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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OKEGOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, I KIDAV. JANUARY 15, 1909. PAGE THREE. Lf L. V CD The chance to buy at Lewis Bros.' cut slash prices, .if you do not take advantage of the many bargains placed before you at their big sale on the entire stock of the THIN CO. The enormous amount of business done since the doors of this sale opened ought to convince the public of Pendleton and vicinity that it is nothing more than the bargains being offered that is selling this stock so rapidly. Have You Ever Attended a Closing Out Sale where merchandise made and advertised by the foremost man ufacturers of the country, were being sold at prices so ridiculously low, that the dollars you spent were returned in mer chandise of twice their value ? You need the goods and we need the money, why hesitate when you are given the chance of your life to buy at such big reductions. Below Are Few of the Many Low Prices You Can Buy at Everything in the entire stock is marked at the some cut slash prices, which no doubt will not. fail to convince the most skeptical that we mean what we say when we urge you to come to this the greatest bargain giving feast ever held in the State of Oregon Just a Few of the Many Men's Suits, worth $ 1 2.00, for - - Seven Dozen Men's Vests, Sizes from 34 to 44, for, each Men's Blanket Lined Duck Coats, for - - - $4.85 45c $1.37 1-2 Men's Overshoes, Felts and Rubbers, Almost at Your Own Price. LEWS BROS CORNER MAIN & WEBB STS., PENDLETON, OREGON DONEGAL TIN WILL EE SOLD KMSI4 or AKHAX WILL KF.LL TO HIS TENANTS rmHrty I'Hors Mny Mnke Inrdia.ios fur Sunt Kqiiallng 23 Yoiir's Kent I'nyimia Mario Annually for (lint Tliuo KnglMi Nobleman Owned tlxt Wliolo of I'utnouH Irish City ami ItOililentM Live TImtc at Ills Suf-frovneo. London, Jnn. 16. Irish noble men, moHt of whose ancestors ac quired their estates at the price of their treason, are profiting by the op erations of the land purchase act. The Knrl of Arrnn, who owns the nnrlent historic town of Donegal, gracefully submitting to the law, has agreed to soil the town to his ten ants. The Earl absolutely owns the J entire town, with nlmost feudal pow er to evict any and all the residents Unlike tho hated Marquis of Clanrl carde, tho Karl of Arran, In obeying the compulsory purchase law, has al ready permitted the tenants of his fnrms to purchase them at reasonable prices. Tempted by the Earl's sales of his rural lands, the lessors of every house In Donegal have petitioned the Earl to sell the city to them. The Earl has consented, and the news came as a pleasant Christmas gift to the people of the ancient city. The Earl has agreed to sell his town property to the tenants for a price equalling twenty-five years rent, which Is about the average price the Irish landlords are getting for farm ing lands. The Earl, moreover, rather generously agrees to accept a small cash Installment, the remain der payable within twenty-five years, with Interest at 4 per cent. Rome of his lordship's tenants thought twenty years' rent a sufficient price, but this tho Earl declined, and the tenants now agree to pay the twenty-five years' rental If he will pay the cost of legal transfer, and thfs ho will do. Donegal Is one of the most pictur esque towns In Ireland, and Its resi dents now for the first time feel like freemen, with the privilege of owning their own homes and shops. pursuit, but they caught their man only when he stopped of his own ac cord. Led back to his couch in lodging house, Swanson could give no explanation of his sensational sprint more than that he came from Ellensburg and had had a little whis ky. DIOS MOIXKS WOMAN HAS HEAD IH'Ml'KD BY HUBBY Dos Moines, Iowa, Jan. 15. Firmly held In the firm grasp of her husband, Walter Cage, Mrs. Fanny Cage says he bumped her head repeatedly against the walls of their house in a pennon ior divorce nica today, says tho Capital. airs, cage assens ma wniio he was beating her head with one hand, Cage was beating and hammering her an atomy with tho other and at the same time keeping up such an uproar that the neighbors for rods around ran to seo what was doing. Two days ago, she says. Cage told her to take her clothes and get out of the house or ho would kick her out, and she secured an Injunction keeping Cage away from their home. CLAT ONLY IN TTTS RTintT LAnortm nrs in streets North Yakima. Wash , Jan. 15. With the thermometer 15 degrees be low aero. Ole Swanson, a laborer, startled the neighborhood by appear ing clad In Ms shirt only and running around In a circle on a vacant lot on front street at remarkably high speed. Two Japa and a white man set out In l-'ATHKIl OP TWELVE WOULD PENSION PAKENTS Sacramento, Cal., Jan. IB. A bill that will cause discussion Is being prepared for Introduction In the legislature. P. H. Cavanaugh, of Alameda, the father of twelve chil dren, will have a measure Introduced providing for the pensioning of fathers or mothers of more than a dozen offspring, at tho rate of $25 a month. Cavanaugh says he has a letter from President Roosevelt In dorsing his scheme. ii FLU FOOT" IS WET'S PEDALS PEKI'ECT SAYS OKTHOPEDIC EXPEHT Doctor Wanted to Make Sxvliil Shoe for Executive to bo, but Pound tluit Invention Was not Needed Pitf.1 rienl's Groat Weight Had Not