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DAILY EAST OR EGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, JUNE 9,
With the opening of the
season we have ready for
you the largest stock of
men's women's and
children's Oxfords that
we have ever carried.
TITheee goods mean more
than "style" or "beauty"
for they have the best
wearing qualities of any
wo have ever carried and
the prices, remarkable.
DINDINGER "WILSON & CO-
Phone Malu ItSl. Good Shoes Cheap
FORMERLY OF PENDLETON.
Rapid Rise of a Young Man Who Be
gan the Practice of Law Here.
Judge J. A. Allshle, of Urangovllle,
Idaho, was the guest Sunday and
Monday of his old classmato at Wil
lamette Collego, J. T. Hlnkle. Judge
Allshle was on his way to deliver nn
nddresB at the commencement of Wil
lamette Collego, from which Institu
tion ho graduated In 1891.
Immediately nftor Ills graduation
he came to Pendleton and opened a
law ofllec In the East Oregonlan
building. The first money Mr. Allshlo
made In Pendleton he used to get out
of town with, and hied himself up to
Qrangevlllo, whero he has since re
sided. Last fall ho was nominated
for Jttdgo of the Biipreme court of
Idaho by the republicans, and was
elected. lie had nevor before hold
office, or been a candidate. Ho car
ried his homo county, which is nomi
nally 300 democratic, by 200 major
ity. Mr. Hlnkle regards Judgo Allshle
ns one of tho exceptionally able men
and that he has but entered upon a
OPINIONS ARE RENDERED IN
CASES HEARD AT PENDLETON
Of Six Cases, Four Are Reversals of
the Lower Courts All Are of Inter
est to Many People In This Vicinity,
The following decisions have been
handed down by Chief Justice F. A.
In tho case of J. L. Slater vs. the La
Grande Light & Power Company, np
nealed from Union county, tho ueciS'
Ion of Judgo Eakln Is roversed. This
is a suit to foreclose a Hon. Tho
nlaintiff constructed a dam for the ue
fondant in the Grande Hondo river,
and tho disagreement nroso over
changes In the plans and specinca'
In tho case of I). G. Ovorholt, ad
mlnlstrntor of the partnership estate
of John Muldrlck, deceased, vs. David
D. Diotz. annealed from Grant county,
Judge M. D. Clifford's decision is ro
versed. Opinion by woiverton.
In the caso of John Stelgor vs.
Goorgo Fronhofor, appealed from Ba
ker county, the decision or tno trial
Judgo is affirmed. Opinion by Bean.
This Is an action to recover a balance
duo tho plaintiff on a contract for the
sa c and delivery of sheop.
In tho case of J. M. Hilts vs. ltachel
Hilts, an appeal from Union county,
on motion to dismiss appeal, the ap
peal was dismissed. Opinion by Wol
In the case of Herring Hall, Marvin
Co. vs. James It. Smith, appeal from
Union county, opinion of trial judge
reversed. Opinion by woiverton.
This is a suit wherein the Hall Safe
& Lock Company seek to recovor
from tho defendant the value of a safe
which they shipped to him nt La
Grande and which ho refused to ac
cept. In tho case of Elanor Potter vs. M.
B, Pottor, an appeal from Wnsco
county, the decision of tho trial judgo
Is roversed. Opinion by Bean. This
Is a suit to enforce the performance
of an agreement to sell 115 acres of
land inear Hood Itlver.
Fine Cattle Shipment.
Phillips, tho cattle buyer, laBt even
ing shipped over the Northern Paci
fic to the Sound, 75 head of very fine
grade shorthorn cattle, purchased of
Jack Brlgham and Frank and James
Roach. They aro consigned to Cars
Three Machines Will Be in Use in
In Umatilla 'county during the
pending harvest Reason will bo In use
threo of tho combined harvesters man
ufactured by the Rlgby-Clovo Com
pany. Tho other nine machines man
ufactured by the company this season
have been sold in other counties north
Tho three referred to will be In
use ns follows: Alex McKenzIe, on
his farm adjoining Adams; J. N. B.
