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DAILY EAST ORSGONIAIf, FEITDLETOlf, OREGON. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1008. PACDB IITE MEN'S SHOES At the Bankrupt Stock Sale Again we want to mention the fact that we have by far too many Men's shoes. We want to reduce the stock one-half--We bought them at 56c on the dollar and have placed the following prices on them. $2.00 AXD $2.50 SFIOES, BAXKKUIT PKICE $1,23 $3.00 SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE SK78 $3.50 SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE SI. 97 $1.00 SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE 52.(55 $4.50 SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE J 52.85 $5.00 SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE .'. 52.95 $0.00 BAXISTER. SHOES, BANKRUPT PRICE $3.45 y We have all styles and kinds, Dress Shoes, Work Shoes Outing Shoes and Oxfords in all leathers. Don't Forget. Ladies and Children's Shoes go accordingly. f. E. LSveugood & Co. Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. PERSONAL MENTION City Brevities Ice cream at Hohbach's. Billiards and pool at Hennemans. aii kindi of rood dnr wood. See Mlnnls. See Mlnnla for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of it on band. Wanted To rent cottafe of or eight rooms. Inquire this office. Just arrived and set up, new bll Hard and pool tables at Henneman's. Dressed chickens every day at Stark Poultry Hous 'Phone black J7S1. Singer Sewing Machines sold or rented. See Hensley, 121 W. Court . street Unfurnished housekeepings rooms for rent Enquire at East Oregonlaa office. New and first class. Billiard and pool tables at Henneman's cigar stor. No kids. Fine store and office room for rent East Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. . All kinds of transfer work done Dremotlr. Stansberry Milne, Phone Main I. Wliard 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 Safety Insurance Gasoline Stoves are approved by the National Board of Fire Underwriters. Made right works right Sold by Goodman Hard ware Co. $50 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 yean. ENTERTAINMENT ABANDONED. (onimcri'liil Club Will Not Give Bene fit for GyniniiHlmn. That tht-re will be no Commercial association entertainment this spring was announced todny by Mark Moor house, chairman of the Rymnaslum committee. The decision to abandon th proposed entertainment was taken bernii.ap of difficulties In nrrnnRlnpr a We will commence Monday morning to mark all our fine Hand Painted China at cost. See our window. Now Is your opportunity to pick up a snap, as it all must go, for we are going out of the china business. Louis Hunziker Jeweler and Optician. 726 Main St. program and a general lack of en thusiasm on the subject. During the past three years enter tainments have been given annually for the benefit of the Commercial as sociation gymnasium and the money derived therefrom has done much to wards financing the gym. What dis position will be made of the gymna sium In the future Is as yet a problem. GOVERNOR CHAMBERLAIN'S ITINERARY ARRANGED Will Deliver Seven Political Speeches in Tills County Friday and Satur day. Governor Chamberlain Is now slat ed for, seven political speeches In this county all to be delivered on Friday and Saturday of this week. Upon his arrival here Friday the governor will be taken by -auto north ward and will speak at the different towns along the line as follows: At Adams, 10 a. m. Friday. At Ahena, 1:30 p. m. Friday. At Weston, 4 p. m. Friday. At Free water, 7:16 p. m. Friday. At Milton, 8:30 p. m. Friday. At Pendleton, 2:30 p. m. Saturday. At Echo, 8 p. m. Saturday. The governor's address here will be delivered at the fair pavilion and will be in the nature of a large open air rally. Independent Ticket. Independent candidates for district attorney, representative and Joint rep resentatlve have now been brought forward and petitions are now being circulated and will be filed before May IS, when all Independent candl dates must be listed. For district attorney R. J. Slater will run against G. W. Phelps, repub lican nominee, while W. T. Shaw of Milton, will run against L. L. Mann for representative and Joe N. Scott will race against T. J. Mahoney for Joint representative. According to Will M. - Peterson, deniocralc county chairman, all three gentlemen have declared their wlll- ngness to run and will accept Inde pendent nominations. OREGON AGAIN FILLED. "The Girl I Left Beldnd Me" Will Be Seen for Last Time. The Oregon theater was again well filled last evening for the second pro ductlon of ::The Girl I Left Behind Me," which Is so well presented by the Streeter-Bryan company, and to night this play will be presented for the last time. This is a military production with a pretty romance running tnrougn the soldiers, Indians, call to war and all making It very sensatloal through out. It Is one of the best attractions yet presented by the