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DAILY EAST OBEOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1M.
The Latest i
The" celebrated D. Armstrong;
& Co's. line of ladies' fine Ox'ords
has arrived. The latest styles,
finest; workmanship and neatest
ladies' Oxfords shown in the city.
A full line of little gents, youths
and boy's Oxfords and everything
in seasonable footwear fcr old and
Dindinger, Wilson &
Thone Main 1181
Good Shoes Cheap
BEET SUGAR FACTORY.
Senator Ankeny Interested in One at
Proaser, Where He Has Some Valu
Proaser, Wash., May 13. If favor
able Indications count, Prosser -will
have a beet sugar plant within the
next IS months. For the past month
the ProHser Board of Trade has had
under consideration a proposition
from a representative of the Utah
beet sugar plant who proposes to
erect and maintain a plant providing
the business people would guarantee
to produce 3.500 acres of beet land
and other considerations of minor
for the purpose of further consider-
Ing the proposition at which were1"""'" na
present Hon. Levi Ankeny. W. G. , f the I. O. O. F., at Portland..
Granger, of the Washington Irrigation 1 A. D. Stillman will leave Saturday
Company., E. F. Benson and others. ' morning for California, to be present
Mr. Granger in the Interest of the at the Victoria Island land suit. In
Washington Irrigation Company, 1 which he is one of the attorneys.
pledged-their earneBt support in be
half of the proposition, both offering
land and water rights, besides giving
the matter their individual attention. ,
FRANK HUGHES BOUND OVER.
Must Stand Trial at Portland, Charg
ed With Selling Liquor to Indians.
Frank Hughes, accused of selling !
liquor to Spokane Jim and Charley (
Shapeless, was bound over to appear 1
before the November term of the fed-i
eral grand Jury this morning. In the '
sum of $250.
Hughes Is unknown here and is a '
laboring man. Several days ago he
was heard by Berkley Hailey. the !
commissioner's son, to offer to pro-
cure whiskey for the Indians. Mr. ,
Hailey was notified and arrived in
time to arrest the man and take the i
whiskey from the Indians. Hughes
pleaded ignorance of the charge. He j
claimed to know nothing of the Indl-
ans and swore never to have given
them whiskey, but In the face of the '
evidence he was bound over.
Deputy United States Marshal Jack (
Proebstel, of Pendleton, came up this !
morning and took the prisoner to
Inspector of Surveys.
La Grande, May 13. M. P. .McCoy,
government inspector of surveys for
Eastern Oregon and Washington, ar
rived in the city last night. Mr. Mc
Coy has just returned from the Imna
ha district and other sections of Wal
lowa county, and expresses himself
as being very much pleased with that
region, and that the day Is not far
distant when Wallowa will take its
place in the front ranks of the coun
ties of this state. He expects to leave
soon for Malheur county, where he
has a large amount of work to do.
F. & S. Bitters
The great System Tonic.
The remedy that is so
popular because of its
real m:rit. Nov is the
time to take F. & S. Bit
ters and tone up your sys
tem. One bottle is equal
to a month's recreation.
TALLMAN & C2:
THE DRUGGISTS !
j PERStJlHL WEHT1DH.
C. E. Prwht'has recovered from his
" R. R. Diven, of Helix, is in the city
on a business visit.
H. E. Manley, from Athena, is at the
Golden Rule hotel.
Colin V. Dyraent arrived down from
Walla Walla last night.
R. E. Porter, of Meacham, Ib in Pen
dleton on .a business visit.
Mrs. M. S. Steele, or Seattle, is
visiting friends In the city.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crawford, of
Portland, are visiting in the city.
Miss Florence Meade, of Wallace,
Is visiting with Mrs. C. S. Jackson.
-Mrs. J. W. Henderson, of Portland,
Is the guest of the Hotel Pendleton.
Mrs. TJ. G. Earles, of North Yakima,
is the guest of the Hotel Pendleton.
