East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, April 01, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1904.
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GRAND DISPLAY OF EASTER CARDS, BOOKLETS, RABBITS,
CHICKENS, HUNDREDS OF EASTER NOVELTIES FROM 2c
TO 75c.
Frederick Nolf & Co.
FISHING TACKLE.
Hooks, 15c, 25c, 40c and 50c
a dozen.
Poles, split bamboo, 92 feet
long, 98c to $9.45.
Reels, 10c to $5.45.
Fish baskets, 95c to $2.45.
BICYCLES.
We sell the two leading
makes Ramblers and Cres
cents $22.00 to $40.00.
Bicycle sundries,
lowest prices.
full line,
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
Published every afternoon (except Sunday)
at Pendleton, Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
Telephone, Main 11.
Entered at Pendleton postofflce as aeconil
class matter.
'ilbel
A writer In tlio Chicago
News gives the following
seven ambitions which ac
company the seven ages of
man:
1. To bo a street railway
conductor.
2. To he a professional ball
player.-.
3. To he able to lick the
school principal.
4. To marry the smartest
girl in the class.
5. To be the president of the
United States.
0. To make a decent living.
7. To keop out of the poor-house.
WHAT WILL THE COUNCIL DO?
The only plan under which the
city of Pendleton should grant a Jo
year franchise to the Northwest-Jin
Gaa and Electric Cbmpan is to take
a nor cent of Its earnings for each
ytnr.
Under the plan now being consld
ered Pendleton can only receive
$7,000 from this company for 25
years, no matter If the city grows
to ten times Its present size and the
profits of the company Increase 100
fold.
Do the taxpayers of this city want
to barter away their matchless
pureless, rights for a pittance?
Do they want to give to this com
pany the exclusive privilege of sell
lng light and power In this city for
tho noxt quarter of a century with
out Increased rental from Its e'
tending business?
Grant this franchise under onty
oue condition: that the company
pay the city a per cent of Us annu
al Income, and that its plant nnd
business In this city he subject to
purchase by the people at any time
dating from the day the franchise Is
granted.
In this way as the city grows and
the Income from this monopoly In
creases, the taxpayers will receive
n proportionate remuneration for .the
value of their franchise.
Think of giving away a 25-year
franchise In the city of Pendleton
on the basis of 6,500 population!
What a pittance this proffered
rental will be In a city of 20,000 peo
pie, which is possible in 15 years
from today!
Think of paying a fuel price to
this company fixed on a basis of
present fuel values, when develop
ment In tho next 10 years may bring
coal to Pendleton at one-fourth the
present cost!
Selling a franchise for a quarter
of a century In a thriving, growing,
developing city Is no small matter.
You are not dealing alone with
ipresent issues and emergencies
you are toying with the rights of tho
coming generations!
Give Pendleton a perpetual per
cnet of the incomo and leave the
door open for municipal ownership,
at any time tho people see fit to cm
brace the opportunity.
The taxpayers do not rightly est!
mato tho enormity of tho question
now being considered by the city
council.
All franchises belong to tho peo
ple.. Tho council should grant no
franchise until tho people voto on
the franchise question.
Call a mass meeting and talk over
tho franchise Issue.
Tho council Is considering a prop
osition to barter away for tho insig
nificant pittanco of $7,000 a 25-year
exclusive prlvllego that would bo
worth $50,000 to tho people of Pen
dleton, at a moderate rate of busi
ness expansion. What wll you do?
Less than two weeks remain In
which tho school room question In
; Pendleton must be threshed out and
settled. It would be criminal to fall
to provide school room for the grow
ing children this year. The condi
tions surrounding them make or
mar their lives. They must accept
whatever the community provides
for them. They cannot choose, they
can only suffer or enjoy as the con
dition imposed upon them Is oppres
sive or pleasant. Nothing must be
left undone by the board to meet
tho requirements of the taxpayers.
The board must pass this question
up to the citizens of Pendleton and
remove every obstacle complained
of. Make It known Just as quickly
as possible where these buildings
are to be erected so there will i-e
no excuse for voting down this
question of light, health and happi
ness for the helpless school children
of Pendleton. Make It a fair and
square issue that cannot be dodged
this year on any frivolous techni
cality or objections, whether this
community wants suitable school fn-
" j cllitles or not. The children are
here, not by their choice, and the
parents who must answer for their
keeping are responsible for the con
ditions that surround them. Pendle
ton has built up ner private schools
by public subscription, largely; now
provide for the children that mint
attend the public schools.
