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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, rEXDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, MAY 3, 19017.
Half Price Suit Sale Still Continues
This is the greatest offer ever presented to men in this city. NOT OLD SUITS, bag
potterns or heavy weights, but the finest and most desirable Spring and Summer suits.
All spic-span new styles, any suit in the lot would be considered a splendid value at the
regular price even in this store where prices are always below our would be competitors.
The materials embrace everything high-class, including the very finest pure Worsteds
These fine Suits are offered now
Everything up to and including $25 values go at half price and every
thing above $25 and all heavy weight suits are reduced ONE-THIRD.
Here's Your Chance to
Odd Pants at a
from The Peoples Warehouse stock at a
MEN'S AND BOYS9 UNDERWEAR
Now then buy your spring underwear, choose from the biggest stock in
the city, we're showing the finest line of men's union suits ever shown in
Pendleton and at moderate prices too, perfect fitting, perfectly made.
Come in and examine them before you buy, it's an education in under'
wear to see our goods.
IT THE R EVIVALS
NEYULY 70 AT KELIGIOlfo
MEETINGS OE INDIANS
Another Di'li'Knllon Arrives to Attend
Hie Inillim Services on Vnmtilla
Keneivatioii Sioux Hiler nnd In
(linn MlslnminrU's Conio From
Moiitnnii Full Day ' Meetings
l'liinmd fiir Tomorrow Evenings
He'vnled to TemiMrniiec.
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Hart Schjft ft tc M
The Peoples Warehouse Pay& to
WHAT TIME WILL THE CLOCK STOP ?
Ti: Hi ilia Mission, May 3. Delegates
continuo to arrive to attend tho evan
Kvl'stic conference at Tutullla which
brings tlio total number in attend
ance up to about 70. Anions thoso
present were two from Toplar, Mont.,
eiio a full blood Sioux elder and the
white missionary, Hev. E. J. Llndsey,
who has been unions the Sioux peoplo
for 19 years and speaks their lan
guage. A wave of interest went over
all on their arrival nnd more so when
each of these strappers spoke. Their
different lnnguaso added to the num
ber already spoken In and about tho
The meeting Friday night was a ral
ly In the interest of tho Christian En
deavor work. There were a number
of short and earnest talks In several
languages, but all were Interpreted so
that all could understand. The meet
ing did not break up till 12:10 a. m.,
but during nil' that time there was not
a lull In the meeting or the Interest
Five un'tPd with the society, but
these were mostly from the visiting
people. They unite her and desire
to return home after the meeting's
to their churches and reservations to
organize Christian Endeavor work
Tho dlfforent services all day Sun-
I day were of considerable Interest.
I They begnn at 9 a. m. Following
1 the morning sermon the new convert
wero baptized and then tho Lora s
Supper celebrated, and an offering
for benevolent purposes. The Sun
day school began at 2 p. m., followed
by the usual prayer meeting or ex
perience meeting at which time a
sharp ear could hear a number of
different languages, as all Christians
took some part In testimony, song
Sabbath evening was given to the
cause of temperance, and any of tho
talks would do Justice to any temper
ance campaign could they have been
understood by white barbarians. For
to the Indian ns to the old Roman,
all who do not know his language aro
barbarians. These peoplo call the
Sioux Indians the "Cut Throats," and
tho Sioux in turn called them tho
"Pierce Nose," an equally bad name.
But now they meet together In Chris
tian conference, as the Sioux elder
said last night, "Clothed In their right
mind,"' at the feet of Jesus Christ,
because His gospel made known to
both has made It all different.
Today at 2 p. m. the C. E society
has announced a social to which alt
are invited. And on Tuesday there
will' be held a Joint session meeting
of ministers and elders to arrange
for future meetings on the northwest
reservation. Tfies neonle hone to.
j send a delegate to the big Sioux en
campment in teptpmoer or tnis year.
J. M. C.
STOP HERE OX TOUR
OF THE NORTHWEST
June 11 18 the Day Set 'or the Windy
City Business Men to See This City
Will Visit Walla Walla and Ba
ker City the Same Day Commer
cial Association Will Entertain the
Visitors Visit Larger Cities of the
A special excursion train loaded
with business men from Chicago will
arrive In Pendleton, June 11. The
Itinerary of the train has Just been
announced and the above is the day
on which the members of the Windy
city commercial association will
spend an hour or more in the county
seat of Umatilla county.
