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All Ready for the FALL TRADE Merchandise of every description for Fall and Winter now ready for you. The largest and best stock this store has ever shown. Ladies, Misses' and Children's Ready-to-Wear Garments of every kind and description. Call and see them. All Summer Goods will be Closed Out Regardless of Cost. About $10,000 worth of merchandise left from the bank rupt Teutsch stock goes at a fraction of first cost. F. E. Livengood (Bb Co. Teutsch's Old Stand City Brevities All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. - See Mlnnli for good dry wood that burns. Lota of It on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 8781. Pendleton Cash Market for fresh meats and poultry. Thone Main 101. Unfurnished housekeeping" rooms for rent Enquire at East Oregonlan office. Miss Genevieve Fish, piano Instruc tion. 118 Monroe street, 'i hone red 2801. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, 'phone Main 6 . Fine store and office room for rent. East Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. Lost Small pockat account book belonging to E. II. Stark. Return for reward to 314 Went Webb. Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open a. m, to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw berries and Ice cream also served. Lost Telescope, between town end McKay creek; bears name of E. A Parlet. Return to Michaels, Pilot Rock; $10 reward. 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 be closed nut nt cost. IIASEBALL SCORES. Ixst. Lady's nose glasses, with chain. Re turn to 400 Earn Alta street. Reward. llfl iIIf Const League. San Francisco, Aug. 9. San Fran cisco won two games from Portland today, the first by a score of 6 to 1 while In the afternoon It was 3 to 1. Sutor pitched In brilliant form In the afternoon, striking out 10 men. Morning game. Score " R. H. E. San Francisco 5 7 0 Partlond 1 5 2 Henley and Berry; Groom and Whaling. Afternoon game. Score R. H. E. San Francisco 3 4 2 Portland 1 6 2 Sutor and LaLonge; Garrett and Whallng.- Oakland Lot to Los Angeles. Los Angeles, Aug. 9. Oakland tied the score n the fifth Inning but. In the sixth good hitting gave Los Angeles a lead of two runs and the game. Score . R. H. E. Los Angeles 4 5 8 Oakland 2 7 2 Thorsen and H. Hognn; Hardy and Slattcry. PERSONAL MENTION B69 We have a fine watch hospital, "where you may bring all your sick watches and clocks and have them re paired by the best talent In the city. ' Our Work Is Uio nest. Our prices are reasonable. We are the watch Inspector for the O. R. A Is'. R. R. That Is saying a great deal as to our ability. Try ua and you will try ui again. Louis Hnnziker Jewelery and Optician. 728 Main. XORTirWESTERX LEAGUE. Seattle. Aug. 9. A fumble ,by Cart wright after two were out, followed by two passes anil a wild pitch by Harkness gave Vancouver the game by a score of 4 to 1. Flagan's bat ting was the feature. Score R. H. E. Vancouver 4 6 2 Butte 1 S 2 Two Shut Outs. . Tacoma, Aug. 9. Tacoma shut out Aberdeen twice today. Butler's pitch ing was the feature of the morning game. Morning game: Score R. H. E. Tacoma 1 4 1 Aberdeen 0 2 0 Butler and Shea; Thompson, Boettl- ger and Fornler. Afternoon game: Score R, H. E. Tacoma 3 4 s Aberdeen 0 7 3 Baker and Shea; Callc and Fornler, Ftnniftl by Electric Current. Jlseph Robin, a laborer employed by the Mertllvary Stone company at Eighth and Townsond streets, says the San Francisco Examiner, was badly burned yesterday, morning about the face and hands when a broom handle with which he was sweeping came Into contact with an exposed live wire leading to a motor. The broom nan die, being wet, caused a circuit, the electricity flashing like an exploding fuse. Robin was treated by Dr. Fred Zumwalt at the Central Emergency hospital. Read the East Oregonlan. I lot or Cold Bottle The new vaoum bottle, will keen contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. . 1 HE DRUG STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. F. J. Chauvet of Freewater Is a bus iness visitor today. Mrs. Fred Earl, who has been at Meacham for Home tlnie, has returned home. Mayor Murphy and family have gone to Long Beach, Wash., for a brief outing. Mrs. A. M. Hovey Is In the city from Twin Falls, Idaho, today a guest of the Golden Rule. J. W. Knight has returned from Lehman springs, where he has been for the past seven weeks. B. F. Hershman of Golden, Col., Is a guest of the Golden Rule while here looking over the country. Don Prultt, of Baker City, came over from that place Saturday nlg'ht, returning home Sunday evening. Mrs. C. F. Colesworthy and daugh ter Margaret are now at Long Beach, Wash., enjoying a pleasant outing. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schlffler have Just returned from a 10 days outing a. Spokane and Cocur d'Alene lake. Charles Gelss, the Milton fruits grower, Is In the city today with a lead of fruit which he- readily dispos ed of. Mrs. Lawrence Frazier, who came down from tho camp at Meacham Saturday, will return for another week tonight. L. W. Furnas, one of the pioneer Irrigators of the Hermiston district, H a guest of the Bowman today while In the city. Hazel Hamblen left on the noon tialn for Freewater, where she has accepted a position as stenographer and bookkeeper for the Shields Fruit company. Mrs. Charles Epplnger is the guest of Mrs. F. S. Ivanhoe at La Grande, and accompanied Major and Mrs. Ivanhoe to the Looking Glass creek plcntc Sunday. Judge T. P. Gilllland left today on So. 1 for Portland, where he will at tend the Oregon good roads conven tion, which meets there tomorrow for a week's session. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crow of Dodge City, Kan., have arrived in the city to make their home here permanently. Mrs. Crow Is a sister of Mrs. W. E. Clark of this city. Colonel J. M. Bentley Is down from Meacham for a few days to attend to his extensive Insurance business, after which he will Join the family In the mountains again. John T. Dlzney, formerly of the L'matllla agency, but now blacksmith for the Warm Springs Indian agency a' Madras, Crook county, Is a guest of the Bowman while here today. Mrs. W. H. Kelsay and son, Wal ter and wife, and Mrs. L. Liggett, who have been on a two weeks out- lug at the seacoast returned home Sunday morning after a pleusant stay. Mrs. Bert Huffman, who attended the conductors' picnic on Looking Glass creek Sunday, visited with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Carlson, at Kamela. today, expecting to return home to night. Attorney G. W. Coutts and Edgar F. Averill, telegraph editor of the East Oregonian, will leave the last of tho week for a month's hunting In Curry county, one of the wildest sec tions of Oregon. ' W. F. Fargo, Instructor in the sci ence department of the high school, who together ' with Mrs. Fargo has been spending the summer In western Oregon, returned this morning and will remain until school opens next month. W. R. Graham and family returned yesterday from Meacftam, where they had been camping for the past two weeks. They drove down and there fore were not among .the number compelled to sit up all night for the train. Ed Burns of Bear creek, In the south part of the county, was In the city today - after a load of supplies and says that forest fires In that vi cinity have burned over large areas of grass and huckleberries and have done much damage to timber. KILLED BIG COUGAR. Southern Oregon Ranchmen Effect Sensational Capture of Cat. E. C. Pomery, a prominent ranch man living at the Meadows, and a neighbor of his, had a thrilling and exciting experience about 11 o'clock one night last week with a cougar that they are likely to remember for some time to come, says the Medford Mail. Incidentally, it might be mentioned that they got the animal, and It weighs 150 pounds. Although It happened to ' be late, Mr. Pomery could not resist the temp tation of going after the cougar when he saw It In the vicinity of his house. The nhe reasoned that as the animal had been causing considerable trou ble to himself and his neighbors late ly that It was his duty to get rid of it- Hastily grasping his trusty rifle, Mr. Pomery followed the animal to a large pine tree. "Two minds with but a single thought," he murmured as he, On reaching the tree, found. one of his neighbors there, who was also armed. "He Is up In that tree," said Mr. Pomery. "You bet he Is, and we will get him, too, if it takes all night," said the neighbor. Then the two men proceeded to tramp around and around the tree till they became weary, but failed to see the cougar. Then they noticed a dark object in a small tree near by where they were standing, and shot at It. Imagine their surprise when they examined It and found they had finished the cougar. GREEKS RIOT IS THE SUPERIOR COURT. Alleged Fulflc AnsHfrs of an Inter preter for Witness Enrage Spectators. Infuriated at an alleged attempt of a Greek Interpreter to give false an swers In the case of the two factions of the Greek community on trial yes terday before Superior Judge Sturte vant, a score of partisan spectators threw the place into an uproar and for a time threatened to engage in battle, says the San Francisco Exam iner. Judge Sturtevant quelled the dis turbers. The trouble started when A. Gatas tratas secretary of the order, was placed upon the stand, and an inter preter introduced to assist the court In the answers. The Interpreter was replaced with another one. The court later had to threaten S. Bunatsas with Imprisonment unless he answered in English, which he feign ed not to understand. The case was concluded yesterday, the court holding that the board of trustees elected by the church on July 6 were the lawful ones to hold office. Attorneys LIpnian & Levy an nounced that they would appeal the case to a higher court. If You Want to See the Newest in Wearing Apparel, Call at the Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Distinguishing Characteristics That win instant approval are the charming features of our new Fall , Tailor-Made Suits and Coats we are now showing. Satisfying values in our Summer Merchandise. Reduced prices on all our summer merchandise ar ' the watch words in every department of this store. Come and see to be convinced. Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us andjit's all right AMliSEMEhTS At lic Show Shop. The new change of pictures which began at the Show Shop last night Is one of the best yet seen there. Among the features are "Summer Boarders Taken In," "The Swashbuck ler," "The Piker's Dream" and "Trou bles of a New Drug Clerk." The new Illustrated song Is also very good and the entire program Is pleasing. NO LIQUOR AT THE FAIR. Spokane Will Convert Former Bar rom into Poultry Pens. Nothing but temperance drinks will be sold on the Spokane fair grounds this year, as the sale of liquor is a thing of the past at the fair. There will be no bar on the Spokane fair grounds this year. This was the unan imous opinion of the board of direct ors at the last meeting of the Inter state Fair association. The abolition of the bar was deem ed necessary so the liquor selling con cession will be omitted from the list of privileges to be -auctioned to the highest bidder on the 29th- of August The long bar under tl5e grand stand will be devoted henceforth to other purposes. 'The management of the fair has long desired to take this step, and haS taCen it on their own volition, believ ing It to be the wish of the people," says President George T. Crane. "We have always tried tc conduct the fair to please the public. We have had the matter under dlncusslon since the fair last fall, and it has been prac tically understood that the bar priv ilege In future would be suspended. Conditions have changed, and I want to assure the public that we are try ing always to manage the fair to please the greater number." The former barroom under the big grand stand will In all probability be turned Into a poultry show this year. This poultry exhibit this fall will be one of the most extensive la the history of the fair. Wanted By Japanese boy, house or office work by the day. Can talk English and give satisfaction. Leave orders at this office. Wheat Land Snap. 2000 acres for $5000.00 cash, easy terms on balance The man with the cash can make $5.00 to $10.00 on the value of the land. ' Yield of crop in 1907 26 bushels per acre. Yield of crop in 1908 19 bushels per acre. was was Circumstances Unusual For details address E. P. DODD, Hermiston - - Oregon Loaded with Apples. J. S. Austin has an apple tree of the winter variety on his lot In this city that Is loaded with apples. A branch 18 Inches In -length cut from the tree1 held 63 apples that were of the av erage size. Who says Northern Union county cannot produce apples? El gin Recorder. At a meeting last Saturday the Walla Walla county court levied a county tax which will raise the sum of 110,615 for the Walla Walla exhibit at the Alaskan-Yukon-Pacific exposl- tlon to be held at Seattle next year. Pendleton Cash Market for fresh meats and poultry. 'Phone Main 101. Pastime Program Is Good. . "The Great Auto Circuit Race," a very realistic reproduction. Is the leading feature at the Pastime for today and tonight, and It has proved to be a success in every way. Other features of the program are "Aladdin antl His Wonderful Lamp," "The Thirsty Eoldler," "The Dlppe" and "Baby's Peril." A new Illustrated song la also Introduced In the pro gram. Tlie Dime Entertains. The Dime is entertaining Its large patronage with a delightful change to day and tonight. "The Enterprising Florist," "The Accuser, " "The Ren egade" and other features are among the numbers of the program, while the delightful song, "Anchored," also rendered. The Dime continues to be well patronized and offers a pleasant entertainment for the hot season. Lost. Small hand-mude handkerchief; tatting around edges; Initials E. S. In corner. Pay reward If returned to this office. Keep Your Optics on the HANGMEN'S CLOTHING CO. We are receiving an extra fine line of Fall Clothing, at prices that will appeal to everyone. Prices to Insure QUICK SALE, WORKINGMEN'S CLOTHING CO. TEe MOST GOODS for THE LEAST MONEY Cor. Main (& Webb Sts. Old Hunt Depot Mill sun Cures Coughs, Colds, Croup, La Grippe, Asthma, Throat and Lung Troubles. Prevents Pneumonia and.Consumption THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE HONEY and TAR in the YELLOW PACKAOHj PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY.