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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1904.
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F. W. SCHMIDT
! MEET FRIDAY NIGHT
"Phone Main S51.
Little Doubt But That the Dyers'
Grove Site Will Be Selected, Mr.
yers Agreeing to the Necessary
Conditions Other Sites More a
Matter of Doubt Bonds Will Be
Sold June 15 Miss Eva Wood Re
elected to Teach.
The Brazilian-Peruvian boundary
dispute has broken out again, and
Brazil is sending troops to the fron
tier. Mayor McLane, of Baltimore, by
n-m Inft tinnnn In 1,1c ivlfn ii-lmm hn
married three weeks before commit-1
At the meeting of the school board
held last evening no business was
done of importance except the re
election of MIsb Eva Wood as one of
the teachers for next year. Miss
Wood had charge of the third grade
last year, and has made a specialty
of that work, and will In ull probabil
ity he given the same position during
the next year.
No action was taken In reference
to the selection of the sites for the
new school buildings, the matter be
ing deferred until u meeting to tie
held on Friday evening, when the lo-
I cation of the three new houses will be
definitely determined upon. It was
nut stated positively by any member
of the board, hut the sentiment seems
lo he in favor of the Myers' Orove
location, and of the Matlock property.
Mr. Byers will. It Is said, fill In and
grade the grove, platflng it on the
level required by the city engineer.
In which case the property will be
a good location.
The Matlock property in the west
end is now practically in shape, and
Is a good location, being central and
In a good neighborhood.
On the north side the board has
A. Luckel. Portland.
H. Stocker, Portland.
Charles H. Green, San Francisco.
E. Vv. Brigham, Boston.
J. Sam Cole, Portland.
Frank E. Green, Boston.
J. W. Conncll, Boston.
John Ansneld and wife. Cleveland
A. H. Greenherg, Seattle.
Mrs, Q. M. Ittco and son. Dayton.
A. F. Parker. Grangevllle.
John Gavin, The Dalles.
E. J. Brannick. Portland.
Mrs. Adams, Spokane.
W. M. Oyler, Tacoma.
Albert G. Hockel, San Francisco,
J. W. Beverly, Denver.
Miss Francena Day, Spokane.
H. W. Cameron, Spokane.
A. H. Caston, Spokane.
F. M. Bell, Spokaue.
A. W. Tlckner, Spoknne.
W. It. McRoberts, Spokane.
George Baker, Portland.
C. H. Sennor, Kansas City.
Earl W. Hlger. Indianapolis
W. S. Garrett. San Francisco.
M. Helfnt, New York.
It. Mitchell. Lincoln.
Thomas A. Purdy.
E. C. Kreatllng. Portland.
C. M. Smith, Portland.
William Mnher, Portland.
1 HUKdiA I or&UAlS
t KID QLOVES
nice as new, without Injury to the article cleansed. This glove cleanser m,i ! "
"-" in every
We have the best value3 In kid gloves in the city. Our prices run fro
pair guaranteed. We also have a chemical chalk that cleans gloves, slippers or
FOR THURSDAY we will give FREE with every pair of kid gloves sold, a cake of
chalk, worth 25c.
Buy a pair of gloves tomorrow and get free an article that will
soiled gloves, and save you four times the cost of It during the year,
The number of cases of pulmonary
diseases in New York City has reach
ed the highest figure on record. The
city health department nlone has 1,
POO in its direct charge.
A tolerable Idea of the volume of
shipping crossing the Columbia river
bar can bo formed from the fact that
10 'licensed pilots are busy year in
and year out guiding It. i
Henry Watterson declares that the
only reason he prefers Grover Cleve
land for president over Boosovolt, Is
that the former, on account of his
age, is less likely to live out his
nlinnl .l.inltli-irl it.tnn n fvnn, ....nr. 41...
end of Jackson streot, where a build
ing can he put without helng either
too high up the hill, or too far from
the central part of that neighborhood.
The locations will all lie decided
upon Friday evening, anil plans ar
ranged for the commencement of the
The bonds will be sold Wednesday.
June 15, nnd from that time on the
work of construction will be rushed.
PAIRED IN BED.