All the principal cities of the west
are to be visited briefly an an oppor
tunity will be presented the excur
sionists to see the beauties of the
country as well as the cities. The
visitors will be taken in charge by
the Pendleton commercial associ
ation noon their arrival here and It
Is probable that they will be given
en auto ride through tne wneai oeii,
though the full details of the recep
tion and entertainment will be arrang
Following is the Itinerary as an
nounced by the secretary or tne f-ni
film Ansoclatlon of Commerce:
May 31 St Paul, Minneapolis, Far
.T,m 1 Fareo. Valley City, James
town, Bismarck, Manden, Dickinson.
June 2 Billings, Livingston, note
June 3 Bozeman, Helena, Butte,
June 4 Spokane.
June 6 North Yakima, Ellensburg,
June 7 Seattle.
June 8 Belllngham, Everett.
June 10 Portland.
June 11 Walla Walla, Pendleton,
June 12 Boise, Nampa, Idaho.
June 13 Salt Lake City, Ogden.
June 14. Rawlins, Laramie, Chey
enne. June 15 Pueblo, Denver.
June 16 Kearney, Neb.; Grand
Island, Lincoln, Omaha.
June 17 Chicago.
The special train equipment will
consist of five apartment cars, one
diner, one observation car, and pos
sibly a baggage car. There will be
between 40 and 50 delegates. .
Anion? the leading members or tne
association who have signified their
intention to Join the party are David
a TJ-orean. Richard C. Hall, tawin
Sherman, Frederick H. Rawson, W.
C. Shurtleff, F. S. Shaw, w. m.
Thompson, R. U Morley, J. E. Clen
ny and Charles Folds.
MTTiTJONS SAVED BY
PREVENTING COLORADO JtHUSl
r.ranrt Junction. Colo. Two hun-
j4 thousand "smudge" pots watch
ed through the night by an army of
men, women and children, have proD-
ablv saved the fruit crop 01 wuuu
Valley, estimated this year to be
worth 33,000,000, from destruction.
All during the night the country from
Debeque and Palisade to Frulta and
Loma was lit by the glare of the fire
pots distributed throughout the or
chards, practically every able-bodied
man and scores of women and chil
dren in the fruit district staying up
all night to replenish the fires. The
valley resembled a huge charcoal bed.
Outside th sumdllng districts the tem
perature fell as low as 20 degrees and
orchards were badly damaged.
Buying Fever In Wool.
Boston, May 3. A buying fever in.
wool Is apparent. It is more in avl
dence in those sections where wool is
to be obtained in quantity than, sea
board markets, where only casual sup
plies are available. Reports fromi the
growing sections indicate that the
competition of buyers Is greater than
at any previous period since thw en
actment of the Dlngley duties oa wool.
The election of President McKinley
in 1896 was followed by a sccambla
for- wool because of the certainty ot
a tariff tax upon the product The
present fever is duo to a thretened
shortage in supply at the mirls. It
necessrlly indicates a greater de
mand: for- manwfactumd goods than
generally has been supposed to exist,
and a more rapid consumption of raw
mateirial at the mills has been deemed
Contracting continues at a vigorous
rate In all graving sections.
A $1 sailor given free with every
$5.0 purchase at the Vogue Millin
ery. Come arly and get yonr cholc
Harris & Idleman, props.
GALL FOR WARRANTS.
All' roai fond warrants registered
during-til months of Aug. Sept;.
Octi, Nwr,. and Dec., 1908, Jan. and
Febv 19&9, will be paid at my offlee
li the county court house apon pne
sentatloa. Interest ceased, upon due
Datsd Pendleton, Oregon, Aprlli
1908. G. W. BRDLBT.
What time will the clock stop?
Lost Man's gold watch, Elgin
make. Return to Will Pcnlandi or
What time will the clock stop?
IF IT'S GOOD WE NAVE IT I
. Read This.
J. I Vaughn, 122 W. Court street,
phone Main 139, local agent for the
Pacific Electric Iron, states there will
be an advertisement In Colliers
w..iri Anril 10 and In the Satur
day Evining Port April 24, describ
ing the good qualities or w racmo
Hot Point iron.
w iiav some that is In our way,
if you need lumber for any purpose
mm, ana see what we are orrenng
Oregon Lumber Yard, Alta street op
posite Court house.
The Dime Theater has discontinued
giving away gold watches and will
give a better show instead.
Alfalfa, Fruit and Garden Land at the same price they are asking for h
poorer sand lands.
Plenty of water on every acre.
Early seasons and no frosts. Better get busy and look into this now. This
land will double in value during the next two years.
If you are interested fill out the blank below
Cut Out and Mail to Us.
FOX & CASH
Care of Hotel Pendleton, Pendleton, Ore.
Please send me a copy of your "Homeseekers
Guide"kwith Information concerning the Umatilla
FOX & CASH, Hotel Pendleton