Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1902)
FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1902.
. Of course.
What makps them sell better than all
others? Get a pair and - Me show thy
look try them on and (see how1 they
ieei men you'n.Know.
BtiCMMon to Clearer Brothen.
Phone Black 91
TWENTY YEARS AGO.
First Visited Pendleton When It Was
Only a Hole in the Ground.
William Willis and family are here
from Colorado" visiting the family of
John Todd, who lives north of the
river. Mrs. Willis is a sister of Mrs.
Todd. ,Mr. Willis was in Pendleton
Jn 1882-3 and says at that time little
farming had heen attempted on these
hills and he thought that the land
would not grow anything for the rea
eon that it did not rain enough. "Had
I known that it would over be worth
anything I could have had my choice
of any of these valuable farms," said
Mr. Willis this morning. "I could
have chosen any of these places
along Main street of Pendleton at
that time and bought a whole block
for $100, but I thought there was no
country hack of the town which
would warrant the building of a city,
aud I let the golden opportunity
pass. Mr. Willis will remain hero
about two months before returning
home, and if he finds a place that he
can purchase that suits him, he may
decido to sell out and move to Pen
.dleton or .surrounding country.
Neglect Means Panger.
, -mat! win ue suppiiBu uy u
Don't neglect biliousness and cu-u" I ... , ''vtery Sunday,
pation. Your health will suffer perma-1 tn '-1 nai
J SESSION IN PENDLETON
FROM THURSDAY TO SUNDAY.
bject of the Meeting of the Body to
Get Delegates of Different Presby
terian Churches Together.
The semi-annual -meeting of the
3ast Oregon Presbytery Is being held
n this city at tho Presbyterian
church. The first session was Thurs
day evening and It will adjourn Sun
day evening. ,
Tho object of these semi-annual
gatherings is for the purpose of get
ting delegates from the different
Presbyterian churches represented in
this territory together and arranging
for their work for the coming sum
mer. Retiring Moderator S. C. Elder,
of MVjro, preached the opening ser
mon, which was the only thing on the
program for last night.
This forenoon the meeting was
taken up by electing officers, appoint
ing committees, electing delegates to
attend the general assembly, which
meets in New York, May IB. The
delegates to the Presbytery are:
Principal ministerial commissioner,
Rev. James M. Cornellson, of the res
ervation; alternate, Rev. James By
ers, of Sumptor; principal elder com
missioner, S. S. Shields, of Milton;
alternate, Lee Bell, Baker City. Mod
erator, S. C. Elder, retired, Rev. B. F.
Harper, of Prinevllle, was appointed
to succeed him. Rev. J. H. Barton, of
Union, was appointed temporary
chairman of the meeting.
Rav. Leo Johnson, of Pendleton,
who has been Sunday school mission
ary, resigned, and Re.v. J...K. GHllv
ray, of tho Detroit Presbytery, was
appointed to take his place.
Saturday morning tho Presbytery
as a body, will visit the Umatilla In
dian mission. They will be taken out
by teams sent In from tno reservation.
Sunday the program at the church
will bo Sunday school at 10, follow
ed by a sermon by Rev. W. H. Bleak
noy, of Summervillo. At 3 o'clock the
Junior Endeavor Society will have a
meeting, and the men -will have a
meeting at 4. The Senior Endeavor
will assemble at G:45 and a Pendleton
Academy rally will bo held at 7:30.
Rev. Forbes, of the Pendleton Acad
emy, will preside and speeches will
be delivered in the interest of the
institution, by James A. Fee, W. L.
Van Nuys and W. H. Bleaknoy.
The different churches of the town
will be annulled by the members of
nently if you do. DeWltt's Little Ear
ly Risers .cure such cases. M. B.
Smith, Butternut, ' Mich., says "De
Witt's Little Early Risers are the
most satisfactory - pills I ever took.
Never gripe or cause nausea." Tall
man & Co. and Drock & McComas.
Any person -dumping any sort of
garbage, manure or dust upon any of
tho streets of Pendleton, or allowing
the same to spill upon nny of said
streets, while moving It from one
.plage to another, is liable to a fine of
?B0, under ordinance No. 338 of said
city. All persons violating this ordi
nance :wlll bo vigorously prosecuted.
