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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OIIEGONIAV, PENDLETON OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 17, 1912. PAGE FIVE. .,-r ... t ? Extra Special Sale of 1000 yards materials of all kinds from Percales to to Silks-at about i Mal!Price F.E.Livengood The Ladies' and LOCALS The Melrose System. Burroughs. Main 5. Fuel. Main 178 tor coal and wood. For alfalfa hay call N. Joerger. I. C. Snyder.chlmney sweep. R 3812. You'should have the Melrose Sys tem. ' Phone Koplttko & Gillanders, for dry wood and Rock Spring coal. Everybody goes to the Orfcheum to see the best and the clearest pictures. All kinds of good dry wood, also clean nut or lump Rock Spring coal at Kopittke & Gillanders. Lost Locket with blue stones on Main street. Finder return to "R" at the E. O. office. For Rent Six room house, modern. Hot and cold water, bth, toilet, woodshed, etc. Enquire Dr. C. J. Whlttaker. Snap, 9 room house on North Side, less than one-half price. Must be old at once. See about It today. Teutsch & Bickers. Special rates to horses boarded by the week or month at the Commercial Barn. 620 Aura street. Phone Main 13. Also dry wood for sale. Lost Open face silver watch Mon day or Tuesday on Lee street hill. Owner return to "K" E. O. office and receive 35 reward. 9-room house on North Side, worth 3309 must be sold at once. Come and make us an offer. Teutsch & Bickers. If you want to move, call Penland Bros. Transfer, phone M 839. Large dray moves you quick. Trash hauled onee a week. 147 Main atreet. For transfer work, hauling bag gage, moving household goods . and pianos, and all kinds of Job work, phone Main 461. B. A. Morton. Save yourself fuel troubles by us ing our famous Rock Spring coal and good dry wood. Delivered promptly. Ben L. Burroughs, phone Main 5. Lump coal delivered for 38 per ton r''.(ii';l'V 'mmtf: i lilii' Famous the World Ovor WW r Children's Store. 2000 pounds. Phone Black 3622, or leave orders Oregon Feed Yard. August Noreen, ladies tailoring a specialty. 217 E. Court street. Lost Saturday on the north side of the river a ladles' small gold rope necklace with rectangular Jade pend ant. Finder please return to "A" this office. Reward. Wanted To exchange for wheat farm In Pendleton, Athena or Walla country, three story concrete apart ment house In Portland, price 340, 000, net Income over 3300 monthly. L. K. Moore, 617 Board of Trade, Portland. NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF CITY OF PENDLETON IMTIIOVEMENT BONDS. Notice Is hereby given that City of Pendleton Improvement Bonds num bers seventeen and eighteen. Series A, will be paid upon presentation thereof to the undersigned at the Am erican National Bank, Pendleton, Umatilla County, Oregon. Interest on said bonds ceases this date. Dated January 11, 1912. LEE MOORHOUSE. Treasurer, City of Pendleton. By Wm. Mlckelsen, Deputy. Notice to tle Public. Perry L. Bowman, formerly with Bowman's Cleaning Works, Is now employed as solicitor with the Berlin Dye House, Jack Webster Manager. Notice to the Public. Perry L. Bowman is not authorized to collect any bills or to solicit any work whatsoever for the Bowman's Cleaning & Pressing Work To be sure that you are sending your clothes to the right place, phone Main 432. Pays to Advertise. Only costs 15c for shave at Patton's barber shop; 5 barbers employed; no long waits. Plenty hot water, clean towels and the shop that does not so licit the trade of Chinamen, Indians or Japs. Give us trial. A Certain Young Man. I Desires wrk on a ranch In ex change for good home for winter. Ad dress "P," care E. O. THIS WINTER For its splendid hostelrles, its varied attractions, its fine beaches, hot springs and pleasure resorts all these can be reached with ease by the Oregon-Washington Railroad , & Navigation Co. and SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY "Road of a Thousand Wonders." $55.00 Portland to Ia Angeles' and Return With correspondingly low fares from alt O.