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DAILY EAST OKEU4.lAJf, PENDLttfON, OREGON. MONDAY, FEIHIUARY 10). PAOO FIVE. SKET SALE Opened Good Many Ladies take advantage of the big as . sort meat of latest styles in Voile and Chiffon Panama Skirts that arrived from New York Saturday. As an inducement to buy early, we are offering excellent values all week. New lot, of about 200 silk petticoats that go -well with these fine skirts are also on sale. Don't Pass Center Window To make it j Easy. Picking we have given up the entire Big Center Window to Shoes. Any Man, Woman or Child can easily see a shoe to suit in this big display. Then call a clerk, we have all sizes in every shoe. Teutsch's Dep't Store Fastest Crowing Storein EasternJOregon. City Brevities New spring Oxfords at Alexanders. For chimney sweep, phone red 2711. White Havlland. China at Demott's. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. New cotton dress fabrics at Alex anJer's. , If you see U In the East Oregonlan, .It's so. See shoe display In show window at Alexander's. c llUnli fnr en nil rirv wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. White and Flowered Havlland made up in any size dinner seU at Demott's. Girl Wanted For housework, In oulre Mrs. O. M. Rice, 115 West High street. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, Phone Main 5. Two fine store and office rooms for rent. Fast Oregon'an building. . En quire this office. Household paints and varnishes for s.ile by Goodman Hardware Co. Re new your furniture with Varnolao, Regular' meals nerved fum'ly style for 2.", tents, every day except Sun day, at the new Hotel Bowman dining room. Havlland -china, .crockery, glass ware and cooking utensils In any mi:intitv and endless variety at De mott's. . "We've got "em." Petaluma Incu bators; guaranteed superior to all others. See them at Goodman Hard ware Co. Wanted Lady to do washing and Ironing in private family. Incompe tent parties need not apply. Inquire at this office. Wanted A first class bookkeeper . - . TT . . . T .1 knnlf small firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H care Golden Rule Hotel. Learn to be a sign painter at home. You can not learn from books. Oet the practical experience and see the work done. The only way to learn. See F. R. Penle, with Lane. - Signs. MARKET DAY A SUCCESS. FISH Choice roasts, steaks and boil ing meat fresh every day. Lard, smoked and cured meats, wholesale and retail. EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Main 18 Total of $5249.50 Worth or Property Sold at tli" Publlo Auction Satur day. The exact amount of property sold at the second public auction held In thfs city last Saturday was J6249.G0 and the sale was highly satisfactory to all taking part About 60 head of horses were sold and some of them brought fancy prices. The bidding was spirited and buyers were In earnest In making purchases. It was announced that hereafter the market days will be observed on the first Saturday of each month re sardless of former announcements and patrons of the sales are urged to list their stuff as much in advance of the dates as possible. The next market day will be held In this city on Saturday, March 7. Seven Little Indians All In a Row." Seven Indians were run in by the police Saturday afternoon and Sun duy. They were Charles Johns( not the Baker City mayor). Chase Ben riVtt. Frank Parr. Big Jim, Allen Pad- ewa. a deaf and dumb Indian and one whose name could not be learnecr. All but the first two Indians secured their release by giving bail,, thus leaving only Messrs. Johns and Ben nett o come before Judge John Hailey this morning. Q.'B. Fisher, while man, fighting. forfeited $10 ball for "Gun Man" lined $25. E. F. Monroe, another "gun man," was taken In by Marshal Gurdane Saturday and he later contributed $25 to the city. Monroe is said to have been making trouble In one of the colored families here and he was re ported to .the police Saturday after noon. Finding the fellow carried a gun Chief Gurdane arrested him for that offense. ' WW Leave for Portland. Mrs. 'John Nlssen and son. Carl, will leave for Portland next Friday to remain for several weeks, after which they "will go east for a time. They have leased the dwelling occu pld by them to W. F. Gulon of the Pendleton Tribune. Mr. Nlssen will remain here permanently In his ex tensive farming Implement business, PERSONAL. MENTION Dressed chickens every Saturday at Alexander's. COFFEE Schilling's Best is a business-like name; you know what it means; and it means what you want. Your groc.r returns jour moner If rou don't aklt:wtpr him. Sngar Stick Camdy Balduffs pure sugar stick candy 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. K BP IP EN THE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. C. C. Hunt of Ontario, la here to day upon a brief visit. . Robert Morrison of Adams, Is now here upon a