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PAILY EAST OREGONIaN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDaV, JANUARY 14,
us a Htm
fc nvc will GIVE AWAY a SHIRT- !
W each Skirt sold I
U FOLLOWING PRICES
L:h 4 oo Skirt yoi get a 0.75 Waist Free
1 EH0 LAND &. LUMBER CO.
Ltfn sen ju oit-ina mia wren, ji nar means
5Dnirr. waists given away.
SURE AND GET A WAIST
E TEUTSCH S
I STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA t
I Get Sunny.
Mr at Martin's
Hiring at Toutscn's
Iftks Thursday nigut.
Ijrpins nt cost at Fall-
1 piano. Apply at wis
aber Thursduy night,
lMde skirts arriving
lirnlshcd rooms to 1 out,
1 Mint ebon when you
I glass put in.
lool shoes that wear
I it Tcutsch s.
t!i to J40-Nolf's,
t tatlsfactlon at Hovf-
: Recs' cigar store.
I tarnished rooms for
If, J. Uark's, 70S Raley.
11 Urst-class piano tint
in. Work guaranteed.
tie main 701 when you
Ready (or service at all
loaedy's cab is at your
tours. 'Phono main
clothes cleanod and
trjer'a, 12C West Court
it his old stand, 221
Irtth a fresh stock rf
I fruits, cigars, etc.
r ud hall Is offered for
ktilnments, parties," pri
Ki and dances. Apply
I ol wanting to leave
It all the books In my
: sale nt vory niason-
II on or address Mrs.
. Got Sunny. U C Rader.
Several loads of cinders for th
hauling, at the Domestic Laundry.
.Mens hats cleaned nnd blocked,
ciouies cleaned nnd pressed. J. J
Comogys, 222 East Court street.
A social will be given to tho clerks
at union hall, Thursday night. All
clerks requested to be present.
Permits for ministers half faro
tickets have arrived at 0. R. & N.
depot. Ministers can get permits by
Pormlts for ministers' half fare
tickets have arrived at 0. R. & K. de
pot. Ministers can get permits
CLARA MATHES COMING.
sot we want to,
; yoit you will
Popular Company Will Play In the
City for a Week.
Starting Monday evening, January
IS, Miss Clara Mathes and her pop
ular company will open an engage
ment at tlio Park theater and will pre
sent their reportolre of recognized
play successes with polite vaudeville
' "Tennessee's Pardner" will be the
first production made here. This
company's production of this ever
popular play is considered one of the
best over seen In the West.
Spnclal scenery, costumes and elec
trical effects are carried for every
play presented by Miss Mathes, and
to wlule away tho time between acts
a special company of vaudeville ar
tists have been engaged and will pre
sent eight distinct specialty features
at each performance.
The engagement Is for six nights
only with a change of play and vaude
ville at each performance.
Plaintiff Alleges Breach of Faith and
Unaccountlng for Money, Both of
Capital and Current Receipts
Asks to Be Made Secure In Hie In-vestments.
CAUSE OF POPULARITY.
Crrrtlt TJ.r..for Xi.t Do to Unman
mini, or ol ihi. I-nn.ll.-
Ho who tells the story Is the owner
or a blue ribbon St. Ilerrvml dog, n
masterly fellow mid winner of ailmlm
t on as well as prizes. l.nst smim.er
the .log went with his master and
family to fashionable resort and wax
there the Center of undiminished In
tcrcst throughout the season.
"It was the most delightful summer
we ever spent." recited the teller nf iim
I Muij ana the owner of the dog the oth
I ir day, "mm tin- people were tho iileost
A .suit was filed In tho clerk's of. I s a "'hole we eer met. Our popu
ficc 'this morning which will come bo-i ,!rlt,y "'I'1 ,"u" M1,,lmrr ''ny was
tore the elrenlt-court at Its session of "n tTl?,!"" "VT mme
nivt u-nni- i ., ,,1 t 1. . ... o tiep.irt K whs with nt) end of sorrow
t-?ii. ni ' " whIh , 11 ,s asked l)y ll,al wv ,,0l'"' l make our adieus Nat-
tno fceno . Drlde to 1 i :i. 11,, 1 .). ...1.1. ....
ceiver lie annotated for
j-ann Ac Lumber Company of Echo,
and that the partnership now existing
between tho plaintiff and Maude Rob
inson, tho defendant in the suit, bo
dissolved and an accounting be mado
of all of tho moneys and notes and
OthOr assets Of the rmnnn..
