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well clad feet S-h.! h e? are a specialty with u at
this season and we will fit the
Girls and Boys
Misses and Youth
Our special school shoes combine the wearing
qualities and correct shape lor comfort, an d wh le
Long and durable they retain that stylish appearance
Here are dome money savins
better appreciated when you
Child's dongola patent tip, heavy soles, sizes
5tO.S ... ; "
Child's shoe?, same as above, sizes Si to 1 1
Mises shoes, same as above
Bov's box calf shoe?, sizes S to 13
Our "Good for Bad Boys" pebble calf and
horsehide seamless shoes wear like iron. Built for
Dindinger, Wilson & Company
GOOD SHOES CHEAP.
in the Tu-
( mello Basin.
Construction work on the canal
lines of the Columbia Southern Irri
gation company, operating In the Tu
mello basin has been carried to the
limit during the past five months,
mid It Is expected that the main line
with Its numerous laterals will be
rnmnlnted earlv In the fall.
Practically 40 miles of ditch have
now been dug. inclusive of the main
canal 17 miles long and Ave laterals
ranging from three to ten miles In
length. The main canal runs to a
point Just east of CHne lluttes and
rovers a vast scone of saee-hrush
territory to the south and
Crook County Journal.
Cases Developed at College
Five cases of diphtheria recently
developed at College Place are now
In charge of County Health Officer
Stiles, ifoin ur auiea unu i r. v.am- c M,ller. GeIIese,. bv Ufv A
mon. city health officers, visited the ! , Thoroughman: Lexington. by
cases yesterday morning and pro-1 U(,v j M Turnttr; and H.tppner by
nounced them genu Ine diphtheria. R(JV p c All(5ln8 Earh o,
says the Walla Walla Union. Mrs repor,e(, nl6 wn cnar?e
.Mildred Lechtenwalter. a widow and ; The b4tg, financln rBpon
her three children are II with he ,e . ,he cba M Les,ngton.
Ilisease. one oi lue cmiurei. is
seriously affected. The other- case
is that of the child of S E. Dodge 1
All the cases developed about the
same time. 1
It Is believed the disease was
brought here from Spokane A
I I 1 1 I I I MM! I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 M
Who la it that does not ap
ireciate a sweet, delicate odor,
especially of the dainty, last
ing kind? We have the largest
line of Imported and domestic
perfumes In Eastern Oregon.
A few of our leading Imported
Azurea, La Trefle.
Peau d' Espagne,
Violette de Parme,
And many more of the same
quality in b'llk as well as In
TALLMAN & GO, j
HU II H M I I I I II I II I II H'l
DELI CIO US
IS OUR GOLD MEDAL
It is perfection in tin butter inaking art.
It is alvvaxs svve, t and go id
It is recognized .tv the ue-t product that i nine- from
It is a butter once in. ,i a v.w - n-,, d
It is handled in in mUet n .viusivev. ..
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
u! with merry fares
XVIUUU M III c
have examined the shoes.
visiting in Spokane several weeks !
when a child died at the home at
which she was visiting o;' a disease
variously diagnosed as scarlet fever,
diphtheria and tonsllltls.
Milton. Sept. '5 Columbia
College of .Milton. 0
will have an
within a year
endowment of J20.00)
if the present plans of the East Co
lumbia conference of the Methodist
Episcopal Church South do not mis
carry. The committee on education i
vesterday resolved to Increase the i
n,inwnm,,t nf the rnllese loiMin
During the past year JliMMtO endow
ment was raised and It Is expected
a like sum will place the Institution
upon a firm besis
Following Is a list of 'he ' harces
reported. Oakesdale n Re M.V.
Howard. Waltsbnrg and Covello. by
Rev J W. Compton. Walla Walla
by He W
Rev C. V
R. Hanson: Boise, by l
Cross: Leland. by Rev. ,
The rhnr-h there ra riestmwed hv
the flood that devastated Heppner.
but the pastor reported yeeteniey
that work would soon be started on a
Operation for Appendicitis.
