East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 13, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON. WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1904.
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half the regular valuo.
SHOE BARGAINS.
ladles shoes or Oxfords, clearance price $1.95 pair
m ladtcs' shoes or Oxfords, clearance prlco $1.65 pair
.00 ladles shoes or Oxfords, clearance prlco $1.35 pair
l60 lal'cs s"oos or 0xfor,lr' cIo"rl"G l'rIco $1.15 pair
Alexander Dept. Store
THE GIVBRS OF BEST VALUES
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EXHIBIT
I Pure See from Pure Water.
BY
Pendleton
Ice and Cold Storage Co.
Telephone Main 1781
We first make dry steam the steam is condensed to water
the water Is frozen Into pure crystal Ice.
No Impurity from the river or air can possibly remain. The
Ice, as It slowly molts, In your refrigerator gives you
Pure Water from Pure Ice
HARVESTERS' SUPPLLIES, BUILDERS HARDWARE,
UNIVERSAL STEEL RANGES, GENUINE CHRISOLITE GRAN
ITEWARE. A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING TOOLS AT THE
Goodman-Thompson Hardware Co.
643 MAIN STREET.
WE FURNISH
YOUR WORK.
ESTIMATES ON PLUMBING AND 80LICIT
PABST
I Milwaukee Beer
OREGON WILL BE ADVERTISED
AT NATIONAL MEETING.
Local Granges Are Urged to Collect
Statistics and Exhibits for Meeting
of National Order in Portland Next
November Three Local Granges In
Umatilla County and Committees
Will Be Appointed to Have Charge
of Exhibits and Advertising Matter.
The OivKn State Orange has Is
sued the following circular lotter to
local granges throughout Oregon and
Washington, with reference to col
lecting statistics and exhibits for the
coming meeting of the National
Orange, which will ho hold In Port
land next November.
As there are three local granges In
Umatilla county, the East Orogoulnu
takes pleasure in placing the circular
before the public n hopes that Uma
tilla county may be well represented:
To the Members of the Orange in Or
egon and Washington:
The National Orange will meet In
Portland. Ore., in November, 1901,
and it is desired that we show to our
wsuors a complete exhibit of the re
sources of the Northwest In the shape
of grasses grains, lruits, vegetables,
minerals, foiestry and fisheries.
in order to make this matter a suc
cess, it will be necessary for every
member to do his or her utmost.
We suggest that ench subordinate
grange appoint a committee of three
to lake hold of the work. Exhibits
must be grouped by counties, and
each sample marked with the name
and address of the producer. Sam
ples of grasses and grains, when cut.
should be tied in small bunches, and
hung wl.h heads down in the shade,
to preserve the color.
It is necessary, and -we urge that
the committees get to work at once,
as samples of grasses and berries are
now ready and must be gathered. It
will be necessary to put up in Jars
all perishable fruits, such as Bartlett
pears, plums, peaches, cherries ami
berries.
In the woman's department, we
suggest, that they confine their ex
hibit to work In the culinary line.
Premiums will lie given on all lines
of exhibits.
And now. patrons: The honor of the
granges In Oregon and Washington Is
at stake In this matter, and we urge
that each member get to work and
not wait for committees. Let tis
make a success of this exhibition of
our resources, and show our visitors
from the East Just what Oregon and
Washington can do.
A. F. MILLER,
Sellwood Station, Portland, Or., chair
man. WM. GKISENTHWAITE.
It. F. D. No, 3, Oregon City, Ore.,
secretary.
W. K. NEWALL, Dllley, Ore.
W. T. JACKSON,
Box 408, Vancouver, Wash.
J. B. KEAGLEY,
Pullman, Wash.,
Committee.
NO ROOM.
Oldwed "Do you and your wife quarrel?"
Nowwod "No. wo live In a lint and there is no room for argument '
i El 25c per pound.
I Kl ccrs.
I
f?J0ng
owderA
expand
Jttosfiftafe
. ax cents
The latest application of
scientific research applied to
food.
Of all gro-
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
SUPREME LODGE WILL
MEET IN LOUISVILLE.
trade with Europe has doubled, nml
our sales In that continent now ex
ceed $1,000,000,00(1 a year. Of nil the
world's divisions our trade with South
America drags the most.
