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'TWELVE PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JA.Vr.VKV 23, 1908. page nvt I i IViimIiiii tHtimWmvmmimmiiattlnt,mimlmmmmtil,t m lift'iy i; --a--" iiJ,...-MhHiMaiMiMMM I The Last Week Of Extreme Low Prices On Ladies Coats & Suits We shall make a special effort the last week of January to close out every Coat and Suit in the house. The last price will have nothing to do with the selling price, our one atm will be to dis pose of every garment. We need the room for new Spring Merchandise and are willing to dispose of all garments at a fraction of their real value. All $15.00 Oarments go at 17.45 All $20.00 Garments go at S9.9& ' All $20.00 Garmvnts go at $12.45 All $30.00 Garments go at $11.90 All $35.00 Garments go at $16.5 You cannot afford to let this last chance pass Teutsch's Dep t Store Fastest Growing Store in Eastern Oregon. PERSONAL MENTION City Brevities All kind f good dry wood. See Minnls. See M I ii n Is for Rood, dry wood that burns. I,ots of It on hand. Lost Ladles' brown 16-button js'iiivi-. Hot urn to this office. All trimmed huts going at extra low prices. Campbell's Millinery. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Kmiulre at East Oregonlan Office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, Phone Main 5. For rent A cottage, bath, hot wa ter, 'electric lighted. Enquire at 100 Uluff street. Two fine store nnd office rooms for rent. Kast Oregonlan building. En quire' this office. Household paints and varnishes for sale by Goodman Hardware Co. Re new jour furniture with Varnolac. "We've got 'em." Petaluma Incu bators; guaranteed superior to all others. See them ot Goodman Hard ware Co. Wanted A first class bookkeeper wants a Job. Would post books for small firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H., care Golden Hule Hotel. Islatlve sessions. He Is a son of Bert Venable, an old newspaper man of Payette, now postmaster at that place,; Is a clear and ready writer and has made the Payette Independ ent a paper well worth reading. He has been a strong anti-Mormon In his editorial utterances In the Tayette paper, but has refused to fol low Dubois on that subject, prefer ring to urge action on- the part of the republicans of the state. He was a warm supporter of the "Insurgent element of the legislature last win ter and has been a strong supporter of Governor Gooding. XEW IIOISK EDITOR. Emi V enable or Payette Goes to Ed iiorinl Chair of KUitcmiuin. It is reported from aparently rc ll.ilile sources that Harry Crane, who was to have succeeded William Bal derston as editorial writer for the Statesman, will, Instead, retain the position of managing editor and that Earl Venable, editor and part owner of the Payette Independent, has been offered and has nccepted the position of editorial writer on the morning paper to succeed Mr. Balderston, who tomorrow will take up his duties a-s register nt the United States land nfflee lii this city, says the Boise Cap ital News. Mr. Venable U known In this city, having assisted tin the Statesman at various times, particularly during leg- Missouri Blacksmith Shop PILOT ROCK, ORE. We are now ready for your work in our new building. Right prices and prompt serv ice. Call and nee us for horse shoeing, wagon repairing, blucksmithlng nnd machine work. COPELAND & SOS HIGH' LICENSE CITIES. Seven Comities In Washington Re quire $1000 License Teen. The Walla Walla Bulletin gives the following list of counties and cities which have high license require ments: The following counties of the state require a $1000 liquor license fee: Douglas, Garfield, Klickitat. Lincoln, San Juan, Walla Walla, Yakima. Liquor license foes above $500 arc required In the various cities as fol lows: Chehalls. $800; Kelso, $750; Montesano. $S00; Auburn' $1000 Kent. $1000; Pomeroy. $1000; Brem erton, $1000; Golden dale, $'00; Cherry, $1000; Colvlllo. $750; Waits burg. $1000; Colfax. $800; South Rend. $800: Cosmopolis, $S00; Ros- lyn, $600: Shelton (population 1200) $500; Puyallup, $760; Dayton, $800; Seattle, $1000; Tacoma, $1000; Spo kane, $1000; North Yakmn, $1000; Aberdeen, $1000; Hoqulam, $1000; Everett, $1000; Belllngham, $1000; Walla Walla, $1000; nearly all small eastern Washington towns, $1000. H. A. Clemens left today for Athc na for a short vUIt. ' William Cody of Helix Is n the city today on a trading trip. Mrs. O. H. Gahnal left today for Wallace, Idaho, for a few days' visit J. II. Peters has been in the city today from his ranch north of town Rev. Levi Johnson left this morn Ing for Pilot Rock to , hold services there tomorrow. J. Chalefoe, a rancher living six miles south of Adams, has been here today upon business. H. G. Sutherland of Walla Walla Is In the city today on his way from Hot Lake to his home, u. U Dunn