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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, nM nnEQON. MONDAY, JUtV 6, 1903
Cut Prices on
MEN'S a BOYS'
i llpp lift
T ecTtttT, its!, iv ififcfV
In order to make room for our im
monBO line of Fall Clothing coming
we will have a
on the remaining of our Summer
Clothing, Prices speak for them
selves: $10.00 Suits will go at
$12.50 and $13.50 Suits will go at
$14.00 and $15.00 Suits will go at
$10.50 and $17.50 Suits will go at
All Boys' Clothing, two and three
piece suits, knee and long pauts
will go at a discount of
TWENTY PER CENT
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One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Ha ters $
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A hotel that will accommodate C,
000 people Is building In St. I.ouls to
meet the demands of the World's
Thu Christian Herald of Now York
has contributed another $10,000 for
the relief of the (amino district in
' There are now on tho road In the
United States 150 circuses, pony and
dog, and Wild West shows, and nine
Uncle Tom's Cabin shows In tents.
Statistics show that tho net In
come of American street car com
panies is $30,955,233 annually, and
that tho earnings are twice tho ex
Tho Princess Mathilde, who com
pleted her 83rd year recontly, is the
daughter of Napoleon -Honaparto's
youngest brother, Jerome, King ot'
While the garrison of a Dritish
fort In Ceylon was firing a Fourth of
July salute to the American shipping
In tho harbor a gun exploded, killing
ono soldier ami Injuring another.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
C. J. G. I'attullo, Walla Walla.
E. C. Sanderson, Eugene.
A, Nylamter, Portland.
T. 11. Stacker, San Francisco.
Frank M. Moriarlty, San Francisco.
E. II. Hart, St, I.ouls.
Thomas A. Purdy, Portland.
M. Sankey, Chicago.
F. S. McMahon, Portland.
T. E. Flaherty, New York.
H. K. Davis, Portland.
Gus Hoffstadt, Chicago.
II. II. Strong. Walla Walla.
J. W. Callonder, Athena,
II. S. Heathfleld, Spokane.
W. It. Glendonnlng, Portland.
Oeorgo Hartman, Jr., City.
Hen Uurroughs, City.
Fred I.ampkln, City.
T. Cullender, Portland.
Antono Swoty, Mnpastve.
J. M. Urquhart,' Napavive.
J. F. Scholl and wile, Hock Creek.
T. Smith Portland.
T. Smith, Portland.
Golden Rule Hotel.
A. O. Jones, San Francisco.
A. D, Thomas, Now York,
II. Uonnctt. Walla Walla.
.Airs. H. Kinney and son, Hoppner.
E. Crafts, Athena.
F. M. Naught, Oregon City,
J. Moore, Helix.
O. I) Galley, Portland,
Sam I.el, Spokane.
S. A. Frans, Spokane.
C. 1. Downer, Spokane.
J. 1). Penney, Spokane.
It. P. Turts, Juniper.
T. K. Shlplor. Hood RlVor.
C. Herg, Walla Walla,
M. W. Hahe, City.
.Mrs. J. II. McLaughlin, Mcacham.
Joe Gans, tho llghtwelgnt colored
champion of tho world, defeated Bud
dy King at Iiutte, Sunday, in a five
When tho now Pacific cublo was
opened for operations on Saturday,
there had already been 1000 messages
II led for transmission.
Tho llakor City high school gradu
ating class, consisting of 10 members,
was the largest public school class lr.
tho state, outsldo of Portland.
W. A. Clark, Jr., son of tho multi
millionaire senator of Montana, was
arrested in Denver Sunday, (or speed
ing too fast with his automobile.
A now Irrigation company at North
Yakima will build a canal 30 miles
In length, covering 10,000 acres or
arid land and costing $100,000, this
Arthur Nelson, n boy 11 years old,
of Astoria, was Instantly killed on
the Fourth, by tho explosion or a can
non, Into which ho was looking til tne
time of the accident.
M, C. Kraup, of Now York, crossed
the Sierras In nn nutomobllo Sunday,
over tho Placervlllo route. This Is
tho llrst auto to cross tho rango over
this hazardous routo, Trading In "puts" and "calls" un-
John M. Kerr, I,itlu J. Howard and , der our system Is very prolltp lie Wo
Hattlo Wost of Sacramento, wore j lmmllo grain and stock accounts on
drowned on Sunday in tho Sacramen-. a margin of as low as $20 Our hook
to rlvor by tho wrecking of a row boat on "put" and "call" trading sent free
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
fur miy case of catarrh that can not be
cured liy Ilnll'a Cntarrli Cure.
