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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1304.
OIL FOR THE BODY
You can't lose an atom
without feeling it The body
is like an enrine, a watch,
cf V l-fnr in
good order to run right ,
That's the reason Scott's .
Emulsion is so successful in
all wasting diseases. It feeds,
nourishes and strengthens
when ordinary food won't
Doctors say Scott's Emul
sion is the best nourishment
for those who are not as well
as they should be young or
We'll Mad you a uspk Im 1W rtqsdt.
SCOTT & BOWSE. 9 J"lt! Slrttt. New Yotk.
Feuds among the Italians of New
ork are giving them and 'J Police
much trouble. Free fights and r ot!
ill - 1 1 "l "T. li l . UilU 111 11 1 111 . wmoiuu- ,
Fayette Sawyer and Burke Parris.,of ,he county especially from the
negroes, charged with murdering a ! .Middle Fork section, state that sev-
negro railroad uorter at Cleveland.
Miss.. .ere hung by a mob of ne
groes. Prevalent belief is that Japan, de
spite all denials, not only hopes to
permanently restore Manchuria to
China, but to annex Korea to her
The present intention of the Pan-
ama canal commission is to have .
work of dlgginz actually under way '
by the first of June, certainly not '
later than July 1.
Dr. Kehu Barr. a Chicaco atheist.
lately died and was buried In a cof-
fln he himself made. The funeral
otvIkm wpr fmm a ritual nf which
he wa the author
. . ... ... . . ... 1
. ' ," , ,.. ...if chilling storms and heavy frosts
nires next December A new one ts . , . . v
!. .-.,-i .i.ii. .iu . i continue, there is danger of more
rftl..T).' ,os n te range.
.,, . . , iV.,it-
5- immiffanj,S- . ,
Dr. R. Struble is at the head I of
and young folks to discourage clear-
30.000 members in Colorado.
A thousand opium smugglers in
Southern China, backed by the dis-
satisfied populace, are in open rebel-
lion against tne government, ana
giving it a great deal of trouble.
There are 1 300 established golf
clubs in the United States. Never- j Outside of these conditions in lim
tbeless. there are indications that j ited areas, the consensus of opinion
golf will decline rapidly, to lie su-, is that there will be hay enough, and
perseded by polo and automobiling to spare.
There is such a demand for Ger-1
man-made powder from China. Tur ; PASSED THE DOCTORS.
key. Spain and other countries that i
every powder mill in that country is!ld Short Line Engineer With a
now being run at its full capac-j Glass Eye Held a Job Over the
ity. with orders ahead for a year's Doctors Examination.
OUtpllt. I Th iihVKlf-nl nvaTTilntitlnnc nnii-
I traordinary exjierience of a Shon
The republicans, democrats and ia-limine engineer. working out of
boring men have tickets In the field ' Glenn's Ferry. These examinations
for the city election which occurs in) have been In force on the Short Line
Butte on April 4. , for a number of years, and one of
Thomas t. Deianey has leen ap- j the oldest freight engineers on the
pointed chief of police to succeed t system was discharged from the
Sullivan, who becomes chief city service about two years ago after it
detective at Seattle. w-as found that he had been running
The Oregon express on the S. P. . a" engine there for eight years with
crashed into a derailed car at Can-Ia RIass eye. contrary to all the rules
tara, near Redding. Monday, fatally i governing the road under the pbysl
injuring two trainmen. ica' tests.
Local merchants at Ilwaco. have! ,The examining doctors had pass
boycotted the I. R. & N railroad and;"1 ,h,ls man ever-v -vear- a,er ,a cI"?e
will begin the operation of an .nde-' examination as prescribed in the
pendent line of scows on the bay. ruIi- and he was n"3' Promoted
.1 , j to a passenger run.