of Eugene, is a gues of, the Golden Rule while In the city on a brief business trip. 8. F. Wilson, the Athena lawyer, came down from that place last evening upon legal business here Leon Cohen returned last evening from Portland, where he had been visiting snce the recent Mystic Shrine gathering. Mr. and Mrs. L A. Harvey, who were married here Thursday evening left for their home at Pilot Rock this morning. E. W. Shockley, physical director of the gymnasium, went to Walla Walla with the high school basket ball team yesterday. Mrs. Frank Macey left yesterday for Camas, Wash.; to Join Mr. Ma cey, who is now running a mercan tile business at that place. C. T. Tupper of the safety deposit department of the Pendleton Savings bank, left this morning for Pilot Rock on a brief business visit. Mrs. W. Scott, who has been visit ing her daughters, Mrs. L. B. Ram dell and Mrs. II. A. Garfield, left this morning for her home at Pilot Rock Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBee of nti-ch creek, are In the city today on a trading trp. Tney expect 10 move to Pendleton to reside In a short time, W. C. Minnls and daughter Lona, returned home from Portland yes terday leaving another daughter, Elsie, in care of an eye specialist In that city. George Hartman, jr., of the First National bank, left today for Walla Waila, where he will join Mrs. Hart nan. They will return home tomor row evening. X. Rowland Is In the city for a few- days from Condon. He says tnat farmers of the Condon district are hopeful of the largest crop next year In the history of the country. H. J. Taylor, the prominent farmer and member of the Inland Empire Wheatgrowers' association, Is In the city this afternoon to attend the wheatgrowers" meeting. II. T. Irvln, president of the Uma tilla Waterusers' association and who has been serving on the circuit court Jury, left last evening for his home -at Hermiston to remain until Monday. Architect T. F. Howard left today for Walla Walla, where ho goes on professional business. He will re turn to Milton this evening, where he will visit for a short time before returning home. James Thompson, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson, will arrive home next Thursday from Ft. Collins, Colo., where he is taking a snort course In agriculture at the Colorado agricultural college. Judd Geer, eastern Oregon horti cultural commissioner and brother of T. T. Geer of thft city, came over to day from Cove, Union county, on a tour of Umatilla county In the Inter est of the horticultural board. of 12 per cent per annum from the first Monday In April until paid. 5. On aH'personal property taxes, If one-half is not paid" on or before the first Monday of Aprir, the law compels the. Sheriff to levy upon: and collect the same after May I, hence to prevent a levy upon personal prop crty after May 1st, It will be neces sary for one-half to be paid as above stated. 6. The law compels the sheriff to sell all lands on which taxes have not been paid, and that such sale shall not be held later than March 1 of the year succeeding the year In which the tax levy was made. ' 7. The property will be sold to the person bidding the lowest rate of In terest, and certificates will be Issued therefor, and deeds given to such property sold, unless redeemed with in three years from the date of such sale. CHARGES AGAINST OFFICIAL. Deputy Alleged to Have GrIy Broken Game Laws. Charges of a sensational character will be filed against Deputy Game Warden MacH. Harbaugh by R. H. HIbbs, manager of the Alder Creek Mining company of the North Fork district, sayg a Lewiston Item. Hibbs was arrested several weeks ago on a charge of violating the state game laws, but upon the day set for trial Deputy Warden Harbaugh asked for a continuance of the case because of Inability to secure necessary wit nesses. The trial was set for January 27. but upon motion of County Attor ney Needham the case .against .Mr. Hibbs was dismissed today. "Deputy Warden Harbaugh Is gu:l- ty of killing game out of season. Kill-; Iny; more deer than the law allows, selling trout contrary to the state statutes, and taking bass and other fish with a seine." said Mr. Hibbs, when dlscusing the charges he Is pre paring against the deputy game war den, "and we wil back up our charges with overwhelming proof. "We will show that Mr. Harbough has misrepresented and misread the aw for the purpose of intimidating people Into pleading guilty to his charges, and has used the state funds to flch and hunt In favored districts, under the pretense of official duty, while in the districts tributary to Lewiston and prairie sections he has refused to heed numerous complaints that have been filed. I am reliably informed that persons have killed both chickens and quail within the city limits of Lewiston since the