DAILY EAST OKEGOX1AN, rEXDLETON. OREGON. RATl'KOAV, MARCH 20, 1900.
To Coffee Lovers
Tli is coffee la guar
anteed to be of the
finest Quality of coffee
berries, gTOwn In Dutch
East India, Arabia and
South America, on cul
It la wlected, blend
ed and roasted by the
"Dry Roast" rrocess by
experts, who use the
the greatest care to
produce flavor, same
ness and the most de
The most aromatic and flavored
cup of coffee Is obtained by using our
"PALACE R "
It comes In cans to save the sweet
A Pound, Or
We will pulverize It If you wish.
Standard Grocery Co.
"Good to Eat Goods" Phone Main 96
.GIVES CONCERT AT INDIAN
AGENCY LAST NIGHT
Receipts will Help to Reduce Student
Body Indebtedness First of Series
to be Given at Nearby Towns
Concert Wag Great Success Mem
bers of Hand Entertained at Home
of Major MeFatrldge.
The first of a series of contorts to
be given by the high school band,
was held at the Indian agency last
evening. The sixteen members of the
band accompanied by more than
twenty friends went out on No. 2 last
evening and returned on No. 5, which
was something over an hour late.
The concert was declared to have
been a success In every particular and
the boyg cleared up a neat little sum
of money which will help to reduce
the student body Indebtedness. In
addition to the band selections, a
male quartet rendered three selec
tions and a number of encores. The
quartet was composed of Elmer and
Glen Storie, Brooke Dickson and Roy
Frank Hayer gave a trombone solo
and was accompanied by Miss Ber
In addition to those going out on
the train, a few drove out from Pen
dleton and several former high school
boys came In from the surrounding
ranches. Following the time Inter
vening between the close of the con
cert and the arrival of the train was
spent at the home of Major McFfct
ri'dge and in making trips between"
the same and the station,
It Is proposed to give other con
certs at Holdman, Pilot Rock, Echo,
and Hermiston, The dates for these
have not been arranged,
VISIT IN CITT
FRESIDF.XT AND TEACHER.
MILTON' COLCMTJIA JUNIOR
Como In Interest of the College In
cidentnlly Wish to Find Tlnces for
Some Business Graduates Work on
New Buildings to Be Started Soon
College Has Acquired Twenty
Acres in Heart of City.
J. D. N'eilson of Whitman college,
is over from Walla Walla today in
the Interest of that Institution.
President W. C. Howard and Prof.
F. E. Moore of the Columbia Junior
college of Milton, are in the city to
day in the interest of that Institution.
Prof. Moore is instructor in the de
partment of science and mathematics.
Incidentally the two men are look
ing for positions for a number of
students who will soon complete the
business department course in their
Institution. The graduates will be
skilled in bookkeeping and stenog
raphy with the exception that they
lack the practical experience.
President Howard spoke very hope
ful concerning the future of the
school and thinks that the work on
the new administration building will
be started this year. This has not
been definitely settled yet, however,
for while the money has already been
subscribd, sufficient to carry out the
work, and Vhile much of it has actu
ally been paid in, a few details yet
remain to be worked out.
The college has recently acquired
a 20 acre tract in the hefcrt of the
city for a campus and the new bulld
.ings will be erected on this. This
tract is but one block from the inter
urban car line and Is ideally situated
for the purpose for which it is intended.
WERE HERE TODAY
Three prominent O. R. & N. officials
were in the city during the forenoon
today. They were John Scott, as
sistant general passenger agent; Rob
ert Burns, district freight and pas
senger afjent, and J. H. O'Neill, trav
eling passenger agent. After spend
ing the lorenoon In the city Messrs.
Scott and O'Neill left an train No. 1
for Portland while Mr. Burns went
back to Walla Walla on the 12:30
When aeen here today Mr. Scott
said that the matter of special week
end fares for the west end of this
county had Just been presented to
the passenger department. Accord
ingly no action has yet been taken re
garding the matter.
VMATILLA PARTY RETURNS
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. D. N
McDonald returned this morning from
Long Beach, Calif., where they so
journed during the winter. On the
way home the party was accompan
ied as far as Albany by Mr. and Mrs.
According to Mr. Scott, California
also suffered a severe winter and ac
cordingly the climate there this year
was not as pleasant as usual. South
ern California had much more rain
than usual during the spring.
IIOCFE PRECINCT SCTIOOIj
The most largely attended term of
school and the most successful in
every way ever conducted In Hogue
precinct, has Just been brought to a
close, according to a report sent In
by Chairman Swiss of the school
board. Miss Norwood was the teach
er and for five months she has con
ducted a school which has been con
sidered exceptionally good. The re
port of the school as announced by
the chairman of the board is also con
curred in by J. E. Arkell, a rancher
in that vicinity, who is in the city
today for the transaction of business.
TO MOT BOOK
EXPECT ONE OF BEST GAMES
OF THE YEAR TOMORROW
Pilot Rock Suld to Have Slronjr Team
Outconvo of Gamo Will not bo
Prophesied Battery of Enemy said
to Ik? Especially Sure Country for
Miles Around Aroused Locals to
Make Trip In Autos.
