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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1904.
PAQE THREE.
July j
Clearance Sale I
REMNANTS.
At just one-half the regular valuo.
SHOE BARGAINS.
" -. 1 - nl.i.nl.n. I . A .
M a(ie3 shoos or uiiuiun, uoaiuutu in i.sa pair
mm ladles shoes or Oxfords, clearance price $1.65 pair
!C0 ladles shoes or Oxfords, clearance price $1.35 pair
60 ladles shoes or Oxfordr, cloarlng price $1.15 pair
hon
WORK
NATIONAL COMMITTEE
MAN PRAISES
.ANE.
Alexander Dept. Store
THE OIVERS OF BEST VALUES
Pure Water from Pure Ice
FOIt ONLY SIX CENTS PEH GALLON.
The beautiful crystal ice Is mado from distilled water. When
eeltcd again the water Is pure as tho ico. You cannot afford to
drink the impurities and contagion that makes a part of the river
later, Take- our product and YOU HAVE BOTH
ICE AND WATER.
Pendleton
cp. arm Lorn Stnrflae Ln
Telephone Main 1781.
J "-ITS
Says the Undeveloped Area laying
Around That City Equals' Any Along
the Colorado River Spokane Could
support a Population of Half a Mil
Hon If the Big Bend Project Is Car
ried Out.
"Spokane could expect to grow rap
idly to a city of 500,000 population, it
uie Dig Bond irrigation project now
under examination by the government
should he put through."
That is the carefully expressed opin
ion of C. B. Boothe. chairman of tho
board of directors of the National ir
rigation association, to the Spokesman-Review.
Mr Boothe, who Is al
so executive chairman of tho twelfth
annual Irrigation congress, to be held
In El Pnso, Texas, November 15, lfi,
17 and 18, addressed n special meeting
of the Spokane chamber of commerce
yesterday afternoon. Accompanied
by his wire and daughter, he is on
his way to his Los Angeles home.
After a trip on the "Seeing Spokane"
car. the ladles were entertained by
aire. D. T. Hnm and Mrs. A. S. Crow
der, while Mr. Boothe addressed the
chamber of commerce.
"One year ago today," said the
speaker, "the executive committee of
the National Irrigation Association de
elded that the Irrigation idea ought
to be pressed throughout the East. In
Southern California throe years ago,
when the Southern flallfnml
of the association was organized, wo
started with 250 members, and. with
an executive committee of 17. I was
made chnlrman of the executive com
mittee, and it was decided that we
would open head(piartrs In New York
to agitate the irrigation Idea.
i was asked one day at lunch
BIG LEAD MERGER.
Two
End of Comoetltlon Between
Great Companies.
Now York, July 21. It is said on
good authority that tho plan for the
merger of the National Lead Compa
ny and tho United Lead Company will
be favorably acted upon at today's
meeting of the1 directors of the Na
tional Lead Company and that tho
deal will bo consummated at an early
date. Reports have been current at
different times during the last two
years that tho rival lead interests
would get together. Negotiations
have at times been hold looking to
such a result. Each time, however,
they came to naught, and tho rivalry
became more bitter. It seems that It
was this rivalry which was directly
responsible for bringing the two In
terests together.
It Is bellved that In tho proposed
merger tho National Lead Company
will take over only tho manufactur
ing plants or Its rival, and that tho
mining Interests owned by the Gug-genheim-Uynn
combine which also
controls tho Unjted Lead Company
will bo otherwise disposed of. It this
plan Is carried out tho 'mining prop
erties of tho United ijeaA Company
will probably bo turned over' to tho
NEWS OF ATHENA
DEATH OF MRS. KING
CAUSED BY CANCER.
She Leaves Seven Living Children
Marriage of Milton Younk Folks
Small Boy Broke His Leg Sev
eral Who Were III Are Convalesc
ing visiting In Webfoot.
THE WHOLESOME
CRESCENT
Athena, July 20. Mrs. B. F. King,
known ns "Grandma" King, jmascd
away Sunday, July 17. She has boon
suffering for several months with n
cancer. She lenves a hiiBband and
.eight children and many other rela
tives and friends. Flvo of her chil
dren were at her bedside at her death
two sons and threo .daughters. Her
children wcro nil present nt her fun
eral oxcopt one son and ono daugh
ter, who live so far away that It was
Impossible for them to get here. Tho
funeral was conducted nt the M. 12.
church at 1 o'clock yesterday after-
American Smelting and Refining Com-' noon. Hov. Armfiold oillciatlng. The
pany, which Is nlso controlled by tho
Guggenheim-Ryan people.
