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DAILY EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1904.
Three Extra Specials
For Thursday, Friday
LAD(ES BEAD THIS CAREFULLY. IT SHOULD INTEREST
60 Walking Skirts In now novolty goods, nil wool. Nicely
. wlt, straps of same material, piped with nne colored
il loth Many are trimmed wltli buttons to match the mater
We bought these skirts to sell for $G.oJ. Thursday, Friday
ad Saturday, K-w-
60 pieces of French Ginghams in as many different patterns,
sold for 12Hc nnd 1Bc a yard' Thursday, Friday and Sat
urday we will place the uu pieces on suiu ui iyzc a. yarn, uniy ao
yards' to a customer.
3 000 yards Torchon iMce irom men io a incites wieic, wortn
!a in inp a yard, Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday, 3c a yard.
Limit, 10 yards to a customer.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
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proprietor, Thoue Main 1G1.
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same floor. Call at East Oregonlan
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sm, respectfully, Adam I.eonluirdt.
Got Sunny. U. C. Rader.
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
Join suit club No. 2. Sullivan &
Join stilt club No. 2. Sullivan &
Now lino men's sweaters. The
Big values In summer underwear
at Baor & Daley's.
Persons wishlnn to raise mules,
breed inures to Big Ben.
Carpet and rug weaving at reason
able rates, at G21 Calvin street.
Special rug salo at nailer's Friday
and Saturday, April j and 30.
Ten new styles juvenile stationery,
assorted tints. Nolf's book store.
Ice cream, confectionery and ci
gars at Hatton's, 304 Court street.
Your own price on rugs at Itader's
Friday and Saturday, April 29. and
Furnished nousekeeplng rooms for
rent. Inquire of Mrs. B. B. Guern
sey. 250 tailored hats, French sailors
and all the other latest, at Mrs.
Wanted Families to pick berries
nnd gather melons. Address J. H.
Wilson, Freewater, Or.
For Itent Five-room house, with
bnth, three blocks east of Main
street. Apply nt East Oregonlan.
SUIT CLUB NO. 2.
New ' I
Waist Sets j
Sash Pins I
Th' are the correct Ideas
'w ladle. Very Newest de-
''S"'. They are pretty. See
,hem '"oiid window.
HUNZKER ' :
Progressive Jeweler I
726 Main Street !
Sullivan & Bond Now Receiving New
Members The New Idea Proves a
Great Success Everybody Pleas
ed But Our Competitors.
The suit club idea, which was in
augurated by us some time ago, and
which is still In progress, has proven
ii big success and all the members
are highly pleased over the outcome.
After the club was under way a
number of people who had Investi
gated the club were desirous of en
tering, but as the list was completed
we were unable at that time to take
In more members, but In order to ac
commodate those who wore left out
of the first club, we havo decided to
start a second club and the list Is
now open and our representative,
Willard Bond, is ready to enroll you
In the new membership.
All the members of the first suit
club nro gratified and some of those
who were In it are Joining tho sec
ond to gut their full suit.
Over twenty members have Joined
suit club No. 2 already and it will
take but a short time to complete
the list. Don't put off Joining, but
get your name down before it is too
late. If our representative falls to
see you. call at our store. If you are
not thoroughly posted on what a suit
club Is and how It operates, call and
let us explain Just how it works.
Yours for business,
SULLIVAN & BOND.
ROBBER! AT HOTEL
SNEAK THIEF ENTERS
THE HOTEL PENDLETON,
No Clue to the Burglar, Who Secur.
ed Cash, Keys and Checks, Enter
ing George Van Dran's Room While
He Was Yet Awake Performance
Responsible for Much Annoyance,
as Well as Loss.
Some one entered the room occu
pied by aeorgo Van Dran, one of the
proprietors of the Hotel Pendleton,
last night, and carried away his
trousers, containing about $55 In
gold, S3 or $4 In sli ver and In Iho
nelgliborhood of $250 In bank de
posit checks, besides tho keys to tho
cash register, the safe and the wine
room. There Is no clue as to who
the thief might be.
