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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1902.
BASEBALL MEN ARE
GETTING INTO SHAPE.
Children's, Misses' and
We have on our bargain
counter now a few broken
lines of Children's, Miss
es' and Ladies' Shoes,
which we offer you at
prices that will surprise
you. The prices are low,
but the goods are of the
best quality. You will
get the cut price on these
Shoes whether you ask
for it or not.
DINDINQER, WILSON & CO.
Successors to Clearer Brotheri.
THE NEGATIVE WON.
Academy Debate on Friday Afternoon
"Resolved, That the World la Grow
JnK Better." The netrative won.
That was the question debated be
tween the studentB of the Pendleton
Academy Friday afternoon. This was
the most spirited and warmest con
tested debate of the series that have
been going on for several months.
Every speaker put his or her whole
aoul into the subject under discussion
.and many good points were brought
mat would have been a credit to
much older Deonle who havn had
more practical experience In the
tilings or the world.
The negative side was rnnrpqnntpri
"by Delia Beagle, Myrtle Hawks, Grace
jrocnett anu Elsie Garrett, while the
affirmative side of the question was
debated by Joe Kennoilv. Th
Porter and Earl Yates, Ruby White-
more, who was to have spoken on this
side, being unable to attend on ac
count of illness.
The debate was won by the nega
tives, the decision of the Judges be
ing 2 to 1.
Vereln Eintracht Dance.
There is to be a grand ball at Ar
mory hall, Monday, March 31, by the
Verein Eintracht Society. Tickets
for lady and gentleman $1; extra
ladles' tickets 50 cents. Tickets are
on sale at Joe Ell's, V. Stroble's and
Joe Basler's. No objectionable char
acters admitted. V. STROBLE,
Twelve building lots in block 14, on
the north aide of the river in Raley's
Addition. Fine location and well grad
ed. Inquire of N. W. Potwine, Pendle
K".Cp"x Coming and Wilner Signed and
Others Being Figured With.
Much "knocking" is being clone at
the Alta street baseball grounds to
day. As a general thing "knockors"
are not appreciated by the general
public, but the kind that have been
at the ball grounds all day are ap
preciated by the management of the
basoball club. It had been announc
ed through the papers that a "fencnig
bee" would be held .today to give
every enthusiastic sportsman a
chance to take a hand in the building
of the fence around the grounds, bo
this morning two or three dozen men
aud boys appeared on the scene and
the merry sound of the hammer has
been incessant ever since.
Story Cannot Come.
Every effort is being made to secure
good players and at the opening of
the season it is exnected that thn mi.
periority of the Pendleton club over
mc otner emus in this section- of the
country will bo made manifest. If
mere are weak spots in the team
they will be strengthened. The team
was practically completed yesterday,
and it would have been in shape to
have lined up in regular order against
Atnena March 3u, but news was re
celved yesterday from the catcher
Bert Story, of Anaconda, stating that
an accident had befallen him and
that he would not be able to take
part in the games with the Pendleton
team tor several weeks, if he could
at all this season. Story was em
ployed in the concentrators nt Ana
conda and the story of his accident
13 as follows: On the moraine of the
lotn ne was going to his work and
it had been the custom of the nm-
nloves to ride on the front nf
the compressed air locomotives. On
this occasion some one had ciosed the
heavy doors to the concentrator build
ing and the engine crashed into
with the result that Story was thrown
off and was unconscious for a half
hour. He was taken to St Ann's
hospital, and after an examination it
was found that several ribs and his
collar bone were broken. He writes
under date of March 19. saving that
he is getting along very well and that
nis puysician says he will have him
out within a month. If he does, ami
other permanent arrangements? hnvA
not been made, he will probably join
the local team. Story's inability to
join the team Is regretted by Mr.
rri 1 i , . .... I
mer anu me rest or the men, asj
they expected good work from him. j
o u. uciouuiii Lrienii nr m. a.
Clemens, the short-stop, who has seen
Story play and says that he is a won
der. His loss to the locals will
severely felt, but steps have already
been taken to fill un the gan mnilp
by his unfortunate accident. Robert
Brown, last year with the Portland
team, is expected to arrive in a few
days to take Story's place until a
regular catcher can be obtained. The
management is now negotiating for a
ter members, ton of whom wore mem
bers of the local camp. The new cir
cle starts off under very flnttorlng
auspices, its membership being com
posed of many of the representative
ladles aud gentlemen of that thriving
The following i3 n iist 0f the new
ortlofirS whom she Installed, and to
Whom wan Imparted the beautiful and
impressive ritualistic work of the or
der: Past guardian neighbor, Rose
luppey;, guardian neighbor, Kather
ine MffSnowden; adviBer, Nellio DeS'
n.iln: Hnrlf. I.nrv Mnnnvnnliln? Iinnlr.
er, Lottie Milem; magician, Belle
Harpole; attendant, Matilda McRey-
noius; captain or guards, Jiiiizauetii
Gibbs; musician, Gertrude Glbbs; I.
s., Irene Aineni; u. s., xMartua aw.
