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Easter Sale of White Petticoats.
Our great Easter Sale of fine White Petticoats,
all new handsome styles in fine Cambric and
Lawn Materials, very wide flounces of fine em
broidery, also dainty laces and insertions, tucks,
headings and ribbons.
You'll need one or two of them for wear with your new
Easter or Summer finery, reg. $4.00 val., selling now for
Pendleton Cloak and Suit House
Buy of us and it's allright
City Brevities
lee cream at Hohbach's.
White Hawiand China at Damotfa.
All kinds of good dry wood. Sea
See Mlnnla for food, dry wood that
burns. Lota of It on hand.
Graham la back at the old stand,
next to fit. George restaurant
New Davis sawing machine, sold
for $36, at 126 W. Court street.
Wanted To rent cottage of sevea
or eight rooms. Inquire this office.
Dressed chickens every 'day at
Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black
Unfurnished housekeeping rooms
for rent Enquire at East Oregonlan
Moved to the building next door
to St. George hotel Graham Furnl
' ture store.
All kinds of transfer work done
promptly. Stansberry ft Milne.
Phone Main 6.
Better than ever Ice cream soda
nnd soft drlnka at Donaldson's.
Fountain now running.
New supply of Merry Widow sail
ors, all colors and prices, Just recelv-
ed at Campbell's millinery.
Early rose, late rose, early Ohio,
white Umatilla and American wonder
seed potatoes at Demott'a.
Wizard Lawn Mowers excel. Our
prices are right. Goodman Hardware
Co. See our line of lawn hose.
Don't forget the old shoemaker
when you need shoes, as he has the
best. A. Eklund, Court street
Havlland china, crockery, glass
ware and cooking utensils la any
quantity and endless variety at De
For sale or trade, one 14-horse Pitts
trlplo gear power and one 4 -horse
well drill outfit. Call at 601 Perkins
Wanted Manager for new branch
of our business here in Pendleton
Write promptly, with references, Nor-
rls Whoiestle House, Cincinnati, Ohio.
Safety Insurance Gasoline Stoves
are approved by the National Board
of Fire Underwriters. Made right
works right. Sold by Goodman Hard
ware Co.
150 will buy an Eldrldge rotary
sewing machine at Goodman Hard
ware Co.'s. This machine Is equip
ped with ball bearing stand, light run
ning, mission oak mirror finish.
Guaranteed for 10 years.
All the news all the time la the
East Oregonlan.
Your Go d and Silver
and pay you the highest
cash price for it.
If you have an old piece
of Jewelry which is not
doing you any service
bring it to us and we will
make it over for you at a
very small cost.
Louis Hunriker
Jeweler and Optician.
726 Main St.
About SOO Head or Blooded Stock to
Be Sold April 28, 29 and SO.
Portland's annual sale of breeding
horses, the development of which in
the past few years has made this city
the distributing center of fancy stock
for the northwest, will be held at the
Lewis and Clark exposition grounds
April 2$, 29 and 30 this year, says the
Telegram. It will be on a bigger scale
than ever before and many fine ani
mals will pass under the hammer.
Nearly 300 horses will be sold. Al
ready 50 registered mareB and nearly
20 registered stallions, are listed for
the sale. This Is more registered stock
than ever offered In this section be
fore. The famous Brook Nook ranch of
Montana will have 100 head here. C.
X. Larrabee, the owner, will sell his
crack mat.ched team that raptured the
prize at the Los Angeles horse show.
They are Mlrza (2:28 3-4) and Atama
(2:27H.) His other horses will be
from Morgan stock.
One Kentucky mare will be here
that Is creating Interest among the
horsemen. It Is Mary Mlms, a 2-year-
old with a record of 2:30. She Is by
Bondsman from Serena by Allerton
and comes direct from the Blue Grass
it. Brady will sell Nick Nack
(ZAIM) and A. C. Lohmlre Is selling
Rockford (2:20). J. W. Bailey wit
offer Red Rock, a 2:20 matinee horse
and Bred Broker of North Yakima
will have his trotter Henry Gray
(2:18 1-4) here. He will sell, also,
Mlnwal (2:22 3-4). A carload of Cau
tion and McKlnney stock will be put
up on sale from the Badderley farm,
near Weston, Ore.
