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DAILY EAST OREQOVIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER .
EIGHT H
Good
Baking
Powder
Made from purest, wholesome
materials, according to the
most successful and highly
recommended formula known.
Is a tine success. Guaranteed
as good aa any 40c Baking
Powder or money back.
25c lb.
F:W.iSchmidt,
lilMi
P. o.
Reliable Druggist.
Block. 'Phone Main M.
GENERAL NEWS.
Nearly 60.000 coal miners are on
strike In Illinois and 200 mines are
Idle.
Salvador and Guatemala are on the
verge of war. Boundary disputes and
fiscal troubles are the cause.
An elevator at Buffalo, X. Y col
kpsed and let 350,000 bushels of bar
ley into the canal. Total loss. J375
00.
Bert H. Swan, turnkey of the pent
tentiary at San Quentin, Cal., acci
dentally shot and killed himself with
a rifle.
Kogoro Takuhlra. the Japanese
minister to the United States. Is re
covering from an operation for ap-
penaiciua.
" iiicaKo policeman called on
some Hallowe'en Jokers to stop and
when they ran he shot and killed
William Sears.
Seven electoral tickets will be voted
upon next week. Two others were
nominated National Liberty (ne
gro), and Lincoln (negro), but were
withdrawn.
E. B. Montgomery Is under arrest
at Lawton. Oklahoma, charged with
extensive land frauds in California
ne soia worthless filing rights to
timber lands.
October 31 Rev. H. 8. Hess,
xiunkard minister, fell dead In his
pulpit at Lancaster, Pa. His last
words were, "We know not when the
Angel Gabriel will call."
.New York's "smart set" is making
a- fad of Pomeranian dogs. One dog
com iiu.uvo. Mrs. Stuyvesunt Fish
paid 1100 an ounce for another, and
ine animul cost her J5000.
Dr.. Edwin Post, head of the Latin
department of Depuu University,
Ureencastle, Ind., was supply on Oc
tober Zl In the College Avenue Meth
odist church of that city. He died of
apoplexy during the singing of the
opening hymn.
NORTHWEST NEWS.
' A. H. Smith had a hand bndly man
gled November 1, in a circular saw
at Eugene.
There has not been a political
meeting of any denomination in Clat
sop county this full, and no party has
maintained a headquarters.
The Pacific States Telephone Com
pany Is expanding and absorbing. It
lately took charge of the toll lines
from Grangevllle, Idaho to Whlteblrd
and Harpster.
Charles H. Stockton has resigned
as fire chief of Astoria and will move
to Portland. He has been continual
ly a member of the fire department
of that city for 27 years.
A. D. Barker on November 1 began
his 34th year as baggageman for the
Southern Pacific railway company at
Albany. He has been on duty at the
one Job since November 1, 1871.
Tom Honnecutt, near Independ
ence, Oregon, while putting away a
shotgun on November 1, accidentally
discharged It. The load entered his
body below the heart, killing him in
stantly. Monroe Miller, a well known farm
er near Albany, has1 disappeared after
raising $2500 by mortgage and note.
He leaves a wife and three grown
children. It Is believed he has left
the country voluntarily.
Milton Gable has been taken from
Portland to Wilbur, Wash., to answer
a charge of embezzlement. He Is an
ex-business man and member of the
Washington legislature. He has been
going by the name of M. G. Munn.
CHARLES M. ROBINSON IS
NOW LEASE CLERK.
Hope to See Slwep Trail Opened
Aptokn the Reservation la Time
Sheepmen Have Misunderstood Mo
tives of tlx- finvernment Official
ItiscuMHeo Prohibition and tlie In
illan tanverninent May t'auxe In
dian to Trade on Reservation.
Charles M. Robinson, the newly ap
pointed lease clerk of the Umatilla
agency, expresses himself as ex
ceedingly well pleased with his new
position at the agency.
Considering the difference in re
sponslbillty." suld Mr. Robinson. "I
greatly prefer the position to which
I have been promoted to that of su
perlntendent in charge of the reser.
vatlon.
