East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 22, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN; PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1904.
Lace Curtains
and
Bed Spreads
we will make a special showing of lace curtains and
ThU wteK u.cnmr rfefilnns. and at Drlces way below
PERSONAL MENTION.
I ace
r-rtalns 3 yards long, $1.00 per pair.
I -..m 3 yards long, better quality, $1
50 per pair.
-"vv ai u9fric inno. orciiy ucsiuns. .uu ucr oi
h laltie. JVfl T ' . . -
Lali(. ,rHe lono. very wide. 5Z.50 ner pair.
uce Curtains, yz i
0 i- $3 00 $3-50, $4.00, 55.00 ana D.uu uunains are remarKaoie
values.
Bed Spreads, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 to $5.00 each. See window.
SEE WINDOW
LEE TEUTSCjH'S I
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
oai
City Brevities
. -.-..ik.1 ml will not nl-
ways bring about a miracle;
tut It will usually secure for
jou a good servant which Is
something near It.
c
1M hats at the Boston.
C C Ittder Get Sunny.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Bojs' clothing, Baer & Daley.
Weinhard's beer at The Mint.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos-
Xw neckwear at Sulllvau &
IxrcjUs and Hanan shoes. The
Kcitas for fuel, successor to
Hirtjou seen our new sweaters?
Several loads of cinders for the
. ... ..now nnvl tint rnira
look at our line. Sullivan & Bond.
e. Alexander Department Store.
s office.
ssei at Joerger's, 126 West
auieu tame to laKe wiui our
to casture in the mountains.
and cold water and bath room
(.-wvu, uciu uuu uunci
fi IT! hllll. 1. A 11
r-aouuB mock ana sure to pro-
n,. j. .... ?. .
vui bcvus are amiable to mis
j s:
for the asking we will
the correct time. Our
tflulates the schools, the
d everything Import-
the city.
"me Is the correct time
r-.-v. wn nme-Keepers
rrect. r
In our store or call us
J .n pu0ne and w will
u H about them.
HUNZIKFR
6 Main Street
Get Sunny. TJ " Hader.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint.
New line men's sweaters. The
Boston.
Dine at the St. George. Everything
first-class.
McAdams for dry wood. 'Phone
Main 1211.
Great bargains in shoes at Alexan
der Department Store.
Smokers get satisfaction at How
ird's. formerly Rees' ciga, store.
For Rent IJght housekeeping
rooms, apply G12 Thompson street.
The Sahlln corset, pompadour
bangs and hair goods at Mrs. Camp-
pell's.
Ladles, attend the 19c bargain sale
this week. Alexander Department
Store.
Murbles, baseball goods, striking
bags, boxing gloves, tops, bicycles.
Nolfs.
19c buys the Pony Stockings for
boys and girls. Alexander Depart
ment Store.
Teutsch Is offering 97 hats, broken
lines, regular $3 and $3.50 values, to
close at $2.00.
Sullivan & Bond can fit you with
a shirt that you'll like, no matter how
small or large you are.
A fine high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care Ea- Oregonian.
Wanted To buy 15 head of choice
dairy cows. See or address S. M.
Richardson, Pendleton, Ore.
Men'i hats cleaned and b.oeked;
clothes cleaned and pressed. J. J.
Comegys' 222 East Court street.
Whether you live to eat or eat to
live your cook should have good fuel.
Only the best sold by McAdams.
Dry wood, Keramerer coal, good
measure, fair weight, reasonable
prices, prompt delivery. McAdams,
phone Main 1211.
Wanted To rent part or whole of
furnished house. Will consider un
furnished house also. Address John
T. Whistler, Hotel Pendleton.
DEATH OF MRS. WILSON.
Passed Away From Brlght'6 Disease
at Home on Cosble.
Mrs. Hattle Wilson, the mother of
John Wilson, of the Peoples Ware-
iim.Qi, riiori fit the lamuv uome on
Cosble street, early this morning.
after a long Illness irora unguis ms
ease. tiiu AafaneoA wis r.9 years of age
at the time of her death, and has
been a resident or this cuy ior me
past four years, coming here from
m.irfio, niit-inc; rniintv. where the
family had lived from the time of
coming to this state irom Wisconsin
In 1858. . ., . ,
Mrs. Wilson leaves a family of six
children: Mrs. Jennie Wilson, of
Sclo; P. A. Wilson and Mrs. Ora
Harmon, of Riddle.
The funeral arrangements have
not as yot been completed, as all of
the relatives have not been heard
from.
Date for Final Hearing.
County Judge G. A. Hartman has
fixed Saturday, April 23, as the date
for the hearing of the final account
In the estate of Sarah A. Beely, de
ceased. Weston Land Sold.
William P. Rldenour and wife have
sold to John P. Rldenour for $1,800,
the McArthur dlralnlsbod reserve, a
tract of land In Weston.
D. C. Brownell, of Umatilla, Is In
the city today.
G. W. Kelly, of Umatilla, Is In the
city for a short visit on business,
Sid Saylor, the old-tlmo barber of
Umatilla, Is In the city today.
Volna J. White, of Weston, was a
business visitor in the city today.
C. A. Cooper, -of Pilot Rock, was a
business visitor In the ctly yester
day.
Robert McCowcn, of the O. R. &
N. paint crew, Is In the city from
Portland.
.V. H. Boyd, the merchant of Echo,
was in the city yesterday for a short
bcslnofs visit.
Ilrs. V H. Chnstaino, of Milton,
spent thr day in the city as the
guest of friends.
Mr. and Mrs. II. B. Allen, of Athe
na, are the guests of friends In tho
city for n short time.
Dave Gregoire left this mroning for
Adams, where he will remain on a
business visit for n week.
C. E. Cochran, a prominent attor
ney of Union, passed through this
morning to Walla Walla.
A. W. Robinson, of Echo, wns a
Pendleton visitor today, having come
here to transact business.
Mrs. Nellie Langtry, of Everett,
Wash., Is ,n the city to attend the
funeral of her father, O. W. Fee.
E. L. Harnett, one of the promt
nent residents of Athena, was In the
city today on a short business trip
R. L. Knox, one of the prominent
wood dealers of Kamela, was In the
city last evening and today on on
business.
M. A. Ferguson, editor of the Ad
urns Advance, Is In the city today at
tending the meeting of the republl
can county central committee.
T. H. Crawford and wife, or I'nlon,
passed through this morning to
Walla Walla, where Mr. Crawford Is
attorney In the Stubblerleld will
ense.
G. W. Ruckman, the largest beet
farmer In Grand Hoiule valley, was
In the city between trains, this morn
ing, en route to Walla Walla on bus
iness.
Lee Held left yesterday morning
for Portland, where he Is called as
a witness in the land fraud investi'
gallons now being made by the fed'
ernl grand jury.
Neiil McDonald, one of the promt
nent farmers of Adams, was a visi
tor In the city today, having come
in to pay his taxes and attend to
business matters.
Frnnels Norton, formerly car
nhprkor lor the O. R. & N. in this
city, now baggage master for the
same company at Colfax, is in the
city on a brief visit.
Mrs. N. L. Skiff and Miss Meda
Munsey, both of Cornucopia. Baker
county passed through this morning
to Walla Walla, where they will
each undergo an operation at the
hospital there.
TWELVE WILL GRADUATE.
A Fine Class Will Complete the High
School Work.
The high school class has doubled
In the past year, and then a little.
Last year the cIbbs numbered five
members, and this year just an even
dozen young people leave the school
on commencement day.
The work of the class for the past
year has been a source or credit to
the members and of gratification to
the teachers and the patrons of the
school, each member standing high
In the literary work of the school,
taking a lead in the athletic work,
and at the same time standing high
In their class records.
mm... n,nn,i,n.D ni tlio nl.'iKti are Dell
m,.r.,,. nroaiHPTit Chloo Stanfield
Bertha Alexander, Myrtle DIzney,
Will Wyrlck. Ed Jay, Fred Hartman,
Roy Alexander, Fred Vincent, Se
Williams, Gertrude Sheridan and Nell
Jay.
OLD-TIME REUBEN DANCE.
Men's Good Clothes
If you want good Clothes, come to a store where you will be sure to
find them. We do not use the term good In a narrow sense; when we
say good we do not mean simply STYLISH. We mean that the MATER.
IAL must be good; we mean that the WORKMANSHIP mutt be good.
We mean that the suit ALLTOGETHER must be good. We wish you to
understand that this Is the Peoples Warehouse definition of the word
GOOD when applied to men's clothing. Whether you want a business
suit, or a dress suit, call and see us and we will be Just at well able to
fit you whether you be a big man, or a little man, a tall man, or a short
man, a fat man or a lean man, a young man, a middle aged man or an old
man. Come and tell us what you want; we will satisfy you. Prices range
from $10.00 to $25.00. The celebrated makes of Hart, Schaffner & Marx
and Alfred Benjamin & Co. These names stand for the highest art In
clothing. The stock Is now ready for your Inspection.
yjljitdPenjamins
MAKERS MtwyRK
"brnr 'Clothes far Afcn
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The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
Spring Tonic and Blood Purifier I. Sassafras Bark Tea. She
ecommends It for chronic rheumatism and cutaneous erup-
e n furnish you with a very .elect SASSAFRAS BARK.
J "uuna Pkage; 25c pound.
iiPPENS TI ,KrB,
A. C. KOEPPEN 6V BROTHERS
Power From the Falls.