-W. R. A N points, good six months with stopovers going and re turning within limit. Handsomely Il lustrated literature will be supplied upon application to any of our agents, or address: WM. McMURRAY, Gen Pass, Agent., Portland, Ore. PERSONAL MENTION E. B. Casteel, mayor of Pilot Rock, spent last night in tho city. W. J. Turner of Pilot Rock is tran sacting business in the city today. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dungan of The Dalles are registered at the Bowman. .'.Judge W. R. Ellis spent yesterday at his ranch near Hermiston. Louis Bcrgevln of Athena was am ong the visitors In the city yesterday. F. C. Greer of Weston was among the visitors In the city yesterday. Charles M. Grove of Adams, Is among the out of town visitors in the city today. H. J. Longley of Hermiston made Pendleton one of his frequent visits yesterday. Mrs. Levi Ankeny of Walla Walla Is visiting at the home of her son, Nes mith Ankeny. Charles Betts of the Athena Mer cantile company, is a business visitor In the city today. Glen Sturdlvant, assistant to Under taker Ralph Folsom, is confined to his home with a slight illness. H. H. Reynolds, Pilot Rock con stable, was among the visitors from the sheep center yesterday. II. R. Johnson, well known attor new of this city, left on the local thin morning for the west end of the county. v James A. Cooper, proprietor of the Bowman hotel, is able to be at his work again after a siege of lagrippe arid tonailitis. R. WTletcher, treasurer of the Umatilla-Morrow County Poultry as sociation, is attending the Walla Wal la poultry show today. Mr. and Mrs. Cas Henderson re turned to their home at Pilot Rock this morning after spending the night in the city. Douglas Ball, district manager of the Blake-McFall paper company, came over from his headquarters at Walla Walla this morning. Miss Celia Armstrong of Milton is a guest at the home of Mrs. A. F. May while en route to North Cold Springs where she will teach school. Mrs. George Carnes and Mrs. O. T. Carnes returned to their home in Pi lot ROck on the local to that town this morning after spending the night In Pendleton. Fred Krusow of Grass Valley, who succeeded the late J. W. McAllister as president of the Farmers' Educa tional & Co-operative Union, arrived In the city yesterday. County School Superintendent Frank K. Welles returned this morn ing from District 67 near Milton where he conferred with the board relative to the construction of a new school house. HUNTER SWALLOWS CARTRIDGE Indiana fcin Then Dies During an Oponnlon for pionlicitis. Lawrenceburg. Ind. Stricken with appendicitis while on a hunting trip, Benjamin Kremer died during an op eration, and the surgeons found a loaded cartridge in his appendiz. Kre mer, who was 19 years old, it Is sup posed held a cartridge in his mouth and accidentally swallowed it. La Grande Banks Elect. La Grande, Qre. The stockholders of the Union National banks elected the following: President, E. T. Rast er; cashier, J. W. Etington; direc tors, E. T. Raster, S. A. Purccll, J. H. Hutchinson. C. J. Fortsrom and Wil liam Hutchinson, C J. Fortsrom and William Klepblok. The First National elected the fol lowing directors: W. T. Wright. Min nie G. Stevens, B. M. Wright, Joseph Wright and C. Wright. MAKING ANAESTHETICS SAFE. Funics of Ether or Cholofortn Poiwd Through Warm Water. New York. A method of adminis tering ether and chloroform for sur gical operations which is said to have reduced the death risk of anaesthetics to nothing, and to have eliminated 98 per cent of cases of nausea which usually racks patients after operation, is to be described in a book soon to be published by an anaestheticist of the Skin and Cancer and St. Bartholo mew's hospitals, and Dr. Charles Baskorvllle, professor of chemistry at the College of the City of New York. The method has been used in about 6000 cases without a single death be ing caused from the anaesthetic. The fumes of ether or chloroform or a mixture' of both are forced through warmed water before the pa tient breathes them. The warmth of the water prevents the anaesthetic from irritating tho mucous mem brane of the lungs and bronchial tubes. The water also absorbs the poisonous aldehydes. TOWED 5 MILES BY SHARK. Lively Experience of a Flslicrnian Off Massachusetts Coast. Boston. A mackerel shark weigh ing several