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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, AUOU8T 25, 1903.
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shoes to the ladies feet is
4 making our store more popu-
lar every day with all who
want good shoes. !
When buying shoes, don't
call lor a certain size, bu
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GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
MATCHES IN HIS TRUNK.
Ignited and Set F're to the Other
Contents A Case of Baggage
Howard Jones, formerly of Salem,
loft this morning for Colfnx. where
lie tins secured a position nml will
reside In me future. Mr Jones came
near losing his truuk this morning
as he was having It nut on the train.
He had packed some matches in
the top of the trunk, nnd us It was
dropped from the wagon to tne side
walk the matches in some way be
came Ignited and soon the smoke be
gan to pour from all of the cracks
and crevices. The ropes were taken
from the trunk, nnd what had taken
flro was thrown out with not much
damage to the contents, hut it was
a close shave for the wardrobe of the
POST GRADUATE STUDIES.
Ringo Will Study in the East
for Several Months.
Dr. R. E. Itingo leaves this evening
for New York city, where he will take
two months post graduate course In
the College of Physicians and Sur
geons. After having completed the
course he will spend another month
visiting some of the large cities of the
East, where he will study the methods
in the hospitals and sanatoriums.
When the doctor returns he will
bring with him much added knowl
edge in his profession, and rumor
hath It that knowledge is not the only
incentive for the visit
mini n i l i t
Had a Splendid Time Immense Num
ber of Visitors In the City Theory
for Friction Between General Miles
and the Administration Next En
campment Will Be at Boston.
Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. W. Itlgby and Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. H. King, of Hc'Ix. have
returned from San Francisco, where
they went to attend the grand on
enntpment of the 0. A. It. While at
Cliff House Mrs. Itlgby contracted a
cold which has settled on her lungs,
nnd nt one tlmo it was thought that
she would have a siege of pnoumonln,
but It Is now thought thnt tbo cold
may bo broken up and that Hhe will
soon bo convalescent. Howover, she
Is in bed under the doctor's care at
Mr. Itlgby, In speaking of the trip,
snld that thero was so much to say
of the pleasures of the trip tnat he
did not know where to begin, hut
those who nttouded certainly had n
splendid time. It was estlmnted thnt
there were over SC.000 people in tho
city who had come to seo the reunion
of the old veterans, and who were
not members of the order. Thero
were 21,000 from outside the state
nnd the rest were nil of them from
outside of San Francisco.
The parade Itself was not as long
as It was In Cincinnati by one-half,
and this was due in pnrt to the fact
that the place of meeting was so far
west that a great many of the mem
bers of the order from the East were
not nble to attend. Another reason
was the advancing age of the men.
which made It Impossible for a great
many of those in the city to stay In
the line, nnd they therefore never
entered the pnrade nt all.
General Mack, of Chicago, was
elected grand commander of the or
der, but it was the desire of a great
number of the men to elect Miles to
the place. That general, however, re
fused the place, saying that he had
had honor enough nnd thnt lie was In
favor of the mnn that was elected to
death, which resulted from tho brenk-1
down consequent upon hor ndvnnced
Tho homo of tho deceased was In
North Dakota, where most of tbo
family reside, and where tho remains ,
will be tnkon for Intormont this eve
ning by her son, T. II, Johnson. Mrs.
Johnson was the mother of seven
children, all of whom survive her,
E. P llodd, of the Tribune, has re
turned from n visit with friends at
Unhurt Stott. of Pilot Hook, was
nnd three of whom reside In this state, in tho city yesterday on n short busl
Mrs, .Morris, the wife of T. J. Morris, ness visit.
of the Savings Uank, and her two, iiim Am. Anderson returned this
brothers. T. II. and J. F. Johnson, are ftornoon from n visit with friends nt
the children In this state. T. I). John- H),g
son will leave this evening over th , , (, w ,)av, ,)f B
w. a C. K. Willi uiu runuuns mr im . , .(i , -.... f. Bm)r,
visit In tho city.
Walter Folllnrd, 0110 of Unuitllln'H
old home In Dakota, where they will
be laid to rest In the family burying.
