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DAILY EAST OREGONIAS, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, moil.
EIGHT PASES. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY PAGE TWO. SILKS I nported Japanese Silks direct from Yokohoma, Japan, full 27 inches wide in a beautiful uariety of colors in cluding black and white, Underpriced at 48c a yard DEBUTANTE SILK for a beautiful gown, fancy figured, shaded stripes, 27 inches wide, comes in light blue, old rose, lilac, receda green and lavender, Underpriced at 59c High Grade Taffeta Silks that are right in vogue for pretty waists, skirts and gowns, guaranteed all pure silk, 19 inches wide, all colors including black and white, Underpriced at 79c Lining and Dress Satins 36 inch famous Belding Bros. Lining and Dress Satins, much in demand for cape and coat linings, Underpriced at $1.19 OCTOBER 8 Fancy Waist and Suit Silks An elegant variety to select from .in waisting figures stripes, checks and plaid, Underpriced at 98c Black Taffeta Silk guaranteed to give best satisfaction, 27 inches wide Under priced at 98c yard DRESS GOODS Beautiful Silk Lustered Brilliantine, a most serviceable fabric that never retains the dust, 36 inches wide, comes in navy, brown, dark green, dark red, cream, tan, black. Underpriced at 69c DRESS GOODS Worsted finish serges, self stripes in dark red, navy, green, brown and black, 34 inches wide, Underpriced at 33c Striped Prunellas A very popular fabric this season, 36 inches wide, comes in navy, dark green, brown, dark red and black, Underpriced at 49c Worsted Mixtures the very thing for childrens school dresses, pretty and serviceable, 36 inches wide, a large and beautiful variety to select from Underpriced at 48c 1 Wool Storm Serges very popular this season for waists, skirts and dressy suits, 36 inches wide, comes in dark red, navy, brown, bottle green, cream and black, Underpriced at 49c Black Taffeta Silk warranted to wear, full 36 inches wide, Underpriced at $1.29 The Peoples Warehouse Save Your Coupons Where it Pays to Trade AGENTS FOR WTOOLTEX SUITS FOR WOMEN, ROYAL WORCESTER, BON TON AND GOSSARD CORSETS. BUTTERICKS PATTERNS M PUBLICATIONS. Broadcloths this season's much wanted kind for ladies capes, 52 inches wide, comes in navy, brown, reseda green and dark red, Underpriced at $1,39 ini II T Hlf LI NVOLVES MMEMS ftiUNI OP A8QR Washington. There la a whole lot more Involved in a change In the of fice of the treasurer of the 1'nlted States than in the mere acceptance of the resignation of the retiring offi cer and the appointment of his sue- j cessor. When President Taft accept- j ed the resignation of Charles H. Treat, whose name appears in the 1 ored laborers under the supervision bottom right-hand corner of all T'nl ted States bills, and announced that Lee MrClung would succeed him on November 1, it was equivalent to glv- thousands of bags weighed lne notice to all the clerks that they sometimes happened that shortages had three months extra hard work j to the extent of a dollar or two have ahead of them. I been found. On one occasion a mem- This comes from the fact that be fore a new treasurer of the United States takes charge of the office he has got to be satisfied that all the money and trust funds held in the treasury department are there down to the very last fraction of a cent. Consequently, every dollar of the vast tinnrds In the treasury has got to be counted. Bid Force Required. When the last change was made In this office it took all of the clerks, twenty additional laborers especially hired for the occasion; a committee of three appointed by the secretary, with ten or fifteen especially desig nated aides assigned from other of fices of the department. Just two months and eighteen days to do this counting and to compare the figures thus obtained with those carried on the books. This is not so very surprising when last night in a chain gang and march ed out to close proximity of one of the cemeteries, the surroundings, the murky darkness and hour of night. all combining to inspire terror, and there compelled to do various stunts ; by their wierdly garbed captors, whose I blackened and disguised features con ! tributed toward making the expert I ence one the participants will long remember. The captives were finally released ! and, much to their MtoniahniMrt, to day are still in the land of the living. ! but it will probably be a long time i before there will be many gr. en caps on the street after nightfall. If it had not been