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una, untwriinn, i-twuLtiuw, UHLUUN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 190J.
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The Peoples Greatest Outfitters
.atamn's Most Fetching
ADVANCED FALL SHOWING
new things for correct dresses w.ll be seen at Alexanders
1 1. np r( ti ' H nlppnn XT 1 r- .
VceK. ) '""i "uvemes, yCibeliner and Mole
i in the rouch materials will predominate wliiln inr ,i
favor the smooth finish, wool, Peau de Soie, Tmcrce Panne
ane auu uuoi . w ...... "tavcs win greet you Our
sivf deigns in waistings are marvels of the weavers
feveiy market improvement has been scuched for the
land best Each importer with styles of importance will
Presented here. In selecting the fall line our one aim was
the best and latest Utir experience this past season has
j us the markets choicest material found a much quicker
Let us show you through the stock
PlllDE OF UMATILLA
NEWS OF MILTON
kNJOY A GOOD SMOKE ?
atllla. Made at Home.
Try Pendleton Boquet and Pride
A. RHODE, Maker.
Rev. Dixon of St. Louis Will Take
Charge of the Institution About
September 1 Several Visitors From
a Distance Have Returned Home
Milton is Represented in Walla!
Milton, Ore.. Auk. 21. .Miss Lucy
Plants, of Ballard, Wash., is here vis
iting her brother, U 11. Plants.
Mrs, c. W. Thomas ana children
departed Wednesday for Spokane,
where they will visit relatives and
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. rtundell. who
have been here the guests of Mrs. M.
A. Camp for the past month, took
their departure- yesterday for their
home at Mount Vernon, Iowa.
Miss Daisy Marsh, of Elgin. Is vis.
lting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Marsh. She, was accompanied by
Miss Mary Krebs, of Pendleton.
Mrs. M. Stewart Smith, who has
been here visiting her brother, Tassey
Stewart, has returned to her home at
San Jose, Cal.
Miss Cora Morrlflold went to Walla
Walla yesterday, where she will be j
the guest of her aunt and uncle Mr.
and Mrs. J. I, Elnm. I
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Craig and Mr. ,
and Mrs. n. E. Frailer came down -from
the Tollgate Tuesday, where for
the past week they have been rusti
cating. Mrs. II. K. Stevenson and daughter
lien this moraine for their home at i
N'ez Perce. Idaho, after a week's visit
with Mrs. M. M. nittebrandt.
Mrs l.enora Storm went to Walla l
Walla today on a shopping expedition. 1
Mrs William Talbert came home !
Our now goods aro coming in very fast and wo arc wondoring
whrre wo will put thai. Oonio to our tJtoro Saturday and holp us
make room for a fow more goo.1s Wo will make price iudui'emunts
to please you.
Notice a Few of the Cats In Summer Stuffs
Hov's and men's summer underwear, per garmont, tOc. Men's
50c shirts, light or dark, for SATURDAY, 30e. hadios' sleovelo
vests, 10c anil 13e kiuds, 8 for 25c. Lrdies' lace hoto :50c and 40c
kind, for Saturday 25c per pair. Children's and ladies' lace hose, 25c
kind, 10c per pair. Ladies waists $2.40 kind now $1.75, $2 now $1 35
$1 75 kind now $1. 25, $1 kind now 75c, 75c and 50c kind now 30c.
All lawns and dimities worth 10c and less, Saturday only Icyard.
All lawns woith 25c and less, for Saturday only 15c yard. 20 pairs of
ladies' shoes, odds and ends, snull sizes 50c pair. All slippers mid
oxfords, 25 per cent off of the regular price. Zephyr ginghams for
Saturday only, Sc yard.
THE F J
The Place to Find Genuine Bargains
E GROUSE SEASON
Opens Saturday, August the firs , and
you will need a new gun and ammuni
tion. Wc have the finest line In the city
of doublo barrel shotguns and repeat
ers Call and examine our line before
purchasing, as we can save you
T i ednesday from Pendleton, where
a J she had been the guest of friends lor Hall Calne'o Masterpiece to Open the
. a few ilfiVH
season acpiemoer i, j
The cunt of the theatrical season
in Pendleton will be "The Christian,"
which opens its engagement nt the
Frailer theater September 1 The
production haR the reputntlon of be
ing the finest leaving the Kant this
The story of the piny Is almost too
well known to require repetition. It,
opens on the Isle of Jinn. The daugh- (
lur 01 a ciergjinuii u.iory yuiijiej
Mrs L. G. Reeee, formerly of Mil-j
ion, but later of Hay Creek, Ore.. Is
here visiting friends. For two years
Mrs. Iteese was teacher of elocution
in Columbia college, and her many
friends and old students are more
than delighted to so? her.
Mrs Annn Hull and children have
returned from Pendleton where, for
several days they wore visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Win S. lirown.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Smalley came
over today from their home at Walla
Walla, and in the morning will leave
for Tollgate for a week's outing.
New President of Columbia.
J! The hoaid of Columbia college have
jl, ' secured for their president, Hov.
