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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 1 May 1905

E3GUT PAGES, DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGOX, MONDAY, MAY 1, IW5. PAGE SEVEN. I AMONG THE EXCHANGES OF THE INLAND EMPIRE Condon In 'After Water. A contract for drilling the new city well was signed ui last Saturrtnv h. twecn Mayor Uelsuther and Recorder Goodwin acting for the city, and James w. Green, an, experienced well driller of Portland. The contract calls for a well 10 Inches In diameter not to exceed 1000 feet In depth, except bv anecliil biti-bb. ment, the city to have the right to stop arming at any time that a suf ficlent amount of water la .,ht.-,i,,o,i The price agreed upon Is to be $6 per root to a depth of 500 feet, $3800 for 600 feet, $4700 for $700 feet, $5700 for 800 feet, $11700 for 900, and $8000 for 1000 feet. If the well la less than 500 feet deep when completed the cltv to pay transportation charges on the drilling machinery from Portland to Condon, but If the well exceeds that depth the contractor stands that ex pense. Work Is to begin at the ear liest...

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. — 1 May 1905

DAILY EAST OREGOXIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. HOTEL EASTERN FIRE GRANDE FLUKED 4 I Fake! Fake!! Gold Dollars PAGE EIGHT. MAY Fake!!! That Is what some say of any new thing. We have a new line of "Prescut" glass. This class might Indeed be call ed a "fake," for it resembles cut glass so closely that even experts are puzzled. Ask for our little booklet en titled, "Crystal Facts.", It tells you all about it. : for 75c would not be greater bargains than "Mother's Pride" coffee for 25 cents. Do you know that you are getting greater value than some coffees at 35 cents? If you don't, we do. Try it and see. We cannot praise it enough. It will stand more and then some. i OWL TEA HOUSE t SIX BARS SILK SOAP 25c a - t GAMBLING GOING MOST OP THE "SPOUTS" WILL LEAVE THE CITY. A Few Will Hang on Hoping to Be Allowed to Open After the Grand Jury Adjourns Campaign Against Gambling, However, Will Not Oeae Information Will Be Gathered and Prosecutions Will Follow Every Att...

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. — 2 May 1905

DAILY EVENING EDITION DAILY EVENING ED1TI0H WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Wednesday cloudy with showers. Progressive merchants find ad vertising a most profitable invest ment VOL. 18. PEXDLETOX, OTiEGCXN", TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1903. NO. 53 18 WESTERN RUSSIA IS Soldiery From "the Empire's Frontier Engaged in Sup pressing Revolution. COSSACKS KIIJi 18 AND WOUND 24 LABORERS. Rioting With Fatal Results at Lodz, Poland TurouglKJut Poland a Gen eral Smite Has Been Called by the Social Democracy, Provoked by Unprovoked Assassination of La borersForty Persona Were Killed In the Rioting at Warsaw, and Other Casualties Are Reported Fifth Japanese Loan Placed. Warsaw, May 2. The city Is quiet today.' The bodies of .30 odd persons killed In the rioting yesterday are yet unidentified. Ten wounded have died in hospitals. ' Workmen are go ing from factory to factory today, trying to inaugurate a strike. . Another collision between soldiers and workmen Is reported, in which the -soldiers killed or wound...

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. — 2 May 1905

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREGONTAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. I Victor Talking Machine Agency HIS MASTERS VOICE VICTOR TAL1XG MACHINES ARE CLEAR. LOUD, SWEET SOUNDING. DON'T CONFUSE THESE MACHINES WITH CHINESE FIDDLES. i $15 to $65 COLUMBIA AND EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, $5.00 TO Sn.oo. CYLINDER AND DISC REC ORDS. 25c TO $1.50. AN IM MENSE LINE TO SELECT FROM. Frederick Nolf & Co. SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUP PLIES. GENERAL NEWS. An Italian wood-chopper was found hacked to death and another dying from stab wounds in the woods near Arkville, N. Y. , Ignace Paderewski, the pianist. lately suffered from the first stages of nervous prostration, at New York. He is convalescing rapidly. Floods on the mid-Rio Grande has broken the levees In the neighbor ' hood of El Paso, Texas, and destroy ed thousands of acres of alfalfa and other crops. The London Sportsman Is author ity for the statement that the stallion St. Maclou has been sold to Sulzber ger, the famous German horse fa...

