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PAGE TWELVE. DAILY EAST OREGOXLIX, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1908. Quaker Wheat Berries Puffed and Baked It 'is only necessary to place , in oven to make crisp, the serve with cream and sugar. 15c package, 2 for 25c jj New line of Quaker Rice, Quaker Oats, Cream of Wheat, Violet Oats, Columbia Oat Flakes, Egg-o-see, Force and Giant Mush. Standard Grocery Co. Court St., Opp. Golden Rule Phone MainJ96 censed served as pallbearers: Tom Inxworth. P. Corrlgan. J. H. Doty, Wlllliim Clancy, Dee Matlock and EJ Thompson. According to those who knew Hrnmtt well, he was a likable fellow and there Is genuine regret over his death, though In view of his misfor tune they do not blame, him for end ing his life. Years ago the deceased became ad dicted to morphine through an acci dent. While a bystander at a fight in Portland he was struck upon the head by a policeman and a trepan ning operation was necessary to save his life. He was given morphine by the surge-on and It Is said became a i'tlm to the drug habit without knowing what he was using. Though he was unable to shake off the habit he abhorred It and never associated wMi others who were "dope fiends." II VIEW OF PENDLETON FINEST EVER MADE IN THIS SECTION Photographs Mad By Bi F. Gifford Attract Attention Entire City Is Shown In Detail Striking Picture of TutnOa Indian Mlton Views Are Seventy Inches Long. Two of the finest panoramic pho tograph ever taken in this section of the state have Just been finished by SOFTNESS OF SEALSKIN. la Rlrmlrd by Hamas Hnlr Where Daadraff la Eradicated. Sealskin is admired' the world over for Its softness and glossiness; and yet the human hair is equally as soft and glossy when healthy; and the radical cause of all hair trouble Is dandruff, which U caused by a pestiferous parasite that saps the vitality of the hair at Its root Newbro's Herplcide Is the only preparation that Is fatal to the dandruff germ. Without dan druff there Is no falling hair, but a lux uriant growth of glossy, soft hair Is cer tain. Scouring the scalp won't cure dan druff. Kill the dandruff germ. Thous ands of women owe their beautiful suits of hair to Newbro's Herplcide. Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps to The Herplcide Co., Detroit, Mich. Two slxea 60 cent and S1.00. A. C Koeppen A Bros. Ben Gifford. the well-known photo grapher of The Dalles and they have been on exhibit here today. One of Mr. Gifford's views Is of the cltv of Pendleton and it shows the town from above the hospital to the extreme lower edge of the city. Tne view is 70 by 16 inches and the detail Is strikingly clear. The other view shows the Presby terian church on the reservation, surrounded by tepees erected there during the revival meeting that Is now on. This picture Is large and Is one of the most lifelike things ever taken In the photograph line. The photographs were taken by Mr. Gifford with a monster panoramic camera he secured not long ago and the pictures displayed are Just as taken by the machine, there being no enlargement. For some time past Mr. Gifford has been In the service of the O. R. & N. company and his pictures are used for advertising purposes all over the country. It Is likely that the two views taken here will be used for that purpose. REMAINS OF WILLIAM BRANDT LAID TO REST. to Many Friend Pay Last Respects Unfortunate. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the fu neral of William Brandt was held from the Baker & Folsom parlors and a large crowd of friends of the dead man were out to do hl memory hon or. The funeral expenses were paid by the saloonmen of the city and a beautiful casket was secured. The service at the undertaking parlor and also at the cemetery was conducted by Rev. Charles Qulnney, rector of the Church of the Redeemer. The following friends of the de FOR LOCAL OPTION. Tctnin'runee Speukers In Pendleton Tomorrow. A big union mass meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock In the Methodist church. Mr. J. R. Nodell and Mr. E. C. Zimmerman of Portland, and others will deliver ad dresses upon the local option question now before the people of Pendleton and Umatilla county. Morning and evening at the usual hours for service they will also speak In the churches of the city; morning. Baptist and Presbyterian, evening Christian and Methodist. J. X. Scott Is At Work. J. N. Scott, candidate for Joint rep resentative as an Independent; has been in the city today from his home At Athena, in the Interest of his can didacy. While he did not seek to make the race In which he Is now en tered Mr. Scott will make as vigorous a campaign as time will permit and has strong hopes of winning. Me is pledged to statement No. 1. Miss Cronson Leaves. Miss Hazel Crosson, popular elo cution Instructor, leaves tomorrow morning for Salt Lake City, where she will visit with friends for several weeks. At the conclusion of her visit she intends returning to this city to resume her work here, but she has not fully decided upon her plans for the future. Mrs. Sarah Hamilton Dead. Mrs. Sarah Hamilton, wife of Lafe Hamilton flf Warren station, died at their horn near Warren yesterday. Death was due to consumption. The deceased iwas 30 years of age, and the funeral will be held at Helix tomorrow. Dr. Farnsworth Here. Dr. Farnsworth, formerly with Dr. M. S. Kern In the tatter's dental of fice, arrived last night from Spokane and will visit here for a few days while on his way to Salt Lake where he will I6cate. aW I SASEiA TON Tomorrow, Commencing 2:20 p.m. PENDLE Champions of the Inland Empire