Nels C Holdrom, recently released He wag a successful. can-
-lS?ei.aMlB?;r,Wf?l Ii:taM- abe man- ot Bood habits and
suicide at Seattle Monday, for fear , , temperament. Soon after hs
that he would become insane again. , promotIon ',0 the pa8genger he
Two saloons of Fossil are under was married, and his wife give the
the ban by the churches, because of!secret away to a friend, and the
their habit of selling whiskey to!storj. reached the ears of the super
minors. Their licenses have been , intendeat. who ordered an immedi
threatened. ate examination.
A deal about to be made by the Tne same doctors who bad always
McBride faction of Washington re- examined the engineer went down
publicans for the printing plant of " Glenn's Ferry, and called him in.
the Weekly Record of Walla Walla. H was found that he had a perfect
has fallen through, because of a dls-
agreement on the price.
In a tree fight at Lost
Sherman county, on Saturday night. ,,,, wink tne eyeia of the la8g
Ben Ensley was fatally stabbed by eJe and squlnted U a man oM
Al Smith, who made his escape in a , alk,n and readlng
the darkness. Jesse and Oliver Mun- hls orders and he woud have
ger were also seriously stabbed. ably worUed for years without inter
Reports from all over Western ruption. bad his proud wife not
Oregon indicate that the gale that I boasted of his shrewdness in es cap
swept along the coast on Saturday ing the doctors. He was immediate-
was the heaviest ever seen. Build-
ings, fences, telegraph and telephone
poles were blown down everywhere.
The farmers of the Wenatchee
country have organized an independ
ent telephone line to compete with
the regular line running to the coast
The tolls were too high and farmers
could not take advantage of the
public 'phone, so they will operate a
large private system.
We have some propositions in
real estate which are worth your
time to investigats. Come in and
talk them over with us.
E. T. WADE & SON.
Office in E. O. Building. 'Phone
Black, mi. P. O. Box 324.
!ST0GK MM SUFFER
' range short and weather
I ROUGH IN GRANT COUNTY.
Stock in John Day Country Turned
Out on Foothills, Grass is Scare
and Storms Frequent May Be
Some Losses Yet This Spring.
Although the time of year has
come when stockmen may reasona
bly export their herds to find a good
living on the range in the warmer
volleys and among the long slopes
of the different branches of the John
Day river, the weather is such that
the grass is not In good condition
for grazing, says the Grant County
Considerable snow falls at fre
quent intervals and heavy frosts
which grew well during much of
the winter. Is not easily reached by
on wJth the chm ra)ns makes tne
sItuatIon ,ess hopeIU, than has 1)een
, st0ckmen gener-
stock. This fact, taken In connec-
Pnrtloc pnmlnr fmm th north end
era hundred head of stock cattle
have been turned out on the hills
there, and in such condition that
there is danger of considerable loss.
especially among those that are
weak and thin.
Owners, and those in charge, had
fed u pabout all their hay. and In
some instances had driven their
herds quite a distance in hopes of
finding good grazing on the long
slopes of the John Day and Middle
wua could be learned, much
wliI dejiend upon the bind of weath-
r ,or lne nexl weens, n n
should grow warmer and less rain
'and snow fall, there will probably be
very little loss, if any at all. But
l T his situation is far from gener-
al throughout the county, and is due
j, he ,acf that wiy rangeg are re.
,le, UIK)n t() tne extem that ,here U
, mt, nav comparative,,-. pllt up
In that part of the county.
Ther hag , . comma..,,
made that a number of horses in the
Sianvllle country are Btarvlng. hut
rloser investigation seems to prove
that not more than the usual num
ber of old and helpless ones are in
; being conducted on the O R. & N..
reminds old railroaders of the ex-
Siass eye, so nearly alike the natnr-
al eye. that these doctors had given
him the eye tests, year after year,
wlt hnt, as.ttxlnr hlc Inltmllv M
iy aiscnargea irom tne service and
is now running an engine in a saw
mill near Sumpter.
A PREACHER'S OPINION.
Trib It the Remedy for Liquor and
Tobacco Habits That Has Effected
the Greatest Number of Cures.
