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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1903.
ITEMS YOU'LL NEED
lioy's Wash Suits 50c to $ 1.25
Negligee Shirts. 50c to 250
Golf Shirts 50c to 1 50
Cool Underwent 50c, $t.oo and Si. 50 Suit
Pretty Neckwear 25c, 50c and 75c
Stylish Belts 25c to 90c
Fancy Hosiery . 15c, 25c and 50c
Hoys Clothing. 20 per cent. Discount
Men's Two Piece Suits 5.00 to $G 50
Men's $13. 50 Suits, Reduced to $1000
Men's $17 50 Suits, Reduced to $14. 00
Straw Hals, all there is Left at Half Price
One Price Clothiers,
The entire cabinet has resigned In ,
Hungary mid new nllleials will lie an- I
pointed by Kmpcrnr Joseph.
There me eight women lawyers In 1
Massachusetts. 21 women surgeons, j
and 2,."2.r women hoarding house keep-1
A widow gave 2S cents al tin Old 1
Orchard. .Me., enmpmeeting, to a mis-,
ston collection. It Is said to have '
been hor entire possessions.
(Jenoral It. II. Wnrfluld has resign- J
ed us grand marshal of the 0. A. H. at .
San Francisco, and Colonel Jesse II. '
Fuller has been elected to All the '
Jack Dimlon. the famous young ,
author and his wife, have separated.
None pretend to understand the sit
nation. They have been married
The Casino at Trouville. France, one
of the world's famous gambling places'
was destroyed by lire Saturday. 1
llulltling. furniture and fixtures make
the loss $t,nno.noo.
David I'. Harrows, an Illlnolsan, has
been appointed superintendent of pub-1
lie instruction in the Philippines, to 1
succeed Oenernl Uryan, who resigned j
on account of illness.
The per capita tnx levied on mem
bers of the Typographical Union last
year yielded 350,025 for the support I
of the Chlhls-Drexel printers' Home, t
at Colorado City, Colorudo. j
There aie loO.oOn llrltish-born sail
ors in the English merchant navy.
and -10,000 Uiscars or East Indians,
Ten years ago there were hut 20,000
laiscars. and 100,000 Ilrltlsli-mirn.
Wild hay in the Interior of Oregon,
is selling In the Held at $10 per ton.
and mnny of the large herds of catue
aro being sold on account of the scarc
ity. A severe forest lire, 3(1 miles east
of Hnkcrsfleld, Cal., has swept over a
district 2o miles square, destroying
forests, ranges and many fields of
A young wildcat leaped Into a chair
car, through an open window, as a
Great Northern train was passing
through the Cascades, .Monday morn
ing near Cascade tunnel
Joseph llland. of Wardner, Idaho,
was wnilonced .Monday to 10 years 111
the penitentiary for complicity in the
murder of Mrs Emma Aubrey, at
Wardner. last November.
Fred Ualil. of Portland, while tem
porarily insane, .Monday leaped from
a bridge, 5! feet high, horribly lacer
ating his llesh and breaking his ankles
but Ills Injuries are not necessarily
Thomas Turnliow, who was shot at
Carlicld. Wash.. Sunday morning, will
recover. There was strong talk of
lynching his assailant. J E. Drown,
when It was thought that Turnbow
could not recover
N. H. Weir, of Portland, was drown
ed .Monday In tho ClacKnmas river,
whllo attempting to rescue his little
sou, who wus swimming in tno
stream. The boy was saved by a man
who witnessed the accident.
Structural Bron. Cast Columns, Etc.
Carry in stock Steel Beams,
Angles and Channels, Bolls and
Rods. All kinds of
Repair Work Attended to Promptly
Fust End Eurnsido St, Bridge, Portland.
Furnishers and Ha ters
1. Itossfleld, San Francisco
J. Freese. Review.
C. A. Gilbert, Spokano.
W. I). Chamberlain, city.
W. A. Gordon, Portland.
.M. A. Wallace, Louisville
N. H. MueUlm, Portland.
C. J. Ferguson, city.
W. It. Glendenning, Portland.
W. I.. West, Portland.
M. .M. Pntton, Spokane.
W. J. Pierce, city.
T. C. Warner, city.
II. Hill. Antelope.
J. Fred Fisher, Spokane.
It. N. Hoosen. Spokane.
