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t m4 a n "... t? J DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON. TUESDAY, MA HOT 3C, W. HGTIT PAGE rAGE TWO. , . ; - 1 r- . .. I'luirftciiocc m r . i il I lill ndtlllLu U I . .. mm n PV BJ II BEVOKD UPON fg i, SIX PROPOSITIONS AIIF. y iJ J L3 W W NOW I P TO THE PEOPLE II n fl rv I vJS. ' .,. m ur i4 Feu; of the tew txceptionai Bargains urrereu ii Our Great Business Building Sale Continuing For This One Week Only 36 New Spring Man-Tailored Suits of Exceptional $25.00 and $27.50 values for the six days of our Business Build ing Sale, take your choice 18.65 Coming rialit at the bodmiing of the suit season it's an un heard opportunity to make a substantial saving. A few of these suits are shown in our window. You may depend upon it that represented in tin's lot are the swellest, nobbiest suits to be soon ,m-ulm .-Hid overv one strietlv man-tailored, perfect in fit, s-hape. style and every detail. Xot the usual "special sale" suits shown as bargains, but strictly high class garments, absolutely tin-, kt tli.-. ,.ii,in affords, and everv one ycm'll acknowledge ns exceptional $25.00 and $27.."0 values. Your choice for the six davs of our business building sale , 1S.GJ All alterations free of charge and done in an expert manner. I.cgMiitiire Kt-ri-i-s Measures of (;r-nt liiiIHtriiuuv to i Electorate A Irtat Six In nil iiiul they ore to lie DecUlcil lit liem-ml Election in 1910. 37 Silk Petticoats, regular values from $12.50 to $25 for the six days of our Business Building Sale 9.65 Most of these silk skirts are now shown' in our window. They are certainly a lvantiful showing of fine skirts and not one of the In i- re-uhirlv priced at less than $12.50. While many proclaim themselves as .2."..0O skirts, most all colors are represented, you mav take vour choice for the six days of our business buildimr sale JSU.lio at 14 dozen White Shirtwaists of regular $2.00 and $2.50 values, on sale for the six days of our Business Building Sale at $1.39 Represented in this assortment is every new spring style. Everv one a perfect make. Some tailored ei foots, others lace and embroidery trimmed, and every one excellent value at $2 to $2.50 vour choice for the six days of our business building sale SI. 39 Ladies' $12.50 and $16.50 Waists on sale for the six days of our Business Budding Sale SS.95 An extra swell line of fancy net waists in black, cream and white, also fine chiffon waists in cream, brown trimmed in fine lace medallions, superb $12.50 and $10.50 waists, take your choice for the six davs of our business building sale 8.95 $12.50 and $15.00 New Spring Dress Skirts for the six days of our Business Building Sale at S9.25 Everv one this spring best styles, every color almost is re presented.' and guaranteed regular $12.50 and $15.00 values, take vour choice for the six days of our business building sale $9.25 Th Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade Save Your Coupons Six propositions, nil of groat lm pirtance to tle state, will bo submit ted to tho people at Hie election of 1910 by directtion of the legislature, besides other questions that are crr t ;i I n to be placed before the voters by using the initiative, says the Tort land Journal. The matter to annuo the greatest Interest will be the McArthur amend ment to the constitution, authorizing the creating of railroad districts for the purpose of issuing bonds and con structing new lines of railway In un developed sections of the slate. Of great importance also are the twin amendments doing away with the constitutional provisions uniform and equal taxation and permitting the classilicatlon of property at clirrerent rates, the object being to separate state and county taxation and to raise state taxes from franchises and grants of privileges by the public to corpor al ions. These amendments are strongly urged by tho state grange, wnicn nas gone over the whole field and framed it i course toward the system followed In Wisconsin and other states of the east. It is urged that this would end tho skirmishing by county assessors over the tax rate, as It would remove tho taxes fur state purposes from consideration by county assessors, many of whom now try to oiitmaneu ver the others In order to escape as much of the state tax as possible. Opponents of th" amendment, on tho other h ind, assert that it would open the doors to possible discrimi nation against classes of property that .should be protected. Senator Hart express..,! the fear that it would lead to single tax legislation. It is evident that there will bo a wide field for dehat on the proposed amend ments. There are two of them, in- j tMided to st uid or fall together. Another amendment to be voted on is Senator Coffey's plan for legisla- j tive redistricting. He proposes to have as many senatorial districts as there are senators, and as many rep resentative districts as there are rep resentatives. This would increase Multnomah's representation, adher Ing strictly to population as a basis. . This completes the list of annul ments proposed by the legislature, but two other propositions aro to be submitted to the people in accordance with bills that were passed. One of these is the question of a constitution al convention, which provoked a hot fight In the legislature. Its opponents