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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1903.
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Labor Day, September 7
i-THE INDIAN TRADE
r WHITE MEN TO BUILD ROAD.
No Asiatics to Be Employed in Brit
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With family around expecting him
to die and a son riding for life. 18
u . n- Kine's New Discov-
w art- Ir.v.:
Meti s Suits $10. $12, $15 ami $20
H.ivV Suits $2. $3, $4 and $5
RESERVATION A GREAT
SOURCE OF INCOME TO CITY.
About St25,0CO Per Year Spent by the
Indians In This City and County
Indians Are Becoming Good Farm
ers Many Seek an Education.
Vancouver. B C. Sept. 4. As the . . u Drnn nf I.eesrille. Ind
i endured death's agonies from asiu-
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
run for several hundred
through this province, the British r
; ma; but
BAER & DALEY
riq Msin St . Pendleton
niu or the greatest sources of in
-om m the ritv of Pendleton, and i rh-, the veltow Derfl fastened itself
other towns in Umatilla count . is on this province. The local govern
the Indian population, of the Umatilla j ment believe the new road should
reservation. be a white toaa't line all through.
Pendleton makes a specialty of bid- j Further, the provincial m.mstry
d'na for this trade In carrying spe-, has asked that the company be com
. . ' j j Vi thu ' nuTtAwt tn Wtil its line n this nrov-
1 ' reservation Dry goods stores, the , inee. starting at the coast and work
er harness and saddle stores, the grot- ,ng eastward through the mountains
4- nthar hmn.-hMi of trade. I to the nralrie. There is a fear here
4- make stwcial bids for the Indian: that U this Is not done the GrarU
f trade by offering attractive designs. Trunk Pacific may use Easte-a nu-:
BUU nuipiBa t.i-iu.-i-L..-
which British Columbia may subse
quently give the line will be contin
gent on these conditions. It w!U be
lumbla government has early taken
steps to Impress upon me leaerai au-
.u-i.i ...o h.rii.rinr th line -V
.. v, cures
IIS View laai Atimits suuuiu hrnnphlti:
emnloved on the construction. When ?n'"
the Canadian Pacific was built the
then government save special power I '"'r ... iim Tr.ai hot
for the company to bring In Chirac. ; Co-s drug
and it is claimed that It was then.1' rret al 1""IUn
this wonderful mcaic.no
Instant relief and soon cureu
him. He writes: "I now Sleep suuuu-
every night." Like marvelous
of consumption, pneuiuomu.
coughs, colds ana grip
Kmt and lune troubles. Guaran
Ladies' half soles 40c. Teutsch's. j
Picf MPes 1:
! ICE CRI
Just call up Malm
fnn'si Pnn,u o
UJ ouire, W(J
our wagon around
quantity of Wcre.;
What dessert can y0J
this hot weather
uu ice cream. OnrJ
pure, cold and d!
you are down nwn lrjh
iry our not weathujl
iry our cata.es thejj
irrsn every uay
Aland specially manufactured goods.
Ti Perhaps no other Institution in the
4. l cited stales nas maae ue bwbp
renutatian as mat etuovea tj me
4 i w:hiiiwiihumii mi ihiiiiii i m i
GENERAL NEWS. j
The largest apartment bouse in !
tka world is the Ansocia. tn New
York City. It is 1? stories higu. has :
tt elvatars and accommodates 18.- j
itoo people. j
Samvel Jacobs, a lineal descendant
:if Major AndTe. of revolntJonary 1
' fame, died September 4 at St. Joseph,
Mo., aged 82 years. He was a civil
?ng'ner and surveyor by occupation.
The federal government has
uroogbt suit for $10,000 against ih
bondsmen of the Tennessee sheriff
from whose custody Harvey Logan.
he Montana train robber, escaped
Mrs. John Drexel hat! tt.O0O worth
fit jewel stolen from her apartments
.most at Newport, and Mrs. Weir
Martin, another society leader, had
8X000 worth of Jewels stolen at Al-
sarsBdar Bay. I
A 18-year-old girl in Jefferson j
coon 17, Kansas, last many unaer
took to stimulate the kitchen fire by
povring kerosene upon it from a can.
It worked all right, but she and her
bats sister were burned to death.
