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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1904.
Children that grow too fast
and those that seem hardly
to grow at all, both need
It gives that rich vital
nourishment which is the
secret of all healthy growth.
It rounds out the long limbs,
and helps children to grow
without using up all their
strength in growing.
Mothers ought to know
more about the wonderful
help which Scott's Emulsion
would give their children.
TCill .end you x sample fret upon request.
SCOTT & BOWKE, 409 Pearl Slreet, New York.
US TO RIGHT SHIFT
WOOLEN MILLS FORCE
MAY BE INCREASED.
Already Greater Than It Was Last
Year, and the Mills May Be Oper
ated at Night When the New Wool
Crop Begins to Come In Necessi
ty for Such a Move is Not Easily
The HoUlen school building, Chi
cago, was burned yesterday. Loss,
$50,000. Six firemen were more or
Secramento v.-III at once spend $60,
000 improving and extending her
levee system, to prevent damage by
Pro-Russian Korean officials are
fleeing for their lives. Quite a num
ber have escaped to Chee Foo on the
American cruiser Cincinnati.
An nsnntnrlnn Imnmi'D thn
breed of all classes of American ' novatlon
It is in the range of possibilities
that the Pendleton Woolen Mills
will start on night running about
the first of May.
Since starting up after the shut
down of a short time ago, when the
mill was overhauled and the niachin
ory all put Into the best of condition
for a long and hard run, the work
has been piling up until the manage
ment is having a hard time keeping
orders filled as they become due.
Six additional girls have been put
to work in the finishing room, and
more could be used and undoubtedly
will be nut on in a short time. The
finishing Is being done in a differ
ent way this season than before.
great deal of fringing is being done,
and the new help is employed chiefly
in knotting the fringe, nil of which
has to be done by hand.
The volume of work Is slowly over
coming the day force and it will be
but a short time until It becomes ab
solutely necessary to start night
running in order to keep abreast of
the orders. The manager does not
desire, however, to start such an in
lntll he Is fully prepared
hnranc hn. in ,-oi,.i . c .no carry out me pians,
toga.' if. V. Its scope Is Intended to'1? irst place, he has to be sure
1,0 n,n,i 1 that the business will justify the
. ,,',, , . 'move. The uight shitt would mean
...:,. r. I'm" .", ui me, that Just twice as much wool would
Presidio are said to have drilling and , ue use(1 twlce as mlIch materlai n
maneuvering down to a finer and a departments. and at the same
...ore accurate point man any regl- ,nle the ollt,mt wmlU1 be doubled
mem iu wie regular army. ,t ,s thererore, a question both of
Ait stones of extreme sufferinc of sunnlv and demand, though the lat
Russian soldiers on the Lake Baikal. ter Is of not so much moment as the
division are denied. It Is claimed ' I
that not a man has been frozen to does not wish to import a lot of op-
eam since the war began. eratlves when If he would be able to
It Is stated by government dredc- give them but a part of the shift.
ers and surveyors that every jetty Tne indications are that there will
placed in the delta of the Mlssisslp- he plenty of work to keep the mills
pi by Captain Eades is still in place running, so the principal delay Is in
and doing Its work faithfully and ac-'tne wool supply, mere is enougn
curately. Ion hand to run the mill until the new
The country home of Rudolph clln sitis to come in, at the pres
Spreckles was burned near Sonoma. ent rai?, f consumption, but no
Cal. Loss, about $93,000. It was va: m,ore- .lsht n,nnl?S cann,ot b? s,a.rl-
1 u mini uun nuui him uc uui.bu-
which will not be before the first of
cant but for a watchman, who says
he was awakened
v - Ma. When ,nat tme comes ,t ,s
I tifiittv norm In thnt the nil lie will tin
The price of soft steel bars has , atarte(i wlth nlgbt shifts for .the first
ru u.. i per urn oy ine , tlme ln several years.
ciaiciu UJI 11UU 2.i-IU(JlU-lHl. wmcn
is another name for the American
Steel Corporation when operating in
certain side lines.
John M. Peters, of New York, an
epileptic, last fall shot himself twice
In the head with a pistol. One bullet ; J S. Whittinghiil. manager, and
was removed, the other was not. 1 w. A. Crank, salesman at the St. Joe
Messrs Whittinghiil and Crank Make
New Display Frame.