IN MORMONDOM.
I met a little Mormon girl;
She was Just eighteen, she said.
Her hair was dressed with one big
curl
That dangled from her head.
"How many children, little maid,
Are In your family?"
"How many? Sixty-seven," she said,
' And shyly looked at me.
licr hazel eyes to mine she raised,
And then she cast them down.
"I did not ask," I said, amazed,
"The census of your town.
"How many children 'round your
door
Disport In childish glee?"
"Just sixty-seven," she said oi
more.
And smiled again at me.
"Forty of us at Provo dwell;
At Ocden there are nine.
The good ship Jane, they sail her
well
Twelve brothers, dear, of mine."
'My father kind Is drawing near,'
The little maid replied;
"He's been to roam; he's bringing
home
Another brand new bride.
"With father, dear, we dwell at
peace;
Our mothers are eleven:
'Round every door there's room for
more.
And we are sixty-seven."
And then I loft in dumb dismay
The maid with eyes like heaven;
But as I left I heard her say,
"And I'm the oldest, by the way,
Of all the sixty-seven."
Denver Post
An unknown woman, handsome
and accomplished and about 30 years
of age, nasi gone violently insane n
San Jose, Cal. When she first ap
peared in that place she banked $1
000 In cash and $5,000 In
and has large funds among her chat'
tel effects.
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION,
COMING EVENTS.
'I,
county repuhll
county demo
bond election.
state con-
The Morning Oregonlan gloats
over a story from Washington telling
of the alleged offer of W. R. Hearst
of $1,000,000 to tho democratic cam
paign fund. It forgets to mention
how the millions In the republican
campaign fund are raised by as
sessing federal office holders from $5
for a fourth-class postmaster to $1,
000.000 from the candidate for vice
president.. It is no more dishonest
or disparaging for W. It. Hearst to
contribute to a cause he loves, vol
untarily nnd willingly, than It was
for Marcus A. Hanna, John Wann
maker or William McKinley to con
tribute to their chosen cause. Par
tlsanlsm blinds the Oregonlan until
its news columns are unfair, to say
nothing of the unspeakable narrow
ness of its editorial utterances.
April 9. Umatilla
can convention.
April 12. Umatilla
cratic convention.
April 12 School
Pendleton.
April 14 Republican
ventlon, Portland.
April 1C Meeting of Oregon Cattle-growers'
Association, Portland.
April 19 democratic state con
vention, Portland.
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 General M. E. conference,
Los Angeles.
May 27-2S Caledonian picnic at
Athena.
June 2, 3, 4-?Umatilla county pio
neers' reunion, at Weston.
June 15, 16, 17 Oregon encamp
ment G. A. It., Hood River.
SKIN AND BLOOD
PURIFICATION
Cuticura Soap, Ointment
and Pills
Cleanse the Skin, Scalp
and Blood
Of Torturing, Disfiguring, Hu
mours with Loss of Hair
COMPLETE TREATMENT $1.00
Thousands of the world's best peo
ple have found instant relief and speedy
cure by the use of Cuticura Soap, Oint
ment and Pills In the most torturlug
and disfiguring of Itching, burning and
scaly humours, eczemas, rashes, Itch
lnss and inflammations.
Thousands of tired, fretted mothers,
of sktn-tortured and disfigured babies,
of all ages and conditions, have certi
fied to almost miraculous cures by the
Cuticura remedies, when the best med
ical skill had failed to relieve, much
less cure.
Cuticura Treatment is local and con
stitutional complete and perfect,
mire, nrpet nml whnlesonle. Ilatlll the
aflected surfaces with Cuticura Soap I
and hot water to cleanse the skin or
crusts and scales and soften the thick
ened cuticle, dry without hard rubbing,
and apply Cuticura Ointment freely to
allay Itching, irritation and Inflamma
tion, and soothe and Ileal, and lastly
take Cuticura Resolvent 1'IIU to cool
and cleanse the blood, and put every
function in a state of healthy activity.
More irreat cures of simple, scrofulous
and hereditary humours are dally made
hv.f?ntlriirn rnmorllua thilll hv .'ill nthfir i
blood and skin remedies combined, a
single set being often sufficient to cure
the most distressing cases when all
else falls.
Notice is hereby given that a pri
mary election for the purpose of
nlnfltln .fnlnvntoc in the ,1 nninnrn 1 1 n
Jewelry, county convCntlon of Umatilla Coun
ty, to bo held at the county uouri
House of Bald county on tho 12th
day of April, 1904, and thnt such pri
mary election shall bo held In the
various election precincts of this
county on Thursday, April 7, at ihe
various polling places, and at :he
hour of 2 o'clock P- m., in all pre
cincts except the precincts of Pen'
dleton. East Pendleton, North Pen'
dleton and South Pendleton and that
In each of the said Pendleton pre
cincts the polls shall be opened at
1 p. m.1 and remain open until C p.
in., the several polling places In and
for such primary election in Pendle
ton, as follows:
North Pendleton Precinct, cornor
iof Water and Main streets.
I South Pendleton Precinct, corner
Ifinrden and Railroad streets.
i East Pendleton Precinct, at ihe
i court house.
1 In Pendleton Precinct, corner Gar
jden nnd Webb streets.
in saiti several iirucmuis mm m
such election there shall be elected
in Pendleton Precinct 13 delegates;
In East Pendleton Precinct, 17 del
egates; in North Pendleton Precinct
IS delegates; and in South Pendle
ton 13 delegates to said convention,
nnd nt such election the following
1 persons, who aro legal voters and
householders In each of said pre
cincts hereinafter named, have be.ni
selected as Judges of said primary
election:
1 For Pendleton Precinct, Henry
Shocltey, Lee Teutsch, T. J. Meaus.
For East Pendleton, H. S. Garfield,
.Mike Keating, Willinm Hilton.
For North Pendleton, J. Bariiuari,
Will Moore, A. W. Nye.
For South Pendleton, Theodore
Howard, John Hays, W. M. Blake
ley. ! Dated this 31st day of March,
; 1901.
I A. D. STILLMAN.
I Chairman Democratic Central Coun
ty Committee.
Attest:
A. C. HALEY,
Secvetary Democratic Central Coun
ty Committee.
FRAZER
K. J. Taylor, Lessee ay
'Phone .Main 4t
TilEl
TONIGHT1
TONid
I
CLARA
MATH0
CO.
IN
ron
Prices 10c, .20c and 30c.
Friday night,
Entire change
evening.
"Younger En
of vaudevllltl
i
!i
Sold tttroushotit the world. Cctiran R KlTr of. 0c
(In form oV ChoooUlc Co4td ftUf, Uc. per rill of (XT),
Olntrornt, 'A:-, o.p. 15. Depot I.OQdon. V Coartee
faoueeSq I faru. A Hue de U flit I Bottoo. 1ST Colambuf
Ave. Potter Drug end Cheoi. Corp . hole Propi.
r-bead (or -' Skin tod Blood furllcatloB?'
SENTENCED FOR EATING.
Mrs. Glsella Jack marched into
the palm room of the Waldorf-Astoria
at 1 o'clock p. m. yesterday
She had her appetite with her. She
Is .15 years old, dark, large-ey?d.
well-dressed and of refined appear
ance. After a leisurely but earnest
survey of the menu she ordered:
Bouillon en tasse,
Fliet Mlgnnn, sauce Hordelaise.
Pommes Parisiennes.
Salade de Tomates et Laltue, Mayo-
nalse.
Un Pot de Tho Vert.
tnd when she had lunched thus
bravely she demanded her check. It
was $2.05. And then
"So sorry," said she to tho waiter,
but I have no money with me."
So tho waiter told the captain and
the captain told the head-waiter and
the head-waiter told the cashier and
the cashier told Oscar, and Oscar
told .Mr. Hllliard and .Mr. Millard
told House Detective Smith.
"Oh, very well," said Mrs. Jack to
the detective. "If you will come
with me -to my home, I'll pay you tho
$2.05 there."
Away they went gaily, Mrs. Jack
chatting unconcernedly. At No. 205
East Fifteenth street, where sho
said she lived, she admitted to
Smith that she had no money any
where. He led her to tho Jefferson
Market police court. She was whis
tling softly to herself as she faced
the bench.
