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I The best fitting! me musi lumtmsui uu mc most satis-
I . ;ktrt on the marKCt. it nib wie wai&i ana nips per
Jactorj - w.jCt cjrc,,iar flounce, designed especially for
T litest stles of dress skirts. It is seven gore, tailor made,
IV " d top skirt, made up in u e nu mubt popular ae-
Four fasteners on each side, making it adjustable to
S'eDtize wait from so to 30 inches. Is made from the best
an) " S anl by the most experienced operators. See window
Id.spUy Price from a.u 10
DON'T FORGET THE FREE SATURDAY EVE, CONCERTS
TEUTSGH'S BIG DEPARTMENT STORE
Corner Main and Alta Streets.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 1,
Itur.; 13-Eas rn Oregon Presby-
rv Union, Or.
I i,,ril 10 K. of 1'. convention hi
April 16, 17. lS-Inland Empire
iM-l.ors' ASSOCiaUOD. WUlia a,m.
Iprll 17 Celebration founding of
.Women of Woodcraft. Pendleton.
lAiiril 2t School district bond elec-
May 3 Annual meeting Oregon
aw Federation of Labor, La
I M17 4 State supreme court at Fen-stot
Mr 817 Pacific Coast Congress
I Cotsregationalists, Seattle.
Hay "0, June 3 Presbyterian gen
ii assembly. Los Angeles. Cal.
iMay 25, 29 and June 12, 13 Wool
buie 1 Circuit court.
h'r ? Fristprn Orpcnn f5 A Tt. pn.
pae 3 and June 23, 24 wool
pane -I Presbyterian Academy
Bane 5, C Wool sales. The Dalles.
pone S, 10 and June 2G, 27 Wool
lea, ShaniUo .
pune U, 24 Seventh Day Adveutist
pune 15, 1C Wool sales. Baker
pnr.e 17 Oregon Pioneer Associa-
fuce IS, 1 Wool sales. Elgin.
pune 23. 24, 25 State Federation of
omen's Clubs. Astoria.
July G-10 Forty-second annual
letlcs National Educational Asso
Itinn, Boston, Mass.
pufust 17 National G. A. R. en-
npment, San Francisco.
September Ml National Irrigation
c?ress, Ogden, Utah
1 New Fixtures in the Office of the
, Grand Guardian, Women of Wood
A very valuable and convenient
new piece of furniture was today ad
Ced to the office equipment of Mrs.
' C. C. Van Orsdall, grand guardian of
j the Women of Woodcraft. It consists
1 jl a complete set of Onondaga filing
cabinets, which are manufactured at
Syracuse, N. Y. The new addition
will hold 27,000 letters or papers, all
of which will be in such convenient
I and systematic order that they can
lie procured at a moment s notice.
The change will greatly facilitate the
handling of the vast amount of bus
Iness handled daily in the office. Mrs.
Van Orsdall is very proud of the new
cabinets, and says that the office of
the grand clerk of the order will also
have a set.
BRIEF HEWS NOTES.
p is officially announced that the
ps 01 E"i,lai, 1 will visit Ireland in
A new novelty that is
greatiy admired by all
lovers of the popular
game. Hat pins.ster
Hng silver, in caddy
l,ag Artistic and
Keep your eyes on our
window for all the
Stock at Gurdane.
G. L. Horsman, the Gurdane stock
laiser, was in the city yesterday. Mr.
Horsman reports that nearly all the
stock in that neighborhood came
through the winter in good shape, his
own especially. Some owners, how
ever, were compelled by shortage of
feed to turn their sheep or cattle out
before the range was ready for them
on account of the forage becoming
exhausted. The pasturage now. how
ever, is developing very rapidly. Mr.
Horsman, who yesterday sold another
team of - young horses for $300 be
lieves the very best combination an
imal for the northwest is a cross of
Clyde with Cleveland Days. Al Vo
gel. the rancher living north of Pen
dleton, avers that this cross has pro
duced on Mr. Horsman's ranch the
very finest horses ever bred in Uma
The following is the program lor
Filday afternoon at the Pendleton
Recitation Juanlta Engdahl
Piano solo Ethel Forbes.
