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DAILY EAST OKEGOXIAN, PE.YDLKTOX, OREGON", SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911.
For The Week
1 000 pairs pumps and oxfords in
patent, gun metal, Suede and kid.
Black and tan. Notice the following
prices then act at once.
All $3.50 Oxfords and Pumps $2.90
All $4.00 Oxfords and Pumps $3.15
All $1.50 Oxfords and Pumps $3.45
All $5.00 Oxfords and Pumps $3.65
300 pairs last season's Oxfords in black and tan, button
and lace, patent and kid. Kegular price $3.50 and $4.00
to close out at $1.50
Don't Overlook Our $ I Shoe Counter
F. E. LlVENGOOD&CO;
July Ladies Home Journal Patterns Ready.
! LOCALS I
See Lane Bon for sign.
Pastime picture pleaae all.
Dutch Henry for coal. Main 171.
Wall paper, paints, etc. Lane ft Son.
Front office for rent In Judd build
ing. F. E. Judd.
Lost Pair of black kid gloves. Re
turn to this office.
Wanted Plain sewing. Apply 108
South Lllleth street.
Phone Platsoeder for fresh meat
and lard. Main 44S.
Wanted One or two furnished
rooms. Address ".D" this office.
Everybody goes to the Orpheum to
see the best and the clearest pictures.
Sewing Shirtwaists and children's
clothes a specialty. Inquire 212 E.
Dressed chickens Friday and Bat
urday at the Cash Market, phone
Wanted Job by Japanese boy or
two. Any kind of work. Calt at 21S
E. Alta stret.
Buy your chickens for Sunday's
dinner at the Central Meat Market
Phone Main St.
Call ud Main 75 for McConnell's
express. All kinds of hauling care'
fully and promptly done.
Everything tnat's good to eat. In
meats and groceries at the Cash
Market, phone Main 101.
For Rent Three furnished ,ouse
keeplng rooms, electric lights and gas.
No children. 701 Thompson.
Special rates lo horse ooarded by
the week or month at the Commercial
Barn, 20 Aura street. Phone Main 13.
Employment office, baggage check
ed, headquarters for newspapers.
Geo. R. Dimott cigar store, 521 Main
The East Oregonlan is Eastern Ore
gon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate it and show
It by their liberal patronage.
If you want to more, call Penland
Bros., Transfer, phone 3391. Large
dray moves you quick. Trash hauled
once a week. 647 Main street.
Meat! Meat! Meat! If It's on the
market. It's here. Farmers' Meat
Co., Conrad Platzoeder, manager,
224 E. Court street, phone Main 445.
You can't burn slate and gravel!
Don't try it. Phone Dutch Henry,
Main li'S, for clean screened Rock
Springs coal either lump or nut. It
burns clean and goes further.
Passengers to Portland can save
tnnney and nt the same time have an
enjoyable river ride by taking boat
from The Dalles. Sir. Bailey Gatr.ert
loaves dally, except Friday and Sun
day at 3:30 p. m., arrives In Port
land 9:30. Fare $1.00.
Link Swaggart has for sale eight
head work mules from three to six
years old and ready to work. Ad
dress. Athena, Oregon, or Phone F.
"Let George Do It."
When you want an express wagon
quick, phone to Geo. Stangler at
Grltman Bros., Main 611. All kinds
of light and heavy hauling.
Ironers and mangle girls.
Customers for about five hundred
cords of slab wood, the best ever
shipped to Pendleton.
OREGON LUMBER YARD.
H. r; Council Is a business visitor
In Die city today.
Kdgar W. Smith Is In from his Van-
sycle ranch today.
I'en F. Brown is down from his
home at Duncan today.
Mrs. F. M. Faude of Hermiston was
a visitor in the city last evening.
111ms Opal Bryant was among the
Adams people In the city laHt evening.
li, Mathews and J. F. Colin aro am
ong tho La Grande residents in tne
A. T.'and M. A. Sturdivant of Pilot
Rock, came In from Pilot Rock yes
terday. Mrs. G. W. Knight came In this
morning from Helix on the Northern
Miss Grace Glllman left during the
week for San Francisco for a vlaii
Attorney Homer Ish Watts came In
on the local this morning from his
home at Athena.
