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IT PAYS TO TRADE AT THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WEALTHY UMATILLA FARMER
COMMITS SUICIDE SATURDAY.
commc again. It is time you were thinking about those
...ill .tr.il ITpf Vnil CSV "fan tllinl- nf nntti
St"'-' 1 l. i: r i...
We say. come in au ici us auu juu a hub ui useiui
..iri verv nii-c iui . . . ....
ctlk liaUUKercnieis, sun muiucis, uic-asimia, uicss jiovcs,
oks, evening shawls, silk handkerchiefs, silk ties, dress
Itterns. muns, cuna jaAia 4ni wui iuu9 cl- u&u
I as well as nice ior present.
IfDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1902.
Howard farm loans
jGratz's clam chowder
f rn oysters at Castle's.
TantooVi fni- nhnp renalrine.
Ecan'B for cigars and tobacco.
It made candy dally at The
Whitaker, the dentist.
Christmas ties. Teutsch.
Head the St Joe Store ad.
Olympla oysters at Castle's
Oyster cocktails at Gratz's.
75c men's half soles, Teutsch.
40c ladles' half soles. Teutsch.
Claus Lempke Becomes Suddenly
Demented and Hangs Himself In a
Deserted House Funeral Today.
Tho many friends of Claus Lemnke
wore startled Saturday afternoon by
me news of his suicide at his home
In the Cold Springs country, north of
Mr. Lempke was one of the wealthy
and extensive farmers of Umatilla
county. Friday night ho went to bed
without any signs of mental abber
ation, but was somewhat restless,
About 2:30 in the morning he awak
ened his wife by telling her that
something was wrong with the horses
at the barn and ho would go out and
see what it was. He got out of bed,
uressed ana went to the barn, This
was the last time he was seen alive.
He did not return, and Mrs. Lempke
uecame alarmed and went out to in
vestigate. He could not be found at
the barn and a search began of the
other outhouses. After looking In all
the buildings about the barn and
stock corral Mrs. Lempke went Into
an old house, standing near their
home, which had been their home at
one time, but had been discarded for
the new and more commodious home.
This old house was used as a store
house and when Mrs, Lempke opened
the door and flashed the light from
her lantern into the room she was
startled by finding the body of her
husband hanging between the roof
and the ground, dead.
Mr. Lempke had evidently cone to
the barn, secured a rope, and going
to the old house, had thrown the
rope over a beam, tied one end to the
beam, then made a noose in the other
end of the rope, placed it over his
neck and climbing onto a box, made
For Christmas gifts, go to Teutsch
Don't fail to read St. Joe Store the fatal leap which landed him into
ad. eternity. As soon as possible Mrs.
Tables loaded with holldnv rwls -empKe secured assistance and cut
at Tn me ""uy aown. uut it uaa ueen nane-
,,...,, ,,,,, , o. P"6 u nour aim me was
iuijiuiu llluuuij,Cl null un!3B I uvfftlf't
i j , , . . , I ........
neese sanawicnes ai uraiz s, Mr i ,,au ...... ,..,.ii.,..,ii.. ......
............ ..tic uiiuuuiniuij iciu-
Dorsinlv Insane when ht pnrii.i! life
t your 'mining cieanea at is. uouciuy presents. St. Joe Store. Hie. Some two jears ago he attempt
" No Chinese cooklne at Phlllins' res f" to eml ills lite with a razor, cut
best repairing fur shoes, -aurant. Everythine tastes good. ting his neck frightfully, but failed (o
. He..' Hnr atnro fnr cmnVln Ult JSlar Velll. He Was then
said to be temporarily out of hi
mind, which whs limnirhr nint in-
c.i. l . Tn . . " v
u i-iBiici n i worrvme: over fl love nffalr
book store tor hugene V. Debs' lec- a little over two yeais ago he sent
tUre. Itn fjermflllv fnr hl nlil cu-caHi.nt
largest variety of holiday goods inland when she arrived heie. for some
the city and prices lowest. St. Joe reason the wedding was called off
Store. and Mr. Lempke blooded over the
Another large sliiument of Iron loss of nls intended bride until he
toys just received. Nolfs Santa Claus cuuciuueu io ena ms me. He was
headquarters, then adjudged insane and sent to the
ao, t-i,i., i.,t.,i.,Dj """. Meie ne oniy siayea a lew
v.tn torn nnn fw I u,ulul, uu
..in tiynnvtmuiiufr iui b I cured After
IIUIIOC? Ill maDiH.