Paper Mabel MrDllI.
Debate Resolved, The government
rhould contiol the railroads. Afnrm
ntive. Roy Penland, Ed Wetzel. Clara
Porter. Negative, Grayce Crockette,
Eva Pelts, Walter Hodder.
Returns to Coos Day.
Thomas Mathews has bought out
the interest of his partner. D. A. Cur
ry, In the barbering business. Mr.
Curry, accompanied by his wife and
mother, returned last evening to their
former home at Coos Bay.
A lively rate war Is now on be
tween the sawmill and logging com
panies of the coast. Prices paid for
logging are not In pioportion to prices
charged for lumber.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in the (amity
every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try
a delicious and healthful dessert. Pre
pared in two minutes. No boiling! nc
baking ! add boiling water and set tc
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Kn'.p
berry and Strawberry. Get a paclcaat
at your grocers to-day. 10 cts.
direct frou, VUTW V"1 Ollv Oil. We get this
i.nro v.u.'lue growers in Bjulhorn r.llfamln fhUOil i alMolutdv
therv?,i,.?if. Pro:u '"'a to'your owu utl.factlou if you will notice
linr...r. Ji'tlbleollVB llnvnr Tt tat t.., oU tl.u nlftr,. ln
'M Un adniu1'?11 th' aud'it Is not found in auy oil which
nd othfcr'U.,w tet to auv considerable extent, becau- cottoutieed oil
"tWulteranU ure practically tastele.
75c PINT OR $1.25 FULL QUART BOTTLES
or lardY "Ve 011 tor every kind of frying or whsrever you use butter
dluary u' p,'e! 110 doubt, comlder Olive Oil too expensive for or
f buttfr. ' uo, M quart of ollia equal to about two jouuds
be ,lfawl to ghow y()u Qur ol,
6 KpEflPEN'S DRUG STORE
r- rrom rvuin St., Toward the Court tiouse
Try Qrati'a clam chowder.
Oyster cocktails at Qroti's.
Choice meats at Uouser's.
Fresh fish dally at Castle's.
Sea food fresh at Castlo's.
Best thoo work at Teutsch's.
House to rent, $S. E. T. Wade.
Smokers supplies at Neuman's.
todies' half soles 40c Teutsch.
Piano tor rent; enqulro this ofTice.
Hohbach's baking always satis
fying. Drop into Clark & Co.'s for a social
Spring samples, largo line, nt Jocr-ger"s.
Rooms to rent, 407 West Alta
Have your shoes repaired at
Clark & Co.'s new cigar storo for
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
309 Court street.
Hays' cigar store, headquarters for
Smoke "The Pendleton Favorite,"
made by J. Devlin.
Clark & Co.'s new cigar storo now
open. Ell building.
100,000 old school books wanted.
Will pay cash. Noll's.
Everybody who has tried Hohbach's
baking !s pleased with it.
Imported limburger and Swiss
cheese sandwiches at Gratz's.
Fresh stock of candles and fruits
nt Miller's, 209 Court street.
"El SIdelo," the best cigar made, at
Rees' cigar store. Court street.
Go to Collier & Co. for best of dry
red fir, black pine and cottonwood.
Lot for sale; great bargain; Raley's
addition. Inquire at 403 Alta street.
Our new spring patterns for suits
are for inspection. Seibert & Scliulz.
Blacksmith shop in Pendleton for
sale. See Earnhart, Association
Two hoboes are being tried In the
district court today, charged with
Mrs. Campbell has received her
third invoice of beautltul dress and
Wanted Two or three dozen chick
ens; Plymouth Rocks preferred. Ad
dress Box 124.
For Sale Residence with one, two
or three lots, located at 517 Jane
street. Call at house.
Housor always furnishes good
meat. Send in your order. Market
Alta street, opposite Savings Bank.
A. Kunkel & Co. yesterday receiv
ed a carload of buggies, wagons,
hacks and Armleder delivery wagons.
Best Investment on Pacific Coast
today is in Yakima valley. Sen the
Nessly-Scott Investment Company
A. Rhode, the cigar maker, has
moved into the building on the cor
ner of Webb and Cottonwood streets
east of the Oregonlan office.
