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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904. IGHT PAGES.M
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J ' nnnill1P HOTEL ARRIVALS. T ,J
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The Cause of Many
There is a disease prevailing in this ;
country most daiiscrou& because so deeep-,
T ill! II VL2 the. Manysuddei; ,
ir-Rim rra rut"'
r by it heart dis
' ease, pneumonia,
; heart failure or
i apoplexy are olteti
the result of kid- 1
ney disease. If
kiducv trouble is 1
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tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
break down nnd vate away cell by cell.
niadder troubles almost always result
from o derangement of the kidneys and
a cure is obtained iiuickest by a proper
treatment of the kulnevs. If on are feel
ing badly you can make no mistake by
taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
great kidney, liver nnd bladder remedy.
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain in passing it. and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of leiug
compelled to go often through the day,
and to get up many times during the
..int., Tl, tt.iM (.Mil fli r.vtmnniinnrv
effect of Swamp-Root is soon realized. I
It stands the highest for its wonderful I
euros of the most distressing cases.
Swamp-Root is pleasant to take and is
sold bv all druggists in fifty-cent anil
one-doilnr sue lxittles. You may have a
sample bottle of this wonderful new dis
covery and a lxxk that tells all about it,
both s'ent free by mail. Address. Dr. Kil
mer & Co., liiughamtou, X. Y. When
writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swamp
Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swanip-Root. and the
address, Ilinghaniton, N. Y., on cverv
TEAM IS STRONGER
THAN EVER BEFORE.
Llne-Up Has Been Determined, and
the Club Will Put Up Vigorous
and Skillful Ball Outside Teams
Have Already Sent Challenges
Standing Will Be Strictly Amateur
Membership Confined to Pendleton.
Archbishop Farley has left Rome
on his return trip to America.
Jesse Spanieling, one of Chicago's
heavy capitalists, is dead, of stnin
William K. Scwell. late governor
of Guam, died Mnrch 17 at San Fran
cisco, of an abscess of the liver. He
had been in the navy all his life.
President Roosevelt has eight
months hard work completely map
ped out and cannot see any Interim
In which no can see the World's
The following conditions are made
for the airship contest at the World's
Fair: Distance, 10 miles; average
speed. S miles per hour. Prize,
A completed trolley line is in op
eration between New York and Phil
adelphia. The trip can now be made
by trolley from Philadelphia to Do
ver, N. H.
"Estimates" and "semi-official"
authoritative statements conclusive
ly prove that the garrison at Port
Arthur consists of anywhero from
2,500 men to 40,000 men.
Signora Antoinette Slllimbansi, an
Italian aeronaut, was drowned in the
Rio del Plata, near Buenos Ayres,
by the collapsing of her balloon at a
great height directly over the river.
Seats in Hazard's pavilion at Los
Angeles are being sold for the M. E.
world's conference, which meets In
.May. Sixty-nine boxes have been
sold for $7,091. One box sold for
A true bill has been found by a
Kansas grand jury against Senator
Chauncey M. Dopow, of New York,
as a co-defendant, for fencing In gov
ernment land in Western Kansas and
.using it as a private range.
A team of young men have reor
ganized the Wonder baseball team,
and have been practicing for three,
weeks. The men have all been lined ,
up for their places, and In a short-'
time will be In trim for some good 1
The team was a strong one last'
year, and this season has added
some good material, so that It will
mnke a better showing than ever
The personnel of the team and the ,
oositions are as follows: W. W. I
mlMi rtntnhop' T. TI innao n n A Tor. i
ry King, pitchers; Moscow Froome, j
first base; Roy Alexander, second i
base; Robert Kruger, third base; '
I.ee Drake, rlgnt field; George Cas-j
tie, center field: Lester Cronin, Idft
field; Fred Hartman, shortstop.
Wasco and Adams have already
asked for games, and as soon as the ,
dates can be arranged the fun will '
commence. The management of the t
team will also arrange games with j
Helix, Walla Walla, Athena and
other of the teams in the vicinity.
