OCR Interpretation


East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, January 15, 1909, EVENING EDITION, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn88086023/1909-01-15/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for PAGE SEVEN

h 'iMNMiUi mm saaaa
aM&Vaaf HBWM lrt!r.
EIGHT PAGE.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY JANUARY 15, 1909.
FACT (EVEN.
THAT GOLD
Quickly Ended with
REXALL
Cold Tablets
and
- THAT COUGH STOPS
at once wtth
CHESTNUT LEAF
"EXPECTORANT"
No waiting.
THE
Pendleton
DRUG COMPANY
Get the Best. Pay no More.
1
1
For your next meal, try
Gus Lafontaine, Prop.
Restaurant and
Oyster House
Meals at all Hours 25c
Open all Night
Oysters,
Cracked Crabs,
Crawfish,
Clams, etc.
Everything New and
Up-to-date.
626 Main Street, Lafon
taine Block.
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
,..........
THE HOTEL
PENDLETON
BROWN. Proprietor.
1 -tloni'
. phone and fire
with all rooms.
alarm connec-
llenduuarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Free 'Bus.
Special rates by the week or month.
Excellent Cuisine.
Prompt dining room service.
Meal tickets sold.
nilllard Room In Connection.
Only Three Mocks from Depot.
Res. 201 V. Court.
Phono Main 27
: J. A. Donaghue
VETERINARY SURGEON
Pendleton, Ore.
OFFICIAL STATE LOCAL
STOCK INSPECTOR,
Office Pendleton Rnijr Oo.
HOWLING. BILLIARDS. POOL.
Pastime Parlors
"Jim" Estes, Prop.
Cigars. Tobacco. Candlca, Soft Drinks
Shooting Gallry.
60 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
lli,,. jiO Dcions
"Htl" Copyrights Ac
Anrona ni1tnf a nkelrh and (IranHptlnn may
qulckl? niriBiii our oi'itiK'ii rraa wiiomei nn
liirnnilnn It prormlilr pnierilnhln.
rnmrminlm.
tlmis m rlct It couHilent ml.
HANDBOOK on I'mwu
nut fro. OIiImI niionrf for rurlii' patenie.
I'Monll ten tiiniwm iuiiti s co. rtcurrv
tptetal nolle, wll hout charge, lu the
scientific American.
A naniltnmelr lllniitrated mrtlf,
f,anrMt ell.
Ternil, M
milaLlim .if n L.-IAiitlUa 1nlLrnl.
u-i fnarniniiUiLai. Hold brail nwidlr.
MlK.N&Co.'BNewJfork
U ranch Offlea. J r BU Wuhlniioo. 0. 0.
V. A.
SOGIETY DEBUT
Sill
GOTHAM STILL GOSSIPS
OVER MAJORIES PARTY
Never Did Rldit" Rot Ever Witness
Siicli IiUvlrih ExXMilltiircfl In En.
tertnlnmeiit as When George Gould
Got "Tho Best Kver" for Ills Trct
ty IXuiBliter Suimmt Menu Cost
Moi-o Tlinn President's Salary,
New York, Jan. 15. Society Is still
discussing the debut of Mies Majorle
Qould ns the most elaborate affair
ever held In this city, und the 250 ex
elusive society guests swarmed the
Plaza bedecked with diamonds and
ofher Jewels, says the American. A
conservative estimate places the value
of the gems worn at $60,000,000.
Here are some financial details:
Menu $50,000
Cotillion favors 25,000
Orchids . . 10,000
Hoses ,, 10,000
Other flowers 5,000
Decorations 10,000
MuhIc 6,000
Debutante's gown 1,000
Total cost to Pa
,...$116,000
250
.$60,000,000
feature of
Number of guests
Value of Jewels worn..,.
The entertainment, a
which was an elaborate supper and &
dance, cost Miss Gould's parents, Mr.
und Mrs. George J. Gould, at least
$115,000, and besides there was II,
000 spent for the debutante's Paris
gown and many thousands of dollars
for servants and special dresses for
the occasion.
The cost of the entertainment- In
cluded $10,000 for the decorations of
the entire first floor of the big hotel.
The walls and ceilings were entirely
hidden from view by floral decora
tions, and behind great banks of flow
ers were hidden five orchestras which
during the dinner, played In unison
a waltz dedicated to Miss Gould and
entitled "Marjorle."
The dinner cost $50,000, while there
was spent for flowers $25,000, for
music $5000 and for cotillion favors
$25,000.
The rumor has gained currency
that Miss Gould will wed Lieutenant
A. K. S. Paget, aide-de-camp to Lord
Aberdeen. Lieutenant Paget Is a
member of the Kleveiith Hussars,
known as "Prince Albert's Own," and
Is prominent In London society.