S. D. Endlcott will occupy with a
fruit and confectionery business, the
rooms at S50 Main street just vacated
by Rhode, the cigar maker
For RentSuite of rooms in East
Oregonion building. Steam heated.
Hot and cold water and bath room on
same floor. Inquire at this office.
The Rust Bros., tanners and stock
men of Ridge, are building several
miles of new fence and will put In n
largely Increased acreage of allalfa
John Jordan, of Pilot Rock, will oc
cupy with a steam laundry upon Its
completion, the tiame building now In
couise of election two doors earn of
the East Oregonlan office.
C. B. Stewart, of Idaho, has sold
to R. V. Hadley, or Milton, for $2,800,
his small farm adjoining or very
near the town of Milton and which
Is under ditch finni the river
J. L. Hall, or Gurdane, Is moving
onto the ranch he lately bought of Led
Blevins. and will this spring and sum
mer build thereon a new residence,
new barn, and several miles or new
G. L. Horseman, or Gurdane, will
this spring build five or six miles or
fencing. C. L. Ely. Chris. Nelson and
J. D. French of the same neighbor
hood will also build considerable
rcnclng this spring.
N. H. Brooks, the new Christian
church pastor .has moved his llbraiy
and other personal effects Into the
library room of the new church, and
Is also now occupying the study In
the mini- building.
FOUNDING OF ORDER.
Women of Woodcraft Will Celebrate
Their Sixth Anniversary the 17th
The date for the celebration of the
sixth anniversary or the founding of
the order of the Women or Woodcraft
has been changed from the Ultli to the
17th of April.
The program on that date will be
rendered In the Christian church and
be followed by a banquet at the hall.
One of the special features of the
occasion was to have been n speech
by Head Consul Falkenburg, of Den
ver but on account of Illness In his
family It Is not likely that he can be
Bopha E, King or Kveietl Wash.,
general oivsanlzer of the Women of
Woodcraft will bo present, as was
announced last week. General Or
ganizer Krum. of the Woodmen, Is
also expected and his addiess will he,
of course, more In the Interests of the
Woodmen. J, E. Krause Is chairman
of the committee on arrangements.
The soven charter members of the
order are still living. They are J. L,
Wright, or Leadville. Col., the pros
cut grand clerk; Mrs. Carrie C. Van
Orsdall. Pendleton, grand guardian;
Winn Doheity, Pueblo. Col.,; Olive
Crlmshaw, Denver, Col.; Anna P.
Hawkins, Toledo, Ore.: Helen M.
Southwlrk. Salem, Ore,; Inez Falloon,
It Pays to Trade at the Peoples Warehouse
The Peoples Warehouse
OUTFITTERS FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Six pieces Black Brocade, all wool goods,
Two pieces Black Brocade, all wool goods,
Twelve pieces 54-inch all wool heavy Tailor
Suiting, $1.50, SSs. This embraces plain and
novelty suiting, suitable for tailor made suits
and walking skirts.
150 yards Novelty Silk Waistings, ,'t oo, 50c.
Two pieces, 124 yards, guaranteed Black
Silk, Si 65, Si. 15.
Two pieces, 126 yards, Black Silk Taffeta,
liver Ready Dress Stays, tegular 15c, oc
Ten pieces double fold Fancy Dress Goods,
Three pieces Scotch Flannel, good patterns,
regular price 29c, April, 15c.
One piece Black Satine, with white polka
dot, regular price 50c, April, 25c.
Two pieces Covert Suiting, purple and ted,
regular price 20c, April, 10c.
lwcnty pieces Aepliyr Uingnam, new this
season, regular 10c values, April, 6c.
Twenty five pieces White Goods in stripes,
checks, lace stripes, white striped Madras, Irish
Dimities, figured and striped Swisses and nov
elty cords at unheard of low prices for nice
fresh, new goods, the 15c quality during April,
8c; 18c quality, during April, 10c; 20c quality,
during April, 12c.
25c quality White Goods, during April, 14c.
33c quality White Goods, during April, 18c.
While there is a considerable quantity of
these goods, remember that those who come
first will be best served, as they will get first
choice a word to the wise should be sufficient.
