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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, FEDRUARY 8, 1904.
On all broken lines in our store. Bargains right arc
offered. Read these prices:
Ladles' kid, turn nolo, f 5.00, imw J2.50
Ladies' patent kid, turn sole, $5.00, now $.'! 00
Ladies' patent calf, turn sole, 15.00, now fll.OO
Ladies' kid, tum sole. 15.00, now $:i.00
Ladles' kid, tum sole, $3.50, now $2.25
Ladies' enamel, welt aole. $4.00. $12.76
Ladles' kid. welt sole, $5.00, now $2.50
Ladies' kid, woltsole, $4.00, now $2.23
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DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
l'lione Main 1181.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP
M T T
E. A. RUGG AND FIRST
NATIONAL BANK DEFEND.
Both Are Suits for Principal and In
terest on Deposits in the Bank
In the First Case Mentioned a
Third Party Purchased a Note
Held by the Bank.
Newt Newtson has filed a suit in
the circuit court against E. A. Kugg
to recover on a note held by him for
Tho plaintiff alleges that on No-
Tembor 1, 1901, E. A. Itugg gave to
tho First National Bank his note for
$1,000 bearing interest at S per cent.
On this note J SO interest has been
paid. The plaintiff bought the noto
of the bank, and since that timo has
received nothing. He asks now for
the face of tho noto with interest,
amounting in full to $1,093.50, to
gether with $100 attorneys' fees nnd
the costs of the action. Balleray &
McCourt are tho plaintiff's attor
neys. A suit has been filed in the cir
cuit court by Susie .Marine against
the First National Bank of this city,
in which the plaintiff seeks to re
cover money deposited in the bank
which she has been unable to with
draw. In the complaint it is alleged that
$1,019 was deposited April 3, 1902,
which sum was to have drawn inter
est at the rate of 5 per cent. Tho
plaintiff has benn refused paymont
on tho deposit, nnd now seeks to re
cover the amount, with Interest to
date. Balleray & McCourt are rep
resenting the plaintiff.
Visiting His Parents.
W. S. Young, of Superior, Nob.,
accompanied by his family, Is in the
city on a visit to his parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. II. Young. Mr. Young
v.-as In Pendleton Ave years ngo and
is pleased to note the many Improve
ments Binco thnt time. The weather
at Superior has been below zoro
much of tho time tho Ipast month.
WRITES EMPLOYER AND
EMPLOYE IN ONE UNION.
Purposes are to Unite all Classes of
Worklngmen, Urrje More Pro
ficlencv In Trades and Assist In
Keeping Harmony Among Em
nloves and Their Employers Of'
ficers Elected No Insurai
Features In the Order.
F. & S.
Owner of "Hlnton Dlteh."
It. C. Hlnton, one of the prominent
farmers of the vicinity, was in tho
rltv fmlav. .Mr. Hlnton Is tho nwiior
nf tho "Hlnton ditch." In tho vicln- enhance the comforts
Ity of Echo, and slnco he has begun ' tlons of homo nnd strengthen tho nt
tn makn iironarations for mittlnir nil tachments to their pursuits, to fos
A lodge of the American League
of Independent Workmen was nr.
canlzed at tho courthouse Saturday
night with a membership of over 30
President Luther Holcomb, of
Spokane vns present and assisted
in the organization.
Mr. Holcomb very nhly stated tho
merits, objects nnd bonoflts of the
order, which wore received wltn
much enthusiasm. Tho following of
fleers wore elected and Installed:
Past president. P. T. Bolts; preal
dent, H. E Cook; vice-president, J.
W. Horn; foreman, W. B. Mays;
guide, W. C. McFnrland; recorder, J,
P. Earl; financier, J. A. Horn; treas
uror, D. J. Noborgall; chaplain, II,
A. Prick; Inside wntchniBn, J. H,
Dunham; outsldo watch, I. E. Earl.
