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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 March 1905

!! .1 i ... r "ir Tliriw m im 1Lj minu M , , .-rv . - - n'n"-" -r, .v.... uJf: v , , '"""''-- ... . . ... . . , . : t TEN PAGIuS. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SA1TRDAY, MARCH 23, 1005. PAGE SEVEN. PERSONAL MENTION Two Friday and Saturday Specials 150 ladle' Skirts by express, direct fro niNew York, will be phiced on siilo Friday ii nd Saturday only, at $4.98 Each SEE CORNER WINDOW. J Ten different styles lit blue, brown, tiin, grey and black, and fancy Patterns. The regular value Is $6.50 to $7.50. t Two Days $4.98 J ALTERATIONS FREE. J 100 Doaou Turkb.li Towels, large size; regular 25c grade, for two i days, lVlilny and Saturday, lie Each Lee Teirtsch's i DEPARTMENT STORE I CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatom's. Get sunny. U C Rader. Fine oranges at Tatom's. U C Rader. Get sunny. Confections at Tatom's. McAdams, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. .New ladles' suits at Teutsch's store. Where did you get that hat? At Lee Teutsch's. Highest cash price for second-hand goo...

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. — 25 March 1905

PAGE EIGI1T. DAILY EAST OUEGOXIAN. PEXDLETOX, OUEGOX, SATlTRlAYf MAIICTI 25, 1905. TEN PAGES. Give Nature a Chance BY ISING HE ME ivmw The ORIGINAL remedy tliat "kills the dandruff germ." It destroys the tiny vegetable growth In the sebaceous glands of the scalp, after which the hair will grow as nature Intended. Don't wait unyl It Is too lnte, for chronic baldness Is incurable. The microbe of dandruff and baldness makes the hair dull, brittle and lustreless. It fills the hair with dandruff and causes itching of the scalp. Later, it chokes the very life out of the hair and causes It to fall. Save it with NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE. Ex traordinary results follow its use. SIAMESE GAMBLING GOVERNMENT LICENSES ENCOURAGES AND ABETS. Read These Three Letters After typhaid fever my physician recommended Herpiclde for my hair, which was falling. I used it a number of months and my hair is longer now than ever before, measuring more than five feet In length. St Paul, Minn. (Signed.) MARIE A. M'INTTR...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 March 1905

TBN PAGBS. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORHGON, SATURDAY, MAIIC1I 25, 1005. PAGE NINE. ATTORNEYS. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Ann Mangled by Pistol Shot. Ed Brandon, a 17-year-old boy who kas been employed herding sheep for Bd Palmer In Ferry Canyon, met with a serious and painful accident last Thursday while at his work on the range. He carried a .38-caliber re volver while at work, and when the ac'ddont occurred the gun was In his hip pocket, muzzle up. He was sit ting; on the ground resting, and when he started to get up the hammer of the pistol caught on a rock, against which he was leaning, and the wea pon was discharged. The ball took effect In the right wrist and ranged upward almost to the elbow, shatter ing the bone and making a serious and painful wound. Dr. Wood was called to attend the wounded boy, and In dressing the arm several pieces of bone were re moved. Condon Globe. 700,000 Acre WlUulrawn. Register J. B. West and Receiver C. H. Uarby, of the local...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 25 March 1905

PAGE TKX. DAILY EAST PRECOMA. FEMLETO!T, PRECOX. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1003. TEN PAGES. ! FREE! FREE! FREE! On Saturday, March 35, from 9 until p. nu, we will serve "Mother's Pride" coffee free to all. The coffee will be made In tlie great Steroeau coffee ma chine on exhibition In oar window. We do not expect you to buy any coffee unless yrw Our object is to show you the great merits of "Mother's Pride," the best 25c coffee on earth, and the Sterneau coffee machine. Price $12.50. OWL TEA HOUSE 9 I CROCKERY M 1 1 I HI TSt WOMEN'S CLUBS Will Entertain Musical Club. Mrs. F. E. Judd will entertain the members of the Musical club Satur day, March 26. The following inter esting program has been arranged by Miss Sadie Baum, who will be director for the evening: Overture, "Fidelio" (Lenore) Op .72 Beethoven . . Mrs. Vert and Miss Sadie Baum. Paper on "Life and Works of Beeth oven" Mrs.Stlllman. Solo, "I Love Thee" Fobeskl Miss Fraker. Sonata, .Op. 14, No. 2 .... Beethoven Mrs. Rubedew. "The R...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 March 1905

