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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

s Readers don't overlook the ad vertisements in the E. O. Our most progressive cltlsens talk through the e.ds. ' WEATIIER FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday 'air. 3 PENDLETON, OltECiON, WEDNESDAY, MA: fi 8, 1905. NO. 3:i()l VOL. 18. --'5 DA11Y EVENIHGED1TI0H OAILYEVEHIHGEDITIOH THOROUGH AND EARNEST ' WORK Cmmercia! Association Back Solicitors for Subscriptions. Fair $200 APPROPRIATED FOU THEIR KXrSES. Hereafter H8 Years Will Be tare Min imum -Age for Admission o the ComanSTcial Association Gym nasium Privilege Without Full MeMfterrsliip Project oil JFoot to Issue iDeMcripUve Advertising Mat.' trr by Co-operation rf be County Court Club Has M.04-ln live Ti sury. At the meeting of the Oommerckil association held last .night 11 new members were elected Into-the asso ciation, the initiation fee .was reduced to (1- until the gymnasium was ready for 'use, and the association, voted to guarantee the expenses of solicitors for .the fair association. The new members elected last night wen the sa...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

) PACE TWO. DATLT BAr OBKOOWAN, PUKDLETON, OUECOV, WEDNESDAY, MAIICH 8, 1905. TEN PAGIU. : : : J April 1, the Ftehing Opens 1 ,v Fish hooks, Sc to 10c a dozen; fly hooka, lRc to H.25 a dozen; leader. 1c to 4Uc each; reels 10c to $4.65 ull style. Fish poles, 5c to $9.00; large selec tions, material!! that Inst.. Tle proper kind to buy. FREDERICK NOLF Sc CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICK SUPPLIES. , , GENERAL NEWS. , , The Bank of Yarmouth, at Halifax, "N. S., has suspeniled. Cause unknown. It Is the oldest banking Institution in British North America. . , ' Oeorge Hlnlker,, a .ranchman near Modesto, Cal., was dragged to death at the end of a lariat, by a young wild horse. He was dragged a mile and a half. Mrs. Ira P. Smith, of Los Angeles, was struck by an electric car and, thrown headlong in front of another "car going In the Opposite direction. She was Instantly killed. Governor Toole vetoed the bill in creasing the size of the Montana su preme court from three to five mem bers. On a reconside...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

V DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OHEGOJf, WEDNESDAY, MA11CU S, 1905. TO IMUIta. PASE THREE. 4 fl A GREAT SNAP-10,000 Yards Mill End Sale of Embroideries We have Just received 10,000 yards imported Mill Ends of Embroideries from St. Gaul, Switzerland, which we place on sale during these five days at Vi regular price. These mill ends are put up a certain number of ' yards In a package, averaging from I to 10 yards, from the finest down to the cheapest grades. A1P widths, all clean and nice. These mill ends are remnants left from the looms, pieces not large enough 'to make bolts of. And are surely a great bargain, which you cannot afford to miss seeing. SNAP SHOT 'SPECIALS PUKING TJHS-SALE OUIi INCOMPARABLE Glove Department Agents for esfitmen KM - JA . rrVdtJn All TOST :-,H:f Wlin OUK ug ' Urr hand The world's 'best. ! Prompted by pardonable pride, based on absolute facts, we lay -Claim 'to the ownership of the best glove In the world namely. The ''Oentetnrf:" Tour money back tor 'e...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

' TEN PAGES. PAGE FOUR. .ALLY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, 31 ARCH 8, 1905. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Pasllshrd every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Dally, one rear, by mail $5 00 Dally, alx months, by mall 2. .10 Dally, three month, by mail 1.25 Pally.on month, by mall SO Weekly, one year, by mall l.ftO Weekly, all months, by mall 75 Weekly, four month, by mall SO eml-Weckly, one year, by mall...., 2.00 rVml Weekly, six months, by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, tbree mouths, by mall.. .50 Member ScrlppeMcRae News Association. The East Oregon Isn Is on sale at B. B. Rli-b's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Portland. Oregon. San Francisco Bureau. 408 Fonrtb St. Chlraxo Bureau, 900 Security Building. Washington, It. C, Bureau, 501 14th St, M. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofflc aa second class matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to appear I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

