East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 08, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1904.
PAGE FIVE.
OUR SUIT AND
SKIRT SALE
IT HAS BEEN A DECIDED SUCCESS AND HAS ATTRACT
ED A LARGE CROWD. WE FEEL THANKFUL TO THE LADIES
OF PENDLETON AND VICINITY FOR THE INTEREST THEY
HAVE MANIFESTED IN THIS OPENING, AND ASSURE THEM
THEIR KINDNESS IS APPRECIATED.
THE MANY COMPLIMENTARY" REMARKS ON OUR LINE
THAT HAVE BEEN MADE BY THE CALLERS IS VERY GRAT
IFYING. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE AND FURNISH PENDLETON PEO
PLE WITH MODERN GOODS.
jj PEBSBHAL MENTION.
LEE TEUTSCHSj
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
City Brevities
If business Is dull,
Don't ask tho "whys;"
Whon there Is a lull
Just advertise.
U C Itador. Get Sunny.
Swell slippers at Toutsch's.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Welnliard's beer at The Mint.
Iiest shoe repairing at Toutsch's.
Children's school shoes that wear
and look well at TeutschV
Good piano for rent. Address
Renter, care East Oregcnlau.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ard's, formerly Kees' clga. store.
Several loads of cinders for the
hauling, at the Domestic Laundry.
Miss Bickers, instructor in music,
At Eller Piano House, Court street.
Suite of rooms, with or without
hoard, suitable for two. Inquire at
(his ofllce.
.Furnished housekeeping: rooms for
ireut. Inquire of Merchants' Protect
ive Agency.
Oct your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 12G. West
Court street.
Good second-hand organ for sale
on easy terms. Address J. F., care
East O-egonlau.
Adolph Krug, formerly city treas
rer of Seattle, accused of forgery,
committed suicide Monday.
H. H. Williams, a man aged 50
years, eloped with Lottie Davis,
a 14-year-old damsel from North Ya
liima, on Monday.
All the road supervisors In Benton
county mot with the county court by
special invitation last Saturday, to
consider general plans for county
-road Improvement.
FREE
FREE
Just for the asking we will
give you the correct time. Our
time regulates the schools, the
trains and everything Import-
ant In the city,
, Our time Is the correct time
and our prices on time-keepers
J are correct.
Step In our store or call us
J up on the 'phone and we will
tell you all about them.
HUNZIKER
The Progressive Jeweler
726 Main Street
Get Sunny. U ' Under.
Head Whlttlnghlll's ad in this issue.
Pure Woinnard's beer at The Mint.
Dine at tho St. George. Everything
first-class.
Get that new spring suit at Selhert
& Schultz.
New ready made skirts arriving
dally at Teutsch's.
Clothes hampers, shopping baskets,
eight-day clocks, combs and brushes.
Noll's.
i
Tho Degree of Pocahontas, Anita
Council No. C, will give a ball at
Music hall, Thursday, March 17.
A line high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
11.1 care East Oregonian.
Men's hats cleaned and b.ockcd;
clothes denned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street.
A suit of rooms in East Oregonian
building. Steam heated, hot and cold
water. See classified advertisements
for particulars.
Anita Council No. C, Degree of Po
cahontas, will give a basket social
Wednesday evening, March 8th, to
which the public is Invited. Ladies
to bring baskets.
Robert Scott, custodian of the city
parks of Great Falls, Montana, was
burned to death in his hpme Monday,
In u Are caused by the explosion of
a gusoliue stove.
The Portland Watchmakers' School
offers exceptional advantages to
yqung men to learn the watchmak
er's and Jewelers' trude In a short
time; good paying position guaran
teed after close of term. Tuition
reasonable. Address, Saake, 311
Dekum building, Portland, Ore.
NOT CLOSED.
Meetings Will Be Continued at Chris
tian Church.
There was a great gathering at the
Christian church again last night.
The pastor preached ns announced
on Sunday evening, and 10 more were
added to tho church. The Interest
that Dr. Martin has aroused Is won
dorful the people want to know the
truth.