"Idld not apply for the superlnten
dency here, and was not. therefore, a
candidate for It. Many of my friends
interested themselves In an endeavor
to obtain the position for me, and to
them I feel very grateful Indeed. The
movement, though successful, taught
me what a host of friends I have in
this county, and how loyal and warm
Is their friendship for me. Of this I
shall always be heartily proud.
"A few of the sheep owners, not
understanding my position regarding
crossing this reserve with their flocks.
at one time said a few words that I
wish were unsaid, but as they come
to understand the situation even the
few hasty expressions they let fall
will never be repeated nor find an
echo anywhere.
"Eventually. I am confident, a trail
will be established across the reserva
tion, but there are some Influences at
work to retard this. For Instance,
have Just rceelved a report from up
per Wild Horse, creek, that sheepmen
are now cutting fences on the reser
vation and driving through fields. It
is to such conduct as this that the
sneep agitation on this reserve is
due. and not to any poor effort of
mine or of any other employe in the
Indian service.
Indians and Liquor.
Asked about the prohibition move,
ment Mr. Robinson said: "I am not
really a prohibitionist. I have never
acted with the prohibition party. I
was raised In the old democratic
school, and it was a good school. My
position keeps me out of politics.
however, and for a number of years
I was not even In a position to vote.
But this prohibition question Interests
me very much. Indeed. If It carries,
the saloon men have themselves to
blame. This question chiefly affects
us out here through the sale of liquor
to Indians. Most of the saloons re
frain entirely from his traffic, but
neither they nor the business men
of the town have lent us very material
assistance In prosecuting those who
do connive at the Indian liquor traffic.
'Now. if tfncle Sam. indignant at
the antl-prohlbftlon attitude and see-
ng it emphasized by a strong antl-
prohibition vote; should put this res
ervation back Into darkness; patrol
the borders and prevent the Indians
from going to Pendleton, thus Indi
rectly compelling them to trade ex
clusively with licensed traders who
would undoubtedly erect stores all
over the reserve, the trade of Pen
dleton would suffer about us much. I
apprehend, aa the most sanguine ad
vocate of a wide-open town could
claim would result from a local option
victory. My advice is, don't 'rile'
Uncle Sam."
Mr. Robinson Is a very busy man.
His time is mostly taken up with try
ing heirship cases Involving title to
some of the most valuable lands In
this county. After the bulk of these
are settled, he hopes to resume the
work of making leases.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
. The St. George.
J. C. Brown, Chicago.
W. S. Gill, San Francisco.
J. T. Wolfe, Walla Walla.
W. H. Fletcher, Portland.
G. W. Bush, Portland.
M. E. Heath. Portland.
D. Tweedle, San Francisco.
Thomas B. Shannon. Chicago.
A. G. Taylor. Seattle.
Frank Hoffman. Seattle.
C. E. Wilson, San Francisco.
George A. Davis. Spokane.
Henry Bayne. Adams.
J. E. Cameron, Portland.
C. E. Hobinson, San Francisco.
P. B. Stan field. Echo.
I. I. Wembly, Spokane.
Louis Proebstel, Weston.
Sim J. Cully. Weston.
Wnlter E. Ely. Athena.
H. R. Reynolds. New York.
A. J. Dillon, Seattle.
James A. Howard, Sumpter.
Charles Zlner. San Francisco.
W. D. Hopkinson, Spokane.
Fred G. Iiatrd, Portland.
8. L. Peterson. Seattle.
The Pendleton.
A. M. Sloman, Rochester.
Charles Brem and wife, Denver.
W. II. Glendennlng. Portland.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
O. M. Rlsser, Portland.
F. E. Ramsey, Portland.
W. J. Hughes, Baker City.
Courtney Bros, Spokane.
R. G. Christensen, Spokane.
J. W. Irwin, Tacoma.
J. J. Tannam, Portland.1
R. G. Merill, St. Louis.
H. B. Catton. Portland.
O. S. Youngmun, Portland.
E. B. Coman, Portland.
A. H. Blake, Boston.
G. B. Atkinson. Spokane.
Al Young. Spokane.