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. — 2 May 1905

I EIGIIT PAGES. DAILY EAST OUEGONIAJf, PENDLETON, OKECON. TVKKOAY. MAY 2, 1905. PAGE THREE. ALEXANDER'S A HOME INDUSTRY Blue Mountain Creamery Co. SOUTH END PROSPEROUS AND FAIR TO LOOK UI'OX Great Activity In Livestock Tranwir tinii Farming Land Can Yet Be Bought at Moderate Prices Uk'ali WIIX CLAIM. THE ATTENTIOX OF Will Celebrate the fourth of July LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN THIS WEEK i With a Two-day Progrumv F.xti'ii slve Improvement at Hi(Uuvn.v Springs. UK AH WE ARE SOLE AGENTS IX)R THE j Celebrated Sorosis Shoes FOR LADIES. YOU KNOW THE REST; THEY ARE THE BEST. OUR STOCK OF D ALTON'S OXFORDS IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN. WE HAVE THEM IN LACE OR BUTTON, IN BLACK, WHITE, RUS SET AND CHAMPAGNE. THIS IS THE SEASON FOR THEM. - FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN OUR Little Giant School Shoes ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE FURTHER MENTION. THEY COME IN THE MEDIUM AND LIGHT WEIGHTS FOR SUMMER WEAR. THEN THERE ARE THE LITTLE TOTS i WE HAVE PROVIDED FOR THEM ALSO Moloney Bros. Make SOUNDS GOOD AND ARE...

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. — 2 May 1905

I PAGE FOUR. DAILY jAST OHKGOMAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published erery afternoon (except Bandar) at Pendleton, Oregon, by tbe EAST OREGON IAN PI BUSHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Dally, one year, by mail Dally, six months, by mail... Dully, three months, by mail... Dally, one month, by mall.... Weekly, one year, by mall .... Weekly, six months, by mall. . . Weekly, four months, by mail. .$5.00 . !.60 . 1.25 . .50 . 1.60 . .76 . .50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall, 1.50 Semi-Weekly, six months, by mail .75 Semi-Weekly, four months, mall. .50 Member Scrlpps-McRae News Asso ciation. The East Oregonian Is on sale at B. B. Rich's News Stands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Port land, Oregon. San Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth street. Chicago Bureau, 90 1 Security Bids. Washington. D. C. Bureau, 601 14th 8t. N. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofflce second-class matter. NOTICR TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertisi...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 2 May 1905

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905. page nva Graphophone Free CALL AT STORE FOR PARTICULARS Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES Get tunny. U C Rader. Beet wood and coal, McAdama. See .WIthee for gasoline engines and pumps. Largest roll of toilet paper In town for 10c. Noirs. New suits and top coats of all wool en fabrics at Roosevelt's. We pay cash for your old school books. Nolf's book store. Highest cash price for second-hand goods at Sharon . & Eddlngs'. Ask your grocer for Blue Mountain batter, 30c pound, BEc roll. For Sale 4 -room cottage and two lots, 11000; 316 Jane street The shoe trade at Roosevelt's Bos ton store Is Increasing very rapidly. The St. ' George restaurant, open day and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprie tress. By all means see the swell line of shirts we are showing for $1.25. Lee Teutsch's store. When you have second-hand goods for sale, see Graham & Hunter, for the highest cash price. Special bargains on...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 2 May 1905

PAGE sn. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUF.SD AY, MAY 2, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. UTAHWQOLUUTLQQK THIS YEAR'S CROP IS HHINGING HIGH PRICE. months' to come, but It Is stated that at the next legislature an effort will be made by the Utah breeders to have the law repealed. Utah does not charge Wyoming a tax. for sheep coming In from that stute, and the breeders of this state think they should have similar courtesy. MINNESOTA AXD THE TRUSTS. Southern Utah Wool Sold at 20 Cent Per Pound, the HUrlx Price on Record Average Prices Above ! Those of Last Year Great Im provements In Quality of Stieep and Wool Wyoming Assesses a Gnu lug Tax on Outside Slteep. The shearing of sheep through Utah was resumed Monday, and from this time to the first of May it is ex pected there will be no further cessa tion in the clip, says the Salt Lake Herald. The shearers were busy In the corrals at Black Rock. Fairfield and Milford, and it Is expected that the clip this week will be a record breaker. Cons...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 2 May 1905

DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. j AMONG THE EXCHANGES I OF THE INLAND EMPIRE New Cutlicdrul for llolsc. The building as shown by drawings m symmetrical unil pleasing; the de sign being In Romanesque style of architecture In which no many grand cathedrals have been built. Broad arcaried entrances 40 feet In width with broad steps leading thereto, and are flanked on either side by beauti fully designed Romanesque towers, rising to the extreme height of 160 feet. The material for the construction has not been fully settled upon, but it will probably be cut stone for foun dation nnd granite brick, with cut tone . trimmings for superstructure! The cost of the building depends on the sale to some extent- of, some church property that will run up in total, to a good round figure. The enclosing of the building without In terior finishing, decorating, healing plumbing or furnishing It is expected will cost In the neighborhood of 360, 00. It Is quite...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 2 May 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1005. EIGIIT PAGES. Fake! Fake!! Fake!!! That is what some say o( any new thing. We have a new line of "Prescut" glass. This glass might Indeed be call ed a "fake," for It resembles cut glass so closely that even experts are puzzled. Ask for our little booklet en titled, "Costal Facta." It" tells you all about It Gold Dollars for 75c would not be greater bargains than "Mother's Pride" coffee for 25 cents. Do you know that you art getting greater value than some coffees at 35 entsT If you don't, we do. Try It and see. We cannot praise it enough. It will stand more and then some. OWL TEA HOUSE SIX BARS SILK SOAP 25c. . . i . m m a. -M a aaB, AsVi VTTtTtTTTTTTTTtTtTTTT V I V I TTl SEVENTY-TWO MILES OF DITCH CHEAT ACTIVITY IN IRRI GATION IX UMATILLA. Over 25 Per Cent Increase in Alfalfa Acreage la Butter Creek In Past Year 52,000 Pounds of Seed Sold at Echo AC 20 Pounds Pec Acre, This Means 2600 Acres Seeded in a Year ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 3 May 1905

DA1LYEVEH1NBED1T10H WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Thursday fair, light front tonight. 0A1LYEVENINGEDITI0N Progressive merchants find ad vertising a most profitable Invest ment, v TENDLETOX, OKEGOX, WEDNESDAY, MATjf B05 (). 5340 VOL. 18. 11 1'; " TO BE A MARVEL People Do Not Understand the Scope of the Lewis and Clark Fair. STRESS BUREAU AGENT TEUlfi OF ITS MAGNITUDE. Viable PlUlllps, Who Has Just Visited Boise and Baker City la the Interest of Uio Fair, Is Enthusiastic Over the Rexulta of Ilia Visit Fair Will Bring Uie People of Utn Middle West and the Northwest Togcitlmr Gen eral Features Will Exceed Uie St. Louis Exposition State Appropria tions Will Exceed (2,000,000. Blaine Phillips, attauhe of the Lewis and Clurk fair general press bureau, Is in Pendleton forming the acquaint ance of the newspaper fraternity, lie is on his way to Portland from Boise Idaho, where he was sent by the O. K. I & N. to gather matter relative to the Twin Falls Irrigation project. In an Interview f...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 3 May 1905

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Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 3 May 1905

N EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAX, PENDLETON, OREGON, W F. D X ES DAY, MAY 3, 1905. PAGE THREE. ALEXANDER'S WILL CLAIM THE ATTEXTIOX OP I LADIES, MISSES AND CHILDREN THIS WEEK AVE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR TOE . Celebrated Sorosis Shoes FOR LADIES. YOU KNOW TIIE REST; THEY ARE THE BEST. OUR STOCK OF DALTON'S OXFORDS IS THE TALK OF THE TOWN. WE HAVE THEM IN LACE OR BUTTON, IN BLACK, WHITE, RUS SET AND CHAMPAGNE. THIS IS THE SEASON FOR THEM. FOR BUSSES AXD CHILDREN OUIt Little Giant School Shoes ARE TOO WELL KNOWN TO REQUIRE FURTHER MENTION. THEY COME IN THE MEDIUM AND LIGHT WEIGHTS FOR SUMMER WEAR. THEN THERE ARE THE LITTLE TOTS WE HAVE PROVIDED FOR TILES I ALSO Moloney Bros. Make SOUNDS GOOD AND ARE GOOD. WE SHOW ALL OF THE LATEST SHAPES. ALEXANDER'S DEPARTMENT STORE 1 -t-AJi4AAAitAifciti t T I I I I I I I I TT'l'Tf ft III I M I I 1 V I f I f I I Tf Tl'TT'l ft W Iff 11 FH0M44G0UHTRIE5 ELECTRICS POWER. IS THE CHEAPEST, MOST CONVENIENT, MOST SATISFAC TORY POWER KNOWN FOR ALL PURPOSES. IT ...

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. — 3 May 1905

PAGE FOCR. DAILY AST ORBGONUN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WKDXKSDAT, MAY 3, 1005. EIGHT FAGK8. AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. FaMlsbed every afternoon (except 8 an day) at Pendleton. Oregon, by the EAST ORBGOMAN PV BUSHING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Dally, one year, by mall $5.00 Dally, six months, by mail.... 2.50 Dally, three months, by mall.... 1.25 Daily, one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.60 Weekly, six months, by mail 75 Weekly, four months, by mall.. .50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall, 1.50 Semi-Weekly, six months, by mall .75 Semi-Weekly, four months, mall, .50 Member Scrlpps-MeRae New Asso ciation. The East Oregonlan Is on sale at B. B. Rich's News Stands at Hotel Portlanil and Hotel Perkins, Port land. Oregon. San Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth street. Chicago Bureau. 908 Security Bldg. Washington. D. C. Bureau, 601 14th St., N. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofflce as second-class matter. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Copy for advertising matter to appear In th...

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. — 3 May 1905

EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, IMS. PAGE FIVH. I Graphophone Free i : : ! i CALL AT STORE FOR PARTICULARS Lee Teutsch's DEPARTMENT STORE PERSONAL MENTION CITY BREVITIES Gut sunny. U C Rader. Best wood and coal, McAdams. Gee Wlthee for gnsollne engines and pumps. Highest cash price (or second-hand goods at Sharon & F.Jdlngs'. For Sale 4-room cottage and two lots, 11000; 315 Jane street. The shoe trade at Roosevelt's Bos ton store Is Increasing very rapidly. "Sandy,'" by the author of "Mrs. Wlggs In the Cabbage Patch." Nolf's. Ey all means see the swell line of Fhlrts we are showing for $1.25. Lee Teutsch's store. When you have second-hand goods for sale, see Grah:im & Ilunier, for the highest cash price. Dutton's wagon will pass your door dally and supply any amount of ice cream desired, from a dish up. Several luchf s of snow fell on the summit of the Hlue mount'ilns nt Menclinm and Kameta last night. ITearl(u:irte:-s for tailing mach...

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. — 3 May 1905

PAGE SIX. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905, EIGHT PAGES. Tnn nni nrnnnnnnn IUU LULUI-UflbhUh I benefit to all crops; early spring grain looks well. EiRhtmlle, Moro county, C. E. Jones -Weather favorable. for nil crops; I grain making a fine growth; summer j fallowing about half done; some dam age from wire worms to both wheat j and barley. Milton. I'matilla county. F. A. iSikes Weather cool; wheat looks Woollier Ilc-port Rays Crops Did Not wel1- hut neels rain; most of the Advance as They Should Early To- crop has 8tooIed to ,hlck: la,e pota PAST WEEK HAS 11EEX VEHY UNFAVOItARI.E. tatoes Badly Frosted la Some Parts a full crop; pastures need rain; alfal- of tlio State Lambing About Over fa well advanced, but does not prom Recent Frosts Severely Damaged is a full crop; spring plowing about IVults and Gardens. The weather during the week was done. Plateau Region. Huntington, Baker county, W. J. Woods Weather cool and cloudy; too cool for rapid growth, an...

