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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1904.
: It's "Moving Day" for
You can make any day you
J choose "moving day" for bed
bugs It you buy a botUe ot
Z The Green Fluid
a It Is quick, convenient and ab-
solutely sure death to nese
2 pests that often find their way
Into the homes of the best and
? most careful housekeepers.
Many "good housekeepers" that
you know are buying Insect!-
dde. Every bottle guaranteed.
i HIGH SCHOOL MEET
BAKER CH AND PENDLE.
TON AT. WALLA WALLA
F. W. SCHMIDT
Interscholastlc High School Meet
Takes Place Tomorrow - Repre
sentatives From Baker City, Union
and Pendleton to Compete In Ora
toncal Contests Pendleton Team
Judge Simpson, of Newton. Kan.,
was killed yesterday in an automo
A special from Yukon river says
the river will be free from lee earlier
this season than ever before known.
Henry Voolker. -a member of the
hospital corps at Honolulu, was
drowned yesterday while bathing In
Senator Clark entertained 2.000
children Arbor Day. May 10. at
Butte, at Columbia Gardens, his
Caleb Powers, condemned to death
on the charge of killing Governor
Goebel. or Kentucky, is writing a
book of experiences.
The Servian government has de
cided to demolish the old palace
which was the scene of the murder
of King Alexander and Queen Draga.
Two negroes e.ntered the home of
Clarmee Meyer, a Kansas City print
er, and literally slashed him to pieces
with razors. Robbery was the mo
tive. John Wallace, general manager of
the Illinois Centra) railroad, has ac
cepted the positipn of chief engineer
in charge of the construction of the
Rev. O- P. Newell, pastor of the
Marshalltown, Ia Methodist church,
was stricken with paralysis while In
the pulpit and fell headlong to the
floor. He cannot live.
The Baker City high school team
which competes at 'Walla Walla to
morrow, arrived this morning on
No. 1, accompanied by Professor J.
A. Churchill, superintendent of the
Baker City schools. The team Is
composed ns follows:
John Allen, discus, hammer and
shot; Dan Kelley. 100 and 220 yards
and high and running jumps; relay
team, Ralph Dodson, Herbert Chand
ler. Stanley Parker and Jesse Rich'
ardson; Walter Richardson, one mile
and one-half mile; Ralph Dodson,
one-half and one-fourth miles; Ros
coe Ncal. pole Jump and 100 yards.
Rooters, Menzle Mckim, James
Mitchell. Harry Mitchell and Roscoe
Miss Osle Payton will represent
the same Institution in the orator!
cal contest. She accompanied the
party In company with her sister.
Miss Alma Payton, and Miss Edith
Lafferty. of Union, who represents
the high school of that city in the
oratorical contest at Walla Walla.
The Pendleton team to the Walla
Walla contest will go over tomorrow
morning, ns follows: Will Wyrick.
captain. 100 and 220 yards; relay.
Frank Pierce. James Reeves. Roy
Leezer and Clarence Bollerman;
Frank Pierce and James Reeves. 440
ynrds; Roy Leezer. SS0 yards: Se
Williams, hurdle race; Clarence Bol
lerman, broad Jump; Lester Means
and George Strand, hammer and dis
cus. Milton Shaw will compete In the
oratorical contest. Ora Jay Is not
eligible because he is not yet in the
high school, but Is a member of the
eighth grade. Lester Cronln cannot
go to Walla Walla, being unavoida
bly detained at home by business.
CHINAMAN HAS TROUBLES.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The Alaskan exhibit at the SL
Louis fair will contain 20,000 miner
TacDa ParArHnli. n nlnnfer farmer
or uenessee. luauu. uieu mcuucbuu.
aged 70 years.
Six telephone money boxes were
robbed In Portland. Wednesday
morning, the thieves securing about
25 In all from the job.
Victor Emmel. a graduate of Paci
fic University, Forest Grove, Or., has
received a complimentary scholar
chip at the Brown University.