TE I'ACiiH. DArLV EAST OREGOKIAV, PEKDLKTOX, MCBOOS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH , IMS. Si HOME OF THE WALKOVER And FLORSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN WF. AltE FLKASED TO ANNOUNCE WITH CONFIDENCE, THAT OUR STOCK OP SPRING GOODS IX Till-, VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS IS NOW COMPLETE (WITH VERY TEW EXCEPTIONS) NEVER IV THE HISTORY OK THIS WEI.I, KNOWN STORE, I)II)WE DISPLAY SUCH BEAUTIFUL GOODS AS WE DO THIS SEASON, ALL SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE YOU WILL FIND THE STYLES AND PRICES ABSOLUTELY RIGHT. LADIES' GARMENT In thin department we show a big Hue of up-to-the-nilnute in styles, Milk mid English mohair hht waist suits; they come in plain and fig ured material, In all the wanted similes; the prices range from $27.!0 down to Silk and nil-over lace shirt waists, beautifully made and trimmed, cream and white, taking the lead; prices range irom vix.uu uuwn Ta.llan Bni-lnff 4or.lr,t In covert and meltons; the very swell- (r est made; prices range from $22.50 Tl I aown to Tjirllnn nliiln KIHlinn rirnaa Vlrta blac...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

1EN i.:s. TA9U MX. DAILY EAST ORESONIAX, PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1905. MOTHER GONGBESS HOME OF NATION AIj CONVENTION MEETS AT WASHINGTON. Delegate From Twenty Slates Will J Be In Attendance Child I-alr, Po lygamy, Domestic Sclonce, Edum tlon ami Delinquent and Defective Youth Will All Bo Considered Representation From Foreign Countries. ' Washington, IX C, March. 8. lleacl'iu.u u 1 s were opened today for the triennial roting of the Nation;. 1 Oontfess ol Mothers, which begins in sessions here day after tomorrow, to roitiinue for one week. Tlie ad vance guard of delegates and visit irs is already beginning to arrive unci judging from all Indications the at tendance will eclipse that at any of the previous meetings of the congress. The "chief speaker' at the coming session will be President Roosevelt. and his address before the congress will be, It is said, the first appearance of a president of the United States as speaker at a woman's convention. For the past three y...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

TEN FAUKK. 1AILY KAST OKECOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 103. BUNKER HILL School Shoes , Fpr Boys and Girls $1.50 and $1.75 NO MORE They look and wear like $2.00 and $2.50 shoes. Conie In kid and calf, with rood, solid extension oak sole. Your money back If not good wear, Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets PERSONAL MENTION this WWWW WWWWW W WW WW WW ww CITY BREVITIES NEW ARRIVALS. Nuts at Tatom's. U C Rader. Get sunny. Confections lit Tatom's. Fine oranges at Tatom's. Highest cash price for aecond-iiand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Always pleased ara smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. Teutsch Is showing an assortment of spring Jackets at 17.60 to $12.60. Boys' baseball suits, Bhlrt. padded pants, tap, hose and belt, $2. Nulf's. The St. ' George restaurant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprle-treM- , Rain coats in many new styles. Call and see our Special at $10.00. Lee Teutsch's Department store. A strong, hearty young lady is seek ing...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGOMAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH . tt05. i..n rAi.i Hill I 1 HI I I H I I I 1 H Ml ! M 14 -r-H"T""r- I M r I H 1 XOT GOOD XtT HKltE Marcfia NOT GOOD NOT IIEUE I THE RENOWN OF GROCERY EXCELLENCE IS BUILT ON A TIUPOR OF PRICES, QUALITY AM) STORK SERVICE. WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST STOCKS OF FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES IN EASTERN OREGON. AND THE QUALITY IS OF THE BEST. OUR STORE SERVICE IS NOW THE VERY REST. AS VK HAVE OVR OWN DELIVERY WAGONS, AND WE WILL MAKE A SPECIALTY O? QUICK DELIVERY. WHY NOT TRY THE X SfcllYU lS tUli. A rW MONTHS? W E WILL PUT FORTH Ol II BEST Km)l(IT) 1TJ J-lJiASfc; rUU, ' Special Sfiil 10 BUNCHES Bananas THESE BANANAS ARE NICE, FAT FRUIT, AND OF FINE QUALITY. SPECIAL PRICE El 2 for 5c 30c per doz 10 CASES Force SPECIAL PRICE 2Pkgs. for 25c Only 10.0(10 MHinlM if rko left out of our car. Special price, 4c lb, $3.75 per 100 llw. New Goods BOILED HAM IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE WISCONSIN SWISS CHEESE McLARENN ROQUEFORT CHEESE McLARENN...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

