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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, 8ATURDAY, MAY 7, 1904.
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SELECTIONS ALL MADE
EXCEPT FOR ONE EVENT.
Not Determined Yet Who Will Fling
the Discus at Walla Walla Pendle
ton Team Has Some Splendid
Runners, Jumpers and Throwers
List of Schools That Will Be Rep
resented Increasing Interest In
Professor Roy Conklln, the mana
ger of the Pendleton high school
track team, has been holding little
try-outs for sovernl ovemngs to de
termine who will be the eight men
to compose the team to go to Walla
Walla next Friday to meet with the
other scholastic teams for a field
day, and has at last selected all of
the team with the exception of one
Tho entry for the discus Is still in
doubt, and lies between George
Strnnd and Lester Means, who will
havo a little field day of their own
soon to ascertain which Is entitled
to the distinction.
Tho team is limited to eight man,
and tho selections have been made
with a view of getting the best men
for the single events rather than
the men who will make the best
general average, as it Is hoped by
that to get first place winners in
each event entered. The manage
ment has strong hopes of success on
Wl)l Wyrlck, the captain of the
team, Is doing good work in the 100
nnd 220-yard dashes, and will go to
Wnlla Walla to attempt to tnko tho
first placo In both events.
James Iteoves and Frank Plerco
will run tho 440-ynrd dash for tho
Pendleton team, Roy Loezer iho 880,
and tho relay team will bo made up
of Frank Pierce, Jnmes Iteoves, Hoy
Leczcr nnd Clarence Uollcrman. All
nro fast, and tho fnlth of tho stu
dents Is pinned to them for winners.
Lester Cronln Is scheduled for tho
high Jump and tho polo vault, and
Is regarded ns a strong man sure of
points. C. Dollerman will do tho
broad jump, nnd either George
Strand or Lester Means the discus.
So Williams Is getting into shapo
for tho 120 and 220 hurdles, and
will be suro of leading tho bunch if
ho can shake off the plowboy gait
ho has been ncquring for some timo
on his farm. Ho has been in the
country looking after the seeding of
his spring crops and has not been
training as the other boys have, but
ho Is recognized as one of the fast
est men in this part of the country
when in trim, and is polishing up
his spikes each evening with the rest
of the bunch. In a week he will be
in fairly good trim and ready for tho
Teams from tho Walla Walla high
school, Whitman Academy, Dayton
high school, Baker City high school,
Waltsburg Academy, Huntsvlllo
Academy nnd tho Pendleton high
school will be entered and it Is ex
pected this year that other schools
will bo thero with ejfher full teams
or special men for particular events.
Tho Pendleton team will havo
some fnst men, and it Is expected
that they will lead the flock whon
the points are footed, up at the end
of the last event.
A Pleasant Gathering. Conklln, Donald Conklln, Julian
Thnrn wrn. n inr miwino. nt ihx Iowe, Uaby Lowe, Lauronco Lock-
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Mat- loy. L-HHnn Byln. Ernost Boylon.
lock on Monday ovonlng. In honor of Flnnoran, Col a Madden, James
Mm .Timlin nnri ilnllnlitn,- M in Allno 1UUUUVU, "urn muuuun. uufcui J.iin.'
of Portland. Miss Justin proved '. Itoubon Irvln, Burton Greulich
herself a dollghtful entertainer,
favoring the guests With a vocal
solo, n Tecltatlon nnd nn lnstrumon
Dancing was indulged, in until a
Into hour by tho following: Messrs.
nnd Mesilnmcs L. G. Frazlor, Fred
Laatz, Wcsloy Matlock: Mesdames
Swnggart, Max Baor, W. K. C. I'm
Ut, Krnest Bkllcs nnd W. H. Babb;
Misses Stella and Bertha Aloxander.
Ida Thompson, Jessie Ilartman,
Ethel Johnson, Eva Froome, Efllo
Frnzler and Elslo Mntlock; Messrs.
Fred Lnmpkln, Mark Moorhouse,
George Hnrtmnn, Jr., Charles Samp
son, Hnrry Thompson, Ben Bur
roughs, Willlnm Sturgls, Thomas
Ayros nnd Leslie Mntlock, of Ilepp
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Vigorous Preparation for the La;
Grande Oratorical Contest.
f hn nrntnrs at tho high school arO
hard at work on their orations for
the Interscholastlc oratorical contest
at La Grnndo tho evening of May 28,
nnd will have them in the nanus oi
the faculty soon.
