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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OUKGOXIAX, PKXDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1009. PAGE SIVA ""Inniiiiftii nun lit 5 ?! Extra Special Values You Should Not Overlook 25c, 30c and 40c Summer Wash Goods, now 18 $1.00, 1.25 and $1.00 Long Silk Gloves, all colors G9? 35c to 75c Wash Collars, now 19J 35c and 60c Shade Hats, now . 25tf $10.00, $12.50 to $17.50 Diesses and Suits $6.48 $1.60, $1.75 and $2.00 Children's Oxfords 97 $2.50 and $2.75 Misses' Oxfords, black and tan 1.69 $2.00 and $2.50 White Canvas Oxfords 98 August Bargains All Over the House F. . Livengood & Co. Drawing Saturday Night VETS CELEBRATE BANQUET ON ANNIVERSARY OP THE FALL OF MANILA Malahon Camp of Hit' S;inl-h-American Wur Veterans Will Meet To night to Commemorate Eleventh Anniversary or Feature Event of War Old Scenes Hccnuctcd. RESULTS OF THE BIS o;i-l l.enguc Results. At Portland, nine Innings VernOD 0, Portland 4. At Oakland Sacramento, 7, Oakland 5. At I.os Angeles San Francisco 10, Los Angeles 2. Pacific Coast League. Won. Lat. P. C. San Francisco 88 4G .557 Los Angeles 75 5G .573 Portland 70 54 .585 Sacramento 69 09 .461 Oakland 54 8i .400 Verm.n 46 86 .349 ISalierles Coast Games. At Portland Vernon, Willett, Ho- gan; Portland, Carson, Armbruster. Second Game R. H. E. Boston 2 8 4 Cincinnati 8 9 1 Ratterles Ferguson and Shaw; Rowan and McLean, Roth. American League. At Boston R. H E. Cleveland 4 6 2 Boston 5 n 2 Batteries Young, Rolles and Easterly; Wood, Hall and Cardigan. At Philadelphia R. H E. St. Louis 4 6 2 Philadelphia 10 13 0 Retteries Bailey and Graham; Bender and Livingston, Lapp. At Now York H. H. E. Chicago 2 10 l New York 0 4 3 Batteries Scott and Owens; Qulnn and Kleinow. At Washington R. H. E. Detroit 6 5 l W isliington 1 6 4 Batteries Mullln and Schmidt; Johnson and Kahoe Rlankcnshlp. Tho eleventh anniversary of the fall of Manila will be celebrated by Mal abon camp of the Spanish-American war veterans with a banquet, this evening. The spread will be given in the Eagles-Woodman hull and will be attended by all the veterans of the Philippine campaign, who are In the city. It was on the thirteenth day of Au gust, eleven years ago, that the Am erican troops on land and water took possession of the metropolis of the Philippine islands, hauled dokn the Spanish flag and ran up the stars and stripes. The members of Malabon camp are principally veterans of the famous Second Oregon and It was the hecona uregon wnich assisted in re ceiving the Spanish arms. This ac cured at the government building within the walled city. It was also the color guard of the Second Oregon that ran up the first American flag that ever flew over the city. All the scenes are culled vividly to mind by the recurrence of the anni versary of that great day and the dif ferent scenes and events will all be lived over again ut this evening's ban quet. George Hartman, Jr., as com mander of the Malabon camp will act ad master of ceremonies this evening but the event will be largely Informal and every man will be expected to talk as the spirit prompts him. BRYAN MULE w DRAWS A BEER WAGON At Los Angelas San Francisco, Browning. Williams; Los Angeles, Na gle, Orendorff. At Oakland Sacramento, Ehrman, Graham; Oakland. Boise, La Longe. Nortlixwsiern I.cacuc Results. At Tncoma, nine Innings Portland 4, Tacoma 1. At Seattle Spokane 1, Seattle 4. ROY DIES IN OPERATION l PHYSICIAN T.EEs Northwestern League. Seattle Vancouver Won. Lost. P. C. . 72 41 .461 ..66 49 .574 ..59 61 .636 ..51 61 .455 ,.50 66 .431 ..45 76 .372 Batteries Norhwest Games. At Tacoma Portland Samuels, Murray; Tacoma, Baker, Pashwood. At Seattle Spokane, Kllliloy, Ost dlek; Seattle, Allen, Shea. EASTERN GAMES, National League. At Chicago First game: R. H. E. New York R 8 2 Chicago 2 5 2 Batteries Wlltse and Meyers; Schlel; Brown nnd Archer. Second game: R. H. E. New York 3 8 0 Chicago 0 4 0 Batteries Mathewson and Myers; Pfelster, Hlgglnbotham and Archer, Moran. At Pittsburg First game: R. H. E. Philadelphia 3 6 1 Pittsburg 13 17 0 Batteries Moren, Corrldon and Dooln, Martel; Willis. Maddox and Gibson. Second game: R. H. E. Philadelphia 5 10 2 Pittsburg 4 11 3 Batteries Corrldon and Dooln; Maddox and Gibson. Ten Innings. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Rnston 1 9 1 Cincinnati 2 4 2 Batteries White and Shaw; Gas per nnd McLean. Ten Innings. New York. The sudden and ex cited departure of Dr. Philip Sussman from the apartment of Sirs. Abraham Lasarowlts, In the Fast Side tenement before daylight today, was explained later by the doctor to Coroner Har burger as being occasioned by his fear that the woman and her family would attack him when they learned of the death of her 16-year-old son whom the doctor was attending. Dr. Suss man wag called to perform an opera lion on the boy's knee and to do so he said that he had admlnslstered chloroform. Before he was ready to operate, however, he discovered that the boy had died while under the In fluence of the chloroform. "I know how excited those families become on such an occasion," the doctor is reported to have told the Coroner, 'and I left the house, telling the mother that I was going for my Instruments. Had I remained there until they discovered that he was dead they and the neighbors would have mobbed me." When the doctor did not return to the house In a half-hour the mother discovered that her son was dead and called In the police. The Coroner will hold an Inquest. WOMAN ARRESTS MAX AND HIS BULLDOG Chicago. After seeing a bulldog bite 11-year-old Franz Nelson last evening, Mrs. Martha Murphy, who lives In a small cottage on the lake shore, pursued for five blocks and cap tured J. It. Meyers and the dog, which he had In lesh, nnd held both prison ers until a patrol, wagon arrived and look them to the police station. When the boy was examined by the ambulance physician several deep cuts were found on his face and his nose had been nearly severed by the dog's teeth. His wounds are serious and may prove fatal. Omaha. Democrats of Nebraska read 10 the press dispatches that at the National Christian Endeavor con vention at St. Paul William J. Bryan had signed a temperance pledge and enlisted in tho army fighting John Barleycorn. Right on the heels of I this came the announcement that the Bryan mule, Major Minnemascot, had been assigned to the menial job of hauling a beer delivery car In the streets of Goldfield, New, making house to house deliveries. Minnemascot came to Mr. Bryan and the Nebraska democracy during I tho last presidential campaign as a mascot. It had been exhibited at the Minnesota state fair, and the mana- j gers sent It to Bryan's home, where It was received with glad acclaim. j Alter the votes had been counted and the mule had been proved a hoo doo a democratic committee was ap pointed to rid the Fairview premises of It. It was sent to work on a farm but balked on the job and was ship- I ped back. Then It was forced on the J south, but not being accustomed to cotton fields, again balked, and a few days later was braying for ad mission to the gates of Fairview. Fi nally the democratic central commit tee hit upon a scheme for forever ridding Nebraska of poor Minne mascot It offered the mule to the precinct that could show the largest democratic gain. Goldfield won. For a time the animal was the fea ture of the mining town, but people tired of It and now it is hauling beer. 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 in 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. LOCALS STRIKERS ARK LOSING $00,000 EVERY BAT Read the "Want" ads today. Drink Gernilc.se Water MAKING Water Germless Served Our Fountain. Ry a convenient, chemicals Is the easy, simple method without boiling or the aid of Pendleton people's luck at last. Our WATER STONE or GERM PROOF FILTERS are absolutely guaranteed to remove every trace of TYPHOID GERM from the city water Insuring health without the least trouble nnd at small expense. Displayed In our Wlnflow. KOEPPEN'S The Drug Store That Serve You Beat. Free Demonstration to All. Pittsburg While no exact figures can be obtained showing the loss caused by the strike at the Pressed Steel Car company's works at McKees Rock, a general Injulry develops that a tremendous amount of money has gone out of circulation since the plant was tied up. Nearly 