hundred pounds, made a lively time for Ed Brown, a fisher man attached to the schooner Patriot. Brown was hauling a trawl on Mid dle Ground The shark was tangled in It, and when Brown came near enough he harpooned it with a gaff. The fish in its pain started to sea and towed Brown five miles before the shark flopped over, dead from ex ertion. Brown then towed the shark to the schooner. SHOOTS WIFE'S JILTED SUITOR. Raltlniorp Man Wounds Carolinian Wlio Sought to Regain Valuables. Baltimore. George W. Cagle of Candor, N. C , was shot and probably fatally wounded here by Herbert H. King. King had married Mrs. Beulah Sloope, whom Cagle avers was his be trothed. Cagle said he came here to recover a diamond ring and several hundred dollars he had given to Mrs. Sloope. He encountered King, there was an exchange of words,, and King MAC'HI-XOU (Xlli OFFER TO WED 250 IJL'IINKD Santa Monica, Cal. A small room ful ff letters, each one containing oine bachelor's yearning plea for a mate, were burned by order of the mayor's advistory council of women Thus ended the municipal matrimo nial f urry which was started acci dentally several weeks ago, when it became known that there were 250 handsome widows In this city who held the valance of power politically. The story of the widows reached the ears of the Oatman Bachelors' club of Oatman. Rriz., which at once forwarded a propo-al to marry the entire 250. Lonely bachelors else where hastened to enter the'r offers, and finally letters began arriving by hundreds. Chli-f of Police Barretlo was swamp ed. All the letters were stacked in a storeroom and all destroyed with out even having been brought to the notice of the mateless woman, al though some of the missives contained storifs of extensive bank accounts pos sessed by men who wanted wives. CHIEF OF POLICE INDICTED. Srlnsfield, Mo., Official Charged With Exacting Illegal Fees. Springfield, Mo Thomas C. Hunt er, chief of police, was arrested on a grand Jury indictment charging him with using his office to exact il legal fees. It is charged he compell ed Mrs. Nellie Waits to advance mon ey to him before he would bring her husband here from Dallas, Texas, on a charge of abandonment. Hunter as serts the indictment yi a political move to Injure his chances for the democratic nomination for sheriff. TWO HOUSES AT ELKTON DESTROYED BY FIRE Drain, Ore. The Weatherly eating house, owned and operated by Charles Weatherly and Chester Rydell, and a dwelling house owned by Mrs. Ella Lyons, at Elkton, 15 miles west of here, were destroyed by fire. Part of the contents of the eating house and of the dwelling were saved. The loss Is about 32500. with 31500 insur ance. CHILD SAVES TRAIN AND WILL GET REWARD Seven-Yeor-Old Reported to S. P. Of ficials for Act of Heroism. Sacramento, Cal. For her pres ence of mind in signaling the east bound Overland Limited last Satur day and preventing a disaster, 7-year-old Ileen Martin, daughter of a section foreman, at Alta, Placer county, probably will receive a hand some reward from the Southern Pa cific company. Her heroism, which saved the train from a broken rail thati would have hurled It down an embankment, was brought to the no tice of Division Superintendent H. W. Sheridan, who yesterday sent the facts to the company officials and also a letter of thanks to the little girl and her 14 -year-old sister, Alma, Ileen was alone when she discov ered the broken rail, but she knew No. 2 was due, and running to the block station, telephoned the agent at Towle, only to learn the train had passed Dutch Flat. She then called for her elder sister, and the pair ran down the track. As the train came in sight the children waved their arms frantically and the train stop ped. COLONIST TRAVEL TO NORTHWEST PROMISING Spokane, Wash. Colonist travel on all lines to Washington, Oregon, Ida ho and Montana fro meastern points this spring will be much larger than fast year, according to Howard A. No ble of St. Paul, general passenger agent of the Great Northern Railway company, who is In the northwest on his first official visit. While here he said: Business is generally good In the passenger department, showing in creases over last year. Of course, it Is quiet in some spots, but the good crops of 1911 gave the farmers a lit tie extra money. Many Inquiries are being received from persons inteest ed In Washington, Oegon, Idaho and Montana. "The Indications are for a heavier colonist travel this spring. This probably is duo to the crops of 1911 and to the advertisings through the western governors' special train which traversed a'.l over the east. The land shows also greatly exploited the country. "I look for an increased demand for small farms. 