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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1904.
You May Match Oar Prices, BiitYow
Can't Match Oar Shoes at Our
Ladles' Oxfords, $1.25 to J4.00 values, now selling nt $1.00 .to
Men's Oxfords, $2.75 to JE.OO value, now soiling at ?2.40 to $3.85.
Misses, Children's, Boys and Youths' Oxfords nt slaughtered
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
THE CATTLE MARKET
BUTTER CREEK CATTLE
HAVE WIDE REPUTATION.
While a Smaller Number Is Being
Fed This Year Than Formerly,
Many Range Cattle Have Already
Gone to the Markets Eastern
Markets Consume Very Little Ore
gon Stuff Alfalfa Beef Has a Fla
cor That Makes' It Widely Sought
Stockmen state that there are now
being fed on Mutter creek but about
300 beeves, as against a much larger
number almost any preceding year for
several years. This is not because
the industry is langulHhing in that
district by no means.
alfalfa. Alfalfa fed cattle have a fla
vor that cannot lie disputed.
Htiyers state that in the Dig Bend
country the cattle are well bred up,
without any preference being given to
either Herefords or Shorthorns both
breeds are fount! in great numbers,
and each has Its staunch partisans.
Cattle everywhere are in the pink
of condition so far as health is con
cerned. Many people hold to tho opinion
that n considerable proportion of the
cattle of the Northwest find their
way to the Knstern markets, but such
is not the case. The entire output
I is consumed In the cities of the
Northwest, in the mining nnd lumber
camps, and in Alaska. There Is nn
established cold storage service be
tween Seattle nnd Nome, nnd all the
PARTY OF TWENTY WILL
GO FROM PENDLETON.
and tho country people feel that tho
county should bear nt least half of tho
cxponso of mn.iiig good roods.
, Already several short pieces or roan by Woolen Mills Now Beln u
nrn "strnwod" nnd trnvel Is pleasant, ... ... c,n Mauled
over these plnces. In other places tho j
dust Is hub deep.
Eight Pendleton Women Will Go to
San Francisco Special Car Will
NARROW ESCAPE FROM FIRE
J, G. Richardson Had
Time Preventing Bad Blaze In Grain
A few nights ago J. O. Richardson,
of South Cold Springs, was nwakon-
DIRT FROM WOOL
About Thirty Tons of Sand Paid ,Rr
"J "UUCII IYIMIS
to the Dump Pile,
Wool men who often comnlain
n inut l,n Inn. ... """Plain
might ho Interested in knowlL'SSf!
about 30 tons of sand wnahort "i
lAl wool used by tho Pendlotnn w 1
Editing Mills is now being Z nn11l00Pn!
river bed nt tho Leo street brldeo I
i"id un pum ior at repiiift.1
wool prices, and is washed out ofttTn
wool in tho scouring procna . .:
ed about 1 o'clock in the morning by , ucn.1)r,ceil ,,,, , " "P,
the vats nro now being cUanei
Be Decorated With the Eloquent a heavy wind nnd other portents of a , tIl0 rlver Um Woo, ' min"'1 lnto
Symbols of the knights Templar storm. He arose to look at the , U80 for ,t 'Wing no
' U r wnnt mr nn.l lpntlllnr- convinced ml. . .
It Is Expected That Twentytwo . , Tmtninpnt.
Carloads of NorthWest Sir Knights mm,nte(i n horse nnd started on a
Will Leave Portland. run for the old Voorhecs place, about
a mllo distant, where he had a com
bine nlant standing In a partially
Those who will attend the Knights harvested fi,l,i of fine grain. His
Templar Couclave at San Francisco intention was to take the canvnB
LOVED IN VAIN.
He-ls-Wa-Loot Cannot Marry John
Wilson, a Siwash of Tender Years.
He-ls-wa-loot, daughter of Wet Co
yote, cannot uecome the lawful bride
, - . ... . .. . . I Ut uuuu .... , llo.ll., 11IUL IO UULII DUU1,
In fact, just the reverse Is true, as , . na , ...i,i.i1 .,
reaches his majority. This mandate
i was issued at the Umatilla agency
yesterday afternoon by Acting Super
I inteudent McNichols, who refused to
j grnnt a marriage license permit to
I two of his subjects.
