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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1904.
R. E. VINSON RETURNS
RETURNED FROM A YEAR
IN SCHOOL AT VICTORIA.
to the 1
... rwroV nEPARTMENT HAS BIG RARr.llWC i-n nrrm nnn ..
rlCH ANB ' - - ' " ' "uniiMii OUR JULY
..DlNCE SAUt ru"- AT THE ALEXAN-
$1.15 buys any ladles' $1.50 shoes or Oxford.
11.35 buys any ladles' $2.00 shoes or Oxfords.
l.fiS buys any ladles' $2.50 shoes or Oxfords.
1 95 buys any ladles' $3.00 shoes or Oxfords.
Itemnants at Just one-half the regular price. Over 300 remnants In
summer dress poods at your own price.
15 per cent reduction on our entire line of ladles' muslin underwear.
Odds and ends in ladles' summer underwear at July clearance prices.
20 per cent reduction on all parasols.
Alexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
Miss Lillian Edwards of Pendleton,
Visiting Sister at Milton Son Was
Born at Home of John Bade on July
3 Washington People Spend the
Summer at Milton.
Mrs. Plamondon Is Home From the
Valley Twins Born to Mr. and
Mrs. McQrath Visiting on Camas
Prairie Hard Times Social Was a
Gnat success Injured Horse Is
Recovering General Neighborhood
Milton, July 3. Mrs. Ida Thomas Is
here from her homo at Hooper, Wash., I
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A,i,ena. July 3.-Herbert Mnnasso
i, y,"s;,. . . returned Thursday. Ho will spend
. u.. viusou r... my iro n tno BUmmcr- vacation hero. Herbert iuit on
n twn mnntha visit with frlnnils In . . .... . ... . ... .. . , mull oil
..... . ... Il!ls uccn aiiuiuiing scnooi m victoria,'
San Francisco. n c for UlQ ,m8t ycnri Ho 1)ng lm does moro tlinn Is claimed for It
FtfJ mUCh '" .hea,tU Bl"C0 Per pound. Of all grocers.
Tho reputation of this powdor Is
RESULTS. Tho Crescent
Mrs. Hltn Plamondon returned homo
this morning after several weeks' i
visit in tho Wlllamotto valley. '
Mrs, nider of Elgin, arrived Friday
and will visit her relatives and
at the homo of her sister, Mrs. M. IL
The hearts of .Mr. and Mrs. John
Hade were gladdened by the arrival
of a baby boy at their homo Friday.
Dr. James Canane and wife, who oi,.,..i.. i.n.
have been here visiting, took their do- iiP1, lnnn ait n Mr .i m-o
parture yesterday for their home nt MoOrath, twlns-n girl and n boy,,
ortianil. nmj ll(rSi nickonson and daiigh
Mrs Clarence Walter will arrive- tcr Uutll ,ort Krll,ay for Cnm(lF
..v...- Wlia U , . . ...... il ..v.... .11 ll.Jlllv ..I.
Westbranch, Wash., on an extended
visit with her mother, Mrs. T). E.
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Davis will enter
tain a number of their friends at
their home on Mill street tomorrow
Master Nate Simon came up from
l'ralrle, where they will spend tho
next two weeks visiting friends and
relatives. They wero formerly real
dents of that place.
Miss Irene Dudley has returned
from u visit to Wnlla Wnlln, i
The linrd tlmo social at the Chris
tian church wns a complete success.
H. F. Ogle's valuable horse Is rap
idly Improving from thu serious In-
Portland Friday night aud will be the
guest of his little friend. Master Tom jurles hc recclV0(, ln8t wcos.
Mrs. S. E. Craig hns returned to her
home at North Yakima, Wash., after
a three weeks' visit at tno nome or
her son, Wlllinm R. Craig.
INDIA'S DEATH RATE.
HARVES ERS' SUPPLLIES, BUILDEHS' HARDWARE,
UNIVERSAL STEEL RANGES, GENUINE CHRISOLITE GRAN
UEWARE. A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING TOOLS AT THE
SoodraanThompson Hardware Co.
643 MAIN STREET.
ESTIMATES ON PLUMBING AND SOLICIT
. Eastern Oregon Medical Asoclation,
( nut iahf, juij i.