linAiTvniTMiHnFniTinM I DAILY EVEN I f i G ED IT I H Money makes the mare go, and East Oceanian advertising makes business come. . PENDLETON', OREOON, "MONDAY, MARCH 27. 1905 VOL. 18. 7v x rsrs t -V 1'IHILI V .1 llllilLJ LLI1 I lull 1 1 11 1 1 WEATHER FORECAST. a . i ma II Tonight and Tuesday fair, heavy I "-S J II frost tonight; warmer Tuesday. I a V '1 NO. 5317 - -.. ' " r N TI ATING THE ARID LAfJDS Chief of Soil Division of the Reclamation Department in Umatilla County. WINTER IIUUGATKH AND POSSIBILITIES, Mr. Means Refuses to Prophesy, Rut Talks Freely of the Nature of 111. Work Will Examine Into the Na ture and Capabilities of the Soli Em braced In the "Umatilla Project" Mr. Means Is a Strong Partisan of the Superior Value of Perennial Ir rigation Over the Hooding System, Where it Can De Done. Thomas H. Means, chief of the soil ' division of the United States reclama tion department, has arrived here ' . .... I for the purpose of investigating the arid lands lying to the southwe...

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. — 27 March 1905

t PAGB TWO. DAILY EAST ORKGOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY. MARCH 27, 1005. EIGUT PAGES. HOTEL ARIUYAL8. KEEP THE BOYS AND GIRLS HEALTHY AND STRONG Lei them use our Indian clubs and dumbells, 1-2 pound 5 paunds. iic to 90c. MADB .f hard maple, finely polished. to T LIKE BEND CORRESPONDENT GIVES TWO SIDES OF COl'NTRY. I .iiild Owners Are Enthusiastic Over the Now Irrigated District, But llomcwrvkvr Who Have Tested Uie Climate Are Against it Siiiil to lie l'nt) niul Soil Poor Both Sides of Case Told by Correspondent. Antelope, Ore., March 25. "Bend, I did you say? Well, yes. Are you ! going over into the Bend country?" I "That's where I ara headed lor. Do 1 ! you know anything about that sec- l tion of the world?" "Well, yes; I just came from there, and 1 think that it s just the country for u poor I man to go to. I've been up there for the last six months, took up a home- ; stead, bought 80 acres of land and have a part of It under cultivation the remainder Is all covered with good ...

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. — 27 March 1905

KIGI1T PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, HAIKU 27, 1905. VAB TITREB. Mislni Uiidter we ar SALE OF THE SEASON AT iALEXAMM FUECDAY March 28 For One Day Only THEaia N above date we will put on sale 350 Garments of Muslin Underwear, VALUE FROM $1.00 to $3.00, at one price for one day 95c O See them in our Show window. The Ene is composed of COR SET COVERS, SKIRTS, DRAWERS, NIGHT ROBES AND CHEMISE. Sale begins at 9 a. m. and closes at 6 p. m. This will be a money saving opportunity and well worth your while to attend ...This Big Sale... Watch for our next Saturday night EXTRA SPECIAL HIIIMmillllllllMHHMt)IHmOHHMIMMmOtHHMMMHIIMUMM WEALTH iN SHEEP WOOL AND LAMB CHOP WORTH HALF A MILLION. Umatilla County Will Produce 120,000 I-amhs Worth $150,000 and 2,225, 000 Pound of Wool Worth $358-, 000 Added to the County In 1905 Clip In the County WIU Average 10 Pounds Per Fleece All the Best Sheep Saved Over Last Year. Fully a half million dollars worth will be added to the ass...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 March 1905

PAGB FOUR. DAILY EAST ORKGOM.VN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MOMIVY, MARCH 27, 1905. EIGIrT PAGES.. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Fsb!tbI every afternoon (except 8nndaj ) at Pendleton. Orecon. by tbe EAST OKEGOMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SCUSCR1PTIOS RATES. TUHr. oo year, by mall $500 Pally, sti month, by mill I SO Dally, thrve months, by mall 1.25 IHilj.one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 klj. nil months, by mall 75 ekly, four month, by mall 50 .nil Weekly, one year, by mall 2.00 Rem) Weekly, all month, by mall... 1.00 eVml Weekly, three month, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlppe MrBa News Association. value a hundred fo'd. yet these lota escape their share of taxation, be cause they are vacant. Franchises are given to private Individuals, to be held as a harrier to other Investors, and yet the owner are not compelled to utilize these valuable properties. How foolish for a city to baiter away the people's rights in this. way. DKVKKS HAS BEEN CONVERTED. In a letter to a friend in Portland....

