East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 06, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EA8T OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1904.
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A forced smile Is better than no smile, perhaps. But the wear
er of our Shoes smiles from pure delight ,
Fut on a pair yourself they'll be a "sure cure for the blues."
You'll be pleased with the "snappy" style anddegant 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
through.
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.
LEAVE AN ALM08T CLEAR
DOCKET FOR NEXT TERM
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
WOODMEN SOCIAL
WILL ENTERTAIN AT
SECRET SOCIETY HALL.
Instrumental duot
... Misses Stearns and McPhoters
Male Quartet "Star ot tho Even
ing" Messrs. Jones, Lambert,
Hughes and Ktmbrell.
GIVES PENDLETON CREDIT.
They, Their Wives and Sweethearts,
and invited Guests Will Attend
Refreshments Will Be Served and
an Excellent Musical and Literary
Program Given Early Evening
Will Be Occupied With the Work
of the Order.
The Pendleton camp ot tho Wood
men of the World has arranged for
a social ovcnlng for noxt Saturday,
at Secret Society hall, when tho
members of tho camp will entertain
themselves and their wives and
sweethearts with a literary and mu
sical program and refreshments.
After the conclusion of tho work
of the camp the doors will bo
thrown open and tho guests Invited
to listen to the following program,
which has been prepared by the com
mittee appointed for tho purpose:
Piano solo Walts In C Minor..,.
Chopin
Hazel Bickers.
Recitation Selected .... Nelllo Jay
Vocal solo "Tho Turnkey" ......
Fred Hartman
Whistling solo.. Gertrude Whlttemore
ntecltatlon "Aux Italiena"
Jovina Stanfleld
, Vocal duet "Only Thee"
...Prof. E. Ray Jones, Miss Jones
Recitation "Teddy Brown's
Prayer" Walter Owen.
Vocal solo "The Mighty Deep" ..
A. W. Lundcll
Instrumental trio,
M. A. R&der and Daughters
Portland Chamber of Commerce Bui
letin Mentions Work of Commercial
Association.
Speaking of tho efforts of Inland
Empire towns to help the states of
the Northwest, the Portland Cham
her of Commerco Bulletin gives tho
Pendleton Commercial Association
credit for starting the movement to
secure stopover privileges on tickets
from tho east to the LowIb and Clark
fair.
At tho Invitation of tho Pendleton
association other cities took up the
work and flnnllv succeeded In irfittlnir
I alnnnva- nrtullnnna In fill tl.n KTm..!.-
aiujiuici (iilllivva u '111 1 1 1 V. . 1 w 1 111
western states, on theso tickets. The
Bulletin says In Its May number:
"At the request of tho Pendleton
Commercial Association the trans
portation committee of the Chamber
of Commerce consulted the O. It. &
N. company officials relative to tho
granting of stop-over privileges on all
tickets to Portland during tho con
tinuance of tho 1905 fair. After duo
consideration of tho matter the rail
road officials decided to grant tho
desired privileges."
FROM MASSACHUSETTS.
House Cleaning
: Made Easy
See our window for the
things that you need. Hero Is
2 the list: Whiting, Ammonia,
2 Sulphur, Chlorldo Llmo, Magic
Z Cleaning Fluid. Soap, Deodor-
"i lied Benzine, Sulphur Fuml-
$ -gawre and Dusters. Anything
-rS vlset Ask ufl.
New Assistant Scourer in the Pen
dleton Mills.
Samuel Taylor, of Lawrence, Mass.,
has reached hero and will be assist
ant scourer In tho scouring mills.
Mr. Taylor was formerly an employo
of tho Arlington mills, of Lawrence,
one of tho largest scouring plants in
the United States. He is paw re
turning from an extended trip
through Australia.
Land Damane Case From Grant Was
Submitted Cayuse Wheat Damage
Case Argued and Submitted in
ourance Case Against the Wood
men of the World Is Also In the
Hands of the Court.
days In tho month when rain has
I fallen has boon 13.
I The nvcrngo number of clear days
in mo monin nas ocen i, liurujr
cloudy, 11: cloudy. 13.
The averagd hourly voloclty of tho
wind for tho month has been soven
miles per hour. Tho highest velocity
of wind recorded for tho month was
12 miles nn hour.
will
up
two
Tho supremo court wound up Its
labors hero this afternoon and tho
members of tho court will leave in
tho morning for Salem, whoro tho
regular sessions of tho court
open Monday morning next.