Bellovlng that a proper regard for
personal independence among cm
pioyers nnd employes of tho United
States Is essential to tho prosperity
of the nation, and tho highest good
of the laboring peoplo themselves,
this order declares Its speclDc prin
ciples to ho: "To develop a bettor
and higher manhood, and a greater
proficiency in the various trades; to
of his land under water, has received
may flattering offers for his proper
Visitor From Nebraska.
Walter S. Young ot Superior, Nob.,
accompanied by his wife and family,
is in me cny iur u visu wun jus nostorlty
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. ' m,..
Young. Mr. Young Is n business man
of Superior, and is spending his va
cation in the West.
tcr mutual understanding nnd co
operation, and maintain lnvlolnto
the constitution of our country nnd
the Independence of Its citizens.
"To meet together, talk together,
work together, and In general net
together for mutula protection and
advancement of ourselves and our
to avoid strikes, boycotts
I and litigation and constantly strive
, to secure entire harmony, good will,
and vital brotherhood, and make the
order perpetual; by suppressing
ncrsonal. local nnd sectional nroln-
Injured Man May Die. dices, all unhealthy rlvnlrv. and all
La Grande, Fob. S. The condition ,.tiBh nmhitinn
of Albert Itasor, the man who shot vo advocate the Increaso of all
and killed Ben Boss near Elgin last , facilities, for skill and intelligence
week. Is still very serious. He is In ; t0 educate its members to a .higher
the hotel at Elgin and It is thought ,,iano f mechanical proficiency,
that the wounds Inflicted by Hois . thnt thov mnv l.mHv rnr-ni in.
will prove fatal.
Hal S. Corbett, a well known at-
creased wages. Wo are opposed to
any union, corporation or monopoly,
that In spirit, management or prac
torney of Spokane, has forged checks tlce, tend to oppress the people and
rim Finnll nr. n ( nnrx . r-t tt ".nnni- in ' i- l. . I. I t . i i. . . i
amounting to $4,000 to get money to
play the pool rooms.
Will stop that Cough
Cure that Cold.
Sure to reach
THE RIGHT SPOT.
TALLMAN & CO.
Saves one-third the Eggs
Saves two-thirds tho Money
j-! Saves all tho worry
One round 25 centi. Allflrocen.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
Don't, Roast Your Cook f
But See That. Your
COFFEE it the BEST
Much Coffe is spoiled through the
carelessness of .the cook, but its
no use to roast he, unless the
Coffee is above reproach. To have
it so always order "Revere."
F. S. YOUNGER & SON
rob them of their Just rights; and
ask that the30 differences ho re
moved by common consent and by
enlightened statesmanship worthy of
tho twentieth century-"
All American citizens over sixteen
years of age, of good moral shnrac
ter. who declare their adherence to
the principles and laws of this order
are eliglblo to membership. This ad
mits men nnd women, farmer, mer
chant, mechanic and artisan.
It is a corporation without capi
tal stock, and does not lovy or col
lect assessments from its members,
except such dues as the by-laws pro
vide. It carries no insurnnco or sick
benefits but is fraternal nnd social
A meeting will be hold nt the
courthouse on next 'Viday night for
tho purpose of completing tho organ
ization nnd making arrangements for
a1 permanent meeting place.
Twelve Persons Arrested for Killing
Deer Out of Season.
A. W. Nye, deputy gamo wnrdon
for Eastern Oregon, come to Hepp
nor Monday to Investlgato tho ro
ports that havo gained circulation of
tho unlawful killing of deer in the
Bluo mountains south nf Hcppnor,
says tho Hcppnor Gazntto.
Mr. Nyo went to work Immediate
ly and with tho help of Deputy Dis
trict Attorney Woodson and Sheriff
Shutt, tho result is that 13 warrants
wore issued and 12 men have al
ready been arrested and fined. A
warrant Is out for tho arrest of E.
noborts, in whoso possession a num
ber of skins wero found.
