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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1903)
Our Annual Clearance Sale is in full swing
Three Great Specials
Black Clay Worsted Stiits at $8. J 5
Auburn Meltons at $9.60
BkeSetge at $9.60
Bargains in Overcoats, Slices, Hate and Furnish
Rae & Daley
One-Price Olothiors, Hatters and Furnishers
TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1903.
Nearly ?25,000 was collected In the
Episcopal churches or Chicago Sun
day for local and foreign nissio-:
work, at the request of Bishop Ale
laree. Andrew Hlggtns. the only survivor
of the Crimean war. llvinp in Connec
ticut, is dying of general debility at
the home of his daughter. Airs. John
Owens, at Wlnstead, Con.
The opinion expressed liy the lead
ing officials in London is that tho
blockade has heavily oppressed Cas
tio, and that he has given up all hope
ot American intervention.
Under the persuasion of pressure of
President Castro, the foreign mer
chants of Caracas have contributed
$5000 to the expense fund of Minister!
Bowcn on his trip to Washington.
Fire Monday completely destroyed
the eight-story building at Allen and
East Houston streets, New York,
which was occnpled by Fayerweather
& Ladew, manufacturers o leather
The most notable event tr.at has oc
curred in Ireland for several meliora
tions has teen the agreement on tho
land question by representatives of
landlords and tenants, according to a
dispatch from London.
, Much suffering among the poor,
who have with difficulty endured the
moderate weather since the coal fam
ine became acute, has been reported
in Chicago, and a number of deaths
are said to have been due directly to
Extreme cold has prevailed through-
F. A .Boi chert, San Francisco.
W. U .Olendenlng, Portland.
H. C. Coffey, Portland.
Mrs. W. F. Cramer, Ellensburg.
T. W. Harger and wife, Portland.
George P. Marsh, Omaha.
Charles H. Miller, Echo.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
It. A. Seeds, Spokane.
T. W. Jackson, Spokane.
Frank Simpson, Athena.
J, H. Beecher, San Francisco.
J. F. T'remps. Walla Walla.
J. H.Norrls, Chicago.
George W. Harris, Portland.
Andrew Nylander, Portland.
The Colden Rule.
William Dieting, Caldersoc.
It. G. Watklns, Caldersac.
P. Hirschey, Surrey.
E. ltich, Surrey.
It. M. Callison, Portland.
M. It. Gaffney, Spokane.
M. A. Woods, Waltsburg.
Joe Woods, Waltsburg,
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
W. C. Cunningham, Portland.
J. W .Mulllneux. Walla Walla.
S. A. Frans, Spokane.
J. 11. Haines, Spokane.
G. M. Henderson Caldersac.
T. W. J.usk, La Grande.
O. C. Bedford, city."
William Swash, Greenhorn.
W. H. Ferguson, Adams.
Wesley Grover, Helix.
H. C. Kendell, Helix.
The Real Cause .of Dandruff and Bald
ness. At one time dandruff was attributed
to be the result of a feverish condi
tion of the scalp, which threw off the
dried cuticle in scales.
Prof. Unna. Hamburg, Germany, a
out Iowa for 36 hours, the temperature "ot!(i &0Itliy on
r.imrlnr from zorn to sir ArJrees hP.Plodes thls tneorv nnl says that dan-
low. accompanied by considerable rtr"" 13 a gerni dls(;fe- , ,
wind. Hard coal cannot be obtained L T , K,ern2. ,s rea,ly resPons"'le for
and the soft coal suDnlv Is exhausted .tne oanuruir ana ror so many nam
in many places, resulting in much suf
Fire Monday destroyed a four-story
building at Dearborn and Illinoiu
streets, Chicago, causing a loss ot
160,000 and threatened the destruc
tion of a lodging house adjoining. Tho
fire spread rapidly, due to the frozen
Are plugs, which had to be thawed
before a stream of water could be
nought Into play
heads. It can be cured If It Is gone
about in the right way. The right
way, of course, and the only way, Is
to kill tho germ.
