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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MAY, 7 1904.
F WHOLE WEEK, BEGINNING TUESDAY MORNING,
0ti. .. um D OUR MAY MUSLIN SALE. OUR ENTIRE
wluu.. . r nivinED INTO SIX LOTS AND IN EACH LOT
T0CK W ,nDScT COVERS. DRAWERS. GOWNS AND
oU W r..ce VAAY BELOW THEIR REAL WORTH. SEE
KIs FOR THE B.0 SALE.
L iTonsIsting o waists, drawers, gowns and corset cov-
M 1 ,nlpo 13c
V ' Consisting of waists, drawers, gowns and corset cov-
Consisting of waists, drawers, gowns, corset covers
Dt 17 skirts, your choice 29c
4 Consisting o waists, drawers, gowns, corset covers
"'JvTaklrts. your cholco . 55c
5-Conslsting of waists, drawers, gowns, corset covers
and" skirts, your choice 79c
r e Constating of waists, drawers, gowns, corset covers
and" skirts, your choice $1.13'
LeE DISPLAY IN CORNER WINDOW.
Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets ,
!C Rader. Get Sunny.
?5 hats at the Boston.
Lh fruit dally, at Martin's.
food and coal see McAdam.
leinhard's beer at The Mint.
lew spring shirts. The Boston.
1; sale on Slippers at Teutsch's.
losing out dry goods. The Boa-
Mayflower" Shoes at Teutsch's,
adles' Suit sale at Teutsch's
ew line men's sweaters. The
ihoes repaired while you wait at
lersons wishing to raise mules
fed mares to Big Ben.
incy socks, new neckwear, E. &
collars. Daer & Daley.
Imokers get satisfaction at How-
formerly Rees' cigar store.
lends rackets and Wright & Dlt-
balls, lowest prices. Nolf's.
tour-room cottage for rent and fur-
fare for sale, 51C Market street.
rhe St. George restaurant, open
and night. Mrs. Cooper, propri-
five days special sale, commenc-
Monday. Closing out street hats
forshaw, florist and seed man, has
ired to 207 East Court street, mid
I of opera house block.
For Rent Five-room house, with
Bb, three blocks east of Main
set. Apply at East Oregonlan.
(he Day and Night Transfer Co,
es the best service. Billy Leath
proprietor. 'Phone Main 161.
for Sale Full-blooded Rhode
tod Red and Brown Leghorns and
He Plymouth Hock hens; 72G
fresn garden, fie d nml flmvnr
P In bulk and packages. All
seasons stock and sura to nro
p. Our seeds are suitable to this
ae- C. Ilohrman, Court street.
Got Sunny. U. C. Under.
Get a "top coat." The Boston.
$3.50 and $3.00 Hats for '$2.00 at
Panama Hats, all styles, at
Ice cream, confectionery and ci
gars at Hatton's, 304 Court street.
Wanted to Rent A five or seven
room house. A'Ktress "Mc," care E.
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 12G West Court
The discordant republican factions
in Denver have gotten together and
Senator Walcott and Governor Pea
body will head the delegation to Chicago.
CONDUCTOR GOT LEFT.
A SOOd tlmA.knnnnp 1 en
..w,j,ut IU1 f 1(UU
"Iter one for $4.50.
"M atch for $6.60.
Al5-Jeweled gold watch. $10,
" Jeweled gold watch, $13.50
J!!M re 8P'entlId values
wr the money.
Th Progressive Jeweler.
'26 Main Street.
Reported That Conductor Anderson
Stayed at a Water Tank Last
Trainmen coming In from the cast
this morning report that Conductor
Martin Anderson, who went east on
No. 2 last night, while getting train
orders at Telocaset, was left by the
train, and started to walk 10 miles
to North Powder to get a bed, when
he was picked up by a helper en
Telocaset Is a water tank station
10 miles east of Union, and his
fi-lendB sympathize with him In being
side-tracked at such a place.
