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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904.
fH"K"H"H"' H "t M t I MfrM-4-frM--K"K" WWHWI I H H'H
You Will Be Pleased
With the Dress Goods
at 50c a yard
POSITIVELY THE BZST DRESS GOODS BARGAINS EVER OF
FERED BY ANYBODY SO i-AR THIS SEASON THE VALUES
ARE IMPOSSIBLE TO DUPLICATE ANYWHERE BUT HERE.
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, ALL OUR REGULAR
75c GRADE WOOL-AND FANCY MIXTURES, PLAIDS AND VOILLE,
AT 50c YARD.
Special Embroidery Sale
12J2c AND 15c EMBROIDERIES IN ALL THE NEW PATTERNS
- AND STYLES FOR 1904, SPECIAL, 9c YARD. ..
25c, 30c, 35c GRADES IN EXTRA WIDE
IAL AT 19c YARD.
50c GOLF GLOVES IN TWO-COLOR EFFECT, SPECIAL, 25c PAIR.
Alexander Department Store
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
wntn you call for a TRIUMPH, CI YNN &C0
bf.TIT.Dont accept a substitute! I " ,i
ttfTttfeT" I IIAl
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST
CUSS WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
He Wanted Grown-up Ones.
Jimmy Say ma, when you're
down town today, buy me a pair of
His Mother "what kind do you
Jimmy "No'm. lien's."
741 MAIN ST.
a child a" chair for his own use r.nd his or- her own sizo, ns
as one for papa? if you want n'hint on the many pieces of
m 'Uro Wo hav5 especially for children, come. ,
tern!11" arPet hUS f Pendloton an(1 we liavo more Fat"
Bc,cct rom "'an nny other place in Eastern Oregon.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Farnlttire and Carpets
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
One of tho most remarkable cases
of cold, deep-seated on the lungs,
I causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gcrtrudo E. Konner, Marion, Ind
I who was entirely cured by tho use
of One Minute Cough Cure. She says:
J j "The coughing and straining so weak-
, encd mo that I ran down in weight
i from 14S to 92 pounds. I triod a
number of remedies to no avail until
1 1 used Ono Minute Cough Cure, Four
. uottics of this . wonderful roincay
J cured mo entirely of the cough
strengthened my lungs and restored
me to my normal weight, health and
strength." Sold by Tollman & Co.
1 1 Artists' Soppliesj
J 'I If you are interes
2 '7 Painting see us.
J is complete
teresteel in Oil j
Monday Night, March 21
At Frazer Theatre
8lTlnS graphic stQ008 f lL BrCnt B'3r Wnr IllulsMtcd lot,,r0'
Btttl1 African roTli? 8tr"egl bot",oon England and tho
tut ever eivon ' , ThIs ls 0,10 f tho most faeinutlng loo
Pe,r Wa nnd " Oonoral Joubort und Captain O'Dounoll will r.p-
O1,,coa or tho Men's Resort.
We make a specialty of fram-
ing pictures. Newest stock
WILL HAILEY SERVE?
IS STRONGLY URGED TO
TAKE NOMINATION AGAIN.
Large Business Interests Cause Him
to Hesitate Before Making Race
for District Attorney Again The
Church People Anxious for Him to
Keep Up the Fight Against Gam
blingWill Support Him Regard,
less of Party, If He Will Run.
The office of district attorney for
Morrow and Umatilla counties is ono
of the most Important offices to bo
filled at the coming election, and
more people are inquiring about pos
sible candidates for this office than
about any other.
Owing to tho extremo economy
with which T. O. Halley hns con
ducted this office durinc his term.
and owing to his firm and uncompro
mising attitude on the gambling
question, no nas a largo and enthusi
astic following In all the parties, and
nas me solid support of tho church
people, who have expressed their
hearty approval of his action in
more than one way.
Mr. Halley has largo private Inter
ests, which ho must attend to, and
ho is undecided yet as to his nctlon
In accepting another nomination, and
umn ne manes his Intention known,
this offico will bo tho chief storm
center nround which tho greatest
political activity will be found.
During Mr. Hnlley's term ho has
won every suit in which tho county
has been concerned. Owing to his
advlco and counsel, a great deal of
costly litigation has been avoided
and tho county expenses materially
His action In enforcing tho lnw
against gambling has met with es
pecially warm approval from the
church people and moral element of
all parties, and they are desirous qf
seeing Mr. nancy continue in omco
and pursue his campaign against
this evil, as district attorney, until
it is entirely stamped out in this vi
cinity. Willie there are new men who
would probably fill the offico as
gracefully, they say Mr. Halley Is In
tho harness and has tho matter at
his fingers' ends, and they would
rather see him continue for another
term at least.
John McCourt is mentioned as a
possible republican candidate, and as
Mr. McCourt is assoclatod with
Judgo J. J. Ilalleray, ono of tho
ablest lawyers In the statu, his
friends argue that ho would make a
"good prosecuting attorney, but his
attitude on tho gambling issue Is not
definitely known to tho church peo
ple and they prefer to keep a man
In the office for another term, whose
position on this Important question
Is known, rather than to risk a now
man, oven though his polities may
bo moro to their liking.