officially given out that there would be nn hazing of an officer of the treasury. If the practiced In the university thll year. bag is light it is opened ana a count some of the sophomores might be of its contents is made. Among the ! suspected of having something to do it has! with this affair. Elim:nating this ATTEMPTS TO POISON CONVICT M'KIEY LEADS AN EASY LIFE It would, of course, be an intermin able job to count singly the 156,574, 168 silver dollars, so they are count ed by weight. It Is known to a frac tion of an ounce how much each bag supposed to contain 1000 silver dol lars, should weigh. So bag after bag is placed on scales by the husky col ! her of the colored force probably had the nerve to abstract several dol lars from several bags. Altogether, he was only drawing $3 a day pay, overcome by the knowledge that hu was handling such vast wealth when he stole about $30, but he was caught at the proceeding and not only had to disgorge but served a term in pris on as well. Handled Like Wheat. The silver Is handled just like so many bags of wheat. Just as each one Is weighed from one vault it Is stacked up in a pile in another. The bundles of notes before being put Into the vault have been most care fully counted bill for bill and the number In each package marked on the outside of the sealed wrapper. These seals are carefully examined and if they are found unbroken the package is passed as Intact. If there is the slightest abrasion of the seal- highly improbable fair is a deep Guard. conjecture the af mystery. Kugene Money Comes In Bunches, to A. A. Chisholf, of Treadwell. N. Y., now. His reason is well worth read ing: "For a long time I suffered from Indigestion, torpid liver, con stipation, nervousness and general de bility," he writes. "I couldn't sleep, Chemical examination of a small package of tea sent through the mails to Mrs, Lola O. Baldwin, superintend ent of the Department of Safety for young women, has demonstrated that It contains enough strychnine to kill 100 persons. Stirred Into vigorous action by this evidence of what on its face was shown to be a plot to murder Mrs. Bal Iwln, the authorities have follow ed clew after clew until they have not only satisfied themselves as to the Identity of the man believed to be re sponsible for the attempted crime but have reached the conclusion that on the same day and in the same manner he endeavored to make way with his divorced wife. The suspect is said to be under constant surveil lance and his arrest may take place at nny time. All the Information pointing to a bold attempt at double murder is now in the possession of Mayor Simon, District Attorney Cameron, Chief of THE ' PENDLETON DRUG CO. PHOIErOM ORDERS- GET THEM RIGHT had no annetlte. nor ambition, grew weaker every day in spite of all med- p" Cox, Police Commissioner Slch- Ical treatment. Then I used Electric Bitters. Twelve bottles restored all my old-time health and vigor. Now I can attend to business every day. It's a wonderful medicine." Infallible for Stomach, Liver, Kidneys, Blood and Nerves. 50c at Tallman & Co.'s. ISOOSKVKI-T TOLLS OF HIS HUNTING TRIP el and City Health Officer Wheeler The mayor has taken a keen, person al Interest In the detective work, and it was by his Instruction that the con tents of the package were subjected to microscopic examination and a chemical analysis. He has asserted that he desires no stone left unturn ed In the effort to bring to justice the person who would by so coward ly a method seek the lives of women who had incurred his animosity. It Is realized that the aggregate i ing, the package is undone and the amount of money and securities which are held In the office of the treasur er reaches the stupendous total of $1, 000,283.117.51 2-3. That fraction of a part of a cent which has been carried along In the treasury books for many years arises from the Inter est of a Louisiana state coupon bond Which carried 7 per cent. l.i Vaults yeomanry. All of this great wealth Is held in thirteen vaults beneath the treasury department In this city. Vault No. 1 is 89 feet long, 51 feet wide and 12 feet high. It Is packed to the doors with bags ach holding one thousand silvr dollars and contains a total of leS.OOO.OOD silver dollars. But even this enormous amount does not rep resent all of the silver cart wheels held by the treasury, there being over contents counted over again. As stated, It took very nearly three months to make the count when the present treasurer, Mr. Treat, receiv ed the trust from his