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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, AUGUST 17,
TO INVITE TRAVEL.
Lewis and Clark Exposition Will Be
Granted Very Low Rates Roads
All Favor Reductions Efforts Will
Be Made to Stimulate Traflic.
Commencing Wednesday, August 12
and ending Tuesday Night, August 18
We have tables loaded with accumulations of
Eomnanth, consisting of Lawns, Ginghams, ('he
voits, Linen, Mus ins, Oil Cloth, Kihbons, Em
broideries, Outings, Ticking, Crash and many
other noods we cant mention here.
ALSO BIG CUT PRICES ON
Wrappers, worth Si 75, sale price Si 30
" " 1 50. " 1 10
" " 1. 25. " 89
" " 1 00, ' 70
90, " 65
In fact we intnd to give a Big Reduction all
through our store, in all departments .during
On Saturday and Monday we will give
each customer 20 pounds of granu
lated sugar for $1.00
That tar repriM-mitntivos or trans
continental llnoB who will moot n com
mittor from the Lewis and Clarl; Fair
will agree to iiuoto unusually low
rates for the exposition If rOKiudod.
by railroad men as certain. Assur
ances have been glvou thnt the Lewis
ami Clark Fair will receive rates as
low us any over granted to a coast en
terprise, says a l'ortlaml paper. This
proliahly means that at least, one faro
lor the round trip will be authorized,
and It may be thnt n rate or 50 for
the round trip from Chicago may ho
granted Some railroad man hollove
that the $50 faro from Chicago Is
moat apt to be used as the basing
The only question tlmt appears
likely to be brought up for surlous
consideration between tho conferees
Is the duration of time those rates
shall lw in effect. The officials of tho
fair arc unxious thnt the rate be up
piled durlnvr the six months the fair
Some railroad man are opposed to
this policy, believing that certain
soiling days should be llxou and that
regular tares be quoted on otbur
days Such officials Insist that tho
rompanlos cannot do business all
summer on an exposition basis.
If any diniculty Is linil in reachiug
a conclusion It is likely to come from
the southern Hues. Tho northern
roads, having close business relation
with Portland and the Rtnte of Ore
gon, as well as other Northwest
points ate inclined to lie very liberal.
They are likely to insist upon extend
itu to the fair hoard almost every
consideration that has been asked.
While some protest may be made by
southern lines, particularly those with
no connecting lines Into Tlregon terri
tory. It is not Mleved thoy will go
so far as to endeavor to upset arrange
ments. Krom what Is known of the atti
tude or the Transcontinental Passen
ger Association the disposition of
members Is to ngreo to any proposal
thnt Is satisfactory to tho irthorn
lines, tho ones most Interested. This
practically assures tho Lewis and
Olnrk Fair of tho consldoratloiiB thai
aro desired. .
Tho conference between a commit
tee of the Lewis ami Clark Fair and
the committee from die Traimeontl
nontal Passenger Association will h
hold some time next week during the
visit to the const of Charles S. Fee,
general passenger agent of the North
ern Paclllc As chairman or the com
mlttee Mr Fee has asked all the In
terested roads to he represented It
is not known, as yet, how successful
this movement will bo, but at least
Mr Kee ami A. L. Craig, general paB
simper agent of the O. It. &. N will
nttend. Tho result of this meeting
will probably determine the action ol
the Transcontinental Passenger AhsO'
It Is rather significant that tho con
ference over Lewis and Clark Fair
jates Is tu ho held at a time when
the passenger associations have not
fixed the rales to apply from this tor
rltory to the St, Louis Fair. In fact
it Is likely that tho Lewis and Clnrk
rates will have been quoted before tho
St. Louis rates are settled.
The settlement of tho LowIb and
Clark rater, two years before the ex
position b- opened will give the olll
cials In charge a definite basis upon
which to work In advortlsiii), the big
nltrnctioii. Hqually us important,
however, Is tho action which binds tho
railroads to aid tho fair. Naturally,
after tho genorul passenger agents
have agreed to favor low rates they
will do ft great deal toward advertis
ing the fair. Tho rallroad-i would. In
nny event, advertise the exposition
extensively, but they are more apt to
begin early and advortlie more ox
tens'velv than they aro committed
to the assistance of tho enterprise.
