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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1902.
COMPLETING THE SCHEDULE
MANAGERS ARE DISCUSSING
MATTER THI8 AFTERNOON
Practically the Schedule Already
Published Will Be Adopted New
Players on Pendleton's Team.
A meeting of the managers of the
Inland Empire baseball league is be
ing held this afternoon in Pendleton.
The purpose of the meeting la for
the perfecting of the schedule of
games to be played between the four
teams of the league and it is likely
that the schedule will remain practi
cally the same as published in Sat
urday's East Oregonian. Manager
Basche, of the Baker City team,
Manager Ray, of the La Grande
team, arrived in town this morning,
&nd Manager Sharpstein, of the
Walla Walla team, came down this
afternoon on No. 41 mixed train from
Walla Walla. The official program
of games and some of the names of
the new players who will be signed
with the Pendleton team, will be
Manager Cohen has several play
ers m view whom he is figuring with
to fill the vacancies made by the res
ignation of Zlegler and Clemens, but
their names will not bo given out
today further than that Jim Cox, the
star center fielder from the ranks of
.the Yellow Kids, has been signed
with the Pendleton Indians. Jimmy
is a good all-round player and will
be an excellent addition to the team.
The first games to be played under
the new schedule, in which the lo
cals will participate, is to be at Bak
er City Thursday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday of this week. On the
17th, 18th, 19th and 20th La Grande
will cross bats with the Indians on
the local diamond.
BEET PULLERS WON.
Took Three Out of Four Games at
La Grande's Beet Pullers took the
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fourth of the series of games between
that team and the Baker City Gold
Diggers, by a score of 4 to 3 on Sun
day, this being the third game won
out of the series. Their victory was
won by superior team work, not. by
individual playing, declared the Ba.-
Iter City Herald. The team at Baker
is to be strengthened before the
league series commences next Thurs
day and the fans of that city are con
fident that they will make good in the
race for the "Inland Empire" pen
Presumably as a result of the series
with La Grande, three of the Baker
City team have been released by
Manager Basche, Van Sycle, Ryan
and Englehardt being the ones whose
heads went into the basket The rea
son assigned by the manager is that
the men are "too light" or in other
words, not up to the standard which
has been set for the team. Five new
men have been engaged and are ex
pected in Baker in time for the first
of the league serleo.
Other Sunday Games.
Portland Seattle at Portland. Se
attle, 0; Portland, 11.
Helena Tacoma at Helena. Taco
ma, 6; Helena, 4.
Butte Spokane at Butte; two
games. Morning game, Butte, 8; Spo
kane, 2. Afternoon game, Butte, 6;
CERTIFICATE OF MERIT.
How the English Appreciate and En
Science SIftings, which makes a
special feature of showing its read
ers what to buy and what to avoid,
has in its issue of February 22d a
lengthy article on "Beecham's Pills,"
of which the following is an extract:
"We have examined this special
medicament, and find it contains
carefully selected carminative, bitter,
and purgative principles of vegetable
origin. We have also pursued somo
of the advertising literature associ
ated with it, and even in view of
the advertisement-writer's usual Il
lustrative method we find nothing
which cannot be substantiated.
Everything in remedies of the class
before us depends on the nicety with
which they are compounded, and the
proper proportions and selecting of
the constituents and in these respects
"Beecham's Pills" are admirable.
Without hesitation, then, we award
the Science SIftings Certificate of
Merit to Mr. Thomas Beecham, of St.
An Old Gun.
Joe Hoch has a rifle in his place of
business which is a novelty to the
people of tliis generation. It belongs
to Jack Lycetto and was handed
down to him by his ancestors. It Is
claimed to be over 200 -years old and
has the lock on the side with a re
volving cylinder like a water wheel
which revolves- back and forth. It is
loaded with cap and ball and has
been a very fine piece of workman
ship in its day.
The homliest man in Pendleton, as
well as the handsomest, and others.
are invited to call on any druggist
and get free a trial bottle of Kemp's
Balsam for the throat and lungs a
remedy that is guaranteed to cure and
relieve all chronic and acute coughs,
asthma, bronchitis and consumption.
Price 25c and 60c. For sale by Tall
man & Co.. sole agents.
the Union Label
645 Main St.
Slop with Pendleton Shoe Conptiy.