predecessor, Ellis X. Roberts. At that time, Sep tember 18, 1905, the amount Involved was even greater than that which will pass from the custody of Mr. Treat to Mr. McClung. The transac tion then was closed by the passing of the following receipt from Mr. Treat to his predecessor: "Received from Ellis H. Roberts, retiring treasurer of the United States, government funds and securi ties amounting to $1,259,598,278.58 2-3 for which receipts In triplicate have been given. September 18, 1905." The receipt also included the amounts under the various descrip- flfty million more stored away In two i tions of money and bonds. other vaults. Gold certificates to the j value of $1 46. 913,250: T'nlted States j Tin- Bedrock of Success. : lies in a keen, clear brain, backed by health that Dr. King's New Life Pills They 25c notes to the amount of $86,634,052; illver certificate to the amount of $53 29.000; gold coin to the value of $9,489,032; rational bank notes In prOceM of redemption, worth $20, 645.203. and subsidiary silver minor coin bring the total in twelve of the vaults up to $455.R23.))34. In the re maining vault. No. 7, there are bonds the total value of which reaches the enormon, figure of $744,459.23 51 2-3 These are held by the treasurer as sVirity for national bank elrcu- I latlon and for deposits of govern- ' A considerable number of the Unl ment departments; miscellaneous j versiiy "Freshies," the boys who are trust funds and the sinking fund of conspicuous on the streets by their the District of Columbia. green caps, are declaring today that New York. Colonel Roosevelt's own copyrighted account of his hunt- Portland Telegram. ing trip In British East Africa will be- gin in the October number of "scrlD-: The Best Plaster, ner's Magazine." It is entitled "Afrl- A pece of flannel dampened with can Game Trails." It will run for a Chamberlain's Liniment and bound year. on to the affected parts Is superior to Roosevelt's story Is prefaced by a any piaster. When troubled with lame photograph of the author In his hunt- back or pains In the side or chest give Ing costume by Edmund Keller, which (t a trial and you are certain to be his been reproduced In tints. This is more than pleased with the prompt followed by photographs taken by reflet which it affords. The liniment Kermlt Roosevelt and other members ais0 remove rheumatic pains and Is of the expedition. certain to please anyone suffering Roosevelt compares the pioneers of from that disease. Sold by all good the British colony with those he knew dealers. Iii his early days on the Western pral- United States Marshal Heed has Is sued an order giving to Be race tlree ley McKinley. the notorious eonsplra 'or In tho"ll-7" land frauds, the privilege of taking a steam bnth at a bathOUse across the street from the county jail every day. McKinley Is allowed an hour and a quarter, dally for this purpose. McKinley was examined by Dr. A. C. Panton, nt Marshal Reed's order several weeks ago The physician re ported the prisoner nnaeinlcally in clined, which resulted In the order thnt the prisoner be allowed to take treatment. Dr. Panton explained last night that what he meant by "ana- I emlcally" was that he found the prls- I oner quite pale on account of his Jail confinement, Further than this the physician refused to discuss his re port, he made it to the government, was paid for It, and could not make It public. In spite of the grand jury's Inves tigation of the matter, Marshal Reed's order, giving McKinley the freedom of the county jail, and the grounds surrounding the court house. Is still In force. But although his privileges extend farther than those of the or dinary trusty, he Is not obliged to do the work required of the others. Neither Is he compelled to take his rations like an ordinary prisoner, ns he eats at the same table as the Jailer jinn 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 Elevens oepuiies. nm wife has access to his quarters at all times. McKlnley's term expires No vember 6. Portland Oregonlan. . Wo arc Orowenn-niiy itlreet from u NO AGENTS Our Tro. r. nre rrou n atrlcf ly WITHOUT IRRIGATION Write for fn-e mUlou. Ijtre atock of Tariftinraitjiii furiommtrniil nrchnrda Choice Fruit, Nut and Onamtntal Tree, Grapa Vines, Snail Fruit Planta and Shrubbery w TlIK DALLES NriiSKIUT.8 f, MelnOfflce, li'J Uranl Aro.l'ortlancUOr. For ('happed Hands. Chapped skin whether on the hands or face may be cured In one night by applying Chamberlain's Salve. It Is also unequaled for sore nipples, burns and