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.,.., nr.mi rrnii nannnti. THURSDAY. MARCH 17, 1904
PAGE TWO. DAILY fcABI UKUiuwwn, rt;iw-
A LINGERING COUGH
The cough that holds on
in spite of all remedies needs
energetic and above all thor
ough treatment. A mere
cough mixture won't do.
Root out the cold that causes
How? Scott's Emulsion.
Why Scott's Emulsion ?
Because it stops the irrita
tion, soothes the tissues and
heals the affected membranes.
When? Right away.
Scott's Emulsion begins to
help with the first dose.
We'll eeiid you a sample free upon request.
SCOTT A. HOWNi:, o9 Tearl Slrtel, New Yorl.
Japan Is having lier reserve sold
coined In the San Francisco mint.
Two million dollars worth came a
few days ago In one consignment.
For the first time In the history of
Now York bankruptcy proceedings,
cheap lodging anil third-rate hotels,
celver. She Is a lawyer lately ad
mitted to practice.
Four hundred and sixty-five Fili
pino scouts have arrived at the
1'resldlo on route to St. Uiuls, where
they will bo encamped for several
weeks during the World's Fair.
Edw. Kerlln, a Chicago man, has
confessed to robbing mail boxes In
that city of hundreds of letters. He
realized on them by forging indorse
ments to the checks and money or
ders. The Russian government Is said
to bo regarding the possibility of
taking tho Baltic fleet In the spring
to the seat of war via the northern
coast of Kurope and Asia, and Ber
Only a few of tho American mis
sionaries in Korea will consent to
leave on account of the war. The
American government has formally
notified them thai they remain nt
their own risk.
Mrs. Hettle Oreen. America's rich
est woman, after years spent In
cheap lodgings and third-rate hotels,
will build a five-story, strictly mod
ern and stylish residence In Filth
avenue, New York City.
An agreement has been entered
into by all the leading arms and
ammunition dealers and manufactur
ers of the United States, not to sell
munitions of war to either side In
the San Domlngan troubles.
Rats and combustibles caused a
small Are and n big panic In the
Manhattan hotel In San Francisco.
The Are did a little damage and the
panic a great deal. Several people
,wero severely hurt in tho crush.
' PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
' Archibald II. Clelland dropped
dead on the streets of Corvallls, of
heart disease, Wednesday.
Tho Hlllsboro Independent has
been sold to I). W. Hath, of St. Paul,
who will continue to publish It.
William Hendricks, a pioneer or
Whitman county, Washington, died
Wednesday of pneumonia, aged
The 6-year-old daughter of John
Middlestadt, of Lebanon, was burn
ed to death Wednesdny while play
ing around n brush fire.
Thomas H. Dalnoy has been select
ed as chief of police of Seattle, by
Mayor-elect Ilallinger. The appoint
ment will bo made at once.
Wallace. Idaho, hopes to secure
free mail delivery this season, as tho
required Incomo (,f $10,000 will be
enjoyed by tho Wallace, postofllco
Tho skeleton of n strange monster
lias been thrown on the beach at
South Heach by the waves. It Is 17
feet In length, Its head being over M
A. D, Charlton, assistant general
passenger agent of tho Northern Pa
cific In Portland, is mentioned as a
successor to Charles S. Fee, general
passenger agent of that road,
S. A. T), Gurley, a prominent law
yer of Arlington, died Wednesday
morning of pneumonia. Ho was
land commissioner and head council
of the local lodge of Woodmen of
Mayor-elect Halllnger, of Seattle,
liaa nlvnn thn ,rnmll1nrH Ifl lllldor-
stand that ho will keep tho city
closed while mayor, and as a result
tno big games nave aireauy cioseu
and the gamblers arc leaving.
Two little daughters of llertrand
Tl.-nb.. worn rtrAmntnil In their hliril-
lug home nt Mountain View, Wash,,
on Wednesday. Tlie cnuurcu wero
sleoplng in an upper room and tho
finmoo unroml km rnnidlv that thuy
could not bo rescued. Thoy wero
aged C and 3.
Wo have some propositions In
real estate which aro worth your
time to Investigate. Como In and
talk them over with us.
13. T. W'ADE & SON,
Ofllce In K. O, Building. 'Phone
Dlack. 1111. P. O. Box 324.
E. T. WADE & 80N.
Ilfluclies. Mining Stocks.
NEWS OF Al HLNA NLWd Uf MILIUNj
KING BROTHERS' MOTHER
AFFLICTED WITH CANCER.
