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1Ee Last Day Before the 4th
Store open tomorrow night until 9 o'clock
Closed ail day the 4th.
Everybody take advantage of the
Bankrupt Sale of the Teutsch Stock
We both loose if you dont.
, Everything for Men, Women and Children to wear at
absolutely wholesale cost and less.
Ladies' Skirts to be Closed Out.
$0.00 SklrU, bankrupt price $3.S3
$7.00 Skirts, bankrupt irlce $4M
1W.00 Sklrtu, lankmit price 4-98
$9.00 Sklru, bankrupt price 5 9a
$10.00 Skirts, bankrupt price 0-28
' $12.50 Skirts, bankrupt price 7,45
All Alterations Free.
Teutsch's Old Stand
Congressman ICllLs, Judge Lowell,
Prcxhlont Bleakney and Attorney J,
T. lllnklo to Make tile Welkin Ring
In Outside Celebrations Represcn
tatlTO Will Sjioak at La Grande.
Pendleton Is furnishing orators
(or four celebrations In eastern Ore
gon on July 4, Congressman Ellis for
La Grande, Judge S. A. Lowell for
Joseph, Principal W. H. Bleakney of
Pendleton academy for Pilot Rock
and J. T. Hlnkle for Lehman Springs.
Congressman Ellis has Just accept
ed the invitation of the La Grande
committee to deliver the oration in
that city and wUl leave tomorrow
evening for the beet town.
Judge and Mrs. Lowell left last
evening for Joseph, expecting to
camp In Wallowa canyon tonight on
the way and on Saturday morning,
July 4. Rev. Bleakney will go out to
Pilot Rock to be the principal speak
er at the big celebration there.
The La Grando Observer Is delight
ed with the selection of Congressman
Ellis as orator at that place and says
of tho matter:
That Congressman W. R., Ellis of
Pendleton will deliver the oration of
the dny hero in connection with the
Fourth of July celebration, Is the an
nounrement of the secretary of the
Fourth of July committee this after
noon. The congressman reached his home
yesterday, but readily agreed to come
here ns an urgent invitation was ex
tended to him the Instant It became
known he was in Oregon, others went
to him as well.
The Pendleton law-maker Is a
speaker of no mean ability and the
city Is fortunate that his services can
be had here that day. Mr. Ellis is a
deep thinker, a pleasing oratoj and
one who will ably discuss his theme
before tho thousands who ill hear
him. His subject has not been an
nounced, at this time.
The committee had been working
for days with letters and telegrams,
but had been unable to reach him
until yesterday, as he was en route
from tho eaBt a part of that time and
away from his headquarters the rest
of the time.
Savings Rank Shows Excellent Bus!
iicms Condition on July 1.
The report of Pendleton Savings
bank, published In the East Orego
nlan of yesterday, shows an excellent
financial condition and the progress
being made by that Institution is es
pecially gratifying to the manage
ment The report, which was made at the
close of business on June 30, shows
total resources of 11.179,865.53, di
vided as follows: Loans and dis
counts $825,904.29; banking house,
furniture and fixtures, $60,000; cash
due from other banks, $292,267.99.
The deposits on hand at this time
amount to $916,138.21, the capital
stock is $100,000 and the surplus
$100,000, and undivided profits $63,-727.32.
San Francisco, 4; Portland, 2.
San Francisco, June 1. San Fran
cisco scored another victory over Port
land In today' game by a score of 4
to 2.
Score: R. H. E.
San Francisco , 4 8 2
Portland ."' 8 7 2
Henley and Berry; Marshall and
Oakland, 6; Los Angeles, 6.
Los Angeles, July 1. Oakland de
feated Los Angeles today by a score
of 6 to 4 In a game that was gingery J
In spots, while at other times feature-I mer home near Wenaha springs, at
Jesse Sellers went up to Walla Wal
la today on a business trip.
Colonel H. G. Newport came up
from HorrrtlHton this morning, on a
business trip.
J. T. Hlnkle and family left thla
morning for Lf hman springs to spend
the summer.
P. G. Kc-lley of Milton, is In the city
today on a business trip, a guest 'of
the Golden Rule.
J. E. Cherry of Milton, Is a guest
of Hotel Bowman while In the city
today on a business trip.
W. McDanltl, the popular day clerk
at Hotel St. George, Is confined to his
bed with Illness this week.
Joseph Blakeley and son Roy left
this morning for Condon, Gilliam
county, on a business trip.
O. M. Richardson of Weston, Is a
guest of the Golden Rulo today while
here on a trading and business trip.
Tim Itonovan, O. R. & T. lineman
Is In the city today on a tour of the
telegraph system over the mountains.
Miss Julia Downey left this morn
ing for La Grande, where she will
visit with friends until after the
R. X. Stanfield of Echo, one of the
leading stockmen of the west end of
the county, Is In the city today on
J. M. McGrath, the well known
fruitgrower and salesman of Free-
water, is In the city this week, with
shipment of fruit.
