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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 2, 1902.
J. W. Tabor ia In town from Gran
te. W. H. Babb Is In town from his
farm near Echo.
Walter Allison, of Eight Mile, Is at
Hotel St. George.
W. J. Baker and family aro at tho
Golden Hulo ..om Alba.
D. B. Richardson, a business man
of Helix, Is at the Pendleton.
Miss Esther Nowquist has taken a
position as saleslady at Teuton's
J. W. Scrlber, of La Grande, who
spent Monday In town, left In the
evening for his home.
Grant Buchanon, a prominent But
to.- creek stock man, was transacting
business in town Monday.
Attorney J. K. Weatherford, of
'Albany, spent Sunday In town shaking
bands with his many friends.
Mrs. A. B. Noble and daughter, Miss
Emma, have returned from a four
,Tveel:.i' stay at Meadow creek.
General Freight Agent Robert
Burns, of tho O. R. & N., at Walla
Walla, is registered at Hotel Pendleton.
Bert Bincent, formerly waiter in
the St. George restaurant, has taken
the position of day clerk at Hotel St
Mrs. Max Baer and son have re
turned from Portland and Long
Beach where they have spent the
past seven weeks.
Miss Edith Crockett and Miss
Delia Crelgler returned Monday
evening from a visit to their parents
in the east end of tho county.
Miss Georgia Folsom returned Mon
day from Walla Walla where she has
been the guest of friends and rela
tives for the past three weeks.
Hon. J. W. Morow, who spent Mon
'Cay hero attending the meeting of the
regents of the Eastern Oregon State
Normal, left this morning for ms
home in Heppner.
Oregon Dally Journal: Thomas C.
Warner, of tho East Oregonian, at
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THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
Pendleton, and his wlfo and son
Harold, aro in Portland, arlvlng Sun
day, guests of tho Imperial.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Vaughn, Mr.
and Mrs. T. W. Ayers nnd-Miss Ber
tha Matlock havo returned from their
extended pleasuro trip to Salt Lake.
They returned via San Francisco.
T. hj. Morgan is sunering with a
badly scalded hand. Ho was helping
to lift a boiler off tho stove yesterday
morning when it boiled over and
scaldfcil soveral Angers on tho left
C. D. Matlock, of Heppner, arrived
In tho city Monday to spend a fow
days visiting his sisters, Mrs. E. A.
Vaughn, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Ayers
and Miss Bertha Matlock. Tho latter
reached here from Portland yesterday
and will spend a fow days hero.
S. L. Baer, vice-president of the
Citizen's Bank, at Baker City, is I
spending tho day in town the guest
of his brother, Max Baer, of tho firm
of Baer and Dally. Mr. Baer is on
his return home from Portland and
Long Beach, where ho has been en
Joying tho valley and ocean breezes
for a week.
Capt, Kuhn and wife, of tho Salva
tion Army, have returned from Al
bany, whero they visited tho parents
of Mrs. Kuhn. They wero compelled
to remain in Albany longer than they
intended on acount of their baby
having dyptherla and being quaran
tiaed. Mrs. T. P. Harkleman, Mrs,
Kuhn's mother, returned with them
and will visit here a few days.
TO PURIFY T
MINISTERS ARE AFTER
THE SPORTING HOU8E8
They Say Inmates of Certain Houses
Will be Shown No Quarter.
Pendleton is about to oxporionco
tho Bcnsatlon of another moral wave,
Tho mlnlstors of tho town aro Joining
together with tho Intention of start'
lng a crusado against tho houses ot
111 famo which Infest Cottonwood
street, between Webb and Alta
For sovernl weeks this movo has
been brew.'ng and at a meeting this
forenoon a committee consisting of
Rovs. J. Edwards, pastor of tho Con
grcgallonal church, Potwlno, of tho
Church of tho Redeemer, and King,
ot tho Baptist church, were appoint
ed to confer with tho city ofllclals
and Mayor Halley to try and make
soma sal If factory arangements took
lng tovid freeing tho city of tho '..o
meu who lnfest theso resorts or rj.'e
gale them to tho background and get
them cut of tho heart of tho city.
