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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 10 November 1904

; Prompt . Delivery I. order to better serve our omtomen and care for our I hrplr Increased trade, we have established j Our Own Delivery we n our own wagons and boraea and are not dependent, : the general system. Oor new wana win soon arrtve, but in' I )ae meantime we bTe leased rigs. f . ! since moving to our new store oor trade hag increased lm ' Miuelj and we appreciate our euetomera' patronage, and are In i ' tetter position than ever to nerve them. Highest class of (nods at regular price. .':.' STANDARD Grocery Comp any Comer Court and Johnson Streets. Johnny-on-the-Spot-Delivery. ' CITY BREVITIES O; C Rader. Get sunny. Net Knox hats, Roosevelt's. Doujlu and Hanan shoes at Roose iC !ftv children's long coats at tntich'i ... Only the very belt In photos to be hi it Rembrandt Studio. Tm leawna In art needlework at In Orison's, at Hasbrouck's. bnokeri set satisfaction at How Irt't formerly Rees' cigar store. fecial sale on street hats at Mrs. CrapbeM', IS per cent discount. Ike S...

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. — 10 November 1904

EIGHT PAGES. i .. . ... i. vnvmRER 10, 1M. j 1 : yAQJE BIX. DAIX.X MLArfk OKKUOMIAJ1, rsPIPljlgrwi, imMi j Buy Real rj" M . lire -If lWA&o i One of the Most Powerful Warships In the World and Belongs .In a Class of Fire In the American Navy Has Been Orer Three Xears , Building Will Cost (5,000,000 and Be Ready for Business Next Year W1U Be a Flagship. Qulncy, Mass., Nov. 10. The mag- nuicent battleship New Jersey was launched today from the yard of the Fore River Ship and Engine Com pany. One of the Host Powerful. The New Jersey, when completed, will be one of the most powerful bat tleships In the world. She Is one of the five ships authorized by congress In 1900, and belongs to the Virginia class. Her sister ship, the Rhode Island, was launched at the Fore River yards last May. This class are 11 constructed with double turrets. The New Jersey is the last ship with double turrets the government In tends to build. The double turret has its disadvantages, according to naval expert...

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. — 10 November 1904

PAGES. DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PETOLBTO OREGON, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER: 10, Mr4. PAGE SEVEN. EIGHT TTongthe exchanges! . i- iAin1lnton. a,,!,! Slot ' , and J- H. Hughes re- trip to Pendleton the Tweek. While at Pendle Jf Hh disposed ot hi. in- Biandard mine. There a ',mand for thl. .took and Vbenig offered i. quickly an i(r Hugncs "w In.ferrlng hi. title to claim " roDoeropoll., to the Ore- &S co".derab.y in this .nd Mr. HIM who i. heavi- ..d In the company ha. leafed to parties her. that moaW Intends to proceed with ",Ttvlpment work. He to 7 to .There about the flr.t of fr.-Pralrle City Miner. Rector at I-Grande. nev. Upton H. Gibb., B. D., the cur of St. Peter'. Episcopal Tin this city, will arrive here veningfand will hold hi. jrtce. at the church next Sun- tf' . vAnnff man of ffood '' . j ftoinmnntji. and a 2 4 interesting preacher, and It ..a t.. will do an excel- IfJork here. The parish has been m - hut lav servloe. it Sunday school ha. been kept .The member, and friend, of the ...

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. — 10 November 1904

1 Mothers rWho appreciate tine, fragrant coffee, one that is as smooth as .oil, Want to try "OUR 400 BLEND" .oof -Jee. We blended this coffee especially for aroma and strength. Ton wish your 4ius- : and Sons ta iknow 70a can brew a up that cheers, but not Inebriates. Now is Your Chance to view the most handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale in iPendleton. , We have changed the . interior of onr new store so that the crockery and glassware occu pies the entire front. Our 60, 10c, 16c ansl SSc bargain goods are on the balcony. Ask to see them. More about them later. A CHANCE ON THE LAHGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITH EMERY 50C PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE M-H IIIIIMMMrW CHANGE IW LEASING METH ODS AFFECTS NO ONE. Government Has Not Required Far men Holding Large Leases to Sur render Thesa, at a Loss, But Per- ' mite Old Leases to Be Carried Out New Leases Most Be Made to , Conform to the Regulations Best : of Feeling Between Farmers and Government Officials. The farmers of the reservat...

