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SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 147l9037
tin Odds and Ends. Spec
ial bargains. See prices
in north window.
L. B. Miller went to Baker City on.
B. Hrndbnry. of Portland, Is the'
guest of O. S. B. Hayden. ;
, J. H. 1-awson, the Freewater bar-,
ber, was In town yesterday. '
' Mrs. a H. Hill, of Colfax, Is visit-1
Ing her sister. Mrs. Ed weaver.
B. L. Miller, the Athena harness
' ranker, was In town yesterday.
Mrs. Culp, on Bluff street. Is recov
' ering from her recent severe Illness.
SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Our Regular Correspondent
j HOTCHKISS EXPLAINS.
jsays He Did Not Know That Mr.
Invitations have been Issued for a
dancing party to be given by Fred
Wills and Eugene Hunt, at Armory
hall, Wednesday evening. February
Miss Corbl Raley has returned tn.ig, xne following ladles are named
Portland to be with her cousin. Mls6n.R patronesses: .Mrs. Gilbert Hunt,
' Adnnh Rnley. Mrs. Prof. Lyman. Mrs. W. H. Crane.
Rov. J. W. Chastaln. United Broth-, Miss Cobb. Mrs. Jay Williams, Mrs.
! ren. of Dayton, Is In the city en route j Sarah Bowles,
to Morrow county. .
Miss Maggie Bannister, of Athena, Mr. Younger tntenaineo.
who has been the cues: of Mrs. W. Mrs. F. S. Younger was the hostess
S. Perry, has returned home o. a delightful card party nn Friday
K1l rIMr of hi. OWn manufacture. ! and -Mrs. Collin Mcintosh, of Eugene.
Lee. the 2-year-old son of
Teutsch. has been dangerously 111
with the measles but Is convalescing.
'erry, nas remrneu nomp o. a iieiiBimui iaru iun "u
W. Flynn. the Baker City cigar! nflern";, ln h"n,Dt ctt1,
ufacturer. is In the city trying to Mrs. William , Po f St. Helens,
Dindinger, Wilson & Co.
Good Shoes Cheap
It is reported that Miss Adnah Ha
ley's health is somewhat improved
m , lilt' UUIUV rt uo v. i i w . u.vvt.v.,
was slaved. Mrs. J. S. Wallace
making the highest score, carried off
the first prize, while Mrs. John Hal
ley. having the lowest score, receive'
Bard Was In Town Therefore Or-1
dered Janitor to Put Out the Lights.,
Robert Hotchklss, the secretary of
the. Men's Resort, makes the following !
cxnlanatlon of the failure to recolvnl
ed States, but particularly has .she in-inrm entertain Rev. Audreas Bard last
terested herself In the Bccomiilisluuentsj evening. He hlmsolf did not arrive
of the New England women, where bIic I at the depot in time to meet Mr.
herself holds such an enviable place, j Bard. The lady who was to have en
having been made an honorary mom- tertnlned Mr Bard was there, how
ber of two clubs that have attained i ever, but did not soe Mr. Bard, nor!
national prominence. To Mrs. Wado.jid the latter seo her. She went
may be said Is duo the credit of In-1 home, supposing Mr, Hard did not
troducing Oregon to the club women) come.
oi the East, for on ever' occasion has i Laer, Mr. Hotchklss. learning from
she put forth Oregon's claims for rec- j the lady mentioned, that she had seen
ognltlon and brought the club work j nothing of Mr. Bard, wont to the
of Oregon before the national body. Hotel Pendleton, the Golden Rule and
At present Mrs. Wade Is vice-president to the home of Rev. Potwlne In a!
of the Hudson Bay Palisade Assocla-, vaiu search after Mr. Bard, confident!
