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DAILY EAST ORE GONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1904.
"The Kodak" season Is now
on and wo have tbo largest nnd
most comploto Jlne profession
al and nmatcur photographic
goods over shown In the city.
Don't forget to take a camera
or kodak with you on your vacation.
Brock & McComas
Cor. Main and Court Sts.
St. Helen's Hall
A QIItLS SCHOOL, OP THE HIGH
EST CLASS corps of teachers, loca
tion, building, equipment -the best.
Send for catalogue.
Opens September 15, 1904.
Hill Military Academy
A privato boarding
and day school. Man'
ual training, military
discipline, college pre
paration. Hoys of any
ago admitted nt: any
time. Pall term opens
September 14, 1904.
CUT THIS OUT.
And mall to Dr. J. W. Hill, Hill Mili
tary Academy, Portland, Or.
I have .... boys, whom I want to
send to a military school. Their ages
nro Pleaso send
juo prices and terms; also Illustrated
descriptive catalogue of your chool.
SLAIN BY ONE MAN.
A Scene More Exciting Than Any Bat
tle In the Annals of Modern History
Ten Thousand Witnesses to the
Terrible Work of One Sword.
32,250 will buy ono of the most con
venient 9-room houses In tne city.
Sower, bath, etc.; good cellar and
barn. 3 lots, corner; a bargain.
$4,000 Elegant now 9-room house,
just completed; sewer, bath, toilet;
2 lots; eastern exposure; corner.
42,500 Nice residence
and 6 lots;
Let me show you three quarter sec
tions of the best wheat land. All un
der cultivation; extensive Improve
ments, plenty of water. Con be
bought for a little less than its mar
Successor to E. D. Boyd.
Insurance, Real Estate, Loans
111 Court Street Pendleton
To give nn Idea of what a brave man
can do If he knows fencing thoroughly
nnd but keeps cool and collected In
danger we will relate n historical duel.
So extraordinary Is this combat that It
would be held n romance had It not
been witnessed by n whole army. The
hero is Jean Louis, ono of the great
masters of the beginning of Inst cen
tury, and the duel happened In Madrid
in 1813. He was the master-at-arms of
tbo Thirty-second regiment of French
infantry. The First regiment, com
posed entirely of Italians, formed part
of the Baine brigade.
Itcgtmcntnl esprit do corps and rival
ries of nationality caused constant
quarrels, when swords were often
whipped out or bullets exchanged.
After n small battle bad occurred In
the streets of Madrid, In which over
200 French and Italian soldiers bad
taken part, the olllccrs of the two regi
ments, in a council of war assembled,
decided to give such breaches of order
a great blow and to rc-establlab disci
pline. They decreed that the masters-at-anns
of the two regiments should
take iiq the quarrel and light It out.
Imagine n wbolo nrmy in battle nrmy
on one of the' large plains that sur
round Madrid. In the center n lnrgo
ring Is left open for the contestants.
This spot Is raised above the plain so
that not one of the spectators of this
tragic scene gayly dressed olllccrs,
soldiers In line, Spaniards, excited as
never n bull tight excited them will
miss one phase of the contest. It Ii
before 10,000 men that the honor of an
nrmy is about to be avenged In the
blood of thirty brave men.
The drum Is heard. Two men, naked
to the waist, step in the ring. The iirst
is tall nnd strong. His black eyes roll
disdainful!; upon the gaping crowd.
He Is Glncomo Ferrari, the celebrated
Italian. The second, tall, also hand
some and with muscles like stool, stands
modestly awaiting the word of com
mand. Ills name s Jean Louis. The
seconds take their places on either side
of their principals. A deathlike sllenco
Tbo two masters cross swords. Gla
como Ferrari lunges repeatedly at Jean
Louis, but In vain. His every thrust is
met by a parry. He makes up his mind
to bide his chance and caresses and
teases his opponent's blade. Jean Louis,
calm and watchful, lends himself to
the play, when, quicker than lightning,
the Italian Jumps aside with a loud
yell and makes a terrible lunge at .lean I
Louis, a Florentine trick, often suc
cessful. Hut with extraordinary rapid
ity Jean Louis bus parried nnd rlspots
quickly In the shoulder.