Douglas Belts, the Pilot Rock sheep
raiser, was a visitor In Pendleton yes
terday. Allen Bros, are preparing to move
to their wood camp near Huron, for
Walter M. Pierce left this morning
for California to attend the Victoria
Island land case.
John Hutson, of the general offices
of the W. & C. R. at Walla Walla, is
In the city today.
Mrs. John Bean, who has been quite
ill at her home on West Webb street.
Is greatly Improved.
Mrs. Swanson. of Tacoraa, Is visit
ing In the city, being the guest of
Mrs. George B. Robblns and Mrs. H.
W. R. Connington, of Canyon City,
was a Pendleton visitor today. He Is
Miss Bertha M. Sumner, of Port
land, was in the city today, having
stopped off to consult the grand guar
dian of the Women of Woodcraft
about her work.
A. H. Sunderman and wife, of Echo,
drove in from their farm last night
and will return this evening. Mr.
Sunderman has sold his sheep and
will immediately buy another herd for
the fall markets.
Miss Flora Walker, of the Owl Tea
Store, is confined to her home by an
aiiacK or me grip, aiiss waiKer nas i
been sick for several days, but did
not ' give up until today, when she
was forced to remain at home.
Professor M. F. Knox left this
morning for Walla Walla, where he
w-IU give a series of lectures. From
there he will return to his home at
Seattle. Professor Knox wished to
organize a class In this city, but was
unable to obtain enough people for
a large one.
Fires in New York.
Malone, N. Y., May 14. Fire has
made a wide sweep In the forest In
the vicinity of Duane. If It Is not
checked before it reaches the Dyer
mountain country the loss will be
enormous. The inhabitants in the
path are fleeing. The towns in the
Malone mountain district are threat
cned. Fire apparatus has been sent
by special trains for protection.
Salt Trust Suffers.
San Francisco, May 14. The offic
ers or the Federal Salt Company
known as the Salt Trust, were fined
$1,000 by District Judge DeHaven to
day ror violating the Sherman antl
1 Hold-up in Idaho.
I Idaho City, May 14. The Boise
I stage was held up a mile this aide
of Idaho City this morning and the
i man pouch was rifled. There was but
one passenger. The telephone wires
were cut. The sheriff is In pursuit
i wicn a posse.
A monologue, my son. Is a man's
i wife talking to him, and a dialogue Is
nis wile ana her mother talking to
nim. uosion Transcript.
If you use Grain-0 in place of
coffee you will enjoy It just as
mack, for it tastes the same; yet, it
is like a food to the system, dis
tributing the full substance of the
pure grain with every drop.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
At poem everywhere ; 15c and 23c per packg.
MAPLE BROS, Agents
Equal to any $100 Machine
Typewriter Supplies and Kub
ber Stamp Goods
SIXTY FAMILY AND FOUR
SERVICE TENTS IN GROVE.
From the Cascades to Montana and
Wyoming In , This Conference A
Thousand Will Be in Attendance.
Piles of trunks, plies of wood, rows
and rows of tents, a store and a
swinging bell, fill nyers' grote and
mark the opening of the 23d annual
conference of the Adventlsts church,
which convenes at this place tomor
It is quite an encampment and has
been growing for two weeks and
more, until at the present time It
numbers upward of 60 family tents
and has a population of more than
100 people. At the close of the en
campment last year over 700 mem
bers of the denomination were camp
ed upon the ground and this year a
greater number Is expected.
The conference meets annually and
In connection with the work of the
conference a camp meeting is held.
To this meeting delegates are elect
ed from every church In the confer
ence district and they, at tho confer
ence, transact all the business of the
district. At this time the officers of
the district are elected, the ministers
receive their salaries, and tho gener-
al routine business is transacted,
The district now in conference here!
represents all of Oregon and Wash
ington east of the Cascade range, and
the whole of Idaho and the churches
are wldelv scattered over thlB terrl
The officers of the conference are
A. J. Breed, College Place, Wash
president: Professor J. L. Kay, of
College Place, secretary nnd treas
urer. The executive committee con
slsts of Elders A. J. Breed. J. A. Hoi
brook, J. M. Wllloughby. W. H. Sax
by. T. L. Ragsdale, J. W. Posly and
C. C. Lewis.
Prominent church members from
abroad in attendance are: Elders
Knox and Snyder, of California; W.