John M. Wilson, is an nllotmeut In
i dian, 1C y.enrs of age. He-ls-wa-loot
is a squaw, 10 years his senior. The
th Ume but for . "LtL Lm
t..i i 10 ni.vbu mill mc nuuitiu, v iiu
the fact Is based upon the steadily
Increasing demand for Butter creek
beeves, which demand lias been con
tinually steady throughout the past
year, and the fats have been sold off
as fast as they were ready for the
ninrket. up to the present time, so the
remainder are, as a matter of fact,
animals that are hardly fit for the
market yet, but would be sold and
gone probably by
I. AnnM11 1 I . I t ' WLVfeS
.hn mTrbTH Is also known ns Annie Newton, has
The Big Bend country, Washington, 1 with her affectIs t0 "
at lttX''TZa?JlZTlS I Because ot th stain on her
?i hi ft r tne,nlarke,ts- character and the tender age of Wll-
mented wtth barley grain for full i , . ... ii. "
.u...... ...... HltUIUIIill, IIIUIUIIQ lilUl'
ry for them to first receive permission
from the superintendent, nnd then
wed according to tribal custom or af
ter the manner of white people.
John Wilson appears to be fond of
American names for he is also known
as John D. Mitchell, and John D,
feeding. Little alfalfa is fed in that
country. The inevitable effect has
been and is, to give a certain prefer--ence
in the markets for the cattle
which come from districts which feed
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 - o try It say
our Toilet Cream is the best
proposition they ever used and
we believe they 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 (Mb Co.
J. D. Bentley Seriously III.
J. M. Bentley this morning receiv
ed a telegram from Rltzvllle. inform
ing him of ,ue serious Illness of his
brother, J. D. Bentley, of Modesto.
Cal. Mr. Bentley will leave this eve-
I ning for Ultzville. The sick man vis
I Ited In this city with his brother for
! several weeks and departed a few
tdays ago for Ultzville to see his
I Boy's Arm Broken.
James Bracken, 9 years of age, suf'
fered a broken arm yesterday after
I noon by a fall from a buggy. Young
! Bracken and another boy wero riding
; with a farmer and started to get out
i or tno vehicle without waiting for tho
unver to stop. In so do nir Bracken
; fell to tho ground and fractured his
At Springston, Idaho, Anton Cnll
cone, an Italian, ami W. A. Vawter,
each itred six shots from rovolvers at
each other and neither was hit,
though the shooting was at close
NO MATTER HOW SMALL, NO MATTER HOW LARGE,
WILL GIVE IT CAREFUL ATTENTION. THIS ME88AQE AP
PLIES TO THE MEN AND THE WOMEN ALIKE.
from Pendleton will lenve this place
September 3. arriving nt their desti
nation September C. The duration of
tho conclave Is not known, depending
uiHin the volume of business brought
before it. and the expedition with
which it Is handled.
The following Sir Knights will nt
tend from this place: A. P. Nash
E. Roosevelt. W. F. Matlock, Robert
Forster. L. Hunzlkor, W. M. WyricI
Joe H. Parkes, W. 51. Pierce, W. M
Sluslier. J. R Dickson, J. F. Robin
son. E. J. Sommervlllo. V. O. Cole,
T. C. Tnylor and Rlsh. There
Is a possibility that Messrs, Taylor
and Cole will not attend, but their
present intention Is to be there
The following Indies will attend
from Pendleton: Mcsdnmos R. Alex
ander. A. P. Nnsh, C. E. Roosevelt
W. F. Matlock. R. G. Thompson, Joe
II. Parkes, T. C. Tnylor nnd J. F.
The car from Poudloton will bo at
tnched at Portland to the train mado
up of special cars from all parts of the
Northwest, nnd it is believed that this
train will be made up of 22 cars, and
run in two sections.
The Pendleton car will be decorate
with un immense bnnner appended
from each side. These banners will
be Identical in design. Each will bo
inscribed with the motto of th
Knights Templar: "In Hoc Signo Vin
ces. ("By this sign we conquer.") Be
low will b( the emtnom ofTTTe order
A cross and crown. Below will be In
scribed: Pendleton. Commandery No
7 l. T.. P.endleton, Oregon
The headquarters of the Pendleton
people have been engaged, nnd will
be at 502 Powell street, at the Clifton
and but two and a half blocks from
the headquarters of the conclave.