"It Is nothing," cries (ilucoiiio;
mere scratch." And they again fall on
guard. Almost directly lie is hit In the
breast. This time the sword of Jean
Louis, who Is now attacking, penetrates
deeply, (ilacomo's face becomes livid,
his sword drops from bis hand, and he
falls heavily on tho turf. Ho Is dead
Jean Louis is already In position. Ho
wipes his reeking blade; then, with the
point of IiIb sword on the ground, he
calmly awaits the next man.
The best fencer of tbo First regiment
has just been carried away n corpse,
but the day Is not yet over. Fourteen
adversaries are there, impatient
buildings boforo tlmo for tho county
Commissioner Eb.oll Is very much
Interested In tho matter and Is hnrd
at work In arranging for tho hnnglng
of premiums In tho agricultural and
stock exhibit departments. linker
THE FIRE CROWD.
As a Rule It Likes a Big Blaze and
"There Is one curious thing connect
ed with tiro," snld a thoughtful man,
"nnd that Is tho fact that while the
fireman Is always n hero In the public
estimate and while men nnd women
have nil kinds of admiration for these
brnvc fellows they yet want to sec
them get the worst of it in the fight
against the tlnnics. It Is nn Interesting
fact that tho average mnn und woman
arc not nt nil anxious to sec the ilrcmon
get tho lire under control. They would
much rather see the Haines spread un
til tho affair developed Into nn Im
mense cnnllngmtloti. Mind you, the
trait Is not at all vicious. There Is no
malice In It. It Is simply the love of
excitement and adventure, things that
are so deep rooted In human nntur
that we may not rnntrol them at will,
Resides, we want to develop our he
roes to the limit. We want our lire
men to light a pood light against Ion
odds and under great dltllcultles. We
cannot quarrel with this feeling in the
human makeup. After all, It Is what
one may call the poetry of human im
ture, nnd without It this old system of
ours would be dull and prosaic indeed.
Of course, you will alwnys llnd a few
persons around a lire who arc directly
concerned In the light the llrcmcn are
making. They want to see tho llnmes
put out. In the case of some of the
spectators It means bread and meat,
It means the loss of n position or may
be the loss of home. Hut 1 was speak
ing of the vast majority of men nnd
women who gather to witness a lire,
The lire Is the thing with them. They
want to see a big blnzc and hear the
crash of the walls and 'all that sort of
thing. Did you over take the trouble
to analyze a lire crowd? In the llrst
place an alarm of lire will draw a
crowd quicker than anything In the
world. Whenever the bells begin to
clang and the engines go rushing down
the street you will see men, women and
children rushing this wny and that in
order to see as much as may be seen
of the lire and lire lighters. The hour
of day or night does not make so much
uilTcrence. The crowd will get there
In some way nnd for some reason,
though tho great majority of the per
sons have no sort of Interest other than
Idle curiosity. Once on band, they
want to see a good tire, and that's why
I say they want to see the tlames get
the best of tho tlrcmen. They will go
away and talk alwut what a game light
tho Are laddies made. Human nature
Is a curious thing, Is It not?" New Or
THE JUNGLE BEAUTY
PLUCKS HER WARDROBE
FROM TREE8 AND VINES.
Lace Bark Is the Favorite Ball Dress
Fabric of the Seml-Clvlllzed Belle
of the West Indies Living Jewels
That Outshine the Diamond.
-"NOW 8UMMER BLINK8 ON
ml the Joys of carrlago riding are at
Utoir best, provided you have the
Tight vehicle. You will If you make
your selection at Neagle's. We have Ten new adversaries followed him, and
carriages to suit every fancy, from tbo ten fell before Jenn Louis amid tho
jnaetons to miCKUoarus, and
one mado right in stylo and
measure swords with the conqueror,
burning to avenge tbo master they had
Jean Louis hardly bad two minutes'
rest. He Is ready. A new adversary
stands before him. A sinister click of
swords Is beard, a lunge, n parry, u rls
post nnd then a cry, n sigh, nnd all is
over. A second body is before Jean
A third adversary advances. They
want Jean Louis to rest. "I am not
tired," he nnswers, with a smile.