R J. IJlli:.Ni:V & CO.. Toledo, O.
We, tlio undersigned, liave known I'. J.
Cheney for the last IB years, and believe
him perfectly honorable In nil business
transactions anil financially able to carry
out any obligations made by their Arm.
WII8T & TltL'AX, Wholesale Druggists,
W.U.DI.Nd. KI.NNAN !c MARVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, u.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting illiectly upon the blood ami mucous
siirfacen of the system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 7."ic per bottle. Sold by nil
Hull's Family l'llls nre the best.
In wlilob tlinv wnrn rldlnir.
During the month ot Juno, 90 homo
ntoad filings woro mado at tho Uolso
City land, offlco tho largest num. or in
any ono month slnco tho olllco was
established In January, 18C4.
on application. Heferences, Brad
street. Boogo & Co., members of
Chambor ot Commerce, 37 Corn Ex
Ladles' halt soles 40c, Teutsch.
LAW TO REGULATE THE
PLUMBING OF CITIES.
Careless Wording of an Act Passed
by the Last Legislature Who Will
Comprise the Board of Plumbing
Inspectors In This City? A Duty
That Is Up to Mayor Halley.
At the last Bosslon of tho legisla
ture there was a law passed ronulrlng
thc mayor or every Incorporated town
having 4,000 Inhabitants or more to
appoint n board of plumbing oxnmln
ors consisting of two master and one
journeyman plumber, who shall meet
and organize and who Bhall look after
the plumbing of tho city or town and
shall examine all applicants who
wish to work nt the trade.
All towns of 5,000 Inhabitants or
more shall havu an Inspector who
Bhall look after tho plumbing in the
town and see that it is done In ac
cordance with the rules and regula
tions as made by the council, and
all towns having 4,000 Inhabitants or
more shall make ordinances which
shall govern the plumbing In the city
and specify as to ow it shall ho
The last section of the law Is an
example of tho carelessness of somo
or the legislation Unit Is onactod.
After going on throughout the act
and specifying tho duties of tho In
spectors and the nun""cations for tho
plumbers and all of the details ot the
law section eight roads as follows:
"Section 8. Any person who works
at tho business of plumbing, or main
tains or conducts a plumbing shop
In any incorporated city or town in
the Btnte, containing more than 4,000
inhabitants, or' otherwise violates nny
or the provisions ot this act, shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction thereof In a justlco
court of competent Jurisdiction, shall
be punished by a line of not loss than
$10, nor more thnn $100."
Of course the court would construe
tho meaning of tho act from the text
before, hut judging by the last clause
It is a misdemeanor for a porson to
engage in the plumbing business
after the first of tho current month.
Owing to tho press of other bus!
ess the mayor has had no opportunity
to appoint the board from this city,
but ho has had tho matter under ills
notice for some time past and the
board will In all probability he ap
pointed In the near future. There
are seven plumbers In tho city, nnd
from this numlicr the hoard will have
to lie appointed. William Keller, L,
A. Eddlngs, M. Keating, T. P. Lund,
Paul Paulson, Smith and Sam Sams
ure all of tho men In tho city who
are nt present engaged In the plumb
ing business, and from their ranks
the board will be composed.
WISMER WANTED AGAIN.
Young Man Who Was "Persecuted" In
This City Is Wanted for Safe Crack
ing in Seattle.
Tho Seattle Post-Iutelllgencer of
July 4, contains a picture of Floyd D.
Wismer, tho young man who was ar
rested by Sheriff Taylor, some week
ngo, on information from tho linker
county Bhorlff, on a charge of forgery
In that city. It seems Mr Wismer
patched up his acts in Baker City,
sufficient to secure his release, and
after spending a few days In this
city, ho went to Seattle.
On Saturday night of Juno 27, a
safe In tho olllco of tho C. IJ. Smith
Manufacturing Company, or Seattle,
was blown open by what led tho po
lice to bollevo wore oxpert cracks
men, and $217 taken. Before the
smoke from the explosion had clear
ed away, a policeman had reached
tho olllco and saw no ono at the safe
nor leaving the building, which at
onco led hlni to bellovo tho money
had been taken out boforo the safo
was blown opon nnd the snl'o thou
cracked to hldo the true criminals.
