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DAILY EAST OREGONIAJf, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1909. PAGE FTVEL for That Are Bargains See Our Entire 50 Feet of Show Windows Then. Get Busy. F. . Livengood & Co. LOCALS 11 IN PORTLAND MANY ENTHUSIASTS OUT TO SEE FIRST GAME First Hull of tlio Season Is Pitched Goorgo II, Williams Ik Conspicuous in tlie Parade Game Laxt for Eleven Innings Won by Oinon's Drive 'FtImco Wins from Los Angeles. 1 LOCALS ' Pastime pictures please all. Wanted Chambermaid at Hotel Tendleton. " Call at Nlssen Implement Company if you need a fine buggy. Fresh fish every day at Pendleton Cash Market. Phone Main 101. J. B. Halley. express. Leave orders Welch's cigar store: phone Ma!n 1 Large car of fine buggies Just re ceived by Nlsen Implement Com pany. Fine line of rubber tired vehicles Just received by N'lssen Implement Company. Wanted By man and wife, posi tion on ranch. Address O. K., care hls office. Lost Lady's brown fx fur with tilack stripe. Finder return to this office for reward. Position wanted by lady steno graph and typewriter. References given. Enquire this office. For salo cheap Furniture and furnishings for six room lodging house. Enquire 613 Garden street. Buy ft lot In Columbia Beach either for a summer home or as an invest ment. Both are good. Tearms easy. For rent New 6-room cottage, with modern conveniences. Lot iOxlOO. Also new barn and yard. Enquire BIS Pine street. Ml?s Nettle Burr of Walla Walla, Wash., will give lessons on the violin at Pendleton every Saturday. Those Interested please phone Main 119. Wanted to Rent Small houso oi cottage partly or fully furnished. Or furnished suite of rooms. To be oc cupied by young married couple. Cat furnish reference. Address H-, car of East Oregonlan. Fine new line of Hams, Bacon, Smoked Meats and Lard at Pendle ton Cash Market. Phone Main 101. Pendleton Cosh Market, best meats, For Sale 160 acres. 130 acres plowed, DO acres In fall wheat, and 10 acres of garden land, good house, bHrn and outbuildings. C. H. Sellers, 743, Main Btreet, Pendleton, Ore. PLANS PUR NEW CATHOLIC CHURCH FINISHED Plans for the proponed new church to be erected by the local Catholic congregation have been completed and will be forwarded to Rome for ap proval. The building will be 126 feet long, 62 feet wide, will be built o MtntiK and will be one of the hand somest church edifices In eastern Ore gon. NEW CIRCULATION MANAGER IN C1LRGE Robert Fletcher, who recently ac ceDted the position of circulation manager for the East Oregonlan. en terod upon his duties this morning and is now in charge of the clrcula tlon department of the paper. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. TOUR BEST IIYESTMEIT-UR EXPERIENCE Rig Crowd! See Views. The Columbia Beach headquarters at 120 E. Court St., was crowded to Its doors last night from 7:30 p, m, to 9:30 p. m. Tho views are real Inter esting and the sales as a result are now away beyond expectations. One hundred lots Is the number the Co lumbia Trust Company has set to sell In Pendleton but the Indications are that they will almost double that number. This proposition Is really a better one than their advertise ments would lead a person to believe The nrlces are exceedingly low and terms easy making It a good specu Intlve proposition as well as beach resort. It Is safe to say that the prices will double In one year. It Is easy to be seen that the proposition Is being carried out on sound legltl mntn lines. The men who are here representing Columbia Trust com pany are all clean cut fellows, good rustlers and full of enthusiasm about their proposition. 1 Rubber Gloves Almost Given Away Only a few years npo, when houso-clcaning days, rose jiish sottinp, and the planting of Swoct Peas, and all these delightful amusements of spring were looked upon with horror by the houe-wife, because the work simply ruined her hands ; and it docs seem as though it almost rained them for there used to be a great demand fop lotions, creams, etc., about this time of tho year, but it is different row, and rublcr gloves have brought aoout uio cnange. We have just received a gross shipment of ladies' rubber ployesa flexible, durable, light weight glovej tliat should give you the best of satisfaction, and the price is ridiculously low; JUST 55 CENTS A PAIK. These cost you regularly $1.00, but having an opportunity to buy a close-out lot direct from tho factory, not old stock purchased from wholesale houses or second eradc goods, but a very fair quality of rubber gloves. While they Pre not equal to our $1.50 BROAD GUARANTEE rubber gloves, which we replace at any time if not satisfactory for any reason, except neglect or carelessness on tho part of the user, but they are equal to the average $1.00 glove, and whilo wc will not guarantee them under our iron clad guarantee, yet v.p will replace any of them in a reasonable length of time if not satisfactory, Ixx-ause of imperfection in manufacture, or in feriority in wearing qualities, if not caused by neglect or care iesnesa on the part of tho purchaser. We have all sizes in stock, but having only one gross to offer, it will be well to come in early and make your selection. - K O P P E N S . . . (The Drug Store that Serve You Best) Portland, Ore., April 14. Portland