O. H. Summers, Walla Walla.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
E. Costello, StaVbuck.
WILL REORGANIZE..
Golcondu Directors Will Meet Ire
tlloton November 8.
James A. Howard, secretary of the
uolconda Mining Company, and
president of the First National Rank
of Sumpter, is In Pendleton today.
Mr. Howard and. the other members
of the board of directors of the Gol-
conda will meet In this city Novum
ber 8 for the purpose of discussing,
with Alexander Prussing his plans for
tne reorganization of the mine. The
property Is Kild to be a good one.
and Prussing has agreed to manage
it and place it once more on a pay
ing busts.
Business is a little quiet in the
Sumpter country Just now," 'said Mr.
Howard, "outside of mining. The
sinelter Is a great help to the town
and causes a good deal of money to
circulate.
DERATING SOCIETY.
1 1 fell School Students Will Organize
Later on.
The high school students have not
yet organise their debuting society.
althuugh It Is intended to give a num
ber at entertainments and debates
this winter. A number of the prin
cipal, speakers and debaters of the
school are among the football play
ers, and. their attention Is now turn
ed toward tha gridiron. The football
seasoni clones thanksgiving day, and
shortly after that tha winter enter
lainnwnt wilti be arranged.
Goldaat Rate- Store.
By mistake ot the factory the Gol
den Rule store has about three times
as many golf gloves as were ordered.
Rather than return them, It has been
decided by a big redaction in price
to close- them out. You ought to see
the 5 (to values they are offering for
25c. andi the 75a values which go for
4 Se
lf you are looking for wheat land
or stock ranches, come and see us.
We have some of the best proposi
tions ever offered for sale In Eastern
Oregon. We have Just listed some
very desirable city property at low
prices.
E. T. WADE A SON,
Office E. O. Building-.
Disastrous Wrecks.
Carelessness is responsible for
many a railway wreck and the same
causes are making human wrecks of
sufferers from throat and lung trou-
mes. nut since the wfvent of Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tlon.coughs and colds, even the worst
cases can be cured, ami hopeless res
Ignntion is no longer necessary. Mrs.
Lois Cragg of Dorchester. Mass., Is
one of many whose life was saved by
Dr. King's New Discovery. This
great remedy is guaranteed for alii
throat and lung diseases by Tallmaro
A Co., druggists. Price 50c and, t.
Trial bottles free.'
BuclanC a La Grande.
The- bodies ot Janes Chesser and
his victim. Fred; Webster, were burled
in Lai Grands- yesterday. Chesser,
who was foreman of a logging camp,
on the Grand1 Ron tie river, killed)
Webster in a quarrel last Saturday
night, and; then shot himself.
rrAUt TELL CHARACTER.
Ssasa- at !
taM to laciest a P
BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE DISIfVtY
M. A. ltader Has One of the Most
Costly Stocks Ever Brought ts Pen-
dletnn.
One of the most beautiful and sub
stantial stocks of furniture ever
brought to Pendleton Is now on exhi
bition at the large store of M. . Ru
der, at the corner of Main and Webb
treeu. where his larg ' shipment
from the east has Just been tastefully
arranged for display.
Asl le from being substantial and of
I he best make from point of durabil
ity, it is also a unique and highly
artistic stock all through Mr. Rader
went east and personally Inspected
every order made by him, and se
lected none of the common lines car
ried by every furniture store, but
mude a specialty of selecting fancy
lines, beautiful and unique pieces and
and sets, and has the only personal
ly aelected stock of furniture In East
trn Oregon.
Doesn't Resiiect Old Age.
It's shameful when youth falls to
show proper respect for old age. but
Just the contrary In the case of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. They cut off
maladies no matter how severe and
Irrespective of old age. Dyspepsia.
Jaundice, fever, constipation all yield
to this perfect pill. 25c at Tallman
A Co.'s drug Mora.
seism that blonde, or
affection and dark
parson wlthouti kalr
m as sawTQia at character; far frost It
Th tsaesltfca of the average said
beaded au Is to show such solicitude
for the welfare ot others, that ha neg
laeta fctnuett, A germ causes baldness.
