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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OIIKiOXlAS, PENDLETON, OREGON. TTESDAY, MAY 11, 1909. PAGE FIVE. FISHERMEN MUST 97 Ladies and Misses Suits MADE COMPULSORY AFTEH MAY 22 BY NEW LAW FREE DEMONSTRATIONS Will be on sale 'all this week at Closing Out Prices Every suit up-to-date in style and shade No Charges For Alterations Wash Dresses and Wash Board Suits by the Dozen Pretty styles in Percales and Lawns at $1.50, $2.25, $3.50, $4.50, $6 and $7 By far cheaper than you can have them made and we charge nothing for altering June Ladies Home Journal Patterns Now Ready F. E. Livengood & Co. Applies to nil Male Fishermen Over Sixteen Years of Age Does Not Apply to Women and Boys Li mine Clin he Hud at County Clerk's Office Will CoHt $ne Dollar Ir rlifatlon DiU-lie Must be Screened. LOCALS WOMAN KINS FARM. Pastime picture please alL What time will the clock stop? Rock Spring coal, Henry Koplttke, Fresh fish every day at Pendleton Cash Market Phone Main 101. See Henry Koplttke for Rock Springs coal. Phone Main 178. For Rent Seven room house, north side. Enquire 223 Perkins avenue. Wanted Girl to do general house work. Apply 914 West Court street. If you want good dry wood, ring up Henry Koplttke, phone Main 178 For Sale Feed and chop mill, practically new. Inquire this office. Lost White elastic ladles belt with cut steel buckle. Return to this office for reward. See our window for pocket knives. Tour choice out of 300 for 10 cents each. Sharon & Eddlngs. Wanted To rent small furnished modern cottage. No children. En quire "Z," this office. C. C. Hendricks, agent for the Ver mont Loan & Trust company, will place loans on Umatilla farm lands. For Sale Alfalfa and fruit farm, 12 miles west of Pendleton. Enquire at the Standard Grocery for Informa tion. , Lost Bunch of keys on ring, be tween A. W. Nye's residence and Peo ples Warehouse. Return to this of fice for reward. Lost Black and tan pup, seven months old. Finder leave word at this office and receive reward. Fay Adums, "Windsor." For rent New 6-room cottage, with modern conveniences. Lot 60x100. Also new. barn and yard. Enquire 513 Pine street. A 81 sailor given free with every 35.00 purchase at the Vogue Millin ery. Come esrly and get your choice. Harris & Idleman, props. Suite of unfurnisher nousekeeplng rooms for rent In East Oregonlan building. Electric lights, steam heal and bath. Enquire t this office. We have some very des'rable resi dence properties In Pendleton to ex change for unimproved property in Portland or vicinity. H. P. Whitman, 819 Chamber of Commerce, Portland, Oregon. Lives are to be measured by their outgoings, not by their Income. Ijislern Oregon Spinster Cultivates 300 AcrcM in Isolated Section. Huntington, Ore. Managing a farm of 360 acres, living by herself In a sparsely settled neighborhood two miles from Huntington, further Iso. lated by the reason of her Mormon be. lief, toiling from morning until night with shovel along an Irrigation ditch and with horses In light farm work Miss Alice Durbin, aged 53, native of Oregon, Is one of the most unique characters In this section where unl quencss Is not a rare thing. Mlxs Durbin was the only daughter of C. J. Durbin, a pioneer of this sec tlon, who settled on part of the land now owned by his heir, In 1875. At the same time the daughter took a claim of 160 acres adjoining the land of her father, and this land she has owned and Improved constantly since, At her father's death she became own er of 200 acres of the old homested and throwing the entire tract Into a big farm begun Its management and cultivation. Of the tract 150 acres are under Irrlgutlon, a system of water having been Installed at heavy expense by the father and daughter many years ago, The land lies near the Snake river val ley and will produce al kinds of fruit and vegetables, making it valuable as well as In need of great care. Yet with It all Miss Durbin manages the farm with tact and profit, hiring help during the busy season and renting such tracts as she feels In duty bound to give to control of others. But daily, year In and year out, since 1875 this little woman has lived and work ed upon the broad acres lying on the bluffs above Snake river.. Miss Durbin was born at Salem, Ore., December 11, 1856, and a few years later wad brought by her parents to eastern Oregon. In all these years she has visited Portland only once, to see the Lewis and Clark exposition, but has never been outside of the state. Her mother, having died when she was a mere child, to her befell the task of rearing four brothers, two of whom still survive. Burdened with cares beyond her years, Miss Durbin became reconciled to her fate upon the bleak,-Oregon hills, and has never desired to change her lot, either by marriage or removal. What time will the clock stop? THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. TOUR BEST IIYESTMEIT-OUA EXPERIENCE E" 1 111 ' m p mn mini Human Voice Opens Safe. According to a dally press report a safe lock has been Invented which ls proviuea witn pnonograpnic mecnan- Ism so that it can be opened only by the voice of the owner. A mouthpiece like that of telephone takes the place of a knob on the door, and this Is provided with the usual style of needle which travels In a grove m the sound record of the pnonograph cylinder. Before the safe can be unlocked the password must be spoken Into the cyl inder by the one who made the origi nal record. The report does not state what would occur if the owner should come down to his office with a bad cold. Every male fisherman over the age of 16 years must be armed with a li cense, after May 22. This is the date and the requirements of the new fish and game code. Licenses will soon be avalluble at the office of County Clerk Sallng and can he had for the sum of one dollar. Announcement to the above fact was made this morning by O. C. Tur ner, deputy game nnd fish warden. He had a conference Sunday with State Oame Warden R. O. .Stevenson and It Is evident that the officials are to make an effort to see that the new laws are obeyed. Women and boys under 16 years of uge will not be required to have licenses. One of the provisions of the new law which Deputy Turner says will be lnforced is that In regard to . the screening of Irrigation ditches. Ow ing to the fact that the law has been defective, thousands of fish have been destroyed annually by reason of hav ing been carried out onto the fields by the Irrigation ditches. Since they have a new law and one which they can enforce, the officials are determined that the experience shall not be duplicated. CONTRIBUTED TO PUBLIC Many citizens of Pendleton are manifesting their interest In the pub lic library, by gifts of books and peri odicals, for which the members of the board and the librarian desire to express their appreciation. Among the contributions recently received are five volumes of the works of Victor Hugo, and several volumes of unbound periodicals given by Mrs. Grace Johnson, and a complete set of "Nations of the World" series of his tories, consisting of thirty-two vol umes, presented by Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wheeler. The set . includes the following books: Abbott, J. C. S., Austria. Abbott, J. C. S., Italy. Boulger, D. C, China. Clark, E. L., Turkey. Dickson, Walter, Japan. Greene, J. R England, 4 v. Guizot, F. P. C, Prance, 8 v. Hawthorne, Julian, United States, 3 v. McCoan, J. C, Egypt. Menzel. Wolfgang, Germany, 4 v. Prescott, W. H., Conquest of Mex ico, 2 v. Prescott, W. H., Conquest of Peru, v. Rambaud, Alfred, Russia, 2 v. Wilberforce, Archibald, Spain. Also the life of William McKinley, by Murat Halstead was included in the collection. Mrs. Lowell contributed several boxes of periodicals which will help very materially In completing the files at the library. ALL THIS WEEK DONT . fail to call 'at Clark's Grocery this week and receive a Free Sample of the Washington Cracker Co's. delicious pastries, cookies and crackers, termed the "Matchless" brand. The Washington Cracker Co. s delicious pastries are I put up in air tight packages and are scientifically man ufactured in a strictly modern, hygienic factory, of the most carefully selected raw materials. Eat Matchless Crackers, they make rich red blood. We extend the public a cordial invitation to come in and get free samples, all this week. Washington Cracker Co. AT Ckrk 9 G roc 544 Main Street RESULTS OF IS lie REAL BARGAINS IX FANCY VELVET SKIN'S tor one day. Wednesday, May 12 Hamley will soli fancy velvet skins for one dollar. Christian church ben efit salo. Ladles, don't miss this They are worth $2. All colors. Seattle Fair Rates. Local Agent Walter Adams of the Northern Pacific Railroad has receiv ed official notice concerning the rates to be put Into effect by that road for the Seattle fair. The rate from Pen dleton will be 112.20 for the round trip and the tickets are onlq good within IS days of the date of sale No stopover privileges will be allow ed, either going or coming. The rate of J12.20 Is the regular fare and one third granted for holidays and other special events. The shipbuilding output of the unl ted . kingdom last year .was 926,669, as against 1.607,890 the previous year. EXAMPLE You buy a one dollar article and you get your choice of any fifty cent one FREE Or if your pur chase amounts to a hundred dollars you will get fifty dollars worth of china or glass FREE " It lasts ten days. FREE Cut Glass, Hand -Painted China and Pottery Your choice of any article in our CHINA department that has the value of half your purchase in thai department. FREE KOEPPENS' The Drug Store That Serves You Best. MENU Cut Glass, Jardinieres, Umbrella Stands, Vases, Cups and Saucers, Celery Trays, Spoon Boats, Tobacco Jars, Steins, Tankards, Creamers and Sugars, Berry Sets, Chocolate Sets, Candle Sticks, Etc. Seattle 3; Spokane 2. Spokane, May 10. Seaton, who re placed Rush In the box In the ninth, hit in the deciding score of a hard fought 11 inning game, Seattle win ning on better fielding and Jensen's costly passes. The score: Spokane 100 000 010 002 Seattle 000 001 001 013 New York, 2; Boston, 1. Boston, May 10. Inability to hit Raymond's pitching with men on bas es, cost the locals the game today. Score: R. H. E. New York 2 6 0 Boston 1 8 4 Batteries Raymond and Schlel; White and Bowerman. Philadelphia. 