won here laHt night. AH Portland and his brother was there to see it, the opening game of the Pacific Coast league season with Sacramento, and It was a success in the eyes of the 7500 enthusiuHts who attended. The game was a rattling good one, lasting for 11 Innings, and was won on a long drive by Olson. Roth pitchers re flected credit on themselves and they received capable support from tho field. The game was preceded by the cus tomary parade, there being, according to President J. Cal Ewlng of the league, 81 automobiles in line. These were occupied by high state officials, Mayor Lane and by the city coun ell, and many of the county officers, Including Sheriff R. L. Stevens, whose automobile was crowded with perhaps a score of youngsters. The most con splcuous of all in the parade was for mer United States Attorney General George II. Williams, w ho is as enthu siastic at 86 years of age over the national game as any youngster. The first ball waspitched by Coun cllman George B. Cellars, disguised as Governor F. F. Benson of Oregon, snd was caught by Mayor Lane. General Williams umpired the first ball from the field while Fielder A, Jones presided behind the plate. The pleasure of the afternoon was marred by the announcement Just as the game began, of the death of President Meyer of the Vernon team President Ewlng and the players spoke many words of regret at his taking away. The score: R. H. E. Sacramento 3 6 3 Portland 4 12 1 Batteries Brown and Byrnes; Gar rett and Murray. 'Frisco Beats Los Angrles. San Francisco, April 13. Zelder of the home team scored two men to day on a two bagger and then made a daring steal home, defeating Los Angeles 3 to 0. Henley allowed but three scattering hits and kept the visitors from scoring. Score R. II. E. Los Angles 0 3 3 San Francisco .3 7 1 Batteries N'agle and Orendorff; Henley and Berry. Standing of Teams. Los Angeles 643 Sacramento 616 Portland , 600 San Francisco 500 Oakland 333 Vernon 303 WILL cm BIG RANCHES PILOT ROCK EDITOR, ENTERS REALTY FIELD Many Mr Rant-lie of Pilot Rock Country Lifted for Sale for Farm ing Pursues Building of Branch Railway Line Made Stockmen See Light 10,000 Acres Listed Already, J. P. McManus, for many years ed itor and proprietor of the Pilot Rock Record, has embarked In the real es tate business and he hopes to do much to produce a iore closely set He'd community in the vicinity of Pi lot Rock. While here last evening Mr. Mc Manus announced that he has 10,000 acres of land already listed for col onization and he hopes to secure much more. Among the holdings listed with him Is land belonging to Douglas Belts, the well known sheep man, and many other big ranchers of that country. According to Mr. McManus he has striven for years to get the big stock men of that section to break their ranches up Into farming land. The advent of the Umatilla Central Into that country and the general wave of development that has swept over the county has caused the big ranchers to think favorably of the proposition. Their ranches will now be broken up as fast as new people can be secured for settlement upon them. Though he will devote a great part of his time to real estate work, Mr. McManus will still continue the pub lication of the Pilot Rock Record. ANTHROPOLOGIST KILLED FOR VIOLATING CUSTOMS Likes International Marriages. Lady Headford, during her Ameri can tour, said In New York that she approved of International marriages. 'They correct us," she explained "Our Englishmen work too little. your American men work too hard, and the International marriage tends to bring about a happy mean. "I have an English friend who at tenuea tne runerai or one of your hardest workers, a multl-mllllonalre. My friends wife said rather bitterly to him at the funeral: ' 'How you have missed your op portunities, my love. Place yourself besides Mr. Rltch there. You are both of the same age. You both be gan lire togctner. you are a poor man, while he died a multi-million aire "Tea. said the English husbanj. there R-itch lies, dead of nervous prostration, without one Blngle pen ny in his pocket, and here I stand, halo and hcartj. with a wallet in my coat containing quite a hundred dol lars.' " New York Press. Humor of tho Tariff. Washington. The Payne tariff bill seems to satisfy Congressman Kusterman of Wisconsin. "Of course,' he said last night, "all human beings are seinsh. There are complaints now; there will be complaints by In dividuals for all time to come. It's all owing to whose ox 19 gored. "The present dissension reminds me of a clothing dealer who had a coat stolen from one of the dummies standing near the door.. The thief had time to put It on before being de tected, and then he ran. The mer chant came to the sidewalk and rais ed a cry that was heard by a police man. "The officer shouted to the man to stop. As he wouldn't, the officer be gan to shoot, whereupon the clothier houted: 'Hit him In the pants, the coat is mine.' " By James S. Evans. A Floating Compass Needle. When a thoroughly dry and clean sewing needle Is carefully placed on tho surface of water the needle will float even If the density of steel Is seven or eight times that or water. sewing needle thus floating upon water may be used as a compass If has previously been magnetized. The needle will then point north and