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DAILY EAST OREGON IAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOHER 21. 1007
EIQIIT TAGES.
page sicm.
We have just received a
carload of
Fancy
Cloverdale
CORN
from Sac City, Iowa,
which we wi 11 sell at
3 Cans for
25c
Just think of it, other
stores charge you 2 for
25c
We guarantee every can
or your money back.
Standard
Grocery Co.
214-16 E. Court St.
Phone Main 96
FAMOUS 11
FIGHTER HI
Col, B. F. Shaw, Hero of Many
Battles, Visits Friends
Penle'.on,
in
i ON WAY TO VIEW GRAND
J RONDE HATTI.EFIELD.
Colonel Shaw's Career Exciting
Crostl riuln nt Early Date
Liked Excitement of War ami Re
canto Famous Fighter Helped
Capture Murderers of Marcus
Whitman Organized the Second
Regiment Washington Volunteers
for Yakima War Baltic of Grande
Ronde.
PROMPT SERVICE
QUICK DELIVERY
Choice Fresh Meats, Lard, Sausages
and Smoked Meats everyday at the
Central Meat Co.
X Carney, Ramsdell & Co.
Telephone Main 33
Dally East Oregonlan by carrier,
only 15 cents a week.
Colonel B.' F. Shaw, who earned
J hit) title through 10 years of bloody
Indian warfare in the Inland empire,
i the man who raised the second regi
, ment of Washington volunteers for
i the Yakima Indian war of 1855-6,
and who fought the Cayuses all over
Umatilla and Walla Walla counties
in 1847-8, with Tom McKay and his
fearless scouts and volunteers, ana
who defeated the allied forces of the
Indian tribes at the battle- of the
Grande Ronde on July 17, 1856, ar
rived In Pendleton from his home in
Portland last evening on the O. R. &
X. local train.
In company with George H. Hlmes
of the Oregon Historical society. Col
onel Shaw has come to eastern Ore-
! gon to look over the scene of the
Grande Ronde battle field once more.
They left today for Walla Walla,
whore they will visit today and to
morrow, but expect to return to this
city tomorrow evening.
On Saturday evening they will go
to La Grande, accompanied by Ma
jor Lee Moorhouse and Bert Huff
man, of this city, and on Sunday will
drive out to locate the exact spot
where the battle of the Grande Ronde
was fought 51 years ago last July.
More than six feet tall, with clear
blue eye, steady stop and powerful
physique, Colonel Shaw Is the typi
cal pioneer and has had one of the
mot intensely exciting careers of any
man on the Pacific coast. He was
born In Clay county, Missouri on May
8, 1829, and crossed the plains to
Oregon with his father's family in
1S44. coming through by wagon to
The Dalles and going from there
boat to where Portland now stands.
The family settled on Howell's
prairie in Marion county, but young
Shaw went to Tumwater, Wash., in
J 846 and was soon engaged In the
Cayusa war in eastern Oregon, where
ho was one of the coolest fighters,
best shots, most daring scouts and
most valuable men in Tom McKay's
coinp, ny.
He assisted in the chase and cap
ture of Marcus Wliltman'a murderers,
who were hanged at Oregon City, and
Inter he organized on Puget sound,
the second regiment of Washington
volunteers for the. Yakima war in the
inland cmplro.
After manning the block houses at
different places in Washington, the
second Washington cleared the hostile
Indians out of western Washington,
driving them on to the reservation
or out' of the state.
Rattle of the Grande Ronde.
The battle of the Grande Ronde,
which was a decisive victory for Col
onel Shaw and his intrepid company,
and which closed the war, was fought
on July 17, 1856, on a spot near
Island City, three miles from La
Grande. j
Colonel Shaw had heard of an at
tempted confederation of all the war
ring tribes, while he was in Walla
Walla on July 14, and Captain John,
a frlendlv Xez Perce, told him that
a large tiody of Indians was camped
In Grande Ronde vaney.
