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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 13. 1903.
Business Ca ds and Societies
PROFESSIONS AND TRADES, ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS
-05. M. D., HOMEOl'ATniC
E &VV. Vnd surgeon, unice in jura
ft'lephoM. office, black 78 J re.
i klick 24
nnrv.t tin VC IP! 1U
l?ff.'offic Pboue Main nil. re. Main
r7, n WISWALI.. PHYSICIAN AND
km II. 0. '?"?", Usnain block. Te e-
luinop. u"'i niti;nre 'nhnne black
ibut Biac '' "
F-Tm- K. IILAKESLEE, CHRONIC
( .tuonani and diseases of
J Mil"'- t" ,j7r , Main nnrl
ClV" on '"ihw. ril. 721 ; re.-
P : . . . ru nnnVS" OSTROPATH
I Pl.",nrofflce" "ohone Black
IrTb kieby, hivbirian and snR.
!i once In Association Block, Office
Residence Phone Mala H21.
mt. w. '. oauuet-
Hon, graduate opti
cian. Tue only com
plete optical parlor In
tbc city. Six door.
.,,,! I, nf 1 f Mnln
J 1 . 1 tla V 1 1 fui pllSrfrpjl
t rumination anil consultation.
, . i-itmluM nP.VTIST. OWICE IN
111 building. Thone, red 71.
. . ....... ntivnitjn APPIPt,' TV AQ.
..i.n,m lil, lot. uvir Schmidt s new Ul'llC
km. Ttone, red '271.
BANKS AND BROKERS.
FfiST .NATIONAL HANK OP ATHENA.
I iwnn 1'nnltnl. S."D.UU0 : Biinilua and
Irotu. J6.0UU. Interest un time deposits,
bilt In foreign and domestic exchange,
ollectlons promptly attended ' to. Henry
i Adams, president. ; i j. ivitk, viui-ijreo-but:
Y. 8. I.eUniw, cashier ; I. M. Kemp,
kllF. FAUJIintS' HANK OK WESTON,
I vteiton. Oregon. Does a general bank
kt business. Ksclmnce bmiglit and sold.
Eollections promptly attended to. II. Jam
Ihi, preildent: (lemtre V. rroebstel,
i president ; J. It. Kllgore, cashier; dl-
cton, u. A. llurtman. -M. M. jonus. r.
Itl. G. I), draw. .1. V. Kllcore. Itob-
Irt JinifsoD, (i. V. I'i uebstel.
iHE PENDI.IJTOX savings UANK,
I Ptadletoo. Oreiron. Orirnnlzed March 1.
Pffl. Capital. Slun.OOO; nurplus. $100,-
iDitren allowed on an time deposits.
utmost nougnt anu sum on au principal
hh !ciai attention given to coi
ittloni W. J. Furnish, nresldeut : J. N.
InL tl president : T. J. Morris, cashier;
aaionty, assistant casnier.
1851 NATIONAL HANK OP I'BNDLE
tw. Capital, 1 70,1100; surplus, $03,000;
nnsuu & general banking business. Ex-
unit mo uiep;rapiiic transfers sold on
O'fSrO. San FrflnrliK'n Vnw Vnrlr nnrl
Irliclpal points In the Northwest. Drafts
fwii on Liuna, Japan and Europe. Makes
PlWtlllH on reasminhle terms Levi An.
WV pwldeiit; W P Matlock, vlce-pres-
- v u. naue, casnier; II. i; jonnson,
ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS.
! L LlhrUf rnVTli ifrmu .!- TtiT
itt. All It ni n a n.nnU n i Tk
Pwt. ted 1543. '
' rri''WAItI), AIICIIITKCT AND SU-
kuVi. . v .""'"es complete ana ren
pieHins lor buildings In the city or coun
FI' Boom 17 Jmlii i,ii,ii -
IhnL p iK' CONTRACTOKS AND
du . i un, furnished on ohort
nu V work specialty. Prompt
FT- CONTItAQTOR AND BUILD-
I B.l(.:: ."iHiaueu uu uu kiuuh
S: ce?e."t 'nlls. "'one walls, etc.
m i.am uregonlan office,
C R. 'rixtivi... ... . . . .
