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MAILT EAST.OREGOMAN, PENDLETOV, OREGON. MONDAY, FKBHl'AHY 10, 1908. FIGHT PAGES. Marketing Becomes a Ploasuro J When you can do it in a store where cleanliness, convenience and comfort, are distinct features. Yau!ll find these things fully embraced in our store. Added to this the .-superlative quality of our groceries and provisions, our generous me&odsand our prompt and efficient de livery system and you have the chief ele ment of our trade-winning combination. Standard Grocery Co. The Best Groceries" many att.r things with an accent and vrhemfiniff that Indicated he was do- lug om oriental swearing. He waa trying toet readmitted to one of the rooms where a bunch of his country men were Aoldlng a New Year's cele oration, of some kind. But they would not M him In and the chink was finally taken In charge by the police who -were forced to carry him to the city 3itSI. On his way to the bastlte he kloked and yelled worse than a Chinese funeral. According to the local Chinamen the fellow It not a "cousin" to any of them and furthermore they ob Ject to him because he Is of a bug house disposition. The stray Ms still being held at the uty Jail and will be likely examined fr Insanity. JIISRWD DIDN'T CARE. Runaway VJfe Located I Company of Mail lkre But Hubby Pays No Attention. A wolf In sheep's clothing is B. H. Noon of Iowa, who was here yester day, If the story that has followed him acrss the continent Is true. Tetter, day Noom called upon Rev. W. h. Van Nays, pastor of the Presbyterian church and asked for aid for him self and family he represented he was a member of the church at Odebolt, Iowa, and was destitute. He wase told by Mr. Van Nuys to seek out County Judge Gllllland and did so. As the family wished to go to Portland, transportation was pro vided them by the Judge, who pre ferred that course to having the fam ily taken to the poor farm. But while the people were here a message arrived Informing the sher iff that Noom had left Iowa with an other man's wife and that the desti tute "family" was in reality that of Henry Haagan. a well-to-do rancher of Odebolt The same parry who fur nished the sheriff with the informa tion said he had also notified the in jured husband of the fact that the people were here. But evidently the "Injured" one cared not to recover his erring frau, for he has thus far failed to send any Instructions for their ar rest As a result, the people were allowed to depart. DAXCE NOTICES MIXED. Married Club pauce Xext Week St, Valentine's Dance Thursday. Through a misunderstanding Married People's club dance was an nounced for the coming Friday even Ing. According to those managing the ciud's aanees the announcement was a mistake and the next dance will be on Wednesday of next week. On the coming Thursday evening a public St. Valentine's dance will be given In the Armory by company L. It will be the date for orre of the company's regular series of dances and music will be furnished by John son's orchestra. FOR nORSE STEALING. Planning Big Initiation. "Woodmen of the World are plan ning a monster Initiation and celebra tion in this city on February 24, when the membership campaign now In progress will close. Every camp In the county Is working for a large In crease In membership this winter and it is thought that at least 300 will be added to the rolls of the order In the county during the campaign. Word was received by Organizer A. G. Saun, ders today that a score or more of La Grande Woodmen will attend the Initiation In this city. Raleigh Warner Taken by Officer at Walla Walla and Brought Here, Raleigh Warner, who is accused of having stolen a horse from a farmer near Pilot Rock, was brought back from Walla Walla yesterday by Dep uty Sheriff Joe Blakley. He strongly denies having committed any crime and says that he was breaking the horse he is accused of having stolen Warner left here two weeks ago simultaneously with the horse in ques tlon, and a warrant was sworn out for his arrest. He was taken at Wallula Friday by a Walla "Walla County deputy sheriff. SOLD BIG AUTOMOBILE. George Sumption Dead. George Sampson, a well known In dian of the reesrvatlon, died yester day. Arrangements for a big funeral are now being made by his relatives. COLDS The very hour a, .cold sUrU J1 J2 i time to check it Don't wn 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 Caps Pendleton Auto Company Delivers Mounter Machine to Elmer Snyder, Retired Fanner. Elmer Snyder, the prominent re tired