Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 15, 1902)
.us And TNAUtOi ALKHAHL I IHAI I V IDBIUIWK
M VI" " -- - .
ll,B;.-r. 10 to 18 a. m. :
-.. rw nRKPAIN block.
" .nil impaired nearmg.
, flttfd for reiraciiTB cr
"itMTipia nvnii TflH
. . it n i ii ihiii
7nM. D.. nOMHOPATHIC
T.rtKFHn. urace la jnuu
hei office, black 73;
BUVr. 91 JnM hatldlnz.
m rww t -
prgiuruvb k -w-"i '
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 37. K. O. T. M.
cjw in necret aoclety Hall, second
and fourth Toesdaye In each month. All
TUItlng Sir Enlghta cordially Invited. J,
8. Sees, Record Keeper; a D. Batabrook,
vuuiumu U We
IKMULHTON LODGE, NO. 52, A. P. AND
A. M., meeta flrat and third Mondavi of
ainh v 1 ersla.l a .a .
uuuiu. ruiiiug Dremren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ; Joe II. Parkee. Sec,
l KNULETON CnAPTBIl, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, H. P., F. F. Wamalev. aecretarr.
meeta spcond and fourth Ftldaya of each
in ui t ti i u uuwic iiai I.
. ROOM 17 ASSOCIA
jyeitione. main vai ; mi'
prwi'1111 1 irr ' V ' I .. i
. ' - r, I tlanlr .11 1 1 rl .
Ct in OHYIIIfcH iii i,..-
rhrontc ana Nervoua maoama
Cl? 0C0 UIOC. WCb III 1 mwiw
4imiii8 and dtaeaaes of
otel Pendleton. Cor. Water
Pmdleton, Ore. 'Phone
Den I id i a-
, HKNTIKT. OFFICH IN
'Phone red 71.
PKMTIBT, OFFICB IN AB-
Li, RANK OF ATHENA,
num. p,m.u"v ,
Interest .on JItk! deposits.
tn and Piinintw ' nnr.ee
' . ...... ITmm
i i. m, T tTlrlr .I.iliiimI .
Harnett, cashier; F. n. 1.0
I1ANK OF WK8TON.
J. u. Kllcrore, caauier; ai
Tiartmiin. M. M. Johna. T.
nmw. J. V. JCUsore. Robert
nuu. ii(wi"ni - . -
1 IJO.OOO; surplus 90,ooo;
and sum -m nil principal
J. Furnlnh, president : 3. N.
meiu ; J.. i. nuaii. mom,;..
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNI0HT8 OF
i jiuim. u. w. ueia, u. c. ; R. w.
Fletcher, K. of R. and B. Meeta every
"I' i ii iiviitL oucietj Mail.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.'
Tntullla Camp, No. 0399. Meeta drat
nuu inira aionaaya or each month at Odd
renews uau. ueorse A. Hamblln, Coo
bui , u. a. uooDina, uierc
WOODMEN OF THH WORLD REOtJLAR
meetwira of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W. art held In Secret Society Hall
every tjacnraay eveninsr. visltlnr nclch-
bora are always welcome. J. P. Walker,
irierK; A. J. Owen. c. C.
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. 8. MERRILL, SPOKANH. WASH,
. Airent New Denamore. Becond-hand
rypewritera.. supplies, reiming, repairing.
MAJPLFI RR08.. COURT STREET, LA
Dow block. Electricians, dealers In elec
trical supplier. Houses, stores, wired for
electric lights, bells or telephones. Elec
trical fixtures of all kinds . Get our prices,
Repair work a specialty.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
THE OLD SEMPLE "BED TAHD, 721
Cottonwood street, Lindsay a Doty
props. Liivery, reed and sale stable. Bad.
die horses at all times. Hortea for aala.
Phone Red 41.
THE- CITT LIVERY ROARD AND BALH
Stable, M. J. Carney, proprietor, for
One turnouts. Stable 118 Alta street.
COMMERCIAL STABLES. O. W. FROOMB
Prop. LIvory, Feed and Boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op
posite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 101.
iian Tin if inriNim ruiu uu
nn. jni in 1 1 aiiiii nuiuuc. iuqbicb
V WWII.arki- mm a wa
AN. I.KAUINU l'UUlVIUUa-
Ain Ht.. npnr nriam. ruww
i.ik a ni i HiiiLunna.
1FTV illPUITIi'l'T A Nil Mil.
bulIdlnKS in tne cut or conn-
nrr ir rnwrninvinH Attn
oa ltluff street near Mam.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
; v.tot JreRonlan office.
K AROflTKCT AND 8UPKR-
Uitc order at Badley ai
Ma.n Bt, P. O. tx
hm? .Block: land offlc
U R nai A .t I . .n n .
WIU'D. S. LAND COM-
made, of land ni-
! lflmMnM A - 1 1 1 1 . .
! DAPIT utllir . un vnnp
'M the urlo nf ty.a nnhlli.
ia i.. - ;.-u.v I-------
lommert ai r.ir, hi. hi. nr
- ua me nack win can
UME, EitwiM rtirrnn nnnp
ln S53. Kl.nil In frnnt r.t
n n 1 1 . . . "
UANIRT. vi.,,1 .
Block 0!?- tJonrt st"
"! Call and see him.
.. iilUAl.KH IM avmrT
. ...is and rrn.W.H ti
"ft 212 corn
(iav? : .
.-. "un wiiii ninniM .
n i.-. . - II II rJA I K Al K n
lu lovn flu nr.uL
r lunar oi Ulndlmror vunun
""iflHHT nr.... ,. '
uup jit Mta
OREGON FEED YARD, W, T. B0YNT0N
Prop. Special care given to horses left
with me. Lower Webb street 'Phone
BOARD AND LODGING.
CHE WHITE LODGING HOUSE, 01
Booth Main atreet, M. T. Bradley, prop,
aonaekeeprng; rooms and lodging rooms.
ood comfortable" roosaa and clean, wall
cept beds. Lodging 25 centa.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets: gooda
targe, clean rooms with comfortable beda.
Oatea 25c and 50c a night. Tbos. Baaart,
HOTEL ALTA, . CORNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set Rates 14 and 5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard in connection. L.
FORNISnED R00M8 FOR RENT TKRMS
reasonable, at Wi Water St, Phone Red IK
T!i HORSE SHOW
BEGINNING OF THE SOCIAL
SEASON IN NEW YORK.
All Society Flocking to the City to
Attend the Great Event Republl
can oPIitles Top-Heavy.
New York, Nov. 14. Tho botrlnnliic
Ot the social season In New York Is
marked by the openlnp of tho Horse
fallow, for all society Hocks to town
ror this auspicious national event,
which usually takes place the third
week In November. The exhibition
this year will excell that of all other
seasons, both from tho social and
horsey" standpoint, for the number
or distinguished out-of-town visitors
will be much larger and there will be
more entries. Something of tho im
portance of this affair may be Imag
ined when it is stated that $850 was
paid for a single box this year. This
price exceeds any In tho history of
the show, last year's record standing
at $635. Visitors, however, are sure
to see the grandest display of beauty
and the beast ever witnessed and
since it is not often that society as
It is spelled with a big S turns out
en masse, one is not supposed to let
such a trifle as money stand in the
way of an attendance at the Horse
There are likely to be Interesting
developments in republican politics
in this state during the next two
years. The party has become "top-
heavy" so to speak. Six shears of
power In the nation and elgth years
of power in the state have resulted
In a condition which may be described
as "political dyspepsia,' the conse
quence of over-feeding on ofllcial pat
ronage. This is no mere word pic
ture. Those who are able to look be
hind the scenes can see readily enough
what Is going on. They see the clash
of personal ambitions, the contests
of factions, the workings of revenge
and even some of tho evidences of
corruption. There Is reason to believe
that certain aspects of republicanism
at Albany are no better than Tam
many In Now York. There are Hoose- f a f T f"
velt and anti-Roosevelt factions In lt US IO
this state. Friends of tho president T tj
are numerous and strong, but his ene-, X Oiit txAiiliSlR
mles are exceedingly bitter and thcyi
win strike at him whenever they can
do so without danger from his popu
larity, which has over been Increased
since the recent election. Kcpubll
canlsm In Brooklyn is In bad shape.
There are two or three factions In
this city altogether and there Is dan
ger at any time of a bad explosion.
Senator Piatt himself admitted after
the election, that the reduced republl
can majority was a warning to the
fiissenting factions In the narty. Only
the most skilful engineering on his
part can prevent the threatened ca
Despite the fact that the coal strike
has been settled, the situation In
New York city Is acute and It is
hardly possible that Mayor lxiw will
be able to enforce the smoke nuisance
ordinance after today, as was origin
ally planned. It Is certain that the
normal supply of anthracite will not
be on hand In New York for some
time yet. A fair Idea of the nresent
state or the coal market may be ob
tained from the following story: The
president of one of the largest coal
carrying roads, who lives lu this city,
aBkod his dealer a few days ago to
send him flvt- tons of furnace coal.
The dealer replied that he could only
gno mm one ton, as he did not feel
that he could fipare more than that
amount for one customer. "Very
good," said the president. "I'll have
to bo content with what you can let
me havo.'1 The railroads are doing
their best to get the coal bore, but
the output of the mines for the vear
is from twenty to twenty-flve million
tons less than it was in 1901 and the
situation is dlfnculL It Is the poor
who will suffer the most under the
AGENTS WANTED-FdR OUR HOUSEHOLD
specialties uaed In ovtrw home. Eaay seller.
Uomeatlcfttfg. Co , Raclue Janet., Wii,
WANTED COMPKTKNT OIRL TO TAKE
careof child. Good wages. Knqulre of tile
Caihler at Boston Store.
FOR SALK CHKAP-A PIANO, ALMOST
new, alao two heating Moves, Inquire tit
Kllne'a liquor atore, 019 Main Bt.
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USB
of these classified columns. If yon have
something you hav no nae for, offer to
trade It for something that soma other
body may have and have no nse for, aome
thlnr that von ma need In your business.
Yon may have an extra horse that yon
may wish to trade for a cow or a vehicle.
Some body may have the cow and vehicle
and want the horse. A 15c or 25 cant want
ad will probably do the business.
FOR KENT STORE-ROOM ON COTTON',
wood street. Enquire of OhrM Runlcy,
FOUND- FOUR FLAT KEYS.
at thli ofliee.
You cu always get tender,
juicy Bteak at our market.
It's lust what you need to
satisfy your appetite aud build
up your strength during the
fall and winter months. Any
thing you want in the meat
line, come to us, we have it
and the liest of the kind. Low
prices and satisfaction prevail
T S T It E K T
Ho user's Old Stand :
Several of the larger commlslon
houses In Wall street are encouraging
conservative purchases In anticipa
tion of a winter's rise. A Drofesslon-
al market critic exulains this nttl-
tude thus: "When the autumn busi
ness begins to slacken outside inter
est in the market will increase. A
man whose autumn business has re
quired $100,000 suddenly finds he has
use for. say, $75,000. He brings the
other $25,000 to Wall street. Outside
money brought to Wall street is al
ways employed on the long side of the
market and many stock market people
have- learned to expect and count
upon a rising winter market without
knowing precisely how it is."
C O TJ It
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. Wi & C. R. Depot
IN POUND THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
1 - I I .bAn 1 h. lliA mullhll AI
the City ol Pendleton, to-wlt ; One aorrel geld-
pounds age I yean, no brand vlalble. said
animal Is not claimed by the owner or thote
entitled to the poiaetalon of it, costa and ex.
penaea agalnat ft paid and It taken away with
in ten days frem the date hereof, then at 2 o'
clock p. m. of the 25th day ol November. 19ft;,
.i I i .. i 1 win h. uttil tn t hit hlffheat
bidder, at public auct'on, for oash, at the city
1 j it...n. of lntintiiBivwl ann U 01)11
itrceti in said City of Pendleton, the proceeds
ol such sal to bo applied to the payment of
nA.ta unil arnAiupa ni inRktiia? sale. Dated
tbU 14th day of November, IWJ.
J, A. Illlaaa.Uiy, VitvJ
MEN AND WOMEN.
Ua PU O tot unnatural
Irritation! or ulceration
m m inamliTinal.
i I'sumesfl. nuu tut aaa.
frHEEWJSCMEUiCu'CO. ! " WiOOBI.
or ceut In plain orcfML
Lr tupreM, prepaid, lot
ti.OO, ur 3 bottlou. S2.T3. .
ircul&r aont en nxtooat.
