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DAILY EAST OREUONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1lt0. PAGE FIVK SENSATIONAL SALE OF GUARANTEED SILK PETTICOATS Spot cash jind buying in, large quantities enabled us to pur chase 200 high grade silk Petticoats, nicely made very full and worth nearly double the price we will ask for two days only ITli Iffc AY A1MH A Tl IR H A Y The entire lot wil1 be pIaced on r Iv,lI" I Orl J Jlr 1 ourcountersatone price, your choice Black and all colors, as many as you want, no limit, no phone orders filled, first come, first served $3.98 ALL DAY FRIDAY AND ALL DAY SATURDAY F. E. LliZENGOOD St CO. See 2 WintW In and About Pendleton Dalrymple has been assigned to I OCA branch. N Oounell Meeting, t (iwIhk to the absence of a quorum there was no regular meeting of the city council last evening. Daughter i Horn. A nine pound girl was born to the wife of James Kramer, of Alkali can yon, last evening. Mrs. Kramer and child are at tne homo of friends In Riverside. Hunter Returns. Jack Huston has returned from a successful hunting trip Into Coos county. He had a very enjoyable outing and succeeded la killing two f.ne bucks. Grouse Hunters Return. Looking more like a couple or i .1, ...i 1 1 1, . t ti .1 .1 mnn nVimit 1 town," Attorney Dan P. Smythe and I.. 1). Drake returned this morning from the Smythe sheep camp on Block mountains, where they have been shooting grouse for a few days. They brought back u pair of good appetites, likewise two fine coats of tan. two healthy looking beards ana large quantities of dust. The amount of bird meat was not evident though they report having been successfu. tn an extent. AT PUBLIC LIBRARY pmei at I i n.-. Meeting Tonight, A meeting of Pendleton Lodge No. 28X. tt P. O. B . will bo held this eve ning, Several applications for mem- s .,,. time ago the news stories con- Bllii Has only Moustache. in the Ban Francisco Examiner of August 23, appeared a picture of the congressional party then In the city enroute for Hawaii and one group Include! Congressman w. it. Ellis. Hut It Is not the Judge Ellis who left this city last fall prior to the opening of congress. The picture shows the Udgn minus his beard, his face being adorned solely with a moustache. bership ure tn be balloted upon and other business will come before the meeting. Tennessee Coming Sunday. A special train carrying 127 resi dents of Tennessee will pass through Pendleton Sunday on their return from a visit to the fair and the coast generally. The special train consists of 12 coaohss, Hack from Meadow Creek. Bd Jay and Will Dnkes have Just returned from a hinting and fishing trip to Meadow creek. They succeed ed in catching many fish and also did some grOtlse bunting. They made the trip In Jay's auto. tallied information that Congressman Kiiis had shaved the sides of bis not Laving only a "chin beard." Hut the picture in the Frisco pwer shows that In has since done away with his heard entirely. received at the free public library to- day a in! though Miss Baterson, the librarian Is in Seattle, the assistant librarian. Miss McKee, Is busily en gaged In getting them ready for gen eral use. .She said this afternoon that she thought the new fiction would be ready for distribution by Saturday. The shipment coirsists of all man ner of reading from the lightest fic tion to treatises on dry farmlnR, the growing if alfalfa and the different schools of art and architecture. The greater number are fiction. This list Includes many of the latest hooks and also some of the standard older worKS which were missing, trom tne local shelves. The books received today will prac tjcally f;ll every available shelf In the library and more room must be pro vide,! before others are received. RESULTS OF THE 816 ' GAMES YESTERDAY Worth western League Results. At Portland, 9 innings Tacoma 0, Portland 7. At Vancouver s lame postponed on account of rain. Northwestern league. Won. Loet. P. C. Seattle 81 46 .643 Spoknns 74 53 .583 Aberdeen 65 69 .624. Portland 60 66 .476 Vancouver 53 76 .411 Tacoma 50 84 .376 ( DI NT ZEPPELIN Is UP IN THE All! Dr. Ford Return Today. A card received from Dr. T. R. Ford who has been in Portland during the past few days, states that he u well and that he will return on this eve ning's train so as to conduct his regu lar prayer meeting tonight. Dim Is-Davidson, John W, Davis and Miss ErmM Dnvidson. both residents of the east end of the county, were married In the parlors of the Golden Rule hotel this morning about 10:30. The cere mony was performed by Circuit Judge Hi J. Rean In the presence of n very few friends. .fudge Ay res Is Dying. Judge T. W. Ayers, prominent resi dent of Morrow county, and father of T. W. Ayres of this city. Is lying at ilenth's door here today. He has been here for severnl weeks taking treatment and last night his condi tion became much worse. Hope for his recovery has been abandoned. His wife Is now here from Heppner at tending ,hlm. Eriederlchafcn, Aug. 26. Count Zeppelin Is bis newest dirgiblc "Zep pelin three" leaves here this evening with a party of friends for Berlin, lb cxpicts to cover the distance of 401 miles by Saturday. He will. prob ably be welcomed by the Emperor and Empress, Anaconda Races Over. Anaconda, Mont., Aug. 25. The race meeting at Anaconda came to an end today. The majority of the horses will be shipped to Vancouver and Utah for the meetings there The raping at Anaconda has been on for 14 days. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOR l IK CONCESSIONS Orplicuin Theater. Mr and Mrs. Frank K. Wallace, Jr., In the German comedy playlet, "A Night in Old Heidelberg," by Mr. Howard Hall. "Suspected Howl." "Dressed for the Occasion,' Tenor. "Life at a South African Gold Mine" "Filial Devotion." Song "Your Picture Says Remem ber, Hut Your better Says Forget." by Another Railroad Change. Conductor Wall, who has been on the Heppner branch of the O. R. & N., for a number of years, has re signed that run and nccepted ono on one of the new trnins. His division will be from Pendleton to Portland. He has moved his family to Port land and will make the metropolis his permanent fymc. conductor An- Stanford Mli Celebrate. Seattle, Aug. 26. Stanford Uni versity day was celebrated at the ex position today by hundreds of grad uates of the famous California insti tution. A Maryland day program was also carried out. The oyster season was opened to day at the Quelle, a shipment of fresh eastern oysters In the shell, Olympla oysters and crawfish hnvlng Just been received. For rent Furnished house at 212 East Hluff street. Inquire at 20 Hluff street. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the executive com n, iiteo of the board of directors of the third Eastern Oregon District Agri cultural society until September 10, 1 9f9, at It 6'clooft a. m., for the fol lowing exclusive privileges inside the pavilion at the fair to be held at Pen dleton, Oregon, during the week com mencing September 27. and ending October 2. 1909: 1. Restaurant and lunch counter. 2. Candv and Ice cream and lea cream cones. 3. Soft drinks (near beer not al lowed). 4. Peanuts, popcorn and chewing gum, 5. Country store. Separate bids to be submitted for ICh privilege and tn state flat rate for privilege bid upon. The commlttc- reserves the right to relect anv and all bids. All bids should be sealed and addresed to Thos. Fltz Gerald, secretary, Pendle ton, Oregon. Dated this 25th day of August, 1909. THOS FIT GERALD, Secretary Coast Eongoe Results. At Los Angeles. 9 innings Portland 4, Los Angeles 1. t San Francisco Vernon 1, San Francisco 2. At Sacramento Oakland 2. Sacramento 8. Pacific Coast iA'ujruc. Won. Lost. San Francisco 95 Los Angeles 86 Portland 77 Sacramento 68 Oakland 57 Vernon 48 52 60 59 72 91 95 P. C. .647 .586 .566 .385 .33t mom stars. His brilliant playing and kindly disposition made friends ror his team as well as for himself. Twen ty years ago he was a promising youngster on the Kansas City team, where his ability was so pronounced a;; to indicate that. he would one day become the greatest of all shortstops. He was a member of the Boston Na tionals under Frank Selee, the club which captured five national cham pionships in the following years, 1891, 1S92, J893, 1897 and 1898. In 1902 he led the shortstops of America with a fielding average of .947 in 108 games. Always a good batsman, he had an average of .327 In 106 games in 1 897. Several years ago Long re signed from the Boston Nationals to manage a minor league team. It is a coincidence that Selee, the famous manager, whose career was closely as sociated with that of Long, died re cently in Colorado of consumption. LOCALS WOULD OPEN SUNDAY GAMES WITH PRAYER civil service Examination. An examination for clerk and car rier will be held at the postofflce In this city on September 16, 1909. Age limits, 18 to 45 years, on the date of the examination. Married women will not be admit ted to the examination. Unmarried women will be admitted to the ex amination, but are eligible for ap pointment only as clerk. Applicants must be physically sound, nnd male applicants must not be less than R feet 4 inches In height without boots or shoes, and weigh not less than 12R pounds without over. coat or lint. For application blanks and for full Information relative to the examina tion, qualifications, duties, salaries, Vacations, promotions, etc, address Immediately CLYDE E. FINCH, Secretary, Hoard of Civil Service Ex aminers, Postofflce, Pendleton, Oregon. Drink Germless Water MAKING Water Germless ServcJ at Our fountain. By a convenient, easy, simple method without boiling or the aid of chemicals Is the Pendleton people's luck at last. Our WATER STONE or GERM PROOF FILTER8 are absolutely guaranteed to remove every trace of TYPHOID GERM from the city water Insuring health without the least trouble and at small expense. Displayed In our Window. KOEPPEN'S The Drug Store That Serves You Best. Free Demonstration to All. SPANISH FORCES SUFFER HEAVILY FROM DISEASE London, Aug. 26. According to pri vate advices received here today from Melilla there has been a large loss of life among Spanish troops from dis ease, and It Is estimated that out of an army of 38,000 men under Gen eral Marina's command, barely three fourths are now alive. Since the re ; cent reverses the troops have hugged the, fortifications. The buildings are not sanitary. It is estimated that the number of dead will reach nine thousand. EASTERN RESULTS. National League. At Philadelphia-- R. H. E Chicago 2 7 4 Philadelphia 4 6 2 Batterics-Brown and Archer; Sparks and Dooln. At New York' R. H. E. Pittsburg 2 5 0 New York 3 8 2 Batteries Maddox, Phillippl and Gibson: Matthewson and Meyers. At Boston R. H. E. St. Louis , 8 11 2 Boston . .". 