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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 29, 1903.
This Cap Label
is a cuarantee ot the ouritv and rich- I
ness of Evaporated Cream in the can
which bears It. Insist on scelnc tt H)
Wore you buy, or ask your dealer lor
It coes farthest. Is most acwtli
Ine and more pleasinc to the eye
than the watery imitations.
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SOUTH HADLEY CELEBRATES.
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ALL RECORDS BROKEN AT
THE ST. LOUIS GROUNDS,
Work Is Being Hurried Now to Meet
the Crying Need for Room Ex
hibitors Will Soon Want Their
Space Set Aside The Agricultural
Building is Now Under Way,
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bowel ci 1 i'
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et.ciili-t, iut t v y
cleat 01.V .
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It iq firjteof via
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A record In the rapid construction
of hip exposition buildings Is hedng
mntle by the contractors who arc put
ting tip the mammoth palace of agri
culture at the World's Fair at St.
The building when completed will
' be fUfixlGGO feet, nnd will cover more
i than 21 acres. Ou July 15, after 19
days' work, lOuO feet of tho frame
work of the giant structure had been
finished and the work was progress
ing so satisfactorily that It was con
fidently predicted that the remain
der would be completed !n 12 d.iys
' Caldwell & Drake arc the con
tractors. Though they were award-
1 the contract last March, much time
was spent in buying materials and
getting them on the ground so that
they bid not begin work until after
the dedication on May 1. Then a
small forre began layltig the floor.
When the real work began Mr.
Caldwell, who personally directs the
operations, put on "30 men. who work
10 hours a day. A night shift or 40
men Is also employed. Work start
ed on the north end. As soon as the
frame work was finished on the
north end the staff workers began
their task and they are closely fol
lowing the builders on tho jniirnev
southward of 1CC0 feet.
Mr. Caldwell says that by Decem
ber 1, when the building is due to be
Massachusetts Town Is One Hundred
Fifty Years Old.
South Hadley, Mass.. July 20. This
picturesque old town, nestling at the
base of Mt. Holyoke, today presented
n livelier appearance than at any
other time In Its long history. Tho
streets were filled with visitors, bus
iness houses and residences were
decorated, and other outward evi
dences that something unusual was
on the cnlondar were to bo encoun
tered at every turn. The occasion
was the opening of a two days' cole-'
lirntlon of the 150th anniversary of
tho founding of South Hndlcy, for
which celebration tho citizens have
been prepnrlng for more than n year
Tho celebration opened with the
customary sunrise salute of cannon
and later In tho forenoon interesting
literary exercises were hold. Tho
speakers of the day Included Gov
ernor Dates. Congressman Frederick
H. Glllett, I'rof. E. G. Smith, of Bo
loit College, and Miss Mary 13. Wool-1
ley, president of Mt. Holyoke Col- i
Though the celebration program
Includes speeches, fireworks, band J
concerts, athletic contests and other
forms of entertainment the most in 1
torcsting feature of the occasion, i
undoubtedly, is the reunion of former I
sons and daughters of the town.
These nrc gathered to a total of'
several hundred from Ohio, Wiscon
sin. Illinois and a number of lae '
states farther west.
EAT EWl LIKE CANDY
turned over to tho exposition offi-
, clals, the great building will be com
plete in every detail.
Although the agricultural nalace is
i only ono story high, and without gal
I lerles, the proportions are perfect
; nnd artistic. The great structure
stands on Sklnker Hill south of the
administration buildinc and over-
iSff'v X'tSftSSi ls the huildlngs of the main pic-KSithAUj-i"0
Iri ' "mi ' "J a ! ture- Running the full length of the
rrriujjG cucnr coai-iw. cuiiicor sm ton, j building is n great central aisle with
the roor 100 feet above the floor. A
clear story admits light to the cen
tral and contiguous aisles. The
height of the eaves line is (15 feet.
Messrs. Caldwell & Drake are also
the contractors for the horticultural
palace and work is progressing so
satisfactorily on that building that
its completion by December 1 Is assured.
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
It Will Alake You Feel Good
when jou get into one of the
collars laundered at this cs
tabhshnenl if jou have been
having your linen done I p by
an inferior method Shirts,
collars amd cuffs laundered
here is the acme of hne work
and we send th m home with
a color and finish that is be
yond con. petition.
