this
year's exhibition the greatest in the
half century's history of the fair and
the result is a record-breaking inim
ber of choice exhibits illustrating
the manufacturing, mineral, stock
raising and agricultural resources ot
the state. The racing program was
ushered in today and will continue
through the week.
Cow for Sale.
A 3-year-old cow for sale; will be
fresh In a month; la very gentle. In
quire at this office.
Saves labor and
clothes- - - -
Cash Price $10
W.J. CLARKE & CO.
town in Southern Italy, trom tne
very outset he was recognized as a
director of more than ordinary abili
ty. Every year, a national concourse
of the municipal bands of Italy is held
at Turin. For three consecutive years
In competition with over 60 organiza
tions, each of which contained ovei
40 Instrumentalists, Rivela's band
won the first prize, and the director
was given the king's trophy. Two
years ago, Rivela was decorated by
King Victor Emmanual III, with the
cross of Savoy, and made a cavallere
or knight, In recognition of the work
he has done for Italy's famous art,
Cavallere Rlvela comes from a no
ble family. He is a polished gentle,
man, in addition to being a thorough
musician. Since coming to this coun
try he lias quite fallen in love with
it. and is making great efforts to be-
come proficient in our language. He
has, on several occasions, declared
his Intentions of becoming an Amer
ican citizen at the earliest possible
moment. The latter idea Is a depart,
ure from the ways of a majority of
foreign musicians, who come here
for the purpose of accumulating a for
tune, then retiring to the place 01
Rivela is but 29 years old. It waft
the best thing that ever happened
to Manager Ellery when he was forced
to send for Rlvela to relieve the
band's former director.
Haveriy's Mastodon Minstrels.
"Always the best, and ahead of the
test" applies appropriately to Haver
iy's mastodon minstrels, who will
shortly arrive here and present a real
minstrel performance, headed uy
George Wilson, "Happy" John Swor,
Frank Young, Perron Somers, "Jovial
Bert Swor, and a lot of happy come-
dians :also the famous Carl Dam-
man troupe from the casino Du Paris,
will be here and the most thoroughly
enjoyable minstrel entertainment ever
presented in this city is assured. At
Frazer's Wednesday, Oct. 29.
Manager Welch wishes to announce
that Haveriy's big band will give a
big concert in front of the advance
sale on Main street, immediately on
arrival of the W. & C. R. train, which
means about 1:20 and he asks all to
come out and hear them.
The Convict's Daughter.
"The Convict's Daughter" tho at
traction that wid appear at Frazer
opera house Thursday, Oct. 30th, will
be given this season with an entirely
new scenic equipment ,new costumes,
etc.. and a stronger cast than has
ever been seen In the play' before,
The play retains that strength and In
tensity that has In the past won Its
way into the hearts of the public.
Prices: Lower door, 7Cc; gallery,
60c; box seats, ?1.00.
Fall Meeting at Acqueduct.
New York, Oct. 27. The autumn
meeting of the Queen's County Jockey
Club opened at Acqueduct today and
will continue for twelve racing days.
The meeting Is expected to eclipse
those of former years at this track,
for the purses hung up have almost
doubled in value since 1901.
For Sale Property on corner of
Main and Water. .73x76 feet, two
buildings. The rents pay 8 per cent
net on investment.' Must be sold b
November 1. N. T. Conklin, office at
Have Yoo Seen the Ne
Arrivals of NECKWEAR?
E have just opened what we are positive is the flnost
collection of NECKWEAR to sell at
ever brought to this city. Tho silk comprises overy fashiona
ble weave and a most striking range of colors and pattorns.
"Dame Fashion" says that there may be a greater variety
of widths and sizes than usual this season, so you may
exercise your own individual taste in this regard, and our
variety of Bhapes is great enough to allow you plonty of
latitude; yet, whatever you choose from our stock will bo
in perfect form,
Dress Ties to fit every stec collar?
Clab and Batwing Ties. Four-in-
Hands, Imperials and Ascots.
We are receiving new lots frequently, so wo invito
you to visit this, department as often as yon like, to keep
in touch with new ideas.
THIS IS OLD DR. KESSLER
One of the World's Greatest Specialists, Who Has Kept
Hundreds From an Early Qravo or the InBano Asylum.
Now. look here, young man, don't l)e so curlnn. D.m't nut oil'anv lonirer:
have your case attended to today, for your looks tell on you. You may conclude
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strong physically and mentally. 80 many divorce caws wc hear of, If an In
veitigation was made, would disclose the fact Ihut physical unit nervous weak
ness of the husband cutca the wife (o finally hate film. Women love a manly
man, Just as much as men love beautifully develojied, healthy, red-cheokcxi
women. Blotches ud lilmnlea show something wrnnir. All klniln nf illwuuw
are cured by this old doctor. It is not necessary to go to uee him; In a few dis
eases where surgery is required or cancers, old ulcers and such. It Is better to
see him, but all weakness and private condltloim can lie cured at home, He
has a perfect system for home treatment; he always answers your letters lu a
plain envelope and keeps every case a profound secret. Pay no attention to the
little books you lllld oil strata, but trust votirulf to an old ilm-lnr whn Imu 1 ..
curing cases like yours for over a quarter of a century In this city. AlwayH In
close 10 5i-cut stamps when wrltliiL' for c.oiiHiillHildn. nnil Ki-iwl umnli i.ni
your urine If possible. Address,
J. HENRI KESSLER, M. D.
Manager of the St Louis Medical and Surcloal DlBnnnnnrv
Office, Honrs. 9 A, M. to 9 P. M. Coraer 2nd and Yamhill Sts., PorUand.OrA.
LJOIA rfl VOI I expec People to know what
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