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'A .::.:;':r..:.V;;;r:::;!;....s:r(C::-; 1 EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OKBOON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1909. PAGE THREE. - NORTHWEST Champion Woman I'ltdicr. Kpokunc. Mrs. C. E. Clements has proved herself the champion fisher woman of tho season amotiff the nn glers of Wallace. At Lako Medlmont, near Harrison, Idaho, sho pulled in 22 black bass, none of which weighed i less than three pounds, tho whole catch totaling 76 pounds. Twice Mrs. Clements became so excited while trying to land a big one that she fell Into tho lake. . I I WW WOMM Exclusive Agents For the Walk-over and Florsheim Shoes for Men Farmer Die Suddenly. Corvallls, Ore. The body of Frank Pierce, a retired farmer, who has been serving as watchmun at the Oc cidental mill, was found floating In the Willamette river this afternoon. The drowning Is surrounded with considerable mystery, as Pierce was seen on the streets of Corvallls this morning und In seemingly good health. He owned a small farm -up the river, and It Is suspected that he was taken with heart failure while crossing the stream. NEVER Cft Frat Blucher Oxford Town Without a Lawyer. Garfield. Wash. Garfield, a pro gressive town of 1500 people located In the heart of the richest farming district In the world, Is badly In need of an attorney. Garfield had two at torneys until recently, when Mr. J. W. Roudebush was called to Soldier, Idaho where he has homestead land that must be looked after, and Mr. Charles Chamberelain at tho lust election was elected prosecuting at torney of Whitman county and was obliged to move to Colfax to reside. Tills leaves the town without a law yer, and tho first one that gets hero to make a permanent residence will get the business of the city and sur rounding country. O. A. C. Oulrt to A.-Y.-I. Corvallls, Ore. Tho O.' A. C. cadet regiment, headed by Captain McAlex ander and his staff of cadet officers, Friday afternoon departed for Seattle to encamp for a week at the exposi tion grounds. The regiment will travel to Seattle In a special train of sleeping cars. The men will sleep In tents on the grounds and will drill, march and mount guard In truo mar tial fashion. Captain Beard and his cadet band of 40 pieces will render dally band concerts. Cadet Colonel Hodgcrs, Lieutenant Colonel Clark, Cadet Major Cox, Cadet Major Cross, Cadet Major Mlchelbrook and Cadet Major Hall are the officers In charge of the regiment and battalions. On their return next week tho regiment by special request of the rose carnival committee will stop at Portland and parade next Thursday Benton coun ty day. Poret Fire In Valley. Forest Grove, Ore. Word was re ceived here this morning that foresi fires are raging In the timber neigh borhood In the northwest part of Washingtoa county. The fire Is burn ing In section 32, 3 north, 5 west, and has started In section 33. The terri tory over which the flames have been sweeping has been once burned over. At 3 o'clock the fire was still burning fiercely and owners of the tract, liv ing in Portland, had been notified. Steps have been taken to call assist ance for fighting the fire In case It should spread. The green timber In that section Is among the best In the west, and If it became the prey of the raging flames millions of feet of standing timber will be destroyed. Fire Warden Sidwell Is In charge of fighting tho flames. "Sorosis and "Edwin C. Burt" Shoes They're Classy, Why? Because they are standard makes, shoes with a reputation. We get new shipments every few days with something different. Beginning Monday, June 7, we will run an Early Summer Clearance Sale for three days on Children's, Misses and Ladies' Oxfords at the following special prices : Early Summer Clearance Price on $4.00 Oxfords $3.15 Early Summer Clearance Price on $3.50 Oxfords $2-95 Early Summer Clearance Price on $3.00 Oxfords $2.15 Early Summer Clearance Price on $2.50 Oxfords $1.85 Children's ,Misses Oxfords reduced these3 days, 1-3 off. Gilt Edge Shoe Polish for Early Summer Clearance Sale, 25c value at 19c Shinola, 1 0c grades, special 6c The largest line of Men's Oxfords to choose from in Tans, Oxblood, Blacks and Patent Leathers. Ranging in price from $3.50 to $6.00 A large line of Work Shoes cut as low as $2.50 and $3.00 It Pays to buy the best. The name Florsheim is your assurance of shoe value. Drops Through Skylight. Hood