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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREQON. FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903.
That is our motto, and we
have the SHOES to show
you. Our business is grow
ing every day, because we
treat our customers right and
(give them values lor their
" Special Sale on Tan
Oxfords. BIG VAL
UES, Regular price
$2 to $4, Sde Price
Good SHOES CHEAP
son & Company
Phone Main titt
on hand at the proper time to start
tho gamo on the . tlpic set, which is
3 o'clock. ; f
TWO CHILDREN DROWNED.
Little Sons of Professor Tslklngton
Lose Their Lives at Lewlston.
Tho two little song of ProfesBor
Tolklngton, of Lowlston, Idaho, were
ilrowneil In Snake river, while bath
ing, on Wednesday evening. Tho
children loft homo In the afternoon
to gather shells on the rlvor bank,
and not returning by supper time
tho parents became alarmed and in
stituted a search for them,
On tho rlvor bank near the city.
their clothing was found, where they
had gone into the rlvor. A llsli not
was immediately mado use of and ono
body recovered at tho first dip. After
some time the second child wns found
near the placo they had entered the
Tho children wero aged C and 8
years. Professor Tolklngton was for
merly principal of the Pendleton
schools, and the family has many
friends here who sympathize with
them In their misfortune.
' IN PENDLETON OFFICE.
SOCIAL EVjENTS OF THE WEEK
Concerning the People of Pendleton and Vicinity, Notes
Personal and Otherwise By Our Regular Correspondent
NEW WHITMAN FACULTY.
Profits of This Office for the Last
Fiscal Year Were Over $1,500
Large Increase Over Corresponding
Quarter of Last Year.
On the last day of June the fiscal
year ended for the postofflce force,
and they have been busy for some
time compiling their reports, for not
only the end of the year, but the end
of tho quarter as well.
The receipts for stamps and stamp
ed envelopes sold during the quarter
just passed, foot to the considerable
sum of $3,157.57. The newspaper
postage amounts to J56.B5 for the
same period, while the box rent to
tals to the sum of $315.55.
Tho expenses of tho ofllce amount
In the aggregate to $1,944.24. "This
includes all of the expenses of the
office the salaries of the clerks, the
carriers, the postmaster and assist
ant, and tho rent of the building. It
leaves a balance of $1,515.43, which
has been sent to the postofflce de
partment at Washington to bo turned
into the general fund of the depart
The Pendleton office Is one of tho
paying offices of tho country. Most
of the larger ofilces of the state will
pay their expenses, though the small
er ones In the rural districts some
times run behind.
This is the end of the fiscal year,
and a comparison of the business
done during this quarter and tho cor
responding quarter of last year shows
an Increase of $419.S0. All during the
preceding quarters of tho year a
steady advance has been noted In the
business or the ofllce, In keeping with
the growth of the city in business
and prosperity. The advance has
been steady and slow, but Is a healthy
one and shows that tho city 13 on
the steady Incline.
Six Additions to Staff of Educators of
Walla Walla, July 3. At a meat-
Ing of tho hoard of trustees of Whit
man college yesterday evening, six'
additional Instructors wore added to!
Professor A. W. Hendrlck. who"
was dean of the academy last year
has been chosen to succeed Otto A,
Haeurbach In the department of lan
gunge and literature. Thomas
l'oimell, of Omaha, will fill the va
caney In the conservatory; Jllss
Maud Howe, of Peoria, III., will bo
assistant In the piano department
Professor Edward C. Uuby, of the In
dlana State University, will have
charge of the Latin department, and
Professor B. Hyde, of Amherst, will
do assistant professor of mathemat
W. H. Cowles. of Spokane, nnd Al
Ion H. Reynolds, whose terms had
expired, wero re-olected trustees and
Ilov. George It. Wallace, of Spokane,
Was elected a member of the advisory
uoaru. tho proceedings of the trus
tees at commencement were formnlly
ratified. The principal work of the
session was dovoted to filling the va
cancies In the college faculty.
ilic college campus has been added
to by the purchase of the place owned
uy .Airs. u. S. Uaker, who expects to
vacate January l, 1904. This Is
vaiuauio audition to tlie campus.
maKing now a tract of more than 20
acres on the north side of Bayer ave
nue. Tho original campus was .six'
and oue-lialf acres in extent.