CATHOLIC SOCIETIES.
Largest Gathering of Laymen in the
United States.
Detroit, Mich., July 21. The largest
gathering of Catholic laymen ever
held In tho united States will assem
ble in Detroit next week on the oc
casion of the annual convention of tho
American Federation of Catholic So
cities. Tho federation movement
bns made steady progress since Its
Inception three years ago and tho
coming convention will bo ntt.endcd by
thousands of delegates and visitors
coming from every section or tho
country.
The gathering will bo formally
opened Tuesday morning with pon
tlflcal high mass at St. Mary's church,
nishmi Fnlnv will ndlclato and the vis-
what it would cost to maintain such ltlnc archbishops will assist. There
HARVES ERS' SUPPLLIE8, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
UNIVERSAL STEEL RANGES, GENUINE CHRISOLITE GRAN
ITEWARE. A FULL LINE OF PLUMBING TOOLS AT THE
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643 MAIN STREET.
WE FURNISH ESTIMATES ON PLUMBING AND SOLICIT
wr work.
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J. E. Russell & Co., Props.
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INSURANCE.
Fire, Life and Accident.
JOE ELL
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
ware Store.
Headquarters for one venr. nmi r.
plied that it could be done for sr.no
a month. I was next asked if I would
take charge of the headminrtprs on
a salary, and replied that I had never
drawn a dollar salary and did not
care to begin it then, but that If the
association would ralso Uie money, I
would give one year of my time to the
worlc.
"That occurred at 1:30 In the after-
noon, and ut 3 o'clock tho same after
noon the president of the crocers' k.
soeiatlou called me up by telephone
and asked me to pack my trunk and
start for New York. He said tho nec
essary money had been guaranteed
to keep the office running for one
year, in the work I have done the
past year I have worked just as hard
for irrigation in Washington, Idaho,
MoAtana and Or.egon ns In California.
When I went to New York we had
350 members there of tho national as
sociation. They had been obtained
among the business men of tho city by
esiern customers Inviting them to
id the movement, and of course their
Interest in the work was merely nom-
inal. My work has been to visit these
members and arouse their practical
Interest and co-operation, and In this
way wo were able to interest the
New lork delegation in irrigation
measures in congress, That work
was made possible by the liberality
and .enterprise of the business men of
Los Angeles.
"I have been surprised," continued
Mr. Boothe, "since looking over the
map and noting Spokane's location,
at the close parallel between your
situation and that of Los Angeles.
borne time ago, In connection with
tho project to reclaim 1,000,000 acres
of arid lands along tho Colorado river,
l asiEeu air. Huntington, who has in
vosted about $10,000,000 in electric
lines In and around Los Angeles, and
who was contemplating the invest
nient of another $10,000,000, If he had
considered the Influence that would
be exerted on Los Angeles by this
great work. He replied that he had;
that ho had not Invested his $10,000,-
000 blindly? and that as a result of
his studies and calculations he was
convinced that this 1,000,000 acres
could not bo put under cultivation
without building I.os Angeles up to
a city of 600,000 population
"In tho country of which Spokane
Is tho center you have more than a
million acres of arid land that is Just
as good and susceptible of reclamation
and high cultivation as that along tho
Colorado."
will bo two nubile meetings held dur
ing the week, and among Uie speakers
will bo Rev. Thomas J
New York, on "Socialism
Paul Carpenter of Milwaukee on "The
Church and Society," and Condo Pal
Ion of New York, on "Christian Edu
cation."
Weak Hearts
are caused by Indigestion. If you eat
a little too much, or If you aro sub
ject to attacks of Indigestion, the
stomach expands swells, and puffs
un against tne neari. xnis crowas
the heart and shortens tho breath.
Rapid heart beats and heart disease
Is the final result. Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure digests what you cat, takes tho
strain off the heart, cures Indigestion,
dyspepsia, sour stomach and contrib
utes nourishment, strength and health
to every organ of the body. Sold by
Tallman & Cc.
remains were Interred In tho Kecso
cemetery. "Grandma" King has lived
n noble Christian life for over tit)
years.
