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DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, AUAUST 4, 1909. BIGHT PAGES. Serve Delicious Vegetables CORN ox OOB OR WHOLE rOMATOFS ON CHRISTMAS DA A Pal op by yourself In economy JAR8 Remember this wonderful Jai keeps Vegetables, Moats, Fish Game, as well as Fruit, re taining the fresh natural fin vor of the fresh fooj. Put up these foods NOW, while they are cheap and serve when out of season, you will he delighted with thi results. Wo Sell and ReOOttmead ECONOMY JARS. Rubber Ring g"7 - . -B AlrttgH I I Heaps Pan-foctly jf U Htata Fish XffCJ Vegetables Frqits TRY A DOZEN TODAY Standard Grocery Co. Phone Main 96 Where Prices Are Reasonable 91 mm MRS. VAN ORSDALL RETURNED TO HIGH WOODCRAFT OFFICE She Is Reelected Grand Guardian of Women of Woodcraft for Fifth Consecutive Time Jurisdiction Comprises Nine Pacific Coast States Election in Portland. Mrs. C. C. Van Orsdall, formerly a resident of this city, where she Is well-known, has for the fifth con secutive time been elected grand guardian of the Pacific Jurisdiction of the Women of Woodcraft. This jur isdiction comprises nine states and the election took place at the recent meeting of the grand circle in Port land. Mrs. Van Orsdall has held this of fice since the establishment of the jurisdiction in 189", and no small part of the prosperity that the organ ization has enjoyed has been due to her capable management. John L. Wright who has held the office of grand clerk for the past 11 years, and the five grand managers were al so re-elected. These grand managers are Dr. Lillian Pollock of Colorado; Mrs Clara Z. Hllllx, of Colorado; Mrs. Florence Wehrly of California; Mrs. Cora O. Wilson of California, and Mrs. Annie P. Hawkins of Oregon. Other officers elected were the fol lowing: Past grand guardian, Fiona Bishop of Montana: grand adviser, Evangeline Heartz, of Colorado; grand banker. Bertha M- Sumner of California; grand magician, Louisa Menefee: grand attendant, Elizabeth Graham of Wyoming; grand Inner sentinel, Union Kllborn of Washing ton; grand outer sentinel, Hattle L. Jones of Washington, Following the election of officers the session adjourned to welcome the party of head officers of the Wood men of the World, who visited the auxilliary lodge. A brief address was made by Head Consul I. I. Boak, of Denver, Colorado. Other members of the party were: Head Managers Dr. James Stenhouse of Denver; Frank P Hawkes of Pueblo, Colo.; Thomas M. Robinson of Oakland, Cai.; John Pattison of Spokane. J. K. Buchanan of Garfield, Wash ington, Is caring for business Inter ests in Pendleton. STOLEN! Procrastination Is the thief of eyesight, but a thief that cannot account for his misdoing. TWO WAYS Of getting glasses one Is to let some slick tongued fakir who peddles through the country come Into your town and sell you a pair, and run the risk of ruining your sight. This Is easily done, for h knows how to fit a glass that makes you see splendidly today but to morrow you find that you cannot stand to wear them at all. Then you turn to your peddler he Is gone. Don't let this be your experience. We are here to stay, and If you don't need gllMM we will tell you so. Wm. E. Hanscom Jeweler SUCCESSOR TOWISSLOW BEOS. O. M. Heacack, Optician. TAFT WILL SPEND ONE DAY IX PORTLAND Washington, Aug. 4. Yielding to appeals from a delegation of Califor nia congressmen. President Taft to day promised to curtail his visit to Portland In order to stop at Oakland and Berkeley after his stop In San Francisco. When the California del egation learned that the President in tended spending two days n Portland and only a half day in San Francisco, and contemplated no stops In Oakland or Berkeley, they decided to enter a protest, and after their conference with the President, announced that he had acquiesced In their wishes. The President had originally plann ed arriving In Portland early Satur day morning, October 2. and leaving for California at 7 p. m., Sunday, Oc tober 3. According to the California congressmen who saw him today, he has changed his plan and will now leave Portland Sunday morning, Oc tober 3. at 6 o'clock. says WIRELESS OPERATOR 1IEHO STORY, is JOKE San Francisco. Aug. 4. Stories of the heroism of Jack Binns the wireless operator who stuck