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kigrt page. DAILY KAflT OBKOONIAlf, PKXDLBTOH, OBBQOX. SATURDAY, JUXE 20, 1908. PAGE im MONDAY At the Big Bankrupt Sale of the Teutsch Stock. 0 Men's and Boys Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings. Ladies' Ready-to-wear Garments of. Every Description, Shoes, Gloves, Hosiery and Everything Goes at Bankrupt Prices. Don't Forget .()() Ladles' drcm sklrta, now .. $3.33 K7.0U Ladle' tire sklrta, now $4.35 $8.00 Lad leu drew) skirt, now ' $4.98 $10.00 Ladle' dress skirls, now $5.76 $12.00 Ladle linen suits, now $7.45 $12.00 Ludlt-H' In'uiitlful wldte dressc, now $7.45 $15.00 Ladle1 iM-uiiliful white dresses, now $8.95 $20.00 Ladles' beautiful wlilto dresses, now $12.45 Ladies' Tailor Suits at Any Old Price. J. E. Liveegood & Co. Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. PERSONAL MENTION W COMMISSION' NEED TO CLASSIFY THE LAWS Attorneys Complain of Unsatisfactory Comlltlini of Oregon Laws Next LegNuturo Will Ito Asked fur a Comiiils-doii 4o Codify and PublUli State Laws. Oregon Is to have a new code revls d and annotated and brought up to date, together with the constitution printed In the front as It now Is and not as it was a half century ago, says the Oregon Dally Journal. At least that Is the plan of the lawyers of the state who contend that the statutes have come to such a tangle that It Is becoming praclcally Impossible to tell what the law really Is without long and laborious search through session laws, antiquated code and In itiative enactments. Goaded by the condition which con fronts them daily In their practice of the law the members of the state bar association, and of the Multnomah County I3ar association, are planning to ndvnnre upon the legislature next January and demand redress and sur-i erase from unnecessary tribulation, j worry and work. The state association will have anj annual meeting some time during the owing to the fact that the plates of the Oregon code were destroyed in me Sun Francisco fire with the plant of the Bancroft-Whitney company, At the time of the last session ol the legislature It was said that there were less than 60 new copies of the code in existence besides those fur nlshd to the members of the legisla ture for their use during the session. It Is u question, therefore, whether there will be copies enough to go round at he 1909 session, owing to the fondness shown for the big books by the members of the legislature, the majority of whom took their books home Instead of returning them to the secretary of state. Muny New Ijftws. Aside from the fact that the code Is out of print is the further argu ment In the hands of the attorneys that the Bellinger & Cotton edition Is antiquated. Since It was compiled five or six sessions of the legislature have Intervened and several Initiative elections have been held so that per haps the majority of the statutes have been amended, some of them more than twice, others have been repealed and again enacted by subsequent leg islatures In different forms, until the City Brevities Ice cream at Hohbach's. Don't miss the wild west1 show. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. See Mlnnls for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of it on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791. Wanted Furnished house, good location. Address P. O. Bov 680, city. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, phone Main S. See Stanley Brothers' wild west Rhow at the ball grounds Saturday and Sunday, June 27 and 28. For Sale Hobart M. Cable piano, for $275; cost $450. Call 106 Blaine street or phone Red 2771. Good book case and writing desk, combined, for sale cheap at 109 Jack son street. 'Phone red 3031. Apply lawyer looking for a statute has to go I soon. through not only his code but dlf-i For Sale Nine-room cottage, good ferent volumes of session laws to find location, good order. Too large for the exact statute of any law. 1 present owner. Enquire 100 Bluff jo overcome mis tangled condition street. the Bar association will ask for the eocle commission to revise the laws and put them In convenient code form so that they will be easy of refer ence and up to date. Leading mem bers of the bar are confident that the legislature will grant their request. late summer and fall and then the matter will be given full discussion ninl a plan of campaign will be map ped out. According to the present program the association will ask the legislature for a code commission to i City Infested Wkli I'nusmil Number IIOItOKS FLOCK TO LEWISTON. revise the laws of the state and put them In good-and convenient form. It Is probable that to make sure their wishes and Ideas are carried out they will draft a bill for submission to the legislature providing for the com mission and Its work. Then commit tees w ill be appointed to bear the bill Police Arrest 50 n Week. Lewlston, Ida., June 20. Hoboes, many of the dangorous type, have In fested Lewlston this summer and have become such a nuisance that Chief of Police James Hayes has taken drastic measures to rid the town of them. During the last two weeks Chief to S.ilem. present It to the legislature. Hayes has arrested more than BO un nn.l stay by It until It has been given desirables, but still they flock to Lost Cm circus day, small tan leather satchel, containing valuable papers to owner only. Finder leave