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. — 11 November 1904

WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Saturday fair. Jfiil PENDLETON, OUEdON, Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904 NO. 5202. ii .... ar noroi hmu iida at Auburn, Cali- ;3(E CBEMATED : BURNING DWELLING. ! Knows, But There Are htod0B of ltobbery AU " m Sol, But No Gun In m ftswpoads With the Itat Used In Taking to Weber Family Head t hall? a Capitalist . Who 4Moer. . '" . ' n, Cil, Nov. 11. The body a Weber, whoie noma burn ; nijM, hia wife, daughter ai ton Earl, alaw perishing M wu found in the bath uli momlnf, parti consumed, tni point to on of the moat ocrtmw la tin klatory of the lln Weber wu shot throagk m, Bertha la the center of the aj Om boy'i head wai crasta , '. ' ' lJ e Umir to that 'Weber killed iillr ind then himself, al h be to known ta have been a -I buband and father. The iMrgr to that rabbery waa the n tar tlw quadrsple kilUng. mi oapltatlat and loaner of wu of money and had a, Bale oue. The bate la too hot to M I fit was robbed, budi of tin. Weber and Ber m held above their heada, ln...

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. — 11 November 1904

PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORKOOMAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FHIDAi. auiMinr-n TEX no Books In padded leather bindings. Published at $1.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 98c (Post paid anywhere.) NOTE A FEW TITLES: Autocrat of Dreukfast Tabic." llrynnts Forms." J A Christmas Carol." "Kvungeltiie." . "Paradise Lost." 4 Tales From Shakespeare." J "Lady or the I.akc." HELP THE ORPHAN nOYS' AND GIRLS' AID SO CIETt SEEKS DONATIONS. Charitable ' Institution or Oregon Needs Help From tlie Public De-IK-nds Almost Entirely on Volun tary Donations Last Year the So. ciety lias Cared for 412 Orphans and Incorrigible Children Nearly Even- County in the State Has Contributed. i i 1 i loe-s Poems." "TVlilttler's Poems." "Pilgrim's Progress." And many other titles. Frederick Nolf &Co. KANT A CLAUS IIEADQTJAR-TEKS. . . . . . . . . i. GENERAL NEWS. The Essen, Panhandle & Wltch aael coal mines in Western Penn sylvania, have closed down to restrict traduction, throwing 1600 men out of employment. W. E. Scutt and 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. — 11 November 1904

-M1.Y EAST OWEooyiAK, PENDLETON. OREGON. Fl PAGES. KIDAY. NOVEMBER 11, 1904. PACK THRF' aaaa74a7a A 4AAAAaAAAAAAAAAAAAAaAAA 1 REMOVAL 000 'LiSS "THm'VA K ON,, A UTTIiG MORE THAN TO ur-' i t rj ovji .u ivf n.inn bi-.ta 1.1,14 i'i ..". im aijIj 1,1 KM I INTIIj Ol'Il STOCK IS Our Customers Get the Benefit. We Sacrifice Profits X "CTEBMIXrD TO CTT PRICES liOWER THAN THEY HAVE KVER BEES CIT BEFORE IX PENDLETON OXE VISIT TO OUR STORE WILL CONVINCE THE MOST SKFPTIOU. tiut HERE IS THE PLACE TO SAVE MONEY IN BUYING '. i SALE u the long list of SPECIAL PRICES on RELIABLE GOODS 1 Men's and Boys' Clothing Mi orereoaw and vests, n out tit nice i folB that sold or $10. We on rZrh UH c,OMe tuem oot ! "J,, will put them on sale hot r .!; ...uJ nrth. Come and take .rt 4" ! - U,,,11M ! Mrdioice 5e " Jrt mod weight ull, dark colors, two or fcn'i tetter suits, two kinds, $11.50 and flit tbIom; all must be sold. Special I this sale $5.0 feet's miu, two or three kinds, good woolen sltrlau, good run of si...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 11 November 1904