E. P. Marshall returned this morn
ing from Portland where he had. been
on a brief business visit.
Mrs. C. E. Dupuls of Adams came
In from that town last evening and
spent the night In the city.
E. Sumner of Nyssa came In from
the Malheur county Irrigation town
yesterday and remained over night.
Mayor H. R. Newport of Hermiston
came up from the project town yes
terday and spent the night here.
The Fletcher 'boys, Wesley and
Bob, Jr., spent yesterday in Stanfleld,
the guest of the Buckholz boys.
Will Moore, local manager of the
Pacific Coast Elevator company, re
turned this morning from Portland.
Fred W. Lampkln, manager of the
East Oregonlan, returned from a
short business trln to Portland this
Mrs. Mary Johnson of this city was
honored at the recent meeting of the
Eastern Star In Portland by being el
ected as grand treasurer.
Charles W. Meighan left on No. 17
this afternoon for Portland where he
will spend Sunday with his mother
who Is visiting In that city. .
M. B. Gwlnn, former president of
the American National Bank, passed
through on the early train this morn
lng enroute to his home in Idaho
Identity she had probably later ascer-
tained, she lmmedltely remembered
Harper as refusing to tell her who the
woman was and being struck with
a sudden Impulse to kill, committed ,
the double tragedy, J
Mrs. Harper stated further that her :
husband's dying statement that he ,
had not left the house for months
was true; that she had even asked him
to attend lodge and that he was gen
erally too tired and stayed at home;
and that he had not left the house
for many weeks; all of which dis
proved the likelihood of his having
associate.; with the Kyle woman. Ph
also said that he would believe his
dying statement against any evidence
In the way of letters written by an In
sane woman that could be found.
She also stated that she had talk
ed with Undertaker Hale of Milton
and he had denied the stories rela
tive to the letters found on the per
son of Mrs. Kyle.
She wished to thank their many
friends on behalf of her husband's
brother and sister and father and
mother, for their beautiful floral gifts
and sympathy extended In their be
reavement and expressed the earnest
wish that the publicity should now
be dropped, as it did no good and she
knew her husband to be true and
the crime the result of the decision
of an insane woman.
Three thousand acres on the head
of Birch creek, Umatilla county. For
Information, phone or write C. S. Van
Oupn of La Grande. Phone Black
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias, As
toria, Ore., June 20-21, 111.
Save money by reading today's ads.
For the above occasion, the O.-W.
R. & X. Co. will sell low round trip
tickets from all points Including
branches at Special Low Round Trip
Tickets will be sold June 18 and 19,
good for return until June 24th. The
splendid Excursion Steamer "T. J.
Potter" has been chartered for this
occasion, and will leave Portland
from Ash street dock at 11:00 p. m.,
Juno 19th, returning from Astoria
midnight June 21st.
Delegates are urgently requested
to make reservations for sleeping ac
commodations either through local
Agents or C. W. Stinger, City Ticket
Agent. 3rd and Washington Streets,
For detailed fare from any station,
call on any O.-W. R. & N. agent.
MORAN STIIXi LIVES;
ITALIAN'S GIVEN SENTENCES
(Continued from page one.)
GOSSIP OF GOTHAM
Real Savings in Desirable
12 l-2c Figured Batistes and Lawns
1 5c Dimities, Lawns and Batistes for
yard . . . . 1 1 C
18c Figured Flaxon for . 14c
25c Lawns and Organdies for 1 8c
35c Organdies, Lawns, Etc. 24c
50c Novelty Wash Fabrics . 37c
New York, June 17. Poor "dad."
Nobody loves him. On the Saturday
preceding "Mothers' Day," the flor
ists of New Tork were unable to
supply the demand for . carnations.
that flower having been chosen as
the official emblem of respect for our
maternal ancestors. But tomorrow Is
"Fathers' Day," when all who desire
to honor "dad" will wear a rose a
rl rnu fny tho living nnrt a u-hlta Chariot races.
fr.r t, r,n, h h,.- rrnaVe And 2. The Manicure Lady.