Reynolds; managers, F. W. Boynton,
i.eon Aviiom ana urace uoynton.
L. M Watrus, of Adams, is in town
Robert Hale, a prominent farmer
irom McKay, was in town yesterday.
D. B. Richardson, nun nf tlio nrom
inent business men of Helix, sptrnt
Friday in town.
.T. J. Gnnilninn anil Tlflv. TT. WT
Voght, of Milton, were registered nt
the Golden utile hotel last night
Dan Shockey, employed with the
Pendleton Electric Light Company, is
suffering with an nttack of sciatic
John Johnson, who has been visit
ing his sister. Mm. A. H. Wprllinff
- , . "i
of this citv the nast. two wfnlrn lnft
triuay evening lor his home In Chi
JLr. and Mrs. A. H. Todd have ask-
ed the East Oregonian to express to
the people their thanks for the kind
ly attentions shown them during the
recent search for the body of thnlr
son, JSlza, who was drowned.
The Right Rev. Lemuel Wells. h!nh
op of the Enisconal dlocpsn nf Rnn
kane, will arrive In Pendleton Sunday
and win be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
C. S. Jackson Sunday night and Mnn.
day. He will lecture to the Ladies'
Auxiliary or tne ujpiscopal church on
Sheriff Blaklev. accomnanloH hv
two deputies, will -leave tomorrow
morning for Salem, where ho copr fn
deliver G. M. Sherwood, alias Captain
aicuook, and Harry Butterfleld and
Calvin Lester, over to the warden of
the state penitentiary, with whnm
they will board for three and a hnlf
two and a half and two vparc mmiw.
CONFIRMATION SERVICE AT
THE CHURCH OF THE REDEEM
ER Tomorrow iPalm Sunday at
the Church of .?. Pnlnnmnr. Hie
apostolic rite of confirmation will be
administered by the bishop of Spo
kane, tho lit. Rev. Lemuel ti. vvoiis,
n r .l.n le tnl.-lnn- thn ilntv fnr
. J . A-. II 1IU 1 .J Villi. ..... . -
ttlnlinn ATnrrlR. nf Hi In fUncCSC. ThO
onrvlnn will tnm ulnnn nt 7?S0 II. III..
and villi bo followed by a sermon by
thu officiating bishop. The oitertory
solo, "Tho Palms," will be sung by
Mr. Bort Carl, the rest of the music
being taken by the vested choir.
m t! iutttjp.h snnTH m a. m..
Sunday school. I. E. Earl, BUporlnton-
aent; 11 a. m., preaching, suujuui.
'The Call to Lffo"; 7:30 p. m., pneach-
Inn. oiihlnnf. "nnnlnl'c TTnlMl"? I'i- 30
ti m 'Rnn'nrth T.nairiie. Ind hv S. K.
Lipscomb, subject: "Are the opportu-
nlftoa fnnlllMna nnil rpsntirrnn nf tllp
church sufilclnnt for tho evangeliza
tion of the world in this generation?"
E. B. Jones, pastor.
nHRTRTfAN flHTTRfiH Services
at the court house tomorrow as fol
lows: Sunday school, 10 a. in.;
nponnlitni 11 n ni.. militant' "Nnt
V.V.U....1Q, - ... -- I, ' J "
Vnt"? .lutilnr F.nilpnvnr 3 n. m Y. P.
S. C. E., G:30 p. m., Miss Collison
lnnrlni- nrnnnhhitr 7:30. mihifint: "God
Suing for Peace With Man." R, A.
Preaching services nt 11 a. m. and
TrHO 11. m Sunday snhnol at 10 a.
m .Tnntnr 'Riiilnnvnr Snnlntv at 3 n. i
m.; Senior Endeavor Society at 0:30
p. m. h. j. zercuer, nctmg pastor.
RAIjVATION ATHfY MEETING
Tills evening at the Salvation Army
hall, the social work of the organiza-
r nn w no mtrntoi iv Ktnrennti-
con views. Tomorrow, tho meetings
will be at the usual hours, and on
Wednesday, the 2Cth. Major Dubbin,
nf Portland, will nnrnll now mmnlinrs
and give a fine baby boy away. Every
one cordially invited to attend these
.FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
10 a. m Sunday Bchool; 11 a. m
nreaching bv Rev. R. W. King, of the
uaptist church; 3 p. m Junior C. 15.;
G:45 p. m., Senior C. E.; 7:3d, preach
ing. Ail are cordially Invited. Rob
ert J. Dlven, pastor.
BRIDGE LAW DISRE
GARDED BY CATTLEMEN.
Notwithstanding Fines Are Provided,
No One Suffers for Endangering the
On Thursday a number of cattle
were allowed to run across the Main
street bridge, straining tho structuro
to tho utmost and endangering the
lives of several people on tho bridge
at the time. Thoso who had charge
of the cattle carelessly drovo tho
bunch to tho north approach of the
bridge and nliowed most of tho cattle
to run on tho structure. The cattlo
should have boon divided at a greater
distance from the bridge and a few
t of them allowed to cross at a time.
Until the authorities take someone
before the recorder and tax them sev
erely for their ignoring the law, this
practice will continue. It is a dally
occurrence for teams to be trotted
over the bridge, notwithstanding tho
signs on the structure wnrning peo
ple not to do so under penalty of a
fino. But so fnr no one has been
fined, nor the bad practice discourag
ed. Some day a life or two will be
sacrificed by the indulgence, and Pen
dleton will be out from $7000 to $10,
000 to roplnco tho bridge.
Says thumbs down jn thet
game of politics. We sar '
thumbs up when it comes ft
fine coffees. Our "Owl Spe
cial" which sells at ,tc w.
A man who boasts that nobody can
change his mind, usually has not
much mind to change.
Everything that has come
along at that price. It has at
exquisite flavor all its own
that imitators cannot imitate
jOSTTkv It Once.
Owl Tea House
Cheapest place in Oregon.
Pendleton Ukiah Stage Line
Huston & Carney, Prop's.
Leave Pcndloton every day at 7 o'clock
except Sunday, for rilot Hock. TCva
Ridr-n. Alhn hi1 TTHnl. '
CT-F " - VWU Re
commodationB. Reason able freight and
City office at Tallman A On'
Btorn , '
ST. JOE STORE SCENE
OF A GREAT BIG LUNCH.
For a First-Class article in
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
Knox Is Coming.
Richard Knox, who played last year
wnn the bpolcane team, is expected
this evening. He is an outfielder and
is sam to he a wonder.
Wilner Is Signed.
Robert Wilner is -here and has slcn
ed with the local team. He played
wnn racoma last year.
The management has all the nlav
ers in view, but thev do not nnrfi
to give out the names until they have
Deen securea by a signed contract.
Butte Not Coming.
Manager John J. JtfcCloskey, of the
initio uasehall club, who is at Spring-
ueiu, ui says that he had a cned th
whole team with the exception of two
pitchers. The Butte team as it now
Catchers. Zearfoss and MoTin
pitcher, Burns; first base, McCIoakey;
second base, Ward; third base, Mar
shall; left field, Treadway; center
field, Houtz; right field, Porham;
utility man, Copeland.
It Is thought that tho team will .go
to Salt Lake for practice.
NEW CIRCLE FORMED.
Several Hundred People Enjoyed
Hospitality of Genial Storekeeper.
E. JI .Lyons, proprietor of the St.
Joe store, has adopte da novel plan
to get acquainted with his customer?!.
Al' f'-' "if he has been advertising
uirougn me papers and by hand bills
that he would serve free lunches in
nis store, beginning at 12 o'clock to
day and lasting until 4 in the after
noon. He has a larpp nlntfnrm .nr.
ning through th ecenter of his store
and this was fixed with a lunch rmm.
ter where all could go and partake of
a bounteous meal constating r.f onrwi.
wiches, pickles,' coffee and other
uinas or substantial food that was
prepared by E. L. LeRoy and wife.
At this counter as many as two or
three hundred people had eaten at 3
o'clock. In the back of the store Is
a place prepared for Indians, and 200
of tho subjects of Uncle Sam, from
iuv umauua reserve, have taken ad
vantage of this chance of obtaining
a free lunch.
Nice ones cither
WELTS OR TURNS
$3.50 and $4
ST. JOE STORE.
Special Sale of Ladies' Kid Gloves
ei.haAu,recelve direot from the manufacturers. 600 'pairs
Iiadies'Kld GloveH. We will pu t these gloves on sale
MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 4tu. 8AI1E WILL CONTINUE
I UK ONE WEEK ONLY.
We will oiler our $1.50 grade for $1.25. Wo will oiler our $1.2fi
grade for $1.00. We give u guarnntee with every pair of these
gloves. If they do not give satisfaction, gloves can he returned
und a new pair given in place, or money refunded. These are
certainly the best gloves over oflered in this city for the price.
f m V- 1,utr0(.1ce our love". un1 when the Bale
week ends, we positively will uot Bell for lesH than regular prlcB
THE LYOK8 MERCANTILE CO.
