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DAILY EAST ORE QONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1903.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
I.iulles, misses' men's, lioys'
and little gents' Oxfords. Oreat
values at bargain prices.
Meu's canvas shoes, the shoo
for hot summer weather, $1.25,
$1.50 anil n Goodyear wolt at
$2.50. Keep your feet cool and
Big Odd and End Sale still In
son & Company
'Phone, Main ijSi
10 STORY BRICK
ON THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF WEBB AND COTTONWOOD
Structure Will Be Built by Rudolph
Martin and Occupied by a Bakery,
General Store and Steam Laundry
Second Floor Will Be a Rooming
LAYING OUT NEW TOWN.
Sumpter Valley Railway Starts An
other Village in the Blue Moun.
Sumpter, July 21). Joseph West,
chief engineer of the Sumpter Valley
Hallway Company, accompanied by a
crew of men, passed through this
city yesterday evening, en route to
Summit, a now town site, at the
present terminus of the road, and
will survey the site and prepaie to
put It on the market at once.
Summit Is nine miles south of
Whitney, which has been the termi
nus before this season's work com
pleted nine miles more track into tho
timber bolt It is the intention of the
company to continue the road. In
definitely, into the interior of Grant
county, as fast as the business will
justify. At present the company is
making surveys between Summit and
Prairie City, and next year will wit
ness a much longer extension than
i Merchants' Lunch.
During1 the hot weather you can
save your wife the misery of cook
Jng over the hot stove by going to
the Merchants' Cafe (formerly the
Wazoppa) and gottlne a hot, lunch tor
16c, betweon 11:30 and 2 p. m.
- Deputy Game Warden.
" A. V. Nye was appointed a specltll
deputy sheriff this afternoon ly
Sheriff T. D. Taylor. Mr. Nye is
Invested with the authority, of an of
ficer on account of the requirements
of his new office as deputy game
Rudolph Martin has decided to re
build on tne property east of the Hast
Oregonlnn olllce, recently occupied
by the laundry and othur buildings
destroyed by lire. Ho will put up a
two-story brick at least 50x1)0 feet,
mul If he can get the lot back of his
property will extend till the dimen
sions of the building will bo 50x100
The structure will cost from $11,000
to $12,000. nnd will bo modern In nil
things. In part of the building Mr.
.Martin will put a bakery, and anothar
portion Is desired by pnrtles who wish
to install a now laundry.
Tho upper part of tho building will
Ix? fitted up ns a rooming house, and
will be the best In iho city, from the
fact that all of the rooms will be on
tlie outside of the building, and the
dark rooms will be done away wltn.
There will be no building on tho west
side of the place more than one story
high, and as the property Is on the
corner It will be seen that all of the
upper Hour will be able to have out
side windows. It Is the intention of
the owner to finish the Interior In as
modern and elegant stylo ns can be.
and with nil of those advantages he
hopes to have a good Investment
Bids have been advertised for tind
the work will be commenced as soon
as brick can bo secured. Owing to
the famine now on In the city In the
brick line. It Is not unlikely tha: the
actual construction of the building
will be delayed until spring, but It
will be then pushed all the faster,
and Pendleton will soon have another
fine business block. However, If it Is
possible to secure the material, tne
work will be pushed ahead from now
on and the structure will be complet
ed by fall or winter.
ground to draw from It would yield
more wntor. Accordingly, two 10
Inch pipes will bo laid to tho east
ward and at tho end of tiie pipes tho
main line will be branched nnd will
Mwl in anvurnt nliicst lmvlne nerfornt-
j ed ends. The plpo will be sunk clour
' to tho bedrock, and In thiB way is
. expected to bo below tho water level
so thnt at all seasons of the year It
I will be able to draw water for tho
, Hy the now arrangement It is ox
' pected that the woll will bo full the
'iynv rnttinl tuiil Mint there will never
bo any further necessity for the use
of the fire engine during tho dry
FREE VACATION. CONTEST,
Miss Haller, of the Boston Store, De
clines to Continue In the Contest.
