East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 27, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1004.
page: six.
EIQHT
"The Kodak" season Is now
on and wo lmvo 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 vacation.
TEMPLARS
ID
E
TEN THOUSAND IN LINE
AT SAN FRANCISCO.
Brock & McComas
Company
DRUGQI8TS.
Cor. Main and Court Stt.
Pendleton, Oregon.
Most Gorgeous Array of Uniformed
Knights Ever Assembled In Any
City Will Be Witnessed on Septem
ber 6 Representatives of King Ed
ward Will Be Present The Black
Horse Mounted Column to Be the
Chief Spectacle.
"NOW SUMMER BLINKS ON
FLOWERY BRAES,"
and the joys of carriage riding are at
their best, provided you have the
right vehicle. You will If you make
your selection at Nengle'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.
Wo havo the celebrated Winona
wagons, hacks and buggies. Made for
this climate. Call and see them.
We set your tires while you wait,
on the hydaullc machine. No bruis
ing or burning of wheels. Adds to
life of wheels. Try It and be pleased.
NEAGLES BROS.
Big Brick Shop.
San Francisco, July 27. The grand
parailo of the Knights Templar, tff
tako place on Tuesday, September C,
is destined to be the most Imposing
pageant and the grontest display over
seen In -the streets- of Satj Francisco.
It Is confidently expected that fully
10,000 Sir Knights will be in th,o pa
rade, making a lino about four miles
jln length, and not les3 than 200,000
I persons will line the thoroughfares to
! witness the grnndest and most bril
liant spectacle over seen on tho Pa
cific coast, ono that may not occur
again during the life of tho present
generation.
In that line will bo some of the
most dlstlngulsued persons from all
parts of the United states, Canada,
and even from ncross tho Atlantic,
coming to the shores of the Pacific
as tho special representatives of the
highest Masonic bodies of England
nnd Wales, nnd the personal represen
tatives of King Edward of England,
who was grand master of the English
branch of the order before ascended
the British throne.
The delegation will bo headed by
tho Earl of Eus..on, now occupying
tho highest position In tho Grent Pri
ory of England nnd Wales. The chief
officers of the Great Priory of Cana
da nro expected to join their British
cousins on tho western pilgrimage,
and tho delegates will ride In tho pa
rado attired In their gorgeous uni
forms studded with glittering gems
of fabulous value. Tho grand "master
nnd his official family, representing
the grand encampment of tho United
The East Oregonian is Eastern Or
egon's representative paper. It leads
and the people appreciate It and
chow it by their liberal patronage. It
is the advertising medium of thli
section.
No Dessert
More Attractive
States, will occupy positions of honor
in tho line.
California conimnudory nnd Golden
Gate, the local commnndorles, will
shine In their rich and necldedly dtB
tlnctlvo uniforms, which havo at
tracted attention nnd elicited admira
tion nt every conclave tho Cnllfor
nians havo attended.
A striking featuro of tho parade
will ho the cavalcade of mounted
knights, ns fine a body of men ns over
sat In n saddle. Among tho coin
manderles who will appear mounted
In tho parado aro Callfornlo Com
mnndory of San Frnnclsco; DoWItt
Clinton Commandery of Virginia
City, Nev., nnd Corinthian Chasseur
Commandery of Philadelphia.
They will bo mounted on blnck
ste,cd8, or ns many ns can bo pro
cured, for thero will bo about 1000
mounted knights In lino, nnd block
horses have been secured In San Fran
cisco, Oakland, Alnmeda, San Jose,
Sacramento, Stockton, Santa Clara,
Marin, Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Contrn
Costn nnd San Mateo counties tho
pick of California's famed horses
and that part of tho parado will ho a
raro sight In Itself.
Tho parade will consist "of 12
grand divisions, headed by a company
of mounted police, commanded by Sir
Knight George W. Wlttman, chief of
police.
Special Excursion to the World's Fair
The Denver & Rio Grande, In con
nection with tho Missouri Pacific, will
rnu a series of personally conducted
excurslonc to the World's fair during
June. These excursions will run
through to St. Louis without change
of cars, making short stops nt princi
pal points en route. The first of these
excursions will leavo Portland Juno
7th, nnd tho second June 17th. The
rate from Pendleton will be JGO.OO to
St. I.ouls and return. Excursionists
going via the Donvor & Rio Grnndo
have the privilege of returning via a
different route. This Is tho most
pleasant way, as well as tho most de
lightful one, to cross the continent.
The stops arranged give an opportu
nity of visiting tho various points of
interests In and about Salt Lake City.