W. Prescott, the editor of the Re
view and Herald of Battle Creek
Mich.; Elder G. Irwin, of Australia
and Henri- Shulty, of Nebraska. EI
F. M. Burg, of Portland, will also be
The conference proper will begin
tomorrow morning, at which time th
routine business of the church
be taken up
There are four service tents on the
ground, one large one 70x100 feet for
the geueral meetings, and one smal
ler, for the young people's meetings,
The children also have a separate
tent and there is a large tent In which
services will be conducted in tho
There is a store and a dining room
tent on the ground for the accommo
dation of the campers. The store is
under the management of F. B. Steen
of Milton, and is not a money-making
scheme, but simply a local depot for
the convenience of those in attena
ance on the conference. All the sup
plies are bought of local dealers.
The dally program to be observed
by all campers and visitors is print
ed here. Dally reports of the meet
ing will be furnished throughout the
Rising bell, 5 a. m.
Early morning meeting, C:30.
District meetings, 8:00.
Children's meeting, 8:00.
Business meeting. i:30 to 11:30.
Dinner, 1:00 p. m.
Preaching, 2:30 p. m.
Children's meeting. 4 to 5 n. m.
Young peoples' meeting. 5 to C p. m,
I'reachlng. 7:45 p. m.
Retiring bell. 9:15 p. m.
Silent bell, 9:45 p. m.
ORATOR FOR JULY FOURTH.
Negotiations in Progress With Gover
nor Chamberlain, Senator Fulton
President R. Alexander, of the Pro
gress ciub, has appointed Messrs.
uonen, leumcn anu uestnorn as a
committee to secure an orator for
the Fourth of July celebration. The
gentlemen are now In communication
with several men of prominence and
will get a man well known to the
people of the state as the orator of the
President Alexander will have the
other committees ready for publlca
tion by tomorrow.
Jolly Dozen's Last Dance.
The Jolly Dozen Danrlntr cinh will
give their last dance this evening at
music nan. at wmch time they will
entertain their friends for the last
tlmo this season. Following the nro-
gram reiresnments will be served and
the boys will endeavor, as usual tn
Bive ineir guesis mo nest time pos.
To Grand Encampment.
b. L. Barnett and wife drove In
irora Athena this morning nnd left
ior tne west on the morning train.
Mr. Barnett will visit friends in Crook
county, while Mrs. Barnett will at
tend the grand encampment of the
O. O. F.. which convenes nt Port.
land ou Tuesday next. Mrs. Barnett
is the grand warden of that order.
Jolly Dozen Dance!!
Jolly Dozen Dance!!
Music Hall!! Refreshments! !
Boys' Last Dance!!
Those holding Invitations come!! 1
MVC Ul wnwt- U s - i
Family Troubles Being Aired In the
Judge Ellis, of tho circuit court, is
making n specialty of divorces this
week. Two decrees were made yes
terday and one today; one case Is
now on trial, and another Is tempor
arily continued until some deposition
of testimony can be taken, when the
case will be decided.
Yesterday In the case of Georgia
Alice Hldy vs. J. F. Hldy. the court
gave the plaintiff. Georgie Alice
Hldy, an absolute divorce and award
ed her the custody of .Mabel Hldy. a
minor child, the issue of the marriage.
In the case of Sablna W. Franklin
vs. Benjamin Franklin, the court de
creed that the plaintiff be freed from
the bonds or matrimony existing be
tween her and the defendant. The
case went by default the defendant
not appearing when summoned.
Effie E Stone was granted a divorce
from Alfred F. Stone, and was award
ed her maiden name of Effle E. Brad
ley. The case was won by default,
the defendant not appearing to con
test the case.
