East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 11, 1903, Image 8

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Want Both
When you try on a pair of
shoes look for two things
"Comfort" and "Style." You
must have them both; either
one by itself is not enough.
Our whole stefek is purchased
with these two things in view
and it is the largest and
most complete in Pendleton
from a heavy brogan to the
finest French kid boot and
the)' all have that wearing
quality found only in a care
fully selected stock.
Shoes for the whole family
Phone Main lift, flood ihott Cheap
State Organizer Federation of Labor
Discusses Question of Especial
terest In Pendleton Is Workln
Also for Exhibits at Portland and
St. Louis.
Stole Brass From O. R. & N.
Sold it to a Junk Man.
La Grande. June 11. Charles Mar
tin and Fred Fair, aged 12 and 14
years respectively, were placed under
$100 and $200 bonds yesterday after
noon, for stealing brass extras and
fixtures from the O. It. & N. round
house and machine shops. They had
collected about E0O pounds of old
and new brass and negotiated with
S. Abraham, a junk man, for the sale
of the scrap. Abrahams was imme
diately arrested for receiving stolen
property and is now under $100 bonds
The thefts of brass fixtures have
been going on for three or four
months, but the company had been
unable to locate the guilty parties.
Educator Commits Suicide.
L. B. Baker, formerly city superin
tendent of the Baker City public
schools, committed suicide Wednes
day morning In Boise City by shoot
ing himself with a ,38-callbre revolver.
His body was found In the sagebrush
near Boise by a couple of small boys
He was wanted at Mountain Home
for forgery, and Is thought to have
committed the act to avoid the dis
grace of arrest.
Expertlng Books.
George W. Benson, ex-county clerk
of Union county, passed through the
city yesterday evening en route from
Walla Walla to Baker City. Mr. Ben
son is expertlng the county records
or both Walla Walla and Baker coun
Powdered Daintiness
lou never saw a foot powder
iiKe ours, it is taKing tne town
by storm. There is just one
word In the dictionary to describe
n. mat worn is "dainty."
Tullmuii's Foot Powder
is unequalled for sore, blistered.
aching and sweaty feet. It keens
the shoes dry, sweet and whole
some uieae not, sultry days.
The harvest man needs it, the
Business man neeas it, you need
li ana everyone neeas it.
Be sure you get Tallmau'd.
Accept no other.
Prepared by
Leading Druggists
Going to
Repair your homes or places
of business by having them paint
ed or papered.
to OS
Large and nicely selected
stock of wall paper and paints.
E. J. Murphy,
111 Court Street.
Agecj for
11mm FaiBt.
the Sherwin-Wil-
a. Y. Harrr. the ceneral organizer
i of the Federation of Labor, and one
I of the members of tho state board of
, Lewis and Clark Fair managers, was
at the Pendleton yesterday.
Mr. Harry Is on a tour of the state
in the interest of both organized la
bor and of the fair exhibit. It is part
of his duty to visit all of tho differ
ent parts of the state and explain to
the people the points of the labor
question not usually known by them,
Local Conditions.
In speaking about the conditions
I now prevailing-, Mr. Harry said that
he was sorry that any difficulty had
arisen, for It was not only detrlmen
tal to the foundry people, but It was
setback to the union people them
selves. Any thing, institution or en
terprlse, that conserved the Interests
of the general people was for the
good of the union men since they
composed a part of the public mass,
and anything that tended to retard
the growth or check the progress of
a community, reacted upon the pros
perity of the unions, for they were
actuated by the right spirit of pro-
; gress. and It should be their contin
ual effort to upbuild and not to tear
j down.
I 'Jumped at conclusions.
I From what he understood, there
was a lot of haste on both sides of
I the local controversy and they had
jumped at hasty conclusions before
considering the result.