Denver nnd Kansas City. If you wish
to accompany ono of these excursions
write at once to W. C. McBrldo. 124
Third street, Portland, for sleeping
car reservations.
Why w gelatine and
spend hours soaking, (
sweetening, iuvonng
and coloring when
produces better results in two minutes?
Everything in the package. Simply udd hot
water nnd bet to cool. It's perfection. A sur
prise to the housewife. No trouble, less ex
pease. Try it to-day. In Four Fruit Fb.
vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Hasp
berry. At grocers. 10c.
In order to accommodate fishing
parties the O. R. & N. Co. will, until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at 5: 45 p. m., stop at
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1, due in Pendleton at
9 a. m., stop at somo place Monday
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday. May 14.
E. C. SMITH, Agent.
Attention Sheepmen.
Range to lease and can locate
some good range and water. .Address
box 44, La Grande. Or
Mollne wagons, rubber tired bug
gies, carriages and hacks at Kunkol's.
NOTIFY ROOSEVELT
MEMBERS OF NATIONAL COM
MITTEE At SAGAMORE.
Speaker Cannon Delivered Notifica
tion Speech Roosevelt's Speech of
Acceptance Was Brief and to the
Point Entire Formal Program Was
of But a Half Hour's Duration.
Now York, July 27. The keynoto
of tho ropuhllcan presidential cam
paign wbb sounded today. In tho
presonco of n committee of distin
guished pnrty l.caders representing
every stnto nnd territory of the Union,
who called at Sagamoro Hill to for
mally notify him of his nomination by
the Chicago convention, President
Roosevelt read his letter of accept
ance, discussing at leugth tho politi
cal events of his administration nnd
his vlows on tho platform adopted by
the party at Chicago.
Tho notification ceremonies took
place early this nfternoon nnd were
marked by extreme simplicity. Tho
members of the notification commit
teo and n numbor of other prominent
republlcnns nrrlved at Oystor Bay
shortly before noon and woro driven
nt once to tho Roosevelt home.
After tho president hnd shnken
hands with each member of the party
tho visitors gnthcred on the lnwn In
front of tho house preparatory to tho
forninlitlos of tho occasion. The
crowd wns considerably larger than
hnd been anticipated and Secretary
I.oeb and IiIb assistants w.oro kept
busy for somo tlmo In providing for
the comfort of the guests.
Speaker Cannon was lntriistnd with
tho task of delivering tho notification
speech nnd ho ncnultted himself with
credit ns wns ovldenced by tho en
thusiasm with which his remarks
woro greeted. Tho president's speech
of acceptance was delivered from
tho veranda and was listened to with
the closest nttentlon by those pres
ent. At the conclusion oi his speech
three cheers were given In honor of
tho president. Tho formal cere
monies lnsted scarcoly half an hour
and nfter they were concluded tho
President and Mrs. Rooscv.clt enter
tained the visitors at luncheon, -which
was laid on the wide veranda which
encircles the Sagamore Hill house.
PLUMBINi
and SEWER W0RI
I 1-1 A VP A FULL LINE OF Dt tlMniM
- ,,,u "OOD8 AND
CLAS8 WORKMEN; ALOO MAKE 8EWER CQNMrr,.'
TIMATE8 FURNISHED ON ALL WORK. WORK QUArJ
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
741 Hi
Pure Water from Pure
FOR ONLY SIX CENTS PER GALLON
Tho beautiful crystal ico Is made from distilled wata
molted again the water Is pure as tho Ice. You cannot I
drink tho Impurities and contagion that makes a part of I
water. Take our product and YOU HAVE BOTH
ICE AND WATER.
No Pity Shown. ,
"For years fato was after mo con
tinuously," writes F. A. Gulledge, Ver
bena, Ala. "I had a terrlblo case of
piles, cruising 24 tumors. Whon all j
failed Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured i
me." Equally good for all aches and
pains. Only 25c at Tollman & Co.'s
drug store
Now spring shirts. The Boston.
Pendleton
Ice and Cold Storage
Telephone Main 17S1.
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In New Quarters
B. F. BECK, THE RELIABLE PLUMBER, IS NOW LOCATED IN NEW AND COMMODIOUS QUARTERS AT 807 COTTON.
WOOD STREET, OPP08ITE THE ENTRANCE TO THE FRAZER THEATER.