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. — 3 May 1905

BIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAW, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. STOP, WOMAN! AND CONSIDER THE ALL IMPORTANT FACT m That in address ing Mrs. rink bam you Brecon-' liding-your private ills to a woman- woman whose experi ence with women's diseases covers a great many years. You can tulk freely 10 a woman when it revolting to' relate your private trou bles to a man- besides a man docs not under standsimply be cause he is a man Many women Buffer in silence and drift along from Dun iu worse, Knowing lull well that they ought to have immediate assist ance, but a natural modesty impels them to shrink from exposing them selves to the questions and probably examinations of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. Without money or price you can consult a wo man whose knowledge from actual ex perience is great. Mrt . Pinkhatn's Standing Invitation, Women suffering from any form of fi-tuulcwcaknessare invited to promptly communicate with Mrs. I'inkham, at Lynn, M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 3 May 1905

PAGE EIGHT. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. i Fake! Fake!! Fake!!! That Is what some say of any new thing. We have a new line of "Prescut" glass. This glass might Indeed be call ed a "fake," for It resembles cut glass so closely that even experts are puzxled. Ask for our little booklet en titled. "Crystal Facts." It tells you all about It Gold Dollars for 75c would not be greater bargains than "Mother's Pride" cqffee for 25 cents. Do you know that you are getting greater value than some coffees at 35 cents? If you don't, we do. Try It and see. We cannot praise It enough. It will stand more and then some. OWL TEA HOUSE t SIX BARS SILK SOAP 25c. GOOD AS PROMISED GYM. ENTERTAINMENT WAS AN EXCELLENT SHOW. Was Away Outeide the Amateur Class and Was Highly Enjoyed by a Large Audience Not a Tiresome Number From Start to Finish Wide Range of Talent and Variety of lis Expression. performance came the war dance by One Foot In the Bucket, Tall Pine...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 4 May 1905

DAILY EVEHifiGEDlTlOII WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Friday partly QAILY EVENING EDITION progressive merchants find ad vertising a most profitable Invest ment. ' i clourty. FENDLETOX, OKEGON, THURSDAY, MAYjf '5. NO. 5350 VOL. 18. ADMISSIONS OF GREAT WEAKNESS Admiral Rojestvensky in a Private Letter Admits He Has Little Hope, CALLS THE EXPEDITION HOPELESS ENTERPRISE. Said tlie Admiral Itaa Been Called Down for the Indiscretion Anoth er Fleet of Russian Warships Rounds the Malay Peninsula on Iut Way Into tlie China Sea First Baltlo Fleet Again Puts Into a French Port Rutfcdaii VarHlilM Damaged by Typhoon and by Col lision. St. Petersburg, May 4. Rojestven aky has written a letter to a relutlve bere In which he complains It Is im possible for him to fight with the material at his command. The lack of discipline, he says. Is appalling. He concludes: "These are- the men and ships with which I am expected to face the powerful Japanese fleet. It is a hopeless enterprise and nothing but a m...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 4 May 1905

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST onECOfttAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1905. EIGHT PAGES. I Victor Talking t Machine Agency HIS MASTERS VOICE VICTOR TALIXG MAC1I1X ARE CLEAR, LOUD, SWE SOUNDING. DON'T CON IT THESE MACHINES l CHINESE FIDDLES. $15 to $65 COLUMBIA AND EDISON PHONOGRAPHS, $3.00 TO $20.00. CYLINDER AND DISC REC ORDS, 25c TO $1.50. AN IM MENSE LINE TO SELECT FROM. Frederick Noif &. Co. J SCHOOL AND OFFICE SI P- PLIES. GENERAL NEWS. The government Is about to make an effort to install wireless teleg raphy between New Orleans and Panama, a "clean Jump" of 1300 miles. At Poughkeepsie, N. Y., the 1200 brickmakers in 13 yards are on strike. The employers are importing strike breakers, and serious trouble Is anticipated. Four employes of the Southern Pacific are under arrest at Lords burg. N. M., charged with smuggling in Chinamen across the Mexican bor der. Two are conductor. A gasoline motor car is to be run on the Harriman lines from Chicago to Portland soon, as a demonstr...

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