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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904.
A small bottle of Scott's
Emulsion costing fifty cents
will last a baby a month a
Jew drops in its bottle each
time it is fed. That's a small
outlay for so large a return of
health and comfort
Babies that are given
Scott's Emulsion quickly re
spond to its helpful action.
It seems to contain just the
elements of nourishment a
baby needs moat.
Ordinary food frequently
lacks this nourishment;Scott's
Emulsion always .-upplies it.
CHILD BURNED TO DEATH
OVER ON THE COLUMBIA.
Mrs. Worthlngton Receives Her)
Brother's Life Insurance Tumor
Removed From Neck Mrs. Henry
Received Present of a Pin Otis
Beck Has Gone to Spokane Pur
chaser of Purdy Place Has Arrived
Driving Cattle to Mountain Pas
V.Vtl tn4 jw a auapte ffte vpoa rtqaesL
SCOTT i- BOWSE 409 I'Mt! SireH. Ntw Yeri.
General Nelson A. Miles is a rail!
cat prohibitionists unci will possibly
bocome the candidate of the prohi
liltlou party for president this year.
Of ISfi delegates thus far selected
to the republican national conven
tion. 14S are Instructed lor Itoose
rclt while the remainder are unin
stmcted. Indications now nre that the Lith
ographers" Union will win out In the
present trouble. Ton thousand In all
parts of the United States, are look
The radium treatment for cancer
has been abandoned as useless, by
the London cancer hospital. Its ef
fects are entirely superficial and
The republican county convention
at Salem. HI., broke up In a free
fight during which nearly all the
chairs In the hall were smashed, and
most of the heads' cracked.
David S. Husied. a wealthy re
cluse at Greenwich. Conn., is dead
of the very rare ailment known as
Addison's disease, which causes the
skin of the fairest Caucnslon to turn
Tho persecution of the liberal stu
dents of the Russian university at
Odessa, by expulsion, arrest and j
Athena. .March 22. The little son;
of Mr nnd Mrs. John Howies of
Kennewlck was burned to death
Wednesday In a eampfire on the Co
lumbia river. The mother left the
little fellow to watch the little babe
while she went to help her husband
with some drift wood. On returning
home they found him burned to
Harry Dupuy's mother. Mrs. M. J.
Dupuy of Portland, spent this week
here, visiting her son.
.Mrs. Liuueus Koontz and children!
of Pasco. Wash., spent this week in
Athena visiting relatives.
The Weston camp of Woodmen of
the orld presented to Mrs. H. O.
Worthingtou a draft for S2.000, which
was the amount of Insurance carried
by her brother. Angus McDonald,
Mrs. Worthlngton being the benefi
Mrs. Charles Xolsen of Havana. Is
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. O.
J. A. Henry was given a pleasant
surprise by Athena Circle No.
Women of Woodcraft, at the lodge
hall. An elaborate table was spread
ami a short but interesting program
was rendered. Thorp were about 30
present. The circle presented Mrs.
Henry with a circle pin.
Miss Kiltie Sharp of this city, who
Is teaching school about five miles
from Pendleton, is at home visiting.
Miss Jeanotte Mnnasse spent Mon
day and Tuesday In Walla Walla vis
Otis neck has gone to Spokane.
where he has accepted a iiosltlnn.
Henry Koeplke has arrived to
take charge of his place which he
recently purchased from S. P. Pur
dy. bringing with him three carloadi
J J Ilalleray. city,
ft. W. Frost, Chicago.
G. S. Youngman. Portland.
Thomas Nester. Portland.
J. W. DeJarnelte. Omaha.
S. W. Cahlerwel. Walla Walla,
n. D. Fulton. Portland.
Uiigene Kroesner. Portland.
W. B. Rradberry. Portland.
Charles Watson. Vancouver.
Oeorge M Allen. Portland
W. R. Koblnson. Portland.
H. W. Cameron. Spoknnp
O. B. Prael. Portland.
E. E. Nelson. Rochester.
A E Mclfreen. Spokane ,
J. G. Wlthnm. Boston. ,
R. A. Wright. SKkanc
R. M. Caston. Simkane
A. W. Kugler. San Francisco.
A. D. Stlllman. Philadelphia.
C. Ades, Spokane.
A. G. Howard, cltv.
.John Doherty. Spokane.