scalds. For sale by all good dealers. rles. He tells of his hunts and of wild animal life as he catches glimpses of It In his Journey. j M F.WF.X MAN BENDS BULLET INTO BREAST MeEwen. Ore., Oct. 5. Tying a gun There Is more Catnrrn In this section of t0 a f)St after which he spread a quflt the country than till other diseases lint to- ,. , , .. . , , , gether. and until the last few years was on tho Kr""ml am' Attached a string supposed to be Incurable. For a great many to the trigger of the gun. a man by years doctors pronounced It a local dlseae the name Of Kennedy sut on the quilt ami prescribed local remedies, ami by con- ,, ,i,.nh, .it ,., , ,u , . stantly falling to cure with local treat- aml deliberately pulled the string merit, pronounced It Incurable. Science has sending a bullet through his own proyen catarrh to be a constitutional dls- breast last evening. ease and therefore requires constitutional n .,,,. u,. n,r, rn e..., treatment fT.ll'. Cnmrrh Cure ,Bnfe. HP p',m' h' n fr"'n Iillk' r (M S,in" indomltable will and resistless energy. ! tared by V. 3. Cheney It Co., Toledo, 0., ,lay where he had been confined in the Such power com'? from the splendid ls tnc only constitutional cure on the mar- hospital with n cancer of the mouth. For Rent. Six room modern house on the South hill. Apply to C. P. Strain, Pendle ton, Oregon. Automobiles for rent at the Pen dleton Auto company. ket I la . I - ... . 1 . i ........ . I.. .1 a it in lurnu iii i '-. nil i iii it j-rt i j oiii I .. , i u . TO ,lrr,s tn taa.lunt.rnl U MM coo,, ..my v.iut n o.oioer ivennotiy impart. They vitalize every organ and j ly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the n"d resided here for some time, the build up brain and body J. A. Bar- I system. Tliey offer one bondred dollars two men working as woodsmen. His mon. Llzemore, W. Va., writes: are the best pills I ever used.' at Tallman & Co.'s. SOPHOMORES CIRCUMVENT ANTT-HAZING I, AW Every Item of those giant totals has to be refitted before a new treas urer, who is a bonded officer, Is will ing to assume responsibility for the figures as to the amount of money on hand which is turned over to him by his predecessor. there is an active Ku Klux Klan In Kugene. According to the somewhat discon nected stories given out by the young men. who are apparently disinclined to talk for fear of impending ven geance, they were herded together fur nny cime It fails to cure. Semi for cir culars ond testimonials. F. J, CIIKXKY & CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by all Druggists, 7.1c. Take Hall's family fills fur coustlpa t Ion. Dr. Besi Retained. Dr. Best wishes to announce that he hus returned from his summer va cation and resumed his practice. Of rice In American National bunk building. brother was away from tho cabinet when the suicide occurred. This afternoon Coroner Ison held an Inquest over the remains the verdict oi the Jury being that Kennedy came to his death by a gun shot with his own hands. Little Is known Of either brother as they were reserved and seldom asso ciated with people around McKwen. Sam Smythe, the genial conductor, sprained his wrist trying to roach for Golden Gate Coffee. Notice to Water Consumers. All water bills are due on the 1st a cup of Folgei and must be paid by the 10th of each month. Let the women do your work. Hays W. G. SUTHERLAND, A Finney will clem and press your Superintendent. suit or dress, right. Phono Main 198. Truth and Quality appeal to the Well-Informed In every walk of life and are essential to per manent success and creditable stand Ing. Accordingly, it is not Claimed that Syrup of Figs and Kllxlr ot Senna is the only remedy of known value, but one of many reasons why It is tho best of personal and family laxatives Is the fact that it cleanses, sweetens and Relieves tho internal organs on which it acts without any debilitating after effects- and without having to increase the quantity from time to time. It acts pleasantly and naturally and truly as a laxative, and its component parts are known to and approvad by physicians, as it is free from Rll objectionable substances. To get Its t. qicflclal effects always purchase tit genuine manufactured by the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co., only, and l'or 'ale by all leading druggista. The Quel) e (us. I n Fountalne, Prop. Best -'.- cent meals In the North west. First-class Cooks and Service. Shell-fish In Seeeou. La Fountalne Block, Main ait. 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