Twenty-ono were baptized last
night, and there will he another bap
tlsmal service tonight, when 25 more
are to be Immersed.
Mr. Brooks will preach tonight on
the "Conversion of a Good Man."
Everybody cordially Invited to at
tend. Watch the papers for further
announcement.
To all of my Friends and Patrons:
I take pleasure In introducing to
my friends, Drs. L. L. and T. H.
White, to whom I have sold my den
tal business In this city. I thorough
ly recommend the Drs. White as first
clans dentists in every respect, and
will esteem It a favor for any of my
patients to place their cases In the
hands of the Drs. White.
Respectfully,
E. A. MANN.
Notice.
I will not be responsible for any
debts contracted by my wife, Mrs.
Annie McNerny.
JOHN M'NERNY.
March 4, 1904.
Ten per cent of tho deaths of Port
land for the month of February wero
suicides. The total deaths were 100,
suicides 10.
CREAM OF TARTAR.
Rev. W. H. Bleakney returned
from Elgin last night.
N. D. Reed of Freewater, Is trans
acting business in tho city todny.
L. N. Blowers of Hood River, was
a business visitor In tho city today.
William Anderson of Milton, Is a
Pendleton visitor today on business.
A. H. Weatherford of Sumpter, Is
a Pendleton visitor for a short tlmo.
W. H. Cathorman of Umatilla, Is In
tho city for a short visit on busi
ness. Mr. and Mrs. J, I.. Klllean leave to
night for a visit to Ellensbnrg, Washington,
Miss Delia Chllders left this morn'
lng for Spokane, where sho will re
side In the future.
H. W. Stone, state secretary of
the Y. M. C. A. Is expected In tho
city next Thursday.
J. E. McDowry, one of tho well
known residents or Milton, Is In the
city for a short visit.
J. B. 'Despaln left this morning for
Adams on a .short business visit in
the Interest of his house.
H. Connell, of the O. R. & N. at
Umntlila, Is in the city transacting
business In relation to his depart
ment. Dan Norninn, who has been In tho
city for several days, left this morn
ing for Ness Perce City, Idaho, for a
brief business visit.
William Harvey, a merchant of La
Grande, was In the city yesterday,
and left this morning for Athena on
a short business trip.
Charles Cochran of Cottage Grove,
who has been In Chicago studying
music, is visiting his sister. Mrs.
James Green, while enronte home,
T. G. Halley was a Milton visitor
this morning, having been called
there to sottle a few differences be
tween some of the citizens of that
place.
G. N. Miller left last night for
North Yakima, where he has charge
of tho construction of tho sewer and
draining system which that city will
put In.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scott and son,
,1. C. Scolt of Heiix, are In tho city
for a visit with friends, Mr. Scott
Is one of the prominent farmers of
the Helix country.
J. I Snyder of Trego county,
Kansas, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Ed
Barrett of this place. From here he
will go to Spokane, to visit his
father, W. R. Snyder.
W. A. Storey, tho superintendent
of the bridge and building depart
ment of the O. R. & N.. returned last
night from a trip of Inspection over
his part of the system.
Frank Coykeudall, extra passenger
conductor on the mountain division
of the O. ii. & N who has moved
his family permanently to this city.
Is laying oft for a few days.
Clark Wood, editor of the Weston
Leader, has been enjoying the sights
in the county seat .for several days,j
having been one of the large class of
Eagles to be Initiated last night. I
Mrs. A. C. Smith and (laughter,
Miss Jessie Smith, who have been
visiting at the home of their daughter
and sister, Mrs. Rose Campbell, will
leave this evening for their home at
lone.
Charles W. Maler, fourth grand
master of tho Order of Locomotive
Firemen, was at the Bickers
night, en route from Spokane to La
Grande, where he will visit with the
order.
