East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 17, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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THE WOOL MARKET
MONTANA EXPERT LOOKS
FOR BETTER PRICES.
T. C. Power, One of the Most Widely
Known Stockmen of the Coast,
Gives Reasons for Believing That
Wool Will Not Be Lower This
Year Clip Will Be Light and the
Old Crop Is Sold Out.
The French
Restaurant
BeGi 25 cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors
Elogant Furnished Rooms in
Connection
GUS LaFONTAlNE, Prop.
633 Main Street
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICC
A J BEAN
HAULING OF A! L KINDS
(loods taken best of care of, Leare
orders at Teutscli's. 'I'bone Main 1-71
Tho Hon. T. C. Power, of Montana,
ono of tho best known wool factora
In this country, was In Boston tho
early part of tho week calling upon
the wool trade.
"AH Jobbing houses," he said, "aro
buying In n hand-to-mouth way, but
tho dealers throughout the country
have sold out .more of their woolen
goods this year than In any other
winter In a long time, which leaves
tho manufactured product pretty
well used up.
"In fact, tho output Is moro close
ly sold up than It has been at any
other season In four or five years at
least. As to prices, tho Jobbers of
woolen goods seem to dictate. Thoy
claim that they cannot get any moro
for the manufactured product.
"I do not look for lower prices, be
cause the wool is not In tho country,
and from a statistical standpoint tho
world's product never looked better.
Being campaign year, nil Jobbers and
dealers aro working from hand to
mouth.
"Farmers In the .Middle West and
In all the West, nro doing well and
getting good prices for their grain,
with nno prospects for the future.
On this account there Is bound to be
n good market for wool. This op
plies from Ohio west to tho coast,
Meat products are also looking up
some. They have been depressed.
Tho ranchman has suffered from tho
depreciation.
'Tho coming wool clip In tho West
will bo from 10 to 15 per cent less
in tho number of pounds than It was
last year. This is a conservative es
timate and wool men hero In Boston
whom I have talked with who chooso
to express themselves, believe this to
be true so far as Montana, Wyoming,
Idaho and Utah nro concerned, and
these are some of tho largest wool
producing states.
'The falling off in clip is causd
by tbo extravagance in years gono
by. There seems to bo a general
disposition everywhere to work along
more conservative lines.
"Tho monoy mnrket now seems to
be steady, and thoso who arc entitl
ed to credit, thoso who are doing a
careful nnd conservative business,
can get tho monoy. Confidenco in
tho monoy supply Is far better than
it was six months ngo.
"I am glad to see that there Is no
speculation In wool such ns has been
going on in cotton, as wild specula
tion such as this has been brings
about curtailment and mistortuno up
on tbo manufacturer.
"Tho fact that wool has not ad
vanced nnd In fact that certain
grades have declined, Is because
there Is no combination. Tho world's
product of wool is Just ns senrco as
cotton, but it Is not under the con
trol of any lot of dealers.
"Wool today Is bringing fair prices
to tho producer, and at tho samo
time Is not high, averaging from 1C
to 20 cents a pound in tho grease
hero,' nnd nil classes sell nt fair
prices,' particularly the cheaper
grades.
"Australian skirted merino wool in.
tho grease sells at 10 cents a pound
in this mnrket. Montana and Ore-1
gon, by careful breeding, will soon
match and produce wool ns fine as
that from Australia.
"Tho farinors would like to see a
boom, but because thero Is this ab
sence of speculation wool will be
consumed In a steady and moro
healthy way. I find that blankets
nnd carpo.s rondo out of cheaper
wool aro ndvauced in price, but no
material increaso Is found In wear
ing apparel."
The Name Witch Hazel.
Tho nnmo Witch Hazel Is much
abused. E. C. Do Witt & Co., Chi
cago, arc tho Inventors of tho orig
inal and only genuine Witch Hazel
Salvo, A certain euro for cuts, burns,
bruises, eczema, tetters, plies, etc.
Thero aro many counterfeits of this
salvo, some of which aro dangerous,
while thoy arc worthless. In buying
Witch Hazel Snlvo seo that tho name
n. C Do Witt & Co., Chicago, Is on
tho box and a euro Is certain. Sold
by Tollman &. Co.
5
The Cup
that satisfies
Golden Gate Coffee
We save all the aroma, flavor and strength by packing the
coffee immediately after roasting. The unbroken seal across
the top of the tin is our guarantee and the buyer's protection.
;. Sold in 1 and 2 lb. aroma-tight tins. Grind fresh each day not too fine.
J. A. FOLCER CD. CO., Francisco
Importer and Roatttrs of Tine Old Coffees
THE
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by onc (
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Awful Language.
Mr. Smith To Itostus, whoso mule rdfusos to move: "Hastus, what do you call your mule?"
Itastus "I reckon under do circumstances, boss, what I calls dat mule wouldn't bo fit to print."
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JAPAMES
BARON
KODAMA WAS EDUCATED
AT RUTGERS COLLEGE.
is Remembered as a Bright, Level-
Headed Youth, Who "Took to"
American Ways and Institutions
Was a Student In New Jersey In
stitution Thirty Years Age Is a
Military Man of Modern School.
Now Brunswick, N. J., March 17.
Among tho Jnpaneso officers who
havo received their education In
America Baron Kodama Is perhaps
tho most distinguished among tho
army chiefs of his country.
Some 30 years ago ho was a stu
dent In llutgors college, nnd Is re
membered by mnny of tho older per
sons here. At that time tho sight of
a nativo of Japan or China was
quite uncommon, especially as a stu-
rinnt In n rwillnco. nnd for tills rea
son tho boy attracted considerable
attention. It was known that Ko
doma bolonged to one of tho very
old, powerful and wealthy Japanoso
families, but It was qulto apparent
from tho tlmo of his entering Hut
gers that ho was Impressed favora
bly with tho democratic, rougn anu
ready ways of American studonta.
ito 'ni n irnnd-natured vounc man
and very quickly made friends with
his fellow students.
