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DAILY EAST OHGGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1903.
Shoes - Beautiful Shoes
Long lived and luxuriously comfortable are not a dream
by any means. They can be, and are made. The)
art: scaicc only because most stores insist on good fat
profits. The best Three Dollar Shoe for Women will
Hot stand fat proltts, or they would not be the best
Queen Quality Jj.oo shoes for women arc such shoes,
and we unhesitatingly offer them with the assurance
that there arc no others so good.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
I Phono Main 1181.
I GOOD SHOES CHEAP
COUNCIL WILL DISCUSS
NEXT CITY MARSHAL.
Various Candidates Will Be Put Un
der the Council's X-Ray Eye for a
Brief Spell This Evening Members
of Council Will Compare Sent).
ments and Choice.
The members of the city council
will meet in caucus this evening to
decide on who will bo tbu next city
marshal. It has been thought best
to do this and nt the same time to ar
range any details that can be arrang
ed In order that the llrst meeting of
the new council will bo harmonious
and not disturbed uy tnu discussion
of the choice of tne oillccrs.
It has not been definitely decided
where the caucus will be held, but it
Is thought In the office of the city re
corder. There are five activo candi
nates for marshal: Ilcrt Wilson, ho
night man at Swcarcngen's; John
deathman, .Toe Hlnkley, C. L. .Me
diants and Mat Carney. All of them
are confident that they have a very
good show for the place, If they have
not the best of It. llcsldes the of
fice of marshal there will ho no ap
pointments of any Importance for the
round) to make, as the recorder will
bo the same as at present, unless
Judge Fitz Gerald resigns.
C. E. WALKER DEAD.
Was III With Typhoid Pneumonia
Lived in This Vicinity 17 Years.
C. E. Walker died In this city yes
terday evening after an Illness of
"nine days with typhoid-pneumonia, at
the age of 31 years. The deceased
was a well Known young man, having
made this city and county his homo
for the past 1" years, during which
time bo followed many occupations,
for some time being In charge of a
crow on railroad construction work.
He had been ailing tor over a month
before at last giving up and going to
bed. At first It was thought that he
was not seriously ill. but his case
soon became serious,' and he rapidly j
grow worse until death came.
H. W. Walker, of
father of the deceased, reached the
city this morning and will remain
until after tho funeral, which will be
What they are labeled, and
nothing else Schilling's Rest
at your grocer's; rnoneyback.
; not good,
t "To Fetch the People you
In this doctrine is manifested in the grca't Success we
have m'Jt with in the sale of good products. We
have always tried to serve the public well not well
today, passably so tomorrow, and well enough the
next day but "always good alike."
That we have " fetched " the people there
is no gainsaying.
Trade is won and held by the sale of meritorious
goods. Evidence of this fact is not far to seek.
A GOOD BEGINNING
Fcr the New Year will help to make it one of the most
successful of your life. If you haven't been among
our many satisfied customers, we invite you to join
them in iyo.j, and we will try by every kair means to
make you glad you have done so. Our large trade
shows the public appreciate good goods. We keep
only the hkst, f Uave. tbe largest variety of Groceries
and Fruits in the t to select from.
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
hold tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'eloc.
under tin- nusnlces of the Hodmen,
Mr. Walker IwvIiik been n member
of the lodge nt ToKou, wnsh.
LEWIS 3CHJOOT DEAD.
Oldest Man at Poor Farm Passes
Away With Paralysis.
Lewis Sehjoot, tliu oldest man at
the county poor farm, tiled at that
placu last night of paralysis, after an
illness of some duration. The de
ceased was years of age, and
came to the poor farm i:i years ago
on the i:lth of November, last. He
was n native of Norway, niid has for
a long time .icon one of the charac
ters of the poor farm, where ills
kindly disposition mane him a favor
ite with the officers nun the inmates.
At the time of Ills commitment
Sehjoot was an old man and broken
health made It necessary for him to
he made a charge of the county. The
funeral will be heiil tomorrow Ironi
the uuiertnKlng parlors of linker &
WILL ATTEND CONVENTION.
Umatilla County Stockmen Preparing
to Go to National Meeting In Larpe
Stockmen from nil parts of Uma
tilla county are preparing to go to
the meeting of the National Live
stock convention, which will be held
In Portland on January 11 to 15. The
woolgrowes will meet on January
11, and Immediately niter their ad
journment the fcosslons of the Na
tional Association wnl convene, mak
ing five ilnys of continuous meetings.
