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DAILY EAST ORKttOXIAV, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909.
PAGE THREE, NORTHWEST NOTES EIGHT PAGES. Lit Gmnde fcfau l(oilcl. La Grande, Ore. The richest h:iul made by thugs in this city for three years wuf secured about 0 o'clock this afternoon, when John Mcllroy, a well known man of this valley wiih knocked down and robbed of $lr0 at the "Y" on the O. It. & N. track three blocks from the depot. After two hours search two suspeet.-t antwering the description given by Mollroy were arrcsteil. The man rob bed Is badly bruised up, as he wa kicked as well as beaten by the highwaymen. .Mlllon Man Sees BMW. Milton. While looking for his cat tle it) the mountains several miles above Milton, Amos Demarls, a pros perous rancher in this vicinity en countered a large black bear with two small cubs. The bear was of the type commonly seen In the mountains ui ound here and not being hungry dirt not molest Mr. Demarls. Mf. Demaris was somewhat frightened at first hav Ing no gun with him and while he was thinking what to do, the bear nuietly turned around and walked away, much to the relief of the gentleman. the public is deeply Interested In (That he has to say on topics at this time o1' particular Importance to this state. The Dalles Will Pave. The Dalle, Ore. The city council last night passed the paving ordi nance which hns been postponed from time to time. The ordinance provides for the paving of Second street with bltullthlc pavement from the east side of Taylor to the west side of Liberty street. The estimated cost to abut ting property-owners will be $41, 39s. 55, or not more than $2.03 per square yard. The ordinance provides for grading and specifies the charac ter of the work. The City Recorder Is authorized tr advertlei- Immediately for bids In order that the work may be complete! this Fall. 108,000 Get no Land. Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Judge Wit ten and his corps of assistants are putting In the day opening the 102, 000 applications for Coeur d'Alene lands, which remained after the 30M winners had been picked. These ap plications win be carefully examined to determine whether any successful applicant made more than one np. plication. If any such are found their ciiilms will be rejected, Tomorrow at Id o'clock the drawing of Flathead reservation begins and will probably consume three days. Miss Mary Donlan, daughter of Sen ator Donlnn of Missoula, Mont., wilt pick the winner of No. 1 In that res ervation, after which the drawing will proceed rapidly, as about 6'i00 names will be drawn and the officials seem anxious to complete It this week. Notice of claim numbers drawn have already been mailed to each sue nsi-fui applicant 0H'n Land in Harney, Burns, Ore. Notwithstanding heavy Immigration and settlement the past few yenrs, there are yet In Harney county over 3,000,000 acres of gov ernment land subject to entry. Includ ing timber, grazing, mineral and ag ricultural lands, a greater area than the entire state of New Jersey, and two thirds the area of the whole or Massachusetts. Cp t'i a short time ago, this vast do main was devoted entirely to stock raising. Immense herds of cattle, sheep and horses feeding over the Illi mitable ranges during the greater part of the year, while large quantities of hay have been cut for their winter use. This has been changed. The past few seasons have brought hundreds of Industrious settlers who are opening up farms and DISS ting with the most encouraging success In agriculture. Plnohol In Portland Soon. Portland. Gif ford Pinchot, chler forester, today informed ex-Senator F. W. Mulkey. president of the Ore gon Conservation association, that ho will be here August 20 to address tho meeting, for which plans btVS been laid for some time. Mr. Pinchot is now at Spokane, and from there will go to Seattle to speak. His address here will be along lines of conservation of the natural resources, and It will undoubtedly he listened to by one of the largest audi ences ever assembled here. Secretary A. 11. Wastell of the as sociation will begin to make all the necessary preparations for the meet ing at once, now that the date ha. been set anil effort will be made to gel the largest auditorium possible Nearly the entire time of the meetln will be set aside for Mr. Pinchot, as Paloiise Wheal Sold. Dayton, Wash. What Is said to be the largest sale of wheat made In southeastern Washington since har vest started was reported yesterday. Lewis Neace sold 10,000 bushels of bluestem and club wheat to the Pres- tnn-Parton Milling company of Watts- burg at X7 and K2 cents. The con tract calls for delivery in the ware house. Half of the lot was bluestem, so that air. .Neace received anoui S N500 for the crop. Mr Neace is the most successful farmer in this vicinity ind his action may Induce other far mers who are holding to see. There was a drop of 3 cents on wheat here yesterday. Wheat Is quo ted today at 85 and 80 cents; barley at $22 50. Farmer are frequently heard to remark now that if they could have foreseen the trend of the market three weeks ago when dealer." were offering 90 cents they would have Sold immediately. Women's Crockery Parade. Albany, Ore. Three dozen promi nent local women carrying pieces of ciockery down Second street, a locat business thoroughfare, was a unique scene in Albany last night. Mrs. M. C Stetter has been moving her gro cery and crockery store this week from the corner of Second and Ferry streets to the new Stetter building on Second street, near Ellsworth street, and as It Is a dlstnnce of less than two blocks It was not deemed fenslble to pack up the crockery for drayage. Mr. and Mrs. Setter had their assis tants start to carry the crockery from the old store to the new one, and hearing of the plan, a number of the members of the local lodges of the Ladles of the Maccabees and Degree of Honor, in both of which Mrs. Stet ter Is prominent, hastened to the store and assisted in the work. Tin- mov ing wns accomplished quickly, and made an evening of enjoyment In stead of arduous work. A lunch marked the conclusion of the work. This is the Time of the Ik Year for That Outing Outfit For "roughing it," for lounging, for evening wear, we can furnish you with anything you need for your va cation. Equip yourself well, you will enjoy the vacation more. The outfit we will sell you will be up-to-date not out of date. You can not use your old clothes while on this outing. You will need a "foppish" outfit If it is at the Springs, the Coast, that eastern trip or the Seattle Fair, you will meet many people whom you would like to make your friends. We can show you the best selected line of outing wearables in this city. Our salespeople will be courteous in offering you any suggestions you ask.. You can use some of our beautiful figured Lawns, now selling at 50 per cent, off and Muslin Underwear at 25 per cent off. r- --.'