tion, and of the Association for the (that he would bo found at one of
Saving of Cliff Dwellors. She was . those three places If ho had come to
the first Oregon member of the Na- the cltv. Not finding him. he
She Is still In the hospital In Port- tn"e consolation. At the completion of
the came, light refreshments wore
: PEBSDHftL MENTION. ;
Miss Burroughs, of Ln Grande, for
merly of Pendleton, passed 'through
this morning on her way to Port-) A Dinner Party,
land. , a dinner party, pretty In all Its ap-
A. G. Crigler, of Freewater, has pointnients. was given at tho home of
'Just returned from a five months' (Mrs. F. W Vincent, on Wednesday
1 trip to Missouri, returning by way of evening. The tnlile decorations were
I Southern California. I unusuallv attractive, being done In
Mr and Mrs A C Bowman wen' W. S. Smith left for lone yester- j green and white A large center piece
.... o. v,, ib -.11. - v. Smith, home with him to lone. I en amnsx. tanuieaora. noouen m
of landseekers and cattle buyers. t ' ; green, lent a pretty cast Tho:o who
G. W. Gudmundsen. of Tacoma.) fthrtoetall "team enjoyed Mrs. Vincent's hospitaltt;
was in the city yesterday and today I aJn la5,, . .ST ,7, 1 were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cohen, Mi
uert, win mutt- m rvummuu uuumi , xf nj 1mjj . f n c
James Crawford, the harness man, the 20th for a stay of several weeks. ,'ml M, ' , ' ,,,
will build a flve-room cottage on the! " ' Wnlltf I. rtrv ffnnrts riJEOn nnrt Mr "cCah of Walla.
north side, this spring. partment of Alexander's department
L. J. Hennesch went to Walla j store, went to Walla Walla today, and j
, . hu.o uu.u.ut3, v. "-rf i w ill aucuu a vuiemiue pun mcic w
remain for some time. i night.
D. G. McKenzie, of the Pendleton, h. Smith has recovered enough
Business College, left for his home I so tnat Wednesday last he rode for
ai Adams this morning. some distance in a cab. He had noi
Ed Drew, of the O. R. & N. build- been outside of the house before for
ing and bridge department, came up I about three months.
The most important Interest among
j the local clubs this week, and one to
which a large number of the mem
I bers are devoting much time. Is tho
1 coming art exhibit,
I This exhibit If for purely education
i al purposes. It consists of 150 pic
. , nn i - ....... .i , 1 ...
from Portland yesterday, returning, nharles t. Flvnn of Baker Cltv. isi : i ' ,i f " ... u
"" , n renuieion in me lnieresi!, oi ie and are exhibited in large rooms.
urani worn nas reiurnea irom uruer ot tagies. tie is siaie uepuiy -p0 the question "who Is to get the
iuuuu iu uis lurm un uai uiruu j kiuud prcaiumit ui niui uiuci nuu henent. the club women patiently
Creek. He went to Idaho to look for endeavor to organize an Aerie here. anSwer': 0verv person who pays the
sheep pasturage lands. M. a. Butler, of Portland, is In thei small sum of 10 or 15 cents admission
Bert Miller, who has been attending I city renewing old friendships. After 'fee. and after that wc hope to have
the Pendleton Business College since: leaving Pendleton, where he resided! enough surplus above expenses to
last fall, has gone home to Pilot Rock 1 several years, he was a resident of , place a few at least, of the pictures
for the remainder of the season. ! Baker City until a few months ago in our public school rooms. The real
George W. Lleuallen, of Athena, is Walker Allen, formerly oi the Bos- Purpose of the work Is to train and
in the city. He has ln 150 acres of ton Store, but whose residence is now! cultivate a taste for the best in art In
wheat, which Is looklntr finely, as Is at Wheelinc. W Va.. has ben to w cnimren.
