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PERSONAL MENTION. !
DAILY EASY OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNE8DAY, MARCH 30, fSXM.
every suit sold, until
Eastet ....See display in
BIG STORE, COR. MAIN AND ALTA
The merchant should not
give the people the Impres
sion that on some uuja i
" . Ik lltllO llllR.
weeK mere is c - ---
. toess done at his store. Splrlt-
, less advertising reduced
space-will give such an Im-
C C Rader Get Sunny.
Jl-5 hats t the Boston.
Boys' caps. Baer &. Daley.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Weinhard's peer at The Mint.
Get i "top coat." The Boston.
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
tou;las and Hunan shoes. The
Use at the St George. Everything
.r line shirt waist suits at Alex-
leer's Department Store.
.'w crush leather belts, the latest,
i: Alexander Department Store.
Smoiers get satisfaction at How-
ird's, formerly Rees' clga. store.
Several loads of cinders for the
baling, at the Domestic Laundry.
For Rent One furnished room for
gentleman inquire East Oregonlan.
The greatest shoe bargains ever
offered at Alexander Department
Get Sunny. U. C. Rader.
New spring shirts, The Doston.
Pure Weinnard's beer at The Mint.
"Huskin' Bee" cure for the blues.
New line men's sweaters. The
Wanted Lady cook, 313 South
You will miss it it you miss the
Rltzville, Wash., Is to have an Ico
plant this season
Ladies attention. Kid glove sale
at Alexander Department Store.
The Sahlln corset, pompadour
bangs and hair goods at Mrs. Camp
New books. "Sir Mortimer," by
author of "To Have and to Hold."
Suite of rooms, with or without
board, suitable for two. Inquire at
Get vour clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 120 West
Teutsch Is offering 97 hats, broken
lines, regular $3 and $3.G0 values, to
close at $2.00.
Are you looking for a bargain in a
tailor-made suit? Call on Alexander
97 hats, correct shapes, broken
sizes, regular $3 and $3.50; to close,
$2.00. At Teutsch's.
A fine high grade piano for sale
cheap; must be for cash. Address
113 care Ea Oregonlan
M. A. Rader left this morning for
Walla Walla on business.
P. B. Holbrook, of Irrlgon, Is in
the city for a short business visit.
Miss Delia Pefferle, of Ontario, 13
the guest of friends In the city for
a few days.
J. W. Morrow, the tax agent of ho
O. R. & N., Is In the city for a short
W. M. Modena, a prominent farm
er of Helix, spent the day In the
city on business.
Mrs. George Bannister, of Athena,
fs In the city the guest of her slstor,
Mrs. W. S. Perry.
Will M. Peterson, of Athena, was
a I'cnmeion visitor touay, navmg
some business before tho court.
R. Jones, a prominent citizen of
Echo, was a guest at tho Pendleton
tooay while in the city on business.
Frank G. Mitchell left this morn'
lng for Lyle, Wash., where ho will
visit and live for n time on Ills
Mrs. Hugh McArthur, of Portland,
returned to her home this morning
after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W
Colonel B. P. Eddy, o. the right of
way department of the O. R. & N.,
is In the city from Portland for
few days on business connected with
D. W. Campbell, assistant superin-
tendent of the O. R. & N. on the
Washington division, returned to his
home at Starbuck last wonlng, aftir
a brief visit In this city.
P. C. Welch and D. P. Carnes, rep
reseutatlves of the Pacific Homo-
stead, of Salem, are In the city for
a short business visit. Tho gentle
men have been through the small
towns o( the county and are now
headed back toward their home.
Tim ladles of the Methodist church
will sell home' cooking at Oliver &
Ladies call early and avoid the,Co.'s grocery every Saturday,
rush. Muslin underwear sale. Alex- For Rent Suite of rooms In East
ander"s Department More. Oregonlan building. Steam heated.
For their Two Hundred and Third Hot and cold water and bath room
Surprise Sale, March 31st. 1904, tho', on same floor. Call at Last Oregonlan
Peoples Warehouse places an sale office.