Just what course will bo taken by
those back of tho movo has not been
decided upon, but a strenuous citoit
Is going (o W niado to oust tho snort
ing women ftom tho town. In spenk-i
in; oJ this today ono of tho leaders
ot the crusado said:
"It Is not our intention to skew
Utcso people any quarter. I havo con
sidered tho matter from every paint
of view and havo come to tho conclu
sion that something must bo done.
Wo expect to meet with tho mayor
and city ofllclals as soon as wo can
perfect a plan upon which to work
and see what can bo dono,"
So far nothing has been said to tho
city ofllclals by tho ministers, but it
Is expected that tho matter will bo
brought up before tho council at an
early dato and an effort made to get
the city to refuse to license theso
tho day. During tho samo 24 hours
tho thcrmomotor dropped to 62 do
gres. Monday tho warmest registered was
92, and Sunday, Thursday and Friday
It was only 90, whilo Wednesday it
was 87 and Saturday 8G.
Tho minimum tomperaturo was:
Sunday, 60; Monday, 48; Tuesday,
52; Wednesday, 56; Thursday, 42;
Friday, 40, and Saturday, 41.
No rain fell during tho weok, but
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday,
tho sun's rays woro partly weakened
by clouds which floated over It occa
sionally. Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday
nnd Friday wore clear.
Tho wind blew from tho west Sun
day, Monday, Wednesday and Fri
day; from tho north Tuesday, eaBt
Thursday and south Saturday.
TEMEN FINED $25.
EXCURSION TO PORTLAND.
O. R. & N. Makes a Low Rate Ac
count Elks' Carnival.
On Wednesday, Sept. 3, and this
date only, tho O. R. & N. Co., will
sell tickets to Portland and return ln
eluding ono admission to tho Carnival
at $7.45. These tickets will expire Wed
nesday, Sept. 10 anl will not be good
for return after that date. The $7.45
rate will bo effective but one day
during the Carnival Sept, 3 regular
Carnival rate being 99.75.
Strayed, from Helix, Oregon, two
3-year-old colts, had halters on and
wero tied together when they left
Helix. Both havo white spot in face
ai.d branded "N. C." on left stifle,
Will give reward for return of said
animals or Information leading to re
covery of same.
D. B. RICHARDSON.
All persons are hereby notified and
warned to extend no credit to no per
son on my account. I will not be re
sponsible' for cay debts contracted
by any person other than myself.
Dated at Helix, Umatilla county, Ore
gon, September 1, 1902.
Little Jessie Reaso. eight-months'
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Rease. died this morning at their
home in tho east end of town, or spi
nal meningitis. The remains will bo
taken to Walla Walla in tho morning
Storage Fire-Proof Warehouse.
AH goods stored at reasonable
nrlce. Call on Tom Smart, at ware-
house, rear of Standard Grocery.
IN OUR NEW QUARTERS
THE PENDLETON SHOE CO.
IN THE LEE TEUTSCH STORE
Largor and Bigger Stock Than Ever.;
Positively the best stock of Ladies and Gentlemen's,
Boys' Misses' and Youths' Shoes in the city. You'll
find our prices money savers.
THE PENDLETON SHOE COMPANY
The Shoemaker is located in the
Teutach Store. Shoes repaired.
RICHARD & PRINGLE'S
Will Open the Frazler Sept. 10 A
Treat For Fun Lovers.
Tho Pendleton play house will bo
opened tho 10th ot Sept, by Richard
& Prlngle's minstrels, the same at-
traction which opened the theater
After a lull of several months dur
ing the heated season the Pendleton
people will again bo treated to some
playhouse attractions this fall and
winter that will be above the aver
age. Messrs. Baker & Welch, who
have tho management of tho Frazler
between them, announce that tho at
tractions for tho coming season will
be above tho average. Last year tho
majority of tho plays put on tho
boards at tho local play house wero
of the best, but an occasional com
pany worked themselves oft on the
management nnd wero booked to play
which wero not up to the standard,
This season tho management will ex'
crclso more discretion and will know
what a play Is and what tho company
nroduclng It can do before they will
allow them to be booked. In doing
this It will cut out tho number of at
tractions a little short, but It is
thought best to place fewer plays and
have them all good than to place
many and havo somo poor, giving
those who pay "their money to see a
good play no chance to kick.