Tho case enmo up before Justlco
Williams and tho 12 men fined all
pleaded guilty as follows:
James Reed, Edgar Matteson, Jr.,
Edgar Matteson, Sr., AUon McPhor
on, Adron Matteson, Eugeno Matte
son, John Daunt, Alfred Matteson,
Jeff McPhorson, M. E. Brown, Bubo
Gaunt, Borate Gaunt.
Tho fines wero assossed at $25
each, tho minimum undor tho law,
which wore paid.
Thirteen deer skins havo boon
captured and Mr. Nyo will make
furthor search In tho country dis
tricts, as 50 deor have boon report
after it would ho necessary for nil
Washington attorneys ni.pearlng in
his court to deposit with tho clerk
of the court $25. Tho sums so col
lected will bo applied to tho use ot
tho Idaho state library at Lowlston.
Many Washington lawyers prac
tice In tho Idaho courts In towns
near the line.
Miss Mnggio Italnvlllo and Fred
Parr were married on Saturday
nfinrnoon In tho office of tho city
recorder, Jiulgo Thomas Fitz Gorald
performing tho ceremony.
Women's Club Meeting.
Tho Woman's Club will meet nt
tho parlors of tho Commercial AssO'
elation nt 3 o'clock tomorrow nftor
noon. All members nro urged to bo
C. B. WADE RE8IQN8.
Salt Trust Salesman Here.
H. W. Hollmnn, n representative
of tho salt syndicate of San Francis
oo, Is in tho city, nnd will plnco n
tralnload of stock salt with Umatilla
county stockmen If possible.
BACK BROKEN, BUT
DEATH OF JOHN L. COX
IN WASHINGTON, D.
Passed Away Suddenly While Ap
parently Undergoing a Change for
the Better Was the Constant Care
of a Devoted Sister, and Died at
Word reached tho city this morn
ing that John L. Cox, who formerly
was a prominent stockmnn of Cnm.ts
Prnlrie, died nt tho homo of his sis
ters In Washington, D. C, yesterday
The deceased was a prominent
stockman nnd in Juno, 1902, was in
jured In a runaway, bolng thrown
out of his buggy while turning a cor
ner. His bnck was broken by the
fall and since Mat timo ho has been
more or less paralyzed. Whllo in
a hospital In Portland, nnd afterward
In this city, after tho injury, Mr.
Cox was attonded by his sister. Miss
Mary Cox, who at last took him to
Washington, In October last.
Mr. Cox was 43 years of ago at tho
time of his death, and was a man
of powerful physique nnd rugged
constitution, which accounts for his
surviving his hurt for so long. He
was hopeful of recovery to tho last.
For several days he had been ap
parently recovering, but suddenly re
lapsed, death following soon nftor.
The deceased wns a brother of tho
late L. B. Cox, of tho law firm of
Cotton, Cox, Teal & .Minor, of Port
land; of B. T. Cox, now n prominent
business man of Portland, and of C.
Cox, of Sumptor. Tho remains
will be burled In Washington.
George Corner Takes His Place
on Lewis and Clark Fair Board.
Salem, Fob. 8. Governor Cham
berlnln Inst evening received tho
resignation of C, B. Wado, tho Pon
dloton banker, ns n mombor of tho
Lewis nnd Clark exposition commis
sion, and tho Bnmo was promptly
George Consor, cashier ot tho
FlrHt National Bnnk ot Hcppnor,
wnB appointed to fill tho vncancy
tints created. Mr. Consor is woll
known in this county, having boon
raised nt Jofforson,, whoro ho now
has a brother. Ho is also a brother
of "Shan" Consor, tho popular
Southern Pacific conductor,
Son Was Born.
A son wns barn to tho wlfo of Leo
Hold this morning. It Is said at tho
office that It will bo christened
George Hart man Hold.
Returning From California.
E. H. Clnrko, the woolbuyor, who
lma been in Stockton and othor Cali
fornia points for somo timo visiting,
starts for home this ovoning.