The standing of the team will bo
strictly amateur, and all of the play-,
era will be Pendleton boys. When ,
the schedule Is arranged some very J
good games will be the result. As
yet the boys have had no games this
"season. For some time there was
talk or a team being organized by
the railroad men who wished to playi
the Wonders, but the scheme seems j
to have fallen through.
B. Houser, Starbuck.
M. Crane, St. Louis.
W. Williams, Seattle.
P. Brandes, Portland.
C. Lindsey. Portland.
V nnnderson. Philadelphia.
J. E. Mcore, Wallace.
R. A. Wright. Spokane.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
W. J. Moore, Spokane.
E. H. Burke, Portland.
' W. H. Ryan, Boston.
I a vi. McBreen. Spokane.
H. W. Loveland, Portland.
C. Ades. Spokane.
Harry Reed, Huron.
P. E. Johnson. Huron.
F. E. Ramsey, Portland.
B. Statter, Portland.
T. A. Purdy, Portland.
G. W. Aliens, Cincinnati.
James O'Reilly. Great Falls.
Hotel St. George.
C. J. MRUs, Portland.
F. W. Rogers, St. Paul.
P. C. Kittle, Srit Lake.
S. H. Gcllnoy, Kansas City.
P. S. Mitchell, Fort Dodge.
W. B. Bolton, St. Joe.
MI3S Maude Schnur, Portland.
C. A. Scott, Portland.
F. F. Perry am1 wife. Baker City.
R. L. Darrows, Portland.
H. W. Cowner. Portland.
H. L. Shape, Chicago.
J. H. Dunn. Walla Walla.
Mrs. Philips, Portland.
M. B. Luisel, Seattle.
Jlrs. J. S. Richards, Spokane.
J. J. Burns, Portland.
L. E. Blout, Cheyenne.
F. C. Hesser, Walla Walla.
S. A. Muldoon. Des Moines.
This Week will be our Opening Sale on Summer Wash Goods
....r,,. nr. oiiai ITIFR TO DESCRIB7 IN THIS SPACE, BUT OUR Wit
TOMERSWILL UNDERSTAND WHAT TO LOOK FOR, WHEN WE SAY OUR STOCK IS LARGErI
TOMERS WILL U cunWN BEFORE. AND AS USUAL, WE HAVE PUT 01,1
PRICES AS LOW AS LEGITIMATE, HONEST BUSINESS POLICY WILL PERMIT.
. i tiDmrr cnnM 7c to 25c Vnl
LAWNS AND BATISTES kmimuc hi . ..- - -,.
SPRING SUITINGS AND WAISTINGS IN COTTON, FROM 17c to 50c Y6I
DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER, IN WOOL, FROM 18 to $1.50 YdI
.OUR VOILES AND SICILIANS AT 50c, YOU WILL PAY 65c and 75c FOR ELSEWMfcHE.
CALL AND SEE OUR SHOWING IN THE ABOVE LINES. WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
AGENTS FOR McCALLS PATTERNS.
NEW HILL LINE.
Great Northern Has Forestalled the
New York, March IS. The report union I'acinc wirougn
ureal i 1 ""l-L ..... ,
. .. iph.iso bv the Hill nterests removes
practically . ,wlaa,iiitv.
SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED.
Trustee of Pendleton Academy Ex
presses Gratitude to Pendleton,
nr. W S. Holt, who has been
working In the Interest of Pendleton
academy for the past two days, ex
presses satisfaction at the hearty
support of Pendleton people to the
In sneakinc of the scone and work
of the academy Dr. Holt says:
"The Pendleton friends are mak
J. W. Young. Milton.
A. M. Bryant.
Mr. Brovrnell and wife.
Sam Lee1, Spokane.
E C. Johnson, Walla Walla.
L. E. Hunklll, Starbuck.
C. F. Weiss. .Milton. '
R. J. Dlven, city.
J. M. Comeilson, city.
Mrs. J. E. Dlshman. Walla Walla. f
C. S. Thomas, Whlttler.
J. O. Gerklng and family, Payette
P. S. Turner. Elgin. i
W. W. Dunbar, Mt. Sterling.
A. R. Tempest, Yalle.
ri I Tmnnest. Valle. I
M. White and wife. The Dalles. I
A. W. Downer, Nolln.
J. S. Cunningham, Portland j
Spokane wns planned to make a new
route to the Pacific coast, and It
was generally reported that E. H.
Harrltnan Intended to use the line
as a North Pacific route, letting the
. ..... ..... ,i,, ,h rirt i Puget Sound. The practical pur
11X1111 UIU ItUllUHCfl, HIMfc fc..- l-urt 1... fllfi
Northern Interests have
nlitnluncl nn nntlnn on the Belling-
ham Bay & British Columbia road. nt nn the Siberian
nafSr T hv 'bnS t U
a 'road in the ' northern' part of $515,000 but ,y salt ng and cutting
Washington, running from New the same fish and sel Ing tl em at
Whatcom to Maple Falls. the lowest price they brought three
Last year an extension through to times .as much.
It Saved His Leg. . .
P. A Danforth of La Grange Ga..
suffered' for six months with a fright- j
i ful running sore on nis ik. "
I writes that Bucklen's Arnica Salve
tvhnllv cured It In five days. For ul-
Ing hearty response to the directors. cers wounQ6 piles. It's the best salve
On every hand appreciation of the t,e wori,ji cure guaranteed. Only
academy Is shown. 1 05 conts. Sold by Tallman & Co.,
It Is a great benefit to have such unlggats.
urhrM-il nt home: young men and 1
a school at home; young men and
women can be prepared for Eastern
or Western colleges wunout oeing
away from home.
"It Is well known that such scnoois -
cannot and do not depend upon till-1 . 4
tlous to meet expenses. Rates of , t
tuition sufficient to pay would pro-; J ,
hlblt many young people from se-' .
curing advanced education. I f J
rniiopos nnd universities every-' 1
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Is the joy of the household, for without
it no happiness can be complete. How
sweet the picture of mother and babe,
angels smile at and commend the
thoughts and aspirations of the mother
bending over tlje cradle. The ordeal through
which the expectant mother must pass, how
ever, is so full of danger and suffering that
tr.rl-e Cni-fnr-A t r Imlll -bT1 clt, filinll
feel the exquisite thrill of motherhood with indescribable dread and
fear. Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror
of child-birth can be entirely avoided bv the use of Mother's Friend,
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a scicntmc liniment lor external use oniy, wnicn lougneiu, aim ecuuera
pnaDie an tne parts, ana
assists nature in its sublime
work. By its aid thousands
of women have passed this
errflt crisis in nerfect safetv
and without pain. Sold at $1.00 per
bottle by druggists. Our book of priceless
T&lue to all women sent free. Address
BHAUFICLO REGULATOR OO.. Atlmnta, Co.
Of all Description
Sash, Doors r Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a spec
Alta St, Opp. Court Htmw
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given tnd ill
wora exeeuiea properiy.
Electrical Supplies of all klndi
OFFICK 121 WEST COURT SI.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS,
William Jennings, of Freemont.
Neb., is wanted in Eugene for adult
ery, and will be brought hack to Or
egon for trial.
Hilda Wlllen, a servant girl In As
toria, was accidentally shot and kill
ed by the 13-year-old son of Police
Commissioner William J. Cook.
Communication wltn Tillamook has
been established by the stage com
pany by way of Sheridan, all other
roads being blockaded with snow.
Owing to the hazing of a scholar
by the cadet corps of the public
schools of North Yakima, the corps
has been disbanded by the school
Falrmount postofflce, in the sub
urbs of Eugene, has been discontin
ued, as the patronage was decreas
ing so rapidly. The people will now
be served by rural delivery.
nvlH KVrmiRnn. a nloneer miner
of Uritlsh Columbia, committed sui
cide at Saanlch, Vancouver Island,
Thursday, oy cutting his throat with
a pen knife, and bleeding to death,
Irwin Mahon, secretary of the Na
tional Mining Congress, ha taken up
his headquarters In Portland and Is
preparing for the next congress,
which will bo hold In Portland in
Sacramento contractors have de
cided to make that city an open shop
town for labor, and consequently dis
charged all union omployes. Thurs
day, and will hereaftor hire whom
they please, without dictation from
where iiepenu upon aiuie mu,
means taxation or upon endowment. ,
Academies in large communities
1 - ...ir.n,,n.llni nnh PY- a .
