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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 28 March 1905

- T " ... TEN FAGT DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, ORBGON, TUESDAY, MARCH S8, 105. PAGE NINE. ATTORNEYS. f V- AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Man Found Ieul. Conrad Layer, a prosperous far mer living one mile south of Mohler, was found lying on the floor of his bouse with u bullet through hlK head at 10:30 o'clock Hunduy morn kng and died tit 2:40 that afternoon without having recovered conscious ness. Every effort was made to save the man's life, but the bullet from a .22 calibre rifle had entered bis forehead and penetrated his brain, causing his death shortly be tore 3 o'clock this afternoon. The .22 calibre rifle, with an aipty cartridge in the barrel, lay Bear the body, and when found Layer was lying face downward with his arms doubled under his body. It has not yet been determined whether he was shot last night or this morn hag, but an inquest will be held to alght and it is hoped that some solu tion of the mystery may be reached. Up to this time the case Is entirely...

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. — 28 March 1905

DAILY EAST ORBGOX1AN. ffEXDXL ttOS.', OltKWK, TUESDAY, M.MiVll is, 1U05. TEX PAGES. f i K. OF PJUIGI SIX THOtWAND BELONG TO f ORDER IN THIS STATE. I Come it MR. AND M Its. E. P. D TURN lltOM WED1 Ot)M UK UG TRIP. PAGE TEN. BACK FROM Dili ipsa I I If Agata Mora people tried our "MOTHER'S PUIPE" coffee Saturday 4 than we expected. This has lead us to believe more people are In- !j terested In good coffee than we Imagined. 4 We will serve our "-I00 IUjEND" free, Tuesday and Wednesday, and "OWL SPECIAL" the next three days, between 3 and 5 p. m. !j Come and try It. Tou will not be asked to buy. OWL TEA HOUSE I 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 ! ii CHINESE PETITION COUNCII Opposed to "Sumptuary I legislation" and in Favor of "Personal Liber t ty." Chinese residents of Pendleton have signed a petition to the city council asking that Chinamen be Al lowed to smoke opium. The petition recites that such practice la allowed m China, where most of the residents here grew to manhood and where they ...

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. — 29 March 1905

OAllY EVEN iNG EDITION DAIiy EVENING EDITION Money makes the mare go, and Kast Gregonlan advei Using mukes business come. WEATHER FORECAST. Tonlsht and Thursday, showers. VOL. 18. TEXDLETOX, OH Eft OX, WUIVNESD. 2SDAY, M ' J? : -!, 1 ;().. NO. 5319 r PUBLIC OPINION NEA RUNMHO Business Men Almotl With out Division Favor Celebrat ing the Fourth of luly. THE EXPOSITION' Will, HAVE NO EFFECT UPON IT. All Relieve In the Advisability of Mak ing; an Early Beginning; of Prrpa ratiuns, and of ThuroiigliiiCHK In Muklng Thorn To Celebrate Is a Duty the Town Owex to ItH People and to llK' People Who Make This a Trading, Social and Educational (iiut Hut One lUitincss Man Is Adv Shall Pendleton celebrate the Fourth of July this year? Now that the date Is but three months off the matter Is being discussed among lo cal residents, and it is felt that the subject should be decided before many weeks. Other towns are now getting In the field, and are making preparations for the holiday. What bearing wi...