The Rev. J. R. N. Bell, pastor nf
the Presbyterian church. Baker City,
writes: "A permanent cure at a nor
mal cost is what the public has
wanted for many years. I have
watched with interest the good re
sults obtained by your remedy 'or
liquor and tobacco habit, TRIB, and
feel I can safely and heartily recom
mend it to all in Deed."
Tallman & Co., local agents.
Trees and Flowers Planted by the
Public Scnool Scholars.
The pupils of the public school
will go gardening in a short time,
and by next fall will have all kinds
of flowers and green things for the
decoration of the assembly hall and
the winning of prizes at the annual
Last year the children were sup
plied with seed by the principal, and
tmm thu thiv raised flowers, recelv
ed prizes for the best single speci
men, the best assortment and the
finest of one variety. At the exhibi
tion when school began this year
some very fine specimens were shown
that had been grown by the pupils
during the vacation time.
This year the matter has not been
taken up as yet, but It will be in a
short time and seed will be - dis
tributed and the gardening will be
gin. Superintendent Conklln has re
ceived a shipment of small shade
trees from the government, which he
will set out in the campus, and which
will add much to the beauty of the
President's Private Account Against
the People Nearly One Million.
Washington. March 19. President
Roosevelt's latest request, which
was transmitted to congress through
Secretary Shaw. Is for $90,000 for a
new White House stable
The one now in use. he says, is so
damp that the health of his horses
is suffering. They are threatened
with influenza, according to the pres
ident, who uses Secretary Taft as a
witness, and he wants a new home
built for them on higher ground be
fore they catch the disease and are
Col. Symons. superintendent of
public buildings and grounds, in a
reort to Secretary Taft. said that
a number of the president's best
horses practically have been ruined
by belnc kept In the old stables,
which are damp and unhealthful.
The president keeps eight horses In
the stable, and Archie's pony Algon
quin also Is kept there.
If the president gets the new sta
ble it will run his expense account
against the government up to more
than S910.IHH). divided as follows:
"Restoring" and refurnishing
the White House J4T5.445
Six-room office building at
the White House CJ.l&C
Refurnishing the f. S. S.
Mayflower for use as the
presidents yacht 10O.CO0
Cost of refitting and repair
ing the May Bower in lSr
and 1?03 for the president's
Estimated cost of repairs this
Cost of keeping the Mayflow
er and the Sylph at the dis
position of Mr. Roosevelt
in 1902 and 190S t.WK
Estimated cost of keeping the
two ships in readiness for
a presidential call this sum
New White House stable
asker for by the president ti.t00
lucar ll in i-. .1" ,,. ....... .-
count the great naval display off
Ovsler Bav last summer, ordered by
the President, which cost many
thousands of dollars.
UTILIZE DEAD SEA.
Enormous Power Plants to Be Erect
ed on a Canal Draining Hhis Body
It is believed that before very
long the famous Dead Sea will be
exploited for industrial purposes.
French engineers are at worK on
three different projects with this
purpose in view.
Arronlini? to the Boston lranscript
the level of the Dead Sea being
more than 1300 below that of the
tolltrranfan and Red seas. It is
thnurhi bv connecting either of
these two seas by means of a canal
with the Red Sea a stream of water'
would flow with a velocity calculat
ed to produce some 2J.0t0 horse
power Thnrp is no danger. It is assertea.
of an overflowing of the Dead Sea.
for the waters there evaporate at so
.nioi a rate f f. .000.000 tons a day l.
that the incoming waters would
make no appreciable UlCerence in
the level. One project Is to start the
,-anii fmm the Bav of Acre, lead it
southward past Mt Tabor, and let
join at Baisan. the waters of tne
Another nlan is to build the canal
alone the railway line from Jaffa to
Jerusalem But this would mean
hlntlnf a tunnel of some 3i nines
through the mountains of Old Judea.
The third project, the cheapest, pro
poses to start at AKaoa. in ine neo
Sea. and pass through the desert of
Wadv-l-Jebel. Havlnt obtained
muLur In this manner. It is thoueht
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many industrial works would be car
Gives Birth to Five Boys.
