East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 13, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1904.
PAGE FIVE.
CARNIVAL
NOW
m
il Griti'n.
M Sonny.
i at Kunkers.
see jut.uuuj.
.1 iroMn'o
Arrows at Kunkers.
Or ire biusu"..o.
goods sale at
., in raise mules
El; Ben.
11 Jlta, huu,,iuvji a.
111 pUUClU UUIO.
urbonated drluks,
En, ruuuc suit
uuiiacuon ui muw
lees' cigar store.
Mlectionery and cl-
robber tired hue-
i backs at Kunkel's.
tin of new building
1UUU HIIU 1VK1I1I. IL.
I t bait months. In-
permanently, by
! at this ofllce.
eigat or iu teams
a obtain them by an-
Mr
i casn purchase of
fll-.trapa nwl
. at Lone Beach
fMleton neoole all
terms of the New-
1-0. Wlckham, pro'
tt assortment
Ik section of
ell rellabiB
we sea
' t jew-
"to different
Iterlinr iiiiu.
ltV caIIJ i.
a viiivi.
vuu gum
watches.
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'Street.
- fountain.
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Thursday
July 14
On this ilate a representative of the
largest cloak and suit house of New
York .City will have on display a
large lino of advance styles In ladles'
and misses', suits, Jackets, skirts and
ralu coats..
Ladles call ' and look this line over,
you will never see such a large dis
play again.
i ii
ThuMuttjyJ ( July l-lth, "all day.
Teutsch's Dept. Store
Corner Main and Alta Streets
Ice cream, the Delta kind.
Get Sunny. U. C. Rader.
Cash roglsters at Wlthee's.
Got a "top coat." The Boston.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
The Dolta Ice cream Is delicious.
A little love will leaven a long life
Closing out dry goods. The Bos
ton.
Oxford and slipper sale at
Teutsch's.
Fresh crawfish from the Quelle, at
nic; uutuuiuiui
Chicken dinner and Ice cream Sun'
days at Gratz's.
Itoyal Blue $3.50 and $4.00 Bhoes at
Lee Teutsch's. Best on earth.
15c and 25c for two lines bound
hooks, some worth a dollar. Nolf's.
The St. ueorge restaurant, open
Jay and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl
etor. ,
Get your clothes cleaned and
pressed at Joerger's, 12G West Court
3treet.
Summer underwear, linen dusters,
holts nnd straw hats at Baer &
Daley's.
If Truth traveled as fast as a Lie
a lot of gossips would bo put out of
business.
For Kent The room formerly oc
cupled by the Pantheon theater. Ap
ply to Rudolph Martin.
Miss Birdie Hart was found dead In
a packing house at Kochestor, N. Y.,
undoubtedly murdered.
There will be a dance at Armorj
hall every night during carnival week
except Saturday. Gulott's orchestra,
We have rather a poor opinion of
the man who is so afraid of doing
something wrong that he never un
dertakes to do right.
Ilussol Sage says he never took a
vacation. We would prefer to have
all the good times he has missed than
have all of his money and his cares.
BOY WITH STEADY NERVE.
Nine-Year-Old Slept Alone at the
Shooting Range.
Little Ward Manker's bravery may
he admired by his parents, but his
mother does not like his way of dis
playing it. She was kept In a state
of mental uur.est bordering on hys
teria a few nights ago by her 9-year-old
son remaining out all night. When
he turned up the next day it was
learned that he had slept alon.e on
the grounds of the Pendleton Sports
men's Association.
It appears that the youthful scion
of the house of Manlier and a play
mate of about the same age, Wesley
Mlmms, agreed to go out to the shoot'
lng grounds together. Ward went
first and sat do.wn to wait for his
chum. Something caused Wesley to
fall to go. After waiting about an
hour Ward lay down and went to
sleep.
His mother became anxious as to
his whereabouts during the evening
and had relatives and 'friends scour
lng the city for him. ' She was well
nigh frantic and had not slept a wink
when the little fellow made his ap
pearance at 8 o'clock the next morn
lng.
"Why didn't you come home soon-
er?" she askd.
"Wjell," answered the lad, In a mat
ter of fact way. I didn't wake until
about midnight, I guess. I concluded
there was no use .coming In that late
so I just lay down again and slept
through until the finish."
Midsummer
clearance sale at
Teutsch's.