Newbro's Herplcidp does this, and
causes tho hair to grow -luxuriantly,
just as nature intended it should. Slid
by F. W. Schmidt & Co. Send 10c
in stamps for sample to Tho Herpi
eide Co.. Detroit. Mich.
CHENEY WINS FIGHT
MILKMAN PROVES TOO MUCH
FOR LOCAL CHAMPION.
"Frenchy" the Winner of a Number of
Contests Lately, Meet His Match
Lavlnge Challenges Any 140-Pound
Man In Oregon.
Lcrn Cheney, of the Cheney Bros,
dairy, on McKay Creek, last night in
Frazor's opera house knocked out
"Frenchy" Vincent- In tho second
round of what was to nave been a 10
"Frenchy" ot late has been ofcupy
Ing a prominent position In tho flstlr
arena In this city, having defeated
Charles Greene In one round and the
Idaho Kl.d in three rounds, both of
his opponents having creditable rep
utations In the manly nrt.
I. Cheney Is tho youngest ot three
brothers, all of whom nre home boys,
having lived In the county most of
their lives, and Is very popular among
the young men of this city. The only
training he has had In this line has
been obtained on their ranch, boxing
with his brothers, and spending 23
hours out of every 21 Juggling milk
cans around town. Following is the
fight by rounds:
Hound 1 liorh spar for opening.
Rush and clinch. Frenchy rushes
Cheney around ring. Cheney swings
to neck; they clinch. In the breaka
way, Frenchy claims Cheney hits with
free arm and going to corner claims
fight on foul, Urforeo refuses to al
low foul. Frenchy rushes Chenoy to
ropes; both swing wildly. They
clinch; gong sounds.
Round "2 They mixup. fighting fast.
Cheney nishes Frenchy to ropes; Jabs
right to Jaw. Frenchy goes down and
Ik counted out. At the end of the fight
the crowd cheer Cheney to the echo,
and rushing on the stage carry him to
After the cheering had subsided,
Cheney walked to Frenchy's corner
and says: "Shake, old man." at which
Frenchy exclaims: "You're a better
man than I am,"and they shako
Frenchy had In his coiner I,. Hicks.
C. Shockey and Charles Greene, and
weighed '1C5 pounds, while Cheney
tipped tho scales at 1-10 pounds, and
had for his seconds James Lavlnge,
Jack iycett nnd Tom Scott.
Frank Frazter refereed the bout and
gave general satisfaction.
rr.1- . , ...
i no main event was preceded bv i
three fast preliminaries, which afford-.
ed tho crowd much amusement and
ended with James Lavlnge, who was
booked for n bag-punching exhibition.
tut could cot respond on acccunt ot
having injured his atm, challenging
to meet any man In Oregon at 1-10
re-survcy. Mr. Clopton, chairman ot
, o'cmmcll sewerage committee . does
not believe that actual work an too
extension oi be system can be begm
before the middle of ot summer.
"THE IRISH PAWNBROKERS."
This Roaring Farce Comedy to Appear
at Frazer's, Thursday, January 15.
Th em of farce comedies that
dawned years ngo. fcc-oms to srow
brighter nnd moro encouraging every
stasorf A good piece ot this cIium al
ways finds a cordial welcome and in
creases the bank account of Its owner
or manager. This is what "The Irish
Pawnbrokers." a three-act farce has
acomplislicd nnd Manager Moorhonse
lr delighted over the outlook lor the
piesent. He announces this latest
I have a full lino of Fire
Arms, Hunting Coats
Knivoa and all kinds of
Soo-display in window.
T. C. TAYLOR THE HARDWARE U
74 i Main Street
'mveltv at the Frazer. Thursday Jan
uary i5 Those original Iilsh coino-l
dians, Sullivan and Mack and the
dainty comedienne Mazlo Trumbull,
appear in stellar roles. There Is
magic in their names and more In
their woik. Tills trio have won dis
tinction In fnice comedy. The comp
pny. throughout possesses a high or
der ot talent that cannot be easily
duplicated. New scenery for each
net, a variety of specialties, etc.. aro
features o? the performance. Seats
now on sale at Frazor's book store
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEW8.
