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DAILY ES6T OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JCIA' IS, 1D08.
EIGHT PAGES. RISEBALL SCORES. PAGE EIGHT. We Are Headquarters for the Famous ECONOMY FRUIT JARS Once Tried, Always Used. Phone Your Order Standard Grocery Co. Court St., Opp. Golden Rule Phone Main 96 nil HAS HIT CI Entertained Onus n Painting. Last Friday evening Miss Xell Dor sey entertained her claw In water colors at her home on the north tide. The work of the class and the teach er was tastefully arranged on the walls and a delightful evening wa spent In Inspecting the many pictures. Light refreshments were served and the guests were presented with hand CITY TREASrUEK SECURES painted souvenirs. The claw con- SEEMIXG VALUABLE RELIC lsts of Miss Klnman, Misses Gail and Gertrude Huffman. Iva Black, Carrie ' Kennedy, Selby Johnson, Reuben Pnrcha Am-lemt Looking Weapon ( Beckwth and Walter 0wen. 01 iTBiusienc miiiHT itiHuuius 10 HaTe Found It Muszle Loading Pistol Wu Originally ffJsswmed to Captain Hlrnm Piatt. ' Entertaliuncnt at Seaside. 1 Pendleton people now staying at Locksley Hall, Seaside, Ore., say It I Is now one of the most delightful j coast resorts on the north Pacific Major Lee Moorhouse is now the J coast, and tell of the fine entertain cwner of an old pistol that doubtless ment furnished them by Manager has an Interesting history If It ceuld!Dan Qulmbey. Dancing parties, clam . . . . . , . ' bakes and beach bonfires are among but te learned. The run is an old ,., , , m " , the pleasant events of the summer Colts' navy revolver and the major evenings and a large crown Is now bought It this morning of a transient there. Music Is furnished every eve painter who said he found the gun 1 UnK and everything Is done to make rear Nampa, Idaho. It Is a weapea ! It pleasant for the guests at this pop- cf ante-clvll war days for it Is a muz-! "ar resort. tie loader and Is fired by means of caps. On a metal part of the gun la an Inscription that tells something of Its history. The wording is as fol lows: "Presented to Captain Hiram Piatt Co. F. 10th Reg., Vt Vola. by the Citizens of Swanton, Vt" Seemingly the gun was given to the volunteer officer either at the be- A. J Owen's Xleoe Drowned. Miss Mildred Long of Portland, aged 16 years, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. A. JT. Owen of South Thompson street, this city, was drowned while bathing In the Columbia river at Washougal, Saturday evening. She was seized with cramps and drowned before her companions could rescue her. Almost exactly a year ago her brother, aged ginning or the close of the war. How Waghou gal t0 Portiand In a canoe, well the gift is merited is not known Both were g of Portiand hlKn but the records of the war department! -vnoi , nwpn ,eft will show. Since acquiring the ancient weapon Major Moorhouse has become anxious to learn something of its history and la going to write to Swanton In hopes of getting some trace of the New England captain to whom it was pre sented. - ,tm: iJ Portland to attend the funeral. Oil Excitement Waning. According to reperts brought to this city by people who have been over the Malheur county fields, excitement over the oil prospects has greatly de clined during the summer. While many indications of oil have been found yet there Is no permanent flow in any of the wells and the oil land excitement is not so high as a few months ago. j COLDS The very hour a cold starts is the time to cfieck it Don't wait it may become deep-seated and the cure will be harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Take F & S Cold Capsules Used In time they save all that (night follow sickness, worry, ex penses. They never fail. Tallman &Co. Leading Druggists. Opening New Loldging House. Mrs. Rose Call of this city, is fit tcing up the upper story of the Em pire building recently completed by Schwarts & Greullch on West Webb street and will this week open one of the best lodging houses In the city. The new place will be called the Em pire .and new furnishings are being placed in the rooms. The building is new and conveniently located and MTs. Call is assured of a good patron age there. E Willi nil PEXM.ETOX BALL TOSSEKS TAKE SUNDAY'S CONTEST. Tnlltifclro Pitches Shut-out Ball and Id Given Good Supiwrt Walla Walla limbic to Send a Man Aero8 the J'lmo Vhllo Locula Score Eight Saturday's Game Wasj Dls introiw Fiasco. Played Won Lost La Grande . . 31 Baker City . .31 Walla Wallti.31 Pendleton ...32 19 IS 14 '14 12 16 17 18 P. C. .613 .600 .463 .438 Yesterday's Scores. Walla Walla, 0; Pendleton, 8. Baker City, 6; La Grande, I. In the final ball game of the sea son Jar Pendleton, Tatom's players won yesterday by a score of 8 to 0 and thcivby offset a 12 to 6 defeat suffered Saturday evening. Owing to the hot, sultry weather yesterday only a small crowd was out to see the finale .and there was no superabundance of enthusiasm. How ever, Pendleton won and the fans wer satisfied. The following was the game in de tail: AB R IB PO A 4 0 1 0 0 4 1 t 1 S rendleton. Beed. If , M. Baker, Dean, ss ........ 