Wohlenberg Dep't. Store
BETTER GOODS FOR. LESS MOXEV.
greatest reproduction of the world fa
mous and awe-inspiring Roman
are the florists being rushed to death Proving -.hat faint heart ne'er won fair
iaay. ine uaruei vao -
today to hand out roses tothe eager
multitudes? Answer: They are not!
Believe muh, they are not!
A family tradition that has pcrsst
ed through seven generations was
shattered when Dumont Clarke, son
of the late Dumont Clarke, president
of the American Exchange National
bank, forsook finance for religion.
Toung Clarke was recently ordained
a minister of the Presbyterian church,
leaving his brother, Lewis, to con
duct the affairs of the big financial
institution which is a monument to
the financial sagacity of seven gen
erations of Dumont Clarkes. Now the
fatuated with the pretty manicure
lady of the tonsorlal parlor, and when
she cast eyes at the customers he was
furiously Jealous. It shows how he
gets the best of his rivals, and wins
the lady. A good comedy. Don't miss
3. In Blossom Time. Kalem. This
U a very pretty romance and has
scenes that are truly poetical. The
picture is clear and the story worth
4. Her Humble Ministry. Lubln.
The touching story of a wayward
man's reform for love of a girl. This
.Is one of the most wisely conducted
"The Seminole's Sacrifice," Selig. A
picture that will arouse the emotions
and cause unusual interest
"The Fastert Motor Boat In the
World." A glimpse of the speediest
WEXA1IA SPRINGS Al'TO STAGE
Leaves Hotel St. George 9 a. m. and
9 p. in. every day. Leaves Springs 7
a m., 7 p. m. everyday. Fare $4.00
1-1 rot Methodist ChinvJi.
First Methodist Episcopal church,
corner Webb and Johnson streets, N.
Evans, pastor. Preaching, 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Sunday school, 10 a. m.
Kpworth League, 7 p. m.
DIA7, IS BROKEN
AND CRUSHED BY EXILE
Vlgn, .'pain, June 17. Passengers
on the steamship Tplranga say Diaz
is a broken old man crushed by his
exile. "My day is done, my sun is set.
H am an old man betrayed by those I
trusted most. Th result of Madero's
recline will be chnos. My Mexico Is
In hands of mountebanks. I will never
return" lie said.
Work has been started on tho wa
ter system at W'llamina. The start
will be miido nt the springs where the
intake Is to be built.
For Ice Cream Sodns Thai J
CHOCOLATE ICE CREAM :
"The best made." I
We nro Sole Manufacturers
and Distributors of the
Ice Cream Sundae
One of our most popular
Fresh Strawberries Horvcd.
with ice cream.
Once a patron, always n pat
, 1 ron, at
appears to have hovered on the out
skirts of the fight, drew his pocket
knife and plunged the long dirk blade
Into the breast of the foreman. Mo
ran walked to the sidewalk, crying
"I'm stabbed" and his assailant dart
ed around the corner or the Bowman
hotel and made oft down Railroad
street, after throwing his knife away
A number of men started In pursuit
among them Tom Mylin, Jim Carroll
Lee Davis, Hal Corby and Officer
Stanslierry. Mylin took the lead and
gained steadily on the fleeing man
who turned on Garden street Just
as he reached Webb. Mylin bore down
upon him, seized him by the neck
and threw him to the ground, where
he held him until Stansberry and
Sheriff Taylor arrived.
He was taken to the city jail and
for the next half hour was Joined
by drayloads of his countrymen pick
ed up on suspicion. Eye witnesses to
the stabbing were taken over and
identified him beyond a question. The
knife with which he did the stabbing
was found by Mylin where the man
had thrown it and the blade was still
covered with blood.
Mown Taken to Hospital.
Moran was hurriedly placed In a
cab and rushed to St. Anthony's hos
pital where Dr. R. E. Ringo and Dr.
C. J. Smith attended to his wound. It
Is in a dangerous locality, the knife
huving pierced the breast bone and
penetrated into the liver. The knife
was dirty and the great danger Is
from bloodpolsoning. Reports gained
circulation during the evening that
Moran had died but all information
secured at the hospital was to the
effect that he was resting easily and
had a chance to recover.
