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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (May 30, 1903)
THEY talk about "style"
and "beauty" and "form"
and other things that
mean nothing But they say
little about fit.
'Queen Quality" is the one
shoe for women which is
made so that it fits the foot
just as a Paris-made glove
fits the hand.
BOOTS $3 - SPECIAL "
DINDINGER WILSON & CO'
Phone Main 1181. Good Hhocs Cheap
1. S. Shields, of Milton, la In the
city for b short visit.
C. U Holway, of Weston, Is the
guest of tho Golden Hule.
W. U Knight, of Hollx, is in the
city on ( business visit.
Mr. mul Mrs. F. EnglOhian, of lone,
nro guests at tho Hotel Pendleton.
Mrs. M. D. Boll, of Tokoa, is In
tho city visiting friends for a few
George H. Sutherland, of Walla
Walla, is In tho city on n business
C. L. Stlcknoy, a mining man of
Sumpter, Is in tho city on a business
G. L. Judson, of Pilot Rook, a for
mer printer of this city, is in town
C, B. Wade is in Portland on a
Bhort visit, nnd will return tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warren, of La
Grande, aro in tho city for a short
visit with friends.
J. Clem, of Freowator, ox-populist
senator from Linn county, Is a guest
of tho Golden Rule.
Mr. and Mtb. F. J. Brodofold, of
Weston, aro visiting friends In the
city for a fow days.
Wanted Men to handle good pay
ing line; exclusive territory. Brown
Bros. Co., Itochesior, N. Y,
Dr. C. J. Smith was called to Uma
tilla this morning on professional
business and returned on a froight
train at noon.
"William J. Kolly and his daughtors,
Misses Gonevlovo nnd Margaret, aro
visiting relatives hero. Mr. Kelly
Is tho brother of M. F. Kolly, the pro
prietor of the Golden Rule hotel.
J. Hamilton Lewis, of Chicago, for
merly tho democratic and populist
war horso and congressman from
Washington, was in tho city last eve
ning tho guest of tho Pendleton, and
went to Spokano this morning.
J. H. Raloy, one of tho most prom
inent attorneys of Pendleton, arriv
ed In tho city this morning en route
to Union on Important legal business,
but owing to tho lllnoss of Judgo
Eakln, returned homo on tho delayed
train. La Grando Chronicle.
Delegates to Grand Chapter.
Busheo Chapter No. 19, of tho Or
der of Eastern Star, will send as del
egates to tho grand chapter, which
meets In Portland on June 8, Mrs.
Lottie Hasbrook, Mrs. J. Owon and
Mrs. J .Perry. .Mr. and Mrs. John
Vert will go as members of tho
Andrew G. Nelson, who was found
hanging In tho woods near Astoria,
Wednesday, and who was supposed
to lmvo suicided, was ovldontly mur
dered, as he was known to have had
$1,200 cash with him at tho tlmo of
his death. Tho body had beon hang
ed to hldo tho crlmo of murdor and
All the latest styles and nov
elties in the most fashonablc
leather. Our stock is large
and varied and the prices in
teresting. TALLM AN & C2:
SOCIAL EVENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Our Regular Correspondent
With the annual meeting of tho
Woman's Club hold last Tuesday, at
Locust Hill, tho local club year unti
ed. All clubs are now adjourned for
tho summer vacation.
Tho various club committees will
meet to plan for next year's programs
and In September nnd October the
clubs will begin their regular meet
ings for the next calendar year.
Throughout tho state there has
been steady Increase in the Intorcst
nnd influence to our women's clubs.
Many now clubs have been added to
tho stato federation, and nearly
overywhore tho women have aided
In the best of civic work, helping In
public school, In library nnd In legis
lation to further these and other
Soveral well known club women
havo beon entrusted with importf.nl
The commission on child lali.ir, ap
pointed by Oovernor Chum'erlaln.
has among Its members Mrs iarah
A. Evans, Mrs. Bello Wright nnd Mrs.
Millie Trumbull; tho Portland sr.nool
board has ub Jts clialrnian on school
supplies. Mrs. Charles E. Litton;
sovornl of our prominent club wo
men serve on the executive boards
or the stato charities, children's old
and other philanthropic Institutions
of tho stale.