No Mongolian labor will be employ
ed on government contracts on Irri
gation for the reclamation of arid
The annual meeting of the-Inland
Empire Horticultural Association clos
ed its work Saturday at Spokane, and
adjourned for another 12 months.
A number of the best people of
Grant's Pass, through organizations of
leform, are working for tho establish
ment of a Cargenle library In that
Correspoi'dence on tile ,at the Lewlb
and Clark headquarters show that the
leaven is working and that due atten
tion is being given by the officials of
other states to the centennial exposi
tion of 1905.
Lost His Way.
Lure ii, the C-year-old son of the
McAllisters, who lately moved from
College Place, Wash., Into the north
ern part of town, strayed away after
school last evening, and was not
found for several hours, and then only
after a protracted search. Tho child
was too young to realize that ho was
not on the way home after school last
eveninsr anil wna not fmimi fn envoi-.
nl hours, and then only after a pro-
tractcd search. The child was too
young to realize that he was not on
tho way home after school Instead of
going In the opposite direction.
J. G. Kelly, of Portland, Confers With
the Council Sewer Committee.
J. O ICellv mifylnpor nf Hie nni-f nf
Portland, was In town conferring with
tho council sewer enmmltten rnlntlvn
to making tho survey for the pro
posed extension nf tha enwor svatnm
The committer has hnd letters from
engineers all over tho TTnltnrl Bfntoa
who wish to havo an opportunity to
1. 1 , , , . . i
mil uii Mil ill iiiiiimi'ii wfirir iivnrniiiif
and seweraeo engineering Is n flnsai
by Itself and the members of this I
branch ot engineering are relatively
srarce. Since the original plans for a
ewer system werp mnrln snvornl mn.
dlllons have Intervened .to partially
disqualify them from being applied at
ins nme. une is the increased slza
ot tha city, which brings the proposed
cutlets too far within the limits, when
tho amount of sewerage to be dis
posed of is considered. The other fac
tor Is still moro convincing. It is
that of the depletion of tlio water sup
ply in the southern channel of the'
river, by the needs of the Walter's
mill diverting tho wntop In tlin nnrtli.
em side, which leaves tho channel the 1
sewerage would empty into, (accord-1
Ing to the old plans) perfectly dry
during low wnter. A moro distant I
outlet ror the sewerage is absolutely!
necessary, and tho fact necessitates a
Over and Under Oceans.
The message, which marked the for
mal opening of the first trans-Atlantic
v. Ireless telegraphy station on tho soil
of the United States, was Hashed
tlivnnWli tli nlr Mu wis.tl.' In Tiii-nnii!
the Invenlci. It was to King Victor
Emmanuel, of Italy, and went from
tho station at South Wcllfleet, Mass. I
Tho message wts "Greeting to vour
royal highnoss, from faithful subject
Marconi." The electricnl current
1 nd a force ot millions of volts the
largest voltage ever yet obtained in
such a current. Power Is applied to
the plant by a 75-horse power dynamo
end tho apparatus throws a .spark a
big as a man's fist as long. Tho send
ing of a niessago causes a sound like
the discharge of a rapid-flre gun.
We hive just received a nice new assort
ment of Pianos, including some fine Knabes.
We would like to"lhave-you call and exam
ine them and also hear oiir easy payment plan
explained. -, ttv..
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUSE,
315 East Oonrt Street.
Glass that you cannot break, it is
claimed by a Ruropean Inventor, may
be molded Into any desirable form.
I.imo and lead, that enter into the
manufacture of glass now In use, do
not enter into tho composition, accord
ing to tho inventor, but ho refuses any
ether Information about It. With a
Plmlet ot this glass a hole can bo
bi red In a tough board or a hole car
ho ho re J in n pane of glass and then
patched with the new slass. Ony kit
chen utensil enn be made of tho ma
r.ateher; with the new qlass. Any kit
n mount of neat lived in tho ordinary
processes of domestic life.
Special After Christmas
argains in Furnitui
BKER & FOLSOM
The Big Furniture Storo, Next to Postoflice.