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. — 29 March 1905

p Mm PAGE TWO. DAH.Y BAST ORHGOMAX, TENDUSTOX, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905. EIG1FT PAGES. HOTEL AIUUYALS. KEEP THE BOYS AND GIRLS HEALTHY AND STRONG Let them use our Indian clubs and dumbells, 1-2 pound to E pounds, S5c to 90c. , T MADE of hard maple, finely i polished. A 'S IIP RONAXZ A MINE SAID TO HE IMMENSELY RICH. Al tiolner May He Working on Tip CJIven by S. i. Williams Just Before llii Death Chimneys of Very Rioli Ore Said to He Illiltlen In i!h Bo nanza Can He Made to Pay f 10.000. FREDERICK NOLF & CO. school and office sctplies. GENERAL NEWS. A canoe upset at San Diego, Cal., drowning Harry Hayes and the Misses Lucy and Helen Baker. , A bill -to grant women full suffrage In Norway was killed In the lower house of the storthing by a vote of 43 to 33. A Tennesse law prohibiting betting In any form on races of any kind in that state will go Into effect next De cember. J. Pierpont Morgan, nn escaped California convict, suicided by jump ing off a steamer and drowning r...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 March 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREOOMAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 190S. page nmr.K. M I I t M tt HOME OK THE SOROSIS SHOES FOR LADIES. THE RELIABLE STORE s HOME OF THE DAIJOX SHOES f FOR LADIES. ALEXANDERS It Is hardly necessary to commend on tho above make of shoes. That they have merit, every lady who once wore either make will Cliully testify. Wo have Just received a big shipment and we will iy right here that we have (without any fear of contradiction ) the bet line of ladies' shoes ever shown in Pendleton. THE SOROSIS SHOE Comes In the following make: Vlcl Kid, swing last, stock tip, man- A nlsh heel .......... $iJU i Vlcl Kid, patent tip, French heel, turn d 1 y sole ipj.JVJ Run metal, heavy welt -sole, Blucher "1 vf cut, military heel tflO. JVl Vlcl kid, patent tip, turn sole, Cuban Cft heel )J(JVl Tan vlcl kid, mannish heel, welt sole. $3.50 Vlcl kid, swing last, -patent tip, mill- fl (T ( tary heel tpOxJVJ JENNESS MILLER SHOE. Vlcl kid, heavy welt sole, patent tip, ...

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. — 29 March 1905

PAGB FOUR. DAILY BAST ORBGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAIU'll 2, lO.V MIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. PotIUbd every afternoon (except Sunday) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST OREGOMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. scnscniPTioN rates. Pally, one year, by mall 15.00 Pally, six montha, by mall 2. AO Dally, thr montha, bv niall 1.25 Lttily.on mouth, by biall no Weekly, one year, by mall... i.ro Weekly, alx months, by mall 75 Weekly, four montha, by mall 50 8eml-eekly, one year, by mall 2.00 Semi-Weekly, alx months, by mall... 1.00 Beml-Weekly, three montha, by mall.. .50 Member 8crtpns Mcliae New Association. The I'ast OrtRonlan Is on aale at B. B. Rich's Newa Stand at Hotel Portland and Bote) Terklns, l'oriland, Oregon. San Franrlsoo Durean, 408 Fourth St. Chicago Bureaa, 909 Security Handing. Washington. 1. C, Bureau, 501 14th 8u a. w. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton I'ostofflce as aecond claaa matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to appear In the ...

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. — 29 March 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1905. PAGE ITVE. i There Are Fads in Cor sets, but not in the Henderson WO.MKN ItUY AND WEAR THE "NDERSON RECAUSE IT IS STYLISH, COM PORTABLE, DUR AISLE AND REASONABLE IV PRICE. ITS NOT "THE PAD" TO WEAR A HENDERSON, FOR PADS ARE OP SHORT DURA. TION. PERSONAL MENTION But it shows good igment to wear a Henderson. Anil we show our cood Jmliniient hv km 'nlnir h full Hup models suitable for jour figure... We'd lie glad to show them, whether you want to buy Immediately or not. Lee Teutsch's I DEPARTMENT STORE n CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatom's. Qet sunny. U C Rader. Confections at Tatom's. U C Rader. Get aunny. Fine oranges at Tatom's. McAdams, wood and coal. Best wood and coal, McAdams. .Bunker Hill school shoes at Teutsch's. 0c to Jl.UD for a fine Hue French trout baskets. Null's. Highest cash price for second-hand woods at Sharon & Eddlngs'. Always pleased are smokers who buy nt Howard's cigar stor. New shir...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 March 1905

J' .-,, PAGE SIX. DAILY KAST ORKGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1U5. EIGHT PAGES. PROGRESS C GOTKRXOlt OF SHANTUNG IS A PHILANTHROPIST. Chinese Offleuil Has Introduced Western Way Into His Country Modern Schools and Colleges Estab ,lLshel and Many Advances Made in One of Ute Largest Provinces of the Empire. House Work New Tork, March 29. The changes which are taking place In China in re gard to the attitude of the Chinese toward Americans and other foreign ers, is Indicated In a remarkable way In advices just received from a mis sionary In Chinan-fu by the Presby terian Board of Foreign Missions, re cording recent acts of his excellency, Chou-fu, governor of Shantung prov ince. This governor la now over TO years of age, and his ability and energy are shown by the facts that he has with in the last two years opened a mili tary school, reorganized the police force of the city, and has constructed In its environs several miles of ma cadamized road. To superintend these ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 March 1905

