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DAILY EA8T OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1904.
"The Kodak" season Is now
on and wo havo the largest and
most complete line profession
al and amateur photographic
goods ever shown in the city.
Don't forget to take a camera
or kodak with you on your rra-cation.
A Glimpse at the Life of the Genus Hobo
Brock & McComas
Cor. Main and Court Sts.
Mr. Dusty Honda and Ills friend,
Sir. Sawwood Nit, nro In town today
on route to Chicago or "Chi," as they
In conversation with au East Oro
ponlan representative this morning,
they told something of the incidents
of their trips throughout the West.
"We are working back to good old
"Chi," said .Mr. Dusty Roads. "Wo
came In on last night's passenger,
and we aro awaiting the departure of
an eastbound freight or passenger.
"Unpleasant traveling this hot weath
er?" "Oh, I don't know. The dust and
cinders are the most unpleasant part
of It. Last night In- shifting my po
sition I got my coat caught between
the brake and the wheel and came
very near being pulled under the car.
You can sec how It burnt my coat
before I was able to release It. Then,
too, I got a cinder In my eye and tho
facilities for removing cinders on the
rods are rather poor.
My friend and I put In two weokB
In the fishing camp on the Columbia
river at $1.50 n day. What Is my oc
me a pair of loggers' shoes, and found it was ho. He was pretty badly
told mo to go to work. I started out smashed up. I waited until daylight
otf tho logs and the one I was on and then flagged a passing team and
rollod over and I got a bath I hod a had him taken to the TJnintllla House
notion to Jump my Job right there, but nt The Dalles.
I didn't. "His leg, several ribs nnd his hand
"The man that hired me said: 'Did were broken. Ho had J60 and I had
you ever do a lick of this work be- ?li5, so we Btayca more until ne was
fore?' 1 told him that I hadn't done patched up. Those accldonts will
much beside boom work nor any boom happen occasionally,
work, either, for that matter. Ho "A follow I know back In "Chi,'
had seven dollars Invested In mo so made a touch from a rich guy for a
he couldn't afford to Are me. Well, couple of hundred. Ho colobrated tho
sir, I stayed with that Job for two event by getting drunk and then tried
months and then I hit the troll again, to catch a through freight out. Ho
"I like Oregon fairly woll with the fell between tho cars, nnd when Uiey
oxcoptlon of Ecno. I was riding the found him ho was Bcattorcd along tho
"blind" with a friend. A littlo ways track for half a mile.
Well, I am 22 years old,
St. Helen's Hall
A GIRLS SCHOOL OF THE HIGH
EST CLASS corps of teachers, loca
tion, building, equipment the best.
Send for catalogue.
Opens September 15, 1904.
and since I was 15 I have beon trav
eling. I have been all over the Unit
ed States and some parts of It a great
"My partner and I stick together,
and when one gets a Job wo both lay
by till we can move on. Work? Yes,
there Is lots of It During the last
year or two I have hashed, worked in
a logging camp, worked on tho rail
Hill Military Academy
from Echo the fireman got up on the
coal In the tender, and say, but he
was an artist at throwing cool. He
has missed his vocation and should
bo n pitcher In a professional ball
team. His curves kept me dodging
till he got tho range so good that I
Jumped. I must havo rolled In that
sand and sagebrush for 50 feet before
I lodged In a sagebrush. I looked up
nnd saw a dark spot In the air which
"North Dakotn Is something fierce.
A rathor sporty young fellow got In a
box car with a bunch of us to beat his
way East. Ho had brought out a
wad of money, had find his lltng, got
tired of the liUBks, nnd knew the
fatted calf was on the bill of fare
back home. He had a shiner In his
bosom of his white shirt and some
pretty swell cuff buttons. When he
woke up his- diamond had been cut
was 'Tanks.' my friend. I believe I out, his cuff buttons were gone, nnd
never saw a man turn end over end
so many times. Well, that prejudiced
us both against Echo.