General Good Time at the Hotel Pen
Invitations nre out fur n stng din
ner to be given this evening nt the
Hotel Pendleton for all the Involun
tary bachelors of the city. For some
time the mnttor has been in tho wind,
but owing to the Intercession of
those whoso better-halves have not
yet departed for the niountnlns ami
the coast, the event has been delayed
from tlmo to time; but now that the
ruins have come and the Indies nre
beginning to llock home from the
beach nnd the mountain camps, It has
been deemed Impolitic to delay any
longer, and tonight tho dinner will be
Dark and mysterious rumors nre
nboat as to what the gentlemen will
rat, but the menu Is unknown lock
ed safely In the bosom of Mr. Van
Dran, the host. However, those who
have attended the functions In the
past express themselves ns willing to
go up ngninst the hill of hire with
their eyes shut, provided they nre
sure their wives will not have re
turned before they get them oh;ii
Some of the gentlemen of the city
nre bemoaning their tale for tho ron
hoii thnt the nffalr has been delayed
for so long that their families have
returned home nnd they nre (loomed
to remain home this evening and en
joy the pleasures of the occasion only
by hearsay; but there are enough
left to mnke the evening n bowling
success. An authentic account of the
din, tor will ltd nrlntnil ill Mm IiivmiI nf
the position at last. In spite of the j the sllcloty coim wilun that column
attitude of the president towards
Miles, he has a great following among
those who fought with and under him
In the years that are passed, and he
Is one of the heroes of the fast thin
ning ranks of the old soldiers.
It is thought by many of the old
soldiers that the reason for the fric
tion between Roosevelt and Miles
lies in the attitude of the general on
the canteen question. Miles is not in
favor of the Institution and Secretary
Root Is. so there was a clash between
them concerning the matter, and from
this in part sprang the coldness.
The next place of meeting Is Bos
ton, nnd there the Grand Army will
assemble a year from now to hold
one more of the reunions that are
bringing not only the old soldiers of
the North, but those of the South as
well, closer and closer togethur in
the bonds of brotherhood, and by
their example cementing the breach
that once stretched across the nation
from the east to the west.
once more appears.
Who Is it that does not np
ireclate a sweet, delicate odor,
especially of the dainty, last
ing kind? We havo tho largest
lino of Imported and domestic
perfumes In Eastern Oregon.
A few of our leading imported
Azurea, La Trefle,
Peau d' Eapagne,
Vlolette de Parme,
And many more of the same
quality In bulk as well as in
J j Anniversary of Beginning of Rev.
Time passes rapidly In the West
ern world, and few stop to think of
j Its flight unless reminded by some
ciruuuiaiuint: mui uriiiga uiu muiB lu
Fow of the old-timers of the city
who have attended the Church of the
Redeemer stop to think how long
they have gone thero each Sabbath,
yet today Is the 21st anniversary of
the day on which Rev. W. E, Potwlne
commenced his labors hero as the
head of the Episcopal denomination
of this city. The expansion and ad
vancement of tho church in that time
shows as well as anything else could
the progress that the city has made
In the years that have passed.
DEATH OF MRS. JOHNSON.
Wet Audience Stayed Through Entire
Performance Last Night.
A large, but wet erowil visited
Shields' Park last night, and to their
credit, stayed until the performance
was ended, despite the fact that a
brisk rainstorm beat upon bom audi
ence nnd performers during a large
portion of tho program.
The program was good last night,
despite the difficulties under which
the performers rendered their parts.
This is comedy week nnd the feature
is being carried out fully. All the
numbers are good. Stanley and Scan
Ion. Sims and Ilartelmes. are artists
of sKcinl ability In their lines. The
Illustrated songs nnd new pictures on
tho polyscope arc refreshing and the
week promises to be one of tho most
attractive yet enjoyed.
CLEANED THE RESERVOIR.
TALLMAN & GO
Old Age and Consequent Breaking
Down Caused the End.