A company has been formed to ex
ploit Victoria Falls, In the Zambesi,
and will build a hydro electric gener
ating plant, with the expectation of
supplying iKiwer to the Wankie coal
fields. Buluawayo, the Gwelo, Seba
klve and Hartley gold fields, all of
which are within 300 miles. The
falls are over 400 feet high, and,
while the total amount of energy
running to waste at Niagara Is 7,
000,000 horsepower, the corresioiul
ing figure for the Victoria Falls In
the wet season is 35,000,000. The
railway has now been completed to
within 70 miles of the falls anil will
reach them before tho end of March.
Cash In Frozen Rabbits.
Shipments of frozen rabbits from
Australia to Ixmdon has grown to
considerable Importance. In 1900
there were 2,839,112 pair. In 1903
this had Increased to 3,650,000 pair,
Altogether there were utilized for
tho export market during that year
at least 20,000,000 rabbits, some fro
zen In tho fur and the rest tinned.
The rabbits are of tho variety which
was introduced for Bport, which de
veloped Into a pest, and now, alaln
for the 'market in lots of many thous
ands, Is again a "good fellow" to the
Australians.
Apart from the goodness of
Schilling's Best
U Utkiuc iOdr pit
cofl flavoring CktraCII Hrik
how do you like the dealing in
them ? Moneyback.
THE
Hanan Shoes
Are Here
Terpsichorean Jubilation Conducted
by the Eagles,
mi... inni .rl of the Eagles will
soon have oue of the big dances of
the season at Armory Hall. It will
i... .ujimu ni.ni.un dance, with
old-time flddlln,' calico dresses and
blue jeans pants. It win noi u
mask affair, and all will have their
nwn to the light OI
day. There will be more fun, more
pretty girls ana more buu
than has been since the days when
tio-i, Uo,,i-rin led the cotillion In the
old hotel at Pilot Rock,
The date of the grand anair u
. u.,n,ii. Anrll 4. when
ueeu bci iui 1 -- - .
everybody is rested up from the ong
Lenten season, ana uie iiuiu-
runs red.
Marriaae Licenses.
. 1 llnnnca WflU IsSUed this
afarnoon "to W. Kelly and
Miss Bessie Settlemelr. The prospec
tive groom is engaged In tne butcher
business at Umatilla, and the lady
Is well known In that city, btng also
a resident there.
A marriage license was issued to
Harry Dunn and Miss Ezzle Baum
gardner this morning. The brlde-to-be
Is the daughter of a well-known
fanner of the Meadows.
A marriage license was Issued to
Frank Smiley and Miss Mary Sund
qulst this morning, by the
clerk. The young man Is from Walla
Walla nnd the lady is a resident of
Milton.
Gone to Portland.
Dr. C. J. Smith left this morning
j ti-i,. ,1 wIiopa lin irnt8 to &t
tend tho meeting of tho state board
of health and also , tho joint co'.ven.JJjg B0St0Il StO
HOn Ol lllU I4UU . . ,
officers, who hold a meeting for mu
tual benefit.
BSE
LADIES OF PENDLETON
THE DI8PLAY OF SPRING AND SUMMER MILLINERY WE
HAVE IS WINNING THE ADMIRATION OF ALL WHO HAVE
SEEN IT. WE HAVE THE BRIGHTEST IDErtS OF THE FASH
ION CENTERS. ALL THE NEW, LOVELY CREATI0N8 OF MIL
LINERY ART.
THE STYLES FOR THIS SEASON ARE WORKS OF ART,
AND ARE RAR BEAUTIE8.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO PAY US A VISIT AND
EXAMINE OUR SHOWING. a
CARRIER MILLINERY
THE HOME OF THE 8TYLI8H HAT.
PLEASES THE TASTE
Ask for GOLD LEAF Brand
mm
THEY ARE
THE BE8T
ONCE USED
ALWAYS
USED
CoHtu Rico Coffee In one pound packages.
Java and Mocha Coffee In one pound packages.
For sale by all up to dnto grocers
Hplces, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
Portland, Oregon.
j Good Tools, Lighter Labor
J YOU WILL HAVE GOOD TOOLS IF YOU GET THEM OF US.
GARDEN TOOLS,
CARPENTER TOOLS,
BUILDING TOOLS,
BUILDING HARDWARE,
POULRTY JETTING AND FIELD FENCING.
GOODMAN THOMPSON
HARDWARE CO.
Successors to Thompson Hardware Co,
Shoes and Clothing
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD ROOF
One that won't leak. One that will bo fire-proof. One that has proven
to be satisfactory under the moBt exacting conditions. One that will
last. When you are aftor that kind of a roof, you'll settle down on
ELATERITE ROOFING. It costs no moro than cheap, worthless paper
or any other unsatisfactory class of roofing material, but It's worth
more. Lt us quote prices.
The Elaterile Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland. Oregon
For sale at the East Oregonlan office Large bundles of r.ewspaper,
containing over 100 blp. papers, can be had for 25c a bundle.