Bun Scott, who is employed by
Buck & Thomas, butchers of La
Grande came to Baker City Thurs
day evening to undergo an operation
for appendicitis which wan suecegg
tull performed Friday morning by
Ilrs May and Curry at Fifth and Mad
ison streets Yesterday the patient
was in excellent condition Bakor
Weston People Marry.
Ai 5 o'clock last evening in the
(tnrlnrc it thn fintilan Dill. V It .
1 Brooks, or the First Christian church. FENTON IS DEAD.
united in marriage Miss Resale A.!D . ,.
Bryson and Ed L. Davis, both of Wee-i Pl0ncer Pa Away at His Home
ton Mr. and Mr Davis are young j at Pllt Rock,
'people well known in the vicinity of! M Fenton. one of the pioneers
I tli.ilr h.imu n,i. I ...III m.I... K..1w i .. . '
....... ......... ....1. "in uiuim.- mou .11-
tore residence in Weston.
Have Timber at La Grande.
Charlas and Aaron Isaacs, both of
McKay left for La Grande this morn
ing in order to prove up on their
timber ilaims. which they haw taken
'is- 1 'h McKa country.
The Merchants' Cafe.
KeoiK. constantly on hand Import
en lieb-rw irst. Frankfortere. Ham
burg e. I crawfish, crabs, oysters,
al' kinds ot cheese Hot merchants'
lunrji dally from U 30 a m. to 2 p m
DAILY EAST OREGOMAN PENDLETON. OREGON
ft II STARTER
tiMSS STELLA ALEXANDER
tj LEADS FOR CARNIVAL QUEEN.
She it Votes Ahead of the Other
Candidates This Is the first day
of the Votinc and a Deep Interest
Was Shown Votes Will Be Count-
ed Dally Where
The interest In the election of a
carnival queen has taken a Jump.
L. K.n. i., P-e ouen-l
hhirmorninTby John Hai.ey of the
Merchants- committee, and J. F. Wl!-lthe
rnrenHtlve of the car-
n:va! shows, a mnnn lietier bhowui
was made than was er'ted for the
Last night there wr rumors niK-ai
about the town that ther wouli'. be
something doing in the election 01
the queen before m.- more hour
had passed, and Mr. Hailey renorted
that he had sold several hunches of
. , . . . . . n-Knn, Ha tt'nili. 11' '
sav Several of the voimc nwn -f
tne city nave swrwu u.
the vote and the ballots
fast Inst nlrht are but a
in the struggle
keep their candidate at the head of
In view o fthe elegant outfit and
the manv privllezes that the q ien
will havi mrlng rh wek ani the
courtesies that will t' extended to
hat time. ;her win ue
qu le a "ni as tnose w in. ran
started out intend to elect the lady
for whom they have cast their first
The vote polled at the different
places is as follows: At Koeppen's
dnic store. Miss Blanche Shull. 250
votes Brock McComas. Miss Stel
la Alexander. 3f Schmidt's dme
store Miss N'ellie Mc.Mullen. 25m.
Tallman & Co.'s. Mrs. Wesley Mat
lock. 20O: at Brock & .McComas. Miss
Maude Sheridan. 1 This is the first
dav of the contest and each dav
hereafter a list of the vote will tie
... aml thp nrlnte,i
Mr Wilson is starting out todJj
In his advertising of the fair. A car
load of paper will be herehls even
ing or tomorrow and will btflistrlb
uted over the county at all of the
points where It will attract the In
terest of the people. Special letters
of Invitation will be sent out to the
men of the county to come here ana
attend the fair and also to bring wun
them their fine stock for exhibition.
Between this time and the latter
part of the coming week all of "he
county will be adverised an' from
the indications a most succisssful
time will be had.
ROBERT SEMPLE DIES.
Av,av at His Home After
Robert Semple died at his home on
Hyde street this morning at 7:3"
o'clock of consumption, from which
he had suffered for some time. Mr
Semple was not considered to be
dangerously ill until a 'few days ago
when he pthu- u-nrse nnd raiiMlv
sank He was 3S years old and !
leaves a mother and father and two !
sisters The brother. W. W. Somple.
died from typhoid fever not fong ago.