ai this office. Lost Ladles' dark leather purse containing keys and calling cards. Ke turn to Peoples Warehouse shoe de partment. Reward. Partner wanted, for moving picture show, must be stady, sober man, sat isfied tostart at $25 per week.. $450 required! experience not necessary. Call room 20, Elite Rooming Houst between hours of 10 and 1 p. m. the seal of the legislature's approval Present Code Antiquated. The Bellinger & Cotton code Is an tiquated and not only that but It Is out of print. Outsld of a few copies In the possession of the secretary of state for the use of the next legisla ture there are no copies to be had town. Most of them declare enmo here from Goldfleld. they SPLINTER OF GLASS MAY COST WOMAX AX EYE Have Yoii Defective Eyesight ? If so, place your case In the hands of a competent Optician. We use the latest, most scien tific and most thorough method of testing tho eyes. We use nothing but the best lenses. Our charges are reasonable and work guaranteed. Louis Hunziker Jeweler and Optician. 726 Main St. Philadelphia, June 20. An attempt to remove the cardboard seal from u milk bottle will probably cost Sally Morton. 39 years old. the sleht of her - -' 'I eye. When the knife which she had Inserted under the edge of the cap slipped off the rim of the bottle and flew into her left eye. The fragment lodged directly In the ball of the eye, causing acute pain. In her attempts to remove the object she Imbedded It deeer In the wound. She was tak en to University hospital, where phy slclans fear that they cannot save the eye. Pnstline. The usual Sunday change of pro gram will be made at the Pastime to morrow. This will consist of "Hun dred Dollar Note," "Cock Fight," "Traveler's Jest," "Kidnapped," "Training British Blue Jackets," and the Illustrated song, "Some Day. When Dreams Come True." Read the East Oregonlan. I Hot The new vacum bottle, will keep contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and oold for 72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Methodist Church. Corner Webb and Johnson streets, W. T. Euster, pastor. Residence next door to church. The subject for Sabbath morning will be "What Does It mean to Be Spiritually Minded?" In the evening the second of the stereoptlcon sermons will be given. "From Where Abraham, Isaac and Jacob 1,1 e Buried. to Where the Great Deliverer Was Offered." The sermon with stereoptlcon begins at 8 o'clock, sharp. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve ning. Immersion service at bridge west of hospital Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, June 28. Last quarterly conference July 7. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.; Epworth league at 7 p. m Sunday. Virgil Moore Is in the city from his farm after a load of supplies today. E. B. Harris of Dayton, Wash., Is a guest of the Bowman while on a buslnes trip today. Mrs. Anna Selkirk-Norton left last evening for Walla Walla for a few days' business trip. W. H. Bond, the well known Helix farmer, came down on the noon train on a trading trip. Louis Scholl, Jr., the Echo real es tate man, Is here today and-Is a guest at the Hotel St. Georg. Dan P. Smythe returned home this morning from Portland, where he had been upon a two days' visit. W, A. Crank, formerly In business here and who Is now located at Spo kane, Is back upon a business visit. Mrs. Joe H. Parkes and daughter, Fleda, left this morning for Mea. cham for a few days' stay In the mountains. J. A. Miller, a Northern Pacific en gineer, Is in the city,, the guest of his sister-in-law, Mrs. A. F. May of Wa ter street. Mr. and Mrs.. William Roberts and Miss Beulah Barker of Pendleton, visited the family of R. L. McMillan this week. Union Republican. Clark Nelson has finished his work as special deputy at the county tlerk's office and Is now Intending to devote the summer to an outing. Dr. R. L. Lincoln, a prominent den tist and enthusiastic baseball fan of La Grande, was In the city last eve ning on his way home from Portland. W. F. Cropp, one of the commis sioners of Baker county, has been here today upon a business trip. He Is a prominent woolgrower of Baker county. Mrs. Fred Laatz and children are visiting relatives In Pendleton while on their way from Portland to Grangevllle, Idaho, where Mr. Laatz Is now located. Will Kennedy, the well known O. R. & N. brakeman on the Pendleton Huntington passenger run Is taking a few weeks' vacation and Frank Hoff man Is In his place. Mrs. L. F. Lampkin went to Her miston this morning to attend the sessions of the Umatilla County Bap tist .association, which convened In that place yesterday. A. Brlchoux, a well known La Grande citizen, passed through the city last evening on his way home from Ukiah, where he had been to look after timber Interests. Miss Willie Milne, who has been a student at the Washington state college at Pullman arrived home last evening to spend the summer vaca tion at herliome In this city. For sale at a bargain, a saloon bus iness In the best business corner In Vancouver. Wash., a rapidly growing city. Possession given July 1, 1908., Address Box 67, Vancouver, Wash. Mrs. George Dinns and daughter of Red Oak, Iowa, arrived this after noon to visit Mrs. Dinns' niece, Mrs. Will Roberts and family, at their home on West Alta street, for a few-weeks. Comprehensive Display of New Shirt Waists Bewitching conceits that are sure , of a right