C. K. Sten. Chicago
E. O. Evans. Boston.
G. B. Galloway. Portland
Thomas Murry Spencer. Portland.
W. R. Glendenlng. Portland.
G. D. Galley. Portland
. Hotel St. George.
.1. .1. Qullliam. Portland.
J. P. Hayden. Portland.
W. W. Eastman. San Francisco.
A. G. Hanover San Francisco
Will M. Peterson. Athena.
J. O. Wasson. Pomeroy.
W. B. Williamson. Pomeroy.
I. Jacobs. Portland.
Charles Holmnn. Portland.
F. A. Homer Portland.
Leonard Durst. Portland.
Robert McCowau Portland.
F. J. Gardner. Portland.
J. A. Allison. Portland.
W. B. Turner. St. Paul.
More Howe. Tacoma
J O. Shore. Dakesdale
H. A. Blackman. Walla Walla.
William Dyam. Walla Walla.
W. T. Riley and wife. Halley.
George H. Carler. Portland.
B S. Farlhing. Seattle.
H. E. Lamb. Seattle.
W. Woodell and wife. Summervllle
SHIRT WAIST SAL
trr- 1 a t r- II ICT a CrciWC r A I AOnrr CUIOUCkir rr? I a mrn riling (uin. ...
ARE BEAUTIES. EVERY WAIST IS OF THE VERY LATEST STLYE AND THE ASSORTME.J
IS SO VAKIbD I rift i all 1 ho 1 ta on SHiiar-itu.
Silk Waists, all colors, prices from $3.50 up to $6.00.
White Lawn Waists from 75c to $2.75
Tan Voile Waists, $1.75, $1.98 and $3.00. ,
Tan Lawn Waists, very fine and sheer material, $1.50. ' "
Black Lawn Waists, 95c and $1.39. ,
Colored Waists, ail styles and prices from $50c to $350.
See these Waists this week. To see them Is to buy them.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS
10 yards good Calico, all colors, 45c.
10 yards good Percale, double fold, 75c.
10 yards Zephyr Gingham, double fold, 85c.
10 yards Batiste summer wash goods, 65c.
10 yards dark Outing Flannel, 10c grade, 75c.
banishment, is bearlni: fruit. Bombs
have been exploded around and in ot stock, household goods and farm
the institution, doing n-eat dam- implements,
The exposure of contract and
building swindles on an immense
scale in the construction nnd man
agement of the French navy will
probably result In retiring the pres
ent cabinet In toto. all being held
more or less culpable.
Two years ago H. H. Palmer, a
clerk In the Royal Bank of Montreal,
disappeared under circumstances
which Indicated aberration of mind.
His books wore pefectly straight.
He has lately been located In an
English Insane asylum.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
A new bank, with $25.(100 capital,
will be established nt Troy, Idaho.
Eugene Egly. a 15-year-old boy of
Walla Walla, has the delirium tre
mens in the worst stages.
A severe earthquake shock was felt
all along the British Columbia coast,
north of Victoria, Wednesday.
Alvis B. Singleton, a well known
detective of Portland, died with the
grip Wednesday, at that city, aged
Antoine Labbe. a well known pio
neer of Portland, dropped dead with
heart disease, on the streets. Wed
nesday. Nassar Kuhn. an Assyrian tamale
vender of Eugene, has been arested
for the murder of n fellow country
man In Seattle, a year ago.
Portland Ieatherworkers are now
on a strike. The trouble arose over
the request of the employers to have
two apprentices for each shop.
Jim Simpson, a farm laborer of
Walla Walla, passed four forged
checks, for sums ranging from $10 to
$50. Wednesday. He is at large.
William It. Kcmery. of Eugene,
who has been demented for some
time, shot himself with a rifle in the
presence of his family, Wednesday.
H. N. Adams, a young man 21
years old, has Just been sentenced to
10 years in the penitentiary at Sent
Ue, for attempting to rob a residence.