L0G CABTN
fcE CREAM
.t 81. can aaln b obtained at the old ta-
. DRUG STORE
S-KOEPPEN &. BROTHERS
AT ITS- HEIGHT
CROWDS THRONG ThE
GROUNDS UNTIL MIDNIGHT,
High Dive Successfully Made by Man
ucib, dui nis rvionte Crlsto Dive
rdiica ims iviorning and He Was
Almost Drowned will Bravely
rviaKe Anouier Attempt and If Sue
cessful Will Then Give Public Ex.
nibition of the Feat-Candidates
for King of the Carnival Are Popu-
lar ana Numerous Voting Closes
Tomorrow Night.
j j . -
The!cond night of tjif Eagles'
v-uiuirui was a grand success, the
grounds being crowded until mi,ii,
with a jolly, interested crowd ot poo-
jm.u, wiiu fnjujt'ii mo various feat'
ures very much,
An Immense business was done by
all tho attractions, and It is difficult
10 jmige which is the leading attrac
non in point of attendance, although
me monster serpent. Samson, is tho
general iavonte.
The high dive was accomplished by
"Hum roft1" Afor,..l , "
.- .i.uuhcto iwico j ester
day, once at 4 and once at 10 p, ia.
both feats being entirely successful
and thrilling In the extreme.
inis morning lie attemntoil ihn
Aionto uristo aivo lrom his 100-foot
ladder, but failed to cut himself out
or tne sack and landed In the roscr.
voir wlille sewed In and was almost
urowned beloro tho attendant could
rescue mm,
He will attempt the dive again to
morrow morning, and if successful
will then give a public exhibition of
the daring feat, which has been nr.
compllshed by but two other men lu
the world of amusement, so far as
known. This feat consists in sew
ing the diver in a tight sack in which
condition ho Is pushed from the ton
of his ladder 100 feet high, and is
supposed to cut himself free in the
descent and alight In the water,
head first.
It Is a difficult and thrllliim feat
and Is perilous in the extreme. In
attempting It at Tho Dalles, he
alighted outside of the reservoir and
was caught by two attendants who
were there to assist him, should ho
fail to get out of the sack in time,
and both were Injured.
The following candidates aie now
being vot.ed for for king of the car
nival, and as the voting will close at
midnight tomorrow night, friends of
the various candidates are urged to
vote earjy and often. The following
aspire to the honor: Leon Cohen,
,ee Teutsch, T. D. Taylor, J. T. Hin-
iile and Conrad Platzoeder. Any of
these birds'., would wear wings with
grace and the eagles will tuke pleas
ure In putting .the feathers on any
of them that the people may select.
The Dixie Carnival Company car
les about lTO.rpeople, who are all
quartered at the various hotels and
odging houses In tho city, the aver
age living expenses per capita
amounting to S1.25 per day, which
makes a total of about $215 tier day,
being spent for living expenses alone,
to say nothing of other supplies that
are needed by the various attractions.
New Attraction Tonight.
As an additional attraction for this
veiling, Conrad Platzoeder, candidal
or king of tho carnival, has consent1-
to make the high divo and will be
taken to the top of the ladder blind
folded, to save his nerves for the
plunge. For fear that lie will feel re
luctant about making the drop, the
comnilttee In charge... of the carnival
has wisely decided to open a keg of
beer under the lander, just as Mr.
Iatzoed.er reaches the top, and think
practicing this ruse on him, that
there will be no doubt about him tak
ing the leap at the scheduled time.
It has been suggested that all can
didates for king take this dive to test
their fitness for the position of king.
Lee Teutsch will attempt the Monte
Crlsto dive tomorrow and Joe HInkle
has been practicing In the Umatilla
riv.er for two days to get the proper
graceful twist necessary to beat Plat
zoeder's appearance while turning thp
somersault In the air.
SEES DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS.
Dr. 8. F. Allen of Vlcksburg, Missis
sippi, Talks of National Politics.
Dr. B. F. Allen or Portland, a repre
sentative of the Vlcksburg Dally
American, of Vlcksburg, Miss., Is In
che city today, and In speaking of the
prospects of Judge Parker, democrat
ic candidate for president, said;
"The Roosevelt enthusiasm seen In
the West Is found nowhere else In
the United States. The South will
be against him on account of his ne
gro policy. Wall street Is against him
because of his pretended fight on the
money power, and If Judge Parker
can get Wall Street's actual, bona
fide support, he will make Roou.evelt
the race of his life.
"The mention of Roosevelt's name
In the South does not conjure up any
enthusiasm among his republican
supporters. Ho Is looked upon as too
adventurous to Inspire much Interest
among the conservative elements.
"Fate Is all against Roosevelt. In
the entire .oventful history of the
United States, no accidental vice-
president has ever been nominated
or elected to tho presidency before,
and It Mr. Roosevelt succeeds It will
be a reversal of nil tho othlcs of for
mer campaigns.
"While Parker is looked upon In tho
East and South as a resorved, silent
man, yet he Is clean and strong, and
has nover boon defeatod for olllce.
Ho did not seek this nomination, and
tho monled Interest, which absolutoly
control the country, are satisiieu
with his policy, and they aro not sat
isfied with Roosevelt, n looks like a
democratic year."