Mr. Wismer and Georgo Briggs, a
stenographer In the Smith ofllce, at
onco left town, Tho men had been
chums slnco Mr. Wlsmer's nrrlvnl in
Seattle, and tho circumstances sur
rounding the crime pointed to their
complicity In It.
Wismer and Briggs nro now wanted
by tho, Seattle police on a charge or
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Moki Tea.
A pleasant herb drink. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes you
eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaronteed or monev back. 25
cts nnd 50 cts. Write to W. II. Hook
er & Co., Buffalo, N. Y for a free
sample. F. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
USED PULLEY ON JOE FLAVEL.
Shoulder Bone Broke Through Liga
ment and Stuck,
Tho rare operation of setting a dis
located shoulder by means of n rope
and pulloy was yesterday morning
performed by Drs. Stiles and Cropp
at tho Wnlla Walla hospital, says tho
Walla Walla Union. Tho subject was
Joo Flavol, who several weeks ago
fell through a haymow Into a manger
bolow, dislocating his shoulder. Upon
examination It was found that tho
bono had broken through tho capsu
lar ligament at the Joint, and It resist
od tho ordinary pressure that could
bo brought to bear at tho hands ot
ORDER FOR RABBIT8.
American Hare Packing Company
Closes Contract for Ten Thousand
The American Haro Pncklng and
Cold Storage Company, of Echo, has
closed a contract with Harry Badgers
of Buttor creek, for the delivery of
10,000 fat, sleek, young hare, begin
ning the first of next September,
j p Nolson, recently rrom Wlscon
aln has also contracted to furnish
n largo number of the American hare
nnd will prepare for the business of
catching and delivering thorn nllvo,
as tho compnny has decided to re
celve thorn In no othor conditions.
-Mr Nelson will fence n largo tract of
sagebrush land with rabbit tight wire
fenco nnd make a business of taking
the game In largo numbers, hnvlng a
readv market for his entire catch.
The company will tnke nothing but
prime, fat young rabbits, nB tho mar
ket ilemauds only the choicest (iiullty.
The deed from tho town of Echo to
the packlpg company for one choice
lilniMf nt hind, for a cannery site will
be transferred this week and the com-,
pnny will then Immediately begin tho '
erection of tho plant which must be
three times the value of the land,
ncrordlng to tho terms of tho deed.
Hot Lake Bath Houses Finished.
Guests will please securo rooms In
advance. Bates: Board and room,
$10 to $15 per week. Baths, $1.50 per
week. Tho uew bath house Is now
Stock Farm fori Sale.
Tho Oglo stock farnvoMlsUng of
3000 acros, about 250 head of cattle,
plonty of rotor, Brass" and timber.
Rango has novor boon shoeped off.
All under fonco. Will grow nil hay re
quired. Call on or write to Bentley
& Hartman, Pondloton, Oregon.
N. B. Longhead, of Walla Walla,
was run ovor and sevorely injurea
by a runaway team on the Fourth.
"'J I Bl ! -ii
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale 50 head of cows, '25
calves by side; 10 2-year-old holfers,
and 15 yearling heifers.
ELMER SPIKE, Echo, Oro.
but If you have
destroys and with,
crs it like this.
"Destroy the cauu
you remove the
No Dandruff, no
Falling II air, no
Baldness, If you
KILL THE GERM
For sale by ill druggists. Price $1.
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filer nn. .li. K1'
uur ot nice m
Of thoni roJ.. .
en,,,,,;: tj om",b
" "'wo hot itJK ,
A Nice, Jdic
Steak is just the
mis weather. It;
noi to roast or b
TCall or phone
.'Sir. K. Court PIiomi
Investigate our Big July Sale
Bid you ever stop to
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rhilG TlierkfilaenV .Tnlv SuIa Is enlne- nn vnn call sav
$25 on an Organ and from $25 to $55 on a Piano. A small payment
of $5 or $10 down and $5 or $10 a month and the instrument is yours.
You take no chances in buying of as as we carry no instruments that
are not fully guaranteed both by the factory and by ourselves.
Remnmlinp nnr EASY PAYMP.WT PLAN nnmhlnml with our exchange
contract and July reductions makes it possible lor everyoue to have
an instrument. Below are a few of our snaps:
This Month Only
This Month Only!
Wealso have some barcaiusin second hand instruments that we have
taken in trade on new pianos that will surprise you
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Remember the Number 315 E. C0UR1 5H
Investigate Our Exchange Contract