Still South America grows In popu
lation. In the manifold wants of Its
people, and in the volume and valuo
of i;s products. Of these products
we are fairly liberal pnrchnsura We
buy about one-fourth of all the ex
ports In the last 30 yonrs we have
purchased from South America $1,
7iin.ooo.000 more than we have sold
to it by direct exportation.
There are numerous explanations
and 'reasons for our failure to secure
more of this trado. There will tlrst
he argued the lack of shipping facili
ties. Canada has established a line
i.i Smiil, Afrliui mid it would seem
that the United States could find suf-1 Louisville, Ky.. July III. Louisville
ficlent business for a line to the east , is completing elaborate arrangements
Expected to Be In Session at Least
Ten Days Ninety Bands Have
Promised to Attend and Compete
for Prizes Twenty Thousand Mem
bcra of the Uniformed Rank Will
March In the Parade on Second Day
Lodge Convenes August 15.
OL.
SOUTH AMERICAN TRADE.
ON DRAUGHT?AT
THE STATE SALOON
J. E. Russell & Co., Props,
BUY YOUR WOOD FROM
R. B. CUMMINS
The Wood Shipper of Kamela, Oregon.
fniiTllere ,a a reason for IL You save the dealers' profits and get
"H neasuromnnt
Best sound rod flr and tamarack.
15.0O
rw cord on board cars at Spring Spur.
"uaresB R. n. cummins n,
Report of U. S. Vice-consul at Hand
.ley
According to the report of United
States Vice-Consul Handley, at Trlnl
dad, one of the most notable features
of our trade with South America is
Its comparative fixity.
During the last 30 years there has
be.en an Increase of only 5 per cent
in our trade there, and the sales ot
18S0 were about the same as those of
1902. Compared with the trade of
1873, our 1902 trade with tho world
outside of South America has more
than doubled. To the 40.000.000 iieo
pie In South America our yearly
sales amount to less than $40,000
000. To Mexico, with her 13,500,000
people, we sell a little more than to
all South America. We sold the Ca
nadians last year n little less than
$24 per capita, and to tho Cubans,
without any reciprocity, about $15
por capita.
The total Imports of all the South
American countries approximate
$350,000,000. Our share Is a fraction
more than 10 per cent of their busl
n.ess. We buy from tnem tureo times
as much as wo sell to them. We pay
them about $120,000,000 a year for
their products, and they use the dlf.
foreuce of $80,000,000 ,n purchasing
from our" foreign competitors tho
goods with which we ought to balance
our accounts with th.em, In other
words, we supply them with funds
which enable them to buy from other
people things which wo grow and
manufacture. From 1873 to 1902 our
trado with Asia roso from $19,000,000
to $04,000,000; with Oceania, from $4,
077,000 to $31,350,000: with Africa It
increased from $3,500,000 to $33,600,-
000. and with our neighbors on the
North American continent It has
grown from $82,000,000 to $204,000,
000. During those 30 years our vast
A WOMAN TO BE PRETTY
Must Iluve I.uxurlunt anil Glor Heir,
No Mutter Wliut Color.
The finest contour of a female face, the
sweetest emlle of a female mouth, loses
something if the head Is crowned with
scant hair. Scant and falling hair, it is
now known, Is caused by a parasite that
burrows Into tho scalp to the root of tho
hair, where It saps the vitality. The lit
tle whlto scutes the germ throws up In
burrowing are called dandruff. To euro
dandruff permanently, then, and to stop
falling hair, Mint germ must bo killed,
Newbro's Uerpiclde, nn entirely new re
sult of the chemical laboratory, dostroyrj
tho dandruff germ, and, of course, stops
the falling hnlr. and prevents baldness.
Sold by loading druggists. Send lOo. In
stamps for sample to The Herplelde Co.,
Detroit Mich.
F, W Schmidt, special agent.
coast of South America, a noser
study of the people nml their wnnts
Is most Important. Tho (Jermnn.
French and, in fact, nearly all the
European houses make It n point to
thoroughly study the wants of the
people In the country to which they
assign their agents. They do not .en
deavor to force on tho South Ameri
cans nn nrtlclo which they desire to
dispose or simply because they manu
facture it nnd it can ho sold at a
large profit. On th.e contrary, these
European houses often send their
agents to the South American repub
lics to make a thorough study of
what they use mostly, no mutter If It
Is an article locally made nnd has
rever been seen outBlde of that par
ticular country.