Tho docket has beon cleaned
with tho oxcoptlon of ono or
cases which wero continued.
This morning tho case of the Pn
clftc Livestock Company vs. Kenneth
Murray, was submitted to tho court
on brief. It Is nn appeal from Grant
county, and Is a suit brought for tno
recovery of damages arising out of a
dispute over range land.
Tho case of Louis Anderson, plain
tiff and respondent, vs. the O. It. &
N., defendant and appellant, was ar
gued and submitted. It Is a case In
which the plaintiff seeks to recover
damages from tho company alleged
to bo duo from tho destruction of
wheat owned by him and stored In
tho warehouse at Cayuse, which
warehouse was burned, the plaintiff
claims, by ncgligcnco In the handling
of locomotives. The caso was tried
beforo Judge W. It. Ellis and a ver
dict given for tho plaintiff, whereup
on tho defendants appealed. Hailoy
& Lowell represent tho plaintiff and
W. W. Cotton, F. J. Conner nnd Car
eer & Italoy looked after the Inter
ests of the defendants.
Tho caso of Sarah C. Miller; plain
tiff and respondent, vs. the Head
Camp of the Pacific jurisdiction of
tho Woodmen of the World, defend
ant nnd appellant, was argued this
morning by A. D. Stlllman for tho
appellants, and Biggs & Biggs for tho
plaintiff, nnd submitted. It is a suit
brought to force tho Woodmen to
pay a beneficiary of $1,000 alleged to
be duo tho plaintiff as the mother
and designated beneficiary of F. T.
Miller, deceased. The order claimed
that the deceased was delinquent.
and not a member at tho time of his
death. It was first decided In favor
of tho plaintiff, and tho Woodmen ap
pealed.
REPORTED SUICIDE.
Ex-Employe of the O. R. & N. at Pen
dleton Said to Be the Victim.
It Is reported from San Frnnclsco
that Ottlo A. Smith committed sui
cide In that city Sunday ovening last
by eating nn applo Into which ho had
first Injected a deadly poison.
Smith was woll known in Pendle
ton, having filled tho position of cash
ler for tho O. It. & N. hero from
August, 1901, until May, 1902. Ho
was especially popular In society cir
cles, as woll as with a largo number
of other acquaintances. Ho went
Enst for a time, but returned nnd
worked for tho company nt Hunting
ton for a year or more. Leaving
Huntington ho went to Portland in
tho service of tho company, and from
thero to Snn Francisco.
No reason Is given for tho suicide,
but tho supposition Is that ho wns
despondent and melancholy.
Smith Hanged Himself.
Henry Smith, who was sent from
this city to tho Insane asylum, threo
weeks ago, was determined to com-
Vilt sulcldo. His first nttempt was
mado with a razor In La Grande, and
nfter recovering from tho wounds In
flicted on himself, ho was sent to the
asylum for treatment. A letter to his
brother, J. B. Smith, tho O. It. & N.
conductor, written Monday, stated
that ho was feeling woll nnd hoped
to bo out soon. On Tuesday night no
braided a ropo from strips of his
bed clothing and hanged himself. Ho
was despondent over tho loss of n
largo sum of monoy in a mining deal.
ECHO DEMOCRATIC CLUB.
Gone to California.
Mrs. Louis Hunzlkcr and little girl
left this morning for San Francisco
and other California points whero
tho summer will be spent in tho
hopes of benefiting Mrs, Hunzlker's
health,
Tallman & Co.
Leading Druggists
O SPICED O
COFFEE,TEA
BAKING POWDER,
FLAVORING EXTRACTS
AbolurtPuriry, Finesrflavor,
OitarJr5rrah,&sowb!eFriw&
CL05SET ft DEYER5
PORTLAND, OREGON.
FURNITURE
CARPETS,
REFRIGERATORS,
PORCH ROCKERS,
WINDOW 8HADE8,
RUGS,
LAWN 8ETTEE8,
GO-CART8,
CURTAIN POLE8, ETC.
Our sales aro double what
thoy formerly wore. Why?
Becausoour stock la tho larg
est In Eastern Oregon. Our
prices nro always right. Qual
ity, Stylo nnd Service as good
as tho best. Nut Sod.
A. RADER
MAIN AND WEBB 8TREET8.
Undertaking Parlors. In Connection.
Cannery Town Organizes the First
P?m9?nt!? Club in Umatilla Coun
ty This Year.
