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DAILY EAST ORE GO MAN, rENDIiETOX, OREGON, MONDAY, FXaCAHT 1, 1901.
ElGin PAGES. PAGE SIX. I I rbol NORTHWEST NOTES Coffee The "rom-tigit can protects it g'tnst impurities and deteri oration never sold in bulfc. Your grocer wiy grind la better rTground at home rt too fine. Kefined and up-to-date vau deville from tka Orpheuaa Cir cuit, together with new aongs and pictures. ...GRAND... THEATBi rORMEIUA THE NEW DD1E PROGRAM SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 1. ANGO.O IE DOMINICIS World's Greatest Cornetlst and . . . Soloist, late of Creators Band. ILLUSTRATED SONGS. ADIE ALLAIRE Sensational Juggler. S. LATEST MOTION FTOTVRES M rVTYRE SISTERS Song and Dance Artists. LATEST MOTION PICTURES THE GREVT GOULD. HYPNOTIST LADIES ARE REQUESTED TO REMOVE THEIR nATS. REMEMBER Entire change of program Monday ajid Thursday. Matl nws Saturday and Sunday. New faces every Monday. Tried to Kill '.Wife Oregon City, Ore. L, R. Woodward, Accused of threatening to murdor his wife, was brought from Caiadero liwt night ond placed under bonds to ap pear before Judge Samson Tuesday morning at 10 .o'clock. Toktim Arrested k Ariiona. Rosehurg, Ore. Robert L. Yokura, IS year .old, has 'leen arrested at ribee. Aril., and . ill be brought to Roseburg on a statutory charge, pre ferred by . young woman of this ctty. The grand Jury returned an Indict ment ngatust Tokum shortly afl the Latter fled -this -state. more serious chnrge may be entered. ii;lneor Dies at Throttle. Spokane, Wash. Frank Gerllok, a firent Northern engineer, died nt the throttle from heart disease Friday night at Odessa, Wash., while pulling his train into tho ynrds. The train whs stopped by the fVremnn, who nw Uerllck lurched forward nml fell dead to the floor of the engine cab. The .engineer resided at Hlllyard. Waah. lip was 45 years old. Jolirwon to Stone Friday. Salem, Ore. Invitations are being i prepared for the execution of Walter Johnson, the Hillaboro murderer. Johnson Is to be hanged at tho peni tentiary nest Friday. Yesterday Johnson's mother visited him from Hillsboro and it is understood that Johnson has gluten up 8.M hopes of reprieve. ftmallpox at Oregon City. Oregon City, Ore. Abble Roberts is confined at the home of his sister, Mrs, A. J. Surber, with a mild case of smallpox. Mrs. Surber's little daughter Helen, has preliminary symptoms of the disease and City Physician Xorrls has placed the family under quarantine. Dr, C, A. Stuart is also In attendance. Wheat Crop Promising. The Dalles, Ore. Reports received today from different sections of Was co county are favorable to the out come of the wheat crop. Prominent farmer say the grain crop Is in better condition now than at this time last year. The damage to fruit has been exaggerated and fruitraisers are now hopeful of a fair yield. Sawyer Gels Blow on Head. Vancouver, Wash. Charles Bar beau, head sawyer at the sawmill of the Plttock & Leadbetter Lumber company, was struck on tJie back of the bead by pari of a cable that broke Inst Friday afternooi. He was rendered unconscious by tSie blow, but recovered conwMousness in about an hour and a hlf and ws then able to walk about. Alaska Miners Want More Pay. Seattle. Captain E. W. Johiston of this city, . prominent Nome mine operator, says he has information that the miners are demanding an In crease of 1 a day and that the mlae- owners as a rule Tefuse the demand. The miners work on an average eight hours a day and have been receiving $3 per day and board. There are about 1200 miners Involved. Jury Indicts Two Men. The grand Jury reported to the circuit court Saturday evening, re turning two Indictments. One is against Otis Fisher, former proprie tor of a local soft-drink emporium, charged with violating the local op tion law, and the other accuses Stephen Short, of Wilbur, with forg ing the name of Owen Atterbury to a check drawn on the First National bank of this city. Taunts Backed by Shots. Portland, Ore. Bud Redd, who is not red, but as black as African an cestry can make him, became Jealous of his 300-pound wife at 84 North Sec- j ond street Saturday afternoon and, started a "rough house." He fired i four shots at his alleged unfaithful spouse, but all went wild. The wo man was uninjured, while the man Is in the city Jail awaiting 1rial on the charge of discharging firearms. J A Forger Nabbed In Kansas. Eugene, Ore. The sheriff has re ceived a telegram from Wellington, Kan., stating that J. P. Collier, want ed here for forgery, has been arrest ed and was In Jail. The sheriff starts Monday with requisition papers to bring him back to Eugene for trial. Collier forged several checks about three weeks ago and passed them at Cottage Grove. The name of Fore man Crites of the Disston Lumber company was forged to the checks. OREGON THEATRE, Thur. Feb. 4th r-jnnr? ...one merry musical night... L b Wm. P. Cullen