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DAILY EAST OftEGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY fl, 1904.
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he Shirt Wafets
All una wcoic we wm give away
absolutely free, a shirt waist with
every skirt sold.
With every $4.00 skirt a 7Eo waist
With every f 5.00 skirt a $1.00 waist
With every $ COO skirt a $1.25 waist
With every $C.D0 skirt a $1.50 waist
With every $7.00 skirt a $1.75 waist
With every $8.00 aklrt a $2.00 waist
With every $10.00 skirt a $2.25
With every $12.00 skirt a $2.50
Don't fall to visit our shoe depart
ment. We are closing out several
lines In slippers and Oxfords, just
the thing for hot weather.
Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
city! E' Prter- 0f Mendmm, Is n the
of Pilot Bock,
on uusmess today
John P, MeMnniia
luriers at Grati's.
Ur. Oet Sunny.
IUu it the Boston.
I toilers at kunKeis.
Lj coal see McAdam.
Mt daily, at Martin's.
u3 disk harrows at Kunkol's.
ktH lor Are extinguishers.
, wd Hanan shoes. The
fuiina hats for $4.75. Lee
httli la the city served at
i tlsllng to raise mules
u.tj to Big Ben.
o sale at Mrs. Campbell's.
t nt of all pattern hats.
.bils carbonated drinks,
t ud pure. 'Phone 951.
i ret satisfaction at How-
aerly Rees' cigar store.
lata, coofectlonery and ci-
kHitlon's, 304 Court street.
i ntons. rubber tired bug-
crises and hacks at Kunkol's.
I1.K. Sawtell, Vlavi manager
arli county, C20 Cosble street.
kat Upstairs of now building
It Cottonwood and Webb. It.
Ik two and a halt months. In
t this office.
namea furnished room
; wanted permanently, by
tan. inquire at this office.
e wishing eight or 10 teams
ug caa obtain them by ni
IB tie Newport Construction
onrdlnnerware not full sets
price with cash purchase of
jua glassware and lamp,
pt lamp free. See window
K, C Konrman.
Iwoar resort at Long Beach
ISwtoa. Pendleton npnnln nil
l . 1 '
uiani terms or tho Nhw.
Iktei reasonable; accommoda
St. J. O. W ckbam. nrn
Ff, not Quantity.
e the best assortment
catJ ln this section of
lUte. We Roll ro1ll,l
N from $2.00 un. v
lT-. 15, 17, 21. 23, 24 jew-
.' In the dltforent
nickel, sterling allvor,
'Wed and 14k solid gold
1 furantea nil
' wj prove fa.iUv f,m
u!llP. we will fniiv ia
" Mala Street.
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Get Sunny. TJ. C. Rader.
Cash registers at Withee's,
Tho Delta Ice cream Is delicious,
Closing out dry goods. The Bos.
I $10.00 Panama hats, to close. Sfi.7r,
Fresh crawfish from the Quelle, at
Chicken dinner and Ice cream Sun
days at uratz's.
Good Japanese cook wants situation
in city or country. Fuji, Box 34.
Fine old claret, 75 cents per gallon
The Exchange, 201 Court street.
fine line ladles hand mirrors,
uruHiit-B, comus anu nauy sets. Nolf's
me si. ueorge restaurant. ODen
any anu nigut. Mrs. Cooper, propri
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed nt Joerger's, 126 West Court
Summer underwear, linen dusters.
neitB nnu straw Hats at Baer &
Three dozen Panama Hats just re
ceived. Will be closed at reduced
prices. Lee Toutsch.
If we had the nerve of Borne book
agents we have met, we'd be rldlug In
our own private yacht.
Jewels vnlued at $50,000 have been
stolen from the wife of Bishop Henry
C. Potter in New York.
By a defect in the Alabama law, It
Is found that drunkenness Is no bar
to holding ofllce in that state.
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
Tho Denver & Rio Grande, in con
nection with the Missouri Pacific, will
rnu a series of personally conducted
excurslonc to the World's fair during
June. These excursions will run
through to St. Louis without change
of cars, making short stops nt princi
pal points en route. The first of these
excursions will leave Portland June
7th, and the second June 17th. The
rate from Pendleton will be $00.00 to
St. Louis and return. Excursionists
going via the Denver & Rio Grnndo
have the privilege of returnlne via a
different route. This Is the most
pleasant way, as well as the most de
lightful one, to cross the continent.
The stops arranged give an opportu
nity of visiting the various points of
Interests in and about Salt Lake City,
Denver and Kansas City. If you wish
to accompany one of these excursions
write at once to W. C. McBrlde, 124
Third street, Portland, for sleeping
is a visitor today.
Dr. M. K. Hall, or f. nM,i i.
guest of Hotel St. Georce
Athnnn I,r,omlent farmer of
Athena, Is in the city on busing-
J. M. Berry, n nrnmlnan i .
nnrl lltli ... J iiit.ii.iimu
ito; today. " UramI' is a v,s
Mrs. F, A. Pari.lnM- tt..i.. .
" v. viivi nii-u uii iir r a 1 1. n ... i
pltal, Monday morning.