Store, have invented and constructed
a new device for the displaying of
lace curtains, which has decided ad-
Peters is now in excellent health and
entirely cured of the epilepsy.
John T. Spencer, of Grand Junc
tion. Col., claims to have perfected vantages over anything
a system ly which seedless apples I made for this purpose,
can be grown, of any variety. The! The new invention consists of an
discovery will effect as great a rovo-1 upright to which Is attached revolv
lution in the apple industry as the ling arms from which the curtains
growing of seedless oranges has in,are hung. The rack will accommo-
H. E. Harris. Portland.
W. D. Chamberlain, city.
G. W. Duncan, Denver.
C. E. Shues. San Francisco.
I. O. Royce and wife, Sioux City.
S. Harris, Portland.
M. S. JInrks, Portland.
C. S. Unnt, Portland.
J. S. Gurnell, Potland. -
Sirs. M F. Hndley. Walla Walla.
S. Wilson. Portland.
William Slaher. Portland.
A. D. Chase, Portland.
C. C. Simpson. Spokane.
R. A. Seeds, Spokane.
W. H. Spink, Portland.
C. SI. Smith, Portland.
S. J. Hayes, Starbuck.
S. A. Frans, Spokane.
P. E. Johnson, Huron.
SI. F, Headtey. Uaker City.
J. H. McKenzle. San Francisco.
Hotel St. George.
SI. C. Benson, Portland."
D. SI. Griffith. Cincinnati.
Stanley Norris, Boston.
Ernest P. Smith and wife, Pocatel
lo. O. R. Slaus. Hot Lake.
H. A. Hartley. Cheyenne.
J. F. Norton, jr.. San Francisco.
Julius Jacob, Chicago.
Ben Gordon, San Francisco.
P. Basche. Baker City.
William Dunn, Portland.
John Watson, Irrigon.
Mr. and Sirs. James Malony, Chi
J. W. Van Dorn, Portland.
J. Schlllophy. San Francisco.
H. L. Burford, Seattle.
George SIcGllvery, Spokane.
George T. Gardner, Seattle.
J. H. SIIUs, Portland.
A. C. Gray, Tacoma.
M. A. Handon, Salt Lake.
31. N. GHlett, Echo.
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PRICES AS LOW AS LEGITIMATE, HONEST BUSINESS POLICY WILL PERMIT.
LAWNS AND BATISTES RANGE IN PRICE FROM 7C
SPRING SUITINGS AND WAISTINGS IN COTTON, FROM 17C u
HDrOe nnnPIC cna QPRINH A Furl QIIMMCD IM VAff.nl fTDOM n .
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 YJU MONEY.
AGENTS FOR McCALLS PATTERNS.
J. 31. White and wife. Dalles.
A. W. Downer, Xolln.
J. S. Cunningham, Portland.
F. G. Lucas and wife, Willis.
A. W. Kelsey. Portland.
E. A. Newby, Portland.
W. E. Knox, Portland.
H. L. Hackett. Portland.
A. C. Coher, Portland.
F. C. Welch, Salem.
D. F. Carnes. Salenf.
A. D. Slurphy, Spokane.
F. L. .McDonald, city.
S. S. lull. Spokane.
G. H. Hully, Cleveland.
-Mrs. S. SI. Reed. city.
G. J. 3IcEroy, Starbuck.
C. F. Weiss. Milton.
J. C. Colhone. Camas Prairie.
.Mrs. W. A. Thompson. Baker City.
H. G. Rose and wife, Captel.
Frank Cameron and wife. Captel.
William Code and wife, Captel.
H. W. Wills and wife. Cayas.
H. Hanson, Sutherland.
-Miss Effie Planklnton, Dalles.
N. W. Looney. Salem.
Welnhard's beer at The Jlint.
Cured 20 People.
Sergt. C. C. Rummel of the 20th!
United States Coast Artillery writes
from Fort Flagler, Wash., Trlb is
doing ery fine work among the peo-1
pie here. I know of twenty persons
here who were cured of t-e Drink 'did condition.