James H. Koontz, of Echo, is in
Mrs. Frank Pratt will leave tomor
row for Heppner.
Elmer Chastaln, of Milton, .is. at the
Golden Rule hotel.
jliss Jennie Perry has gone to Echo
to visit relatives.
It. Ankeny and J. Ankeny aro in
town from Walla' Walla.
Mrs. Charles FerKUSon left this
morning for Walla Walla.
Dr. Blaksleo has gone to Los Ange
les to be away three weeks.
A. W. Gless, of Salem, the fire in
surance man, is at Hotel St. George.
Miss Hazel Arnold has returned
from a visit to friends at Farming
ton. Mrs. Robert Renn and son have
zone to Loner Beach to spend the
P. C. Holland, representing the
Pacific Paner Company, Is at Hotel
United States Commissioner John
Hailoy returned this morning from a
business trip to Portland.
Mrs. Frank Curl and children left
this morning for Adams to visit rel
atives and friends for a few days.
H. E. Cook and J. B. Perry have
returned from their land hunting ex
Deditlon Into the Goldendalo coun
Mrs. E. Walters and son, Karl, left
fur Spokane last night after a visit
of two weekB with her mother, Mrs,
Miss Delia Estes left Monday oven
ing for her home In Athena, after a
wsit of several days with friends in
Representative W. M. Blakloy has
returned from Salem, where he took
Miss Minnie Jones, committed to the
W. E. Carter, of the Golden Rule
store, will leave in a few days for
Hldaway Springs, on a vacation of
Mrs. Charles J. Ferguson left this
morning for Walla Walla, to remain
several days on a visit to relatives
Mrs. L. Hunzlker and daughter have
returned home from a very pleasant
visit at Walla Walla, where they
went July 4th.
Marriage license was granted Mon
day at the court house to James E.
Duke and Harriett J. Baker, both of
Salem Pournal: Mrs. Frederick
Nolf, of Pendleton, who has been
vi3lting Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bean, left
this morning for Eugene.
Mrs. H. S. Scales, the Misses Car
rie and Stella Anderson and Master
Fred Anderson left' last evening for
Clatsop Beach to spend the summer.
Miss Mabel Gunning, of Los An
geles, who has been teaching school
in this county, left this morning for
her home. Sho will return in the
George R. Hatch Is in town from
Pilot Rock. Ho came in to make
application for final proof on a home
stead fourteen miles Bouth of the
J. S. Cooper, of Independence, is
the guest of Dr. E. A. Mann, who is
a nephew. Mr. Cooper has many
warm friends here who aro pleased
to shake his hand.
Mrs. Joe Ell and sister Miss Agnes
Heltkemper, of Portland, who Is her
guest, went to Walla Walla today,
where they will be the guests of
friends for a few days.
R. S. Bryson has succeeded Lot
Livermoro as librarian for tho Pen
dleton Commercial Association. Mr.
Livermore resigned becauso of his
commission as postmaster.
Mrs. J. A. Borle and daughter Miss
Fanchon, will leave the latter part
nf rhn woplr fnr ihn . Sminrl hiIiomi
Tthey will spend several weeks the
guests of friends and relatives.
R. E. Tarbett, of the enterprising
firm of Bennet & Tarbett, proprietors
of the Fair store, is' spending several
days in Spokane, Portland and other
cities selecting goods for their store,
Miss Myrtle Smith will leavo to
morrow evening for Seattle, where
she will spend the summer months
She will also visit at Portland and
other places before returning home.
Miss Mae Rosencrance, of Walla
Walla, passed through Pendleton on
Monday on her way to La Grande to
visit relatives. She will return In a
week and visit friends In Pendleton.
Miss Edytho Crockett returned on
Monday evening from a recreation
trip Into tho Couer d'Alene Lake and
St. Maries .countries. Sho reports
having had a very pleasant time, but
it was quite cool.
W. N. Scott, proprietor of Hldaway
aprmgs, is in town. Mr. Scott says
,a grand time was hold at tho springs
tao fourth, regardless of tho Inclem
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em weamur. wuuo a numuer aro
now located at tho springs for the
summer, among them being 15 entire
The Dalles Chronicle: Peter Nick
elson, who Is now telegraph operatot
for the 'Western Union at Pendleton,
came down on tho Fourth to visit
his sister, Joalo, who is recovering
very slowly from her Injury received
about a month ago. He returned to
Pendleton last night.