Series "H" In the Kast Oregonlnn
free vacation contest coupons was
voted at noon todny, Miss Hnller. of
the Boston Store, has requested that
iter mime be withdrawn from the con
test. The remaining contestnnts nre
In the field to win this vacation at
The lireakors, ami all show encour
aging Increase In their strength.
Series "C" will be voted nt noon
Saturday Following1 Is the list of
contestants and the total vote, cast
up to noon today:
Etlle Jean Frazlcr, People's Ware
house, 2t0; Hessle Hulse, Fair Store,
70; Dora Myrick. St. Joe Store, 22;
Ruby Whlttemoro, The Delta, 21; An
nie Kennedy, I.ee Teutsch Dopart
nimit Store, 20; .Miss Newipilst, Tne
Fair Store. 0.
LOUIE MONTERASTELLI DEAD.
I How to Prevent s
J Tho spread of infection nnd
3. contagious diseases Is a mat
's" ter In which all are Interested.
J In order that our customers
Jmay have tin most modern
method of disinfection, ns well
4. as the safest, simplest and
most reliable, we have added
X to our already complete drug
i stock a fine line of
4, Besides being an Ideal sick-
2 room disinfectant, tt Is un
it equalled In fleas, insects of all
I kinds, etc. See them in our
window and come In and let
X Us toll you more ubout it.
The End Came In Portland This Morn
ing, Very Unexpectedly.
Louis Momerastelll died at tho
hospital In Portland this morning
suddenly. Mr. Monterastelli has been
afflicted with a slight gathering back
of his ear nnd hud doctored for it for
some tirau with physicians here and
at Walla Walla. Not receiving nny
benofit, ho went to Portland, where
he consulted a specialist and was, ad
vlsuil ID Submit in an opdrntluti, whlt'li
he did Monday morning last. At hat
lime he wrote his wife In tills city
u letter, saying that he had under
gone an operation and would soon
be well. Since that time he has been
reported as doing well, nnd nothing
serious was thought of the matter un
til the news of his death reached the
city this morning.
The deceased was 35 years of age in
March last and was horn in Italy.
He came to this country and located
at Portland, whore he went to work
at his trade of a stone cutter. About
two years ago he came to this city
and opened the marble works on
Main street, where he has remained
in business since.
Mr, Monterastolll was married In
Portland just seven years ago today,
and five children are left as the Irult
of the union. One brother, Laurence,
and a cousin Sylvestro Perfettl. are
all of the relatives In this country
that Mr. .Monterastelli has, though
his parents survive him In tho land
of his birth.
The deceased was a Woodman, and
the funeral will be conducted by them
In part. Arrangements will not bo
made until tho arrival of the body,
which is now on Its way here accom
panied by the brother.
AT MAIN Ai ALIA
BUSINESS HOUSE HAVING
SEVENTY-FIVE FOOT FRONT
Will Stand Where Now Is "the
Wooden Row" on the Southeast
Corner Will Be Two Stories High,
of Brick and Modern In Every Respect,
NEW WATER SUPPLY.
Ingenious Device for Replenishing
the City Wells.
The water company has a forco of
men at work digging a couple of now
trenches near tho city woll, for the
purpose of putting In two now In
take pipes For some tlmo tho water
ha- heen pet'liie lower, and it was
df elded that if the woll had more
"NOT GOOD NOT HERE."
Fresli Ewpy Hay
STRAWBERRIES, 8 SWEET CORN,
WATERMELONS, A TOMATOES,
MU8KMELON3, h CUCUMBF.R8, 8
GRAPE FRUIT, A STRING BEANS,
ORANGES, J) GREEN ONIONS, -5
LEMONS, T) BEETS, 2
BANANAS, o TURNIPS,
PEACHES, v RADI8HE8,
RASPBERRIES, y CARROTS, o
BLACKEERRIES, H W-TTUCti, a
PINEAPPLE8, 1 CABCAGE,
GRAPES, N GREEN PEA8,
APRICOTS, U CAULIFLOWER.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
"Jiot Guild Not I lure"
G. N. Smith, of Tehoa. is in the city
on a short business visit.
S. W. Spencer, of Hoppner, was n
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
W. C. Minnis visited his wood
camps at Aleachain yesterday.