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Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 29 March 1905

PACK EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGONLYN, FENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAHC'H 29, 1905. RIGHT PAGESi 4 T Ag&m Mora people tried our "MOTHER'S PRIDE" coffee Saturday than m expected. This has lead us to believe more people are In terested In good coffee than we Imagined. We will serve our "400 BLEND" free, Tuesday and Wednesday, and "OWL SPECIAL" the next three days, between 3 and 5 p. m. Come and try it. You will not be asked to buy. OWL TEA HOUSE TTTTTTTTr ANNEX TO THE HOTEL ST. GEORGE COST APPROXIMATELY TEX THOUSAND DOLLARS. Will Afford Space for a Kitchen, Bil liard and Card Rooms, Storage Space for the Kitchen and for Other Business All the Present First Floor Apartments of the Building Will Be Enlarged. i Plana are now being drawn by Howard & Swingle for an addition to the Hotel St George, that will cost j in the neighborhood of 110,000. The Improvement will be in the form of' an annex to the rear of the present building, and it will be 60x50 feet in extent and one story high,...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 March 1905

DAILY EVEHIHBED1TIQH Economical people always read advertising. It helps them prac tice economy. OAIIY EVENING EDITION r ' WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight fair, freezing tempera ture. Friday fair and warmer. ; ay m a S VOL. 18. PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAKCH :J(, 1903 N0.5320 V EXTRA SESSION (TIT Will be Called for the Purpose of Considering Railroad Rate Legislation. COMMERCE COMMISSION AND WESTERN TARIFFS. Railroad Official Will lie Hauled On to the Carpet May 8 to Explain Some Coast Rates From Missouri River Poiiita Monctt Claims Rail roads Discriminate In Favor of the Packing Houses and Produees Hlb Evidence Not After Additional Testimony in Smoot Case Cruiser Brooklyn to Haiti. Washington, March 30. The pres ident told a number of senators and congressmen this morning he expect ed to call an extraordinary session of congress for consideration of railroad rate legislation about October IS. Look Into Coast Tariffs. Washington, March 30. The In terstate commerce commission has Is su...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 30 March 1905

DAILY BAST OIUWOXIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAKC1I 30, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AT PENDLETON'S FAMOUS STORE BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS Best on Earth For Sale Here CHINA AND GLASSWARE Bought here is money saved TBfl EM 0, WHERE IT PAYS TO TRADE TAQB TW. W NO EXCUSE FOR SEWING NOW! OUR READY-TO-WEAR DE PARTMENT IS FULL TO OVERFLOWING WITH ALL NEW THINGS IN LADIES", MISSES AND CHILDREN'S READY-TO-WEAR GAR MENTS THOROfCHLY PERFECT MADE PERFECT IN FIT AND PERFECT IN STYLES, AT A PRICE WHERE SEWING WILL SEEM INCONSISTENT WITH ECONOMY. Misses' Two-Piece Suit Mailt of fine imlity white French lawn; klrt with deep hh'ivl ruffle. rinislioii m'M t i tiii jit Ixittniii ;ii liCMtltHl Midi one row of liwrtion YVal-t Inii joke of a'l-nvt'r i;iv, tlc-p ruffle, trimmed with two row inser tion. In sizes from II to 20 years. Price $5.25 Very similiir 'dresses in white, and In siies 4 to 14 years, at $2.r5 and $3.75 Each White Dress Suspender Dresses Made of good tiiality gingham nhite lilonse, with three t...

