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HI Lighted and Steam Heated.
st 25 cent Meals
in the City.
Legs, Eastern and Olympia
EN DAY and NIGHT
BUS LA FONTAINE, Prop.
Is looked forward to with
pleasure by those who
dine at the St. George
Restaurant, because the
food is right, the cooking
right, the service right
and the prices right.
Best 25 Cent Meal
in the City at the
FAYNE STRAHAN MOORE
OREGON GIRL WANTS DIVORCE
TO MARRY REAL LIVE LORD
Her First Husband now Serving
Term In Sing Sing for Blackmail- i
Ing or Badgering.
Mrs. Fayne Strahan-Mooro, the
Oregon girl Vho created such a stir
throughout the country two years
ago, through her connection with a
.New York "badgering" case, is again
in the public eyo and wants to marry
a real, live, English lord, says an
Mrs. Moore is well known ail over
the state, for this city was her home
for many years and it was here she
met her husband, who is now serving
a term in the New York penitentiary.
Moore circulated among the young
bloods in Portland and cut awide
swath. He told all sorts yot fairy
stories concerning his wealthy and
influential relatives. Moore came from
Ohio, and through the pull of Senator
Hanna, secured a consular appoint
ment, but did not go to his post of
duty. Concerning Fayne's latest
movements the New York Telegraph
"Back again into the range of pub
lic vision rushes Fayne Moore, wife
of William A. E. Moore, who, large
ly because of his relationship, is serv
ing a term of 19 years' imprisonment
in Sing Sing for working the badger
game about three years on old Mar
tin Mahon, proprietor of the New
Amsterdam Hotel. Mahon is dead,
his demise hastened by the scandal
of his acquaintance with the Moore
woman; Moore's whereabouts are
indicated above and Faynp is in
South Dakota, suing for a divorce.
"Fayne svelte, pretty, smart
Fayne wishes to marry an English
nobelman, and she cannot well do
that until she is at least semi-legally
free from the convict.
"The fact that one Englishman re
cently went to jail in his own coun
try for marrying a western divorcee
does not enter into Fayne's calcula
tions. She has been living in South
Dakota for six months, and the pa
pers In the case were served on
Moore in Sing Sing yesterday. They
contain the allegation that he is a
convicted felon and has failed to con
tribute toward her support.
"When Moore was sent to Sing
Sing, Fayne was in the Tombs await
ing her own trial. She acquired the
distinction of the best dressed wo
man behind the bars, and, as a mat
ter of fact, did outshine the common
drabs who were, porforce, her dally
companions. She was inconsolable
over the severe sentence of her hire
band, and wecplngly said she would
be true to him and wait patiently for
his release. After the state failed to
convict her of participation in the
badger work she said she would de
vote her life to the work of securing
a new trial, or. failing that, a pardon
for her husband. Her escape from
following him up the river, by the
way, is said to be duo to the disap
pearance of Mahon, who left the
state and could not be induced to tes
tify against her. Freedom from the
trammels of the law wrought a
change in Fayne, and she went to
London, whence soon came stories
of the gay life she was leading fol
lowed by the announcement that she
had gone on the stage as one of the
Gaiety girls. Then ho dropped out
of sight in the rabble of women and
girls who give London theaters a
popular tone. Her reappearance in
South Dakota is not altogether an
unexpected step in her career."
THE WEATHER DURING APRIL.
Pension Payment In Virginia.
Richmond, Va., May 1. Under the
terms of the pension act approved
April 2, the auditor of public accounts
today commenced to pay pensions
under the act of 1S8S and special
acts. Pensions under the act of
April 2, 1902, are to be paid a September.
Mr. Mud Gets There.
Baltimore, Md., May 1. The repub
lican congressional convention of the
Fifth district, hold today at Chesa
peake Beach, resulted in the re-nomination
of Congressman Sydney E.
The Wind Slew From the West Nine-
teen Days (From the North Eight
The weather for tho past month
as observed and reported by William
Hilton, voluntary weather observer,
is as follows:
Tho lowest temperature was reach
ed on tho 6th, when tho thermometer
reached 74 degrees in tho shade.
The total amount of water that fell
during tho month was 2.30 Inches,
and the most to fall in any 24 hours
was 1 inch, on tho 18th. The month
contained 9 days that more than .01
of an Inch fell, there were 9 cloudy
days', 12 partly cloudy and 9 clear.
