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PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1904.
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ADDRESS BY GRAM
PRESIDENT OF OREGON
He Will Speak at Mllarkey Hall, Cor
ner Garden and Court, Tonight at
8 O'clock Eight Unions In Pendle
ton, With a .Membership of 400
Progress and Status of the Union
Labor Cause In Eastern Oregon.
Union labor organizations will bo
addressed at Jlllarkoy hall, Court and
Garden streets, tonight at at o'clock,
by C. II. Gram, president of the Ore
gon State Federation of Labor, who
arrived here last night on ono of Ills
regular tours In tho interest of tho
There aro at present eight unions,
comprising a membership of 400, in
Pendleton: typographers, carpenters,
wool sorters, clerks, plumbers, team
sters, painters, bricklayers and stone
In addition to being the official head
of the state organization, Mr. Gram Is
general organizer for tho American
Federation of Labor. Ho left Portland
which is his headquarters, about two
weeks ago, and has visited Sumpter,
Baker City, Bourno and aL Grande.
He wil leave her for Portland and
after the Fourth wil return to Tho
"The unions generally aro In flour
ishing condition," said Mr. Gram. "So
far as organization is concerned,
Sumpter is quiet, but othcrwiso tho
town Is all right. Tho strength of
tho organizations in a number of
places has been increased, whllo on
this trip tho painters wero unionized
at La Grando and tho teamsters and
building laborers at Baker City. Tho
painters' union at La Grando went to
pieces a year ago, but has now taken
on a fresh lease of life. Thoro is a
possibility that two or threo more,
unions will bo formed thoro.
"I bollovo tho tlmo Is coming when
tho A. F. of L., tho Western Federa
tion of Miners and tho A, L. U. will
bo united. It must como In tlmo. A
story was printed that my mission to
Eastern Oregon was to persuade tho
local unions to secedo from tho West
ern Federation and afflllato with the
A. F. of L., and I camo near being
mobbed. I explained thero was no
truth in tho story and was treated
It is reported by Mr. Gram that 80
unions aro now affiliated with tho
stato federation. This Is an lncreaso
of nbout 22 or 23 unions over last
year. While strengthening union
forces in this city today ho was ac
companied by G. S. B. Haydon, a per
sonal friend, who Is identified prom
inently with tho union cause.
Tho officers of tho Trades and La
bor Assembly of Pendleton, in which
all tho labor unions of tho city are
united, aro: President, B. D. Tram
pleasure, of tho Woolsorters' Union;
secretary, L. E. Wenham, of tho Ty
Annual Premium List of Big Event Is
Tho annual premium list of tho Spo
kane Interstate fair Is out. It comes
in a now shape this year, being about
tho size of a railroad folder and open
ing on tho longer edge. It is a very
convenient size and Is woll worth
Among tho changes observed, ono of
tho most important is tho largely In
creased prizes in tho fruit department.
Besides this thero Is a complete new
department exclusively for tho chil
dren, and now prizes In tho flno arts
department. Every division shows
changes, more or less Important.
Copies of this book may bo obtained
by addressing Robert II. Cosgrove,
, Manager, Room 320 Mohawk Block,
At this season tvero is al
ways tho danger of sudden at
tacks from stomach and bowel
troubles. It is best to bo pre
pared to prevent serious re
sults by having always at
hand a bottle of our
There Is nothing llko having
a good r iedy when it is need
ed. For tho quick relief and
cure of colic, cramps, cholera
morbus, dysentory and ordinary
diarrhoea, it is pleasant and
may bo taken by young or old.
Your ..lonoy back It it falls to
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Three Years at Oxford.
Lawrence Glpson of Caldwell, Idaho,
has been notified that ho has been
awarded the. Rhodes scholarship by
the faculty of tho stato university,
says the Boise Statesman. This means
a threo years' course at Oxford, Includ
ing a portion of each year to be dovot
ed to travel in the various countries
of Europe. Four thousand five hun
dred dollars goes with tho scholar
ship for bearing the expenses of tho
Mr. Gipson is tho son of A. E. Glp
son, editor of tho Gom State Rural,
and Is a graduate of i tho Collcgo of
Idaho, of this place, as wen as or. ino
! stato university. Ho Is receiving con
gratulations from many inenas nere.
Ho will probably leave to take up his
work at Oxford tho latter part of
August or tho first of September.
A. L. I. W.
Meets on the first and third Fridays
of each month. Installation of offic
ers Friday,, July 1st. All members
urged to bo present. J. P. Earl, recorder.
Grateful for anything, entitled to
nothing, marks tho happy soul.
Cannot Afford to Lose
HAVE YOU DEED8, MORTGAGES,
INSURANCE POLICIES, WILL8 OR
OTHER PAPERS THAT YOU DO
NOT CARE TO LOSE? IF 80, WE
ADVISE YOU TO RENT A 8AFE IN
OUR FIRE-PROOF VAULT. OUR
SAFES WILL HOLD A GREAT
MANY PAPERS AND ARTICLE8 OF
ABSOLUTELY DURQLAR PROOF.
CALL AND 8EE THEM.
Commercial National Bank
FOUR PER CENT INTEREST PAID ON SAVINC8 DEPOSITS.
SIN COST DF
RECEIPTS AND CREDITS
MAKE AN EVEN ACCOUNT.
Confarr Leads With the High Aver
age, While Ellis Is Second Several
Others Crowd Them Closely In the
Percentage Column Twenty-five
Thousand Targets Were Not Used
It Cost Between $500 and $600
to Fit Up the Grounds.
Averages of all tho marksmen who
took part In and finished In tho re
cent Northwest tournament havo been
completed by the secretary. Confarr
Is In the lend, with a percentage of
94.82, E. E. Ellis being a close second
with 93.29. Several havo percentages
higher than 92.
Exclusive of targets, tho expenses
of tho tournament aggregated about
$1500. Tho receipts will Just nbout
balance this expenditure. This Is truo
only when 25,000 targets, which wero
not used, aro taken Into considera
tion, as thoy practically amount to
cash In hnnd. Tho oxpense of fitting
up the grounds was between $600 and
$700. Tho additional co3t of targets
over and abovo tho $1600 mentioned
was nbout $800.
Tho average of thoso who finished
In tho shoot, as computed by II. J.
Stlllman, the secretary, arc as fol
Confarr . ..
E. E. Kills.
Nauman . . .
Stephens . .
Hollnhan .. 91.72
C. I. Ellis.. 91.03
Cullison ... 90.69
Becker .... 90.34
Forbes .... 90.00
McMillan .. 90.00
Logsdon ... 90.00
Dickson ... 87.76
Winters ... 87.75
Stlllman ... 87.68
Drumgool- .. 86.20
Deiiham . . . 85.17
Dornberg .. 83.96
Klncald .... 82.75
Halght .... 82.75
E. M'Donnld 81.55
Brlngham .. 79.65
S. M'Donald 78.62
Brownlee .. 76.89
Stewart .... 74.13
Kershaw ... 73.79
NEW ACADEMY TEACHER.
Miss Alice Van Nuys, of Indiana, Will
Teach Latin In Pendleton Academy.
At a meeting of tho executlvo com
mittee of tho board of trustees, of Pen
dleton academy, held last evening.
Miss AHco Van Nuys, a graduato of
Franklin college, Indiana, and a re
cent teacher In Anderson, Indiana,
and a sister of Rov. W. L. Van Nuys,
pastor of tho Presbyterian church of
this city, has been employed to teach
Latin for the coming year, In Pondlo
Miss Van Nuys Is a teacher of ex
perience and comes highly recom
mended and the academy feels that It
Is fortunate in securing her for this
department. Sho has recently com
pleted a special course In tho Cook
County Normal, Chicago, under tho
direction of Col. Parker, ono of tho
foremost teachers In Chicago, and is
especially fitted for tho work here.
Sho will arrlvo in this city about Aug
Well Known Residents of Birch Creek
United In Marriage.
Tho wedding of Miss Ethelyn Salt
marsh and Daniel McDonald took
place at noon yesterday at the home
of tho brldo's father, J. C. Saltmarsh,
on Birch creek. Rov. Robert Warner,
pastor of tho M. E. church, was tho
Both parties to tho marriago con
tract aro well known and havo a host
of friends, nbout 40 of whom wero
present when tho nuptials were colo
brated. After tho ceremony a wed
ding dinner was served.
Mr. and Mrs. McDonald will mako
their homo near Warren station. Tho
groom Is a prosperous farmer of that
Counsel In Taylor Case Question Each
Proceedings in tho Taylor divorce
suit aro growing interesting. This
afternoon Attorney Fee, representing
Mrs. Taylor, accused her husband of
trying to intlmldato a witness. Col
onel Raley, counsel for Taylor, at
tacked tho veracity of Fee. Tho lat-'
tor declared that tho witness was
present to prove his allegation, and
that ho would force Colonel Raley to
retract his words. Tho latter stated
that ho would retract nothing. Tho
examination of witnesses was con
tinued at a lato hour this afternoon.
MARTIN PROPERTY 80LD.
Last of the; Famous Captain William
Martin Estate Disposed of This
Ono of tho nicest real estate deals
made In Pendleton this season wan
consummated by E. T. Wado & Son
this morning, when thoy deeded the
Captain William Martin bouse on tho
corner of Johnson and Wobb, now
occupied by F. W. .Hondloy and W. T.
Rlgby, to Mrs. Minnie Lazlnka. of
Camas Prairie, for tho noat sum of
The deal has been on hand for
8omo tlmo, and last evening whon
Mr, Lazlnka arrived in tho city with
tho herd of Camas pralrlo beof cattlo,
tho details wero arranged and this
morning tho transfer was mado,
Mrs. Lazlnka purchasing tho place
and taking Immediate possession.
The present tenants will continue to
occupy tho proporty during tho sum
mer and Mrs. Lazlnka will raovo to
tho city this winter 'to tnlco advan
tage of Pendleton public schools.
This salo closes out tho famous
William Martin estate, tho other
houses on tho block having been sold
some tlmo ngo by Wade & Son tho
ono on tho corner of Webb nnd
Thompson street, now occupied by
Mrs. William Mays, to Airs. Teel, of
Echo, nnd tho two cottages on John
son street to Robert Lalng, the on
tiro property aggregating nbout $10,-
RECITAL AT BAPTIST CHURCH.
Program at Baptist Church at 8:15
Miss Mltyleno Frnkcr, lately re
turned from McMlnnvlllo College, con
ducts tho following public recital
without charge, at tho Baptist church
tomorrow ovenlng. An offering will
bo tnken during tho evening, tho pro
ceeds to bo devoted to tho purchnso of
a piano for tho church:
Piano Duct "Polonalso No. 1"....
Mrs. II. B. Ilees, Miss Hazel Bickers.
Song "Tho Roso In tho Garden"..
Miss Mltyleno Fraker.
Rov. G. L. Hall.
Songs (a) "By tho Sea"
Roso M. Trumbull
(b) "Drink to Mo Only With
(Old English Air)
(c) "Good Day! Mario"....
Violin Solo Selected
W. D. Fechter.
Song "Tho Man of "Sorrows" ....
Song "Blow, Blow, Thou Winter
(From "As You Like It," Shake-'
s pen re.)
AT PRE8BYTERIAN CHURCH.
Full Program for Business College
The. following program will bo pre
sented tomorrow night at 8 o'clock
sharp at tho Presbyterian church, no
admission being charged:
Invocation ,Rov. W. L. Van Nuys
Recitation "Lascn" ...i
Oration "A Young Lady's Oppor
tunities" Myrtlo McMurry
Vocal Solo Selected . . Mrs. Marston
Recitation "Too Late for tho
Train" Delia Compton
Essay Success Vesta Dennis
Oration "Expert Reporting"
, Mabel West
Vocal Colo Selected .... Cecil Wado
Address Aaron Tumor
Test Shorthand reading at sight..
TEACHER8 IN SE88ION.
Western Division of the 8tate Teach
ers' Association Meets In Port
land. Portland, Juno 30. Tho western di
vision of the Stato Teachers' Associ
ation, Is now In session in this city,
there being about 1200 tutors pres
Tho high school building, in which
the meetings aro held, was crowded
to tho utmost and the program was
Interesting in the extreme. The
principal number of tho day is an
address by Superintendent Ackerman
on tho need of "Compensation to ox-
amlners for eighth grade examina
tions In tho public schools."
Returns to Portland.
Mrs. T. Graham, of Mt. Tabor, who
has been visiting her brother, Dr. A.
W. Botkln, of Athena, for several
weeks, returned to her home this
morning, Dr. Botkln accompanying
her this far.
Ought not to mean growing weak and
feeble. It does not mean weakness or
feebleneu for those who eat with good
appetite and sound digestion. It is of
the utmost importance that old people
should retain the power to digest and
assimilate food which is the sole source
of physical strength. When age brings
feebleness it is generally because of the
failure to assimilate the nutrition con
Uined in food.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
cures diseases of the stomach and other
organs of 'digestion and enables the per
fect digestion and assimilation of food.
It invigorates the liver and promotes
general physical well being.
"It is with gratitude we acknowledge what
Dr. Pierce's medicine has done for grandmoth
er', good, in fact tt has cured her. writes Mlu
Si me Junker, of rerrjribunr, Ohio. "She had
oetored with aereral Dhvilclans but found no
reUcf until Dr. Pierce advlaed her what to do.
the has taken only three bottles of Oolden Med
cat DUcorery and U entirely well. She suf
fered with pain in kidneys, bladder and liver for
ten years, and her limbs were swelled with
dropsy so bad ahe could hardly walk. My grand-
toiucra name is Airs. (Garonne iiennen, nerage
ji years. X will gladly answer all letters ol
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
R. V. Pierce by letter, fret. All cor
respondence is held as sttictly private
and sacredly confidential.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate
1 Ia9aii 4-Sm 4k 1-
Glasses for 35c
15 lbs. Sugar for $,to
the jelly with.
Owl Tea House
FOR IMMEDIATE USE
IT 18 THE KIND OF NECKWEAR THAT 16 CORRECT I
STYLE, 8HAPE, COLOR AND PATTERN, AND IF YOUWH
TO BE "RIGHT" JUST INVESTIGATE.
WE HAVE NEW 8ILK8 IN RUMCHUNDAS, BARATHU
PANIirJAPL AND CORVELETTE IN CHAMPAGNE, NAY!
DAPPLE QREY AND STAPLE COLOR8.
NEW SHAPES WILL ALSO INTERE8T.
THE NEW ONES ARE JUST OPENED UP AND KU
Great Money -Saving Si
of Men's and Boys' Glottal
at BAER 2b DALEY S
$12.50 Men's Suits
$15.00 Men's Suits
$17.60 Men's Suits
$20.00 Men's Suits
This samo rate of reduction applies
to nil other priced 1
Wo will glvo a special discount upon all boys'
STILAW HATS AT HALF PRICE
t 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 LatiuM
The new Laundry on Cottoned Slrttt
ks to H
i In Pre
lect at r