royal welcome for their . dainty elegance and rare beauty, it would be impossible to equal them We think style and quality con sidered, our Waist Department is an attraction these days, we are showing so many styles. We invite your inspection. The prices are unexpectedly low for Waists so desirable. AT Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right N. Berkeley left last evening for his mines In Grant county for a few weeks' stay. Mrs. Berkeley and chil dren will Join him at the mines about July 1 for a month's outing In the mountains. A. B. and J. E. Montgomery were among those returning home from Portl.'in.l 1tu niii.lnn ..ft- U...t.. v. .to .t.wiiii,ib tuiri llilVJIIg attended the K. of P, grand lodge In Portland. They were the represen tatives from Helix. Will Roberts and family have'Just returned from Union, to which place they went during the week by auto mobile. The roads are In a terrible condition In places but Mr. Roberts Maxwell was equal to the occasion, and he was not stalled on the entire trip. J. W. Maloney, who was recently unanimously reelected aa grand mas ter of exchequer of the Knights of Pythias, came home from Portland this morning. Fordje Taylor, son of H. J. Taylor, returned home' this morning from Portland, where he had been for several weeks. Mrs. Z. H. Cross of Pendleton, dep uty commander for the Eastern Ore gon district of the Lady Maccabees, has been very successful in the work of increasing the membership of the La Grande hive. At a meeting held yesterday afternooa 12 new members were added to the roll. La Grande Star. Engineer. Al Stephens, formerly of the Umatllla-La Grande passenger run on the O. R. & N., was in the city this afternoon In the Interest of his Camp Carsons mine. He has quit the road and Is now working extensive placer claims on the upper Grand Ronde river and has recently made a big cleanup. Miss Lulu R. Lorenz, correspondent for the East Oregonlan and Ore gon Dally Journal, passed through the city this morning on her way to Wallowa lake to spend her vacation with the Streeter-Bryan theatrical company of Pendleton, which Is camping there during the summer. La Grande Morning Star. COMPANY L WILL SHOOT IXSTEAD OF CAMP Weather Conditions and New Amunl tlon Cause Change of Program. Instead of going to "Bean" creek for an encampment tonight company L will spend tomorrow on the conu pany's target range on the Tutuilla. An order to this effect was Issued this afternoon by Lieutenant Smythe, com manding officer of the company. Members of the company who desire to shoot will assemble at the Armory at 8 o'clock and will go to the range under command of Lee Drake, acting first seargeant It was planned by the company to go Into camp at the Oliver place this evening, but the unsettled condition of the weather and the arrival of a new stock of ammunition caused the plan to be changed. Unless something unforseen occurs the company will go into camp next Saturday night. Those who can go to "Bean" creek are instructed to give their names at once to either Sergeant Drake or Ser genat Marsh. Permit to Wed. A marriage license was issued today to James P. Adams and. Anna Ryburn. Campaign Is On. Los Angeles, June 20. Los Angeles started a national campaign today when the whistles of 250 local manu facturing plants Joined at noon in a great "prosperity blast" Banners bearing Taft and Sherman were strung across the main streets and campaign buttons distributed. The first meeting will be held tonight when the republicans will gather to ratify the nominees. Read the East Oregonlan. Union County Pioneer Dead. Mrs. Wilbur F. Davis, a pioneer w oman of Union, president of the Wo man's Relief Corps of the state and mother of Past Grand Chancellor Marion F. Davis of the supreme lodge of Oregon Knights of Pythias, drop ped dead at her apartments In Port land last night. She was among the first settlers In Union and was uni versally esteemed. She had always been active In the work of the Wo man's Relief corps and was known to many Pendleton women. Skull Was Fractured, In a ball game at the Elberton pic nic Wednesday between teams from Colfax and Albion, Frank T. Abbott, who was at bat for the Colfax team, was struck in the head by a pitched ball and it Is believed his skull was fractured. He was taken to his home In Colfax and the result of the Injuries is still In doubt. Wood Rurncd by Boys. Sixteen cords of wood owned by A. L. McMullen, a rancher near We natchee, was burned a few days ago by two boys who were playing with matches and set It on fire. A fully equipped daily newspaper plant, with a special telegraph service and In charge of a competent news paper man, Is the plan of the board of curators of the Missouri state uni versity at Columbia, Mo., for the new department of Journalism. The dally paper will be known as the University Mlssourtan. BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WENAHA SPRINGS .i:umrvji:! This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open June 15th, for the season of 1908, under the manage ment of J. A. BORIE, the new owner. Roads, bridges, buildings and equipment repaired and renewed. Hotel and dining-room service, will be a special feature, being under the care of the best steward ana chef obtainable. For further particulars, write to WE-NA-HA SPRINGS J. A. BORIE Prop. GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY ORE. !