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. — 30 March 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCTI SO, 1905. PAGE THREE. I to t t H' 1 1 1 1 II M I HI 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 II I II I EXTRA SPECIAL AT "If. SATURDAY, APRIL 1st From 7 to 9 p. m. ON ACCOUNT OF THE INCLEMENT WEATHER LAST SATURDAY NIGHT, THAT MANY COULD NOT ATTEND OUR EXTRA SPECIAL SALE, WE ARE ASKED BY M ANY TO COXTlNl'E THE SHOE SALE. YOU WILL FIND IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO ATTEND THIS SATURDAY NIGHTS SALE. THE BARGAINS ARE GENUINE, AS THOSE WHO HAVE ATTENDED OUR SATURDAY NIGHT KALES WILL TESTIFY. SHOE DEPARTMENT. About 65 pairs ladles' shoes, hear welt extension sole, worth from $3 to S3.S0; Saturday night, from 7 $1.95 FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT. 60 dosen ladles' handkerchiefs, worth from Mc to 15c; Saturday night, 1 to I p. an 10 dosen dressing combs, the 15c kind; 7 to 9 Saturday night .05c .07c 5 dozen ladle' Im-IIh, good value at 75c and $1.00; Saturday night, 7 to 0. . About 50 ladles' collars, latest style and good value at 75- and $1.00; from 7 t...

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. — 30 March 1905

PAGB four. DAILY BAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER, Publlahnj every afternoon ( except 8anday) at Pendleton. Oregou, by ttaa EAfT OKEGONIAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Dally, one year, bj mall $5 00 Daily, tlx months, by mall 2.50 Pally, three months, dt mall 1.25 allj,one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 WeeWiy, all montha. by mall 75 Weekly, four monlht, by mall 50 fl-ral-Weakly, one year, by mall 2.00 fceml-Weekly, six montha, by mall... 1.00 Betnl-Weekly, three montha, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlppa-McBae New Association. The Eaat Oregonlan la on sale at B. B. Rlrb'a Nea-a Stnnds at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins. Portland. Oregon. San Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth Bt. ChioaRo I'.ureao. 000 Security HaUdlng. Washington. I'. C. Bureau, 501 14th St, . W.' Telephone Main 11. Entered at Tendloton Poatofflce as second claaa 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. — 30 March 1905

QGirr pages. DAILY EAST OKEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905. PAGE I IMS. hSpIrson There Are Fads in Cor sets, but not in the Henderson 'NOKItSON ,7 STYLISH, ( WOMEN BUY AND WEAR THE ORSON BECAUSE IT IS COMFORTABLE, DUR- :H,K AND REASONABLE IN i'KICR ITS NOT "THE FAD" TO WEAR A HENDERSON, FOR FADS ARE OF SHORT DURATION. But it shows good 3 I judgment to wear a Henderson. J X Aud we show ouv good Judgment by keeping a full lino .1 models suitable for your figure.. We'd Ik? glad to allow them, ...iiik i .i.Mi mini in miy unnicmiiiciy or not. v Lee Teutsch's j DEPARTMENT STORE ! CITY BREVITIES Nuts at Tatom'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. Bunker Hill school shoes at Teutsch's. All popular music, 2 Si' per copy. EMit'h Music Co. New line baby no-carts, $2.95 to $14.50. Nolf's book store. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon & Eddings...

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. — 30 March 1905

DAILY EAST ORBOOWAV, PENDLETON, OREGON, THI'ItSUAY, MARCH 89, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. 25TH ANNIVERSARY Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAC, Proprietor. i GRAND KEEP THE BOYS AND GIRLS HEALTHY AND STRONG OPENING THK SALVATION' AltMY CAM K TO UNITED STATES IN' 1880. Mot With Opposition Tlmt Was Ie- IllHTute With Persecution First tnvcrt In America Was "Ash Bar rel Jimmy" First Work Entirely Spiritual, Hut is Now Largely Pruc Ucal ami Reformatory. OUR OPENING SALE IX OUR NEW STORE IS A GItEAT SUCCESS. Every department has its bargains this week PAGE SIX. SALE Let them use our Indian cluba an 4 dumbells, 1-1 pound to 5 pounds, 35c to 00c. MADE of hard maple, finely polished. f FREDERICK NOLF & CO. SCHOOL. ANT) OFFICE SUPPLIES. GENERAL NEWS. An entirely new Italian cabinet has been organized. The total baled cotton crop of the United States for 1904 was 13,697,782 bales. The entire business section of Ma rion, Kentucky, has been burned Loss, 1200,000. The first time a queen of England ever vi...

