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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1904.
The Eagles Carnival
BUT OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE IS STILL ON, AND
WE ARE GIVING THE BEST BARGAINS IN SHOES, OXFORDS
AND SLIPPERS, IN THE CITY.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
MEN'S RESORT CLOSED.
TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS
' has after a few years Is a white face
nlti..tt vttinllFv nr Dlnmlnn
Mr. Johnson has been on the coast I win tiropen in ocpicmucr wun run
CO years, and constantly In the cattle) Equipment, In Monterastelll Build-
business lor a( years, tio siaies iuui
t . . .!.. .1 i. -1 . . .. I .. . I. I
1 pnnni wiih iirivfMi iiinmizn (lining l.iu ' . . . . . . - ...
7 .i v. . iT Ai.i fnohiAnnri , uoors ror tnc noaioa season, nnu win
i Ions horned Texas stock wffwi' 'on new "Brtor" nbo"t tho flre'
Ka "heToXca Uonh.!feo:s V middle of September. The belong-
The Increase In the number of Short- f L" ,5f?3
- . m,ii r,l(o,m fmm "-" " luiuiiur ruom
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The lion's RcBort has closed Its
RAISED FOR MITCHELL. , lmU time until tho present.
, of the Despaln building. Tho r.csolu-
i 1 I'Z 1 "r';. ..,. r I tlon to change quarters was fastened
1 ca le now Tanged h! U? tlor 10 vears th
n- which will ready for the market with-1 "cl" m,mf "vc " 10 "Ji""!
i.. ,,, ., , t inniinn,i h f premises, an arrangement
FORMER PASTOR CAN
NOT ACCEPT A CALL.
Episcopal Church of This City Offer
ed the Pulpit of Rev. W. E. Potwine
Now of Honolulu at an Advanced
Salary, But His First Impression J many personal kindnesses In the past
That the Field Needs Another Man
Still Prevails Wishes His Former
who will be able, as I am not. to
weld Its various elements together in
to a compact and harmonious body, a
spiritual temple, such as the Master
plainly expects His confessed disci
pies to become.
In view of this conviction on my
part I am compelled to decline your
call, earnestly praying that God will
guide you to an early choice of one
who will be able to lead you on .to the
perfect fulfillment of His high pur
poses In you.
with grateful remembrance of your
Charge Well, But Finally Declines
and of this latest evidence of love. I
Faithfully your brother In Christ.
W. E. PirfWINE.
To R. J Slater, senior warden.
Below ft printed in full the letter
Irom Rev. W. E. Potwine declining
the Invitation of the Pendleton ves
try to return to the rectorship of tho
Church of the Redeemer. This dee
linntion by Mr. Potwine comes as a
great surprise to many members of
the Pendleton church, who thought
he would probably accept the offer
recently made by the vestry, which
incorpoated a tender of an increased
salary. .Mr Potwine writes as fol
Honolulu, Territory Hawaii,
July 11. 1904.
To the Vestry of the Church of the
Redemer, Pendleton, Oregon:
Dear Brethren: The recent cation
of your meeting, extending to me a
call to the rectorship of the Church
-of the Redeemer, was communicated
to me by your warden, and has been
given careful consideration. I -need
"hardly say that such an expression of
-confidence and .esteem as the call im
plies, has been received with grateful
appreciation, and I am deeply thank'
Jul to Gad for it.
But cordial and unanimous as the
call is, and generous as is the prom
Jsed support, I am constrained to
think, as I thought six months ago.
that the parish needs another and
different sort of a man as its head;
If we knew anything better
F. & S. TOILET CREAM,
for healing chaps, cracks and
roughness, and keeping the skin
smooth, soft and fair, we would
have It. Those v. no try It say
our Toilet Cream is the best
proposition they ever used and
we believe th,ey are right.
Keep F.&. S. Toilet Cream
on hand and use it, and your
face and hands will be free
from summer skin discomfort.
Daintily perfumed, pleasant to
use. heals quickly, and costs
25c Per Bottle.
Tallman 2b Co.
MORE SHEER SALES.
Connolly Will Take 3000 Lambs
His Own Raising East.
