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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1W.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
Tidies, misses' men's, boys'
and little gents' Oxfords. Groat
values at bargnln prices.
Men's canvas shoes, the shoe
for hot summer 'weather, $1.25,
$1.G0 aud a Goodyear welt at
$2.50. Keep your foot cool and
Big Odd aud End Sale still in
son & Company
'Phone, Mais i iSi
LOST HIS PARENTS
MASCOTT OF PHILIPPINE
II, J. lllHKV, IU opuhauir, in n
! .Ifv tnitnv.
CAMPAIGN IN THE CITY. R T Ro()th ()f 1M CUv ,g thc
I guest of the Pendleton.
Younn Boy Ran Away From Home In i J- A. Baker, of Mcacham, Is In the
cltv transacting buslncs.
Kentucky to Go to War-Lost ( j, J(lm jnox nni, fnmIv aro vs.
Hearing From Gunshot Wound Re- it 'n c; friends In the city.
th. iir,uH ctn.c tn cinri ! D. II. nichnrtlson. or Helix, is
His Parents Gone
ing for Them.
-Is Now Search-
the city transacting business,
Mrs. M. E. Hill, of Pilot Rock, is
ln the city no guest of friends
IV T Prntwlnl nf T n flrntiilo Is In
a iu, uiiiiuiviui uuuui iv ti,.. Pty for a short business visit,
age, totally deaf and bearing scars in i ,. . ,. , ,,
evidence of his record, arrived In the ... ' ' ' ' m
IWLII tl lit UHIIVII t.b..,ll W , .........
city this morning. In search of his
CHARGED WITH FORGERY.
parents, whom he left in Kentucky r. and Mrs. E. C. Llnter. of Cres
at the beginning of the Spanish war. ton. Wash., aro In the city the guests
He has prepared the following ac-, of trieiuis.
count of his career, which Is borne1 Mrs. A. E. Corhett and family, of
out by sufficient proofs, to warrant HuntM-.lle, are the guests of Pemllc
beliof. His parents hearing of his ton friends.
death in the Philippines, had moved : Mp nn,i Mrs. Doug Celts and fnm
away from the former home and he v ()f Pllot nock. are In the city for
has no possible means of tracing .owt visit
N. J. Sorensen, the mining man ot
Sumpter. was the guest of the Pen
Miss Ethel Johnson Is the guest of
friends in Portland, nnd at the sea
side for the summer months.
Mrs. R. S. Ilryson left this morning
them, except to search the country
over personally and advertise for
them as best he can.
The following statement, written
by him, has been published In several
"I was born In Mnysville. Ky., Jan
uary 20, 1SS7, remained at home until
July 14, 1SBS, when I ran away and i for Eugene, where she will vlsu with
tried to go to war as a mascot; but her mother, Mrs. Mnry Griffin, for
they would not let him. I some time.
"I went to Ottawa, Kan., and re-1 George H. Sutherland, of Walla
ninlned there until Company K, 20th walla. s i thc city to look nfter the
uueo biuiivu iur ouu ,vorit on the sewer for which he has
Paroled From Washington Penitent!- fllcn ,,et me ,s that th contract.
. . , j, . , fnr, then they stowed me In the hull , T ..ii
ary and Again a Candidate. of 'thc h, nm, September wo Js, D "
F. W. Parker was arrested at Mil- started for Manila. ! ' or,lall(l- "'"-re
ton last night charged with the forg
ery of a note at Wnlla "Walla. Parker
was convicted some time ago of a
forgery and was sentenced to the
penitentiary at Walla Walla, but
loft this morning for
ire he will he one of
.1.- . i . . . .. . . . .......it .. r
"Our Jlrst battle was at Caloocan. " ,imn
where I was wounded in the right I 111 K0,lmui-
side, while nfter water. Our next j John Knight, a mining man of this
battle was at Mololas, and again I city, left this morning for Ashwood,
was wounded In the right arm and Crook county, where He Is Interested
FIVE MEN ATTENDING
CAMP FROM PENDLETON.
L. B. Reeder Will Retire From Offico
of Great Sachem and Will Be Chosen
Great Prophet State Council Will
Elect Delegates to National Council.
Thomas Fltz Gerald will leave Mon
day Tor Oregon City to attend Iho
meeting of the Great Council of tlio
Red Men. which convenes nt that
place on Tuesday morning ami con
tinues over Wednesday.