A Pendleion Woolen Miils, through the remembered thatthe Canadian Pa
fT ; manufacture of its famous Indian 1 clflc built from west to ea s eU
j roba. which were first made with a as from east to west ; indeed its last
vr t ntisfrtnt the demacd among spite was driven in the Rockies. The
the Indians. Prom this start, tnese
j robes gradually became ready sellers
outside of the Indian trade, and today
, scarceiy a home in Pendleton is wi.-
out its robe, or its collection or rooes.
' and the article has been shipped to reported to the Leader in this season
4a aakaown man was hwtantly
killed by a street car tn Tacoma.
rriday. Ha was riding a wheel and
waa haried into the air. breaking his
-wk la the fall.
C jP. Potter waa held up at the cor
ner of Sixth and Salmon streets, in
the heart of the city of Portland. Fri
day morning, and robbed of a few
dollars tn change.
Mrs. Pannie Gibson and Mrs. E- a
Kicsaarc. or aarscBeia. were ran
aver and instantly killed bv a toe-
ttng train Friday morning, in the'
woods near the city of Marshfleld. '
About 160 shtivp were shot at Pedro '
mountain, near Ontario. Friday. This
fa the second attempt at wholesale 1
ahwa ktlUn in this vicinity, aa a
iaxae number wer poisoned recently. '
Two huav stag hounds atuckedj
ttn. O. F. Timnu. of Vancouver. B-l
C Friday, and were tearing her
'-iothiag mto shreds, when she was
reeeaed by men who bad to beat the 1
ast aZ with club.
A serious row over gambng ocenr
iwa In the vtlfciire of Meadows. Mai-;
hear county. Friday, and aa a result.
Alex Landers, a gambler, was ran-'
pad a the head with a Millard cue. '
aast Is not expected to live.
George T Williams, Portland
G. W. Tacobery. Cecil.
C. M. Syferd Omaha.
Fred Jecnlng. Portland
H. R BriU. Portland
A. L. Kn:gbt. city.
E. A. Mann. city.
Charles A. Banmasaen. Tacoma.
Mrs. D. MoG ill very. Tacoma.
Miss C. Garland. Tacoma.
Mias May Oillaway. Tacoma.
Miss MQdred Garland. Tacoma
O. B. Proof Portland
George R Ftshner. Portland
A. T. Caswell Portland
T O Hilborn. Chicago
H. W Harris. San Francisco.
f A s,lTnrn rranoiseo The remaining 20.IWO acres of farm
IS iT1 .San 1 , ll Is farmed by the Indians them
Geo. H. Tanbrother San Francisco, j yet
George Onper. Portland Thl tontal amairatj: to Khont 837.-
W. H. Patton Spokane , r vear Md nine-tenths of this ;
j dieton. The tncome from the land
farmed by the Indiana varies with
different years, and nrobabiy amounts
to 8100,000 per year, nearly all of
Onderdonck contract was
(benefit to the province.
Barley Average of 100 Bushels.
By far the largest barley yield yet
every market center in the Tnited
1 States is great numbers, and to many
I foreign paints
1 The Umatilla Indian reservation
i consists of about 119.000 acres of
; land today. It formerly contained
151.000 acres, but the different sales
of Indian lands have cut down the
j borders to the present size.
Of this amount, about 6,ww acres
is farm land, and the balance hili and
pasture land. Approximately 30.00
of remarkable barley crops, was ob
tained at Joe Wurzer's place on Wes
ton mountain, about five miles east
of town, where threshing has Just
been finished by Carlfie's outfit. Fire
acres of barley yielded 185 sacks, or
the almost incredible average of
nearly 100 bushels per acre. This
tract of ground was in corn and pota
toes last year, indicating the value of
diversified farming to the soil. An
other tract of 15 acres at Mr. Wur-
acres are rented to white farmers at t gel's place yielded 350 sacss of bar
an average of 81-25 per acre, per year, j ley. His total crop from 60 acres waf
1.330 sacks of wheat and barley
J. A. Clarke. Portland
Y. Neater. Portland.
R H. Caaton, Spokane
H. C. Toppinp.
A. A. Howard. Spokane.
G. W. Thompson. Portland
H. F. Leeaner, Portland.
John S. Gnrnee. Portland
. Cohen. San Francisco.
M. A. Debiiff. Spokane.
C. S- Lovelace. Baker CIt
J. L. Wilson. Portland.
GoMen Rule Hotel
! W. Fischer, city.