declaring that the people do not want a revision of the constitution and that It would be a waste of time and mon ey to submit the matter. Two hundred thousand dollars for an asylum In eastern Oregon is an other question to be voted up of down in November 1910. If the peo ple approve the plan the location will be determined by a board pro vided for in the, bill, the choice be ing limited to Iiaker City, Pendleton and La Grande. THROAT AND REM- FOR COUGHS AND GOLDS CURES '"THROAT LUNG DISEASES SAVED HER SON'S LIFE My son Rex was taken down a year ago with lung trouble. We doctored some months without improvement. Then I began giving Dr. King's New Discovery, and I soon noticed a change for the better. I kept this treatment up for a few weeks and now my son is perfectly well and works every day. MRS SAMP. RIPPEE, A?a, Mo. 50c AND $1.00 SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY E mi - TA M.MAN A CO. THF. PENDLETON DKCG CO. While some of his comrades looked on envlosly at first, Hulse mounted the motor dele for n trial run yesterday. The course was on the main land to the edge of the bay. Hulse started slowly and gradually Increased spud. Fa.-ter went the motor cycle, headed f.r the bay. Hulse found that to save his life, or anybody's, he could not stop tho machine. While the cycle was whizzing about n mile a minute the gasoline Ignited and set fro to Hulsi's pants. The next instant Hulse and the motor cycle plunged into tho bay. It might have been worse, although Hulse cannot walk now if he wants to His comrades in turn are taking his beach patrol. inix (orTiKs a iti-: VOTING s.u.ooxs OFT. Indianapolis. Mar. 2 Rush coun ts is holding a local option election to ,l iv and the temperance forces declare it will go dry. During the week eb'V n counties have voted against the saloon. mt of twenty-five counties, one has voted for the saloon. Three hundred and eighty saloons will be abolished as a result of these elections. Six more counties will vote next week. We Sell the Earth!. static teachers to meet AT ALBANY i COYDTE-tCHO ill S N. CUTOFF JCK O'NEILL THINKS POSSIBILITY IS REMOTE Traveling Passenger Agent I of the Opinion that Projected Cut-ofr Has Ik-en AbandonedGrowth Busl nes P.esponsible. That there ! no probability of a cut-off to be made in the O. K. & N. , v.... Pnvntfl and Echo, IS Z Vinson of J. H. O'Neill, traveling passenger agent of the company. v aT,fl n such "I am a passenger o6c'"- am not fully informed on the matter, but I think I can safely say that no cut-off will be made. There was a time when this action was being con sidered bv the company, but that was before the present Improvements v.-ere made In Hermiston and its vl c nity. If we should make the cut off now it would shorten the track considerable, but would cut Hermis ton out. This town has developed and as there is much freight and pas .raffie to this noint it would "'"s-i . . . I. mean a loss to the road to nave n changed." Owing to the Indecision of the com pany in making any definte state ment t,n this proposition, it is claim ed that several hundred thousand dol. Jars capital has been held up pend ing the decision of the radroad. Now that this assertion has been made there will be no fear of the Investor-) from puuing their money into the HermMo,) real estate. jt does not seem reasonable that there will be any permanent chaftge for the reason that Hermiston and Umatilla a well would be cut out, and .i,.. ihtit the road In now de- liic '-.' ,11 riving along ts present line would tie ..... ... i.... ,v, freight would be . referred bv wagon to the new lln As Mr. o'NeHl Mated, the change m;h. hMve been made several years ago before the country, which Is to be supplied with water in tne near iu- u ihn.iirht of being developed nronosltion now standi there it no Immediate danger of thl change occurring. ROOSEVELT GLOVE EXPERT 'Professor" Donovan Says White Houe Stole Great PirnUM From World. New York, Mar. 2. "Professor" M. Donovan, former champion middle weight of America, has just Issued a book entitled "The Roosevelt That I Knew." In this book Donovan tells of his experiences with the president of the United States during ten years of boxing with him. It is no exaggeration when I say- that in some mixups with him," writes Professor Donovan, "I have been com Delled to resort to all the arts and de vices that have come to me from years of serious f ghting, often to slug right and left to save myself." Donovan declares: "Had President Roosevelt come to the prize ring in stead of to the Presidential arena it i mv conviction he would have been successful. That man Is a born fighter it's in his blood . "I want to say now that I never saw !vm wince or show even by an in voluntary sign that he was disconmfit ed 'n spirit, no matter how severe the bodily pain. On the contrary I met with only that characteristic turning of the head a bit to the side, a grim smile and a determined setting of the buliilog jaw, followed he another rush. "Theodore P.oosevelt is a strong tough man, hard to hurt and harder :o stop." THREE ROYS ORfJANI.K FIXE POFITRY SHOW Albany, Ore The State Teachers' association will be held in tills city .lune 2!l , July 1, inclus've, Over ! teachers are expected to be present and the commercial club litis been asked to make arrangements to ac commodate