Broken Instejv Discovery Mndo as Result of Payor Asked by Political IViojid Before Election. Terfmleal Society Meets. San Francisco, Jan. 15. Electrical and mechanical experts from many western states are participating In the session opened today by the Technical Society of the Pacific coast. At tlio Pendleton. Thos. Nestor, L. E. Harbour, J. II. O'Neill, F. L. Vulliet, Portland; J. E. Cox, San Francisco; Wm. Maher, Portland; F. M. Rowley, Portland; C. W. Hahn and sister, Los Angeles; Ed. Blackburn, Baker City; M. A. Gould, Boise; T. II. White, Portland; W. J. Crosklll, New York City; A. O. Peterson, Portland; Lee Goldsmith, New York City; Chas. Jones. All the news East Oregonlan. all the time In the Augusta, On., Jan. 15. It became publicly known for the first time to day that tho president elect Is no flat-foot." This interesting piece of information was brought to light by the arrival here of Dr. Anson G. Cook, of Hartford, Conn., an ortho pedic expert. The story, as told by Mr. Taft, has its beginning way back In the campaign. He has a promi nent political friend In Connecticut This friend came to him with protes tations that he did not want a single thing in the way of political appoint ments, and had no favors to ask ex cept one. Then he related to Mr. Taft that In his town was an expert orthope dlst, who was much Interested In Mr. Taft's feet, and declared that on nc count of his great weight he must b a "riai-ioot, wnicii, interpreted, was said to mean that the cords of the Instep were laxed by the great strain on them. Now, Dr. Cook, for he Is the expert referred to, has perfected a shoe to remedy this defect, and he wanted the honor of making a. pair for Mr. Taft. An engagement was made, which resulted In a ' plaster cast being taken of each foot of the president-elect while he was In New York during tho campaign. The shoes were made, and tomor row morning they will be delivered by Dr. Cook, but he has Informed Mr. Taft that his feet are perfect in form. The shoe In question Tins Its Tieel thrown forward, so that In walking the weight of the body Is more evenly distributed on the foot. DON'T EXPERIMENT. Gua La Fontaine has Just received a fresh lot of crawfish, crab and oys tera In the shell at the Quelle. You Will Make No Mistake If You Follow This Pendleton Citizen's AdvlM Never neglect your kidneys. If you have pain in the back, uri nary disorders, dizziness and nervous ness, it's time to act and no time to experiment. These are all symptoms i of kidney trouble, and you should seek a remedy which is known to cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills is the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has eured many stubborn cases In Pendleton. Follow the advice of a Pendleton citizen and be cured your self. Mrs. C. Oliver, 612 Maple street, Pendleton, Ore., says: "I am Just as pleased to endorse Doan's Kidney Pills at this time as when I gave a state ment recommending them in 1905. It is over five years since I procured them nt the Pendleton Drug Co., and was permanently cured of a severe at tack of kidney trouble. For six months I could not bear to he on my feet on account of the bearing down pains through my back and kidneys. The kidney secretions were also too frequent in passage and caused me great annoyance. I was gradually growing worse and in spite of the use of many remedies, I failed to find relief until Doan's Kidney Pills camej to my notice. I procured a box andj they soon went to the scat of the trou ble. I was so encouraged that I con tinued their use until a permanent cure was effected. I know of others who have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been permanently cured by them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. At Paso Roblea Hot Springs. Among the many charming stop ping places In California Is Paso Ro bles Hot Springs. Here are conditions Ideal for rest ful recreation; quiet, congenial sur roundings and modern, almost luxuri ous accommodations. Paso Roblcs Hot Springe Is a Win ter Resort hotel with the hospitality of a home; a healing Spring without the atmosphere of a sanatorium; an enchanting country place with the conveniences of a great resort Ask any O. R. ft N. Agent for Illus trated booklet, "Paso Robles Hot Springs." Certs Biliousness, Sick Headache, Sour Stom ach, Torpid Liver and Chronic Constipation. Pleasant to tahe OBINQ Cleanses the systea thoroughly and clean sallow complexions of Laxative Trait Syrup PETMiHTOX DRVO COMPANY. WALLA WALLA TO LOS ANGELES AND RETURN $94.0' You are cordially invited to join the ...California... Mid-Winter Excursion to be given under the auspices of Walla Walla Commercial Club To leave Walla Walla by Special Train Friday, January 15, 1909 at 11:45 p. m. via TheOregon Railroad (Si, Navigation Company and Southern (Pacific Company This rate includes railroad ticket for the round-trip, and berth in sleeping car for the going trip. Side trips provided for in the itinerary, and all meals from the hour of departure Friday night, January 15th, un til arrival in Los Angeles, 5:45 p. m. Friday, January 22nd are also included. Berth reservations can be made through O. R. & N. ticket agents. A deposit of $20.00 will be required for each ticket. Call on or address R. Burns, District Passenger Agent O. R. & N., Walla Walla, Wash., or E. Fe SCHUYLER, Agent MtNDULTON.