Mob Jawy TlircnrcncU.
Frenzied by the stabbing of his
father, Elmer Moran, after 'scaping
from the melee with the whole front
of his shirt torn open, started down
the street in search of a gun. He
applied to Jim Cooper. adow & Pe
terson Taylor Hardware company
and ether hardware stores, but in hla
excited condition his request for a
weapon was refused. lie then at
tempted to organize a mob in front
of Bond Bros., store for the purpose
of raiding the armory, securing the
guns of the militiamen and running
ail foreigners out of the city. Several
joined him but cooler heads restrain
ed the wild enterprise.
Feeling against foreigners was high,
however, and there were several in
stance of nssauits on the streets later
without provocation so that tin1 olfi
ecrs had to take the Italians to Jail
for protection. At about 9:3(1 last
night, some one started a rush for
the cltv Jail but tlie officers were on
explanation is forthcoming, as it has fl,mg wlth a reijgous motif that has
been learned that the Rev. Dumont ever been proaUced.
Clarke forsook the ancient calling of 5 Tha jjttle Drudge, Essanay. A
his family that he might win and wed domestic story representing the ill
Miss Annie McClure, daughter of the temper of a sister-in-law and her
Rev. J. G. K. McClure of Chicago. aDUse 0f an unfortunate motherless
Miss McClure wanted a minister for giri But eventually her perfidlty Is
a husband, and the young man, after dissolved and the little girl Is restored
a long struggle against Clarke prece- to ner place In her brother's affec-
dent, assented to her wish. The wed- tions.
ding will take place In Chicago next
T THE OREGON ! lne "use or quality, a gooa pro-
TOMnnnow vinilT Kram ror bunaay s cnange..
"Sunshine and Shadow," Vitagraph
For nearly a quarter of a century
Denman Thompson's "The Old
Homestead" has been seen In the va
rious cities throughout the country
and the desire to witness it does not
seem to show any "abatement.
may well be called a problem play, the
Co. Here is a story of a little white
girl called Sunshine and a little black
girl called Shawod, In which the dlf
ference of station between the two are
Indelibly Impressed upon the little
jti black girl's mind. The scene where
the.Httle black one gets unaer ine
sofa while the party is in progress
Another fine program for Friday
"The Cossack Duke." Gt. North
ern. A dramatic story of the Russian
army. A lieutenant loves the young
wife of a general, who becoming sus
picious of them, forbids the lieuten
ant the house. A duchess becomes
the medium for the exchange of
notes between the two. The duke
finds one of the notes and thinks .his
wife Is false, so he accuses the lieu
tenant of conspiring against the czar.
The duke finds out his mistake Just
in time to prevent the execution of
the lieutenant. Beautifully coiored
and tinted and superbly acted. ,
"The Opium Smuggler." Ameri
can. This is a story of the Pacific
coast, which is very interesting, as It
shows some beautiful ocean view3. It
is a story of a girl and her accepted
lover, to whom her father objects, as
he wishes her to marry an opium
smuggler. The father Is saved from
death in the sea during a storm by
the girl's lover, and the smuggler's
treachery is discovered. Filled wltt
remorse and gratitude, the father
gives his daughter to the one she
"A Red Man's Gratitude." Bison.
An Indian is robbed and wounded by
three desperadoes and is given kind
treatment at a pioneer's cabin. The
bandits capture the pioneer's daugh
ter and the Indian and pioneer pur-
the really phenomenal success which . " ru L. 6 " , , 1
it has enjoyed through all the theat
rical seasons that have intervened
since Mr. Thompson first presented
it to the public at the .Boston" the
ater in the spring of 1886. In speak
ing of the success of his play, the
late Mr. Thompson said he had never
doubted what the ultimate result
would be is only he could succeed In
convincing the theater-going public
mat ne was presenung on me mime . , accomnaned
state real live peopie ami nui me
venerable pictures which our fath
ers new in the days of John Owen's
"Solon Shingle" with his "bar'l of
apple sass." And when people began
to realize after awhile that way back
In boyhood days they had known
characters like Uncle Josh. Cy Prime.