short' vUlf. Miss Pauline . Lederlee of La Grande, was a visitor in the city yes terday. H. O. Moussa left this morning for Hermlston and Umatilla on a ducK hunt. F. E. Van Dusen and T. M. Keller went to Hermlston this morning on a business trip. J. W. Messrter of La Grande, Is a guest ol Hotel St. George while In the city today. Zoeth Houser Is a guest of the Golden Rule hotel today while here on a business trip. Dan P. Smythe left Saturday even ing for Sunnyslde, Wash., and will re turn this afternoon. ' N J. O. Hales and family of Adams have been visiting here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bradley. M. A. Rader returned yesterday from Portland, where he had been for several days upon a business trip. E. S. Wiltfur, the well known cat tleman of Meacham creek, Is In the city today on a business and trading trip. Clark Wood, editor of the Weston Leader, Is In the city for a few days attending the union meetings at the M. E. church. Mrs. D. H. Stewart of La Grande, has been a visitor in the city since Saturday. She will return to La Grande today. E. D. Trumbull, deputy state labor commissioner, arrived, yesterday from Wallowa comity and went to Pilot Rock this morning. Mrs. W. R. Stewart of South Bend, Wash., who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. M. A. Thompson, left for her home today. F. E. Judd mid family have sent greetings to their many Pendleton friends through the East Oregonlan.. They are now in Los Angeles. L. J. Fobs of Athena, came down last evening to attend the Wilson evangelistic meetings, now tn progress at the First Christian church. Miss Sarah Gray, s'ster of the Gray mothers of this city, arrived yester t'ay from Astoria and began today as teacher at the Hawthorne school. Dr. D. C. McNa.bb, the well known veterinarian and stock Inspector, who has been ill with the grip for the past two weeks, Is out again nnd is slow, ly Improving. Mrs. Shields, mother of Miss Vir ginia Eames, a member of the- Street - cr company, has arrived here from Los Angeles and expects to remain here with her daughter. Jack Watson; formerly In the shoe department of the Peoples Warehouse but now traveling for a shoe com pa.i.V, came in this afternoon over the Northern Pacific for a brief business visit. ' Conductor James Conners of the La Grande freight division of the O. R. & N. Is on the Pendleton-Huntlng-ton passenger run during the absence of Conductor J. B. Smith with his family in Los Angeles. C. A. Youngberg, agent for the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance com pany for tlfe state of Oregon, with headquarters In Portland, Is a guest of Hotel St. George, while here for several days on a business trip. Mr. Youngberg was formerly located In this city nnd Is well known here, , 4 Evening Paper Irttd. - The Dalles .Chruniel. after running for a few weka as a morning paper, has changed back to an evening iwper. say ing that "this change Is made after, consulting a majority of the patrons, who expressed the opinion that they preferred an evening paper." This Is the cuse In all places, especially op this side of the continent. EVANS ARRESTKDf AGAIN. Youthful Purolc May Hirvc to Serve 'Out Sentence. William Evans, out; on parole from this county, has gotten into trouble In Union county and so may have to serve out the sentence assigned to him here. He is under , arrest at La Grande charged wlthiiatealing $18 from the Holverson saloon, at Hllgard. Evans admitted having passed a forged check at Echo about a year ago, but owing to his youthfulness was admitted to parole. Ho was working for Stanfleld brothers and when he was paroled by Judge Bean It. B. Stanfleld was named as a guar dian. MISS Itn NEIfc TO PORTLAND. Former Haw(liorn Principal Will Teach in Oakley Green Scliool. Miss Mary RJ truer, former principal of the Hawthorne school, has Just been, chosen as a teacher in the Ock- ey Green school of Portland. It Is a new 10-roonv school and Is situated on the east side. Miss Rltner will teach the ninths grsfc. For several years Miss. Rltner was the prlnclpal(of the Hawthorne school and wjs one of the most competent of the local teachers. She was In-. ureil; In the hand by an exploslng skji rocket last summer and was unable to take the place at the opening f,; school hist year. VARSITY PLAYERS HERE. . of ). Basketball Team Sojourns Her While En Route, to Moscow. Last evening the University of Or egon basketball team arr ved here on t way to Moscow, Idaho, where It plays against the University of Idaho tonight. The team went aorth on the 13:50 train. Those In five squad are as follows: Nelson, manager. Van Scoy, Looslcy, Murphy. Watson, Far rlngton, Stevenson, Moore, Charman and Strong. On Friday evening the U. of O. team will play against the Pendleton high school boys at the assembly room and an Interesting game is promised. TROY TODD ARRESTED. Is Accuse! of Stealing Steer of lluph Roby Out on Hail. Troy Todd, son of John Todd, was arrested Saturday afternoon on a charge of having stolen a steer be longing to Hugh Robey of Adams. He was released from custody during the evening after his father and given ball. Young Todd has been running cat tle In the mountains near Meacham. BUSTER BR07.1 BLUE RIBBOH SHOES' rat boys- FOR GIRLS.. OC ST- - Tki Brown Shoe Ca. T. LOUIS RESOLVED! THAT the boy or- girl who wears BusterBrown Blue Ribbon :Shoe . will alway be happy. BECAUSE. Buster Brown Blue. Ribbon Shoes Jook so neat; fit so nice, and wear: so we!2. Sueter Brovra, 1 '.! 