Daughter Born to Emll Schubert and
Wife Entire Family III With the
GripWheat Hay Worth $12 Per
Ton Lecture on Persia Was Re
peated Rev. Jenkins Has Recover
ed Epworth League Social Son
Was Born to H. C. Manela and
Athena, March 14. Mrs. Alba Wll
helm of Elgin, spent a few days
hero visiting her brothers, John and
William King. Mrs. Wllhelm was on
her way to Walla Walla to attend the
bedside of her aged mother, who is
receiving treatment for a cancer.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Emll Schu
bert Thursday, March 10, a daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Johns have re
turned to Athena to resldo perma
nently. Theodore Russell of Sokano, who
is spending this week nt George Ban
ister's home, visiting his llttlo daugh
ter, has a severe attack of la grippe.
H. F. Ogle has sold six tons of
wheat hay to James Mosgrove and
V. M. Shlck, for $12 a ton.
Tho Interesting lecture given by
Or, Joseph Koshnba, a natlvo Per
sian, was repeated by request Sun
day night. A crowded house was
present The doctor gave one of the
most entertaining lectures ever given
timtnr dir. niisnlrps nf the nrohlbl-
tion State Alliance W. Eugene Knox,
the Impersonator, with his company
of slngsters, gave an entertainment
at the Christian church March 10.
J. W. Jenkins, pastor ot the Chris
tian church, lias recovered from a
severe' attack of the grip and was
able to fill tho pulpit last Sunday.
A. H. McEwen nas moveu to nis
Next Friday, March lSth, under the
.nisnlres nf the Enworth League, a
reception will be given. An attract
ive program will bo given, followed
by a lunch and social.
A in-nnund bov was born March
3 to .Mr. and .Mrs. H. C. Manela of
Walla Walla. Thoy formerly resid
Mls Amelia Sfuninf was presented
with a now piano by her father and
mother this week.
EM Pnril.iv 1ms entered the Pioneer
iirni store to learn nbarmacv under
the management of Dr. A. B. Stone.
Mrs. Frank Jackson has been qillto
ill, but is recovering.
Entire Family Has the Grip.
Tin. ..ntlr,. fnmllv nf Rharlnv Marsh
with tho exception of his son. Floyd,
are ill with tho grip.
"Just in tho nick of time our llttlo
boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat
kins ot Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu
monia had played sad havoc with him
and a terrible cough set In besides.
Doctors treated him, but ho grew
worse every day. At length we tried
Dr. King's Now Discovery for Con
sumption, and our darling was saved.
He Is now sound and well." Every
body ought to know It's the only
sure cure for coughs, colds and all
lung diseases, Guaranteed by Tall
man & Co., druggists. Prico GOc and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
GENERAL JOUBERT COMING.
Noted Hero of the Boer War Will
Lecture at the Opera House on
Monday Evening, March 21.
General Gideon Joubert, ono of tho
leading Boer generals during tho
late war In South Africa, accompan
ied by Captain W. S. O'Donnell, an
Irishman, who served In tho army
of Paul Kruger, will lecture at the
Frazer on Monday night, March 21,
on the Boer war.
The lecture will bo highly Illustrat
ed by stereoptlcon views, from tho
seat of war, and promises to be ono
ot tho most realistic lectures over
given in this city.
General Joubert Is an oxllo from
his natlvo Transvaal, choosing to be
come such, rather than submit to
British- rule, and Is touring America
with his- lecture in the Interest of
the cause of tho Hoers.
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patients to placo tholr cases In tho
hands ot tho Drs. White.
B. A. MANN.
It Saved His Leg,
P. A. Danforth of La Orange, flu.,
suffered tor six months with a fright
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Two $4,000 automobiles will bo
purchased far tho 11 ro clilof and as
sistant fire clilof of Now York, In
which to mako fast runs.
MI3S MINNIE WINDOM IS
SEVERELY ILL WITH GRIP.
George Church Is Roofing His Resi
dence Entertainment In the Op
era House Henry Lloyd Will
Build a New Residence New Stu
dents at Columbia College Will
Visit at Dayton Has Returned
From Business Trip to Portland.
Milton, March IB. Kov. A. J. Ad
ams wont to Pcmileton yesterday af
ternoon to attend the presbytery.
Miss Carrie McQuary has returned
from Walla Walla, where she was
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. F.
Matt Mosgrove, of tho Mosgrove
Mercantile Company, returned yes
terday from a business trip to Port
land. Mrs. J. L. Frazler has gone to
Dayton, whero she will visit her
mother, .Mrs. Cordelia Samuel.
Mrs. E. N. Smith, who has been
visiting her brother, H. H. Harris,
has returned to Pendleton.
Miss Estelle Chapman has return
ed from Pendleton, where she iind
been visiting her sister, Mrs. Etigeno
Mr. and .Mrs. u. L. Oliver have re
turned to Pendleton, after a visit
with their nelce. Mrs. L. L. Horry.
