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DAILY EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, 'WEDNEBDAY, APRIL 27, 1904
A forced smile Is better than no smile, perhaps. But the wear
er of our Shoes smiles from pure delight.
Put on a pair yourself they'll be a "sure cure for the blues."
You'll be pleased with the "snappy" style and elegant finish. The
fit and freedom of foot motion will give- you genuine satisfaction.
And the comfort and durability will keep you smiling all the season
The purse-fitting prices, too, fix on the face of the buyer a
"smile that won't come off."
The largest stock and latest styles in the city.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
SCHEMES TO REDUCE THE
EXPENSE THIS SEASON,
Fred Stickler Gets the Contract
The City Paid About $3,000 for
This Service Last Year, But Will
Get the Same Service This Year
for Less Money Use of Siphons
Will Lessen the Expense Considerably.
The street committee has nt last
definitely awarded the contract for
the street sprinkling during the
summer to Fred Stickler. The mat
ter has been In the hands of the com
mittee to whom the question was re
ferred by the council, for some time,
and It has used every endeavor to
get the work done with as little ox
pense to the city as may be.
According to the contract as sign
ed yesterday Mr. Stickler Is to do I
the work for the summer nt $110 a
month per team and wagon, the days
to be reckoned as nine hours long.
The city has nlso reserved the option
to work tho teams for 10 hours a
day at a cost of $115 a month.
At the present time there Is one
wagon at work, and May 1 another
will be added. As the weather be
comes warm and the dust deep other
wagons will be added, but it Is tho
intention to not use more than four
at any one time during tho season, if
it can be avoided.
The business streets, Court street
as far out as the hospital, and as
many of the residence streets as
possible, will bo sprinkled.
month per wngon for street sprinkl
ing, and during a great part of the
season five wagons were kept going,
so tho bill at the end of tho season
amounted In round numbers to $3,
000. It Is hoped to this year reduce
that figure very materially.
Tho present contractor will furnish
tho use of two tnnks that have been
turned over to him by Walter Wells,
tho owner, as well as tho water
wheel, nlso owned by Mr. Wells.
If tho experiment about to be tried
with the siphons turns out well, at
least one-third of tho water expense
will be cut out, as the siphons will
raise as much waste water into the
tanks as is drawn from tho city
mains. This will amount to quite an
item when tho cost Is footed up at
the end of the dry season,
Prof. Shadduck Returns.
Prof. Shadduck, tho electro thera
peutist, whose office Is located In
Medcrnnch block, has returned from
Seattle where he went In response
to a telegram to treat a young lady
who was lying nt death's door, hut
who was revived and Is now on the
road to recovery.
Prof. Shadduck Is now permanent
ly located hero and invites the pub
lic to call and see him.
'la one of tho very strongest In those
districts and tho trustees hope to
arnuso a greater Interest In tho In
Hov. J. H. Ilnrton, of Union, stated
clerk of tho Eastern Oregon Presby
tory, who Is now one of tho trustoos
of tho academy, was presont at the
meeting. Hov. W. S. Holt, of Port-
I land, synndlcal missionary of th6
Neither the Pniir Nor .iiirin, Piti 1 Presbyterian church for Oregon, and
nr-,iH juiii ou-... m.., a,i n trustee of tho academy, was nlso
Gerald Will 8how Mercy Again to .-, nni, ,nno , 'nn . ,,.
the Cheap Little Toughs Senten-1 g a vigorous campaign for stu
ces Pronounced But Suspended , dents for tho comlnc yenr.
BREAK UP THE GANG
WILL COME TO JUDGMENT.
During Good Behavior One Fight
and One Case of Annoyance.
Marriage licenses wero Issued this
morning to Erwin A. McKean and
Miss Hary H. Dutterfleld, both re
cently of Walla Walla county, Wash
ington, and to Henry P. Curts and
Miss Nellie C. Tltsworth, both of
Last year the city paid $120 a street.
Dr. h. Frances Thompson, the os
teopathlc physician, has moved her
office from the Nye residence to the
Hotel nickers. Entrance to Dr.
Thompson's office Is on Johnson
En Route to Portland.
President K. C. French, of the
Weston Normal School, was a visitor
in Pendleton last night while wait
ing for a train to Portland, where ho
went this morning on a visit in tho
interest of the Normal School.
J See our window
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Today was Juvenile day In tho city
court. Yesterday afternoon and last
night there were two fights and one
case of disorderly conduct, all of
which wore attended to In tho office
of Judge FItz Gerald this morning.
Snmuol Mnnsflold and Ray Chap
man wero the first two offenders,
and came Into court this morning at
8 o clock to receive their sentence.
The boys, who are about 12 years of
age, had been found In the midst of
a florco and bloody battle yesterday
nftornoon by J. T. Ilrown, who was
looking after water mains on Bluff
street. When they wero told to stop
the combntauts turned their tongues
loose on tho officer, who promptly
The people living In the vicinity of
Muff street have long been bothered
and harassed by a crowd of small
boys who havo but a faint Idea, or
none nt nil of right and wrong. This
gang has become such a post that
some of tho neighbors have been al
most persuaded to move into another
part of town, and In passing sentence
on tho culprits Judge Fitz Gerald
read them and their companions (a
largo crowd of whom wore present).
a scvero fatherly lecturo on tho
course they wero pursuing. The two
boys pleaded guilty, but sentenco
wns suspended In their cases during
good behavior. If at any time In tho
future they are found In trouble tho
present sentence will be added to tho
one duo for tho future offense, and
they will bo made to serve the time
In tho city Jail.
The court promised all who havo
been transgressing tho laws thnt
they would bo soverely dealt with u
brought before It In the future, nnd
thnt all of the sentences would bo
jail sentences. Some effort on tho
part of tho city will be mnde to con
trol the small hoodlums who aro
making It so unpleasant for citizens.
Nathan Wells, a lad of IS, was ar
rested for dsordcrly conduct. He Is
chnrged with having created a gen
eral disturbance, and with having
thrown Bessie Merlcle, a little girl,
from her wheel several times ' when
she had tried to mount it and ride
away. Wells pleaded not guilty, and
his case was set for tho afternoon.
James Moyers and Will Dupuls
were arrested last night for having
a fight in one of tho Main street sa
loons. Moyers pleaded guilty to tho
charge and paid a fine of $10, but
Dupuls claimed not to havo been
guilty, and his enso was set for 4
o'clock this afternoon.
The academy wns found to bo In
first-class condition, with tho grndes
nnd departments nil doing tho most
efficient school work, under tho nblo
corps of teachers.
Preparations nro now bolng made
for tno commencement oxorclsos,
which will bo held nt tho close of the
AT FIRST SESSION
A Large and Vigorous Organization
Will Be Effected Elected Te
porary Officers Last Evening and
Called a Meeting for May 4, to
Convene at Commercial Associa
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For the "Non-Ultra.
Of course, every man isn't a dashing young fellow with leaninga toward
:the ultra. It's not every one that can wear extremo styles, anyhow.
They wotild looK out of place. Fully half the good
dressers go in for tho conserv
ative. Wo do not mean by
that something that's out of
date. On tho contrary, our
conservative coats aro right
up to tho minute, only tho
cut isn't tho kind that peoplo
will turn -around and look at!
Of course, wo liavo tho ultra
etyles, too, for tho nobby
youth tho sort that will
Iring out tho ejaculation:
"Geo! but ho'a dead swell."
If you don't want that sort
of thing, wo commend our
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double-breasted Tudor, or, may bo, tho straighUfront sack, which
ever your taste decides. You won't bo a Hwaggoring
Deau Brummol just a plain ovory-day man with real smart clotheH on.
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COT MOD BM QOIQI t WMfKUItLS
Was In Charge of Rltzvllle Officers
at the Time.
J, J. Murray, tho veterinary sur
geon who is wanted by tho pollco
hero for having given whiskoy to
Annlo Qtthcns and Mollie Wilson at
Athena a couple of weeks ago, escap
ed from tho officers of Rltzvllle, who
had arrested him, and has not since
been heard of,
Murray asked to bo allowed to see
a lawyer, and while on tho road to
the office broke away from tho dep
uty who was with him and escaped.
Deputy Sheriff Blakloy is now at
Rltzvllle nnd will remain until it is
known whether or not tho prisoner
will bo recaptured, ho having been
seen at a farm house yesterday,
where ho asked for something to
A number of graduates of the Pen
dloton high school mot nt tho rooms
of the Commercial Association last
night and effected tho tempornry
organization of an alumni associa
tion. A largo representation of the diff
erent clnsses was present, nnd from
the indications it Is apparent that n
strong association will" be formed.
