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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, PEXDLETOX, OREGON, TUESDAY', AUGUST 11, 1908. PAGJD FIVE. ALL READY for the FALL TllADE Merchandise of every description for fall and winter now ready for you. The largest and best selected stock this store has ever s-liown. Ladies, Misses and Children's Ready-to-wear garments of every kind and description. Call and see them. All Summe Goods will be closed out regardless of cost. About $10,000 worth of merchandise left from the bnnk dupt Teulsch stock poes at a fractiou of first cost. F. . Livengood (8b Co. . Teutsch's OUTStandj City Brevities All kinds of good dry wood. See Mlnnls. See Mlnnls for good dry wood that burns. Lots of it on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent Enquire at East Oregonlan office. Miss Genovlevc Fish, piano Instruc tion. 118 Monroe street, 'i hone red 2801. All kinds of transfer, work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, 'phone MUn 5 . Fine store and office room for rent East Oregonlan building. Enquire this office. Lout Small pocket account book belonging to E. H. Stark. Return for reward to 314 West Webb. Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open 6 a. m. to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw berries and Ice cream also served. Lost Telescope, between town and McKay creek; bear name of E. A. Parlet. Return to Michaels, Pilot Rock; $10 reward. Annual reduction sale on all seas onable lines at Goodman Hardware Co.'. Re frigerators, freezers, ham mocks, churns and many other arti cles to be closed nut at cost. EMBEZZLEMENT CHARGED. of For Sale. C40 acres of fine wheat land, five tnllos east of Helix, one-half sum'mer fallow; fine house and barns, and otdior Improvements. On easy terms. One half cash, balance on time, 7 per com interest. Enquire J. M. Bentley, Hartinan Abstract Co., Pendleton, Ore. Seattle Insurance Man Accused Stealing $ 10,000. .Seattle, Aug. 11. II. E. Weymouth, on Insurance man of this city, and a former well known mining man, is under arrest, accused of embezzling thousands of dollars, by S. C. Osborne of the Commonwealth Insurance com pany, who alleges an investigation will show that $10,000 have disap peared In the last 14 months. The evidence against the prisoner consists of two checks aggregating about $71. Weymouth conducted the business under his own name up to the time Osborne bought him out. The charge Is that the prisoner accepted checks Intended for the company. PERSONAL MENTION AMERICAN ROADS AID CANADIAN PACIFC. Winnipeg, Aug. 11. Reports lndl cate that United States railroads, par ticularly the New York Central, are furnishing strikebreakers to the Ca nadian Taclfic and supplying equip ment. Scores of strikebreakers are arriving. Old XcwspuMT .Man Here. J. D. Welch, who for 30 years was engaged In the newspaper business In Kansas, but 'who is now resident igcnt for the Oliver Typewriter com pany in the territory between Hunt- iiJKion aim ana vtaiia, is in tne city today on a trip through his tor ntory. He was prominent In the newspaper business In Kansas, but came to the Northwest on account of his hearth. George Thompson of Lewlston Is here today on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Bond of Helix, are In the city today on a trading trip. J. C. Coombs, the pioneer of Nye, Is In the city after a load of sup plies. T. D. Elam of Echo Is a guest of the Golden Rule while here on a brief visit today. J. D. Crooks of Boise Is a guest at the Golden Rule today while look ing over the country. Charles McAlavey, the prominent wheatgrower of Helix, is in the city today on a business trip. Ernest Bertram of La Grande is a guest of Hotel Bowman today while here on a trading trip. F. Engleman of 'one Is a guest of Hotel St. George while in the city today on a business trip. E. P. Bergman of Sumpter is a guest of Hotel St. George while In the city on business today. F. T. O'Connell of Umatilla has just returned from Cambridge, Idaho, and Is In the city for a few days. Robert Crowley of Long creek is guest of Hotel Bowman while In the cljy- today on a trading trip. R. F. Johnson, the pioneer of Brigg- son, is in tho city today on a trading trip and guest of Hotel Bowman. Mrs. Judd Hamilton and family of Wallowa are guests of Hotel St. George while passing through the city to Douglas R. Ball of the Elake-Mc- Fall Paper company, Is in the city today from Walla Walla on a tour of this territory. I. E. Earl and family returned to day from Meacham with about 10 gallons of huckleberries, the result of a week's picking. Miss Mary Rothrock, formerly of this city, and now teaching in the high school at Hood River, Is the guest of Pendleton ftiend.s for a few days. Miss Anna McKay, who has been the guest of Miss Bertha Alexander for the past two weeks, left last ev ening for her home In Baker after a delightful visit here. MAY SUE JUDGE LANDIS FOR $50,000 DAMAGES. Ex-Captain in United States Army hent to rrlson in Face of Writs Issued by Judge Grosscup. Judge Kcnesaw 11. Landls of the federal court probably will be sued ne,xt week for $50,000 damages for raise imprisonment, says a dispatch from Chicago. Tho suit Is to be Instituted by Dan hl