Court and Thompson Streets.
1900, King Humbert of Italy
Was Assassinated, '
Rome. July 29. The king and1
queen returned today from their
summer villa near Turin nnd nttend-'
ed the exercises held In observance
of the anniversary of the assassina-'
tlon of King Humbert, who was kill-'
ed nt Monza, July 29, 1900. by the
anarchist, Gaetano Brescl. Comment-1
oratlve services were hold through-'
out Italy, though Rome was tho con
tor of the observances. It Is esti
mated that 100,000 strangers visited
the tomb of King Humbert in the
Pantheon during the day. The pil
grimage to the Pantheon occurred at
A o'clock In tho afternoon.
Owing to the unusual number of
strangers now in Rome and the lat
ent, though none the less deep polit
ical and religious feeling pervading .
all classes of society on account of
the papal conclave, the government
took extraordinary precautions to '
prevent nny unseemly demonstra-1
tlnns. For tho same reasons of state
the memorial exercises were cur
tailed with a view to attracting less
attention. Tho procession to tho
Pantheon was composed of delega
tions from all the Italian provinces.
The pilgrims filed In procession pa3t
the vault containing the rematns of
King Humbert and there deposited a
large number of wreaths.
A stranger in a strange place should remember to ask
for the Cremo. You can (ell it by the band. I
I The Largest Selling' Brand of I
B Cigars in the World.
The Band is the Smoker's Protection. I
GREAT VOLUME BUSINESS
PROMISES FOR THIS YEAR.
the (llfccasL'il portions of
Is only onp way to cure deafness, anil tliat
la ur constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
caused by an Inllamed condition of the
mucous lining of the llustachlau tunc.
When tills tube Is Inflamed vim have n
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd
when It Is entirely closed, deafness Is the
result, and unless the Inflammation can be
taken out nnd tills tube restored to Its
Ertucatlonni t E'i? full- as confident that not only
te, Sholby-1 by Catarrh, which Is nothng but an In- '? Ule cr0" "tIook encouraging, but
Superintendents and Private Schools
Discussed. Deafness Can Not Be Cured
...uiiauMu, icmi., jui ;3.-ine j iiy local applications as they can not rench
auLuuu uuy 01 uie annual assembly "c uifceaseu portions or the
of the Tennessee State Teachers'
Association wns a busy ono for the
many delegates and visitors in at
tendance. At the forenoon session
papers wore presented and discuss
ed as follows: "Proper Recitation Re
quirements," J. G. Rollow, Ringgold:
"The Library as an E
Agency," Louis Wllholte,
vllle- "Relation cf City and Rural
School Systems," Superintendent J.
W. Huey, Springfield.
This afternoon the assembly di
vided into conferences for the dis
cussion ot topics specially relating
to the duties of superintendents and
the functions of private schools. The
session this evening promises to be
one of the most Interesting and in
structive of tho convention. The chief
feature Is to be the annual address
of tho president of tho aBSociatldn,
S. E. Hill, of Knoxvlllo.
General Conditions and Splendid
Crops in Nearly Every Section Get
the Credit North, South, East and
West All Share In the Prospects.
Chicago, 111., July 2S. In tho opin
ion of well-posted tramc officials all
lines of business could not be In a
much more healthy condition. Natur
ally, attention is concentrated upon
western territory, particularly that In
which Uie great crop-growing areaB
which sorve as a guide for future bus
iness operations. Caroful investiga
tion has failed to disclose unything
in tho prospective conditions which
would jtist..y anxiety in New York's
financial district. In the Northwest
railroad men are equally optimistic
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Sold Everywhere in Boxes, 10c. and 25c.
tlamed condition of the mucous Ritrfmt
Wc will give One Hundred Iiollars ror
uiiy case 01 neatness (causeu by caturrhi
that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free.
P. J. CIIKXEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druscsts, 75c.
Hull's Family rills nrc the best.
Directors to Be Britons,
London, July 29. The directors of
the Cunard Steamship Company and
also other prominent ofllcers of the
company are in future to bo exclus
ively British. Action to this end was
taken today at a special mooting of
tho shareholders, who adopted a
stringent, provision to prevent lor-
We Keop nothing but pure
natural Ice, frozen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and lasts longor than
artificial ice. All we aBk is an
unprejudiced trial of our Ice.
Why not order a case of tho
celebrated Schlitz. A. B. C. or
Gambrlnus for your Sunday
lelgnors holdlntr shares In tho
Two Thousand Gathered Together at i ny directly ur In trust. Another pro
South Bend. vision gives the directors absoluto
"Phone your order to Main
South Bond, Ind., July 29. South
Eond is festooned In purple and
white In honor of the members of the
Benevolent and Protective Order or
Elks, whose state convention will bo
in session hero during the remainder
of the week. Today was devoted to
the Tocaption of the visitors, who
poured in on evory train from in
powor to enter Into any agreement
with the government for the carrying
of mall, building vessels, or the plac
ing of vessels at the disposal of tho
"Oh. yes." she said proudly, "we
can trace our ancestry life to to,
I don t know Just who. but we
dmnapolis, Fort Wayne, Torro Haute. 1 lmAT, ,)M'n do,"-on(llB fr centuries."
isvansvine, Anderson and numerous
other cities and towns of Indiana
From present indications the attend
ance will reach 2,000, of whom nbout ',
300 will ho regularly accredited dele
gates. The chief buslnoss sessions
of the convention will be hold to
morrow. The remainder of the tlnv
will be devoted largely to Eighteen
li'g and entertainment, elaborate ar
rangements having been made by the
local lodfje of the order to give the 1
visitors a good time.
the indications point to a greater vol
ume of traffic for the railroads than
wbb assured one year ago.
In the southwest traffic conditions
are rapiuly becoming such that offi
cials say tncy have difficulty in hand
ling It promptly and are looking for
a car shortage earlier than usual, al
though they claim to bo bettor pre
pared for tonnage than over before.
There is now a great volume of mer
chandise going to the recently Hooded
districts and tho railroads touching
those points are overburdened with
traffic additional to that which has
been pouring Into other parts of tno
conntrv fnr wnnl.-c nmnlniu r t.
lines directly west from Chicago say l
nieir reports irom ail distributing
points could not be of a more encour
Tho WeBt Is consuming an increas
ing tonnage ot ovorythlng manufac
tured and vast quantities of supplies
re moving torward now that wore
hold back by tho cold spoil In June.
The Southern linos also report n
steadily increasing business In both
directions and ofllclais say they have
few, if nny. Idle cars.
' A '
to Prevent Piu-'hm nnd Consump
tion i.- to ciii. m,,' Uien It
first appears A'." ' Enjluh Rem
edy will fctop )! -i i' a night,
and d'ie the i-oi.j ., imir system.
Aiwa s s a nun I. ft'id Hire cure for i es and explanations were Hstoned to!
Good Roads Meeting at Canton.
Canton, O., July 29. In connection
wii.ii tne home week colouration be
ing held In Canton tills woek au in
torosiii'g good roads meeting was ,
lir-ld today, '"he participants Inelud-'
cil road super-. I.iors from many parts
of Ohio, together with a number of
road-making experts whoso addreas-
.Asthma, BimidiltK and all throat
and lurp troubles It ii does not sat
isfy vou M dmis'lM will refund your
.money. Write to tor frep sample.
W. H. Hooker & Co riuffalo. N. Y.
J?. W. Schmidt & Co.. druggists,
with close attention by those present.
The conference proved to bo one of I
the most notable of its Hind yet held '
in tho state nnd the result promise)
to glvo a now impetus to tho good
roads movement in this section.
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that the very thoupht of it fills her with apprehcusioH and l.oX
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V think you're sharp but any old "
0' uia cut (.Jreecc-nt rastn
"Ol ! A little short and crusty am If
" 1 11 i in not so tough as that Jast pie cu i
an henr tn nidku and an hour to hake, did a'
dig the iru.t cut with a pickaxe, I'm told."
But n vr again since now they use
CRE:CENT BAKING POWDER
i red n Took
I oiks had to
I Pound 25c
W '.h a Cf':rCB
On Its Meait
Has the large demand hi
Been huflt up Only the choicest wheat that 's? the
to by. rs w st Flour. It's perfection in Flcur
PENDLETON ROLLER lllS
W. S. Byers, Proprfctor.