Veteran Voters Unable to Reach
To patriotic people either In Jail or I
In bed. election day has no charm;
but a couple of old-time residents of I
this place got around the difficulty in
a strictly parliamentary manner.
Ijist week, while handling a young
horse, A. D. Ilhonimus had the mis
fortune to become tangled up with
some harness, and had his leg broken
close to the thigh. He was taken to
i the hospital, where his case Is now
progressing in a satisfactory manner,
but when election day dawned the old
I pioneer wanted to vote, and asked the
upon the general principle that doctor attending Wni to send up a
only dogs, cattle .and other livestock Judge and clerk of election and take
can bo justly taxed per capita, James "is ballot. This, of course, could not
Curtln, of Pittsfleld, Mass., will fight j be done, nnd the old man was very
the city poll tax clear Into the United . much disappointed.
States supreme court. Mr. Rhonlmus is a democrat, and
I though ,4 years of age, takes great
i Interest In the success of his party.
I l he doctor told him that perhaps
Jesse Failing could help him out.
i Mr. Falling is 75 venrs rif nee. nnd Ik
Inlfl lin n-lfli a hrnlinn thlcrh lla lo
The St. George.
H. L. Jackson, San Francisco.
Mrs. U Desmond, Chicago.
Horace Walker. Helix.
A. J. Murphy, Portland.
William Dunn, Portland.
n. B. Stnnfield, Echo.
W. J. Burns nnd wife, Detroit.
Mrs. II. Bums, Detroit.
K. B. Wilson. Portland.
M. Klrschner, Now York.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
J. A. Allison, Portland.
Louis Fntistemann, New Yorv.
D. Keefe, Walla Walla.
Mary E, Sellen, New York.
S. D. Holland, Spokane.
James F. O'Meara, Spokane.
.Miss Myrtle Du Itette, Salem.
J. C I.onergan, Seattle.
J. H. Spear, St. Louis.
K. J. Small, San Francisco.
(I. C. Kini. Walla Walla.
F. Wilson, Walla Walla.
H. W. Behnke. Portland.
Nathan S. Hamilton, Portland
h. W. Barnes, Portland.
H. Connell. Umatilla. .
c," a dozen parl 0r
Watch this space for eash day's specials, for we will change the ad each day.
the Allv. the VA
THE STORE THAT IS AFTER YOUR BUSINESS.
We will Close
OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK THIS MONTH, AND IT BEHOVES
THOSE WHO WISH TO PRACTICE ECONOMY TO TAKE ADVAN
TAGE OF THIS CM.E. WE MUST GET RID OF THE GOODS, AS
WE WILL PUT IN AN ENTIRE NEW STOCK WHEN WE GET IN
OUR NEW BUILDING. THE REMOVAL SALE MEANS THAT YOU
GET GOODS AT UNHEARD OF LOW PRICES.
OUR PRICES ARE OUR TRADE PULLERS AND ARE THE
MEANS WE HAVE OF GETTING RID OF THE STOCK. COME IN
AND CONVINCE YOURSELF THAT WE ARE GIVING THE REAL
THINGS IN THE WAY OF BARGAINS.
The Japanese government has offic
ially notified all commercial nations
that It has Llao Tung peninsula (upon
which Is situated Port Arthur and
Dalny) effectively and completely
William Keyser, formerly vice pres
ident or the Baltimore & Ohio rail
road, dropped dead of heart failure,
at the spectacle of a runaway team
drawing a carriage containing four
The 5-year-old daughter of C. M.
rearing, of Caster, S. D apparently
died, was laid out, and lay 3C hours
in her coffin. A neighbor refused to
hclieve she was dead, and
IHAVll (U CBUBUILUIU LI1U CU11U. l.tlnn . I . .1 .
hint, rm,inn,i ,.. - in muiiuuii. on me iwu geuuemen ue-
nvLscing rapldfy " " . c,ded to "alr- NolthBr voted nd 88
convalescing rapidly. eacn wollI(i have voted OI)p0sUe tick-
! eis, me result will not ho changed.
B. B. Richards, Helix.
J. B. Grubb and wife, Holdman.
J. J .Thompson, Holdman.
Mrs. Mulkins, Walla Walla.
