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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1M8.
PAGB ITY& EIGHT PAGES. Canvas Oxfords Now being closed out at the Monster Bankrupt Sale of the Teutsch Stock. Just 148 pairs left. They come in grey and white, heavy or light soles. Every pair must go. 1.75 Grade now 98c 2.00 Grade now 1.25 2.50 Grade now 1.45 3.00 Grade now 1.75 None higher price. All sizes for Ladies only, 2 1-2 to 8. F. . Livengood (Sh Co. Teutsch'sJOld Stand? City Brevities Ice cream at Hohbach's. All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. More new runs Just received at Pendleton Furniture Co. See Mlnnls for rood, dry wood that burna. Lota of It on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black I7l. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at Bast Oregonlan office. . All kinds of transfer work dons promptly. 8tansberry & Milne, phons Main 5. The Pendleton Furniture company has Just received another shipment of swell rugs. For Rent Store room on Main street In the East Oregonlan building. Apply at this office. For Rent Furnished house at 22i Perkins avenue, on north side. In quire of J. M. Bentley. Hotel Bowman Cafe is now open. a. m. to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw berries and Ice cream also served. 'Man cook wants Job cooking foi harvest crew; no difference how large. Address 206 E. Alta street. Lost An Elk tooth, Initials F. W, I), lodge No. 288, between Court street and depot. Finder please re turn to Bond Bros. creased cost. The Pacific coast ex tension of the St. Paul was begun about two years ago. It Is 1380 miles long and continues the road from the former Western terminus In North Dakota to Seattle and Tacoma on the Pacific coast. KXTltA $5,000,000 TO CUT THE GRADE Is Milwaukee Extension to Tacoma Amply Provided Willi Funds, New York. July 18. The cost of the Pacific coast extension of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Sa. Paul rail way, which It Is expected will be dp- ened for Traffic July 1, 1909, will be about $5,000,000 more than the com puny originally reckoned on, it was said yesterday by an officer of the road. This additional cost Is due to a decision to run the road at a lower grade over the mountain division than was at first planned. The total cost of the project Is now put at 177,000, 000, but as $100,000,000 of the pre ferred and oommon stock has been Issued to provide a balance for future contingencies, there will be no short age of funds, notwithstanding the ln- Have You 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 the eyes. We use nothing but the best lenses. Our charges are reasonable and work guaranteed. Louis' Hunziker . Jeweler and Optician. 7J Main St. FALLS OXTO AX; DIES. George Maslker Victim of Peculliir Accident. Hood River, Ore., July 16. George Maslker, a well known resident of Hood River, died Sunday as the result of an accident two weeks ago. Masl ker was In a tree with a double-bitted ax, chopping off some of the limbs, when the limb he was standing on broke and threw him over backward, causing him to drop the ax. The tool, which reached the ground first, stuck in the soil and the unfortunate man fell on It backward. The sharp blade entered his back, cutting through a rib and penetrating one of his lungs. Maslker gave evidence of recovery, but a few days ago blood poisoning set In. Maslker, who has been mar rled but a year, leaves a wife and child. PERSONAL MENTION ALIA IS HANGED. Goes to HI Death Willi Curses on His Lips. Canon City, Col., July 16. Calling down the maledictions of the most high upon the Roman priesthood, and shouting In Italian "Long live Italy; long live the Pretestants," Gulseppe Alia, was carried to the death trap exactly at 8:30 o'clock last night, and paid the extreme penalty of his crime. Perhaps a more sensational and thrilling scene was never beheld by any of the 16 persons present, than the execution of this misguided Ital ian murderer, whose cries and screams were only hushed by the au tomatic springing of the mechanism which forever silenced the tongue that cried for vengeance against those whom Alia hnd considered the de stroyers of his home and happiness. Tom Mllarkey, Jr., left this morn ing for Walla Walla. The Misses Darr of Adams are among visitors In the city today Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Bush