H. A. Mondschnln, a prominent
jeweler of Blackfoot. Idaho, commit
ted suicide Wednesday by tnklng
pnisslc acid. He had been drinking
Fruit trees In Jackson county, are
dying from some unknown cause.
several orchards or young irees nam
ing been almost totally destroyed by
Fred Olson, a street car conductor,
was killed in Portland Wednesday
morning, by being struck with a live
-wire, over 6,000 volts of electricity
passing through his body.
Postmaster Bancroft, of Portland,
lias refused to resign, notwithstand
ing the repeated hints that his res
ignation would be acceptable at the
hands of the department.
The special bond election held at
Eugene Wednesday, tor me purpose
of voting 7.000 bonds for a water
system, resulted In the defeat of the
water bond Issue, by a vote of 4i to
The registration books will remain
i PnrtinnH until Monday even
ing. May 1G, at the advice of John
Manning, dUtrlct attorney, who says
.1, n Ian- mfmna mat the voters shall
have a certain number of days in
which to register, and because the
15th falls on Sunday, arc entitled be
fore the law, to the use of Monday,
to make up the loss.
Educated Celestial Tries to Serve
Two Gods at Once in Baker City.
Charles Emow. the educated China
man, has troubles of his own. says
the Baker City Herald." His people
have issued the edict that Charles
shall not worship God and Mammon
both at the same time. They put It
under a different head, however.
They say Charlie shall not bow at
the feet of their great joss and at the
same time worship the Mellcan man's
They are willing that Charlie may
follow the American plan of worship,
hut they declare that he must get off
of the fence. Charles was sailing un
der two banners of worship without
a ripple in the way, but he went too
far. He Btrnck the breakers yester
day with a dull thud and received
notice immediately to vacate China
town or bow to one God or the other
Charles has been running with the
Salvation Army folks and the Chris-
tlans generally and has become very
popular wUh them. At tne same
time he has been an ardent devotee
to Joss, and his Chinese friends have
notified him to be either a Christian
Resolutions adopted by Bushee
Chapter No. 19, Order of the East
Whereas. It has pleased the Grand
Patron on high to enter our chapter
.1 nn11 it t hrntripr ft n Bovd from
UUU UHII -
his labor here to tne eternal rem,
therefore, be It
t,..i...j Thni mourn the loss
ncmJiicu, - - ' -
of Brother Boyd and feel that a
gloom has been cast over our tui
ter which time alone can dispel.
Resolved, That we, xne memut
n.,ahu xhnntor No. 19. Order of
the Eastern Star, desire to express to
his sisters our sympatny in mm uuur
of sore bereavement at the loss of
their beloved nrotner.
nunii That these resolutions
be read in open chapter and a copy
be sent to his sisters anu ire
the city papers lor puoncauun.
ELLA P. LOWELL,
A. J. OWEN.
THREE BIG BARGAINS
mviil orchard and
xuur uuco, o- 12 950
Six acres, with good house. 400
bearing fruit trees; alfaifa,
i v. i i . vofd Tnitanen
una cmvbvu - t,
dent water system. Terms. . .55,500
Eight acres, good house and
barn; 100 bearing fruit trees.
E. T. WADE & SON.
A Startling Test
Ttr T Ci. Merrltt
lo save - .
of No. Mehoopany, Pa., made a
startling test, resulting In a wonder-
. t. "o nntlnnt was
jui cure, tie unco,
attacked with violent hemorrhages,
. . i . - nf thn fltnm.
caused ay uicciuu" - -
. , vlj . n,l Rloptrie Bit
acn. i uiiu uucu . - ,
ters excellent for acute stomach and
. , . t nrnaMhon them.
liver irouuien du j" -- -- -
The patient gained from the first.
and nas noi uuu u --
months." JSieciric uuicro
lively guaranteed for Dyspepsia, In
digestion, wjumi'" --:
troubles. Try them. Only 50c nt
Tallman & io. b.
In order to accommodate fishing
r, n jf. V. Co. will. Until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at t:iu p.
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1. due In Pendleton at
9 a. m.. stop at some place Monday
morning. This arrangpment will be
- 1 . Wnv 1J-
ln enect auiumuj. . .
