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DAILY EAST OKENOMAN. I'ICVUM-HoX. OKMJON. WKPNMSDAV, JAXI'AIIY 20, 1009. PAGE THREE. the Closing Out Sale on the Stock of the Of 1 E lLz? Saturday, Jan. 23rd, will be the last day of this the greatest bargain giving event ever before witnessed in Pendleton. The Last Few Days ot This Sale Will be Bargain Days Long to be Remembered in the History of This City's Sales. Only Three More Days to Bay ct Lewis Bros. Git, Slash Prices. Good Merchandise Going Cheap - - - Last Days Are Best Days Hurry, while the opportunity still presents itself and be numbered among the many, who are leaving this sale daily, fully satisfied that a visit to a real sale was met with many money saving opportunities. 6 ? Ajjl flm Cor. Main &. Webb Sts. j Pendleton, Ore. Lewis L.iiq im .h'Udi Oil Bros. Co.. UllHIMIR UU NORTHWEST NOTES Ilml .Ininn In XiH'k'jH'k. Hi lllnnh.ni), Wash. Ire Is Rolnp out In the Nooksaik rlvor. Two luul Jams have formed at I.ynden. Much farm ing' country is under water unil dam UKC Id mill property und bridges Is c-x-pi i teil when the Jams go out, proba blv tomorrow. YiiUlnm Pencil (Top Safe. North Yakima, Wash. Tlio peach orchards of this valley have not been Injured by the recent Severn cold. I'eputy Ilnitlcultural Inspector J. M. Ilrown made a careful Inspection and finds no damage where the trees have already thawed. a bitt shortage of feed In Gilliam coun ty. The river Is still frozen over at this point. Will Not Km-IiiiIc Women. Carson, Nev. The Nevada legisla ture convened Monday. One of the features of the day was during the past week negotiating for Snow ;oiic iii Tin1 Dalle. The ralles, (ire. The weather to ilny was warm and fair, but a drizz ling rain set In tonight and more rain Is predicted for tomorrow. The snow Is almost gone and wheeled Vehicles replaced the sleighs today. The river raised of an inch today, but Fore caster Itrooks says there is no danger of a flood at this point, as the snow Is melting too slowly. Mount Hood l!oa Active On-sham, Ore., Indications are fa-I vonible for an early resumption of work on the Mount Hood railway. Agent of the company have been here the breaking of the slate made to pre vent clerkships going to any women Itoth brunches of the legislature will have their full quota, of women m ployees. Lynch Xcgro for Insult, Hope, Ark. After forcing the en gineer of the light plant to cut off the current, leaving the town In dark ness, a party of young men took a ne gro named Illlllard from the county Jail early todity and hanged hirn to n telegraph pole. The negro hafi spoken Insultingly to a woman. XcvihIii nth1 In Darkness. Reno, Nev. High water and land slides put the several power plants that supply electric lights nnd power to lteno, Carson and Virginia City out of commission last night, leaving these places In darkness. Streetcars, elec tric elevators, the Sparks railroad tdiops and all plants depending on electric power are closed. Storm Scvoro on Stock, Walock, Ore. The weather has moderated considerably nnd the snow Is beginning to melt. The recent storm has been a hard one on stock, especially those on the range. If the weather continues bad there will be the right of way through the William Studars property and other tracts In -imrT '.riiiiiVi ; ii inH " v.-lmt -m- in,,... ,,mmmtfm- CHICAGO'S MI I.I 1-TEJ). Tin: two i.;kams. xo i;i,tv .11 ;(.i.i:ks, at week. Till: GUAM) THIS nounevU today that his office would; this vicinity. It Is reported that sev-1 "ff,'r a ',rizo 3 to tne high ai'h"ul eral disputes over right of way though On-sham have been fettled. Attempted to lioh Itauk. Oregon City, Ore. Monday new reached Oregon City of n bank rob bery at WllHonville, on the line of the Oregon Electric railway In the soulh westeni' end of the county. An un known man entered the place Friday night or early Saturday morning, but failed to open the vault. In his dis gust he left his kit of burglar's tools behind, taking the bank's rifle. OHiight 1cnvlng Town. Oregon City, ore. Thomas Moran Is in the county Jail awaiting a hear ing on a charge of larceny. Moran lias been workng in the paper mills for a short time, nnd he received his pay check and proceeded to have a good time. He Is said to have short changed two saloonkeepers for j each und was captured by Night Of ficers Shaw and Cook Just ns he was walking out of town. Lightweights to Fluht. New York, Jan. 20. A ten round student submitting the best drawing bout between "Young Otto" and to be used as a cover page design for Leach Cross, the crack lightweight, "Arbor Iay," the annual publication will be staged tonight as the feature devoted to the observation of Arbor ' bout of the reopening stag of the Fair day. Details will be given out through; inont Athletic club. They will fight a circular letter to be mailed to su-at 133 pounds at 3 o'clock. "Young otto" has