The Pendleton delegates have had
made for them a badge with a spe'
cial design. It represents the Indus
tries of Oregon a sulnion, a cow, a
horse, shear of grain, pine trees, all
with .Mount Hood for a background
This Is a panel surmounting a cross
against a rising sun, with a shield In
ironi ueariug the emblems of the or
der. The above design is executed in
bold relief, with unusual fidelity to
detail, and yet very striking in Its
Below the golden design brioflv de
scribed above, appears the flags, of
tne united States and of the Knights
lempinr crossed, and accompanied
wiui appropriate inscriptions. This
design Is embroidered on silk, In full
colors, and appended Is a silken
fringe. The whole design is beautiful
and eloquent with the language of
May Attend Sovereign Grand Lodge,
u. Alexander wll accompany the
Knights Templar to San Francisco
and attend the conclave which begins
on the 6th of September. He will, If
possioie, attend the sovereign grand
lodge of the I, O. O. F., which moots
In San Francisco September 19 nnd
continues in session all tho' week fol
lowing, iiusiness mny be a harrier
to his remaining away from home for
that length of time, but ho will re
main to the sovereign grand lodge If
possiuie. .-nr. Alexander was a dole-
gato to the last lour sovereign grand
THREE DAYS FOR BATHING.
Police Court Discouraaes Cfeanlv
Habits of a Wandering Stranger,
a uiHie picture of surnr inn was
ired Ottis. a wandering stranger,
wnen no emerged t r nn nn from liv
ers mill race this noon and found
Chief of Police Carney nwnitlng to
conduct nim lo Jail.
Ay unne dolir nothlnir." snlil ihn
surprised bcnndaiiavlan when ttihl
no was uniler arrest.
Doing nothing." exclaimed th nf-
fleer. "Do you tall lisinc this mill
raco for a bath tub in plain sight of
uio street, uoing noining?"
"Doing nothlnir." reunntf.fi fhn tin.
lice Justice, when Ottis was brought
oexnro nim on a chnrco of d sordorlv
conduct. "I'll Just nivo von a chnnrn
to do nothing in tho cltv lall for
three days. It's a nice secluded spot
and there's plenty of water in the
nyurant. You can bathe thorn all
R. G. BEACH, President,
T O. HAILEY, Vice-president,
W. L. THOMPSON, Caahior.
MAKE STRAW ROADS.
Farmers Will Probably Apply to the
County for Assistance in Abating
the Dust Nuisance.
A movement is now on foot to se
cure assistance from the countv
court in "8trawng" several pieces of
roan leaning into P.endleton, to abate
tho terrible dust nu sanco durinc tho
grain hauling season.
In places the farmers have "straw
ed" the roads alune, but thoy feol
thnt making roadB is part of tho coun
ty's duty, and as most of tho land
owners hnvo already paid one road
tax this year, thoy will ask tho coun
ty to lend assistance In making tho
county roads passable for the next
month during tho heaviest grain
Ono deep "strawlng," It Is claimed,
will "lay" tho dust for n month, and
while tho expenso Is not very heavy.
yet It Is the busiest time on tho farm
draper off tho combine before It be
come snturatod with ram.
Before he renched tho comblno he
saw tho old dwelling on the Voor
bees place, which had been desorted
for n number of years, was bu'rnlng.
Undoubtedly It had been struck by
lightning, although ho did not see
the bolt fall. He arrived at the flro
a few minutes nfter the glare or the
fire became visible, and put In n half
hour of the most vigorous flro fight
ing he over did in his life, to 'save tho
grain In the adjoining Holds, and the
Ho tore the drnper from the ma
chine nnd whipped fire In the Rtub
bio and grain until almost oxlinusted
with the heat nnd his efforts. Not
until tho old dwelling was completely
destroyed wns It safe to relax his e
forts, as hurtling shingles nnd spnrk
fell continually, carried by the heav
wind, nnd the fire was relighted
different places In the stubble nnd
grain until the house had burned
completely to the ground.
Tho singular feature of tho incl
dent is thnt not enough rain fell at
any time to afford the slightest as
BlRtance in extinguishing tho fire,
His original concern, to save the drap
er from getting a soaking, undoubt
edly saved the entire neighborhood
from the most destructive fire in it
history, ns the stubble adjacent to tho
burned house communicated directly
with thousands of acres of cut and
uncut wheat In ono of the finest
wheat belts of tho Northwest.
The burned house had deteriorated
In value since being deserted some
years ago. and could hardly have
been valued at more than from $200
ino proportion or dirt, in it,- ..-
washed wool may bo Judged from the
dlffercnco In price of washed and un
washed wool. The unwashed article 1
Rolls for about 16c, while the washed
wool Is worth from CSc to oc Tho
weight Is reduced about G5 to 70 ncr
cunt In tho washing. '
The building trades of New York
composed nf 17 unions, have declared
n strike and all buildings ore tied
" Of tk(, ,
ltt- Picture ,
CLOVE TO MORO.
