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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1903)
Our Annunl Clearance Salo is in. full swing'
Three Great Specials
Black Clay Worsted Suits at $8.15
Auburn Meltons at $9.60
Blue Serge at $9.60
Bargains in Overcoats, Shoes, Hate and iFurnisli-
Baet & Daley
One-Price Clothiers, Hattors an J Furnishers
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY V, 1903.
Governor Stone, nf Pennsylvania
sdvocates the passage of a stato law
to prevent strikes and. believes tliut
compulsory arbitration is tno solu
tion. A. Wettormark & Co., of Hender
son, Texas, bankers nnd merchants,
today went into liquidation. Tho lia
bilities and assets are each about
Plans are being formed to defeat
the Oklahoma-Indian Territory state
hood bill, to which the president is
said to be. oposed. He favors ad
mitting Oklahoma alone.
The coal famine has become so se
rious that measures to afford relief
were introduced in both houses of
congress yesterday, and a lively de
bate occurred in the senate.
Another battle lias been reported
between tho forces of tho sultan of
Morocco and the pretender. Moham
medan priests are preaching a holy
war, relating the wonderful miracles
said to have been accomplished by
Great Britain has vigorously pro
tested to tho Turkish government
against the permission granted in
September last to the unarmed Rus
' slan torpedo-boat destroyers to' pass
through the Dardanelles and into the
Black Sea, under the commercial flag
Senator JIason has introduced a
bill into congress providing that,
when a coal mlno is nnnnarntml. tn
ihft nrnlllrtfm.rtf iha noniiln iUn olfrt. (
,,t..v,, t..u ....u.-
ney-general may have a receiver up-
pointed by the United States court.:
who shall operate It as long as necos-'
sity continues. j
David Thompson, one of the best
known prospectors in tho Black Hills
over which country he has hunted1
gold for 17 years, struck a ledgo of'
great richness, and after 10 minutes1
demonstrations of delight, fell dead, I w- T- Sellers, Uklah
An examination made later hv nhv-'
sicians, showed a blood vessel in tho
brain to have been ruptured.
J. H. Oroutz, Tacoma. .
S. H. Budderner, Portland.
George Harris, Portland.
A. Nylander, Portland.
Karl Kbring, Portland.
May Dean. Portland.
M. J. Montelth, Portland.
I. . A. Baker, Portland.
J. A. I.uckel, Portland.
Joe Hella, Chicago.
Ed Blackburn, Baker City. .
E. P. Cnble, Walla Walla.
Eddlo Paddock, Weisor.
Prlncilla King, Pocatello.
R. B. Ayres, Whitman.
Charles E. Gibson, Moscow.
J. C. Sidney, Portland.
William Manor, Portland.
C. M. Smith, Portland.
I. II. Mace, Seattle.
A. B. Thompson, Echo.
Mark Suly, Crnwfordsvllle.
The Golden Rule.
J. H. Slaughter, Dale.
D. C. Brown, Pilot Rock.
S. II. Cofman, Milton.
J. C. Coffer and wife, Milton.
W. II. Dougherty, Portland.
T. W. Lusk, jx Grande.
T. j. Hammond, Eau Clair, Wis.
Mrs. Frank Leonard, Farmlngton.
Joseph Montague, Farmlngton.
S. C. Montague, Pomeroy.
Caroline Wasson, Enterprise,
Oran E. Wagner.
Leo B. Tuttle, Elgin.
Henry Hay, Elgin.
Eugene Hay, Elgin.
Dell Payne, Elgin.
Phil Turner, Elgin.
C. Twlllinger, Elgin.
II. Norton, Elgin.
A. Russell, Elgin.
II. Helfrlch, Elgin.
R. Owhby, Elgin.
James Raney, Elgin.
Frank Shoemaker, Elgin.
R. Shoemaker, Elgin.
J, Morelock, Elgin.
John Baxter, Elgin.
E. W. Carmichael, Elgin. 1
George R. Rogers, Elgin.
Charles Marsh, Elgin.
H. G. Knowland, Elgin.
G. W. Derrick, Elgin.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Ira S. Bunker, Freowater.
M. C. Gray, Pullman,
Lewis Cox, Waitsburg.
R. Cas3lo, Portland.
W. J. Moore, Spoknne.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
C. L. Downer, Spokane.
C. D. Hascall, Pilot Rock.
S. L. Franl, Spokane.
Dr. Snapp, Uklah.
B. B. Pago, Monmouth.
W Carleton, Elraira.
J. H. Bell, Eimira.
John Dorn, Echo. ,
The damage in King county, Wash
ington, from tho flood, la plco.? at
$100,000, and 300 people are rendered
For the past four days the only
tians-contlnental trains that have got
Ir.to or out of the Paget Sound coun
try have passed through Portland
The rush of waters In the White
River Valley has reached Its height,
and the flood Js now subsiding.
Weather reports Indicate falling tem
perature In the mountains.