There are four delegates from this
cltv not counting U It. Iteeder. tlio
great saeheni of the stuto. All of the
delegates are now either nt Oregon
City or near there, Roy Ritner having
gone tliero several days ago; Gus
Slangier is with his family at the sea
side; James Devlin left this morn
ing, ns did Mr. Reeder.
Mr Reeder will retire from tho po
sition of great sachem at this moot
ing, and according to tho custom of
the order will be elected to tlio stump
or great prophet of the state. That
will bo the highest office In the state,
and the one which is hold by those
who have gone through all of the
chairs or stumps.
At tills time the council will elect
a delegate to represent tho state In
the Great Council of the National Or
der, which meets nt Atlantic City,
X. J., some time during tlio month ot
mi,n .11..r,itlnn fwitll tills f'ltV Will
I lilt UVIV ....... v
I attempt to secure one ot tho stnto of
fices for this place at mo coming
mooting, having for some time had
n representation In the state council
through the intercession of friends, went to the hospital. Had just got- in some mines.
was paroled by the governor not over
a week ago. Thursday or Friday he
forged a check on A. H. Harris, of
"Walla Walla, for $40, and slipped
away to Milton. There he was warn
ed by some one from Walla Walla
that he was wanted by the police, and
attempted to get away, but was
caught before he had loft the town.
He will be taken to Wnlla Walla,
where he will have his examination.
Visitors From Long Island.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Detts, of He
lix, came to the city this week to
await tho arrival of "a sister and two
aunts from Mattatuck, L. I., Miss Mi
riam Glldersleeve, Mrs. A. Gilder
sleeve and Mrs. C. Carleton, who ar
rived safely Wednesday, xhey were
conducted to the home of Mrs. A. F.
May and later, after being shown
around the city, loft for the home of
Mrs. Belts, at Helix.
,,f n Z ordered to; A L SwaBcart ,las returned from
t t Li P(!la5 rIVCr; whore trip to Bingham Springs, where he
we destroyed two towns and many , weut' wlth famIIy' t0 lnsta thcm
"When we advanced on Malabon. ' for tl,c SUmmer
the Philippine capital, I was wound-; X. T. Conklln, who has been en
ed again in the left limb, above the paged in the real CFtnto business In
knee and twice ln the right limb be- this city for some time, has sold out
low the knee, and my right kneecap , his business and will go to Callfor-
was broken by a Mauser ball.
"On May 4 we advanced on San '
Fernando, but the battle was fought '
the 3d, and we wore too late, and I
was In several othor battles, but I
was not again wounded. j
"The company was ordered home i
T-,. ... 1 n . I. 1 t 1 i j . i. !
J. M. Church, of La Grande, passed
i'u-vp the O. H. & X. last night, en
rouw to Portland, to attend an ad
wtiniod meeting of the Lewis and
Clark Fair board.
Rabbi Stephen P. Wise, of Port-
An informal dance was given last
Wednesday evening ln the tent on
Haley's Island, by a number of the
young people of the city. The music
wes furnished by the Chicago Mando
lin Club, and a very enjoyable even
ing was the result.
J 1 T f - ... t .. T . , ,
. . .. . , ill.
How to Prevent
The spread of infection and
X contagious diseases is a mat-
ter m which all are Interested.
J ln order that our customers
may have tt. most modern
method of disinfection, as well
as the safest, simplest and
most reliable, we have added
J to our already complete drug
stock a One lino of
the Xlnth Infantry, Company C, un-, land, was a passenger on last night's
der Captain Couners, and went with train en route liume from Boise,
him to China, where I was ln only two 1 whore he conducted the funeral of
battles, at Teln Tsin and Pekln.
"In Teln Tsin I was wounded in
SCRAPPED THIS AFTERNOON.
the late Nathan Falls.
. C. Chandler has returned to his
. l i .. r. i . i i . . i . i . . I
on i i i. i t . . . . ""J I'ome at McMinnvllle. after a visit nt
iJh f St ?L, aTlnS m"1 ' tlie l'me "I nov. It. W. King, ot this
speech by a bal entering my chin M chandler is tho secretary
and coming out behind my left ear. of th 0 Firo nelIef Ass0ciation
was also ln the massacre of Samar ; , McMnnvie aml. was hert. to nt.
Is and. when my company was attack-; tond t of th llUercstR of tno
ed on September 27, 1901. and I os-' .,,.
o.,.l .!!, n.. . . ,l"M'J
.tl;u jii ii i u uuiu bum kj luium
home to find that ray parents, upon
hearing I was killed had moved and
left no trace behind them. I am now
searching for them. Being a mascot,
and not on the pay roll, I cannot got
"FRED L. HOWE, JR."
FISHING BY PROXY.
Magnificent Trout Are to Be Had at
Judge J. J. Halloray has returned
from a visit to Bingham Springs,
where he went during tho recent hot
weather. While gone the judge in-
Bio Cron of Huckleberries
1 Ben Wells, a rancher from the head afsei )nth?, Vilmo of chasing the
?J 'of Beaver Creek, is in tho cltv for a b' B imui, imt no urn u
Besides being an ideal sick- ?
room disinfectant, it Is un-
equalled in fleas. Insects of all
kinds, etc. Sea them ln our
window and come In and let
us tell you more about It.
visit vi-ith frion.ii Mr viio lo fmm In a novel and convenient way. He
the huckleberry belt of the county. 1 ?ont hii? n?,st out, witn a IInc- n ha
and has brought with mm several 1ot .nnd, aU ?r tho necessary imple-five-gallon
cans of berries, which he m,onts, ot wworc nnd when he return
has put in the cold storage plant to . e,(l Iad?n with V10 ano'Is,of tho cha,so
await the arrival of his wife, who tho judge levied an attachment ou tho
will reach Pendleton tuis evening. ,
bnsket nnd Its contents.
Mrs Wnlla Is thn nhnmnlnn l,nnl.-lo. i IH18 Way 110 CaUglll SOniO UCail-
berry cannor of the county, and will raging from one foot to two
can the berries for winter use. Tho : f00 'n length, and some of them
mountains nround the head or Beaver wp'Kh'nB as much as 10 pounds,
are loaded with tho berries this year, I However none of tho record-breakers
... ...... . rnnnhmi t!i!K rtrv IhnnK-K tn llu, nn.
which are ripening so rapidly that
they cannot ho saved.
TALLMAN &- C
Gone to Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Reeder and lit
tle daughter loft this morning for
Portland, where Mr. Reeder goes to
attond the meeting of tho great coun
cil of the Redmeu In his capacity as
great sachem. The party was nc-
reachei' this city, thanks to the ap
petite nnd tho modesty of mo legal
DEATH OF MRS. FRANK JORDAN.
4.H--r--H--i--J--i--:'i-.':--K-'r-f-I' 'heir home at Tacoma.
Was Afflicted With Consumption and
Was a Native of mis Vicinity.
Word was received In the city this
afternoon that Mrs Frank Jordan
J I compar.led by Mr. Reader's mother, ' Ug1 this morning nt the family home,
Mrs. E. K. Reeder, and his sister, nine nines aontn of J'llot Rod;, on
f1 Mrs. Elmer Croasley, both of Taco- Birch creek. Mrs. Jordan has beon
ma The ladles will go to Portland sick for a long time with consump-
t for a short visit before returning to tlon. and the end was not unexpected
i llmln Hnn.r n rPnnn.. , ( n tha tnAmlinM nf flic fn,nllt'
"NOT GOOD NOT HERE."
FfosIi Every Day
GRAPE FRUIT, A
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
"Not GoikI Not Hi'rc"
to the members of the family
Mrs. Jordan is one of tho pioneers
of the county, having lived all ot hor
' life in this part of the state.
Tho funeral will be held at Pllot
Hock tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock
and tbe burial will lie mane at tho
Olncy cometery at tills city in the
afternoon, between 0 and 7 o'clock.
Tho services will be conducted by
Kov. Robert Warren, of thc Methodist
Rinqllng . Erof. World's Greatest
Show at Walla Vallst, August 13.
For the above occasion the O. R. &
X. Co. offer a reduced rate of $1.80
for the r.jiu d trip. Tickots on salo
august 13, good until August 14th re
turning. For further particulars, call
ou or address F. F. Wanwley, agont.
Annual Convention Imperial Order
Pedmon, Oregon City, Ore., July 20
30. For the above occasion the O. R. &
N. makes i rato of one nnd a third
faro on the certificate plan (o Port
land. For full particulars, call an or
address P. F. Wnmsley, agent.
Bad Blood, a Fist Fight and a Gun
Play Between Ward and McClure.