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Marshal Roberts last night landed
5 J prisoners in the county jail, await
lS trial In the United States court
J idling whtakjr to Indians in Uma
UUa county. Thoy are John KeUy
John Maronoy, W. LI tie ,,J. Simp
kins Jack Thomas and James Jones.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Montgomery
have returned from their visit to Ta
come. Mr. Montgomery says tho
greatest excitement prevails in that
country ovor tho escapades of Thug
Tracy. Men could bo seen standing
in groups discussing tho situation
and the name of Tracy was on every
tongue. - ,
j W. Mulllnlx is in town from Hot
Lako Mr. Mulllnlx wont through
here going to the lake two weeks ago
and he looked quite thin at that time
but he Is much Improved now. He
will return to tho lako this owning.
Dr C. J. Smith was called to Echo
this morning on professional busi
ness. Leo Ferguson, brother of Charles
Ferguson, was taken through this
morning on his way homo to Walla
Walla. He has been at Hot Laito
several days whore ho went In hope
of getting relief from rheumatism
but after arriving at tho lake was .a
ken with rheumatic fever and has
been qulto bad for soveraj days.
Mrs. C. W. Heyer left this moving
for Portland, Salem and her home
in San Francisco,, after spending a
few weeks here with relatives. Miss
Flo Hallock accompanied Mrs. Heyer
and will visit a few days In Portland
and Salem and then return to Hepp
ner where sho will remain a while
before returning home.
Sympathy for England.
In tho recent disaster at St. Vin
cent the United States was among
the first to extend sympathy to Eng
land and also to offer assistance to
tho unfortunate survivors. Giving
sympathy Is a very appropriate way
of showing our feelings for those In
distress, but the person who is una
ble to cat or sleep on account of a
weak or disordered stomach needs
more than sympathy. He wants a
medicine that will cure him. Then
Hostettor's Stomach Bitters is need
ed, because it positively cures loss
of appetite, belching, flatulency, Indi
gestion, dyspepsia, insomnia and
nervousness. Every sufferer should
therefore try a bottle of it at once.
Good health is sure to follow. Don't
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Multiplication of words Increases
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Sheriff Till D. Taylor has appoint
ed A. C. Funk and H. J. Stillman as
his deputies. These aro in addition
to C. P. Davis, who remains in the
sheriff's office: Mr. Stillman will not
assume his official duties for a few
J. Cox, of RIckeall, was struck in
tho leg recently by a piece of flying
steel from a wedge, as ho was split
ting wood. The bit of metal was lo
cated by tho X-ray and removed.
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Bold Attempt to Abduct a Young. Girl
A most diabolical attempt was
made early Sunday morning to chlo
roform a family of seven persons at
Butte, Mont., with tho object, It Is
presumed, of abducting Eva McCaff
rey, a quartor-brced Indian girl.
Tho pcrpotrntor of . tho deed 1b
said to have boon Peter Dompsey, a
condemned murdoror who escaped
from tho county Jail about a year
ago. Dompsoy la known to have been
enamored of tho Indian girl prior to
his arrest. Tho man made three at
tempts to enter tho house. Ho wbb
seen by Sorgeant Dawson, who took
a shot at him.
A Strange Creature, Indeed.
A strange creature, caught off tho
Bhoro of Bermuda early in June, has
arrived at Now York on tho Bteam
ship Trinidad and has been placed in
tho aquarium in Battery park. It Is
over 6 feet long, formed like a Bnake
with a head like that of a turtle and
fins like a" fish. A long bill for a
mouth gives It a most terrifying ap
pearance, which is rendered more
horrible by a pair of glaring eyes on
tho top of its head. It's body 1b a
brownish-green in color and running
around it's limbs and lt'B middle are
sovoral bright yellow Btripes. The
biologist who shipped the animal
was unable to name It, and tho man
in charge of tho aquarium are equal
ly ingnorant of its nature.
No Bids Received.
No bids have been received by tho
county court for remodelling of the
county court room. Sovoral weeks
ago bids were advertised for the
working over and rearranging of this
room. Tho bldB were to havo been
opened at tho present term of courl
but thoro wero none to open.
Mrs. L. L. J. Bell, of Imnaha, whoso
husband left her last April after a
quarrel, want him to return and
promise to be very, very good if he
will only come back.
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