"A few weeks ngo I was on the
rods and we were going about 40 miles
an hour On the car Just In front of ,
me a 'bo' was riding nnd pretty soon ,
his shoes taken. That kind o' queer
ed the llfo of a tourist for that young
sport. Professional sneak thieves and
hnld-up men bent their wny back and
forth In Dakota to rob the harvest
"Come here to this freight car nnd
I will show you how we do it. You
he liegnn yelling, 'Holp! Save me
Stop the train!' His clothes were on ' catch the hand-hold here on the side,
road. In the hay fields, fishing camps, I fire, nnd he was the animated center i draw your feet up and throw them in-
butcher shops, In Armour's packing of a blnze like a torchlight procession, i ward and the suction and tho speed of
. When the train stopped nnd he crawl-
l. .. . ., I ...Ill . 1 lint., ..
I mu nam iu uiunu jwu iifein uu
rods. If you want to rldo In a box
car you spring tho door from the run
wny on the side opposite the lock.
pry It open, crnwl In and you are good
for a 1000-mile trip.
"Talk about long runs under a pas
house, nnd a great mauy othor Jobs
How can I get a Job when I know cd out one side of his coat and vest
nothing about It? Ob, that Is as easy ' was burned out and he had a blister
as taking a freight at 20 miles an ns big as your hand on his side. Last
hour. j year my partner, a kid, was riding
"Of course, we don't take any Job . with me on top of tho Pullman. We
except to rellove a temonrnrv flnan- usm 'I: take a belt along and strap
PORTLAND, OREGON i clal disability. A while ago I had ou'telves to the steam pipe on top of Hcnger train, I rode from Dtinsmulr
A private boarding tightened my belt till I got protty the car. but we had gotten careless to Portland, over 400 miles, without
and day school. Man- hungry and resolved to do something and were both asleep. It was dark,
ual training, military desperate go to work. I struck a and when I woke up I spoke to him
and he was gone.
"I dropped off and started down the
track. About three or four miles
from where I missed him I heard
someone groaning. I went to him and
discipline, college pre-. saw mill for a Job. The man asked
paratton. Boys of any me If I was a good boom man. I didn't
age admitted at any know what that was, but I told him
time. Fall term opens , I hadn't done much except boom work
for the past five years, so he bought
September 14, 1904.
CUT THIS OUT.
And mail 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
are - Please send
me prices and terms; also illustrated
descriptive catalogue of your chool.
missing a connection, riding on tho
same coach all of tho way. Well, I
am getting dry, I think I will go up
town So long, friend. If you ever
want to hit the trail and need any
pointers I will be glad to put you
$250 will buy one of the most con'
vcnlent 9-room houses In tne city.
Sewer, bath, etc.; good cellar and
barn. 3 lots, corner; a bargain.
$4,000 Elegant new 9-room house,
Just completed; sewer, bath, toilet;
2 lots; eastern exposure; corner.
HOPES FDR II BOY
STORK WILL VISIT CZAR
Family Now at Peterhof Where the
National Event Is Dally Expected
If a Son Is Born He Will Become
Emperor of Russia If a Girl, Some
Nephew or Other Male Relative
Will Occupy the Throne Girls Are
Barred in Russia.
Paul, of the year 1797, Is that or
regular descent, by right of prlmo
genlture. with preference of male
heirs. Under this inexorable rule
none of the czar's four children will
ever occupy his throne, for they are
all daughters. Tho eldest daughter
of the czar Is Olga, born November
15, 1895. His second child was Tatl
ana, born June 11, 1897; his third was
Marie, born June 26, 1899, and the
fourth was Anastasia, born June IS,
(2,500 Nice resldonce
and C lota;
Let me show you three quarter sec
tions of the best wheat land. All un
der cultivation; extensive Improve
ments, plenty of water. Can be
bought for a little less than Its mar
111 Court 8treet
E. D. Boyd.
One powerful reason for wishing a
son born to the czar is to have n
peaceful succession. If Nicholas II ,
should die before a son Is born to him, '
his successor would bo his brother, I
the Grand Duke Michael, born in 187S.