' As he understood It. the trouble
arose over a carpenter hired by the
wgoy-uiove uompany, and the ioun
dry was put on the unfair list with'
out their notifying the institution,
Then the foundry also got tangled
with the federation, and more trouble
resulted. He did not know all of the
details, but he thought there was
haste on both sides, and stubborn
ness. He had seen the proprietors
of the foundry and they seemed to
I him to be fair men and stated them
selves as not opposed to the union
principle, so he hoped to be able to
act as an arbiter between the two
factions and join them together once
more in harmony.
Suppose There Is a Deadlock.
"But suppose." asked the newsna
per man, "that the thing cannot be
narmonized; that the unions still
think they are in the right; that the
iounary win not retract from Its
present position and is still kept on
the unfair list, and that the city buys
Its Iron of the foundry; what will be
tne result?
Mr. Harry looked grave. "That Is
a contingency I don't want to con'
sider," he said. "Of course, when
organized labor goes into a fight it
fights, but I do not think there will
be any occasion, at least I hope not.
i nave seen Mr. lugby and he will
furnish me with a statement of his
case. After the public meeting I will
call a meeting of the unions and will
get their Elde. Then I hope to be
able to bring them together and
unite them again In harmonious rela
tions. The union is young here and
the boys do not know how to pro
ceed in all things yet, and are apt to
be hasty, but I think the matter can
be straightened out, for it is to the
interest not only of the RIgby-Clove
Company end the city, but of the
unions themselves that it be bo."
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
Mr. Harry is here in the interest of
tho fair exhibit. Ho will try to get
tho active work of collection begun
at once. He wants a large showing
from Eastern Oregon to the St. Louis
fair and will try to arrange for it at
once. He conferred this morning
with the Rlgby people, wishing them
to put one of their harvesters on ex
hibition, and also he wants a big ex-
niDiuon in all lines, especially from
the remoter counties of the state.
Off for the Honeymoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Lachlean Macleay left
this morning for Portland and coast
points to be gone on an extended
honeymoon. They were accompanied
to the train by a large comnanv of
friends to wish them well.
Retail Clerks at The Dalles.
G. Y. Harry left this moraine for
The Dalles, where he will organize a
retail clerks' union this evening.
Father William, what are vou do
ing with that bird booK? William
I'm looking for a picture of a round
robin. Chicago Dally News.
roaiM fncccc
jrvniia wwi i l-l.
In comparing Grain-O and coffee
remember that while the taste is
the same Grain-O gives health and
strength while coffee shatters tbo
nervous system and breeds disease
of the digestive organs. Thinking
people prefer Grain-O and its ben
efits. TRY IT TO-DAY.
At grocer ererjwhere ; and 33c per package.
Will Meet at Weston In Three-Day
The onnual reunion of the Uma-,
tilla county pioneers commences to
day. The meetings will bo presided
over by President It. M. Powers. The
sessions will last three days and nth-
letlc events, music, baseball, speeches j
and banquets will be Included in tho
Thursday morning will be taken ,
up in religious exercises, an address
of welcome by M. A. Baker, three ath-1
letlc events, music by choruses and ,
the Athena band. Tho feature of the
afternoon will be the Indian drill by
Holds That the Real Interests of All
Are Identical What Affects Either
Labor or Capital Reacts on the
Other Lecture Was Followed by
Inter-Mountaln Choral Union Selects
Next Year's Meeting Place.
Boise. Juno 11. Tho Juno festival
ot tho Inter-Mountain Choral Union
of Southern Idaho and Eastern Ore
con held this week nt Boise City,
was the most successful meeting of
the society ever held.
A three-day musical program was
rendered Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday tho Baker City chorus being
the only Oregon branch of the soci
ety present.
Pavette and Baker City joined in
cinrini Mendelssohn's "Lorely" Wed
nesday afternoon, under tho direction
of Professor Kendall, ot Payette. The
an Executive Session of the Unions.