H. K. Robinsnn loft ,! i
fn 1,1. 1 ""a "iUlUK
. ...o ,,uu ,. al jieacnam after
oral days' visit In the city.
i. uonpvan, o. u. & N. lineman, o
i" inn cuy toaay on a
urn ui iiiaiiucuon ot the lines.
J. L. Jackson and wife, of Dayton
Wash., aro guests of Hotel Bickers to
" au iu tuy on uusmess
i.us. morgan Sobrnck underwent
an operation at St. Anthony's today,
. . u. oi.mu auving eliarge of the
Mrs. r. iiendryx, wife of tho for
county treasurer, now a resident
ui i-umami, is spending a few days
In Pendleton ns the guest of Colonel
mm mrs. J. 11, Haley.
Mrs. I. E. Chenault. nf T.n nmn,i
was brought to St. Anthony's hospital
for nn operation yesterday. Dr. A. L.
Richardson accompanied her and per-
lumiuu me operation,
Mrs. R. H. Coston reached the city
vdici iiu Hum opoKaue as a summer
visitor, sue will spend about two
wocks nere with her parents, the Rev
M. V. and Mrs. Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Nunn, ot Grand
iorKB, in. u., are guests of Mr", and
Mrs. Lee Held, with whom they will
remain a week before returnlrg to
their home. Mrs. Nunn Is Mr. Held's
P. Y. Brinlon, formerly In the news
paper business in St. Joseph, Mo., nnd
inter ot uouurn, UKIa., is ln the city
today looking over the business nros-
pects, with a view to locating some
where In the Northwest.
Currey Brothers, George nnd Fred.
editors of tho La Grande Evenlnc
Observer, were ln the city last even
ing between trains. La Grande has
taken n forward leap, as It were.
since winning the county seat, they
E. W. Davis, register of the La
Grande land ofllce, Is in the city to
day. Mr, Davis holdB nn enviable
record In the land ofllce service, his
decision having been Indorsed by the
department in 20 out of 21 contest
cases tried by him.
W. E. Paddock, a prominent real
estate dealer of La Grande, Is In the
city today, on business. He says
Union will not be Injured greatly by
the removal of the county seat to La
Grande, as capital will now be Invest
ed which would not invest under the
uncertain conditions prevailing before
HARMON OF OHIO IN THE LEAD
FOR THE VICE PRESIDENCY.
Summer Wash Goods
LINEN ETAMINES, REGULAR PRICE 25c PER YARD, NOW
GOOD ASSORTMENT OF COLORS.
35c QUALITY NOW 22c YARD.
NOW 23c YARD.
BLUES, GREYS AND TANS, 40c QUALITY
MANY ODD PIECES PERCALES, DIMITIES, ORQANDIE8, PIQUES,
SILK MUSLINS, DOTTED SWISSES, WHITE SHIRT WAIST NOVEL.
TIES, ALL AT ONE-HALF PRICE.
WRECKING SALE PRICES ON
(EXCEPT CONTRACT GOODS.)
EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE
The Peoples Warehouse
Where It Pays To Trade
vote, but ho refrained from making
"I shall say nothing whatever on
the subject until formally notified of
the nomination," said tho judge at his
homo. The nomlneo cordially greeted
number of newspaper men.
Judge Parker retired last night at
10, and did not show himself until
this morning, when ho went to the
river for his usual swim.
Has Judge Wall's Support.
Milwaukee, July 9. E. C. Wall this
morning telegraphed his congratula
tions to Parker, promising him his
A STRONG TRIO.
(Continued from page 1.)
'As the end of the roll call approached
I Baw Parker was near enough to
nomination to win on the first ballot.
then I left the hall to get needed
rest. I hnd not slept for fifty hours."
World's Fair Rates.
The O. R. & N. Company announces
the following low rntes:
Prom Pendleton to St. Louis and
From Pendleton to Chicago and re
To Chicago, returning through St
Louis (no coupon between Chicago
and St. Louis) or vice versa, $02.50.
To Chicago, returning via St. Louis
or vice versa, $00.25.
Tickets on sale June 7, 1C, 17,
18, July 1, 2, 3, August 8, 9, 10, Sep'
tember 5, C, 7, October 3, A, 5.
Tickets good going within 10 days
from date of sale; final return limit
90 days from date of sale.
Stopovers allowed In either dlre&
tlon within the transit limit. For
further Information call on or ad'
dress E. C. SMITH, Agent.
For Umatilla county: good comrals
slon; quick selling article. See R. S
Johnson, Hotel Bickers.
Ic Cream can again be obtained at the old fa
ROEPPERJC The Popular Price1
1 DRUG STORE
H A. C. KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
St. Louis, July 9. Shortly before
noon leading delegates representing
New York. Pennsylvania, Ohio, 1111
nois, Indiana and Missouri went into
consultation on the vice presidential
nomination In Shehan's room at the
New York brought out Gray, of
Delaware. Tillman, who later Joined
the conference, urged the nomination
of Daniel of Virginia, stating, "it's
time the South was recognized."
The tip Is strong that Harmon, of
Ohio, will be given the' nomination.
Nearly all the delegates In the hall
claim his nomination Is certain.