4 Conrad, 2b 4 3b. Miller, c ... MeCool, cf . Hill, lb T. Baker, rf Taliaferro, p ( 0 0 1 6 0 1 0 Walla Walla- Harmon, 3b , Lankard, c . Anderson, lb Ehmke, p Potter, rf ( .31 8 6 24 14 3 AB R IB PO A E ,401212 .4 0 0 4 1 3 .3 0 1 9 2 2 ,3 0 0 4 1 1 ,3 0 0 5 0 1 .3 0 1 0 0 0 , 8 0 1 1 t 0 3 0 14 10 .29 0 6 21 8 9 Summary: First on balls Ehmke, Northwest Iwgue. Spokane, July 12. Costly errors o ground balls by Stevens In right field today gave Aberdeen a close, fierce ly fought game which went to 14 In nings. Score: R. H. E. Aberdeen 6 9 3 Spokane 4 10 I Batteries Thompson, Califf and Spencer; Klllllay, Jensen and Rog ers. Nine Straight Game. Seattle, July 12. Vancouver made It nine straight from Seattle by win ning today's game, score 6 to 6, Score: R. H. E. Seattle .6 9 S Vancouver .6 10 2 Batteries Hinrlch and Heets, Hall and Arbogast. With National Playm. At Chicago First game, Chicago 3, Philadelphia 0. Second game, Chicago 0, Phlladel phla 2. At Cincinnati Cincinnati 0, Bos ton 4. Pacific Coast league. San Francisco, July 12. Los An geles won both games from Oakland, the first by a score of 9 to 6, while In the afternoon It was 7 to 6. Scores, morning game RILE. Los Angeles 9 14 2 Oakland 6 11 1 Afternoon game R. H. E. Los Angeles 7 7 5 Oakland 6 I Batteries Koostner and H. Hogan and Easterly; Wright, Hopkins and Lewis. Seals Take Ftnal Game. Portland, July 12. Portland lout the final game and the series to San Francisco today, 6 to 4. The weath er was sultry and errors were fre quent on each side, but bad throwing by Catcher Madden was the princi pal cause pf Portland's defeat. Jones weakened and was replaced by Sutor in the eighth. Portland made one run off him, the only score against him In the last 36 Innings he pitched. The score: R. H. E. San Francisco 6 8 6 Portland 4 6 7 Batteries Jones, Sutor and Berry; Klnsella and Madden. ST. E -Pendleton, 4; Walla Troutman Prepares Plana. C. E. Troutman the architect, for merly of this city, is preparing plans for a large hotel building at Elma, Wash. The building is to be 90x110, three stories, with a Knights of Pyth ias banquet hall and lodge room on the third story. The building will be completed this season. Conductors Change Rnns. Conductor Fred Waffle of the Pi lot Rock run on the O. R. & N. has been transferred to his old run on the main line of the O. R. & N. be tween this city and Huntington and Conductor Charles H. Norrls is now on the Pilot Rock run permanently. r&ftfiaw TEA How little it isl How little it adds to the weight of the cup! It has cover ed the sea with ships for a hundred years. Tear trocar rataroa roar bmh U ret leal las liimint't B t; we pay him City Property for Sale Building lots from WOO to $1000 Five-room dwelling, one lot $1400.00 Two lots and dwelling, chicken fencing and house $800.00 Seven-room dwelling and two lots $2000.00 Five room dwelling, barn and four lots $1500.00 A home In any part of the city. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court. St. Pendleton, Ore. III SELECTING YOUR BANK Tlve careful attention to the stability of the bank and its willing Dees to co-operate with Its patrons In the development of their business. Our customers value and "bank on" our willingness and ability to assist them In every way consistent with safe, sound banking. This makes a satisfactory and profitable arrange ment for the future well-being of both bank and patron. We shall be "pleased to have yon open an account with us. Commercial National Bank United States Depository Left on bases Walla. 6. Firs ton errors Pendleton, Walla Walla, 2. Two-base hits Reed, Ehmke. Struck out By Taliaferro, Ehmke, 4. Double plays Conrad to Hill; Baker to Conrad. Saturday's Game. The following Is the story of Sat urday's twilight game: Walla Walla AB R Dutcher, p 6 3 Burke, lb 6 0 Harmon, 3b 5 2 Lankard, c 5 2 Grey, cf 5 1 Edmlston. If 6 2 Blackman, 2b .... 6 2 Ehmke, rf 4 0 Anderson lb 6 '0 6; 6; T. H PO A E 3 13 0 1 2 6 5 0 2 0 10 Pendleton Reed, lb .. Conrad, 2b . . Miller, c 4 McCool, If .. Baker, T., rf Taliaferro, cf . . . . ,45 12 14 27 12 7 AB R H PO A E 6 12 10 2 6 13 4 10 6 0 1 2 3 1 5 0 1 2 3 4 ,401611 5 0 0 1 0 2 4 2 19 11 5 0 0 1 0 0 5 2 3 1 1 0 Totals 43 6 12 27 10 11 Struck out By Dean, 6; by Dutch er, 6. Bases on balls By Dean, 2; by Dutcher, 2. Two-base hits Reed, M. Bake; Taliaferro, Lankard. Three-base hits Edmlston, Dutch er, 2. Home run Taliaferro. Sacrifice hits Burke. Douple plays Blackman to An derson, Dean to Hill. Stolen bases Grey, Reed, McCool. Passed balls Miller, 1. First base on errors Pendleton, 6; Walla Walla, 7. Left on bases Pendleton, 12; Wal la Walla, 8. Time of game 1:55. Umpire Aubin. Scorer Drake. Team Will Play Baker. The members of the Pendleton baseball team will leave within a day or two for Baker