A small audience greeted G. V
i!...!. , Kn nnnrthnilSA Inst nicht.
the SlC-i-J5?,,?il!aC -TSJi?0 wtaT be spoke on the labor question j ntUtlon ot tnls masterpiece is said
........... ....... ..... j and the uenents to oe neriveu num.. i..v. i.eer
Rev M. H- Mjjrvln o Walla Walla. anTzed ,bor and the unionization 1
Wash. At 3:30 o'clock the athletics worklngman. rofTam
The pioneers' love feast occurs ! Purpose and Scope of Unionization.! Baker City was Kledri a, the
Friday morning, followed by music Mr. Harry spoke of the purpose meeting place for June, 1904.
by local talent. Athletic events will j and scope ot the union, of why t was ; Marshal
..1 . t..i. -.i f.. I .,,i ,i n.hnt pnvn it continued Mrs. Hamblln Was Supreme Marsnal.
UU JHIIIfll llll UUlll fllUlimih mmu unci- l iuiiui.u ...... ....... r--- j
noon, in the arternoon itev. Anareas : mo anu growing fucuhm.
Bard ot Walla Walla will deliver the i plained why the union had so much
I trouble and laid it nr uie uoor oi iuu
non-union man. The latter snarea
in the advantages ot Increased wage
mid shortened hours, and bettered
memorial sermon.
Saturday afternoon United States
Senator Levi Ankeny is to address
the pioneers. Following his speech
the pioneers will devote considerable
time to reminiscences and short
The sessions will be closed by two
athletic events and an exhibition of
the national game.
Articles of Incorporation Filed Today
by O. W. and C. A. Dunbar and L.
W. Swaggart.
Pendleton is to have another organ
for the dissemination of knowledge
(nniiltfnns all around, and yet selfish
ly refused to help bring about the
improved conditions which unioniza
tion made possible.
When the union was completely
organized and well controlled there
would be no trouble between the em
ployer and the employed, for the
middle and disturbing element would
have been eliminated. The way to
bring about harmony was to thor
oughly organize.
Deplored the Local Difficulty.
Mr. Harry alluded to the present
difficulty here and deplored it. He
Mrs. Ida Hamblin has returned
from the national convention of tho
Roval Neighbors, held nt Indianapo
lis "the first of this month. Mrs.
Hamblln was honored with tho office
of supreme marshal ot the national
convention whllo there.
When Artemus Ward w i. :
i6 he had a habh
jess so," "jess se
had said anything that wjl
ticularly iunny is ?;
Now Mnfhoni, uu- .
earth. " '3C to8,
You have only to try h t, i,
convinced of Its merit. "
Cheapest place in Oregon
ana spreading or iruw to me lour ,;new ,,ie benefits the RlpoJ,Ciove
me sprcuuiuB ui uuui iu tuo .uui i,.,sin(SR .n,.i,i pPnc leton and
winds. Articles of incorporation
were filed with tho county cleric to
day by the Guide Publishing Compa
ny, with a rapital stock of $1,500 di
vided into 15 shares of $100 each.
The purpose of the corporation is to
operate, establish and maintain a
l owspapor and job printing business
end the head office will bo located at
Pendleton. The Incorporators are O.
W. Dunbar, C. A. Dunbar and H. L.
Pasturage Fine Around Ukiah.
Julian Sharon has returned from
the Ukiah country, where he has a
homestead. The grass In the pasture
lands there Is knee high to the cattle
and green and tender. Mr. Sharon
has his place fenced and a house has
been built on it. and he Is very en
thusiastic about the country, its re
sources and its beauties.
Bert McAtee, of Salem, Is at the
Golden Rule.
Robert Hudspeth, of Athena, is at
the Golden Rule hotel.
Mrs. A. Newlln, of La Grande. Is
the guest of the Golden Rule hotel.
Mrs. C. R. Shaw, of Sumpter, Is the
guest of friends here for a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Morse, of Porx-
land, are the guests of the Pendleton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Wells, of
Heppner, are visiting friends in the
Mr. and Mrs. S. Ferguson, of Mil
ton, are the guests of friends In the
Miss Minnie Shields, of Pilot Rock
is visiting in the city for a short
time. , a' j
Mr. and Mrs. R, E. Porter, f
Meacham, are in the city for a short
Mrs. E. M. Chandler, of Baker City,
Is the guest of Pendleton friends for
Misses Malendia and Alice King, of
Athena, are the guests of Pendleton
Mrs. Hattio and Mabel Wright, of
Whitney, are visiting In Pendleton
for a time.