.lames Maine nlxuu, or St. Louis, Mo.
.Mr. Dixon will arrive here about the
! first of September.
'-Ilir,I',I,l'5-4-W4,4',l,"I,,IMI"l,4"I"I,,,ll,I"I"I"J"I"ll4Ml"i-4'4'4''lMl"5 j in Wall- Walls Mnfinltnl
HtWmWtHW44Mtt'!''H'H' ' j w. Dlemorn ieft yostorday morn
ing lor the hospital at Walla Walla
I to receive medical treatment.
Serious Case of Paralysis.
, Mrs.. Martha Wallace Is lying serl-1
ously ill at her homo eight miles i
south of town, of paralysiB, and grave
doubts are entertained concerning her '
IPSON HARDWARE Co.
Iain St. Headquarters for fishing supplies
HAVE YOU TRIED
RICA U0FFEE in one pound Packages
MOCHA COFFEE in one pound pacKagt-s
Teas, Extracts and Baking Povder
Our GOLD L1-..U
absolutely pure and
the BUST COOKS
THE hOLb Lh&fr BRAM"
COFFEE & SPICE Co., IS''
has won the heart of John Storm, a
man of position, tho son of a lord
who has an nmbltlon that his boy
turn his talents to politics.
John Storm has grown to manhood,
with the possibilities of Ills Jiosltlon
for a lite of ease and one of honor In
his grasp, but ho sees more In life
than tho mero glory of a political
campaign. With a heart burning to
uplift humanity, to follow the stops
of the lowly Nazarcnc, and go among
tho fallen and tho outcasts of the hu
man lace, ho finds but one obstacle
In his path, the love for his playmate,
To Pendleton One Day Only
SATURDAY AUG. 29
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
G R EAT
n. mih A ivnvr rt FtM ti .fJC
CHILD'S CORPSE IN CAN.
a Getting 11
1 Couple Whose Boy Shot Himself Ac-
1 cidcntally Carry Body on Train.
T Mmiimirsilintn P:l Alii? '! Tile
bloodstained (orpse of a 5-year-old
TI iKn WHS OJHCOveitMl yewieiimj uy iu-
1 1 baggageman on a Pittsburg, Virginia
e ! & Charleston railroad train en route
' Wire you ever stage struck " ask
ed the romantic maid. "No," replied
the pidc-tleal youth, "but I was run
i er by an automobile once ' ('hl
( auo News
rc overcome. Iiy I;ylla 15. IMnk
tuiia's Vegetable CuiuiiotiiiiL
pud Niiiinmiitioti from a man m the gun biiiucv A full -to-k
to Dravosburg The body wab paik
ed tightly In a large coffee can and
was wrapped In the blood-soaked
folds of a woman- dress. The only
mark on the body was a bullet hole
In the breast. The can was deposit
ed in the baggage car at Wallcruurp
. ! a mau and woman who said ttiey
; would take It off at Dravosburg their
1 destination. When Dravosburg wnt
I reached the touple wore arrested
Thej said their names were .Mr and
, Mrs. Isaac Jublller, of Tucker, and
' that the boy was their win, who had
! iu i-ldeutall shot himself with his
I fathers revolver. When they found
I he was dead they decided to keep the
I matter unlet and bury him private
15. O. Huimmng
ATE NORMAL SCHOOL
C1W All W
Muniaoulli, On son
1 ruining tch'Kil lor tmcher tourbemt
ranged eM.ecllly lor tr.inlng tcBcl.tr. l-r
all tranche, of tlie piolewlon. Mobt ap
proved incthol lor praded Md npBi!
Hork taught In actual ilt-t'Ict : tcliool. The
dcir.nd 8or graduate, of this .choel
teacher., far exceed the upplr rne
tralulug deiiariment which cou.i.t. ol a
nlno g rid public scliool of about AO put ll
li well equipped iu all V bwnchef li lad
ing L'ojd Sluile. Uriwing unit J nynlcttl
UaliilBR. The Miruml cour.r the l-M and
iuiX.t .v to htiittf rertlllcate. Kail term
.:;.. K.t.ipnilur Kor Caialoiuo or in
Or J. N Uutler. Kec
j; I) Revl'r, I'rw.
Notice to the Public,
I wish to announce that I have rc
turned and cau be found ut my studio
near the bridge. During my absence
from the city I visited tho principal
gallerlos of Tacoma, Portland, Seat
tie and Victoria. I have brought harl;
erlnl and the newokt and '
most up-to-date processes In the mak
ing or artistic uhotograpns.
alw. euuinutd to turn out the
thine 111 UlOUUtS. It is
newest anil most artistic
seen in Pendleton
A GIGANTXG COLLECTION
Hemote, barliarlc and tinpoiplrd l.u.Js, from the liV.iJ em s of Hie p"U. to tlw
hot .limes of the l:iiii.ttor, forest f.i-i-n -, iup.-m tr i le juiij'li-, ! ruing l-f't1j
nioiiiH.illl cr ii;s md the hinul l ibis i.ir uml'il uti J pn .! ;n J li ykVcU
tbdr Strang. Members of the Amin.il W-iU In n C iMPI I II! t. It .ANTIC.