; iNationai Guard Encampment,
Washington, Idaho ana Oregon,
I American uzne. Idaho, July 7-21.
I August 22-27 American Mining
! National Irrigation Association, El
: Paso, Texas, November IE-IS.
PURER THAN ANY SPRING.
PURE CRYSTAL ICE.
i Highly Recommends "Trib" as a Cure
for Liquor and Tobacco.
We. the undersigned, residents of
I Baker City. Oregon, have watched the
good results obtained by the use of
inu as a cure for the liquor and
tobacco habits, and we can heartily
recommend It to anyone in need:
Signed Capt. Samuel White, chair
man of the democratic state central
committee, and district attorney of
the eighth judicial district of tho
- I state of Oregon; L. P. Desmarals, pas-
J tor of Roman Catholic church; Rev.
' J. R. N. Bell, the oldest living chap
. ; lain of the grand lodge of the Masonic
order of the world, and pastor of the
X i Presbyterian church; R. D. Carter,
mayor: W. H. Kilburn, chief of po
TMlce; S. L. Baer, vice-president Citi
zens- national Bank; W. F. Butcher,
lawyer; A. Welch, manager Baker
Gas and Electric Company; J. F. Fer
guson, real estate (27 years); Grace
ac uoamson, druggists; John O'Con
nor, agent Pacific Express Company,
For sale by Tallman & Co.
FROM P. G. M'BROOM.
Family Now Visiting in
I.entner, Mo., July Editor East
Oregonlan.) According to my prom
ise I will write you a few lines In re
gard to my trip. In company with
my wife and daughter-in-law, we left ' and
Remarkable Mortality Statistics or the
A wonderful picture of tho ceaseless
activities of the threo hundred million
souls over whoso destinies Lord Cur
zon has beeii presiding Is afforded by
the annual "Statement ExhlDltlng tho
Moral and Material Progress of In
dia" during 1902-03. I
To begin with, there Is the remark
nble fact that despite poverty, plague
cholera, tho birthrate over tho
Pendleton on Wednesday, June 8. whole countrv was 39.4 nnr 1.000. two
Wo arrived at Colorado Springs 'and a half times that of Englnnd and
on time and spent several days visit- Wales, rising In ono provlnco to tho
ing relatives and resting up. Got a enormous figure of 5C.9 aud nowhero
good drink off Pike's Peak. We left falling below 23.9.
Colorado Springs for St. Louis Wed-1 The death rate varied from 17.3 In
nesdny morning and arrived there all Upper Burma to 44.1 in tho Punjab.
Per set, $5.00; gold crowns,
$1.00; sllvor filling, EOo; ex
Wo are thoroughly equipped
with nl) modern mothods and
nppllnnces, nnd guarantee our
work to be of tho hlghost stan
dard, nnd our prices tho lowest
consistent with first-class work.
Phono Main 1CC1.
F. E. Van Dtfsen
Every Impurity and foreign substance Is absolutely removed. f
The water Is heated to steam, condensed, re-holled. cooled and
I teen Into lee.
For the same price at the same time.
ICE AND WATER.
Ice and Cold Storage Co.
Telephone Main 1781
Range to lease and an locate
some good range and water. Address
box 44, La Grande. Or,
Clothes do not make the man, but
they do make other people put a price
It Is hard to Usch an old dog;
For one ht told th truth
Give tho pup a trial,
For tht old do It out of otylo.
Pendleton Steam Laundry
Tht now Laundry an Cottonwood ttrotk
BECK. Thr m Tnvrmro
u "ur a yon will be si&aed. Hta work la alwari
t tt flrnr 4.i .
- mui job on pjoaiDug.
Court Street, eeeaUe Hotel Bicker.
Jlr to I'rofllablr Employ.
Tou cannot afford to crow eld.
In these days of strenuous comcctltlon
It Is necessary to maintain, as lortr as
postiDie ones youtniul appearance.
it is impossible to do this without r.
Mumng a luxurious growth or hair.
The presence of SandruS Indicates th
presence of a borrowing Kerra which
Jives and thrives on the roots at the
hair untn It causes total 'baldness.