Tho signal Is given. The Italian Is'ns
tall as tho ono who lies there a corpse
covered by n military cloak. He has
closely watched Jean Louis' play and
thinks lie has guessed tho secret of his
victories. He multiplies his feints and
tricks; then, all nt once, bounding like n
tiger on his prey, be gives bis opponent
a terrlblo thrust in tho lower line. Hut
Jean Louis' sword has parried and Is
now deep within his opponent's breast
What need wo to relato any more?
every i excited yells and roars of nn nrmv.
finish, At tho request of tho Thirty-second
guaranteed to give tho easiest riding regiment's colonel, who thought tho les
son sufficient, Jenn Louis after much
pressing consented to stop the combat.
nnd he shook bands with the two sur
vivors, applauded by 10.000 men,
Prom that day fights ceased between
French nnd Italian soldiers,
This wonderful and gigantic combat
might be held n fnblo wero not all the
facta above stated still found In the
Archives of tho ministry of war. Lip
and most durability.
Wo have the celebrated Winona
wagons, backs and buggies. Mado for
this climate. Call and see them
Wo eot your tires while you wait,
on tbo hydauilc machine. No uruls
ing or burning .of wheels. Adds to
life of wheels. Try It and be pleased
Big Brick Shop.
I havo moved my shop to tho second
door cast of tho Sa lnga Dank, no
pairing of all kinds done In a work
manlike manner at rcaoonnbl rates.
Ab I have been in business hero 17
years, I need not speak of the qual
ity of my work for It speaks for iUelf.
My stock of shoes was somewhat
damaged by water and tho insurance
company told mo to sell them for
what I could got, so I will sell them
for less than wholcsalo price.
v CUIUS RANLBY.
Fair Will Be a Go.
General satisfaction was oxnressed
throughout tho city yesterday when
tbo news became noised about that
tho city council had taken stena to
assist In tho rapid acquisition by tho
uaiqr county speed and Fair Asso
ciation of suitable grounds within tho
city limits for tho speed track and ex
There Is llttlo doubt but what all
arrangements will bo completed In
duo tlmo and a first-class half-mllo
track built with grandstand and other
Never Occurred to Him.
"I don't know why It Is," snld Mr.
Glossup ns he came downstairs red
eyed and sleepy and greeted bis guest,
"out I never can get used to the strlk
Ing of that clock in our room.
ii hub Hiicn a touu, insistent "Dang
when It strikes tho hours that It wakes
mo up nearly every time. We've had It
In tho house two or three yenrs, but 1
can't become accustomed to It. We
would have put It In the attic long ago,
only it's n present from my wife's
mother, nnd that would never do. Good
clock, too, aside from that, but It wor
rles me nearly to death. I wish I know
what to do with it." '
"Why don't you wind merely tbo
timekeeping part of It," said his guest,
"and let the striking part go un
"Johnson, you have saved my life!"
exclaimed Mr. (llossup joyfully. "I
never thought of that."
She Took Them at Their Word.
Kcuka lake Is one of the most attract
tlve of the great chain of lakes In the
Interior of New York state. Muff point
nt Its henil Is a bold promontory which
rises grandly nnd impressively. It was
upon tho bunks of this Iufcethnt tbo
famous "Jemima Wilkinson" founded
a colony nearly three generations ago
nnd announced that she could walk up.
on tbo water of the lake. A large crowd
gathered to see her undertake the ex
periment. Turning to her followers,
she asked, "Huve you all faith that I
can walk upon the water V" "We have!
We have!" her followers replied. "Then
there Is no use In my undertaking to do
so," she replied, "if ye havo faith ye
snail be saved without my walking up.
on tne water." Syracuse Telegram.
An Apt Quotation.
The readiness of rennrteo nf Timnm
u. Heed was never better lllimirni
than on one occasion when ho went to
visit n menu who ved nt the inn nt n
iuiik mm narrow uight of stairs. Half
way up Keen missed his footing nnd
fell to the bottom. His friend, hear-
iuk we rncKei, rushed to the ilnnr mwi
shouted down the semldnrkness of tho
nan, "Who is that?"
'Tls Elser rolling rnnldlv.t' ilmwlwl
tho man from Malno ns he nicked him.
It Will Be to Vaur In,.-..,
If you contomnlatn vloltlno. h at
- 1 nwwusw IWIIUUiU
information as to mil rn.1i) dninjIftA T.
.unooi mica uiiu mo nost routes. Also
us to mcai conditions In 8L Louis:
hotels, otc, jQtc.
If yOU Will WrltO thn lindnroln,,,!
stating what Information you desire,
tho samo will bo promptly furnlahod.
If wo do not havo It on hand will an.
euro it for you If nosslblo. nnri with.
uuu uiiy .oiponso to you. Address
u. ii. Tnrmnm.T.