company. With the clever lot of performers the man' agement has at this time the company Is strong, with Miss Bryan and Mr, Streeter in the leading parts. Tomorrow night there will be change of program when "Tennessee's Partner" will be presented. This is one of the best bills on the repertoire and will run until Friday night, when the well known old play "East Lynne," will be presented for two nights by special request also for the Saturday afternoon matinee. Miss Bryan will entertain the little folks on the stage after the matinee as she has done In the past COMMERCIAL CLUB TONIGHT. Be Publicity Bureau Will Prolmbly Di-trusncd. Tonight the regular monthly meeting of the Commercial associa tion will be held and as matters of moment to the city may come up for discussion a large atendance Is de sired. While nothing In particular Is thus far slated for the meeting this even- ng It Is very probable that the propo sition of a publicity bureau will be up for discussion and those Interest ed In the same should be present. Tho Dalles Chronicle Is boasting of ripe strawberries. TEA The cost of good tea is so very little : only a third of a cent a cup I a cent-and-a-half or two cents for the family breakfast I Tour (Toctr raturni jam moot? II yos dost IkeScaiUInf' Beit: w. par bia. SHAMO si (Better and cheaper than Chamois skins, Looks like, iccia uric viidiiiuis, uul uuci uic wuirs. ucuu, mats Longer and Costs Less. Indispensible for House cleaning, Silver, Pianos, Glassware, etc. The genuine "Shamo,' comes from Germany. You find them in Pendleton at 'IrtaEPPEK THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Pastime Cliange. . There was a clever change of mo tion pictures at the Pastime today, among the new attractions being 'Traveling Menagerie," "Living Arm Chalr,"6 "Donkey, the Clown." "He roes of S. Bernard" and the Illustrate ed song, "Where the Swanee River Flows." All are new and up to date. and In beautiful colorings. Dime Attracts. The Dime has a change of moving pictures today, something entirely new. The pictures the past few days have been very attractive, among the best being the story of Michael Stro- groff, In the most beautiful colors. Today's change is equally as good and will continue until Friday, when there will be another change. Eagle Cliange. The Eagle show shop had a clever change of moving pictures yesterday. Something entirely new. This pro gram will continue over until Thurs day, when there will be another ex cellent change. Pa.-Hon Piny Again. The presentation of the Passion play at the Catholic church will be continued this evening and also to morrow evening. At 3 o'clock tomor row an afternoon performance will be given. For this entetralnnient school children will be admitted for 10 cents. B.VSEBAL LSOORES. American. At St. Louis St. Louis 0; Detroit 1. At Philadelphia Boston 2; Phila delphia 3. At Washington Washington 5; New Tork 11. National. At Boston Boston 6; Brooklyn 2. E. H. Brown of the Echo Register Is In town on business. Jerry Stone of Athena, Is among the county seat visitors today, D. Still of Milton, Is among busi ness visitors In the city today, Attorney C. E. Cochran of La Grande Is here attending supreme court. C. A, Barrett of Athena, is trans acting business at the county seat today. J. W. Shafer, the well known far mer, is in the city today after a load of supplies. Attorney Gustav Anderson of Baker City, is attending the session of su preme court. District Attorney Leroy Lomax of Baker county, is in the city attending supreme court J. L. Brooks of Pendleton, Is here today transacting business. The Dalles Chronicle. J. W. Fox, agent for the Hanford lands, is here from Walla Walla on a brief business trip. W. R. Taylor, of Athena, brother of Sheriff T. D. Taylor, Is in the city to day on a business trip. Attorney Leroy Lomax of Baker City, is among those attending su preme court In the city. Clyde Parkes, pitcher for the Pen dleton baseball team, went to Walla Walla today for a short visit, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McManus of Pi lot Rock, were guests of the Golden Rule while In the city last night. James Fiz Gerald and wife, of Los tlne, are guests of Hotel St. George while In the city today on a business trip. Mrs. E. E. Ripper of Echo, accom panied by her little daughter, Is in the city visiting with relatives for a short time. Charles H. Hamilton of the O. R. & N. yard crew, Is taking a few days' vacation and Frank Hoffman is working In his stead. Attorney C. M. Rader, brother of M. A. Rader, has been here today from Walla Walla. He was in attendance at the Halley memorial last night. ' John Q. Peebler, democratic candi date for county recorder, left today for the east end of the county to spend a few days campaigning. Rev. W. T. Euster, pastor of the M. E. church, goes to Sunnyslde and Ellensburg today to lecture at both places. He will return Saturday morning. Miss Buelah E. Barker of Echo, who Is getting subscriptions