Tho wind blow from tho west 19
days, from tho north 8, from the east
1, from tho northwest 1, and from
the south 1.
The English Navy.
Although tho naval strength of
England is equal to that of any three
continental powers, it is stated thnt
they uro planning sovornl mora pow
erful warships. They aro determined
to have tho best and most efllciont
navy in tho world. In tho selection of
a family modiclno wo see tho Bame
spirit lint forth more and more every
day, because tho peoplo aro dotor
mined to havo tho host remedy that
can ho obtnincd. It is imposslblo to
purchase a better or moro rollablo
modlcino than Hostcttor's Stomach
Bitters. Every member of tho family
can tnko it safely, with tho assuranco
that it will positively do them good.
It will Vestoro vigor to tho systom
and euro indigestion, dyspopsin, con
stipatlon. nervousness and malaria.
Lamp Mantles Guaranteed for 45 Days
Peerless Flexo Mantles
Ready to serve you with
the most delicious ice
cream or soda water, or
to supply you with the
finest of confectionery.
Drop into the Delta any
day or evening and you
will be pleased with your
C. V. 1RVIN, Proprietor
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 Company
New Stores : Cor. Sixth and Alder Streets
Are tho exclusive new pat
terns in wall paper wo nre show
ing. Praise 1h heard from all
who select their paper from us
and allow us to do their work.
Our worknieu do your work
If you hnvo painting you
wnnt done entrust your job to
us and you will bo satlslled.
Ball and Socket
It Pays to Tade at The Peoples' Warehouse.
May Shopping Festival
The event of the season. You may say it seems queer that we should cut prices at the beginning of the season. Just think of having too much furni
ture in your nouse and not being able to move around. Well, ours is not furniture but Dry Goods. We are overstocked and will make a substantial reduc
tion on nearly all lines. Remember, we do not carry CHEAP GOODS, but we carry GOOD GOODS CHEAP. To please our customers has always been
our aim. If you buy any article and are dissatisfied with it, bring it back. We pay as much attention to our mail orders as we do to our customers at the
counter.' Don't be afraid to write for samples. They cost you nothing. Express prepaid on all mail orders over $5 to any part of the state connected by
rail with Pendleton. NOTE THE FOLLOWING PRICES :
Dress Goods and Silks.
36 inch All Wool Black Serge 30c, now. ... 25c
36 inch " " " Cashmere, 40c, now 25c
40 inch " " Colored Etemlne, 65c, now 5c
64 inch " " " Etemine, $1.25, now. ... 05c
10 inch Peau de Bole taffeta, $1 .10, now 5C
27 inch Foulard silks, $1.00, now 59c
Other lines marked accordingly.
56 inch Bleached table linen, 40c, now ,25C
66 Inch unbleached table linen, 40c, now 25c
58 Inch turkey red table linen, 50o, now
Russian itoweling, home made linen crash, 15c, now 1 i
Huok towels, regular 16 2-8c, now iac
Restaurant and hotel keepers will do well to
give us a call during this sale.
Lawns and dimities $ 5 to$a 50
Everything for home adorning will be sold here for as
little as we can afford to sell it.
Lace curtains, from 35c to $9.00
Cretons, from , 8c to age
Silkoliues from 7c to aoc
Shirt Waist Sale
Last'year's styles, 76c to $2.00, now 59c
Among this lot'you will find many pretty waists that
have never sold for less than $2 00, now 59 centa. All
our waists over $2 50 now 15 per cent less. Twenty-five
dozen new waists season 1902 48c
Children's Wash Dresses
Nicely made, from 35c to $3 SO
In all colors, from $4.50 to $ao 00
Sale Is still on at a Discount of 10 per cent.
Summer Wash Goods
The ladies' costume the little girl's drews hoth can
be bought hero at prices that demand the attention of
every lady in town.
All the latest weuves, per yard 4C to 75c
Tailor Made Suits.
Best Assortment of Ladies' tailor made suits
outside of Portland $4-98 to $40 00
A full and select lino of wash suits, buttoned
in the back, shirt waist style, from . ,$6 00 to $11 00
Among the new arrivals are 20 new dress
skirts in black, grey aud tan 75C to $25 00
NOTE -Alterations made free of charge.
You know the handsome lino we carry. Amongst
the lot are Renown, Excelsior and Qeishu brands -none
better. All our wuiats over $2.60
Will bs sold at a Discount of 15 Per Cent.
6 FOR 25c