Because the new race track Is not
finished the sale will be held at the
exposition grounds. Among the new
Hoods will be 15 or 20 matched teams
which will probably be In great de
mand, since the Portland people have
tegun buying fancy nage. Three fine
teams have come here since the show
last fall. Blooded shorthorn. and
herefords will be on sale one day.
' One Thousand Man, $1,000.
If 1,000 men were to come In hers
and each one eat a dollar's worth, I
would have Just $1,000," said the man
ager of one of those restaurants where
each person helps himself. "On the
other hand, If I should feed 1,000 wo
men aud allow them to pick out their
own checks I might possibly have
$600, but I doubt it. Every woman is
a natural bom cheat. It seems to be
a sixth souse in her makeup to try to
get ahead of the person who provides
her meals."
The wouiau to whom these horrify
lug revelations had been made walked
away trying to evolve some plan for
emancipating her sex from the web
of dishonest propensities In which they
bad become enmeshed. Outside the
restaurant she met a man friend.
"I've Jtttl been dow n there for lunch
eon." he said "Glorious place; cheap
too. If n fellow knows his business it
is dead easy to gel n BftJ? cent meal
for n quarter. They never watch the
utou. lUt I tell you they keep n close
eye n you women."
The woman JTltn Ml ambition to re
form her sex looked back Into the
"One thousand men, $1,000," she
said, am! smiled wickedly. New York
Man Zan Pile Remedy, price 60c Is
guaranteed. Put up ready for use. One
application prompt relief to any form
of piles. Soothes and heals. Sold by
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
Mary Mannerlng April 15.
Few, if any. attractions booked in
Walla Walla for the current season
have as great an Interest for the reg
ular playgoer as the appearance of
Mary Munnerlng In her successful
American play, "Glorloug Betsy,"
by Rlda Johnson Young, author of
Brown of Harvard." Miss Manner
Ing's date at the Keylor Grand the
ater Wednesday evening, April 16,
when she will appear for the first
time In the greatest success of her
career, a play that provides her with
a Btory oof exciting and absorbing in
terest just as the author Intended.
The Shuberts have surrounded their
star with a company of unusual excel
lence and a production that all In
genuity could suggest. Following is
the story of the play: In writing
"Glorious Betsy," the author does not
go Into the darker side of Betsy's life
but deals with those days when her
name was the toast of every gather
ing of nore from Baltimore to New
Orleans. It takes us back to the Old
Sweet Springs of Virginia, when that
resort was the gathering place, for
the best in wealth and culture and
beauty of which America could boast
It is at the Springs that Betsy first
meets Captain Bonaparte, who
weary of the endless round of enter
tainment and adulation he has recelv
ed as a guest of the American nation
has traveled to thlg out of the way
place Incognito, and whatever roman
tic adventure might appeal to :
youth of 19, full of spirts and away
from restraint.
Jerome becomes Infatuated with
the reigning belle, Betsy Patterson,
and manages to have himself employ
ed during her stay there to give her
lessons In French Betsy becomes In
tensely interested In her tutor, but her
pride and ambition fight against ac
Knowicaging tnat sne could love a
man In such an Inferior position She
coquettes with htm, however, as she
does with half a dozen others. Betsv
leaves the Springs Ignorant of Je
rome's true personality, deeply of
fended with him because of his re
fusal to accompany her party to Bal
timore, where great preparations are
being made for the reception of Cap
tain Bonaparte It is here at an ela
borate fete given In his honor that
Betsy first discovers that her toutor
and the much talked of brother of
Napoleon are one Previous to this
discovery, her pride overcome by the
urdent wooing of her supposed tutor,
Betsy has confessed her love for him.
Theq are betrothed and the rest of
the play deals with the efforts of
Napoleon's agents to prevent their
marriage; their fruitless voyage to
France, where Napoleon refused to
allow Betsy to land, and the final
happy triumph of the young lovers.
No advance in prices, which will
be 60 cents, 75 cents, $1. 1.50 and 12.
The District Leader."