Will Be Harmon, of Ohio.
St. Louis, July 9. The conference
on vice nresldent broke up at 2:20
without announcing a definite con
elusion. Statements wero made, how'
over, that Judson Harmon, of Ohio,
Is practically the unanimous choice of
Dubois, of Idaho, Is sarcastic In
treating the matter, slating that
availability for the second place
seemed to depend on whether the
candidate supported Bryan. If he
did, said Dubois, he (Harmon) Is not
It Is said New York has definitely
declared for Harmon. Conferences
are proceeding all through the hall,
and there Is a rumor the silver men
will trv to compel an adjournment
until 8 In order to allow an opportu
nity to rally forces. The heat In the
hall Is fierce, and enthusiasm is at a
Adjourned Till Evening.
At 3:20 the convention recessed till
Hearst In Line.-
Before taking the recess Delegate
Lawrence, representing Hearst, read
a telegram from tlie lauer saying ue
would support Parker and the plat
Conference In Progress,
At 3 Hill, Murphy, Daulel, McCar-
ren, Shehan, Campau and Tillman
are still ln conference. "Nothing has
been decided," said Hill.
Parker Is a Cheerful Swimmer.
Eaopus, N. Y., July 9. "Is that so?"
choorlly romarked Judge Parker at 7
this morning, omorglng Irom his Hud
son river plunge, as the Information
of lils nomination was given. The
nomlnoo's curiosity went to the ex
tent of asking for dotalls ot the final
The Howards Were Highly Appreci
ated In Pendleton.
From the standpoint of local thea
tergoers next Monday will be a blue
day In the Pendleton calendar. It
III witness the departure of the
three Howards Frank, Sam and Ma
ble the most accomplished and ver
satile trio of theatrical constellations
heddlng their light on the local
boards In many moons.
During their brief sojourn In this
city the Howards have peculiarly en
deared themselves to their audien
ces. They know their limitations,
which are not narrow, and do not
poach on forbidden ground. Happy
and original ln their Interpretation of
farce and comedy roles, withal clean
and wholesome ln every line, their
productions appeal irresistibly to
one's sense of the ludicrous. The
risque Is not Included In their reper
Of Mable Howard, It should be add
ed that she has an excellent soprano
voice, sweet, of rich timbre and well
cultivated. As a Tyrolean yodler she
appears to special advantage. Taken
as a whole, It may bo said of the
trio that not for them were, written the
lines, "We Don't Care if You Nebber
Because our prices nro cut just as low as It is possible and do!
business. You get the benefit of consorvntlvo buying and our small'
margin of profit. Wo havo special snles every day. Our goods are
marked In plain figures and will compare with any houso of our kind.
Come In. Lot us couvlnco you.
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New Store.
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
Reported Fatal Accident.
it wns reported by passengers
reaenmg nere on the train from Port
land this morning that an unknown
man was struck by a train last
night near Arlington and Instantly
killed. His badly mangled body was
found this mornlnir and taken to
Arlington by the crew of the train
from Portland. The man Is supposed
to havo been a (ramp who was killed
HOUNDED TO DEATH.
Mlneownen of Colorado Drive Man
Denver, July 9. W. H. Morean. aB-
sayer and president and general man
ager Of the Grouse Mountain rinlil
Mining Company, was found dead to-
uay in a lodging house in this city.
He had committed suicide on July 4
oy taking poison and then shooting
himself. He was one of the first par
ties deported from Cripple Creek. Let-
mis leu oy mm show he had been
threatened and driven to desperation.
One letter, apparently from the dead
man's wife, is as follows:
"Dear Will: I saw General Bell to
night to let me Ket BOmo Ernrerlen
and he said he hoped Denver would
soon be put under martial law so he
could search for you. He said he
would fix It so no union man could
vote at next election. Hb iniiro,i
awful to me.
"NOW, dear Will, nlennn lnv In
hiding and do not let this horrid man
get a hold of you for they will never
let you get away. I hone fn finri thin
terrible thing will soon be settled in
some way, so you can return to your
home again. I do not see why Inno
cent men should be made to suffer.
You say you are dlscouracod. Brncn
up and write soon to
For Umatilla COun ernnd pnmmla.
slon; quick selllnc Artli-ln. Son ii a
Johnson, Hotel Bickers.
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING QOOD8 AND FIRST
CLA88 WORKMEN; AL80 MAKE SEWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATE8 FURNI8HED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED.
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 MAIN 8T.
of cleanliness and neatnoss In on
each Individual ploce of linen or other
wash goods entrusted to our careful
hands to undergo tho procosa known
ns laundorlng. First, wo waBh clean;
second, we starch rightly and only
whore starch Is needed; third, our
Ironing Is really socond to none la
"hold-to-tho-lost" finish, Tersoly told,
this is a comploto first-class laundry.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
la made from the choicest wheat that growi. flood bread is
assured when Dyers' Best Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
' W. 8. BYER8, Prop.
Its Rich and Delicious
Our cold storage meats are always right; always tender, always
Try our mild cured Hams. They are free from that strong taste.
The Schwarz fir Greulich Neat Co.
607 MAIN STREET.