Gherklng, near Athena; John Leedy,
near Helix. It Is tho Intention of
hundreds of wheat raisers to Inspect
tho Wgby-Clovo machine In operation
and satisfy both curiosity and judg
ment by a careful examination of its
merits. Tho machine was thoroughly
tested last year and several of this
year's output sold many months In
advance of tho harvest. The company
could have sold a half dozen more,
but having gauged tho capacity of
the plant to a dozen machines for this
season, could not nil the entire ie-mnml.
Receipts and Disbursements of the
To tho Generous Public of tho City
We, tho undersigned executive com
mittee of tho Doctors' and Lawyers'
Baseball Aggregation, do most re
spectfully submit tho following state
ment of the recolpts and disburse
ments of the day:
Gate recolpts $142.45
Receipts nt tho grand Btnnd . . 85.50
From sale of tickets at drug
Snle of mitt 1.50
Sale of shield -.00
Total receipts $2,84.70
Boys' Band, for music $10.00
East Oregonlan, advertising .. D.00
J. Marin, soda water 2.00
Turner, transfer, 1.00
Smith, soda water 2.25
Peoples Warehouse, supplies .. 2.45
Work on the ground 2.50
Nolf, supplies 2.95
Tribune, advertising 4.60
Frazior, supplies 10.10
Garrcttson, for ball 35
McFaull, for ball 50
Total expenditures f 43.70
Not proceeds, $241.00.
And further bog to advise that, in
pursuance of Instructions, we have
paid tho same over to Mother su
porlor Stnnlslaus. in charge of St. An
thony's hospital, with instructions to
expend tho same under the directions
of tho physicians playing in tho
game, for fittings and supplies for
E. A. MANN,
J. H. RALEY,
R. S. BRYSON,
ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY EXER
An Interesting Program tonight at
Frazer's Opera House.
Tho following is the program of
the Kith annual closing exercises of
St. Joseph's Academy, at Frazer 6
opera house tonight:
Instrumental trio Galnpde Concert.
Selection "Santiago March," St
Selection "Mnssa's In the Cold,
Cold Ground," St. Joseph's Orchestra.
Recitation Miss Amelia Robin
novltz. Selection "Bride's Welcome," St.
Drama "Tho Champion of Her
Duet Violins and Piano.
Pantomime "My Faith Looks Up
Frolic of tho Brownies Primary
Cake Walk Boys.
Delsarteau March nnd Poses
Twolve Young Ladles.
Illhbon Drill Sixteen lounc La
All the latest styles and nov
elties in the most (ashonablc
leather. Our stock is large
and varied and the prices interesting.
T ALLM AN & C2:
Hold-up Near La Grande.
Sunday afternoon as live men wore
going to La Grando, when a short
dlstnnco from Hot I.ako, they were
held up by threo toughs, who relieved
them of what surplus cash thoy pos
sessed. Upon their arrival in La
Grando thoy reported tho clrcum
stnnco to tho police, who 'phoned a
description of tho toughs to the polico
of tho soveral cities up tho road, and
it Is to he hoped thoy may soon be
General Funston at Walla Walla.
Lieutenant Calvert,, of the United
States army, has been In tho city
soveral days Inspecting horses offer
ed for sale for the cavalry service.
Last night ho received orders to re
port to General Funston at Walla
Walla, anu loft for that point this
There is no beverage more healthful than
the right kind of beer. Barley malt and hops
a food and a tonic. Only 2XA Per cent
of alcohol just enough to aid digestion.
But get the right beer, for tome beer U not healthful.
Schlitz u the pure beer, the clean beer, the filtered and
aterilized beer. No bacilli in it nothing but health.
And Schlitz is the aged beer that never causes bilibusnew.
Call for the Brewery Settling,
tkm Br that made Mltwaukmm fammiu.
Phone 51 Main, H. Kopittke, C07 Main St.,
Outside Sheep Trespass on Quaran
John Lovforgey and O. D. Jaync,
sheepmen of Condon, wero arrested
early tills week on a warrant sworn
out of Justice. Austin's court at Ham
ilton on a charge of trespassing on
quarantined range. Tno case of Lov
forgoy was heard yesterday, George
E, Davis, of tills city, representing
tho state of Orogon nnd Sam E. Van
Vactor, of Heppnor, representing tho
defendant, which resulted in tho ac
quittal of Lovforgoy on a technicali
ty. Tho caso against O. D. Jnyno was
It appears that through oversight,
only ono quarantine notice was post
ed whllo tho law requires tho posting
of two notices. Now notices have
been posted and all future trespass
ing will bo vigorously prosecuted. If
this quarantine Is enforced It will
have a tendency to provont outside
sheop from coming into the county.