been trying fr some time to get a chance nt Cross, and the In dications are that the mill will be an exciting one from the first tap of the bell. Before" nrranglng the match, "Young Otto" had a bout scheduled with I'ert Keyes before the New Hav en Athletic dug for tonight, but it .Mayor Ilussc Will Penult Soldiers to Hox. Chicago, Jan. 20. Mayor Eusse has lifted the lid on boxing a wee bit In favor of the hospital corps of the Seventh regiment of the Illinois na tional guard, which will give an ath letic entertainment tomorrow In the armory at Wentworth avenue and Thirty-fourth street. The proceeds of the entertainment will be devoted to degimental uses. Permission to include boxing bouts In the program was obtained from the mayor by Dr. Thomas J. Sinclair, surgeon major of the regiment, who said that no prizefighting would be allowed nnd that women would be in vited to attend the affair. There will be other varlties of athletics on the program. Stanley Ketchel. middle weight champion, and "Cyclone" Thompson will be matched against two other fighters. The mayor said he was satisfied that no prizefighting was intended, but declared that he was not taking the lid off are sport. Brave Fire Laddies often receive severe burns, putting out fires, then use Bucklen's Arnica Salves and forget them. It soon drives out pain. For Burns, Scalds, Wounds Cuts and Bruises It's earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Felons; best Pile cure made. Relief Is Instant. 25c at Taxman & Co. and Pendleton Drug Gus La Fontaine has Just received a fresh lot of crawfish, crab and oys ters In the shell at the Quelle. WW perintendonts. Afkrmmn Offers Iro. Salem, Ore. State Superintended of Public Instruction Ackerman an- 1-Nirgor Cniiglu In Time. Vancouver, Wash. Vancouver po lice today caught a forger before he had passed any of his checks. A man giving his name as George Hannan, about - years of age. slim, smooth- shaven, with light hair parted in the j xvas V "P '" Otto's manager in middle, was taken into custody, after ("'r ,n;u nls man n,R"t moet VTO. he had tried to ca.h checks at several saloons and business houses. On be-1 Honor Mister Mdz. ing searched, two checks were found j New York, Jan. 20. In recognition in his possession. I "f his efforts to put the finances of tne city on a sound basis, Comptroller Metz will be given a dinner tonight by a number of the leading business men of Gretter New York. The ban quet room of the Waldorf-Astoriamf in Deception I1"'1 Dt nom 111 lne grana nan at 8 o'clock I 100111 of t,le VValdorf-Astoria. There will be 650 guests, among them The diners will DM nrvn 22 uuM All charges prepaid to the nearest express office. 4 quart bottle of GENUINE CYRUS t A Ofl I NOBLE direct to you, all charge paid HZp to the nearect railroad cxpm office. tf ' Containing all those secondary constituents the government chemists say MUST BE THERE that it may be called whiskey. Any so called whiskey that doesn't contain them, whether bottled in bond or not, is alcohol not whiskey. CYRUS NOBLE Is ptffC It is old. ' It is whiskey and nothing but whiskey. Now sold direct to you by the biggest and best known legitimate wholesalers in the Northwest. W. J. VAN SCHUYVER & CO. EiULUed 1664 105-107 Sccood Stmt. Pordud, Onpa eT at Tut UM MO BM TO?' W. J. V ScWtw Con r-n-4. Onim Uwl ph.. U $40 mml m at faar wrt CENU1NE CYRUS NOBLE. p. a am. l aunch llifs Jetty. Sinks. Hclllnghnm, Wash The big pas senge rlatinc'h Iteaver. of Anacortes with nine people aboard, struck on the government jetty Pass, near la Conner. Saturday night, and sank. A gale was blowlne from fhe southeast anil ' Archbishop Farley pnssengers and crew reached the jettyj 1:1J' a P,atc- with difficulty. Waves and sprav were dnshlnir over the letfv nnn four hour ,Iom'' M,MI 1,1 Sc"'"" cmoiix i ii.v, ju., jan. iw. mni oees are afflicted with diverse diseases were fnent by the party crawling on hands and knees three-quarters of a mile to the shore. I which restrict their activity and transform them from busy Insects in to useless drones, is the statement of members of the Western Honey Tro ducers' Association, which convened here today in third annual session A feature of the session will be an Team Drowns In Stream. Aurora, Ore. A team of horses be longing to J. Hall was drowned in Pudding river this afternoon. Mr. Hall bought n span of horses near n.itte-l (,ffort ,(, SOt,ure logslnton to check vine touay. nan nrove into a pool or the pro);ress of the bee d:tipase , waier. i-ui.nmg river is on or its Iowa ,, South 0akotai nanus aim me water was switter ana deeper than Hall throught. The horses made several plunges und down they went, wagon nnd all. Hall jumped out nnd was finally rescued by a farm er living near by. Jest Irovok's Slitxxinff. Aberdeen, Wash. Following a tri vial quarrel Saturday night, John Morey, aged 35, Monday night shot