The plaintiff alleges that In August urISlit faced, hnciy little girl of eight
1902, an agreement of partnership p0"' w" xvas wom express her sen-
was entered Into between himself and , llm,l,s wuimut reserve, eaine to s.ij
mo (icrcmlant by which ho was to put
$1,000 Into a lumber, land nnil irnnor.
al merchandise business, nnd that tho
tieiemiant was to contribute $300 to
wards tho stock of the comnanv. The
amounts were each supposed to draw
interest at the rate of S per cent on
Tho plaintiff further claims that ho
has paid tho additional sum nf sjnn
Into the company, to be used In the
transaction df its business, while the
defendant has never in the duration
of the 'partnership paid more than
$1G0 Into tho treasury. He further
comnjalns that A W. Robinson, who
Is tho husband of the plaintiff, and
acting as tho manager of the com
pany, reruses to allow the plaintiff
to have any voice in tho conduct of
tho business, or to inspect the books
for the purpose of ascertaining the
condition of tho same.
The manager and defendant, so the
plaintiff alleges, aid drawing largo
amounts from the business in excess
of the salary of the manager, for
their private use. There are a large
number of accounts out against tho
business and there is no way of meet
ing them unless the'clalms held by
the company are taken up. and for
all of these reasons the plaintiff asks
for a dissolution of the nartnsrshln
and that a receiver be appointed who
shall wind up the affairs of the con
cern and secure tho plaintiff in the
money he has Invested.
I PEBSDHAL MEHTIDH.
RETURNED FROM CALIFORNIA.
Southern Part of State Suffering
From Protracted Drouth.
A. D. Stlllman has returned from
California, where he has been for
several weeks on a business trip. He
went first to San Francisco, and from
there to Stockton and Los Angeles.
Mr. Stlllman is satisfied with this
state, as ho says that the lower part
of California is burned up and every
green thing Is fast withering and dy
ing. There has been no rain at all !n
some parts of tho state this winter,
and tho frultmen are suffering to a
great oxtont. In tho Sacramento val
ley and in tho central part of tho
state, however, there Is no trouble,
nnd everything is prosperous.
none to Walla Walla.
Ur. C. J. Smith was called to Walla
Walla this morninr to attend a case
lu consultation at the nospuai mere.
He was accompanied on tho trip by
his father, S. R. Smith, who Is his
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
r -..!.. iiMMB Quinine Tsblet, All
drunbu relund tbf money !' ,cu"
K. WT Grore' lgntuw on each uoi. -ic
iiiw nleharn H. Kennedy, under
arrest' in Hlllsboro for burglary, is
now' on trial.
Two sets or people : people
who like Schilling's Hest and
people who like to be hum
'AM OF TARTAR.
nor m.-i. .
ve to keep the chemically p'ire kind
cine. Th enmn lt'mi is none too
od for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
J'rae here -r0i ,s 30 anj 6o centVackafies.
ara'm is to sell drugs and chemicals that
' just a little better than you find in every
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
T. ,T Kirk, of Athena, Is in tho
Michael Ryan of Athena is In the
Zoe Horser came up from Echo on
business this morning.
T. J. Kirk, the Athena farmer, Is in
the city for a short time.
0. W. Bradley, of Athena, was a
Pendleton visitor yesterday.
D. J Kirk, of Milton, Is In the city
for a short visit transacting business.
H. T. Motley, of Milton, was in the
city today for a short time on busl
t'est R. E. Porter, of Meacham, is visit
ing lu the city for a few days on busi
ness. Mrs, M. A. Rush, of Athena, is the
guest of friends In the city for a few
days. Miss Alberta Rush, of Atheua, is
visiting triends In tho city for a short
Mrr F. E. Simpson, of Athena, is
visiting friends in the city for a short
J. L. Hoe. a prominent resident of
Fret-water, Is In the city for a short
Eugene Tauslck, of Walla Walla, Is
in the city today for a short visit on
James Crawford was a visitor in
Athena this morning for a short bus
Miss Blanch Horn of McKay is In
the city for a short visit with Pendlo
K. . Hunt, who has been in the
drug business in Spokane for sorao
time, has accepted a position In the
Koeppen drug store.
Return From Virginia.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Jackson and
sons, Philip and Francis, have te
turned from an extended visit to Vir
ginia and other Southern and Eastern
Frenchman Attempt to Eteape From
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 14. Tho po
lice today raided tho residence of
Desire Uotbler, a Frenchman, and
found a dozen girls, all alleged to
have recently been Innocent girls of
Paris, France, now leading a life of
Bothler was arrested charged with
luring girls under 1 from France un
der false pretenses and selling thorn
for Immoral purposes. Botuler's ef
focte were searchod and a pass book
on a Paris bank found which shows
$50,000 on doposlt. He attempted to
escape from tho cour room during
the trial and was chased for a quar
ter of a mile by the judge, witnesses
and citizens. Ho fell from exhaus
tion and wns taken bark and the
trial proceeded with.