close of the hunting season, and Mr. Har baugh has taken no steps to appre hend the offenders." The charges made by Mr. Hibbs are corroborated by R. L. Pennell a hard ware and furniture dealer, who Is a prominent sportsman of Xez Perce county. HO ALU W fa . IN FOOD 100 Knights of Pythias Smoker. A smoker will be given by Damon lodge No. 4, Knights of Pythias on next Monday evening. Manager Da vidson of the Star theater has volun teered the services of the entire cast of the Star for the evening and a good vaudeville program will be ren dered. There will be- plenty to eat and smoke and all members and their friends are cordially invited to be present. Beea Laxative Cough Syrup for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough grows in favor daily, Moth ers should keep it on hand for chil dren. It Is prompt relief for croup. It Is gently laxative, driving the poison and phlegm from the system. It gives Immediate relief. Guaran teed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Rev. R. E. Storey of the Bapt st church, went to Irrlgon yesterday to conduct the funeral service of the 10 year old daughter of Mr. F. C. Math ews, who lives six miles west over on the Washington side. Interment was made on Mr. Mathew's homestead. County Commissioner Horace Walker returned last evening from Echo, where he went yesterday morn ing to Inspect the work being done on tho new county bridge at that place. The work Is now nearlng com pletion and the bridge will soon be turned over to the county. TAXES DUE FEBRUARY 3. For Rent Up-to-date furnished house. Hot and cold water, electric light. Inquire $10 Aura street. A big .fat man always has a hard time trying to make people believe ho Is sick. .fS9 Sugar Stick' Candy Balduffs pure sugar stickjeandy contains only the finest grade of confectioners "A'' sugar best vegetable colors. The box contains twelve large light, porons and fluffy delicious sticks and the (price is 10c the box. THE DRUG, STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Synopsis of Rules Governing the Col lection of Taxes. The payment of taxes will com mence this year on Monday, Febru ary 3, a week from the coming Mon day. Announcement to this effect was made at the sheriff's office to day. Under the law tax payments may be received by the sheriff as soon as the books are prepared. The following Is a synopsis of the law governing the collection of taxes; 1. If you pay your taxtfa on or before March 15. you will be allowed a rebate of 3 per cent. 2. If you pay your taxes between March 15 and up to and Including the first Monday In April, there will not be any rebate allowed and neith er will there be any penalty, or In terest added. 3. If your tuxes are not paid on or before the first Monday In April. they will become delinquent, when there will be added a penalty of 10 per cent, and the tax will also draw Interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum In addition to the penalty. 4. If you pay one-half of your taxes on or before the first Monday In April, then the remaining half may run up to nnd Including the first Monday In October following, but it the last half of tax due Is not paid by the firM Monday of October, It becomes delinquent, and there will he added to such balance a penalty of 10 per cent, and In addition, such OLD INDIANS PERISH. Two Coos Ray Natives Aged Found Dead In Cabin. Word was received by Dr. Mingus last night that two old Indians had been found dead in their cabin at the mouth of Larsen's Inlet, and he vis ed the scene this morning to ascer- ain what was the matter, says the Coos Bay Times. The Indians proved to be "Old Lyman," and his wife, Susie Ann," names given to them'by hlte people years ago because their own names were hard to pronounce. The scene at the cabin was pitiable In the extreme as both the old people were nearly 100 years old and had nobody to attend them. A rancher passing the place a week ago today saw signs of life about the place, but since that time there had been no sign of movement. Dr. Min gus is of the opinion that the old couple died last Monday, the wife be cause of exposure and the old Indian because of grief over the passing of his long life partner. and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France So does Germany The tale of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Colura- -bia, and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injurious, protect yourself against alum, when ordering baking powder, Sop plainly- and be very sure you get RoyaL Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar. It adds to the digestibility and whole- someness ot the food. JJ IRRIGATION BUTTONS OUT. Albuquerque Making Arrangements for Congress in October. Albuquerque, N. M., is already making arrangements for the meet ing of the National