1 TEN I'ACKi, DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PENDLBTOX, UBOX, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1906. PACE MTHU. ATTORNEYS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE O. It. A X. Railway Sold. Local Miiniiger H. C. Campbell, ofllnury hearing at 2 o'clock In the af- the C. It. & N., ut The Dalles, said to a Chronicle reporter: "Three men -came to headquarters at Portland, , a few days since, two from, Philadelphia and itnother from Wilmington, Del., and made an offer L buy the road. We refused, and they came back with a counter offer, which was accepted. They evidently knew all about the road us they asked no. questions. The entire holdings of the C. n. & N. are now In their bands," When the Northern Pacific was mentioned, he said: "That Is all guess work on the part of Portland news paper reporters. . You have as much right to say it was sold to the Great Northern as they have to announce tt Is the property of the Great North ern or Northern Pacific so far as any knowledge of the transaction goes." ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 8 March 1905

PAGE TE. DAILT EAST ORECO.MAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1905. TEN PAGES. A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water on "Mother"! Pride." or any other rood cof fee and soak It three or four hours In the cold water; then put on the fire, and just let It come to a bou. It la claimed that one-half an en make It dear-, and that It take lesa coffee by this meth od than any other. Try It and ,aee what a good cup of coffee It makes. ... ... ... t , Do You Know f That we are offering white J china cups and saucers at $1.15 rer setT Pie plates, per set tOa Breakfast plates, per set . , Mc Platters, gravy boats and all other dishes at the prioe of seml-porcelaln. If you don't know this come to our store and let us show you the goods at a price we can never make you again, as the ware cannot be purchased at the price again. OWL TEA HOUSE LENT BEGINS TODAY SEASON OF FASTTXG AND PENANCE IS ON. Period of Forty Days Representing the Fasting of Christ In the Moun tain A Time Devote...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

QA1LY EVEN IH6 EDITION QA1LY EVEHIHG EDITIOH ' WEATHER FORECAST. Readers don't overlook the ad vertisements In the E. O. Our most progressive citizens talk through the ads. . Kiilr tlnilgh tnnd Frl':v. VOL. 18. PENDLETON", OREfiON, THUJtSDAY, MAlfCH 9, NO. 3302 if GOVERNMENT E House Committee on Inter state Commerce Recom mends it for. Panama. CRITICIZES SEVERELY THE CANAL COMMISSION. The Prenideiit Will Accept the Sen ate Amendments to the San Do mingan Treaty and DiMcbUma Ever Having Had Any Intention of Try ing to Railroad a Treaty Shrough ' Without the full Advice and Con sent of Uie Senate Newspapers Have Fought Phantoms. Washington. March . The report of the sub-committee of .the house committee on Interstate commerce Investigating the Panama railway, pays high tribute to the management of the road, but criticises the Isth mian canal commission. The report advocates the government ownership of the Panama railroad. Secretary Hay this afternoon stated that the recent reports abo...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

PAGE TOO. DAILY HASC OREOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1805. EIGHT PAGES. x April 1 , the Fishing i Op hi OREGON 'S V, S. MAYBERRY WILL EX- ' PLOHE DES CHUTES CAVERNS. W oniU'iTul 8t'in of Caves Said to Exist in Crook County One Open ing Has Been Explored for More Than a Mile In Many Place It Is Necessary to Crawl Through the Openings anil In Other Places Spa cious Rooms Are Found. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Fish hooks, 3c to 10c a dozen; fly hooks, 15c to $1.23 a dozen; leaders, lc to -10c each; reels, 10c to $4.65 all styles.. Fish poles, 5c to $9.00; large selec tions, materials Hint last.. The proper kind to buy. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE . SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. ' Xear PIkeville, Ky., In a railroad camp, four men engaged In thawing dynamite, were blown to atoms and four others Injured. There Is not a democrat in the Michigan legislature, while those of Mississippi, Florida and South Caro lina are composed entirely of demo crats. i The Wisconsin legislature,...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