The question of low railroad rates
from the East Is olio that the fair olll
clals have long desired suttled. In
the addresses made before tho Trans
continental Passenger Association
during Its meeting In Portland tho
speakers brought out the fact that the
fair could not lie made a success im-
K.au l,i..r i-ntlrrvtil rntn WCI'O i'miltcd.
Thcro has, however, nevt been much
ilotllit out mat too irauscoiiuiieiii.il
lines, acting Tor no other reason,
would grant low rates to Portland.
Tho exposition olllcinls, though, would
like to know as soon as possible
what these rates are to lie.
NEW FLYING MACHINE.
St. Joe Store
- m fr -
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class worK guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
Pan nnvnnp ennnnsp
that we would double
the necessary cost of
i our brewing without a
Would we spend so much on
I cleanliness ? Would we cool the
I beer in plate glass rooms ? Would
I we filter all the air that touches it ?
Would we age it (or months ?
Would wc sterilize every
' bottle ?
The Largest Selling Brand
of Cigars In the World.
The Band Js the Smoker's Protection.
The New York Times has the Foi
lowing to say in Regard to Ice
We keep nothing but puro
natural Ice, frozen from pure,
clear mountain water. It goes
farther and lasts longer than
artificial ice. All wo ask is nn
unprejudiced trial of our Ice.
Why not order a case of the
celebrated Schlltz, A. B. C. or
Garabrlnus for your Sunday
'Phoiie yfiur order to Main
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Cor. West Alta and Lllllth Sts.
S. A. aLLowaY Has CHARGE
OF THE OLD DUTCH HENRY FEED
YARD, AND WOULD BE PLEASED
TO CARE FOR YOUR HORSES,
PLENTY OF STALLS, LARGE COR
RALS FOR L008E HOR8ES AND
CATTLE. HAY AND GRAIN FOR
SALE. CHOP MILL IN CONNEC
TION. 'PHONE MAIN 1331.
Seattle Man Now Constructing a New
J. V. Jnnln, a mechanic residing in
UiIh city, has evolved a now Hying
machine theory, by tho menus of
which ho lmixjH to construct a soaring
vehicle tnnt will take tho $h,,iiimi
prize to ho Riven at the St. Louis Ex
position for tho Hying machine that
makes tho boat exhibition, Kays the
Seattle Star, lie says that ho niado
Ills discovery in 1891, and bun boon
working on the matter over since.
Tho prospects of tithing the big ex
position prize havo given him nn
animus to expedite the completion
' of tho machine, and ho Is busy now
making ready for Us construction,
, which will cost ?iQ0. Yestordny after
1 noon ho called upon City Engineer
I Thomson, and tho lattor, after look
ing ovor tho plans, pronounced tho
.scheme feasible. The machine by I
I which Janln expects to make tiantos I
Duniont, Langloy and other would-be )
sny-Ilyers look as ridiculous as Darius
Green. Is 11 largo mechanism. 200 foot j
long It works on tho principle of
vnlvo action, the means of propul-1
slon being gasoline engines, Jnnln es- 1
tlmatcs Unit the machine can attain :
a siecd of 250 miles nn hour, enabling
him to circle tho world In six days.
The eost of operation would amount
to only 91-cent per horso power per I
hour. The machine, Jnnln says, enn
he directed with perfect ease.
"Probably no bacteriological fait is better established
than that much of tho ice of commerce is dangerously im
pure. The assumption that water purifies itse'f in freuz
mg was long ago shown to have but a limited basis in
truth The individual crystals are likely to lie purer than
the mother liquid from which they are formed, hut ice is
a mass of crystals in which may be entangled all kinds of
impurities ' '
The germs are not only killed in the proiebs of man
-racturing the ice. but the condensed watei passes
through two coke, two charcoal and one spongt filler
leaving it absolutely jiuu to go into the cans
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
ROSS ICE and COLO STORAGE Co,
Phono MAIN 1781 514 Main Street
We do it to attain
absolute purity to avoid
the remotest possibility of germs
to make Schliti Beer healthful.