Mr. Van Dran, who is on the nignt
snirt at the hotel, went up to his
room for a short nap this morning
about 1 o'clock, and werit to bed.
Shortly after getting Into bed he
heard some one enter his room and
heard his keys rattle, but thought
that It was Casper, his brother, who
was taking them for some legitimate
purpose, and so paid no attention.
When the sleeper arose this morn
ing he found that not only the keys,
but the whole outfit had been taken
and he Immediately Instituted in
quiries, thinking that some of the
traveling men at the house in league
with his brother, were playing a joke
on him. It soon became apparent
that It was no joke, and a search Is
now under way.
The management of the hotel nnd
the officers have no clue upon which
to proceed, as no one was seen about
the house upon whom suspicion could
WILL MEET DAVENPORT.
Webfoot Club of Friends and Admir
ers of the Cartoonist Will Escort
Him From Train.
The friends and admirers of Ho
mer Davenport will meet at the ofllce
or the East Oregonlan tomorrow eve
ning at 5:30 for the purpose of going
in a body to the O. R. & N. depot.
to greet the famous Oregonlan, who
lias written the name of Oregon on
all the barn doors and yard fences
of the world.
He will drive 45 miles tomorrow
to catch a train to make a date at
Pendleton, hoping in this way to
make amends for having disappoint
ed his admirers here three years ago
through unavoidable business ar
rangements, Ills houses in every
city are filled to overflowing. Seats
in this city were nearly all taken
during the first few hours of the
sale and the theater will bo filled to
morrow night. In a way that It has
never been filled before.
His Inimitable stories cannot be
reneated with the droll effect that
his natural humor puts luto them.
His anecdotes have a local coloring
and this Is to be the climax of en
tertainments In Pendleton this year.
E. A. Pond, business manager fori
Mr. Davenport. Is In the city, nnd lias
all arrangements made for his reception.
SOME PEOPLE HAVE SAID WE ARE
GIVING GOODS AWAY. NO, WE
ARE NOT. BUT YOU'LL HARDLY
BELIEVE YOUR EYES THE PRICES
ARE SO LOW.
DEATH OF CHARLES D. HUSON.
"Brown's In Town" Tonight.
The sparkling comedy, "Brown's
In Town," will be seen at the-Frazer
tonight. It Is made up of fun from
tho first to the last, Sprightly wit,
repartee, Jokes and songs are lead
ing features of the comedy.
Twenty Dollars Reward.
George Van Drau will pay 120 re
ward for the return of the papers and
keys taken from his possession at
the Hotel Pendleton.
Join suit club No. 2. Sullivan &
torr?'8 famous Ice Cre can again bo obtained nt tho old fa
Cablu Soda Fountain.
KOEPPENS The Po1&T?cci
A. C. KOEPPEN & BROTHERS
Took Place This Morning at San
.t t lllnklit. th( representative ot
ttm i. m. Hukoii estate. Is in. receipt
or a telegram from San Bernardino,
Cal.. telling of the death In that city
of Charles D. Huson, formerly of He
Tho iWnnsi'd was about 24 years
of age and was a son of L. M. Hu
son, one of the pioneers oi mis
died at his home 111 He
lix about the first of January. A lit
tle over a year ago the son went to
California for his health, u bronchial
-..., nt ixivtnir iipmmp severe. After
he had settled in California It was
discovered that the maiauy nau
merged Into consumption, from which
he died this morning.
His mother, Mrs. Mary J. Huson,
was with him at the time of his
A brother, Lewis E. Huson, was
also at the bedside, having been
called there a few days ago.
The mother and sou with the re
mains of the dead boy, will leave for
Walla Walla this evening, where the
funeral will be held and interment
made In the family burying ground
In that city.
GONE TO PORTLAND,
Death of F. C. St. Claire In That City
W. C. McFarland left this morning
for Portland, where he went In re
sponse to a telegram announcing the
death of his father, F. C. St. Claire.
After attending the funeral. Mr. Mc
Farland wilt go to Wasco, the home
of the deceased, where ho will settle
up the affairs of the estate. The de
ceased was n welt known resident of
Sherman county, having lived In
Wnsco for a number of years. He
was CO years of age at the time of
Notice to Contractors.