all the wheat in that neighborhood. London. England, on a visit to his pa- In addition to this, the pupils of
nOI, too n,i,. r ,., 'ents. Hr will return huon and his r schoolf will get training of eye
Or and Mrs Curtis L Hawley and ' w'fe will meet him In New York city, and hand and brain in the making of
her lltUe daughter, of 'McCoy, Polki W. Morrison, of Sherman county. framfs. for, ,3,,c,h Pictures as the
county, are visiting the brothers. W. 1 came up to attend the funeral of his el ?p w 11 ,hf n,'le .t0 )"y. The clubs
H. and L, M. Hawley. of this place. ' father. John Morrld Morrison, at ,. . .".'sn tDe glasR;
. t e , lAthPnn Mr Mnrrlson. .Tr. lived near It .would not seem that an enterprise
n. u. ijnubhaii, ui uuu ui 0r this kind should rpniifrn t irrmt
r..1r. i t-- r t, ... , AdnniK plirhr. vears .removing fom 1 a"u"lu require a great
o34 o Ul :l: ' " ... ni1" ,.0c amount of advertising, but it Is honed
was in town yesteruay .Mr. swag- -- uu u, ifhat the ,,,. and lafJt, hcn-ofl
gan laieiy som to n. Aaams. me w. i that this exhibit will brine tn nur
& C. R. railway agent at this place,; O S. B. Hayden has received an ln;j community will he b 0ugh7home to
i""' , , ut ? ,.V !ever' tner and mother In our town
vv. a. Anderson went to walla f"rua"" UI J"i"i ' . and the clubs look for a continuance
waua touay to attend tne funeral oi "1B '" "UIU of the hearty support they have al
George H. Adams, who died in the ms association wun ine niu jiimary ways nail ln their work for a bottor
walla walla hospital from the effects cuueniy, is wu khuwh io umu i Pendleton,
of an accidental gunshot wound in ! dleton people. ;
the leg. On bis return he will stop!
at Adams THE MOOT COURT.
Dt. E. G Kirbv is the latest add! '
tion to the medical fraternity of Pen-, Many Patrons Were Out Last Night ing Tuesday afternoon
Qleton. With Us family he comes, to Hear the High School Pupils, i
from Elgin, Or. His office will be in; Tne high sch0ol assembly hall was I Tne Thursday Afternoon Club will
the Association block, and his real- iast nlcht nacked by the neonle who'hoId i,s ne-xt meeting Thursday, the
dence at 1014 East Court street Dr.,canie to hear the proceedings of thy, 18tn- at the home of .Mrs. C. B. Wade,
Klrby is from Rush .Medical College. 1 moot rollrt anti pvervbodv went awav . Locust Hill. The program will be
Parliamentary drill and ome dis
cussion of current events occupied the
time at the Parliamentary Club meet
I greatly pleased, and compllmenting i ome "r ,th.f JIastors ln Art and
1 . l. j l , i . i I Tho! r Work. Tn rwtnnnfla in tho mil
'skill and judgment displayed in thecaH the members will tell a short
! management of the case by boilij0,ur auull; rusi or nis worn.
fTAI7"DM0 AD T AT7D ! of the judge and witnesses Olen ' Several Club officers in Pendluton
iUliMO Ur Ujih Arnsplger was judge; the following! have received cards to an t ,.
v"""i,w VA UWIJJ Were the jurv. F. Pierce. G. Stanfield. , of the Athena Friday Club, to be given
!Elv Turnnr" Mm- Rust. Mahel Rev. n0 Wednesday evening.
Esteem, friendship and good iel-,nolds and Jamea WyrlcU: the prose-
Icuting attorneys were Robert Cronin1 Mr6. C. B. Wade.
I and Myrtle Dizney; the attorneys for( The Januar- number of the Exposi
the defendant were Dell Mccarty and tion. a monthly masazlne nublished
, , . .. . , I Nellie Jay; the clerk was Effle Smith; I at Portland in the interest of the Low-
jui biutb. is uiuciciii irum iiic tne witnesses. Glen scott, Furnishes and Clark fair and ably edited In
ordinary run. It is larger and Slater. Loren Harris. Henry Taylor, i Mrs. Edyth Tozier Weatherred. con
tains the following excellent article
concerning Mrs. C. B. Wade, president
' of the Oregon Federation of Women's
President Francis, of the Louisiana Clubs, and one of Pendleton's most
Purchase Exposition, will attend the, highly resi ectlve women
i dinner of the American Society in, Mrs. Wade enjoys the distinction of
London In honor of Washington's ' not only being the first president of the
birthday 1 Oregon Federation of Women's Clubs
' , tut is now serving the second term
a& the presiding officer of that organ
KXifSttX&sysxt i Izatlnn, Before Portland bad organ
r, . . . i ized a woman's club Mrs, Wade had
lowship should be sent
newer. iNew comic valentines. ! no wonKim, .nary w imams and
We. Viavn ualonMnec at all nnr-c . n,eI" Raker.