Dow Shopardson, clerk of tho
city water department of Baker City,
was bitten by a vicious norse on
Wednesday, and blood poisoning is
William Schtill is under arrest at
Baker City, charged with having rob'
bed the Palmer jewelry and gun
store of that city, of several hundred
dollars' worth of goods two weeks
T, A. Williams, clerk of the district
court of Billings, .Mont., has abscond
ed, being several thousand dollars
short In his accounts with the North
ern Pacific, for which company ho
was land agent.
On account of the scarcity of hay
near Athena a great many cattle
have been taken tip to the foothills
of Weston mountain, as the grass Is
getting pretty good In that vicinity.
Had a Tumor Removed.
Guy McBroom of -McKay creek,
brother of .Mrs. .Monroe Hicks and
Mrs. Dan Hicks, spent about 20 days
at the hospital in Walla Walla. He
had something growing on his neck
resembling a goiter, which was re
moved. The young man seems to lie I
Robert T. Ewing. Walla Walla.
Charles Glngler. Baker City.
J. B. Mackey. Divide.
D. W. Swearingen, Ogden.
W. H. G011II, Weston.
John Parks. Weston.
Mrs. Lulu 'w. Helix.
Miss Llala Kelly. North Yakima.
Mrs. Fred Parr.
.Mrs. M. Brown. Waitsburg.
A. Rnsch. Portland.
S. S. Gill. Spokane.
I.. E. Hunklll. Starbuck.
A. W. Downer, Nolln.
Miss M. Anderson. Palou.se City.
Miss P. Anderson. Hatten.
Jessie Copper. Clarkshill.
Charley Yonar. Clarkshill.
Dan Wareham. Cajal.
J. C. Brlen, Spokane.
A. C. Schwalbe. Spokane.
W. Ginglls. city
olC. which had been raised by Mr
Lcckwood with the rest of his cattle,
.nid which was ery docile The cow
bej-an to labor on Monday afternoon
and died while giving birth to the
calf, which was Just barely alive
The calf was red In color and Its
Widy wns o' about the usual size for
the first calf. The body was normal
in Liiape. Tho hind legs were natur
al b.H the front legs were set far
apart In order to make mom for the
two heads which branched from the
TI.e neck at the base was a little
larger than ordinary and divided into
two parts, each ending in a head or
the tisua' t-ixe and shape One of the
he.vls wag more fully developed than
the other, one being hard while the
skull ol the second was soft, showing
It to he U'li'.ud the first In growth
Fium the Kiiit where the necks
branched hpart. two extra legs stood
frirtl'. One of them was of the same
size us tup hind legs of the calf, and
was tiiuiet! In the same way, while
the other resembled a foreleg, hut
wns tcrned with the hoof pointing
toward the rump of the animal.
The tall was branched into two
pprlert members of a natural size,
but grnwiiip side by side, each sepa
rate and iliMiiif from the other.
Mi', lickwood will have the freak
stuffed and r oiit.ted and will keep i'
as a curiosity.
M'KAY CREEK ITEMS.
School Board Election Was Voted
Second Time in District No. 39.
u fri- Oiia Ititmli-Ml Dalian Iteward
for nnv case of catarrh that can not be
cured ny nans uatarrn cure.
P. J. CHENEY i CO., Toledo, O.
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North McKay, March 23. Miss I ri,,nV for tho las; is rears, and believe
tiinoi v neeier is sunering Irom it nun periecuy uonorauie in i uimu
severe attack of erysipelas
The bonds voted some three or
more mouths ago by District 39, to
pay for the erection of a school house
seem to be in a state of desuetude
transactions and financially able to carry
out any obligation maile by their firm.
WKHT & TltUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
W.U.Dl.NG. KIXXAN & MAIIVIX, Whole
sale urugsists. Toieuo, o.
Mails catarrn cure n tanen internally.
through a chain of technicalities by S'Ve.V." Stiffs
the blunders of lawyers and dlrec- nent free. Price .uc iwr bottle, now ny
tors. The requirements of the law
have not been met and tho work lias
to be done over. It Is now under
stood to have been corrected and
well under way.
Mr. William Ellis supposed he had
rented the ranch of Mr. Ellesnor for
five years, but It seems the bargain
is declared off. -The ranch Is sltuat
ed two miles below town.
A party was given by Louis Neal
last evening to friends and neighbors
In honor of his mother-in-law, Mrs.
Bowles, and her daughter, who nre
visiting here from the East.
Halls t ainuy mis are me oesi.
CALF IS A FREAK.
Talis and Six
Cow Gives Birth to
Two Heads, Two
F. M. Lockwood, the stockman of
Helix, came into the city last eve
ning with a strange monstrosity in
the shape of a calf with two heads,
two talis and six legs. All the parts
are normally developed In every
way, of full size and of good shape.
f tin mnther nf the oti-finfyi fn.ab
Hay is selling in this neck of the wnE a yoltnB w)w nbout ,g montns
woods at from $10 to $12 per ton in
the stack. Roadside and stubble'
feed is fine.
Kidder Bros, arc decorating and
painting the new Noble residence in
North Pendleton. 1
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DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT
aives Health to the 61ck an
Strength to the Weak.
BetUes caly. $1.00 Sire toldint 2H tlaw
the trial Hie, which Mils tot 30c.
Pictured by B. C. DeWitt & Co., Colore.
Sash, Doors & Window
Made to order Building
paper, lime, cement, briekl
and sand wood cutttts lod
barns and dwellings a s?tt-l
Alta St, Opp. Court House I
I Artists' Supplies
Sold by Tallman & Co.
LET US SUPPLY
To Be Hanged for Murder.
WythevIIIe. Vn.. .March 21 The
sheriff of WythevIIIe has completed
arrangements for the e.ecution of 1
Chesley Peoples tomorrow The I
crime for which Peoples Is to pay I
tho death penalty was the murder I
here Inst December of John Seaglc '
China utterly refuses to agree to
a renewal of the present treaty with
the United States, which expires
IS MISS SHAY COMING?
Wo have somo propositions In
reai .estate winch are worth ,your
iiihb ia investigate, come in nnd
talk them over with us.
K. T. WADE & SON,
Office In E. O. Ilulldlnc. 'Phono
Black, 1111, P. 0 Box 324.
8inger Who "Fooled" Pendleton Is
to Sing the "Bohemian Girl" at I
Miss Cecilia Shay, the famous
operatic singer, who was to have ap
peared In this city over a year ago I
in "II Trovatore," at $2 a seat, but
who skipped through the city to
Portland and left her part to an
understudy. Is going to sing the "Bo
hemian Girl" in The Dalles tonight.
The Shay company is rendering I
tho famous old operas In English.
which is meeting with the approval I
of many lovers of opera. The peo
ple of Pendleton would havo been I
glad to hear hor-sing In any tongue.
after paying their money for that
CLARA MATHES COMPANY.
Well Known Theatrical Troupe Will
Be at the Frazer One Week Be
ginning March 28.
Tho favorite and popular Clara
.Mathes Company will begin n week's
engagement nt the Frazor on .Mon
day, -March 2S.
This well known company has met I
with remarkable success In the Woet
(Hiring the past winter, nnd will lie
wuleomed hack to Pendleton this
miring, The repertoire will I an-l
npimcwl Inter, but all the uroduc-i
lion hnmiiod by this company will
ny wjso little fish bogliiB liugl-
iiH4'(i.a Hinnll scale.
He Could Sleep Anywhere.
"Say, look horo! You can't sleou on Hib!- .i,,nr
"Can't If Woll hlc-you Just watt h mo
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Bring Your Bill to Us and
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Opp. Wt ft C. R. Dapot
If you are interested in Oil
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We make a specialty of fram
ing pictures. Newest stock 1
In carlpad lots. Green cut
black pine. Dry four-foot wood
at $4.50 per cord on siding at
S. G. BRYSON
No. 1700 W. Railroad St.
JC. C. SHARP
Opera House Block
Open day and nlglvt. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good musltevery evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot.
$3,000.00 room, 2 story, Wl
house, and lot 50x100. I
i1.20O.Dfl K room. 14 ""'I
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$2,0007 room 2 story hoMf-l
4 rooms each lo"'
room, rock cellar IS"-"'
$250.001 vacant lot.
Despaln Building. Hoc ' j
dldowalU. . "VVator
'house and garden
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