Hoping to prevent a confederation
of the tribes, Colonel Shaw took 190
picked men, the bravest, best shots
that ever took up the defense of their
homes In any land, and leaving Walla
Walla by night to prevent the Indians
from sighting their dust, they made
double-quick time across the Blue
mountains by the Llnkton trail, arr
riving at what is now Summerville,
on July 16.
On the following day the battle
was fought and the Indians defeated.
Among the chiefs who took part In
the battle of the Grande Ronde were
We-nap-snoots, father of Chief Peo,
of the Cayuses, and Peo-Peo-mox-mox,
the famous chief of the Walla
Wallas.
Major Moorhouse will take photo
graphs of the actual scene of the
battle next Sunday, when the spot Is
definitely located by Colonel Shaw.
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Buy $5.00 worth of Shoes, Clothes or
Furnishing Goods and get a pair of
FINANCIAL CRASHES
STILL STARTLE EAST.
(Continued from Page 1.)
tlonal bank, $2,000,000 at 50 per
cent and a syndicate of banks loaned
$3,000,000.
Morgan's Triumph.
Drawn out from his retirement, J.
P. Morgan has won the greatest fi
nancial triumph of his career.
Commanding the market at the
osvcholoEical moment and bringing
with him the mighty power of Rocke
feller and Cortelyou. he has averted
a great disaster ana panic wnicn
might have retarded the growth of
the country for a decade.
It is estimated that $200,000,000
has been withdrawn from banks In
the last two weeks.
Rockefeller continues to loan mon
ey at 6 per cent. Normal conditions
are looked for before the close of the
week.
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..- ,-r ti ... r .indefinable someuung
which attached to product made t..
by artists who work
under conditions of
freedom and who take
pleasure in what they
do. Call and see our
fcathlfcsoW MUd m tr htt
W3SL0W BROTHERS
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Run on Baltimore Bank.
Baltimore. Oct. 24. A run was
started on a branch of the Home bank
today and $25,000 was paid out in a
short time. The bank is reported sol
vent and able to withstand emer
gency.
MILLIONS RUSHED IN AID.
New York's Wildest Financial Day
Added to by Rmi9 on Many Bank..
New York. Oct. 24. The Allied
Trust romnanv has asteed to ad
vance $15,000,000 to the Trust Com
nanv of America.
This with $11,000,000 already on
hand will be ample protection to the
comoanv from any raid.
Sliirht runs on all banks mention
ed as in trouble were added features
to New York's wildest financial day
The action of the National City
bank in offering the millions In Us
vaults to hard pressed Investors at
6 per cent when money was at 90
per cent on board had a great ef
fect In steadying the market. The
National City bank belongs to Rocke
feller. With money easy relief was
felt at once and markets closed firm
but Irregular.
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Mlllll HUM I
Style
Hats of
All the new
and correct ideas.
They posses
chic and snap of
their own that
makes them cri
terions of correct
style.
Carrier Miliinery
"The Home of the Sty
Hsh Hats"
You Are Entitled to Know
That your money Is deposited In a safe place. We court Investigation
as to our responsibility, our method of doing business and our sworn
statements to the government We meet legitimate competition and
frould appreciate your account
Commercial National Bank.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
COULD NOT MEET LOANS.
Westlnghouse Intercut Give Inability
to Finance Requirements a Cause
of Failure,
Pittsburg, Oct. 24. Counsel for
the Westlnghouse interests announc
ed yesterday afternoon that they
would bddIv for a receiver for the
Westlnghouse and Nernst companies
and the Securities Investment com
pany.
Inability of the Westlnghouse In
terests to finance their requirements
Is given as the leading cause kad
lng to receivership. Maturing loans
could not be extended. Pittsburg
bankers were in conference yester
day. .
Will Drill Well on North Side.
C. A. Frederick of Baker City, ar
rived here this morning with a car
load of well drilling machinery and
will drill wells for Walter and W. H.