Air. and Mrs. Otis Beck hnvo re
turned from their homestead -In Frnnk-ll-i
county, Wash. They will remain
homo until nftcr harvest.
The ."l-yenr-old son of Louis llergovln
fell nnd broke bis leg. Dr, Sharp was
called and tho llttlo fellow Is improv
ing rapidly.
Mrs. Mark Johns and son, Mclvin,
will leavo this week for Seaside,
whero they will spend the summer
for tho llttlo boy's henlth.
William Cnmpbell relumed to
Sprnguo, Wash., nftor n short ' visit
...1.1. ..1 A , IT....!. ... ..I I ..
(Willi liuriill'l, .)!!.. UUIIK
or tins city.
"Grandma" Fountain is improving
nfter a severo illness, nt the homo of
her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mnnsfleld.
Hnnk Cnpllngcr returned Inst week
from Salem, whero bo was called to
to tho bedside of his aged mother,
who was dangerously 111, but Is now
pnti vn InaAnnt
. Campbell of Hnrry Rosenzwelg Is homo from
Ism;" Judge wnlln Walla.
Thomas Ogle Is Improving from his
Illness.
Tho family of J. M. Oglo of Butter
creek, left for a two weeks' visit to
thcWlllamctto valley Monday.
George-McQueen.
Ernest McQueen and Miss Gertrude
George were united In wedlock Sun
day, July 17, nt Milton. Tho young
people nro both residents of Milton.
ftotiMl
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Phospstiie
BAKING POWDER
BETTER THAN THE OLD-TIME
CREAM OF TARTAR, I'OWDERS.
Have It In
Your Home
The Clfy Brewery Bottled Beer.
It's tho most delicious nnd purest
beer hindo. It Is superior to Ml
other bevcrngos. It Is wholosorao nnd
satisfying during this hot -weather.
Tho City Brewery Bottled Boor !
always good. H Is not spoiled by
ehnnglug of tompernturo. You'll on-
Joy this boor nnd will bo bcnoDtcd by
drinking it.
Put up In quarts, pints and holt
pints. Deliver to your homo free In
any quantity desired. 'Phone 2981.
NEW S. P. STOCK ISSUE.
NIP IT IN THE BUD.
Flrat Apprnrnnoo of Dandruff a lrore-
rnnuer of Futnrr IluldnNM.
That euch Is the case has been con
clusively proven by eclintMo research.
Prof. Unna, tho noted European sktn
specialist, declares that dandruff Is tho
burrowed-up cuticle of tho scalp, caused
by parasites destroying the vitality In
the hair bulb. The hair becomes lifeless,
and, in time, falls out. This can be prevented.
Newbro's Hemlclde kills this dandruff
germ, and restores the hair to Us natural
softness and abundancy.
Ilerplclde Is now ured by thousands of
peoplo all satisfied that It Is the most
wonderful hair preparation on the mar
ket to-day.
Sold bv leadlnr drurelsts. Bend 10c. In
stamps for sample to Tho Ilerplclde Co.,
Detroit. Mich.
F. W. Schmidt, special agent.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN
From my ploc.e at Juniper on June
27, two mares; one a sorrel mare,
weight about 1200 pounds, 5 years old,
branded CH on left shoulder; she has
crooked front feet.
Tho other Is a 5-year-old bay mare,
weighing 1100, branded R over a bar
on loft hip and T within a circlo on
right shoulder.
I will pay $10 for Information lead
ing to the recovery of both horses, or
$5 for either of them. Address,
A. LARSON,
Juniper, Oregon.
Proceeds Will Be Used to Refund,
and for Betterments.
Now York, July 21. The Issue of
$100,000,000 of 7 per cent stock pro
posed by the directors of tho Southern
Pacific will bo authorized by the
stockholders nt theelr special meet
ing today. Of this amount only $40,
000,000 of the stock Is to be Issued at
the present time.
The proceeds will bo used to refund
a large amount of obligations matur
ing during tho next few years and will
also enable the company to make large
expenditures for betterments and ad
ditions to existing lines, as well as for
now equipment, now steamships and
tho completion of tho piers at Gal
veston and other largo improvements
already under way.
The pill that will, will fill tho bill,
Without a grlpo.
To cleanse tho liver, without a quiver,
Take ono at night.
DoWitt's Little Early Risers aro small,
easy to take, easy and gentle In effect,
yet they are so certain In results that
no ono who uses them 1b disappointed.
For quick relief from billousnoss, sick
headache, torpid liver, Jaundlco, diz
ziness and all troubles arising from
an inactivo, sluggish liver, Early Ris
ers aro unaqualod. Sold by Tallman
& Co.
New Railway In Indian Territory.
Guthrlo, Okla., July 21. Tho Kan
sas City, Tulsa & Southwestern Rail
road Company has been Incorporated
here with n capital of $2,000,000. Tho
company will build a lino beginning
at a point on tho St. Louis, Iron Moun
tain & Southern In Cherokeo Nation,
I. T., passing through the Cherokeo,
Creek, Seminole and Choctaw na
tions, Indian Territory; Patawotomio,
Cloveland, Lincoln, Oklahoma and Co
manche countios, in Oklahoma, and
Clay and Wichita counties in Texas
to Wichita Falls, Texas, a distance of
250 miles.
"Trlb" Beats Anything I Ever Heard
of.
Falls City, Nob., April 17, 1004.
About you "TRIB" I want to say It
beats anything I over hoard of as u
euro for tho liquor and tobneco hab
Its as well as to glvo strongth to ono's
nerves. I took "TRIB" about a year
ago and will always spoak n good
word for your treatment wherever I
can. I havo seen enough of "TRIB
to know that If n man wants a euro
of liquor and tobacco ho can get It
with "TRIU." Respectfully,
S. B. BEAN.
For sale by Tallman & Co.
What makes the world go
round in business ; almost the
most serious work of man is
business; and business aver
ages rather crooked. There is
no straip-hter thine in the
world than Schilling's Best ; at
your grocer's.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed bids will bo received at the
offlco -of C. E. Troutraan, architect,
unni ouiuruay, juiy 23, 1904. at 12
o'clock p. nj., for the excavating and
brick and stono foundations for three
school houses to bo built In P.endle
ton. A certified check for 5 per cent
of the amount of tho bid must ac
company each bid, to be forfeited in
case contractor falls to enter into
bonds to complete his work. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. The plans nnd snoclfl.
cations can bo seen at C. VS. Trout-
man's ooice.
JOHN HAILBY, JR., Clerk.
Houtehold Goods for Sale.
I will offer for sale my entire
household goods, including new piano,
organ, steel range, two bedroom uulU,
extension tablo, etc. Carl Gulott, 612
Clay 8troet.
.
Oxford
Toutsch'a,
and slipper sale at
If you are Interested In Oil
Painting, see us. Our line is
complete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' SAM.ZS
BLENDERS
SKY BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a special! v nf
framing PICTURES. Newest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
O.iera IToune WocU,
College
Place
Health
Food
Wafers, fruit crackers, cream
sticks, nut butter and salted
peanuts.
Despam & Clark
GLASSES THAT DO NOT FIT
aro much wors.o than none at all. Go
to nn
OPTICIAN
when tho eyes nro weak. Thon the
glasses will bo absolutely correct.
No chargo Is mado hero for tostlng
the sight nnd very llttlo for supply
ing SPECTACLES OR EYEGLASSES
for reading or general purposes.
Wo carry a full lino of gold specta
cle sand eyeglasses, Prices are mod
erate. GLENN WINSLOW
Jeweler and Optician
Postofflce Block.
WATER
TANKS
We make a Specialty of Building
Round or Square
WATER TANKS
Also Header Bods all sizes and
kinds. Wo make them right and they
always glvo satisfaction. Our work,
Is never slighted or botched,
Pendleton Planing Mill
and Lumber Yard
ROBERT FOR8TER, Proprietor.
Corner Webb and College.
!
Building!
i Material!
OF ALL DESCRIPTION
SASH, DOORS
and WINDOWS
Made to order, Building pa- X
per, lime, cement, brick and
sand wood gutters for barn T
and dwellings a specialty,
Oregon
Lumber Yard t
Alta Street, Opp, Court House. T
a.