'Well. I had to eat somewhere"
she said with a reckless smile. Mug
Istroto Mayo fined her $5. She could
not pay, so sho was committed to
prison for flvo days. Now York
World.
Economy
Brand
Evaporated
Gream
I fs of uniform quality at all .
seasons, always pure, heavy
in consistence, of delicious i
flavor and appetizing ap
pearance.
Ask for the brand with I
the"Helvetia" cap label.
I Made by the largest pro-1
ducers oi Evaporated
1 Cream In the world.
Efery man has a neck and sooner
or later ho gets it dare.
Drink
ESCBNT
REAM.
OFFEE
It Is Flno
IN 1 and 2 LB.
SEALED TINS ONLY
Oriental
Parlors
Massage, Halrdresslng and
Manicuring. , Rooms 3 and 5,
over Martin's grocery. Leave
orders at Brock & McComas'
drug store. The Oriental par
lors are in charge of Conala E.
Breyer, a graduate of Lola E.
Shaw's parlors, of Boise City,
Idaho.
Egg Baths,
Fomentation Bath,
Plain Shampoo,
Shampoo with Scalp Treat
ment, Shampoo with Hair Curl
lng, Head Steaming for ladles
and gentlemen,
Hair Dressing,
Manicuring,
Facial Massage.
WHEN YOU WANT
RUBBER STAMPS
REMEMBER ME.
I manufacture every stylo on any
mounting and carry a cbmploto stock
of Pads, Inks, Hacks, Daters, Rubber
Type, etc. SEALS, STENCILS, Trade
Checks, Door Plates.
Write nie what you want. I can
please you by return mail.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Dakor City, Or.
The Oregon Dally Journal can be
found on sale at Frazler's book store.
THE BEST
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in mind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the Internatioml
Poultry and Stock Food. Use
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
Frazer Opera Hod
K. J. Taylor, Manager,
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL I
The Woman's Club Have SecnrJ
laughable comedy,
The
Huskin' Be
Directed by
CLARA LOUISE THOMPSON.!
60 Local Amateurs In the Cost!
j Introducing latest songs,
Original dances
Society cake walks,
Twentieth Centur Befles,
Catchy music,
Pretty girls.
Written for laughing purposes oil
The huskin' will take place It I
Huy's own fine barn, which lu 1
fixed for tho occasion. The pi
in general cordially invited to ttteJ
Popular prices.
Its
THE BEST
THE MOST WHOLESOME
PROPERLY MILLED
WITHOUT A SUPERIOR
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
The Standard of Excellency.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W S Byers, Proprietor.
i
P "l"!"!"! 'I 'l"l"r 1 1 T'l'T'l'T'l'T'l1 1 l 1 I I I I I I r lllillii
HOLT BROS.!
Side Hill Combined
Harvester
The latest Improved two-wheel, side-hill combined harvester has
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It Is Ihe most successful, most
economical and easiest machine to operate ever built.
These harvesters have been given abundant trials right here qt
homo and all users are highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
and all are high In their praise.
Tho Holt side-hill harvester on a side hill Is able to stick to
the side of the hill, while the header will slip down the hill. The
main wheels are vertical, which braces the machine to the side
hills. It works equally adapted to level land.
The Holt harvesters are sold exclusively In this section by
E. L. SMITH
216 Court Street, Pendleton, Oregon
All extras for Holt machines on hand.
Let us show
new Perfumes.
you
Palmtt'i I
Ariston
The latest and best.
USE
PALMER'S
Garland of
Violets
Toilet Soap
A pure soap, finely perfumed.
Brock & McComas !
Company
A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship,
Hand Made.Clear Havana FLVNN & CO.. Makers.
THE FAMOUS
SHUMATE DOLLArt RAZOR.
Used with enthusiastic satisfac
tion throughout the civilized world.
A useful and nandsome book which
tells how to shave comfortably, sent
for the asking. R, R. Lewis, Distrib
utor, Echo, Or.
CANTY'S PARLORS
OF AMUSEMENT I
..... nllll.Mtt. Tl
Open day and nigm. D,l,",-7
Pont, shootlnn Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Rack.
Good music every evening-
RARPMPNT. CORNER MAIN
AND WEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. DPot
PAPER
HANGING
The new stock
of 904 patterns
is now in
E. J. MURPHY
Court St.
I Supplies ... Renting .