P. H. FEE,
Following are in ."""u-a UL LUV UUi
egates present at the meeting.
Revs. A. Jack Adams, Milton; B. F.
Harper, Prinevllle; James M. Cornell
son, Umatilla Indian reservation;
William H. Bleakney, Summerville;
W. L. Van Nuy.r, La Grande;' S. C.
Elder, Moro; James Byers, Sumpter;
J. H. Burton, Union and F. Jj. Forbes,
R. J. Diven and Levi Johnson, Pen
dleton. Tho lay members of the
churches who are delegates are: Rob
ert Eakln, Union; Edward Mack,
Moukland; Robinson Mlnthon, Uma
tilla, and F, 0. Nolf, Pendleton.
Saved Many a Time.
Don't neglect coughs and cs oven
Cfises often re-
if It is spring. Si''..
April 2 and 22
Spring is here. Purify your
blood by taking F. & S. Sar
saparilla compound, 'greatest
of all blood-purifiers.
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
suit seriously nt thfe season Just be
Cause .iieflpld are careless. A dose of
One Minute Cough Cure will remove
all danger. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. Sure cure for coughs, colds,
croup, grip, bronchitis, and other
throat and lung troubles. "I have
used One MInuto Cough Cure several
years," says Postmaster C. O. Daw
son, Barr, 111. It is tho very best
cough medicine on the market. It
has saved mo many a severe spell of
sickness and I warmly recommend It."
Tho children's favorite. Tallman &
Co. and Brock & McComas.
Keenly Felt By Tillman.
There Is general comment In
Washington on tho continuous ab
sence of Senator Tinman irom tno
senate chamber. It is notorious that
ho has been present but two or three
times since that body voted to cen
sure him. That vote seemed to have
unnerved him, for ho very evidently
finds the scnato a less pleasant place
than formerly. It Is said In tho gos
sip about tho senate that the vote of
tho democrats, his party associates,
In favor of censure, was keenly felt
by Tillman, and that is one reason
why ho has kept out of sight.
J. A. Nelson and wifo are in town
Albert Harala, of Adams, is regis
tered at Hotel St. George.
tuth T(Vo1 Wnflle. of La Grande, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. F. Ken
Dr. J. Christie, the veterinary, left
this morning for Adamb on a profes
Mrs. R. E. Thorn and Mrs. R.
Yorxa, of Umatilla, are registered at
the Golden Rule hotel.
Attm-nnv H. J. Bean was in Free-
water today on legal business, con
nected with an irrigation project.
Fred H. Drake arrived in town this
mtorning from Portland. He Is up on
business and will return .Saturday
The Dalles Chronicle: Lot Liver
more, one of Pendleton's leadhg Pol
iticians, came down from that city
mIhr Addle Schiffler. daughter of E.
A. Schiffler. arrived this morning
form Albany to spend a few days with
Frank R. Blair, who has been clerk
ing In Lee Teutsch's dry goods store
for the past -several months, has re
signed his position to take effect Sat
urday, and will return to his home In
Instead of ft being William Driscoll
that Dr. Smith was called to see at
Umatilla Thursday, as the East Ore
gonian reporter was informed, it was
Mrs. M1. J. Lockwood, an old pioneer
of Umatilla, who is quite 111.
George Lash in again able to be
nnf nftnr havlnsr henn confined to his
room for several weeks with an at
tnnlr nf cold nnd la jrrlnne. which was
brought on by getting out too soon
after having fover during 'February.
Rev. Jonathan Edwards, late of the
Coeur d'-Alene country, is in town
with a view to taking tho pulpit of
tho Congregational church of this
city He was formerly connected
with Whitman College, at Walla
Mrs. Lou Shelly, who has made her
home for the past seven years with
Mrs. C. W. Wheeler, has gone to
Boise City to make her future homo
with her brother, Cash Macy, who Is
largely interested In the Thunder
Mountain mining country. Mr. Macy
has made a rich strike and sent for
his sister to keep house for him.
The Dalles Chronicle: Hon. W. J.
Furnish, republican nominee for gov
ernor, camo down from Pendleton
this morning on his way to Portland.
Learning of the death of Hon. Rob
ert Mays to whom he became attached
during the recent, campaign, he stop
ped over and paid his respects to the
family this morning, going down on
the afternoon train.