9 14 2 Batteries Sallee, Raleigh, Bach man and Bresnahan; Richie, Moore and Graham. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Cincinnati 2 8 3 Brooklyn 0 3 0 Batteries Froome and Roth; Me Intyre and Bergen. Chicago. A sermon would be a fitting opening to each major league baseball game played on Sunday, ac cording to Bruce Barton, son of the Rev. W. E. Barton, nastor of the. First Congregational church, Oak Park. He 4g) I declared last night that although he uiu not iavor Sunday iiaseoall, he thought the plan feasible. Barton said he had mentioned the matter to some of the prominent ministers of Chicago and had also set the facts before persons connected with the manage ment of major league teams, and that in all instances his suggestion had been approved. Barton says that the matter has been approved by both President Charles Murphy, of the Chicago Nationals, and Charles Eb bets of Brooklyn. ORCE OF DELIVERY BREAKS PITCHER'S ARM American League. At Cleveland R. H. E. Washington 6 12 2 Cleveland 5 16 2 Batteries Johnson and Slattery, Street, Rhoades, Berger, Joss, Clark and Bemis. At Detroit R. H. E. Philadelphia 3 9 3 Detroit 4 4 0 Batteries Plank and Livingston; Donovan and Stanage. At Chicago R. H. E. Boston 4 10 0 Chicago it 4 8 1 Batteries Karger, Clcotte and Car- ngan: Scott and Owens. Game called it the end of the ninth on account of larkness. Bellingham. While pitching a game of ball at one of the country precinct settlements, Richard Sulli van broke his right arm. When the bone cracked the pitcher was indig nant and for a time Insisted that his friends seek out the man who had "thrown a pop bottle at him." It was some time before he could be made to understand that the force of the throw had caused the fracture. Queen Titanl Is Crowned. Queen Park, N. J., Aug. 28. Asbury Park's annual children's carnival be gan today with the entry of Queen Titanl IX., and her court. The reign of the lovely queen will continue until the conclusion of the annual ba by parade on September 2. Read the "Want" ads today. Pastime pictures please all. Oak wood Oregon Lumber Yard. Rock Spring coal, Henry Koplttke. For chimney sweep, phone Red 3812. First-class oak wood at the Oregon Lumber Yard. For sale cheap Good second hand organ. Sharon & Eddings. ror Rent Cottage on College street. Inquire at this office. See Henry Kopittke for Rock Springs coal. Phone Main 178. For sale Feed and chop mill, practically new. Inquire this office. 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. Canary birds for sale Inquire of Mrs. W. N. Arbuckle, Room 13, E. O. building. For rent Four room cottage, good location and condition. Inquire 100 E. Bluff street. We are receiving some choice oak wood. Buy now while the price Is low. Oregon Lumber Yard. Good store or office room for rent In East Oregonlan building on Main street. Enquire at this office. Automobile for sale cheap. Almost as good as new. 18 h. p. Edgar C. Jay, agent for White steamers. The W. C. T. U. will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Batterson next door to Metho dist parsonage. SJj For Rent Eight room house in good condition. Furniture for sale. Inquire 909 East Railroad street or prone Black 2136. Will sell or lease hotel doing good business. Terms reasonable. Good reasons for selling. Address Mrs. F. Myers, Helix, Oregon. For rent Suite of unfurnished housekeeping rooms In East Orego nlan building, electric lights, steam heat, bath on same floor. Enquire at this office. O. W. Dunlap will sell at public auction Saturday, August 28, at T. J. Kirk's farm at Athena, all his stock, farming implements and household goods. Free lunch. Wanted Competent woman or girl to do dining room and chamber maid work in small hotel at Pilot Rock. Top wages to the right per son. Apply City Hotel, Pilot Rock, Oregon. FAMOUS BOSTON SHORTSTOP IS DYING Herman C. Long, the famous old shortstop of the Boston Nationals, who is dying of consumption In Colo- ado, won a place In the hearts of the American baseball public that has icen achieved by very few of the dla- A FEW REASONS WHY OUR CUSTOMERS STAY WITH TJS. FIRST We keep good help and go to your home for orders In any part of the city. SECOND We ran our own wagons and deliver anywhere. THIRD We treat a child Just as courteous aa a grown person. FOURTH We have the goods and send you nothing we wont use ourselves. East End Grocery Forest Fires Still Rage. Butte, Mont., Aug. 25. Efforts to extinguish the fire raging In the half mile tunnel of the Billings & North ern railway ten miles north of Bill ings, have proved ineffectual, and the portals of the bore are now being bulkheaded In the hope of smother ing the flames. All trains are being touted via Helena. The tunnel fire started Sunday morning. It Is wrong to think that a left handed person never has a right to take a hand. "Supplementary Advertising" On the claim that they are needed to "Supple ment newspaper advertising," a good many unneces sary "advertising" schemes are sold to business men. The best way to "supplement newspaper ad vertising" is to do more of it.