"The District Leader." which Is
'onilng to the Oregon on April 21 is
said to be "all the candy." It has oft-
times been said to resemble in many
respects George M. Cohan's big suc
cess, "45 Minutes from Broadwav"
It tells a melodramatic story. One
eviewer In speaking of the play
said, "The District Leader" not only
answers all requirements of legiti
mate comedy drama, coupled with
uneful, pleasing melodies, but it has
set a pace in this direction thnt la ot
east a full season In advance of any-
hlng yet offered. The story Is dif
ferent, Its action different and Its
eomery different from all others.
There Is a serious scene and then
here is a legitimate laugh, and then
there are more pathetic scenes nnd
then more laughs.
foelau(te Dee reannm
F. Cross of Echo, was a business
visitor in the city today.
H. E. Stevens of Echo, was among
Pendleton visitors yesterday,
Jerry Stone of Athena is transacting
business in the city today.
M. C. Brooke of Hcrmlston, Is a
business visitor in the city today.
Hugh Worthington of Athena, was
In the city today upon a business trip.
Attorney 8. F. Wilson of Athena, Is
transacting legal- business In the city.
J. T. Whistler, chief engineer of the
Umatilla project, spent Sunday In tho
Attorney S. D. Peterson of Milton
came down last evening upon a brief
business trip.
Lee Teutsch left yesterday for
Prescott, Idaho, to remain a short
time on business.
Dr. S. M. Strohecker came uo from
Hermlston Saturday evening upon a
professional visit.
Homer I. Watts, principal of tn
Athena schools, was a visitor here
Saturday afternoon.
Matt Mosgrove, wife and son, were
visitors here yesterday, being guests
at the Hotel St. George.
W. W. Pankey of Echo, manager of
the Eastern Oregon Telephone com
pany, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Eva Wood, one of the teachers
in the Weston public school, was In the
city yesterday visiting friends and
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Frey, who are
now at Vancouver, B. C, will return
to this city and are expected here
April 16.
"Sid" Saylor, the pioneer barber of
Umatilla, left this morning for his
home after a business trip In the
county seat.
Charles Macomber, candidate for
county recorder, left this morning for
KeliM and Hermlston In the interest
of his candidacy.
Assessor C. P. Strain left this morn
ing for Echo, Hermlston and Umatilla
where he will personally assess the
property of those towns.
C. A. Barrett, candidate for re-election
to the legislature from Umatilla
county, left for his home at Athena
today after a brief visit in the city.
Mrs. Bert Woods, of the hotel at
Wallowa river bridge on the pigin-
Joseph stage road, Is In the city visit
Ing Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McAllster fori
a few days.
Charles Kennedy, manager of the
Pacific Coast elevator at Condon, came
up Saturday for a brief visit with his
father, J. P. Kennedy. He returned
home this morning.
R. R. Collins, the prominent wood
dealer of Kamela, whose residence Is
at Freewater, passed through this
morning from Kamela to Freewater
after attending to wood shipments.
Attorney Oliver P. Morton left today
on the Spokane train for the Okano
gan country In Washington, where he
win remain several weeks to look
after the legal end of the Okanogan
Dr. F. A. Lleuallen came down
from Adams to spend Sunday in the
city. He expects to leave early in the
fall for New York, where he will take
a course In specializing In his pro
fession. Miss Diana McLaln, who has been
opendlng several days with her sister,
Mrs. John Vert, in the city, left today
for Walla Walla to resume her duties
as Instructor In St. Paul's school at
that place.
Mrs. E. P. Dodd, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Alexander for several days, returned
to her home at Hermlston this morn
ing, accompanied by her sister, Miss
Bertha Alexander.
George L Huffman, salesman for
Ruby's Imported horses, was In tho
city Saturday evening on his way from
Arlington and other Columbia river
points, on his way to his home In
Union for a few days' visit.
Dr. W. O. Fitzmaurlce, the lectur-1
er who has been In the city for sev- i
erai days, left this morning for Echo.
Hermlston and Umatilla, where he
will arrange to deliver a number of
addresses to the public schools.
Dr. Herman A. Trlppeer, one of the
leading veterinary surgeons In the
northwest, who is now practicing In
Walla Walla, was here yesterday being
called over to doctor a valuable horse
Buster Brown's Heart
is big and stout,
Especially so when
. I a pj et is anniiT
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Alexander's Dep't Store
The Home of the Sorosis
for J. Day, near this city, and to look
after other business matters.