The funeral will be held tomorrow at
2 o'clock from the residence and the
iiuerrinew win ne nan in uiney ,-em-
nr ine countv inert at ) ni nnrv vos.
, teruay morning He was about SO
years of age and had for some time
been afflicted with cancer of the
stomach, from which he died.
The deceased was the father of
Mi. J. E. Smith of this city and of
Mrs. Cable and Mrs. Wilson of Pilot
Rock. The funeral will tie held to
da from the late residence
James H. Gwynn and J. T.
Will Attend Pythian Grand
At the regular meeting of the
, Knights of Pythias held In their hall
1 last evening, delegates were elected
l to the grand lodge, which meets In
Portland October 13. At this time
James H. Gwynn was elected to rep
I resent the local lodge In the Portland
i meeting J. T. Hlnkle is the holu
ovei delegate and will go with Mr
I Gwynn. After the routine of the
, meeting had been transacted the
louge aajourneil to the banquet hall 1
1 where a repast was served and a so-,
: Hal hour spent very pleasantly
NOT WEST'S SON.
He Says the Man Found at Poitland
is Someone Else, l
The report coming from Portlanu 1
tha- the body of a man found in the 1
river at that place had been Identl-
new wie sun oi reler West of
tin- i- iv has been refuted by Mr
j xf-t. He says that his son, Centen-
nial v.,i ag here not long ago and
l a- m u . no' in the least resem-
" mi. ni.i who was found
.Mure mat that the
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1303,
rUdi attii nns not -
. i K- i
- - v. i
There if ou.
Will Teach at Moscow.
f , r whuicana
Mine uia """'r- . -
XVash.. left this Boraing ior
a ....... ..-.tn hui luinfuu. "
... - cho nag
lor - vii.,. ..... r- - ,
been the Kuest
nr MH HHILT .HID.
- t wi win
" . . ...
i Hlnkle. ror some mu
make a brief visit with hr n"p?tR
before returning uas-.
where gBe i8 employe! In tne smiiouia
! the city.
Plumbers on a Strike.
Joe Basler has returned from a trip
, Portland where he went ""'
ne and pleasure combined. He at
mnted to set a plumber while in
the Plty hu, MM. H to J
plumber on a ; strike In I oru an h
he ay. hut none would Ieae me
I Had $14.10 Over.
I W G Hodder. the treasurer of the
labor Day celebration fund, reports
itiiat the receipts exceed the ex-
p7us by Jus, JH.10. The receipts
i were 777 and the expenditures were
Come From Portland.
w . Wrlht ,.r Port
..... ..-.. - .-- ,,, i.
.land, but formerly oi ueu ire ... ....
; are In the city to atieno uie
of .Mrs Mary Wright, in ye. iw
Will Attend College.
Dale iilusber. accompanied by his
guest Will Slusher of Chicago, left
for the East last night where they
will enter college for the coming
Goes to Los Angeles.
.1 F N'owlin. county superintend'
ent l-ave:. this evening for Los Ange
les on a business trip. Me win
sone a couple of weeks.
To Attend State Fair.
Harry Thompson left this morning
for Portland and Salem, his old
home, where he will visit friends and
attend the state fair.
Notice Modern Woodmen.
All members of Tutuilla Cnmr are
requested to meet at the Owl Tea
S D. m.. to arra'ic n i"v
funeral of Neighbor Robert Sempl-
Demott Is Better.
fVnrce R Oemott. the grocei
out this afternoon after a
ties from rheumatism
Go to tne Coast.
Mr and Mrs. Casper 'an Dran
have gone to Portland. Salem and
their old home at Albany for -a visit
Attending Grand Lodge.
William Roesch is in Portland at
tending the grand lodge ot 'he Sons
The remarkable increase in consumption
;roTes its purity and wholesomeness.
ONE POUND 25 CENTS
With a Coupon
Suits to Your i
To be smart, stylish and
shape-retaining, clothes must
be made to order and to the
measurements of the man who
Is to wear them. Even the
best ready-made clothes never
fit properly, and quickly lose
their shape and become baggy.
If yon want to get away from
the ready-made habit, let us
make your next suit. We guar
antee a fit.