How's Tills?
We offer One Hundred Dollars Iteward
(or any case of Catarrh tlint cannot be
cured by Hnll'i Catarrh Cure.
K. J. CHKNKY k CO.. Toledo, O.
We. the tindeislEued. liar known P. J.
I Cheney for the laat 15 years, and bellere
lilm perfectly honorable In all Dimness
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by Ida firm.
Waldlug, Munao 4 Martin,
Wholesale l)rUKilata. Toledo, 0.
Ilall'a Catarrh Cure la taken Internally,
acting upon the blood and mucous surfaces
of the ijsteni. Testimonial sent free.
I 'rice 73c per bottle. Hold by all Drug-
glua.
Take nans family mis tor constipa
tion.
ii xndsomi: housewife
IX OPIUM DEN RAID
Pretty Woman I 'on nil by Detectives
While "Hitting the Pipe" Is Said
to Be Well Known Matron In Sm
kanc Kcfnmtl to (Jive Any Infor
mation of Herself.
Spokane, Jan. 15. "Smoking hop"
is the churge on the police blotter
against Josle Johnson, 35 years old,
a handsome, well-dressed housewife,
who was arrested by Detective Pear
son and Officer Hogan in a house on
Wall street, near Post street, occupied
by Chinese. The woman was reclin
ing on a couch alone, contentedly
smoking tho drug when nrrested, the
officers say. A complete opium out
fit, which was confiscated, was on a
table by her side. No one else was
in tho house.
The woman refused to give the po
lice any information concerning her
self beyond that she Is married and
lives In Spokane. She said she for
merly was an actress. She was re
leased on furnishing $15 ball.
The officers suspect that the house
is a resort for' white persons who are
addicted to smoking opium. Mr
Johnson told the officers that she
had been using the drug for a long
time. Tho police will keep the place
under surveillance.
t'lmse Penitent.
Cincinnati, Jan. 13. Hal Chase,
the first baseman of the New York
American League team, has applied
f(.r reinstatement In organized base
ball. Chase left the New York team
last season for a place with tho Cali
fornia League, which Is classed as an
cut law organization.
Won't Answer In tVmrt.
Chinook "Happy" (F. E) Woods.
nn ex-Fort Columbia soldier, was ar
rested lust Tuesday for having stolen
goods In his house. On Wednesday
he was taken before Justice of the
Peace Albert Lassen, on complaint
made by S. J. Based. He was bound
over to the super, or court.
Travel on Snow shoes.
Ashford, Wash. H. M. Cunning
ham, a rancher stationed on Skate
creek, in Lewis county, passed through
here on snowshoes. going by the way
of Longmlre springs. The distance
traveled on snowshoes will be about
26 miles.
Cold Disables Wlrcles
Aberdeen, Wash. The cold weather
of the past few days has put the
wireless telegraph station at West-
port out of commission, so that tho
operator can neither send nor receive
nicsages.
M. B. Keys cab stand at Golden
Rule hotel. Phone main 25. Special
attention given to parties and dances.
ill CURED
MOTHER AND BABY
Southern Woman Suffered With
Itching, Burning Rash Drove
Her Nearly Crazy Her Baby Had
Sore on Neck, and Two Other
Babies Had Skin Troubles Calls
CUTICURA A STAND-BY
THAT NEVER FAILS HER
"I Just can't say enough for the Cutl
cura Remedies, I can't find words high
cnc'Jjh to egress my thanks to God
for hearing of the wonderful remedies.
My baby had a running sore on his
neck ana nothing that I did for it took
effect until I used Cuticura. My face
was nearly full of tetter or some similar
skin disease. It would itch and, after
scratching, it burned so that I could
hardly stand it. Two cakes of Cuti
cura Soap and a box of Cuticura Oint
ment cured me. Two years after it
broke out on my hands and wrist. I
cured it for a while, but it came again
in the summer. Sometimes I would
fo nearly crazy for it itched so badly,
.used ten dollars' worth of so-called
blood medicines which did no good at
all, then I went back to my old stand-by.
that had never failed me. One set of
Cuticura Soap. Cuticura Ointment, and
Cuticura Resolvent did the work. One
set also cured my uncle's baby whose
bead was a cake of sores, and I Know of
another woman's baby who was in the
same fix and nothing else did any good.
I speak a word of praise for Cuticura
whenever I see a case that needs it.
Mrs. Lillie Wiloher, 770 Eleventh St.,
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 16, 1907."
CUTICURA OINTMENT
The World's Greatest Skin Cure and
Purest and Sweetest of
Emollients.