The regular work of the Oregon
State 'University began yesterday
morning, most of tho faculty and stu
dents having returned from their
homes in different parts of the state.
Representative Humphrey, of
Washington, has promised Secretary
Moody that Bremerton will reform
Its social features and obtained a
promise that war 3hlps would theni Hall'e Family I'lils are ths bet.
be sent to the navy yard again. I
o . . . EXCURSION TO KANSAS CITY.
Secretary Sbaw has signed an or- J
der closing tho streams in Southeast-, AccoUf)t Nat,ona Livestock Assocla,
eiu maBitu ukuiubi suiinun .muuiK uir
Catarrh Cannot be C' red
with DCAL An-MCATIONS, as they
cannot reach tbe feat tit llie disease. Ca
tarrh Is a blood or constitutional disease,
and In order to euro It you must take In
ternal remedies. Hall's Caatrrh Cure Is
taken Internally, and acts directly on tbe
blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca
tarh Cure Is not a quack medicine. It
was prescribed by one of tbe best physi
cians in this country for years, and Is a
regular prescription. It -Is composed of
tbe best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucus surfaces. Tbe perfect combination
of tbe tno Ingredients Is what produces
such wonderful results In caring Catarrab.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. CI113NY & CO., Props., Toledo, O.
oom uy uruggisis, jo.
ELGIN CAMP FURNISHbU
MUSIC AT WESTON.
General Organizer George K. Rogers
Confers With President Cohen, of
Commercial Association, on Carni
The Woodmen of tho World held a
log-i oiling at Weston last ovouing. at
which over 300 members were pres
ent. Among tho ofllclnls of the order at
tho meeting wero Head Escort N- O.
Baldwin, of Pomeroy, Wash.; George
IC Rogers, general organizer, and
District Organizer George W. Dei
tick. Tho unilormed band of tho Elgin
cump furnished tho music for the oc
casion and won many well-merited
compliments on Its performances.
The Elgin band, under tho leader
ship of Captain Leo D. Tuttle, arriv
ed in Pendleton yesterday on delayed
No. 1, and spent tha nfternoon In the
Head Manager A. D. Stlllman was
complimented by the members, who
serenaded him in a manner that gave
evidenco of the high esteem In which
ho Is held by the order.
He responded with a neat speech ,
and presented the band with a box oi l
Tho ofllce of Mrs. C. C. Vnn Ors
dnll, grand gunrdlan of the Women'
of Woodcraft, wqr then visited by the
bund, where somo choice selections .
were rendered. Mrs. Van Orsdall. In
responso to tho compliment, present
ed the band treasury with $5 in cash, j
George IC Rogers, general organlz-j
or, nccompanied tho members of thei
band and quite a number of visitors
from this city, to Weston on the oven-,
Mr. Rogers will confer witli Pres-j
ident Leon Cohen, of the Commercial I
Association, today, in regard to ar-
ranging for a Woodmen'b carnival to ,
bo given here somo time during the j
The Woodmen have mado arrange-1
ments -with some of tho best carul-i
val attractions In tho country to hold I
a series of carnivals In tho cities of j
the Northwest, and it Is the Intention!
of tho ofllclnls to iuclude Pendleton!
In .tho list It possible.
During the past seven weeks the 1
Woodmen have held eight great log-j
rollings. Tho demonstrations are dl-1
vectly advertising the Lewis and i
Clark fair, and tho method Is meeting j
The badges worn by the member
ship contain the picture of a great
stump which shows the marks of the
woodman's axe. The gnarled roots
have all been cut away, nnd on the
face" left smooth by the axe the fig
ures "1903" are engraved.
The members of the Elgin band
are as follows:
Lee D. Tuttle, captain: Eugene
Hay, Dell Payne, Henry Hay, Phil
Turner, C. Terwillfger. H. Morton. A.
Russel, TI. Helfrict, R. Wondy, James
itaney, frank anoemaker, R. Shoe
maker, J. Moorlock, John Baxter, E.
W. Carmichael, Georgo R. Rogers:.
Charles Marsh, H. G. Knowland, G.
W. Derrick. They will return fiom
Weston today and will Ioj.vo for La
Grande on the evening train
GOLF CLUB MEETING.
Interesting Session Held and Much
Business Transacted Last Night.
The Pendleton Golf fiinh mot l'nuf
night at tho home of Mr, and Mrs.
Frank B. Clopton, and transacted a
great deal of business of importance
to us memDors.
The tract of land liplnnulnn' in n
E. Roo3evolt. now ocounled bv the
Jinks, was leased for tho period of
one year, and the course will bo
The Sportsmen's Association will
remove its traps nnd rango to a place
on tho Tutnllla, which will glvo the
Golf Club moro room than at present.