Near St feorgt Hotel
rati to cure Rheumatism. For Sa:v bv ' I
A. C V r tf , ".. .. .v. ti . ... . e. . , T
D f New
York City Is
, --aionci -
I in Pendleton.
v. onanlrolt of the
1 tlon Army will begin tonight at the
Thomson street M.
- i,.t,i hv one
series or mceui 7' the
nf in lines i iiuimh. .
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- n. r r 1 1 ' nisi nut.
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1 ITnl.al KIQIPS iiaOIO.lll
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servtces win w
will be held at 3
i The first service
n m. ronowea oj
tomorrow afternoon and at i tomor
row night a. the same place, and lur
there services at the same -ours ana
... , .... n muilTint, HI
place on Thursday.
In said of Colone Brensie ui
?JS IJn ,.e have been convert
over G.Oflf people have
" mnnr his ministrations during the
:.:: .u. vor He Is also one or
He Is also
the foremost authors In the Army.
i,u;" .k- av
Colonel Brengle is accompanies i
his wife, also a speaker and writer oi
recocnlzed prominence ami ainnu
Pure crystal Ice
more than Inferior
much cleaner and
Phone Main 1SS1
don't cost an
Ice and i so
I),, viiii w..rt ' .'iir liushands to bt.
Jressi'.i If so seHcl them to the bT. JOE STORE for one
of ourien liratrd B Kupptnheimer -u:ts. This clothing is
made r.ul-i -.rimmed nht. vvrar well, good fitters, and
always gi V satistai tion
MOTHERS MOTHERS MOTHERS
Do yoi. want your children tu have a suitable school suit at
right pni.es if so semi them or bring them to the St. Joe
Store A nice cap free with tath boxs suit Remember
tl i- sa e xv.il .ast all this wei k en 'mg Sat. night, Sept 19.
i LYONS MERCANTILE CO.
The Big Boston Store
Vx't haven t liurritc; the Fail Exhibits We have wa 'ed in
buxing until we were certain .is to xvhat were the ntxv and
proper materials, new styles in waists and skirts. We have
them now on our counters. We wish to show you what we
have accomplished, and xve thing you will say xve haxi done
ourselves honor as to assortments am! 'nfinite credit as tr low
Ladies New Black Tailor Made Skirts. Ladies'
Shirt Waists in Mercerized Wool. Ladies' Fine
Silk Lace Waists. Ladies'
coats. Ladies' Fine Lace
Ladies' Silk Coats for Fall.
THE FINEST PEAU DE SOIE
SILK IN THE CITY FOR $5.
Gt your gun am' Ammumtir.r
i carried iv
H. J. STILLMAN, AMSSK
Repairing of al' Kind
m i n it 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
I The Leaders
The Always Satisfactory
The Wilson coal .n.il
here only by us. Goal
S ' J9 20 Wood stoves rauciiiL' in nricr- from
:T-.o0 to $20. ur stoves are now ready for your;
THOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
621 Main St. Headquarters for fishinc ennnhes
Used For Past
It i with pleasure I recommend
voiir Mfebuoy Soap for all houH'hoJd
ue where a P)"1 fllsltifectnnt and
clesuer Is neeclwl. In my opinion it
ha w equal, and have used It for the
past two venrs. Elizabeth Tomliuon
J217 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia.
A SUPERIOR DISINFECTANT
i fmil Lifebuoy Soap eoual toalU.,,
. It , wl nriAurfnlln uin,.
i-iaim kt h, . "Y-""-. "'umunn
- it a a superior dUmfectant for all
hoti-e hoW Prpw. u 18 wpwtaU,
coou in caw "'."""S". ' )n-
mt. nu i -"eases. n. r. unnas. Dm,.
RM. for Kerry and Ilelmout St.,
, )(,elli jiaiiS
KOK 6A1.E BY
OWL TEA HOUSE
well and becomingly
aVery Truly ToursMBHMMm
Elegant Silk Petti
and Lisle Hosiery.
m?r m the j,mu busineM A full'"''
n 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 hhihimh
rnrvrl 1-Trv 4 14 nn .lied
stoves raneinc in nrice from I
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