Tho orations submitted by mo
contestttntrt will bo sent to the Eng
lish department at Willamette Uni
versity when thoy are completed,
and will bo graded at that Institu
tion on their diction, composition and
argument. They will bo returned to
the committee in chargo of tho con
test, and tho ones selected by tho
judges nt tho local contest will bo
retained, with their markings, for
tho evening of tho final contest.
May Day Party.
A happy and enjoyable event was
tho May Day party given on last
Saturday by Pearl Hoch, Pansy Ire
land and Grace Bean at tho home of
tho latter. Various games wero play
ed, ThoninB Boylon winning first
prize In one contest, .and Raymond
Ulnker In nnothcr. Tho Invited
Grace Bean, Pnnsoy Ireland, Pearl
Hoch. Grace Cole, Lorcna Boothby,
Elslo Nowqucst, Eva Richardson,
Mnggio Cooly, Agnes Stillman, Laura
MeKeo, Holono Moussu, Stella
Greene, Winnie Undo, Hazel Piatt,
Efllo Parks, Clnyton Sharp, Thomas
Boylen, Raymond Rlnkor, Hawley
Bean, George Hoch, Eldred Ireland.
A Dinner Party.
An enjoyable dinner party was
given by Mrs. Harry Johnson on
Thursday ovonlng. Covers wero lnld
for 10. Tho guests were Mr. ana
Mrs. Leon Cohen, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred
Judd, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Taylor, Dr.
and Mrs. Vincent.
Entertained Supreme Judges.
Mrs. T. C. Tnylor was hostess for
an elaborate dinner party on Tues
day evening. In honor of Supremo
Judges Bean, Wolvcrton and Moore.
The other invited guests wore Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. Roosevelt and Mrs.
A pleasant birthday party was
given at the homo of C. F. Cole
worthy, this afternoon, In honor of
tho 4th birthday of Edith Margnrot,
their little daughtor. About 45 lit
tlo frionds wero presont. Refresh
ments were semd nnd games were
played rtlurinstho afternoon., shat
present wero as-w.ows:
Merle Perlngor, uiaays urownuuiu,
Helen Pierce. LUdlo Pierce, Harom
Moloney, Ned Fowler, Waldo Ronn,
Wesley Mimms, Mliard weison, .nurn
Patton, Miles Carlson, Mary Laatz,
Lucllo Tarbet, Walter Owen, Helen
Fee, Doris Fee, Poris Huffman, Mllo
Huffman, nazei mrum, mjiu..
Strain, Cleo Milsaps, iia wrnuu,
Mnhlo l.vnde. Irene Lynde, Agnes
nnnnv. Tom Denny. Madeline Bol-
Ions, Frank Dickson, Tholma Thomp
son, Ada Cook, vera luuww.
To Hot Lake for His Health.
Judgo J. J. Murphy, of Salem, leit
last night for Hot Laie, wnuru no
will remain for some umo in mu
hopes of restoring his henlth, which
i,no i.oon imnnlred by too closi1 ap
plication to his duties as clerk of
the supreme' court. Some time ago
Mr. Murphy suffered a stroke of
paralysis from which ho has never
CURTAIN POLES, ETC.
Our sales ore doublo what
they formorly wore. Why?
Becauso our stock is tbo Inrg
ost in Eastern Oregon. Our
prices nro always rlghL Qual
ity, Stylo nnd Service as good
ns tho best. Nuf Bed.
. A. RADER
MAIN AND WEBB STREET8.
Undertaklno Parlors In Connection.
Social end Personal Notes,
Tho Wcdnosday Whist Club mot
this weok with Mrs. Norborno Berke
Mrs. Iiwronco Frnzlor leaves
Tuesday for a visit to hor parents,
Mrs. cnnrics cartor entertained a
few friends Tuesday ovonlng nt
Mrs. Charles J. Ferguson Is visit
Ing nt Walla Walla, tho guest of rol
atlves and frionds.
Mrs. T. C. Taylor cntortnincd n
few frionds Friday ovonlng. Dupll
cnto whist wob played.
Mrs. William J. Furnish ontortnln
ed nt dinner last evening In honor
of the supreme Judges.
Roy Ponlnnd was ngreeably sur
prised by a number of his friends on
Inst Wednesdny evening.