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 27 March 1905

EIGHT PA CI. DAILY EAST ORFGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 21, 1905. PAGE FIVE. i There Are Fads in Cor sets, but not in the Henderson WO.MKN BUY AND WKAIt THE 'NDKItSON III'.CAUSE IT IS STYLISH. COMI'HtTARLE, D1R AIU.K AND RKASONAHLK IN PRICK. IT'S NOT "THE FAD" TO W P.Alt A IIKNDERSON, POIt PADS AltK OP SHOUT DURATION. But it shows good nnent to wear a Henderson. And we slum- our good Judgment liy keeping a full line models suitable for your figure.. We'd be glnd to show them, whether you want to buy limnrdliitely or not. Lee Teutseh's DEPARTMENT STORE CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatom'a. Get sunny. U C Rader. Confectloni at Tatom'a. U C Rader. Qet sunny. Fine oranges at Tatom's. McAdams, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. Bunker Hill school Hhoes at Teutseh's. Just arrlveil, 2i styles latent and tyllHh tally cards. Nolfs. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Always pleased are smokers who boy at Howard's cigar store. New shirt waist suit...

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. — 27 March 1905

.1 PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON'. MONDAY, MARCH 27, IMS. KiGirr PAGES. NOT GOOD NOT HERE IS QUICK DELIVERY (MOD ODD ARE THE CHOICE OF DISCRIMINATING BUYERS, AMONG RICH AND POOR AIJKE, BECAUSE REASONABLE PRICES, COUPLED WITH HIGH QUALITY JUKE A COMBINATION II Ann To HIT AT orn JL?112 BY CU"18. GOOD GOODS, POLITE SERVICE, PROMPT DELIVERY. PROGRESSIVE METHODS, THE SPECIAL m OVfV Skv IS. QUAINTED WITH GOOD GOODS AT THE SAME OR LESS THAN YOU HAVE TO PAY ELSEWHERE FOR ORDINARY QUALITY. BKLOW MEAN TO GET YOU AO- Fifty Cases Oranges These Oranges are fancy stock, of good color and sweet They are extra large California navels, being regular too retailers. SPECIAL PRICE. 3 for 1 Oc. 40c doz Red Ribbon Perfection Asparagus We guarantee ethls brand of Asparagus to be the finest on the market, and without a doubt It Is much better than the fresh a paragus this time of year. We have the tips and the whole aspara gus In this brand. , sppwce' 30c per can The National Biscuit Co...

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. — 27 March 1905

EI GUT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONLAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 105. PAGE SEVEN. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Saloon Mun oil Uic Ruck. The Bumpier and Bourne saloon men who were arraigned yesterday before Circuit Judge Hum White In Baker City, charged with variouH crimen, Including keeping open on Sunday, selling liquors to minors and running gambling games, returned this morning from the county seat. None of them wore shackles, leg chulna, or handcuffs. They pleaded not guilty yesterday before the court and have Joined, It Is understood, with the Baker City saloon men In an agreement to fight the cases to the last deep ditch. State Senator John L. Rand has been retained to con duct the cases. He will be assisted ky Mayor Charles A. Johns, of Baker City, and Attorneys George Hentley and Charles P. Hyde. Among the Indicted saloon men are A. E. Dagany, P. D. Healey, - J. F. Melton, H. O. McCuiloch, Flnley Mc Donald, Harry Riley, E. E. Hauser, Q. M. Love, W. Sulliv...

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. — 27 March 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MARCH 27, 1B0.V EIGHT PAGES. OWL TEA HOUSE CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. MEETINGS FDR MEN PLANT WON'T DIE PENDLETON ACADEMY POS SESSES A RARE FLOWER. Lewlsla Redivlva Discovered by Lewla 100 Yean Ago, Was packed Away Three Yean In Botanical Cases and Then When Exposed to Sunlight, Began (ironing Specimen Found Near North Powder by Prof. W. H. Bleakney, of Pendleton Academy. A flowering plant that can be pressed, dried, packed away In the dark cases of an herbarium, separated by the botanist's knife and then when exposed to the sunlight and moistened In the soil will spring Into life and blossom as if it had never been re moved from its bed of earth, is the property of Pendleton Academy. The LewUla Redlvivla, first discov ered somewhere in the Northwest by Lewis and Clark 100 years ago, and found in rare Instances In the hills And mountains oi Oregon, is the won derful plant that withstands such treatment gnd yet survives. The fi...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 March 1905