The democratic voters of Echo of-'
ganlzed tho first campaign club or
ganized In Umatilla county this year.
Thero was a largo attendance at the
meeting yesterday nitornoon, and
practically all tho democratic voters
of Echo aro members of tho club,
and tho entire vote will bo enrolled
within a day or so, as soon as the
officers can tnako a trip through tho,
country districts to enroll thorn.
Frank Splko Was elected president,
Ralph Stanfleld vico-presldont, and
H. C. Willis secretary. Tho follow
ing letter from H. C. Willis, secro
tary, Is self explanatory:
Echo, May 6.
East Oregonlan, Pendleton, Or.:
In reporting tho farmers' picnic at
this place last Saturday, tho Morning
Trlbuno made mention ot tho fact
that thero wero very many young
voters present at tho picnic and la
mented tho fact that thoy had gono
astray and should bo organized Into
a republican club, ino reason thoy
wore not In a republican club was
that thoy were all democrats and nro
now members of tho Echo Demo
cratic Club, tho first organized in
Umatilla county this year. Thoy aro
now safe.
H. C. WILLIS, Secretary.
DANGEROUSLY ILL.
Mrs. Lee Does Not Recover From
Her Broken Thigh.
"Grandma" Mary lx)o is critically
111 at her homo on East Alta atreei,
and Is not expected to live. About a
month ngo, Mrs. Lee, who is ovor i
years of age. fell from tho porch and
i.mirn hor thiirli. The fracluro will
not knit owing to the advanced ago
of tho sufferer, and for tho past two
days she has been unconscious, so
that death is expected at any time.
Mrs. Leo is ono of tho oldest resi
dents of Pendleton, having como
hero almost beforo thero was a town.
Sho Is now tho oldest member In tho
Methodist church of this placo, nnd
a largo and slncero clrclo of friends
will bo grieved to hear of her serious
condition.
Hate Removed In La Grande Church.
Following tho suggestion of tho
East Oregonlan, two months ago, tho
Christian church In this city, posted
notices in tho church, asking tho wo
men to rcmovo their hats during the
services. Tho second church in East
ern Oregon to adopt this progrc3.ilvo
and satisfactory rulo is tho Christian
church of La Grande, which inaugur
ated tho plan at prayor meeting last
night, and which will contlnuo to fol
low tho custom In all Its services,
hereafter.
Returning to Dayton.
Miss Ina Stilwcll left this morning
for her homo nt Dayton, Or., nfter a
fow days spent nt tho guest of Mrs.
Cora Cooper nnd sisters. Miss Still
well has had chargo of tho schools
at Owyhee, Malheur county, during
tho past year and Ib returning to her
valley homo for tho vacation.
Gone to Woodburn.
Mrs. C. E. Browiifield and little
daughter left this morning for Wood-
burn In answer to n letter telling of
tho serious Illness or David Hamago,
Mrs. Brownsflold's father, who is suf
fering from nn attack of pneumonia
and Is not expected to live.
DECLAMATORY CONTEST.
Winner Will Represent Pendleton at
Walla Walla May 13.
Tho ilnrlfimnlorv contest of the
high school will ho hold this evening
nf Aonnmhlv hnll. to choosn a ronro-
sentatlvo at tho contest Friday noxt
at Walla Walla between tho Walla
Walla nigh, school and Pendleton's.
a nnmiinr of tli ft best readers In
tho school will recite this evening,
and tho program will bo very Inter
esting to all who attend. It will bo
gin t 7:30.
To Be Irrigation Commissioner.
Tho Wnlla Walla Commercial As
sociation has asked for tho appoint
ment of Dr. N. G. Blnlock to tho va
cancy In tho Washington Irrigation
Commission.
Walla Walla Will Celebrate.
Tho Commercial Association of
Wnlla Walla Is making arrangements
for a fourth of July celebration. A
soliciting commltteo Is now at work.
AVERAGE MAY WEATHER.
Record of the Government Covering
the State of Oregon.
Tho records of tho woathor bureau
of tho United States dopartmont of
agriculture kept at Portland, Oregon,
for a period of 32 yoara, show that
tho weather conditions for tho month
of May havo beon as follows:
Tho mean or avorago tomporaturo
of tho month has boon 57 ilogroes.