Much Loss of Life and Great Destruc
tipn of Property.
Dallas, May 7. The loss of life Is
estimated at 20 in last night's torna'
do in Northwestern TexaB. The crip
pled condition of the wires prevents
accuracy of details.
Two Villages Destroyed.
Fort Worth, May 7. Two small
villages, ono in Parker, the other In
Schackelford counties, are reported
destroyed by the cyclone of last
night. All wires are down. More.
land and Putnam are reported wiped
off the earth and many people killed
Inola. In the Creek nation, was al
so struck, and many are reported
dead. Only small damage was done
Cheyenne Mining Man Lost His Life
Sallda, Col., May 7. Hotel Tur
rt 19 mllpa north, burned, at mid
night. Raymond Zooks, a Cheyenne
mining man, was burned to death
and a number of guests narrowly es.
caped. Origin is unknown.
Eight Men Will Die Who Were Hurt
in a Mine.
Wllkesbarre. May 7. By an explo-
oinn nt ni In tho HIUman-Lance
Company mine at Plymouth today,
two men were Instantly killed and
seven fatally injured.
CAPT. MILLS PROMOTED.
Made Brigadier In Spite of Senate's
Wnnhlnirtnn MaV 7. The Iiresl-
dent today reappointed Captain Al
Unrt mm in commandant at West
Point, a brigadier general. The sen-
ate at the last session, retuseu 10
confirm the nomination.
,0rtt Ln 1 , ?!" Ice Cream can again be obtained at the old fa
Cabin Soda Fountain.
S-OEPPFMQ The Popular Price
A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
H. Connell, of Umatilla, was In
iuwn lasi evening.
J. A. NelSOn. OIK! nf tho ,!! irnnu.n
. rit.il utiu n u
residents of Adams, was In town to
T. T. Land, a prominent farmer of
Helix, Is In the city on business to
Mr. and Mrs. John Harris, of Wes
ton, are In town the guests of
George E. Bunce, ot Parsons, Kan.,
is at me st. ueorge for a few days
wnuo looking; over the country.
M. S. Shrock, field representative
01 mo l'acinc Homestead of Salem,
Is In the city from Heppner and
Frank Saline, of Weston, the re
publican nominee for county clerk,
is In the city for a short visit with
J. E. Cherry, the democratic candl
date for county clerk, Is down from
Adams for a short business visit In
J. B. Eddy, ot the O. It. & N., left
for his home In Portland this morn
ing after a few days spent hero on
R. D. Cashnt. n .imminent hnslncss
man of Salem, was In town today,
while on his war home from a lrli
Into the Interior.
Orvlllo Turner, nnssonirpr hrnl;e-
mnn wllh nnnilnntnr Amlnrnn Ir
laying off for a few days and Oliver
Ivelsey win take lils run.
W. It. Thompson, the cashier of
th, finnn.tn.lH.f!nmmnrnlnl HnnV.
loft this morning for his homo at
I.ewlstou for a visit with his fam
.1. J. Murnhv. clerk of the suDremo
court at Salem, was a guest at the
Hotel Pendleton yesterday wane in
town on business connected with the
last day of court hero.
Tinlnli Foster, the erandson of P.
P. Collier, Is In the city for n visit
wllh hln pranrinarents. liavlnir lust
returned from Fossil, where he has
been attending school.
fJenrno H. Sutherland, of Walla
Wnlln. wns n Pendleton visitor to
day while on his way home from
Sumpter, where he has been for
some time on business.
F n Hnlhrnnlt. the democratic
candidate for joint representative
from Umatilla and .Morrow counues,
Is a cuest at the Hotel Pendleton for
a short visit In the city.
.Tnhn MnNYriiev returned from
Haines' Hot Springs, In Baker coun
ts lust nlirlit. He Is much improv
ed In health ami will return to work
on the O. It. & N. at Cayuse soon.
