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ST. JOSEPH CLOSED
FLORIDA'S FAIR PR0SPECT3.
Board of Trade Men Favor an Expo
sltlo nof the State's Resources.
World's Fair Grounds, St. Louis,
June 4. Business men of Florida nro
HELD IN OPERA HOUSE.) jjjss than f 50,000 for t ho oxh t bl t of
MISS SARAH FINLEY,
Vlce.Prcaident of the Palmetto Club, Memphis, Tenn.
A Very Pleasing Program Was Ren
dered and Mtss Hardman, the Only
Graduate This Season, Received
Tuesday closed the 190M902 school
term at St. Joseph's Academy and
the loth annual commencement exer
cises were held Tuesday evening In
the opera house.
The exercises were witnessed by a
full house and the fact that they were
appreciated by the audience was
demonstrated by tho repeated ap
plause and an occasional encore. The
first on the program was the singing,
by a class of boys, accompanied by
the piano and violin. Tho rest of tho
program followed as printed In the
East Oregonian of Monday.
The selections of St. Joseph's or
chestra were worthy of special men
tion. The orchestra is composed of
three young ladies with mandolins,
five boys and six young ladles with
violins, and their music shows train
ing and skill on the part of those
teaching this art at the academy. In
fact, all the program was rendered
with skill and deserves special men
tion, but it is impossible to give each
Perhaps nothing during tho ,.ter
tainment struck the audience as being
more beautiful than tho "Boquet of
Pendleton's Flowers." This was a
class of little girls, arranged in a
pyramid, with a row: of boys sitting
on the floor , and each had a lovely
bunch of flowers in their hands. The
wreath drill also called forth heart
applause, as did the pantomime.
"Lead Kindly Light" The "Gossip
Pantomime created more
that state at tho Lomsinna Purchaso
Exposition In 1P04. Tho prospect of
an early payment of tho Florida In
dian war claims, amounting to $700.
000, provided for In the omnibus hill
In congress, maUes possible the ex
penditure of 5100,000 for tho stnto's
representation at tho fair. Captain
Charles F. Garner, president of tho
Board of Trade of Jacksonville, says:
"Florida, on ncconnt of its wonderful
resources, can and should make an
exhibit that will excel any state In
the Union. With an appropriation of
$50,005 we can make a display that
will attract more attention and oxcito
more admiration than could bo made
by any other state for ?l,00u,000.
FlorliTii hns too mnnv lintnrnl rosonr-
cos that tho people as a rulo are un-J
"The St. Louis fai. will excel In
every particular the Chicago fair, and
it is important that this state should
make a creditable display. It will
benefit the state more than any ono
can realize. It will add to our pop
ulation and attract capital to all parts
of Florida. It would bo humiliating
for the state to make n showing that
would not rank with tho finest at the
fair, and with the Indian wnr claims
added to our finances, there is no
reasonable excuse for any lack of en
terprise on our part. I believe tho
menfbers of the legislature will glad
ly make the appropriation."
Mill &inik lenity
ment for the onlookers than anything
else during the evening. This was
rendered in silence by a class of
young ladies who were dressed to rep
resent grown up women, telling their
little secrets to each other and they
went through all the actions imagin
able in a party of this kind.
Only one graduate from St. Joseph's
Academy at this term. This was Miss
Helen M. Hardman. Miss Hardman
delivered her essay and valedictory
with grace and ease which showed
a well trained mind and reflects much
credit on her teachers as well as her
self. The subject of her essay was
the "Poetry of the Soul," and at the
wind-up she addressed her teachers
and class with expressions of love
and sorrow at parting with them to do
battle with the world, perhaps not to
meet them all again.
Following Miss Hardman's essay
valedictory, Archbishop Alexander
Christie, accompanied by Father Van
Der Velden, stepped on the stage and
conferred the graduating honors on
the graduate. After reading the di
ploma and presenting it to Miss Hard-
man he admonished her in a few
words to keep In mind as she went
through life the teachings of the sis
ters and to follow in the path that
she had been taught by them. He
then turned and addressed the audi
ence in a few words, telling them
that he hoped they would lend their
aid 'in filling St. Joseph's Academy
next year with students and that the
exercises of the evening was ample
demonstration of the efficiency of the
institution and ability of thoso in
Miss Hardman's Reception.
Thursday afternoon a farewell re
caption will be given Miss Hardman
at the academy.