XTnl.lr T tnl'A nToneitrn In vtnrm. '
mending It as a cure for the Liquor
aud Tobacco Habits.
Tallman & Co., local agents.
- Georgia Minstrels.
Twenty-eight years ago Is a long
time for one company to he on the
road, and making the same territory j
season after season, this Is the rec
ord of Richards & Pringle's famous
Georgia minstrels, who appear at the
Frazer on Slarch 22.
At every performance in this city :
they are greeted by a good house.
It forcibly recalls to the minds of all
old theatergoers when similar
troupes were counted by the tens
where now they only figure In the
units, and the old saying is forcibly
reminded: "The survival of the fit-'
Good, eight-roomed house ln splen-i
Eight lots, good barn i
and orchard. Good fence and new ,
sidewalk. water piped all over
house and garden. Good well. Very
desirable propertr. Apply to GUS
AFONTAINE, nt French Restaur-
l Every stamp requirement supplied.
ji an uc.M i i
CodIi n r. in-
oaau, uuuia u n
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward PYrrnntlnr
for anr case of catarrh that can not be
cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. 1
t . j. uiiu.nki & i u., Toieao, u.
We. the untlershrned. have known I J.
Cheney for tue last 1.1 years, nnd believe
him perfectly honorable In all business
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligations made by tnelr firm.
Wi:ST Tltt'AX, Wholesale Drusglsts,
WAI.OINO, KIXXAN MARVIN, Whole
sale Druz?lsts. Toledo. O.
Haifa Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, order, at TeuOcu'i.
actin; uireciiy upon ine Dioou ana mucous
Residence and office, Despaln block
Phone Red 1081.
Our speclaltr Painless Filling and
PROMPT, RELIABLE SERVICE
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF AIL KINDS
Goods taken best of care of. Leave
Phone Main 1271.
surfaceK of the srsteol. Testimonials 1 rr t vriruu t r,T,no .-...
ent free 1rli-e T.i" litn sTilrt hi hkiioiuum iu rui U.UU
Slf drHMhts. 1 carpets, on shelves, walls or for wrap-
uau . ramuy are the best. bundle's ofloO each at 2Tct. a' bumK
Fresh fruit dally at Martin's. "onl'ooli;1, 0,!l:coIA offl.
S Made to order. Be
;jj paper, lime, cement,
' barns and dwellings a
, I,. r- r r i.
Prompt attention rttu
worK exeeuiea proptnj.
RIAernlenl iiinnl III AT in
IIFKirTK 1V1 WKT IUI
.Mrs. Frances Hall, an aged woman
nf Portland, was gored almost to
death Friday, by a bull. She Is ter
ribly lacerated and cannot recover.
Charles Vencke. a miner, was in
stantly killed at Stockton. Cal.. Fri
day, by ilrpping 2,onn feet to the bot
tom of a shaft by the breaking of a
3Iadge Miller, a woman of the ten
derloin, said to be a Portland girl,
whose true name was Aurora Tull
ronwell, killed herself in Salt Lake
Friday, by shooting.
The three principal gas and elec
tric companies of Seattle have con
solidated under one management,
and consumers fear a raise In the
price of light and power.
Arthur C. Spencor, deputy district
attorney of Multnomah county, has
resigned and will accept a position
In the office of W. w. Cotton, general
attorney of the O. R. & N.
The fight that has begun In Sacra
mento against the unions dictating
terms and employes to the contrac
tors, threatens to spread to San
Francisco, and another bitter strike
Is looked for.
The Butte labor unions have de
clared a boycott on a number of bar
tenders who refuse to Join the local
Bartenders' Union, and not a work
ingman visits the saloons where
these men work.
The wife of Rev. T. Downs, vho
eloped with Alvord. the Wlnlock
blacksmith, deserting her Ave child
ren, has consented to return home
and accompanied her husband from
Spokane to Wlnlock, Friday. Alvord
is afraid of lynching, if he returns to
date any number of curtains desired
and all can bo swung to view with
ease, without disturbing the other
curtains on the rack.
-Messrs. Whittinghiil and Crank
have made provisions to protect
their invention and have had photo
graphs taken and specifications made
preparatory to applying for a patent.
The new Idea Is now in use at the
St. Joe Store, where it can be seen.