Commercial Agent, 142 Third streot,
Down In tho troplcnl Jungles of Cen
tral America and the West Indies the
head of the fnmlly Is not worried by
milliners' nnd dressmakers' bills. The
femli vlllr.ed belle of these lands knows
how to got nearly tho whole of her cos
tume from the Jungle. She manufac
tures It herself from the materials she
gather from nature. Though she may
lie able In rare cases to get from the
one shop ten or fifteen miles nway a
few yards of cloth with which to mnkc
her dress, nny trimming she may wish
to put upon it must be searched for in
Lace bark Is her fnvorlte nmtcrlnl for
making anything light nnd dainty.
This laec bark Is tho film which covers
the henrt of tho lace bark tree. The
natives carefully remove It and soak
It In running water for three or four
days In order to got off tho gum and
unnecessary liber. After that It Is
bleaOhrd on the sands by the river and
sprinkled now and then to whiten It,
When It has become n creamy white
It is pressed with a hot iron or a heat
ed stone und is ready for use. It has
tine Iney appearance and runs Intc
mure artistic patterns thnn any ninnu
fnctured article. When made Into
dress It Is wonderfully beautiful.
Tho Jungle girl uses It sparingly on
her ordinary clothes, but for her ball
dress tlouncc after llouncc is used
give n Huffy look to the skirts. She
knows that it becomes her as uothinc
Her Jewelry consists of beautifully
colored seeds strung together In th
form of necklaces, bracelets and tiaras,
In addition to these, on the night o
tho ball she catches the brilliant lire
Hies which swarm In the jungle and
artistically arranges tbeni In her dusk,
locks. The Jungle girl would not ex
chnnge her "peenle wallahs," as she
calls the fireflies, for the diamonds of
tho northern belle.
The Jungle girl's hats are a marvel
to behold. She weaves them herself
from the Jlppl Jappa grass, and can got
any shape or style she fancies. She
trims them with the netty liber of the
eoconnut palm and the gorgeous wings
of the mountain pnrrakeet, which
shot nnd brought home by her father
and brother. Even her parasol and
umbrelln are supplied by kindly nature,
When the sun Is too hot or the rnln
too heavy a big plalntaln or bannnn
leaf does as well as anything bought In
the largest stores of an American city,
A Creole belle Is ns fond of perfume
ns the daintiest American woman and
Is just us particular that It shall be of
the best kind. Sho goes to much more
trouble to procure It, but then she
knowB that it Is always pure and fresh
She first picks her fresh flowers, and
then, by some process hnnded down
from one generation to another, she dls
The secret method is often known to
only n few families, and they would not
give It nway for nny sum of money,
The lucky holders of the secret are of
course envied by nil who know them
Although others mny receive presents
of the much valued scent from those In
the secret, they cannot mnke It them
selves nnd therefore cannot afford to be
as lavish with It as they wish.
The tropical girl's soap Is procured
on the way to the bath. As she walks
down to the river to bathe she stops
here and there to gather soap berries
and cuts a pleco of stick called "chow
Btlck," which she uses as a toothbrush
She chews the end of It until It be
comes quite soft nnd froth gathers nt
the end. She then rubs her teeth well
with It. This Is the best toothbrush on
earth, ns It not only prevents the teeti
from decaying, but keeps them Iwautl
fully white nnd clean. People In other
countries, knowing the value of this
chewstlck above nil others as a deutl
frlee, have It powdered and exported to
In many parts of South America (lit
natives cannot buy cloth to make their
clothes, so they have to spin It them
selves out of eoconnut liber, river
weeds and bamboo fiber. The elntli
woven from the bamboo liber Is verj
soft and silky.
Unlike the West Indians, the South
American belle wears shoes of a kind
These are made of a coarse woven inn
terlnl llko sailcloth, which Is attached
to soles of rawhide. They are the most
comfortable shoes Imaginable ami are
used by tho soldiers of South America
when on tho march. They are called
"alpngattas," and Americans who have
traveled In South America Invariably
bring them home to their wives and
dnughtcrs for bath slippers. Those
who are lucky enough to have a pair
would not exchange them for any oth
er slippers, however costly. No other
footgear equals the "alpagatta" for
comfort nnd -durability.- Washington
irouiuiti:, mi iwcnm una S. B. S i. . Ointo.
skin diseases Nettle Rash. Bi' ""Wi, tViIJ.
