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DAILY EA3T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON
WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1903.
lake lonK for the public to find out tho
ild for bargains. They have been coming our
Uh-and wb expect to ciraw tuo procession here-
PANVASS SHOES in light and dark grey, nicely lined,
h-mitial counter and box toe which holds the shoe in
finished, ideal hot weather shoe, special
$1.35 and $1.50
j nnVR' SHOES in colt skin, box calf, vici kid. latest
ft . ...i.. Thn nnnd lonkintr se.r v'irpa hl. L-!nH il.o ......
Isanti siyics" o-- . o -- uu
Fs B - c m lrr cnfria value n e
y pay f3 a,lu 'J' 3" ' P'"0"
IjlETTELTON'S Patent Leather Blncher, something swell,
Ijo later or more MJ'iia") icbuii u, :jit:i;iai value ....$)
1ANTEED latent Colt Skin one of the late stylish leath-
ar S5- sici-''
'S 616 DEPARTMENT STORE
Is work at Teutscli'a.
i ice cream, The Delta.
supplies at Neumaus.
I tables $5 and up. Raders.
I horses and sheep. Wade.
; best bread, set Rohrman's.
(;r rent, Inquire of Curls
hil to read tlie Underwood
IraJ In this issue.
h Palm, 221 Court street,
IranJIes and rruits.
d dally, fresh tamales,
; crawfish at Gratrs.
Merent styles of extension
l:a 15 to $30. Rader's.
fcelo," the best cigar made, at
ir store. Court street.
luck ranches In Camas Pra-
to 1,000 acres, Wade.
lli ot Imported and domestic
bad clam chowder at uratz s.
W cljars got the best of you
best of cigars. Hanlon b.
lousiness chances on Main
pi streets Low rents. Wade.
Islth shop In Pcndletou for
;:e Earnhart, Association
i Wow cost ull Kiimmor. mil-
especially patterns. Mrs.
I want vacant lots, come and
I We never quit till we suit
ll-Two reliable, wide-awake
Itraiel for an old established
Itas I,. E. Adels, Pendleton.
a will fm,i no such assort
ing of all kinds as we carry
as always, are tno low-
Castle's for fresh flsu.
$50 given away. See page 4.
Try The Delta's lced drinks.
See Sharp for paper hanging.
lronors wanted at the Domestic
No extra charge for tabulator on
Nice furnished rooms to rent at
308 Court street.
U C rtader about that $50 worth of
utrniture lie is giving away.
Wanted Middle-aged woman for
housework. Apply at this office.
Any one wanting cooks for harvest,
enquire at Martin s grocery store.
92(1 sheets McKlnley music, 10c
each, Catalogue for the asking.
See Charles Lane about your paint
ing and paper hanging; 807 Vincent
For Sale One combined harvester,
second hand, good condition. Address
G. W. Rigby.
Good house, 5 rooms, 2 lots, shade
trees, lawn, east fron:, good location
Highest market price paid for all
kinds of scrap Iron. Rlgby-Clove
Wanted Girl to do general house'
work and have care of baby. Apply
at 315 East Court street.
Estimates given on short notice on
painting and paper hanging. Charles
Lane, the pioneer painter, SOT Vin
Good meat in summer must be
taken care of. That's the kind you
get at Houser's, Alta street, opposite
Trading in "puts" and "calls" un
der our svstem Is very nrofltr lie. We
1 handle grain and stock accounts on
a margin of as low as $20 Oar book
ou "put" and "call" trading sent free
on application. References, Brad
! street. Booge & Co., members or
Chamber of Commerce, 37 Com Ex-
KILLED AT THE
PINGS LotR of cute
irorn 50c to $3.00.
I RINGS in your
FS or combination
j much in wedding rings,
I , , ,want Hiality. Wol ,
ln get It here.
Suit for Divorce and Partition.
The case of Eleonon Payaril vs.
Adalard Pnyard and Hugh Boll is on
little ; trial before the circuit court touay.
It is un action for divorce and parti
tion or land. The plaintiff seeks to
secure a divorce from the first named
defendant, alleging cruelty and unjust
usace as a cause, and from the sec-
' onil she attempts to secure the pos
' session of a tract of land belonging
doesn't 1 to her by grant from the government.
The lnnd was leaned 10 ueii uguniBi
the wish of the plaintiff by the first
named defendant, and the proceeds
are used by him. Halleray & McCourt
are tho attorneys for the plaintiff.
TO and OPTICIAN
A handsome team for driving or
light work; a Studebaker buckboaru
and top. nearly now; double and sin
gle harness; roll top desk and stove.
Write or call at 315 Garden street.
! N. T. Conklln.
P Skin Soap K
'Sltr.SlUt in Vjllllr no
ge, pr pouurt
Mark for rem0,ni, ,,,
Sewing Machine Oil
Root Beer u:,,pir
dolIcto, per nlas
Tno Cvanm "U Nut Dresilns.