McCormmach at their homes In the
north Dart of the city. It Is expect
ed to strike water at a depth of about
200 feet, but boring- will be contin
ued until a sufficient flow of water
for domestic purposes Is struck. Mr.
Frederick has been engaged in well
boring in Baker City for some time,
hut honea to be able to find employ
ment to keep him In Pendleton dur
ing the entire winter.
These are the kind you
can wear going to and
from school, everybody
wears them, why not
you ?
See the Big Window Display
then buy $5.00 worth
of goods for use of the
school boy or girl.
MUM $Mm W1L
This free gift is for the purpose of increasing
the sales in our Children's Department.
Watch the happy children on skates.
Roosevelt's Boston Store
Where You Trade To Save.
PRELIMINARY TRIAL TOMORROW
Appear in Jus
for Examluo-
Wlllard Brown Will
tlee Porkes' Court
tlorl,
Wlllard Brown, charged with em
bezzlement from the Garden City
Meat company, will be given a pre
liminary examination before Justice
of the Peace Parkes tomorrow morn
ing. Judge Fee has been retained
as attorney for the young bookkeeper.
Camnbell. the man arrested several
days ago for attempting to compound
a felony by selling out to the defense
in the case of O'Connor, Is still held
in Jail, having been unable to secure
the $250 ball required.
Sliot by Exploding Cartridge.
Ray Jay, who Is employed at the
Taylor hardware store, was acci
dentally shot this morning by an ex
ploding shotgun cartridge which
found Its way into a bonfire In the
rear of the store. A pile of rubbish
was being burned by young Jay when
the explosion occurred. Eighteen
shot penetrated his legs, body and
face. None of the Injuries are seri
ous, however, although he will per
haps carry a number of the shot In
his body.
Conductor Has Recovered.
G.aR. Bertholet conductor on me
, p. branch line and who was in
charge of tWe ill-fated southbouna
train last Saturday, haa been here to
day for the first time since the wreck.
He has fully recovered from the
shakeup he received at that time.
Engineer W. W. Wise, of the mlx
tmin la now raddly recovering at
the hospital and expects to leave for
his home Saturday.
N,
Football! Football! '
, p. H. S. vs. W. W. H. S.
Tomorrow afternoon, 2:15 p. m.
Get enthusiastic; Rooters needed.
Horticulturist Here.
W. K. Newell of Gaston, president
of the state board of horticulture apd
one of the leading horticulturists in
the state, who delivered an address
at the eachers' institute this fore
noon, left at noon for Walla Walla,
where he goes on a business trip.
Mm Knight Improves.
A. L. Knight arrived home this
forenoon from North Yakima where
be had been at the bedside of hie
wife who haa been very ill. When
he left Yakima Mrs. Knight was
much improved and the chances are
now strong for her recovery.
COLDS
The very hour a cold starts Is the
time to check (U Don't wait it may
become deep-seated and the cure will
be harder then. Every hour lost at
the start may add days to your suf
fering. Take
F & S
Cold Capsules
Used In time they save all that
might follow sickness, worry, ex
penses. They never fall.
Tallman & Co.
Leading Druggists.
Every New Style in
SACK SUITS
For Men and Young Men
Can be seen here in fin ex
ceptionally large variety of
beautiful fabrics of tested
quality. Don't fail to see
them before you purchase a
Fall suit, for we offer what
are without question the
greatest value to be had in
the city.
L. Adler Bros. & Co.
and
B.Kuppenheimer&Go
Fine Clothing
We desire that you have
your opinion not alone on
its style, appearance and fin
ish, but on the quality of
the materials and workman
ship and the satisfactory fit
of the garments of your size.
I? fill
Copriiikl 1907
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The Model Fall Sack Suits $ 1 2.50 to $30.00
New Fall Overcoats - $ 1 0.00 to $30.00
Derby and Soft Hats, all the new shades and shapes
for Fall - - - - $1.50 to $5.00.
MENS' SHOP
MAX BAER

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