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Important Waist News j
Out shirt waist department is always doing some
thing remarkable, and this week it excells itself
the wonderful values it offers in ihe smartest
and best waists of the season Reduced to the Bar
gain Level. Our
is a hummer. Not a waist but is distinct in style,
with that touch of originality that women of re
fined tastes are always so glad to secure
WELCOME WOODMEN !
SEE OUR 'CENTER WINDOW
'jiexander Dept. Store j
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Makers of Happy Homes
Low prices, coupled with Car
pets and Matting' of known high
quality, prove attractions irresisti
ble. The question of Carpets and
Matting, where best obtained, is set
tled with promptness in our stock,
where good style and real worth
make low prices so emphatic.
flatters of Happy Homes
Lamp Mantles Guaranteed for 45 Days
Peerless Flexo Mantles
NEW THING JUST OUT
BEST IN THE WORLD
These mantles are new productions and give 90 and
100 candle power respectively for the single and triple,
weaves. They are made in two grades. Price 30 and
40 cents each.
The John Barrett Co. &
(othingis more pleasing to the eye than a beautilut Lawn,
Now is the time to get your
We have the best values from $4 up.
rHiGH Grade Garden Hose at Low Prices.
nompson Hardware Company
wiu, the PERFECT FURNACE
Hot Air Blast. An All Cast Iron Heating Furnace, Durable, Powerful
A WONDERFUL SUCCESS
so" ty W. G. McPHERSON, S
Heating and Ventilating Engineer
First Street PORTLAND, OREGON S
on ' v tfe86 fumaces are recommended by F. E. Judd, O. B. Jack-
their reside I)ton' H. L. Hester, F. 0. Taylor, who have them In
A STREAM OF HUMANITY
POURING INTO NORTHWEST.
Trains Are Loaded With People, All
Native Born, Not a Foreigner Ap
pearing Among Them Looking for
And still they come!
People arc nourinc Into tho North.
"west by hundreds, and the end Is
Not a day has passed for two
months that several families, beside
many youne men looklntr for work.
have not nassed throneh Pomllpton
for Spokane, Seattle and other points
m tne inland Empire, but fow of
them drop oft at Pendleton. This is
mainly because tho railroad enmna.
nles sell tickets for Spokane and Se
attle and take tho homeseeker to
those places, just as cheaply as thoy
will sell a ticket to Pendleton. This
being the case, the traveler will go
to tne end or tho road before he stops
and. as a result, tho Ronnrl rnnntrv
and other places In Washington, are
ninng up with people and only a few
of them ever find Pendleton, or learn
of the advantages for a man of push
that the country hereabouts afford.,
People Rushing In.
On last night's train were 61 peo
ple from the different states of the
East, going to Spokane. These com
posed people of all classes, from the
man with money looking for a home
and advantages that are not afforded
in the thickly settled East, to men
who could just barely scrape money
enough together to get their tickets,
and will land at their destination
without money or friends. Some of
the latter class have large families
and they will not find money hang
ing on the bushes for them to provide
those depending upon- them with food j
and clothing. They will all be able
to find work in the different parts
of the country, but may not find as
easy a row to hoe as they imagined
when they left their homes.
Train No. 1, which was due here at
8 o'clock this morning, did not ar
rive until almost 1 this afternoon, the
delay being caused by the homeseek
ers, it waiting for the extra sections
of immigrant trains loaded with East
erners. Something like 100 people
woro on this train, and hero they
changed cars for Spokane, and went
out. on No. 8, which waited for No. 1.
Will Continue to Come.
They will continue to cpmp for
sometime. The homescckcrs rates
will last over tho transcontinental
lines until the end of this month, and
as long as they Inst thero will bo a
great westward rush. In speaking of
the people leaving St. Paul, a dis
patch from that place dated tho 16th,
Two trains Inst night, two this
morning and two tonight on each of
tho three coast lines were nocessary
to take care of the homescokers' trav
el this week. It was the largest yet
this year, including passongers and
effects. Of this number 1700 went
to Manitoba via tho Soo line, 1000
went to North Dakota and northern
Minnesota, and about 2300 woro des
tined for the far West.
In all this movement there was
scarcely a foreigner to be seen. Two
hundred were from Wisconsin and
are bound for Washington to take up
timber land for lumbering purposes.
Quite a number were attracted by
tho new gold discoveries at Thundor
Mountain. To the latter point there
is likely to bo a rush never before
equaled In any mining stampedo in
the West since tho days of Deadwood
and Lendvillo discoveries.
The Grent Northern is overwhelm
ed with inauiries concerning the fa
cilities for reaching this locality, and
is getting out printed matter describ
ing the route.
8tat or Ohio, city or tolkdo j m
. Lucas County. 1
Frank J. Cheney mattes oath that ho la the
senior partner ot the firm ot F.J.Cheney & Co.,
doing business in tho city o( Toledo, county
and state aforesaid, and that said firm will par
tho sum of Ono Hundred Dollars for each and
every case ot Catarrh that cannotbe cured by
the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my
presence this 6th day of December, A.
J SEAl" j A. W. GLEASON,
v Notary Public.
If all's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of the system. Bend for testimonials, freo.
r. j. jimrfl.v s ju., loieuo. unio.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills aro tho best.
STROKE OF PARALYSIS.
Paddy Mlle, a War Veteran, Strick
en While Talking With Friends.