T Rrav nf Pendleton. Or., arrived
in Payette Saturday and was looking
over the valley In search of a loca
tion which would suit him. He left
for Wolser Monday to be gone .a
few days when he will return to
Payette. Payette independent.
Continue the War Against Present
Location of Gas Plant.
Tin nrnnertv holders In the vlcin
ity of the electric light station have
not quit their opposition to the loca
tion of tho tias l) am near meir
homos, though the matter has been
deferred by the council for a time.
a number of them are making an
fintivn (lent acalnst the location of
dm iitnnt thpre and will be present
at the next meeting oi mo council,
next Wednesday night, witn ail tne
Intol-nnturi tlMltlPrtV llOUlt'I'S BB Can
he gotten together. They will go to
the meeting prepared to sustain their
position with arguments and facts in
tho face of which they think the
council will not persist in their ac
iinn r ut the ulant on tho site
i io tho intent on of the residents
of the district to enlist the support of
ti, i.ntirn nifv in their behalf, and
to force the gas plant out Into the
suburbs, where It win ue onensivu
to no one.
ROOSEVELT AGAINST BURTON.
President Said to Have Soured on
the Convicted Senator.
hlehest authority for
..i,i thnt President HoOBO-
L ii u man. iul in i i -
velt. United States Senator Long and
Governor Bailey oi iyuhu u
Joined iu a combination io unseai
On. .nine Tlnrtnn of Kansas, under
conviction and sentence for accept
ing money from get-ncn-quicK uwn.u
lers of St. Louis, says the Denver
in oimit nr success. Fourth
Assistant Postmaster General Brls
tow will be appointed to the vacancy
by Governor Bailey.
Within recent monms me mcu
known as the Long-Leiana-uaiiey
.i i.a inot its Arm erln upon
Kansas politics. If the senate post
pones actlou upon uunuu
til tho courts of appeal can be heard
. nnnti.or nipctlon will roll
around, In which all the chances are
against the success oi mo iuiiuw
n... i iinrinn ran be removed
soon, ' the vacancy can bo filled by
Governor Bailey. Tnis is wucm
i.inf nrn dm pame. Knowing
his partiality to Brlstow, who has
been at the bottom of the conviction
of Burton and others, Senator Long
i ir, him with the promlso
that Bailey yould appoint BrUtow.
Still another tacior eniercu uii
ly Into tho situation. Since he has
hofln nresldont. Mr. Roosevelt has
given Senator Burton the marble
h8irnco tho Burton conviction the
i.i.....ii ni,.nattv nL'nlnat Bur-
ton has greatly lncroasod, and the
sontlment at tho White House Is
thnt ho nhould ho thrown out ot tho
senato by tho hack door
THREE BIG SPECIALS
NOTWITHSTANDING THE AWFUL RUSH OF THE
WE STILL HAVE SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN THESE DEPARTMENTS WHICH WE WISH TO
CALL YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION TO.
93 CENTS A YARD, 93 CENTS.
300 YARDS SCOTCH HEATHER MIXTURES IN ALL THE NEW COMBINATIONS OF MIXED
COLORINGS, 52 TO 58 INCHES WIDE, WORTH $1.25 A YARD. SPECIAL SALE PRICE 93 CLNT3
A YARD SPECIAL SALE PRICE.
5 CENTS A YARD 5 CENTS.
75 PIECES OF BEAUTIFUL TRIMMING BRAIDS IN GOLD MIXTURES (JUST NOW SO MUCH
IN DEMAND) APPLIQUE AND PERSIAN, ALL COLORS AND WIDTHS, WORTH FROM 15 CENTS
TO 35 CENTS A YARD. A' BIG SNAP. SPECIAL SALE PRi E 5 CENTS A YARD SPECIAL
50 ODD PIECES IN LENGTHS FROM 2 TO 6 YARDS, ALL COLORINGS, WOR1 H FROM 50
TO $1.50 A YARD. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY AT SPECIAL SALE PRICE 35c TO 65e A YARD
SPECIAL SALE PRIlE.