Gilbert Joyce, Spokane
S. A. Frans, Spokane.
Jos. .McCabe, Walla Walla.
C. A. Gilbert, Siknne.
David Home, McKay.
A. I). Thompson, La Grande.
Will E Itapsan, San Francisco.
Golden Rule Hotel.
L. Cunningham, Portland.
D. I). Sholton. Salem.
C. Shelton, Salem.
T. McMnhon and family, Milton.
F. H. Ileathe, Weston.
.Miss Cauthorn, Cnrvallls.
Sam l.ee, Spokano.
Grace Itay. Walla Walla.
O. I). Galley. Portland.
Mrs. J. Nelson, Valley.
C. H. Warmnn. Valley.
.Mrs.- A. A. Hammer anil daughters,
S. Torgerson, .Milton.
-Mrs. M. E. Pierce, Ashland.
.Mrs. F. A. Williams, Holse.
Fred L. Newell, Portland.
H. C. Gnmblll, city.
C. Fleming, Denver,
J. SI. Travis, Pittsburg.
J. Howard ami wife, Great Falln.
W. J. Hates, Grass Valloy
F J. Gardner, Portland.
Btatk or Ohio, city or tolido i
Lrui C'ODKTY. I
Frank J. Cheney mute oath that he It the
senior Dartner of the firm of F.J. Chenev & C
doing builneM In tho city of Toledo, county
and stato aforesaid, anil that said firm will pay
theitimofOne Hundred Dollars for each and
every coo of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
me use 01 uairs latarrn 'jure.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my
pretence this Mb ilny of December, A
A. W. QLEASON,
tail's Catarrh (hire it taken Internally and
acta directly on the blood and mucoua surfaces
01 the system, nenn ior testimonials, ireo.
V f 1 1 1 V L' V I. fl T.. 1 ... I llhln
Sold by drargistr, 75c. '
Hall's Family fills are the best.
Rinnlinq Bros.' World's Greatest
Show at Walla Walla, August 13.
For the anovo occasion tho O. It. &
N. Co. offers a reduced rate of $1.90
for the round trip. Tickets on salo
August 13, good until August l lth re
turning. For further particulars, cnu
on or address F. F. Wamsley, agent.
Mokl Tea positively cures Sick
Headache, Indigestion and Constipa
tion. A delightful herb drink. Ilo
moves all eruptions of the skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion or monoy
refunded. 25c and COc. Wrlto to us
for free sample W. II. Hooker & Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. F, W. Schmidt & Co.,
VISITORS FROM OMAHA
HAVE RETURNED HOME.
Athena Now Has a Meat Market
Teachers In the Public Schools
Have Oeen Choaon for the Ensuing
Year E. A. Dudley's Wheat Aver
aged Forty-One Bushels,
Athena, Aug. I). Mrs. A. It. Until
toy, Miss Oraco Uratlloy and Master
Anthony Uratlloy, tutor a pleasant
visit here and tit Walla Walla, started
011 the return home to Omtihn.
.Mr. and Mrs. A. King, of Forest
drove, were the guests of Mr. ami
.Mrs. Harnett of this city the llrst of
T. .1. Heal, of Milton, has returned
homo from tho north, whore lie ills
posed of n shipment of horses at a
Mrs. V. .1. Wilkinson and daughter,
.Miss Velma, are visiting rulatlves
near (luldondnlo. Wash., where they
will remain for several weeks yet
.Mr. 11, F. Ogle leaves this morn
lug to look after his stock.
Dr. I'himondon reports John Ad
ams, who received n fractured collar
hone, to he getting along tis well as
could he expected.
It. .1. Body has again opened his
meat market which has been cloi-eil
for some time.
Dr. Dell, while leading tho family
cow across the railroad track down
near the mill Saturday last, came
near getting hoth himself and the
cow killed. The cow neenmo nowii
dored and recrossed tho track in
front of tho engine. The doctor hav
ing hold of the rope it was a close
call for him.
The Walter's comhltied harvested
Arthur Scott's wheat last week.
William Itussell was heading on his
Sand Hollow farm last week. .Mrs.