Joe Connolly sold 750 yearling
sheep to Frye-Bruhn. and Lee Butler
600 head of 2-year-olds to the same
Arm. Both lots leave Mcnchani by
the same train, and go directly
east. About the middle of August
Mr. Connolly expects to take 3000
head of lambs of his own raising east
whether to Chicago or to Omaha,
depends upon the market conditions
at that time.
Mrs. Mclntyre Holds Her Land.
In the case brought' by Joseph Guy
ett against Mrs. Mclntyre, to recover
160 acres of Reservation land, Guy
ett claims the land as his individual
holdings because at the time of the
allotment, Mrs. Iclntyre was his wife
and had an interest as Buch in the
allotments of the tamlly. The United
States courts hold, however, that the
land which Guy.ett would hold Is .Mrs
Mclntyre's individual property, her
rights not being affected by the fact
that she has been divorced from Guy
ett and married to another man.
Mayor W. F. Matlock and H. F. Joh
son Circulate Petition foe. Flood In a month, but he is inclined to the
Sufferers. Which Is Readily Signed heller that the present depression In
.. ...in D e-.. prices will not be relieved within that
-Money Will Be Sent at Once- nnd lhnl h(J w probnbIe hold
Committee Finds Open-Handed t0 ,h0 nnlmals for some time. Tho
Charity Everywhere. mountain pasturage In that country
i is fine, and all stock are in fine condi-
DROWNED IN CISTERN.
Some 20 .persons met at the city
recorder's ofilcc last evening to take
some steps toward raising funds for i
the releir of the people made dcstl-l Six-Year-Old Son of George D. Eg-
tute in different degrees by the cloud-1 erth of Co,d Springs.
burst at Mitchell. i Louis Eggerth. aged 6 years and 6
i. .,r riaiiv.onfi..o i months, son or George D. nnd Louisa
As a result of their de Iterations, , BKgerthi of Somh CoU, Sm.tngBi wa8
a paper is being circulated today by drowned yesterday morning between
H. F. Johnson and Mayor Matlock. , and 10 o'clock, In the cistern at the
which is being generally signed. j family home.
At the time of going to press about I The child was last seen alive about
$200 had been subscribed and the . f o'clock. About an hour later the
committee was still at work. The : ;wo older children missed Louis, and
amount will be sent to Mitchell at , Willie, the S-ycar-old brother, went
once. jiu search of him, with tho result that
Mitchell lies to the southwestward I he saw the body of his brother half
of Pendleton some 15G miles, and at ' afiont In the cistern. The mother was
the time of the (lood had about 25" immediately informed of the accident
Inhabitants, of which about half were ' and lifted the body out of the cistern
rendered homeless nnd practically , with whatever appliance within her
destitute by the flood, which destroy- reach. Life was entirely extinct
ed 2S residences. A large quantity when the body was taken out.
of outlying property was also destroy- j The funeral will be held from the
ed. But two lives were lost, but In i fnmlly home tomorrow morning, and
liroportlon to the size of the town ! the interment will be made In the
the suffering is as acute for the ne-,Cold Springs cemetery,
cessarlcs of life and on account of de-1
which the trustees did ifot feel Jus
tided In making. The present inten
tion Is to open tho reading room,
gymnasium and baths in September
In the new Montornstolll building, upstairs.
Ton young ladles are taking the .ex
amination today as nspirants for the
clerkship In tho postofllcc made Ta
cant by the resignation or Miss Edith
Isaacs, and one young man Is taking
the examination for carrier. The ex
amination Is conducted by Ralph
As lone . ,vi. . ,
Large size Ju,
nor dozen. 1
14 pounds cane
uiass sauce dlihes,
& Jen. ni i
"WE DO THE BUSINESS
GOODS," BOSTON STORE.
BECAUSE WE HAVE
A motion tor a restraining order
is now pending in the case ot Mrs.
Phllamme Smith vs. Huy-yuts-mll-ken,
the plaintiff bringing the motion by
her attorneys. Slater &. Hinkle, to
prevent the defendant, Samuel Pam
burn, Huy-yuts-mll-ken's lessee, from
disposing of the wheat crop on the
land in question. The crop 160
acres of fine wheat, is easily valued
at $4000. In the hearing of this case
in the United States court at Port
land last w.eek, Judge Bellinger decid
ed that he had no jurisdiction.