Blue Mountain Eagle.
Work of the Roesch Brewery.
William Roesch now expects to bo
ablo to begin work on the side walls
of tho now brewery on or about next
Monday. It Is a question morcly of
the delivery of brick whenever It Is
on hand tho building will bo crowded
to a completion. If work is not bogun
soon and is not subjected to dolays,
Mr. Roesch will begin browing In tho
now building ubout Octobor 1, next.
Tho Fedorntcd Trades Council last
evening appointed n commlttoe to re
sumo negotiations with tho Rlgby
Clovo Company, and It is probnbio
that the whole affiilr will go to a
finish very soon.
Thoro is complaint bolng mnde
about the putofylng carcass of an im
mense dog which llos on tho gravel
bar beneath tho rivor bridge on tho
road to tho raco track.
Broke Up In a Row,
Colfax, Wash., Juno 9. Tokoa nnd
Colfax Lcadors played a 12-lnntng
game Sunday foronoon, tho gnmo
breaking up In a row over tho um
pire's decisions, when each team had
1C scores. Tho gamo was awarded
to tho Loaders, 9 to 0. Batteries
Vlning and Brownleo for Tokoa, Ellis
nnd McNeil for Colfax.
Two men aro mortally wounded at
LInwood, U I., In a three-cornered
pistol light over a trifling dispute.
Carl Cooloy has gono to Grounds,
vlllo on a vacation.
Matt Mosgrovo, tho Milton mer
chant, is In the city.
wiillnm Slusher went last
night to Portland for a visit.
William Lowell has gono to Burns
to snend the summer wun rcmuvus,
W. II. Babb and wife, of Echo, are
in the city, stopping nt tho Hotel St.
Albert Rash, who formerly Jived In
Pmniintnn was a business visitor
W D. Hansford has gone to Port
land to attend the ShrluerB' state
L B. Campbell, an O. R. & N. postaj
clerk, has lately moved to 309 Jack
W. D. Chamberlain is in Portland
attending tho state grand lodge of tho
A. F. & A. M.
William Slusher and family will
spend tho summor at their reslnencc
near Lehman Springs.
W. W. Bristow, formerly an In
structor In the Oregon Agricultural
College, Is in town for a few days.
A marriage license was issued yes
terday afternoon to Bert J. Byors and
Sarah E. Stewart, both of Milton.
n. At Davis, nf Boise, ox-state su
perintendent of Insurance of Idaho, Is
In tho city the guest of tho St. uoorgc,
Mrs. M. Alice Sheridan left this
morning for Portland to attend Iho
convention of the Order of Eastern
Samuel Warner and family have
moved to their summor home about
10 miles beyond Pilot Rock, in the
Mrs. George Adams has returned to
her home on McKay crook. She has
been tho guest of her sister, Mrs. Dr.
Mrs. Charles Wllkins, wife of Indi
an Agent Wllkins, hns been quite 111
at her homo. Her sister is visiting
her from the Sound.
F. J. Kneppcr, of Vancouver, a vet
erinary from tho United States
army, was In the city yesterday, leav
ing for Ukiah this morning.
Miss Florence Coopor, who has
been visiting with her sister, Mrs. J.
T. Hlnkle, since last fall, has return
ed to her home nt Washtuckna, Wash.
Dr. Vaughan has gono to Portland,
delegate from the A. F. & A. M. of
this place to tho state grand lodge.
Ho is junior warden of the local
Charles Holimau, of Portland,
deputy revenue collector, Is In tho
city, doing business with tho tobac
conists and others who pay lnternnl
Rev. B. F. Harper will go to Baker
City Saturday to file with tho secre
tary of tho presbytery his report of
the Presbyterian general assembly at
George R. Demott has returned
from a visit to his old homo In Now
Jersey, which ho had not seen for 20
years until he reached there the first
week In last December.
Dr. D. Y. K. Deering was a Pendle
ton visitor today. Dr. Deerlnc has
just returned from a visit with his
daughters at Portland. Ho Is on his
way to his homo in Union.