City where they are to play a series with Baker City upon their "own hook." The Pen dleton, Walla Walla and La Grande teams have been officially disbanded for the season. However, baseball Is still a good drawing card in Baker, where It la cooler, and the team there desires to continue playing. So the men who have been with Pendleton during the league season will now go there for a series of four games or more. All of La Grande's team has sign ed-to play with Wardner and Wallace In the Trl-Clty league. ffi HANDS ECHO WINS. Pendleton's Second Baseball Team Defeated in Close Game. At Echo a ball game was played yesterday beitween jlhe Eicho team and Pendleton's second team with the result of 6 to 4 in favor of the Echo boys. The following was the lineup of the Pendleton team: Drake, catcher; Moore, pitcher; Johnson, first base; Beam, second base;- Leonard, short stop; Vickers, third base; Stout, right field; Park, center field, and Arn splger, left field. If yon see It In the East Oragonlaa, It's so. B. N. LYMAN BUYS OUT GEORGE CAREY New Poprletor Is Portland Restaurant Man pf Experience Will Make Well Known Eatng Hoiimq Popu lar Restaurant Has Been In Pen diet on and In Charge of Tula House Before. B. N. Lyman has purchased the St. George restaurant of George Carey and is now in charge of that popular eating place. The deal for the res taurant was completed last evening and this morning the new proprietor took possession. In every way Mr. Lyman Is well equipped to run a first class restau rant at the St George and it is his Intention to do so. He is a pactlcal grill man. having been in the service of the Hotel Portland and also of the Oregon Grill in Portland. While Charles Holdaway was in charge of the St. George Restaurant he left the management to Mr. Ly man for a time. According to the new manager he will do his utmost to make the St George a popular place. He will greatly Improve the service and will also have a menu each day that will appeal to his patrons. Hereafter he will serve a 25-cent chicken dinner from 12 o'clock until 5 on Sundays and from 5 o'clock un til 8 he will serve a French course dinner for 50 cents. At other times the restaurant will be run on the reg ular check system as at present. Unique Japanese Palm. Proprietor Judd Fish of Hotel Bowman has just been presented with a Japanese palm, a diminutive, freak plant which is attracting much atten tion In the lobby of the hotel. The plant was given Mr. Fish by a local Japanese and although but a small, hardy, horny growth it is said to be 27 years of age. The fronds of each year's growth in falling off when ma ture, form a ring about the cones or body of the plant and the age of the plant may be thus reckoned by the rings so formed. It Is a unique plant and so far as Is known Is the only one of the kind In eastern Oregon. Son Appointed Administrator'. John A. Record has been appoint ed by the county judge as adminis trator of the estate of his father, the late John C. Record. The estate Is valued at 39000. J. B. Perry ap pears as attorney for the estate. Suit Over Summer Fallow. A suit In equity was filed here to day by Gotlieb Miller against Wil liam Connerly. It is a case which grew out of a dispute over some sum mer fallow land. Fined for Profanity. In the police court today Dan Pike was fined $10 by Judge Fits Gerald for having used profane language on the streets. Train Kills Woman. Mrs. Frank Ailing was killed by an Interurban train near Bluff, Wash., Wednesday night, just 10 feet from the King county line. The motorman saw the woman too late to stop the train before it was upon her. The Alllngs, who are well known In Ta coma, were divorced some time ago. Now for those Vacation Needs ' If you are intending taking a summer trip,, you will find many needed articles here, such as Suit Cases - $1.50 up to $30. Traveling Bags 1 . up to 20. Trunks - - 4.50 up to 20. Bathing Suits 1. up to 6. Our "Keep Cool1 wearing apparel will will assure you a contented vacation ROOSEVELT'S OSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save. See the Twin-Dime Across the Street THE NEW DIME Moving Pictures Like Life Songs by Robert Fenner from the Salt air Palace, Salt Lake All Music Furnisbed by a Real Pianist Absolutely fireproof and the best ventilated theatre in the city. A Better Show at the Same Price ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c i PASTIME PICTURE SHOW SELLERS & MATLOCK, Props. Entire Change of Pictures and Songs Every Sunday, . Tuesday and Friday. SEE! SEE! The Dynamiters Detective's Heroism First Prize in Lottery Enchanted Guitar Tony Has Eaten Garlic Illustrated Song. Pride of Prairie Admission 10c Children 5c Edison latest and best 'Underwriters Model" picture machine absolutely fire proof. Clearance Sale Our Mid -Summer Clearance Sale embraces our entire line of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Trousers, Felt and Straw Hats. THE MEN'S . SHOP MAX BAER