Rev. It. J. Diven and family left
this morning for Long Reach.
Rev. John Warren returned from
Walla Walla this afternoon.
Fred l.nckley returned from Sump
ter and Raker City this morning.
A. S. Pearson, of Freewater, was a
visitor in Pendleton yesterday on
John F. Robinson, of Pilot Hock,
was a visitor of Pendleton friends
E. Ricnardson. of Hollx, is In the
city today on a trip In tho Interests
of his business there.
James Crawford, wife and daughter
loft this morning for n month's vaca
tion at Long Beach,
George H. Sutherland, of Walla j
Walla, is in the city on business con-1
uected with tho sewer. '
Miss Ttitby Wlilttonioru loft this I
morning for Long Beach, where ln
will spend the summer.
.Miss Myrtle Smith left this mornlnjr,
for Newport, where she will be the
guest of friends for a time.
.Martin Fletcher, one of the W. & j
C. R. conductors. Is In tho city to
day for a visit with friends.
G. W. Schrimsher, of Weston, is
visiting friends nnd transacting busi
ness in tlie city for a short time.
H. P. Rolf, the engineer in charge
of tlie construction work of the W. &
C. It., Is in the city 011 a business
Jesse Learn, of Prescott, Wusli.,
and an old-time resident of this city,
Is here for a few days' visit with
Hugh McLean, one of the farming
men of Athena, was in tho city yes
terday for n short visit with friends
and on business.
Mrs. W. H. Cady arrived lust eve
nlng from Portland nnd will make
Pendleton her homo for tho next few
months. Mr. Cady. Is connected with
the Shields' Park.
It. Lord and wife, of Falrfux. Iowa,
aro at the Pendleton on their way
homo. Mr. and Mrs. Lord have been
visiting friends in the mountains and
at the springs for some time.
M. J. Buckloy and J. D. Muthiison,
of La Grando, tho division superin
tendent and tho traveling engineer,
respectively, of tho O. It. & N nre
in tho city on their regular round of
C. W. Nlbloy and M. L. Cuuso)
two nf the nroinlnent lient Hiiinr fur
j tory owners of La Grando. passe'l
j through last ovonlng to North Yak
ma. where a sugar factory will I
built In the near future.
I Mrs. It. Alexander loft this morn .
Ing for Newport, whore tiho Will be
the guest of Mr. nnu .Mrs. W. C. Twoo
! dnl, at their summer cottage for tho
i seaside season. Mr. Alexander will 1
, join his wlfo in a week or two f .1
! tho remainder of the summer.
Thanks to the nrhltrntltm of Con
rad Platzoeder anil tlie mystic Inllu
oni'os of tho dice box, Pendleton Is
soon to have unotlior brick building,
and It Is said, 0110 of tho finest In
It will bo renionihored that for
some time Joe Ilaslor and J0..11
Schmidt have been arguing over the
salo of the property on Mnln street
upon which both wanted to build a
business block. Hut both of the men
wnnted to buy and neither to fell.
At last Conrad PlnUoodor got tho
111011 to sot n price on their land and
asked them In settle tho matter by
chance, but the men bucked out at
the last minute ami It was thought
that the matter was over and done
But Conrad's mind wns busy, and
after much porsunBlon he got the
principals together last night nnd the
matter was talked over. At last
Schmidt offered $12,S00 for tho place
and this was $50 less than tho price
wanted by Ilnsler. Both of the men
stuck here, hut the arbiter at last
got them to shake dice for the result.
If llasler lost he was to sell, and If
he won Schmidt was to put up the
$50. Ilaslor lost and according to tne
contract an ngieoniont wns signed
nnd the papers will be made out at
'Schmidt will Imlld a modern brick
on the property, and operations will
commence nt once If It Is seen thnt
material can be got tor the coiuple-1
turn ot tlie place by fall or winter
If It is thought that brick cannot be
got this fall the building will be put ,
up as soon In the spring as tlie !
weather permits. The block will
have 75 feet fiont and will be two
stories, and will be finished in us
modern n manner as the money and
plans of the owner and architect can
Erecting Cannery Building.