have moved to Weston to reside temporar Uy. D. McConnell of Narnpa, Idaho, IS a guest of Hotel Bowman while in the city today, Charles Bond left today for a three week's outing at Long Beach and Newport. B. F. Ogle the Athena pioneer, came down this morning on a brief business trlp; O. T. Carncs of Pilot Rock, Is a guest of Hotel Bowman while In the city on a business trip Miss Mary Nelson has returned to her home In Weston after visiting Pendleton friends for several days, Mrs. E. P. Dodd came up from Hermlston last evening and Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. R. Alexander. A. S. Pearson the Freewater real estate dealer and electric line promot er, is in the city today on a business trip, Mrs. Walter Adams returned today from Helix where she had been vlBit ing friends in that vicinity for a short time. George Campbell returned this morning to his home In Spokane, after a few days visit with friends In this city. Mrs. R. Thomas, accompanied by her two children, came In from Helix today to visit with her mother, Mrs, L. Klnman, for a couple of days. Mr. and Mrs. John McEachren and son of Helix are in the city today on their way to Lehman springs, where they will remain for a few weeks. Ralph E. Nolan of Pendleton, spent the Fourth In the city as the guest of Glenn Sturdlvant, returning home on Monday. Hood River News-Letter. Miss Edith Piersol has arrived from Fortland and Is the guest of Mrs. George Perringer. Miss Piersol has been spending the past several months in California. Mrs. Roland Oliver accompanied Mr. Oliver to Portland yesterday an will visit In Portland with her sister, Mrs. Fisher, while her husband Is at the state rifle tournament. Master Robert Pattlson, son of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Pattlson, went over to Pendleton this forenoon for a week visit with his cousin, Arthur Mc Crary. La Grande Observer, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Crawford of Hermlston, came up last evening for a brief visit in the city. Mr. Craw ford is one of the leading real estate dealers In the Irrigation town, and he says that lands continue to sell at rapid . rate. Miss Delta Crawford left this morn Ing for Portland, where she will Join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Craw NORTH BANK BRIDGE OPEN. ' First Train Crowwd tlie Columbia at Vancouver July 14, 1908. Vancouver's new railroad bridge across the Columbia river carried Its first train of passengers yesterday, from the Washington to the Oregon shore and back again, sayq the Port land Oregonlan. The passengers were visiting members of the American So ciety of Civil Engineers, most of them from Portland, on one of their occa sional trips to the important engineer ing works that are going on about this city. The men went to Vancouver in the Port of Portland's big tug, John Mc Craken, viewing on the way the ship ping In the port, the dredges Portland and Columbia, which are scouring out the bottom of the river and filling the lowlands for the North Bank road the big dry dock and the new railroad bridge at St. John. The steamer McCracken was placed at the disposal of the association members by the Port of Portlana commission. The extensive harbor work of the Port Commission and Its big drydock and dredge plant surpris ed the visitors. OIL WELL 1200 FEET DEEP. Limit of Machine on Ground Is 300 Feet Work Financed by Spokane Man. Drilling on the oil prospect near Rosalln, Wash., has reached a depth of 1200 feet, the last 150 feet being bored through a stratum of hard rock. The well li on the right of way of the Colfax division of the Spokane & Is land railroad, about five miles this side tof Rosalia. Ths mpenses of making the bore is being met by a group of Spokane men, who were led to believe that there were oil Indica tions In the Palouse country by the reports of several experts. The limit of the drilling machine which Is being used Is 3000 feet, one third of which distance has been reached. No opinion as to the prob able course that will be pursued In case oil is not reached In 3000 feet can be obtained from the men backing the project. ford who have purchased a home there. Mr. Crawford will probably go to California again In the fall to remain during the winter for his health. Oscar Cain, the newly elected city attorney of Walla Walla, is In the city today a guest of Hotel St. George on