MEETS AT BIRMINGHAM.
G. M. FROOME, PROPRIETOR.
Carryalls for picnic parties Oood
earns with competent drlvora for
nmmerclnl men Hnceilv horses and
lamlsomo rigs for evening and Sun
.ay drives. Gentle horses for family
ise. Stock boarded at reasonable
,ntcB, Dest of care glvon to transleni
tock. Opposite Hotel Pendleton
j.Phoiio Main 101.
if you want your houses rented or
lour property sold.
C. SrooNi iokk, 220 I'.. Court
Babbit Metal, best In the world, In
lars. Price, $1 per bar, at the Eati
'lirejjonlan Office. j
AbiolurePuriry, Flrtesr flavor,
Greater Slrer$h . Reasonable Pri ces.
Why accept a com
mon beer, brewed with
out any of these pre
cautions, when Schlitz
I Rppr rncf-Q nn mnrp. ?
Your dealer mav prefer to fur-
I nish a beer that pays a little more
I nmfit : but does it oav vou to ncr-
Imit it? Isn't pure beer Schliti
lUecr worth asking tor f
Alt fir the Brtvitry Btttllng.
Phono 51 Main,
507 Main St., Pendleton
THE SURE WAY
to Pii'vniit l'noiimonin and Consump
tion Is to euro your cold when It
liist appears. Acker's English Rem
edy will stop tho cough In a night,
-iiid drlvj the cold out of your system.
aIwuvh a quick nnd Hiiro euro for
AHtlima, Dronchltls, and all throat
iiid lung troubles. If It doos not sat
isfy vou the druggist will rotund your
inonoy. Wrlto to us for froo sample.
W. H. HooUor & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
1 F, V. Schmidt & Co,, druggists.
Plumbers and Gas Fitters From All
Over the United States,
lllrmlngham, Ala., Aug. 17. The
aiinunl convention of tin United
States Association of Plumbers nnd
dim Fitters, which opuncd liuro to
day, is unusually well attended. Mem
bers are present from Seattle, San
n.ilu.ri I ,ia A , limine nml fitlmi- nil.
les on tho Pacific coast, nn well as !
from all parts of tho North and Kast.
The sessions will runtlimo several
days and many Important (iiioatlons
of Interest to tho trad' will bo discuss
ed. Tho president : the association
and presiding olllcci of tho conven
tion Is William M01 rich, of Iluvorly,
rite yvo?i.os BEST
Primary Object is to Head Off En
croachments of Wholesalers.
""Detroit. Mich., All 17. Moro than
100 harness mnniif i 'furors and deal
ore from ovor tb" i' tilted Stntca nro
hero attending tbo annul convention
of tho National lfuiwsH Manufactur
ers and Dealers' Protective Associa
tion, tbo principal object of wnicb Is
to prevent tbo wbnlosalo uealors
from monopolizing tho trado of tbo
retailors. Tbo first buslnoss session
was bobl today with President John
I). Wolsofor, of Cincinnati proaldlng.
Iloporls from tho various associations
wero rend, which showed tho organ
ization to bo In a nourishing condition.
Frank Oostroff, bold In tbo Ilutto
city Jail, for tho Wyoming authori
ties, for stngo robbing, bung himself
In bis cell, Sunday morning.
" .. S3OT
The remarkable '''"'.'"loSt
suuiption must remove al d
as t,! its purity niidwliotoo nenes.
No housewife 0 hii nflor-1 to w
ONM l'OI'NM) "T. lll'JNTH
On Its Nlent
Has the large demand for
Byets' Best Flour
Been built up. Only the choicest wheat that Rr',w" Jt'U,y the
to Uyurs Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour "
PENDLETON ROLLER ILLS
W. S. Bycrs, Proprietor.