South African politics now has but
one live issue and that is creating
great bitterness and excitement; to
Import, or not import uninese labor
When a train of passenger cars Is
telescoped, the passengers see stars
for some time,
..v .1.1,1 niiji.nriieti siiolild wish we were
not going 10 them. i!,lt our vanity
wns short lli,H. There came n shock
which set us to thinking and won.
tiering as 10 whom the credit fur our
prestige w.is due. It Imnnened when n
" "Oou't lull me joti are going moy?"
she negatively queried In a depressed
tone of voice, nnd we began to feel that
from her we were to get the most genu
ine expression of regret of the colony,
"'Yes,' 1 replied. 'We have to go
back to the city now, but we live In the
hope of sec' tig- our very dear friends up
hero again In the near future.'
"Oh, she continued, -I bate lo hac
you go Indeed, Indeed I do -for we
certainly will mis your dog.' "Wash
Siir Onclit tn Know.
Four-year-old Ituth was seated on tho
floor tending to the cares of n large
family of dolls, one member of which
was iu rather a dilapidated condition.
"How old is that dollle, Ruth!" In
quired a visiting friend.
"She is fifty years old," answered
"Why, Ruthle," exclaimed Sister
Margaret, "I dou't think she U as an
cient as that!"
"Margaret," and the large brown eyes
were raised In surprise, "1 certainly
fink I, ought to know the ages of my
And Ruthie was right. The doll had
been her grandmother's. Chicago's
Let tis fill them and save you money
No matter what yoa desire, fee U an
elaborate and artistic odd piece or whole
set for any room, or for an outfit for
yoor entire house, or plain furniture of
anyjdescrlpHon, We have it. We will
take pleasure in showing you thtough
pur Jarge and complete collection of
new goods. Most attractive and largest
line of IRON BEDS in Pendleton are
shown in our stock. Carpets and Lin
oleums to please the fancy of all.
"Now see what you've made me do!"
cried the girl who was writing a form
al note accepting a young man's thea
The little sister who had Joggled her
elbow looked at the blot and laughed.
"I'll fix It." she said. "It's easy."
She took the len aud scrawled above
the blot, "This Is a kiss."
"That's what 1 always do when 1
make a b'loti" she explained. Chicago
To Whom It Msy Concern.
We have been supplied with 1901
clergy certificate application blanks,
and all concerned should purchase,
one and make application to the
chairman as early as possible for 1904
certificates as clergy certificates of
1903 Issue will bo honored until Jan
uary 31st inclusive: after that date
1903 certificates will be void.
E. C. SMITH,
Agent O. R. & N. Co., Pendleton.
Who are paying $4.00
and $5.oo for their
Shoes are invited to
at $3-50. They hold
their shape and wear
longer than most
women care to wear a
pair of shoes.
The Boston Store
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at Neuman s
BAKER & F0LS0M
Complete Furniture Store. Near Post Office i
Tobc a good shot you must be supplied with first
class material, both gun and ammunition Our line
is the highest grade, which ii the reason for lovers of.
shooting coming to us.
74J MAIN STREET
Me thtit bloweth not his own horn thesume shnll not bo blown"
THE FARMER'8 WIFE BLOWS THE
HORN TO SUMMON HER HUSBAND
TO THE MIDDAY MEAL.
IT BRING8 HIM.
WHEN THE MERCHANT HAS
PREPARED A FEA8T OF GOOD
THINGS FOR WHICH PLENTY OF
PEOPLE ARE HUNGRY, HE, TOO
SHOULD TOOT A HORN TO CALL
THEM TO HIS BANQUET OF BAR.
"BUT THE HORN MUST BE
BLOWN WHERE THE MULTITUDE
WILL HEAR IT OR NOBODY WILL
COME TO THE FEAST,
OECAU8E NOBODY WILL
KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT IT,
EVEN THOUGH IT MAY BE THE
MOST TEMPTING REPAST EVER
THE ADVERTISING HORN VIO
OROU8LY BLOWN IN THE COL.
UMNS OF A LIVE, WIDE AWAKE,
UP TO DATE NEWSY NEWSPAP
ER THAT GOE8 AMONG THE
CLA88 OF PEOPLE HE WANTS FOR
PATRON8, WILL BRING HIM A
VOLUME OF TRADE FAR BEYOND
HI8 MOST SANOUINE EXPECTA.
THE VERY BEST ADVERTISING
MEDIUM FOR PENDLETON MER
CHANTS 18 THE EAST OREGON.
IAN BECAUSE THROUGH IT THEY
CAN 8END THEIR MESSAGE DI
RECT EVERY EVENING TO THE
MAJORITY OF THE PROSPEROUS
HOMES OF PENDLETON M08T OF
WHOM WANT TO BUY SOMETHING
LET THE BUSINESS MAN SHOW
THESE PEOPLE THE ADVANTAGE
OF BUYING HI8 GOOD8, AND HE
WILL HAVE NO TROUBLE IN 35.
CURING THEIR PATRONAGE.
A LITTLE JUDICIOUS BLOWING
OF THE HORN WILL DO THE BUSINESS.
gonian for a free cat- '
tlopue of them. A full supply always kept in stock.