While not alwnvo . . 1
expression. Wit i,1 "m ""sen,.
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men nniifi nA -k. . ucu nr.;
ivnidp l-iti.l ,,.nt, th - i""'pies, rash,..!
I'oison uaK aim tvy, and .,: ;,.' tu
n Dznfli ant . ; j wif
such other i
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usuauy remain quiet aurtntr -oumed with i,tr.
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inc. liciunir nnu Htincinp-. '"uoine. tei rr-? r,i
A course of S. S. S. now will lomo owmo rih-'i Vt
mmrv ntifi mirinn rim innn t? . . . ".a. vDfL-
I J "uiruin Hf
rciniorcc aim tone up ti1(. m.
carry on tne bodily mn.m.i
channels. The skin , .i. ""."W
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arc-'HU CO., AT.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured.
IJy local applications as they can not reach
tua diseased portions of the ear. Them
w only one war to cure deafness, sod that
Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is
mucous lining or
and slipper sale at
an inflame-l condition of the
tie at the Huatiirhliin tnlu.
When this tube is In fin mwi vnn )mv.
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
nucu ii m entirety ciosea, ueamess is the
result, and unless the Inflammation can bo
taken out anil thin tnbn rMinmi n it.
normal condition, bearing wll be destroyed
by Catarrh, which Is nnilmi- hnt ... in
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will slve Ono Hundred Italian, f.
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)
that can not be cured by Hall1! Catarrh
Cure. Head for circulars free.
a J- CHUNEY. & CO Toledo, O,
Hold by all druggsts, 78c.
iisiri nsmiiy mis. are the best.
V Welcome for Scholen. u
' I Dlli Jl, Will Hti . li
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welcomo awaits Louis Scholes on his to men win a..J7
nrrtvnl from Ilonley, whero ho won to his native cltv
tho famous prize, tho Dinmond Sculls, .
in record breaking tlmo. and from !,. Baur..iti. .
finest scullers In Rncrlniiil. Tnmiu ti. .L . . '
I'llklngton, prcBldont of tho National , season lieenn ,L..J
Iinwini: Association, nnd n Inrirn nnrtv nnrfn. .
. , , i-viivimumij oi -raunv.
o' sporting men wont, uown tlio hav i fr ed Wnirnnr .,..77
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the pain and
OI the fillfifnnrr nnH riinrror i
mi picusanr. anticipations ol the coming event, and caiU
snuGovv ot gioom wnicli cannot be shaken off. Thn,,.,.
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time ot tiicir most critienl trinl Mnt l J u..L..i
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carry women lately through the peril, of child-birth, bi
gently prepares the system for the coming event, prevent! '
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size oi tne storo, mo numuor or cicms cminueu ui
stock carried has nothing to do with the money sarins
Kivun. iih iiiu quality OI lUW kijuub uuu mo r
each article that counts.
. . i j.t in lA nny
ino comnuisory saio muuns u kikuv uci
clothing. It meaus the best suits at lower prices than ever
od In Pendloton.
This Rhlnmont nf elothinc sent US through an error
. . . m ii Msbai it im
tlvo that wn ent nlrt nf It. nt onco. In order 10 oibjuot
. i-.- wvn iniinrmes
nmmiinnr mm fnic if fa nafpRunrv rn cive Kicai ,m-
mako tho prices so low and iho values so big that peP!
bo compollod to buy bocnuse the bnrgalns are lrresisuoie.
OUR OFFERS ARE
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A ml nnmilft mlin hnua VflllAH inun KIIIIIU lev e
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nnu most convincing money-saving jhii-wd - , j
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month. Clnthlnir and furnish ng goods, lis up i i
vantage of this sale. mt ,
Tho manufacturers of tho clothing woo made tne e
us to get rid of the goods and charge the loss to ei
TXAUI4 1. ll 1. t k . In nnd OflR LI11Q U0-
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clothing and sonarato trousors. The price i -
you, but on that score wo aro posltlvo to please you-
THE REMOVAL SALE
Prlcos on furnishing goods are more wonderfully K
over. Wo nro doing It. Come in and sue.
KAHKI SUITS $1.00
Greatest bargain In Pendleton's raerchand',,1'1,g!;it.
pants, bc:t grade, regular army make, for only
and let tho goods and prices talk to you.
.-v. u,ia store n -
Compulsory and removal sale, me
Ing all bargain records.