Mrs. H. P. Isaacs, of Walla Walla.
is in the city the guest of friends for
few days.
Major Hall, O. R. & N. claim agent.
passed through enroute to Portland
this morning.
H. .W. Stewart has gone to Port
land and San Francisco on a 10-dayc'
business trip.
R. W. StanQeld. of Echo. Is in the
city on a short visit and is register
ed at the Hotel St. George.
H. W. B. Smith, of Baker City, is
registered at the Pendleton, being In
the city for a few days on business.
B. F. Scott left this morning for
Portland and San Francisco to be
gone about 10 days on a business
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ross, of Mea
cham, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ross at their home on Jane
Ed Strahon, the furnishing goods
man at the Peoples Warehouse, is
again at his post after an Illness of
couple of weeks,
Mrs. J. W. 8ullivan will return
home tomorrow after an extended
visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Richardson, ot La Grande.
Hon. Stephen A. Lowell, of Pen
dleton, who Is among the foremost
attorneys of the state, and whoso
name was among the prominent can
didates for governor In our last elec
tion, was a visitor In La Grande last
night on his way to Indianapolis, as
delegate to the grand lodge ot the W.
W. La Grande Chronicle.
ns It was of advantage to Pendleton.
so was it of good to the union and
the worklngman, for they were part,
and a large part, too, of the city.
What benefited the city benefited the
union and what prospered the union
was of good to the city, for the mem
bers of the union composed a part
of the city.
Unions Executive Meeting.
After the meeting the unions went
Into executive session for the consid
eration of the RIgby-Clove contro
versy. What they did was not given
out, but it was strongly Intimated
that the matter would be harmon
ized before the week ended. The
carpenters will leave the matter part
ly to the discretion of the Central
Federation Council, and they will at
tempt to straighten out the tangle.
What the outcome will be cannot be
conjectured, but strong hopes are
held out that the matter Is now on
the high road to an adjustment, to
the betterment of the city and good
of all.
Cutting Catting Cutting
All day long from morn til night,
SniiiMininer Bre rods
at slaughter prices. All new and
beautiful patterns.
Come and get some of these seasonable goods
and keep cool. 250 pieces to select from
Lyons Mercantile Company j
Tho Ix'adors In Pendleton ?
Will Attend a Board Meeting.
C. B. Wade will leave for Portland
tomorrow to attend a meeting of the
state board of managers for the
Lewis and Clark fair.
!f.''F II"
The Best Oil Cooking
Stove Ever Mait
is the automatic bine flame oil j
cooker. It is a boon to tie j
housekeeper in hot weather, ail i
will boil, bake or roast like i
charm. It burns only a galln j
of oil in from Eixteen to twenty i
hours, and is the safest, Hi-
plest, cleanest and most econoi-
ical stove made.
W. I. CLARKE & Co. 211 Court Street
He will tell you
That barley -malt is a
half-digested food, as good
as food can be.
That hops are an ex
cellent tonic.
That the little alcohol in
beer only 8j per cent
is an aid to digestion.
But Purity
is Essential
But he will tell you that
beer must be protected j
from germs, and brewed
in absolute cleanliness.
He'll say, too, that agel
is important, for age brings!
perfect fermentation.
Without it, beer ferments
on the stomach, causing
Schliu beer is brewed with all
precautions. It is the recog
nized standard all the world
over, because ol its purity.
Asi J trllt Bmtry Batttlng.
Phone 51 Main,
H. Kopittlce.
507 Main St., Pendleton"
Thete will be a discount of f
per cc
on our entire Stock of
hkt Wanstf Suit
and a still la get
reduction on all oxst
Call and see oaf