.David Swope. a workman on the
Wabash bridge, was handed a mes-
bage from his home at Pittsburg
last Friday, which read: Ann.e
Kve birth to five boys today Come
home at once Annie and the boys
are doing well." Swope asked for
his pay and said he was going right
home He said: "Annie might have
given me a housekeeper, but to hand
me five bridge workers is a pretty
hard jolt. One thing Is certain, I
wi.nl name one of them after prom
inent men or a politician." He left
immediately for Fulton county.
whert- bis wife lives on a farm with
h. - father.
Eight hour laws are ignored by
those tireless, little workers Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Millions are
always at work, night and day, cur
ing indigestion, biliousness, constipa
tion, sick headache and all stomach
liver and bowel troubles. Easy.
pleasant safe. sure. Only 25c st
Tallman & Co.'s drug store.
Andrew Carnegie announces that
he has set aside J5.000.000 to be ex
pended in the cause of education,
upon his return from a short trip to
Scotland and England.
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 , 1Bc to J1.50 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.
William Maher. Chicago.
C. M. Smith, Chicago.
W. D. Chamberlain, city.
M. B. Gwlnn. Boise.
W. D. Boyd, Echo.
P. M. Kevins. Seattle
C. E. Lord. San Francisco.
C. B. Ingle and wife. San Francisco
Mrs. V. H. Chastain, Milton.
G. W. Phelps. Heppncr.
E. L. Barnett, Athena.
W. J. .Moore. Spokane.
C. R. Williams. St. Paul.
G. D. Galley, Porilcnd.
S. J. Hayes. Strbuck.
R. A. Wright. Spokane
W. R. McRoberts. Spokane.
H. A. Kline, city.
W. D. Marks, Simkane.
Roy Huggett. Tacoma.
W. R. Glendenning. Portland.
C. Downer, Spokane.
O. C. Janet, city.
F. J. Norton. Colfax.
C. A. .Miller. Moscow.
A. J. Tunnell, Salt Lake.
R. A. Cornelius. Chicago.
W. D. Palmer. Portland.
G. W. Kalley. Umatilla.
Miss Bessie Settlemelr, Umatilla.
W. H. Raymond. Portland.
A. D. Chase. Portland
Hotel St. George.
J. J. Burns. Portland.
W. H. Benninghoft. Portland.
Owen Worthington. Irrigon
Charles L. Swain, Irrigon.
Mark P. Hammond. Denver
M. V. Turley. Weston.
Gen. G. D. Joubert. South Africa
Captain W. S. O'Donnel. South Af
rica. J. L. Gottschalk. Milwaukee
J. W. Smith and wife. Toledo.
E. A. Smith, Toledo.
J. S. Johnston. Moscow
Deen McKee. Echo
Clara Louise Thompson Echo
E. R. Fraser. Spokane
E. B. Rathbone. Chicago
Leroy Lomax and wife. Union
J. A. Tremble. Minneapolis
D. A. Neumeister, Tacoma
James H. North. Jr. New York
B. F. Welch, Portland
C. A. Miller. Moscow
H. B. Allen and wife Athena.
H. Fels. Chicago
J. A. Kirkham, Portland.
J. H. Dunlop, Cascade Locks.
A. W. Robinson, Echo.
C. K. Hoover. College Place.
C. L. Downer, Spokane.
H. L. Grover, Spokane
George E. Brown, Seattle.
A. F. Hart. Portland.
D. E. Powers, Portland
M. Fclngold, Chicago.
J. A. Kussel. Walla Walla.
G. J. McEroy. Starbuck.
Mrs. Jones. Pilot Rock.
W. V. Neil. AlbrighL
E. D. Turpleion, Coyote.
Harry Dume. Coyote.
C. A. Cooper. Pilot Rock.
C. F. Weiss, Milton.
G. L. Tufter, Portland.
G. K. McClendon, Albion.
E. A .Whistler, Albion.
V. J. White. Weston.
Mrs. W. M. Johnson. Caldwell.
W. M. Daniels and wife. Pontiac.
A. A. Lathrop. city.
I. F. Tobex. Portland.
R. N- Thompson. Walla Walla.
SI. H. Reeves. Baker City.
