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DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETOX, ORJDGOH. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1908.
PAGE FITS. EIGHT PAGES. Extra Specials for Wednesday and the Balance of This Week at the Big Bankrupt Sale of the Teutsch Stock The big center window will show you what we are doing. 250 Ladies and Misses m Skirts at absolutely wholesale cost and less. We guarantee a perfect fit or you need hot take the garment, no charges for alterations $0.00 Skirls, bankrupt price 93.33 $7.00 Skirts, bankrupt price $4.45 88.50 Skirt, bankrupt price 95.76 $10.00 Skirts, bunkrupt price 96.48 $l2.r0 SklrtH, bunkrupt price 97.77 $15.00 Rklrtu, bankrupt price $-W $18.00 SklrtH, bankrupt price $11.45 F. E. Liveigood & Co. Successors to Teutsch's Dep't. Store. PERSONAL MENTION WOKK OF REV. CHARLES yllXXKY REVIEWED Clmrcli of the Redeemer SIkms Much Activity During Pant Year Two Hundred ami SUty-tlireo Services lluvo Heoii Held Seventy Persons Iluplled, Seventeen Couples Mar lied and Twenty-seven Funerals Conducted. Tho close of another church year in the history of the Church of the Redeemer, Episcopal, of this city, was celebrated Sunday and the statistics Riven In the morning sermon of that lay, by Rev.. Charles Qulnney, rector of t)y church, show something of the progress made and of the activity of this well known church In the life of the community. Following is a portion of an able sermon preached by Rev. -Qulnney, reviewing the work of the past year and his first year In the church: "It Is Just a year ago today," said Itev. Qulnney, "since we arrived In Pendleton and commenced work In connection with this church and par ish, and In that period there has been no Intermission of the regular Sunday service and the pastoral work dur ing the year. "No "less than 263 services have been held and 173 times have we stood on Zlon's watchtower to pro claim the gospel. The communion ta ble has been spread 70 times during the year and there have been 1495 communicants thereat In that pe riod. "We have baptized 70 persons, 29 of whom were admitted as adults. These may not all come to confirma tion, but many of thvtn will and some have done so already. Thirty-five have been presented to the bishop for confirmation and 13 have been pre sented from our Weston mission mak ing a total of 48 confirmed during the year. "We have tried to make 17 cou ples happy by uniting them in holy matrimony and we have experienced the sadder duty of committing 27 bodies to the grave. "We have made 1145 visits to the homes of people in this city and vi cinity.. The list of communicants has been enlarged and the average of these communicating has been raised con siderably. 112 having been received at the Easter service. "The financial support has assur ed us that all are more Interested and determined that the work shall go on without let or hindrance." So well pleased are the members of the Church of the Redeemer with the services of Rev. Qulnney that they have decided to erect a handsome rectory for him at once. Funds for this building have been provided and work will begin as soon as the plans are approved, which will be but a short time. City Brevities Recent Raltw Help Wheat. With the prediction of fair and warmer weather, Issued by the weath er bureau this morning, It looks as If the rainy period were over, for the present at least, says the Walla Walla Statesman. Rain ha quit foiling in the northwest and there Is every In dication that the precipitation will be discontinued for a few days. During the last five days, all of which have been more or less showery, n.7 hundredths of an Inch of rain fell, bringing the total for the month up to .S4. or but .02 behind normal for the month at this time. There must be ."j more this month, however, to bring the total up for the 30 days. The rain was general through the northwest and particularly goo, In the Walla Walla valley. It did Inestimable good,' as the whet Is mostly In the ilough and the moisture anil cool weather aided It materially In filling. I'nless unexpected conditions happen, the wheat crop Is In good shape for the rest of the summer. See Tafalra fr I 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 the eyes. We use nothing but tho best lenses. Our charges are reasonable and work guaranteed. Louis Hunziker Jeweler and Optician. 726 Main St. l'.l)M'iNcnt Is Cut Short. Kd Fierce was arrested this after noon by Deputy Sheriff Fainter, be tween this city and Waltsburg, on the charge of seduction, says the Walla Walla Statesman. He started out this morning from Waltsburg with Mamie Falley, aged 14, and thctwo. It Is said. Intended to elope. The girl's parent, who lives In this city, was notified and the sheriff's office made a quick cap ture. Pierce Is about 25. It is wild that Fierce has threatened ed to take the girl away as her mother has repeatedly refused her consent to the match; and on one occasion Tierce Is said to have asked the mother what she would do if he took the girl any- i way. You Should Know Tills. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney and bladder trou ble that Is not beyond tho reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. Pendleton Drug Co. llou-iimu Studio to Close. All parties desiring photographs should call before July 1, as my studio will be closed from that date until September 15, during the erection of my new .cement block building. W. S. BOWMAN', Photographer. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for young and old is prompt relief for coughs, croup, hoarsoness, whooping cough. Gently laxative. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. Read the East Oregonlan. Hot or Cold Bottle The new vacum bottle, will keep contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for 72 hours. Two sizts, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50, IIC BP IP EM THE DR0O STORE THAT SERVES YOU BET. Ice cream at Hohbach's. All kinds of good dry wood. 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 E. For Sale At a sacrifice, modern lS-room lodging house on Main street. Apply this office. For Sale Hobart M. Cable piano, for $275; cost 1450. Call 106 Blaine street or phone Red 2771. Lost On the streets of Pendleton, black colt. Liberal reward offered for return to Oregon Feed Yard. Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open, 6 a. m. to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw berries and ice cream also served. lood book case and writing desk, combined, for sale cheap at 109 Jack son street. 'Phone red 3031. Apply spon. For Sale Nine-room cottage, good location, good order. Too large for present owner. Enquire 100 Bluff street. Lost Ladles purse containing small purse with key and some small ! change. Finder please return to Gray Bros. Lost On circus day, small tan leather satchel, containing valuable papers to owner only. Finder leave at this office. For Sale A two-story saloon and lodging house and restagrant. Size of building 30xS0, with saloon, res taurant and kitchen on lower floor and IS furnished rooms and office on second floor. Will transfer to pur chaser saloon license to run till No vember 1, 190S, also bar and bar fix tures and saloon furniture included. Location and business good a live town. Price $4000. part cash, balance Knhlotus Real Estate Co., Kahlotus, Wash. Clifton Cleaver is in the city from Echo, J. R. Means of Ilermlston, Is here today on a brief business trip. C. H. Hutchinson of La Grande, is In the city today on a business trip. George Wall of the Rader .furniture store, has gone to Lehman springs to recuperate. Dr. F. W. Vincent came down from Wenaha springs today after a few days' recreation. J. Teuscher, jr., representative of the Boys & Girls' aid society of Port land, is In the city today. D. C. Brownell of Umatilla, was a passenger on the local train from Walla Walla this morning. James W. Andrews of Salem, is a guest of the Golden Rule while in the city for a few days on business.. E. D. Trumbull, deputy factory in spector, is now in the city. He now has Pendleton as his headquarters. A. E. Eberhart, of the Columbia Bridge company, came down on the forenoon train from Walla Walla to day. Shreiff Ed Rand of Baker county, passed through the city today on hla way to Portland on a brief business trip. ; Mrs. William Bowman has return ed to the city from Sand Point, Idaho, where she had been visiting for sev' eral weeks. Dr. E. N. Hutchinson, the well known federal inspector, Is a guest of Hotel Bowman while In the. city on a professional visit. T. L. Dunsmore, formerly of this city, but now of The Dalles, Is here for a few days in the Interest of his Insurance business. Miss Mayme Rippy, sub-clerk at the postoffice, is now on duty there in the place of Miss Grace Elder, who Is away upon a two weeks' vacation. Fred Schmeer expects to leave within a day or two for Portland and Is contemplating a visit to Seattle and Tacoma while en route home. G. M. Rice, cashier of the First National bank, who has been ill at his home on High Btreet, is recovered sufficiently to be on the street again. Uncle Jake Baumgardner and wife formerly of this place, but who now. reside In Pendleton, are here visiting relatives and friends. Echo Register. Rev. J. M. Cornellson, missionary at the Tutullia Indian mission, is in the city today making arrangements for the Fourth of July celebration on the reservation. H. W. King, formerly reclamation engineer, who who Is now conducting a private engineering business with headquarters here, came down on the forenoon train from Walla Walla to day. Engineer Al Stephens of the Elgin branch on the O. It. & N., passed through today on his way to Portland to visit his family for a short time. He is now engaged In mining on the Grand Ronde river and is well pleas ed with his prospects. Aside from "Dad" Moon of the Pilot Rock branch, Mr. Stephens is the oldest engineer on the mountain division of the O. R. & N. In point of service, having been employed on the mountains since 1885. June White Sale Continues and Grows in Favor Daily. SUMMER NEEDABLES IV A GREAT VARIE TY AND EQUAL TO EVERY DEMAND. IT MAT TERS NOT WILYT YOUR PLANS ARE FOR THIS GLORIOUS LINEN TIME, WHETHER YOU ARE GOING CAMPING UP THE COUNTRY, ILAVE TAKEN A COTTAGE AT THE BEACH, OR HAVE DECIDED TO BE A "STAY-AT-HOME," THIS STORE CAN HELP YOU TO TAKE ALL POSSI BLE ENJOYMENT OUT OF SUMMER WITH THIS SPLENDID VARIETY OF S3IART STYLES TO SELECT FROM. LASTLY, BUT EQUALLY IMPORTANT, IS THE LOWNESS OF PRICES. COME AND SEE TO BE CONVINCED. AT Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right Bought Irrlgiited Land. George L. Ward has just purchased from W. H. Daugherty of the Uma tilla Land company. 