East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 21, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, MONDAY. MARCH 1. W
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I Men's Fine Shoes
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EDWIN CLAPP HAS NO SUPERIORS IN THE SHOE MAK-
ING ART WITH THE BEST FITTING LASTS, FINEST WORK-
MANSHIP AND THE HIGHEST GRADES OF LEATHER TO BE
BOUGHT. HE MAKES SHOES THAT GIVE THE BEST OF SAT-
ISFACTION, WEAR AND COMFORT.
YOU MAKE NO MISTAKE WHEN YOU BUY EWDIN CLAPP
SHOES.
OWEN W. FEE DEAD
PIONEER STRICKEN
WITH HEART DISEASE.
dar. Thursday next another con'
signment of six cars Trill be ship
ped to Pomeror and from this on
the factory will be rushed -with or
idcrs for storage Ice.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
Phone Main 11SL
Came to Pendleton In 1884 Was a
Native of the Emerald Isle and
Came to America at 1A Was a
Pioneer of Wisconsin, Iowa, Cali
fornia, Washington and Oregon
Leaves Large Family and Hosts of
Friends.
Mary E. Sellen.
Healer, teacher, metaphysician of
17 years' experience, trill correspond
with afflicted, especially In female
diseases. Opposed to surgical oper
lation, know they can be prevented.
I hare the best methods: effectual
because simple. &end date of birth
with symptoms If enable to visit
Spokane. Fees reasonable, lec
ture and lessons on health and all
' subjects pertaining to happiness.
Address 527 South Howard.
COOD SHOES CHEAP
Owen W. Fee, a well known plo- UMe Daughter Quite IIL
necr of Pendleton, died Sunday M M j eddish, 0f
afternoon at the residence of his . . a .r 7 th Hrr the
xh Jr,;.;,; hu death s of hartn coae hcre
The Immediate cause of his aeatn f. . j , i
. was heart failure, this fatal ailment , , test of medl-
having been superinduced by rheu- e Candlsh
HfjE't. 5S. '"LSa were former residents of this city.
to return to her home with him. but," mJT h mx Mr. Candlsh baring been In the em-
wnrsmm - to return to ner nome wim mm. dui . v i .f
LU M UL Will L U fhe and left the court roam'" ploy of the O. R. & S.
I IIUIII I L11ULLI UI1
company with her mother and
AN
HAS
EX-CONVICT
TROUBLE
Bell. hZ i-- ,ti .1 Cunllff-Provo,
Idlewlne Is an old resident of that;lnp to t n fo'r daJ. he w' Robert B. Cunllff and Miss Annie
jclty and a respected and Industrious nrtrini KlT,rl;m th heart dis-'Provo were married yesterday even-
l citizen. His wife Is an epileptic and ni1 , ,.,..,-,, ,Rrim,.Mng at the residence of E. Houser. In
when he;tWK city. Rev. G. W. Rlgby officiat
ing. Mr. Cunliff Is a well known
Fee was bom in ! fireman on the O. R. 4: X, at La
,r County Fermanaugh. Ireland, on Grande ana Miss provo is a renuie-
the . V . - ,C,e . n mma tn ' ' HT1 !i H ThoT will Tirtn at T H.
OCiCUiVCi il, lOiO tu v.n.i v j " - - -
New York in 1S32, at the age of 14 Grande.
AT SALEM, " ,fe "v, VvT " " " " lingering mull 2:30,
u -"c'f nassed a war.
as one of tbe hardest pauents to Qwen wllIIaIn
of the Row and Causes a Fight Qj Sajurday has been returned.
Between Her Lover and Her The daughter is a pretty girl of
Father The Latter, Who Was somewhat simple mind, and easily
Sent to the Penitentiary From influenced. .....
Lester Bell "was sent to the penl-
umatiiia county, r-rosreuxre me ,pntIar from riniatllla county March i . "'"-.l.
