East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 03, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    ?AQE FIVE.
SUITS TO ORDER
$15.00
$35.00
Made to your measure, fit
guaranteed. Every garment
made by first-class tailors. See
display of new spring wors
teds In window.
LEE
BIG STORE, COR.
City Brevities
i . .
U C Hader. Get Sunny.
Swell slippers at Teutsch's.
FreBh fruit dally at Martin's.
"Welnhard'fi beer at The Mint.
Best shoe repairing at Teutsch's.
Furnished rooms at 407 Alta
ctreet for rent.
New ready made skirts arriving
dally at Teutsch's,
Two nicely furnished rooms lo
cent, $10 Johnson street.
Children's school shoes that wear
end look well at TetitschV
Good piano for rent. Address
Renter, care East Oregonian.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ord's, formerly Rees' clga. store.
Several loads of cinders for the
hauling, at the Domestic laundry.
Miss Dickers, Instructor In music,
at Eller Piano House, Court street.
Housekeeping rooms for rent. In
quire of Merchants' Protective
Agency.
Suite of rooms, with or wltheut
board, suitable for two. Inquire at
this office.
.Qet'your clothes cleaned and
fes(l;"iat Joerger's, U'C West
-iijjiSe&dyjwetJHd-hand organ for sale
wr-easy terms. uurea j. r., tuic
.East O-egoniau. j
Rubber bands, celluloid coinbs, 1
... . ... 1 I
ecale books, surveyor s Held books,
complete lines. Nolf's
Men's hats cleaned and blocked!
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street,
Mrs. Rose Campbell wishes all Jie
ladies of Pendleton and vicinity to,
" call and see her elegant line of tail
ored .and trimmed spring and sum
mer 'hats, next Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday; March 8, 9 and 10.
This is the largest and most beauti
ful collection of millinery ever shown
In Eastern Oregon.
2 FREE FREE :
Just for the asking we will i
give you the correct time. Our
time regulates the schools, the
trains and everything Import-
ant In the city. J
Z Our time Is the correct time
and our prices tin time-keepers
0 .are .correct.
Step in our store or call us
0 up on the 'phone-' and we will
itell you all aboui them.
j HUNZIKER :
2 The Progressive Jeweler
726 Main Street
REAM OF
m
: II
. We have to keep the chemically pure kind
for medicine. The same kind is none too
good for Rooking. Many good cooks buy this
article here to, 15. 3 and 60 cent packages.
Our aim is to sell drugs and chemicals that
are just a little better than you find in every
drug store.
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ivuiLrriLiici
A. C. KOEPPEN
TO
TEUTSCIi'S
MAIN AND ALTA
a
Pure Wolnrtard's beer at The Mint,
For Rent Office rooms. Apply to
u. u uerkeley.
A flue high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care East Oregonian.
Billy Leathers has put on a night
express wagon and can accommodate
you at any hour, day or night. Tel
ephone Main 161, or call at the Com
mercial Stables, on Main street.
See his announcement In the clas
sified columns.
John Kees, who is handling the
Underwood typewriter In this city.
Is doing a rushing business In his
line. He has had the machine less
than a year and In that time has sold
17 of them to men in this city, all of
which are giving the best of satis
faction to their purchasers.
SENT $370.
Japs of This City Raised $2.50 Per
Capita for Home Government.
There has been a rumor to the ef
fect that the 'japs of this city have
sent $2,000 to their government to
help In the progress of the war, but
this Is greatly overdrawn. Inquiry
among the Japanese residents of the
city elicits the Information that they
have sent $370 to their homo govern
ment. There are about 18 or 19 Japs
In the city, which would give a per
capita of $2,50, Instead of $100 each,
as reported.
The Japs are very patriotic and
1J .wit... i.e. in VI. 11. V HUH
Those wn() can reat, the Anierlcan
papers hunt out every bit of news
bearing on the subject and tell It to
those who nro unable to read for
themselves. While each man would
willingly either go to Japan and
fight for his country, or give a much
larger sum than that subscribed, nil
feel that they are too poor to afford
a larger subscription unless espec
ially called for by the government.
Besides, they are saving their money
so that In case they are asked to
serve In the Japanese army they will
have the money to make the trip
anu have a little left upon reaching
their native land.
WANT AN ENGINE.
Corvallls Is Figuring on Protection
Against Fire.
The city recorder has received
letter from E. P. Greffoz, the police
judge of Corvallls, who is anxious
to learn some of the fine points
about chemical fire engines. He
wants an engine that can be hauled
over rough and muddy streets by a
volunteer department, and stand the
strain. Also one that will have the
power of both putting out fires and
quenching high insurance rates,
Since the city had nothing of the
kind on tap, Judge Fits Gerald could
hand the gentleman no. Information
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY,
fake Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablets.