Saved From an Awful Fate.
"Everybody said I had consump
tion," writes Mrs. A. M. Shields, of
Chambersburg, Pa., "I was so low
after six months of sevoro sickness
amuse- caused by hay fever and asthma, that
few thought I could get well, but I
learned of the marvelous merit of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, used It and was completely
cured." For despcrato throat and
lung diseases it Is the s:fest euro In
the world, and is infallible for
coughs, colds and brouchinl affec
tions. Guaranteed bottles 50c and
$1. Trial bottles freo at Tallman &
im: OF CARDUI
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that no other medicine has found. In
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women hr.vo written letters commend
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does. It sustains tho young girl at tho
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Women who take Wino of Cardui have
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littlo pain at childbirth. When tho
change of life appears they enter n
huppy, healthy o'11 ago. Every month it
comes to tho rescuo to assist Nature in
throwing tho impurities from tho body.
Miss Sarah Finley, of Memphis,
Tenn., vice-president of tho Palmetto
Club of that city, speaks for herself and
manv friends when she bestows tho
following prnlso on Wino
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fering womtn for their relief
none can touch McEtrce't
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female remedy. It simply
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peak of It In the highest terms and I (eel
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If you arc suffering from female
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Yod can have health tho jamo as
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Ladies Advj-ory Department, Chatta
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A million suffering women
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Corner Sixth and Alder Opposite the Oregonian
'Phone Main i 22. PORTLAND, ORE.
Election Day Was Quiet at Weston,
But Much Interest .Was Shown.
Wostnn .Tune 3. Election passed
oft very quietly' in Weston. The vot
ing uegau eariy uuu tvlluu,:u "
ahnnt tim same rate during the day
until about an hour before the polls
closed. A fair number of votes were
cast, but neither precinct polled Its
full vote. No especial interest was
manifested except in the governor
Th last RiErnR of the nloneers' pic
nic has disappeared and the town
wears its usual appearance, yvnwe
thA attendance was not as large as
wnn fvnAf.tpil because of the unfavor
able weather, the picnic .was y no
means a failure, and In tho years to
come Weston will always be glad to
welcome the pioneers in tneir re
Mrs. Alice Klrkpatrlck and Robert
Jamleson vl6ited Walla Walla Sun
day, where Kester Klrkpatrick and
Mrs. Jamleson are being treated In
Dr Cronn's hosnltal in that place.
Both bring home encouraging reports,
and hope to have theBo patients home
At bedtime Itake a pleasant herb
irinlr. rhn next moraine I feel bright
and my complexion Is better. My
doctor eayB that It acts gently on tne
stomach, liver and kidneys and Is a
pleasant laxative. It Js made from
herbs, and Is prepared as easily as
tea. It Is called Lane's Medicine.
Lane's Family Medicine moves tne
bowels each day. Price. 25c and 60c.
For sale by Tallman Co., sole
Radical Reductions in Dry Goods
This is tho hoight of tho season ; wearing timo is not half ovor. Wo want onr
Summer Dry Goods and Suits to And thoir proper usofulnoss in tho noxt 0 days, and wo
make such Bharp and positive price reductions as should take thorn away as fast as tho
people can see them.
20 Per Gent Off on All Tailor Made Suits
75c Shirt waists, salo price ....
85c Shirt waiBts, salo price ....
-1.25 Shirt waists, sale price..
$1.50 Shirt waists, sale prico
25c Scotch ginghams, our
35c Colored tabling "
$1.00 Girdle corsets " " "
18c fine Buluslan cloth " " "
6icOhallies " " "
These Pieces fot Six (6) Days Only
$4.00 Ladies' white pique skirts, salo prico
,$1.75 Ladies' linen skirts, salo prico.
$1.50 Colored underskirts, sale price
$1.26 Colored wrappers, sale prico
$1.50 " " " "
$2.50 Colored underskirts, sale price
10 Per Cent Off All Silk Waists
Fine crash linen for waists, special salo prico per yard J21c
Fine Jersey ribbed undervests, salo prico Oc
Ladies' Swiss sleeveless vest, sale prico , . 2c
Ladies' mercerized sleeveless vest, sale prico 25c
Fino lace hose, sale price 25c
Spoci 1 line o'f fancy hosiery, salo prico 25c
Ladies' cotton hose, sale prico
Extra fine lace hose, salo price vc
Fancy Hosiery a Specialty
Alexander Department Store