Charles D. Garfield, who has been
visiting his brother, Dr. H. S. Garfield"
in this city for several days, left
Thursday, to return to Juneau, where
he Las largo mining Interests. He
goes from here to Olympla, and there
will be Joined by his wife, who is
visiting her parents. From there they
will go to Seattle and sail on the
steamer Humbolt, which leaves for
the north on tho 16th Inst,
James Co, the centerfieider for
the "Yellow Kids," who silira'med his
ankle In a practice game on the
Athena diamond Monday, came down
Thursday to witness tho game be
tween his team and tho Pendleton
lans, but was not able to take part
In the game. He remained over night
hero with friends and returned home
this morning, and says that he will
bo ablo to take his old place with
tho team In a few days.
James B. Welch returned Thursday
evening from Portland, where he had
been to complete the arrangements
with Georgo B. Baker to associate
hlnu If with Mr. Baker in handling
tho Pendleton theater. As soon as
the season closes Mr. Welch says that
tho playhouse will bo thoroughly gone
oyer and materially changed in many
ways that will add to its convenience
and beauty. "Now scenery nnd cur
tains have already been arranged for
and by the time the season of 1902
and 1903 opens the theater-goers of
Pendleton will hardly be able to roc
ognlzo tho interior of the house," said
Mr. Welch this morning.
CORRECT ARE OUR SHOES.
You'll feel easy nnd take pleasure in walking if you al
low us to shoo you.
Perfect fits arc what we make a specialty of. When you
allow us to fit you, you got style combined witli comfort and
wear. High quality but low price. Our storo is a merry
whirlwind of shoe blessings.
The Pendleton Shoe Company sl?J.'"
Ma itgnalnre la on erory box of tbe gcanlna
Laxative iironKHJuinine awneu
UMATILLA DOGS WIN.
Pups of Umatilla Queen Capture
Prizes at Seattle Dog Show.
Agent F. F. Wamsloy, of the O. R.
& N received a telegram this morn.
Ing from A. B. Jackson, of Spokane,
saying that whitestone, a pup of Mr
Wam8loy'B Umatilla Queen, carried
away nil tho nrlzes at the Northwest
Kennel show, Just closed at Seattle.
Wiutestono is only 2 years old and
won first prize in limit class, first in
open class, first in winners cIobb. nnri
the cup for tho best pointer dog at
tno snow. Tho telegram also stated
that another pup of Umatilla Queen,
owned by Mr. Bum. of Snokane. which
Is only 11 months old, carried off first
prize in tno pup class, third In tho
open class and third In the limit
class. This nun Is valued vorv hluli
by Mr. Bum, who has refused $100
Whitestono will bo at thn TWHnmi
Kennel Club bench show, which (r tn
bo held In that city April 1C-10. Ho
carried off everything at Portland last
at the Kennel Club bench show In
ssss stra SfH
one of her pups, owned by Mr. Wong
Ipv Laddie W., owned by Clianes .
Carter, and Tom NelsonBummer.
DEATH OF STEVE CHAPMAN.
Taken First With Typhoid Fever,
Afterwards With Pneumonia.
Stevo Chapman, Jr., son of Steve
S. Chapman, Sr., died at tho home
of his father. 126 Cottonwood street
at 4 o'clock Thursday afternoon, after
an Illness of three weeks.
Tho deceased was 18 years of age
and came here with his parents from
the valley last July. He had always
been healthy until taken with an at
tack of typhoid fover three weeks
ago, which developed Into pneumonia
and resulted In his death.
He leaves, beside a father and
mother, six brothers, all of whom are
here, and three sisters, two being at
home and one, Mrs. J. A. Carlysle, is
in Spokane and will not bo here to
attend the funeral, which will occur
from the Chapman home at 10 o'clock
tomorrow forenoon. The services will
be conducted by Rev. W. T. Rigby,
and the remains will be interred in
the Olney cemetery.
Young Wade Arraigned Before Jus
tice Fitz Gerald and Case Dis
missed. Alvln Wade, the young man who
shot "William Harris, near Pilot Rock,
two weeks ago, was arraigned toaay
before Justice Fitz Gerald and the
Issnd. Harris undertook to
prove that he did not draw his gun
until after Wade had shot, nut uie ev
idence was against him aud It was
proven that Wade did not pull his pis
tol until after Harris had drawn his,
and it was only to protect himself
that, the bov nulled his Kiln at all.
Thoy were both arrested after the ar
raignment for the shooting, on the
chartre of carrying concealed weap
ons, but both cases were dismissed
on the promiso that they surrender
tneir cuns to tne snenii ana not car
ry concealed weapons on their per
P. C. Morris, Linn county's default
ing treasurer, has been released from
the penitentiary, his sentence having
been commuted by Governor Geer.
Morris was round guilty of embezzl
ing about 1?3100 of county funds, and
was sentenced to four years' Impris
onment. He was received at the pen
itentiary March 21, 1900, and had
served almost half his time.
A census of Berlin city gives the
population at 1,901,507. ie increase
in population during -the last year is
only 12,857, as against an increase of
42,493 for the- preceding year. This
falling off In tho yearly increase Is at
tributed to the movement of inhabi
tants to suburbs as a result of elec
,.uu- Reuben Comes to Town."
. n whn will pro-
Messrs Morris .
sent their latest success Wh on i
bon Comes to Town at t
Opera house on Fr day AP phU.
con ly receiveu - f Uowlng
WliHe In Nei York I wit
effect: wiiue in .
the present umv. "f ,,whfln
nesseu iu iv- t
n o in Tnwn." and. I must
oXsreIenced a surprise upon
seeing your much a ve Used Pr e
Beauty cnorua. o -
ul" w .1 lmvn nut-
glrlS are conceruuu, ---
classed tho best aggregations of the
day. I have never seen such a bevy
of beautiful women In any one organ
ization, and your producUon . fully
warrants tho success with which it
Street Fair at Baker.
Tho Baker City Chamber of Com
merce will complete arrangements for
holding a street fair In that city in
September. This fair will take the
place of tLe Fin I District Fair which,
according to law, should be hold In
that city this year. Tho state appro
priation of $1500 will be available for
this fair, the commission in charge
hnvh nprped LJturn the money over
to tho street fair committee, on con
dition that it be used to provide for
a stock and agricultural exhibit.
of our i
THAN ANY OTHER
ttirlUli; UN THIJ MARKET
AT THE SAME PRICE.
Red, Blue and Fancy Shoes
V nil LB D r " 1 1 1 fi
-ww u iiimr .
, M- no
gooa u was and tried -jf
You" would try it.
. J"" wumo. only i
trv aur Ciofffipc! n-ii. .r
-J . MVC IBM.
I-' '11 . . A .
a uuu uog could 'aot
drive ;you away,
3 Rolls Crepe Paper xK
'Cheapest ;place in Oregotf
umisu ruuu ADDRBBi
927 Market St., 8an Francliai
intra Tunli nlon full na.ft..1l.u
in T-fi in ir ill,, now I n w-w m ufiin..i
ary which Is now being furnUkij
cents a uay.
ST. JOE STORE.
Special Sale fo this Week..
We will give FREE with every Gent's !
Salt of Clothes, ONE NICE HAT
"With every Child's Knee PantSuit we will give abso- i
IIII.HIY I IriM IL IN 1 1 . IJ1LII. .fill III Will iDi.UU 'W i
rrn nt I iiiq ia n rnrn i mnirn T.n oror. trnnn Nnnoo varv ,
r-hnnrv TTSvn hnnrlrfirl vnrrls hfinnhifnl Wnsli Silks nt. n flush -'
Discount of 10 per cent. Just recoived the nobbiest line of
Gont's Shirts evor shown in th city. Come and soe us.
THE LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
A WOMAN'S KNACK . . '
For doing things right and putting correot
styles and snap intoJVIillinery is found in
eyery one of our Productions.,.
T-rt rr DNIftFI
Seeing is Believing
1 M. A. RADER.
Main and Webb Streets Pendleto
HOGS, HORSES. POUL
H8 R.iy 'It ."Wipe plague- J'
WM" nuiaca mif i rurrip .lnsppn uu -
now tture lor Milch cows. Poultrv fooda, and tonicsH-ftv
Hay, Grain imI Fm4.
i7 129 East Alta Street. - . Pen
'U nwMdf tUt tmnm m eokl la mm
Four dogs will represent Pendleton
W. J. CLARKE & cownr