farmer, has Just purchased from the Pendleton Auto company the monster Franklin machine which has been on exhibition hi the city for several days. The machine is a six cylinder, seven-passenger, 42-horse power ca,r and cost about 14500. Two or three others of this kind will be ordered by the Pendleton Au to company at once for prospective patrons In this city. Another sale Just made by the au to company was thatof an 18-horse power Franklin light tounng car to William Blakeley for his daughter, Mrs. S. R, Thompson. Pendleton now possesses more au tomobiles and better ones than any other city of the same size In the In land empire. CHINK WAS "BUGHOUSE." psules Used In time they save all that mieht follow sickness, worry, ex penses. They never fail. tallman &Co, Leading Druggists. - from Chinatown Makes BcImr Jail, Rough Talk Now -"Chlng-a-la?lum. Ll-hung-chango. M. ahe vou. Tou sabe me." said a Chinaman who had been evicted front the Chinese quarter on Alta street yesterday. He spoke the above and HAINES' RANX FAILED. Iomier Sxuker of tit. Oregon Stne Senate Sees III InwiHution Go lo the Wall. me uregon .sunday Journal says of the failure of the Haines bank at Form Grove: ., At a meeting of the depositors of the flrfunrt Haines bank held this aftornn. Senator E. W. Haines made the sensational charge that he had been robbed of 120,000 a few years ago and this was the reason for his financial downfall. He gave the history of the bank which was organized 10 years ago. F. T. Kane, who was cash'er and bookkeeper, was let go by Haines and W. B. Haines hired, who was In turn 'discharged. These men, said E. W. Haines, were dismissed on the discovery that their showing as to the bank's liabilities and resources was wrong. This Haines kept a secret, only telling the Merchants National bank of Port land, which encouraged him to con tinue. Bad luck with the electric power plant, of which he Is owner, added to his burden. Haines took a hot shot at R. M. Dooley, president of the First Nation al of this city, passing the lie to him and charging him with deceiving the people in regard to the Haines bank. Haines wept bitterly time and again and the audience that packed Verts' hall seemed to sympathize with him. He said the bank's resources were about J 105.000 and its liabilities $75,- 000. W. B. Haines made a speech In his own defense. A committee composed of E. W. i Haines. W. K. Newell. H. J. Goff, W. H. Holds, C. F.Clapp, B. H. Laughi lln, S. G. Hughes, Charles Roe and L. J. Corl was elected by the depos itors to make a settlement. H!TT IS OUT FOB LEGISLATURE ATUEKA MAJT ANNOUNCES , HIS CANDIDACY Take Statement Jio. 1 for Ilk) Plat form, A He Dkl Two Years Ago la a popular ClUen and Ilia Re election by a Handsome Majority Is Predicted. Charles A, Barrett of Athena, who represented Umatilla county In the leciMluture at the last aesslon, has announced hU candidacy for reeled tion and Issues an excellent atatement setting forth hit views and principles. He unqualifiedly Indorses State ment No, 1 and the popular election of United States senators and goes before the voters of Umatilla county on that platform. Inasmuch as Mr. Barrett was elect ed by a large plurality on that plat form two years ago and made an ex cellent member of the legislature, it Is believed by his friends that he will be wgain elected by even a larger vote. Mr. Barretts announcement at follows: I hereby announce myself as a can dldate for representative In the leghv lature subject to the choice of the r' publican primary nomination and promise If nominated and elected, to use my best endeavors to represent all the people to my best ability. I reserve to myself, as well as concede to others, .the rignt to sup port whoever I please In the pri maries for state and couniy officers and republican nominees in the Ken eral election. I am in sympathy with and believe In the direct primary law and endorse the provisions of State ment No. 1, believing that the Intent of the primary law Is for the pepole to select their own choice' for United States senator. There are in round numbers some 100,000 voters In this state and the majority selection would necessitate some individual voters chosing some one person. In that event I would heed the wishes of the majority, al though such person might not be my AMUSEMENTS individual choice for senator. I stand upon my former record and having lived In Umatilla county for 35 years, I believe I am fully con versant with the wants of the county and that the people at large may ex press their choice as best suits them, I submit my candidacy for their con sideration. C. 