JOB lr6Uul 0ur icecream l
aupcrlor iirtlclo lor
Brown's Tree Soap
jK0EpPENfS DRUG STORE
"'"IMVouiMHliiSiti-oot lowmil tlio Court llmi
after coming down town he heard of
the find at the grounds and came to
tho morgue to see If he knew tho
man. He said that the man was a
canvas man. and that lie was one or
the oldest employes ot tho companv,
having served them for the last two
years off and on. He was known as
Happy Hoolihan by the men around
the tents, and was a good-natured and
Supposed to Be From Philadelphia.
Hoolihan was from Philadelphia
originally, Sullivan thought, and
though he was not sure, he thought
that his name was Hlggans. He had
joined the company at Norfolk, Va.,
when they were In their winter quar
ters there last winter, and had been
with them ever since they had been
on the road this summer.
Sullivan had seen the dead man
about 5 o'clock last night, and at that
time he was all right. The man
drank a good deal, biu was not quar
relsome, and had had no enemies as
far as he knew. He was a man who
stood well with all of the people of
tho show, and was known and liked
by the owners. Several times he had
been discharged by different foremen
and had been put to work by the pro
prietors or me snow against the wish
ot the foremen. He was liked by the
actors and actresses and often did
little favors for them, and on that ac-
count was wen liked by them.
Indications of Foul Plav.
Sullivan could not see how the men
who were cleaning tho rounds of the
canvas and the other things that went
to make up tho paraphernalia of the
snow tailed to see tho man when he
was hurt and care for him, and was
of the opinion that he had been dealt
with foully by some one who was
either drunk, or who had a grudge
against him. Hoolihan was a drink
ing man and was slightly under the
lniiuenco of liquor when he was seen
at 5 o'clock, though not enough to be
noticeable, it was almost Impossible
for hlin to have been run over bv
ono of the wagons without the driver
knowing something about It. and he
sides mat there wns usually a man
behind the wagon looking for lost
stakes and things of that sort.
Mrs, Cooper, who Is camping near
the ball giomid, was awakened at 1
o'clock last night by the men taking
the tent down, and heard some man
outside her tent ask "If he was hurt,
or was he dead?" Mrs. Cooper was
very sleepy at the time and paid no
attention to the matter, though when
she owoke this morning and the news
was told to her, she remembeied the
remarks as though they were a
dream. She cannot recall the exact
words ol' the man or men, but re
members them making some remark
or asking some question of the Im
port stated above.
Tho coroner. Dr. W. G. Cole, em
paneled a jury this afternoon at 1:30
o'clock and proceeded to Inquire Into
the cause ot the mans death. Tom
Porter, Homer Campbell, Oil Gibson,
Juller Dunn, John Jordan and J. A.
Ogg were sworn in as jurors and
weie taken to view the body, after
which they begun th examination of
Tied I'enner, the boy who found
he body, told of having s?eii the mm
cn yesterday afternoon ami that he
was sober nt tho time He told of
having found him this morning, and
of having notified the ofllcers, At I
the time of going to press the exam-1
Inatlon Is still proceeding, Sullivan,
who worked lor him, and others be
ing called to tell what they knew of
Dr. Klrby Is conducting the autop
sy, and has found that all or the ribs
on the right side havo been broken,
some of them In as many as three
places. The wound in the right side
was caused by the thlid rib being
forced through the side, and not by
any knife, for there is no wound on (
tlie insiue ot tne caviiy oi me .
Tho abdomen is distended and filled
with blood, but that Is tho result of
the Internal Injuries received when
the wagon ran over the body. The
wagon passed trom the right foot up
along tho right leg and over the right
side of tho body, breaking the shoul
der as It passed off. The chest and
abdomen were badly crushed, and
death was caused from the Injurlos
From tlie indications at this btage
of the investigation, the jury will In
all piobablllty find that the man came
to his death from injuries tecelved by
being run over by one of the wagons
of the company, under circumstances
not to them known.
True Name Was Allen.
Manager Rowe. of the show, was
called up by long distance 'phone
from La Grande, this morning, and
said he had not missed tlie person
supposed to be "Happy Hooligan,"
Jfrom tlie number of employes, at that
time He knew nothing of the occur
rence until notified by the city mar
shal in La Grande, after his arrival
He' said the name of the man called
"Hooligan" with the circus, was C.
R Allen, and that ho had been with
the company at different times for
two years and was a native of Hart
ford, Conn. Aside from his being a
faithful and industrious man, somo
what addicted to drink, he know
nothing of him
It pays to trade at The Peoples Warehouse
July Clearing Sale
Beginning Monday, July 6th, and continuing the entire month, we
make Greatest Slaughter of seasonable merchandise ever attempted
East of the Cascades. We had made great addition to our stock for an
immense Fourth of July trade, doing away with the celebration leaves
us with some kinds of Dry Goods and Clothing that ought to be and
MUST BE SOLD. This is WHY and if you'll come and see for yourself
you'll learn HOW
We are headquarters In small
wares Our July Clearing prices in
this department will be:
Needles, per card of 32. 1 onny.