Portland lias mailt; elaborate nreii
aralloiis for the meeting, having
raised $10,OUO for the purpose of en
tertaining the delegatos and visitors.
This meeting will probably be at
tended by 2,000 Htocknien trom all
parts of the United States, and some
of the must important questions ever
discussed by any meeting held in Or
egon, will be considered, and Oregon
stockmen are deeply interested in the
John Morrison's Will Will
' tested January 4.
A largo number of witnesses luive
i been subpoenaed for the meeting of
oldondaie. the',,le probate court, which is called lor
January I. when the contest of the
will left by John .Morrison is schedul
ed for a hearing. The contestants in
tho case claim tnat the deceased was
not of sound mind at the time of. his
death, and was Ihorefnro tumble In
properly dispose of his property.
Tnoro Is mitio an estate involved In
the contest, mid a good deal of in
terest in the case is being manifested
by those who are connected with it In
must Serve Them Well1' f
GIG RABBIT DIE
LARGEST OF SEASON
ON NEW YEARS' DAY.
Butter Creek District Will Be Picket,
ed by Hunters and Wide Territory
Covered Cannery People Can
Handle All the Drlvo Yields Cold
Storage Facilities Enlarged Rab
bits Are Becoming More Numer
The most extensive rabbit drlvo of
tim KoiiKon will he organized on nut
ter creek on Now Year's day. II Is
the Intoiu.on lo begin some distance
back on Hatter creek and cover sov-
cral miles In extent, ending nt some
milnt not vet determined upon
wimrn it will be most convenient and
likely to result In the greatest catch
Slnen tho eatmerv has started and
them is some honnticinl two for tho
rabbits, more Interest will bo taken
In their destruction after this. Mnny
of the farmers In i,int district havo
hesltntod to slaughter the iinlmals
by wholesale, where they wore left
lying In the pens, with no possible
use for them. Hut now that there is
a humane and profitable means of
disposing of them, everybody Is unit
ed on tnelr destruction,
In the sago brush Hats on Ilutter
eieek the number of rnhblts has mill
tlplled so greatly In the pust two or
three vrars that tuuy am now an
actual menace to tho young crops of
ulfnlfn on tne outside of tho settle-
This inow Year's drive will bo or-
canl.ed with a view to securing the
greatest possible number of rabbits,
mill teams will leave Helm In th
morning lor the scene of tbu drive,
currying all the available population
of that little burg nnd us many as go
from Pendleton and other points.
The cold weather will enable the
cannery people to care for all the
rabbits caught, ns the cold storage
facilities have been enlarged. The
nii'iiinls are fat and plump nnd in
prime condition to use In the tan-
Yesterday's Rabbit Drive.
The rabbit drive at Kcho yester
day resulted in the capture of about
i'iOO American hare. Only a small
crowd was In nttendance and a very
small territory covered.
STUDENTS' GREWSOME PRANKS.
Place Skeleton in a Woqon Near the
Altar of the Auditorium.
The State College auditorium stage
at Pullman, Wash., was decorated by
some students on uuriwimsf ivvv
Theso students exercised some ot
their stored up energy nnd displayed
artistic ability. Tho decorations tin
tho stage were composed of a iin
bor wngon, two stuffed black "bears,
two stuffed fawns, a cow's skeleton,
a hog's skeleton nnd the skeleton oi
some lll-futed human,
The wagon was placed In the mid
dle of the platform, while the bony
frame of some cow, which hud sub
mitted itself to the care of the veter
inary department some six months
ago, was hitched to the wagon
tongue as though destined to haul the
The load consisted of the skeleton
of one hog, which at home past date
was also .intrusted to tile medical
care of the students of tho voiorln
itry department, nnd two largo blncl;
hears which Wore Standing Upright.
The two fawns brought up the rear.
This ridiculous scene was made
more laughablo by tho presence of
the human bones. Tho skeleton was
standing just In front of the largo
wagon ami behind the chapel desk.
The long finger Hones weio pointing
to the chapel Illble, which was open
at me iiitriy-oigiiin rsaim, wu'eu
reads: "There is no soundness In my
Ilesh because of tltlnc angor: neither
Is thero any rest In my hones bo
causa of my sin," etc. A lighted
caudle was placed beside the Illble
Photographs of Shaplish, Umapine
and Sampkin in Sunday Spokase.