offers the Pixley & Luders J J j "Daintily Different" Comic Opera Success. raiTOfBffl Why the idea lt With Harrv Hermsen-Ruth White and over half a 1 00 others, including that Spick, Span, Bewitching Beauty Chorus of Kangaroo Girls Free List, Entirely Suspended... ...Sale Opens Feb. 3, 1 0 a. m. la nn M r3 DIKE DIAT8JCSS. IMPORTANT MEETING OF FARMERS FOR SATURDAY CUR i It Is Vnr at Hand (0 Hundreds of Pendleton RmuVts. Don't eglect an aching back. BackacVe is the kidney-i cry for help. Neglect hurrying to their ld Means that urinary troubles follow quickly Dire distress, diabetes, Blight's dliease. Profit by a Pendleton cltlien's ex perience. Mrs. E. J. Melners, 601 Lewis St, Pendleton, Ore., says: "I have the utmost confidence In Doan's Kidney Pills as they proved of far greater value to me than any other remedy I previously used. I was troubled for years by attacks of kidney com plaint evidenced by severe backache. Whenever I caught cold, or In any sudden changes of the weather, my kidneys became disordered and my suffering was Intensified. Since learn. ing of Doan's Kidney Pills, I have no cause to worry about kidney trouble as it only requires a few doses af this remedy to quickly check nny attack. I keep Doan's Kidney Pills In the house at all times, procuring them at the Pendleton Drug Co. and am glad to recommend them to other suf ferers." For sale by all dealers. -Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agents for tho United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. WESTON NORMAL STUDENTS HELD DECLAMATORY CONTEST Pastime Theatre Cass Matlock, Prop. Latest Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs A Comfortable Theatre Entertaining and Instructive Shows afternoon and evenings Adults 10c. Children un der 10 years 5c. Next door to French Restaurant State Meeting of Fanners Education al and Co-operative Union Will Continue all Day Matters of Great Interest to Farmers of Uma tilla County Will be Diued. (Special Correspondence) Athpna Ore.. Jan. 2$. The most important gathering of farmers ever held in this county is announcea ior Saturday February 6, and will be an nil.rtav meetine. The State meeting of the Farmers' Educational and Co- Operative Union is a meeting 01 ui rect importance to every former In the state. The fact that the meeting Is to be addressed by such men as President Chas. S. Barrett of Georgia and Dr. X. G. Bialock of Walla Wal la, Washington, Is sufficient to com mand the interest of all. State Organizer Cox, is in the city and will remain until after the meet ing. The object of the meeting is to make arrangements for establishing a system of warehouses, the purchas ing of grain sacks and the market ing of croD.i. and the organization of a Union In this city. Mr. Barrett presides at only one meeting in each state and goes from here directly to Spokane where he will hold another meeting which will be the state meet Ing of Washington. The Athena meeting will be addressed by Presi dent Barrett who will explain what the farmers' co-operative movement 13 accomplishing in the various states; Dr. Bialock will speak on co-operative svstems in general; H. B. C. Cox, on organization; and F. A. Sykes on matters of union interest. Mr. C ox baa Interested the farmers from Ad ams, Pendleton, Helix. Milton, Wes ton and vicinities and a great gath Krln; Is exoected. The organizes expect to be able to tell the farmers at this meeting at what price tney will be able to furnish sacks for the next crop of wheat. Was Student Body Affair and Student With Humorous Selection Won First Honors Royal NUes, Second; IJyd Luddcn, Third Pearson Academy Won from Weston at Basket Ball. (Special Correspondence.) Weston, Ore., Feb. 1. In a spirit ed declamatory contest held here Fridav evening first prize was won by Miss Bernlce Curry, who rendered a humor6us selection. The prize was S10 in cash. Royal Niles, who rendered a dramatic reading, won second place and a cash prize of 15. Third place went to Lloyd Kudden and in his case the prize was a beau tiful volume of Whlttler's poems. The declamatory contest was given Under the auspices of the normal school student body and the affair was held in tho normal chapel. In all there were nine contestants and It was with some difficulty that the Judges were able to select the win ners. The Judges were A. C. Hamp ton, principal of the Pendleton high school, Rev. Mr. Harris of Athena and Mrs. Harris. Whitman Won. Just prior to the declamatory con. test a game of basketball was played In the Weston opera house between the normal school team and Pearson academy of Walla Walla. The final score was 32 to 12 in favor of the visitors. In the first half the Pear son players had entirely the best of the game and they rolled up most of their score during that half. In the later nart of the game the normal boys did better, but were unable to overcome their opponents' lead. DEMENTED