'I Hi ':ST ''.SIM I til Alexander Department Store Sole Agents SENATOR ALPRIClt DEFEXTS HIS RILL (Continued from page 1.) earnings. He said he must confess that the committee did not try to de vise a plan to Increase them. "In the recent panic there was a general suspension of cash payment by banks." he said, "This is a vio lation of every banking law. Rut the bank " managers should realize that the extraordinary forbearance of the people' would not be repented. "Our recollections for the past three months are too defin'te to lis ten with patience to or discussion by officers of the hanks In large cities as to whether the remedies proposed by congress should result In large ad ditions to their dividends. "I do not Intend to place n premi um on that kind of bank manage ment which proposes to make a f nan. rial disturbance and disaster a source of profit. "The securities named find univer sal acceptance In the settlement of obligations. No securities except United States bonds have bettor credit and standing in financial circles as to asserting that the government should not exact from the banks a pledge of definite securities." That It Is safe to ncyfpt general credit and assets as security, AUlrieh said. Is sufficient answer that the banks don't follow this rule dealing with each other. The clearing houses require carefully selected securities on which they advance 75 per cent of the value. Orchestra Invited to Ilenpner. Alf Johnson of Johnson's orchestra, tffday received a telephone message seeking the services of the orchestra for an Elks' hall at Heppner on Feb ruary 21. As this date Is taken with the Eagles' ball In this city, It was impossible for Mr. Johnson to make arrangements with Heppner for that date. It is thought that the Heppner dance will be postponed and that Pendleton's favorite orchestra will furnish the music. Will Revise Election Boards. , The county commissioners have taken an adjournment until Wednes day when they will meet To- the pur pose of going over the list of elections judges and clerks. Many of the of ficials named at the January term of court have failed to qualify and new people will have to be appointed In their places. BUSINESS PROPERTY SOLD. AYltntss in Gosson Case. . Claude Penland has gone to The Da Ho 8 to give testimony before the grand Jury in the case against Gosson, the murderer of an Italian gardener living near Uiat place. Gosson was arrested here and had taken a room at the-Ppnland Bros.' lodging house while In- town. Wondnicii Will Dance. Pendleton camp No. 41 Woodmen of the World will, give a dance at Eagles' hall tonight for Woodmen, their wives and Invited friends. Ex cellent music will be furnished and the dance promises to be a pleasing event In fraternal circles. POLITICS -VXD POLITICIANS. William Bryan has accepted an Invitation to deliver an address be fore the southern convention of Methodist laymen at Chattanooga in April. The recent Illness of Horace Boles recalls the older politician how. nearly the Iowa governor came to b nominated' for president by the dem ocrats in 1898. Representative William R. Smith of the sixteenth Texas district, aas the distinction of representing the biggest district of any member of congress. His district comprises 17 counties and it takes three days to make the trip from one endj of the district to the other. Gqvernor Hoke Smith of, Georgia, while frankly admitting that he would like to be a United, states sen ator, says he will not be a candidate to succeed Senator Clays He deslrea another term as governor, he says, la order to accomplish the reforms fete planned when fist elected to the of fice. Senator Jeff Davis has arranged for an elaborate stumping tour of Ar kansas on behalf of the gubornatorl al candidacy of W. F. Klrby. His tour will begin February JT and will keep him busy until near the end of March. The state nominating con vention will be held In Little Rock early In June. The "big four" from Maine to the republican national' convention prob ably will be E. P. Rlcker of Poland Springs, ex-Governor John F. Hill of Augusta, Judge Charles J. Dunn of Orono and Fred J. Allen, president of the Maine senate. Mr. Rlcker la listed as a Taft man and probably will aid In organizing the Taft cam-. paign In his state. No member of congress. It Is said, has had nrore occupations in his time (ban Representative Champ Clark of the ninth district of Missouri. He has been a farm hand, country store clerk, newspaper editor, lawyer and politically the people of his state have given tilm most every position o( prominence at their command. Winston Churchill, the novelist, and Frank S. Streeter are waging an ac tive Taft campaign In New Hamp shire. Upon the success of their ef forts will largely depend ,the ques tion whether the New Hampshire delegates to the Chicago ' convention Will- be Instructed for the secretar of war. Congressman Dorsey W. Shackle ford, who recently attacked Speaker Cannon In the house. Is the successor In cflngrcss from the eighth Missouri district of the late Richard P). Bland. He l, a native Misourian and. occu pied, a place on the bench for seven pear before being elected, to con gress. Two yeara- ago h also made a bitter attack on. Speaker. Cannon. calling him an, "enthroned, despot." .tared Y. Sanders, who was success fui in the recent gubernatorial cam paign in Louisiana, Is at present lieu tenant governor of that, state. He la a native of Coulslant and is not yet 40 yeurs ol. He. began his career as clerk in. a country.- store. He left this trade to learn the trade of a printer anJ in time became the editor and proprietor of a. small newspaper. Then he- began reading lav and was admitted to the bar In U93. About the suwe time hie, political career be gan vvlth his elsctjon to. the legisla ture.. He servd 12 years tn that bodv and in 1S04 was nominated and eles't,ed lieutenant governor on the tii;et headeJ. by Governor Blanch-. a,?d. West Virginia I preparing to pufi ;up a strong, fight (or second place or the republican ticket for United States Senator Skins. Senator El kins is a son-inilaw of Henry G.. Da vis, wb waa a candidate for vice pres ident qji thk democratic ticket four years ago. He was seriously consid ered s a running mate with, McKin ley n 1900, when Roosevelt was nam ed, Although Secretary Taft Is a Yale man and has been spcJcen of as the Yale candidate for tho presidency, the university authorities have refused to allow the Taft club of Connecticut to ' hold a banquet In his honor In the Yale dining hall. The reason assign ed is the management is unwilling that any of the university buildings should be use3 for political purposes, Oregon's Catholics. Advance sheets of the official Catholic directory, published by the M. H. Wiltzius Co., Milwaukee, Wis., give the following statistics regard ing the Oregon City archdiocese; Population (Catholic), about 42,000; archbishop, 1; clergy, 83; churches, S6; colleges and academies, 15; par ishes with schools, 26; children at tending, 4000; orphan asylums, 3; orphans, 225; charitable institution 11. Baker City diocese: Population (Catholic), about 6550; bishop, 1; clergy. 18; churchesv37; parishes with schools, 6; children attending. 788; charitable Institutions, 5. Ma-mnlc Lodge Tonight. There will be a special meeting of Pendleton lodge No. 52, A. P. Sc A. M.. tonight, at which work In the sec ond degree will be performed. All members are urged to be present. La lug Divorce Ciiso Kmlctl. This afternoon the Luing divorce suit, which was taken up again this morning, was brought to a close. By agreement on the attorneys the argu ments In the case were dispensed with nnd the case was then taken under advisement by Jiuttfo Bean. Queen ('hop House Location ferret! for Price of $.1000. For the price of $5000 the lot and oom on Main street occupied by the Queen chop house has been transfer red from Jeremiah Lennox and wife to Edward H. Lennox. The deed" for he lot was filed with the county re corder today. By the terms of the same the grantors withhold for them selves all money that may be receiv ed as rent from the premises through out their lifetimes. The southern 20 feet of the same ot sold is owned by Joe Ell and the dividing wall Is used In common by New Book-Typewriter. Today a new book typewriter was received at the county clerk's office and will henceforth be used n tne Trans- hvoi k of the office. It will be unnecessary to go through a painful, expensive operation for piles If you use ManZan. " Put up In a collapsible tube with nozzle, ready to apply. For any form of piles, price 50 cents. Sold by A. C. Koep pen & Bros. Wanted By lady and - daughter, three furnished housekeeping rooms. Address Box E., E. O. Office. Wanted Experienced general housework. Mrs. hurne, 314 Lewis street. girl to do E. R. Swln- "THE OREGON " MORRiE B. STREETER, Lesse Manager. PHONE MAIN 110 Itocli Go. UORRIE TREETER Blanche RYAN Sun., Mon.t Tues. and Wed. M. B. Streeter's Great Comedy Drama "From Rags to Riches." THURS., FRF. AND SAT. Great Military Play THE FLAG OF TRUCE SOUVENIR MATINEE, SATURDAY AT 2:30. EVENING PRICES--25--35--50C SATURDAY MATINEE PRICES-l0--25c. Reserved Seats at The Pendleton Drug Company an agreement.