Pins, per paper of 2S0, penny.
Nursery pins, per card ot 12, 1
Hair pins, per package ot ,
Hooks and eyes black and white
per card, 1 penny.
Baby ribbons all sill; and all oil
ers, per yard, 1 penny.
Elastic, good quality, per yard, 3
Ladles' sldo combs, per pair, 5 cents.
Tooth brushes, each, Scents.
Dress shields, per pair, 5 cents.
Dressing combs, 3 .-ems.
Shell hair pins, per dozen, 5 tout?.
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
33 1-3 per cent off on laces and em
broideries and on such laces as wo
foil by tho bolt or dozen yards. Our
July Sale Price will 1k one-half for
PARASOLS AND UMBRELLAS
Ranging in value from 50c to $12.
Swell styles and choice materials on
which, during this sale wo will make
a discount of 20 per cent nud upwards.
21- lncl. Black Satin Duchess, vegu
lar $1,00, clearing price, 55c.
25-luch Black Satin Duchess, regn
lar $1.50, clearing price S5e.
22- inch Black Satin Duchess, rcgn
lar $1 75, clearing price $1.10.
23- Inch Black Satin Duchess, regth
Inr $2.25. clearing price $1.50.
20-Inch India Wash Silk, all ioIoib,
regular 35c, clearing price 22c.
24-inch India Wash Silk, all colors,
regular 50c, clearing price, 34c.
20-Inch Crystal Silks for wa!tn and
dress"s, regular 50c, clearing price
20-Inch Black Peau do Sole, best
quality, regular $1.25, clearing price
All this seasons goods and tho
very latest shades and color arrange
ments a discount of 25 per cent will
lie made on all fancy neck noboiiH,
SUMMER GLOVES AND MITTS
We cannot go Into details about
this stock, but will simply say our
July Clearing prices will be such
that what we have left will not last
HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR
These are summer gootls and rath
er than carry over any part of (hem,
c shall cut pikes on tho entire Hue.
if fast color hose, indies' or child-
ren s, 4c.
10c fast color hose, ladles' or child
12'ic last color hose, ladles' or child
15c fast color hose, ladles' or child
20e last color hose, ladles' or child
25c last color hose, ladles' or child
35c fast color hoso, ladles' or child
B0p fast color hoso, ladles' or child
5c kind ladles', misses' or children's,
10c kind ladles', misses' or child
12V4c kind ladles', misses' or child
20e kind ladies', misses' or child
ren's. 12' Ac.
25c kind ladles', mlses" or child
35c kind ladles', misses or child
50c hind ladles', misses' or child
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS, TOWELS
You all know tho Peoples Ware
house, hns tho best assortment nnd
largest stock or this lino of mcrchan
dlse. Tho goods nro all now and
fresh. Buying theso goods from tho
factory, our prices are always low,
but during this sale they will bo cut
After a very successful season our
stock has been broken up, and wo
find on hand many odd pairs. Our
July Clearing Sale price on what Is
left will bo:
No. 272 Ecru, regular 50c, clearing
No. 701 Kcru, regular (15c, clearing
No. SS40 Ecru, regular $1.75, clear
ing price, $1.10.
No. O.'Sfi Ecru, regular $2.25, clear
ing price, $1.05,
No. 4703 Ecru, regular $3.75, clear
ing price, $1.08.
No. 5103 Ecru, regular $0.50, clear
ing price. $3.75.
No. 0071 White, regular 75c, clearing
No, 29SS White, regular $2.25, clear
ing price. $1.(15.
No. 1503 White, regular
Ing price. $3.40.
No, S304 Whlto, regular
lug price, $3.75,
It will pay you to look- this list
over i-arefnlly W. C. C, Straight
Kronl coiRotH In white, drab nnd
No. 418 W. C. C. straight front, reg
ular $1.25, clearing prlco 85c.
No. 133 W. C. C. straight rront, reg
ular $1.25, clearing price, 85c.
No, 057-W O. O. straight front, rog
ulnr $1.50, clearing price $110.
No. 550 W. C. C, straight front, reg
ular $1,50, clearing prlco $1.20.
No. 55S W. C. C. straight front, reg
ular $1.75, clearing prlco $1.25.
No. 551 W. C. C. stralRht front, reg
ular $1.60, clearing prlco $LiO.
No. 572 W. C. C. straight front, reg
ular $2.00, clearing price $l,f0.
One lot of odd corsets, 75c to $1.59
values, nt 39c.