i But Michael Is regarded us an Invn-
o r, . v. t , o .,, r, , ;" and 11 Is feared that If Nicholas
St. Petersburg, July 23.-A11 Russia passea away wltnout nn hclr tne
is anxiously awaiting news from he ' pIre ma. bo ront oy atrlfe betwcen hls
. ,i ,.: rir i.u four unces ror the throne.
lal, B ,l ln, ft? D0Xt W dayS; Since tho outbreak of hostilities
People outside of this country cannot wtlh Japan tne rlvalrie8 of tno reac.l
comprehend the eagerness of the Bus-1 tIonary element and Its opponents
s ans for an heir to the throne. The nave ke t thlngs ln a conatant tur
birth of another child to the czar and moll. TnIa Bltuatlon alm03t inlolora
czarina will have a deep political slg- ble a8 u ,8 t0 the ' wIat8 onl ,
n flconce that cannot fall to have a because he has no male heir. The reV
direct bearing upon Russia's future I &ctioaaTy party m nls are ablo
policy. If a son Is born, h.o will in to flaunt his misfortune In his face, '
course of time become Emneror of . , i .ii , ... .u'
Russia, and will be reared under the ovont of hlB death tho crown w, paaa
t0 nla Drotj,er jnchael, who is directly
thus Practically insuring a contlnua-, under tne nflUenco of tho dowager
tlon of the policy of Nicholas II. .empress. She Is a woman in the
If the expected hclr proves to be ' prime of life, born to command, and
a daughter the position of Nicholas one of the most bitter oppononts of
II., which Is already weakened by the the liberal Ideas of her son, tho pres
course of events in Manchuria, will ent czar.
be rendered precarious. While the ' Consequently all the hopes of Non
government of Russia Is an absolute olas center in the .event about to tako
hereditary monarchy, and while tho I placo at the Peterhof, which he prays
will of tho czar Is law, yet he cannot 1 fervently will add a son to his house
transfer his throne to his daughter, hold and give to Russia a direct heir
i There aro cortaln rules of government to the throne. Should a son bo born
I which the sovereigns of the present tho dowager empress' power would be
I reigning house have acknowledged to reduced to nothing ln a moment. The .
De uinuing. une or tnese is tho law i czar will then be a czar In fact as in
of succession to tho throne, which, 1 name, and the ministers who now ,
according to a decree of tho Emperor openly defy him, opposo his will, and
- 1 rofuso to execute his policy, will be
brought to his feet. Tho birth of an
other daughter, however, will bring
ach that which It
Is unable to do for
Itself, even If but
supplies the natural
lulces of digestion and
does the work of the 1
stomach, relaxlntr the
nervous tension, while
the Inflamed muscles
and membranes of that
organ are allowed to 1
rest and heal. It cures
palpitation of the heart.
nervous dyspepsia and
all stomach troubles by
cleansintr, purlfylne and
strengthening the glands, I
membranes of the stom
ach and digestive organs.
In the sky comes
the star of health
to the weak and
Kodol Dyspepsia Ora
Tior Desler Cn Sapjl Tea.
Bcttki cnh $1.00 Slxe holdlnt 2K timet
the trlil Hit, which sells or 80c
frnnrtd y E. C. DtWlTT C CO.. COlCAOO.
Sold by Tallman & Co.
Locksley Hall, beautifully located
In a gnve of pinei within 300 feet of
old ocean. Is an Ideal place to spend
Locksley Hall, under the proprietor
ship of Mrs. L. A. Carlisle, has under
gone a complete renovation this
spring, and In addition to the numer
ous rooms that were already a por
tion of the house, soven new onos
have been added and nlcoly finished
and furnished. Hot and cold water.
have been added throughout tho
him only the keenest disappointment; LET us SUPPLY YOU WITH
nnd mt!c his altuatfon so unbearable
I that his abdication of the throno
would be uu surprise
Tallman & Co.
ask tho readers of this paper who aro
suffering with indigestion to got a
bottle of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. If
you know the value of this remedy
as we know It, you would not suffer!
anothor day. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure!
is a morougn aigestant and tlssuo
bullding tonic ns well. It Is endorsed
personally by hundreds of people
whom it has cured of Indigestion,
dyspepsia, palpitation of tho heart and
stomach troubles generally. Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat.
It Is pleasant, palatable and strengthening.
"NOW SUMMER BLINKS ON
and the Joys of carriage riding are at
their best, provided you have the
right vehicle. You will It you make
your selection at Neagle's. We have
carriages to suit every fancy, from
phaetons to buckboards, and every
one made right In style and finish,
guaranteed to give the easiest riding
and most durability.
We have the celebrated Winona !
mnnnn tinrtl'o nrwl V-li rrrrloo fm1n fnw '
this climate. Call nnd see them. compter, system oi sower-, oacngenesr. at racoma.
w nnr vnnr tirpa whlin von wait. 1 age has been put In. A steward has. Tacoma. Wash. .T.iW "o
on the hydaulle machine. No bruls-1 been engaged for tho season who will i has capitulated to an army of oingora '
ing or burning of wheels. Adda to havo charge of tho dining room and who aro hero to tako part In tho third I
life of wheels. Try It and be pleased, i Kltchon, nnd guests will havo ovory saongerfest of tho North Pacific
NEAGLES BROS. attention possible. A clam bako for : Saongerbund. The visitors num. !
r,i n.i.i. ok.. the guests of Locksley Hall has been ' nearlv nnn thnnnnmi nn.i i
u,y uiii.il gnuu. i , M . . . ... m .. i i.uiiu tiuill m
- !. 'arranged for each Saturday nlghL A : Portland. Soattio vintnrio b i- 1
s un.uvnnii win uu imu uuiiiia tuu j Cisco, utympia, opoknno Everett
entlro summer, Although tho house i Walla Walla and numerous other
la open tho entlro year, on tho first points. An cxccllont program of con
day of Juno a formal opening is had certs and recitals has beon arranged
with music and dancing on th.o front , nnd with tho valuable prlzos offered
voranda. A pleasant placo Is Locks- the festival promises to be ln ovory
loy Hall, nnd guests will doubtless , way a notable success,
spend a happy vacation at this hotel. I
Carriages meet nil trains.
Special rates to families.
Address, for further information,
Dimension lumber of all de
scriptions. Sash, Doors, Blinds,
Moulding, Building and Tar
BRING YOUR BILL TO US
AND GET OUR FIGURES.
Opposlto W. & S. R. Depot
I have moved my shop to the second
door east of tho Sa ings Bank. Re
pairing of all kinds dono In a work-1
manlike manner at reasonabl rates. '
As I have beon In business horo 17
years, I need not speak of the qual
ity of my work for It speaks for Hsolf.
My stock of shoes was somewhat
damaged by wator and tho Insurance
company told mo to sell thorn for
what I could get, so I will sell them
lor less than wholesalo price.
Mrs. I,. A. Carlisle, managor.
Notable Speakers on List.
Sterling, 111., July 2. Sterling's
first Chautauqua assembly oponed
auspiciously today at Mineral Springs
park and will continue until tho end
of the month. Mrs. John A. Logan
and othor persona of note aro Includ
ed among tho speakers.