A t in dura tmeajs w w rJr
lU.UUU lMltnuulW. sayil"a.aia ituuui
tot iuchi:hikii'h knomhii to
If 111 anH ii.AA tnia.lilii Uiiea. ddftltU wit
blua ribboa. Take- nu other. Itefuate
Huii.lllullon.ti,! lMillllon- A.t iir
UrucUl, ur Mud 4 ! nUiu imni. fwrlMr
tleuUrM, TwiIIimiihUI. U'l llk!et
Tur IMllea, V nturu ilnll. Ml) M
UrutKliU. I'hli'hl-nler4 lu-nilriu J ik.
n .uimb miMHr. i'iiii.a., i
When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget' to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
Let Murphy Frame those
Pictures for Christmas
Don't put off having the
work dene. If Murphy
does the work it will be
good work and you will be
highly pleased, Best stock
of framing material.
E. J. Mtipliy's
Best work at lowest prices.
Swarthmore's New President.
Swarthmore, Pa., Nov. 1G. Today
was a red letter day In the history
of bwarthmore College, the occasion
helng the Inauguration 'of the new
president of the institution, Joseph
awain, iu d. Tho installation cere
monies were held this morning lu
the main hall of the college. Tho par
ticipants Included the students, facul
ty and alumni, together with eminent
representatives of many of Uie lead
ing Institutions of learning through
out the country. In his Inaugural ad
dress Dr. Swain reviewed the hiHtory
of Swarthmore, mentioning the many
graduates who have become famous
in the affairs of the nation, and brief
ly outlined the policy which ho pur
poses to pursue as head of the Institution.
We do trucking and hauling
of all description at; reason
Your horses will be well cared
for if taken to the Old Dutch
Henry Feed Yard, corner
West Alta and Lillith streets.
Hay, grain and all kinds of
feed bought and sold.
Horses for dale at all times.
WILLIAM CONNERLEY, Prop.,
Successtor to Hays it Connerley.
Saves labor and produces clean
clothes- ... Cash Price fio
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.,
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Travollng Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt Dlnlngroom Service.
Every Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room In connectloi
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
Krugers Book Is Out,
lioudon, Nov. 15. 'the autobiogra
phy of former President Kruger was
issued simutaneously today in Eng
land. Germany and other countries.
It is a volume of one hundred thous
and words and tells the story of Mr.
Krugcr's life, from his babyhood to
the negotiations for ieaee. The early
chapters' describe Kruger's youthful
education, hunting .adventures and the
succeeding chapters contain accounts
of expeditions against tho Katlir
chiefs. lie tells of the civil war, tho
diamond mines, the dynamite monop
oly, and the railway interests, clos
ing with a long acount of tho Jamieson
raid and the subsequent conlllct with
car lit Time Sohedule aaaiva
roa From I'ondlotou raoM
Chicago- Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
Portland Worth, Omaha, Kan-
Special aaa City, St. Louti, 8 HO a. aa
530 p.m. Chicago and Eaat.
Atlantic Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
Kipreaa Worth, Omaha, Kan-
6:15 a.m. aaa City, Bt. Louts, 11:10 p. m
via Hunt- Chicago and Kaat.
at p. ni Wall Walla,Lawlaton,
?..tu.u Spokane. Wallace,
i.V . T , rtHrnan. Mlnneapo-
13 a.m. ii, Bt. Paul, Dululh, -P-
Jv.n. Milwaukee, Chicago
Spokane. ,ntj a.
Ocean and River Schedule.
AU aalllng datea sub-8,-OOp.n,
Ball every 5 dara.
-Daily ' ' T
BX Columbia River ..
Stoop m. To Astoria and War Bandsy
10 a0 p in.
Willamette HI vT.
fioata leave Portland datlv. excer4 Bandav
(atage of water permitting) for Willamette and
YamhUl River polnte.
WilllamHtown, Mass,, Nov. 14. The
third annual debate between repre
sentatives of Williams and Wesley an
colleges, which takes place tonight In
Jesup hall, promises to be tho event
of the student year. Wealeyan will
have the affirmative and Williams the
negative side of the question, "Re
solved, That Congress Should Enact
a Law Under Which All Corporations
Doing Interstate Business or Hub In ess
lu More Than Ono State Should be
Required to Organize."