Mrs. G. W. Humphrey of Eugene
will reach this pity this evening for
a visit with her brother, A. B. No
ble, one of the old residents of Pen
dletou. Mrs. Humphrey Is one of the
pioneers of Lane county, having
lived near Eugene for muny years
A Talk on Spring Clothes
fi
COPVRICHT tvV)
WITH THE COMING OF MARCH SPRING HAS ARRIVED.
SPRING STOCK HAS LIKEWISE ARRIVED. ARE YOU INTERESTED
IN LEARNING ABOUT THE SPRING STYLES?
GRAYS AND BROWNS, WITH MIXTURES OF RICH COLOR
INGS IN CHECKS, STRIPES AND PLAIDS, WILL BE MUCH WORN.
THE STAPLE DARK PATTERNS WILL NOT BE MISSING AT
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE. THE MATERIALS WILL BE PRIN
CIPALLY CHEVIOTS AND WORSTEDS. THE CHEVIOTS ARE
SOFT TEXTURE; THE WORSTEDS HARD FINISHED. THE COATS
WILL BE A TRIFLE LONGER, THE LAPELS LONG AND NARROW,
THE COLLAR CLOSE-FITTING. THE COATS HAVE CONCAVE
SHOULDERS, GIVING A MAN A.GOOD ATHLETIC APPEARANCE.
THE PANTS WILL NOT BE SO WIDE AT THE HIPS, BUT
WIDER AT THE KNEE. 'J.., A
BUT BETTER THAN ALL THIS DESCRIPTION, COME AND
SEE; YOU DON'T HAVE TO BUY BECAUSE YOU LOOK. HAVE
SPLENDID BUSINESS SUITS FROM $10.00 to $20.00. THE CLOTHES
ARE HAND-TAILORED THROUGHOUT. THEY ARE THE KIND OF
CLOTHES THAT ARE GRACEFULLY ADAPTED TO THE HUMAN
FIGURE, BECAUSE THEY FIT IN EVERY PART.
"YOUR
WITH EVERY SUIT OUR GUARANTEE
WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK."
BUSINESS SUITS $10.00 TO $20.00.
MONEY'S
The Peoples Warehouse
MEN'S OUTFITTERS
SEVENTY-SIX NEW MEMBERS.
Eagles Now Have Nearly Three Hun
dred Members.
Tho Pendleton Aerie No, 28, of tho
Fraternal Order of Eagles, had the
big time of Its existence last night,
when 7C new members were taken
into the order and a grand barquot
and general good time was had.
The lodge met at the hall, when
the Initiations were held, and from
there the whole body marched to the
Hotel Blrkers, where a most elabor
ate banquet was spread.
There were 100 members to bo
Initiated, but some of them were de
tained by reasons which could not bo
overcome, and a total of 7fi were Ini
tiated. Two new life memberships
were taken out. The order now num
bers nearly 300 members,
ONE PACKAGE
Gold Leaf Coffee
FREE!
Happy, Healthy Children.
Any child can tnke I.Ittlo Early
Risers with perfect safety. They are
harmless, never gripe or sicken, and
yet they aio so certain In results
that robust constitutions requiring
drastic means arc never disappoint
ed. They cannot fall to perform
their mission and everyone who
uses Do Wilt's I.Ittlo Early Risers
prefer them to all other pills. They
cure blllousnoBB. Sold by Tollman ii
Co. .
Still Talking Irrigation.
F. I!. Holbrook. pdllnr nf Mm Irrt.
last gator, at Irrigon, and superintendent
or the Oregon Land and Water com
pany's irrigation tracts at the samo
place is In the city this morning. If
the rain continues in his district, he
will build several rafts, In which to
hunt his Irrigation ditches,
for every 10 tickets. Every package of GOLD LEAF COSTA RICA
AND GOLD LEAF JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEE contains ono
ticket. These goods nio tho best ever put on tho market for tho
money. Try a packago, and If not satisfactory, roturn to your
grocer and ho will refund your money,
Also try GOLD LEAF brand Spices, Teas, Extracts and Baking
Powder. They aro tho best. Onco tried always used.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Portland, Oregon.