Is Sweating in Ohio.
A letter from Charles B. Sampson
advertising manager of the East Or
egonlan, who is now visiting in Dell
aiice, O., says that he longs for the
cool weather in Pendleton, where It Is
only 107 In the shade. Judging irom
the heated tone or the letter, Ohio Is
not as cool as it might be. Mr- Samp
son expects to return home about
New Sewer Connections.
The sewerage connections of the
I. O. O. F. building are being laid
anew. The old drainage was Insuf
ficient In capacity and laid too nearly
level. The new connections are larg
er ana m every way more eniclont.
R. C. BEACH, President.
.T. G. HAILEY. Vice-President.
W. L. THOAiPSON, Cashier.
Bank of Pendleton
THE8E ARE PROSPEROUS DAYS.
AND NOW IS THE FITTING TIME
FOR YOU TO LAY ASIDE A FUND
AGAIN8T A TIME OF NEED. WE
SUGGEST THAT YOU COME TO
THIS BANK AND OPEN A SAVINGS
ACCOUNT. A DOLLAR IS SUFFI
CIENT TO 8TART. FOUR PER
CENT INTEREST ALLOWED.
ranged and destroyed sanitary condi
lions, as at Heppner.
The town was located In a canyon
described as being approximately the
dimensions of the Dry Creek canyon,
in which is located Blue Mountain
Station, beyond Athena. That is. as
to length and width or the gorge.
There the resemblance ceases, as tne
walls ot the Mitchell canyon are very
much higher and more precipitous.
and almost completely destitute ot i
Very little grain or other crops are
raised in that neighborhood, practi
cally the sole dependence or the peo
ple beiug cattle, sheep nnd horses.
The various industries in the place
are all supported by the men who fol
low stock raising.
Will Examine Students.
Prof. J. B. Horner, of the Oregon
Agricultural College, will be at Hotel
Pendleton on Monday, July 25, to ex
amine students for entrance to the
college next term. It is the leading
agricultural college or the Northwest,
beside rurnlshing a first-class educa
tion in literary and scientific branches.
Tuition 'is absolutely tree, board costs
$2.75 per week nnd books about $10
per year, i oung men and women or
I'matilla county wishing to enter this
j school, should attend this examination
I without fall.
Weekly Weather Report.
EXCITING BRONCHO RIDING.
About 400 people witnessed a very
interesting exhibition of rough riding
at the ball grounds last night. Not
all the horses put up a very hard
fight, nut several of them furnished
a very strenuous five minutes for
their riders and plenty o fun Xor the
There are comparatively fow cities
where so many of the spectators
could he found who know from exper
lence wnat good riding Is
Weather Observer H. F. Johnson
reports the following maximums and
mluimunis nnd rainfall at this point
(during the past week:
Max. Min. Rain
'July 1C il 30
July 17 76 50 .02 in
July IS So 53
July 19 90 50
July 20 06 50
July 21 107 61
July 22 101 63
EAGLE WEEK IS RPIMR nnctnum
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pin rostom smnr nv a cdcxii nn.
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FOR YOUR ATTENTION AND PATRONAGE. CAN WE
Sumpter Papers Are Mad.
Because the East Orcgonian "scoop
ed" the Sumpter papers on the big
gest Sumpter story or the year, con-
rnmlnw tlia f ."(inl'intln n .1 Inn.n
Probably ot the Golconda. those naners are
p score or more of those in the grand- sulking hoyisuly nnd deny the report.
stand could have roped, saddled and The East Oregonlan told of the trans
ridden any horse handled during the
This does not imply that the riding
was not of the best nor that the
horses did not indulge in some hard
bucking. It simply indicates that
Pendleton has her share of the old-
time riders, men who have served
their apprenticeship on the range.
nnd who have been on the hurricane
deck of a bucking broncho long
enough to stay there m spite of what
the horse may do to prevent it.
un taunaay atternoon the same
riders will repeat the exhibition at the
ball grounds and in addition to the
riding there will be a balloon ascen
sion. A. J. Hurtublse will make the
ne Dosion 910
Shoes and Clothing
action as It actually took place. The
Golconda could disappear from the
mountain side and the boys at Sump
ter would not know about It until the
Portland papers or the East Oregon
ian arrived in ramn
Wheat Farm Sold.