I Schaffher I
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A Concern in the Middle West went
wrong. A shipment intended for them was
STOPPED by use of the TELEGRAPH. A
representative of the maker sold them to us at
a SACRIFICE. Were intended for $25.00
Saits. We bought them at a price that en
ables as to offer them at
There are four patterns, the material is
FIRST-CLASS, the make is HIGH-CLASS,
the style is RIGHT.
COME . AND SEE THEM
It'e Premium bams and
save money by
Eat the Standard.
1st line of canned
res at the Standard.
candies in beautiful pack-
lour specialty The Delta,
jkr day clearat.ee sale on all
milliner' at Mrs. Campbell's.
R clear store, Malay s old
! headquarters for smokers' sup-
One Thousand Birds Expected in the
Show Which Opens Tomorrow at
Walla Walla, Dec. 15. Tomorrow,
the fourth annual noultry show will
was leieased as being onen in Armory hall, where the ex-
his return to his home hlhlt of the best fowls in the North-
in the Cold Surints country, he mrntn ...oof n.m v,o moa fnp flv. ,lnv Ves.
Perry Houser is now prepared to besought the woman to marrv him. .o,. 07 t,ioU r hirH arrWort m,i
See Earnhart. the real estate ,"i'" u"rll me" UBW Duup antl 111,8 tlme "alt uetttiI' success. weie placed In position in the hall,
uu cuoi .iilu ntioci. iiiey were marneu aim nave lived ntiri innv crnrea nf h rdi have been
1 - ... . . . i" . -- .
Perry Houser's meat market on apparently very contented ever since, taken in nnd placed along side the
East Alta street is now open. Best They have one child. was 0f the great hall. Tomorrow
meat, prompt service. -" Lempke was 30 years of age they will be ready for lnsiiectlon.
Now on at
; Sale Hood bus't ess on Court .
The Nolf Stoe
of tlie season arc always
found at our restaurant.
At present we have
led A girl to do general
rork Good wages. Apply to
Rent Cheap 440 acres, good
house and good barn. See
art the real estate man.
riotic Pendleton People Prefer
pton's Popular Product, Pur-
g Indian Robes for Presents, t
Salt Lodglue house. 12 rooms I
tree lots on Main street. G00J 1
tV A bargain. E. T Wade.
flotlc Pendleton People Prefer
ftons Popular Product, Pur
IS Indian Robes for Presents.
rain In land; 480 acres of wheat
pises 25 to 30 bushels per acre;
rres in winter barlev. Will har-
15 Bushels ner acre. All fenced.
Inouse. 12500. easv terms. Own
poor health. E. T. Wade.
o..Qii 1 au" has been in Umatilla county for iudee Hitchcock, of Denver, has an
its to nhrlstmas tree, and social the ".ast 15 -ve.ars' The funeral oc- ,ived and will he ready to begin work
i trrti" i miII tin: I
"ra anil 12.000 (.heel,
in nil , .nm ui,,,
It U"i" .1' 1 t: rnui'ti
trsm, ' -j .,.a 1 of pJt.H
' HX) t ,,f liav.oiily4K
Jtew )HUt uui, fo.noo.
LfJf .0l1 'Ut rlvr '- "I""- fr"
kbOHIV 11 ,r,U,l IL ...I... .........
