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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 17, 1903.
IS TO CHOICE j
When you buy n pair of
Bhoes, you can't linvo too ninny
stylos to cliooso from. Every
nailed Iclnil Is mi ndvnntngo,
offering you tho widest possible
choice. Tills Is ono thing that
lias niailo our storo popular.
You linvo such n wide rango of
choice. Wo havo shoos for
every need or occasion.
RECEIVE THE VEIL
NINE YOUNG WOMEN
ENTER THE CONVENT.
tlon of llnby Owens, will bo changed
tonight. Athon, Wilson and Chirk,
comedy artists, ami y.oynrrn, in ins
marvelous rovolving niouo act will np
penr. Now BlngorB for tho Illustrated
songs and now pictures on tho poly
Tickets will bo on sale nil week nt
llnick & McConms' drug storo.
WHO WILL SELL TICKETS?
St. Joseph's Chapel the Scene of a
Solemn Ceremony on Saturday pntrons of Frazer's Opera House Will
Evening Dlshop C. J. O'Reilly oe Allowed to Name Ticket Sel-
Preaches Sermon to the Postulates.
Nixon & Taylor,
son & Company
'Phone, Main iiSi
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
i Saturday, the feast of ho us- rt Opera. House, have Innugur
ptlon of the HlcMcd Virgin tho , , 1 ,,, of ,ocatI1B tho
rout clinnd of St. .Joseph's Acad- , t , , , t tsfcot ,m, 1)Q
n - ; i ""v."". M,)(i llurln ie C0I,S
loiia ceremony of reception, . ... .
This was the first eoroniony slnco the highest bidder, they
e erection of tho Western Nbvltl-1 awny the privilege to t
e. Nine postulants, arrayed In brt- j ,ouso 8olicted by a votln
AT THE SEASIDE.
Pendleton People Now Enloyino the
Refreshing Breezes of Old Ocean.
dnl robes, presented themselves be
fore lit, llev. C. J. O'llelily, bishop
elect of Eastern Oregon, to receive
from his bauds the holy habit of St.
In order to carry out their high
Ideal they linvo chosen the Order of
St. Francis, the objeet of which Is
the educatiun of youth and the alle
viation of human suffering.
Heretofore those wishing to enter
the order were ubliged to go to Phil
adelphia, from where thoy wero sent
to Olen Illddle, tho Eastern Novitiate.
Hereafter, thoso entering from tho
Western province will remain at Pen
dleton, where thoy will be trained for
their life work.
lit. Ilev. J. C. O'llelily preached tho
sermon. In forcible and practical
torms ho outlined tho beauties and
duties of religious life, dwelling es
pecially on the necessity of a close
resemblance to the life of Christ.
Those of tho clergy who wero pros
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:oast, tho following are now enjoying
heir outing at the places designated:
At the "Hreakers," North Ueach:
Mrs. F. U. Clopton and daughter, Sy
)I1, and .Miss EfTIo Jean Frazlor.
At tho "Newton"; George Hartman
Jr., and Fred l.ampkin.
At Long Ueach: Mrs. Gus La Foil-
nino nml fnmllv Mrs f!hnrlps Pnlns.
vnrlhv nn.l fnmllv. Tr Wlllt-.m llnl.
Ins and family, Mrs. W. H. Fowler
tti.1 enn Mpa f T- T,-i . I ...... .- nn.t
laughter, Mrs. l.ouls Hunzlker and
laughter, Mrs. Lydla D. Smith, Mrs.
.. P. Miner. Miss Mary Itltner. Miss
fladio Damn, Miss Eva Froomo, Miss
inna McGeo and Miss Sophie Oratz.
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TWO NEW BUILDINGS.
Van dor Vcldon, S. J.: llev. Joseph
Chlnall. S. J.; Ilev. J. Hoschl, S. .1.
The ehapel was filled with the rel
atives and friends of the postulants.
Those who received the hnhlt and
thus entered upon the customary
probation, tiro: Miss Florence Fordo,
Spokane, Sister Mnry Augusta; Miss
Veronica Hemmelgarn, Pendleton,
Sister Mary Clarita; Miss Catherlno
Adams, Wisconsin, Sister Mary Ed-
wlna; Miss Agnes IJaiers, Rawlins,
Sister .Mnry Felicia; Miss Ilose Red
man, Green River, Sister Mary Ele
nora; Miss Anna Mueller. Ellensburg.
Sister Mary Coronata; Jliss .May Jor
dan, Rawlins, Sister Mary Cornelia;
.Miss Nellie Hardman, Pendleton, Sis
ter .Mary Francis Jerome; Miss .Mar
garet Walsh, Ireland, Sister Mary
The managers wish tho public to
bo satisfied and therefore leave tho
selection of the place to tho patrons
of tho theater. There promises to bo
great Interest In the contest.