"Just in the nick of time our little
hoy was saved," writes Mrs. W. Wat
kins of Pleasant City, Ohio. "Pneu.
monla bad played sad havoc with him
and a terrible cough set ln besides.
Doctors treated him, but he grew
worse every day, At length we tried
Dr. King's Xew 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
mnn & Co., druggists. Price 50c and
11.00. Trial bottles free.
To all of my Friends and Patrons:
I take pleasure in introducing to
my friends, Drs. L. L. and T, H.
White, to whom I have sold my den
tal business in this city. I thorough
ly recommend the Drs. White as first
class dentists in every respect, and
will esteem it a favor for any of my
patients to place their casea in the
bands of the Drs. White.
E. A. MANN.
We have some propositions in
real estate which are- worth your
time to investigata. Come In and
talk them over with us.
E. T. WADE & SON, .
Otnco In E. O. Building. 'Phone
Black, 1111. P. O Box 324.
College Swimming Races.
New York, 31arch 19. 3Iuch in
terest is manifested among lovers of
aquatic sports in the intercollegiate
swimming championships at the New
York Athletic Club tonight. In ad
dition to water polo contests the
program provides for relay races
among college teams of 11 vo men
each. The contestants will include
teams from Yale, Columbia and the'??
University of Pennsylvania. i I,
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ST. JOE STOR
CASH TALKS prices are self-evident. We propose to lead and not to
follow. Our house is the place to find the latest as well the best qualities
in merchandise. Our eastern connections give us advantages over all
competition. We do not propose to mark goods at fabulous prices and
then claim to offer them to the trade at from 33J to 50 per cent discount
on actual cash values. Below we offer special values that are worthy
3 -THREE BIG SPECIALS-
For Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
It Saved His Leg.
P. A, Danforth of La Grango, Ga
suffered for six months with a fright
ful running sore on his log, but
writes that Ducklen's Arnica Salve
wholly cured It In five days. For ul
cers, wounds, plies, it's the best salve
In the world. Cure guaranteed. Only
25 conts. Sold by Tallman & Co.,
Dry Goods Department
LADIES' TAILORED SUITS In one of those pretty now tailor
made Eton suits of ours, YOU'D LOOK SWELL. They are char
acterlzed by their up-to-dateness In trimming, color and materials.
There's nothing else quite so stylish or good as those we can
show you. TRY ONE ON; it's our pleasure to show them. See
that pretty new broadcloth suit in blue, brown and black SPEC
IAL PRICE, $18.00.
LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS-That entirely new line an Interest
ing exblblt-sale of 1904 models. A sale and display the equal
of which has never been shown In Pendleton Retailing. As a note
worthy opening special, we offer them in prices UPWARD FROM
LADIES' WALKING SKIRTS Remarkable offerings In the se
lections for this sale. The materials are fancy mixtures In Cash
mores and tweeds, also grer, blue, brown and black cheviots
oome are trimmed with buttons, some with strapping over
hips, and others with box plaited effects. Ther are good
values up to J6.75. FOR THIS SALE, $2.98.
. . m m i
ivioininc ana tiru iiAftarrmem;
SPECIAL IN MEN'S SUITS $12.50 will buy an
ll ir r-lain ail ir ma( l i a. a t rv f l -j l r
for dress and service. This special line consists of
mixtures, cheviots, Clay worsteds and cashmeres.
SHOE SPECIAL $1.50 will buy a pair of Oxford or
dais that will give you entire satisfaction in wear and i
fort. This lot embraces styles that were carried over
last season, and are worthy of your attention.
SHIRT SPECIAL FOR $1.25 At this price we hate
thing In the shirt family that is of service as well ai tM
em launcs anu nest made garments. Do not fan io
line before making your spring purchase.
,,- uuyti nuuiu Ul 111U80 IOIS OI OKI SHOOS lUlU t Jf
tised to close, in men's nnd women's at 98c; in miss"'
children's at 29c and C9c,
Five deop-watcr lumber barks are
loading at Portland this week, their
comumeu carrying capacity being
Whittinghiil Mercantile Co.
Successor to Lyons Mercantile Co.
tc 1 1 r r"rT id i
over 8,000,000 feet.