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this in Ind when you
need poultry and stock supplies
and ask for the International
Poultry nnd Stock Food. Use
Kow Kura for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Colesworthy
127-129 East Alta 8L
Agent for Lee's Lice Killer.
a i uiv m
' Has been tho trado at our littlo store, peoni. 1
slzn nf tho store, tho numhnr nr nioi,. , reUie
w... no vuipioyed or th
stock carried has nothing to do with 61
- s"" uo me low nH
each article that counts. pncts 1
Tho compulsory sale moans a crpnt it..i .. !
u uvm io ift. ij
clothing. It moans the best suits at lower nrlw, tv 1
This shipment of clothlnc snnt
part of tho factory boforo we are ready for it mai,Tl
... k in oracr to dispose nf
shipment like this It is necessary to clvo r,.
make tho prices so low and tho values so big that I
ut -"u.iii.u i uu; uui-uudv iuv uargainB arc irresistible,
OUR OFFERS ARE
And peoplo who have called have found the greatest
and most convincing money-saving prices ever offered In
0 j,., . UUi uruciB oy the end
monm. uiommg anu iurnisuing goods. Its up to you to t
vantage oi tills snie.
TliQ mnniifn nhiroro nt tin. .1 1 t V. I .. . 1 . , ..
us to get rid of the goods and charge the loss to them.
Don't hesltntc, but como in and see this magnificent
doming nna soparato trousers. The price Is the main
you, but on that scoro we are positive to please you.
THE REMOVAL SALE
Prices on furnishing goods are more wonderfully low!
ever. We nre doing It. Come ln nnd see.
KAHKI SUITS $1.00
Greatest bargain ln Pendleton's merchandizing. C
pants, bc-.t grade, regular army make, for only $1 suit,
and lot the goods and prices talk to you.
Compulsory and removal sale. The little store that Is 1
Ing all bargain records.
Where to Stop at North Beach
The Breakers Hotel Is conducted to attract tho best pa'"
and is a summer hotel that !s unsurpassed on the Pacific
north of tho famous California beh resorts.
The building has an ocean front uf 100 feet, Is 76 feet wWl
four stories high, or 73 foot from the ground floor to the top
It has handsomely furnished moms, single or en suite,
gueats, each room bolng carpeted.
Tho house is lighted by oluctricity with electric lights and!
trie call bells in every room, and these lights make it one oj
most brilliant beacons on tho ontlre coast.
The entire lowor floor Is thrown open to tho public, and,
beautifully carpeted, the spacl us reception room and large,!
halls always form favorite gathering places for guests, ioe n
and pool room Is also quite popular for merry gatherings.
r.,,mmni!imis narlor furO
delightful music at all times, ami musicals are pleasant
during tho entire season.
Tho rtrnfiknra hns n rncular nrchititra which furnishes
for informal danc.es and balls, and the large dining room, wkj
smooth, hard floor, makes an Ideal hall for regular dancing P;
An ahundnneo o ffrosh and salL water fish, clams, oysters,
uim ukiiui nvu iuuu la wnn;D wu uhi . ,
m I1L- l.nltfir nml rrnnm r-nmna frnm llir OWn herd Of Jersey
nud poultry nnd eggs are supplied from the hotel farm adJ
There aro hot and cold, fresh and salt water baths In the h
with nrlvato baths and toilets.
Tho waves of tho ocean at high tldo roll within 200 feet ofl
hotel, and tho beach in front is superb for surf bathing.
On the grounds aro bowling alleys, golf links, tennis urt8
. ' .i. ..i u a. fleet oil
croquet sots; on tno lawo, just uacK oi mu nuw k
and row boats, nnd on Shonlwator bay, Just east of the WKes,
i u . .i r iui.mir.n nfonlrkers or otners
prefer tho warm, atlll-water bathing to tho tumbling of the
All trains stop nt tho railroad station In the hotel grouxj .
nn mnlln, I ..In l.nlol niniilliiiini nr UrillklllC In SOnd i& DeC 1
slnco the hotol ground is a perfect velvety lawn, where tn 6
aro practically loaded at tho hotol door. J
rm. t , .. , rironkfirs Station, a regi
tlckot offlco, whore all trains stop, it is one and a half m
of Long Bench Station. , 1
. .. j tironkers. ""I
In purchasing tickets aoo that moy ruuu
and havo baggago checked through to that point.
Tologrnph and telephone connections in tho hotel.
Address all correspondence as follows;
Long Beach, Wash.