. Cuticura Ointment is one of the most
(Wocessful curatives for torturing, dis
figuring humors of the skin and scalp,
including loss of hair, ever compounded,
in proof of which a single anointing
with it, preceded by a hot bath with
Cuticura Soap, and followed by mild
doees of Cuticura Pills, is often suffi
cient to afford immediate relief in the
most distressing forms of itching, burn
ing, and scaly humors, eczemas, irrita
tions, and inflammations, permit rest
and sleep, and point to a speedy cure
when all else fails.
PM thrmnhnal the wnrtfl. Potior Dni vuj
Ct Corp . Sole Pm . B"Mn. Mv.
" ""t Free. How ui Cure Skin liumon
.. WOMAN'S ZsitxAnC aim.
.Mr. 11. Your daughter hit mi with a
non-ball.
Mrs. 1). 8 ho didn't mean to lilt you.
Mr. It. How, do you prove that?
Mrs. P. Because she hit you.
HUE OF TIE
simple prescription
given to public
Says Tliat Lame back and Urinary
Troubles Arc the Danger Signal
Tells How to Make tlio Dost Kidney
Medicine and Tonic Yourself at
Home.
More people succumb each year to
some form of kidney trouble than any
other cause. The slightest form of
kidney derangement often develops In
to Rrlght'a kidney disease, diabetes or
dropsy. When either of these diseas
es are suspected the sufferer should
at once seek the best medical atten
tion possible. Consult only a good
first class physician.
There are many of the lesser symp
toms of kidney trouble which can be
treated at home is stated by a well
known authority. For some of these,
such as backache, pain In the region
of the kidneys, weak bladder, fre
quency (especially at night) painful
scalding nnd other urinary troubles,
try the following simple nome rem
edy: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one
half ounce; Compound Syrup Kargon,
one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsapa
rllla, three ounces. These simple In
gredients are harmless and can be
obtained at any good prescription
pharmacy nnd anyone can mix them
by shaking well In a bottle. The dose
for adults Is a teaspoonful after each
meal and again at bedtime.
There is no more effective remedy
known to relieve all forms of rheuma
tism, because It acts directly upon the
kidneys and blood. It cleans the
clogged up pores in the kidneys so
they can filter nnd strain from the
blood tho poisonous url cacld and
waste matter which If not eliminated
remain In the blood, decompose and
settle about the Joints and muscular
tissues, causing the untold suffering
and deformity of rheumatism.
Backache Is nature's signal notify
ing the sufferer that the kidneys are
not acting properly. "Take care of
your kidneys," Is now the physician's
advice to his patients.
I
a Want Ms. E
WANTED.
WANTED CLASSIFIED ADS, SUCH
as help wanted; rooms or houses
for rent; second hand goods for sale;
In fact, any want you want to get
filled, the East Oregonlan wants your
want ad. Rates: Three lines on,
time, 2Q cents; two times, 30 cents;
six. times, 70 cents. Five lines one
time, 30 cents; two times, 45 cents;
six times, $1.15. Count i xwords to
the line. Send your classified ads to
the office or mall to the East Ore
gonlan, enclosing silver or stamps to
cover the amount.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES, IF
you want to subscribe to ma., zines
r newspapers In the United SUtea .r
Eur.se, remit by postal note, check
or send to the EAST OREGONIAN
the net publisher's price f the publi
cation you desire, and we will have it
eat y.u and assume all the risk of
the m.ney being lest tn the malls. It
wtll save y.u s.th tr.uble and rW.
If y.u are a subscriber to the EAS
OREQONIAN, In remitting yea caa
deduct II per cent from the publish
er's price. Address EAST ORBOON
IAN PU. CO., F.nel.Un. Ore.
While watching the partlcu-
lar classification that appeals te
you do not overlook all the
other want ads.
Classified
Four Lines, in Dally, Wttkly
and Semi-Weekly $1 per month.
PHTSICIANS.
H. S. GARFIELD. M. D., HOMEU-
pathlc physician and surgeon. Of
fice Judd block. Telephones: Office,
black 3411; residence, red 2633.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO-
nlc and nervous diseases, and dis
eases of women. X-ray and Electro
Therapeutics. Judd building, corner
Main and Court streets. Office 'phone
Main 72: residence phone, Main 554.
DENTISTS.
E. A. MANN. DENTIST, OrtlUlS
Main street, next to Commercial
association rooms. OKice pnone.
black 3421; residence phone red
3851.
DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL SUK-
geon. Office, room 15, Judd build
ing. Phone red J301.
VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS, OF-
flce In Judd building. Phone Main.
7J.
DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST.