73 acres of al falfa land one mile west of Foster, on the south side of t' e Umatilla river for the sum of JGOOO, or $S2.19 per acre. This is a portion of the famous ! Foster tract of the Umatilla Land company and Is adapted to fruit, ber ries, melons or any other high-class crop. Indiana Long for Pendleton. Three Indian women were in town Saturday from their camp on Ditch creek, says the Monument Enterprise. Two of them are said to be daugh ters of Columbia Joe, and the third, their sister-in-law. Maude, one of Columbia Joe's daughters, seemed to be unusually bright and spoke Eng lish without a hitch, not stinting it either. To one lady here in town she complained about this being a lonely country and expressed herself as wishing to return to Pendleton where she had friends and a sweet heart. One Monument man of leis ure refused to carry a sack of flour to her packhorse when re quested to do so by the self-possessed Indian maiden, who then wrapped some pa per around the mealy sack and carried it herself. When asking for a drink of water, one man told her to get the drinks at the saloon, but she scorn fully replied, "We are not looking for that kind of fun." Caterpillars Numerous. Caterrlllars In the Port Faney, B. C, and nearby districts, are causing agriculturists considerable worry at the present time, these insect pests having appeared In tens of thousands during the past few days. Extreme measures are being taken to protect the orchards and crops from damage and so far the precautions of the far mers have been entirely successful, but rain Is earnestly desired by the residents in that locality, as wet weather la a sure killer of caterpil lars. AFTER OLSEN. Intimated That ne Wrongfully Transferred His Property. T. C. Taylor was today named by Referee Thomas Fit Gerald as trus tee of Olsen & Hansen, bankrupts. The appointment was made after the creditors had failed to agree upon a trustee. Mr. Taylor's bond wa fixed et $1000. In the hearing of the Olsen & Han sen case the attorneys for the credit ors followed a line of questioning that Indicated they believe some of Olsen't property had been wrongfully trans ferred before the bankruptcy pro ceedings were started. Mrs. Olsen es pecially, was examined at length upon the subject. Should It be found that property was fraudulently transferred tho creditors may bring suit 'to have the same thrown back into the bankrupt estate. However, no action has yet been taken along that line. Carter & Smythe, Will M. Peterson and D. W. Bailey are attorneys for the creditors, while J. T. HInkle rep resents the bankrupts. Home from Eugene. Mrs. Henry Dixon Jones, and her daughter. Miss Edna Zimmerman, will return to this city from Eugene where Miss Zimmerman has been a student In the University of Oregon the past year. They will snend the summer in this city. If you see it in the East Oregonlan. It's 80. While working in the hav field at the Murphy ranch, near Freewater, Tom Grimes was struck on the head by a derrick and almost instantly killed. His skull was crushed. . Brother Charley for Manager. Washington, June 23. The Wash ington Post, owned by John R. Mc Lean of Cincinnati, also owner of the Cincinnati Enquirer and one of the powers in Ohio politics, today ed! toiially urged the appointment of Charles Taft, the secretary's brother, as chairman of the republican nation al committee. Tho editorial says the battle will be fought principally In the middle west and declares Charles Taft's knowl edge of political conditions will make him best fitted for the job. Murderer Identified. Belllngham, Wash., June 23. Mary Morrison positively identified Jim Jenkins, the negro under arrest as the man who stabbed her mother to death at Hazelmere a few days ago. The prisoner will be taken to British Co lumbia to stand' trial. He has been under arrest since June 12. Lydln Tafces a Rest. "Mrs. Plnkham. of the Lydla E, Plnkham Medicine company of Lynn, Mass., together with her son, Arthur W. Plnkham and the younger mem bers of her family, sailed for Naples on May 20 for a. three months' tour throughout Europe and a much need ed vacation." Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Is the one that children like so well to take at It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. It acts gently yet free ly on the bowels and thereby it drives the cold out of the system. It is sold by Tallman &Co. The family of Lieutenant Fauscn, the young Brazilian army officer who was recently killed In a balloon as cension, will be cared for by the gov ernment if a bill Just presented in the chamber of deputies Is passed. BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WENAHA SPRINGS i 1 . a ..i y- -.3 T7 1 . : . - This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open June I 5th, for the season of 1 908, 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 and chef obtainable. For further particulars, write to WE-NA-HA SPRINGS J. A. BORIE Prop. GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY PRE.