Tho only provision of tho contest
is that the place voted for must bo
ono suitable for women and children
to visit in purchasing tickets.
Coupons will bo run flvo dnys of
this week, the contest to close nt 7
o'clock next Frldny evening, All
coupons are to bo votod at the East
BIG BUSINESS TODAY
IN THE POLICE COURT,
Card Game Ends In a Fight Uncom
mon Number of Hoboes Are Being
Run In of Late and the City Jnll
SHIELD'S PARK DRAWING.
C. E Trnutman lina 1(t tlin rnntr.-irf r,-i
,;jr me iouuuanon oi me i'un uow-
t Mian DUitQtng to h. o. Moussu & Co..
ri uiis city, ana inoy started work on
'yllo excavntlon this morning. Once
tknc construction Is started the build-
US ig will he rushed through to Its fin
'Tfih as rapidly as possible.
Mr. Troutman is also at work on
The prize drawing which was ad
vertised last week by tho Shields'
Park management, took place Satur
day night before an audience which
filled the park to ovorllowlng.
Mrs. C. B. Lyman drew tho elegant
French plate mirror with ticket No.
Tho building Is to bo of I 210S. Miss Irene McCarty drow the
tnl- orcvi?n in ,tt.nnntn Inrilf rnplrpr with ticket 2nl. lltlil
. . I. II , UAUU icci 111 uiuivtisiuiia, uuu 1 - - - - ....... - - - I
tiill be as modern a placo as can be I Thomas A. Hodson, won tho beautiful
?mm J. 11. lU.'LMI, Willi IICKCI UIIU
i iii i'llZald:lLwl.liL.?.i0' ,lro'v ,h0
Over 3.000 tickets wero given out
for tho drawing last week and the
management announces that live
I .111., Tin."
! 7klck. 25xC
prizes, equal In elegance and value to
H. Conuol, of Umatilla, was n Pen'
dleton visitor yesterday.
t. James, of Hakcr City, was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
E. h. .Marshal, of Cove, is In the
city for a short Imsiuoss visit.
C. H. Shornian, of Athena, was In
the city for n short visit yesterday.
W. W. Riley, of Baker City, s)ont
Sunday In Pendleton the guest of
A. Rennet, of Stokes, was In the
city yesterday for a short visit with
.Mrs. H. C. Willis and son, of Echo,
are spending tho mouth at Iehman
William Sturgls left this morning
for Astoria, where he will attend the
Charles Eppinger. of the Alexander
store, will return from his vacation
C. A. Cameron. Jr., spent Sunday
In linker City, the guest of relatives
Dr. 1.. Mitchell, chiropodist, is in
the city for a few days, the guest of
J. J. Ralleray left this morning for
Miltuu, where he goes on a short trip
on legal business.
T. ). Taylor lias returned rrom a
triji to Hlugham, whore ho went the
middle of last week for a rest from
the duties of IiIp office.
Tho police court business was a
big one tills morning when the court
was called, and owing to tho fact that
somo of tho seekers after a plnco In
tho line had not recovered from the
effects of the whisky that they had ab
sorbed on the day of rest, all of the
eases were not enlled, as the prison
ers wore not In condition to come into
C. E. Knapp and Thomas Miller
wore each mmed to contrlhuto $10 to
ward the support of tho city as pay
ment for the privilege of having n
light on the streets last Saturday
evening. The men got Into n quarrel
over n game of cards and attempted
to settle the matter with their lists.
Four hoboes wero given meal tick
ets for three days' board at tho city
Jail for being drunk on tho streets,
and ono was given a double dose be
cause ho was also disorderly and dis
turbed the Sunday unlet of tho munic
A man by the name of Slioeuley,
ami nn Indian with tho common name
of John Doe wore nlso drunk and for
feited bonds of $5 each.
Tho accommodations of (ho city
hostelry are taxed to tho uttermost
now, there being more men partaking
of tho free meals served there than
have been In at ono tlnio for several
HAD A TIGHT SQUEEZE
Charles Lyman Was Caught at Union
Batweon n Car and Truck,
Oliarlcs Eymnn mot with n painful
iieeldout Mils morning us tho train
was pulling out or Union. Lyman
was on tho train, making his rogulnr
run us n brakomun, mid ns the train
started out of the Htatlon swung him
silt onto the platform of ono of the
earn. JiihI. ns ho reached tho Blon i
a man on tho trnln nttemptod to Bat i huldor rrl up we W'H Rlvd , .
nit, mid Lynitni swung out to lot him Tho . """a
pass. In doing so his shouhlor wiib ! rastVlrm, m. 1i0,llor Is a tl.
uuL-ht bv n hindcd bau-L-afto trunk I . .. 1 "ntHvnnce. ' ftth
' .....i ........ ... r w,u wuii with ntm mi
nun nun iiuuii juii i-niBu 10 iiiu tjiigo : Tlit'im, "..iuw " l
of tho platform, and ho wno crushed
between tho car and tho truck. The
Injured man came on to this city nnd
went to bin homo, and while not seri
ously hurt, tlii) shoulder is pnlnful
and badly wroiichod.