for the Pacific Northwest, a farm paper, for a trip east, is in me city today in the inter est of her contest Mr. and Mrs. Adoloh Neukom r. rivea rlday from Terra Haute. Ind and will visit for a week at the home of the latter's sister. Mrs. Henrv T n n . i avs jacKson street R. R. Wood, secretary of the Co lumoia iand company, and locate at Echo, came up from tha place last evening ror a brief business visit In me city. airs. rank Frazler of Pendleton. arrived in la urande yeserday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Jap H. Stev ens, to remain a week. This is Mr. Frazler's first visit" to La Grande In a period of four years. La Grande Mar, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fox of Walla Walla, arrived this morning from Nampa, -where they had been called to attend the funeral of a little nephew. They will remain in the city durln the rest of the week In the interest ft the Hanford irrigated land. Mr. Wu Will Speak. New York, May S. His excellency. Wu Ting Fang, minister at Washing ton of the Chinese empire, will speak at the tenth meeting of the Civic Fo rum at Carnegie hall tonlrht. His ubject will be "The Awakening of China." BUM May Pa3. Washington May 6. Representa tive Watson, the republican whip of ndiana. yesterday stated that he be- ieved the Vreeland currency bill, the child labor law as It affected the Dis trict of Columbia and the govern ment emnloves' HnhlHtv inn- n,,i,i k passed at this Session of congress. Mr. John Rlba of Vlnlng. Ia.. sava 'I have been selling DeWltfs Kidney and Bladder Pills for about a year nd tney give better satisfaction than any pill I ever sold." Sold by Tallman & Co., "Hand Off for Toddy. Washington, May 5. President Roosevelt will take no part In the coming national campaign. It will be dull about Oyster Bay. There will be no visiting delegations to the presi dent's house, if he can help It and he win make no speechmaklng trips. The president will meet only certain ac credited visitors. Officers Narrowly Escape. Santa Cruz. Calif., May 5. A pas senger car full of officers of the At lantic fleet suffered a narrow escape from Injury yesterday when a car returning from the big tree reserva tion where a picnic had been held, Jumped the track. Fortunately no one was Injured. Ohio Democrats for Bryan. Columbus, O., May 6. Delegates at large Instructed to vote for Bryan In the Denver convention will probably be elected by the Ohio democratic state convention, which opened here today. The business of the conven tion will not be considered until to morrow. ; ' All the news all tho time In the Orchard Fate Tomorrow. Boise, May 5. The state board of pardons today postponed considera tion of the recommendation for mer cy for Harry Orchard, sentenced to hang May 15, for the murder of ex Governor Steunenberg. until tomorrow. 17 Make the breakfast a success and the day will take care of itself. lT eth r.r CT mm Folger's Golden Gate Coffee starts the day right. Aroma tight tins Never in bulk. Sold on merit No prizes -no coupons-no crockery. Tivd Great Specials Five dozen White Lawn Shirtwaists, trimmed in lace and embroidery, the $1.25 kind, for 90c Six dozen Shirtwaists, white and colored, beautifully trimmed, our regular $1.50 and $1.75 values, on sale $1.15 Alexander Dep't Store Givers of Best Values Irrigation Talk No. 13. LEGITIMATE investment with large returns on small capital is the opportunity open to you by purchase of small tract of land under the Furnish-Coe Project Over 1500 acres will be under cultivation this Fall. The lands are now selling at $100 to $120 per acre. Present purchasers not only at this time have the advantage of this first price at which the lands are offered, (and at which they are rapidly being taken) but also have the advantage of securing allotments nearer the railroad station. Within six months this land, purely as land, will greatly increase in value. COLUMBIA LAND CO. D. B. COSTUMA, Manager Main and Webb Sts.f Pendleton, Ore. General office, Echo office, Marqaara BM'g., Portland. Opposite Depot. Hot Weather Wearables at Quit Business Prices We expect to close out every dollars worth of Summer goods within the next few weeks and our prices are cut to the lowest possible point Gauze umlervesis for ladies, from 5c up to 50c each. Gauzo drawers, lace trimmed, 21c up to 69c pair. Muslin drawers, lace or embroidery trimmed, 24c up to $2.48. Muslin gowns, embroidery and lace trimmed, 68c up to $3.98. Muslin skirts, every kind from 73c to $6.98. Corset covers, 12c tip to $2.48. Men's summer underwear of all kinds at BIG REDUCTION. Balbriggan underwear for men and boys at 19c garment. The Fair Dep't. Store Pendleton, Oregon Persian Cleaning and Dve Works UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. Ladles' and roots' clothing cleaned and pressed. Ladles' fin gar tnents a specialty. All work guaranteed. F. M. LOR1MER, Proprietor 'Phone Main It 4. Main Street, Near Bridge. J East Oregonlan.