Sundays and holidays ty appoint
ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton
Ore. Phone Main 623. Office hours
9 a. m. to 6 p. m.
VETERINARY SURGEONS.
DR. J. A. DONAGHUE. V. S., VET
erlnary Surgeon and Dentist. Grad
uate of Ontario Veterinary College.
Office 120 W. Court St. 'Phone Main
20; residence 'phone Main 27.
DR. D.
Stock
C. M'NABB. LOCAL STATE
Inspector and member State
Veterjnary
drug store.
Board. Office Taiiman s
Res. 'phone Main 69.
ATTORNEYS.
FEE & SLATER. LAWYERS,
flees In Despaln building.
OF-
CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS
at law. Office In Savings Bank
building.
JAMES B. PERRY. ATTORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor's hard
ware store.
LOWELL & WINTER, ATTORNEYS
and counsellors at law. Office in
Despaln building.
GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY
at law. Estates settled, wins, deeds
mm-trne-es and contracts drawn. Col
lections made. Room 17 Schmidt
block.
PETERSON & WILSON, ATTOR
neys at law; rooms 3 and 4 Smith
Crawford building.
RALEY, RICHARDS & RALEY, AT
torneys at law. Office in Savings
Bank building.
JOSEPH T. HINKLE. ATTORNEY
at law. Office In Association block
at head of stairs.
O. W. niELPS. ATTORNEY AT
law. Smith-Crawford building.
PETER WEST, DIVORCE LAWYER.
Office 608 Garden street.
CHAS. J. FERGUSON, ATTORNEY
at law. Smith-Crawford building.
ARCHITECTS, CONTRACTORS. ETC
D. A. MAY. CONTRACTOR AND
Builder. Estimates furnished on all
kinds of masonry, cement walks, stone
walls, etc. Phone black 3786, or Ore
gonlan office.
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY DE
scrlptlon, for county court, circuit
court. Justice court, real estate, etc.,
for sale at East Oregonlan office.
SECOND-RANT DEALERS.
V. STROBLE. DEALER IN SECOND
hand goods. If there is anything
you need In new and second-hand
furniture, tore. granlteware and
crockery, call and get his price. No.
Ill Court street.
MAPS CTTT OF PENDLETON AT
Bat Orcentan office. Price lie.
FOIt SALE.
LAND FOR SALE 100.000 acres of
elected wheat lands In Alberta;
and choice fruit land In Umatilla
county. C. H. Sellers, real estate
agent, Pendleton, Ore.
FOR SALE 160 acres partly seeded
to alfalfa; two good orchards;
house nicely furnished. -Several
nice springs; Me sheep ranch;
good range no reserve; Very near1
railroad, and arranged for two
families. Address 607, Weatherby.
Oregon.
FOR SALE Three car loads of Mis
souri mules aged from 2 to 6 years.
All well broke. Address Wm. Wlg
ginton, care Halllday Hotel, Spo
kane, Wash., or B. Jensen, Pen
dleton, Ore.
FOR SALE OLD NEWSPAPERS
wrapped In bundles of 150 eaob
suitable for wrapping, putting und'
carpets, etc. Price, 15c per bundle
two bundles 26c. Enquire this o "V
FOR KXNT.
STORE ROOM Good room, sultatle
for office or store room, for rent In
E. O. building, apply at office.
Not to read ta classified ads
Is to turn yeur faca away from
opportunities every day.
Directory
Eitra Lines over Four, 25
cents per Line per month.
MISCELLANEOUS.
HORACE W. KING,
eer and Surveyor,
spain building.
CIVIL ENGIN
Room 11, De-
PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE
palr work on all kinds of machines,
structural Iron work and machine
castings. Junction of Court and Alta
streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A. F.
May. manager.
SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY;
family washing; work done by hand;
mending free; goods called for and
delivered. 408 East Court street.
LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR
work It's clean, reliable and con
venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran-,
teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and I
Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee1
Percolators, etc A complete stock of!
Gas and Electric fixtures. First-class
wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan. I
122 W. Court street.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS:
hTrtIIuNBTRACT CO., MAKES
reliable abstracts of title to all
lands In Umatilla county. Loans on
city and farm property. Buys and
sells all kinds of real estate. Does
a general brokerage business. Pays
taxes and makes investments for non
residents. References, any bank in
Pendleton.
JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
W. S. HENNINGER, VIce-pres.
C. H. MARSH. Sec.
J. M. BENTLEY REPRESENTS THE
oldest and most reliable fire and
accident Insurance companies. Office
with Hartman Abstract Co.
ROOMING HOUSES.