1 4ut,ln I AIICIIITKCT AND
- ; -.-uicgtill,
I M. KHI.t im. .. . .TTTH " :
I imillu. t.VKKIMJ AND IT,
ite f,,mi r . whikk a spec n ty. i;a.
IH o a'".?1 .'"5- Wr" . guaranteed.
Pt iiiii "uey zenner's cigar
IT "'n itreet. p. o. box 104,
MOOT AND SHOE REPAIRING.
r.ffii?VA,.'. '".IK OLD REIilAllIiE
Ftntterui. Ji"'e "Bs repairing with
fta Co I. p '" lear of Dlndlnger
i alio. Olre ui
I .-'uiii.k uu . w .... m
K k ' ui tUele u nuythlng you
ltTMItel.'l "'"'"lliand furniture.
PtUpJfe? wf-re M"1 crockery, call and
J!l!l!Lo1j;ia Court atreet.
PS5siT32 Cottonwood -Uaet.
till, cjunty Makei loans on city and farm
general brokerage bualneis. Makes Invest.
K-s-ninrsoN, attorney at law;
Collections aid Itsurance. OfBce In E
J,.IJNTLyK?,!PRESENT9 T,IK OLDEST
ofat reymble "f? and accident insurance
companies. Office with Hartman Abstract Co.
JOHN IMILEY, JR., U S. LAND COM-
uiBBiuuer -opeciauy maae of land filing
and proof; Insurance and collections. Of
fice In Judd buldlng, room 10.
JOE II. PAItKES, OFFICE 120 COURT
street. Land office business, such as fll
Ing of claims and Initiating contests a
BOARD AND LODGING.
READJUSTMENT RATES OF
INSURANCE IS POSSIBLE,
Attendance Is the Largest In the His
tory o fthe Order Expected That
the Setslon Will Be Prolonged and
Argumentative Seattle Is After
the Next Camp,
MRS. H. L. HUNTINGTON HAS PURCHASED
"wi w i cai uaraen street,
where she will bo glad to ce bar friends and
HOTEL ALTA, COItNER ALTA AND
Mill streets. Hoard by the day or
week. Oood table set. Rates $3.60 and
$4.50 per week. Pendleton Feed Yard In
connection. W. V. Edmlsten, Prop.
WHEN YOU GO TO TILOT ROCK STOP
at the City Hotel. Good meals and
first-class rooms. Special attention given
to commercial travelers. Mrs. C. U. Ble
tel, Pilot Hock, Ore.
HILLY KRASSIG, HARHEIt SnOP AND
Hath rooms. Main street, three doors
north of Hotel St. George. First-class
NEW TONSORIAL PARLORS, COURT ST.
Three doors west of Golden Rule Hotel.
J. H. Face, prop. First-class workmen ;
everything clean ; all modern Improvements.
PATTON'S SANITARY HARDER SnOP,
Despnln block, Court street; best work
manship ; all the modern Improvements ;
nil tools sterilized ; bath rooms In connection.
CABS AND CARRIAGES.
CITY CAH LINE, KRWIN HAKER, PROP.
Telephone main 701. Office and waiting
room. Alta street, next to Savings Hank
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE DEPOT STAHLES, COTTONWOOD
street, between Alta and Webb streets,
II. Stewart, Prop. Hest care taken of
horses. Good stables and plenty of feed.
THE CITY LIVERY HOARD AND SALE
Stable. M. J, Carney, proprietor, for
fine turnouts. Stock boarded at reasonable
rates, Stable 118 Alta Street,
COMMERCIAL STAHLES, G. M. FItOOME
Prop. Livery, feed and boarding. All
kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers.
Opposite Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone, main
W. C. MOTLEY, PROKSSIONAL EXPERT Pi
ano Tuner. Orders left at Therkelien's Piano
House will receive prompt attention, HatUIac
DIVORCE LAWB-1'ETKK WEST; ADVICE
free ; fees, terms to suit ; 25 years' experience.
Office 608 Garden St., Pendleton, Oregon.
ATHENA HOTEL. LEADING HOTEL IN THE
itv. o.un in II. M) serdav. M. I'. Motley
That we give special attention to
orders lor fancy lUti L.KiiAM
C. R. DUTTON'S
! "M'rlng: hoMeahoelng a
y. ,hw?j"r attended to; call
Sj-JWU below Main tr..f
PiSh"-1 meNI. offices.