'A. BARRETT. TEA ' We want your goodwill and your money; not one cent without that good will. tnr rroctr relartii yoor money If ro 4o1 Ski ScblUinf ' Best: pi J him. Do You Get Your Portion of the Cream ? Are you absolutely certain that your milk is free from dirt or infection and that it is handled in a clean, sanitary manner? The only way to procure good rich, clean milk not that with the cream poured off is to get milk in bottles. That is the Kind We Sell; Pendleton Creamery Co. Phone Main 155 i i Our Business is Banking. We devote all our time, attention and energies to it. Very naturally we want your patronage. What we have to entitle us to It Is absolute safety, whole-hearted attention to your needs, courteous and prompt attention to you. If you want to deposit, loan or borrow money call and talk it over with Us. Commercial National Bank UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. The presentation of Morrie B. Streeter's little comedy drama, "From Rags to Riches," brought ovlt a crowded house at the Oregon theater last night and this pretty little play promises to be a drawing card dur ing the entire first half of the week in which it will be presented. As usual Mr. Streeter and Miss Bryan took leading parts, having re turned to active work after a brief acation. The play was well pre sented throughout and was hugely enjoyed by one of the best houses that has been seen at the Oregon this winter. One of the hits of .the evening was made by Streeter and Bryan In the latest New York success, "Just Be cause He Couldn't Sing, Love Me and he World Is Mine." They were en cored a half dozen times In this de lightful little success. Six chorus numbers in which the entire com pany took part, were also highly en. ved aH(J were recalled several times. "FrdTD Ra(3 t2 Riches" will be the bill until Thursday even;ng, when "The Flag of Truce," another of Mr. Streeter's excellent plays, will be pre sented. It will be the bill for the last half of tf 3 week. As announced Saturday evening -In the East Oregonian, the curtain at the Oregon will rise promptly at 8:15 hereafter and the plays will end by about 10:30. "From Rags to niches." will bo the bill until and including Wednesday night. The Eagle show shop has a fine lot of moving pictures for today, ana the balance of the week. They are all in coloring and the Illustrated songs cannot be beat. The pictures are drawing well at this popular place. The Star theater will open this week with a burlesque show, some thing that has never been seen here before. The management has fixed up the stage and put In a number of Improvements. Some clever people have been engaged, and besides the moving pictures which have been en- Joyed there a good burlesque Is as sured. The tlme has been drawing ' the usual large crowds the past week and some very, fine pictures have been shown, among them being the story of "All Rabl and the Forty Thieves" In beautiful colors. "The Troubles of a tramp." "The Twin Brothers' Joke" and others. There will be the usual change thls week with a new set of pictures. DEATH OF MRS. BARXAKD. Si.-nor of G. A. Robblim Passes Away in Seattle Remains May be Brought Here for Burial. Mrs. W. N. Barnard, sister of G. A. Robbins, circulation manager on the East Oregonian, died in Seattle yes terday from the effects of stomach trouble. She was 38 years of age and had lived in Pendleton for many years. Her. husband is a printer and learned the trade upon the East Ore gonian. They left this city H years ago and have been living In Seattle during the past few years. Aside from her brother hete, the deceased leaves a sister,' Mrs. Dili McCanna, of Seattle, her husband .and two daughters. O. A. Robbins left today on train No. 1 for Seattle and stated that his sister's body may be brought here for burial. To Survey FreewHter Boundary. Counfy surveyor" J w KlmbreU left today for Freewater where he has been engaged to resurvey a portion of the boundary of the town Which Is In dispute. He Will be engaged there today and part of tomorrow In com pleting the work. "Better'n a Stove" WARM WOOL SWEATERS Only a few remain, but they ars of excellent quality. $3.00 to $5.00 Sweaters, all colors, weights and styles going fast for . . . . ROOSEVELT'S BOSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save. Brown Xoi a Candidate. O. W. Brown, who was a candidate for the office of sheriff two years ngo and who It was thought would be A candidate before the primaries this year, announced lo the East Ore gonian today that he will not be a candidate, for the place this year under any circumstances. He Is en gaged In contracting In this city and docs not. care to embark In the doubt ful qu'-st 'for office aga'n. David Warfleld. the American ac tor, will go to London during the sum mer to appear In the English metrop oils' this fall. Ill With Meningitis. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Mathes of Echo was brought to the city Saturday evening, suffering with spinal meningitis. -It is some what Improved today and it Is not thought the case will prove to be seri ous. Dr. O. S. Holslngton Is attend ing it. Death at Poor Farm, W. H. Brown, an old man at the poor farm, died Satunday night at 9 o'clock from the effects of consump tion. He has relatives in tne easi ana an effort Is being made to locate them before holding the funeral. Dr. Flti Gerald Is III. Judge Thomas Fitz Gerald left Sat urday for Gervais, where his brother, Dr. Fits' Gerald, Is very 111. During Judge Fitz Ferald's absence the re corder's office Is being conducted by John Huiley, Jr. Current Literature Club. The next regular meeting of the Current Literature club will .be held on Friday, February 14, at the home of Mrs. J. F. Robinson, on Jackson street. IF YOU'RE WEAK and run down at this season of the year you can expect to suffer from Chill, Colds, Grippe or a spell of Stomach and liver trouble. There fore be wise and build up the entire system by the use of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It has a reputation of 51 years' stand ing as proof that It can cure Poor Appetite, Belching, Heartburn, Sour Rising, Indigestion, DysiiepKlu, Co tivenws, BHUonsness, General Weak ness and Ftwale III Try a bottle. All druggists. MUCH GRAFTING AT I1AKER CITT But Its Not the Kind Honey and Folk Make War Vpon. There Is going on now In this town the greatest lot of grafting that has ever been known here, says the Ba ker City Democrat. It Is not, how ever, the kind that has caused such excitement In St. Louis, San Fran cisco and other places 'which has brought down the Ire of the people and the merciless persecutions by Folk and Heney on the perpetrators, but h most beneficial work, the skill ful but simple operation of grafting eelocied scions onto seedling apple roots. The Sunnyslope Nursery Company which was organized last fall, has been steadily at work for the past month preparing stock for their nur sery, which will be located three miles northeast of Baker. The work of grafting Is being done by Mr. C. T. Smith, the nursery company super intendent and two assistants, all of whom have had many years experi ence In the east. They have now prepared about 30,000 grafts and the work will continue until the stock of seedlings and scions are exhausted. where they will have about 78.000 Ltrees ready to set out when the right season or the year comes, which will be some time In April. Lost A gold belt buckle, nmythlst settings, with white ribbon belt at tached. Finder please return to Mrs. Thomas Warner, 415 Water street, and receive reward. PENDLETON GETS IT This Is the season of the year when coughs and colds become trouble some. As we say, "Its lingering and becomes stubborn." If the people of Pendleton only knew how healing and soothing our Sunshine Syrup of White Pine Is, they would not hesi tate one moment but purchase a small bottle and notice the quick results. This Is not a patent medicine. The ingredients are perfectly harmless. It quiets the cough and stimulates the removal of all excessive phlegm. Don't forget that It is for sale only at F. G. DONALDSON'S, Reliable Druggist. Known For Its Strength The First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon O- Designated United States Depository Established 1882 Has operated under the National Bank Act for more than a quarter of a century, making five statements of condition each year, besides undergoing semi-annual examinations by Federal examiners. To day its business ' is larger than ever in its history. It invites new business on the basis of its strength and security.- Courteous treatment, progressive methods and a careful consideration of your require ments are assured. SECURITY NOTARY PUBLIC We make out. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, ; WILLS, rOtVF.ll OF ATTORNEYS. Have your Notary work done by a reliable Notary. FRANK D. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St.. Pendleton, Ore.