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DAILY EAST ORECOXIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1908. FAGJ9 CTYB. Open Till 9 o'Clock This Evening Attend the Monster Bankrupt Sale of theTeutsch Stock. Specials For Tonight. 10 00 yards Rmbroidery, worth up to 15c yard, Tonight 4c Any lady's fancy Skirt in the house already mark ed at Bankrupt prices 20 per cent. off. Alterations Free. And Ladies don't forget the big sale on Canvas Oxfords, values up to $2.25 now 98c F. E. Livengood 8b Co. Teutsch's Old Stand City Brevities Ice cream at Hohbach's. All kinds of rood dry wood. 8e Mlnnls. More new rugs Juat received at Pendleton Furniture Co.- See Mlnnla for food, dry weod that burns. Lota of It on hand. Dressed chlckena every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 1711. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan ffice. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Btaniberry ft Milne, phone Main I. The Pendleton Furniture company has just received another shipment of well rugs. For Rent Store room on Main street In the East Oregonlan building. Apply at this office. For Rent Furnished- house at 121 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. For Rent Seven-room house four blocks from Main street. All modern conveniences. Inquire at F. B. Clop ton Co. 'a office. See our line of hammocks, gasoline oil stoves, freezers, before purchasing elsewhere. We are making special "prices. Goodman Hardware Co; Annual reduction sale on all seas onable lines at Goodman Hardware Co.'s. Refrigerators, freezers, ham mocks, churns and many other arti cles to he closed out at cost For Sale Eighty pairs of pigeons producing 24 pairs of squabs per week for sale at reasonable price. Excel lent business for the right kind of a boy. Inquire at this office. Bees Laxative Cough Syrup for young and old la prompt relief for coughs, croup, hoarseness, whooping cough. Gently laxative. Guaranteed. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. WIIONGED GIRL DIES. Falls to Recover From Criminal Oper ation Arrests Will Be Made. Blackfoot, Idaho, July 24. In the preliminary examination .continued here yesterday to determine who per formed a criminal operation on Mary Robb of Rigby, on or about June 8, 1908, the testimony shows that B. J. Humphrey of Rlgby made arrange ments by telephone with Dr. Mitchell of Blackfoot to have Mary Robb come to him to be operated upon. In mak ing the engagement, Humphrey said: "This girl Is something of a good fellow. She knows enough to keep her mouth shut; do the right thing by her." Nellie Sayer, John Sayer and Geo. Kite went with her to Blackfoot and left her there on June 9 In good health. During the forenoon she was out somewhere, but retrned to the hotel at noon looking sick and feeling weak. She went to a private hospital that afternoon and died June li. It was reported that she was oper ated on for appendicitis, but an autop sv was held, which showed the appen dlx Intact and proved that a criminal operation had been performed. The star witness for the prosecution will take the stand tomorrow. . PERSONAL MENTION Hand Cruslied and Burned. Nineteen-year-old Maxle Newman's hand and wrist were badly crushed and burned In a mangle at the steam laundry at Castle Rock, Wash., while preparing the mangle for the day's work. The girl was sent to St. Vin cent's hospital, Portland, for an op eration on the hand. AMUSEMENTS eea We have a fine watch hospital, where you may bMng all your sick watches and clocks and have them re paired by the best talent In the city. Our Work Is the Best. Our prices are reasonable. W are the watch Inspector for the O. R. A N. R. R. That Is saying a great deal as to our ability. Try us and you will try us again. Louis Hunziker Jewelery and Optician. 728 Main. Beautiful Indian Pictures. The two Dimes will be opened to day and tomorrow with a fine set of motion pictures. The change at new Dime Includes a very beautiful Indian scene, telling an Interesting story, "An Indian's Gratitude," and the Illustrated song, "Keep on Smil ing," Is one of the best yet shown. The pictures at both Dimes are ex ceptionally good, and another change Is announced for tomorrow. "Plctiiresquo Wales." The Pastime has been showing an excellent lot of pictures the past few days, "Picturesque Wales" being among the most attractive yet seen In the city. The entire program Is good, Including the Illustrated song, "Love Me and the World Is Mine." There will bo a change tomorrow. "The Summer Girl." Tomorrow there will be another first-class chango of motion pictures at the Show Shop, all ' entirely new. Tho pictures the past few days have been especially Interesting, Including "Native Life In Egyptian Soudan" and the illustrated song, "The Sum mer Girl." Tomorrow's change will be equally as good. Mike "What country has the blackest sheep, That?" Pat. "That's alsy, Molke; why Wall strate, New Torrock, of coorse; and, I may add, (he alslest shearing lambs too." The new vac urn bottle, will keep contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. - THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST... F. L. Griffin of Corvallls, has been a visitor here today. James Kyle was up from Echo last evening on a short business trip. W. H. Daugherty of Echo, was transacting business In the city last evening. Mrs. C. J. Bowers and daughter, of Walla Walla, passed through here yesterday. Miss Jessie Smith will leave this evening for Meacham to spend Sun day with relatives. Senator Levi Ankeny arrived this morning from Walla Walla for a brief business visit In the city. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Huffman left last evening for Kamela, where they will enjoy a week's outing.- Marcus Struve will leave on No. 6 tomorrow morning for Meacham to spend Sunday with friends. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. McClure left this afternoon for Spokane, where they will visit for several days. J. M. Kyle, the well known lrrlga tlonlst and fruit raiser of Echo, came up last evening on a short visit. Chris Breeding, a well known farm er from the north end of the county, was in the city today on business. Charles Welttonhallcr of Plattevllle, Wis., Is a visitor In the city today and Is registered at the Hotel Bowman. Miss Hazel Hamblen Is now em ployed as stenographer In the office of the county school superintendent Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Goodman and son are arranging to leave for Meach am where they will spend several days. Homer Reeves, the Insurance ad juster, arrived yesterday from Spo kane, where he now has headquar ters. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Graham ex pect to leave today for Meacham to remain a couple of weeks during the warm weather. Mrs. R. N. Oliver came up from Portland this morning, where she had been visiting for a week with her sis ter, Mrs. Fisher. Fred Earl, manager of the furnish ing goods department of the Peoples Warphouse, Is now spending a short vacation at Meacham. Miss Mayme RIppey Is now employ ed at the general delivery window at the postofflce as sub In place of Miss Prlvett, who Is away upon her vacation. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Judd and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Gwlnn are among those who will leave this evening for Wenaha springs to remain over Sun day. G. W. Brown and Roy W. Saxton of the reclamation service will pass through on No. 2 this evening to We nana springs, where they will remain over Sunday. Attorney Oliver P. Morton passed through the city last evening on his way to Wenaha springs, where he will flBh for trout In that vicinity for a couple of days. Mrs. J. W. Prlvett and daughter, Miss Winnie, will leave today for the "Pines," the Parkes camp at Meach am, where they will remain for a few weeks. Miss Delia Prlvett will Join them a little later. Mrs. Walter Adams, wife of the Northern Pacific agent, is very 111 at the family home on South Main street, her case having been pronounc ed typhoid fever by the attending physician, Dr. C. J. Smith. Rev. W. L Van Nuys, who assisted In tho organization of the new church at Uklah Sunday last, returned. to his home In Pendleton Wednesday. While fishing In Camas creek during his stay In- Uklah, he reports seeing a deer. Pilot Rock Record. G. M. Vinton, formerly of the Em pire Tea company, of this city, but now of Dwight Edwards & Co., In Se attle, has been In the city since last evening visiting with old friends. He will leave tills evening on No. 2 for Boston and different places In the east to remain a couple of months. Ed Cross returned this morning fiom Portland, where he has been In consultation with the officials of the O. R. & N., In regard to certain ad justments of schedules which have been under consideration for several weeks. Ed says things will come out satisfactory to all. La Grande Ob server. Lowell Rogers of Adams, Is trans acting business In the city today. He brought In samples of grain which has Just been harvested on his place. He got 40 bushels from much of his land, while most of It averaged about 35 bushels to the acre. He has one of the finest wheat ranches In the county. M. Cleveland's "Ifist." (New York Times.) "Grover Cleveland was all his life a preacher of optimism,' 'said a Prince ton man the other day. "All his lec tures breathed the spirit of hoping for the best, of looking on the bright side of things. I was fortunate enough to have the entree to his home In Princeton, and on one oc casion I made so bold as to compli ment him on this pronounced trait of his character. " 'Yes, I suppose I am what you might call an optimist,' he said, with a twinkle in his eye, 'but I hope I 'am not an Hint.' " 'An iflst,' I repeated. 