legal business. He says the election in nana Walla was a surprise to every one and completely knocked out the Ankeny organization In the Garden City. SHORT Ul'X FOR SIGAU FACTOR TRAIN'S NARROW ESCAPE. Cloudburst SwccpM Down Canyon Carrying Away Trestle. Santa Fe, N. M., July 16. Great loss of life was narrowly averted In Arroyo Chames when a terrific cloud burst swept down the canyon, and washed out a trestle Just before the arrival of a passenger train on the Santa Fe road. Three hundred feet of track is miss ng and hundreds of dead sheep mark the path of the torrent. The cloudburst occurred late Wed nesday. A wall of water 10 feet high rushed down Arroyo Chames. The roar was heard for miles. Pastime Pleases Crowds. Among the most attractive pictures at the Pastime are "The Lost Pocket book," which is In beautiful colorings and tells an Interesting story. "Around tho Coast of Brltnny" !s also beautl ful. The Illustrated song, "When Summer Tells Autumn Good Bye" was one of the best yet presented. There will be a change hre tomorrow. Mrs. Anna Selkirk Norton, who re cently went to Walla Walla to locate, Is at home to her friends at 572 Uni versity street In that city. lot or Cold Bottle The new vacum bottle, will"keep contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for 72 hours. Two sizes, quarts $7.50. pint sH$5 .00 , 1HE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST.. Sugar Being Extracted From Residue Syrup. The sugar factory will begin within the next few days the usual summer run, says the La Grande Star. This run Is made for the purpose of ex trading the sugar from the fall run of last year. Superintendent Taylor is unable to state how long the mid summer season will continue, but he expects the run will last from 20 to 30 days. The factory has been receiving dur ing the past few months a large quan tlty of slab wood and other fuel, a!' though the deliveries In that line have fallen off in the past week. The factory has been put In good condition for the work ahead and has passed under the inspection of Gen eral Manager Rolapp, who has been here on an official visit the past two days. Mr. Rolapp left yesterday for tho east. Harvest Begin In Morrow. The headers are out and the wheat Is 'being cut and goon Morrow county will be In a condition to again fur nish more than Its quota of wealth to keep America at the head of the list of the wealth producing countries. The new method of mulching the wheat land s proving a success in this county and while It is considerable work to go over the land three or 'four times, those farmers who have no lazy bee In their bonnet will this year hove as good a banR account as last year. lone Proelalmer. Falls to Uy. Toledo, O., July 16. Roy Knaben- shue started from this city at noon today In an effort to fly to Cleveland in his new passenger ship which he believed marks the beginning of suc cessful air transportation. He was forced to abandon the flight after spending a short time In the air. Tho ship was out of ordor. He brought It down on a roof and will make n second attempt. New Rooming House Now Open. Tho Empire rooming house In the Schwartz & Greullch building, corner Webb and Garden streets, Is now open to tho public. All the rooms are nicely furnished with new furni ture; hot and cold water nnd electric lights In every room. Rooms, 60 cents and $1.00. Special rates given by the week or month. Mrs. Rose Call, Prop. trail s Special Shirt Waist, Sale Now is the time to secure your , Summer s Shirt Waist at a. Most Wonderful Bargain We' ve secured a Drummer s samples and will offer them to you at 1 -3 off. eBautlful Persian lawns, India lin ens, mull, etc, also a Splendid line of taffeta silks In blue, brown, Copen liagen and black. We offer them at same price. Come and secure one or more of these elegant waists; no trou ble to show goods. at Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right .MIST LEAVE PENDLETON OX NO. 5, AUGUST 8 Local GuordMiiien Will Join Third IlatUUlon at Portland and Proceed to American Lake Encampment Will Re Big Event More Interest ing Ttian Seaside Meet Last Year. Regimental orders for company L to participate In the coming maneu vers at American lake were received here this morning by Captain Dan P. Smythe. The orders direct that company L leave this city on train No. 5 at 1:05 a. m., August 3. Upon its arrival in Portland