Mrs. .Margaret Johnson died this
morning at tho home of her daugh-
j ter. .Mrs. T. J. Morris at 2 o'clock.
iiMrs. Johnson was 77 years and -I
4"H"t"M"H"lT months of nge at the tlmo of her
j NOT GOOD, NOT HERE "j
They Lead the Procession
Tho popularity of Swift's products among all classes Is very
largely duo to tho absolutely clean and hygienic conditions un
der which each carcass Is drossed, unit tho meat and tho food pro
ducts prepared and Inspected This is particularly true of Swift's
Premium Ham and Bacon. From tho sleek, corn-fed hogs In tho
pens, the carefully selected hams and bacon In tho smokehouse,
tho final oxpert inspection by the U. S. government, and, lastly,
tho dainty wrapping In parchment paper, each step In tho evolu
tion of these nutritious and appetizing products Is a guarantee
that they will always pleaso.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
Nothing of a Deleterious Nature Was
Found Work Done Yesterday.
Superintendent Brown of tho water
company, yesterday put a force of
men to work on the reservoir, and It
was emptied and cleaned.
The men first took out all of the
sediment and then thoroughly scrub
bed and rinsed the large cement
tank, so that It Is now as clean ns It
can bo made. Tho water was vury
clean, and there was nothing in the
reservoir that was of danger to tho
health of the consumers.
Returned From La Grande,
Itev. It, W. King returned today
from La Grande, where ho preached
tiie funeral sermon of Miss Ponrl
Pennington, daughter of Sheriff C. C.
Pennington, of Union county, Tho
young lndy was only 111 a short tlmo.
having suffered a sovoro attack of ap
pendicitis. She died nt the Halter
City hospital, following an operation.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Johnson, who
went to San Francisco to attend the
grand encampment of the O. A. R
will return home In about a week.
While In tho city on a sightseeing
tour. Dr. Johnson contracted a cold
which has kept him in doors for the
last fow days, but ho Is now conva
lescent. Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Collier,
who are in tho city, will return about
the same time.
Of the Weston Normal.
Miss Ethel Garfield, or tho Weston
Normal School, was tho gueHt of
friends In tho city yesterday en route
from Portland, where she has been
visiting for n time. 8he left this
morning for Walla Wnlla for a short
visit before roturnlng to hor year's
work at Weston.
Will Go to Dayton.
Will Lyons, who returned yesterday
to take his old place in the local, or
flco of tho W. & C. It., was called to
Dayton on his arrival hero, to tnko
charge of that ollico during tho Ill
ness of J. W. Mulrhead, tho operator
at that place.
prominent sheepmen, was In tho city
Mrs. II. F. Uoiin hns returned from
n visit lo Long Bench, where sho has
been spending the summer.
11 11. Strong, of Wnlln Wnlla, was
lu the city yesterday on n short visit
in connection with his business.
A. II. Calloway, representative of
the Illake-McFaitll Paper Company,
arrived down from Wnlln Wnlla to
il 11 y
Sir and Mrs. O. F. Thompson and
daughters, of Echo, arc in the city
the giieBts of friends for a short
M E. Jacobs nnd 1.. Neff leave to
day for a six weeks' camping and
hunting trip to Stein's mountain, In
F W. Vincent returned this after
noon from lllughniu Springs, where
he has been for some time durnig
the hot weather.
(5. A. MeCtilly. of Helix, and one of
the prominent farmers of that neigh
borhood, was in the city yesterday,
looking after business Interests.
E. .Incohstm, of Knmeln, engineer
on one of the O. 11. N. helpers. Is
In the city today, en route to Port
land and Puget Sound on a few days'
Thumns Hampton, one of the wheat 1
rnlsers of the county. Is in the city
today from his ranch on Stngo Gulch,
attending to the winding up of the
Uev. and Mrs. Hubert J. Wornoi
and family returned this nfternoon
from Meucham, where they have been 1
cnmplng in the mountains for the
last thri'o weeks.
Mrs Charles Smith, of Dillutb. the I
wife ot Judge Charles Smith, of that j
city, is the guest of her niece Mrs '
CI. A Hobliins, nt the family home on ,
East Court street. ,
A. M Ehlnm. or the Milton Hard
ware Company, returned to uls home
this nmriiinir lifter 11 short visit In
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"im inj. lilt inn ttiij nwiui- lli'll! 1, II 1 1 1 1
to Portland In the Interests of his 1
Mr. and Mrs. O F Thompson of
Butter Creek, left this morning for
the Okanogan country. In the north-
em part of Washington, where they
will visit nt tin- home of their daugli-1
ter for a time
Chris O. Brown, advertising man-
ager for "The Christlnn," is lu the j
city today and leaves tonight for Ba-
ker City, where the attraction will '
appear September 2. following tho
presentation hero on the 1st.