Miss Winnie Wlndom Is suffering
from an attack of the grip and is
unable to attend to her studies at
Georgo Church Is improving his
residence by putting on a now roof.
Tonight the Eugene Knox Com
pany will give an entertainment In
the Davis opera hall.
Tomorrow Contractor Banister will
commence to build a llttlo cottage
for Henry Lloyd on his Main street
lots recently purchased of A. M.
Miss Kate Mooro of Echo, arrived
hero Saturday and will enter Colum
J. J. Olives, Portland.
T. E. Johnsou, Boston.
J. R. Flynn, Portland.
L. M. Schott, Louisville.
J. G. Slnyden, Spokane.
P. W. Woloymouth, Seattle.
C. J. Freese, Walla Walla.
H. Brash, Portland.
E. Golden, Portland.
J. L. Cox. Seattle.
J. F. Fisher, Spokane.
P. E. Geroud, Portland.
C. D. Rlnker, Portland.
W. D. Marks, Spokane.
H. W. Loveland, Portland.
M. B. Whitley, Seattle.
A. Turner, Seattle.
H. H. Moeller, Sacramento.
J. W. Russell, city.
O. O. Weudler. Spokane.
J. If. Elliott, Sallng.
J. E. Free, Shenandoah.
E. L. Masterson, Elgin.
Nick Kiihnen, Davenport.
M. Blsalllor, Portland.
G. B. Johnson, -Portland.
R. S. Panker, Cincinnati.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
W. R. Glendennlng, Portland.
Hotel St. George.
A. E. King, Portland.
A. G. Hlcock. Portland.
W. N. Williams. Portland.
Isaac Brunn, Portland.
E. N. Hutchinson, Portland.
Miss Jennie Green, Leadvllle.
II. Council, Umatilla.
A. F. Bernard, Portland.
Charles. Gould, Portland.
Colin V. Luent. Walla Walla.
J. A. Allison, Portland.
F. J. Gardner, Portland,
C. L. Downer, Spokane.
Charles F. Scoti, Portland.
James T. Herron, Portland.
.Mrs. L. Brannn. Portland.
.Mrs. It. G. Hoch. Portland.
C. J. Mlllls, Portland.
F. W. Rogers. St. Paul.
P. C. Kittle, Salt Lake.
S. H. Olllnoy. Kansas City.
P. S. Mitchell, Fort Dodgo.
W, B. Hottor, St. Joe.
C. F. Weiss, Milton.
M. Pedro, Butter Crook.
W. S. McCauslnnd, Walla Walla.
J. B. Saylor and wife, Echo.
J. Brown, city.
S. F. Moor, Adams.
Miss Lizzie Thomas, Waltsburg.
R. J. Dlven, city.
Miss Inez Banta. Lawlston.
Ray Barton, Portland.
Mrs. E. Springer, Portland,
F. E. Springer, Portland.
A. J. Adams, Milton.
O. Allison. Bauer City.
John Hughes, Similiter.
W. R, Johnson, Walla Walla.
E. II. Hunt, Spokane.
Prof. La Conto and wife, Spokane,
Dave Wright, Pilot Rock.
K. Derkoy, Portland.
J. A. Smith, Portland.
Roy Miller, Walla Walla,
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Tallman & Co, local agonts,
Tallman & Co., local agents.
Georgo La Contc, of Shrevoport
La., had n valuable watch stolon
Nearly a year later, his brother,
who Is a confirmed bargain hunlor,
by tho merest chance found tho
tlmoploco In a Mexico pawnshop
redeemed It without knowing that
It had over belonged to his brother,
nnd that fact did not transpire- until
ho visited his hrothur Intoly nt
This Week will be our Opening Sale on Summer Wash Goods
WE HAVE TOO MANY KINDS AND QUALITIES TO DESCRIB7 IN THIS SPACE, BUT OUR CUS
TOMERS WILL UNDERSTAND WHAT TO LOOK FOR, WHEN WE SAY OUR STOCK IS LARGER,
BETTER AND BRIGHTER THAN EVER SHOWN BEFORE, AND AS USUAL', WE HAVE PUT OUR
PRICES AS LOW AS LEGITIMATE, HONEST BUSINESS POLICY WILL PERMIT.
LAWNS AND BATISTES RANGE IN PRICE FROM 7c to 25c YD.
SPRING SUITINGS AND WAISTINGS IN COTTON, FROM 17c to 50c YD
DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, IN WOOL, FROM 18c to $1.50 YD
OUR VOILES AND SICILIANS AT 50c, YOU WILL PAY 65c and 75c FOR ELSEWHERE.
CALL AND SEE OUR SHOWING IN THE ABOVE LINES. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
AGENTS FOR McCALLS PATTERNS.
JAPAN iD THE
The Japaneso government Is em
barrassed. Not by the Russians, for
thoy aro ready for them, and not by
the war, tor It has been prepared lor
that for years.
