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DAILY EAST OREGON.AN. PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1903,
To clean up tho balance of our overcoats wo
make the following sweeping reductions:
$7.00 Coats go at $5-00
$8.00 Coats go at $5.75
$9.00 Coats go at $6.75
$J0.00 Coats go at $7.50
$ J 2.50 Coats go at $9.50
$14.00 Coats go at $i t.50
All other price coats not montioned aro ro
duced in same proportion.
saer k Oaky
729 MAIN STREET
Heavy winds Christmas ilay illil
damage amounting to $100,000 in
The Sharon, (I'a.) Steel Hoop
Company will reduce the wages of
Its 1.200 employes 10 per cent, Janu
Albert I.ea Co..oj?o, Albert l.ea,
Minn., has made an assignment and
been closed. It was a Presbyterian
The Hardwood Export Company
and K. L. Smith Lumber Company, of
St. Iuis, have failed for $700,000.
The value of the mineral output of
Utah for 1903 amounts to $21,333,.
75S, an increase over 1902 of approx
The Stato University of Vermont
will celebrate tho 100th anniversary
of tho graduation o( Its first class, '
soon. It was chartered In 1791. j
David Strong, president of Colum-1
bla University, advocates a shorter
college course and shorter curricu
lum for nil the institutions of higher
Tourists and commercial travelers
all testily that .Manchuria is being
heavily and continuously colonized
by Russian farmers, artisans and
The government pays the same for
the transportation of malls that it
did 20 years ago, whilo freight and
express chnrges on nearly everything !
else have been reduced. j
The Oallogo Flouring Mills, at i
Richmond, Va., burned Christmas
day. Ijss, $150,000. They were the",
largest flouring mills In any south
ern stato outside of Texas.
Ilids on the Philippine land bond
Issue of $7,200,000 for the purchase
of the lriars lands, will be received I
at Washington up to January 11. '
Pendleton Investors take notice. j
The volcano Popocatepetl, in Mex
ico, is for sale for $5,000,000 and will ;
probably bo bid In by an American !
syndicate, which will exploit it for
sulphur and other mineral deposits.
O. W Hunt, Portland.
M. E. How, Chicago.
John J. Iiolling, city.
Andrew Cnmeglo, Hriggsou.
Airs. Edward M. Morse, Athena,
J O. Slekwood, Toledo.
P. C. Hownrd and wife, Walla
James Oerlle, Seattle.
H. E. Porter and wife, Meuchnm.
Ell Multoy, Livingston.
Charles E. Mossor, Portland.
W. it, Howard, Spoknnu.
J. 1). Kelly, Walla Walla .
W. I), Marks, Spokane.
W. I). Chamberlain.
T. O. Halioy and family, city.
J. C. I.indsoy, Portland.
A. G. Littleton lind wife.
Charles E. Darker, Richmond.
Thomas Jobe, Hot Lake.
h. W. White, Portland.
W. II, Glendcmung, Portland.
O. 1). Oalloy, Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. lionnett.
K. J. Moore, San Francisco.
PACIFIC N0RTHWE8T NEWS.
Joseph Trlpeor, of Cove, Union '
county, was robbed of $117 Saturday. I
tho proceeds of a Christmas ball ,
given by him In a now hall on
It. Haddon, Now York.
F. Maurice, Now York.
II. Carter, Now York.
Mr. and Mrs. Walsh, New York.
Carson Davenport, New York,
J. J. Sambrook, Now York.
Kd Kelly, Now York.
J. A. Nelson and wife, city.
.Mrs. .Myrtle Hemphill, Now York.
E. 1). Hatch, Now York.
H, C. Adams, Weston.
Otis Heck and wife, Athena.
Pauline Simpson, Weston.
Frank Nelson, city.
Ralph Tachella, city.
J. T. Lalng, city.
J. M. Hartnott, city.
It. C. Lawrence and wife, Maker
E. E. Looutz and wile, La Orande.
W. C. Behrens, city.
L. Ankony, Walla Walla
N. Ankony, Wnlla Walla.
D. J. Kirk, Milton.
W. L. Shaw, Milton.
L. L. Simpson, Baker City.
J. W, Garrison, Forest Orove.
W. J. Moore, Spokane.
Charles Hess, Milton.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
by local applications, as they cannot reach
tlf dlseawil nortlon at thi, .or. T1irp la
Angus MePhail has been sentenced un,L R'H"ViJ&J&
to hang at Everett, for the murder caused by an Innamwl condition of tho
of Fred Anderson, two months ago. ' .,'cn,'f ., 'nl?B ' . Kuatachlan Tnbe.