Miss Sumner Organizes One at Uklah
.Miss Bertha M. Sumner.
or tne grand circle, Instituted a now
circle of the Women of Wnniinmft nt
I'Kiaii last Tuesday with thirty char
A $10.00 SHOE
H not properly fitted is not worth 30c.
As it not only injures the feet, but does not wear.
Our Shoes at $3 and $3.50
they fit and consequently give excellent service.
Pendleton Shoe Company 634tt"
A CASE OF SCARLET
FEVER IN TOWN.
Daughter of P. H. Fee Taken Sick at
School Measles Appears.
The little daughter of Policeman P,
H. Fee and wife hnn npnrinf rn
school and wont home. Dr. Colo was
summoned and ho nmnrnmnori
une was comlncr down with thi iio.
ease and the house was Immediately
muiaiiuiiuu. several other cases
have been reported from tho inwnn
part of town, but no iiofinito infn.mn
uon or wno they are can be ohtained
Health Offlcor Colo says that he
knows of no other cases, and if there
aie otnors they are being kept quiet
Two cases of measles
ported in town. They are tho wife
anu cimiu or Dean Schuil, of Cosby
Hirf-i. Between Tustin and Bluff
stie.-ts. No stops have yet been taken
by the health officer to investigate or
A Fine Patent
Enameled Calf Skin
You will noed them with those
Now taster Clothes,
Styles that Bear
The Stamp of Fashion. That is the sort
of Hats that make up our line. You will
find no better styles, no better materials,
no better workmanship, no better prices
than we offer you. Our reputation is the
result of Sixteen Years in this one line and
we are proud of our reputation for honest
C9T3T SS BACK OF EVERY HAT WE MAKE.
-uwv. a uu
nvory wagon became frightened whon
near the home of Sheriff W. M. Blalc
ley, Bouth of tho -nnhllo
w "Vtiuui, into
miornoon anu Decame unmanageable,
wuh uiu result mat too wagon was
turned over and badlv iinmniiai.n,i
w- W.MUU Mi.
uiu Boumern ena of Main street. A.
m ye was driving and he was
thrown OUt and drniFirnrl or. ai
"OO MUtltU U1D"
ium.o, out escaped serious injury.
O-ll . ... . " ... uvuu
aviuun ana mvseir in n tniim- at.nn i
room formorly occupied by Wheoler'8
1'IIUIU HLUQIO. tllan a Tipnlan i t
atnw...l 1. iri n '
...6uu uy junn bOiDert. Boo
M. A. RADER.
NOTICE CF PRIMARY ELECTION.
Notice la herohv plvon tlmf n
elM!tlnn fnr tho nm-nnaa nt aU.I .....
Batca to tne democratic cpunty convention
ui uuiaiiuu tuuuiy to oe ueiu nt the court
liouse of anld rnnntv nn thn qnth .1
in.nh ionr,:r, uuj vi
tlon shall bo held In the various preclucts
various polling places, and at tho hour of
u L1UL& 11. ill. in nn nratintta 1.1.
precincts of viL-,": tZ.S
North I'endleton and South I'endloton and
i.nn. in wu 01 iuo saiu i'endleton nro
clucts tie doIIh ahnii i ni- ,
and remain onpn nnn n
eral polllnp places In for such primary
election In I'endleton as follows : 1 nmnry
,nnn?X. .Clm Pt, QOmiT 0t Wn
ter and Alain ntrit
Knilth IVnillpfnn ni-wln. .
nt .i V.-.","v;:."':V west B1U0
streets ""eu weoo ana Ilallroad
1n nt r . f ....
rMii rci u eion nrec ncr. it. i ia a.. 1 1
JwXTXtt ,,d0 ' wcbb'
II Niu BDvcnii nrpr I Pra anil nt .!.
Seeing is fcelieving
Main and Webb Streets
HOGS, HORSES, POULTRY
Kewy ior 8wine PlaKue, International J
eleclloh:- iimuy nutaua iinu Cattle. JinRPoH n:i Af1 cfnnlr.
.For Pendleton pinH-Henry BhocVav , j.. OW Kure for Milch COWS. Pm,Wr f "T" . .? " :Za.
jufans.er jLeo,Tei cii ' Ivwbih. j vuvid uuu ionics, many mxuuo.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
Hay, araln and Pwd.
I7 Wl lag Eut Alto Strwi. . . . p,,.,
llllie.Keatlng. ' UW;
For Nnrtli In.l . . ... i n
IA. W Nvo lariumn; w, Moon;
ForRniiHi PnrM. t ,
I rd; John ilayi. n"mK uao,",ro
vKl Wl 17th day of JfauJi, p0-
Atteit-ATc. HALEY. 7 Vommlttcc.
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