Tho warmest May was that of 1888,
with a tomporaturo of 62 dogreos, Tho
coldest May was that of 1899, with
a temperature of 51 degrees, Tho
hlghost tomporaturo which has boon
recorded In tho month was 99 dogTees
on May 29, 1887. Tho lowest tompor
aturo which has beon recorded In tho
month was 32 dogreos on May 9,
1894,
Tho avorago rainfall for Mny has
beon 2.39 Inches. Tho greatest
monthly preclpltutlon was C.C0 Inches
In 1879, and tho Joast 0,68 of an Ich
In 1888, Tho average numbor of
s
few .STOMACH
Fitter
Don't expect
to enjoy itoou
health as long
ntitlip stomach
l.weak. That'tf
inmos-sitilo
Strengthen it
wltliUio bittern
nndgoodhenlth
is assured.
ltalwnysctiren
Poor Appetite,
Heartburn,
Indigestion,
Uvppla and
live rcomploinl
Givo it ft trial
THE WHOLESOME
CRESCENT
Egg and
m
BAKING POWSHFM
BETTEIl THAN THE OLD-TIME
CREAM OF TaU'I AH POWDERS.
COMING EVENT8.
May 16 Special school eloctlon to
docldo how bonds Bhall bo sold,
I'ondloton.
May 18-211. O. O. F. grand 'lodgo
nt Astoria.
May 27-28 Caledonian picnic at
bona.
Juno 2 3, 4 Umatilla county pio
neers' rounlon, at Weston.
Juno 6 Rubbor-tlred buggy will bo
given away by tho East Oregonlan.
Juno 6 Gonoral olectlon in Ore
gon. Juno 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood Mvor.
Juno 22 Thlrty-socond annual re
union Orogon Pioneers, Portland.
Juno 23, 24, 26 Northwost Sports
men's tournament, Pondloton.
August 22-27 Amorlcan Mining
Congress, Portland.
Wool Sales.
Pondloton, May 23; Hoppnor, May
2G; Arlington, May 31; Sbanlko,
Juno 2; Iloppncr, Juno 7; Pondloton,
Juno 10; Shanlko, Juno 14; Bakor
City, Juno 17; Pondloton, Juno 21;
Hoppncr, Juno 23; Elgin, Juno 28;
Shanlko, July 1.
Uni
Men
Wn will
P- m. except st
your purchases
8" "Motier,,
.mo Dcst 25c coffee M
OWL
TEA H0
This is
Suit Wee
A SPECIAL EFFORT TO DIS
PLAY AND PROVE THE EXTRA
VALUE8 OF OUR LINES OF MEN'S
AND BOYS'
FINE CLOTHING
PRICED FAR BELOW ACTUAL
WORTH.
The Boston Stoi
ttIM
Special Prices on
Clothing and Furnishin;
STRIPED UNDERWEAR, PER SUIT
FANCY 8TRIPED UNDERWEAR, PER SUIT
UNDERWEAR IN BLUE AND FLE8H COLOR, PER SUIT..
BLACK STRIPED 8HIRT8, EACH
GOLF SHIRTS. ONE PAIR CUFF8 TO MATCH
GOLF SHIRTS, EXTRA QUALITY 75c ut
$10.00 MEN'8 8UIT8, AT
$7.50 MEN'8 8UIT8 AT
$8.00 MEN'8 8UIT8 AT
$12.50 MEN'8 ,8UIT8 AT
WE ARE SHOWING BARGAIN8 IN ALL LINES.
BAER. 8b DALEY
Clothiers and Furnishers
tllK
NEW BOOKS ARRIVING DAILY AT
Nolf's Big Book Store
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST:
"Itulors of Kings," by Ger
trudo Atherton; "Invention of
tho Idiot," by Bangs; "Tho
Memoirs ot a Baby," by Dos
kan; "Extracts From Adam's
Diary," by Mark Twain; "Tho
Yoko," by Miller; "Oh, Whnt a
Pliiguo Is Lovo," by Tynan;
"A Fearless Investigator," by
Wlldon.
aid nnnther sblpB?'
"I.ittlo Shepherd of
Came."
-Abncr Daniel," W H1
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Harper.
Umatilla Meat Matket
JUST OPENED ONE OF THE NICEST, CLEAN
BEST MEAT MARKETS IN THE CITY. NQTHIN
CHOICEST MEATS. ...nUr M"
MAPLE BUILDING, 219 COURT STREET.
1011.
Ho! for a M
Enjoy an outing ,
A fishing trip J"
pleasure. - . w ,
Everything
re" ctal
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723 Cottonwood