Three pieces 58 inch Table Linen, worth 35
cents, during April, 20c
Two pieces half bleached Table Linen, worth
50c, during April, 32c.
Threo pieces Turkey Red Table Linen, worth
35c, during April, 22c.
Three pieces Turkey R,ed 'lable Linen, worth
50c, during April, 33c.
Four pieces Silkaline,
ioc, during April, 7c.
Four pieces Silkaline,
15c, during April, 10c.
Four pieces Silkaline,
18c, during April, 12c.
Redused prices on Sheetings 42 inch, 45
inch, 50-inch, 54-inch, 7 4, 8-4, 9 4 and 10-4
all at reduced prices during the month of April.
Reduced prices on Crash Toweling during
Reduced prices on Towels during April.
pretty colors, worth
pretty colors, worth
pretty colors, worth
Agents Butterick's Patterns
SENATOR FULTON AT BAKER,
Will Be Banqueted Tonight at That
City, on His Return From Wash
ington. Senator C. W. Fulton will nirive nt
Hakni- Cltv this evenliiK. If the tinlns
1 mi on time as usual, and will be
banqueted tonight by the Citizens'
Kftnntm Pilltnii will Kltnllil twil ol
three days at Baker, and possibly
Similiter, as the guest ol' the league.
A committee has been nppointed to
ci range 11 program for the evening,
Mid his stny in the city will be mnrk
rd by public meetings and ppeerh
Making, It was expected that the entire Or
egon delegation would stop at Baker.
but Jle3srs. Moouy aim wiiiuiuihou
will not return home nt this time, and
Senator Mitchell comes home by the
Base Ball Goods.
YOUNG CORBETT WINS FIGHT.
Boettcher & Clark Get Report of Con
test by Rounds.
A large crowd of local spoils con
gregatcd at the Palace Cigar Storo
last night, to hear the results of tlm
orbett-McGovern fight, us leeelved
there round by round.
The light wns a hard fought one
throughout, and each man wns un
In the eleventh louud McGovern
was forced to tho ropes by throe
swinging right-handers In tho Jaw,
and was counted out before be could
The contest wns without feuture,
except that McGovein was hissed at
the close or the sixth round,
The receipts were $42,0iin.
To See the President.
Mayor Hnlley has received from
the mayor of Wullu Walla a lormul
Invitation for the people of Pendleton
to visit Walla Walla on the occasion
ol' President Roosevelt's visit to Hint
place. Steps will bo tnken to secure
excursion rates between the two
places and Intervening points.
! ! ! NOTICE THE ITEMS ! ! !
5 doz best iiality League Jlats
nude from second growth ash.
The best but on the market for
00c. Other bats fioni 10c up.
II ilozeii Sti-oiiK liiiule UnyH llulU Ht
Hpeulut no Knell.
One that joti will
thoroughly enjoy, is
always served hy us
All the good things
in season at the
Hit) YOI.K SUN 1)1(1 KH : Tire Tpu So: Tube
cement hu; Hike llclli 'Mb to7,W jUoml lloxl
Tirv HIHut; 'l lireo In line oil" tlio tic tlu ,
IDC mc Kic. I
BICYCLES Crescent and
Ramblor $20 to $35
The Nolf Store
Tulupliono M11I11 4
WE ARE pleased to advise that
we have received a full new
stock of those celebrated
I New Babies in Town I
Just arrived, the new style Baby Upright Piano
I :-: THERKELSEN'S PIANO HOUSE, :-: I
! 315 East Court Street,
Call and see them. They ure reasonable in price
I OUR EASY f PAYMENT PLAN I
makes it possible for everybody to have one.
This is the shoe we had last fall
and sold out every pair before
we could get more of them. Wc
have arranged to keep them cons
tantly on hand, so you had better v
try a pair,
DESCRIPTION Vici kid, Good
year welt, patent tip, smooth
insole, flexible and new spring'
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lhe nest Criterion
Of our work is the work it
self, as our best advertise
ment is the praitc of those
who patronize us. We know
we can do the best laundry
work, as we couldn't do it
we didn't, so if you want
your linen laundered belter
than you ever had it donv
go to the
" Mr: . . "