The cass of Touse vs. Touse was
heard the first of the week, but was
continued for more evidence.
The court Is today hearing evidence
.v, nnin nt WmiilrlrkR VS. Hen-
.1 -I ..1 n Dnnrllntnn rncp whlfh haS
attracted much attention In this city
on account of the prominence of the I
parties nnd the frequency of their dls-
ncreasing interest and Uncommon
The second round of the golf tour
nament was played yesterday after
noon, the players each playing over
a nine-hole course, as on the day pre
vious. The matches played yesterday
resulted as follows:
Hartman vs. Moorhouse Hartman
won, 5 up, winning the match by four
Dodd vs. Judd the first and second
rounds were both tied. The tie will
be played off this afternoon.
Rinehart vs. Berkeley tied the
second round; Rinehart won by 2 up.
Keller vs. Dickson Dickson won, 3
Wade vs. Lambrith Wade won, 3
Brown vs. Clopton Brown won, 1
In the ladles' contest, Mrs. Clopton
and Mrs. Johnson played a tie game
in the second round, Mrs. Johnson
thus winning the match by 1 point.
Miss Strong and Miss Cameron
played their first round yesterday
afternoon. Their second will be
The finals will be played Friday, at
which time the championship of the
local club will be decided.
SHEEP TO THE MOUNTAINS.
Garrison & LaFontaine Flocks Being
Taken to Summer Pasturage.
Gus LaFontaine Is moving his
sheep to the summer range. Two
bands numbering about 4.S00 head,
passed through Pendleton this morn
ing bound for the old Boettcher place,
near .Meacham, where they will be
kept during the summer. Next week
two more bands, aggregating about
5.000 head, will be driven to the same j
The sheep have been ranging at the
Despain gulch, and The Well, about!
15 miles north of town.
Walla Walla Team Here.
The Walla Walla baseball contin
gent came to town this afternoon.
There are 12 men with the team: Van
DeWater. Bruyette, Irby, Bradley,
Heder, Hogan, Brown, Fisher. Mc
Gucken, Berry, Stoval and Edwards.
The boys are here to win and a good
series of games Is expected.
New Telephone Directory.
Ralph Wade Is now engaged In
compiling the new telephone direc
tory. An Increase of 125 patrons dur
ing the past six months is a fair in
dex to the progress of the city.
Real Estate Transfers.
W. Nlckols today sold to Mrs. Helen
Wulttcmore, through the agency of
E. T. Wade, lots 11 and 12. block ll
Raley's addition. Consideration $500.
New Delivery Wagon.
The Domestic Laundry has uur.
chased an elegant new delivery
Monopole, Rock Caudy,
lied Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
ST. JOE STORE
Big Special Sale
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK
OUR STOCK THE LARGEST
Oor prices guaranteed the lowest
LYONS MERCANTILE C0i
The Leaders In Pendleton
. . . .... ..-lfH
We are pleased to annotsce that
have by far the greatest supply
men's shirts ever carried m tt
city of Pendleton -:- -:- -
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Bp! jjl ' ' j i'pl
Til- H ii . WM
Men are never without a shirt 01
We always handle the right kind
BIG BOSTON STORE
Bring Us Your Second Hand Goods
We will pay you what is right for thorn
Bargains on new and second hand goods-
GURDANE & McBROWN
312 East Court Street
fcvery Day Nee
"- "ui.se are sun
Dy tne many articles ol
; " uneni
nine prices. Lot,g anj
stepladders that are 1
and safe. Tight tubs and
all sizes. All our wooded
is sound and seasoned.
2ii Court Street
At prices to p!
For old or young
Both good and bad
Open in front or
To wear day or nlghj
Correct from the neck
to the tail of the shirt
I Know U Kflo
need a few nice
tr ma the house mere
(nrtahlf. and COZV. And
PETS, well, you should se
big line before you duj.
do Carts from $3 upl
M. A. RAD1
VA1M AND WEBB SIB
Undertaking Psrlors iu Conn
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