,, , i n'',",,""',wlw,S t1.-1--.-r"'---"C,.!.'tr.''' -'';".:',;, ....-- .-.-ft'. uvM.-Mtw-.-v. - " .., ' ... . - - ( '-;, EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREOOVIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH , J03. PAGE THREE. it ELxfcra Special at . alei mmw $ Saturday, March 1 1 , 7 to 9 p. m. SCORES OP PLEASED CUSTOMERS LEFT OCR STORE LAST SATURDAY NIGHT, THERE IS NOTHING LIKE A PLEASED CUSTOMER. AIX WERE SATISFIED WE DID JC&T WHAT 1E SAID WE WOULD IN OUR AD. THE fX)MING SATURDAY WE WILL 1I4.VE STtt.L BETTER VALUES TO SHOW YOU. WE WILL ALSO BK BETTER PREPARED TO SERVE YOU AS WK WILL HAVE EXTRA HELP. NOTE PRICES BELOW: Fancy Goods Dept. DOZEN LADIES BELTS, COME IN ALL THE LATEST COLORS AND STYLE. GUARANTEED GOOD VALUE AT 75c SATURDAY 1 TO P. M 39c SB DOZEN LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS. WE GOT ANOTHER, LOT OP ASSORTED DE SIGNS, PIAIN AND FANCY, REGULAR 10a, 12 l-2o AND 15a SATURDAY NIGHT TO I 50 f 3 DOZEN DRESSING COMBS, REGULAR 10c AND 12 l-2o, SATURDAY, 7 TO t P. M -r, SO 5 GROSS BRASS PINS, NEEDLE...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

PAGE FOCR. ,AILY EAST OREOOfWAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, Till RSDAY, MARCH , 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PafclUhed every afternoon (except 8unday) at rendletoD. Oregon, by the CAST OREGOMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. subscription' rates. Dally, one year, by mall $5.00 IwIIt, alz monib. by mall 2.R0 Dally, three moatba, by mall 1.25 Dally.one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, alt moutha, by mall 75 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Ileal Weekly, one year, by mail 2.00 aeml Weekly, alx montha, by mall... 1.00 Semi-Weekly, three montha, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlppa Mcltae Newa Association. The Raat Oregonlaa Is on tale at R. R. Itkrh's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Terkins. Portland. Oregon. Han Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth St. , Chicago Rurean. 909 Security Building. Washington, I). C, Bureau, 501 14tn St., W. W. Telephone Main 11. sHtered at Pendleton Poatofflce as second clasa matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to' appear I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

BBOHT PAGFK DAILY EAST OREGON I AN, PENDLETON', OREGON', THIR.SDAY, MARCH , 1905. pack nru. BUNKER HILL School Shoes For Boys $ 1 .50 and $1.75 NO MORE They look and wear like J2.00 and $2.50 shoos. Come In kid ami calf, with good, solid extension oak soles. Tour money back If not good wear. I Lee Teutsch's Corner Main and CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatom's. IT C Rader. Oet sunny. Get sunny. U C Rader. Confections at Tatom's. Fine oranges at Tatom's. A classified ad Is the easiest way o secure help. Highest cash price for second-hand foods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Always pleased nre smokers who buy nt Howard's cigar store. Till' time to use classified ads Is whenever you have a want. "You Can Search Me," ly Hugh McHugh,. new bocks at Nolf's. Teutseh Is showing an assortment of spring jackets nt 17.50 to $12.60. Cet luy If you nre onl of a Jol. A rlussifled ad will find you u Job. The St. George restaurant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprie tress. " Need someone to help ynu clean...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN, PKMBLETON. OREGOX, THlHSDAt, MARCH 0, ilH)5. EIGHT PAGES. -A (SOSEAT OPPORTUNITY- H ' WH M WMH U V H Carpet WE MOVE TO OCR MAGNIFICENT NEW ROOM IN THE SMITH-CRAWFORD BLOCK, OPPOS1TK OUR PRESENT LOCATION, WHERE WE WILL HAVE THE MOST MODERN AND COMPLETE FVRNITCRE HOUSE IN THE INLAND EMPIRE. (SKEAT .DBECI3(D).VAIL MJE BHD DBDD s Sacnica HAS BHEN INAUGURATED IN OfiDER TO CUT DOWN THE STOCK, WE HAVE DECIDED TO DISPOSE OF EVERY PIECE OF FURNITURE, CARPETS, PICTURES,, ETC. WE HVE IN STOCK AND ILAVE CRUSHED PRICES TO SUCH A TRIFLE OF THE REAL VALUE OF THE GOODS THAT THE GOODS MUST MOVE. A CHANCE IS NOW OFFERED WHICH IS CERTAINLY THE GRANDEST EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY. THERE WILL BE NO LET UP TO THE SLAUGHTER UNTIL WE MOVE. THE TERRIFIC CUTTING OF PRICES IS ON EVERY ARTICLE IN THE STORE. FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS. CARPETS, THE LARGEST STOCK IN EASTERN OREGON. A BRIGHT, FRESH. CLEAN STOCK OF THE VERY LATEST PATTERNS FOR YOU TO SELECT FROM AT THE GREAT REMO...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