Our Pendleton library comrr-'Mw
will, this summer, look Into tho mat
tor of wider library privileges for
our city. Pendleton is far behind In
this kind of enterprise. Grant's
Pass, Eugene, Ashland, Corvr.llls.
Union, linker City and La Grande,
aro fav ahead of iih, and the women's
clubs of these towns linvc set tho
kill fC'.lihg, In Idaho nearly nil tho
small towns have libraries Installed
and run by club women, aided, ot
course, by public taxation,
Thorc Is hope that Pendleton will
fall into lino.
Our state library committee is en
gaged In districting tho stale for
the more ofllciont uso of our travel
ing libraries, and at tho state feder
ation meeting we hope to have a well
defined plan of library routes ready
for next year's stato work.
Tho state federation presented u
petition to tho Lowls and Clark hoard
of commissioners yesterday, asking
that they provide for an Oregon
building at tho St. Louis fair for so
cial headquarters for tho state
Tho federation officers bcliovo that
at St. Louis can bo done our mriat
effectivo work for tho Lowij and
A meeting of the officers of tho
Woman's Club is cnllod at 4 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon of next week,
at Ixicunt Hill. Members of tho
board of officers aro nsricu to be
prompt In attondancc.
Social and Personal,
Miss Ahlma Hailock, formerly of
Pendleton, but now of Baker City,
who has beon tho guost of Miss Ber
tha Alexander and Miss Gertrude
Sheridan, will leave for her home
William Rhlnohart Is contemplating
a visit to his former homo in Olym-
Misses Ida and Harriot Thompson'
will entertnln next Saturday after- i
noon in honor of the bride-elect, Miss j
.Mrs. T. U. Taylor ami .uibs ih.-i:ii
will leavo on Thursday morning for
nn extended eastern trip. They will
visit Mice's Penk and the Garden of
tho Gods en route.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Kloepfer will
leavo noxt week for their homo at
Plymouth, lnd. Mr. Kloepfer has
been toachor of languages at tho
Pendleton Academy during the past
Mrs. M. E. Clarke, of tho Peoples
Warehouse. Bpent part of the week
in Portland, whoro sho went to pur
chase goods from Eastern salesmen.
Miss Parrot, accompanied by Miss
Sheridan, will leavo on Tuesday for
a visit in Southern Oregon.
Miss Shepherd, tho popular high
school teacher, leaves for her homo
In Chicago on Tuesday next.
Mrs. Marston will give her annual
muslcale at tho Christian church
next Tuesday ovonlng.
Mrs. Wesley Matlock has aB her
guest her sister, Mrs. Laura Harpin-
DEATH OF JmMES S. LIND8EY.
Old Settler Carried Off by Consump
tion While at Meacham.
James S. Llndsey, of Pendleton,
died last ovonlng nt Meacham at tho
Mnrlln hotel, of consumption, with
which ho has ueon afflicted for two
years past, at tho ago of GO years.
Mr. Llndsoy lias beon In n steady do
cllno. during tho period mentioned.
Six weeks ago ho became so reduced
that ha was taken to the homo of
his brothor-ln-law, M, Flnnoran, of
this place, where tho loving caro of
his wife, who was exhausted, could
bo supplemented by others' help,
Thursday ho insisted upon going to
Meacham, saying that ho felt oettor
than ho had in many months. Twenty-four
hours later ho passed away.
Mr. Lindsey was born In Kentucky
In 1853. Many years ago ho went to
Ohio to reside, later to Yankton, S.
D., and In 1881 camo to Pendloton,
whoro ho has since resided. Mr.
Llndsoy leaves a wlfo nnd ono broth
er, Wnltor Lindsey, ot this place, nnd
two slaters Mrs. M. Flnnoran and
Mrs. Ed Morgan, all of this placo.
ger, of Fresno, Cal., who will spend
a couplo of months hore.
Mrs. C. S, Jackson returned from
iininr r.ltv nhil Sumntnr on Thurs
day after an absence of a few days,
Mrs. Frank Wamslcy Is spending
Decoration day with her mother nt
Mrs. Fred Judd, accompanied by
Mrs. E. Y. Judd, will leave for Wnlla
Walla next week to be the guests
of Mrs. Levi Ankony for a few days.
Miss Strong will leave on Monday
for her home In Portland.