ST. ELMO ROOMS, NEW AND
, first class throuehout. One block
J from depot. Rates 60e, 75c and $1-
I Mrs. Allen Rhodes, Mgr.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS,
M. A. RADER, FUNERAL DIREC
tor and licensed embalmer. Grad
uate of the Chicago College of Em
balming. Corner Main and Webb
streets. 'Phone main 130. Funeral
parlors in connection.
BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di
rectors and licensed embalmers.
Opposite postoffice. Funeral parlor.
Two funeral cars. Calls responded to
day or night. 'Phone main 75.
FRATERNAL ORDERS.
DAMON LODGE NO. 4. K OF. P..
meets every Monday evening in I.
O. O. F. hall. Visiting broners cor
dially invited to attend. A. E Lam
bert, C. C; R. W. Fletcher, K. of R.
and S.
PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 23
meets second and fourth Friday
evenings in regular convocation, at
Masonic hall.
PENDLETON 1.000 E No. 52.
A. F. nnd A. M.. nice!.'! the first
and third Mondays of each
month. All visiting brethren are in
vited.
LIVERY AND FEED STABI.ES.
CITY LIVERY STAPLE. VllOMPSON
street, Carney & Kenne !v. Props.
Livery, feed nnd sal? stable. Hood
rigs at all times. Cab line in connec
tion. 'Phone main 70.
ENGRAVED CARDS. INVITATIONS.
wedding announcements, embossed
livate and business stationery, etc.
Very latest styles. Call at Kast Ore-
gunlan office and see samples
e
The classified lTrting
columns afford the ratat
market for uad article Vou
can obtain cash for anything of
rain..
Nature Provides
bat one
California
It in the nataral winter home
of many thousand of the
world's best people. Under
the gentle Influence of Its
mild winter climate, every
amusement and recreation
abounds. such bathing,
boating, fishing .driving;
such picnics, parties and
"Jollfl cations."
:GO TO:
Los Angeles, Paso Robles
Hot Springs, Hotel del
Monte, Banti Barbara, San
Diego, Santa Monica, Venice,
Long Beach, Santa Crux or a
score of similar resort and
you will find health, congen
lal surroundings, faocpltabls
associates, faultless accom
modations ' and numberless
attractions and convenience.
The O. R. & N. Co.
Connecting with
The Southern Pacific Co.
Makes Inexpensive round trip
excursloa rates to California.
A six months stopover
ticket, Pendleton to Los
Angeles and return is
$68.70
Corresponding rates are In
effect to other points.
We have some very distinc
tive literature covering Cal
ifornia's winter resorta, and
will take pleasure in giving
you all of the Information
and assistance at our com
mand. For tickets, sleeping car reserva
tions, etc., call on, telegraph or
write
E. F. Schuyler, Agent,
- Pendleton
or
WM. M MURRAY, Gen. Pass. Agt
PORTLAND, OREGON.
r.lilno Transfer
Phone lUIn 5
Calls promptly answered
for all baggage transfer
ring. Piano and Furniture
lit T t
I
movincr ana neaw i ruck-
I
ing a specialty.
Nice Roasts, Chops
and Steaks
Best sausages and smoked or
cured meats. Pure lard.
EMPIRE MEAT CO.
Plionc Main 18.
Every Woman
ia Interested and ahoold kaow
about the wontierfol
Marvel wh,f,,n p'
uuuene
Ask enr drnsrrist for
it. If h r.miiot anprlT
the MAKVKU accept no
o her, b it cend clamp fer I
tr.irod book seated. It eiYwt full
ur:icul;ir nmt directions invilnaM.
tola
lulit. MARVEL CO 44 E. 23d St., Ne York
. --. 1 - il..'
POSITIVE C .
1 ' .M:.frr.i' n ..n r
ft ui.' t: aj: . nd . -
i. h.J-.i). curv ..
J Cures q;:iik:r and HrT
i n mnuy uif warn ctrt Jf
f..-- jj (n'yorrh(tt m;J t,h-c
i!, matter ol now Ion tJ
inc. Atwlhlf itv harm,..
tnntly Ihf warn cj it
'.f'. ft ' druwwu frit.
j(CV V ! or y wi'. ptxtpaxL
i.V2j? 8ANTAI-W8 S
--NZk- I UAFON1AUM. OUO.
M hv ' WnrtliHnn Tmg Oanxiaat
The Ea Orrgnnian h Wa.ni a Or,
goa's reprewnratlve ppr. It leaufa
and th larople apiTeia( it aat4 a hoi
It by their liberal prata.. It ia
the atfTtrtMac bm1 9t tb. meHmm
l'&UV tS Ml
a r ttkW "' J aihaSi
LX. I MM
i.

xml | txt