'What Is an iflst?' "'An Ifist,' said Mr. Cleveland, 'Is a person who Is a slave to the little word If, whereas an optimist hopes for the best In a sane manner. The Iflst Is never quite sane. I once knaw an iflst who was lost in the Maine woods with a companion on a hunting expedition. As night came on they made camp, but, although they were hungry, they had shot no game, and had nothing to eat. With a per fectly serious face this fellow looked at his companion and said: " ' 'If we only had some ham, we'd have ham and eggs, If we only had the eggs. "' Exportation Statistics Sougl. The secretary of the Interior and the secretary of agriculture have ap proved the organization of what Is to be known as the water resources service, in which the forestry serv ice, the reclamation service, the bu reau of plant Industry and the water resources branch of the United States geological survey are to co-operate with the weather bureau In gathering snowfall data from mountain regions, .as well as other valuable information having to do with the forests, irriga tion, evaporation and the introduc tion of new and valuable plants. It is hoped by this means to obtain measurements of rainfall jud snowfall in the mountains throughout the state for the benefit1 of irrigation inter ests, both public and private. Prof. F. H. Blgelow, who as chief of the cllmatologlcal division of the weather bureau will have supervision of the weather bureau and of the work, has spent considerable time in the west during the last year, paying particu lar attention to evaporation problems. and is undertaking the work with a determination to obtain this informa tion relative to the drainage area ot every stream of importance in the west. Riot Claims to Be Paid. . Checks aggregating $25,000 are be ing sent from Vancouver from Ottawa in payment of the Chinese claims a settled by Mackenzie King, the com missioner who inquired into the dam age done by rioters in the anti-Orient- al demonstration of last September T. : Alex Twlzk, a coal passer, fell from the bunkers to the track at Skyko- mish. Wash., yesterday afternoon, and while lying injured on the rails was run over by a Great Northern train. Lest You Forget This is the Last Week of Oar Midsummer-July-Jubilee Sale. Many of our lots have been closed out, but we have replaced them by some even greater values than ever . .'. Ladies' cool Wash Skirts, better than ever values your choice while they last - - $1.7ft Silk Jumper Suits, a good range of sizes, a wide choice as to colorings and designs, and mind you the values run to $25. 00, special while they last $9.98 White Parasols and Under-muslins cheaper than the cheapest. Remember the Place Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right DISCRIMINATING LADIES. Enjoy ralnr Hcrp'clde on Arconat of Ila Dlstlaetlreneaa. The ladles who have used NVwbro's Herplclde speak of It In the highest .erms, for its quick effect In denmlng he scalp of dandruff and also for Its ex- :ellencs as a general hair-dressing It makes the scalp feel fresh and It albya that itching which dandruff will ca-is N'ewbro's IIorplcMe effectively cures i.tndruff, as It destroys the g'-.nn that ;nuses it. Th ame prr-i c-"pcfi hr.lr la fall out. and liter baldness; tit klV.h-'t I!. Horplclde stops filling hblr ar.l prevents baldness. It is also an Ideal hair dreas- ng, for It lends an aristocratic charm tj tho hair that Is quite distinctive. SolJ by leading druggists. Send 10c. In stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co., Dp rolt. Mich. Two sixes 60 cents and 11.00. A. C. Koeppen A Bros. French Sunday Dinner St. George Restaurant Sunday. July 26, 5 to 8 p. m. Consomme de Volaille Salade Italienne Fillet de Saumon ar la Normandie Pomme de Terre Naturel Roti d'Agneau Sauce a la Menthe Capon en Fricassee Parisienne Petits Pois en Cases Pommes de Terre Bouillies Glace Melee Gateaux Assortis Gelee a la Porto Goufres Cafe Noir 50 c a Plate The East Oregonian is eastern Oregon's representative paper. It ltads and the people appreciate it and show it by their liberal patron ape. It is the advertising medium of this section. EZRA MEEKER TO KILL - ins oxex Axn ro. Seattle, Wash., July 25. Despite the storm of protest aroused by the announcement of Ezra Meeker that he would kill "Dave," one of the oxen which pulled him 4600 miles across the continent and back, the old pio neer has not changed his intention. He still states that he will kill "Dave" and "Dandy," the oxen and "Jim," the handsome shepherd dog which accompanied him on his trip, and have their bodies stuffed and placed in Pioneer .park at Puyallup. Woman Left $200,000. A fortune of 1200,000 has come to Mrs. Paul Sterling, of CoquiUe, Ore., through the death of an uncle at Grants Pass. Mrs. Sterling was no tified of the bequest and Is now at Grants Pass to . be present at the settlement of the estate. Wanted A flrl not under 14 years. to nurse and assist In general house work. No cooking. Good wages. Mrs. J. S. Fish, 118 Monroe street. BINGHAM WARM SPRINGS NOW WENA-HA SPRINGS r rl. J..K.1 'A W it J This famous old Blue Mountain Resort, will be open une 1 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 special feature, being under the care of the best steward and chef obtainable. Rates : $15.00 to $18.00 per week; $2.50 to $3.00 a day; Camping privilege $1 .25 a week each. For further particulars write to WE-NA-HA SPRINGS GIBBON POST OFFICE UMATILLA COUNTY ORE. I J. A. BOIUE Prop. 'Phone red 2801.