Prof, aaboaraud, of Paris, Framoe, In
aoeeutated a rabbit with Dandruff germs,
causing It to become totally bald In five
Weeks' time. To rill tha aralr mt IhMi
dangerous germs It la necessary to apply
Newbro's HerplcMe. , a
ueatroy the cause you raasove the,
effect"
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c la
stamps for sample to The HMplclde Co.
Detroit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt Co.. special agents.
Special Bargain Sale
See onr window for special bargains In suits and coats and our bargain table Inside for the foik,,.
Mlwea' skirts, all reduced 10 per cent lor a week.
IjhIIch' skirts, all reduced 10 per cent for week.
1-adles' Jackets, 20 per cent off during the entire week.
Men's suits at low prices and a WATCH FREE.
Boys' long nanu suits below others, and a WATCH FREE.
Hoys' knee pants suits with a CAP OR TIE FREE.
Siieolnl prices on ladles' sweaters and Jtnlt Jackets. -Calico,
8c and 7c kinds, all week at 6c yard.
Apron gingham at c yardi no limit to amount.
Dressing sarques of eiderdown, 10 per cent off.
Every article quoted above la genuine bargain.
I Don't Miss the Chance to Buy at a Saving to You
THE FMIR
Agents for MoCall's Magazine and Patterns.
y i w
1 TO HELP HIS BUSINESS.
Herr Sweetzer "I vonder who lti vas dot Invented dsese gasoline stoves.'
Hr Bumbernickle "Some undertaker vot needed money, I guess."
It's
Aston
ishing
How PENDLETON INDIAN ROBES. SHAWLS
AND COUCH COVERS
ARE BEING TAUKEB OF ALL OVER TUE COUNTRY
TH.s'S ffi A THROUGH
CLUDE AT LEAST ONE ARTICI V tri .,t UtfT IN
IT WILL BE SURE S' AN W S 'aTOrT
THE NAME OF PUNBLKTON BEFORE TWeToRLA
The Home of the Best Blankets on Earth
Have You Seen The SMOKING JACKETS ?
O SPICES, o
C0FFEE,TEA,
BAKING POWDER,
FU?C:r.G EXTRACTS:
AbJuftrVftyY firws.Flavor.
OrtaftJl Sfrtnjfh. tVajofMbte fVkei
CL0&ZT6DEVERS
,
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Ask YourOnww
LEGAL BLANKS Wrtteti
alogWthem. A fH y alwayTCT
TEETH
EXTRACTED BY THE MOW
EHN METHOD, MC.
W arc thoroughly eauimuj'
with all modern methods m
appliance, and guanuuta r
work to be of the highest stud-.
aru, anu our prices ttlt loWM
consistent with flrst-clu wort
White Bros.
Dentists.
Aaa-Kriatlon Block.
Telephone Main lldl,
Lumber
T
And building material of ill
descriptions la supplied by
tkt reasonable prices. We nab
ash, doors, blinds, window
frames to order. Fancy wood
turning a specialty.
Let us quote yon prices os
your building material.
PENDLETON PLANING VOL
W
AND LUMBER YARD.
ROBERT FOR8TER, PROP, j
Corner Webb and Colter tt. J
!
LET 118 SUPPLY YOU WITH
Building
Material
Dimension lumber of all
scrlptlons, Sash, Doors, Blind
Moulding, Building and Tar Pa
per. BRING YOUR BILL TO W
AND GET OCR FIGURES.
Grays Harbor
Commercial Co.
Opposite W. C. R- Depot,
J
I Good I
j Dry Wood
ALL KINDS
I have good, sound wood wMes
la delivered at reasonable
'"' . price J
J FOR CASH. J
:W. C. MINNISj
Leave
Orders at Neona'' t
Cigar Store.
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear thU In mind when F
need poultry and tock UDI,"T
and aak for th InternaUoiw
Poultry and Stock Food.
Kow Kure for your cow trow
bles.
GF.Colcswoftir
117-12 East Alt Bt
Agent for Lae'a I W

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