E. C. SMITH, Agent.
Mr. Ragweed Silas writes from
town that nes siuuyiu
A "IVnll Wfill. SI al
lus wuz fondo' pie" but I didn't know
J. A. Bajash. Montlccllo.
F. W. Wnltc, city.
M. E. Stern. Chicago.
George A. Thomas, San Francisco.
Fred Pelchner. St. Paul.
R. R. Seed. Chicago.
George T. Williams, Portland.
Fred Rodgers, Portland.
Jlrs. T. E. Palmer, Ponieroy.
H. M. Sallng and wife. Weston.
Charles S. Gothelf, New York.
Pauline Rose. New York.
Thomas A. Purdy. Portland.
R. B. May, Walla Wnlla.
George W. Barry, Chicago.
Miss Dora Eggers, Salem.
J. Mumm. Salem.
A. E. Gulst, Portland.
R. C. Long. Spokane.
F. S, Badger. Wnlla Walla.
J. J. Sellers. Walla Walla. (
Clark S. Allen. Spokane. t
R. A. Wright, Spokane.
Harry Chamrout. New York.
J. M. Russell, city.
A. Nylander. Portland.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
S. A. Fracs. Spokane.
William L. Devenshire. San Fran
cisco. James Steward. Colfax.
U N. Hart. Walla Walla.
Will C. Gibson. Portland.
John Mlssen. Portland.
Sam C. Rerr, Portland.
B. G. Keugh. South Carolina.
C. A. Minor and daughter, Hepp-
H. E. Harris. Portland.
J. A. Young. Portland.
Meyer Abraham, Portland.
The St. George.
S. H. Fry. Dalles.
F. H. Hardon. Portland.
Sidney Ackernian, San Francisco.
R. D. McAusland. Omaha.
R. Wlnkleman. South Prairie.
A. F. Bernard. Portland.
W. C Winks. Portland.
Newton Philips. San Franclnco.
-Colin V. Dyment. Walla Walla.
H. C Willis. Echo.
F. B. Van Cleave, Echo.
Dr. E. N. Hutchinson. Portland.
E. E. Coy and son, Kayak. Alaska.
D. B Richardson, Helix
George Harris. Portland
Fannie O. Shnw. WInslde.
Etha Shaw, Winslde.
E. A. Pearce. Pullman.
B. N Leland. Helix.
D. G. Ritts. La Grande.
Clarence Adams. Baker City.
H. A. Richardson. Helix.
James A. Berry. San Francisco.
George E. Parson, Lakeview.
R. C. Black, New York.
J. D. Christy. Denver.
M. E. Barker. Portland.
Mrs. E. S. King. Walla Walla.
Miss Lydie Wyman. Weston.
John Ferguson. North Yakima.
E. Ripper. Echo.
M. M. Trimmer. Topeka.
Otte L. Coy, College Place.
W. S. Holt, Portland.
W. W. Van Canon, Laclede.
Sam Lee. Spokane.
H. G. Hurlburt. Irrlgon.
L. E. Kukill, Starbuck.
J. H. Roddy, Starbuck.
G. W. Bradley. Athena.
J. B. Morehead. Mllade.
H. N. Halverson. Northfield.
Miss Alma Payton, Baker City.
Miss Osle Payton, Baker City.
Ralph Douson. Baker City.
Walter Mitchell. Baker City.
Dan Kelley, Baker City.
Herbert Chandler, Baker City.
John Allen. Baker City.
Roscoe Neal, Baker City.
Hanley Parker. Baker Sity.
Joseph Richardson, Baker City.
J. A. Churchill, Baker City.
.Menzie McKim. Baker City.
James Mitchell. Baker City.
Charles Kirkpatrick. Baker City.
O. W. McCoughter. Baker City.
Fire Sale Prices will be extra spe
cial for this Friday and Saturday on
hoys clothing and shoes for men as
well as boys at the Peoples Warehouse.
THE POWER OF 6TEAM.