nnd seriously wounded James I). Cel- lantlno and slightly wounded William Hoslo, who sought to interfere. Chinese New Year, New York, Jan. 20. Metropolitan Celestials today entered upon a week of festivities which will mark the Chi nese New Year, and during the next few days all Chinatown will be given over to rejoicing. This year's celebra tion is especially notable because it marks the beginning of the Hsuang Tung era, the relgh of the infant cm peror, Pu Yl, who has become ruler of China under the name of Husuang Tung. Morey then shot himself In the tem ple, llellantine will recover. He says Twelfth Night Revels, the crime was due t oa Jest. He had Kostnn, Jan. 20. Twelfth Xight met Morey on the street Saturday revels of the Copley society, famous night nndproposed to "shake" for the cigars. Morey responded by saying he "wasn't going to have any one dun him for cigars." Ilcllautlne responded that he could give Morey cigars for six months and buy his own smoking, too. The matter was dropped. Last night Morey approached Ballantlne In the hotel lobby and asked the latter If ho meant the Saturday night re mark? Bellantlne answered he did, whereupon Morey pulled a gun and began firing. The crime appears to have been deliberately planned, all papers and all of Morcy's effects be ing burned. TO CTHK A COLD Vf OXB DAT. Tako LA.XATIVB BROVO Qarnli Tmblets. Dratrtets rerun 4 mmtjr If It Mil to ear. B. W. GROWS df nature la on oaoh x. tie. as the merriest costume party of the year, will bo held tonight in Copies- Hall. The traditional form of such festivities will be observed nnd no cos tumes dating after 1S00 will be per mitted. IJcfonn Mquor Traffic. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20. That the liquor traffic should be reformed, but not abolished, Is the contention of the members of the Xationnl Model License league, which will begin an Important session here tomorrow,, Opera In Baltimore. Baltimore, Jan. 20. The Metro politan opera company will appear here tonight, as the first of three vis Its during the present season. The sec ond visit will be on February 10 and the third on April and 7. As well ask " Are all doctors quacks ? " or " Are all law yers shysters " We all know there are ignorant quacks ; does that prevent anyone calling in his good, old family physician in case of need and trusting him ? There are shysters, but there are also honorable lawyers to whom we confidently trust our lives and fortunes. There are fake medicines advertised ; but they are not fakes because they are advertised. A good thing is worth advertising; we all want to know about it. The more a bad thing is advertised, the worse for it in the end. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is no fake ; vet it is advertised; it advertises itself; and those who have used it are its best advertisers, and that free of cost. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has proved its merit by more than thirty years general use. This simple, old-fashioned remedy, made from roots and herbs, has become the standard medicine for ailments pecu liar to women, its fame is world-wide. Read this plain, honest statement of what the medicine did for one woman ; her own words ; if you doubt, write and ask her. Chester, Ark. "I used to think I had no use for patent medicines and would not read the advertisements. I think now if I had I would have taken Lytlia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and saved myself years of suffering. I had suffered from female troubles for twenty years, ami when Change of Life eame I grew worse. I got so nervous I could not sleep nights and could hardly get around I suffered agonies. " Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound was recom mended and it helped me so much that I continued its use, and I am so well that I feel like a different person. My advice to all suffering women is to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound." Mrs. Ella Wood. The makers of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound have thousands of such letters they tell the truth, else they could not have been obtained for love or money. This medicine is no plausible stranger it has stood the test of years. For 30 years Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has been the standard remedv for female ills. Xo sick woman does justice to herself who will not try this famous medicine. Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and has thousands of cures to its credit. .'r l'to ,f tnp slightest trouble appears which you do not understand, write to Sirs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass., for her advice it is free and always helpful. There Is Only One "Bromo Quinine" That Is Laxaiive Bromo Quinine USCO THE WORLD OVER TO OURS A COLD IM QUE DAY. Always remember the full name. Look for this lignfttarc on every box. S5o.