W. D. Flotchor Is In receipt or n
letter from H. C. Willis, nt Echo,
this morning which states thnt tho
building for the American Haro Pack
ing & Cpld Storage Company la now
undnr way. A forco or men Is now nt
work upon It nnd It Is tho Intention
of the company to Btnrt tho cannery
on AuguBt 20 or Soptombor 1. Tho
building will bo 24x40 foot, at first,
with additions ns tho domnnds of the
business require. Tho pooplo of But
ter creek have glvon tho cannery
company great encouragement, ns thu
institution will bo n means of reduc
ing the rnbblt post from that sec
tion, besides furnishing employment
to ninny of tho suttlors.
Ilousekeepor I'll give you a good
meal If you'll light tho lire in the
stove for 1110. Woury Willie All
right, lady. Housokeopor Vory woll.
Here's a hatchet. Just chop Bomo of
that wood out there . Weary Wil
lie Oh, boo hero, lady, I thought ltj
was a gas Btovo you hud. Good day
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CAUGHT IN THE ACT.
Sneak Thief Captured, But Escapes
Before the Police Get Hold of Him.
Tlie city was the scone of another
hold-up this afternoon, and this time
tho affair took place In the broad
light of the day, and not only that,
but in a lodging house.
A man under the inlluence of liquor
went into the Queen lodging house,
back of (lie Queen Chop House, ou
.Main street, and started tq rlilo a
trunk In one pi tli& rooms. He was
seen by one of the roomers and when
ho discovered that the people of tho
house were aware of Ills intentions,
lie broke and ran. He was pursued
by a couple of men and after a strug
gle taken to the police court room,
where he was held for some time,
awaiting tho appearance of an o Ul
cer. None happened to lie present
at the time and at last the man was
turned loose by his captors. Ho went
into the water closet at the back of
tlie room and crawling through the
Just at this time the pollco came
upon tho scene nnd nt once gave
chase, but the man hnd disappeared.
Ho Is a stranger in tho city and no
one seems to know him, or where he
It Is not known at this time wheth
er or not he got anything while In tho
lodging house, but It is not thought
likely lio did, lor tho reason that ho
was discovered almost as soon us he
wont into tho place.
Has Been Captured.
John Halley, Jr.. who Is acting in
tho place of tho recorder while Mr.
Fit?. Gerald Is In Oregon City, enptur
ed the would-bo robber and at tno
same tlmo, perhaps, saved his life.
When the ollicors caino, just ns the
man had been turned loose by those
who hnd enpturod him, ho wont at
unco to thu room whore the man had
gone, but he was not to bo seen.
Halley noticed that tho top had
been taken from the cesspool under
the window, and judging that his
man was somewhere near, ho crawled
thioiigh tho window to Investigate
Sure enough tho fugitive was down in
tlie pit, which Is several foot deep,
and ho was unable either to got out
or to escape In an underground di
rection, as lie hnd evidently intonil
ed. The recorder pulled him out and
ho was oscorted to the jail by the
The man has only boon out of Jail
for a day or so. having just complet
ed u sentence for fighting with Tom
Scott on the 18th of this month.
20 'I DISCOUNT
On 3 Coat Enamaled Ware. 5 Year
Guarantee. See our Granite Ware
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A representative of the Won turn
diitrtbuting agency of "Trlb," at Ba
ker City, is In the city today on busi
ness connected .with tho famous rem
edy. Ho is arranging an attrnctlvo
display in tho window of Tftlluiftn &
Company's drug store.
Will Summer on the Coast.
W. H. Illeaknoy, the president
elect of the ncudomy, passed through
the city this morning nu his way to
the coast, where ho will spend tho
summer in company with Bnv. and
Why ue gi4ulii,n nud
speuu limiM unking, i
aim ciU',uu;; wiwn
produc-s better Kiiulls in two minutes?
llvurytliiiig in the pjcku;?. Kimply mil hot
WutorandM'ttuciMil. It's perfection. Awir
prisetotlie ImiMewife, 'No trouble, low ex.
punsc. Try it to-day, Iu Four Fruit Fla
vors 1 Lemon. Orange, Btruwberry, Ittup
berry. Atfrocor. 10c.
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