F. Keller, formerly a captain in the United States army, who was sent to tho federal penitentiary at Fort Leavenworth last Saturday by Judge Landis to serve a two years' sen tence for stealing government checks. The legal proceedings against the Judge will come as the aftermath of tho long and bitter feud between Jurgo Landis and Judge Peter S. Grosscup. Attorneys W. A. Adams and'W. M.Yeatman, representing Kel ler, alleging that Judge Landis used a mittimus committing the army cap tain to tho penitentiary at Leaven worth In the face of writs of super- cedeas and error which had been Issued by Judge Grosscup. For some time Judge Landis and Judge Grosscup have not been on speaking terms, and the breach be came wider when Judirn n.n wrote the decision for the court of ap peals reversing the $29,240,000 fine Imposed by Judge Landis on the Standard OH company. The suit to be filed by Captain Keller against Judge Landis will result In both Jurists be ing called Into the state courts to testify. It was charged that Keller collected more than $50,000 on forged checks. LIGHTS MATCH; IS SHOT. Revolver Is Accidentally Jerked from Pocket and Discharged. Weiser, Idaho, Aug. 11. Charles Horton, a young man about 21 years of age, was accidentally shot in the leg Just above the ankle. Both bones of the leg were broken. He Is In a hos pital in this city. The wound is ser- inne nnd It wc... K . putate the leg. ine shooting was done with a 44 caliber revolver. Horton attempted to light a match on his trousers, when his hand caught on a key ring chain In the pocket, Jerking the revolver out. As it fell to the floor it was dls- charged. 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 andfit's all right LAD DIES TWICE IX DAY. H. B. Sinnott, a brother-in-law of Judd Fish of Hotel Bowman, is a guest of Mr. Fish and family tod.iv while on his way from Chicago to his home at The Dalles. Postmaster James T. Brown re turned yesterday from Long Beach, asn., wnere no nail been for sev eral weeks on an outing Mrs. Brown will remain there for several weeks before returning home. KED BRAVE SLATS SQUAW. SEATTLE SI HHENDERS. 868 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 I Uio Bert. Our prices are reasonable. We are the watch Inspector for the O. R. & 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. Wlun Con l limes Stationary. tne price or wneat continues at 78 cents in this city, and practically no sales have been made since dropped from 80 cents. Thc'farmers are holding, many believing that It will go higher before the harvest is over. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank the many friends who so kindly assisted us during tho Illness and death of our son Virgil Signed, Jesse Frankumand family. Suit on Account. A suit was filed today by Gibson & Cole to recover the sum of $41.65 and costs from Peter Corrlgan on account isorourne Berkeley Is down from his Granite mines for a few days on business. The family Is still camp ing at ojlve lake and Mr. Berkeley will return In a short time to the mountains. DeWItfs Little Early Risers, safe, easy, pleasant, sule, little liver pills. Sold by Tallman & Co. Hot or Cold Bottle The new vacum bottle, will k a An contents hot for 24 hours, wafm for 48 hours, and cold for72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7. 50. THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES VOU BE.ST. Envies Take Possession of the Wash ington Mi'troHlls. Seattle, Aug. 11. Seattle has sur rendered to the Eagles today. The 10th annual convention was formally opened this morning and 1000 dele gates with 5000 Eagles and friend are hore. It Is predict ed that 17.000 visitors will be here tonight. Mayor Miller, Governor Mead and I'nited States Senator Piles addressed the convention. Worthy Grand Pres ident Bell responded. Sirs. "Jim" Letts Dies at Hand of Drunken Spouse. Toppcnish, Wash., Aug. 11. Mrs. jim L.CHS, an Indian woman, was killed last night by her husband, while drunk. Another Indian and squaw were Implicated In the affair, the wo man being horribly beaten, evidently with a club. Deputy Sheriff Liggert and Coroner rFank arrived on the scene this morning. Letts can not be luuini mis morning, ana it is sup posed he has made for the mountains. Many Indians have been drunk of late on the reservation. STIUKES MAIL OHDER WHISKY. Georgia Court of Appeal Puts Ban on Liquor Solicitation. Atlanta, Ga Aug. 11. Judge Rich ard 13. Russell today in the Georgia court of appeals, with the concur rence of the entire court, rendered an opinion to the effect that the soliclta tion of orders by mall in another state for whisky or other Intoxicating bev erages in the state of Georgia, as well as In the state by any individual or corporation, is a violation of the laws of the state of Georgia, and any per son making any such solicitation is guilty of a crime against the state. AMbSEMEMS Change at the Pastime. An excellent change of program Is seen at the Pastime this week. Among the numbers are "The Trainer's Daughter," "Cold in the Head," "All s Fair In Love . and War," and a beautifully Illustrated song, "When the Mocking Birds are Singing in the Meadow." Brother Against Brother. Chicago, Aug. 11. "John Involved me in this case through revenge be- cause