Tfewbro's Ilerplciie Is the only known
destroyer of this pest, and It Is as effec
tive as It is delightful to use
Iierplclae makes an elegant hair dress
tag as well as Dandruff cure.
Accept no substitute there Is none.
Sold by leading- druggists. Bend 10c In
stamps for sample to The Herplclde Co.,
F. W. Schmidt, peclal agent.
O. K.. and spent sis days there, hut
only spent threo days at tho fair. But
could have spent that many weeks or
months nnd then not have seen It all.
It Is, Indeed, a great fair and worth
coming miles to see, and they are
still adding to It. Being worn out wo
left for Hannibal, where we visited
with my wife's foiKs for several days
and then we boarded the train for
Shelblna, where we arrived Monday,
We are now amid the scenes of our
childhood days and though it has only
been six years since I myself visited
here, I see a great many changes.
Many familiar faces and spots havo
changed or disappeared. We are In
the land of bacon and beans, aud are
getting plenty to eat.
Our friends are all well and seem
to be getting along fine and glad to
see us, and 1 am sure I am also glad
to see them. After visiting here in
definitely we will again visit In Colo
rado Springs then return home via
San Francisco and Portland and Sa
lem, when we will stop again and
visit a while. Travel on the roads on
account of the World's fair Is very
Our health Is good and we are en
Boiler sotting nnd Are placos
done In first-class mannor.
Address Box 4GG, Pendleton.
tho nverngo for tho whole of India
being 31.49, or Just doublo tho average
of Kngland nnd Wales. I
ly high, plaguo was the main cause.
In Bombay alono 353,000 deaths from
this sourco were recorded in 11)03, as
against 184,700 in 1902. Over tho
wholo country tho plague mortality
since 1899 shows a startling Increase;
1899, 139,000; 1900, 92,800; 1902, 583,
90; 1903, 851,400.
And plague inoculation proved a
fiasco. It was arranged to Inoculate
7,000,000 of people, but the laboratory
broke down; 19 persons died of lock
jaw after inoculation, and in tho end
only 500,000 were protected.
As to the moral progress of the
people the figures are definite. I
Though there are less than 150,000 po-1
II . nit . .. 1. .... .1 1 . 1111 .. 1
' Ti" ' ... , " T .''.?" " " ,' hoverago that Hhould bo
. IIIIIU DUUtlCU U tjUIIUlUI ULXltUDU, UIIU
the total prison population on Decern
ber 31, 1902, was only 93,700,
against 105,013 In 1900.
Enjoyed by All
Tho City Brewery bottled beer. Tho
home. It Is puro, wholcsomo, dollc-
as '"us and sparkling.
This beer Is raado of tho choicost
u a str ing ,aci umi in s o mm- ,lopg nn(, bar, b sllerIor browing
utlon In crime goes hand In hnnd , . , ' ., ','"
with a huge Increase in the revenues "rocc8s- All water Is sterallzed bo
for the consumption of alcoholic II- torn entering this beer,
quors. Last year tho excise revenuo flood beer la healthful and this boor
t I inn rrnr frf n rui rr,
Jcylne ourselves very much. Wo hone 1 i, un unnln t oon IH "way goou.
our friends around our faravnv hoinn'.v.,. a ...n vmnnAAAn
T.T T " IlbU'C VYUO Ullljr flU,UUU,WV:
ai V CJI UUU Will I UII1U1II BO UI1U1
CEREMONY AND 8EMTIMENT
both demand a ring, and aa the occa
Ion Is on Important one. get a rlnc of
our assortment of
contains every kind ksown to the
trade. Plain band rings of 14 karat
gold In all widths.
Solitaire diamond lines at all crlcea.
Size and quality govern the price.
Jeweler &4 Optician
through the kindness of Providence
we may meet you all again. Our best
regards to the Bast Oregonlan and all
our friends In Oregon.
P. a. M'BROOM,
Lentner, Shelby County, Mo,
TO MEASURE WATERS IN RIVERS
Government Surveyors Investigating
Water 8upply for Irrigation.