M dmon intw trrin,i Unvs' i if vou are seeking furnished
Waists at exactly half price. rooms to rent, look over the class!
goes without savin? that the ,., c?.... ni .irt i.ip
lariie. .in .n v i.. rooms ui uii "" -
" i an uv vat lug ucn uaia
Easter Sunday, so Mr. man, if you
want to be nroDerlv covered, come
to the Peoples Warehouse and see
their superb line of men's
Sash Pins j
Thete are the correct Ideas
for ladies. Very Newest de- J
"an. They are pretty. See J
"em in oud window.
j The Progressive Jeweler 5
; 726 Main Street
Fresh garden, field and flower
seeds in bulk and packages. All
stock and sure to pro
duce. Our seeds are suitable to this
climate. C. Rohrman, Court street.
r nprnnnt of the limited quanti
ty- .f tnhle linen that the Peoples
Warehouse uas 10 duct ai no ' "
Hundred and Third Surprise Sale,
they are obliged to limn eacii cus
tomer to five yards.
tr von are waring a hat bought
at the Peoples Warehouse, that does
not set comfortably on your head,
bring it back and let us shape It for
you. At the same uuie juu
see a French conformeteur work.
' Suit on Promissory Note.
MrFadden & Gorman have niea i
a suit 'against W. H. Stamper, to re
cover money on a promissory note.
The plaintiff alleges that the de
fendant gave his promissory uuie w
them May C, 1901 for $130 which was
to bear 10 per cent Interest. No part
of the note or interest has ever be.in
paid. a"nd the plaintiff seeks to re
cover. He therefore asks for $1C7,
the Interest and the principal, for
$80 attorneys' fees and the cost and
disbursements of the action. Will
M. Peterson, of Athena, is attorney
for the plaintiff.
Shipping lee to Pomeroy.
The Pendleton Ice and Cold Stor
age Company has sent out Its final
shipment to the storage house at
Pomeroy, where It has sblppeu dur
ing the past few weeks 200 tons of
ice to oe kept for the summer trade.
Dr. McNabb Has Purchased a Pedl
greed Dog In Victoria, B. C.
Dr. D, C. McNabb has gone Into
the dog business, and by the last of
Mav will have one of the fluest Lng'
lish setter bitches in the United
States. Dr. McNabb has been In cor
respondenee for some time with T.
P. Connell, the dog fancier of Vic
toria, B. C. and has at last purchns
ed of him the well-known prize
winner. Champion Albert's Rosellnd
The doc has won five first prizes
in as many bench shows during the
nast vear. and has 1C first prizes to
her credit as a show dog. She his
been shown in New York and other
Eastern states, and has won wher
ever shown, and has had some pups
which have taken unzes In the
She is thoroughly field broken
and will be a great experience to the
friends of the doctor who may be so
fortunate as to hunt behind her In
the coming season.
MRS. BENNETT DEAD.
Pioneer Woman of Helix Passes
Away After Long Illness.
Mrs. Matilda Bennett died at her
home In Helix this morning at 2
o'clock, after an extended Illness
with Brlght's disease.
Mrs. Walker woulu have been 73
years of age had she lived until May
4. She was one of the pioneer wo
men of the county and leaves a
large circle of friends and relatives
behiud who will mourn her loss.
She was the mother of Robert Walk
er, the well known resident of Helix.
The funeral w,U be conducted
from the family rs.denee at Helix
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock,
the burial being In the Helix ceme
ADMITS THE OFFENSE.
203d Surprise Sale j
Thursday, March 3 1 I
THREE PIECES TABLE LINEN, about 100 yards In all, the regu
lar price of which Is 35c for this 203rd Surprise Sale, 19c per yard.
Not more than 5 yards to one person. Ask to see the remnants of table
15 DOZEN MOTHER'S FRIEND BOYS' WAISTS, for the 203rd Sur
prise Sale, HALF PRICE. Middle counter In dry goods section.
Does your boy need a new suit for Easter? For the next three
days we will allow you on all of our boys' clothing, a reduction of 15
Received just in time for Easter, a big lot
DRESSES, ages 4 to 14 years, price 50c to $5.00.
NEW NECKWEAR FOR EASTER.
NEW KID GLOVES FOR EASTER.
NEvy ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS FOR EASTER.
The Peoples Warehouse
WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE
INTERESTING RAIROAD CAREER
M. J. Buckley, Assistant Superintend
ent of the O. R. & N., Has Filled
Perhaps M. J. Buckley, assistant
superintendent of the O. R. & N. lit
La Grande, has hnd one of tho most
remarkable railroad careers of any
man on the Pacific coast.
He began railroading as a brake
man, and his first service on the O.
R. & N. was in that capacity, about
20 years ago. He was successively
a telegraph operator, nsslstancl 'lis
patcher, chief dispatcher, and finally
assistant superintendent, with a
good opportunity to bo superintend
ent if the changes In the Harrlmau
syilcm should promote J. P. O'llrleu
to the. management of some other di
vision of the great system.