. .. if Parasols at ONE-HALF PRICE We have left from our last sale, a number of standard make cor- sets, large sizes in $ 1 .50 and $2 grades which we will close out for J V V See our ad vance ship ment of Fall Suits and Suitings Alexander's V The House ol Bargains Ladies Tan Oxfords and Children's Scuffers Just the thing for that trip 1 WiflliiBSiSirjgMfcr31lL. KtBlKrMKtulVStnSSitliBtaifmlttklltu.jSlthiil-ia-lM -" mil nl ilHi in iMl Kin airiii .Mfc ,gm. 1 'WsBWKWSBSBVSssmisWBSB' Senreil with b Hot Iron, or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knife bruised by slammed door Injured by gun or In any other way the thins needed at once Is Bucklen's Arnica Salve to subdue the Inflammation and kill the pain. It's earth's supreme healer. Infallible for bolls, ulcers, fever sores, eczeba and piles. 2fic at Tallman & Co.'s. Crops and markets are both Rood, and substantial Improvements are ro Iiir on In both the city and country, says the Brownsville Times. PAN TANS ISSUE AN OFFICIAL CIRCULAR Spokane, "Wash. Police Commis sioner John O'Brien has resigned from the Pan Tans because of public si ntiment against officials belonging to such an organization. The advisory board of the Feder ated Men's clubs has demanded that Governor Hay and Mayor Pratt bring about a thorough investigation of the Pan Tans. A communication authorized by the Pan Tans wherein they defend their organization without going into de tails has been Issued to the public and following the return of Governor Hay to oiympia comes the report that be win put the Pan Tan affair before the legislature and ask for an inves tigation and information as to the conduct of the three superior court judges implicated with the police justice in the Pan Tans. These are the developments of the day In the doings of the mysterious order, the revelation of whose secret workings to bring pressure to bear to secure appointive city and county positions for their "brothers," has siiaken the city. City Commissioner Tuerke revealed their doings after being ousted because of failure to boost Chester Edwards and D. D. Mc Phee to police captaincies. The feeling throughout the city Is that C. V. Tuerke spoke the truth in regard to the secret order. The Pan Tans' statement Issued to the public la signed by A C. Edwards, president, and C. A, Piatt, secretary. The state- "The order of Panta Pantols Is a secret and protective fraternity in the highest and best sense of these words. It is designed to be universal and pur poses to institute councils In all parts of the world. Its obligations and tachlngs are conducive to best citi zenship and upright manhood. We have been maliciously slandered and misrepresented by a Judas whose ex pulsion was voted unanimously by 50 members, not because he did not support McPhee or Edwards, but for the reason that he has been guilty of falsehood, treachery and deceit, and so violated his solemn oath and prov ed himself unworthy of membership. Our organization will be maintained and work carried on as In the past. We offer no apology for our existence and Governor Hay is cordially invited to investigate our order in such a manner as he deems proper, and we heartily tender our support to any ment In part follows: such investigation as he may see fit to make. "A. C. EDWARDS, Chairman, "C. A. PLATT, Secretary, "Council No. 1, Order of Panta Pantols." How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward' for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Core. P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, 0. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney fur the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions, and financially able to carry out ant obligation made br his firm. Waldlng, Klnnan Marvin, Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, 0. nail's Catarrh Cure la taken Internallr. acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials aent free. Price 75c per bottla. Sold by all druggists. Take Halls Family Pllla for constipation. Read the "Want" ads tossy. 1 i " , 14 Days More and We Must Vacate Within two weeks we must leave our present location. The entire stock Must Be Turned Into Cash. For Saturday and Monday, the following bargains to gether with others too numerous to mention Profits no object. HATS ANY $2.50 HAT $1.00 ANY $3.50 HAT $2.00 ANY 75c CAP 25 SOX PAIRS Me BLACK CASHMERE SOX $1.00 6 PAIR 35c FANCY SOX $1.00 3 PAIRS IBo BLACK SOX 250 3 PAIR 15c TAX SOX 25C UNDERWEAR W E WILL PUT ox ADVANCE SALE 50 DOZEN ALL wool, shirts AND DRAWERS, ALL SIZES, GREY, SALMON A XI) PIXK AT 75 EACH. WORTH $2.00 EACH. SHIRTS SI.00 BLACK SATEEN slum's jjq $1.25 BLACK SATEEN SHIRTS 75 $1.50 LINK OF GEO, P. IDES BEST GRADE PERCALES AT.. 750 $1.50 & $1.75 LEADER BRAND, soft BOSOM SHIRTS AT.. 750 GLOVES ALL $1.25, $1.50 AXD $1.75 GAUNTLETS 900 ALL $1.25 AND $1.50 WRIST GLOVES S50- 8 PAIR OF COTTON CANVAS GLOVES 250 ANY 50c OR 75c SUSPENDERS IX THE BOUSE 25 :: 78a SILK FOUR-IN-HANDS FOR $jl.00 2 25c SILK STRING TIES FOB 25 2 2.,c SHIELD BOWS FOR 250 35C MK) SHIELD TECS Ill s FOR ANY UMBRELLA IN THE HOUSE WORTH 93-00, $;!50 VXD i m f,,r $1.95 THE ENTERPRISE C. ODE WALD, Prop. Watch For Announcement of Our New Location 640 Main Street Opp. French Restaurant I. M ROSENTHAL Mgr.