Women Are Loud in Their Praise of Our
1,0 unir.annnnrtinir on y m ex
cesslve rates of tuition, otherwise
they must receive aid from those in
terested In such advanced and spe
clal education as can he provided no
where elt,e. Pendleton residents ap
preciate this fact.
"They are personally Interested
In the maintenance of a first-class
school. Such a school the present
management purposes to afford.
"The directors of the academy ap
nreclate the courtesy and good will
shown and Interest taken In the
We have soma propositions in
real estate which are worth your
time to Investigate. Come in and
talk them over with us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
OBlco in E. O. Building. 'Phone
mack, 1111. P. O. Box 324.
"Just In the nick of time our little
boy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu
monia had played sad havoc with him
and a terrible cough set in besides.
Doctors treated him, but he grew
worse over' day. At length we tried
Dr. King's New Discover)' 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. Price 50c and
$1.00. Trial bottles free.
Coal Prices Drop.
A drop In the price of coal which
has been expected for some time was
made yesterday. It was only 25
rnilln n.r Ion. hilt It Was a KOOd
starter nnd a further drop is expect
ed within a few weens, -tno urop
in the price Is the result of a similar
drop in the price to the dealors made
by the railroads some six weeks ago.
At that time the dealers wero caught
with a largo stock on hands and the
delay was to give them a chance to
work off their stock. Rolso Statesman.,
To all of my Friends and Patrons;
I tako pleasure in Introducing to
my friends, Drs. L. I and T. II.
White, to whom I h,vo sold my don
tal business in this city. I thorough
ly recommend tho Drs. White as flrat
class dentists in evory respect, and
will esteom It a favor for any of my
pationts to placo their cases in the
hands of the Drs. White.
E, A. MANN.
Says It's a Pleasure.
Walla Walla, Waah., 'Sopt. 3, 1903.
"It Is a pleasure for mo to bo ablo
to recommend TRIB as a liquor and
tobacco cure, and as a treatment to
cleanse tho entlro systora. F. S.
Lewis ox-cbamplon ralddlowelght
champion ot the world.
Tallman & Co., local agents.
ONF IS A JAUNTY STYLE. WITH THE PRETTY LITTLE SHORT PARIS ETON JACKET,
COMES IN THE NEW FANCY SHOULDER EFFECT, WITH THE ATTRACTIVE FULL SLEEVES
AND A PRETTY DROOP ABOUT THE WRIST. MADE OF NEW FANCY CLOTH. IT IS BEAUTIFULLY
TRIMMED WITH ONE OF THE NEW BRAIDS OF THE SEA8ON. THERE'S A DAINTY GIRDLE TO
MATCH, LENDING GRACE AND SLENDERNESS TO THE FIGURE. THE SKIRT IS CORRESPONDING
LY TRIMMED, EMPHASIZING ITS LONG, FLOWING LINES AND THE GRACEFUL FLARE BELOW
THE HIP. A CHIC, NATTY SUIT, $15.00.
THE ABOVE IS ONE OF A GREAT VARIETY OF STYLES. AND MATERIALS
BROWN AND BLACK, IN THE LATEST MODELS AT $15.00.
IN BLUE, GREY,
FULL FLARE EFFECT, INVERTED PLAIT BACK AND FRONT, TRIMMED WITH 8TRAP OF SAME
MATERIAL AND BUTTONS. SOME HAVE THE NEW DIVIDED 8KIRT EFFECT, FINE MELTON AND
IMPUHitu auninu, tn-or., uuut, ukay, hhowh.
$5 arid $6
Twenty-Boven' pairs to be
worth Si to $1.25 all sizes.
Read About. These
You can do your friends a favor
by telling them about this sale. Many
times we've had to pay more than
iZ25 for them. They're made for
service as well as style, for comfort,
too. Try on a pair and tell us if you
ever saw better fitting shoes.
Watch this space for genuine bargains jsach as yoo will not find elsewhere
1 ' H H I Hill .1 t-1 IIHIaK J MH
Corner Main and Alta Streets '
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