Alt druggists' refund the money If It fall
to cure. r;. tv, urores signature
each box. 25t.
The agreeable part of trade
is in moneyback goods: bchil
ling's Best
tu bsV.laf-odsf plc
coffc (iHOting sitracts kk1
make no trouble for you or your
grocer.
TARTAR.
The Popular Price
DRUG STORE
&. BROTHERS
PERSONAL MENTION.
Charles Proebstel, of Weston, was
in the city today for a short business
visit.
C. J. Mlllls, livestock agent of the
O. R. & N., left last evening for La
Grando.
W. M. Blakeley left this morning
for a short visit to his ranch
Eastland.
Mrs. David Taylor, of Athena,
was the guest of friends In the city
yesterday.
Miss Fay Gerklnc, of Athena
the guest of friends In the city for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Miller, of Spo
kane, were the guests of friends In
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Henry Schmidt, of Athena, Is
tho guest of Mr, and Mrs. Carl Wei
sert, on Cosble street.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Saylor, of
Athena, are visiting Pendleton
friends for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Cresswell, of
Freewater, were tho guests of
friends n tho city today.
W. P. Willaby, one of tho well
known residents of Athena, trans
acted business In tho city todny,
S. Lemery, one of the prominent
farmers from the Athena country
was In the city todny on business.
Mrs. R. Thompson and little dnugh
ter returned this morning from a
visit of a few days with friends in
La Grande.
J. W. Scrlber, the president of the
Farmers' and Traders' National bank
of La Grande, is In the city today for
a short business visit.
E. L. Davis left this morning .o
tnko charge of the government sur
vey work, which Is again being ta
ken up in the vicinity of Echo.
Colonel It. C. Judson, of the O. U.
& N., was a Pendleton visitor today
and a part of yesterday, being In the
city to look after the Interests of his
road.
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stevens, of
Umatilla, are the guests of the Hotel
Pendleton for a short time, while
Mr. Stevens transacts business In
he city.
J. H. Watson, district foreman of.
the O. R. & N. at Umatilla, return
ed to hit) home this morning after a
short visit to this city, accompanied
by his daughter.
MRS. J. H. PACE ELOPES.
Takes Husband's Money, Leaves
Three Small Children and Flies.
Mrs. Jessie H. Pace, wife of the
Hotel BieKers barber, left last night
with another man on the midnight
train for Portland, leaving her three
little children at home alone and
taking with her between $1,400 and
$2,000 in money, the property of
Mr. Pace, besides all that she could
ealize on the sale ol the uousenoui
furniture.
Mr. Pace has been staying at the
Hotel Bickers of late and this morn
ing his little boy came to him cry-
ng and told him that his mother
had gone away at midnight last
night and had not returned.
Investigation revealed that she
had sold all of the furniture In the
nast few days, collected all the
money owned by her husband and
left. She told a neighbor that she
was going by way of Spokane, but
there Is no trace of her nor Is
known with whom she left the city,
UMATILLA INDIAN SCHOOL.
Over 100 Indian Pupils at the Agency
Schools.
The Umatilla Indian schools at the
agency, were never in better condi
tion than at present under the direc
tion of Assistant Superintendent
Miss M. V, Galther.
Over 100 scholars are now enroll
ed, and the class work is of a hUb
standard. The old Indians are tak
Ing more and more interest in me
school each year and as the children
make progress In their studies It
brings the teachers Into higher ?.s
teem wltu the Indians.
At first the old lndldns looked up
on the teacher as a sort of interlop
er coming between themselves and
their children, but as the little tots
develop and grow In their associa
tions with and under the direct In
structions of the teachers, this rebel
lloua attitude among the old Indians
Is dying out and they are taking tin
actual interest In the progress of ed
ucation among the children.
The Umatilla Indian school is the
best reservation school In the United
States, according to the reports if
the department of Indian affairs, and
tho Umatlilas are said to be the most
progressive of any of the reservation
tribes.
COUNTY COURT.
Several Matters of Importance At
tended to This Session.
The county court has been busy
with strictly routine work today.
and nothing of great interest has
been done.
The resignation of F. W. KImberk
as justice of the peace of Adams,
was read and accopted, and M. A.
Ferguson was appointed In Ills
place. Mr. KImberk has moved with
his family to Hoaqulm, Wash., leav.
lng tho office vacant.