Dr. G. W. Tape, of Hot Lake, is in
town. He roports his new bath house
ns finished. It is 130xCC, and cost
$18,000. It is mado of brick, cement
and tllo and Is a well-built and sub
John J. Lally. who is in the omnlov
of the O. R. & N. company at Pen
dleton, was In tho citv Sundnv nn a
visit to his old-time friend and school
mate, John Dordan, of the Hotel Som
mer. Mr. Lally and Mr. Dordan wero
boys togothor in Minneapolis, and
their meoting nftor years cf separa
tion was very cordial. La Grande
Injured In Runaway Accident.
Sumptor, Or., Juno 9. Mrs, Eugeno
Bartholf and her little grandchild,
Wllmor Harrison wero soverely in
jured In a runaway accident hero Sat
urday morning. Mrs. Bnrtholfs foot
was brokon and tho boy suffered a
fracturo of the hip. Both patients are
resting comfortably. A particularly
sad featuro of the caso is that tho
llttlo boy's mothor Is lying danger
ously ill at Baker City hospital,
whero sho has been receiving treat
ment for some time.
Getting Ready to Operate.
Sumptcr, Juno 9. Tho Sumpter
Lumber Company lias succeoded In
floating nil the sawlogs banked on
Oracker creek to the mill site Just
south of town. Tho total amount put
in was over 1,000,000 feet, Tho frame
for tho new mill will soon be up, and
as soon as the logs at tho old plant
aro consumed tho big mill will nio
ready to be operated.
'tup oi inr- m M
m (. rune
Even children drink, .GroIn-6
bccHtiso thoy like nud .tlio doc
tors say it is jjood for them. Why
not?'. It contains aUof.th3nourI$li-,w
went of lie':pure grata iond'Jjono"
of tho poisuns of coffee. "
TRY IT TO-DAY. Lu
Atcroctra every whero; 1J. nnd43. pr pacing.
SPENCER SOON TO DON STRIPE8
Will Probably Work In the Tailor
Edward Spencer, slnyor of Ella
Mundt, Is still In tho county Jail and
may not bo taken to tho penitentiary
nt Walla Walla for anothor weok yot,
says the Spokesman-Review. The
coming on of another criminal term
of court has made tho sheriff's office
short-handed, nnd Sheriff Doust said
yesterday that Spencer would not bo
taken before tho latter part of the
It Is not believed that Spencer will
bo put In tho brick yard or the jute
mill nt the penitentiary. Ho Is not
strong, and his lung, through- which
he shot hlmsolf, gives him moro or
less trouble. It Is sore. His sido also
pains him considerably.
It Is moro than likely that Spencer
will bo assigned to work In the tailor
shop or tho laundry. His experience
as a waiter may gain him n placo In
tho palatial rosldenco of the warden
When John B. Catron was warden of
tho penltontinry, all his house serv
ants wero murderers. He selected
them because, ns a rule, murderers
arc not professional criminals and
arc safer to havo nround n house.
..w "i.. ward wae i.
ng he had a habit ol
"Jess so," "jess SQ l
had said anything that " le
ticularly tunny. 15 P-
Now Mother's Pride is , ,
ny bait's the best S'c
You have only to try it t.
convinced of its merit.
OWL TEA HOUSE
cuijc-h lace in Oregon
YOUR DOLLARS DO DOUBLE DUTY AT
The St. Joe Store
OUR SALE during the past week has been such i
success that we have concluded to continue it ont
week longer. The opportunity we give you to
buy seasonable goods cf the very latest and most up-to
date styles, direct from the world's fashion centers, is very
unusual in Pendleton. In fact it never before happened
prices will be found most interesting.
COME IN AND SEE US
Lyons Mercantile Company
(- " V.I1T3
1 Ilir MtlliTM
The Best Oil Cooktae
Stove Ever Made j
is the automatic bine flame oil j
cooker. It is a boon to tie
housekeeper in hot weather, ail
will boil, bake or roast like i
charm. It burns only a gal
of oil in from sixteen to twenty I
hours, and is the safest, sim
plest, oleanest and .most ecouoi-
ical stove made.
W. J. CLARKE & Co 211 Court Street
I SHIRT WAIST SUITS
There will be a discount of l
on our entire Stock of
Mint Wsinstt Suit
and a still la get
reduction on all oaf
I mi.iu-, ;CaIfr and see oat
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