M. Conlln. city.
I F. . Wells. Mlltoc
j C. Beeier. Waitsbnrg
j M. Beeier. Waitaburg,
C. A. Bac&nan and wife
Peo:ie who iiai.e l-ecn 0-1
t! eir summer vacations art
bt pinning to return ir
ate bringing bafc w.th
them seme beauti
P. ate?, a!! kinds albums,
pnr.t nc paper. rr:ount:-.
arid a 1 kinds of stipp!:e
for amateur photo
graphers at low
We'll Help You with
Your Photo Troables
Is a!wa r
place your cr rftl
! price -
F. W. Schmidt
The Reliable Druggist
i hour Miu ji
Miss Kastman. Walia Walla
t. R- Malore. BLanaas City
Sam Lee. Spokane.
J. L. Cunnlnghaa. Portland
J A. Creaswell. Portland
E. Costella. Portland.
H. U Shut, city.
R. Jones. Echo.
J. Cochran. Jacksoa
J. O. Perkins, city.
J. F. Melton Weston.
H. O. Rusaett and family. Spofcaae.
Mrs. M Hennessy. Spokane
J W. Pringer. Adams.
Mrs. Dr. J Ballivand and faaOy.
Mrs. W Luirle and family.
SaUie Husiod. Spokane.
A. L. McMnrry. Baker Citv
w J cly .t ; upon the family purse. There
VUsU.es It llAlliS aaJfClak Ual HIT t ma- ' . . - -
tilia reservation, says the Indians
who farm their own lands are becom
ing very good farmers, and many of
then especially expert teamsters.
Their methods are improving eacu
year, and as they understand the
value of industrious habits more thor
oughly, they reap greater rewards
from their farms. Very few of the
Indians are sniitiesa and out of a
is a way for the father of the j 4. U
family to prepare for the edu- I i
cation of the children, and at 4.
the same time protect the
family in the event of his death. ! 1
Our books, " Five Per Cent.
Twenty-YearGold Bonds "and , f
popuauon of abont 1.100. only a very. "A Banker s Will," sent on !
small proportion of them are addict- t . . . f
ed to the drtck habit, I request, contain information ! x
The more prosperous Indians are .that may be helpful and will
to re roana noon tneir farms at an s t .
I times, and those seen in the city from I wr'aini) "Kerestmg to any
I day to day. are those who are look-! parent.
; lag for a chance to get whiskey. The ,
a, , : . , , .uwuiirw niQt'
jvuux uhuwu snow an increasing oe-1 Ftnl la Umax
Company or New Y
... . w- i:
I W w muv uuuu IBOU3T i.Lt.nx:
i Mokl Tea pssltively cares Sick aa the floor of the moat prom uer.'
Saa Levine. a l&-year-old prisoner. ! Headache. Indigestion and Coos tips- law offices in the city, wuiie the at
wa parwoaed by Governor Chaaiber-.' tlon- A deiUchtinl herb drink. Re-; 'orrer and beads of the families are
aire for education, and the efficient
achooU under the management of t
Mias M. V. Galther. ace having a-JE MuTUL I iff Tvtrmvrc
neater !ofneiMe m4 mtr i "l "1UIUAL iltt. INSIRA.NCE
One especial feature of the Indian
trade worthy of mention is the lesai
business afforded by their preaencf
in the county. Their attorneys are
bay moat uf the time, straighten ins
ont leal tangles settling difficulties
3d rising and counseling their dusk
clients, and it Is the source of jrrar
. iaeonirf t th WwaI nmlMsbM rf r h
! city. It is not an uncommon s:zb'
Alma D. Kali tuanii:
Franl L. Haxa.or.i '
taia Friday. The boy was sentenced
(rosa Maltnojaah county tor larceny,
sad ob account of hi age a large pe
tition waa ntecented asking for his
John Seibert of MoniariUa Or.
aa located his lot daughter oy
ateas of a dream. She baU been lo:
- the fatoer tor Ji year and he
round her la Balticon a toe result
a dream which drove httr v ear-fc
ta that city. On the se-.-nd day after
hs arr:TBt n Bait;n'rv hf a re
warded by finding his 'iu;d marr.d
cad the mother of s j h idrea
moves all eruptions of tie slda. ore-. haldteg eonaultstion on business af-
ducisg a perfect comptesloc or moaey : '-airs.
reftrnded. 25c and 50c. Write te n; ; The betWr cJaet of ladiaa have ac- ti
for free sample W H Hooker & Co.. ' -ount t many of the leading stores
Bualo. Is'. T F W. Schmidt & Co. . and are riven everr eonnidorarinn !
