East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, June 02, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8

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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1904.
EIQHT PAQEs,
COMFORTABLE
SUMMER. SHOES
Tho warm weather requires lighter and lower footwear. Let us
fit you out for tho hot season with a pair of thoso now, stylish tan
Oxfords, Patent Corona Colt, or Vlcl Kid low shoes.
Thoy are correct In shapo and fit as well asprlco.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD 8HOE8 CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
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TO UNVEIL AND DECORATE
MONUMENTS NEXT SUNDAY.
past year has been a teacher In tho
Columbia college, was the guest of
friends hero last night whllo on his
way to IJerkeloy, Cal., where It Is his
Intention to locate During the sum
mer Prof. Dlxon will attend tho sum
mer school at tho university. Ho was
accompanied by Mrs. Dlxon.
FORMERLY OF PENDLETON.
La Grande Woodmen and Women of
Woodcraft Will Participate With
the Pendleton Orders In the Cere
monial Several Deaths From the
Boyd
1 Portland Suicide Nursed Col.
for Several Months.
Charles Sheeloy, tho young medical
i fttllflpnt wlln rnmmltfpfl allfpMn fn n
Two Orders In Pendleton During the doctor's office In Portland Friday last,
and whose remains wero found In the
ofllco on Monday morning by tho doc-
Past Year Will Assemble
March to Cemetery at 3 P. M.
for .
Tho La Grande camp of the Wood-
tor when ho returned after an ab
sence of several days from tho city,
was formerly a resident of Pendleton
men of tho World and tho Qrando ! nad was employed as a nurse for Col
Hondo clrclo of tho Women of Wood
craft also of La Orando, will Join
with tho Pendleton fraternity In their
memorial and unveiling ceremonies on
Sunday next.
Tho Pendleton camp has been mak
ing preparations for tho unveiling for
i IS n Pnvil fnr onvornl mnniliD
Mr. Sheeloy was well liked by all
who met him during his stay hero,
and was greatly liked by Col. Boyd,
of whom ho took tho greatest caro.
He left a short time before the death
of tho colonel to visit tho bedside of
enmn tlmo rtml will nlisppvn rhnlr nn. I a friend in Portland, nnil rptllrnpil tn
nual memorial day with fltimg cere-1 Pendleton tho day after Col. Boyd's
monies. There arc two monuments j death.
to bo unveiled on that day, one over Thoso who know him whllo In Pen
tho grave of Welcome Walker, and dleton wero greatly surprised at the
one over that of Frank Houmagoux, news of his rash act, as he was the
loth members of tho Pendleton- camp last man whom thoy would have ox
who havo died during tho past year,
There are several other members who
havo died during tho year, but their
deaths have been so recent that the
monuments for their graves havo not
yet arrlvod, and their unveiling will
not bo held until tho noxt year.
The members of tho camp and tho
ladles of Pendleton clrclo will assem
ble at 3 o'clock Sundny afternoon,
and accompanied by tho Pendleton
band, will march to tho cemetery,
where tho ceremonies will bo con
ducted. Dr. C. J. Smith will mako tho ad
dress of tho day.
EN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.
Prof. Dlxon and Wife Will Locate at
Berkeley Permanently.
Prof. James M. Dlxon, who for the
Foot PowcJe
For Sore, Blistered, Aching and
Sweating Feet. We Guarantee This
to Cure Either of These Complaints
or Money Refunded.
Tallman & Co.
pected to do such a thing.
MI8S KINSELLA.
Famous New York Soprano Is Visit
ing Her Parents In Pendleton.
Miss Bessie S. KInselln. of Now
York City, reached hero yesterday
and will bo tho guest of her parents,
MrN and Mrs. Peter Kiusella, for tho
greater part of tho summer. Miss
Klnsclla Is one of tho leading sopra
nos of New York, and has been ono
of tho leading vocalists with Charles
Frohman's musical comedy, "Tho
Girl From Kay's," which has been
running at tho Herald Square thea
ter during tho past season.
Miss Klnsella will visit hero for a
time and will then go to Portland,
where she has friends. Sho will re
turn to Now York in August, when
her company will open tho season.
G. A. R. DELEGATES.
Pendleton's Representation at Hood
River June 15.
At a recent meeting of tho G. A. It.
post, J. S. Gurdane and J. B. Mumford
were elected delegates to tho grand
encampment which is to convene at
Hood River June 15, for a three days'
session. B. F. Renn and P. P. Col
lier wero elected alternates. Besides
these, G. W. RIgby, tho post com
mander, and all past commanders of
tho post are cx-offlclo delegates to tho
encampment.
High Pressure Boiler Arrived.
Tho now high prcssuro boiler fo.
tho pumping station reached hero
this morning and was taken to the lo
cation of tho now house, whero It will
bo set In placo as soon as It Is possi
ble to mako arrangements for tho
construction of tho building. Tho
now boiler plant will bo ready for uso
hy tho mlddlo of tho summer.
Panama
Teutsch's.
Hats, all styles, at
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HOLT BRO
Side Hill Combined
I Harvester
Tho latest Improved two-wheel, sldo-hlll combined harvester has
proven a boon to wheat raisers. It Is bo inost successful, most
economlca. and easiest machine to operato over built.
Theso harvesters havo been given abundant trials right hero at
homo and all users aro highly pleased. None have been dissatisfied
and all aro high In their praiso.
Tho Holt sldo-hlll harvester on a side bill is able to stick to
tho side of tho hill, whllo tho hoador will slip down tho hill. The
main wheels aro vertical, which bracos tho machine to tho side
hills. It works equally adapted to level land.
Tho Holt harvesters aro sold exclusively In this section by
t
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28 Court Street, Pendleton, Ofegon
All extras for Holt machines on hand.
COUNCIL
E
1C
LOAN FROM BLINKING
FUND WAS APPROVED.
Current Expense Bill Allowed and
Adjournment Until June 8 City
Will Buy a Flag and Erect a Flag
staff Over the City Hall Grade and
Sidewalk Will Be Built on Llllieth
Street.
New Goods Arrive.
A large shipment of goods for tho
Worklngman's Clothing Company ar
rived today, and Is being unpacked
nnd placed In tho sholves. Tho eutiro
shipment will bo hero by Juno 10, and
the store will open to tho public
about that date. Louis Moses, pro
prietor of tho store, has chargo of
tho unpacking and will put In orio of
tho most completo stocks of clothing
In Eastern Oregon,
Tho city council had a short and
unoventful meeting last night which
wound up with tho decision that tho
city needed a new flag nnd a polo
upon which to display It. So tho mat
ter of tho purchaso of a lino largo
Hag and tho erection of n flagstaff
over tho city hall was referred to tho
street committee, with power to act.
L. A. Vlgcl and others asked for
permission to lay a sldowalk on Lll
lieth street, and tho matter- of mak
ing tho grade and allowing tho peti
tion was referred.
Tho action of tho finance commit
tee and the city recorder and Mayor
Matlock In making a loan of $3,000 to
William Hilton from the sinking fund
was approved.
Tho list of bills for tho current ex
penses of tho city for tho month was
allowed nnd ordered paid, nfter which
the council adjourned to meet at S
o'clock next Wednesday ovenlng.
I Got His Trains Mixed.
I Conductor W. H. Kolsay Is off for
a fow nays ami rnum ivuyKummu, ui
La Grande, Is In his place. Coykon
dall Is so acustomed to running stock
trains that ho was seon golhg through
tho passenger cars last night nt La
Grande, with a goad stick to seo If
any of tho passengers needed poking
up.
Funeral of Harley Janes.
Tho funeral of Harloy Janes, who
died yesterday morning at tho farm
of his brother, near Pilot Rock, was
conducted this afternoon from tho
undertaking parlors of M. A. Rader.
Hov. Jonathan Edwards preached tho
sermon, nnd a largo number of tho
friends of tho decoased accompanied
the remains to the cemetery.
Sailed for Nome.
Wesley Matlock, William Beaglo
and Will Sturgls of this city, sailed
from Seattle yesterday on tho steam
er Tacoma for Nome, whero thoy will
spend tho summer In the mines.
FIRST VISIT TO ECHO.
Dave Carglll, of Middle Cold Springs,
Takes a Trip.
Davo Cargill has lived In Umatilla
county for 25 years, Is ono of tho
most cxtcnslvo fnrmers of tho Cold
Springs country, and whiro ho has
lived within 25 miles of Echo for a
quarter of a century, ho nover visit
ed that placo until yesterday.
Ho visited his horses In Dr. C. J.
Smith's pasturo near Echo and spent
part of tho day vlowlng tho Irrigated
farms In that section. He believes
in Irrigation and In alfalfa, but for
downright comfort and profit, with
llttlo labor and oxponso, he prefers
tho wheat crop, and Is pretty well
satisfied In tho Cold Spring country,
whore thoy expect 15 bushels per
acre this year, In splto of tho frost.
In speaking of tho effects of tho
frost that visited Cold Springs four
weeks ago, ho says tho barley and
ryo that was killed at that time has
grown up again nnd Is now heading
out. Nono of tho frost-bitten wheat
area will bo seriously affected as It
is coming out about as heavy as It
was before tho frost.
CRUSHED IN SEWER.
Vaugn Finch Meets With a Serious
Accident.
Vaughn Finch, ft son of C. E. Finch,
was caught by a cave-In whllo work
lug at laying pipes in tho sower being
constducted on Court stret, and was
pretty badly crushed by tho earth that
fell upon him.
Tho trench that had been dug was
nearly eight feet deep nt the point
whero Finch was working, and tho
walls suddenly gavo way whllo ho
was stooping over tho pipe In tho bot
tom of tho ditch.
Tho avnlancho of earth crushed him
to ono sldo of tho trench and buried
him to the wa'&t.
Ho was taken to his homo, whero a
physician was called and found that
tho man was badly crushed about
tho abdomen, and thero Is a possibil
ity of his having suffered Internal
Injury.
CLOSING RALLIES.
Local Option People Will Close the
Campaign Sunday.
Noxt Sunday morning, at Adams,
Ilovs. B. F. Brown and O. W. RIgby
will conduct tho last local option rally
before election day In that part of tho
county.
Rev. Jonathan Edwards, G. S. Hall
and Mr. Copplo ylll conduct a rally
at Athena on Sunday evening, and
for this placo tho last and tho biggest
has been provided for. At that tlmo
N. H. Turner, now associated with the
business lately conducted hy Miss
Boyd, R. J. Slater, T. O. Halley and
S. A. Lowell wll speak at the Chris
tian church.
POLICE COURT.
Edwards and Shockey Charged With
Fighting.
R. D. Edwards and Dun Shookcy
had an altercation on Court street
this morning nnd wero nrrestcd and
brought before tho city recorder,
charged with fighting and disorderly
conduct. Edwards pleaded gtijlty.
but Shockoy would not, and the cases
of both wero continued until this
afternoon when thoy wero tried out
beforo Judgo FItz Gerald. Tho trouble
arose ovor n report published In tho
morning paper to which Edwards took
exception,
Supreme Oracle Coming.
Mrs. E. D. Watt, of Omaha, su-,
premo oraclo of tho Royal Neighbors
of America, who has been making a
tour of tho Pacific stotos In tho Inter
ests of tho order, will nriivo In Pen
dleton Saturday ovenlng noxt. Whllo
hero sho will bo tho guest of Mrs.
Ida Hamblen, who Is tho stato deputy.
DEFEATED PROPOSITION.
Western Federation Will Not Increase
Per Capita Tax.
Denver, Col., Juno 2. Tho Western
Federation of Miners today dofoated
a proposition to Incrcaso tho per cap
ita tax from 2 to $1 por year, it
got a majority, but required a two
thirds vote. Tho question of adulat
ing with tho American Federation of
Labor was postponed till noxt convention.
Standard Grocery Moved.
The Standnrd Grocery Company has
moved Into tho building noxt to tho
Owl Tea Houso, formerly occupied by
Wcissert's harness shop, until their
now building Is erected.
Fishing Is Good.
II. W. Swart, of Bingham -Springs,
champion fisherman of Umatilla
county, says thero aro moro big trout
this year than over beforo nnd they
seem to ho moro easily caught.
Wonders at Weston.
The Wonders left this morning for
Weston, whero thoy will play tho first
of a series of games with tho Weston
team at tho Pioneers' picnic today.
SCOTT'S EMULSION
makes pale, thin children fat
and chubby. Overcomes
wasting tendencies and brings
back rosy cheeks and bright
eyes.
It's surprising how quickly
children respond to Scott's
Emulsion. It contains just
the element of nourishment
their little bodies need. They
thrive on it.
Even a few drops n the
baby's bottle have a notice
able effect for good. Nothing
better than Scott's Emulsion
for growing children.
We'll send you a umple free upon request.
SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl Street, New York.
Take nutmeg; one is not as
good as another. Schilling's
Best, in nutmeg, is ground fine
from difficult nuts to grind be
cause lull of oil ; the oil is their
virtue. There are dry nuts;
there are wormy nuts. We are
no . more careful in nutmegs
than all through.
Your grocer's; moneyback.
$60,000.
School District No. Sixteen, Umatilla
County, Oregon.
Nollco Is hereby given that scalod
proposals will bo received at tho of
flco of tho county treasurer of Uma
tilla county, Oregon, nt Pendloton, Or
egon ,on or before Wednesday, tho
15th day of June, at five o'clock p. m.,
for tho purchaso of bonds to bo Issued
hy School District No. Sixteen, com
prising tho city of Pendleton and cer
tain adjoining lands In Umatilla
county, Oregon, of tho par valuo of
Sixty Thousand Dollars, bearing Inter
est at tho rato of 4VS por cont per an
num, payablo semi-annually, principal
and Interest paynblo at tho ofllco of
tho county treasurer of Umatilla coun
ty, or nt Now York city, at tho option
of tho purchaser. Said bonds matur
ing In twenty years, but being paya
blo In ten years or after at tho option
of District No. Slxtoen.
All bids, In order to bo considered,
must bo accompanied by a certified
check, draft or certificate of deposit,
for tho sum of Ono Thousand Dollars,
to bo approved hy tho directors of
said district beforo said bids aro open
ed. Said draft, certified check or cer
tificate of deposit to ho payablo to
School District No. Sixteen, In Uma
tilla county, Oregon, nnd tho said sum
to bo forfeited to said district, should
tho bid bo accepted and tho bidder
fall to comply therowlth. Tho buyer
of said bonds to provldo the necossary
and proper blanks therefor, complying
In nil respects with tho laws of the
stato of Oregon, und pay for said
bonds In Pendloton, Orogon. Tho
county treasurer and said district ro
sorvo tho right to roject nny and nil
bids without question.
JOHN HAILEY. JR.,
Clork of School District No, Sixteen,
Pendleton, Oregon.
Dated this 31st day of May, 1901,
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HELP
US
MOVE
WE DON'T WISH TO ADVERTISE A CRACKED CHINA SALE
AFTER WE MOVE, BECAUSE BY OUR PAST EXPERIENCE WE
KNOW THAT CRACKED CHINA WILL NOT BRING ONE-TENTH
ITS COST, WHILE BROKEN DISHES ARE WORTHLESS.
OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. WE HAVE CUT THE ENTIRE
LINE. THE MORE FRAGILE, THE HEAVIER THE CUT. COMt
AND HELP US MOVE.
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Have
You
Seen It?
WONDER
AT THE THING, TOUCH IT AND SEE IF IT IS ALIVE. NO?
YES.
BETTER BARGAINS ARE NOT GIVEN IN THE CITY; IN
FACT, YOU ARE MI83ING AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE
MANY DOLLARS.
"THEY SELL VERY CHEAP AT THE BIG SHOE AND
CLOTHING
Boston Store
Outing and Business
Suits
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WELL MADE GARMENTS,
BEST VALUES EVER OFFERED, $5.00 TO $20.00.
Summer Underwear
COLORS: BLUE, BROWN, BLACK AND LAVENDAR. PER
SUIT, SOC, 90C, and $1.00.
BAER. & DALEY
One Price Furnishers and Hatters
I
It Is hard to teach an old dog;
For .once he told the truth
Give the pup a trial,
For the old do Is out of style.
Pendleton Steam Lamfcy
The new Laundry on Cottonwood Stroet