south and will maintain this position if the containing vessel is moved about. If the needle Is displaced by force It will return to its position al ong the magnetic meridian as soon the restraint Is removed. Manila, April 14. The party re cently sent out by the government to nvestigate the circumstances connect ed with the murder by Ilongote tribes men of Dr. William Jones, a noted anthropologist connected with the Columbian museum In Chicago, has recovered the valuable collection made by the scientist during his two years' stay among the wild men of the interior. The specimens will be at once sent to the institution In Chicago. Members of the party learned addi tional detalis of the tragic death of Dr. Jones. It appears that he had been warned that trouble was in store for him, and had started to leave the country, where he had been studying the natives at close range. He returned to the headwaters of the Cagayan river to secure boats In which to carry his collection down the river, and unwittingly crossed the dead line that had been established by hostile Ilongotes. He was met by a party of warriors who offered him a dish of fish, as a token of defiance In accordance .with tribal custom. Not suspecting that he was accepting their challenge by so doing, he ate the fish, and was at tacked Immediately. The warriors wounded him many times with their spears, but he managed to fight them off with his revolver and reached boat in which he escaped. Dr. Jones was so severely wounded that he died five hours later, and his body was rescued from the river by friendly Ilongotes. A native servant also was attacked at the same time, but escaped uninjured, saving the scientist's revolver. a NORTH POLE EXPEDITION PLANS ARE COMPLETED uapt. Konid Amundsen has com pleted arrangements for his drifting expedition In search of fhe North Pole In Nansen's famous ship, the "Fram." The "Fram" is being overhauled and strengthened, and probably will be ready to leave Chrlstlanla early next year. Amundsen will accompany the steamer out of the fiord, but will re turn and later proceed to America, and thence to Nome, Alaska, where the "Fram," Which Is to go by way of Cape Horn, will pick him up. From Nome the expedition will enter the Arctic ocean through Bering Strait. CAMPAIGN AGAINST PRAIRIE DOG BY GOVERNMENT The prairie dog has become such a pest In the national forests of Ari zona and New Mexico, that the United States Forest Service has de cided to carry out an active cam paign for Its extermination. Poisons are used such as strychnine, cyanide of potassium, anise oil, and molasses, the poison boing smeared over wheat, The riders carry, the wheat in a tin pall suspended by a gunny sack slung across the sTioulder. One hand is free for the reins. With the other the rider uses a teaspoon to measure out the poison. - Representative Hughes of New Jer sey has "been appointed as fhe' "whip" of the democratic party by Champ Clark, the democratic leader. Mr. Hughes succeeds representative O'- Connoll of Massachusetts. . The party whip" has a lot to do. It Is his duty to ascertain as nearly as possible the sentiment of the members of his par ty on all pending legislation depend ing on party action, and to see that the entire membership If his party Is present when the vote is taken on the question. A. O. Eberhart, lieutenant governor of Minnesota, is spoken of a a pos sible candidate for governor,, next year. George H. Moses, who has been ap pointed minister to Greece and Mon tenegro, has been a prominent figure for many years In New Hampshire political life. He was a delegate to the last national republican conven tion at Chicago, and was an ardent supporter of Vice President Fair banks . for the presidential nomina-tlon. Ripe Olives, Green Olives, Sweet and Sour Pickles. Cream, Limburger and Camem bert Cheese. A fall line of canned and pickled fish Phone us your orders, we have two Phones, both Main 28. GRAY BROS. GROCERY CO. Do you want lo BUY or BUILD a home 7 If you do, and if you desire to borrow money to -assist you, it will pay you to see FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court St.. Pendleton, Ore. You can repay the loan in monthly installments. r THE GRAND THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week TILLER. SISTERS In the oriel nal sketch "THE ACTRESS AXD THE NEWS GIRL." THE CHEAT WOODWARD MOXOLOGCIST . In connection with the latest and best Motion Pic tures and Illustrated Songs. We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. Orpheum Theatre Pendleton's Favorite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Show. Program Changed Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Special. Matinees: Thursday, Saturday and Sunday Admission to All Matinees 5c and lOo. Evenings 10c and 15c Children Under 12 Free Every Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr. Byers' Best Flour Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread is assured when BYERS' BEST FLOUR is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Barley always on hand. Pendleton Roller Mills W. S. BYERS, Prop. Good News to Lovers of Good Bread and Cakes. We will bake our first goods in our new patent oven Wednesday, April 14 th Chas. Rohrman E Court Street SltcIrWc, IS toot awning, in good order, and bricka for sal's.