FARMERS ARE CLOSING
VP SACK DEALS TODAY
A meeting of the executive board
of the Inland Grain Growers associ
ation was held here this afternoon.
It wns for the purpose of closing up
the contracts for sacks which were
made at the meeting held here last
Saturday. President C. A. Barrett of
the association, came down from
Athena this morning to attend this
The best game of baseball for the
season thus far Is expected at Pilot
Rock tomorrow afternoon. The
Pendleton Indians will go out In au
tomobiles, leaving here about 9
o'clock in the morning and returning
about six in the evening.
The Pendleton team will present
practically the same lineup as on for
mer occasions this season, but the
Pilot Rock aggregation of players Is
said to be a strong one and the result
of the contest is hard to foreteel. Pilot
Rock will have a good battery In
Kennlson and Gilbert while Dr. Fred
Lleuallcn, a veteran will hold down
the first station. Several other good
players will be found In the lineup.
The country for miles around has
been aroused by the prospects of this
game and the majority of the big
crowd which is sure to be present will
be there to cheer the home team on
to victory. It is expected that sev
eral will go out from here In autos
Hutchinson will probably be In left
field, but otherwise the lineup of the
Pendleton team will be the same as
at Hormiston Inst Sunday, which Is
as follows: Collins, catcher; Dickson,
pitcher; Leonard, short stop; Willtier,
first base; Alexander, second base;
Baker, third base; Nelson, right
field; Drake, center field; Hutchlns,
left field; and Cronln, utility man.
ART IN THE HOME
BY MRS. WEISTER
The very hour a Cold start Is
the time to check It. Don't wait
It may become deep-seated
and the cure will be harder
then. Every hour lost at the
start may add days to your suf
Used In time they save all
that might follow sickness,
werry, expenses. They never
Tallman & Co.
: Planing Mill I
Robert Forster, Proprietor
SASH. DOORS, MILL WORK,
SHOWCASES AND FIX- J
The subject for the art lecture to
night Is "Art In the Home." This is
a subject of interest to all and it is
presumed that many will avail them
selves of the opportunity. The inter
est In the lectures has grown steadily
from the beginning and If they were
to be repeated it is safe to. say they
would be attended by twice as many
persons as have heard them this
The lecture tonight is the last
the splendid series.
Miniature Auto Parade.
A miniature automobile parade oc
cured on Webb, Main and Court
streets this morning. Four new cars
which had been received by the Pen
dleton auto company were being
brought up from the Northern Pa
cific depot and two other cars from
the local garage were in the proces
sion. Two of the new cars are al
ready sold and thj other will prob
ably be taken in a few days. One of
the two was for W. H. McCormmach
and the other for Dr. C. J. Smith.
Th Strickea Row Frna Orief.
What a fortunate provision of nature
It is. that deprives the rose of mental
suffering; for how poignant would b Itl
grief to discover, In the height of Its
blooming glory, that a canker fed at Its
heart, and that Its beauty and fragranca
were doomed forever. Nature always
r.arcs the sufTerinif; she is a veritable
rtorc-l.ou.se of pleasing rewards, for
i'.ujsi who seek her aid. In the years
tm by f illing hair and grayness hvo
(. '2t a gloom over the lives of thousands
of your;g women, but thanks to the ln
vcfrt srntlor. of srlftntlrit.s the true cau.-e
of ha!r (!'itruct!':n la now known to h
u germ or ji'ir:islte that burrows into
h:iir foliirl'.-H. Xewhro'a Herpiciii"
,'itjsoluiely 'J.-sHfiys this (term. Xt.uv
!"Tmlitin the r.rlr to grow in j?n
'' :) lat'-i'ded. Sold by e,d1nf;
:. Send lOe. In fttamp for '- !
t;.p H-rr!';M Co.. !)'.rit
frje dollar bottles guaranteed.
A. C. Kocpix'ii & Bros.
FLAG POLE IS IT
The old flag pole which stood !n
the rear of the city Jail for many years
and which was cut down this week
and removed because It was a men
ace to life and property, was not the
pole which was erected at the corner
of Main and Court street, some 30
years ago. The latter was the first
flag pole ever erected In this city and
was put up by Thomas Milarkey.
According to oldtlmers, that pole
waa not nearly so tall as the one
which was recently removed and
which was put up either 14 or 15
years ago by C. O. French, who was
street commissioner at that time. It
had been hauled down from the
mouijtalns by '"Umpqua" Johnson,
who Is still a resident of this coun
ty. The first one was brought Into
Pendleton by Mr. Milaiey, who
broke a wagon wheel In getting it
PARIS STRIKE STILL
London, March 20. A telephone
message from Paris tonight says that
the French government is determined
to adopt vigorous repressive meas
ures to end the telegraph and postal
strike. Labor leaders are threaten
ing to call out every man unless the
Striking telegraphers and postal
employes today announced that they
would not return to work until M.