, t uir mull
t miifiiM, 1 have listed.
ttopertv a Sotcialtv
t lcne list
l not list property unlets the
Real Estate Dealer.
nuts to Christmas tree and
committees, at The Delta.
Pianos for rent. First-class
Htruments at reasonable prices,
dress "C. W." care this office.
Patriotic Pendleton- People Prefer
Pendleton's Popular Product, Pur
chasing Indian Robes for Presents.
curred at the home today. Rev. H. as soon a8 the show opens. The en
nicue, 01 viana ana, conducting trteu have been laruer than In any
the services, and the body was buried nrevlous show, and if all the birds
i nthe cemetery at Warren Station.
will be nearly 1000 In
New Freight Rates in Effect
Chicago, 111., Dec. 16. In pursu
ance of the agreement reached last
e Dally East Oregonlan Is on sale month a gcnural restoi ation of freight Wa.ia w
artland at the Rich news stand In rates, except those of packinghouse
AN OPEN TOWN.
Hotel Perkins, and at the Hotel Port
Say! if your eyes trouble you in
any way. consult Henker . the eye
tlon; 120 Court street.
Furnished rooms at 777 Thompson
street, opposite the M. E. church, are
offered for rent in the classined ad
Don't miss hearing Eugene V. Debs, I
alla's Sunday Closing
Is Not Enforced,
Walla Walla, Dec. 16. 'After a year
IIimdredMof Iron Toy..
Iron Hunks nil styles
Toy Bureaus, Cradles,
Kocklug Chairs, Toy
lu U) V2.HS
. . 5u to 8.1)5
fifte to .'I Uft
. fin Ui M
10c to .41 ,
5o to ii.(H)
pioducts and cattle, was put into ef'
feet today bv the Western lines. This
action is probably the most Important of tribulation caused by spasmodic
from n tialHe staiiiliiDlnt Taken hv efforts to close the town on Sunday,
No charges for examlna- lIH vesieni roaus in years, ana win line tn ui n " ""
ieenues. piovided it develops that the palmy days of Marshal Robinson,
the traffic can be maintained, it Is except for appearances. Yesterday
esumaieu mat mis lestoratlon 01 was uui an oruumi nuuua, di ukui- . , .
rates to tne basis of January 1, lauz, 1 1 an me saioous nuu cigar twico
will add tullv 25 ner cent to the rev- were uniocKea. ana men passed in uuu
enues leee ved in rommni t es nf. out at will. At tne windows papers 1
the ex-rallroader, speak on "Modern fected, and fully 10 pei cent to the ag- or curtains had been placed, but the
Prnhlnma" WefineRdnv nt the Frftrfir! I vi ..vol,. A i,. frnnl ilonrn In nparlv every case were
26 and 50 cents. cm ioarU unlocked, and entrance could be had'
Modem Problems" will be the sub- - -- as leadily as upon any other day. ,
Boston dallies say that it Is one ol ow York. Dec. 15. Leading splr- Mrs- ,,erle Harris Dead
the greatest of lectures. its of the Young Men'h Christian Ah- Mrs. Irene Harris, of Couse Creek
New belts, neckwear, drawn work,ho''1aiUii. member), ot the Interna- in the east end of the county died
albums, toilet sets, manicure sets, tional Committee, assemble at the Ui her home Saturday morning of dl
mufflers, hosiery, scarfs, tascinators, Waldorf-Abtoria this evening foi their abetes. after suffering more or less
furs, sweaters. St. Joe Store. annual dinner, which is the event or irom this disease for the past nve
Pendleton X.odge No. 02, A. F. and lnL ieaT ln assouauon eircius. uuests jears. Mrs. Harris was tne moiner
A M will have a stated communlca- "' j inumiuuiira o, ju. r. i ounm
Finest Oysters f Frog
Legs Clams f Crabs
f and Lobsters f
and ltlier salt and fresli
New Jjitio Celluloid, Comlw.
liruslica, Manicure Hktu. New
(UnxU anil Styles.
ic; rp n u
. WJ M V J X
X All CL.