STORES CLOSE TOMORROW.
8ome Will Not Open at All, Others
Only TIM Noon.
The stores of tho city will all of
them, or nearly all, close tomorrow
at noon In order that thejr clerks can
have tho benefit of tho holiday. Some
of the stores will close In tho morn
ing and will not open till tho regular
time on .Monday morning.
This will enable all of tho clerks
who are in the baseball team to bo
-BRICK PLANT ENLARGED.
Washington Owns Ten Acres of Brick
Clay at Dixie.
Walla Walla. July 3. The brick
yard at the penitentiary yesterday
morning began manufacturing the ad
ditional product recently auiuorlzed
by the state board of control. Tho
regular run nt the brick yards con
sumed GOO carloads of clay, and It s
now proposed to manufacture 4uu
more Into brick. Yesterday tho first
sixteen carloads of clay from the
Dixie banks wore dellbvered at -.10
The state owns 10 acres of clay
mines at Dixie, tho product being,
hauled to tho yards over tho Oregon
Railroad & Navagatlon narrow'
Tho extension of the brick yards
was also begun yesterday. Two hun
dred and twenty-five feet will be add
ed to tho present yards to accommo
date the Increased output.
HOOD RIVER BERRY CROP.
i How to Prevent t
The spread of Infectious and
contagious diseases is a mat
tor in which all aro interested.
In order that our customers
may havo tho most modern
method of disinfection, as well
as tho safest, simplest and
most reliable, we havo added
to our already completo drug
stock a lino line of
Besides being an Ideal 'sick
room disinfectant, It is un
equalled In fleas, insects of nil
kinds, etc. See them in our
'window and como In and let
'us toll you more about it.
TALLMAN & CO.
J.euriliifr ;I)riitfi;i,HlH ,1
The Sudden Change From Cool to
Very Hot Weather Spoils Many
Hood Hiver, July 3. Notwithstand
ing the fact that many tons of fine
Btrnwberrles have gone to wnsto in
tho fields, on account of tho rapid
ripening, owing to excessively hot
weather. It has been by far tho larg
est crop in tho history of tho city.
Tho cool weather of tho past two
weeks had held tho berries back
somowhat, when tho sudden change
to hot and sultry weathor caused
many of thorn to rot on the vines.
Tho last picking on many fields wns
not toiicneu as uio licrrlos wore unfit
There linve been shinned out about
ISO cars this year, and tho crop would
iiuvo reacneu nilly 171 cars had It
not ueen for tho losses.
lho output last 'year was 100 cars
and the acreage will bo Increased
about 30 per, cent next year.
Returning From Lewlston.
A. Knnklo has returned from d tiln
lo Lowlston, where- ho has been for
some tlmo on a trip for tho purpose
or closing business accounts nt that
place, whom ho was In business for
several years prior to coming to this
At the porsonage of the M. E.
Church, South, Juno. 28, at 3:30 p. m.-.
Daniel McConnell wns married to
Miss Rose Jnmes, Rev. E', U. Jones
Tho wedding was n very quiet and
Informal affair, none being present
but the contracting parties and tho
Mr. McConnell Is a former resident
of this place, having been In business
here for about seven years, beginning
nbout tho year 1888, but Is at pres
ent a resident of Dayton, Wash.,
whore ho has boon In business for
tho last six or eight years. Mr. Mc
Council Is woll known and highly es
teemed In Dayton, whore he has built
up a prosperous business In tho caudy
nnd ice cream line, nnd owns ono of
tho most beautiful homes In that city.
Miss James is a daughtor of A. J.
James, of Dayton, who Is one of the
pioneers of Columbia county nnd
who has amassed a considerable for
tune In farming and stock raising.
Miss James wns beautifully dressed
in white organdie, while the groom
was becomingly attired In a suit of
gray. Tho happy couple are now
stopping at tho Hotel Pendleton, but
will taic the 8:15 train In tho morn
Ing for their future homo In Dayton,
Miss Jessie H. Harden and Arthur
E. Shick were married at the parlors
of tho Golden Rule hotel Wedncsdny
evening at 8 o'clock by Judge Thomas
Fltz Gerald. The principals of the-
wedding aro well known In Athena,
where they will reside In tho futurd.