Dinner for M. Cambon.
WuHhiugtoii, D. C, Nov, 14. Repre
sentatives of the state department,
members of the diplomatic corps and
other guests of distinction will gather
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
F Walsh this evening for a dinner to
bo given In honor of the retiring
French ambassador, M. Jules Cam
boii. M, Cambon will go to Now York
tomorrow 'to attend a similar affair
In Jils honor arid will then take a fly
ing trip to, the middle West buioro
taking his final departure from the
The monthly report of Health Com
missioner F. J, Schug shows 30 deaths
In Tacoma for October, a rate of ,73
per 1000, For Beveral months Taco
ma's mortality statistics have attest
ed this among the healthiest titles
in the United States.
Ktparla ' Bnake River
4 MS a. m. I Rlparla to Lewlston
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Joliimou Slrcrtu,
F. Kolly, Proprlotor.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTIIICITY
AiiKirlcmi I'Ihii, miial '.'fl tn'j.MO
KnroiHiui I'Ihii. r,0(i, 7i1c, 9I.OO.
8KV'fl nitoH by wni'k r iniwiMl.
Free 'bus meets all trains I
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooma
Special Attention (iiven IVwiitry Trade
F. r. WAUHLKY, Agent. Pendleton.
CulCHKo, Ht. Paul, Hi. Louis, Kan
bm City, Ht. Joe, Ouiaba, uud
All Points East and Sonth
Port Land and points
oa tho Sound
Leave Pendlebin, dally i-xoept Sundays al
Arrive Pendletou Monday, Wedneeday ana
Friday 11 KS pm.
Arrive Pendleton Tuesday, Tburadaj and
Saturday sr2S am.
Leave Walla Walla dally, tut bound, II IX) pm.
Arrive Walla Wulla dally, treat bound, H-Ab am,
ror Information regarding rates and acoora
modatlona, call on or add reaa
W. ADAMH, Ageut,
8. 0. CAI.DBRI1EAD, U. P. A..
Walla Walla, Waab.
FOR BALE AT TUB BABT OUEOONIAN
otace, large bundles of aewspapers, eon
talnlng ever 100 big pa peis caa be ob
tained for 20 cent a bundle.
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DARVEAU, Prop.
Block and a lialf Ifom depot.
Sample room In connection.
ROOM RATE - 50c, 75o. $1.00
American I'tau. It lit r flav uud uuwald.
litaduuartera for lournU and cniuuicrclat trav.
clera. hjiircfal rate made to fauitljra and aluglc
gtntlcmru The management will be pleaaed
at all tliuta to ahow looma and give pncci. A
uoacru J urv.uu uainraiaiiiiaiimruiin l lie uotel.
II c lIUWItKri, aiauaacr.
Babbitt MeUI, beat In the world, In
bars. Price 91 par bar, it the Ett
1 - t Vl-aTftta.
bJaViuUizir,IUeprKcrilonotafinMuaPrenHiplirl'laii will k. y cure xJ otall
nervouaor tllanMHof tlie Kir'utrauvu ofi,ran. am Ii At 1 ti.i.w liitiiuiila.
I'alu 1m llir llM-k, hrmliiul i:uiaaliitia. TVrl on. Iletillllr, I'iuplev
fefufltiia. til Harr.I.ili.u.llui- lii.la.a. VuiIi-imIIi ...ill t'ltl.al I UH I lUAU
, v,i' " II I'l oallllllla.
I I aliiia Ca.II Ii tf ftaitf a-.r l,lrliL I'ruVhii tat fa nli k. rnwat .( tk rm. jl LU Ii It fiUtCL
FeivU to HrmUrrtt and!! tM b'.mWf.f lmw: 4 Vit nrNiSiltunMlht
ilvtr, the Lliuvyanua u.o utiiuty orjiii-i ui 141 .....
auwl rNitnrM ttm&.l I wfiilf tit ili.il.
OUi'IXJKNK tho vnly kuowu tvmvdy Vt tutu Mltbaui t -i ii-r 'i t
raaritnteecrtven mwi rnom-r rttornf1 If 0 Mut-dfHMUM t-ffoot u iwanutut cnifc
6inlL. Bend for iuicKcirrulur and t'atlUiutilfti4.
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUQGIST6, "PENDLETON, OREGON.