Miss Celcstlnc Moorhouse, who
has been tcnchlng school nt Echo,
Is visiting with her parents.
Miss Edna Thompson nnd Miss
Eldena Hendloy aro tho guests of
MIsb Blnncho Horn, nt McKay.
Mrs. Leasuro, of Portland, Is tho
guest of her mother, Mrs. Blakesloy
and sister, Mrs. Sam Thompson.
.Miss Bessie Swltzlor, accompanied
by hor sister, Mrs. E. L. Lowell, re
turned homo from Portland Thurs
Miss Iva Kimbroll and Miss Con
stance Despnln aro visiting friends
on the Rouppo farm, east of the city,
for a few days.
.Mrs. E. C. Howard aud Miss Zella
Howard loft this morning for Milton
to attend tho commencement of tno
Dr. nnd Mrs. Vlncont leave Sunday
ovonlng for Now York City and other
Eastern places. Thoy will visit the
St. Louis fair en routo home,
Thoso Jolly fellows and royal en
tertainers, tho Elks, are arranging
for a dancing party, to bo given at
Mnslc hall some, Umo within the
next two weoka.
" The Pendleton Boys' Athletic Club
gnve n delightful hay rack party to
day to a number of their young lady
friends. They loft early this morn
ing to picnic at a place near the
reservation. Miss Wills acted as
Mrs. Wesjoy Matlock nnd children
will leavo ia about 10 days for tho
homo of hor paronts, nt Sholblna,
Mo., whero sho will visit for sovernl
weeks. Sho will then visit tho St.
Ixuin fair and will bo away from
Pendleton about five months.
May 1C Special school oloctlon to
decide how bonds shall bo sold,
May 18-211. O. O. F. grand lodgo
Mny 27-28 Caledonian picnic at'
Juno 2, 3, 4 Umatilla county pio
neers' reunion, at Weston.
Juno C Rubbor-tlrcd buggy will bo
given away by tho East Oregonlan.
Juno C Gonornl election in Ore
gon. Juno 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. R., Hood Rlvor.
Juno 22 Thirty-second annual re
union Oregon Pioneers, Portland.
Juno 23, 24, 25 Northwest Sports
men's tournnmont, Pondloton.
August 22-27 Amorlcnn Mining
Pondloton, May 23; Hoppnor, May
26; Arlington, May 31; Shnnlko,
Juno 2; Hoppnor, Juno 7; Pondloton,
Juno 10; Shnnlko, Juno 14; Bnkor
City, Juno 17; Pondloton, Juno 21;
Hoppnor, Juno 23; Elgin, Juno 28;
Shnnlko, July 1.
Supreme Court Goes Home.
Chief Justlco F. A. Mooro nnd As
sociate Justices R. S. Bean and C.
E. Wolvorton, accompanied by J. J.
Murphy, tho clerk of tho court, all
roturned to their homes in Salom
aftor a week's session of tho su
preme court hold In this city.
Row T. H. B. Anderson, tho father
of Mrs. Wesley Matlock, loft this
morning for Milton, whoro ho will
preach tho baccalaureate sormon be
fore tho students and fnculty of Co
lumbia College this nftornoon.
Whitman's Supply of Pianos.
Whitman collogo In Walla Walla,
Iiuh a total of 10 pianos In all Its de
partments, having ndded nlno this
Japs for Echo Deet FiiiT"
A crow of Jananno ."'.
od hero last Mondnv -JKeri-
buslly engaged In thlnninit ;
Charles Llslo's place up
By tho tlmo these are uZi, rt,
on S. I. Llslo's and o n T.
will hn rwiiiv r. vv,Itrn. '
and then wll como" th7
I'Tom now on thore will hn , '
ablo work In th i,o ' 6 .-
(hn nrnn rnnn1,nn . .... UCU JjiHl
ponnuon or japs was n,t. J
sary because tho boys who J5
would engage in such ik.C0WJ
In school. Somo of them ma
i.j .... it, uo ouun as Brhi I.
JiCilO IXCWB. ,
. . "I
Douglas and Hanan Bhoes
Wo will close our store at (
Ti TV1 nvnnnt C-n,. .1
,.. .... wavwjil outujuuye. nease
near mis in mind when maklnj.j
Wo sell "Mother's Pride,"
tho best 25c coffee on earth,
TEA HOUSE i
O. M. CAMPBELL DEAD.
Passed Away at Echo From Effects
nmnr M. Campbell, of Echo, died
at his homo In that placo this morn
ing at C:20 o'clock, auor a iivu
months' illness with consumption.