the company will Join the third battalion under Major. T. N. Dunbar and It will leave for American lake on the third section out of Port land, departing at 11 a. m. The third section will be command ed by Lieutenant Colonel John M. Poorman and will consist of compa nies A. I, L and M, third infantry, and A. C. F. H. G, fourth Infantry, and one baggage car. The remainder tf the Oregon guardsmen will leave Portland In two sections, the first leaving at 7 a. m. and the second section at 9:30. For the coming encampment the service uniform Is to be worn but the men are also directed to take their blue blouses with them. An outline of the work to be done at American lake has also been re ceived by Captain Smythe and it indi cates that the encampment this year will be much more Interesting than the one at Seaside last summer. The forenoons of the first five days are to be devoted to battalion and regimen tal drills, the afternoons to advance and rear guard; outpost and recon nolsance; formations for attack and defense by company, battalion and regiment. On August 10 and the night of the Oth and 11th there will be a problem maneuver for all troops, both regu lars and guardsmen, consisting of at tack and defense of positions by, day nd night. During the encampment the different regiments encamped will be thrown Into brigades for the pur pose of illustrating the drill of bri gades In battle. The orders for the encampment re- ulre all officers and enlisted men of the O. N. G. to attend, though com pany commanders may excuse men or sickness or for reasons of era- loyment when the excuse Is consid ered sufficient. PORTLAND WILL-GO AHEAD. City Will Spend Over $5,000,000 for Public Improvements. There Is general rejoicing through out the city as a result of the favor able decision of the supreme court of Oregon, rendered yesterday morning, in the case of Francis I. McKenna against the City of Portland, In which was Involved several very Important charter amendments and the validity of 12,225.000 of bond issues, says the Oregonlan. The suit was a friendly one, brought for the purpose of testing the legality of the bonds and the amendments. Now that this matter has been set tled, the amendments being now a part of the charter, the city can pro ceed to carry Into effect these new provisions. New Temperance Drink. The East Oregonlan has Just receiv ed sample bottles of Maltona, a new temperance drink manufactured by the North Pacific Brewing company of Astoria. This Is a soft drink of a high class and contains but one per cent of alcohol In weight am) but 1.1 per cent In volume. The North Paci fic Brewing company Is the sole man ufacturer of Maltona and has (laced It bn sale In this city. If you sea It In the East Oregonlan, It's so. 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 Furnished by a Real Pianist. Absolutely fire-proof and the best ventilated theatre in the city. A Better Show at the Same Price ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c Show Sliop Attracts. The Show Shop has been attracting good crowds the past few days with the finest line of pictures that have ever Been snown mere. Among tne best are "The Chorus Girl," "A Rus tic Heroine," "Daniel Boone" nnd the beautiful Illustrated song, "By the Old Oaken Bucket, Louise." The man- gement announces another change for tomorrow. Dime Change Tomorrow. The New Dime has been attracting! the usual good crowds the past few Ays, nnd there will be another change tomorrow The late selections here re entirely new and have never been seen In the city before. The change tomorrow will continue over until Sunday. OHver-McBee. Cloyd Oliver of Echo and Mrs. Dlx D. McBeo were united in marriage here last evening, the ceremony be- g performed by Judgo Glllllnnd. FOUR TRAIN'S TO THE EAST. NORTH COAST LIMITED TWIN CITY EXPRESS EASTERN EXPRESS NORTHERN PACIFIC BURLINGTON EXPRESS Northern Pacific Railway Visit Yellowstone National Park Stopovers allowed on all tickets to enable trip being taken through Park. ROUND TRIP TOURIST RATES To all points In the middle and eastern states. Apply to any ticket agent Northern Pacific Railway and have fares quoted, routes explained, and berth reservations made, or call on or write S. It. CALPERHEAD. Gcnl. Agt., Walla Walla, Wn. A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A. W. ADAMS, Agent Pendleton, Ore. Portland. Oregon.