Ono lot of odd corsets, $1.00 to $3.M
These are special bargains,
and you cannot afford to
SUMMER WASH FABRICS
30 and 30-Inch Percales, dark and
light colors, were 8c and 10c per
yard, clearing price. Be.
3fl-liieh Percale, light colors, extra
heavy, were lfic, July clearing prlco
27-Inch Gingham that other stores sell
at "e or 8c, our July clearing price,
CALICO All tho latest pattorns; no"
old styles: at other stores Co and 7c,
July clearing price, 4c.
Imported Scotch Zephyr Ginghams;
beautiful styles, were 25c, July
clearing prlco, lfl 2-3p.
27-luch French Gingham In stripes
nnd checks, In nil desirable colors,
10c; July clearing prlco, fi'4c,
32-tncli Duck, homespun; for outing
skirts nud shirt-waists suits; worth
12Hi, July clearing prlco, Sc.
30-Inch red nnd whlto twisted Skirt,
lug; absolutely fast color, wortU
25c, July clearing price, lie.
SUMMER FABRICS IN WHITE
In any Imaginable weave, reductions
nro trom 10 per cent to B0 per cent,
which means that some goods will
bo sold at ONE HALF PRICE.
This refers to such goods ns NA1N'
SOOKS, DIMITIES. MARSEILLES,
MERCERIZED OXKORDS In DA
MASK PATTERNS nnd BASKET
..CLOTH WEAVE; oxnetly the cor
rect tiling for SHIRT WAISTS,
MUSLINS AND SHEETINGS
There Is scarcely a tlmo In tho year
when n HOUSEKEEPER Is not more
or less In need of mime or one of tho
above useful articles, So If you aro
Interested in tho AL.MIGHT DOL
LAR, whether from the slnmliMiInt of
earning or Bavlng, you will bo pleas
ed with the prices inndo on tho differ
ent things embiaced In this Hue.
30-Inch Unbleached Muslin, such as Is
usually sold at II to 10 yards for
$1,00, will go at our JULY CLEAR
ING SALE for Bo, or 20 yards for
Tho quality of Blenched .Muslin usual
ly sold at7c, will go at our JULY
CLEARING HALE for Be per yard.
Theso aro but examples of the many
splendid values to be offered during
our JULY CLEARING SALE,
i THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE 1
A PECULIAR PEST.
Porcupine Doing Great Damage to
Porcupines are destroying M. N.
Bouham's fruit trees on his ranch
south of town, says tho Umg Creek
Light. Mr. Bonlinm lias anout 25
young trees that are healing nicely
nnd has discovered that the porcu
pines aro raising havoc with them by .
climbing the trees, cutting off tlie
fruit and tender twigs and bieaklug)
off lots of the larger limbs. Mr. Bon-;
limn has devised a scheme to keep
these destructive little animals out of
the trees by placing Joints of stove1
pipe around the tree at tlie ground
This Is said to be working satisfac
torily as the porcupines aie unable
to penetrate the tovo pipe with their 1
claws and therefore, cannot climb
tlie trees. I
Hot Lake Bath Houses Finished.
Guests will plcaso secure rooms In
advance. Rates: Board and room,
$10 to $15 per week. Baths, $1.50 per
week. Tho now bath housu Is now
Pairs of New
If you are troubled vith Impure
blood, Indicated by torns, pimples.
headache, etc., wo would recommend 1
Acker's Blood Elixir, which we sell
under a positive guarantee. It will
always euro Scrofulous or Syphilitic '
poisons and all blood diseases. 50 ots
and $1-00. P. W. Schmidt & Co,, 1
Young man," Mi.i Hie wealthy Mi'
Pompus, "you ssk for my daughtei f .
hand. What expe-;' itlons have you?" j
"Why." replied tin youiij man in a
somewhat surprised tone. "I expect 1o
get what I'm asking 1o:" P'nla'lel
Do you want lo ssetai?
Glad to show lliem
Of 1,000 persons, only ono reaches , A I
100 years or lite; of every 100 Af fM VtAfO
reach the age of C5, and one In CO" 1 DUSl I Ull OIUIB
lives fcO years. mmmwmmmmu wbwbw
THE NOLF STORE
Virginia Peanut Hquaios,
Muplo Cream Dates,
Iced Molasses Chips,
Italian Chestnut Cream,
Krench Honey Nougat,
Daisy Cream Strawberries,
Ceylon Coco Squares,
Chocolate Honey Nougat,
XXXX Mint Lozenges.
This Is a partial list of now goods
Just received. Halo prlco lEc to 29c
Crescent and Rambler wheols tb
most popular wheels $18.50 to $10.
We chargo only $2.50 for the Mor
row Coaster Brake,
THE NOLF STORE
I hut wc givu special attention to
ordtis for fancy ICE CREAM
C. R. DUTTON'S