Tho deceased was ono oi mo oiu
residents of this county. Ho was
born in Iowa Juno 22, 1858, nnd enmo
tn Umatilla county whon 7 years of
agonnd has resided In this county
over since, no loaves u wuu uuu
son aged 15 years, and a married
Mr. Campbell was an Influential
otly.on of Echo and a member of tho
city council. Ho was a momuur ui
tho Woodmen of tho World, and car
ried a policy in that oruer lor i,uuu.
Ho has been engaged In tho livery
i,ainnaRfnr somo tlmo. and owns
..aiimhin nrnncrtv in Echo and tho
Tho funoral will bo conducted
irnm tho rosidonco Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, under tho auspices of
tho Woodmen, tuo iniermcni uunm
made in the Echo ccmoiory.
MEDAL SHOOT TOMORROW.
tabllsh a creamery in this city in tho
Tho nlant will bo put in tho build
ing used by tho Echo Hnro Packing
Company, ana win no in openiuuu
ns soon ns tho machlnory can bo In
stalled nnd the gonornl arrangements
mndo for starting tho business on a
safo and effective basis.
Tho final papors in tho contract
wero sent to tho head ofllco of tho
Hazolwood company today, nnd will
bo roturned soon whon nctivo opor
atlons will bo commonced in tho ro
modollnir of tho building and tho
Installation of tho machinery.
Usui He Lame Attendance, Some
Coming From Walla Walla.
Tho regular monthly medal shoot
nf thn Pendleton Sportsmen's Asso
ciation will bo bold at tho grounds
tomorrow morning. It Is expected
that nearly 100 members of tho club
will bo present and tako part, ns
great interest Is manifested In tho
doings of tho club ns tho tlmo for tho
Northwest tournnmont draws noar.
Fred Rodgers, of Wnlla Walla, has
written Btutlnc that in all probabili
ty a sound will bo over from Walla
wnlla to heln carry awny tho
Tho nrrnngeinentB for tho big
tournnmont nro fast being complot
nnd It will bo but a few days bo-
foro tho program will bo ready for
CREAMERY AT ECHO.
Enterprise s Assured and Will Be
In Operation Soon.
Echo, May 7. Special to tho East
Oregonlan,) Through mo onorm m
Colonel R. C. Judson, tho Industrial
agent of tho O. R. & N., a doal has
l.nnn mndo with tho Hazolwood
Croamery peoplo of Spolcano, to oo
Going to Alaska.
Wosloy Matlock Is preparing to
leave for Nomo on tho 20th of this
month, whoro ho will ovcrseo his
nilnttip. Interest for tho Slimmer. nO
will return to Pondloton in Octobor,
Rev. Clapp In Town.
Hnv n. F. Clann of Forest Qrovo,
ono of tho prominent ministers of tho
Wlllametto valloy. was in town yea
torday, stopping at tho Hotel Bickers.
Extra Brakeman Discontinued.
Boglnnlng with tomorrow, tho
oxtra brakeman on passongor trains
No. 5 and 6 will bo discontinue.
No circus is as big as it's painted.
BETTER THAN THE OLD-TIME
CREAM OF TaR1AR POWDBRB
A SPECIAL EFFORT TO DIS
PLAY AND PROVE THE EXTRA
VALUES OF OUR LINES OF MEN'S
FAR BELOW ACTUAL
The Boston Store
Special Prices on
Clothing and Furnishings
STRIPED UNDERWEAR, PER SUIT
FANCY 8TRIPED UNDERWEAR, PER SUIT
UNDERWEAR IN BLUE AND FLESH COLOR, PER SUIT
BLACK 8TRIPED SHIRTS, EACH
. nr riA ir riicPR Tn MATCH
uuli- amnio, uiit. mm w. . - - - m ,
GOLF SHIRTS, EXTRA QUALITY, " .
$10.00 MEN'S 8UITS, AT ,
$7.50 MEN'S 8UIT8 AT $5J0'
$8.00 MEN'S SUITS AT J9 90 J
$12.50 MEN'S SUITS AT J
WE ARE SHOWING BARGAINS IN ALL LINES.
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Clothiers and Furnishers
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Enjoy an outlns and
A fishing trip will '
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