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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
I I I H I I I n n 1 14
a Rio 5thrta Cl
In Full Blast
CHURCHES WANT AMEND.
MENT TO THE FAIR BILL.
Continues all this week
( TJ ,1 ldtn Iodine .-I 1
Mny 01 -- i.ac lanun auvant-
sge of this! great money-saving sale. There are
aany more we are willing to supply with shoes
,t a saving of from $1.00 to $2.25 on a single pair.
Don't overlook this chance to secure a
)0 Shoe for $3.25 and $3.50
It means money in your purse.
F.F. TRTTTSr.R'S I
h Hltl I I I I 11 I I I I I I I..1.1.4-HH-?
Circulars Arts Being Circulated Ask
ing, That the Gates of the Lewis
and. Clark Exposition Be Closed
Every Sunday Congress Petition
ed to Pass Appropriation on No
ler Get Sunny.
Lit dally at Martin's.
Lpers at 'leutscb's.
L repairing at Toutsch's
ad Organs at cost at Fall-
LA piano Apply at this
iy made skirts arriving
Liy furnished rooms to lout,
get satisfaction at How-
. ' 1 '
. i nAnn.it. T ntmnrt
lnoAv'c nh l Bt VOUT
all hours 'Phone main
Joerger's, 12C West Court
'nhone main 701 when you
Really tor service ai uu
See page C for terms on
...... tt Kll.nA-
11 uiur-iii. unci
ev books arriving tt
x book store
cleaned i.nd blocked,
at his old stand. 221
will get a preesui 01 a
tired htieer. Set- Dane
ureeonian euessini; cun-
read guessing contest. ;iu
Get Sunny. U C Rader.
Falling has a first-class piano tun
er. Leave orders. Work guaranteed.
Two nicely furnished rooms for
rent at Mrs. W. J. Uark's, 70S Raley.
TERRIBLE CUTTING AFFAIR.
At the Boston Store, Where Prices
Have Been Slashed Beyond All Rec
ognition. The wind-up of the great clearance
sale of the Boston Store dry good3
slock has been commenced and the
remainder of the magnificent stock
of goods will bo rushed out before
February 1st, as the shoe department
will occupy the room after that date.
The goods that remain are all very
desirable articles and like the cup of
cofree, the sugar lias remained In the
bottom and will now be emptied out
In order to make the great sale
complete and dlsiose of the balance
of the stock the most terrific cutting
and slashing of prices ever heard of
In Eastern Oregon has been indulged
In and It takes but a song, compara
tively speaking, now to get the goods
Talking about practical economy
does not save money, so don't talk
about it but go straight to the Boston
Stole and avail yourself of this op
portunity to get goods at the shot-to-
It will mean dollars to you and you
can't afford to let this one great
chance go by.
Evidence of the great reductions
made in prices can be gained by
reading the large advertisement on
the second page of this Issue.
wwi wc a u l LU
Side Lights on History.
Richard Olney of Massachusetts
will be 69 on September IS.
Grover Cleveland wll be 07 on
Alton B. Parker of New York will
be 52 on May 14.
Arthur l'ue Gorman of Maryland
will be 05 on March 11.
David B. Hill of New York will be
01 on August .3.
George Gray of Delaware will be
G4 on Mav 4.
William J. Bryan of Nebraska will
be 44 on March 10.
President Roosevelt of New York
will be 40 on October 27.
John Hay of Ohio will be CO on
Marcus aIouzo Hanna of Ohio will
be 07 on SeDteraber 24.
William H. Taft of Ohio will be 47
on SeDtember lo.
Washington was 07 when he died;
John Adams 90. Jefferson 83, Madison
85, Monroe 73, John Qulncy Adams
80. Jackson 78, Van Buren i9, Wll
Ham Henry Harrison 08, Tyler 72
Polk 53, Taylor 05, Fillmore 74,
Pierce 04, Buchanan 77, Lincoln CO,
Johnson CO. Grant 03. Hayes 76,
Garfield 00. Arthur CO, Benjamin
Harrison 07, and McKlnley 58.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
-r.b rTAtlTA Bromo Quinine Tableti, All
druttltu refund tbe money II It lllf to cure
E. W.GroTe'i tltoature on eaen boi. asc
The proper family standard
Is Schilling's Best; five kinds
of tea ; of coffee, four.
At join (iku'i; mowjUtk-
AM MT TADTAR
- t M. m a -
We have tn kn thp rhemicallv P'ire kind
ff medicine. The same kind is none too
d for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
'rt'de here-,o, 15, 30 and 60 cent packages.
Uraim Ic . -n .1 o,1 Mn-mieals that
- u IV DGU UlUga 11V4 w.-.