For a tlmo Kodama had great dif
ficulty In speaking tho English lan
guage, although ho Beemed to under
stand It well. But before his courso
camo to n close ho could speak It
fluently. At tho tlmo of entering
Rutgers ho was a little moro than 17
and was well prepared to take up tho
work. He was rather short In helg.U
but well built for a boy of his years.
Ho had come as a student, sent by
tho Japaneso government, and
throughout his course was very much
In earnest with his work.
After his student days were over
ho went back to Japan and mado
rapid advances, owing to his mind
training nnd American Ideas of prog
ress and education. He entered pub
lic life and camo rapidly to tho front,
displaying signal ability In the or
ganization of tho army. About
three years ago General Kodama was
appointed second chief of tho gen
eral staff, and has been actively on
gaged In preparing for the conflict
with Russia. According to lato cable
dispatches ho has now received tho
first command of tho Japanese 'army
in tho field.
Tho first socialist to bo elected to
ofllce by popular voto In South
America is now a member of the
Argentina legislature from Buenos
Ayros.
EVACUATION OF BOSTON.
Took Place One Hundred Twenty
Eight Years Ago.
Boston, March 17. The 128th an
niversary of tho evacuation of Bos
ton by the British on March 17, 177C,
was celebrated with unusual spirit
today, particularly In South Boston.
Interest In tho day's celebration cen
tered principally about tho monu
ment orected in South Boston to
mark tho exact spot whoro George
Washington, tho commnndor of the
Continental army, stood 12S years
ago today as he watched the British
troops ovacuato the town.
CLEANLY WOMAN.
Erroneously Tlilnkn 1y Scouring Her
Scalp Tlmt She Cures Dandruff.
j, Cleanly woman has an erroneous Idea
I that by scouring tbo scalp, which ro
j moves tho dandruff scales, sho labouring
the danlruff Sho may wash her scalp
j every day, nnd yet have dandruff her
life lone, accompanied by falling hair,
too. The only way In tho world to euro
. dandruff Is to kill tho dandruff germ,
i and there is no hair preparation that wilt
I do that but Newbro's Herplclde. Horpl
cldo by killing tho dandruff germ,
leaves tho linlr free to grow oh healthy
Nature Intended. Destroy tho cause
you remove the effect. Kill the dan
druff germ with Homicide. Sold by
leading druggists. Sond 10c, In stamps
for sample to The Horplcido Co., De
troit, Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
Do You Want Strength?
If you want to Increaso your'
strength you must add to not tako j
from tho physical. In other words. 1
the food that you eat must be digest-'
ed, assimilated and nppropriatcd oy i R. ,
Hir nnrvna. lilnnrl nnd tissues before OIOCK
ADAMS
DENTAL
PARLOR
Pendleton, Oregon.
Residence and office Despain
H,r. Tinrvfis. lilnnrl nnd tissues before
boing expolled from tho intestines i Our specialty Painless r tiling
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to tho Lnd Extractjng.
physical. It gives strength to and D
builds up the human system. It '
pleasant to tho taste and palatable,
and tho only combination of digest
ants that will digest tho food and
enablo tho system to appropriate all
of Its health nnd strength-giving
qualities. Sold by Tallmnn & Co.
Krom April 2a' to May 1, inclusive,
will bo hold In San Francisco tho In
ternational missionary convention of
tho Methodist Episcopal church.
Tho Chicago council has extended
the tlmo In which saloons can do
business at night from 12 o'clock (o
1 a. m.
YOU
Should have that best of
DRY and FINE, that you
will find with
L. W. McADAMS
Successor to P. P. Collier.
McMinn
School
of
Dancing
Monday, class night. Thud
day and Saturday, clasies froJ
7 to 9 o'clock. Sociab from I
to 12.
Children's Matinee, SitoriayJ
2:30.
day ,
t convex"'
room
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Good and Pure Bhe m'
Kettle ReDdenWk as tai
At prices as low as the lowestBied. Fr
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MEAT MARKEIpv
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PAPER
HANGING
The .new stock
of J904 patterns
is now In
E. J MURPHY
Court St.
! I. Pastern Of
me casi urcuummi .
egon's representative paper. It ! i
and the people appreciate It "Ml
show It by their liberal pa'iM I
Is the advertising medium of mm
section.
Y-The Root of All Evil
See how far a little of it will go at our Clearance Sale
DRY GRANULATED SUGAR, PER SACK $5.65
FRUIT GRANULATED SUGAR, PER SACK $5.90
8-QUART NICKLE-PLATED COPPER TEA KETTLE 1.00
PHARAOH'S HORSES, (picture) 10y2x19J2, FOR 19c
DEITZ TUBULAR LANTERNS 50c
BABY LANTERNS
25c
WE WILL ALLOW ONE-THIRD OFF ON THE PRICE OF ALL
CUT GLASS, ALSO ON THE HAND-PAINTED FRENCH CHINA,
GOLD-PLATED VASES AND THE ROYAL BONN VASES. THESE
ARE BARGAINS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE AGAIN AFTER THIS
SALE CLOSES.
6 BARS TOILET SOAP . --
6 BARS OWL LAUNDRY SOAP
6 SEMI-POCELAIN SOUP PLATES
SEMI.PORCELAIN BUTTER DISH
THREE DOZEN CLOTHESPINS
ALSO ONE'FOURTH OFF THE PRICE OF ALL VASE LAMPS.
SALAD SETS, SALAD BOWLS AND PAINTED GERMAN CHINA.
Our Premium Tickets Taken Only at, Regular Prices
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