Tho executive committee was In
structed to arrantrn fnr rnlf lmli inl
be given some time in February. Thei
uuio win ue announced soon nnd this
will bo ono of tho prettiest social
functions of the season. ,...,
Membership cards were elf
printed and other minor details of tno
Dissociation business were attorn etl
to The membership Is discussing
the advisability of nrarnglng a coun
try course, at a distance of two or
Mm rltv. for he
iiiit'e iiiii" hi"" -
coming season, but no definite steps
The profits which the firm of .1 P.
Jiorpnn & Co. have received this
car from financing big Industrial
financial combinations. nrc thus
Louisville & Nashville merger with
the Atlantic Coast Line Co.. $0,000,
oon; purchase or the Marlon railroad.
$350,000; Atlantic Steamship combi
nation, $2,500,000; Northern Securi
ties Company, ?4.500,000; mciger of
the harvester companies mid plants,
$5,500,000; financing the United
States Realty Company. $3,000,000;
nddltlnn.il profits from the Underwrit
ing Syndicate of the United Stales
Steel " Corporation, $20,310.1)00 total
for the year. $42,190,000.
The blgost losing venture oi tno
year for Mr. Morgan was his unsuc
cessful attempt to get franchises
tiiiongh the London Count Council
for building the underground "tubes'"
Armour & Co. are said to be trying
to contract for nit the biitte- "iitput
(V the dairies of New York Stale, ninl
will attempt to control the market.
If a person has neuralgia
in their system this is the sea
son when it will be felt. It is'
an ailment that may spring
from a variety of sources.
Anaemia or any depressed
state of the bodily functions
are frequent causes. The ex
haustion resulting from rheu
matism also makes it easy for
neuralgia to get a foothold.
Any exposure to cold or
dampness quickly causes an
attack of the painful ailment
and in some cases it will hang
on almost continually during
the winter months.
The medical world has for
years recognized cod liver oil
as being of great value in
fortifying the body against
neuralgia and against all con
ditions of bodily depressibn.
It is a powerful agent for good
in giving new life to the worn
out nerve centers and building
up the weakened tissues
which are responsible for the
In Scott's Emulsion the
pure cod liver oil is combined
with hypophosphites of lime
and soda, the latter contribut
ing strength to the blood and
As the principal mission of
Scott's Emulsion is to give
healthy, solid flesh, active tis
sue, pure blood and rich bone
marrow it will be readily seen
why Scott's Emulsion is so
effective in driving out the
causes of neuralgia.
We'll tend you a simple free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE,
40J Pearl St., New York.
I have a full line of P-
Arms,- Hunting Coats
Knives, and all kinds o
See display in window.
T.C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE
74 Main Street
PERFECTION IN FLn
Is reached in BYERS' BEST. Better flour cannot i
The cream of the wheat crop enters in IWi
Flour, which is right for bread and
W. S. Byets, Proprietor.
Start the New
In order to do this" you should havo a Dial
organ, and before eettintr one von alionM d
suit us. We are agents for twenty-nine dlffa
ent manes, ranging in price Irom $135 np. Tal
a look at them and hear our oasy payment pl3
315 East Court Street.
til July 1. This action Is taken with
a view to preventing tho threatened
destruction of tho fishery Industry,
Oil has been struck In two wells
eight mtles tram Vale on the Union
and Zenith ground at a depth of J50
and E0 tect, respectively. Tho oil wa3
encountered In a stratum of oil sand,
and came to tho surfaco mingled with
water and pas.
David Ulln, foreman In Smith &
Howard's rock quarry at Portland,
committed suicide In Albany today at
12:36, by cutting his throat with a
lutoher knife. Ho lately received
news from Germany .of tho death of
his mother and was suffering from
Tho 0. n. & N. Co., on January Stli,
Ith.and 10th, will sell round trip tick
ets to Kansa3 City and roturu at $55
for the round trip. Tickets will bo
good for return CO days from dato of
sale with stop-over privileges on re
turn trip. Call up O. n. & N. ticket
office for particulars, or address
F. F. WAMSLEY, Agent.
- Cheap Rnte3 Westbound.
From February 15 to April 30, 1903,
j inclusive, me u. u. t& is. uo. will
uave on sate uckgis irom Missouri
HIver points to Pendleton for $22,60;
from St. Paul, $2.50; from St. Louis.
$27.60. Call on tho O. n. & N. ticket
agent for full particulars.
Our stock is the largest
and most complete ever
shown in Pendleton.
it DAY BOOKS
s GASH BOOKS
All sizes and any num
j ber of pages desired.
si We make a snecialtv of
II furnishing oflicesupplies
n tnere is anything you
need in this line see us
and get our prices.
Going out of
All sewing machines
in stock to be dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
W I THEE
tf 1 1 .COUUT 8TRK15T
Special After Christmas
Bargains in Furniii
The Big Furniture Store, Next to Postofi
FRAZER OPERA HI
BAKER & WELCH
The Distinguished Actress
Directed by Belasco & Thall in
First 13 rows i oo
Last 3 rows 75c
Seat sale opens Thuraday morning at irazmr o
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Murphy & Langever, Proprs
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