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. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, 190. TACE FIVE. FRIDAY Will be Skirt Day at the Pendleton Cloak (f& Suit House One hundred and ninety five Ladies and Misses Skirts to select from, some recent arrivals and all up to date at a reduction of 1 -6 from regular price for Friday only. New arrival of Silk Waists, the prettiest we have shown this seasdn $3.98, $4.50 and $5.00. Also a big drive in Umbrellas, about 100 in the lot, values $1.25. $1.50 and $1.75 your choice for $ 1 .00 Friday only. At the Up-to-Date Store HENRY PIERCE Nil1,',1 FORMER WHEAT KING OWNS VICTORIA ISLAND. Son of Nullum I'icrco RovIhIIh Old I View In N'v Hum Million Dollur IroHTly In California Ylctorlu Island CoiiIiiIiih 7000 Acres Vegeta ble Ruining Lund, Eariix-d by Cx'IIch. City Brevities Fresh Olymplu oyilen at Hohbch's. 'Oad" ad Irons at W. J. Clark & Co.'. Howard heaters at W. J. Clarke & Co.'. All kinds of good dry wood. Se Mlnnla. Skutos free at the rink ask Ire land about It Wanted Woman to do washing. Phone rid 3902. Brt nut coal. Give us a chance Oregon Lumber Yard. To okatern Auk Ireland how to get free ticket each week. See Mlnnls for gooj dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. A five-pound all wool blanket for 4 25 at the Wonder Store. (as sad Irons cost lo an hour to op-c-ratf. See W. J. Clarke & Co. Oak wood, the heat producer, for Hale at tliu Oregon Lumber yard. Fine and delicious grapes, pears and apples, Just received at Ingram's gro cery. Hot chocolate, tomato bullllon, clam bullllon and sandwiches at the Delta. anil slab wood. Oregon Lumber Tard. Fluffy white cotton bats, full com foit size, at Sic roll. The Wonder Store. Unfurnished housekeeping roomi for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan of'lce. J. Clapps & Sons all wool suits, Jl.l to $20 per suit. The Wonder toie. Six head of work horses for sale. Address A. K., 513 Franklin, or 'phono red 2352. Every fresh vegetable the market affords: can be found dally at In Kiam's (irocery. For Sale Five-acre ranch, well Improved, li miles east of Pendle ton. Address Box 670 P. O. For Rent One suite of four rooms furnished for housekeeping, $10 per month; 801 South Main. Lost Small elk tooth, without mounting. Finder leave at Hotel liowman and get reward. Gus La Fontaine has Just received a fresh lot of crawfish, crab and oys ters In the shell at the Quelle. Extra fine Indian Runner drakes for sale, $2 each as long as they last. Address Etta Pell, Pendleton, Ore. For Rent Nicely furnished bed room for one or two gentlemen, three blocks from Main street. Apply 312 West Alta. Oct your suits ready for the Hal lowe'en masquerade to be given by the Women of Woodcraft, October 30. There'l bo prizes given. Graham's regular prices on talking machines are as low and lower than the prices charged elsewhere at so called sales. Latest records arriving dally. Henry Pierce, owner of Victoria Is land, In the Pan Joaquin river,' Cali fornia, and a former wheat king of this county, U. now In Pendleton. He urrlved last night from San Francis co and Is on his way to Walla Walla to visit his mother. He will spend a week In Pendleton and vicinity. Mr, Pierce Is the son of Nathan Pierce, prominent pioneer of Umatil la county and who at one time was candidate for governor of Oregon. Years ago Henry Pierce was a big reservation rancher and was known as the blKgest wheatralser In Oregon. He then became Interested In the Vlc t rla Island property and moved from here to California to look after the same. Victoria Island contains 7000 acres of fine garden land and Is used for vegetable raising purposes. Nearly 500 Chinese and Japanese lease the Islands and raise garden -truck for San Francisco and adjacent cities. The Island Is protected from the San Joaquin river by dykes. Until a few years ago Walter M. Pierce and A. D. Stlllman were also interested In the Island, but at the conclusion of some litigation In which i the property was Involved they dis posed of their holdings to the pres ent owner. Victoria Island has always been re garded as worth a million dollars and It Is anticipated that it will Increase greatly In value as time goes on. While here today Mr. Pierce has been busy meeting old friends and ac quaintances formed during the days when he was a reservation wheat-raiser. MINER MEETS HORRIBLE DEATH BY STARVATION'. HANDSOME PIECE OF PENDLETON' Fl'RN ITl'RE. fa fafafafa fa fafa 9 A Sunn In Watches. A ladles' cold fill case, guaranteed for years, with n fine Amer ican made movement, for $15.00. They are beau ties and have our Individ ual guarantee back of them. LouH Himlker, Jeweler and Optician, 720 Main St. A handsome piece of furnlturr whleh not only reflects credit upon the owner but which shows the possi bilities of that form of manufacture In this city, Is an elegant combination refrigerator and show case Just made for Will Ingram by the Pendleton Planing mills. The case Is H feet 111 length, with a display section of plate glass front and mirrored back In the center, flanked on either side by refrigera tor compartments. It will be used In keeping and displaying fish and similar perishable foodstuffs. The front and top of the case are finished In quarter-sawed oak, the Interior In white enamel and the back In Ore gon tir. Lost In DewTt Without Ftxnl or Wa iur mid GO Miles from Human Habitation. Los Angeles, Oct. 