Captain William Miles, commonly
called "Paddy" Miles, a well-known
character nround town and an old wnr
veteran Is in a critical condltton from
tho effects of a stroke ot paralysis.
Thursday afternoon ho was on tho
streets in his usual health and about
6 o'clock ho walked Into John
Schmidt's saloon, whore a lot of his
friends were at .the bar taking a
drink. Tho bartender naked "Paddy"
to have a glass of elder, at tho samo
time setting out a glass of orango ci
der. "Paddy" drank tho contents of
tho glass and wbb conversing with
his friends, when ho suddenly began
to reel. Ho walks with a enno nnd
this fell from his hnnd nnd ho wns
only prevented from falling by C. D.
Drake, who wnfl standing by. "Pad
dy" wns then tnken to a chair and a
cab called, which took him to his
room on Kast Railroad street. Dr.
C. J. Smith wns called nnd found that
the stroko had only nffoctcd tho right
side and while ho Is still In a criti
cal condition ho Is not suffering, and
tho doctor thinks that ho may recov
er, although, owing to his advanced
ago, ho is In a most serious condition.
Rooms in tho Ea.-t Oregonlan build
ing for rent. Steam hented, hot and
cold wator and '-nth room in connection.
Smoke Pride of Umatilla Cigar.
In Need of Money.
All parties knowing themselves In
debted to D. Kemler are hereby noti
fied to call and settle at once and
save costs. D. KEMLER,
Smoke Pride of Umatilla Cigars.
The Only Short Order House
in tho City.
Fresh Oysters Always
Opera Day and Niglat
V. W. Paneburn, Proprietor
I The nU
Will Open Soon
ery Storo, Ice
Croam Parlors and
In New Martin Building
Keop your oyes on
ua for tho Good
C. W. 1RYIN, Proprietor .
& - & x
is to enhance the
beauty of the inter
ior or exterior of
your buildings and
we arc prepared to
do the work in a
most artistic man
ner. Our line of
wall paper, paints,
oils, etc., It, com
plete, and we have
an efficient corps of
men to do your pa
pet hanging or paint
ing. Let us figure
on your job. We
contract to com
plcte your work . . .
C. C. SHARP
Opera House block
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The Big Carpet Store
FIT FOB A KING
Our doyraj, bandsome and luxurious carpets and
rugs are. Tbey are so rich In color, harmonious
In combination and beautiful In pattern tbat tney
seem too good to tread on. The beauty of Spring
time shines from the blossoms and freshness of our
stock. We have many handsome new patterns'ln
Chinese and Japane&e mattings also for your sum
30 PIECES OF CARPET
And 85 Pieces Matting to Select JTrom.
Panic Price Sale
UR Special Sale on last Saturday proved such a success that we have
concluded to give our customers and the general public another oppor
tunity to fill up their wardrobes at PANIC PRICES. We are going to
continue our Special Sale for three days
Saturday. Monday and Tuesday
te give all WOODMEN who attend the B1Q LOQ ROLLING here on MONDAY and
TUESDAY a chance to get their share of the BARGAINS Glance over the list
below, and you will surely see many things you need, and a few things perhaps
vou do not need just now but on wh'ch you can save sj much money it will pay
you to buy now and keep them until you do need tnem.
Boys' Suits, ages 6 to 14, $1 and $1.25
.Boys' Knee Pants, sizes 9. to 14, pr. .14
Boys' long pants suits sizes 12 to 20
per suit 3" 75
Mens' suits worth from $6 50 to $10. . 5.00
Mens' woolen pants worth $1.50,
sale price IJ
Men's cotton underwear, heavy.. .. t .15
Men's woolen underwear 50
Men's ties all kinds, worth 25c sale
Mpn's 11b overalls, saie uinc
Men's common overalls, riveted,. 8
Men's socks, cood wearers
Men's striped shirts, double front
Men's striped dress shirts with col
lars and cults
WOODMEN'S UNIFORMS for the
big log rolling, special price,
DRY GOOD?, ETC.
Apron check gingham $ .03
Calico all colors and patterns 03
Scotch lawns for this sale 03'
Cambric for this sale all colors. . . . .04
Colored sateens.. 06
56 inch Oxford skirt goods, up to
date per yd 5
Red table damask, regular width yd
White linen table cloth
Half bleached heavy table linen ....
Large sized linen napkins slightly
soiled, worth at least $1.25 doz.
sale price, per doz
Large size napkins same as above,
soiled, per doz
Colored table covers with fringe,
Colored table covers,
Merrick's thread for this sale, 7
All patterns 5c embroidery, sale
price per yd
Summer corsets, "American Lady".. . 18c
Summer undervests 4C
Summer wrappers $1 nnd $1.25 grade .75c
A few striped underskirts left at ...... 50c
Armorside corsets, very strong, during
sale , 75c
Shirt waists worth 50c, during sale.... 40c
Ladiea' hose, our regular 13c grades. . 10c
Children's hose, our regular 10c grades. 7c
Children's Mexican hats, 50c grades. . .40c
Ladies' and Misses' job lot shoes 50c
Ladies' knit, knee length drawers,
something new. 25c
8-4. each "
iwt Forget the DATE and PLACE SATURDAY, MONDAY -TUESDAY
Tbree days foil of hard work for s, hut fall APRIL 19 APRIL 21 APK1L
of trains and satisfaction for yoa :: a
TUr C Aid Whtrt whoU f amllUs oan
I tit I" A IH trad and ba satisfied