10 to 20 acres, near er the larger towns and cities this lear. There is much Injulry for log- Concrete Blocks-Ooncpetelftopk -The Most Modern and Most Substantial Building Material-More Comfortable, and Cheaper in the end Save Yoursell Money Concrete Blocks and re-in-forced concrete are cheaper and far more satisfactory. Make prettier work when finished and give the great est comfort in either hot or cold weather. Estimates Phone Black 3786. Contractor VigoroiisBuyinq; Marks our Clearance as an event worthy of the atten tion of the thrifty, the critical and the saving buyers. f lUIt store is brimful of the most dependable merchandise L , , . , J for men to wear. Our many years of experienco in uhjffi, J buying and selling affords a great leverage in the mat ter of selecting the greatest vanies because we know value when we seo it. On top of this add our system of buying for spot cash and taking the limit of discounts; our taking advantage of the fac tories closing out Burplus lines of standard made goods and our operating at tho lowest expense possible. then you have the secret of our success -You have learned why this store is growing by leaps and bounds, ' Yon realize our claims of giving the lowest prices represents the truth. You know tho use of "hot air' is unnecessary at this store. II Pendleton's Lowest Men's Prices get the knifeWhat then? It takes but little reasoning to see that a CLEARANCE SALE AT THIS STORE means we are selling merchandise 10 TILE TRADE, at prices OTHER MERCHANTS are PAYING THE WHOLESALERS AND JOBBERS. We need a little more room for our new spring lines. We have done exceedingly well during our CLEARANCE SALE and intend ending it soon. Take advantage and don't pass by this great opportunity of choosing the cream of our stock at pretty nearly your own prices. Whether you buy or not, come in and learn why the man who buys here once, COMES BACK ' Every article in our store reduced Workingmens Clothing Co. If you want to keep posted on the' bargain news of Pendleton, just watch our big windows. . ged-off lands and tracts that can be used for dairying and poultry raising whee small orchards' can be set out. Many working people in the east, 'with small savings are making these in quiries, and it is our aim to get these people to come west and locate. We have our exhibit car traveling through Indiana and Ohio now, and Instead of having it make stops in the larger cities as heretofore, are having the car stop at towns of from 500 to 1, 000. "While it is not definitely settled, I look for a reestablish ment on all transcontinental lines of last year's BIG REDUCTIONS IN ALL LINES For . $2.50 Men's Pants $3.00 Boys' Overcoats 25c Wool Sox 50c Fleeced Underwear .. $12.00 Ladies' Coats . Children's Bear Skin Coats - Ladies' Skirts Ladies Wool Waists Infants Knit Jackets Furnished on WONDER D. A. MAY and Builder of all kinds of Concrete Work. colonist rates, based on J33 from Chicago to Pacific coast points and $25 from St. Paul. This is one of the matters to be discussed at the next meeting of the association." Cardinal Farley Returns. Xew York, Jan. 17. After two months' absence in which he wai made a prince of the church, Cardi nal Farley returned to the United States last night. Germany's newest canal, connect--ing BeJin with the River Oder, will' be completed next year. Example $1.8S 1.90 19 39 85.98 $1.4S 1-2 Price ... 1-3 Off 79p , tor: Give Yourself Satisfaction' See my many beautiful de signs for Basements, House Foundations, Walls, Fences. Curbing, Building Trim mings and Cemetery Fences. They grow stronger with age. Application Pend leton, Oregon. f ; h M i! I 1! ii fired.