The wedding was a quiet affair, a few
of tho friends of the young couplfc
being In attendance. Aftor tho cere
mouy nn Informal reception wns hold.
Pleasant Evening Party.
.Mrs. C. E. Troutman cntortnineu
Sn nf bur voiuur friends at her home
on the evening of Tuesday last. The
evening was pleasantly pnssed with
progressive dominoes as tho engross
ing feature nnd nt the conclusion of
tlm cniiios refreshments wero sorved
Mrs Van Wilson, Mrs. Collier, Miss
Flora Walker and A. C. Funk tied
for first placo whon tho scores wore
added up and they drew for tlie prizo,
which fell to tho lot of Miss Walkor,
The prize wns a beautiful piece of
work In burnt wood, inscriuen wun
n motto from Shakespeare. Tho coiv
solution prize was awarded to Miss
McDl II and was also a souvenir in
An Informnl two-sten was given by.
some of the young people of the city
lost Monday evening nt the Armory
hall. About 15 couplos wero in at-
tendance, nnd tho dance was n very
Will Summer on the Sound.
Mrs. C. S. Jackson nnd sons, Fran
els and Philip, left this morning for,
Portland, wlioro they will moot Mr.
Jackson nnd will go from that city to
Delano, on tlm Sound, whore they
will spend the summer.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
ISpeclal Music (and Seasonable Topic
irm?k bit 4. j
At the services or this church both
morning and evening; TAlsd Motyldne
Frakor, who lias Just completed, her
studios In music 'at McMlnnv'IIIoCoV
lege, will sing.
The subjoct of tho morning dis
courso will be of gront Interest to all
true Americans', "The Prcscrit Call1
for n Revival of American Pafolot-
listn," In the evening the regular
In Pendleton, was hero yesterday on
business. Walla Walla Union.
E. J. Godfrey, of Portland, wns In
l.n ,.lti. nDn.,lni.' .... l.lu ,,n linmn
from the Red- Boy mines, whore ho
. . . ' lias extensive noiuings. no loii on
George Downer, of Dayton, 1b m tlie tlli8 morning's train for Portlnnd.
City on a short business trip
J. W. Smith, of Milton, is in
city today on a business trip.
W. F. Adams is In tho city for n
short visit with friends hero.
Fred Reynolds, of Ijx Grande, was
n the city yesterday on n business
R. H. Simpson, of Baker City, Is
spending the day In Pendleton on
T. C. Taylor will leave this oven-
ng for Sumpter. where ho will spend
I George Downer and his aunt, Mrs.
"1 . Downer, both of Dayton, visited
I friends hero yesterdny whllo en route
. to lone, whero they will spend tho
Fourth with relatives and friends.
Mrs, T. E. Fell returned to her
home In Portlnnd this morning after
attending tho funeral of her 'hus
band's father, C. E. Fell, which was
conducted In this city yesterday
Mr. and .Mrs. .1. Green and family,
of Horton. Knn are In tho city
looking for a location In which to
settle. .Mr. Green was formerly In
Ity for a short visit with friends and '' . ""l1' ncM In Kansas, and
on business. imviiig iuiu oui in nun. siuio, uesires
... 1 l" 111 'JIX'KUII.
Miss Louise Chamberlain, of Gale-'
na, Or., is In the city for a short visit i
Roy Raley and Bert Whitman
Tho conviction Is rapidly growing
that the animus of tho holdlng.back
pollcy of tho Colombians in rolntlon
,to the canal treaty Is a deslro to
have their hands well "greased"1 so
thoy can lot go the tltlb to tho
turned last night from n hunting trip
Charles Chonoy, one of tho lnrgo
farmers of the Cold Springs country,
s in tlie city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Montgomery, of ,
Aberdeen. Wash, nrn vlnlllni? frlnmlu I
In Pendleton for a few days.
Miss Eva Wood, of Weston, a for
mer teacher In tho city schools, Is In
the city the guest of friends. i
Howard Evans, a fruit crowor of '
tlie vicinity of Milton, Is in the city !
today In the Interests of his busl-1
G. B. Arbogast, of Adams, Is In
town renewing old acquaintances.