Tho petition of O. W. D. Zorba,
asking for a change in tho county
road whoro It crosses his place near
Athena, was granted, and vlowers
und survoyors were nppolutod to re
port at tho May term.
The attention of tho court has
boon taken up with tho considera
tion of bills, but not all of theso
have yet been bunded In. It Is tho
duslro of tho court to get through
with that part of Its work tomorrow,
Most
Everything Different
From What
You Will See
Elsewhere
at
$
$
Some exceedingly pretty
soft and stiff bosoms, in
colors and designs
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
sideratlon of a number of road peti
tions. The Wild Horse road will
come up for consideration in nil
probability tomorrow.
WILL BUILD SCHOOLHOUSE.
Mays and McFarland Will Build in
Hogue District for $365. I
Bids were opened yesterday even
ing for the now school building to be .
erected in district No. 48, known as '
the Hogue district, and work on the ,
building will begin at once. Mnys ,
and McFarland, of this city, were j
the successful bidders, and will be
gin hauling the lumber to tho site In
a short time.
The following bids were received
by tho district clerk, showing there
was some close figuring on tho
ljulldlng: Thomas Means, $489; T.
Yates, $395; Mays & McFarland,
$3GG: A. D. Thompson, $320; Rub
ers Hoeft, $398; Yates & Elletson
$385, and
J. A. and J. W. Horn
$399.
Colorado Will Advertise.
By means of an arrangement com-
pleted yesterday between tho Colo- J
rado World's Fair board and tho Col-
orndo promotion and publicity com -
mlttee, the fair board will use vast
quantities of the committee's Colo -
rado literature, distributing It dur -
ing the exposition, says the Denver
Post. Secretary Thomas D. Parker
estimates that the committee will
have 300,000 books and pamphlets,
all on Colorado," and that much of
this literature will be given out at 1
the fair.
There Is promise that tho Wash
ington capitol building at Olympla,
will be completed In a few weeks.
HAINAN
SHOES
are on
the way
to
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
DO ( Klieumatltin, Neuralgia, Constipation
YOU ? Dlszlness. Gout. Biliousness, Kick
HAVKfaud Ncrrous Headache?
Don't sell your furniture or pawn your Jewel
er? to buy remedies for these disorders Jt Is
uot iiorutary
Hill's Rheumatic Pills"
Uost ouly 25 cents, and have cured tliouaatidi
during the la-tt hundred years
MK. O. A. Hill. Last Milliliter I u-ttt trmiHfri
wltli rheumatism so badly I was dl-abled from
WOl k. but fi of vour nllls nlirod ma mi thttt I utn
ain iih limber as I was ut 18 years old. I biive
been la Wisconsin but two raontbs. unit with
one and a hall boxes ut your pills I huve cured
three cases.
vouri truly
11 1). Hirout.
Ureenleal, Mlun
Men's
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Buys a nice Suit at tho
Peoples Warehouse
Buys a lirst-class well
tailored suit
Manhattan Shirts
exclusive
ONE PACKAGE
Gold Leaf Coffee
FREE!
for every 10 tickets. Every packago of GOLD LEAF COSTA RICA
AND GOLD LEAF JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEE contains ono
ticket. These goods are tho best ever put on tho market for tho
money. Try a packago, and if not satisfactory, return to your
grocer and ho will refund your money.
Also try GOLD LEAF brand Spices. Teas, Extrnots and Baking
Powder. They aro tho host. Onco tried always used.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Portland, Oregon.
WEINHARD'S BEER
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnhard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Welnhard's
beer is sold In Oregon than all other beers combined.
Call for
WEINHARD'S BEER
Peter Mcndernach Is distributor for Pendleton and It will al
ways be found on .tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold storage.
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Your sewer connection get prices from us on 4 and
6 inch vitrified sewer pipe.
Complete line of Closets of different sizes, kinds and
prices Our plumber is the best workman in Pendle
ton, and work entrusted to us is dons right.
GOODMAN-THOMPSON HARDWARE :
Company
Successor to the
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LEGAL BLANKS ZiotL
Best Clothes
Spring Suits
Men's and Boys'
Outfitters
Thomson Company
Mais St.
TO REMAIN ONE WEEK LOsAe.
LADY f
CELESTA
Tho Paychle Palmist, at
HOTELBIGKERS
I.aily Celesta Is the recognized au
thority of the Pacific Coast on the
sclenco of the hand. Her delinea
tions are absolutely accurate and
scientific.
Saturday, March 6th, last day.
Readings; Ladle- EOc; Eentlemea,
$1.00.
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after which It will take up tho con-
At Your Druggists
uuxrue 01 mem, "