""M ti IfS? help or jMif employ.
Tim nonnio nf Pnndleton are re
spectfully asked to fully Investigate
Trlb, the world's greatest cure for the
llnnnl. nnrl lnlllfn hnllltS. flCd tO B.UY'
one In need of a cure wo say truth.
l'ully, Trlb Is an lionest, positive cure.
v.. .in .me HBP Trlh In vour coffee:
you can't give it that way; lmt be
sensible and tane it lor ujiaet- i
these habits the same as you would
a remedy for any other disease. Here
.s a reference irom a man wen
in Pendleton. Head it. We have
J. V. Dauglierty writes on May 14,
1!)03: To whom It may concern:
I wish to say I completed a cure with
Trlb in February, and have had no
desire to drink since. It will also cure
the tobacco habit. I had a harder
time to learn to smoke after taking
Trlb than when I first learned to
smoke. I am quite well known In
Baker City, La Grande, Sumpter and
Pendleton and anyone wishing to stop
using either liquor or tobacco, I would
recommend them to take Trlb.
Prico $12.50. For sale by all druggists.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Btf O for unnatural
I . .irUlara
I fntwu CttUcUa.
l0r Mat In plala iJfT-
tlm. or ( txittl-. S2.T4.
1 Circular taut oa nautat,
ft far ClllCUKSTKll'S iUltjlUB
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f Uuu. S ot Jr lra(laa. w
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Indlananolla tnd. Tunt. 13 TW,
Ing the coming week the eyes of 710,
000 members of tho Modern Woodmen
of America will be turned toward
mis city, where tho head camp ot tho
order will be in thirteenth annual
session. The advance guard ot dele
gates, Including most of the nauonal
officers, arrived today and the big
rush will be on in earnest by tomor
row night. There Is no doubt but
that tho attendance will bo ine larg
est In tno history of tho order's na
The questions to come before tho
Convention fnr tllscilRsInn nnrl nnttln.
ment are of paramount importance
ana iar removed rrom the groove of
routine business usually transacted
at gatherings of tho kind. Then,
again, there will be numerous spec
tacular features, including a parade,
band contests and camp of the uni
formed branch of the order, to attract
the members, while the central loca
tion of Indianapolis is also expected
to be a factor in the attendance prob
lem, Division Over Readjustment.
Tho great central question to be
fought out in the convention one
that Is likely to result In prolonged
and heated discussion and possibly
lead to a stringing out ot the sessions
beyond the week's limit is the mat
ter of readjustment of insurance
rates. Under the present system the
rate remains the same through tho
life of the insured as at the time ot
admission to the society. The or
ganizatlon has been definitely divid
ed on tho question of whether the
prevailing scheme shall continue or
be changed to one that shall regular
ly increase on an estiblishen basis
as the insured Woodman advances
in age from year to ye.ir.
M, H. Cleary, of Galena, 111., n prom
inent member of the Illinois state
bar, who has been the active leader
of the opposition to a change of late
system, with D. A. Nail?, of Prince
ton, 111., editor of ths True Wood
man, will be here to lead in antagon
ism to the proposed change. On the
other hand, Head Consul Northcutt
of Illinois, with his lieutenants and
supporters will work with might and
main to have tho proposed "step
ladder" system of assessment adopt
ed by the convention.
Another Important question the
head camp will thresh out will be
the admission of Cook county, Illi
nois, to the national jurisdiction of
Woodcraft. O. B. Aleshire and A.
W. Fulton, leading Chicago attor
neys, will appear as leading advo
cates of tho admission of Chicago to
Seattle and several other cities of
the country have entered a contest
to secure the next session of the
BOXING AT BUTTE.
Second Go Between Jimmy Brltt and
Butte, Mont., June 13. Though dis
appointed in an effort to secure
Fitzslramons, Tommy liyan and olhsr
big fighters, the management of the
Trtb-NoUce-Trlt. I'" j
We are headquarters for
X berries and fruits of all kinds
Conrad Platzoeder f
All kinds of Fresh
Meats always on
hand. Fine Bacon,
Hams and Sausage.