The point which embarrasses the
government, nnd particularly the war
office, is what to do with the war
It Is the general opinion among the
experts that tho Japanese-Russian
war is going to bo the longest and
the hardest since tho Franco-Prussian
As n result ot this belief, the war,
correspondents of tho whole world '
have gathered In Toklo and are be
sieging the war ofllce for permission
to go to tho front at once, rue per
mission has not yet been grunted,!
but It Is expected that It will he with
in a few days.
"Wo thought we had figured on
every detail that could possibly af-
feet us after war was declared," saiu ,
a high government official, laughing
ly, to me tho other day, "but we fig
ured without the correspondents. Of
course, wo expected a few, but wo
did not, by any means, expect the
number that have come. Really we
don't know what to do with them."
The government Is not nt all ad
verse to having the correspondents
with Its armies, but tho problem ot
transporting them and getting Euro
pean food for them into the neiu is
quite a serious one.
And again, tno government is an
xious to so regulato the correspon
dents and their work that tho country
will not suffer from sensational stor
ies that may be sent out. They had
n severe lesson In the Chinese war,
when certain correspondents sent
out lurid stories of brutalities and at
rocities entirely unfounded In fact.
It Is probable that a more famous
or more representative lot of war
correspondents was never gathered
together than thoso In Toklo today.
There are more than 10 ot them, and
they represent the greatest paper
and news associations In the world.
Many of them aro military and navy
experts, and among them nro names
which are known throughout tho
A large percentage ot these corre
spondents are Englishmen. The
dean ot nil tho lot Is Melton Prior,
tho famous war artists of tho London
Illustrated Nows. He has been u
war artist for more than thirty
VERY MUCH SO.
"Tom Dixon Is vry methodical,"
"Every tlmo ho proposes ho uses tho same method."
Contest In Seventh Ohio.
Springfield, 0 March 17. A llvo
ly contost for the republican con
gressional nomination Is on betoro
the Seventh district convontlou in
session horo this nfternoon. Con
gressman Thomas Kyle la a candi
years, and this will bo his eigh
teenth war. Air. Prior is very popu
lar among his conferres, has scores
uf great generals for his personal
friends, nnd Is one of the best known
men who ever followed an army In
At the head of tho war stall of the
London Times Is Capt, Lionel James,
perhaps the foremost military ex
pert of England and a man who cov
ered himself with glory In South Af
rica. Tlie chief ot tho field staff of the
London Standard is Maxwell, another
correspondent of note, who has u
half score of Important campaigns to
his credit. The London Post Is rep
resented by Capt. Knight, who left
an arm In South Africa, and nt the
head or the London Telegraph staff
Is MacIIugh who has seen fighting of
all sorts In every corner of Africa.
The London Express Is represent
ed by ono of tho brightest of the
younger correspondents, Perclval
Phillips, nn American newspaper
man who has scored n big success In
London. Collins of Reuters and
C'apt. Curtln of the Central News are
representatives of tho big English
news agencies. Nearly every one
of these men have two or three as
sistants, who, together with the cor
respondents stationed at Nagasaki,
headed by Bonnet llurleign, maue a
small army by themselves.
Among tho American correspon
dents perhaps the best known Is Os
car King Davis of tho New York Her
ald. He Is closely followed by John
F. Bass, who did excellent work in
the Greco-Turkish war uiul In the
Frederick Palmer, whoso articles
on the wars In China, the Philippines
and Cuba are known to all magazine
readers, and R. H. Little, Chicago's
contribution to the top-notch crowd.
Among the score of other American
correspondents are Martin Eugan,
Jack Uindon, J. F. J. Archibald, who
Is in Hongkong, and James H. Hare,
the famous war photographer.
Tho German contingent Is headed
by Otto Von Gottberg, of tho Lokal
Anzelker of Berlin, one of the best
known correspondents In the world.
If this lot of correspondents over
reaches the front, nowspnper readers
may be assured that they will havo
no dfllculty In finding out overythlng
that occurs and it will be handled as
only the best men can handle It.
Will H. Brill.
date for renomlnntlon nnd Is opposed
by General J. Warren Kolfer of this
city. Prior to tho assembling ot tho
convontlou tho Keltor forces claimed
to have enough votes to Insure the
nomination of their lender, whllo tho
ICylo supporters woro likewise pro
paring tor a fight to tho finish.
Tho submarine torpedo boat has
come to stay, being considered the
most dangerous nrm of the service.
The last appropriation bill sets aside
$800,000 for flvo now ones. There
uro already eight.
Twelve thousand copies of the de
cision In the Northern Securities
ease, and tit tho proceedings and ar
guments, will bo printed, authorized
by a resolution Introduced by Sena
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