MAN USES GUN. Texan SIiooIh Two Persons and Him- I self on Street. ! loin. Tex.. Feb. 1. Becoming sud i d n!v irixnrip while standing In front of thp Iola State bank building, D. D ' "vrn a .rr"n'nTit citizen, whip- ; p,.d out a revolver and began firing ' a' W. C. Colston. The dpmpnted man j fir d 'hree shots, two taking effect. Kf vens turned and started rapld- lv toward his home. Joel Mlies, a t'rofher-ln-law of Stevens, pursued him for the purpose of disarming the crazed man and overtook him abo-t a mile from the seene of the first shot, but Stevens foujrht to retain the weapon and during the souffle Milef was shot In the left arm. Stevens then turned the pistol upon himself and fired the remaining charge Into his left breast and Is not expected to live. A Plea for Patience. "You Americans do not use the English language correctly," said the man from London. "Well," answered Mis Cayenne humbly, "according to your present standard neither did Chancer nor Shakespeare." Washington fitar. SLAIN READING HER BIBLE. Utah Woman I Victim of Man Be llevcd InHanc. Salt Lake City, Feb. 1. Matilda Eclud while reading the Bible at her home, near Sandy, was shot and In stantly killed by Alex Carlson, who fired at her through a window. Carlson then went to a nearby sa loon and after drinking three glasses of whiskey told of his deed. He was arrested and made a long ramblng statement to the effect that he had been "wronged by the rail roads" and "hounded by union men" until some one had to die. He is be lieved to be Insane. - A PROTEST. He This Is a cold world the girls are all alike. You're the tenth girl who has refused m. urn THE GPS Vinci Sen toed Thb Ilca'o Strength "Several years nfro I was r.ttae'-.sd by ft revere caro 0' crlspo. x;li'.: l--i with a hacking cough, Borencss In my chest, and bronchitis. I took nearly every kind of cough syrup sold on the market, besio.es medicine given mo by physicians. I received no permanent relief until my druggist asked me to try Vlnol, and after taking three bottles I was entirely cured. I believe Vinol to be the greatest blessing ever offered to the public, as It does what Is claimed for it" R. B. R. Hicks. Maolesvllle. Ala. The reason Vlnol cures chronic coughs, colds and pulmonary troubles Is because it contains tonic Iron and all the healing and body building ele ments of cod liver oil but no oiL Vlnol Is also unexcelled as a strength builder for old people, delicate children, weak and run-down persons, and altar sickness. PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY Pendleton. Oregon. 5 'Phone Main 27 : J. A. Donaghue VETERINARY SURGEON BLOWN UP HUNTING LEAK. Two Men and Tlielr Wives Hurt, Double House Wrecked. Springfield, O.. Feb. 1. A double house was wrecked and four people were' seriously burned when Frank McEIhenle, cashier of the American express company here, started to hunt In his cellar for a gas leak. Clay Mclntlre was In the cellar on the other side of the house looking for the same leak when the explosion occurred, blowing up the entire .rear of the house. McElbenle and Mclntlre and their wives were hurt. Mrs. Mclntlre Is the most seriously hurt, a part of the kitchen wall having fallen upon her. Pendleton, Ore. OFFICIAL STATE LOCAL STOCK INSPECTOR. Office Pendleton Drng Co. Try Hohbach's Oyster House ror a Home Lunch and Good Cup of Coffee. Home Made Candies and con fections. Fancy Baking to order. Try our New "Table Queen" Bread. 117-11 B. Court. 'Phone Main I. Orpheum Theatre J.P. MEDERNACH, Proprietor Change of Program Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. 'Absolutely New Pictures. Johnson's Orchestra will Play Evenings. Best Picture Machine Made. SHOWS AFTERNOONS AND EVENINCS. Adults 10c, Children 6 to 10 years 5c, Children under 6 years, free. LADIES, You Can Do Your IRONING for 1 CENT an HOUR No Smoke No Dirt No Ashes No Carrying Wood and Coal. JUST BURN GAS and use the new) GAS SAD-IRON for $4.00 Saves Time, Temper, Trouble and Money. Always Ready for Use. Get the Sad-Iron from W. J. CLARKE & CO. and the Gas from Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. If you average the cost price of J-M Asbestos Roofino over tho period of years it is in service, you will see that "J-M" in cheaper to use than any other prepared roofing. Being made of Asbestos, an indestructible mineral, it is permanently durable, and as it does not require any coating or painting, its first cost is the only cost. Easily applied by anyone. Asbestoside is an Asbestos Sheathing and is the most eco nomical, durable and easily applied siding known. Aak for camplm and prlcM. H. W. Johns Manville Co. 576, 1 st'Avc, S. Saattle, Wash. llliilli j Byers j Best I Flour Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread is assured when 2 BYERS' BEST FLOUR is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Barley always on hand. Pendleton Roller Mills i W. S. BYERS, Prop.