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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORgQOS. TTEKDAY, MAY 12, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. ; i II ri til May Sale Bargains in Ready-to-wear Department 2nd Floor $25, $35 and $45 tailor made suits at 1-3 off. Your choice of any suits regularly selling at $25. $35 and $45 now 1-3 off. The best made, best fitting, and mosl stylish suits nf ffio cos or. :nLJJ n i " i vr mw jMJwt uicmuuucui vuiic ana mane an early selection. Alterations free. . Ladies' tailored shirt waists in mercerized vest ing and madras, figured white and white with Mack olka dot, lonr sleeves, all sizes and several different styles, regular $2.35 and $2.:0 waists for, each $1.29 White shirt waists of India linen, lonr and short sleeves, button back and some with but ton fronts, lace and embroidery trimmed, slightly soiled from showing, odd sizes in a number of different patterns, regular values from $1.25 to $2.50 for, each. . .' 79c Lawn kimonas in full length Japanese styles, full shirred backs and fronts, large sleeves, all colors, plain and large figured designs, trimmed in bands of contrasting materials, regular $1.25 kimonas for SoC Short lawn kimonas in light and dark figured lawns, with scalloped collars and cuffs and V-shapod necks, loose kimona sleeves, fast colors, all sizes regular 75c kimonas for 49c Ladies' eravenette rain coats, guaranteed rain proof, full length, latest cuts in gray and tan and black, one of a kind, all sizes neatly trimmed with stitched straps and tailored buttons, regular $15 to $25 values, for $9.95 Spring jackets in all the new desirable colors, tans, stripes and checks, box backs, semi-fitted and tight fitting, some unlined and others lined with good quality satin, regular values up to $12 for, each $4.95 Ladies' white underskirts of good qualit- mus lin, deep flounces of lace and embroidery, and dust ruffles underneath, good width, several different patterns to choose from, regular S5c and $1 values for (J5c Ladies' white underskirts of finest long cloth, with twenty-four inch flounce of insertion and deep embroidery and lace edging to match, hemstitched dust ruffles, extra wide skirts, regular $3.50 values for ... $2.15 Ladies' muslin drawers in good quality muslin, deep hems and clusters of fino tucks, extra wi.le, regular 35e drawers for, each..l9c Muslin drawers with lawn flounces trimmed in lace and three rows of insertion; good width, French finished top, regular C5c values for 40c Corset covers of long cloth, full gathered fronts, fine tucked yokes and finished at top with narrow hemstitched ruffles and beading with riblion, regular 35c values for 21 C Corset covers of best grade long cloth, elaborate ly trimmed in fronts and yoke with heavv lace insertion and finished at top and arm hole with lace beading and edging to match, dainty and serviceable corset covers, regular S5c values for 57( Muslin gowns, slip-over styles in lace and em broidery yokes, short sleeves with lace edsred ruffles, extra long and full, seams well fin ished, regular $1.50 gowns 95c Ladies' gowns of best quality long cloth, slip over styles, with butterfly sleeves, trimmed in rows of insertion and edgiug to match, deep yokes with beading and ribbon at top, full length and width, regular $2.50 gowns, for $1.75 Children's spring jackets from 2 to C years, in red, blue and tan, trimmed in narrow silk braid on cuffs and collars, several different styfos worth up to $3.50 for, each ..59c The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons CLOWN S (JURAT NCMUKIt OF ITNXY YOIUCKS COMING Clown In Funny Acta Will He Scon In Every Dfrmion Singly and In Group the Lniiglmiakers Will An pciii' Huif a Thousand People With the Circus Forty IK mi bio length Curs. Realizing that the public la partic ularly interested In the clowns with a circus, Norrls and Howe hnv . gaged for their big circus, museum, menagerie, hippodrome and congress of nations the greatest number of famously funny Yorlcks that has ever been seen with a tented organization. On entering the menagerie one will ecounter clowns In funny acts, and on entering the main or big tents of the show, clowns will be In evidence everywhere, in twos, threes and and groups, and all working hard for tho amusement of all that attend the big show. Among the clowns are To- to Ducro, the clown that Invented the famous burlesque bull fight, the rab bit hunt, the burlesque menage horse act and scores of other amusing acts: rat Lawson, the clown to look at Is to laugh; Silver Smith, the elongated Andrew; Ike Orton, the fat policeman, Willie Slmms, the diminutive panta loon; Oscar Pepper, straight from Kentucky; HI Hussell, Skinny Gllson, Hill Carpenter. Barry Hodskln. and scores of other funny fellows uuring the engagement of the big circus in San Francisco the past win tor, which extended over a period of 34 days, and at which time the Great er N'orrls and Rowe circus played to 279.R73 paid admissions, these clowns were one of the main features of the how. Never before under one tent have so many good