HAVING GOTTEN IN A LARGE STOCK OF NEW 8INKS, TANKS, PUMP8, TUBS AND OTHER GOODS. I AM BETTER
PREPARED THAN EVER BEFORE TO GIVE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION TO YOUR PLUMBING. I GIVE ALL WORK MY PER
SONAL SUPERVISION AND GUARANTEE IT TO BE SATISFACTORY. THOUGH I EMPLOY ONLY THE BEST OF MATERIALS
AND THE MOST COMPETENT MEN, YET YOU WILL FIND MY PRICES TO BE VERY REASONABLE.
8TEAM HEATING AND FITTING ARE UNDERSTOOD ONLY BY THOSE WHO HAVE GIVEN THE SUBJECT 8PECIAL
STUDY. TO ATTEND TO THIS BRANCH OF THE BUSINESS I EMPLOY A SPECIALIST WHO IS THOROUGHLY VERSED
IN THE WORK. IF YCU NEED A BATH TUB AND TOILET I CAN INSTALL THEM FOR YOU AT MODERATE COST. YOU
WILL FIND A BATr" TUB A WONDERFUL PLEASURE AND CONVENIENCE, AND WHEN YOU HAVE USED IT A WHILE YOU
WILL WONDER HuW YOU EVER DID WITHOUT IT. THE STUDY OP DI8EA8E AND ITS PROPAGATION HAS RE8ULTED
IN MANY IMPROVEMENTS ALONG SANITARY LINE8. THE OLD-FASHIONED, UNHYGIENIC, ILL-SMELLING EARTH CL08
ET WILL SOON BECOME OBSOLETE. IT IS NOT ONLY A CONSTANT OFFEN8E, BUT IT IS A MENACE TO HEALTH. WITH
OUR APPLIANCES FOR THE TOILET ROOM YOU HAVE A CLOSET THAT U8E8 BUT LITTLE WATER, IS NEAT AND CLEAN
AND 18 ODORLE88, AS IT ABSOLUTELY PREVENT8 THE ESCAPE OF SEWER GAS. BESIDE THI8, IT DOES NOT GET
OUT OF REPAIR EASILY. HOW ABOUT YOUR STOVE? IS IT GIVING GOOD SATISFACTION? WHERE CAN YOU GET ANY
THING THAT WILL PROVE OF BETTER VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY THAN A .GOOD RANGE? WE HAVE THEM FROM $40
UP. WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED BRANDS, "ADVANCE, "SUPERB" AND "SUPERIOR." CALL AND 8EE
THEM. WHILE WE ARE TALKING ABOUT RANGES, DID YOU EVER THINK HOW YOU WOULD LIGHTEN YOUR WIFE'S
LABOR BY PUTTING IN A 30-GALLON UPRIGHT HOT WATER TANK? A FIRE IN THE MORNING AND YOU HAVE HOT WA
TER ALL DAY. THAT MEAN8 LIGHTER LABOR FOR YOUR WIFE, AND LIGHTER WOOD BILLS FOR YOU. YOU HAVE
HOT WATER FOR THE DI8HE8 IF YOU EAT A COLD LUNCH, OR YOU HAVE HOT WATER FOR A BATH IN THE EVENING.
HAVE YOU A 8HEET IRON KITCHEN 8INK? YOU WILL FIND THEM VERY CONVENIENT AND NOT VERY EXPENS
IVE. WE HAVE THEM IN SEVERAL 8IZE8. ARE YOU NEEDING ANY GUTTER OR ROOF WORK? DON'T PUT OFF, HAVE
IT DONE NOW. DO YOU NEED A NEW PUMP, OR DOES YOUR OLD ONE NEED REPAIRING? WE WILL GIVE YOU PRICE8
ON A NEW ONE, OR AN E8TIMATE ON REPAIRING THE OLD ONE.
NOW, JU8T A WORD ABOUT YOUR PLUMBING. PLUMBERS' TOOLS IN THE HANDS OF AN AMATEUR OR AN
UN8KILLED WORKMAN ARE MORE THAN U8ELE88; THEY ARE DESTRUCTIVE. OUR WORKMEN ARE SKILLED ME
CHANICS. IF YOU HAVE ANY REPAIRS TO MAKE DONT PUT IT OFF, PROCRA8TINATION 18 A VERY EXPENSIVE
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NINE" HOLDS GOOD IN THE PLUMBING BU8INE38. CALL U8 UP ON THE 'PHONE IF YOU NEED OUR 8ERVICE8.
WHILE OUR PRICES MAY BE LOWER THAN TH08E OF OUR COMPETITORS, YOU CAN'T GET BETTER WORK AT ANY
PRICE.
The Reliable Plumber
Pi
807 Cottonwood Street
B. F. BECK