Miss Bessie Swltzler returned
home today from Portland, where sho
has been tho guest of friends for a
Tho many friends of Mrs. M. J.
Lane will be pleased to know that
sho has sufficiently recovered from
her recent Illness to bo bout tho
The MIbscs Faye and Ruth Gibson
have issued Invitations for a party
to bo given nt their home on Marie
street, Monday evening, June 1.
Clark Nelson, of Weston, was n
visitor In the city Inst Thursday
Miss Erma Benson left this morn
ing to spend her vacation with friends
and , relatives at Portland. Miss
rtnuxnii Ib nno of the teachers at tho
old academy building.
Mrs. Lee Jloorliouse loit tins niorn-
tnn. fni n t.,nnt)i'a visit nt tht hnmp nf
Jade Swltzler, ncross the river from
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Nye returned
Mila ninrnliif In tliplr homo nt. Rnlin.
after a visit t;re with Mr, and Mrs.
A. w. Nye.
A "Pink Shower."
On Thursday afternoon Miss Mnblc
Kye was the honored guest of a "pink
Hhower," at tho homo of Miss Stella
Alexander. The rooms were beauti
fully decorated for the occasion, pink
carnations being used In profusion.
The gifts for tho bride-elect were
carefully done up in pink wrappings,
and consisted of many things both
useful and ornamental, which be
spoko the high esteem In which Miss
Nye Is held by her numerous frlendB.
Various games formed a part of the
afternoon's pleasures, after which
light refreshments were Berved.
Miss Alexander was assisted by
Misses Gertrude and Lenore Sheri
dan, Ahlma Hailock nnd Bertha Alex
ander. Those who participated
were: Misses Dena Hendley, Esma
Sautelle, Ida. Harriet and Edna
Thompson, Blanch Home. Lavelle
Moorhouse. Katherlno and Bessie
Duncan, Elsie Matlock, Ethel John
son, Nellie Cameron, Maud Sheridan,
Ethel Hayes, Rota Bean, Elslo Fol
som, Jessie Hartmnn, .Miss Strong,
Mesdames Harry Reese, 1 G. Fra
zler, Frank Moulo and Miss Eva
Switzlor, of Walla Walla.
Mrs, Hlslop Entertains.
Miss Shepherd will ho the honored
guest this evening at a party given
by Mrs. William Thompson Hlslop,
at her homo on College street.
Music and cards will form part of
the evening's pleasures. Those in
vited to attend aro: Misses Rifncr,
McGee, Sheridan, Baum, Rnley,
Froomo; Mesdames Smith and Clark;
Messrs. Fred Lampkln, George Hart
man, Fred Lampkln, Charles 'Bond,
William Rhlnohart, C. E. Pruett,
Frank Mitchell, Roy RItnor and Mr.
A farewell dancing party was given
at La Dow Music hall on Thursday
evening, in honor of Homer V. Car
pouter, who has gone to Portland to
reside. Quito a largo number at
tended and tho ovonlng passed only
too quickly. Klrkman's orchestra
discoursed sweet music. Mr. Car
penter has made a host of friends
during his residence In Pendleton,
who regret his departure.
High School Lawn Fete.
A pretty lawn foto was given last
evening on the high scnooi lawn ny
the Juniors. In honor of tho seniors.
The whole high school was In attend
ance. Tho grounds wore beautifully
decorated with Japanese lantorns.
Light refreshments were served.
Tho funeral 'will bo hold tomorrow
at 2 p. m. from tho M. E, church,
South, conducted by Rov. G. W. Rig
by, and the lutorment will bo in Ol
No- Doubt About There Being a Hard,
Fast and Clean Game.
Sunday afternoon at 3:30 tho last
of the Dayton-Pendloton series of
games will bo played. This series of
games has been tho closest and most
interesting here this season, and to.
morrow promises to bo the best nf
Both tho teams hopo for victory,
and will redouble their efforts to be
successful. Stovonson will pitch for
tho visitors, and Collier will swing
his arm for tho homo team.
Tho teams Will bo played In the
samo positions, and from tho eloso
ncss of tho games which havo been
played, tomorrow's game will repay
a trip to tho grounds.
Mrs. William Loyd, of Milton, Is In
tho city today transacting business.
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The success of The Mutual
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of its funds :
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Good health and good in
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Thl Company rantf
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Firit In Ae.