21. Thirty miles from human habitation, B. T. Pratt, a miner 60 years of age, starved to death in the Inyo county desert, ac cording to reports brought by O. W. Iwls and II .E. Shankland. who re turned from a prospecting trip In the Argus mountains. A notebook In which is scribbled a full and terrible nceount ' of the dying agonies was found. It bore Pratt's name and contained the following entry: "I left Grapevine, Inyo county. Cal ifornia, July 28. Thomas S. Pratt tod me I would perish, but I thought I could make It. but got lost, so I cuess I will have to give In. I have no water, nothing to eat and can't walk." fafafa Hotel Pendleton. F. L. Vulllet. Portland) J. E. Cox. San Francisco; It. E. Paddock, Port land; A. J. Powell. WalU Walla; U. A. Woodman, Portland; A. E. Hoff man, St. Louis; T. F. Itourke, Port land; S. F. Wilson, Alberta, B. C; F. M. Bowman and wife, Twin Falls; R. N. Stanfleld, Echo; Miss Durand, New York; Miss Hart, New York; Miss ilayden, New York; Harry Max well, New York; .T. F. Nylander, Port bind; H. V. Cameron, Spokane; M. J. McDermltt, Spokane; W. H. Boyd, Echo; J. P. Riley, St. Paul; I. O. Purdln, Wa,lla Walla; Miss Betlnla Bowman, Twin Falls; Harry Collins, Twin Falls; F. U McCrea, Holdman, Ore.; E. Sternberger, I A.; J. H. Ray, Boise, Idaho; R. Wlssler, La Grande; F. It. Wallbrunn. Philadelphia; Mrs. 10. C. Bradley, New York. liOSt. lady's silver watch with gold fob, "M. It. B." on fob. Leave at tele phone office and receive reward. Hot or Cold Bottle Tne new vacuin bottle, will keep contents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for 72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. K E IP IP B M THE DRUQ STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Sold Liquor o Sunday. Owen Matthews was fined $10 In Recorder J. M. Filloon's court yester day evening on the charge of selling Irtoxicating liquors on Sunday, says The Dalles Chronicle. Matthews is proprietor of the Rail road saloon on First street and was caught In the act of disposing of booze to Jack Starret on the first day o-: the week. The defense. In the case yesterday, Introduced a sworn statement, signed by Starret, who stated that he was sick Sunday and was unable to get any medicine and so went tb Mr. Matthews, that he offered him money for the stuff but that the saloon man would not accept It. From the testimony, however, It was clear that. Matthews was guilty of the offense and Recorder Fllloon fennel him guilty, fining him $10, whlih was readily paid. Explosion Injures Four. An explosion In the powder house at Cumberland, B. C. occurred early Friday morning while several men were getting their powder, preparatory to going on shift In the mines. Four men were Injured. Two of them, Alex Armstrong and John Baird, are now In the hospital. McNevlns' boarding house, which was situated about 20 yards from the powder house, wns blown to matchwood, the Inmates, fortunately, escaping serious Injuries. I'mlier Aevuso Son. Andrew Seizor, the young son of J. JSetzer, a well known groceryman of Belllngham, Is in Jail charged with stealing a watch and chain, a gold headed umbrella and $5 from his father. A burglary charge will be lodged against him In the superior court. The boy deserted from the navy some lime ago and at one time served In the state reform school. The arrest was made on the complaint of the father, who suspected his son. One Head, the Other IyMr. At Taft, Mont., Saturday night, George Mellek and Peter Rukavann engaged In a dlscuslon of the bible, when Mellek Instantly killed Ruka vana. Mellek ran to escape capture and fell over an embankment, receiv ing n fractured skull and other In juries which must prove fatal. A freight wreck occurred on the O. R. & N, near St. John, Wash., Friday night, causing a tleup of traffic until 11 o'clock Saturday morning. One car loaded with wheat was destroyed, and 800 bushels of wheat were dam aged. Two or three other cars were derailed and somewhat damaged. Do you need a New Goaf this Winter? If you do we can please you, no matter what kind of a Coat you want. We can give you the latest styles in all the leading colors for Fall and winter. If you want a Coat for $5 we can show you values worth up to $8, For $10 we can show you Broadcloths in any shade you should desire fully worth $12.50 to $15. For $15 we can show you Broadcloths in Navy, Black, Tan,' Red and Greenfull satin lined and nicely trimmed with Braids and Bands fully worth $20 any where. $20 will buy you a beautiful Empire Coat in plain or fancy mixtures worth at least $25. At $25, $27.50 and $30 we are showing garments in-a wide range of styles in all shades, Ppretty Bear Skin Coats for Children Ages 1 to 6, in white Blue, Red, Green and Tan. $2.50 Curly Bear Skin Coats Ages 1 to 6, all colors $3.50 Others at $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. A full line of Hoods, Caps and Leggings to match all coats Make your purchase while the assortment is good. F. E. LIVENGOOD CO. TEUSCH'S OLD STAND mem LADIES SKIRTS, ALL COLORS $15.00 Ladies Skirts $10.00 $12.50 Ladies Skirts $ '8.75 $10.00 Ladies Skirts $ 7.25 $ 7.50 Ladies Skirts $ 5.Q0 $ 5.00 Ladies Skirts $ 3.25 SILKS UNDERSKIRTS, ALL COLONS $15.00 Underskirts . $11.00 $12.50 Underskirts . $ 9.00 $10.00 Underskirts . $ 8.50 $ 7.50 Underskirts . $ 5.95 $ 6.50 Underskirte . $ 5.00 ALEXANDER'S Dep't. Store 11 All the news all the time In the East Oregonlan.