Boys'
22c
WRECKING
EVERYTHING.
The Peoples Warehouse
Where It Pays To Trade
PERSONAL MENTION
C. C. Morse, of Pilot Rock, Is in
town today.
F. C. Becker, of Elgin, Is In the
city on business today.
H. A. Richardson, of Athena, is a
business visitor today.
A. C. Henderson, of Pilot Rock, Is
a Pendleton visitor today.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stanfleld of
Fosler, are In the city today.
John F. Hill of Helix, Is in Pendle
ton today on business matters.
H. H. McReynolds, proprietor of
the hotel In Pilot Rock, Is In town.
Mrs. It. Stanfleld, of Butter Creek,
is a guest of Hotel Pendleton today,
while in the city.
J. H. O'Neill, the genial traveling
passenger agent of the O. R. & N.,
was a guest of Hotel St. George last
night.
John P. McManus, editor of tho
Pilot Rock Record, has returned
home after a business visit lu the
city.
A. B. Galloway, representative of
the Blake-McFaull Paper Company,
is In the city today from Walla
Walla.
Dr. M. K. Hall is in the city tpday
on a visit to his patients, C. B. Mc
Kennou and Mr. Trlppe of La Grande,
v.'ho are now in St. Anthony's hos
pital. James Langley, the new master
mechanic of the O. R. & N. on Ore
gon lines, was a guest of Hotel St.
George while on a tour of the system
today.
N. Berkeley and wife, of Pendleton,
amv.ed here last Sunday morning
and at once left for the Buffalo group,
on which he has a bond, Sumpter
Reporter.
Miss N.ettle Cannon and tUlss Elsie
Rosenzwelg, two of Athena's popular
and accomplished public school
teachers, are In tho city guests of
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Osborn. La
Grande Observer.
Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Thompson and
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockley are now
planning short outings at Wallowa
lake during the hot weather. Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson will drive
through by way of the Woodard toll
gate.
Henry Iazlnka and family, of Cam
as Prairie, have returned homo after
completing the purchase of the Cap
tain Martin property at the corner of
Johnson and Webb streets. The fam
ily will move Into town about Octo
ber 1, to take advantage of school.
AFTER SHEEP BUTCHERS,
Believed That Three Men Will
Be
Taken In Custody Today,
By tonight the authorities expect
to have In custody 'all the three men
charged with holding up J. Ruball,
a herder for David & Eyraud. on Milk
river, with a revolver and stamnedlne
ww sneep.
Sheriff Taylor went to Milton to
bring In one of the three cattlemen
charged with the crimp, Ho was ar
rested by Deputy Blakley.
Hospital Filled With Patients.
For the first tlmo this year. St. An
thony's hospital Is filled to overflow
ing with patients, uiere being no
rooms vacant and but few bedB va
cant In the wards. Thero are now 25
patients In the hospital and several
have been turned away for lack of
room. Many patients from distant
points havo recently been received.
Including five from Union county and
soveral from Southern Umatilla and
Orant county. Tho hospital Is rapid
ly taking Its ploco among the leadlne
institutions or tne kind in the Norths
M.Aot nn.l tit. .) I i.. J
emcionr, management is attracting
more patronage than It can nandle
at this season of tho year.
Wash Waists
to 39c Each
SOME SOLD AS HIGH AS $1.00
EACH.
LARGE VARIETY OF COLORS,
COMPLETE ASSORTED SIZES.
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO TRY
(AND VMAKE THEM FOR THIS
PRICE.
SALE PRICES ON
WE EXPECT
YOUR TRADE
Because our prlcos aro cut just as low as It Is posslblo and do
business. You got tho benoflt of conservative buying and our small
margin of profit. Wo havo special sales every day. Our goods aro
marked In plain figures and will compare with any houso ot our kind.
Come In. Let us convince you.
Workingmen's Clothing Co.
The New Store.
PLUMBING
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING GOODS AND FIRST.
CLA88 WORKMEN; ALSO MAKE 8EWER CONNECTIONS. ES
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK GUARANTEED,
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread !
assured when Dyers' Dest 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
Juicy,
Try our mild cured Hams. They aro free from that strong taste.
The Schwarz & Greulich Meat Co.
607 MAIN STREET.
0
Corner Main and Webb Sts.
741 MAIN ST.
THE MARK
of cleanliness and noatnoas Is on
each Individual ploco of linen or other
wash goods entrusted to our careful
hands to undorgo tho procosa know
as laundering. First, wo wash clean;
second, wo starch rightly and only
whore starch la needed; third, our
Ironing is really socond to nono la
"hold-to-the-laBt" finish. Tersely told,
this is a complete first-class laundry.
THE DOMESTIC
STEAM LAUNDRY
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