Mies Edith Epple returned last eve
ning from Kahlotus, Wash., where she
had been visiting with her sister, Mrs.
Redd, for a few weeks.
Joe Parkes aitd daughter, Miss
Phylis, left this morning for Meach-
om, where they will remain for a few
days during the warm weather.
F. W. Kascr of the Devis-Kaser
Mercantile company of Walla Walla,
Is a guest of Hotel Bowman today
while here on a brief business visit.
George W. Weeks of Salem, Is In
the city today on a business trip. He
Is a prominent nurseryman of the
capital city and does a large business
In eastern Oregon.
' Mrs. W. J. Furnish and daughter,
Kathlene, came down from their sum-
less. The visitors had the best of it
from the start and maintained their
lead. Neither side scored after the
fourth Inning.
Manager Berry has released Ran
dolph, who Is to return to his home In
Berkeley. Oakland secured Carnes In
exchange for him season before last.
Score: R. H. E
Los Angeles 4 10
Oakland 6 7
Koestner, Thorsen and W. Hogan;
Nelson, Wright and Slattery.
City Brevities
Have You
Eyesight ?
If so, place your case in the
hands of a competent Optician.
We us. the latest, most scien
tific and most thorough, method
of testing the eyes.' We use
nothing but the best lenses.
Our charges are reasonable
and work guaranteed.
Louis Hunziker
Jeweler and Optician.
711 Main St.
Ice cream at Hohbach's.
All kinds of good dry wood
See Mlnnla for good, dry wood that
burns. Lots of It on hand.
Dressed chickens every day. 8tark
Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791
Unfurnished housekeeping rooms
for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan
All kinds of transfer work done
promptly. Stansberry & Milne, phone
Main 6.
Woman wanted to do cooking on
ranch during harvest. Address M.,
care this office.
Woman wants to do cooking
ranch during harvest. Address
care this office.
For Rent Store room on Main
street in East Oregonlan buITdlng. Ap
ply at this office.
Lost Bunch of keys on Walla Wal
la toggery key ring. Finder return to
this office for reward.
For Sale--At a sacrifice, modern
18-room lodging house on Main
street. Apply this office.
Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open,
( a. m. to 10 p. m., a la carte". Straw
berries and tee cream also served.
Wanted Competent woman or
girl to do general housework. Apply
Mrs. W. R. Ellis, 315 Lewlst street
Lost Open face, filled case, 16
size, 15 Jewel Elgin watch with neck
lace and M. W. A. charm attached on
West 'Webb street, near Downey's.
Return to this office for .reward,
Camping at Okl Agency GrouiuR
Rev. and Mrs. W. L .VanNuys and
family are now In camp, at the old
agency grounds, about three miles
east of the city and will remain there
until after the fourth.
Insure Your Grain.
Protect your crops by insuring your
grain with John M. Bentley, agent for
reliable companies only.
Hot or Cold Bottle
The new yaoum bottle, will keep
contents hot for 24 hours, warm
for 48 hours, and oold for 72
hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00,
quarts $750.
Aberdeen, S; Butie, 2. 5
Butte, July 1. Butte's three errors
and inability to find Starkell after
the first Inning cost the team today's
game with Aberdeen.
Score: R. H. E
Aberdeen 3 6 3
Butte 2 6 J
Batteries: Starkell and Boutelle;
Harkness and Kreltz;
Seattle, 10; Vancouver, 4.
Seattle. July 1. Seattle defeated
Vancouver here today by a combina
tion of errors and timely hitting.
Score: R- H. E.
Seattle .' 10 13 0
yancMiver 4 11 3
Batteries: Allen and Fortler; Er
lekson, Flannlgan and Arbogast.
SKkunc, 2; Taomna, 1.
Spokane, July 1. Another game
was won by Spokane In the last half
of the last Inning of the game, making
three such victories In successive days
from the Tacoma team. Again It
proved to be trrors by the makeshift
Tacoma Infield that cost Tacoma a
close hard-fought game.
Score: R. H. E.
Tacoma 1 5 3
Spokane 2 3 1
Batteries: Carson and Shea; Wright
Jensen and McCarter.
At Cincinnati Cincinnati, 1; Chi
cago, 5.
At Brooklyn New Tork, 0; Brook
lyn, 4.
At Boston First game Boston, 6;
Philadelphia, 1. Second game Bos
ton, 14; Phelidalphla, 5.
At Chicago Chicago, 1; Detroit, 3.
At St. Louis Cleveland, 2; St.
Louis, 1,
At New Tork Boston, 4; New
York, 3.
At Philadelphia Washington,
Philadelphia, 2.
New Dime Attracts.