" - . . - . ,. Wisconsin, wnere ne was mamtru ui
- IMS under a two and one-half , 184g e remembered present
'fj leCl0TjJaT v8:ite of the city of Chicago as Both-
fcu,u tiTi fh: Ins but a village of log huts.
jzzs ii-, f J?'s .'whenr
ter Bell, an ei-convict, lor assault thp name of Calvin Lester, and was
and battery. Idlewlne was dismiss- considered a hard character by the
Girl's Father for Assault
tery.
and
i
years.
He resided In that state nntll 1S42. Freewater Place Sold,
when he came to the fartherest I Rebecca J. Manela has sold to D.
frontier of Western settlement, to j Blrdsell for 1.500. three and a half
acres oi land in the nonnwest quar
ter of the northwest quarter of sec
tion 1 In township 5. north of range
35 east, being In the vicinity of
Freewater.
to Central Iowa. In 1S73 ne
came to California, from there to
Mrs.
Gone to Seho.
Helen P. Gattch left
this
ed on the motion of the prosecuting officers here.
attorney.
The story Is that Bell was paying N York Life Peonle
year-old daughter of the 'old man. M. B. Gwlnn, general manager for ren. two sons nd five daughters
COMING EVENTS.
April 19 Democratic state con
vention, Portland.
April 14 Republican state con
vention, Portland.
April 16 Meeting of Orefon Cattle-growers'
Association. Portland.
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May i General M. E. conference,
Los Angeles.
June 2, 3, 4 Umatilla county pio
neers' reunion, at "Weston.
June 6 General election In Ore
gon. June 15, 1G, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood River.
Excavating Begun.
Workmen commenced this morn
ing on the excavation for the base-1
ment of the proposed Carl Welsertj
harness building on the corner of'
Court and Cottonwood streets. The i
work will be pushed as fast as pos
sible, in order that the owner can
move Into his new quarters early in
the year. t
Lomax, of Union. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lomax, of
Union, are the guests of the Hotel '
SL George for a short visit in the
city. Mr. Lomax is one of the prom-)
lnent attorneys of Union county, and
is in the city to attend to legal bus-'
iness. J
Herr Martin
The Naturalist
Says he bought a horse whfck
"was thin, almost a skeleton
and so weak it could bartX
walk," and began giving 2
coffee, in the form of infastoat
of the roasted beans, t)
sometimes ground and aixM
with honey. After a fe,
months Herr Martin refoset
JI50 for iL The German stri
he has brought round atoi
horses since by the saas
conee is better than horie
feed put up In packages intj
called cereal coffee.
OWL
TEA HOUSE
MEBRIU. TYPEWRITE! CtL So. 7 IW H
SirppliM Renting Etr-Rfaim.l
Washington In 1S7S, and from that afternoon for Echo where she will
state to Pendleton in 1RS4. where he i visit with the ladies of the Eastern
has since resided. His wife died In j star. She will return Monday to her i
this city In April. 1SS0. I home after a two-weeks' visit with
His family consists of seven child-'Mrs. John Vert.
all
v. i,j mm m o f ,h me nonnwest oi me J"- or mem living ai mis ume except Returneo From La uranae.
state to come to the house. On last IMe- iD cit7 taT a Bnort vlsil one daughter. The two sons are, Lou Wenham, one of the mechani
ThursdET Bell aecomnanled the cirl t- business and is the guest of his Judge James A. Fee and P. H. Fee. i cal force of the East Oregonian, re-
5.f
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ing and was Invited into the house. Gwlnn Is accompanlng Dr. James H. Maggie Salisbury, of Relnbeck.
When Idlewlne found out who the North. r.. of New York City, who Is Iowa; Mrs. Nellie Langtxy. of Ever
risltor was. he ordered him from the Uo Inspector of physicians for the ett. Wash.; Mrs. Hattle Allen and
an-est followed. tour through the Western States.