Accompanying nu article on -the
"Shcopeator campaign" In the Sun
day Spokesmnn-ltovlow, nro Moor-
house photographs of Charles Shai-
lish, or "Whirlwind," uniapmo anu
Sampkin, Umatilla Indians, who fig
ured prominently In that memorable
campaign against the Salmon river
Tho article Is in story form, writ
ten by Charles N. Crowdson, aB hav
ing been related by Major Moorhousn
In a visit to tho Umatilla reservation.
Tho photographs nro of the usual
high standard of Major Moorhotiso's
pictures nnd add a thrilling Interest
to tho narrative.
MRS. TERPENING MAY RUN.
Has Returned to Colombia County,
.Mrs,, C, 8. Terpenlng has returned
to Columbia county, Washington,
whoro sho has charge of one of tho
schools of that county, after n visit
In tho elty with hor family, whq ro-
side here, Mrs. Terponhig was for
two terms tho county superintendent
of Columbia county, and hVir friends
nro now urging her to make tho raco'
ngnln, and nro assuring her that In
the aveut that sho does sho Is sure
GYP8IE8 BREAK CAMP.
At Last Accounts They Were
tlned for Echo,
Tho gypsy camp that bus been for
some time near the ball grounds, has
broken up and tho dusky travelers
havo started for some Molds more
and claim that thoy will "t V 8U the
city for some tlmo again. The r prin
cipal kick Is that they wore disturb
ed In thulr Christians celebration uy
tho police, and bad to leave In ho
city treasury practically all of tho
money collected bore.
Three of tho men wore lined 10
each for being drunk and for lighting
nnd they paid tho money I"'" ''o city
recorder's ..mills In half dollnrs, nuar
tcrs dimes and ulckles. From the
time lukoti to scrnpo the niuney to
nether and the reluctanco with which
It wa. produced. It was evident thnt
II was tho larger part of the capital
of tho company. Two hours after
the fine linti been pniu me i-iunp "
on tbe move bound for Kcbo, whore
they hope to be better received.
FOR HIGHER ASSESSMENT.
Washington Assessors Will Raise All
"Tho sentiment of the meeting was
r. i, i, -hm- nKKOHRmcnts of railroad
pioporty In tills slate, said County
Assessor Dayton Stuwnrt, or Spokane,
who has just returned from a meet
ing of a special committee of tho
State Assessors' Association, lie d
Seattle, says the Dayton Courier
Press. "At tbe lust meeting of the Rtate
association a committee was named
to securu datn upon tho manner rafl
road pioporty Is assessed in otlior
states, and to reconimond a plan for
such assessment In Washington. I
am chairman of that committee, the
other members of wnlch are Kd
ttnnlli ncunURnr nf TUnrco COlllltV: As-
sessor K. H. Allen, of Snohomish
county; Assessor James twiner, ui
Whatcom county; Assessor H. J- Her
ryinnn, of Walla Walla county, and
Assessor F. It. Archer, or Chehalls
"All the members were present nt
the Seattle meeting. Wo Informally
discussed tho mattur 'of our reports,
nnd Inspected such dnta iib hnd been
gathered together. It was defined
that the special committee meet In
Spokane February 1-2 to frame Its
"ilie report will he presented at
the annual meeting of the State As
scssots' Association, which will lie
held In Spokane February 3. Tim
committee will recommend a uniform
assessment throughout tho state for
il,i vnrfmiM i'Iiirsok nf rnllroail nrnn-
erty. What changes, If any, will 1 n
made Ironi past plans of assessment,
teiualn to lie determined latur."
SLOYD IS WELL LIKED.
Professor LeMaster Is Well Pleased
With the Way Pendleton Pupils
Take Up the Work.
Professor LeMnslers, who has
charge of the Sloyd training depart
ment of tlie public schools, In this
city, Is highly pleased witli the man
ner in which I'uiidleton pupils devote
themselves, to the now work,
Tho rudiments of the system have
been thoroughly mustered by tho pu
pils and beginning with the now year
advanced lessons in the nrt will he
taken up. The department is fairly
well equipped for the work and It
promises to be one of the foremost
side brandies of tho public school
studies In this city hereafter.
These Want to Spit.