The new Dime has'been "attracting
good crowds since Its opening a few
days ago. A fine lot of pictures are
being secured and the illustrated
songs are sung by a good vocalist,
Robert Fenner of Salt Lake, who has
an excellent voice. The two dimes
are keeping up to the times with a
change of pictures every few dnys.
There will be changes at these places
again tomorrow.
Pastime Changes' Tomorrow.
There will be another change of
pictures at the Pastime tomorrow.
Something entirely new. The pro
gram will be published in tomorrow's
paper. The pictures the past few-
days have been especially attractive
and new.
noon today. They will remain In the
city for a couple of days.
B. K. Lawson, well known traveling
man ,1s In the city today on business.
He Is captain and commissary officer
In the fourth Infantry, O. N, G., and
his home Is at Cottage Grove.
J. M. Spence of the Wilcox Imple
ment company, and Bert Wiley, a gas
oline engine expert, went down to
Echo today to Install a gasoline pump
ing plant and to look after other in
terests of the Wilcox company.
Sr. and Mrs. J. M. Harlan of La
Grande, who have been the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Barnett at their
home on Lllllth street, left this morn
ing for Lexington, Morrow county,
where they will reside In future.
Engineer Scott Butler of the Pendleton-Spokane
passenger run on the
O. R. & N., will take a month's vaca
tion soon and will go for an automo
bile tour of eastern Washington and
Oregon, accompanied by his family.
E. D. Trumbull, state factory Inspec
tor In eastern Oregon, who has been
In Pendleton for several days, will
leave this evening for Baker City,
where he will' remain for a few
weeks working the towns of Baker
Tutiiillii Church Christian Emtaivor
Society Held Interesting Meeting.
The Christian Endeavor society of
the Tutuilla Indian church held a
meeting at the old agency camp
ground last evening and elected offi
cers for the ensuing year. A large
congregation attended the meeting and
the following officers and commit
tees were elected:
President, Anna Mlnthorn; vice-
president, William Jones; secretary,
Charles Swltzler; treasurer, Motannlc;
prayer meeting committee, Rev. E. J.
Conners, Robinson Mlnthorn and
George Te-klps. Lookout committee:
James Kash Kash, George Peters and
Joseph Allen.
The society has a large and active
membership and is adding new mem
bers continually.
Nothing to Indicate That Pendleton
Has Reen Hurt by ProlUbltlon.
There has been little in the appear
ance of Main street the past few days
to indicate that the abolition of the
saloons will hurt the city to any ex
tent In nearly half the cases the
saloonmen are still In their old loca
tions selling soft drinks and cigars
and booze, while In other places the
barroom furniture is being moved out
to make room for other concerns.
Last night was a very quiet one for
the police and there was not a single
victim for the police court this morning.
Eagle Change,
The " management of the Eagle
Show Shop announced today that
there would be a new lot of attractive
motion pictures tomorrow. All in late
colorings with new illustrated songs.
This program will continue until Sun
day, when there will be another
Inspecting Irrigation Project.
Fred Dennett commissioner of the
general land office of the department
of the Interior, is expected to arrive
In Boise July 3 or 4 to Inspect all
Carey act and government reclama
tion projects in this vicinity, says the
Boise Capital News. Commissioner
Dennett comes from the general land
office at Washngton, D. C, and It Is
understood that he Is on a general in
spection tour of the west and north
west, going over the Carey act and
government projects. He will visit
the Twin Falls Carey act projects and
the Minidoka government project en
route to Boise.
Wanted, at Once.
Good clean rags: market price paid.
East Oregenlan office.
Celebrate This Glorious
..4th f Jtily
and Celebrate it in
Umatilla County
also by buying your Wearing Ap
parel at the Pendleton Cloak & Suit
House you'll be correctly and pro
perly dressed if you do so. Prices
are also correct. Come and be
Store will be kept open until
9 o'clock Friday Evening.
Store Closed the Fourth
Pendleton Cloak &
Suit House
Buy of us and it's all right
"Known For Its Strength"
What It .loans
Many people do not know what a bank's
capital means to Its depositors, or the differ
ence between a bank of little or no capital,
and one with a large OQpital. One of the
functions of
A Bank's Capital
is to protect its depositors from possible loss;
therefore the larger it is, the greater protec
tion the depositors have.
This bank has a
Capital of .... 200,000.00
Surplus Fund of . . 50,000.00
Undivided Profits . . 25,000.00
Additional Shareholders
Liability . . . . 200,000.00
A TOTAL OF 475 000.00
This means that this bank must lose prac
tically half a million dollars before its'depo
sitors could lose a cent.'
This protection is for YOU.
The First National Bank
See the Twin-Dime Across the Street.
Moving Pictures Like Life
Songs by Robert Fenner from the Salt air Palace, Salt Lake
All Music Furnished by a Real Pianist.
Absolutely fire-proof and the best
ventilated theatre in the city.
A Better Show at the Same Price

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