.. -- f 1 1
down to i cent.
TALLMAN & C2:
A FEW BARGAINS
7-roon i hnue with bath room, wood shed, cellar, good lawu with'
shade tret, on Lincoln street, near Bluff. A snap for $1300.
Tom Swearenger place ou Weft Alia street Two lota, good resi
dene. Only 12800.
Good 6-room hnu on West Alts. Corner lot. A bargain, $1000.
0 acres adjoining the city. Good 6-room house, good stable and other
building. Only $18.50.
320 acres, good houatt and bam, rood orchard, 30 acres in alfalfa, on
river, 12 mile from cttr .Tt $4000.
160 acres 5 ml lea from town, small house, plenty water. A good
projxwltlou to Ukt, $1CC0.
BUSINESS CHANCES The Oid Dtitch Henry Feed Yard.
S a g0oo mvei-'metit, r". Depot livery stable, only $71)0. Hayuen'f
8 confectionery stor- on Court street, at invoice price.
W. F. EARNHAR1,
jj; ABBOCXATTON BLOCK
gained for herself a national renuta
tion as a club woman of experience
and abllit). and In the club world to
day Is the beat known woman in the
In 1S94 .Mrs. Wade was made state
chairman of correspondence for Ore
gon by the general federation ot Wo
man's club3, and at the renuest of
.Mrs. Henrotln and other members of
the national board, allowed herself to
he reappointed at the biennial conven
tion at Louisville, Ky., in 1896. At this
convention Mrs. Lillian Smith, of the
Thursday Afternoon Club of Pendle
ton, was the first accredited delegate
to a biennial convention from Oregon,
Mrs. Wade having been detained en
routo by sickness. .Mrs. Wade has
kept herself in close touch with the
most progressive club women and
methods of work throughout tho Unit-
tlonal Civic League, and Is a life
member of the Oregon Historical As
sociation, nnd Is actively working for
the St. Louts exposition.
From "The History of the Woman's
Club Movement of America" we quote
"Her childhood was spent In a home
whore 'plain living and high thinking'
was the order of the day. All the
great social, theological and political
reforms and questions of the day were
talked oJar and discussed in her
father's house, as ln all New,England
homes. She grew up In the atmos
phere charged with the enthusiasm
and moral purpose brought Into life
by the Civil war
'phoned to Walla Walla to St.'
Paid's College, whore they knew I
nothing of Mr. Bard's whereabouts j
whethor ho had left town or not. He '
also tried to 'phone to Mr. Bard i
himself, but he could not be found In1
Walla Walla, and no one could ho'
found there who knew his where
abouts. Then Mr. Hotchklss went to the
Presbyterian church at 7:30 o'clock'
and requested the Janitor to pull the
11 res nnd put out the lights, supposing i
that Mr. Bard was not ln town. Mr.!
Hotchklss claims that he was at tho
Men's Resort from S:45 until 10 1
o'clock last night and heard nothing:
that apprised htm ot Mr. Bard's pres-
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sav. lis tho V...
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T UI 11
17 lbs. Sugar Ji.
'Like many other club women, Mrs.jcnce In town. The Incident will have
T J7- c
Wade Is an accomplished housekeeper,
but more than all a home-maker. She
is an Inspiration to her husband and a
lo-ing, careful guardian of her sons,
and a true and faithful friend. Mrs.
Wade has always been an advocate of
the higher Intellectual development of
women and a lover of the best litera
ture. She adds to her many other
qualities that of being a writer of no
to be passed up as a very clumsy one.
However, the city will have an oppor
tunity to hear the lecture, which Mr.'
Bard will deliver on the evening oft
Friday, the 20th.
Notes and Personals.
Miss Edna Thompson left for Salem
this morning to be the guest of Miss
Flo Hallock toe a few weeks.
Mrs. Collin Mcintosh, of Eugene,
who has been visiting Mrs F. S.