Uagley is chief cook in -Air. HussoH's
Casper Woodward's wheat made
7 httshels on the Fluley place.
.John Mclntyrc Is hauling his wheat
to the warehouse now.
A. C. Itussell was out to his Sand
Hollow farm Tuesdny. Mr. Russell
has the nicest Held or young alfalfa
to he seen in tills section.
John Davis has accepted n position
In the Fair store. Johnny helng a rus
tler and a good hoy. Manager Jar I
mon will mnke a first-class dork o'
The families or IV K. Colforn
Charles Cay and William Wlnship
left Tuesdny morning for an outing
near Cold Springs In the Utile inoun
Girl Baby Born.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Smith were en
tertnined Saturday, August I, liy a
bouncing baby girl.
Public School Teachers,
At the meeting of the school hoard
Saturday, August I, the following
teachers were elected: A. L. Watts
principal; Miss Elsa Uosonzwelg
Miss Nettle Comm. Mrs. II. F. Spar
row. .Miss Lizzie McKenzle, Miss Lit
ella Cralgen. .Miss MoKonzlu comes
from Adams and Mrs. Sparrow from
I.a ( ramie. They have not yet de
cided on the eighth grade teacher
Forty-One Bushels to the Acre.
B. A. Dudley's wheat west of town
averaged 41 bushels to the acre. Mr.
Dudley's grain was harvested with u
KNOWLES NOT APPOINTED.
La Grande Land Office Fight Is Still
Unsettled and Mr. Bartlett Is Lla
ble to Hold.
The light over the La Hrnnde land
ofilco waxes warm yet, although It
seems fnrther from n settlement now
than six months ago.
E. W. Uartlett Is still holding the
ofilco with good prospects of ImiIhk
reappointed. The vigorous fight
against J. W. Knowlos lias had a
dampening effect upon his cnndldacy,
and the president now shows a de
termination to probe the records of
all applicants thoroughly,
The Washington correspondent of
I'ortland papers, under date of Aug
ust S. says:
'President Roosevelt strongly dis
approves of tho kind of men that havo
been, recommended for certain olllces
by senators of both Oregon and
Washington, and unless these sena
tors can show that olllclal Informa
tion now hi ills possession Is Incor
rect and does not fairly describe the
men In question, they will have to
make now recommendations.
"Tho president is not willing to
make John W. Knowles register of
tho La Grande, Or., laud offlce. al
though repeatedly urged to do so liy
the two Oregon senators."
Tho startling announcement Hint
proventatlvo of .micldo had been
discovered will Interest ".v. tny, A run
down system, of dejpniidoncy Invnrl.
nhly precede suicide and something
has been found that will provont that
condition which mnkes suicide likely.
At tho first thought of self-destruction
tnke Electric Hitters. It being n
great tonic and norvlno will strength
en tho nerves nnd hulld up tho sys
tem. It s nlso n groat stomach, liver
and kidney regulator. Only 50c.
satisfaction guamnteod by Tullman
& Co., druggists,
Hest shoo work at Teutsch's,
Harvest Hand Receives Severe Treat
ment Near Walla Walla. .
Charged with having nttoniptod to
rape nu old woman, a harvest iiniiu
named Itay was unmercifully horse
whipped by n threshing crow near
Hadlev station last night, says tho
Walla Walla Statesman, After the
whipping, Hay was ordered oft thu
place. As ho Hied away, n shot was
llred after him.
I!ny came to Wallu Walln this
morning unit showed 11 number of
cutR and welts on his legs, where the
lashes tell. Ho was highly Indignant
at the brutal treatment ho received,
and threatened to have tho whole crow
arrested, hut later changed his mind
and loft for another part or the coun
try. The whipping, he claimed, was tho
result of spite work oil tho part ot
several monibors or tho harvest crow
who have hud "It In lor him" for some
time. As nu excuse for the whipping
the story of tin attempted assault on
an old woman employed In the cook
wagon was hutched up.
Itay said this morning that ho was
asleep when the conspirators seized
him und "trussed" him up to n head
er wagon. Horse whips were produc
ed and members of the gang took turn
about laying the lash on. No one
stinted his efforts and blood soon he
gnu to How.