The lack of sufficient knowledge of
foreign languages is another disad
vantage to our trado. Tho Oermnn.
French or Italian ngent in South
America generally speaks nt least
three languages, whoro ob the Amer
ican seems content with his own lan
guage and a "smattering" of one
other.
Lack of American banking facilities
forms another argument. Our trado
with South Atnericn undoubtedly suf
fers for lack of American hanks and
large trudlng concerns. The two go
together, for banking fncllltlcs aro In
dispensable to foreign trnd.e. An
English or a German hank seeking
foreign business can establish foreign
branches wherever It sees fit.
An American national bank not be
ing allow.ed to havo a branch any
where, our national banking system
Is unable to extend tho facilities re
quired by international commerce.
The English and German trade in
South America ,has tho advantage of
being sustained by banks whoso
branches cover tho field. Credit nt
any point, where the bank has a
branch Is available at any other point.
Practically our American commerce
depends upon English and German
banking facilities.
Night Was Her Terror.
"I would cough nearly all night
long," writes Mrs. Charles Applcguto
of Alexandria, Ind., "and could hardly
get any sleep. I had consumption so
had that If I walked a block I would
cough frightfully and spit blood, but,
when all othor medicines failed, thrco
$1.00 bottles of Dr. King's Now l)ls-
covery wholly cured mo and I gained
D8 pounds." It's absolutely guaran
toed to cure coughs, colds, la grlppo,
Droncnttts nnd all throat and lung
troubles. Prlco 50c and $1.00. Trial
bottles free at Tallman & Co.'s drug
store.
for the reception and entertainment
of the thousands of visitors who will
he hero next month lor the meeting
of tho supremo lodge of the Knights
of Pythias. The meeting will open
August 15, nnd will last at least 111
days. As a rulo tho uniformed rank
plays an Important part In these con
ventions. This year an effort Is on
foot to make the 'demonstration ex
cel that of any previous session.
Cash prizes and banners will ho of
fered to the companies leading In
number of men In lino nml In (11k
tnnco traveled to attend. The music
committee will offer prizes to the
bands, and there will bo competitions
for drum corps nlso. Santa Ana Com
pany of Cnllfornln, will bring Its
bnnd of 35 pieces to try conclusions
with the crack bands from other
tho
,SSES THAT DC) NOT FIT
lire much worse than .none at all. Go
to an
I OPTICIAN
when the eves nre wenk. Then tho
glasses will be absolutely correct.
No charge Is tnndo here for' testing
the sight and very little for supply
ing SPECTACLES Oil EYEGLASSES
for reading or general purposes,
We carry a full 1 1 no of gold specta
cle Huud eyeglasses. Prices are mod-
" GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Poatoffice Block.
Have It In
Your Home
The City Brewery Bottled Beer.
It's the most delicious nnd purest
beer made. It is superior to all
other beverages, it Is wholcsoino and
sntlsfylng during this hot woathor.
Tho City Brewery Bottled Iloor la
nlwnys good. It Is not Bpollod by
chnnglng of temperature. You'll on-
parts of tho country. So far
music committee has received nd
vlccs that 90 hands will bo in the city
during the convention wcok.
Itoports received at tho headquar
ters of the enenmpment committees
Indicate that nt least 20,000 members
ot the uniformed rank will partici
pate In the parado, which will be
held the second day of the gathering.
This demonstration will bo In charge
of Major Gencrnl James It, Carnahan
of Ft. Wayno. Ind. ,
Supreme Chancellor Tracy H. Bungs Joy this beer and will bo benolltod by;
of North. Dakota, will preside over drinking It.
.n',toIClXrrtnI!n,B- QM " , SUprOtnO J ,,t , , Dm, ha,f
lodge. Charles E. Shlvoly of Indiana, 1 , , ' ,, ' ' , .
tho present vice-chancellor of tho or-, "ln,B- nullvor t0 y,lr homo fro ia
der, will bo elected to succeed Su- n,,y Quantity deslrod. 'Phono 2981.
premo Chancellor Bangs. For tho of-!
flee of supremo vice-chancellor there
nrn n nilmlinr it n M.lf.lnl na n.ul '
" ... w, vutiuiimiva twin mi,
contest for tho honor promises to bo
spirited. Tho aspirants Includo Judgo
Charles S. Barnes of Illinois, Georgo
Al. Hanson of Maine, Judge Hlchard
osn of Virginia, H, P. Brown of Texas,
Judgo Church of California, and Dr.