Cheap Rates Westbound.
From February 15 to April 30, 1903.
Inclusive, the O. It. & JJ. Co, will
havo on sale tickets from Missouri
Itiver points to Pendleton for $22.50;
from St. Paul, $2.60; from St. Louis,
$27.50. Call on the O. It. & N. ticket
agent for full particulars.
RETIRING FROM BUSINE
Havinir sold all my cartiets, I now offer the balance
stock for sale, regardless of cost. The Roods to be sold consist!
Fiber Matting;, Rusts, Lace Curtains, Portieres,
Paper, Sewing Machines, Pictures and Picttil
Catarrh Cannot Be Cured
With local annllcntlons. as tlieT cannot
reach the seat of tbe disease. Catarrh Is
a blood or constlutlonal disease, and In
order to cure It you must take Internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In
ternally, and arts directly on tbe mucous
More players have been signed by 1 ""faces. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is not a
PrtisMpnt nirrat nf lha 3imi ' " eo'"ne- it was prescribed Dy
iresiuent uarrett, of the bpokaiio . nc of the best physicians In this country
I ior years and is a regular prescription,
lit Is composed of tha best tonics known.
combined with tbe best blood purlflers,
baseball team, according to the Spo
kane Press, which states that Gar
rett announces ho has Charles Dona
hue, who was with the team last year.
District Attorney Chamberlain will
rut resign his office before his Inaugu
ration as governor of the State of Or
egon. As soon as he Is Inaugurated,
bis first official act will be to appoint
aUoe7. and ttl TwliTbo John n.lj2'
nlng at present chief deputy ,n oSf'SSdlS
i Ranch will feed 15,000 to 16,000
There Is one bill that will bo Intro-! sheen. All under fenco but twn see.
duced In the state legislature by a Hons. Plenty of water. Also bo-
rctlnc directly on tbe mucous surfaces.
The perfect combination of tbe two Ingre
dients Is what produces such wonderful
rttults In curing catarrh. Send for tcs
P- J. CHUNKY & CO., 1'reps Toledo, O.
Sold by drufglsts, price 75c.
Hall's Family rills are tbe best.
member from Eastern Oregon that
promises to make more trouble than
all Eastern Oregon's other bills com
bined. The bill In question la the bill
of .Representative Uurlelgh, of Wal
lowa county, to prescribe and restrict
tween 11,000 and 12,000 bead ot
heep, 130 head of cattle, 30 horses,
wagons, harness, plows, seeders and
other farming supplies. Address
Joseph Vejr, Pendleton.
Rubber heels at Toutsch'a,
Typewriter paper Large
assortment direct from the
Carbon Paper Multi-kopy
Berkshire and Invincible,
Webster, Royal, Diamond
and Gerber typewriter ribbons.
Blank books of all
at bed rock prices.
See our combination ink
set, worth $2.50, our price
Book and Stationery Store
Going out of
All sewing machines
in stock to be dis
posed of at cost.
Come early and
select a bargain
WI THE E
a 1 I COUNT 8THKKT
PERFECTION IN FLOUR'
Is reached in BYERS' BEST Better Hour cannot be nJ
TM. e . r. Vtecl 1
i ue cream 01 ttie wneat crop enters in
Flour, which is right for bread and
PENDLETON ROLLER MIL
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
DR. LENA ALLEN BOON
OSTEOPATH, 813 THOMPSON STREET.
uBxcurAxni is common sense, it win
ie In nnrmnn,, ,.,ilt. Nt... I- I , foile and PCVei
It is not Faith Cure Christian Science, Magnetic nor
ing. It is based upon a correct knowlege of anatomj j
gy. t mrgu per cent ot so-caiieu incuraiue cus ,j
1 ti. in .- a, Rvfr. ear anui
iiiwiuu. i iiu luuuwiny especially are ucmtu, v-' .
heart and lungs, liver and kidneys, bladder and uretbal J 01. 1
vous diseases, general diseases. Diseases of Women a pettJ
For Health, Strength and
Pleasure Drink :::::::
Murphy & Langever, Proprs
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