Manager of the Rlgby-Clove Harves
ter Factory Will Visit the Machine
Now Working In Sherman County,
J. Clove, of the Rlcbv-Clove foun
dry, left this morning for Moro, Sher
man county, where he will visit the
harvester now working in that coun
After visiting Sherman county, he
will go to Portland, where ho will
present the matter of the reorgaulza
tlon of tho Rlgby-Clove company to
Judge G. J. Glesler, who wns in tills
city some time ngo, looking into the
matter, and who is thought to be wll
ling to flnanco the concern and possl
bly move the foundry to nnother
SUIT ON A NOTE.
Moses Taylor Seeks to Recover
352.37 From R. J. Boddy, of Athena
In the state circuit court this morn
ing Moses Taylor, a wealthy Weston
farmor, brought suit against R. J.
Boddy and wife, of Athena, to collect
$1352.37, alleged to he due on a prom
issory note. An attachment has been
levied on land belonging to the Bod
dys, situated near Athena.
The note is nileged to have been
drawn up January 3, 1802. Boddy
conducts a meat market nt Atlionn.
Moses Taylor recently figured prom
inoiitly in tho courts ns defendant in
a sensational divorce suit, brought by
PILOT ROCK GROWING.
New School House to Cost $2000, Will
Be Immediately Built.
Pilot Rock is to lmvo a new school
building to cost $2000. At a special
lection held Tuesday the proposition
to bond the district for $2500 carried.
The present school uouse at Pilot
Rock Is too small. It formerly eon
tallied hut one room, but of late
years n partition was added.
The now school houso will bo of
wo rooms and It is tne desiro of tho
director to have it finished before
school opens this fan.
Barbecue at Bingham.
One hundred and three tlckots wero
sold from this placo to Mcacham on
bunday, tho 24tu, hut the larger num
ber of tiiose buying tho rat.e left tho
train at Bingham, so It Is said by the
railroad people. This was because
Bingham affords tho bettor chance
for a dny's outing, although tho ride
is much shorter. Tho suggestion Is
muilo that If somo enternrisine neo.
pie should urrange a barbecuo. or any
otlior form of entertaining an excur
sion, that an Immense crowd could
ho attracted to Bingham almost any
aunuay miring tno not weather.
Your accounts uro getting crusty.
Lot us try our system for collecting
them. Our plan is, "No collections,
no charges." Wo nro in a position to
do you good. 'Phono Main 311 and
our ropre8ontatlvo will call. Tho Van
Alstlno, aordon & Co, Morcantlle
Agoncy & Tradesmen's Alliance, Per
H. V. Upo & Co., managers. 110 E.
Court Htroot, Pondloton, Orocou,
THE HOT WEATHER STORE IS
PREPARED WITH ALL THE SUM
MER NEEDS IN SHOES AND
The Boston St
Shoes and Clothing
Seasonable Goods all
Men's summer underwear, purple striped, each..
Mrni'n unrlnrwonr. hlun and flesh color, each
-rAr .....i ........ inn 1 1 n 1 1 . .ftph .. ftl
linnv linalnrv 15c. ZOC I
fJnlf HlilHs nutta In mntch OCiB51
New four-in-hand ties, largo assortment of pattern.
Negligee working shirts
Negligeo dress shirts
Collars, cuffs, belts and suspenders.
I BAER. DALE1
One-Price Furnishers and Hatters
Modem School of Cot
Attend tho BosL
Eight Months' Tuition at Price of Bfc
.-.m-rr TP KITTKTCT7AL.
Wo nrnnnrlv lomnitr It for CaCh OBrtlCUWr wfAnt 1
jute canvass we build up a fire, water and new pr of w
a w - .. m ... ns T rnlr nQDer Ul . t
a gruunu mica uunuuu uuu a nwu. ry yajt to ,
WE' , . Inv thn enaas. or you cu. " " m nrTB
toll you some mighty Interesting things. I
book from shriveling up. write us. . v6rm
he Elaterite Roofing Co., 10 rccierj
I have moved my shop to the second
door east of the Sa inga Dank. Re
pairing of all kinds dono in a work
manlike manner nt reasonabl rates.
As I have been In business here 17
irnnra I tinnrl Tint annnlf nf the QUSl
Ity of' my work for It apeaks for Itsolf.
My stock of shoos was Bomewhat
damaged by water and the Insurance
company told me to oell tbom for
what I could got, so I will sell them
for less than wholesale price.
07, two nS!
on left MP,;?4 J
$5 for eltnr oi