Irrigation asso ciation which will be held there next October. The Albuquerque Journal says: A neat and appropriate souvenir button has been adopted by the Board of Control of the National Ir rigation congress. The design on the button shows- an allegorical represen tation of Science bidding the Desert drink and bar around the exterior circle the legend: "Sixteenth Nation al Irrigation Congress, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sept. 29-Oct. 3, 1908." The button will be struck off In three striking colors and will be about the size of a half dollar. These but tons may be obtained by Albuquer que people from the board of control of the congress at actual cost. The buttons will be manufactured by the Whitehead and Hoag company of Newark, New Jersey. The first con signment will be distributed at head quarters in about two weeka. They are extremely handsome and will bo much in demand as booster buttona and souvenirs. BANQUET MONDAY NIGHT. Masons ami Eastern Star Members Will Enjoy a Pleasant, Social Evening. A banquet will be given by Pendle ton lodge No. 52, A. F. & A. M., on Monday evening following a public lecture for Masons and Eastern Star members. M. A. Pottinger, tho lec turer on Masonry, who is In the city for a short time, will deliver a brief lecture, after which a social evening will be enjoyed and a spread' served. All Masons and their wives, wheth er members of the Eastern Star or not and all Eastern Star members their wives or husbands are Masons, are cordially invited to be present. Al most pleasant evening Is promised. All the news East Oregonlan. all the time in the Yw hT tried all ktnit of nil. water and etthui'ci for Constipa tion and uver (.'omiuaint. N.w m id heal cun. .T,.k vn T and aee how moth fur thnv ar. Boa ttm ditr.rnr in r.n!t.. Thil action is Dover aHwpu vj mal Bll-g"n-Bit a ennallon they mutca yon feet bttr lh ailnnta jmi tko thf m. They braos you up ami pnt now llfo in yoa. aiake you feel ttronirer and better, because they are maue to regit lata tat emir difeatiTa fttem. On dota will ooartaoa tod. Set a ISa Baa. BETTER THAN PILLS FORLIYER ILLS. TA.RUwuMecmeCaT" 1? X T Sc Louis, Mo. TRY DELINQUENT GUARDSMEN. Six Company L Men Will race Mili tary Tribunnl Tnewlay Nlglit. Next Tuesday evening will bo an enterestlng one In Pendleton guard circles for It will be the night for the annual Inspection of company L and in addition Major Frank S. Baker, of the third regiment, will be here to hold a delinquency court. Six mem bers of the company who have shown a laxity In attending the weekly drills have been subpoenaed to come before the court and their cases will be tried out by Major Baker. The Inspection will be by Colonel James Jackson, U. S. A., retired, and as compaly L Is well filled and equip ped It should make an exceptionally good showing. The general public is invited to attend the inspection and following the same dancing will prob ably be taken up. i T.ALLMAN & COMPANY, PENDLETON, ORE. t.llAINGROWKRS IN SESSION. Farmers Consider a IToposftlon of Trying for Hotter Freight Rates. This afternoon a meeting of the Oralngrowers association Is being held In the Commercial association rooms for the purpose of talking over various subjects of Interest. Chief among these is the proposition of making a fight for better grain freight rates while co-operative sack buying will also come up for con sideration. Representative C. A. Barrett, pres ident of the association, came down from Athena today to preside at the meeting. I.11111I rYnutler INca-ies Punishment. San Francisco. Jan. 25. The case higainst Thomas ':. Ailnstrong. the stockman f Shasta county, Indicted for illegal fencing of public lands, was dismissed today by Judge Dehaven In the federal coint because Thayer had removed tile feiuva. Mairlniic License. A marriage license was I day to the following couple: Oliver Keyson and ICl'za Jane lied to-James liroth- MM Just enough to carry 70a to the next with out a dollar to sparer Then this offer of thel.C.S. is vital to you. If yon will write, telling the occupation too wish to rise in, this great institution will show yon how you can, without neglecting your present work, leav ing home, or distressing yourulf financially, qualify yourself for a higher position and a better salary. It puts you nnder no obligation , to write us. This is a bona fide offer to earnest men and women by an institution of 15 years' standing, representing an invested capital of 6 million dollars. Can you afford to pass it by T Lytekutional Caiiesfondencb Schools tax 7U, Striata. Pa. , See the Big Display In Window of Pendleton Drug Go. Call on Our Special Representa tive there to get imformation and booklet on several different courses we teach. Only One Week Jan. 20 to 27. 3 balance will bear interest at the rate erton. '