i 1904. page Four. r mmi-V TtfftVFTMBER Hi DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, otuwwn " AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. Published orery afternoon xcpt Sunday) at Pendleton, Oregon, by the EAST OHEttOMAX PUBLISHING COMPANY, 1 8UB8CRIPTION RATES. Dally, one year, by mail $5.00 bally, six months, by mall 2.50 laily, three months, by mall 1.25 Dally, one month, by mall 50 Weekly, one year, by mail 1.50 Weekly, alx montbs, by mall 75 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall 2.00 KVmlWeekly, alx months, by mall... 1.00 Beml-Weekly, three months, by mall.. .50 Member Scrlpp McIUe News Association. The Hast Oreftontan ts on sale at U. B. Rich's News Ktands at Hotel Portland and Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon. Kan Francisco Bureau, 408 Fourth St. Chicago Bureau, Oft Herurlty Building. Washington, 1. C, Bureau, 601 14th 8U, W. W. Telephone Main 11. Entered at Pendleton Postofftce as second class matter. Come, let us kindle Faith in light! Yon eagle climbing to the sun Keeps not ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 11 November 1904

AIL EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1004. pagS Firm. TEN I"" ft it z It j: 4 St 4h 2 I HE I a a ran fit te ill i ii i1 1 1 imiinnrpp I U. null uuHulitM Matchless unermgs IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS M-lnch guaranteed black tarfeta silks, $1.25 value, sjieclal at . 95o yd Inch extra quality g""''",,, '' silks, $1.50 value . , , . ! . ; . . : . $1.20 yd ,5c value nla.-k I''"''1" B"k' '"M',", Ut 60c yl ck tafftn hIIU; KimrMiitred spce-lal 75c yd 11.00 vulue MacV SALE OF RIBBONS Wl all Hi"' double faced nntln tnrfota ribbons, 4 1-2 inches whip, I" " ",c h!"'""B 8h'J,U,H' "I1'"! ' lc yd Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES ' ttttnt .......ww. i . 1 Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind you cannot break. I have a full line f Ranges, Beaten, both wood and coal, and In vite you to call and examine the same before uylng. T.C.TAYLOR The Hardware Man B. F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street TWEIiFTn SESSION ...

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. — 11 November 1904

9A.hk SIX. DAILY EASTT OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904. TEN PAGES. GREAT IMPROVEMENT Prize Article on the City of Portland IttttTtTtTTTttttTS .MMMs. XJ I.taail""""'""""""- "T'"Stl ' i" ( I : i : ' I Nature's Ways Often Hard to Understand. MAN'S BEST GIFTS DISGUISED BY DISAGREEABLE EXTERIOR. It Takes Science to Reveal Nature at Her Beau in many ways Nature In all riirhi lust as she Island when the hand of man attempts to Improve upon her works, a botchy Job, to say the least, ouen results. There are, hewever, a great many instances Where, by a little human help. Nature's best gifts are doubly enhanced in value and brought forth from obscurity in a manner that is causing this century to be known as "tie 01 progress. There Is nothing in the way of discovery thaf will prove of greater oenetit to man in general, and to the Inhabitants of this part of Amer ica in particular, than Vlnol, which represents an old and valuable rem edy Introduced In a new and practica- ...

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. — 11 November 1904

PAGES. wWWIAJr, FEypLETOIf, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 104. PAGE SEVEN. h Store closed all day today, Fri day, 'in order to mark our present prices down for . t; o i tne Dig oaie Beginning Satureay Morning dt 8:30 O'clock The Biggest Sale In the History of Pendleton Lee Teutsch's Dept. Store Corner Main and Alta Streets CITY BREVITIES u. a Rad". Get ,unny' VtM Knox hats, Roosevelt'l. BH line Stetson hats at Roosevelt's. 1.S Indies' Gloria shoes at Roose- lt'1 o Tomorrow l firemen's day at Sul- (nn Bond's. Only the very beat In photoi to be tii at Rembrandt Studio. free lemons In art needlework at Hn. Carlson's, at Hasbrouck's. Bmoken get satisfaction at. How ard's, formerly Rees' cigar store. Try t pair of our 11.60 achool iboei Good wear or your money lack at TeuUch'a. Tie St George restuarant, open liy and night. Mrs. Cooper, proprl (treia. Every dollar spent ut Sullivan ft. Bond'" tomorrow helps our worthy fin department. A brand new place. Rembrandt (tudto, 721 Cottonwood atre...

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. — 11 November 1904

(x (WW & U MA y jj- "' !0f 0 w jofU" XX XX 4f . " ..,! . " ' , ' ,'' . "" , "" , ,1 I , I"" . I" ' iX MUST DON'T BUY A SUIT, DON'T BUY UNDERWEAR, DON'T BUY LADIES' CLOAKS, DON'T BUY SHOES, DON'T BUY anything in the dry goods line until you visit the GOLDEN CLS or any other sale has equaled faetory or wholesale houses. ers as a bait and hold you (hi he ii. the itorB A Statement TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOM ERS: We wish to say this sale Is not a deception. We have always tried to be .free and frank and apeak the truth. The plain truth is we must have money at once. ' To accomplish this we have inaugurated this sale. We pledge you our word that we have out price, to the bottom. None can Mil cheaper for none can buy cheap er. With many thanks for past fa vor, and expression, of confidence, we are, very truly your., ' : R. A. COPPLE, , , : J. H. GARRETT. MEN'S SUITS $2.98 tor a suit for a man;' grey ' checked, medium weight, worth f(.0O; our former price, 16.00; ' sale price only .........

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. — 11 November 1904

umWOXIA?., PEXDLKTO.N. OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 104. PAGE NINE. IE DAILY iTgElNLAND EMPIRE j Ti. I"r Hitch- !v.,.,9lon e8tab"S "Where the same per -1 ns Several ui..-o ,Pf able of being -'""'.fio altogether, and -Urn ol develop ifS? value of the work ' on. of the claims, or ,ZrH -allab.e to- air the requirement or t revued statute. "S 0 expenditure ot 600 rW" . M claims. 7o necessary I" der to share of such work or '"U Tcredlted to each S rh claim should a",be 7m. proceedings for nte mining law 1. com- 1 in other respects. be PPd forand enter" L otherwise and at dlffer- ?teriht to have the value of Sd ted to them, respect- rlhat section." Iln. Wrlglit Suicides. tlre community was shock- tin of the most prosperous Swer Powder, about IS "Twm Baker City, had commlt iTJcW. by taking a dose of car- as learned are that last CL, while out driving Mrs. rait thrown ,rom her bU8fty ,-ulntal a fracture of several of ntn. Bhe never fully recovered Mth and this, It Is believed, ximS dMPonden...

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. — 11 November 1904

PAGE TEN. DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER lit I04- TEN HI II II HI II II II I ii Mothers Who appreciate a fine, fragrant coffee, one that Is aa smooth as oil, Want to try "OUR 400 BLEND" cof fee. We blended this coffee especially for aroma and strength. You wish your hus bands and Sons to know yon can brew a cup that cheers, bnt not Inebriates. Now is Your Chance to view the most handsome as sortment of China ever placed on sale in Pendleton. We have changed the Interior of onr new store so that the crockery and glassware occu pies the entire front. .Our 6c, 10c, 15c and 23c bargain goods are on the balcony. Ask to see them. More about them later. A CHANCE ON THE LARGE DOLL IN THE WINDOW WITH EVERY 500 PURCHASE. OWL TEA HOUSE IIIMtH IIIIIHIIIimHr GIRLS TO THE FAIR HOW MONTANA MAIDENS VISITED ST. LOUIS. Butte Inter-Mountain Sent Thirty Young Women to the Exposition on a Voting Contest Special Coach Run for the Party and All Expen sos Paid While at the Fair S...