Prices as low as the lowest i
flstlc carnival In celebration ot "Mln.
ere" nay" ha3 arranged a program
ot events weit worth seeing;. The
card provides for a contest late this
afternoon between Jimmy Brltt, of
California, and Jack O'Keefe, of Chi
cago, to be followed In the evening
by a bout between Aurella Herrera
and "Kid" Broad. Tho Brltt-O'Kcefe
contest Is naturally attracting most
attentton. The two, according to an
nouncement, are to battlo for tho
"white" lightweight championship.
They are to clash for 20 rounds at
It will be their second meeting. In
tuelr first contest, which took place
a short time ago at Portland, Ore.,
O'Keefe was awarded tho decision on
a foul. The decision was unsatisfac
tory to Brltt and ho appears confi
dent of his ability to reverse it when
they come together In tho ring this
afternoon. Many visitors from out
of town are In the city and from all
Indications the affair wilt bo the big
gest sporting attraction ever pulled
off in Montana.
SAENGERBUND AT BALTIMORE.
Twentieth Triennial Saengerfest Is, In
Baltimore, Mrt.. Juno 13. In addi
tion to tho many excursion trains
and steamers arriving today tearing
singing societies and visitors to the
twentieth triennial saengerfest ot tho
Northeastern Saongorbund, all the
regular trains were crowded to their
fullest capacity. In addition lo the
societies thoro Is tho largest attend
ance of visitors ever known on any
occasion In this city.
The week will bo formally ushered
In tomorrow afternoon with a grand
orchestra concert In Druid Hill park.
President Roosevelt will be here Mon
day and In the evening he will review
the big torchlight parade ot tho sing
ers. The concerts and competitions
will continue throughout tho week.
The chief feature will be tho compe
tition for the handsomo trophy offer
en by tho emperor of Germany, but
this will not bo the only interesting
event of tho program, as thoro will
be numerous other concerts as well
as excursions to Gettyburg, Mt. Ver
non and other places of Interest, to
say nothing of the outdoor fetes, re
ceptions and parades arranged by tho
local committee on entertainment.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA IS
TO HAVE A PRESIDENT.
Institution Has Been In Existence
Nearly a Hundred Years Without
an Official Head Selection Will
Probably Be Made From the List
of Four Names Given Below.
Washington, D. C. Juno 13. Tno
University of Virginia, after a dis
tinguished career of nearly a century
has decided that it no longer can get
along without a president. Thomas
Jefferson, founder of tne Institution,
was of the opinion that tho universi
ty would bo better off without a pres
ident than with one and consequently
he provided In Its charter that its af
fairs should be managed by a board
of trustees. The developments of re
cent years, however, have given rise
to an almost universal sentiment
among the alumni and other iriends
of the Institution in favor of a presi
dent like other colleges and universi
ties throughout the country. Tho
change could not be brought about,
however, without a large amount of
red tape. It was first necessary to
obtain the consent of the state legis
lature and then to amend the charter.
These formalities having been com
pile.! with the trustees meet today
to make a selection for tho first pres
ident of the Institution.
Four Candidates for the Job.
Four men are prominently men
tioned for tho honor Henry S.
Pritchett, president ot the Massa
chusetts Institute of Technology;
Charles Venable, president of the
University of North Carolina; Presi
dent Charles W. Dabnoy, of tho Uni
versity of Tennessee, and Professor
John iiassett Mooro, professor of in
ternational law at Columbia Univer
sity. Dr. Edwin A. Aldorman, presi
dent of Tulano University and ono of
the moat distinguished educators of
the South, Is also mentioned for the
place, but it 1b regarded as doubtful
if he would accept.
The salary is to be but $5000 anil
this is regarded as entirely insuffi
cient for a position of such import
ance. In fact, it would probably act
as a bar to the acceptance by any of
those prominently mentioned for the
honor. Theio Is talk of opposition to
the selection of Professor Mooro. be
cause his views on the negro question
are said to be not those of tho people
of the South. The situation, there
fore, remains very complicated, and
the final outcomo Is a matter of much
Barnes I'm afraid I'm losing my
mind. When I borrow money from
any of my friends, I'm sure to forget
all about It. Howes Why, that is
no sign of mental decline. On the
contrary, It shows a line business ca
pacity uarnes nut I aiso lurgei.
when a friend owes me something.