Line ln Eastern Orexon at
Telephone Main 4,
.1 t,i ...,o,,ln t 7-5n r.'lPft on io uk iieoeni aim uuuieaH uie
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All lirnthHrs rea lies ted tol-""""" """i ,UW1""6
.... niciin. rei,xr..,1 O t) V,.n., IT Q A .
Oeneial W. H. Carter. U S. A.: Pres
ident Lucius Tuttle. of the Iioston
and Maine Railroad, and Major J.
K. Ktench. V S. A
of this city, and was 47 years of age.
R, Alexander's department store is
being greatly Improved ln external
auDcarance by being repainted
White Is being used on the woodwork
and black on the lion work.
E. T. Wade, the real estate dealer,!
last week sold for J. W. Shearer lots
8. 9. 10. 11 and 12 in block 119, Res
ervation addition to W. B. Jenkins,
and also lot 4. block C. ln Swltzlor's
add t on for Wll lam Kelman, to
James Crawford. Consideration
New Midget Ties, 26c.
New Midget Ties, 20c.
New Midget Ties, 25c.
Now Midget Collars, 2 for 25c.
New Midget Collars, 2 for 25c.
New Midget Collars, 2 for 25c.
The Peoples Warehouso.
The Peoples Warehouse.
The Peoples Warehouse.
larucure Sets, Manicure Scissors, lirush and Comb
?"ts. Military Hair Bru&lies, Shaving sets, Toilet
js Ci.ove and Handkerchief Sets, Razors, Safety
""ors, Burnt Leather, Burnt Wood, Pocket Books,
fft Metal Mirrors and Candlesticks, Wrought Iron
Mirrirs and Thermometer. "Japan-se Cloisonne
ve"" JaPatese Moriagi Ware, Pearl Handled Pock
' Knives, Fountain Pens
KOEPPEWQ nPTTf: STORE
L5 StcPs From Main St., Toward the Court Hoose
We feel a pardonable pride
I pointing to Pendleton's popular pur
(chasing place where popular prices
I prevail on pretty polished parlor
; pieces and a pleasing price proclama
tion puts or those peacues ana
plums in reach of po"' oeoples' pock
es Why pay higher prices for
poorer Xmas gifts purchased at other
placed t At Rader's, of course.
In Step With a ProgreuBivn City
Two-thirds of your lift is
spent in your shoes. JJon t you
think it is worth while to make
I your feet glad bv buying comfort
1 p1iC ?
m Douglas Shoes
, for Men
New Service on the Riviera.
I Paris, Dec. 15. The Hamburg
American Hue today established a
tregular service between Genoa, San
Remo, Monte Carlo and Nice, by their
' .t n.1,1. r .ut.t.,1. hapalnfAMI
has plied between Hamburg and Hell- over the world
For Women ....
Red Scho Ihouse Shoes
. , . , For Boys and Girls
Have the "sole of honor'
which has maut- them
goland, The Cobra is to carry only
first-class passengers and the rates
of faro between Genoa and Nice will
vary from about $3.00 to $4.00,
The petition of Waco, Or., tor ru
ral free delivery has been denied by
the special postofftce agent sent to
in PendJt-ton where you can buy
the W. L. Douglas and Pjpgree
Gloria is at the Big
A CITY OF
K shown at our store in our magnificent display of
Dolls. Tlie childrt n fall in love with our big assort
men t. We have laughing dolls, talking dolls, dolls
that close their eyes in slumber when laid down
Medium Sized Dolls
Never in the Instory'of Pendleton was such a beau
tiful and complete collection ol dolls shown.
First sec the dolls and then get our prices, as we
are rfring special inducements.
TALLMAN & CO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS
Boston Store pe $1.00
mam lnn ca -w -nA
.Where Whole Families are Shod. " "
AJLM Bast In th
E. 0. Office