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. — 12 November 1904

1 iQlS, 'i is! DAILY EYENIKGEDIT10N WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight fair, warmer; Sunday, cloudy with possibly rain. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1904 NO. 5203. i T Mil ' ? this county be. f ! kt Elector, Runs Remainder of the flCan Ricket. I - .in 0 OLD MUNICIPAL MUSEUM. Scheme Tliat Murks Progre of So ciullstlc Ideas. Cbkiago, Nov. 12. A municipal muwuni. wild 10 oe me nrsi 01 ne kind In Amerlcu, 18 planned for Chi cago by a new organisation, of which Prof. George B. Vincent, or tne uni- yeralty of Chicago, la preside. It Ib Intended to start the collection with some of the exhibits at the St. iliouls Fair, Illustrating the progres sive administration of great cities. It Is expected that much of the mater ial will be donated, but the most val uable exhibits, Including models from Germany, illustrative of sanitation, public works, architecture and city buildings In general, will have to be purchased. A representative Is now at the exposition seeking material. NINE KILLED NEA...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 12 November 1904

PAGE TWO. r DAILr EAST OREGONIAX. PENDLETON. OREGON, KATTBDAT. NOVEMBER H.100-1. Dainty ; Books In padded leather bindings. 4 Published at $1.00 OUR SPECIAL CUT PRICE 98c XPost paid anywhere.) NOTE A FEW TITLES: "Autocrat of Breakfast Table." Bryant's Poems." "A Christina Carol." "Evangeline." "Paradise Lost." i "Tales Prom Shakespeare." "Lady of the J .like." "Poo's Poems." "Wlilttler's Poems." X "Pilgrim's lrogress." Ami many ntlit-s titles. Frederick Nolf & Co. J SANTA CLAUS 1IEADQUAR- ll-.UB. FARMERS RECEIVE 20.00u PHIl MONTH FOR CREAM. Nine Hundred (inn Are Furnishing Milk for the Iluinra Creamery Four Tliousund Dollars Interested In Plant Two TIioiimiikI Pound or llntter Marketed Dully From Small Country Village. HOTEL ARRIVALS. GENERAL NEWS. J. T. Cleveland, an American, has ' been killed by a Cuban policeman at Plnar Del Rio. A convict at Auburn, N. Y., tore a itrip from his bedding, put it about his neck and twisted upon it until In sensibility and death came. C. A. Cur...

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. — 12 November 1904

n,T KACT OltEnoMAN, 1'ENDLETON, O II EGO J, SATl UI.V. XOVEMBEIt IS. IMM. PACK THRF if sr&uusor' U9 .nll'R iV H, Heen ..- lV K,',lnf,,' p"""1"' , '1191 v"le i-W this year a,lds u" Tin the principles rihe candidates rep- ,1, ioU social"" ,,-tlmated that It will 'lm total of 300,000. rot we ' " 1 .. fnr Debs has Uli e Aaocluted alltd to give muiii ', mctl Interest to Eugene UK .tint Pendleton men i (an lil nearest uemn- LmHitt. Henry mm n.. h..n Brothers, wood aeai- LiWi of Terre Huute, and ( Rarene V. Debs. Hen- Li to the East Oregnnian m lecwe 'Gene' Debs of Lint, or of fighting the khnr (or effect, or for L ale U wrapped -UP In ml while he Is comuuru- Sh nun, he has had oppoi - nike hundreds of .thous- LlUnr out to the railroads. Ln itrlkea which be has but he has never been ac- rim the semblance .of dls- M turttd the Brotherhood Lure Firemen, 30 yea ub ago feiitt. he quit firing an en- epened up a little office II, ind was afterward elect- yA of Terre Haute, on the nettt. from...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 12 November 1904