D, S, Woodworth of Massachusetts.
The End of War.
The soldier is going down and tho
economist is going up. There Is no
doubt of It. Humanity has progressed
beyond tho stage In which War can
any longer ho regarded as a possible
ouri or Appeal. Even military serv
Ico has lost much of Its fascination.
At one tlmo war appealed to tho Im
agination of man, and th,e poets and
painters found no theme so tomntlne
as depicting the heroism of the Indi
vidual warrior, whoso courage and
might often turned tne tldo of hattlo
nnd decided the d.estlny of nations.
All that has long gone by the board.
War has become more and moro a
matter of mechanical arrangement.
Modern battles will ho decided, so far
as they can be decided at all, by men
lying In Improvised ditches which
they havo scooped out to protect
themselves from the flro of a dlstatr
and invislhlo enemy. All tho nomn
and circumstance of glorJouB war dis
appeared wh.en smokeless powder
was Invented. As a profession mil
itarism Is becoming less and less at
tractive. There Is neither booty to
bo gained, nor promotion, with an
over-increasing certainty of a dlsa-
grcoablo death, should war take place.
m. uiocn.
COMING EVENT8,
August 22-27 American Minim.
Congress, Portland.
National Irrigation Association. T51
Paso, Texas, November 16-18.
i
A heart full of hate la a. nonr field
for hope.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured,
Ily local applications n they can not reach
the diseased portions of tlio car. There
H only one way to cure drarncsH, and that
Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
rnuBtd by uu lnUnmiW rendition of tho
mucous llnlug of tho Ilnatachlan tiibo.
When tills tut),, l llitlnmiul vn lintn n
rambling sound or Imperfect hearing, nnd
when It Is entirely closed, dcnfncsH Is the
result, and unluus tho Intlnminntlon run be
taken out and this tube restored to Its
normal condition, lieu r Inn wll be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which Is nothtig but an In
Unmod condition of the mucous Hurfncrx.
uu win give une iiunciron Dollars for
WATER
TANKS
any case or nearness (rnuaed by cntnrrli)
thot can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
juiv, nciiu xcir circulars ireo.
v. J. ciiknuy en 'ci.i it
Hold by nil druggsts, 7Be, ' '
Hall's Family nils are tho beat.
JUNEAU FLOURISHING.
Treadwell Mining Company Making
Extensive Improvements,
The citizens of Juneau. Alnska. aro
greatly elated over tho latest move on
tho part of tho Treadwoll Gold Mining
Company, which operates tho lurgost
gold rrtlno In Alaskn, says tho Senttle
Stur. Tho company Is now extending
their operations .from Troudwell
across tho channel to tho Silver Bow
huslu, which lies hack of Juneau.
rha company Is now onenlng nn u
now mine In tlia basin, after which
a 600-stamp mill will ho put In. This
moons mat hundreds of add it onal
mon will havo to ho employed, which
will he a great benefit to tb
juneuu.
Wo make a Specialty of Building
Hound or Squaro
WATER TANKS
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Also Iloader Bods all sizes and
kinds. Wo nmko them right nnd thoy
alwnys glvo satisfaction. Our work
Is nevor slighted or botched,
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FOR8TER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
Attention Sheepmen.
Jtange to lease and can locate
sonio good range and water. Address
uox 44. I, a Urande, Or.
Mo Dessert
More Attractive
Why use gel.ilino ami
spend hours soaking,
wectciilnj,', iliivoriug
and coloring whou
m.raex'Mmmw
roduei 1)iti.r retuIU in two minutes?
Ivcrvthiuif in the rjickiiUL'. Himnlv lint.
water mid si t to cool. It's perfection. Aaur.
prise to ih housewife. No trouble, loss ex
pense, 'fry a t. .-I,,y. In Four Fruit Flu.
vorsi JViihui, Oruugn, Strawberry, Hasp
bcrry, Atonic--. lOo.
The French I
Restaurant I
Best 25 Cent Meal in the City
Private Dining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Rooms
Connection.
(JUS LaFONTAING, Prop.
633 Main StreoL
Fire,
INSURANCE.
Life and Accident,
JOE ELL
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
ware Store,
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