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. — 30 March 1905

MGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLBTON, ORBOON, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Market rnml for tiolcoiulu Itomls. General Manager H. H. Mc Carthy, of the reorganized Golconda mine, arrived In Sumpter this morn lug, accompanied by Ills son, to take up his resilience In this camp. He will leave In a few days for the mine to look over'condltlons there and de termine Just what material and sup plies are needed for early resumption of operation on a scale commensur ate with known richness of the fa mous old producer. The annual meeting of the Ool conda company will he held at Pen dleton on April 8. rt which lime final details for floating a $90,000 bond Is sue will he complete-!. II ..nuger Mc Carthy Is authority for the statement ho, .i,, , " , . . . ,Z """"""the Hutfhlnson Bros, to the Union for the bonds, and that the cash de rived from their sale will be immedi ately available upon the authoriza tion of the Issue by the new board o...

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. — 30 March 1905

DAILY EAST ORBGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, Till RSDAY, MARCH 30, 1901. EIGHT PAGES. -a-n.,,,aa tTTTTTTI TEACHERS AT E SURVEY CALLED OFF 444444444444444444444444444"444444444- KNDLETON It. R. & COAL to. CALLS IN THE PARTY. TAGE EIGHT. XT AgaSi More people tried our "MOTHER'S PRIDE" coffee Saturday than we expected. This has lend us to believe more people are In terested in good coffee than we Imagined. v We will serve our 'MOO BLEND" free, Tuesday and Wednesday, . and "OWL SPECIAL" the next three days, between 3 and 5 p. m. Come and try it. You will not be asked to buy. . OWL TEA HOUSE ETO GRADUATE HIGH SCHOOL PREPARES FOR COMMENCEMENT. School Events of die Chins of the School Year Claim Attention of Students Oratorical Contest at Ba ker City on May 20 Declamatory Contest and Field Meet at Walla Walla on May 12 Pendleton Tracts Team Doing Good Work. Pendleton high school will gradu ate a class of nine this year, and al-1 ready preparations are under way for the commencement exercis...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 March 1905

0AILYEVENIN6EDITIOH WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight rain, warmer Satur day rain. 0A1LYEYEH1NGEDITI0H Economical people always read advertising. It helps them prac tice economy. tow .vast PENDLETON, OltEGOX, FIJI DAY, 3IAHCJI 1. 11M)3. IS O. 5321 VOL. 18. 10 MEET APRIL 1 Six Weeks Will Be Spent Ex Examining Into Railroad Rates and Discriminations. BILL BE PREPARED FOR NEXT SESSION CONGRESS. The Japanese System of Scientific Wrestling Will Hereafter Be Taught at Both the Nuval and Military Academies Minister Bow en at Caracas Found to lie Exon erated and Vindicated by the Fact He Did Not Exceed Ills Instruc tions Nor Supersede Ills Authority, and the State Department Is Ko - sponsible. Washington, March 21. Senutur Elkins, chairman of the senate com mittee on Interstate commerce, as sured the president toduy the Inves tigation of the rullroud rule question will be taken up during the presi dent's absence In the West. The com mittee will meet April 17. Enough witnesses ufe summoned to keep t...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 31 March 1905

PAOB TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY. MARCH SI, 1905. TEN PAGES. KEEP THE BOYS AND GIRLS HEALTHY AND STRONG Let them use our Indian clubs and dumbells, 1-2 pound to 6 pounds, S.V- to 90c. MADE of hard maple, finely polished. FREDERICK NOLF k CO. . SCHOOL AND OFFICE 6UPPLIES. CENTRAL NEWS. Close political affiliation is being sought by many British politicians be tween Canada and the British West Indies. Russell Sage, the great money maker. Is in very feeble health and no longer able to transact business nt his office in Wall street. The recently concluded treaty be tween Afghanistan and Great Britain Is said to greatly strengthen the iat ter's position in Southern Asia. Japan Is demanding J100.000 in demnity of Denmark for permitting the Baltic fleet to coal at Danish ports en route to the Far East. Archbishop Williams, of Boston, Is no longer able to look after affairs. He Is 80 year ?f age and recently underwent a surgical operation. Captain G. W. Kirfcman, of...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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