Orvll Gllmore, Wasco.
J. W. Oakley, Pilot Hock.
J. A. Oakley. Pilot Hock.
J. L. Ilae, Freewater.
C. F. Royal. Salem.
Edward Wolfe, Grass Valley.
H. C. Mlllls, Echo.
W. M. Fraker, McKay.
Danlal O'Connor, Goldendale.
Mrs. Yales, Milton.
Mrs. A. M. Isaacs, Pendleton .
A. Stein, Colfax.
M. O. Van Orsdall, city.
S. F. Moore, Adams.
T. J. Thompson, Cold Springs.
J. M. Slack, Summerville.
John Emery, lji Grande.
N. Needham, Portland.
W. D. Simpson, Weston.
W. H. Cathorman, Umatilla.
Gt W. Salsberry, Ellensburg.
urving toeett and family. Golden-
Solomon Ends, aged 65, a pioneer of
Eastern Oregon, died at La Grande,
James WIggs, the crack pitcher of
the Salt Lake baseball team, has been
Indefinitely suspended by the mana
ger. Alvln Lane, n 13-year-old boy, resid
ing at Watervllle, near Eugene, was
dragged to death by a horse, Tuesday
S. Rusk, an old pioneer miner of
liastern Oregon, dropped dead in
Bourne, Monday, ns he was going to
Oregon Homeopaths will meet in
Portland In state convention on June
H and 15. this being the 28th annual
session of the organization.
The Pacific Coast lumber combine,
including the big mills of Portland,
has been declared illegal in the fed
eral courts of San Francisco.
Fred Bohle, a farmer of Colton,
Wash., died from blood poisoning
Tuesday, as a result of a small cut
tm his thumb from a tomato can.
The headquarters of the American
Labor Union will be removed from
Botte, Mont., to Chicago, because of
the more central location of the lat
State Food aud Dairy Commission
er Bailey Is hot on tho trail of the
importers of adulterated Jellies from
California, which have been scatter
ed through Oregon markets In the
ROAD TO SEVEN DEVILS.
Baker City Will Be Connected
Rich Copper Camp.
Baker City, Ore. June S. The long
expected railroad from here to tho
Seven Devils, a distance of 60 miles,
now seems certain of construction
this seabon by the promoters. W. L.
Vinson, W. C. Brown, vice-president
of the New York Central railroad and
of the Iuike Shore railroad, H. A. Par
ker, vice-president of tho Rock Island
road and James A. Drake, a wealthy
New York banker, arrived last night
, at Huntington in Mr. Brown's private
car and today are going over the route
of the proposed road in company with
W. J. Patterson, a large land owner
' and irrigationist of Baker City Is also
a guest of Sir. Vinson on this trip 'of
I The proposed railroad will tap the
I rich Eagle and Pine valleys, Big
Goose creek, Seven Devils copper
mines, Medical Lake and Cornucopia
gold mines. The building of the road
I means a tremendous Increase of busi
ness here and the decision of these
experts is anxiously awaited.
ueware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mer.uiy
us mercury will surely destroy the sense
. nu.c, uiiu luuipicieiy uernnge tne whole
syatem when entering It throush the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles should never
e ul except on prescriptions from re-
1 ... . .'"J""-'""!", as me damage they
nil iki 'Ve.n f0'? t0 ,h eood yon cai
Mc.,,c irum mem, nails Ca-
mrru i.ure, manufactured by V j, Cne-
..w - ..u.cuu, umo conta ns no mer
cury Ild is taken Into-.,..!!.
rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces
. ' ,u uuJnE a s catarrh
Cure 1h sure to get the genuine. It Is
taken internally and Is made I T Toledo!
Ohio, by V. J. Cheney i Co. Testimonials
i b,T,n.'!r.ug? ;tg;, Prl.? c per bottle.
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STRAW HATS AT HALF PRICE.
We got the desirable shapes, tho yacht shapes, Panama shapes.
Fedora shapes. Bear in mind that not a single hat in our store is
of last spring styles, because we were not in business then. They
are not a carrled-over lot. Every straw hat goes at half price.
?2.50 Straw Hats for . $1.25
I $2.00 Straw Hats for $1.00
; $1.75 Straw Hats for 90c
51.50 Straw Hats for ; 75c
75c Straw Hats for 40c
C5c Straw Hats for 35c
50c Straw Hats for 25c
A few Automobile Caps left to go at 35c each
We have nine lines of spring and summer Underwear that just
arrived, which we bought to sell at $1.00 and $1.50 a suit, but they
will all go in this sale at 80c a suit or 40c a garment.
Cooper's $2.50 Underwear, which are always a good value at that
price, go at $2.00 a suit or $1.00 a garment.
Cooper's $3.00 Underwear at $2.50 a suit or $1.25 a garment.
$3.50 Silk Lustre Underwear go for $2.75.
A special In underwear, cream color, $1.00 a suit at the removal
sale for 25c a garment.
Fancy Vests, $2.50, for
Fancy Vests, $3.00, for ,
Fancy Vests, $3.50, for
C cent Linen Hankderchlefs 3
10 cent Linen Handkerchiefs .,4
2 for 25 cent Japlnettes, plain white or fancy border 3 for 25c
25 cent Linen Handkerchiefs 6 for $1.00
CO cent Linen Handkerchiefs ",3 ror ji'qo
Umbrellas at half price
Ten .uncalled for suits of clothes on which there has been a de
posit of from $3 to $G; were to sell at from $20 to $25. Your pick of
the lot for $10.00. Don't buy a suit until you bavo seen these.
These are only specimen prices to give you an Idea of the re
markable cuts v.-e have made. Slaughtered prices are on every article
in the store.
Pcsltlvely the bett bee
nuy quantity yoa
sire. Delivered to jej
Always call for 0!jj(
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Best 25 Cent Meal In tne
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I C33 Mala Street
.uuncnunan unlnese accuse the
miBoiuiiH in poisoning the wells and
umur sources ot drinking water sup-
iu Moncnunan points they have
uuen iurceu to evacuate.
Sullivan (b Bond
The Store that has the Great Removal Sale
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises In the family
j -wMjauBwci it 10-aay, Try
First Game Will Be Played Next Sun
day Terms In Detail,
At a meeting of the Tennis Club
last evening, arrangements woro '
completed for tho coming tournamont.
It was decided that the first game
would be played on Sunday morning
next. At that time a schedule will
bo at the courts, and each member
I'UDPC dt Drjpnir.iwilg t0 comP0to In the singles
J.XXKC.E, JtSHjr BAKlarAiNa, will be givon a place. Tho plan is
10 nave eacn contestant 11 ay ovorv
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ON DRAUGHT AT
In Suburban Property.
Jtour acres, good orchard and
Six acres, with good house, 400
bearing fruit trees; good
chicken yard; 4 acres sot to
alfalfa, and an Indopendont
water systom $5,300
Eight acres, good hou8ennd barn,
100 bearing fruit trees $2,250
Stock ranch of 2300 acres. Tho
i tor sale in Eastern Oregon.
IHdaw 400 tons of hay. Plenty of
nDBaler' tImbor and outsldo
range. $5 per acre.
City Property a Specialty.
E. T. WADE S. SON.
other entry, and thoso making the
highest number of points in total will
bo given tho single championship for
tho year. From tho highest in the
list of singles tho double teams will
bo made up to try for the double
A commltteo Is now at work at
tempting to secure a cup to bo given
to tho holder of the singles, and
prizes in medals of trophies will be
given to tho members of tho team
winning tho doubles.
The body of Martin Ertle, who dis
appeared from his homo in Qulllay
uto Valley, Washington, threo months
ago, lias been found. Ho was lost In
the donso forest and perished, with
his brothor, who was found shortly
after their disappearance. I
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.flbioIufcPuriry, Firesf flavor,
THE STATE SALOON
J. E. Rusaell & Co., Props.
Its Rich and Delicious
Ju,CyUr C0M St0rnBe m0atS ar nlwny8 rIeht; alwys tender, always
Try our mild cured Hams. They are free from that strong tasto.
The Schwarz & Greulich Meat Co.
607 MAIN STREET.
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