At the trial on Saturday the old ,
man told his story in court and was First Dipping Finished.
dismissed, the prosecuting attorney; The first dlnDinr of the Wade cat
turned yesterday from a visit with
his parents at La Grande, where he
has been for some time, threatened 1
with an attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. Fee was a rugged, hardy. ) T. G. Halley to Portland,
honest pioneer of that sturdy type; T. G. Halley will leave this even
which has helped clvlllie and con-1 ing for Portland, where he win look
quer every frontier of the United ' after the interests of Judge G. A.
vi ,,. k ... ir. '.. "c . ., "i4T 'States. Co mine to this countrr as'Hartman n tho land fraud cases
attempt to JptecT his and the hTh ror OK. feed ! a . from thi Emerald Isle, he if bow being considered by the feder
ome. At the close of the trial the 5rt ,nT V second bar:;once . the. nt of . i S iT.
n nVadHi with his dauchter . vi.v i- ment in tne wnas or tne ureal LflKe,
! Cut Glass!
itime, after which the cattle can be r,, ,
snipped to meir owners.
When that country began to, Parish Aid Meetlnc.
settled up he went to the Iowa pssi-i Tuesdar afternoon at 2 o'clock.
, ries. then almost a wilderness, and . there will be a called meetlnc of the
Tho nnmW of "drunks and dlsor- i Ia,er came wUb tne advance Boards i Pari9h Aid Society at the home of
Jli irortfand ty Jalf anwISt ' 10 Washlnetn territory when that j Mrs. Lee Moorhouse. to arrange for
. -i",""0"" J , country was attracting the widest m mricii
derlies
to about
20 per day.
THESE ARE
OUR JEWELS
DO YOU WANT ANY OF
THEM.
They are yours If you want
them at a reasonable price.
We have them in our front
window, and as it is a new
shipment, would like to have
you come in and see the pret
ty new cuttings.
fMe WKCLESOMet
CRESCENT
country
attention
Although E6 years of age he had
recently spoken of going to Alberta.
Canada, the last lingering frontier
on the North American continent.
He was a kindly, genial, homeloving , in a few days return to her
man. whose familiar presence wCl .near Umatilla.
be missed by a large circle of
a parish reception.
Mrs. Brownell Recovering.
Mrs. D. C. Brownell, who has been
111 at the Hotel Bickers for some
time, is now convalescing and will i
home
EXAMINE
THIS FINE ENGRAVING
The Mew "K. B." Shoulder
The "K. B." Shoulder, positively the greatest
invention ever made in clothes-making, is a. creation
of Kohn Brothers.
It has completely revolutionized clothes-making.
Will be found only in Kohn Brothers', Chicago,
line of Fine Clothing.
This shoulder, when handled
by skilled tailors such as they
employ secures a result impos
sible to reach in any other way
and equals the work of the
highest-priced tailors.
All Union Made.
Wt CAIIT A CDVF1XTI UXX tT
friends.
J
FORMERLY OF PENDLETON
Corn-Fed Cattle.
John Greulieh was a visitor at
Basket Mountain yesterday, where
be bought a band of fine corn-fed
Bruce, in; cattle for his market.
Death cf Mrs. Wallace J.
San Francisco. '
I Gone to Alberta.
Mrs. Wallace J. Bruce, formerly of H. S. Bixbee left this morning for
this city, died In Ban Francisco , Alberta. Canada, where he has been
Tuesday last. Mrs. Bruce was well, called on an extended business trip,
known In this city, having been i .
prominently connected with the , TvT
work 01 the Church of the Redeem-! ISO LrSSScrL
TALLMAN & CO.
Leading Druggists
: E4$-Pri0SBO8ie Attractive
. m oeatn. rne touowinc notice of ner 1,1
! death is reproduced from the San, bo soaking J
SAVES ONE-THIRD THE EGGS.
NOT GOOD, NOT HERE
DO YOU WANT
THE BEST COFFEE?
If You Do Yotf Most
BUY REVERE
BAKING POW3ER
Francisco Examiner:
The death of Mrs. Wallace J.
SAVES TWO-THIRDS THE MONEY ' Bruce In this city last Tuesday re
moved a woman who bad endeared
herself to many acquaintances by
her Christian charity and kindly
traits. Mrs. Bruce came here fom
Portland recently.
she was a confirmed Inevalld, but
was patient and gentle In her suf
fering. She leaves surviving her
father.