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE
WHERE JT PAYS TO TRADE
USES OF GOAT SKINS.
How the Fashionable Trade Is Film.
Flammed by Bogus Furs.
The writer was first attracted to
the Angora goat as being a most ex
cellent substitute for wild fur-bearing
animals so rapidly becoming extinct.
The buffalo, which has supplied tho
buggy and carriage robes for so many
centuries, has been exterminated, and
nearly all other kinds of fur are very
rare and expensive.
The demand for this class of prod-
uct has always been enormous, and a
glance at any fur dealers price list
will convince anyone that the fur In
dustry Is one of great promise. There
Is no domestic animal that can supply
this great demand of the human fam
ily better than the Angora goat, Inas
much as the Bkin can bo taken In
such a variety of stages,
For Instance, when tho hair is of
ono month's growth It can hardly bo
distinguished from the Astrachan If
dyed black: or it can be taken at an
earlier period of growth and made to
represent the polar or black bear, ac
cording to the character of the dyes.
It may not be known that nearly
all the buggy robes that are now used
and sold as wild animal fur, are noth
Ing more than goat skins dyed. And
perhaps young IadleB who admire tho
so-called "real monkey skin' muffs
and cloaks will be surprised to learn
that they are only stralght-halred
goat skins dyed black.
One of the most profitable uses
that the Angora goat skin Is put to Is
in making lace trimmings, which com
mand a price per yard equivalent to
$15 for a single hide.
Another use is In making noor
rugs and coverings for tho backs of
sofas and arm chairs. Tho beautirul
luster of the curly hair Is brought out
in most effective manner by tho re
flection ot gas light, and nearly all
housekeepers who have not already
got them are anxious to possess
some. A. It. Prop In NeorasKa ar
Are shown In our beautiful hats. Tho cream ot artistic mill
inery Is at our store.
Ladles, you will bo delighted with chlcness of all our pattorns.
They aro so different from others bemuse they woro selected
from tho largost collections In tho KaHtern fashion centers. A
visit to our storo will convlnco.
THE HOME OF THE STYLISH HAT.
.i in -i
A suit In the Multnomah county
circuit court, which has been on tho
docket for 16 years against tho city
of Portland, was dlsmlsBod Friday,
It was brought by Melissa Thayer to
prevent collection of Improvement
taxes, in 1888.
If you huttlo with tho world for a
homo or for a business, you should
not loso an advantage onco galnod,
by wasting your money In buylug
poor coal and groen wood, when tho.
best of coal and dryest of sound wood
may bo bought of
Thorni Main 1121. Havings Bank
Home for the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
Chronic dlsoascs a specialty. Her remedies are Btrlctly
herbal, assisted by magnetic processes, and medicated vapor
All diseases treated in a common sense and scientific man
ner, removing unnatural growths, tumors, goitre and alt enlarge
ment of tho glands, WITHOUT THE USE OF THE KNIFE.
Cures rheumatism paralysis, neuralgia, catarrh, asthma, bronchi
tis, colds, liver and kidney troubles, and all diseases peculiar o
Special attention given to the '"VMV
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Treatment, nurse, board and room at reasonable rates. Con
Corner West Bluff and Marie Streets.
Spare Ribs, Cold Boiled Ham,
Sausage, Freah Pigs' Feet, Pure
Lard, Ham and Bacon and the
choicest fresh meats In the city.
The Scliwarz r Creulich Neat Co.
C07 MAIN STREET,
TELEPHONE MAIN 181.
1 a xvnrm A r-rrr7V CC'UTIIT-'
On a sultry day, the prospect ot
putting on such exquisitely launder
ed linen, whlto and faultloss In fin
ish, Is a pleasure to tho man (hat has
his shirts, collars and cuffs "donv
lip" at our laundry, Our aim Is to
pleaso our patrons and we spare no
pains to do It, ns wo want the patron
age of every man In Fondleton.
Puro Wolnnard's beer at The Mint.