Mr. Buckley Is familiar "with the
actual work of every department,
from tho handling of a brake club
on a box car to the promulgation of
rules for tho conduct of officials,
and while he has never run an en
gine, except on rare Instances, Just
to try his nerves, ho knows all the
details of that department.
His promotion from one position
of trust to another has been rapid,
and his successive steps have not
turned his head, hut tho employe;
finds him today the same consider
ate, approachable man that he was
when one ol the ranks of the train
department or the telegraph office.
Rare Beauties in Millinery
The exquisite new designs we are showing In this season's
most fashionable millinery win the admiration of all the ladles.
Our magnificent showing affords exceptional opportunities for each
lady to select a hat suited to her Individuality.
All ladles are cordially Invited to call and examine the newest
creations, which wilt be found in our display,
THE HOME OF THE 8TYLISH HAT.
Spring Tonic and Blood Purifier Is 8assafras Bark Tea. She
a o recommends It for chronic rheumatism and cutaneous erup
tions. We can furnl.h you with a very select SASSAFRAS BARK.
quarter-pound package; 25c pound.
KOEPPENS T" 'Itore
.A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
Professor Le Conte's Only Extenua
tlon Is Intemperance.
Professor Henry I! Conte, who
was arrested yesterday at Ia Qrando
for obtaining money under raise pre
tenses by passing a check of $7 on
Jesse Shull, of the Kxcliange sa
loon, was arraigned this aiternoon
before Justice of the Peace Thomas
Le Conte admits that ho passed
Hip rheck. hut uleads In extenuation
of the offense that he was led to
do It by the influence of drinK. mo
desires to pay the amount realized
and the costs of the sheriff in oring
ing him from La Grande,
call for Socialist Convention.
All socialists of Umatilla county
are hereby called to meet in county
convention on Saturday, April 23, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon, at sthe
new Mllarkey hall on the corner uf
Court and Garden jtreets, Pendleton,
nresent who will en
dorse the principles of International
H.inii..m. will be entitled to a seat
in the convention. We urge all com
rades to be present.
n. A. ROBBINS,
a n. SIEBERT. President,
Two Hundred and Third Surprise
One hundred yards of. 35c table
linen at 19c per yaru; two
and Third Surprise Sale, at the Peo
nies Warehouse, Thursday, March
The Knights of Pythias of tho
First Washington district, will hold
their convention at Walla Walla n
the night of Thursday, Mar,cii si, in
stead of at Pomeroy
This popular and well known soap
can now be obtamm iroiu uim-i
In the spring man's fancy lightly
turns to thoughts of love, at not
so with all men. Some of them want
a new necktie, or a new suit or
clothes, but no matter what It Is
that a man wants, clothing or men s
furnishing goods, ho will find tho
clothing headquarters at tho Peo
Spices generally arc half or
three-quarters something else.
coflc. flavoring itrci
are pure and full strength.
Your grocer's ; moneyback.
NOW WORKING ON THE BENCH
PLEASES THE TASTE
Ask for GOLD LEAF Brand
Costa Rico Coffeo In one pound packages.
Java and Mocha Coffee In ono pound packages.
For sale by all iip-todnto grocers
Spices, Teas, Extracts and Baking Powder.
PORTLAND COFFEE & SPICE COMPANY
can bo enjoyed by providing
yourself with tho necessary
lulling tackle. Wu have the
best bamboo iwles, lines, all
kinds of hooks, files, baskets,
etc. We, can give you an out
fit that will afford you pleas
ure and satisfaction.
First-class plumbing and
sewer work are a specialty
with us. Rest workmen. Our
prices are right. We want
Goodman Thompson Hardware Co. j
Successor to Thompson Hardware Co.
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD ROOF
One that won't leak. One that will bo fire proof. One that has provon
to bo satisfactory under the most exacting conditions, One that will
last. When you are after that kind of a roof, you'll settle down on
ELATERITE ROOFINO. It costs no inoro than cheap, worthless paper
or any other unsatisfactory class of roofing materia), but It a wortn
more. Iet us quote prices.
The Elaterite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland. Orcgoa
n m n i
The Horseshoe Restaant
T. Jj. HAKKH, Proprietor,
Positively tho host meals over served in Pendleton at 25c at
tho Horseshoe for zoc.
Lunches and short orders served at right prices. Open day
and night. Chicken dinner every Sunday. Only white help em.
ployed. Tho Horseshoe Is ct 652 Main street, opposite Tollman
For sale at the East Oregonlan office Large bundles of i.ewspapers,
containing ovr 100 bis papers, can be had for 25c a bundle.