While It Is a little too early for
many attractions to be booked, local
Manager James B. Welch announces
such troups as Warde & James,
Chas. B. Hanford, Lewis Morrison and
Katherlne Kidder as being in sight,
Theso aro among tho best on tho road
today and will be big attractions
when they nlay hero as they aro all
known In Pendleton.
Everything Is being done toward
making tho Frazler opera houso ono
of the neatest and most convenient
nlav houses in tho northwest, A now
lot of scenery will arrive and take tho
place of the old, between now and
tho 10th and tho attraction to open
here on that evening will draw a
largo crowd, not only because It will
bo the first play on tho local boards
for tho 1902-3 season, but because tho
Richard & Pringlo minstrels aro well
and favorably known here and are
recognized as one of the best minstrel
troupes on the roau.
LAST WEEK'S WEATHER.
What the Weather Man Handed Out
To the People of Pendleton.
Tho weather of last weok waB
nearer to tho liking ot those com
pelled to rsmaln In Pendleton during
the heated season, than any weok
since the beginning of the hot
In fact, almost -every day of the
week has been a typical fall day with
tho sun's rays somewhat obscured
part ot tho time and with tho usual
hazo that visits tho land during the
fall which Is termed "Indian Sum
mer." The days wero not boning
hot and tho nights wero cool enough
that people could sleep very comfor
tably under blankets.
Tho hottest day of tho weok was
Tuesday when tho government Instru
ment, operated by William Hilton
local weather observer, registered
Just 98 in tho shade at the middle of
This Was What Judge Fltz
Assessed Him for His Fun
Richard Tcmcn paid $25 lino and
cost amounting to $11.35 under sen
tence by Judgo Thomas Fltz Gerald
this forenoon for tho fun he had at
tho Kino grove danco Sunday night.
It will bo romombcred that Temen
went to tlw grovo and demanded ad
mittance Into tho danco platform
without paying and was forcibly
ejected by Special Policeman Hlckoy.
Temen then began to abuso Police
man Hlckoy nnd was arrested but al
lowed to go home on his own recog-
nlzanco on tho promlso of being good.
When ho nrrlved homo ho started in
to abusing his wlfo. A neighbor In
terfered and took a couplo of falls
out of tho drunken man who was then
f reed to bed.
A warrant was sworn out for his
arrest, however, for tho disturbance
nt the grovo and ho was taken before
tho Justice court this morning and
tho One was tho result.
District Attorney Halley, adminis
tered a sound lecture to Tomen, after
tho fine was fixed by tho court, which
ho will perhaps remember for ROmo
time, and if ho does It will keep him
out of trouble In tho future
Special Policeman Hlckoy, who
keeps order at tho grove, says every
body Is wolcomo to como to tho
dance, but thoso who como aro ox
pected to behavo themselves, If thoy
do not thoy will 00 compelled to do
so. Tho mlnuto a "rough houso" IB
started tho guilty ones will be ar
MANDATE RECEIVED IN
THE 8IMM0N8 CASE.
Judgment Now Amounts to $20,700
With Interest Mandate Also Re
ceived in Case Involving Water
County Clerk W. D. Chamberlain
received to supromo court mandates
Ono Is tho case of G. D. Simmons
ngalnst tho Oregon Railroad & Navi
gation Company in which Plaintiff
recovered Judgment In tho lower
court for S20.000 damages for Injuries
ro olved in a wreck.