The crimo was committed at Darring- ruufuMn"' 'Jou'ornr? aiTanu
ton, near Everett. whn It Is entirely closed. Deafness Is the
, , ,hn wnol,l,,i.inn rp"ut. """I unlwm the Inllummatlon can be
four members of tho Washington taken out and this tobo restored to Its
State University Gleo Club, making I normal condition, bearing will be cle
a tour of the stato. were arrested at 'troyed forerer; nine cases out of ten ore
iXnoS.Lttor scaling vino Afo. b
glasses and billiard balls, Just In fun, faces.
at KUensburtr. w wl" S,T 0n! Hundred Dollars for
Richard Scbrain was placed in the that cannot be cured by Hairs Catarrh
city Jail at Oakland, Cal., Saturday,
supposedly drunk. Ho died In a few
hours, when It doveloped that ho was
not drunk at all, but was suffering
Irom a broken skull.
Tho West Union Baptist church, of
Hlllsboro, celebrated tho 50th anni
versary of Its founding Sunday. Sor.
vices are still held In the original
church house built SO years ago.
The stato depository law of Idaho,
by which the Idle funds in the stato
treasury woro to be deposited in pri
vate banks to bo designated by a
state board, has boon declared uncon
stitutional by tho supreme court.
QUITE A GOOD PLAY, DUT
MR. ROD80N WAS NOT HERE
Care. Hend for circa lam. free.
V. J. CIIENBY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold ry druggist. 73c.
Hall's family Pills are the best.
OREGON NOT IGNORANT.
Stands Third In List of States in
Freedom From Illiteracy,
Oregon stands third in tho list of
states In freedom from illiteracy, tho
percentages, out of 100, for the three
leading states being; Nebraska,
99.CC ; Iowa, 99.63: Oregon, 99.58.
The test involves tho ability of
children botween 10 and II years old
to road and write. Washington comes
I'fia- nil Dn tin nu fllfntllncr Hnn VflK .
-1 I ,Ih.1a... rilna In a Cill, IUWJ!U'
uivuuiug nuiuun v.u
of gasollno, when tho fluid exploded j
doing $500 damago to mo nouso anai
TWO LETTERS ABOUT TRIB.
t la Real Estate
3300 acres good wheat land
Well watered and improved.
12.50 per acre,
1000 acre stock ranch. AH
fenced. Raises 200 tons of
hay; has running water, open
rangonear by, $5000.
iio-room 'house and two
.lots. Modern conveniences.
All on Easy Terms.
E. T. WADE & SON
1' O. lloi SU
Phone Black 1111 Offlce In'K, O. Bldg
Man Who Was Willing to Try and
A, S. Burroughs, Baker City, Ore.,
Doc. 15, 1902, wroto: "I have been a
very hard drinker for twenty, years,
fow peoplo drank moro than 'l. If
your THIIJ is a euro I want It." On
May 1C, 1903, Mr. Burroughs wroto:
"It Is a pleasure for mo to recom
mend THIIJ no a cuio fortho liquor
habit. It has now beon six months
since I completed a euro with TUIB.
I have novcr had bettor health. I eat
well and sleep woll. I bollovo it Is
thu best euro for tho liquor addiction
yet placed upon tho market."
From llnwmnn'H ranch, on McKay
creok, seven miles from Moacham, In
October, threo head of horses. Ono
3-year-old roan .uorso, branded Q on
loft hip, Ono 2-year-old bay horse,
branded Q on left hip. Ono 2-yenr.old
bay. Ally, branded Q on loft hip. A
reasonable rowurd will bo paid for In
.formation leading to the recovery.
Address W, Ilrummett, Moacham, Or.
His substitute Was Excellent, But an
Understudy, Just the Same The
Pendleton Public Will Not Forget
the Incident Before the Coming 01
Next Season The Cast In General
Was Strong and Satisfactory,
Ono of thu best Iiouso'b of tho sen
son gnthored at the Frazor last Sat
urday night to hear Hlchard Carvel,
and Incidentally to witness thu acting
of Andrew Kobson In tho tltlo role.
The nudlenco saw a very good show,
but not tho same as It was last year
by some degrees, for It was now In
nearly nil of the parts, and the old
fnoos woro missed In most of them.
Those who attended the piny when
It was hero Inst year woro disap
pointed In tho acting of Mr. Uobson,
and were sympathetic. They nil
seemed to see that he had become
taller during the year, like a young
boy In his teens, and also that he had
become much thinner, nnd they nmr
veled at thu changu in acting and
voice nnd his falling off. Tho fact of
the matter Is that tho noted man had
fallen off In Portland about four
nights before, and nt the time that
Pendleton was congratulating hurself
nt havinf, a treat In store, ho was in
the city taking a rest. Mrs. J, W.
Bennett, tho wife of the manager,
and the lady who plays tho part of
Patty Swain, said betoro the perform
ance that Mr. Uobson had been taken
sick four night before, and had gone
on to Portland for trentment.