CJU.bCMON that Ids unit Ixl. .re ken mmisIuj lln hi-l ik-iMuge, vtKft
the P.itn.mli N.'ihasM'inHe Iih e.r.indci.lli'tS.n in ti-e Ail.. 1o ir.-rie (r.im th
phui.in downpeur, the IIiilIs, Bc.lsN and tf i tilu. .f the c rlh. Obln t Ii'".(hib In
.ii.iin.itcd nature brought 1" yi r ' d"' rs. All cirtli'a Uean.ns, ei.il t.a.ir.H
Animils famed I'.r their Icmmi .ruityor hcmtv.ul 1 !i inl' !k the lioi-t sprjl'
incus .iliveof the huge W-s!-swe ''ing llipp'l"'l " 'i. M f'W ( I'.irfc, Men-.ter L'lo-
ph.mts. I:criki...is CjrnK us I.i. ns, I re kIm i .'.i . Ti, .r (ri.m Imln, Hci-tlfi I
btriped Zebras, ,md all of the Mi. nine ini.e-t rs of the sri, jwn,;le imJ feti-l.
StLinge forms.if life from lei i. t- l.md. Hi of l '.t, In!1' t ph m..f 1 "1
the IsLnds of the South, and Hi ins i U if utmr M.uif.i . I . n ;inirnal
100 CAGES-DENS-LAI RS
NCCECiArY TO HGUf,r. THC
. - i nnn rrnin ir.iiii.ri iiwm'ii Till! IMIPII
MIhh rennrd cured after doc- , otAjUH VI) I JlillKS LAWW EVKH.
tors iiiueu mi nt;i .
NO OTHER SHOW EVER ABDPD SO MANV ATTHACHONS IN OWE
SEASON, AS THE CAMPBELL BROTHLHS HAVC fOH THIS Vtihj
'!.ill:i J!. J'lllkltuill'M VCKC-
one of me
Call and see It.
table Com pound cured mo after
doctors hail failed, and I want,
other girls to know nlwut it. Dur
ing menstruation I suffered most
Intenso pain low in the abdomen
and in my limbs. At other times I
had a heavy, dctuessed fcoliriK
which liiado my work bcciii twice
as hard, and 1 grew palo and thin.
Tho medicine tho doctor gave mo
pITAL AND SURPLUS, $300,000.00
1 Minneapolis quotations received direct at the
If . st extensive private wire system in the worm.
I.Stall,i. Of fill!
P"lt lianT aotojrt SWMt
B. E. KENNEDY, Mgr.
Will Reopen Thlr Meat Market,
.ri. onhun. t, nreulieli Meat U
j ue n.-.. - .1,,, i it ..... . - , - - i
repoen their meal maihei of course, J could not Uo tnau
ataoa op " i flimllr wif.ui u)
did not do nio one bit of good, find
r ,v,iu ilinrniiL'lilv dlscouraircd. 1 he
doctor wanted mo tostoi) worn, uui,
not uo inau j
tako fijdia H.
with a nrat-cliuw line or irei " I j.jujjimmV VKtalI Compoiiiid
cured meat and sau.age of a klnde, . l$lgtu.iu.rtU)r tttkillJf tho ilrst
tngerated, lDurin pamiaiiit " r rami . am am now
ii i n i u . o i
...iw.i...uno niAnt 'Phone
gCHWARZ ft GIlBL-UfH
MAKING OUR SHOW
NOW THE LARGEST IW THE ENTIRE WORLD
VOU CAN NEVEH AFrORO TO MISS THE
GRAND STREET PAGEANT
In llie I'urcnoon. Well worth a Journy of 100 MU to Imptt.
TWO SHOWS DAILY nt. i and 7 p. in.
Mu.euiiiittiio.lxl ili. i mi mciit l lb
it lli-ur ilvrn l i ilqi Ik A .
uui. ami JltltlMMlreilM l'.f.Jl r
Hay Press for Sale.
h l I.lmIiIv the butcher at Atheua
i t No 1 hay pies..
i ra. li .'11 new
uhiih he will trade
in perfect huultli.imd I urn so grate-
, fal for it.M Miss Ubowuk Mkxabw, i
537 JJ.l2iid W, New York City. 1
liOOO forfait ,l or'glmu Of aw ''"
Lydlft V.. JMnkliuin'H "WtfftijW"
ttU other incuns lmvu lutlwd.
IELATERITE l Mineral Rubber.
VUl' MA!.MfN.nV.Vc!l!.''y'". IIKIM( It A WohN-Ol T ..(K.f
akes th, place of uliliigiei., tin, iron, .ar i . .... " '
rooflugs. Tor llat ana iep n , ' . . ,5r
Tenmeri for all clltnauis. iteasoimwie m i-ui.. nm i". -
... ... ...Hflnaaiiil Infui-niatli.Ti
teed. It win pay to an iw
rut B( ATPniTE HOOPINd CO.
Worcester Bulldlna- m.rr"
i ... "Ik.