, uai ib cuuiujuuiy miuwu us inc A
"Rlgby place," a short distance east i
of Saxe Station, has been transferred I
by the First National Bank to William ;
Duff, or this place. This farm com-j
prises threo quarters 480 acres, Is ! X
well improved and one or the .excop-
tionally good wheat forms of the i
county. i X
Howard Vudevllle Company Will Aid
The Howard Vaudeville Comnany
will give a special benefit perform
ance nt the Frazor theater tomorrow,
ijumiay nignt, tor the benefit of the
.Mlicneu noou sufforers.
In response to the anneal for aid
irom tho strlcl.en city, the members
of the company sonorously volunteer-
eu 10 iiuuate ou per cent of the gross
recolpts of the performance to this
cnaritabie object, reserving barely
enough or the proceeds to pay the
actual expenses of the night's engage
ment in the way of labor, lights, rent
anu otner necessary expenses.
As Pendleton has responded gen
erously to every call or charity, this
mougniiui ann considerate offer of
the Howard company. wh!li In the
city, will appeal to the public in a
stirring manner and the theater
should be filled.
Local talent Is invited to narticl-
pate In the performance nnd ndd
every possible Interesting feature to
swell tho Mitchell fond from Pendleton.
WERE NOT HEREFORDS.
Burr Johnson of Hldawav Raises
Nothing But Shorthorns.
Burr Johnson, the uidawav stock.
man, takes exceptions to the report
that his cattle aro grade Herofords.
Ho has no use for the Hereford n
compared with tho Shorthorn, and his
cattlo aro almost exclusively grade
Shorthorns, there being hut ono ani
mal In the recent sale ho made to a
buyer from tho Sound, that was not
In his opinion, the best all-puiposo
cattlo for this country is tho grade
8horthorn. On scant teed they retain
tholr flesh and shape bettor, do not
gaunt so easily, nnd they aro primo
tavorltos with all buyers.
Tho Hereford, he holds, "runs out"
easily. Unless constant watch or tho
atrain is kopt up, all that tho owner
Baker Not Represented.
So tar, Baker City nor Baker coun-1 X
ty have neither appointed delegates '
to the mass meeting in Portland for J
the organization of the Oregon Devel-1
iua sr uu Aif kah
Negligee Shirts 50c to
Onlf Shirts 50e to
Coo Underwear 50c to $240
Ktviieii tinito 75e. ftUc ana
Weston Farm Sold. . J
M. A. Bryson has sold to J. H. Clark ! 1
his 1 fio-acre farm, one and a half ' 4
miles northwest or Weston, for $5500.
It Is a wheat form and bench land and ! 1
BOY8" CLOTHING SPECIAL DISCOUNT.
Men's $12.50 Suits reduced to
Men's $12.50 Suits reduced to
STRAW HATS, all there are loft, at Half Price.
If your coffee doesn't
suit, don't worry buy
It may cost more per
pound but think of the
quality. High grade,
grocers sell it.
1 and 2 lb. aroma-tight
J. A. Folffer Co.
Importora at Fin Cotttmm
I One-Price Furnishers and Hatters
h n h . m mm - m m wm m m m w n jmm
I HftR movMi to Cottonwood Btroot. between Water and Court
hnfnrn in fin hleh-class plumbing t
blo rates. Estimates cneenuny given, 11 you uuvc r".
line see him before you go elsewhere.
BECK, the Reliable Plom
mj m mk Amm m. m m rmmrmmm
A Business and Shorthand Training School.
Car Fare Free.
Two Months Tuition
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
w . . , v. nH,ior rflmate. lneu
a ground mica surface and a wool lolt nanor nry auvm v. - -
toll you somo mighty JntoreaUng things, Tney wiu v'r
hook from shriveling up. write ua. . y
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