HIGH WATER SCARE.
Lost an Ear.
In a fight In a Freewater saloon
yesterday, a citizen of that place bit
an ear off a neighbor, and District
Attorney T. G. Halley Is in Freewater
today looking into the affair.
WEINHARD'S BEER
Manufactured of the choicest materials only
Where the highest quality of beer Is desired, Welnliard's al
ways fills the bill. It's pure and wholesome. More Woinnard's
beer Is sold in Oregon than all other beers combined,
Call for
WEINHARD'S BEER
Peter1 MeilderiMeh Is distributor for Pendleton and It will al- ii
ways he found on tap at his saloon. Full supply kept In cold stoi-
age, .
Schilling's Best tea is of mid
dling prices ; five kinds. Four
At your gruccr' ; uioniytMck.
We have to keep the chemically pure kind
for medicine. The same kind is none too
good for cooking. Many good cooks buy this
article .here io, ij, 30 and 60 cent packages.
Our aim is ito sell drugs and chemicals that
are just a little" better than you find in every
drug store.
! KOEPPENS
The Popular Price
DRUG STORE
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
II m I
11 :
Gauge In the River Under Main Street
Bridge Has Been Watched Today
One-third of the population of Pen
dleton has stood on the river bank
at different times today, to look at
tne gauge under Main street bridge,
The water has been up to the seven
foot mark most of the day, and while coffees the same.
mere is not me least cause ior
alarm, the constant rain this fore
noon and the slow rise of the river
excited much interest, and caused
people to wonder what would happen
If the mountains of snow plied up at
the summit of the Blue mountain
range, should be loosed by the chin
00k or warm rain.
The lovee above the city Is equal
to any freshet, and tho city author!
ties are not In the least alarmed
about the conditions, although they
admit there is a good prospoct for
the highest water seen for many
years.
Tolephone mossages from Milton,
Weston and Athena, say that all the
streams are filled to the brim, and at
noon It was still raining.
At Kamela the sky was clear this
forenoon, and tho prospects for a
cooler night, allays .the fear of the
continued rise In the river.
All the old settlors admit that con
dltlons aro favorable for a season of
very high water, and is It woll onougu
to romomuer to clear out basoments
and collars, in order to bo prepared
should the unexpected happen, ,
Read Whlttlnghlll's ad In this Issue.
HANNAN
SHOES
DeYoung's Nephew Suicides.
San Francisco, March 8. Pierre
Jacobs, n nophew of M, H. DoVoung,
proprietor of tho- Chronicle, suicided
last night, by Inhaling Illuminating
gas, Ho was idespondont oyer finan
cial troubles.
Tho toniporonco people and tho
wldo-oponors of Forest Grove nro
having a big fight for and against
the enforcement o ftlm restrictive
nieasuros in the present liquor law
are on
1 the way
to
The Boston Store
Shoes and Clothing
Good Tools, (Lighter Labor
YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF U8.
GARDEN TOOLS,
CARPENTER TOOL8,
BUILDING TOOL8,
BUILDING HARDWARE.
POULRTY NETTING AND FIELD FENCING.
GOODMAN THOMPSON
HARDWARE CO.
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co.
WASHED I CLEAN.
- mmui AND "ST
PROVED
TJOTTO
OVfi
YOU KNOW WHAT
YOU WANT
in laundry work clothes washed
clean, just enough bluing to remove
the "yellow streak," just enough
starch td give body and polish, just
the right sort of ironing to make col
Jars, cuffs and shirts hold their own.
Do you get it ? If not, why not, when
that is the sort of laundering done by
us? Work called for and delivered.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
Has bad spoils doos It?
Wo havo had over twelve years ex".
sYdtir Roof Sick?
porlonce curing roofs..
hiipposo you wrlto us for particulars nbout ELATERITE ROOFING
t will go on oyor tin, corrugated iron, shukes, shingles, or any other root
ing inatorlal. It makes the host roof yo over saw. It never woara put.