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DAILY KA8T UHKliOMAN, PEMH.KToIt. oKKCiOW. MONDAY, Al'KlI, 13, 190. RIGHT PAGBU. !j Sweet California Oranges : Bfll -TT! I .ai III wnue iney iau 25c Per Dozen They will not last long at this price, if you want good sweet oranges, cheap, phone in your order now. Standard Grocery Co. Court St., Opp. Golden Role Phone Main 96 t Klpe Strawberries Soon. FIRST GAME MS ILL RECEIVED "CITY BREDS" DEFEATED THE "FARMERS" SUNDAY First Baseball Game of the Seaaou Was informal But Showed That Excellent Timber Is to Be Found Here Schedule of games to Be Ar ranged With I Grande. That Pendleton will have a ball tAAm that will do things this summer was Indicated by the practice game held yesterday afternoon. Though the game was an informal one and some of those on the field had but little opportunity for training, It was sufficient to show that there is good material on hand for a team. The game was between the "City Breds" and the "Farmers" and the goddess of fortune smiled upon the former. For the first two or three Innings the score was even, but one man on each team was permitted to reach home. But finally the better training of the "City Breds" began to tell and when the game was closed at the end of the th Inning the score was 10 to 1 In their fTr. The batteries yesterday were Parks, late of Walla Walla, Tardlff and Kehm, pitchers, while Conrad, Collins and Baker served behind the bat From this bunch a good battery can be developed and apparently the team this year will lack neither pitchers or catchers Aside from the three twirlers named above, Mana ger Lorimer himself is good in the box as Is likewise true of Jerry King, who held down first base yesterday- On the winning team yesterday Alexander played second base; Les ter Means third. Shockley short stop, Kphm left field. Gray center field. except while he was behind the bat. For the other team the basement were Burstatte, Lorimer and "Babe" Bean, while Carl Leonard played Bhort and the outfield was taken care of by Vlckers, Goodman and Anderson. Anderson at right played a pictur esque game, and made himself the hero of the hour by catching a fly on the river bank while In imminent danger of a swim. His hat went into the water during the act and Ander son was forced to continue the game without any headgear. Workmen are now employed in re pairing the fence about the grounds and also in getting the diamond Into good shape for use. I .a Grande Would Play. Negotiations are now on for two games with La Grande, to be played here next Saturday and Sunday, 101 lowed bv two return games at La Grande a week later. However, the team managers are now deadlocked over terms and the games may not be scheduled at this time. Strawberries will be rlpp within two weeks on the Page & Kyle ranch under the Furnish- Coe project, according to D. H. Costuma, representative of the Columbia Land company, who was in that section yosterdiiy To find berries so nearly ready for market at this early day came as a surprise to Mr. Cos- tuma, who Is an eastern man himself and until yesterday did not know that strawberries are red In Umatilla county before the snow has all disappeared from the streets of Gotham. raw TIKES THE KOLOlN hit llliigluuii Resort .Not Yet Ready. J. A. Borle of the Bingham Springs summer resort, was In the city Sat urday after supplies for the hotel. He says that the Improvements are now undpr wuv and the roads are being worked to be ready for the summer business. However, he wishes to say to his Pendleton friends that tne re sort will not be ready for a short time yet All thte available force Is now en gaged In hurrying up the Improve ments, but It was so late when he took charge of the property that It will be impossible to have it ready as soon as he wished FORMER UMATILLA COUNTY MAN SECURES HOTEL. II. C. Means, Who Hu Charge of the Well Known llostillerj. WW Re turn to Uniatlllu, Where Ho Is in t created Popejoy Was Former Resident of Pendelton awl Will Con duct tho Golden Rule In Up-to-Dat .Maimer. E. T. Wade Has Smallpox. E. T. Wade, the real estate man, has the smallpox and is quarantined at his home on, the north Fide of the river. He was taken witn tne disease yesterday and was down town when the fact that he as broken out with smallpox was discovered. Dr. Cole Is the attending physician. Last week Mr. Wade was ill with the grip ana had just recovered from a week's sickness when he was taken down with the smallpox. His case is a light one. C. E. FISHER TO PORTLND. Foot Cut Off at Kamela. An unknown worklngman who was beating his way west on No. 5 had his foot cut off under the car wheels at Kamela last night, and was taken New York, April 13. The right of while riding under the coach and partially lost his balance, one foot striking In front of the wheels. He clung to the rods of the coach, how ever, and was rescued by trainmen before he was otherwise Injured. John Popejoy has leased tho Golden Rule hotel on Court street, and Is to take charge of that hostelry on April 15. H. C. Means, the present land lord, will return to Umatilla, where he has Interests that will require his time. Mr. Popejoy is an old time resident of