VS. Portland Grays Portland's Crack Independent Team MATLOCK 'GROUNDS Every loyal fan should turn out and show that they appreciate and will support the clever, clean and fast article such as they are now receiving. PENDLET09 VS. fr-7, ' PORTLAHD GREYS ' TlKW, ' m If' I FANS LOOKING FOR REST GAME OF SEASON. I'urkra AMU Uo In the Box and Strongest Team City Hum Hud for Yearn Will He. Out to Win lorlmer I In Strong Line-up Guiiie Culled ..Uil) Two contexts Willi a (irniKle Next Week. Having already won from all the ball teams of this aectlun, the Pen dleton team will play the Portland Greys here tomorrow and the fun are looking forwurd to the game with Interest. Though the visiting team is a strong one, the local rooters are now willing to back Lorlmer's stickers against anything that may come down the line and they declare that after the game tomorrow the color of the visiting team will have an autumnal hue. In the game tomorrow Parkes will be In the box for Pendleton, a fact that shows that the team will be out to wlh. Munson, a new man from Alameda, will be behind the bat, while Conrad will again play first Shockley will hold down the second bag, Van Houten, third and Lee will play short stop. In the outfield King will play left, Gray center and Baker right. Collins and Lorlmer will be on the bench. The game tomorrow will commence at 2:30 sharp as it Is necessary for the visiting team to leave for Walla Walla on the evening train. ' Week Day Games. On next Tuesday and Wednesday, La Grande will be here for two more games and other week day games have also been .scheduled. The soldiers from Fort Walla Walla will be here a week from Sunday and an effort will be made to have them here on Saturday also. Later on games will be played with Baker City. According to Manager Lorlmer, a regular league will not likely be formed owing to the failure of Walla Walla to line-up In the same. But nevertheless, many week day games will be scheduled and in reality Vague ball will be played regardless of the failure to organize. Lorimer's team Is now the strong est loca lnine the city has had In years and with the success It has had so far players are flocking to the team from all sides. SUMNER UNDER. WE AR Just a few of our "larger sellers," all of better grade and at en slble prices. Balbrlggan, Lisle, Linen, Mercerized and Light Wool. 1 Union Suits and 2 Piece Suits $ 1 .25$ 1 .50$ 1 .75 $2.00 BOSTON STORE Where you Trade to Save Pure Milk, Frco from Infection ICECREAM and COTTAGE CHEESE Pendleton Creamery Co. Phone Main 155 , TAFT AND liHYAN SAY BIRDS, INSECTS, SNAKES. Management of Sells-Floto Circus Makes Extraordinary Claim for Sonic of Tholr Exhibits. It Is claimed that the celebrated trained and , talking parrots, "Abe Martin," socal'led to honor Ken Hub bard, the Indiana cartoonist, and "Ella W." named after Ella Wheeler Wilcox, of literary fame possess the power of prophesy to a remarkable degree. These autocratic birds abide with the Sells-Floto circus, and are the Only breeding parrots In captivity. The other day to their nest In the winter menagerie of the snow ai Ve nice, "Abe" carried ana ueposuea small quantity of tea. "Eiia- in turn brought 12 Inches of a tape line (a ft.) The seers with tne circus im mediately put the two together and announced that "Taft" would be the next president. The Sells-Floto shows have a spider circus In the menagerie spiders that do acrobatic stunts, cake walk, ana feature themselves In-various ways. One big fellow namea "jeir, aner ToffHes the Drlze fighter, a few days ago spun a web and In it caugnt ana placed side by side a honey bee and a .ruin nt rve. The weD was in me shape of the letter "N." The circus seers thereupon made out from tnis that Bryan will be nomlnatea Dy nis party for president. tjih vpflr a snake wltn me ssens Floto circus shedded and with the rnst-off skin made letters that form the name of "Bryan," and the same snake with its second shedding drew horse and two small mon ey banks, meaning, according to the seers, a prediction for' raimanKH. Th KollH-Flotn 'circus with "Abe' nnd "F.iin." and "Jeff." and their prophesies will be at Pendleton, Sat urday, May 30, rain or shine. MAKE YOUR OWN STOCK FOODS BY USING SK1DOO HORSE AND CATTLE TABLETS Cruih and mix Iq feed oralt Proper dot in tablet Makes Your Stock Look Like the Top Price For Horses, Cattle. Sheep, Swin sad Fowls. They art ntdc from th eu. principle or tU coadeoMd essence of the druf. Thty don't coaUla Sawdust, Ataes, Chop Feed or Bru. Art jutt u ood when 10 years old as woea 10 day old. They comply with all pnra drol laws . 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Miss Clara Louise Thompson, who put on "The Huskln' Bee" for the high school In this city two years ago, arrived this afternoon from North Yakima and has been visiting friends thl afternoon. She Is now engaged In conducting newspaper contests and left this afternoon for Baker City in hopes of taking charge of a contest w Miss Thomnson is well known here and made many friends while In the city two. years ago. Be Sure to Compare Qualities Don t be satisfied with comparing price, compare quality as well. L. Adler Bros. & Co. and Michaels Stern & Go's Rochester made ready-to-wear Cloth ing is designed by ex perts, is made up by well-paid work peo ple in the most thorough a d con scientious manner. Suits $15.00 to $30.00 other makes $8.50 to $ 1 2.50 M IE K! ? S MAD IP MAX BAER Marriage License. Iwnied. i morriqo-o license was issued to day to Clyde Helmlck and Miss Min nie Wllloughby. Read the Eaat OmiobUb. YOUR. 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