Howes That's all right. That's
tact. Boston Transcript,
High water In the Columbia has
driven tho salmon out so none are
being caught at present.
Never corrodes, never
sweats nor expands ; in fact
never gives any trouble of
any kind and is used for all
classei of work. A very
superior covering for barns,
factories, depots, canneries,
tanneries, sheds and mining
Saai fcr kvatltt.
The Paraffine Paint Co.
San FrantUco, Ssaltls,
Portland. Los Angelas
and Dcnvsr, Colorado.
T. C. TAYLOR, Agent
I iiaftlhJUb!saWiLiaaf M
Insurance in force $13,456,980.00
M. H. RICE, Freewater
Aacnt for Umatilla County.
J. P. Walkar, City Agent for 1'unJletuii
Sold on the installment plan
Old machines taken as
J. E. COLEMAN, Agent
Onii'K, 30V EiiHt Court Struct
Chicago, St Paul, St. Louis, Kan
sas City, St. Joseph, Omaha and
All Points East and Sonth
Portland asid polats
oa th Sound
iA-avo I'niulluton Monday. Wmnlcrwluy
nuil VrlUiiy lit H40 p. in. Tuomliiy
Tliurwluyunil Sutiirdiiy ut 1 1 l ift u. in.
Ari l vo ut Pendleton Monday. Wixlutw
diiy HUd Saturday ut Ili'JIt 11. in,
Leave Walla Walla dally.eait bound, 11 M p, in
Arrive Walla Walla daily, eat bound, 10 :la a, in
For Information regarding rates and accom
modation!, call on oraddresa
W. ADAMS, Agent
H, B. (,'ALDKRIIEAO, (I. P. A
Walla Walla, Washington.
The Palace Cafe
on Court Htreet has lust been refit
ted throughout. You will llml
everything neat, clean, wholesome.
If you want a quick lunch we cuir "
serve you We also serve regular
meals for '-'6o. We lielieve we
serve the best meal lu the city for
money. Our teadlly Increasing
trade Is (rood evidence ot this faot,
Kanuera' i!3u dinners u specialty.
THE PALACE CAFE
310 Kast Court Blreet.
tatt's Sutttl-Ptfiii Capsntes
A PfJSlTlVB OUHK
For I aflamia atlaa ar Oalarr'
of the BJarU.r aatf I)Uaa4
Kldam. Mo our so par.
Oaraa aUklr aa4 Paraaa-
Bcntl? u wont aMa of
Uoaarrbawa, and ,
pu awwrai aw job. aiaau
lag. AbaolaUIr barolraa.
olr) br dranlaaa. Win
21.C4, or fcr mail, poatvaM,
Sold by F, W. Schmidt V Co,
VAN DRAN BROS., Prep.
The Best Hotel In Pemfeto
and as good as any.
The Hotel Pendleton has just
been refitted and refurnished
throughout. Phone and fire
alarm connections with all rooms.
Baths in suites and single rooms.
Headquarters for Traveling Hti
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month
Prompt Dlntngrooru acrvloe.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Depot
GOLDEN- RULE HOTEL
Corti.r Court and Johnson Streets,
M. F. Kelly, Proprietor.
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HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
AiiHirlenu I'liili, rnitMtfl.QA lof9.M
Kiirxiiaii I'Un. AOo, TBo. sjl.OO.
Mpi'ulnl niti' liy weoU nr month,
Free 'bus meets all trains1
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooaas
Special Attention Given Country Tradi
00RNER MAIN AND WEBB STg.
6E0. DARVEAU. Prop.
Block and a half from doMt;
Sample room In connection.
50o, 75c, $1.M
AHsTfistan Man. fti Dr day and uKajdi
MsMsiauartcra for toufuta and romawreiai ant
OfVCWiKi rssitrv mms u imussatu aasaw nnaavj
gesmcsnca. i urn najwiracot wm
ai an iimca to snow room ana trm n
imodcrii Turkish bath cat ablUhmnUu t
II. C. BOWKKIi NIMIW,
iridaHtB.borrbr. oflmpolancr. Cjpnaisuiai flwwaaa wpu'ia.
SOLO BY TALLMAN A CO., DRUGGISTS, PKNPLETON, ORKQON. ,
none Main 1011.
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