Whether he was troubled with too
much Christmas or with an attack of
appendicitis has not been ns yet told
to his anxious nnd loyal friends In
this city who went to tho thentur
Saturday night to see and hear ills
It Is presumed that Mr. Bennett
was so worried that ho forgot to tell
tho manager of thu Frazor, nnd so
the people were deluded. Of course,
it Is of llttlo consequence, nnd Pen
dleton Is tho favorite place for tho
non-niipearnnco of tho leading play
ers; but out of common courtesy and
honesty and fair dealing, if the man
agement of the company possesses
such unimportant characteristics, an
announcement should have been
made of the Illness of Mr. Uobson.
Perhaps Mr. Bennett will think of It
by tho next time lie conies to the
city, and will tell wny he forgot. If
ho does not, the peoplo will feel a lit
tle hard towards him for this is not
the first of April.
But tho play itself was very good.
though not ns pleasing as last season.
About the only actress not now to
this city on the stage was Pricilla
Knowles, in tho part of Patty Hwaln,
and her Interpretation of her part
was oven bettor than It was when
she wns here before. As tho little,
half-audacious, half-prudish and whol
ly irrepressible Patty, she won tho
audience, and went side by side with
Miss Maimers in thu leading part as
played by .Margaret Gallagher.
Tho play as a whole was a good
uvonlng'n entertainment, and had it
not been for the lack of courtesy In
the management in allowing tho main
part to bo substituted with no an
nouncement as to tho cause, it would
have been entirely satisfactory.
PATTI IN PORTLAND.
GAME LAW TOO FIERCC.
Carter Bill for Protect'on of Game
Died In the Senate. ,
After nn Interesting nnd nmuslng
discussion, a bill proposed in tho sen
ate by Senator Carter, providing for
the protection of certain species of
game, particularly deor, In Klnmnth
nnd U1U0 counties, failed to boo thu
light of day, having received but 15
The bill provided for the protec
tion of gnmo during 11 closed senson
prescribed, which was quite satisfac
tory to all or a majority of tho mom.
hers, but tho chief objection, which
resulted In tho ultlninto dofeat of tho
bill, was the character of the punish
inout Imposed for Its violation. '
Only minor lines nnd Imprisonment
in the penalties woro provided for
the slaughter of small gamu out of
season, but othur sections proscribed
that lu case or tno violation uiurrui,
Hint Is, thu willful killing of deer out
of season, upon conviction for tho
second offense, tin violator thereof
would be Hilbjcct to u lluu of not less
than $U00 or moro than $1,000, or Im
prisonment in tho penltuntlnry ror n
term of not .ess than ono year nor
more than three years. '1 .us punish
ment seemud too sovoro to a major
ity of the members and was tho
source of the bill's defent.
BRYAN ABROAD. I
For a Few OH, !
Lantiqoe Ware V
Perfect ft W. XT
Thic tc n
.i r r "ll
dui kw pieces leit this offer willnotl
London Paper's Estimate or the Ne
The Westmlnstor Gn.ctto or Ixui
don gives notice or tho arrival of
William Jennings Bryan upon Albi
on's shores in tho following: '
"That most Interesting Individual
ity. W. J. Bryan, who Is on a visit
to this country, Is only 111 yenrs old.
He first distinguished himself In
America as an orator who udvocated
the tariff for revenue only. He was
elected to congress In 1890, nnd be
came n conspicuous supporter of trie
Tree coinage of silver till lfiHli, when
he was nominated for the presidency,
to the surprise of everybody. Andrew
Carnegie In criticising his policy re
ferred to him ns 'Bryan the conjurer,'
but added, 'He and his wife are mod
els of purity In tiiolr simple lives,
kind neighbors and earnest in their
desire to do their part toward mak
ing the world a llttlo better.'"
Noted Singer Making a Farewell
Tour of America.
Madam Adnltna Pnttl will nine nmi
night In Portland, on January II.
The Armory has been engaged for
tho occasion ami hundreds of inquir
ies aro now reaching Calvin Helllg,
under wlioso direction Pattl will sing,
Tho famous prima donna will be
supported by a company of tho best
musical artists to bo found in Eur
ope, in charge of Itoraualdo Saplc,
who has conducted tho former Amer
ican performances of Pattl.
Paul's first American performance
was given at the old Academy of
Music, Now York City, on Novomber
24, 1869. This is her farewell tour.
Big School Teachers' Union.
Practically all thu public school
teachers In Now York city havo been
brought Into a big trade union num.
bcrlng 13,000 members. It is known
m the "Intorborough Council of
Teachers." Except for walking dole
gates the Intorborough Council pos
sesses all tho attributes of a trade un.