SAVES ALL THE WORRY
Oat pound i ou. AlIGroori
S1 dEUyrQA
T4 5?S-rV9Sli
i
K
COATSthukctp CLOTHING wkh
tltir shape. In&icvirj.
The Suits that made
The
Bosfoii
, u
The price may be a few cents' more per pound, but what are
a few cents compared to getting the finest thing soldf
if one only pays 25 cents for coffee it is certainly not better
than a 25 cent quality.
The best Is not generally considered any too good for the
people of this country.
Don't be behind the procession, but keep up near the band,
and get the good things.
Have you tried REVERE Coffee?
No? Get some and see what you have missed all these
year and begin to enjoy coffee as soon as poslble.
REVERE COFFEE .
In the world; 40c per pound.
great deal to this and you will do well to see us
General W. H. H. Beadle.
president of the state normal school
of Madison, S. D.; her husband, two
sisters, Mrs. Fred B. Hughes of this
city and Mrs. Fred E. Brink of Ann
Arbor, and a nelce, Mrs. L. C. Horn-schuck."
sweetening, fl-vorinj
and coloring wnen
produces better results us two minutes?
ETerrthincintheTiucKaBtf. Butch- add hot
For many years! water and ettocooL It'spcrfectiun. Asur
jmwiuujo uuuxirue, iiu uuuuitr, iiri t:i.
pense. Try it tvday. Jn Fmr Fruit Fla.
Tore: Lemon. Orange, Strawberry, lLmp
berry. At grocers. 10c
Is the best
There Is a
about It.
: F. S. YOUNGER & SON
2 Telephone Main 28 f
ELECTION APRIL 12.
People Will Vote on Bond Issue for
School Improvement,
The school board met last Satur
day evening an- set the date for the
speclnl election, at which will be de
termined whether or not tie dis
trict Is to have the bond issue and
the new buildings.
Notices will be published calling
the election for April 12, the polling
place to te In the circuit court room
at the court house, and the Toting
to continue from 1 to 4 o'clock In
the afternoon. According to the law
the board will call the meeting to
order and will at that Ume appoint
from those present the judges and
clerks of election.
The question Is now before the
the people, and the board Is anxious
that the people Inform themsolves
In regard to the conditions of the
school buildings
situation.
and the general
WOOD
AND
COAL
It's our business to furnish
fuel, and we have nothing but
the beat.
Dry, sound wood, and the
celebrated Kemmerer coaL
Prompt delivery, reasonable
prices.
McADAMS
Successor to Collier.
BIX CARS OF ICE.
Pendleton Factory Is Turning Out
Fifteen Tona Per Oay.
The Pendleton Irn nnrl rViM ci nr.
ago Company shipped six cars of Ice
yesterday afternoon to Pomeroy,
wucre it win db stored lor Mm num. .
mer trade. The shipment aeeregat-1
ed 120 tons, and nearly cleaned up
what Burplus Ice the company had!
in the Ice room.
The olant Ir now mtinlnv nt Ita
All persons knowing
tbemaolve8 to be in
debted to me will call
, and settle their ac
counts as I need the
money,
Conrad Platzoeder
Meat Market
IT IS A PLEASURE TO SHOW OUR NATTY
LINE OF CLOTHING OR ALL SIZES OF MAN
(FROM INFANT TO GRANDFATHER), AS OUR
VERY COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AFFORDS
SOMETHING TO PLEASE EACH AND EVERYONE.
THE PRICES MADE ON OUR SUITS SAVE THE
BUYER
$2.50 io $5.00
BAER & DALEY
729 Main Street
SPRING
CLOTHING
IN SELECTING ONE OF OUR
NEW 6PRINO SUITS, WE GUAR
ANTEE YOU A SAVING OF 1-6
TO 120. CALL AND SEE,
ONE PRICE TO AU'
full capacity and Is turning out ice
at the rate of ID and more tons a
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