Ill With Scarlet Fever.
Tho two children of Tox Lnnglvor
nro sick with tho scarlet fever, nt tho
family home nt tho south end of Main
street. The iIIhoiiso Is of n mild form
and not nt all hoi'Iouh. A Hag has
been ordered out, and the enncs are
under qiinrantlue, ho thoro is no dan
ger of n spread of tho discaso.
Thrust I ?C
"H'lor does lh br00ffl
St. Louis World's I,.;.
on Inst uZ 'Wd
OWL TEA HOUSE
No Saturday Matinee.
Manager Nelson, of Shields' Park
Is in receipt of n letter from "n coun
try girl," asking him to hold n Satur
day afternoon matinee for tho benefit
of the country people. Mr. Nelson
desires to Inform tho correspondent
that ns Illustrated songs and mov
ing pictures constitute n largo part
of the program, and cannot lie seen
except In the dark, It will he impos
sible to hold an afternoon matinee.
There Is no shade over tho park nnd I
ns tho weather is very warm. It ,
would also be out of the question to!
nsk an niulicuce to sit in the hot sun. '
.Mr. Nelson expects to secure n suita
ble building for tho attractions later, I
and will then bo In position to com
ply with the request.
Strained His Back Badly. j
John Clove, of the firm of Rlgliy & I
Clove, Is laid up with n strained back
as tho result of having attempted to 1
lift a weight heavier than ho should, j
Saturday uttornoon while moving!
some heavy machinery, Mr. Clovo
slipped and wrenched himself.
n..l..l. trr.........l f II, r. ..olmnr, nuinivu tiiiu iv i i,iii:iii:ii juilinuu. ill
lefVyesterday-foV Lehman "sKS ".1
where he will spend the next two
weeks enjoying his nnnual vacation.
Arnold Sliciirmnn has returned
from Portland, where ho has been
for sonic time, and has nccepted a
position in the Pendleton Scouring
II, Alexander left Saturday even
ing for Yaqulna Bay, whero ho will
J those given away last Saturday night, j Join Mrs. Alexander for a two weeds'
Who Is It that does not np-
ireciaie a sweet, uencaie onor,
especially or me uainty. last-
; ing kind? Wo havo tho largest
line of imported and domestic
perfumes In Eastern Oregon.
A few of our leading Imported
Azurea, La Trefle,
Peau d' Espagne,
Vlolette de Parme,
J Ji And many more of the same
' 1 quality In bulk as well as In
TALLMAN & CO.
will also be given next Snturday. Tne i vacation before coming homo
prizes aro on exhibition at Rader's 's mmny.
furniture store now. I 11 r wiiii. ,,r tt,n phr. fni.i
The lnrgest crowd of the season I storage company, Is In tho city to
as In attendance last Saturday (Ia. , mn,(J arrangcmeIltH ,for Ul0
The entire program, with the oxcep
AS A LAXATIVE
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Is with
out an equal. It will not gripe nor
shock the system, and make you feel
sick all ovor like most cathartics do,
but lias a firm and gentle effect on the
constipated bowels, stimulating ami
assisting them In the proper perform
ance of their functions. Then an oc-
serious, nnd tho man was taken to,
his home, where Dr. Cole was call- j
cd nnd examined the case. It was '
found, turnover, thnt tho damage was 1
not serious though painful, nnd today 1
Air. Clovo Is getting nroumi wl'h the
nhl of n cnuo. It will be some tlnio
heforu ho tries) to move combines
engine for the American Haro Can
nery, now about ready for operation.
Mr, and Mrs. James Crawford have
returned from n trip to Long Bench
where they hnvc been for the last two
weeks. Miss Crawford will visit with
friends in Washington during the re
mainder of the month.
Nine Carloads of. Fat Cattle.
For several days last week a stock
buyer named Benson waB In tho city
nnd vlclnny looking for stock for tho
1fnU.. f l o T il i
,i i t0 oil tit tr I uiiiim mum, vuiiinuiy, ui ruruuuu.
keep" "ttobTw;.. u'r" and " 'the 1 ' "-t gathered together nine
l.ia,h .Irnno. A frlnl will rnnvlnei, i carf) "f cattl 'or 'hat "rn.
i'H"HM tilt IH"H"H"K"-
you of Its value.