Simyan, under secretary Y the post
telegraph be dismissed. The situation
SENATOR BORAH DISMISSED
Washington, March 20. A formal
statement regarding the dismissal of
the land fraud caws in the Idaho Jur
isdiction of the federal court wns pub
lished today by Attorney General
Wirkershnm. The statement says
Wlekershnm directed the rtlsmlssal of
the indictments against Senator Bo
rah, members of the Barber lumber
company and others.
STUDYING WHETHER SHE
WILL MARRY THE JAP
Corte Madera, Calif., March 20.
While the town of Cofte Madera was
bubbling with gossip about the en
gagement of Helena Gladys Emery,
laughter of Archdeacon Emery of
the Episcopal diocese of California, to
wed Gungiro Aoki, there is a grow
ing belief that the Japanese fled from
h's fiancee and mother. Mrs. Emery
today denied any knowledge of the
whereabouts of Aoki Later she
said she knew, but refused to tell. It
Is openly threatened that if Aoki vis
Its the girl, brickbats will fly, and
tar and feathers will be applied if the
Jap sets foot In Corte Madera. The
girl is still determined to marry the
Jap f she Is convinced that it is right
for the Caucasian and oriental races
to mix. She wants to study the prob
lem for herself. As the matter now
stands, the girl Is supported by hr
mother, but shunned by her father
and former acquaintances.
Sharon, March 20. A letter from
tlm klilnaiMTu ralslnir tlm ransom
from ten in tuiMiiv five thousand dol
lars Is retried received by the fath
er In an envelope apparently ad
dressed by the kidnaped boy and
mailed in an Ohio town,. It Is dif
ferent from nrcvlons ones mailed In.
Tlio mother collapsed today and Is In
dungcr of complete nervous break
BECOME NORTHWEST JUDGE
Jefferson City, March 20. It Is
roumored here that Governor Hadley
will soon resign to accept an appoint
ment to the federal bench In the
northwest. The cTlmate here docs
not agree with him. Taft is sa'd to
be pleased with Hadley's determina
tion to go on the bench and Is ready
to appoint him.
still Sear death
Los Angeles. March 20. Mme. Hel
ena Modjeska's condition Is un
changed according to a statement giv
en to the United Press today, and
there is still no hope for the ultimate
recovery of the famous actress.
Thursday Afternoon Club.
The Thursday Afternoon Club will
be entertained next Thursday by Mrs.
Bert Huffman and Mrs. A. J. Owen.
The meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. Huffman, 305 Crosble street and
the subject will be "Historic brldger."
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TO THE PUBLIC
Lyman's Market Moved.
I am now located in my new store arcoss the
street from my old location. Better prepared
than ever to supply your wants.
I will have a clean new stock to select from
at right prices for good goods.
My aim is Quality not Quantity
Thanking the public for their trade in the
past and assuring you we wish to merit its
continuance in the future, we remain
"Better Than Ever."
investments That Pay !
3030 acres wheat land, Umatilla County.
320 acres, part irrigable, 1 mile, Pendleton.
TOO acres very choice farm in famous
Highly improved farms on
McKay Creek and Umatilla River
City Property producing 8 per cent. net.
See me for other bargains.
N. BERKELEY, Block
St'ltlMtlSi; I'AKTY rixos
r;ii:r, to iu: srm'iusi t, w:ai
nmutw!.u msnaBTRSsaiaum. turn vsmm
Dressed Chickens for Saturday
Fresh Aparagus, Celery, Pie Plant,
Pineapple, Grape Fruit, Spinnach,
Lettuce and Fruits in season.
Just received carload of Mountain Potatoes and Early
Rose seed potatoes.
INGRAM'S PHONE MAIN 37. j
J!lini,'ham, March 20. A few min
utes before the time fft tor a surprise
j party lii.'-t night the 1 2-year-old
HatiKnter or r.'nn -tr"on i v n in-.u
F mdale. went for a bucket of water
an. I In some manner fet! iiro the well
nil 1 wan drowned When the pnrty of
yon wr people arrived to surprise the
pi rl thi-y found her (had
Papke Now "Mils Ifc'en."
I.on AiiK'dc.y, March 20. Hilly Pap
ke uns defeated In tn rounds hint
niht hy Jim Flynn. I'apke now has
a seat 'n the "has been" club. Farm
doubt if ho put up the bent fiRht tio.s
nible. I'apke nearly killed Flynn In
th! flrt round and the remainder
wan a Klidinn under the ropen affair.
Flynn was the. aggressor '
Many lives would be a koo1 deal
Hw. eter If they were not ' quite 8f.
The Comedy Event of the Season
SUNDAY MARCH, 21
ACCOMPANIED BY MISS MARIE DROFNAH
In a Notable Production of the Highest of All Comedies
THE TAMING of the SHREW
Preceded by the One Act Napoleonic Piay The Old Guard
30 People in the Casts 30
PRICES $ 1 .50---$ 1 . SeaV on Sale Pendleton Drug Co.
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