Miss Segrld Nystrom, who has been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Enoch
Pearson for the past six months, left
Saturday evening for her home at
Savonburg, Kan., having been called
home by the Illness of her mother.
She expects to return to this city,
however, some time next year per
haps. Charles Schuman, the well known
stockman and farmer of Upper Mc
Kay creek. Is in the city today after a
load of supplies. On account of the
recent high water on McKay creek a
portion of the county road In that
section Is now in bad condition. The
farmers of Upper McKay have co
operated with the county court In the
construction of a section of road near
the McKay postofflce.
Debate on Friday Evening.
The Pendleton academy debatlnir
team is now rehearsing energetically
for the debate with the team from
Tualltln academy at the Presbyterian
! church In this city next Friday even
ing, April 17. The subject of the de
bate will be, "Resolved, that the
United States government should
adopt a system of postal savings
banks." with Pendleton taking the
negative side. The Pendleton debat
ers are Russell Blankenship, leader,
Roy Rowland and Edmund Milne.
Don't cough your head off when
you can get a guaranteed remedy In
Bees Laxative Cough Syru. It is es
pecially recommended for children as
It's pleasant to take. Is a gentle lax
ative thus expelling the phlegm from
the system. For coughs, colds, roup,
whooping cough, hoarseness and all
bronlohlal trouble. Guaranteed. Sold
by A. C. Keeppen ft Bros.
Wyoming Man Was Viciously Attack
ed by the Animal.
A. dispatch from Baggs, Wyo., says
of the killing of a monster grey wolf
While engaged in looking after hl
traps which he had set in the hopea
of capturing some coyotes, Edward
Yoakum was attacked by an enormous
grey wolf, which broke the Iron chain
of a trap and made a desperate at
tempt to reach the throat of its cap
tor. Yoakum, however, made a hasty
retreat and avoided injury. As the
huge animal still showed fight, Yoa
kum secured a large club and finally
succeeded In braining the monster.
The beast was a timber wolf pre
sumably of considerable age. as its
hide Is rather larger than common.
Its body was larger than that of a
mountain lion and was covered with
fat, pointing to the fact that the ani
mal had led a life of an epicurean on
the cattle and sheep on the largo
Snake and Bear river ranges.
This is the second wolf killed In this
locality In the last six weeks.
Metschan Now In Italy.
R. Alexander has Just received a
letter from Phlt Metschan of Portland,
who with his family Is now In Nice,
Italy, where they went from Germa
ny. The family left Oregon for a tour
of Europe last fall and In his letter
to Mr. Alexander, Mr. Metschan says
they will probably not return until
some time next October.
Mrs. Selkirk Norton. Teacher of Voice
Is open for engagements for con
certs, oratorios, teas, receptions, club,
public and social functions For
terms apply at studio, Room 19,
Schmidt building.
Diamonds and Unredeemed Pledges.
We have a large assortment of unredeemed pledges in the way
of watches, Jewelry, necklaces, watch fobs, rings and mounted dia
monds, that we are selling dirt cheap. Call and see them. The prices
will surprise you.
Sharon (Sh Eddings
Pawnbrokers, New and Second-Hand Dealers.
Byers' Best Flour
II made from the choicest wheat thtat grows. Good bread la assur
ed when BYERS' BBST FLOUR Is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled
Barley always on band.
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
Run In Series.
"And is thlg to be your last toar of
Amerlcn?" asked the reporter.
"I hope not," answered the mature
star of the dramatic world.
"But Ifg advertised ns a 'farewell.' "
"Yes, a mere farewell. It's not a
farewell farewell, yon may notices
Philadelphia Ledger.
Her "Alter Ego."
First Gossip I could tell you a pret
ty tale about Frau AYeber, but one
ought not to spenk evil of the absent.
Second Ditto Never mind. Go on.
Her pet dog Is here, you see. Humor
tstlsche Blatter.
Here comes the spring winds to
chap, tan and freckle. Use Plnesalve
Carbollxed. (Acts like a poultice) for
cuts, sores, burns, chapped skin. Sold
by A. C. Koeppen ft Bros.
Ice Cream Parlors
Sherbets, Ice Cream and Soda Every Day
Fresh Candy Every Hour

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