NOT GCOD, NOT HERE
They Lead the Procession
The popularity of Swi i products nmong all classes Is very
largely duo to Hip absol -lv clean and hygienic conditions un
der which eafh 'arfass i dir-ssed, and tho moat and tho food pro
ducts prepared and inspected. This Is particularly true of Swift's
Premium Ham nnd Bacon. From tho sleek, corn-fed hogs In the
pens, the carefully selected hams and bacon In tho smokehouse,
tho final export Inspection by the U. S. government, and, lastly,
Jtho dainty wrapping in parchment paper, each step In tho evolu
tion of these nutritious and appetizing products is a guaranteo
that thoy will always please.
will ship them the middle of tho
week. Tho cattlo wore bought In
tho .McKay creek country.
Death of an Infant.
Edward J tho Infant son of Mr.
and .Mrs. John McMernoy, died Sun
day morning at tho family homo, of
colic. Tho Ilttlo ono had only been
sick for n short time. Tho funeral
services wero held from tho Catholic
church this afternoon nt 2 o'clock.
Finely Equipped Barber Shop.
Wllllnm Krnsslg and James Sharp
havo moved their shops ond nro now
ready for business nt C15 Main street,
whero thoy havo the largest nnd most
convenient bnrber shop In the city.
Thoy have flvo chairs and will in n
day or so havo four tubs ready. Tho
tubs aro now placed in tho back
room, but tho partitions havo not as
yet been put In position. When nil
of the furnishings como for the now
shop and nro put In plnco It will ho
o of the best appointed places In
Visiting the 8wearingens.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Creger and child
ren, of Madison county, Iowa, aro In
Mm city tho guests or Mrs. Croger's
'vothers, tho Swenrlngon brothers.
Hio brothers nnd sister havo not mot
for 17 years, nnd tho Eastern party
will visit In mis city for a couplu or
weeks nnd will then go on to What
com for n couplo of weeks, and re
turning to this city will stay horo for
a month itororo returning to their
iiomo in the East.
For this Week Only
Shirt Waist Suits
WORTH FROM $2.00 to $4.00
Shirt Waists That
are Left at Half
The Big Boston
Oil Cooking Stove
is tho automatic bluo llame oil
cooker. It Is a boon to the house
keeper in hot weather, and win
boll, bako or roast llko a cliBrai.
It burns only n gallon of oil
threo days, and Is the wtort,
simplest, cloanest and most eco
nomical stovo over made.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
Will Attend Dental School.
Thomas Vaughn has loft for Asto
ria, whero ho will visit tho rcntta.
From thoro ho will go to San Fran
cisco, whero ho will enter a dental
school for ...o coming winter.
Business at Lehman 8prlngs. i
Charles Duttnn, tho proprietor of
the Lehman Springs. Is in tho rlt
today on a business trip. Mr. I)uttn
has his hotol full nt all times n '
Is well pleased with tho incomo of hi
Out for Grouse.
Donn Shull, Joo Nolf, Fat Turner
(Jcorgo J.cot and Ceorgo O'Danl-'
spent Sunday In tho mountains t
Illiighnm looking for grouse. T1'"
report good luck In spots.
Wallowa Hotel Burns.
Joseph, Aug. 17. Tho nnnox of tho
lienoll hotel, tho best house n the
city, was inirueil down Saturday ovo-
mug aim w guests lost all their bo
longings. .1. II. Mitchell, tho nronrl.
tor, was absent ut La Clrniiilo nt
dlnr tho circus nt tho time. Loss,
Why ue .geUliiio nnd
tpind hoiint soikiug,
w -i.-tcm.ig, fl ivoriug
u 1 coloring whon
i-ii daw bcttur rt-.-uIls in two inlmitsf
Lv-rythhig in tho ii,iclc.i'e. Himply mid hot
hit uiul wt to cool. Jt'ipL-rfc-ctiim. Asur-
n-.-io th' lumaowifo. Nii.troubli', loin m.
-).. Try It tiMl ly. In Tour Fruit Fla.
Lemon. Orungo, 'strawberry, Hasp.
"mtv. At grocurs. 10o.
' Prices Reduced to Close On!
W. J. CLARKE & Co. 2.1 Court Street j
THEY USE THE
F. U. Clonton. S. A. Newberry. E. W. McComas, nlgby-Clove MS-
-o., xoungor At son, Miss Shook, Uimitilin iuum -"-." VI8.
Toutsch, East Oregonlan l'ub, Co., M. E. Shutmni. Tho onij ' v
DLE Typowrltor thnt bus nil tho good features of other OI'0"' ,
niul 41. 1 .a. . 1 il...1.,lni lUllIfn 16 Inlt
mill tinilll nt tlin K.l if K, lma .t Inlillljltnr WlllCh IB P11
" miv nun uitgfii tk uidw iiiiiiiii"--
Call nnd see machlno. I can convlnco you
that nro superior to othor innkos.
that It has 10 poln'8
JOHN S. KEES, Agent
741 Main Street