Tax Commissioner Iru T. Sayre,
living in tho village or T lushing,
Mich., who is nn Invuternte t,obacco
chewer, lias caused u tabor strike In
the vllluge by Inaugurating a crusade
against tin. use or tobacco,
Say re is interested In two business
brick blocks that are in the, course or
construction and Is supervising the
work. One morning Suyre noticed
stains ot tobacco juice upon a newly
laid lloor. He immediately informed
the carpenters that unless thoy stop
ped using tobacco while on duty tUey
might consider themselves dismissed.
Immediately all the men went on a
en lliinlnr n mlnnr wnu kill-
,.,1 liV rn-iyc nt f'tllltm prints nt fn-il
Creek, near Fernlo, 11, C Saturday
The remarkable increase in con
sumption demonstrates its -superlative
merits and wholesomeness.
OftE POUND 25 CTS
BEST FOR THE
if you lmven't i rvorulur, hvaltby nmrment of Uu
dwell vver.v lrt ou'r ill or will be. Keep joui
fentihyrlouriillHloii.U U&nwurous. 'ilt mnntK
4n,Jimuo wen, i-urcc.in iiiu aiitpaor wio
lit.vMlwit, liiual ixtrfivt way uf keiIoi( lb bowcil
EAT 'EM LIKE CANDY
Pleuuit, I'lliUM,, 1'oltnl. Tlto (law), PoOoad
ftr Hick", Wealuil, or llrll, 10, , ilwCtnll
bi-altlj. AddruM ,m
miaisa mount tojmr. nntiui mm.
CHOICE BEEF 80LD.
Sixty-Six Head Purchaaed at Adams
by Nate Rains for Frye-Brulin.
Speaking of tho salo of a bunch or
fnt cottlo from tho vicinity or Ad
ams, tho Advnnco says;
"Nato nalns, of -ondloton, was In
town Saturday buying beof cnttle for
Kryo-Ilruhno Co., of Scnttlo. Ho suc
ceeded In getting CG bead of the flu
est beof cniuo over Rhlpped from
I Rtistom Orogon. Of this number
Oeorgo Light furnishes iu head, A. II.
Todd 21 head, Ieniory Hros. 20 head
nnd C. C. Dnrr fi head.
I "Thoy wore driven from horc to
I'cndloton. Tho price paid was $3.2r,
per hundred for steors and ?2.B0 per
hundred for dry cows."
Changes at Kamela.
Al Itunlco, who has boon running
ono of tho Kamola holpers for the
past six years, will probnbly take a
like position on tho holpor at Telo
ctiflot, 10 miles oust of Union, n in
not known yot who will take bin
plnco ut Kamola. L, 13. Ferguson,
who has also been on a Kamola help
er for four years, Is arranging to
take a frolgnt engine on 'the road,
t s i J u a ST0R
w..w.i Uilu jj.mons for IV..
very liberal patronage during the year ,r,o, 5
assurmg- them of our groat apptcciat.on, 4 '
all a glorious and prosperous New Year
"We ulo desire to announce thnt owlim in , .
that we must take our ANNUAL INVKNTnnv !
i iiiin tvini' hii niir innnric nn ...... .
realizing unit in order to make room furmir imVh)v.S
HKIjHUTIONHnr BP I NO AND Hl'VVFfi iiTSV?
our jiiu jrvvj'jivnmv HAliKon Monday iw,i
We will oiler the preatt-Ht bargain,, mr & ta S
.lleton merehmidiHln,;. We v ,lllt grt!d
your pocketM, In suviiigs. " "uftu 11
WATCH, WAIT AND SAVB Md.N'EY
ST. JOE STORE
i Tho Leaders of Low Prices in l'mlletou
Some of the
Suitable Gifts in Our Store
Knives for Ladies, Gontlemen andBojV
All bizob and shapes. Razors, Table Cut
lery Curving Sots, Shot Chine and Rifles
The new Browning- Automatic SLotGun.a
rtvalution in gun working. Examine this
We handle exclusively in Pendleton the
Rochester Niekle Plate Wai.e.
MONPSON nARuWAKt to,
and White Goods
GET ONE OF OUR HANDBILLS
Uwwmw v MJ s. J.V 'mill
I have a full line of RODGBBS 1847 WAJ
Chafing Dishes, Tassel Mats, Garvere,
Knives for men, boys and ladies, RMr s
fits, nickel plated Waro, etc., tliat wi" i
nico and useful presents .
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CurtsGoCold InOno Day, C: . In 2 Days
rconucnlal, Thoy woro much disgust
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
ed wun mo nospiintuy or innuioton,