5; St. Louis, 1. St. Louis, May 10. Philadelphia took the first game of the series from St. Louis today. Waddell was un steady and he was effectively hit. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis 1 7 3 Philadelphia 5 9 0 Batteries Waddell and Stephens; Plank and Thomas. Chicago, 1 ; Washington, 0. Chicago. May 10. Chicago defeated Washington, the first of the eastern teams to appear here, in a hard fought game of 11 Innings. Score: R. H. E. Chicago 1 6 3 Washington 0 4 1 Batteries White and Sullivan; Johnson and Street. Brooklyn, 4; Philadelphia, 2. Brooklyn, May 10. Today's game was played In continuous rain. Brook lyn batter Covaleski out of the bax for the second time In the series and Bell registered his second victory. Score: R. H. E. Philadelphia 2 8 2 Brooklyn 4 9 3 Batteries Covaleski, Sparks and Dooln; Bell and Bergen. At tlie Grand Theater. Tonight marks the opening of the Pendleton minstrels at the Grand theater, and music, songs, dances, costumes, scenery and drills are all In readiness to give the public a genu ine surprise. The minstrels will give two shows a night on account of the length of the performance. Tonight the pictures and Illustrated song change, and Myrtle Bloomfleld ren ders an exceptionally pretty song. In connection with all this are the Mr rays, a first class team, that kept the house In roars of laughter last week. With every $5 purchase at the Vogue Millinery you will receive a nice $1 sailor free of charge. Don't fail to call and Inspect our beautiful line. Would Improve Art. Washington, D. C, May 11. The board of regents of the National Academy of Art, of which Mr. J. Plerpont Morgan Is a member ,is in session and will continue two days longer to fully organize a federation connection with all this are the Mur all other associations which are in terested In Improving material things and cultivating the public taste. Del egates interested In art education and kindred subjects from all parts of the country gathared In a convention are formulating the rules to govern the confederation and completing the plans of co-operation devised. Furnished housekeeping rooms, close in. 301 S. Main street. Phone Black E041. (J Known by Ills Friends. A forlorn-looking man was brought before a magistrate for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. When asked what he had to say for himself he gazed pensively at the Judge, smooth ed down a remnant of gray hair, and said: v "Your honor, 'Man's inhumanity to man makes countless thousands mourn." I'm not as debased as Swift, as profligate as Bryan, as dissipated as Poe, or as debauched as " 'That will do," thundered the mag istrate. "Thirty days! And, officer, take a list of those names and run cm In. They're as bad a lot as he Is." Savanah News. Sized Up. Yes," remarked the fat man on the r.ar platform, "I once refused to buy tho site of Chicago for four clam shells and a quart of rum," The tall passenger was silent. "I could have bought the original telephone patents for eleven Mexican dollars and a brass watch," continued the fat man, "but I turned 'em down." No response. "You are not Interested In my rem iniscences, friend?" 'I am not," answered the tall man, candidly. "I am selllnir alrshtD stock. You don't want any." Washington Herald. Tho First National Bank Pendleton, Oregon Report of Condition, April 28th, 1909. to the Comptroller of the Currency. CONDENSED Resources : Loans and Discounts 31,297,(68.87 Overdrafts 34.23J.87 U. S. Bond 250,000.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds 6, 000.10 Other bonds and warrants 24,025.45 Bank Building 10,000.00 CASH. Cash on hand $242,291.55 Due from banks 155.268.17 Redemption fund 7,000.00 3404,659.72 . 32,025,486.91 Liabilities: Capital stock 3 250,000.00 Surplus and undivided profits 130,422.11 Circulation 237,000.00 Deposits 1.408,064.80 32,025,486.91 I, G. M. RICE, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the within Statements are true to the best of my knowledge and belief, O. :. RICE, Cashier. Subscribed and swora to before me this 29th day of April, 1909. (SEAL) C. K. CRANSTON, Notary Public. !You Every Want Supplied Here, in Dishes ii Glassware D-.-11-. U M If .1 i . 1 lcy naviiana ror the June Brides. Glassware for the Fruit and Summer seasons.' Ironstone and Porcelain China for Harvesters. Kitchen Utensils for the cook. Also fresh fruits and vegetables to go with them. Phone Main 37. 'INGRAM'S. What time will the clock stop? Phone Main 37.