River, Ore. The Bon Ton barber ehap was the scene of uproar and confusion yesterday afternoon when the janltress of the building In which It Is located crashed through a skylight, showering glass on the occu pants of two bath rooms and hanging suspended In mld-alr. A ladder was quickly procured and the Injured woman lowered to the floor, where she became hysterical. A local prac titioner of hypnotism succeeded In getting her tinder magnetic Influence until a doctor arrived. When the crash camo the bathers were so startled that they rushed from the bath rooms devoid of clothing. One of them was slightly cut by the fall ing glass. The Jnnltress was washing windows In nn air well on the floor above and stepped on the skylight. When the glass broke Bho droppod through until she caught under the arm pits. Sorosis and Walk-Over Shoe Store. Made over special "Natural Shape" lasts Florsheim Oxfords are most comfortable. Most styles 55.00 Many beaouuftifl New Styles just received for your inspection. II ii i Auilior to Fly. Rome. Active work has com menced on the rebuilding of the Wright aeroplane, which fell while it was being sailed by Lieutenant Calderara. It will be ready for use by July 1, and Gebrlel l'Annumlo. who Is writing an ode to aeronauts, will accompany the lieutenant on his next voyage through the air. Eat It Collector (angrily) You know very well, sir, that this bill has been running several years now, I put It up to you, what do you want me to do with It? Debtor By Georgel I'd enter It In the next Marathon race If I were you Puck. Honors for ratten. Chicago. James A. Patten, of wheat corner fame, may be honored by 3ihi fellow townsmen of Evanston In a novel way. Main street, the principal thoroughfare of the exclu sive suburb, will be changed to Pat ten street If the friends of the finan cier have their way. Patten was for merly mayor of Evanston. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury, as merenry will surely destroy the sens of smelt and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mu cous surfaces. Such articles should never he uiied except on prescriptions from repu table phwtldlans, aa the damage tney win do la ten fold to the good you ran possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney Co., To ledo, Ohio., contains no mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting directly npon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. In bnylng Halls' Catarrh Cure be snre yon get the frontline . It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Co, Testimonials free. Sold by drofnrtsts. Trice TBe per bottle. Take Hall's Family rills for constipa tion. Read the "Want" ads today. Made the. TVli Jolly. Here Is a Blllvllle editor's descrip tion of a railroad wreck: "The derailment was serious, four cars falling from a bridge that Is probably 40 or B0 feet high. One of the cars falling Into the creek was loaded with beer, the other three holding merchandise. All four cars were demolished. It Is said that so much beer was spilled Into the creek that all of the fish and frogs became exceedingly Jolly." Selected. Trouble Makers Ousted. When a sufferer from stomach trouble takes Dr. King's New Life Pills he's mighty glad to see his dys pepsia and indigestion fly, but more he's tickled over his new, fine ap petite, strong nerves, healthy vigor, all because stomach, liver and kid neys now work right. YBc at Tallman & Co. and the Pendleton Drug Co. "Tho first day out was perfectly lovety,"' said the young lady just back from abroad. "The water was as smoorh as glass, and It was simply gorgeous. But the second day was rough and er decidedly disgor geous." Everybody's. Sawdust. We can supply you In any quan tity cheap. ' OREGON LUMBER YARD. Gasoline 25 cents per gallon at the Pendleton Auto Co. The Most Beautiful Homes Built They are pret tier, more sub stantial a ad far more com porta ble in either hot or cold weather. Se my many beautiful de signs in con crete blocks before you build your home. Contractor and Builder Being I I ii V - '.t . . XT i- - :--,-. 'Ml I . f .A ':', -ITT feii l s Concrete stands unsurpassed for Basemeats, 1 Foaadatlona, Walls, Fence and Curbing. It looks batter and lasts longer than stona. I will furnish f you estimates for any class of work on application. D. M. WHY aJa I BUY A CHAMPION gasrange! 1 1 COURT ST. AND GET A COAL AND WOOD RANGE FREE AT FII0IIE Mill 21 U J . L A 1 K E &.. 2liS3T n ! 1 H 1 i if ' St