Ralph Ward and Robert McClure,
two well-known men of this city,
came to blows this aftornoou on tho
corner of Main and Alia streets by
ihc side of tho Tallman drug store,
ami before they could lie pulled apart
blood was ipllled and a gun wub
It seems that there hns been bad
blood between thc two men for some
time, and this afternoon, when they
came together, tho old feud broko out
afresh. The men first started Into n
list fight, but McClure started to draw
his gun. Ward got hold of McCluro's
hand, and before the man could got
loose to uso the weapon tlio crowd
anil u couple of policemen hnd pull
ed the men apart and disarmed Mc
Clure. Both ot the men wore taken to tho
recorder's court and given nn Immedi
ate trial. Ward pleaded guilty to dis
orderly conduct and was fined $10.
which he paid. McClure had two
charges to face, one of disorderly con
duct and the other of carrying con
cealed weapons. Ho was fined $10
for the first offense nnd $20 for the
McClure paid his fine and was re
leased. The trouble has been brew
ing for a year, and it is thought to bo
not yet finished.
Mrs. Moule Entertains.
On Thursday ovonlng Inst Mrs. M.
E. Moulo entortalncd a few friends
at tho homo of Mrs. Ross Dickson, ln
honor of iter friend, Miss Sherwood,
of North Yakima, who has boon tho
guest or Mrs. Moulo during tho past
week. Miss Shorwood loft Friday
morning for Spokane, whero sho will
visit tho romalmler ot tho summer.
Tho lady has Just roturnod from
Denver, whero sho has beon In at
tendance on tho nntlonal convention
of tlio Chrlstlnn Endeavor Sociotles
of tho United States.
During tho hot wenthor you can
save your wlfo tho misery ot cook
ing over tho hot stovo by going to
tho Merchants' Cnfo (formerly tho
Mnzoppn) and getting a hot lunch for
15c, between 11:30 and 2 p. ra.
Methodist Episcopal Church Sun
day school, 10 n. m.. A. J. Owon, su
perintendent; preaching, 11 a. m.;
class meeting, 12:15 p. m., Rov. G. W.
Rlgby, leader; children's meeting 4 p.
m.; Epworth Lcnguo, 7 p. m.; sermon
8 p. in. A cordial Invitation to all
these services. Robort Warner, pas- j
Wle lball p!a J
,n ,,,e field J
no "ewer. It i, calUi
r Afternoon Tea it t.
Won that they ate ,1
l'w Ut peculiar, J
that makes one 1
and dream they can u8J
Have you tried It?
Tickets for st, LouiJ
Big Special Sal
bill eS f
SATURDAY and MONDAY we will ive all KlroVe I
natrons 20 lbs. Granulated Sujrar for S1.00. iomin
Excellent Publication Now Ready for
The souvenir of the Pendleton vol
untoor lire companies, eu.ied and ar
ranged by W. A. Gllniore, Is now be
ing Issued from tho press of tno East
Tho souvenir is a handsome book
let of CO pngOB. elegantly bound, con
taining half-tone cuts of all the mem
bers of the Pendleton lire companies
and other prominent citizens, besides
viowh of Pendleton nnd attractive nd
vertlsomentB of nlmost every business
institution In the city.
The subject matter of tho book
was prepared by Mr. Gllmoro, assist
ed by tho onicers of the volunteer
companies, nnd would bo a credit to
towns larger nnd more metropolitan,
if possible, thnn Pendleton. Mr. Gn
more has spared no pains to maUo
his publication attractive and up-to-date,
and thnt he has succeeded, his
labors bear splendid evidence
20 1 DISCOUNT
On 3 Coat Enamaled Ware. 5 Year
Guarantee. See oar Granite Ware
e of i
W . J. CLARKE &L Co. 211 Court Stri
This Sale is to clean up all Summer Shi
waists and all Cotton Goods
JS TriE PURE
The coSoc iiublt I i quickly over,
come by those who let Groiii-0
take its place. If properly made
it tastes like the beit of coffee. No
jrrain coffee compares with it in
flavor or hoalthfulnii.
try :t to-day.
;tocn erarrwlMn) : tst. miU 231. p rookie.
( cornlorlnlilo tnnmt from 3t
ctiiu ui. Ki-wly liiinllil
thrcuiihout Queun chop limine
In itiimti tl n. MchIi nt all
Iouh. Only while help em
pU'jcd. Olvo u a trial. -.-
$fl WsinS11 Sale Price -
$2 Wantt0 SaIc Price '
?5( Wantt0 Sale price
BSC Fancy BBCt Sale price -
Pillow Cases. lar.e si.e, 3 for 25
25c Cwtainiig: ii WMte, Sale price I
Call and seethe prices on
BIG BOSTON STORE