Tho readers of tho East Oregonian
will rcmembor this caso as tho full
particulars hnvo beon given soveral
times. Tho plaintiff was employed
by tho railroad company and in May,
1900, was riding on a freight as n
passenger nenr Kamola, when tho
train ran off thu track and Simmons
received a broken leg, sovernPbrokon
ribs and other injuries. Simmons
sued for $20,000 and costs. Tho
Judgment of tho lower court was af
firmed by tho supromo court Tho
judgment is for $20,700 and intorcst
from Juno, 1901.
Tho othor mandato was In the caso
rovcrslng of Judgo Ellis in his de
cision in tho Oregon Land & Con
struction Company vs. Tho Allen
Ditch Company. Tho cult was brought 1
to provent tho ditch company from
taking water out of tho Umatilla
river, below Echo, Just abovo tho
land owned by tho Oregon Land &
Construction Company. Tho lower
court decided ngdnst tho ditch com
pany and the supreme court reverses
For August a6, 27 amU '
offer in Johnson's White O'l.i
144 15o Bowls at 10c.
63 6O0 Teapots at 35c.
26 40o Sugars at 25o,
This is your gain, our CSj
Remember for only three days. '
20 lbs. Sugar, $.00.
Owl Tea House
Pure Whlto Jar Itubbors
TEMENS RAISES ROW AGAIN.
This Time It Is With His Wit
Arrest Has Been Made.
Richard Tomen, who is foreman at
tho Pendleton Scouring mills, has
been raising trouble again. This
tlmo It was with hlB wlfo, but Temen
has not been arrested on tho chargo.
It is said that Tciuen Is a very
peaceable man and treats his family
as well as any man can when he Is
sober, but when, he gets drunk ho is
transformed into a demon and no
one can do anything with him. It ap
pears that ho came down town last
night and proceeded to load up again
on bad whisky. When he waB.fulI to
tho gunwales ho went homo and be
gan to raise a disturbance. Ho kick
ed at his wlfo when sho throw her
hand down to protect herself, tho
blow Injured tho hand quite severely
and It is said broko one of her flngors.
"Every Napoleon has had his
"Yes. And every republic Its Ma
Better ones at
A coplo woro married In a balloon
nt Tioga. Thoy'll come back to ear.h
sooner or later, like all newly married
I will offer for n ihort tlma 640 acrei ol la'
Wheat land 2 miles from I'endletoo, ralMtij
uu.uuia ui Hrniu pur Here, pioniy 01 Water,
acres In Alfalfa, 20 mora can be let to
and Irrigated. Prico, 816,000.
Homo and corner lot. Hbade and fruit trwS
iium juhiu sired. mi
A few moro stock ranches left ia Cat,
Brick trailneu block MilOO, Main street
Town property of oyerjr description .
Property ihown In eltbor town or eonm
without cxpenie to you. Come and ml;
Office In E. O. Btfi i
P. O. Box 324 PENDLETON, ft J
ST. JOE STORE,
SATURDAY AND MONDAY,
AUGUST 30 AND SEPTEMBER 1.
Odds and ends from our stock of fine wash fabrics, fancy
lawns, cotton challies, dimities, figured and striped fancies
goods which have sold as high as 15c and 20c per yard.
All reduced special for Saturday and Monday, per yard. . .
THE LYONS MERCANTILE GO.
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
14 lots, close to Bisters' School, from $50 to $126. Rare bareains.
10 room Iteeidence on West Court Street; very desirable location;
a DarRum at fdvuu.
13 lots in Reservation Addition from $40 to J120. Well woith th
0-rooin Cottage on "West Alta Street, four blocks from Main. A
splendid place to live. Hie lianrain at SHOO.
bev' ral very desirable lots north 1
Good Investments. $75 to $250.
It will pay j ou to investigate these city property offers.'
Borne splendid wheat and grazing laud close to town. If you have
money to invest in real estate, see me.
of the river, not far from biidr,
WF parnhpQrt ReaI Estate and Insurant?,
. 1. LdlllllUlIl, Assnmtinn Rlndr.
MAIN AND VEBB STREETS,! PENDLETON.
Undertaking Parlor to connection.
LEGAL. BLANKS StftX
afogcte of them. A fall supply always kept In stock.
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