this county and is well known to those who came here In early days. This fact, together with the experience which both he and his wife have had In the hotel business will fit them for the management of the Golden Rule. When he left this place a number of years ago Mr. Popejoy located near Globe on the Columbia river below Portland. He was In the city several weeks ago and at that time decided to return here to live. He arrive! with his family a few days ago. Hereafter the Golden Rule restau rant will probably be under separate management nnd It has not yet been decided who will have charge of the eatln room. However. t will be continued In the Court street location and along the snme lines as Int the past The Golden Rule Is owned by T. K. Beard of Modesto, Cal., who came up from the southwest last week to look after his property. J. M. Bentley Is his Pendleton agent. Men's Clothing Squeezed, Shrunk, Withered, PRICES $12.50, 13.50, 15,16.50 SUITSH$7.50 Sizes complete from 34 to 40, All cutt, patterns and fabrics that may be desired. COLDS The very hour a cold start Is the time to check it. 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 foMow sickaeas. worry, ex pense. They never fall. Talli&ai. & Co. Leading Druggists. Well Known Young Newspaper Man Now With Paciric Mommy. e. E. Fisher, who for the past six months has been telegraph editor of the East Oregonlan, has accepted a nosition as make-uo man for the Pa cific Monthly and left for Portland with his family yesterday to enter permanently upon his duties. He has been In Portland for the past week looking over the situation and having decided to accept he came up Sunday morning to take his family to Port land. He is a capable and hardworking young newspaper man and hfci taken a resDonslble DOsltlon with the Port land magazine. He came to this city from Franklin, Indiana, last October, and himself and family have made a host of friends In the city during their brief residence here. Mr. Fish er has been especially active In musi cal circles while here and will be 1 minted greatly. Reclamation Men Here. A number of the reclamation en gineers, most of them being employ ed at the dam of the Umatilla pro ject, came up from Hermlston Satur day evening upon a brief visit, return ing on the local yesterday morning. Among them were Thomas Hawthorn. Frank C. Dlllard. Jack Culver, Roy W. Saxton. W. A. Kiddle. W. L Red- dig, E. W. Klrksey and G. w. Brown. Popular Young Lady Dead. Friends in this cltv today received word of the death of Miss Ethel Pal mer of Baker City, daughter of Rob ert Palmer, a pioneer of eastern Ore gon. She passed away yesterday after an attack of grip contracted a few weeks ago, though she had been In 111 health for a year. She was an ac complished musician, and a popular young lady In Baker City, where she had a host of friends. O. W. Palmer, of Spokane, a cousin of the deceased, Is in the city today on his way to Ba ker to attend the funeral. New Real Estate Firm at Eclio. A. H. Sunderman and H. B. Gil lette have Just organized the Pioneer Real Estate company at Echo and hereafter will conduct a real estate business at that place. As both of the members of the firm are well known they expect to do an excellent business, not only In Echo, but In all of the west end of the county. PASTIME PARLORS. RUTHERFORD & MOLTTOR, Props. A quiet resort for the healthful exer cise of BOWLING, POOL AND BILLIARDS. Only first-class tables used. Cigars, confeotionery. tobaccos and oft drink. Kunket-Gervias Case Appealed. The civil case of A. Kunkel vs. B. B. Gervlas. has been appealed to the circuit court from Justice Parkes" court, the transcript being filed sat nrrtav hv t,owp11 & Winter .attorneys for Kunkel. The suit was brought by Kunkel to collect $47 alleged to be due upon a note, but Judge Parkes' decision was favorable to Gervlas. Fire Protection for Umatilla. The town of Umatilla has Just purchased 500 feet of hose and a new hose cart at a cost of about $400 and will organize a volunteer fire company. EDUCATORS HERE CKEKMAN AND CIIITICHTLL VISIT IN THE CITY Sunerintendent Acker-man Goes to Condon ami Prof Churchill Visited un Normal As a Member of the Visiting Board Hermlston In- it',, u citntvMHful and Well SUltllf . " Attended. ' Marriage Lleerwe Issued. A marriage license has been Issued to Alvin W. Henn and Clara E. Wolfe, the former being from King county, Washington. 1 .... I Pure Milk, Free from Iwfectien ICE CREAM and COTTAGE CHEESE Pendleton Creamery Co. Phone Main155 The Commercial National Bank Calls attention to the fact that since Its organisation It has met every legitimate demand of Its customers, both depositors ana borrower., and stand. In position today to be a positive help to those needing 1U services. Its .worn statements to the government tells the story of us strength and continued growth. We Invite you to do your bank ing busine. with us. Commercial National Bank United States Depository i m Arkerman. state superlntend- nf nnhlle instruction, is visiting th. ur-himin of Pendleton today. He came up from Hermlston saturaay evening following the institute held there and he will leave tomorrow ior Condon, Gilliam county, where an