On and before April 28th, the ex
ecutive board of the Eastern Oregon
State Normal School will receive
sealed bids for grading Normal
school grounds nnd laying concrete
W Plans and specifications may be
seen at the Normal School lulldlut.
The executive board reserves the
right to reject any or an uiu.
dress It. Aloxnnder, chairman exec
utlve boarU, Peudleton, Oregon.
Pendleton, April 18, 1904.
Mrs. nichard Jones, of Echo, is
visiting friends In the city.
John A. Mclntyre, of Athena, was
a Pendleton visitor yesterday.
E. E. Taylor, of La Grande, trans
acted business In the city yesterday.
P. H. Wyman, of Weston, was a
Pendleton visitor today on business.
Professor P. H. Wyman, tho princi
pal of tho public schools of Weston,
Is in town?
Miss lthodora Smith, of Echo, was
the guest of friends in Pendleton
H. W. Swart, O. n. & N. agent at
Bingham Springs, was In the city
Rev. W. S. Holt, of Portland, ar
rived today In the Interest of Pen
D. B. nichardson, one of tho prom
inent residents ot Helix, was a Pen
dleton visitor today.
G. M. nice returned yesterday from
a visit to Dayton, where ho spent a
few days with his family.
D. B. nichardson, one of the pio
neer resldonts of Helix, spent the
day visiting Pendleton friends.
James II. Gwlnn has moved Into
his new home on South Main street,
ecently purchased from Louis Hun-
Frank Gilliam, mayor or Heppner,
Is in town today for a short business
visit, being registered at tho Hotel
Misses Maud Sheck and Edna
Berkeley will leave Saturday for a
two weeks' visit at Baker City ami
Bev. J, D. Jones, the pastor of tho
Congregational church of Dayton,
was the guest or Ilev. Jonathan Ed
wards of this city, yesterday, while
on his way homo from n visit at
E. Morgau, the well known locomo
tive engineer, has Just returned with
his family from Livingston, Mont.,
where he has been In tho employ of
the Northern Pacific for tho past
three months. They will visit at tho
home of T. J. Million for a short
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
This Is an Oxford year, and we
are prepared to shoe all Umatlllas.
Be one of our happy customers
And a Shoemaker.
MERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. $0. 7 Poit t..
Spokn, Cn.A8t.OEN5UORE TYPEWRITER
ISuppllei ... Iteming.... ciperinw
Aro shown In our bonutlful hats. Tho cronm of nrtlstlc mill
inery Is nt our storo.
Ladles, you will bo delighted with chlcness of nil our patterns.
They are so dlfforont from othorH bocnuso thoy wero solcctcil
from the lnrgest collections In the Euslorn fashion centers. A
visit to our storo will convince.
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
Let is figure on your job.
All work guaranteed.
Goodman-Thompson Hardware Co
643 Main St.
Umatilla Meat Market
JUST OPENED ONE OF THE NICEST, CLEANEST AND
f BEST MEAT MARKETS IN THE CITY. NOTHING BUT THE
t CHOICEST MEAT8.
MAPLE BUILDING, 219 COURT STREET. 'PHONE MAIN
1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 M i I t HHH
Home for the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
Chronic diseases a specialty. Her rcraedloa are strictly
herbal, assisted by magnetic processes, and medicated vapor
All diseases treated la a common senao and scientific man
ner, removing unnatural growths, tumors, goitre and all enlarge
ments of the glands, WITHOUT THE USE OF THE KNIFE.
Cures rheumatism paralysis, neuralgia, catarrh, asthma, bronchi
tis, colds, liver and kidney troubles, and all dlsoases peculiar o
Special attention given to tho
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Treatment, nurse, board and room at reanonable rates,
Corner West Bluff and Marie Streets,
The Schwarz & Greulich Neat Co.
Wholesale and retail dealers In
Beef, Pok, Mtitton, Veal
Meats delivered to any part of the city, Curod Meats nnd Sausa
ges of all kinds, ;
C07 MAIN STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 181. '
Pure Welnnard's beer at The Mint,