Progress in the measurement of Ir
rigation streams Is contained In the
last government report or Chief Hy
drographer P. H. Newell, which has
just been Issued and which tells of
results at the following points In tho
Columbia river drainage basin:
Umatilla r.ver at Gibbon, Ore.; Ya
kima river at Kiona, Wash.; Yakima
river at Union Gap. Wlash.: Naches
river near North Yakima, WaBh.; Tie
ton river near North Yakima. Wash.:
8pokane river at Spokane; Missoula
river at Missoula. Mont.: Bitter Iloot
river near Grantsdale, Mont.; Palouse
river near Hooner. Wash.: Weiser
river near Welser, Idaho; Boise river
near uoiae; Bruneau river near Grand
view, Idaho; Snake river at oMnt-
gomery Ferry, near Mlnadoka. Idaho:
Norm roTK or tmaKe river near Ora,
Idaho; Fall river near Marvsville.
Idaho, and miscellaneous measure
ments In the basin. Several dozen
otner streams In California, Nevada,
Utah, Arizona. Colorado, the Canadian
Northwest, North Dakota, Washington
and Idaho are covered. The report
is a lenginy one, with much valuable
Jubilee of Vermont "U,"
Burlington Vt.. July 6. Besldea hn.
Ing the day of the regular annual
commencement, this was centennial
day at the University of Vermont, and
me ceremonies were largely commem
oratlre of the foundlns of tha Instltu.
tlon and the work it baa accomplish-
uu tiurmg me hundreds years of lta
existence. The feature of the nro-
&iuuj wu me corporation dinner and
the speeches at the Van Ness bouse
this afternoon. The eminent vfnltnra
Included President Angell of the Unl-
versuy or Michigan. President Hon.
kins of Williams College, President
Raymond of Union College and Presi
dent Beelye of Smith College.
New spring shirts. The Boston.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
That Contain Mer.uiy
as mercury will surely destroy the sense
of smell and completely derange tbe whole
sjHtera when entering It through the mu
cous surfaces. Huch articles should never
be used except on prescriptions from re
putable physicians, as tbe damage they
will do Is ten (old to tuo good you can
possibly derive from them. Hall's Ca
tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J, Che
ney It Co., Toledo, Ohio, contains no mer
cury and Is taken Internally, actios dl.
rcctly upon tbe blood and mucous Surfaces
of tbe system. In buying Hall's Catarrh
Cure be snre to get tbe genuine. It Is
taven internally and is made In Toledo.
Ohio, by P. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials
Bold by druggists, price 70c per bottle.
isse nam iramny nils ror constlpa.
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. n. & N. Co. will, until
close of ' season, havo train No. 2,
leaving hero at 6:45 p. m., stop at
Norm Fork on Saturday evenings.
and train No, 1, due In Pendleton at
9 a. m stop at some place Monday
morning. This arrangement will bo
in effect Saturday. May 14.
B. O. SMITH, Agent.
Don't try to keep house without It.
Put up in Quarts, pints and half
pints and delivered freo In any quan
tity desired. 'Phono 2981.
$10.00 Panama bats, to close, 16.76.
What Shall We
Have for Dessert?
Thlfl question arises In tho family
every day. Let us answer It to-day. Try
i V uaa neauniui dessert. Pre
pared In two minutes. No boiling I no
.toU. dl1 bo"'"? water and set to
eooL Flavors: Lemon, Orange, Rasp,
berry and Strawberry, Get a pkekago
j wu iwm lo-uav. to cis
Walters' Flouring Mills
Capacity, 160 barrels a day.
Flour exchanged for wheat.
Flour. Mill Feed, nhnnnoil VaaA
etc., always os band.
Try tbe hot free lunch, at tbe Mer-
chants' Cafe, 12 to 1 at noon: 4 to
6 p. m, and at taldalgbt
We mako a Spocialty of Building
Round or Square
Also Header Beds all sizes and
kinds. Wo make them right and they
always giro satisfaction, Our work
Is never slighted or botched,
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FORSTER, Proprietor.
Comer Webb and Collage.
j The French i
j Restaurant I
Best 28 Cent Meal In the City
Private pining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Room
OUS UFONTAINE, Prtj. Z
(38 Mala Street