J. C. Freece. of the Spokesman-He- ,
view, was in the city yesterday look
ing lifter the interests of the paper. I
ami left this morning for Wnlla
Walla, whore he will transact some
business before returning to his head
quarters at Spokane.
HOW IT WILL BE DONE.
Problem of Method of Adding Hotel
St. George Third 8tory,
Many people havo boon wondering
how tho worknion are going to finish
tho third story of tho Hotol St.
Georgo, which Ib now In course of
construction. Some thought that tho
old roof would bo rnlsod to whoro it
would bo when tho othor story was
added, and thun walls built up to It;
others thought it would bo torn up.
II In tbn Intention nf tlin rnnlmr..
tors lo build tho wnlls up around the 1 noworfni t , . Weake om,
roof nnd put the new roof on before', .. V0 (1CBtr" the J, "
destroying tho old. In th a wnv tbn , tnose uimpD -1. w
lull. rl, II- nf ilw, lintel Ullll li nnfn frnm ' do BO miml. I """01)68 M
extra dUtnrbniico and from tbo rain,
The tower, that wns on tho cornor,
has been taken loose nt the base nnd
will bo loft in the mlddlo of tho roof
until the workmon are rendy to hoist
' MM r OA..J
"'"1 worry, for thl , ? ot '
ami ,.i r.th,8.ondtmrt.
""""ill from I,.... I'w
In this ami., . . '"u. Mm
the hands or tho WeIw
hlth as clean ",T!a.
until the wontmon are rendy to hoist " niagic and the , , r
nor of tho third story. It will tnko 1 the use of 1 Irm, Z purlN
l.mit nn. mimlliD In nnninlntu I. , -""nut nnOh
FOR SALE BY
Deadwood, S. I)., Ib making great
preparations ror tbo reception of tho
Miners' Congress, which convonos
there on September 7.
I nONT FORGET UB0U DAY
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BIG CUT PRICES
WE ARE STILL SLASHING PRICES
In all departments ot our big storo.
Ah heretofore, you will find our prices
much Iobs on reliable merchandise
than elsowhere. Our largely Increas
ed sales over formor sennons sntlsfles
us the people nro learning this fact.
V shnll contlnuo to do nil wo can to
merit the good will nnd pntronnge of
the many customers we now have and
hope nlso to add many now ones. Any
goods bought nt our Btoro "not Balls,
rnclory," returned In good condition
the money will bo promptly returns
nt all times.
iVery Truly Yours
William Stcwnrt and M. It, Yates
huve returned to tho city nftor hav
ing completed tho building of n large
warehouse for tho Kerr-Gifford Grain
Company nt Turner, a small shipping
point near Dayton. Tho men will al
so rebuild .be warehouse burned it
Thorn Hollow not long ngo, nnd ex
pect to commence work In a short
Returned From Lehman.
Mrs. J. W. Sullivan nnd daughter,
.Miss Fay, returned yesterday from an
outing trip to Lehman Springs, where
thoy have been during tho hot weath
er of the last month. Thoy were ac
companied by .Mrs. F, F, Porham nnd
her son, l.loyd, nnd James Isaacs, the
brother of the latter lady.
Seven hundred operatives In smok-Ing-plpu
factories in New York City,
havo been locked out.
A BIG RIPE
On Ice, Just
the thing for
We Have Them. Snake River
Melons, None Bolter : : : :
Call Us Up
: : One : :
.Mouoploe (li-cjoor Cnuit fltrfet
1 The New Fall Styles
I nf tlin
I Knox Hats
li Cl'n ni ricr".
1 1 Ik H7 1 ll l,i
1 SIR UMWm
S H I RTS
A very large assortment of
good wearing slims, the kind
that give satisfactory ra;
We Have Your Se
and more than you expect lo
eee. -All pricos.
New Fall Swits
Hotter think about
this when ready
The largest stoclr in the City
to select from
4lt . $K rail oxis
$m 7 MenandYowg
Jo.-, I- . . . TUT si
Never belter in
style or price. All
sizes from 32tofi0
breast measure : :
We Have Yow
BOSTON STORE I BOSTON STORE