tho large deltgations. Following are the officers: Presi dent, W. W. Wiley. Nowhorg; secre- tary, V. A. Wiley. Portland; executive committee, State Superintendent Ackerman, Professor J. M. Powers, Salem, President P. L. Campbell, l-u- gene and Superintendent Jackson, Albany. Buy you a home NOW. Alfalfa, Fruit and Wheat Lend, m five acre trccts end larger, on easy payment plan. Live where you wish we'll have improved for you. Write Northwest Realty Go. G. A. Chapman, Mgr., Echo, Oregon It Ii saved His Lir. "Ail thought I'd lose my leg," uriies .T. A. Swenson, waienow.. vv;u "T..i vears of eczema, that 15 ,i,,etor cf.uld not cure, had at la.it laid me up. Then Uucklln's Arnica l -,..1 If (.nnd and well. In- fallible for Skin Eruptions, Eczema .Salt Kheum, Boils, Fever .Sores, Burns -;,aMs. Tuts and Piles. 2ac at lall- man & Co.; Pendleton Drug ld, Xew York. Through the efforts of three bovs. Montclair. N. J.. has had a show of poultry, pigeons and pet stock which competent authorities say was second in Interest only to the recent Madison Spuare Garden show. It lasted five days and closed Saturday night. At noon of that day the exhi bitors and all employes received checks for their prizes and services, all bills were paid and a handsome balance was left In the treasury. The boys are Pert C. Miller, Fred O. Rosenberg and D. O. Keyler, none of whom Is yet 20 years old. They visited the Madison Square Garden show In 1907-08 and on their way home plann ed the Montclair show. Last October they engaged a hall, published the date and Induced every business man In Montclair to pay $1 each to become a member of the Montclair Poultry and Pieeon Association. Mayor Henry V. Crawford, manager of the Xew York Poultry, Pigeon and Pet Stock Associ ation, was made president of their organization. Soon entries began to come in from all over New Jersey and from Pennsylvania. The prizes consisted of twelve silver cups, twenty-one casn prizes ano f'ftv.nirin other valuable nrlzes. Ex hibitors and the public alike were pleased and the show will hereafter become an annual event. It would be hard to find three prouder boys than Miller, Rosenberg and Keyder New York World. Itusinetw Location for Rent. . Good More or office room for rent . .v, t-Qi rireconlan building On 111 lilW -"V O M.in treef with steam heat and elec trie lijchts. Also room suitable for office or email store Jn same building, on Webb street. Enquire at E. o. oi- flee ,r r-c rnitli IV TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleeding or Protruding Piles In to 1 daye or money rerunaea. vc. For TMsmso of the Skin. Nearly ail diseases of the skin, such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum nnd hfirhors' itch are characterized by an intense Itching and smart.!nr, which often makes life a burden nnd dls turbs sleep nnd rest. Quick relief may be had by applying . namun la'n's Satve. It allays the Itching and smarting almost Instantly. Many cases have been cured by Its use. ! or sale by all good dealers. Lmul Option Flection. Covington, Va., March 2. A local option election is In progress here to day. Covington Is now "dry" nnd the petition asking for the election was circulated by the "wets." There was about 200 names on the paper, and there are "00 voters in the .'ity. One unfurnished room for rent In the East Oregonlan building. Elec tric lights and steam heat. Bath, hot and cold water on floor. Rate very reasonable. Enquire at E. O. office GRAND THEATRE THE "ALWAYS LEADS" ...THIS WEEK... Madge De Armo "QVFF.N OF. THF Allt." Gymnast and Singing-Specialty. Matt and Wright OO.MFDY Ml Sl('AI) ACT. See the broom and feather duster duet.. In connection with the latest and best Motion tures and Illustrated Songs. We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Re prices 10c and. 15c Usual Matinees. The East Oregonian is eastern Oregon's representative paper. It leads nnd the people appreciate it and show it by their liberal patron t . .1.- - .1 ... .' .. ; . .. ...l t ... i 1 . t nnAf;An il 19 lilt? HUVt'i iisiiif; iiit-viiuui t7i nun accuuii. aire The Most Beautiful Homes Built Today, Are Being Made of Concrete Blocks. Stiff Xwk. Stiff neck Is caused by rheumatism r,f the muscles of the neck. Tt is usu ally confind to one side or to the back of the neck and one side. While it is often quite painful, quick relief may be had by apply'ng Chamberlain's Liniment. Xot one case of rheuma tism In ten requires Internal treat ment. When there Is no fever or no swelling as In muscular and chronic rheumatism, Chamberlain's I.inlment will accomplish more than any Inter nal treatment. For sale by all good druggists. KIDF.K'S PANTS TOOK FIItK AS MOTOIl CYCM: KAN' AWAY. New York. Arthur Hulse, a life guard at the Ine Hill Reach life-saving station, near Hayville, L. I., grew weary of tramping endless miles of sand, so he bought a motor cycle. They are pret tier, more sub stantial and far more comporta ble in either hot or cold weather. See my many beautiful de signs In con crete blocks before you build your home. Contractor and Builder feus-- iP- ''i'trri.i f MRY Concrete stands unsurpassed for Uasements, . Foundations. 1 Walls, Fences nnd Curbing. It looks better and lasts longer than stone. 1 will furnish you estimates for any clans of fl work on application. Cor. Rail road amd Willow Sts.