Younger for the past two weeks, will
return homo Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Frazler
will soon be at home to their friends
at the Matlock residence, on Thomp
son street, near Water.
A number of Invitations have been
issued to young people for a valentine
party to be given at the home of
Mrs. F. S. Younger this evening.
The Boys' Band.
The new band the hoys' hand
has effected an organization. Olln
Ainspiger Is president, Lee Drake sec
rotary. C. W. McLymnn treasurer
and director. Bort Mays librarian and
Frank Downey Is property man. A
constitution and by-lawB has beer,
adopted and tho band meets every
Tuesday and Thursday nights and
Sunday afternoon for practice. The
boys are said to he improving rapid
ly. Two new members with instru
ments, have been added. They are
John Bacon, alto; Lester Means,
K. Shoda, collector of customs at
Hakodate. Japan, has visited the New
York custom house for the purpose
of gathering Information regarding
the American tariff.
Struck Excellent Water. , Mrs. Fanny Hopkins has given $3,-1
William Neeman and Carl Kupers "On.nno bond as administratrix of the,
have returned from a trin un into ' tate of her late husband, Robert E.
Franklin county, Washington. Mr.
Xeeman, filed last summer after
harvest on a quarter section of gov
ernment land In Franklin county. Mr.
Neeman was told by the people living
in the neighborhood that water could
not be found thereon, and that the
soil was poor, and his neighbors gen
erally thought he was halr-bralned
Mr. Neeman replied by keeping his
own counsel and doing as he pleased.
He obtained the services of a "watei
witch," who told him ho could find
water at a certain place. He dug
there and found a great abundance of
excellent water at 2S feet depth. He
has since been offered S2.500 for hl3
rights to the place, but will not sell.
Instead, he will seed a large part of
the place to wheat the coming year.
Hopkins, of Tarrytown, N. Y.
220 acres, 90 in bottom,
IHIia: nne liter nrnhnrt 41; - t.
ruurouu siaiion, JU.UW).
80 Oacres and Rfin thn
, vv. nau:r i
rTlirOA ninrin. Bon,lnH. ,
aifaira two miles out,
720 acres a stock ranch l
summer range adjoining;
miles west. S2.500.
1 intr,B TT 1,1,. ,
" " wuiuuuA II
miles out, $1,500.
800 acres of wheat land, l!
irom I'enuicion, ?6,wu. . j
SCO acres a Camas Prairie
320 acre3, 100 tons hay :n
This Is a partial list; I harej
other stock and wheat farms foi
..CITY PROPERTY A SPECIaJ
I have a long list of dealrabJ
leiidences and business hoaiesl
callties to cult the buyer. I
E. T. WADE
Real Estate Dealer.!
t Patent Colt. Monkey Tops,
Vici Kid, Fine Dress Shoes,
Velour Calf, Blucher Pattern
All made of the best stock
and with the good, old-fashioned
Oak Tanned Soles
$3.00 and $2.50
In Box Calf, Volour and Vlci
All kinds of Babies' Shoes
ST. JOE STORE!
On Tuesday Next, February 17th,
We will put on sale the nicest up-to date line of
Ladies' Muslin Underwear shown iu Pendleton this
season. SPECIAL PRICES FOR ONE WEEK. Watch
our centtr window for display.
fust received, direct from the mills, loo dozen MEN'S
TW0-IN-0NE WORKING SHIRTS. These shirts are
worth 75c; our sale price only 50c.
Remember we are agents for the Cosmopolitan Paper
Patterns. Price 10c. None better.
The Lyons Mercantile Company
Hememlier: The lament stock of goods In the city to frdect from,
Yes, on the 1 BADER won
like to C U B A Customer
DENDLETON'S I I$ V0
OPULAR I afeflod
V UKUJriAisLNLr I I
LACE I nOWOIM
i-mutwe M&in anJ Wcbb Sttee
On Its Merit
Has the large demand for
Brers' Best Flou
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters id
to Byers Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made D)
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
LEGAL BLANKS JSL&SS.'
alogce of them. A foil sopply always kept s