J'ust a little better than you find in every
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
The churches and Sunday schools
throughput the West are making .n
organized effort to have tne Sunday
closing amendment Incorporated in
to the bill before congress appropriat
ing money for tue Iewls and Clark
The Northwest Sabbath Associa
tion has sent out the following circu
lar, setting forth the objects of the
movement and giving the reasons for
attempting to attach tho "Sunday
closing" amendment to the bill.
.Ministers and Sunday school work
ers are circulating petitions and writ
ing letters to congressmen, asklnc for
the favorable consideration of the
matter, and it is honed bv them that
all features of tho fair will bo closed
on every Sunday during the entire
The circular Is as follows:
"To tbe Citizens o the West and
Northwest: In 1903 a Lewis and
Clark exposition In honor of the ex
pedltlon of Merlweather Lewis and
William Clark, 100 years ago. is to
1 be held in Portland, Or A bill Is bo-
lore tne senate of the United Stnts
asking Tor an appropriation of $2,'
250,011(1, to aid In maklnc the celebra
tion an Imposing success; but as the
bill contains no condition for closing
the gates of wie exposition on the
lord's day, an amendment has been
offered to the effect that the approprl
atlon be granted on the same condb
tlon as that on which a similar grant
was made tho Louisiana Purchase Ex
position, viz., that the gates of the
Lewis and Clark exposition be closed
during the period of Its contlnuanco
on tne first day of the week. This
amendment Is known as the "Hawley
Piatt Amendment." The object of
this article Is to ask all persons who
read It to write at once (as prompt'
ness is necessary) to his or her sen
ator and representative In congress,
and to Hon. Henry E. Burnham, chair
man of the senate committee on in
dustrial expositions, and to Hon.
James T. Tawney, M. C, chairman
committee on industrial arts and ex
positions, urging them to support the
Hawley-Platt amendment to the Lewis
and Clark appropriation bill.
In belief of Northwest Sabbath As
J. H. LEIPER.
R. Jones, of Echo, was In the city
O. Lynch, of Umatilla, was a Pen
dleton visitor today.
C. Cooper,- of Helix, spent the day
in the city on business.
Miss Fleda Parks Is visiting friends
in Echo for a few days.
R. Jones, a prominent Echo citizen.
was a Pendleton visitor today.
N. W. Thompson, of Moro, is Jn the
city for a short time to transact bus.
Alpha Meyers, of Walla Walla, Js
In the city the guest of his sister,
Mrs, Louis Hunzlker.
J. H. Lawrey went to Union where
he will auend to a matter In equity
before the circuit court.
J. M. Hemphill, a well known res!
dent of Pilot Rock. Is In the city for
a short time on business.
.Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wilson will
leave In a few days for Portland,
where they will reside In the futuie.
E, Ripper, of Echo, Is In the city
today for a short business visit, sir.
Ripper Is one of tue prominent citi
zens and business mon of Echo.
Jerrold Tuttle, who is employed in
a Pend eton drug store, came In last
night en route to Summervllle, where
he was called by the serious illness
of bis father. La Grande Observer.
Mrs. B. R. Wolfe has returned from
a week's visit with relatives in Port
land, where she was accompanied -y
Mr. Wolfe when he was called to that
city by the Illness of his father.
G. C. Mapes, H O. wasterson, Ben
Gruks, M. Grady and S. H. Hallgart,
all of Elgin, are at the Hotel Pendle
ton, having come to the city to rep
resent their city at the Sportsmen's
i, .ae Tnrv Tsinrlnn whn estimated
oil ,h InhflliltantR of Great
Hrltaln one-fifth chronically did not
get enough to eat. If he was right
in bis figures sometning is rauicauy
wrong with the British social sys
,m inrl that Romethlne is. we
believe, the distribution of wealth.
Great Hrltaln undoubtedly produces
fnmieh. if It were fairly divided, 10
feed all Its people, In Imdon un
average of 115,000 persons receive
relief from the authorities during
Chilstmas week. The number Is
the high water mark since 1878.
Each of the last four years has
shown an increase over its predo-
essor. "The tide 01 pauperism is
iteadlly rising," .n a word of the
Spectator. England Is sicker than
it knows. It is suffering from na
tional -uberculosls. ljel It look for
a remedy before it is too late. Tho
most disagreeable remedy is better
than such a disease. No half-way
measures will do. Tho patient will
have to tako vigorous treatment. A
good start would be made by the
abolition of the abominable law "f
irlmogeuituro anu email. uuicago
T.'v.ftnvornrir Afcn ft. Tllishnnll. Clf
Ohio, left an estate valued at $7,000.-
Annual Clearance Sale
It's Dollars in your pockets to buy
goods now at
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
The l.nu uf I.lfc
God's order Is only confusion.