Aha!'B the Sir
l"e Iar cast but ra 15
pdleton no 0nh'"
ever used 0ne Ho
!s afraid to nUce ,n
cr nrd sce..anoti
aco all i
serv the pu - aM
crape mt: ,'BenT
r, i r"" u
ST. JOE STO?
Watch this space for new arrivals which will be comio2lJ
uany uniu our stock is complete
Just received today from M. Born & Co. our SDrm . ,
Gentlemen, come and let us take your measure fnr,
custom tailor suit, and send in to these celebrated uilJ
You will be pleased with the fit, wear, and trimmiiiP. pjl
most reasonable. We have represented this firm for 8 yeiI
uuu tjuututni.1. auiisiuuiiuu 111 every respect.
LYONS MERCHANTILE CO.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH TONIGHT.
Rev. Martin Will Preach on Second
Coming of Christ This Evening.
Tho subject of llov, Martin's ser
mon, at tho Christian church, for
tonight, will bo "Tho Second Coming
of Christ and tho End of tho
Tho crowds at tho revival nro vory
largo and deep Intorost is bolng
takon In tho mootlngs. Rov. Martin
is a polished speakor and Is doing
excellent work in this city.
Hearst's Light on Trusts.
Representative W. U. Hearst of
Now York has Introduced n bill to
'empower United States attorneys,
without the direction of tho attor
ney general, to enforce tho act lo
protect trade nnd commorco ngnlnst
unlawful restraints and monopo
Tho bill amends tho Sliormnn an
titrust law to read as follows in sec
"Tho several circuit courts nf tho
United States aro horoby vested
with jurisdiction to prevent and -o-
strain violations of this net; and it
shall ho the duty of tho sovoral dis
trict attorneys of tho XInltod States
in their respective districts to In
stltnto proceedings in equity to pro
vent and restrain such violations.
Such proceedings may bo by wnv
of petition sotting forth tho caso and
praying that such violations shall
be enjoined or nthorwiso prohibited.
"When tho parties complained ct
shall havo been duly notified of such
potltlon, tho court shall proceed f.s
soon ns may ho to tho hearing nnd
determination of tho enso, and
ponding such petition and linfnrn
final decree tho court may at any
timo mnko such tomporary restrain
ing order or prohibition ns shall bo
deemed Just in tho promises; but
nothing In this act or in tho acts
of which it Is nmendatory, shall bo
construed as to apply to trado
unions or othor organizations of
labor organized to deal with hours
of labor, wages or othor conditions
under which labor Is to bo performed,"
Dry Goods Stocl
Upstairs, where we Irept the Shoe Stock,
and have moved the
Downstairs where we kept the Dry Goods forma
The Boston Ston
P. S. The Dry Goods are being Closed
at ridiculously low prices. DON'T F0RGE1
want to v.'
People tite the
for fiO years It
has novr fall,
ed in rase of
Give It u trial.
TAX ON WASHINGTON LAWYERS
Must Pay (25 to Practice In Judfjo
Wallace, Idaho, Feb. 8. Judgo
Morgan has announcod that horo-
Residence and office Despain
Block, Phone Red 1581.
Our specialty Painless Filling
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
A CHANCE IN A LIFETIME TO GET A
PIANO and ORGAN AT COST
Closing-out Sale of my entire stock of Rugs, Art
Squares, Portiers, Lace Curtains, Matting, Fine
Pillows and Feathers, Pictures and Frames. A"
must go regardless of cost. Call and
You can Ket a fine Velvet Bug, 0x12, for 25.00; jjj
You can get a line Axrnlulstcr Bug, 0x12, for $22.60; worth!
JESSE FAILING, 90 Main St
Near the Bridge
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LEGAL BLANKS JSS&SI
lojroe of them. A foil supply always kept in
Manufacturers of Rigby-Clove
Structural Iron for Brick
Buildings, Sash Weights
& Castings of all kinds
Repair work on all kinds of
machinery, and general black-smithing.
Intersection of Webb and Alto strve
And other Pa"