( - - - - - "pmfflg :t'i.iiw'iMii ..uuJ, jjj . IflAlLYEVENINBEDlTIDH If iV (ftv. vON East Oregonlan advertising makes ' VV I 1 "' jlM A , . J I business come. 1 j ffwr mmgfiff,tii i-! ' xV "t-. nflP Jaj - - : -: ll wiifllMHMrMi'lWl IIWMfHT'-SIoMiii J. 13 WSMUJ. 'iWMiiiMwwgawiiiiiiiMiMiHjjy aniiM r Q . JAItY EVENING ED1TI0H WEATHER FORI CAST. Tonight ami Wednesday t- VOL. 18. PI :X1)LETOX, OHDTCOy, TUESDAY, MAKIH 28, " NO. .j.'U8 ELECTIONS LIPPINES :.Some ' Progress Toward Sfclf CGovemment Being Made in the Islands. : PEon.E MAY ELECT A fiEN ERAL-' ASSEMBLY. Governor Wright Iucs a Froclama I'tion Announcing tlie Completion or ttK: Root-nt Census or the Inland's : Population Hooscrvelt Attends Uio Funeral of tlie Mealcan Minister . at Wanliingtoii, at St. Matthew's Cafltollo - Church Permanent In .ferment In tlie City of Mexico. .uclamation an ..MlanlUi that Thtcensus of the Phil ippines Is completed and that in two years, provided peace prevails, an election will be called for a gene...

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. — 28 March 1905

J TEN PAGES. DAILY EAST ORK..0XIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, TCF.SRAY, MARCH 28, 0 KEEP THE BOYS AND GIRLS HEALTHY AND STRONG : Lei them use our Indian J clubs and Jumbells, 1-2 pound to o pounds, 25o to 90c. X MADE of hard maple, finely polished. , i R GLAKGEATOREEON GRAND m. h. i.kk takes notes in willamktti: valley, Xo Other Portion of Oregon F.xliihlts tlie Same Enterprise Seen In Eiist, ern Oregon Counties Rosoburir, Kiisem-. Irain nml Other Towns Are All Slow Compared to Pendle- (on. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL AXD OFFICE SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. Twenty-six thousand aliens 'rora Europe arrived at American Eastern ports during the week ending March 25. The freight department of the Ann-heuser-Busch Brewing company, and IT refrigerator cars burned. Loss, (Irant's Pass. March 28. Left Pen dleton at 11 p. m. and daylight found us at Roimeyville. We had a num ber of Eastern people as fellow trav elers, ami i hey were In ecstacles over I the scenery and it is truly grand tills time of ...

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. — 28 March 1905

TEN PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, IMS. PAGE THREE. T- 1 HOME OF THE SOROSIS SHOES FOIt LADIES. THE RELIABLE STORE i It Is luirdly necessary to commence on tlie above make of sliocs. 1'luit I hey Imve merit, every lady whu once won cither make will Kludly testify. We Imve Just received a big shipment and we will Mty right here that we have (without any fear of contradiction) the best lino of Indies' hIotto ever shown In Pendleton. HOME OP THE DALTON SHOES" FOR LADIES. 1 t THE SOROSIS SHOE Comes In the fallowing makes: Vlcl Kid, swing last, stock tip, mar; nlsh heel ........ Vlel Klfl, patent tip, French heel, tu:ii sole . Gun metal, heavy welt sole, Blucher cut, military heel Vlcl kid, patent tip, turn sole, Cuban heel T Tan viol kid, mannish heel, welt sole. Viol kid, swing .last, patent tip, mili tary heel JE.VNESS MILLER SHOE. $3.50 $3.50 $3,50 $3.50 $3.50 $3.50 Vol Iclfl, heavy welt sole, .patent tip, mannish heel Gun metul velours, colt, heav...

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. — 28 March 1905

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PEN DLETON, OREGON, TI KSIlAY, MARCH 2H, 1905. TEN PAGES. PAGE FOUR. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. abllsbd every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the . EAST OKKGOMAX PUBLISHING COMFANY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Tatly, one year, by mall Pally, ali montha, by mall Oally, three montha, by mall 4'aally.one month, by mall Weekly, one year, by mall Weekly, alx montha. by mall Weekly, four montha. by mall Vrfrtl-Weekly, one year, by mall.... Wmt-Vetkty, aix months, by mall.. .YeekIy, three montha, by mall. .$5.00 , 2.50 . 1.25 . .(10 , 1.50 , .75 , .50 2.00 1.00 . .50 Member Serlppe Mcliae Neva Association. The Fast Orejjonlan Is on sale at R. B. HV'b'a News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perklna. Portland, Oregon. San Francisco Bureau. 408 Fourth St. fhlraico Bureau, 000 Security llnlldlnit. Washlnzton. IV C, Bureau, 601 14th St., m. w. Telephone Main 11. (reared at Pendleton PoatoMce aa second claaa matter. morally Iniquitous and socially de structive,"...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 March 1905