A chaos of forces misspent
To him who, through lands of delusion.
Seeks rest In the Vale of Content.
The mainspring of being Is battle
For beauty; the gross must make r
For the fine; to Its musketry's rattle
The rose marches up through the clay.
Though the Illy look not on Us neighbor
With the envloua eyes of our state,
It chooses with Infinite labor.
Grows on and Is ever elate.
The germ of the oak from Us prison
Bursts forth with a savage delight,
And another Lord Proof has arisen
To challenge Lord Doubt In the fieht.
All nines of the Tentmaker'a tavern
Are shamed, by the worth of this one
That climbs from Its granite bound cavern
To the baptismal font of the sun.
One life Is the sum of all others.
Infolding the high and the low;
If we carry the cross for our brothers,
We must hew with the sword as we go.
He knows In the march of the spirit
What form of the army la best.
But the final reward of all merit
Is action, still action, not rest.
Charles llugene Hanks.
Tlie I,utt-Mt Tank,
We have boiled the hydrant water.
We have sterilized the milk:
We have strained the prowling mlerobs
Through the finest kind of silk;
We have bought and we have borrowed
Every patent health device,
And at last the doctor tells us
That we've got to boll the Ice.
-Trt-VM,. -What to Bat.
Between January 10 and 17 there
were 079 deaths In New York City
from pneumonia, influenza, bronchitis
and similar aliments.
This Is tho form of receipt which will bo Issued In tho East
Orcgonlnn guessing contest, wherein somu one of tho subscribers
of tho East Orcgonlan will receive 11 $100 buggy absolutely frco:
Pendleton, Ore. 1904
EAST OREGONIAN GUESSING CONTEST.
East Orcgonlan from
.Dollars, subscription to tho
4.4.4. 4. 4. 4. 'f A 4'
Tho said payment being solely and In full vnluo for tho said news
paper, and for no other consideration whatever. Tho publishers
hereby give outright to tho person In whoso imnui this receipt Is
Issued an opportunity, If they doslro to nvnll themselves of tho
same, to GUESS THE UNKNOWN NUMBERS IN THU SRALEI)
GUESSING CONTEST, and hereby agree lo donnlo outright, and
without consideration whntover on his part, tho rubber.tlred buggy
mentioned In TUB EAST ORECIONIAN GUHSSING advertise
ments, to tho persons guessing neatest that unknown number,
Including the numbers 012 and 987, and all numbers between tho
said numbers. ,
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING CO.
Keen-cutting instruments that koep thoir edges.
Carving Sola, Butcher Knives, Broad and Cake
Knives. Largo lino of Pockot Knives, all sizes,
- n plain and lancy Handles.
1 ne Dosion
SHOE STORE THOMPSON HARDWARE Co.
Another shipment of the RED
SCHOOLHOUSE SHOES ($2.50
pair; just received.
$I.25;for size 6 to 8
$1.50 for size 8 to H
$1.75 for size H to 2
$2.00 for size 2 to 3
We are selling of this shoe two
pairs this year to one pair last.
Why ? People have found that
they wear better, fit better, look
better, price better.
Better Get a Pair
The children want this kind.
Toes in wide or narrow style ; low
heels, with and without hooks.
Sewed with silk.
621 Main St.
Boston Shoe Store
IS THE ROAD TO WEALTH
Practice economy in your clothing by having your cast
away garments cleaned, repaired, pressed and made as good as
new. If you desire the color changed, have them tlyed, We
are prepared to take your old clothes and make them look like
new again. Our steam facilities are first class and our work
men are competent.
Our prlcen are such that you can easily afford it, ami our work such
that you will be saved the price of new clothing.
Steam Cleaning (3b Dying Works
CANTY & JONES, Props.
730 COTTONWOOD STREET
Goods called for and delivers, rhone ui Main 1(191, or a postal ard
will bring ui to your door
ELATEWTE It Minora! nubbar,
Residence and offi'e Despain
Block. Phone Red,i58i.
Our specialty Painless Filling
IM ERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. So. 7 Poit 81.. I
Spokine. Cen-AgtDEKSUORE TYPEWRITER I
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voo a;S ,.,.; A ,v.v.t .
Takes tb, place of shingles, tin, Iron, tar add gravel, and all prepared
roofings. For flat and steep surfaces, gutters, valleys, etc. Easy to lay.
Temperc for all climates. Reasonable In cost. Sold on merit Guarsn-
teed. It will pay to ask for pricesand Information.
( THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
Worcester Building. Portland.
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It ulll uMva vmi uilti trnnhlA and rlak. If
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J. L. VAUGHN
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work executed properly
Electrical Suppllei of all klndi
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