in stitute Is to be held Wednesday. Prof. J. A. Churchill, city superin tendent at Baker City, wa also here yesterday, having attended the Her mlston institute in company with Mr. Ackerman and other, who had been at the Inland Empire Teachers' con vention at Pullman. During the day yesterday the two prominent educa tor, were the guest, of Messrs. Lan ders and Hampton of the Pendleton school, and they were taken upon an auto trip In the afternoon. Last evening Mr. Cnurcnui iei- i Weston, where he Mil vlilt the nor mal school today and tomorrow. He is a member of the normal school visiting board recently appointed by Governor Chamberlain and which consists of Supt. Churchill, J. M. Powers, superintendent at Salem, and W. H. Turner of Grant. Pass. It is to be the duty of the visiting i... r.i tn inanert all the normal school, during the year and to sub mit a report to the governor wnn-.i he In turn will transmit to the legis lators The renort will deal with the efficlensy of the different schools and will have an Important bearing upon future legislation. iiMmrn'tfro-n Mwtliur Successful. m.. anharn' institute held 1 I1C 1 ....... .. at uartniwton Hnturdav was very sue hotti in attendance and In the . r-iui ... Txrltfc way ii ' . in... .... v. . . 0 w- Mo..r. AiVurman. Churchill, Lan ,l,.r nnH tVpllefl In attendance Her mlston was well recognized at It's first institute and In turn the people ,u nttio Mtv did all they could to make the stay of the teacher, a pleasant one. Teachers were P'" from all of the west end towns of the WEEK'S CALENDAR OF SPORTS. Spring Season Opens With Great Ac dvlty in All Lines. New York, April 13 Among the imnortant SDortlng events on the cal endar for this week are the following: Today. Finals in the national wrestling championships of the Amateur Ath letic union In New York. Tuesday. National league opens season with New York at Philadelphia, Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburg at St. Louis and Boston at Brooklyn. Vmeriran league opens season wun Philadelphia at New York, Washing ton at Boston. Detroit at Chicago and St. Louis at Cleveland. Yale Swimming association begins tour of east and middle west at New York. Annual election of officers of Au tomobile club of America In New York. Stakes close for seven events, val ued at $40,000, at Columbus Grand circuit trottinb meet. Wednesday. Southern league opens season with l.lttle Rock at Memphis. Mobile at v-a. rrioan Knshvllle at Atlanta anrt Birmingham at Montgomery. American association opens season ,..iih Milwaukee at Louisville, i.nn- . Pltv at Indianapolis. St. Paul at Columbus and Minneapolis at Tole do- Western league opens season witn Sioux City at Lincoln, Omaha at Des Moines, and Pueblo at Denver. vrotmnniitnn racing season is scheduled to begin at Aqueduct track with running of $10,000 uaner Han dicap. College baseball Bowdoln at Har vard, Rochester University at Cornell, Hniv fross at Pennsylvania, Prince ton at Richmond, Dartmouth at An napolis, Columbia at Georgetown, Vlllanova at North Carolina Aggies, Syracuse at Washington and Lee, Trinity at University of ueorgia, Northwestern at Chicago, Missouri at Illinois. Saturday. Intercollegiate trac). meets Stan ford University and Louisiana State TTnl vprnttv. Carlisle Indian school open, track schedule with annual cross-country run. vireinia baseball league opens Its season. College baseball: Fordham at Har vnrt New York university at Cornell, Pennsylvania vs. Indians at Atlantic rttv Princeton at Georgetown, Co himbla at Annapolis, Dickinson at Franklin and Marshall. Manhattan , i,ii..i... nt West Point. Urslnus at Al bright, Gallaudet at Vlllanova, Penn utato at Virginia. Northwestern at wianonsln. Missouri at Washington iTnioritv Georaia Tech at Tennes see, Texas at Alabama, Lehigh at wuhinitfin nnd Lee. Michigan at Vanderbllt, William, at Brown. i.-. ... i i .lohruion at Work. n a inhnaon. emoloyed as expert .'..jit thn honks of the county of- flcials, commenced upon tnai ia. im .i lit now engaged In check- i - . , Ing up the accounts of tne recuiuc. office and when tnrougn men "... take UP the other offices. If you let It alone, even a bee won't sting vou. Don't allow 2STTj bowek OT CAato become con STOMACH 0 h e Bitters DITXFDQwill surely Dl I I Lm iwkeep them open. It thus prevents Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, IndiGfstion, Colds, Grippe, Female Ills and Malaria. THIS WEEK ONLY Our regular prices are conceded to be the lowest obtainable in the city, so that when a reduction is announced, it is really like raising your salary to trade at ROOSEVELT'S BOSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save Ederheimer, Stein & Co. Chicago i 1 I want my JTRAGOOJ) . Clothes" ' EVER get confused or unde cided when you read about the many kinds ot boys clothes ? Just cling to this fact. In X'-D you always get top notch values based on sheer merit. If you want to practice economy and not sacrifice one bit of quality or style, call for XT-2D. No need to shop around. Come straight here. Norfolk, and Double-Breasted suits for boys 7 to 16. Also a complete line of Russian and Sailor Blouse suits for age. 2 to 8. MEN'S SHOP !JR county.