Strong presBiiro Is now being
brought to bear upon Mr. Halley,
from tho best people In tho county,
from all parties, to continue in tills
race, and It is thought that lie will
accept the nomination, Tho church
people fear that a man openly favor
ing gambling may creep In, If a tried
man Is not supported by all thoso in
favor of moral discipline in tho city,
and as tho city council favors gam
bling, the church peoplo would lose
all they have gained In the past two
or threo years.
With a vigoroim man in this offico.
they argue, the evil will bo so com
pletely under control, within a year
or two more, that public sentiment
will then bo absolutely against open
gambling, und tho efforts of tho ac'
FROM ALL OVER THE STATE
WILL MEET MARCH 22-23.
prices here range from 25 to 200 per
cent above thoso charged in nny of 2
our American cities. I have found
the merchnnts shrewd, conservative, 5
nnu energetic, anxious to know our
prices and very kindly disposed to
give goods of the United States a
In the nbsonoe of some merchant
who would start branch stores, the
sending of commercial travelers with
samples Is the most practlcnl meth
od of securing orders. There Is no
question or doubt of tho great oppor
tunities that present themselves and
it is to tie hoped such a fruitful mar
ket will attract the attention of our
I am in constant receipt of re
quests, personal and otherwise, from
Treblzond merchants asking that the
manufacturers of tho United States
seriously cousldcr the opportunity
that presents ItRoif for trade and
commerce In Asia Minor."
EDWARD J. SULLIVAN.
$3,000.00 S room, 2 story new
house, and lot 60x100.
$1,200.00 5 room,
$1,700.008 lloom, 2 story
house. Hath tub nnd toilet,
guod cellar, woodshed, pump
nnd city water. Ensy terms.
$600.001 Vacant lot. Very
$2,000 7 room 2 story house
4 rooms each lGxlB, bath
room, nick collar 18x32, 2
$250.001 vacant lot.
Despaln Ilulldlug, Hoom 43,
Tolophono Illack 1161.
Will Consider and Discuss Sanitary
Issues In Every Phase: Water Sup
ply, Dairies, Drainage, School Hy
giene, Etc., Etc. Dr. C. J. Smith
Will Discuss Observance of the
the Law Requiring Returns of
The county and city health offi
cers of the state will meet In Tort
land March 22 and 23, under thu
auspices of the state board of health,
for consideration of tho various san
itary questions that affect tho mod'
em city, nnd with which tho health
officer of tne present day Is expected
Tho program to lie rendered Is as
Tuesday at 2 p. in., "Peculiarities
and Diagnosis of Present Smallpox
Epidemic. Discussion opened by
Dr. C. J. Kagan, secretary of provin
cial board of henlth, Victoria, 11. C.
Dr. Snnford Whiting, Dr. Herbert
Cardwell, Dr. James C. '.an, all of
Portland, nnd Dr. Walter C. Culln,
of Coquille City, will also speak on
Tuesday evening, an address by
Hon. W. W. Cotton, entitled, "Tho
Sanitation of tho Dairy." Discussion
opened by Dr. S. li. Nelson, presl
dent of the state board of health of
Washington, and Mr. Klchnrd Scott,
Wednesday, beginning at 10 a. m.,
"Typhoid l ever and Water Supply,
Dr. Elmer H. Heg, secretary Wash
ington hoard of health, and Dr. Al
fred Kinney, of Astoria.
"Compensation of Hcaltn Officers,
Dr. K. A Pierce, Salem, and C. J.
Smith, Pendleton; Hon. Thomas P.
Hyan, county Judgo of Clackamas
county, and Hon. Virgil 12. Watters,
county Judgo of Demon county.
"Kull Returns of Vital Statistics,"
Dr. C. J. Smith, Pendleton.
"Prevention of Tuberculosis," Dr.
J. It. Yocom, of Tacoma, Wash.; Dr.
II, S. NIcnolH, Porllnnd, and Dr. K.
I), Plckel, Medforil.
"School Hyglcno," Dr. K. W. Van
Dyko, (Irnnts Pass, and Dr. Muo II.
Not nn ordinary article, but
something extraordinary Is
For medicinal use as well ns
for salads and table use.
This is tho highest quality
nnd purest oil made.
Sold exclusively in Pendloton
Despain & Clark
Maud Mulier on a winter day
Herself lileil to u matlnco,
Oood, olght-roomod houso In splon-
did condition. Klght lots, good barn
and orchard. Oood fonco nnd now
sldowalk. Water piped all ovor
house and gnrdon. dood woll. Vory
desirable property. Apply to QUS
.FONTAINE, nt French Itostaur
nnt. Every stnmp requirement supplied.
And seated in tho parquet, there,
tlvo moral forces In tho community, Sho munched on caramels for fair.
will have borne good results.
She ruliliered rouuil lioiweon tne
To seo tho stylus in sealskin sacques.
TRADE OPENINGS IN TURKEY.