6000 men are Idle. Granting that each man made 1 a day, some Idea of the loss to merchants Is gained. The plant has a capacity of 100 cars a day. These cars sell for an average price of $1,- ikiii each. The figures show that the company is enduring a tremendous loss, while no product is being turn ed out. Railroads In need of cars are forc ed to wait until the strike has been ended and jijust shift to handle freight. Street car companies who want rolling stock must get along without It until the workmen are ready to resume their Jobs. The county must pay at least $1000 a day until the works can be operated with out the presence of deputy sheriffs. All figured, the loss caused by the strike will reach at least $60,000 a day. GEORGIA PASSES A NEAR BEER ,W Atlanta, Qa. After a spirited de bate of several hours' duration, tho senate last night eliminated the Alex ai ilc r near beer amendment from the general tax bill and passed a substi tute measure by a substantial major ity. The Alexander amendment, which has been the bone of contention ot the present legislature, imposed a tax of $1000 a year on wholesalers or near beer and $500 a year on retail ers. The substitute measure passed places the $1000 tax on wholesalers, but reduces the retail tax to $300 a year. It also carries with It an amendment forbidding the sale of beverage n towns of less than 2,')00 inhabita nts. Pastime pictures please all. Oak wood Oregon Lumber Yard. Rock Spring coal, Henry Koplttke. First-class oak wood at the Oregon Lumber Yard. Four carpenters wanted. Apply at once. Chas. Cole. See Henry Kopittke for Rock Springs coal. Phone Main 178. For sale Feed and chop mill, practically new. Inquire this office. Wanted To rent, modern furnish ed house, after Sept. 1st. C. L. Morgan. Automobile stage to Lehman springs. Inquire Pendleton Auto Co. If you want good dry wood, ring up Henry Kopittke, phone Main 178. More moving pictures shown than any other theatre In the city the Pastime. For rent Four room cottage, good location and condition. Inquire 100 E. Rluff street. We are receiving some choice oak wood. liuy now while the price is low. Oregon Lumber Yard. For sale Good 6 room house, north side, two blocks from brldire. Will sell at onceat a snap. Inquire this office. Will sell or lease hotel doing good business. Terms reasonable. Good reasons for selling. Address Mrs. F. Myers, Helix, Oregon. AUGUSTUS IIICINZE STUXG IN MIXING DEAL FOR $40,000 John Philip Sousa says that the Mormon Tabernacle choir, which n ines to the A-Y-P. August 26. Is the 'most wonderful body of trained male voices In the United States." With the exposition half over Sun day night, the attendance to late was 1,745.2.10. New York. Donald L. Persch, an ambitious young financier Is In the Tombs In default of $50,00 ball. In connection therewith Is a tale of tangled finance In which someone nipped F. A. Helnze, the one-time copper king, for $40,000. Persch Is specifically charged with the larceny of $4 0,000, the prof Its on the sale for $90,000 of 15,600 shares of Ohio Copper companv and 4 Sflrt shares by Davis Daly Copper common, which an agent for Helnzo placed with the Windsor Trust com pany as security for a loan of $50,- 000. In some manner not explained the -lock was not held by the bank but irai turned over to a clerk acting for Persch and at the later's office was thrown on the curb market and sold. After his arrest, Persch Intimated that men "higher up" were in the transaction, but refused to say any thing more on the advice of his counsel. GRAND THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week YEAKEL Russian Magician La Mont Bros. Singers, Dancers and Talkers All Good Ones All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c Usual Matinees. A rainbow trout nbout 14 Inches long in the fish exhibit In the gov ernment building at the exposition last week swalowed a seven Inch moun tain trout. It was 18 hour8 before the tall of the smaller fish disappear, ed. Although n little groggy the rainbow trout Is still alive. 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 10c. Evenings 10c and 15c Children Under 12 Free Every Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr.