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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1904.
THIS WEEK WE ARE SELLING
A. BUNCH OF SHIRTS, SOME TO
WEAR WITH WHITE COLLARS,
SOME WITH TWO COLLARS TO
MATCH, AND SOME WITH COL.
LARS ATTACHED; 75c AND $1.00
VALUES FoK THE BALANCE OF
TENNIS SWEATERS AND JERSEYS.
WROTE MANY SONGS
FAMOUS SONG AUTHOR IS
EIGHTY-FIVE YEARS OLD,
Has Been Blind S.nce Childhood But
All Other Faculties Are Perfect-
Written Nearly Three Thousand
Hymns In Forty Years Is Highly
Educated and Has Been a Teacher.
Bridgeport, Conn., March 24. Miss
Fanny Crosby, tho famous blind
hymn writer, today celobrated her
eighty-fifth birthday In tho full pos
session of all her faculties, but the
one denied her. Miss Crosby lives
with her sister, Mrs. Carrie Illdcr,
and In her old ago Is fully as activo
as In her youth.
Miss Crosby becamo blind in her
Infancy, owing to Improper treat
ment for a fever. When she waB 15
years old she entered the Now York
Institution for tho Blind. She was
so apt In her studies that sho subse
quently received an appointment as
teacher of rhetoric, English gram
mar, Creek, American, English and
Itoman history In tho institution.
While still a teacher sho composed
songs, winch were set to music oy
Georgo F. Root. Among tho best
known are: "Rosalie, tho Prairlo
Flower," "Hazel Dell," "Goodby,
Proud World, I'm (iolng Homo,"
'The Honeysuckle Glen," and
'There's Music In tho Air." Sho also
wrote tho words for the cantatas.
The Flower Queen" and "Tho Pil
Miss Crosby. In 1SG4, took up hymn
writing and since that tlmo has writ
ten nearly 3,000 of them, notable
among which Is "Safe In tho Arms of
Jesus." Thero Is seldom a religious
meeting at which ono or more of
Miss Crosby's hymns aro not sung,
and tho deep religious pathos of her
writings has been felt In many lands.
Nothing goes with Golden Gate Coffee but satisfaction.
And there is no coffee that gives such univer
sal satisfaction as Golden Gate. There
is health and cheerfulness in every cup.
Rich Aromatic Delicious.
High grade grocers sell it.
1 and 2 lb. aroma-tight tins.
T. A. Folder (& Co. Importers and Roa.tors of
J w - - tJ
Monday, class night. Wednes
day and Saturday, classes from
7 to 9 o'clock. Socials from 9
Children's Matinee, Saturday,
2:30. ' .
Fine Old Coffees
NIAGARA SHIP CANAL.
That pay their losses
promptly Our companies
stand at (he head of. the list.
Hartford Klre Iii-tirance Co.fl'ilftV
Alliance Afwurunce Co f.(M9,tfrt
.London & LHticiishire Fire
Insurance Co 2,844,(1S:-
North liritUli & Mercantile
Co ... ll),H95,u7
Hoyal Insurance Co 22,S!)7,15l
FRANK B. CLOPTON
M2 EAST COURT ST.
Powerful Interests Ask for Congres
sional Aid for Project.
Washington, D. C, March 2i. At
tho hearing before tho rivers and
harbors commltto tomorrow relative
to tho proposed Niagara ship canal,
the commerco of tho Great Lakes
will be represented by ono of the
strongest delegations over sent to
Tho project has tho support of J.
J. Hill of the Great Northern, of tho
Lake Carriers' Association, and the
chamber of commerco and other
trade organizations of Minneapolis,
Duiuth, Chicago, Cloveland, liuffalo
and other cities whoso Interests
would bo benefited by tho construc
tion of tho proposed ship canal
around Niagara and tho completion
of tho 1,000-ton barge canal from
Buffalo to tho seaboard. All of tho
various interests are expected to ho
represented at tomorrow's hearing
and If tho project does not receive a
decided boost before the house com
mltteo it will not bo because of lack
of effort on tho part of Its advocates.
DENMARK NEEDS AMERICAN PRODUCTS
Haymond R. Frazier, American our trade, slnco Denmark buys but
consul at Copenhagen, has sent tho one-twentieth as many shoes from us
following interesting report to tho as from Germany. During the five
department of , commerce and labor years ended September 31, 1902,
on tho need of' American shoes and Denmark imported each year on an
boots in tho kingdom of Denmark.
Tho report says:
Tho American-made shoe is popu
iar In Denmark. Two of tho fore'
nvcrago 523,7-13 pounds of footwear,
tho avorago yearly value for tho fivo
years being $9'29.9G0. In 1902 there
were imported C1G.171 pounds, to tho
most shoo stores In Copenhagen use value of $941,752, of which 403,393
tho American shoe for a "leader" in
their splendid show window exhibits.
Many stores display tho American
shoes conspicuously, but roue han
dle them exclusively. Ono leading
pounds, valued .at $735,928, is credit
oil to Germany ami 21,393 pounds,
valued at S44.48S, is credited to the
Many of tho coarser shoes lm-
shoes at uniform prices, say betweon
13 and 17 kroner ($3.48 and J4.5G) a
pair, would meet with immediate
and permanent success in Copenha
gen. Tho duty on tho average pair of
leather shoes (without silk uppers)
will perhaps not exceed 20 cents.
Havmond It. Frazier, consul.
Colds Cause Pneumonia.
Ono of tho most remarkable cases
of cold, deep-seated on tho lungs,
causlnc pneumonia, is that of Mrs.
Gertrudo E. Fonner. Marion, lnd..
who was entirely cured by tho uso
of Ono Minute Cough Cure. Sho sarn:
"Tho coughing and straining so weak
ened mo that I ran down In weight
from 14S to 92 pounds. I tried it
number of romedlos to no avail until
I used Ono Minute Cough Cure. Four
bottles of this wonderful remedy
cured me entirely of tho cough,
strengthened my luneB and restored
I mo to my normal wolght. health and
Sold by Tallman & Co.
Not an ordinary article, but
something extraordinary is
For medicinal use as well aa
for salads and tablo use.
This is tho highest quality
and purest oil made.
Sold exclusively in Pendleton
Despain & Clark
shoo store makes a specialty of ported Into Denmark and worn oy
American-made rubber footwear, in- those who earn their livelihood by
eluding rubber boots of all sizes. 1 manual labor arc in a class by them
Tho largest department store in tho solves, and there Is little opportunl
klngdom carries a full stock of ty for American manufacturers to
American shoes (except patent compete unless thoy prepare to
leathers) and an especially good meet tho peculiar demands of this ',.,,,
diuvi. ui nuuivuo uuu vuii'iiuii o uluiilu ui mu ouuu li.iuu. Wll lilt;
"storm rubbers." Tho climato here other hand, great quantities 0f shoes opinion on Inheritance Tax Law
is moist. For nine months In tho aro yearly sold in this market that I Salem Attorney General Crawfo'rd
year tho sidewalks aro wet with rain do not give tho satisfaction that tho i,no r,i.,i ni.i. . ., ,
or snow practically all the tlmo, but bettor fitting and more becoming and nest () state Troisurer Moore, In
nib wi iuhuudi Bii.iuisi; m (linn, ui, uwi uuu, hju i iuuui luaii-uiuiiu which ho holds that, under tho In-
mi. herltanco tax law personal property
Tho domestic manufacturers make listing outside tho state. Is subject
good shoes with American shoo ma- to the tax tho same as other proper-
chinery, but thoy do not satisfy tho ty 0f the estate.
cultivated tastes of many cousum- !
ers. Quito as important a consider- Nominated frr
say, is a comparatively recent cus
torn. Thero Is a promising future
for American-made rubbers in this
Denmark is now our fifth best cus
tomer in boots and shoes, though
Four Hundred Delegates In the Vlr.
glnla State Convention.
Petersburg, Va.: March 24. Four
hundred enthusiastic delegates and
visitors aro in Petersburg for tho an
nual session of the state ennferenco
of Kpworth Leagues, to bo held hero
during tho next threo days.
Tho nttondanco is the largest ami
most representative in tho history of
the league's conferences In Vir
ginia. Officers' reports show n largo
Increaso In membership during tho
past 12 months and a general ad
vance along all lines of league work.
Much business will bo transacted by
tho conference, but tlmo will bo
found nlso to listen to addresses by
a number of prominent speakers,
among them Bishop A. Coko Smith
of tho M. E. church, South, aud Dr.
Dubois, general secretary of tliu or
The Name Witch Hazel.
Tho name Witch Hazel Is much
abused. E. C. Do Witt &. Co., Chi
cago, aro tho inventors ot tho orig
inal and only genulno Witch Hazel
Salvo A certain euro for cuts, burns.
bruises, eczema, tetters, piles, etc.
Thero aro many counterfeits ot thl3
salve, some of which aro dangerous,
while thoy aro worthless. In buying
Witch Hazel Salvo seo that tho name
E. C. Do Witt & Co., Chicago, Is on
tho box and a euro is certain. Sold
by Tallman & Co.
nvo years ago mo American snoo ntlon is tho fact that domestic man- Snnnror iml MnrM, vi ini,n r
was practically unknown hero. Slnco ufacturors can not nearly supply the Clmnnv of SuI'lvan ws nominated
then wo havo overtaken Great Brit- homo market. for congress today at tho republican
aln and Austria-Hungary and in 1902 There is little If any doubt that an congressional convention of tho Sec
surpassed them In this market. But American shoo store dealing exclus- ond district. Thero was no opposl
there is much room for extending ively In American goods and selling tlon.
Good and Pure
At prices as low a the lowest.
3J6 COURT ST.
Woll ventilated, neat and com-
fortablo rooms, good beds. Bar
Jn connection, whoro best
J goods aro served.
Main streot, center of block,
botwecn Alta and "WeM
F. X. SCHEMPP
"I'm going to call my uoxt painting 'Still Life.' Can you suggest a subject?"
"Yes; a tramp."
Best 25 cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlor
Elegant Furnished Rooms Ib
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
633 Main Street
IF WE HAVE FAILED TO AWAKEN YOUR INTEREST BEFORE BEFORE NOW WE WISH YOU TO LOOK OVER OUR PRICES.
OUR CLEARANCE ALE CLONES MARCH 31 K K
DRY GRANULATED 8UGAR, PER SACK $5.75
FRUIT GRANULATED SUGAR, PER- SACK $6.00
8-QUART NICKLE-PLATED COPPER TEA KETTLE $1.00
PHARAOH'S HORSES, (picture) 10x19, FOR 19c
DEITZ, TUBULAR LANTERNS, ' 50c
10-QUART TIN WATER PAIL 10c
WE WILL ALLOW ONE-THIRD OFF ON THE PRICE OF ALL
CUT GLASS, ALSO ON THE HAND-PAINTED FRENCH CHINA,
GOLD-PLATED VA3E8 AND THE ROYAL BONN VASES. THESE
ARE BARGAINS YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE AGAIN AFTER T.HIS
6 BARS TOILET SOAP
6 BARS OWL LAUNDRY SOAP.: 256
G 8EMI-POCELAIN SOUP PLATE8 600
SEMI.PORCELAIN BUTTER DISH 400
THREE DOZEN CLOTHESPINS 5c
ALSO ONE-FOURTH OFF THE PRICE OF ALL VASE LAMPS,
SALAD SETS, SALAD BOWLS AND PAINTED GERMAN CHINA.
Our Premium Tickets Token Only at Regular Prices
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