",t. - TEX PAGES. DAILY BA9T OREOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1905. pact imi 4 44j444 NOT GOOD NOT HERE It 4 ODDS' S" ABB flBb. u r YA v ) crm un OnGDQD IS QUICK ; DELIVERY RTOKF mTiHM ''" UKCAKKK REASONABLE PRICES, COUPLED WIT1I HIGH QUALITY, MAKE A COMBINATION HARD TO BHAT. OCR OLUKTTIl SSS0 I OL,,I: KKKVII-H PROMPT DELIVERY, PROGRESSIVE METHODS. THE SPECIAL PRICES QUOTED BELOW MEAN TO GET YOU AC- OLAIN 11.11 Willi GOOD GOODS AT THE SAME OH LESS THAN YOU HAVE TO PAY ELSEWHERE TOR ORDINARY QUALITY. Fifty Cases Oranges . Those Oranges are fancy stock, of good color and sweet. They are extra lurgo California navels, being rcgulur 00c retailers. SPECIAL PRICE. V 3 for 1 Oc. 40c doz Red Ribbon Perfection Asparagus Wo guarantee ctlil.s brand of Asparagus to lie the finest on the. market, and without a donlit it Is much better than the fresh as paragus this time of year. We have the tips and the whole aspara gus in this brand. SPECIAL i price 30c per can The National Biscu...

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. — 28 March 1905

t SELL INDIAN LAND PLAN TO OPEN A IX. IiARGE RESERVATIONS. ! crnor. Joseph V. Folk of Missouri, llenrv Prltchett. president of the I Massachusetts Institute of Technolo gy, anil District Attorney Jerome of New York. Governor Folk Is expect- .1 to speak on current political ls- ues. Tne limner win ue item in uie ami hull room of the Waldorf-As toria. HEROISM IN ANIMALS. Commissioner Ieupp anil President - Roosevelt Would Open Kit Indian Lands to Settlement Quarter of a Million or Rich I-and to Be Put Pp on the Market ' Iirnlsli Homes (or Thousands. Washington, March 28. The West haa much to expect from Commis sioner - Leupp of Indian Affairs. Speaking- to the Scripps-McRae cor respondent the other day the com missioner outlined a policy which undoubtedly will be welcome news to the West. The commissioner announced that during; the next four years it would be his aim to throw open every Indi an reservation In the country, and that he hoped to leave his office with the satisfaction of ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 March 1905

s TEN PAGE3. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 28,. 105. PAGE SEVEN. There Are Fads in Cor sets, but not in the Hen derson WOMEN BUY AND WEAR THE 'NDERSON BECAUSE IT IS STYLISH, COMFORTABLE, DUR ABLE AND REASONABLE IN PRICE. ITS NOT "THE FAD" TO W EAR A HENDERSON, FOR FADS ARE OF SHORT DURA TION. . " But it shows good Igment to wear a Henderson. sti eoo. , juc And wo show our good Judgment by keeping a full line models suitable for your figure.. We'd be glad to show Uicm, hIk-Umt you wiint to buy Immediately or not. Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatcra's. Get sunny. U C Rader. ' Confections at Tatom's. U C Rader. Get sunny. Fine oranges at Tatom's. , McAdams, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. Highest cash price for second-hand roods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Indian clubs and dumb helix, 3,1c to 90c. N'nlf's book more. Always pleased are smokers who buy at Howard's cigar store. New shirt waist suits, (9-00 and 110.00; world beat...

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. — 28 March 1905

J- V J PAGE EIGHT. DATLT EAST ORBGONHN. PENTLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH ig, 105. TEX PAGES. '.r REAL SANITATION JAPAN APPLIES WHAT THE AMERICANS PREACII. Her Example During the Present War Marks the Beginning of an Epoch In the History of Surgery, Medics and Sanitation Site lias Taught the Wisest of Nations and Individ uals Great Lessons. Says the Seattle Star: Sanitation Is accepted throughout the civilized world as a theory. It has remained for the armies of Japan to accept It In strict practice and actually demon strate its saving grace. The astonishing Information has been given out by the chief surgeon of General Oku's army that from May I last year, when It landed in Korea and began active service, till Decem ber 19, only 40 men died of diseases. There were 25,000 cases of sickness, but of these only about BOO were cases of typhoid fever and dysentery; which are usually the great scourges of armies. Within the same period more than 21,000 men were wounded, 16 per cent of who...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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