Pendleton was his homo until recent '
Mrs. Mary E. Moulo has returned i
trom Portlund. where she has been
visiting frieds nnd relatives for sev
I.uko Hawloy, tho junior momber
tho firm of Hawloy Brothers. Is
under the weather and Is confined to
A. S. Watt, tho tax acont of thn n.
R. & N.. returned to Portland this
morning after a couple of days spent
in me city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Burtchor will bnvn
In tho morning for Milton, whore thov
in spend mo rourtli with fr ends
Otlo Boottchor returned this mnrn.
ing from a trip to the mountains
hero he has been on n sheon buv.
Clifford Pruott, of Oakland, Cal.,
who has been visiting in Pendleton
for the past month, will leave this
evening for his homo.
George A. Bobbins, tho proprietor
or the Owl Tea Store, will leave tho
last of tho week for Portland, whero
ho will remain for a ween, on busi
ness, Fred W. Shoemaker, Oregon state
manager of tho Washington Llfo In
surance Company, wun headquarters
Dick Wells ran six furlongs In
1:111-5 at Chicago, breaking tho
world's record for that distance by
Row T. C. Wlswall, a Congregation
al minister, has resigned and become
a laborer, bellovlng this to bo nearer
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
This question arises in tho family
svery day. 'Let us answer It to-day. Try
If You Haven't Spunk
and energy enough to sit
right down this minute and
write for our catalogue we're
afraid you're not suited for a
business life. This may be
the best chance you have
ever had. Don't waste it.
We educate you practically
for business and get you a
position when competent. A
postal card will bring full
particulars. Isn't it worth
your while to write now be
fore you forget it.
Bebnke-Walker Business College
Believing the Bmltli-Preinler
tlio most popular typewriter on
jearth, we have purchased 25 ma
chines for our new school
ill hiivnr T?1 -iih
w. r new -i
purse, link U-.l 7.
join, mc? lUKlliar . . "5y wi
tflnir ..nutrir II1CIT1 arm..-!) '. " 1
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M. E. Church, South Sunday
services bb follows: 10 a. ni., Sunday
school, I. E. Earl, mipcrlntomlont; li
n. m., preaching by pastor; 7 p. m.,
lEpworth League; 8 p. m., preaching'
by pastor. Prayer mooting on Thurs
day nt 8 i). m. Subject for Bible
study. "Pationco." E. B.- Jones, pastor.
No Paper Tomorrow.
In order that tho East Orcgonlnn
force may fully enjoy tho good 'time
Incident to the occasion, there will
bo no lssuo of tho paper tomorrow.
wu iauy pleasi -
Some New Glass,,, tv."
Big Cut Prices
In all Departments of oar Store all
this Week. All who trade ,at ow
Store tmderstand this means cheaper
than yo can bay the same grade of
as every devotee of tlie rod
reciuires not only commute
1.... .1 1 1 . 1.
rule holds good with uy kW
iret vour sunnlles at W. J. C
whose stock of rods. I ces.
IIVH. 1IVIH. llHXKtMM. llflA. Mill
luiiuuiiHiien iisnerauiu. canuem
upou as tne uest mat 1110117
ww a a m. m m m m am. j wr m. ill. 1 wuui 1 ui
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Henry Tumor of Grunt's Pass, has
mysteriously disappeared and foul
play Is suspected, owing to tho largo
number of toughs In tho city.
Biicucious nnti healthful tiKMnrt. n.
pared in two minutes. Nobollhiffl no
baking' I add boiling water and set to
eool. Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry nnd strawberry. Get a packauo
nt your grocers to-day. 10 ct3.
Wc Don't Keep Everything
But we do keep a good bio
stock of nice dry Flooring,
Celling, Rustic nnd Finish,
In al grades. Also all kinds
of Dimension Lumber, n,
eluding Lath and Shingles.
Our stock of Doors, Win
dows, Moulding, Dulldlna
and Tar Paper and Apple
Boxes Is complete, and any
one In need of Lumber will
not be wrong In placing
their order with the : ;
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
Get it at the
I . iMIIIi
and it is rim
.Made a big improve
ment in changing
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BIG BOSTON STORE