American Consul at Erzerum Tells of
uinh rr,r,nr,,nii.. Tu... Her program, twisted as a fan,
a i J. . ' Slio wavi'd each tlmo u waltz begun.
juiicm-un v;uiihui is. J. ouiiivnn ui i
Erzerum, Turkey, writes as follows a ,irmr n.n . in ,,!,.
on openings lor American trade In And dabbed some powder on her
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list.
A sue to
Hartford Kite Insurance Co.l2,2.5D,076
Alliance AsMtirmiee Co i.1),(M0,!63
Loudon A Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co.. 2.644,683
North Jlrltlsh & Mercantile
Koynl Insurance Co 22,b07,163
FRANK B. CLOPTON
2 EAST COURT ST.
!C. C. SHARP r
Opera House Block
$ BICYCLE DOCTORS 1
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'.t. Tf vnHp ivllfHil iu iilllnc nniiuflt T
i ns. We treat tho worst wlieo)
mid rt store tliem to health. On i
liloyole hospital at Sll Court J
Street is complete and equipped 4
with thu latent appliances. 1
iGorden 8c Ecfmisten
All Kluds of Light Repairing
"Tho city of Treblzond Is . ono of
the most Important cities and ports
in the Ulack Sea. It is about 480
Our line 11,1,08 rrom uonstantinopio and Jul)
7 UJIIVO iJUlIl 13ULU1JJ. 1L 1H IIUHlUfiH 1LH
own trade and that of tho Province of
Treblzond, tho port of entry and
distributing center for tho Interior.
viz: Erzerum, Hitlis, and Van, and
tho caravan route for Persia. Tho
population of tho province Is esti
mated at 1,193.000 and that of tho
city at 00,000.
There ls a splendid onenine for tho
sale of the following American
goods: Stoves, furniture, agricultu
ral Implements, canned goods, shoes,
mecnanics' tools, linens, cottons.
llannols, silks, prints, pictures and
picture frames, lamps, tinwaro, tin
plates, galvanized ware, paints, var
nlHhes, optical supplies, window
blinds, oilcloths, linoleum, rain coats
and mackintoshes, water Alters,
coolers and houso refrigerators,
safes, pianos and organs, knitting
machines, typewriters, rubber hoso,
rubber overshoes, silver-plated waro,
patent medicines, clocks and
Catalogues. Illustrated or other-
wise, aro valueless. Tho merchants
pay no attention to thorn, as they do
not understand our currency,
woignts, measures, or prices.
I navo mndo a very careful study
oi uusincsB conditions In this cuy.
Aiy experience and training in com
mercial llfo afford 8 mo an exception
al opportunity to speak from tho
standpoint of n practical business
man, and I have no hesitation In
stating that n most excellent oppor
tunity presents itself to Amorlcnn
manufacturers to control tho market.
Cried out thu Judgo, In nccents wild,
"(inat Scott, what alls the wlggly
LET US MJPPLY YOU
IMHNHION LUMHIiK OK
nil descriptions. Hash,
Doors, lllhidH, Mould,
hijr, Hulldlng ant) Tur rn,n-r.
It is related bv Heurv I.abouchcro
that when ho started Truth, his fa- Bring Your Bill to Us and
mouH wcemy, jiu wus yibuuu uuy ,
by an old friend, who, on seeing a
great many bookB lying around, ven
tured tho opinion that there was not
a Illblo among them, "ljxuhv" offer
ed to bet him $50 that thero was,
and then managed to quickly send
his boy to tho nearest book store for
tho loan of a Ulblo. Presently ho
called an assistant and said: "Bring I
me tho Illble." Tho young man did
so, and as ho handed it to tho chief
tho latter "gavo himself away" by
muttering.' "I hopo to goodness you
dldn t forget to cut tho leaves."
Get Our Figures,
"Gets Drunk Like a Gentleman."
Tho colored women sitting on their
front stops were overheard boasting
of the many lovable traits und manly
virtues of their husbands, "Gawgo
sutulnly is a good man to me," said
Mrs. Jackson, with a reeling in her
volco. "Ah hov novah been without
a day's wash seuso ah mablod dat
man. Ho gits mo all tho wasbln s ah
"Well, ah has this to say foah Kz-
ra," declared Mrs. Johnson, with
satisfaction; "When Ezra gits drunk
ho gits drunk llko a porfee' gentle
man." Mpplncott's. '
Grays' Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. Wt & C . depot
Let us fill your
bin with ....
jnmos uummings, colored, was
lynched nt Mojave. Col., for an ns-
sauit which ho could not nosslblv
hnvn r.. ....... 1 1 1 ...I i., . , I
vcz , , " unuunucu, o uib menus naval
' iimouuui uxpenoaco unu ou- proven a most mm u vn nin.i -
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nvi ihhwu iiiivu luiuiu uuil luu ruillll I llinii
ROCK SPRING GOAL
Recognized as the best
and most e onomical fuel.
We are prepared to con
tract with you for your
winter's supply We de
liver coal or wood to any
part of the city.