to his key after the colission of the Florida and Re public, is all buncomb, according to R. P. Schwerin. vice president of the Pacific Mail Steamship company. He said: "It requires the ship's motors to operate the wireless, and the ship's engines operate the motors, and the ship's steam operates the engines. He couldn't run wireless with storage batteries. The only good of a wire less Is to summon ships. We couldn't have saved the Columbia on this coast which sank in eight minutes." He said the Pacific Mail will not Install wire less until It is more perfected. FIND TRUNKS OF SUPPOSED KIDNAPERS St. Louis, Aug. 4. The Chicago police today found three trunks ex pressed to "Bernadotte Louis" from St. Louis, which are unclaimed They correspond to the description of the trunks sent from St. Louis by persons alleged to have taken the children from their home. As soon as the St. Louis detectives arrive the trunks will be opened. There is a possibility that they may contain the children's bodies though no odor is noticeable. St. Louis, Aug. 4. Turrissi is al leged to have been seen with the chil dren since they were gone. Several suspects are held. So far the police haven't any clue to the whereab juts of the children. FINDS MANGLED BODY OF MAX UNDER SOUSE Oakland. Aug. 4. The mangled body of a man was tound under a house at Livermore, this county, ac cording to a message received this morning. It appears to be hacked to pieces with an ax, and has probably been dead for several days. The sheriff li investigating. Later Oakland, Aug. 4. Manuel Gariea aged 37, a rancher of Oenter vllle was murdered a few days ago by an unknown fiend, and the body found today is evidently the victim of a robbery. The body Is torn by a bul let and the head crushed with an axe. He Is known to have carried money. His assailant Is unknown. AGED MILLIONAIRE FUGITIVE SURRENDERS San Rafael, Cala., Aug. 4 After being declared a fugitive by District Attorney Boyd of Marin county, Wm. Bradbury, an aged millionaire, was sentenced to serve a year in the peni tetntiary for perjury, surrendered to the sheriff here late today. He has been ganted a reprieve of a month by the governor, but the district attor ney has decided Bradbury should be still in the sheriff's custody. The millionaire declared he had not at tempted to elude the sheriff. PERSONAL MENTION G. Andrus of Dale, is the guest of Pendleton friends. J. H. Wilson of Walla Walla, is a Pendleton business visitor. T. H. Dlx of Walla Walla, Is tran sacting business In Pendleton. John B. Gngnon of Athena, Is a Pendleton ouslness visitor today. J. D. Casey of Hilgard, is transact ing business in Pendleton today. Robert W Prescott of Eugene, is registered at the Hotel Bowman. A. 11. Sundcrman was a westbound passenger on the morning train. ttf V. Keeler, principal of the BohO schools, Is a Pendleton visitor today. E. C. Sanderson of Eugene, U spending a few days in Pendleton. Hurry E. Bartholomew came up from his home at Echo last evening. Jack McPhall, the Adams rancher, 11 in the city today on a trading trip. William Slusher left this morning for a visit to the sheep ranch at No lln. J. W. Maloney was In the city yes terday from his ranch In Red Hawk canyon. Miss McReynolds of Walla Walla, was the guest of Pendleton friends over night. Henry- Latourelle, of the Hotel St. George, has gone to Seattle to visit the A-Y-P. J. D. Matheson. trainmaster for the O. R. & N. Is over from La Grande today In an official capacity. A. A. McDanlel left yesterday for Meacham to join the members of his family now encamped there. S. A. Alloway, formerly of this city but who Is now located at Boise, has bten in the city upon a short visit. Mrs. Mary Johnson has returned from Wenaha springs, where she had bten for an outing of several days. Mrs. James McLoughlln and son of Echo, have returned home after a brief visit with friends In this city. Mrs. C, E. Baker of Hermiston, re turned home this morning after a brief shopping expedition to the coun ty seat. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Earl have re turned from a two weeks visit In Se attle and other places of western Washington. Col. H. G. Newport of Hermiston, came up from that place last evening and has been spending the day here OR business. Mrs. Don C. Brownell and Mrs. E. E. Littler of Hermiston, returned home this morning, after a brief visit in Pendleton. Jack O'Neill, traveling passenger agent for the O. R. & N., is a Pen dleton visit ir today in the Interest of his department. J. B. Potter, of the high school fac ulty, arrived this forenoon from Se attle where he has been during most of the summer. M. C. Norman of Echo, Is a Pen dleUm business visitor today, having come up from the west end of the county last evening. V. G. Shorey, the sheep buyer from Montana, left this noon for Spokane, having returned on the morning train from Wallowa county. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Jones left this morning for Tillamook where they will be the guest of a daughter, Mrs. W. J. Stlllwell, for a few weeks. C. E. Baker, editor of the Hermis ton Herald, came up from the west end of the county last evening and Is transacting business here today. Victor Hunziker is over from Wal la Walla on business connected with the estate of his deceased brother, the late Louis Hunziker of this city. Miss Gwendolyn Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Weaver, left this morning for Barnhart for a few days' visit with the family of Dr. A. E. Shaw. . W. R. Wolgamot, general foreman of the Western Union Telegraph company's lines, passed through Pen dleton yesterday on a general tour of inspection. Mrs. Ed Thompson has gone to Ta coma, where she will be the guest of relatives for a few weeks. While on the Sound she will also visit the Seattle fair. CI. M. Rice, cashier of the First National bank, left this morning by automobile for Lehman springs, where he will spend a brief outing with his family. Miss Viva D. Warren, one of the teachers In the local schools, who has been spending the summer at her home In Weston, Is the guest of Pen dleton friends for a few days. .Mrs. B Baunt and Miss Sadie Bauni have returned from Wallowa lake, where they spent a most enjoyable outing. ThJy arc loud In their praises of Wallowa as a summer resort. caught and subjected to unmention able Indignities. The dispatch adds that Pueblo Nu cvo, n fashionable watering placu near Valencia, has been entirely de stroyed and a number of leading In habitants shot. Reports from Catelonla say the ad vanced political parties have condem ned King Alfonso and Premier .Maura t" death. DRUGGIST ACCIDENTALLY SHOT IX LONELY CAVE Grants Pass, Ore. The county cor oner and party returned today from the Josephine Caves, where Frank A. Ellis, a young druggist of this city yesterday accidentally shot himself. Ellis and a party were climbing up one of the Inner chambers of the caves. Ellis, who had a revolver, slipped, the revolver went off. and tho bullet entered his left eye, killing him instantly. Ellis had been married only two months. His wife was with him and sjayed with the body four hours In the caves alone, the rest of the party deserting her. After help came she walked out three miles. Ellis was 21 yars old. After this vacation he bad planned to open a drugstore at Dallas, Ore. his old bone. His father Is a prominent mer chant of that place. Ellis was a member of the Redmen, being sachem of the local tribe. The body will be brought In this evening. Josephine Caves are about 30 miles from Grants Pass, and are a favor ite resort for campers. On account of poor telephone facilities ltis Im possible to hear from the caves. The Dalles, Ore. Frank Ellis, the young druggist of Grants Pass, who was shot yesterday, was the old est son of Mr. and Mrs. M. I). Ellis, of this city, and was born In Dallas 21 years ago. His father owns a large drug store at Grants Pass, which his son was running. PIGEON FLIES 1000 HTLES IX SIX DAYS Chicago. Senorlta. a homing pig eon, owned by Robert Krueger, of Blue Island, has arrived at the loft of Its owner after a flight of 1255 miles, from Los Vegas, N. M., In six days and two hours. The bird was one of 25 released Sat urday, July 24. All the birds were the property of Chicago fanciers, and the race was under the charge of thn Lakeviow Flying club. The flyers got iff to a good start under favorable conditions. The former record for the distance was ten days, and was held Jointly by the lofts of W. F. Belzer and Morton Bros. The flight of Brueger's bird is considered remarkable by local au thorities In