F. S. Willis, Bingham Springs.
E. J. Wilber. Wllber.
W. H. Risk. Norfolk.
We gffer One Hondrtd Dollars Reward
for any cm of catarrh tbat can not b
cored by Uall' Catarrh Core.
. V. J. CUCVEX CO, Toltdo, O.
We, tbe twderilgned. bare known P. J.
Cbny (or the luc IS years, and beller
him perfectly honorable in all buolntw
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligation made by tnelr firm.
WEST A TUL'AX, Wholesale Drugrliti.
WALDIKG. KINNAK 4 MAUVIN, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Uall's Catarrh Core Is taaea internally,
actios directly upon tbe bloud and mucous
surfaces of tbe system. Testimonials
sent free. Price "Sc per bottle. Sold br
all drucslsta. '
flail's Family IMlls are tbe best
Underground New York.
The boring of the North river tun
nel, which was begun in 1874. but
was interrupted for a number of
years owing to a terrible accident,
in which many Jives were lost, have
finally been completed and there Is
considerable satisfaction over the
prospect of an early completion of
tbe gigantic work. With a tunnel
under the Hudson and miles pf un
derground subways in Manhattan
subterranean New York promises to
become as formidable If no more so
than underground Rome or Paris.
The Astoria Steel Company, of
Long Island, has failed for $500,000,
and a receiver has been appointed.
Points for Ad Writers.
A Scotch paper has collected a
number of "advertisement ambigui
ties." Here are some choice ones
Gentleman wants shooting.
Our pies cannot be approached.
Tea and coffee Inside Mrs. Brown.
Wanted, a horse to do the work of
a country minister.
Wanted, an organist, and a lad to
blow the same.
Bulldog for sale. Will eat any
thing; fond of children.
Inventor of a new perambulator
wishes to meet financier to push
Annual sale now on. Don't go
elsewhere to be cheated. Come in
Sixpence extra for admission to
see the wild beasts eating John Rus
Gentlemen In the cabin are re
quested not to use the seats until
the ladles are seated.
Services on Sunday next at both
west end and east end chapels Ba
bies baptised at both ends.
Wanted, by a young woman, her
passage to South Africa. Willing to
take care of children and a good
H. Shoter, a tourist in Portland. (
was robbed or S19o in a North End
saloon. Friday morning
of 904 patterns
Is now in
I E.J MURPHY
Residence and office, Despaln block
Phone Red 16S1.
Our, specialty Painless Filling and
W Economy 1 1
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I Evaporated I ;
Cream I ;
I is most nourishing
because richest in cream; 1 4
most perfect, 1
because most fikillfullv
Its purity is guaranteed
under forfeit oi 55,000 to
anyone able to prove .
any adulteration in our 1
f product. (
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Maae to order tsuildmg
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand, wood gutters far
barns and dwellings a spec
Alta St, Opp. Court Hocst
If you are interested in Oil
Painting see us Our line
ACADEMY BOARDS t
STRETCH KRS t
ARTISTS SABLES j
We make a specialty of ffB- .
ing pictures. Newest stock .
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tC. C. SHARP i
Opera House Block
For Sale j
$3,00008 room, 2 story, n' J
house, and lot 50x100. ,
1,200.00 5 room, Vi w $
$1,700.00 S Room, 5 "f J
house. Bath tub and folIK'
good cellar, woodshed, pump t
aad city water Easy 'erBt ,
$600X01 Vacant lot. Very J
i room - :
4 rooms each 15x15, b
room- rock cellar l!x3. 1 I
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$2504)01 vacant lot. J
Merchants Protective ;
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T 1 nIMIiiff Room ft
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Telephone Black 11"- J
am conatuou. upt ". - j,
and orchard. Rood fence WS
Mannll- IVotnr nlDed U
house and garden,
A FONTAINE, at
Every stamp requirement
A. J. BEAN
HAULING OF ALL
Good takes bent
order t TeaUcb's.