clowns been seen, There are over 200 circus cham pions with the circus; most of them European reputation and all stars in their respective lines. There SINCERE THANKS. If You Have Catarrh, Asthma or Ilron. chills, Head What Thankful People Say AlHiut llyoinel. Mrs. M. A. Drake, Utlca, N. Y., writes: "I could not speak above a whisper. I Inhaled Hyomel, and It (,:ive me Instant relief. Hyomel will tire Catarrh and Bronchitis If used us directed." Lndwlek Edwards, 1323 Madison avenue, Columbus, O., writes: "I will lot you know what your Hyomel In haler did for me. It cured me of my Lronchltls all right. I feel very thankful to you for your valuable medicine." Mrs. Ilertha Weekly,' Pleasantvlllo, Pa., writes: '"I want you to know I used your Hyomel for Hay Fever with good results, having suffered with It for many years, and this Is the firs', thing I ever found that ever gave me any relief." Hyomel will cure Catarrh, Bron chitis. Hay Fever,' Asthma, Coughs or Colds, and TaPman & Co. will give you your money back If It don't. It Is a pleasant remedy, and gives relief instantly. Just breathe It in through the pocket Inhaler that comes with every $1.00 outfit. Extra bottles for subsequent treatment are only 50 cents. 550 persons with the show and over 350 beautiful horses. It requires 40 double length cars to transport It from city to city. A grand parade, which Is said to be a new and novel one. will take place on the morning of the ex hibition at 10 o'clock, rain or shine. rne Greater Norrls & Rowe circus win exhibit at Pendleton Thursday, aiay n. WOOD OR BRICK? ation of this city approving the plan of re-openlng. President Meholln of the bank, was called and he stated to the court that June 1 would be about the earliest date possible to make all the volum inous records necessary and get ready for the bank to proceed with busi ness. ohn Eagleson was called to testify ah to the amount of deposits for which extensions had been signed. He stat ed that they exceeded $860,000, that the resources of the bank are figured at $1,056,000 after deducting $50,000 doubtful paper and eliminating the surplus fund, and that the directors would be prepared to pay all possible cash demand that would be made up on the opening of the bank and still have left over $220,000 In cash In the vaults, with a good surplus after mak lug the first payment of 10 per cent on extended deposits should all of them be demanded at once. He stated that real estate resources had been figured at the amount at which they were carried on the books of the bank and took no account of Increased values. He stated that the officers believed they would have no difficulty whatever In conducting a regular banking business and In pay Ing all demands. Now Just see Japan, Tbough auch a small man, He'a going to swipe All the trade If he can. There's no denying the fact that Japan la a big factor In commerce. We are also making bag Inroada upon the clothing patronage of the public Our trade la constantly Increasing owing to the fact that we never take any unfair advantages. For food treatment and high quality goods, at reasonable prices, come to us. Bond Brothers Uading Clothiers PREPARED Lime and Sulphur Spray READY FOR USE I gaL makes 10 of Spray, by mixing with cold water The Pendleton Drug Co. Man Zan Pile Remedy, price 50c 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. RESMC ES OF I NOTl GOVERNORS OF 46 STATES IX CONFERENCE Meeting Called by President Roosevelt for Iurpose of Coiishlering tlie Conservation of the Country's Re sources, lroiiil."es to He a Great Success Many Leading Thinners and Economists Will He Present Washington, May 12. Many dis tlnguished men arrived in Washing ton to participate In the conference called by President Roosevelt, to be gin tomorrow and continue through several days, when methods of con serving the country's natural resour ces will be fully threshed out. In addition to the governors of sev eral states, and the heads of several great industrial, commercial and civic; bodies, the congress will be addressed by William J. Bryan, James J. Hill John Mitchell and Andrew Carnegi who were specially Invited by Presi dent Roosevelt. The members of the conference will be entertained at a dinner at the White House this evening. The ses sions of the conference will begin th following morning In the historic east room of the White House, and will continue for three days. Two ses skins a day will be held. . President Roosevelt will deliver the opening ad dress, and it is probable that he will preside at the sessions of the confer ence. This will be the first time In the history of the country that a confer ence of this importance has been held In the east room, or In the White House at all. Substantially, It will be the first time that the president of the United States and the governors of important states have been called Togetner to consider matters of ex treme public Importance. The Indications now are that the ca pacify of the famous east room will ie testea, as eacn or the governors will be accompanied by three dele gates from his state and