Hmmr Mar S Bat It Takes Genius
Ilea urn u-"
k kMttl liH tn lumn u n ana
down, he said 'There must be power In
that steam wai ii ca mi usu
There was. .
same phenomenon and regarded It as
an unexpuuneo. .niysiery.
.pl.nl i fy- mvirrh hflR nut its
Ullfin vm w " - --,
tne Hair, and consequent Baldness, and.
has unearthed a tiny germ which eat
the lire rrom tne roots or numan nam
eenn and consequently restores th
Bold by leading drucntsts. Send 10c. t
stamps lor sample to im uerptuuv u.
F. W. Schmidt, apeclal agent.
That pay their losses
promptly. Our companies
stand at the head of the list
Hartford Fire Insurance
Alliance Assurance Co .. 29,039,903
London & Lancashire Fire
Insurance Co. ......... 2,544,683
North British & Mercantile
Royal Insurance Co 22,897,153
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
112 EAST COURT STREET.
CLOTHING AT COSfl
. . n,,r, -I flTUIMR AND WHILE OUR R&l P I act--. ...
. . nr-n Tn,M trvcb RPPflRE. OUR STORE IS Tnn f.n...-v"'(t
Ti nno tTAr.K op CLOTHING TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR DBv Zl0 !
$15.00 Suits for V.l'l
$12.50 Suits for
$10.00 Suits for
$ 850 Suits for
$ 4.00 Pants for 3-5
$ 3.00 Pants for J jj.jJO
5 2.50 Pants for f 2-00
$ 150 Pants for '-20
Boys' $9.00 Suits for
Boys' $7.50 Suits for ..
Boys' $6.00 Suits for .... '
Boys' $5.00 Suits for .
Boys' $3.50 Suits for .,
Boys' $3.00 Suits for
Ravc' Pant, n .11 I . I ,
Ml, lUUi jp
- Alt- KiLtPf PWrDV CI1 IT I t hp t-.-.
THIS SALE IS A BONA MUt. omll, n w c v fcn . w. . muu oc. ntuuCED AB im
FIT OUT THE BOYS WITH NEW SUITS THIS WEEK.
The FAIR. TBeFAl
THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY.
THIS IS DOLLAR WEEK AT OUR STORE.
THIS IS THE WEEK WHEN A DOLLAR WILL" DO BIG
DUTY. WE WANT ALL DOUBTING THOMASES TO COME
IN AND BE CONVINCED. OUR SPECIAL DAY SALES MADE
US MORE CUSTOMERS THAN ANYTHING WE HAVE TRIED
BEFORE, BECAUSE THE PEOPLE CALLED AND FOUND US
DOING EVERYTHING WE ADVERTISED. THIS WEEK WE
WILL SHOW YOU HOW BIG IS YOUR
$155 and $1.50 GOLF SHIRTS FOR $1.00
$155 and $150 UNDERWEAR FOR $1.00
$155 and $1.50 HATS for $1-0
YOU PROFIT MADE WHEN YOU PURCHASE, CARRIED
HOME WITH YOU. SPEND IT WHERE YOU LIKE.
THE STORE THAT DOES THINGS.
GAINING FA II IT
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH. CI YNN&C0,
6ET IT. Don't accept a substitute. 1 1 . I
Home iot the Afflicted
Dr. Sabina Leach's Private Sanitarium
Chronic diseases a specialty. Her remedies are strictly
berual, assisted by magnetic processes, and medicated vapor
All diseases treated In a common sense and scientific man
ner, removing unnatural growths, tumors, eoltre and all enlarge
ment of thl glands. WITHOUT THE USE OF THE KNIFE.
Cures rheumatism paralysis, neuralgia, catarrh, asthma, broncm
tls, colds, liver and kidney troubles, and all diseases peculiar o
Special attention given to the
Whiskey, Opium and Tobacco Habits
Treatment, nurse, board and room at reasonable rates. Con
Corner West Bluff and Marie Streets.
TRY A BCTTU I
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by tnt'lr Irame of 0U
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