Seth Perkins, Aunt Matilda and the
rest, they were not slow to come to
the conclusion that t last the real
her is a fine bit of dramatic work. ana the Indian fights a duel with
Paul and Francesco," American , them, killing them one by one.
Pathe. The romance of these famous
lovers, has been made the subject of
many poetical dramas. The beautiful
story is known the world over for
the charm of its sad heroine. Paul
falls deeply In love with Francesco, to
whom he has been sent by his bro
ther, Lancletto, to propose for him.
After her acceptance of the proposal
by Paul to her
future husband, and during the voyage
their friendship ripens into an all ab
sorbing passion. On the trip there Is
a court fool who has a grudge against
his master, and in order to be reveng
ed upon Lancletto tells him of the
love between Francesco and Paul.
"A Story in Toyland," Kalem. The
story of two men and a girl. Here is
an interesting film. All the figures
in this picture with the exception of
Engaged in Spite of Themselves."
Eclair. Two young people were an
gry because their parents wanted
them to marry and they arrange a
plot to fool the old folkes. But after
success has crowned their efforts,
they find they are in love with one
another and must undo their work of
deceit. A cood comedy, finely colored.
Yankee farmer had been transplanted tle opening and closing scenes are
from the New England farm to the
stage. "The Old Homestead" became
a success from the start, and the rea
son it is so successful in . this its
twenty-fifth eason is due to a great
extent to the fact that the same at
tention is paid o detail as a tho be
ginn ng. Which conies o the Ore
gon Theater Sunday. June IS.
real toys. To brln them to life re
quires 123.000 movements and IS, 000
distinct and separate exposures of the
camera and nearly three months time
of a photographer devoting himself
exclusively to this work.
Hear Rate Cases.
Dallas, Tex., June 17. Hearings on
several important rate cases were
held here today before a special ex
aminer of the interstate commerce
commission. Ather hear.ngs are
scheduled for next week at Galveston
and San Antonio. The cases sched
uled today were as follows:
Piano Milling Company vs. St. Louts
Southwestern Railway and others;
Hill & Webb vs. Texas & Pacific and
other roads, and Browne Grain com
pany vs. Morgan's Louisiana & Tex
as road and Southern Pacific Steam
AIM PICTURE SHOWS
Pendleton's favoiiato picture the
atre. Hig special release for Sunday
1. Tournament of Roses, Made in
Pasadena. Oil Selig. Special. A
eoneertration nnd mingling of the
beauties of nature, moulded into en
trancing and captivating models of
art. The city Flowers twins en-fete
to the Queen of the Kingdom of Kos
es. and makes possible a picture of
mi-., nil, I exniiislio iie.unv n mi""'
Patent Draper Clamp
XO yiOUV. SPLIT DUAVKU STICKS. Akers' Patent
Clamp is made of stirl expressly for the pyrpose. They
hold the slick firmly as if in a vise, without the use of
Nothing but the very lust of material us.d in the
hand to prevent any demonstration, j p10 Ommicler in roses, crystal slip- y
li-.-. i ,'dy w, is carried through the i p,,r i.i.todcal pon.'ola and mieen of jj-j
fact ,;i moling was on at the city hall'tbe carnival. terminating in the P
and rliis caused a report to spread I flcl
that t!:e trial of the Italians was on.
TOT LET CREAM
COLD CHE AM
MT. TTOOI) CHE AM.
Tftllmaii & Co.
Lcrtdins Pructrists East
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(.Continued from page one.)
Mrs. Harper believes that her hus
luuid was .casually acquainted with
the woman, who had become unbal
anced as a result of the trouble with
her husband, and who had resolved
in an insane mood to kill the woman
who had been seen with her husband
on Harper's ear. Upon reaching tha
cur. which she was probably taking
to reach lhc unknown, woman whose
Get There Quick
Phone Red 3981 for tho
Xot an experiment, hut a perfeeteil deviee that lias hcen
. use for wars ami lias riviu absolute satisfaction.
part of the city,
for out of town
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fares to any J fj
Special intes s ti
IIS DRAPKK CLAMP
to Oiiok u;
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M-.ST SliRVlClVlV TOWN.
Stand at (114 Main St.
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