When released Itay said he was
weak from the heating and could
hardly run when cnmmnntlrd to. As
he was disappearing from view n rllle
cracked and a bullet sped over his
Fair Commission Elects Men to Have
Charge of Exhibits. j
I'ortland. Or.. Aug. ll).-The state'
commission has elected the following
bureau chiefs to havo charge of col-
leetlng the exhibits for the Louisiana
l'utchase Imposition: I
.1. 11. Douglas, Albany, ngricultur-
al exhibit: J. I). Olwell. Center Point,
horticultural: M. D. Wisdom, Port
laud, livestock; Fred It. Mlllls. Unkin
dly, mines and motuls; (leorgo T
Myers, Portland, llslierles, II S. Ly
man, Astoria, education, und Ktl
muni! 11 Sheldon, Portland, forestry
O SP8CES, o
flbJolurePuriry, Firvesr Flavor,
Create if Sfrenh, Reasonable Prices.
CL0SSET & DEYER5
DESPAIN k CLARK
SALE GROCERY AND
514-514 MAIN STREET1"'
Phone Main 1741
A NEW UNION,
How to Join and Get Quick Results
at Small Coat.
Why not Join our union of nhino
purchasers and have a hundred dol
lars? Von can do It and wo can help
you. mis is now it is done; Wo can
well afford to soil ten or more nlannR
cheaper than one. so have ori-'niilzod
a union of ten members. Von Join
umi pay $ii).uu down and $H).U0 a
month, the piano Is yours. Now here 1
is tho host part of it. Kvory tlmo n
now member Joins the price of your
i. ..-niuiin.nl. iieiiiccmioH in price ?iu; j
In other words, when tho union Is I
linen ovory inoinlior gets his Instru
ment til), less than regular nrlco.
for example, n regular $300.00 Instru
ment can ho had for ?200.00 by
Joining the union. Don't delay tak
ing advantage of this great opportu
nity, ns It will only last n fow weeks
or tho dull season. This, combined
with our easy nnvmcnt nlnn und iy.
change contract makes It possible
for ovoryone '.o havo nn liiHtrninnnt.
Thorl;clf,on'h Piano House, sic K.
Court street. Kverythlng musical.
Dally East Orenonlan bv earrlnr
only 15 cents a week.
Any of these warm even
ings and you will find
Alter trying our soda you
will readily understand
why they all come hero.
They say our ice cream
is the riclust our gin
gar ale tho snappiest
our egg drinks just right.
Foncy drinks well, the
mere names will make
your mouth water. The
reason is simple we use
nothing at our fountain
hut the very best, and
our fountain man has
made a life study of the
business and knows just
"Have you tried the "llcerthut
made Pendleton famous?"
Our Root Beer
F. W. Schmidt's
The Roliablo Druggist
rouflice Mock I'lionr Main 8ji
t. I)r J. W Hill, Principal,
t -lib & Marshall His., Portland,
,J A PRIVATE BOARDING
!t AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
$ BOYS AND YOUNG
New 'uilldlngs, modern ami
Manual training, military
Hoys successfully lltled for
all colleges or for business life.
Principal of ZX years' experi
ence In Portland,
Hoys of nny age admitted at
Write for catalogue.
Fall term opens September
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St. Helen's Hall
I tlCst. lSli'j by lit. Itov. U. W. Morris.)
Will enter its 31th year September
' M, PJ03. Numhur of resident pupils
limited to sixty. Hook of information
I sent on application.
ELEANOR TEBBETT8, Prin.
Helen- deciding whore to go to
liool, examine n
catalogue fur tho coming year. Now
building and eipilpinent. Now man
agement, mid u faculty of experienc
ed tcuohors. Special arrangement
for music students nnd for tho care
ful oversight of all students from out
of town. All grades of public school
work thoroughly dono. Our college
preparatory work is accopted hy the
boBt colleges East and West. Moral
and social advantages tho very hest.
Term lieglns Soptomher 14, 1003,
REV. W. H. BLEAKNEY, PRINCIPAL
WESTON, - - OREGON
TERM OPENS SEPTEMBER lCtlt
If ou want your houses rented or
your property sold.
J. C. Sl'UONKMOHI., 220 li. Court
Babbit Metal, beat In the world, In
bars. Price, $1 per bar, at the East
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