about 40 great national organizations will be repre sented at the conference. To add to the numbers, cabinet officers, mem bers of the United States supreme court and members of congress have been invited to attend the sessions. It will be, In its personnel, one of the most notable conferences ever held in America. MANY EXCURSIONS. COFFEE . What is essential to food coffee? Good bean ground fresh, and a woman of common sense. obi frtcM ntmru. rw MMf if ra 4m tta tchilUaf 't Btl; mt klm. . O. R. & X. Grants Reduced Rates on All Its Lines. For the annual session of the grand bodies of the I. O. O. F. of Washington to he held In Walla Wal a June 1 to 4, Inclusive, the O. R V Co. will grant 1 1-3 fare for th round trip. The O. U. & X. will give a rate of 1 1-3 fare for the round trip to Spo kane for the Washington state meet ing of the Knights of Columbus, May 3 SO. Certificates will be signed by .Secretary H. J Carrigen of the asso elation, and may be Issued three days prior to the opening day. One and a third fare will govern for the round trip to Albany, Oregon, for the sixth annual meeting of the Ore gon Rural Letter Carriers' association to be held May 30. Certificates will be signed by Secretary John H. Goins, and may be Issued three days in ad vance. ine annual Pioneers' picnic, to be given at Weston, Oregon, May 28. 29 and 30, will have a rate of - 1-3 fare for the round trip, certificates to bear the signature of Secretary J. M. O'- Harra of the Pioneers' association. The opening of the Twin Falls-Sal mon River Land & Water company's tract will occur at Twin Falls. Idaho, June 1. The O. R. & N, Co., has granted a rate of 1 1-3 fare to Hunt ington, plus $14, to Twin Falls, Idaho, and return, under the following con ditions: Continuous passage In both directions, with a final return limit of 10 days from' date of sale. $100 Reward, $100. The readers of this rxirwr will ha niaH to learn tbat there la at leut nn AtmAa disease tbat adence hae been able to care In :i Its itcps, and that la Catarrh. Haifa Catarrh Core Is the only positive cure now known to the mmtlral fr.t.r. nltr. Catarrh being a conatltatlonal dis ease, rtqulrea a constitutional trMtmnt Hall's Catarrh Core la taken In t nrni II acting directly upon the blood and mucooa J. Langley, Hermiston; W. B. Mitch ell, Portland; M. O. Jalenko, New York; E. J. Collins, Chicago; George Hansan, San Francisco; Mrs. Robin son. Li Grande; J. A. Rnxter. Walla Walla; Miss May Woods, Boise City. Golden Rule Hotel. J. C. Lent. Cecil Ore.; G. W. Proeb- stel, Weston; Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Thompson, Echo; V. R, McRoberts, Spokane; F. Rahe. city; C. T. Bovn- ton, Vale; A. W. Dowan, McKay; W. It. Cody, Spokane; C. L. Smith, W. II. King. C. A Swanson, Echo. I TewMon Is Still Puzzled Over Paving Question. Tne Lewiston Tribune says of the contention over the relative values of wood and brick as paving materials The merit of wood block pavement was presented to the city council last A. A. Elmore, state lecturer and or- nignt in a statement made by Mr. ganlzer for the Farmers' Educational Whiting, representing Thorsen, Fish- and Co-operative Union of America Is er fcjnornsen Co., agents for ave-lnow touring the counties of Crook, inarlum carbolineum treatment for Grant and Wheeler In an effort to wood, when he offered on behalf of form local organizations. nis firm to install a pavement here anil Kuarantee to keen th first class condition for the period of The CaUAe nf Mnnv 10 vpni-n I He stated that estimating on a ba sis of 50,000 yards of pavement to be installed here, the saving to properay I There is a disease prevailing in this owners by the use of wood instead of I country tnostdangerousbecans'podecep i ..i i. . . I lit n in vj . : - w i . Sudden Deaths. PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY By Drinking Um Home Product, the Famous $500 BEER Guaranteed Absolutely Pure. Try a caw for family use For sale at all leading ban. CITY BREWERY 8CHCLTZ ft 8TRICKER Phone Main 6X8. brick would bp $20,000 to $30,000. He s:i!d that further 80 to 85 per cent of the cost of Installing the wood block would be a local outlay, thus keeping the money at home. He said that t- e cost of a complet ed wood block street here would be $3.10 to $3.1.1 per square yard and and that this would represent a sav imk or annul bu cents a yard over trick. Don't cough your head off when you can get. a guaranteed remedy In Bees Laxative Cough Syrup. It Is es peclally recommended for children as It's pleasant to take. Is a gentle lax ative thus, expelling the phlegm from that a sufficient bond would be given I hreak down and waste away cell by cell tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or r- apoplexy are often I tue result of khl- Iney disease. If kidney trouble is the kidney-poisoned blood will at. As to the guarantee of the malnten- I tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of ance of the street. Mr. Whltlnsr said l"e bladder, or the kidneva thenim-lvM tne system, for coughs. coKH. oup whooping cough, hoarseness and all bronlr-hlal trouble. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros, Girls Itext Students. According to statistics compiled In the registrar's office in the U. of O. the organization of club girls at the university outrank the boys' organ' iza '.Inns' standing, says the Eugene guard. In fact, it Is said, that the girls are better students In the uni versity as well as In the high schools. I he Kloshe Tilacum c ub took first place In the ranking, the other organ- zatlons coming closely bunched Just behind. The dormitory, It Is said, will rank probably only as an average, iiougn the grades for that group have not been compiled. under terms approved by the city at torney. He said he had been Informed the wood here would cost about $13 a thousand but that he was inclined to believe the cost would reach $18 to $18 for the class of wood he would desire to use. HOISE MAXli TO OPEX. .June 30 days' trial $1.00 Is the offer on Pineulea. Relieves Backache, Weak Back, Lame Back, Rheumatic pains. Best on sale for Kidneys, bladder and blood. Good for young and old. Sat- satlsfactlon guaranteed or money re funded. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. I'ixed by Court ns Date of R. sumption of Unships. The Boise Capital News says of the leopenlng of the Capital State Bank of Holse, which closed during the fi nancial flurry of the past winter: At the public hearing ordered this morning by Judge Wood on the appli cation of the directors for the dis charge of the receiver of the Capital State bank, there was not a protest made upon the part of any one. On the contrary, a communication was filed from the Clearing House assocl- Bladder troubles almost alwava result from a derangement of the kidnevs and a cure is obtained nuickest bv a tironpr ueauneiu oi me Kidneys. II you are led in? badly you can make no mistake hv taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tlw grcai jtiuney, nvcr aim biatuter remedy. It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it. and over. comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through the day, and to get up many times durinr the night. The mild and the extraordinary eftect of Swamp-Root is soou realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and i sold by all dmctrists in fiftv-cent nn-t one-dollar size bottles. You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil tner & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name.Swatnp Root, Dr. Kilmer's SwaniD-Root. and the acmress, Binghamton, N. Y., on every mil lie aurfacea of the aystem. thereby deatrorlnv the foundation of th disease, and giving the patient atrencth br bulldlnir nn h constitution and assisting nature In doing Ita work. The pronrletora have offered One Hundred Dollars for any caae tbat It falla to care. Bend for list of tMtlmnni. els. Addresa : V. 1. CHENEY CO., Toledo, O. Sold br all Drngglata, 76c. Takt riaM'a Famllv Pllla far mk.Hu. tlon. HOTEL ARRnVALS. Heroic Indian Gets Medal. Jacob Chlpps, the Indian who struggled In the sea trying to save his daughter and her child, was present ed with a medal for bravery by the Royal Humane society of London Wednesday evening. It was an Inter esting event which took place In the A. O. U. W. hall at Victoria. B. C. Captain Dallam of the human society pinned the medal on the- brave In dlan's breast. Hotel St.. George. L. J. Chapman, . Seattle; ' E. A. Davis; John C.ancy, Portland; W. E. Stull, Portland; E. B. Jemlson, Port land; W. J. Coulter, Toronto; H. A. Bronson, Walla Walla; H. Bamber ger, Portland; X. B. Dewey, Chicago; Guy H. Jones, Dayton; Maud Whls- ler, Mt. Pleasant; Mayuse Whisler, Mt. Pleasant; B. L. Keatts, Spokane; George McOllvery, Spokane; J. Peters, Portland; E. H. Burke, Portland; H. Here comes the spring winds to cnap, tan and freckle. Use Plnesalve Carbollzed. (Acts like a poultice) for cuts, sores, burns, chapped skin. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Notice to Public Having disposed of my Implement store In this city, all parties knowing themselves Indebted, to me please call and settle their accounts. FRED WEBER. Wanted, at Once. ' Good clean rags; market price paid. East Oregon Ian office. laa -arn at'. J'A.FOLGERfc . at MB at & Sunshine in every tin of Folg'er's Golden Gate Coffee SOLD ON MERIT J. A. FOLGER & CO. tV!bh4 1630 SAN FRANCISCO Cet.theaBest Good Dry Wood and the BEST KIND Or COAL. PROMPT DELIVERY. W. C. MINNIS Leve orders at HENXTXG'S CIGAR STORE Opposite People Warehouse THONE MAIN . unr apeciaity 16 the Family Trade We are fully preDared to fur. nlsh you the best of lard, sau sage and fresh, smoked or cured meats and fish each day. Central Meat Market Carney A Tweedy. Telephone Main 13. Our gparkllnu. tomDtlnir untuSMncr beer and soda water la nronoim.H the purest and best for thirst quench ing purposes; 24 bottles of her or soda delivered to your home for only J.UV. JOHN CACEN Eagle Block. Court StrAt PASTIME PARLORS. RUTHERFORD MOLITOR. P A quiet resort for the healthful exer cise of BOWLING, POOL AND BILLIARDS. Only flrst-ciaaa table n.t Cigars, confectionery, tobacco, .n soft drinks.