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Company of New Yokk
Richard A. McCukdy, l'reildent.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
Richard A. McCurdy, president.
Alma D. Katz, manager, Boise, Idaho.
Frank L. Hammond, District Manager,
DOCTORS AND LAWYERS
WILL PLAY JUNE FOURTH.
Positions All Arranged, Umpire Se
lected, Committees Appointed and
Practice Games Are Played Every
Day Good Music Has Been Pro
Tho committees oi the lawyers and
doctors mot today nt which tlmo ar
rangements for the coming great con
test were made.
An executive committee consisting
of J. H. Raloy, A. E. Mann and Chas.
Bryson was appointed to have gener
al charge of the game and Its ar
rangements. Messrs. Reeder, Smith and Colo
woro given power to provide music
for tho day and provide generally
for tho entertainment of tho crowd.
Dr. A. E. Mann was elected captain
of the doctors' team, and Colonel
James H. Raley tho captain of the
George A. Hartmnn, Jr., will ho the
of J. H. Baley, A. E, Mann and Chas.
destiny of tho game.
Judge Thomas Fitz Gerald will sell
tickets for the grand stand and Dr.
Johnson will tnke thom up.
Professor Hoy Conklln will sell
tickets at tho gate and C. E. Roose
velt will accept them from tho eager
Roy Rltner and Charles French
will lie the official scorers and have
put in requisition for a large, long
hook to hold tho total results.
The game will ho called at 2
o'clock sharp on Thursday noxt, and
tho proceeds will go to the henefit of
tho hospital. The two nines aro
practicing dally and a very laughable
and entertaining game will he given
INDIANS WILL ENTERTAIN.
Music, Drills and Recitations at the
Noxt Thursday evening nt 7:30
o'clock a most interesting program
will be rondered In tho assembly hall
of tho agency school. It will consist
of drills, recitations, charades, char
acterizations and music and all tho
participants will be students of tho
Tho general public of Pendloton
and surrounding country Is invited
to attend en masso.
Clertrudo. tho oldest (laughter of
.Mr. and .Mrs. E. C. Ward, of Newborg,
has received a valuable momcnto
from an aunt in England. It Is a
solid bronze coronation medal, sot In
a handsome case, struck off In honor
of the crowning of tho present mon
arch of Groat Britain, Tho largo me
dnlllon presents on one side a cast
of the features of King Edward VII,
with date of coronation, and on the
other that ot Queen Alexandra.
John .losle, who escaped from a
Kingston. Canada, prison, 28 years
nun has been locntnil In flonttin
whoro ho Is In a dying condition!
wnn consumption. He was sentenc
ed lor llfo for killing his paramour,
nnd escaped aftor serving six years.
Even children drink Graiu-0
because thoy liko it ntid tho doc
tors say it is good for them. Why
not ? It contains all of tbo nourish,
ment of the puro grain and nono
of the poisons of coffee.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
Atgroctri ervrjittwrc; I5c unit -Ho. pr mckae,
YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY
The St. Joe Store
f We will Make Prices that
Lyons Mercantile Company
W. ). CLARKE & Co. 2., Court Streei
4 r ii
six uays more
f Of out Great Wash Goods, Stiit
4 Waist, Stilt and J Shift Waist
The Finest in The
FinestSLine of Co hen and Extension Tables in Eastern W
MAIN AND WEBB STREETS. Undertaking Parlors in W
DO Y0D ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE?
Pride of Umatilla, Made at home.
We Tropose to make this week the Greater
Sales week wn have had since locating in Pcn!et0I1
ziisiuuiau we curves
COME IN AND SEE US
THE FISHING SEASOH
is now open ami, nisnja tt.
led beauty is awutiig the d.I
of the ambitious ang,ri I(
skill and ambition in,
little without food and m
tackle. W.J. Clarke 4 Co, hsr
the most attractive and terftt
able line of tlite goods, wt
prising everything ntede,! 5,
trout, bass, pickerel, stream i
Saturday was our Buisest day of the Season
nrd many of the gocd things were carried
c fi, but there is still a very fine assortment
ol our Sale Gcods.
Our Shirt Wa iftsAre
We Are Still Selling Embroider
ies at Oar Usual Redaction : :
BIG BOSTON STORE