George Hnrtman, Jr., was elected
temporary chairman, and Bon K.
Davis temporary secretary of tho as
sociation, which then proceeded to
make preparations for permanent or
ganization. Tom Mllarkoy, Mrs. T. M. Hondor
son and Miss Ida Thompson wero ap
pointed a committee on membership
and instructed to see that all those
who wore eligible to membership
were notified of the organization and
urged to bo present at tho next meet
ing. Miss Stelln Aloxander, Mrs. J. F.
Moule and Robert Ronn were ap
pointed as a commlttoo on constitu
tion and by-laws and will report to
tho next meeting, which will bo on
Wednesday ovening, May 4, at tho
rooms of the Commercial Associa
tion. It Is thought that thoro will bo at
least 100 members enrolled in the
Positive and authoritative donial
Is mado that the czar Is In bad
"Not Very Well"
Is the oxporionco of everybody at
ono tlmo or another. Your skin bo
comes yellow, tho tonguo coated and
you havo sovoro headaches. You're
Blllious, that's all. Tho liver needs
attention at onco. A fow doses of
Hostottcr's Stomach Bitters Is all
that is needed to set you right again.
Got a bottlo today and try it. It is
also unequalled for curing Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Constipation, In
somnia, La Grippe, Colds and Mala
- . ,
Were Responsible for the Loss of 721
Shares of Stock.
F. W. Hondloy haB finished bal
ancing up tho stock books of tho
Goleonda Mining Company. By somo
mistnkes In tho bookkeoplng 721
shares of tho stock wore lost nnd
could not bo locnted,. and Mr. Hond
loy wns asked to locate tho scat of
Thoro aro 1,200 dlfforont accounts
In tho books, representing 3,700 diff
erent certificates of stock, and it
wns necessary to chock over tho
wholo lot In order to find tho trou
ble, which simmered to sovon slight
errors In nddltlon and posting. It.
required sovoral days for Mr. Hond
loy to do tho work.
Tho county clerk is now biuy re
cording tho nominations for tho va
rious offices to bo illlod at tho com
ing olcctlon, nnd has most of tho
nsplrnnts now entered In tho list.
Tho giving of grnco depends
the grace of giving.
Mm m, muU . lf
.w Hr cent off 0n j
Drink "Mother's Pride
and be happy,
ARE YOU TAGGED?
WE ARE TAGGING NEW THINGS EVERY DAY WITH
GOOD AND STRONG AND OUR MANY SATISFIED
CAN ECHO THIS VOCIFEROUSLY.
The Boston Store
GREAT ATTENTION PAID TO HAVING PRICES JU8T A LITTLE
BELOW EVERYONE ELSE. St-
Sale on Clothing
IN ALL LINES
REVIVAL AT M. E. CHURCH.
Dr. Anderson, One of the Most Inter
esting Speakers Ever Heard in
Tho revival now in progress at tho
M. K. Church, South, Is proving to
bo ono of Intense Interest. Tho at
tendance at the meetings is good
and sovornl conversions have taken
Two meetings aro new each day
at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m. at tho
brick church, on West Webb street.
Rov. T. H. B. Anderson preached
last night on tho subject of "Tho
Restless State of tho Wicked and
tho Final Destiny of tho Impenitent."
Ho is one of the ablest ministers
evor heard In Pendleton and has had
a wide and varied experience in
evangelization. His sermons are
thoughtful, earnest, logical and pro
found, and there Is a practical appli
cation to all his comparisons, that
carry conviction. Ho will address
the children at tho Mothodlst
Church, South, at 2 p. m. on noxt
ACADEMY TRUSTEES MEET.
Plans for Renewed Activity Are Now
A mooting of tho board of trustees
of Pendloton Academy wns hold at
tho Acadomy this afternoon for the
purposo of making a gonoral survey
of tho work of tho aendomy nnd of
lecldlnc on somo posslhlo change In
the plan of education of tho Institution.
It Ib the Intention of the trustees
to muko a vigorous campaign In
Kastorn Oregon and Washington, in
tho intoroHts of tho aendomy during
tho coming yonr, It is tho only
school supported nnd malntninod by
tho Prosbytorlan church m Kastorn
Orogon or Washington. That church
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