PAGE TOUR. DAILY EAST OKKUOMAN. PENDLETON, OREGON, BATI UDAV. NOVEMBER fi, HHH. A.V INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER. i'ubllshed every afternoon (except Sunday) at lVndlctou, Oregon, by the EAST OitECOMAS PUHUSIUXG COMPANY. one desiring to see him on Irrigation matters would find him at his office In Portland, on November 12. So much for the welfare of Oregon In the United States senate. SUHSCIiU'TION ItATHB. l:llly, one year, by niuil ltaily, six nioatUH.'.by mail lniiy. three montliH. by mall . l'nily.one month, bv m:ill . Weekly, one year, by mail Weekly, six mouths, by mall weekly, four months, by mall Beml -Weekly, one year, by mail S"ml-Weekly, six mouths, by mail... fconil-Weekly, three months, by mall.. . .t.ViKi . . ." .. l.M . . .SO .. l .VI Member Rcripps-Mcltae News Association. The Kast Oreuuiiian Is on sale at It. It. l:h-h's News KtHiiils at Hotel Portland and Hotel I'erklns, Portland, Oregon. Snn I'ran. li,, ,, llurt'uu. 408 Fourth St. I'hlcnifo lliireati, 11011 Sei-m-liy lluil...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 12 November 1904

IMirCMflOlM, PEyPLETOK, ORTOQW, HATXRDAT, NOVEMBER II, 1M4. 01 Matchless Offerings IN ALL DEPARTMENTS prices Sharply Reduced SALE BLACK TAFFETA SILKS jk.HK irrI,te"d Ml,ck ta(teU Kl""' 1-25 TaIue' i"0101 5c yd tpinch ,ra iu,,"ty e""""""1 Mmk ,nf,et ",,k', , so ' .t yd Iic nine I"" 11.00 vnliw t uiHi'tu silk, Hi'lul at (10c d k lurfi'tu sill, guaranteed siieclal 75c yd SALE OF RIBBONS o. K all "k ub,e ,aoed sa"" UlffeUi ',Hns, 4 1-2 Inched Me, In nil ' leading h"1'"'' PI lc yd Alexander Dept. Store THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES UlHHHim Monarch Ranges Malleable Iron and the kind yon cannot break. I have a full line f Ranges, Heaters, both wood and coal, and In vite you to call and examine the same before ujing. T. C. TAYLOR The Hardware Man B. F. BECK Sanitary Plumber 807 Cottonwood Street JAPANESE SEEK EDUCATION TWO BOYS V. 11,1. fcATEK PEN DLETON ACADEMY SOON. Aniurl Koglma and George Yoahta, Japanese Domestics, Anxious to I .earn American Ways Impossible to Admit Them to Public School ...

Publication Title: East Oregonian : E.O
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — East Oregonian : E.O. — 12 November 1904

DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13. TEN PAOZ BO. ' t DELEGATES REPRESENT 1,000,000 WORKIXGMEN. Moot Importaat Session In the History of the Federation of Labor Great ' Fight Aliead Over Issues Repre i aented by President Gompers and - John Mitchell Respectively Open Shop, Anti-Injunction, Eight-Hour Movement and Other Issues Present Themselves. San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 12. The largest congress of labor leaders ever held on the Pacific coast, as far as the numbers represented and the In terest Involved are concerned, will begin In. this city next Monday with the opening of the 24th annual con vention of the American Federation of Labor. More than one million or ganised worklngmen In the United titates are sending their delegates 300 in all to represent them. Pres ident Gompers and the executive council reached this city today and at once began work on the arrange ments and other business preliminary to the opening of the convention. The guests of honor at...

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