view of the fact that Just prior to the shipment to Las Vegas It had completed one of the hardest 600 mile races held to this city. Read the "Want" ads today LET US SUPPLY YOU FOR. YOUR "TRIP" We have cool summer wear in endless variety, Trunks, Suit Cases, Hand Bags, Telescopes, straw Hats, Dusters, in fact any article needed for a trip to the mountains or sea shore. The largest line as well as right prices BOSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save GIRL TAKES HALTXiON RIDE FOR A JOKE St. Louis, Mo Morris A. Hein mann almost went up In a balloon Sunday. Instead of actually flying, he stood on terra flrma and watched Miss Julia Hoerner, whom he wns to take for a sail In the clouds, and the pilot, John Berry, soaring above him, as he shouted for them to wait. Just as the balloon was ready, Miss Hoerner had a bystander call Hein mann to the telephone. Helnmann had Just discovered the Joke and started to return to the ballon when he heard a shout and saw the big balloon slowly sailing over his head, Miss Hoerner waving at him, while Berry dumped out ballast to make sure of getting away. The balloon landed at Barnhart, Mo., 29 miles from the starting point at 3 o'clock. The bag dropped In a clover field, making a safe and easy landing. Having plenty of gas and ballast left, Miss Hoerner tied the drag ropo to a tree and made severul ascensions in the captive balloon with several natives, who, drawn by cur iosity, came to where the balloon was anchored. Incidentally, the runaways took Helnmann's coat with them, and In It was all his money. He walked home. Miss Hoerner said she could not resist the temptation to steal the balloon. Notice to Members of Farmers Union. All members of the Farmers Union are requested to meet at Eagles hall Saturday afternoon nt 2 o'clock. Bus iness of Importance. J. T. LIEUALLEN. Pres. TALLMAN'S MT. HOOD PEROXIDE GHEASLESK CREAM An excellent skin food and complexion beautlfler. Effectu ally removes all blackheads and blemishes, leaving the skin soft, smooth and velvety. Pre vents chapping and roughness. Will not stain the most delicate colors. For sale by, Talhnan & C o. Leading Druggist -. Eleventh Semi-Annual Payment of Interest The regular semi-annual installment of Interest on deposits In the Savings Department of this bank will be due and credited on August first. Same will be ready for payment on or after that date. In terest not withdrawn will be added to principal. Call and let us explain our Savings Department. American National Bank UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY. SPANISH KING AND PREMIER MARKED FOR DEA'I Irrigation ditches have been out of j a job lately. SAVED ! Many a fine garment that has be come soiled or stained and the owner hag been ready to cast aside, has been saved by our modern methods of cleaning and dyeing. We can do the same for you bring In your soiled svlt or dress and we'll make It look like new. Pendleton Dye Worts Phone Main lie. Par' The Marquis del Munt, Spanish .Ambassador to France, yes terday declared he had most reassur ing news from Oatalona anil Melllla. He Insisted that but 200 had been killed and that but 500 were wounded during the fight in Morocco. The Matin's correspondent, who has visited, FugurcH, Gerona, Ijihlshal, Pa la frugal), Palmoa and other points In Spain, but who did not reach Bar celona. says the temper of the people ll bitter and that If the revolt Is sup pressed it ei'slly will be rekindled. In the small towns, he says, the In h;!hltnntK have formed bands which are guarding the roads arirt the rail road tracks In order to prevent the dispatch of reinforcements to Barce lona, At Palmos he saw the ruins of the monestary of the Marists. He said women sacked the place while the men pursued the monks, two of whom were Fire! Fire! THE BIG SALE IS NOW ON If you want anything in the furniture line. This is your opportunity to save money Every article in our big store which was damaged by fire is now on sale at prices that will surprise you. Furniture, Iron Beds, Rugs, Mat tresses, Carpets, in tact everything m our store goes at prices never before heard of. We are too busy to quote prices at this time Come Early and Avoid the Rush PENDLETON FURNITURE CO. Next to St. George Hotel. W. R. GRAHAM, Mgr. House Furnishing Bargains.