I refused to send him money. am not afraid to go back to San Francisco and face the charges. It is case of revenge and blackmail by my brother," declared Peter Claudia- nes, the San Francisco Greek, arrest ed here charged with complicity In the Gallagher dynamiting outrages In Oakland. His brother John confess, ed to placing the bomb under the Gallagher home, saying Peter knew all about it. Laborers Are RobJxxl. Chico, Cal., Aug. 11. Fifteen men were held up by two highwaymen and robbed of $700 on a lonely road near Sterling City, near Here, according to a report. The victims were lum bermen who had Just been paid. At the Dime. "Combersomc First' Price," "Hard to Get Arrested," "The Living Pos ter" and "The Story of a Fisher Maiden" are among the delightful numbers seen on the change of pro gram at the Dime today. AH of these are attractive and make up an excellent- entertainment. At the Show Shop. The excellent change 'seen at the Show Shop this week includes "The Orphan," "Soap In His Eyes," "Elec tric Pile," and the beautiful song, "Cnder the Harvest Moon." All- of the numbers are interesting and th Show Shop continues to have a good patronage. Boy Supposed to Bo Drowned Is Brought to Life by Fattier, only to Expire Suddenly Later. Koblesville, Ind., Aug. 11. Nelson Pfaff, aged 15, son of Jacob Pfaff, a well-to-do farmer, died today under remarkable circumstances. He and several companions 'went to Cool creek to swim. Toung Pfaff was the first to enter the water, and soon after leaving the bank he sank. His failure to appear on the surface in a reasonable time frightened his. com panions, who ran for assistance. Jacob Pfaff, the father, was the first to reach the scene, and he did not arrive until the boy had been under the water 20 minutes. The lad was found without much difficulty, and limp and apparently dead he was carried out on the bank by the father, who worked with him 10 minutes before he began to mani fest signs of life. The motion of a, muscle here and there caused the father to renew his energies to bring the boy back to life, and after an hour's hard work he succeeded, the ad finally recovering sufficiently to walk home. A physician was called, the water pumped out of the boy's stomach and lungs and he was pro nounced out of danger. An hour after the physician left the home the lad suddenly became worse and died in a few minutes. in a directorle gown, and as she asked the question she exhibited a shapely calf and ankle through the slit In the garment. Justice Pierce was hearing the case against the actress, and of course was unable to , express an opinion, but the fact that he acquitted her of the charge of public indecency was proof that he thought it dId"not "look bad." After the trial Justice Pierce said: "The directorle gown Is modest la comparison to some of the sights you see on any rainy day." There are many Imitations of Pi Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. j but just one original. Sold by Tall- man & Co. WIN'S IIF.U CASE BY SHOWING HEALTHY PLANT8 RclN the Heat Careful Atttatloa at Well Good Soil. , Did you ever see a rosebush whlch desplte the most beneficent environment of soil of sunshine and of atmosphere, -seemed never to achieve a healthy growth. A ton of manure will not help a rdnnt that has a canker eating out its heart. Tou must destroy the cause before you can remove the efTeet. Tou cannot cure Dandruff nnd Bald ness by rubbing on hair lotions, and rubbing In vaseline, etc. Tou must look to the cause of thf trouble It's a germ at the roots of your hair which causes It to fall out -N'owbro's ITerplclde destroys tho mrm, ind hMtthy hair Is the sure ren!t Sold by lending- druggists. Rem! 13 ir Mnmps for sample to The Herjilcldo Co. Detroit. Mich. Two slsea 60 cents and tl.00. HER SPLIT C.OWX IX COURT. Actress Arrested, for Wearing N'ew Tangled Skirt In Public Is Set at Liberty. Muncie, Ind., Aug. 11. "Now, that oesn't look so badly, does it?" asked Miss Isabelle Turner of Justice Tierce. The comely young actress was ar raigned for appearing in the streets Xeedle Point Stabs Heart Warsaw, Ind., Aug. II. Within five minutes after she awakened her mother, early today, to tell of a pe culiar sensation that had come over her. Miss Violetta Bowen, aged 16, died from leakage of the heart. j It is one of the most peculiar cases that has ever come to the attention of local physicians. A post-mortem examination developed that a minute sharp instrument, resembling the point of a needle, had entered her heart through the arteries. Frequently during the past few months Miss Bowen complained of piercing sensations, first In her hand, then in her forearm, next In the shoulder and finally In the chest. Miss Bowen came here from Den ver two weeks ago with her mother, Mrs. Tressa Walden. ' Operation for Piles will not be ne cessary if you use ManZan Pile Rem edy, guaranteed. Price 60 cents. Sold by A. C. Koeppen & Bros. See our line of hammocks, gasoline oil stoves, freezers, before purchasing elsewhere. We are making special prices. Goodman Hardware Co. MM Keep Your Optics on the WORKMEN'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. T5e MOST GOODS for THE LEAST MONEY Cor. Main Webb Sts. Old Hunt Depot A. O. Koeppen ft Bros.