-"Ms" B2iaUT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLBTOK, ORBOON, THURSDAY, MARCH V, I SOS. PAGE SEVEN. ATTORNEYS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE , To Exterminate Scab. Governor Gooding Is determined "that sheep scab nhull be exterminated in the state of Idaho and to that end bag Invited the federal authorities to take hold of the matter and conduct a systematic dipping of all Idaho flocks. Col. George S. Hlckock of Salt Lake, In charge of the federal stork Inspectors In the Northwest, Is Jn the city today conferring with the governor on the work. According to the present plan five or six inspectors ' will be put to work at once and by the ; first of April at least 21 will be en Caged In the work. Every sheep In the state will have to be dipped and those that show evidence of the dis ease will have to undergo the second dipping. The federal Inspectors will work In conjunction with Dr. George E. No ble, who has been appointed state veterinarian surgeon under the law passed by th...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 9 March 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST WHF.GOXIAS. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. . . A New Recipe for Making Coffee Pour cold water on "Mother"! Pride," or any other good cof fee and aoak It three or four hour In the cold water; then put on the fire, and just let It come to a boll. It la claimed that one-half an egg makes It clear- , and that It takes less coffee by this meth od than any other. Try It and aee what a good cup of coffee It makes. - . ..- Do You Know J That we are offering white J china cups and saucers at J1.15 Pie platea, per set 60c Breakfast plates, per set ..90c Flatters, gravy boats and all other dishes at the price of semi-porcelain. If you don't know this come to our store and let us show you the goods at a price we can never make you again, as the ware cannot be purchased at the price again. JUDGEBEAN I5DEAN OLDEST IN PRACTICE AT THE PENDLETON BAR. He Established an Office In the Place In 1881 Judge Ellis Was tlte First Resident Attorney to Be Admit...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 10 March 1905

...-lAUaai.-- XBfcaexszK. unz-im wsjuijj n ma i .wihwi mm "' . .iti.nw.nm.uiiu un. i 0A1LYEVENIHBEDITIOH DAILY EVENIHBEDITION Readers don't overlook the ad vertisements In the E. O. Our most progressive cltlsena talk through the ads. WEATHER FORECAST. Fair tonight; Saturday Increas ing cloudiness, cooler. VOL. 1H. l'ENDLETOX, OHKf.'OX, FIJI DAY, MAItCII NO. o.'JO.'J T But the Police Have No Evi dence as Yet Sufficient to Warrant Arrests. AWAIT REPORT T'ROM A SPECIAL DETECTIVE. The Lattor Jlu Been Sent to lionet lulu and Uie Immediate Ievolop nwnu Will Follow Ills ltepovt Ar rests Are Expected Today or To- I morrow Kora Hopkins, Former Housekeeper at tlio Stanford Man sion, Is Said to Have Made IniHM-t-ant Admissions to the -Police. San Francisco, March 10. Contra- ry to the statements made by the jio- lice, several days ago, arrests will be made here If the coroner's Jury find that Mrs. Stanford was murdered, but declare today that no arrests will be made either today or tomorrow: I...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 10 March 1905

4 TEN PAGES. DAILY BAST ORXGOKUX, PENDLETON. OREGON, FRIDAY, 5IARCH 10, 1905. PACE TWO. 71 April 1 , the Fishing Opens 1.1. Fish hooks, 3c to 10c a dozen; fly hooka, 15c to $1.25 a dozen; leaders, lc to 40c each; reels, 10c to $4.65 all styles.. Pish poles, 5c to $9.00; large selec tions, materials that last.. Tlie proper kind to boy. FREDERICK NOLF 8c CO. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. The wholesale grocery house of Williamson-Hallsell-Frazier, at Okla homa City, has burned. Loss, J1U0. 000. Women are not eligible to positions as stenographers and typewriters In the Panama service, and men are compelled to pass a rigid physical ex amination. Four men were killed in a coal mine at Charlestown. W. Vn. by a ca ble breaking and, allowing the car in which they rode to run down a 100 foot Incline. George Letcher wns convicted at Bryan, O., of committing arson (for the Insurance) 20 years ago. He. has lived In California most of the time since, and is wealthy. The American Cere...

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