s. a .i rr k-jvq rtuiomers ano .n ,
, trade t wotth catering to. The di-'
Pendfc'nr r-i?!e are yal to Pen-: "jbu: oc of about $125.0U0 per year I
d'.-t'in business -nterprises That among the dlSerent buslaees house
: the rasoti the Rosa Ire A Coid I It the city means that the efiort to
'oraee c-mracv have tad to pot on get and hold the Indian trade is a ,
two wagons and then can scarcely , stierlai branch of the aMrcaatile '
ir.dSe 'he trade Give us yoor or- permit in this city and county
ders and we wit! take care of it if! 4-
we nave to put on tour times
Dr J. W. Hill. Principal.
24tb & Marshall Sis Portland
A PRIVATE BOARDING
AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
SOYS AND YOUNG
Neu building, modem aud
Manual training. oiiUtary
Beys successfully fined for
all colleges or for business life.
Principal of 25 years' experi
ence in Portland.
Boys of any age admitted at
Write for catalogue.
Fall term opens 3vtetatir
T7 A KKimM
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cawpaTsoe. Esaocsrty Braac r as soacoc-L?
jraforiB apsearanc au-.c a Jat crtst
a4 r :ir tat fcr.d trj: fas z; jttel
iii:io owe ci-v w Totasoi
Fnmt i rhean ntn o(k tkM m u te
woior uvue at tkt irm of F J rbaev a
bum to tot ait Tatwla. nxtsrr
twi ntu fontt. and tbi 4 tm v.U tt
:ac lax at Dm Knontd UlUn tmt rt
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a iu ut K:!- CMurann
ors to Ik-tor n txl BkKeritt ta my
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If fTTTT . ,JC.
i taiu ran U.I tb UrH.
Fa'il Styles Ready
Saint Helen's Hail
Home and Day School lor
ipris of all age Academic
ud College Preparatory course
a well a thorough Primary
instruction. Ideal situation on
he outskirts of city of Port
and. Basket hall. tennis
horseback riding. Tar book
sent on application
SLEAMOR TEESETTS. Prin.
Before decttiag where tu , to
uoot. examine a
Now is the
have yoor house f.r
pered. A i.ttle FirTj
there will heln iUt
fully. Some nice, t"1
wall paper will la""
to any room. or
unvr was nwer.lA'
Fattern in endlenTO;
every one new
eoler design. Bt
let us show them t:jj
yoa what it wi" !
hole house or cf
E. J. IVlc
111 C.-trt !
C E. ROOSEVELT t
,2flSue for the coming ) ear
i'etlSietOn, Uree-oa i Ba,lau, ano equipment. New
MILK COKDEKSIKG COMPANY,
Farms for Sale.
We r,yw have listed for ante suae
toe &est wM&t farsas aad nr.
ta the eouaty. The stock
can be sold either with u-
ithout the stock. AU th nlsnx
well tmnroved and arll mtnikj n.v i 1. j ... ,.
- w . ,jesj sm cisorcers axis-
L ,VaoiT1 JTri4a rerr?!. Sold by ail
TJortfe We of river. Caii ! dragsins. Ko err, co par. au
get arte. i Trial naekaie fre Kt .hh..
HAHTMAN !H. Hooker & Co.. BuTalo v v p
,W rrMt Co
agement. and a faculty nt wr.
ed teachers. Special arrangement
for mueic itndenu and for the care
ful oversight au ftudents from out
of town. All grades of pubHc school
on thoroughly done. Our college
preparatory work U accepted by the
beat cortege East and West. Moral
and social advantages the very best
Term Uegio September U.
REV. w. K. 6LEAKNEY. PRINCIPAL
I? ; Sloaa.
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tc h m Kneurnansm i'nniv. iv r.,,
EiGHLiSD, ItiUW If ! P1 call and settle tWL Bv Oil t....;.. r "
BJ,! Slt Ageots fw Pl!,
WESTON, - - OREGON j
TERM 0PEKS SEPTEMBER 16th'
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poslble. by sfcU!
repaired vet i je
hand Setter tD85 '
Get your t.res
machine ixes j
no heat in z ,,D
ing bolts. La-S
way. Set ttem
This machine '
eraments on arW
methods We 11
price: we se'. W
are the best Wl
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