Ion, although tho teachers Insist that
there Is a wldo difference In their or
ganization. Overtures for affiliation
with the Chicago Teachers' union and
with tho Central Fodorntlon Union of
Now York havo beon rejected, but It
is propnoHiea that thoy will all got lo
gother In duo tlmo,
Steel Workers Quit.
Not all the steel workers aro quiet
ly submitting to reductions In wages.
Those employed by tho Inland Stool
company at Indiana Harbor have an
nounced to the management that thoy
would not accept any such proposition
and went on otrlkc. Tho men were
told that tho mill would bo shut down
indefinitely, and both tho open hearth
and blooming mills woro also ordored
closed. Theso men aro not organ
ized, and now it Is proposed to form
a union of tho open hearth workors
In Indiana Harbor, Sou'h Chicago and
South Deorlng somo COO In all.
A Frightened Horse,
Hiiniilng like mad down tho street,
dumping tho occupants, or a hundred
other accidents, aro every day occur
rencos. It behooves ovorybody to
havo a rcliablo Salvo handy and
there's none as good as Bucklon's
Arnica Salvo. Burns, Cuts, Soros,
Eczema nnd Pllos disappear quickly
under Its soothing affect. 2Gc at Toll
man & Co.'s drug store
Thqro Is only 0110 eonulno P, I, n.
Fight Will Se Bitter.
Those who will persist In closing
their ears agolust the continual rec
ommendation of Dr. King's Now Dis
covery for Consumption will havo a
long and bitter fight with their trou
bles, If not ended enrllur by fatal ter
mination. Itead what T. H. Beall of
Benll, Miss., has to say: "Last fall
my wife had ovory symptom of con
sumption. She took Dr. King's New
Discovery after uvorythlng else had
failed. Improvement came nt once
and four bottles entirely cured her."
Guaranteed by Tollman Co., drug
gists. Price r,0c and $1.00, Trial bot
Btiilleil with walnuts
and BON BONS
Uy the bo
F. W. Schmidt
BROCK & McCOMAS
YOUR CREDIT IS G(
For ono of our high-grade Sdwing Macti
Tho Singer is acknowledged to be the d
poneci sowing machine built. Tioej
provon 11 10 uo 1110 best machine for anJ
puau. v wumu ue jJiuuBua 10 nave Yoati
a Singer on trial. We know what thetS
win 00, ior a trial proves its merits. Aa
payment down and the balance in easjp
I Office 5o9 College Street
I P. A. LOVETANG, Manai
! REMOVES WRINKLl
I IN A FEW TREATMENTS
rue l-rench Bcautv Doctor, will improve the aw
ance of all Ladies who call She makes 1 spi
of nlivsical culture and developing and remortsi:
ishes from the face. Feet treated. German tnJ
ing remedies for Rale.
Mis Newman will give LESSONS in the 1
beautifying to some lady.
Olltco Hours, 3 30 tc 9 p. ni.
Druggist, Post-office Block t
Phone Main 851 i
ONE WAY OUT.
A Resident of Pendleton Shows the
Only one way to cure a baa back.
Liniments anil plasters may relieve
Thoy won't euro It.
Ilackacho moans alck kidneys
IIU""1'" Kldnuy Pllla cure a" Wdnoy
Pendleton peoplo prove tills.
nead a caso of It:
Mrs. J. JJrynk, who llvos on Star
street says: "Doan's Kidney Pills
aro a grand modlcino, as I know from
exporlenco, and 1 have no hesitation
n saying that any sufforer from
baekacho or other klilnoy troubles
who will give thorn a fair trial, will
bo more than woll satisfied with tho
results. I sufforod for three or four
years with sharp pains In my back
which became acuto whon 1 attempt
ed o bend over, or to lift anything.
Besides. I had rhouinatlsm or juiiibaKU
In my left arm so bad that I could
not ralsq It nbovo my shouldor with
out uslstanco from my loft hand. I
saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
and got a box nt tho Hrock & McCo
mas Co. drug storo. When I had
used threo boxes tho baekacho had
.vanlslioa and with it the rheumatic
pains through my nriii."
For salo in.
;;"." T'o.v. ' UUIU kohw rcr tho
Uomombor tlm unmn
and take no other. .
Let tis fill them acd save yon
No matter what votf desire,
elaborate and artistic odd fltuotl
set for any room, or for n
vocr entire hocse, or phtajffgggj
J 1-1.1 . oto fiaVft It,
uiy ueaKsipiiuur tt - - -
take eleasure in showing 1L
out large and complete cjgjgJ
new roods. Most attractive!
line of IRON BEDStoPw
shown in otf r stock. Cgg
oleums to please the fancio
Complete Furoitare Store. "etf
with all "rrf'j
...ake Christ ').
uii of yur wr.n
.i.ut lot hes "
bun"1" 1 1
" For sale nt the East Orenonlan of flcj- a WJ