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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PuNDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1904.
We moke specialty of unu
sual perfumes the rare and
Imported tuat arc not found in
moat drug stores, Our lino or
perfumes will nppeal especial
ly to those fastidious folks who
wish to affect n distinctive odor
unlike those In everyday use.
The popular and latest crea
tions of Plver, ItOEor & Gallct,
Phinud, Hudnut, etc
LE TREFLE. VELDT BLTJ
MEN, TADMA, CTPRESIA,
CHYPRE. AIMEE, MONAlr
F. W. SCHMIDT
FORMER MINISTER NOW
A. H, Sunderman Tells Why He Quit
Preaching Has Not Given Up the
Ministry, But Will Preach Again
When He Has Provided Well for
His Family Sees the Need of Re
ligion Now More Than Ever Before.
'Phone Main 8S1.
Emperor William has declared
that he will not offer his services to
arbitrate the Russo-Japanese war.
The income of the St Louis fair
"has so far exceeded expectations that
the $1,000,000 loan applied for some
time ago will not he needed.
Joe Peg, a game warden, chased
Senator W. A. Clark Into a hotel at
Missoula. Wednesday, thinking the
senator had broken the game laws by
The Federated Trades of New York
will not join In the parade on Labor
Day, because of the strong public sen
timent against Labor Day agitation
t-v wa:klT!.t: c1c!r;aes.
Hcnrr M. no'.'prt.aor. who wn
fT"'-'! tn "li net s)Tff nf Tp'tpri
There have been many Instances
of qualified and duly accredited min
isters of orthodox churches abandon
ing the pulpit for business, but the
number who frankly give all their
reasons therefor ns does one, a resi
dent of Pendleton, is extremely
small. The fact being called to the
attention of an East Oregonlan repor
ter thnt A. H. Sunderman, the well
known sheep raiser of Umatilla coun
ty, was formerly a Christian mlulster,
the former Importuned Mr. Sunder
man to give his reasons for abandon
ing tne ministry for the more finan
cially profitable calling.
'In the first place." said Mr. Sun
derman, "while I am not engaged in
the active ministry, I have not, by
any means, abandoned It. I am sim
ply out of the ministry for the time
iielng, with the one purpose In view
of accumulating a decent competence
for my family and for the latter part
of my own life, before re-entering It."
Plied with Questions uion other
phases or the very Interesting sub
ject thus opened, Mr. Sunderman
"When I married I took upon my
self the same responsibilities, dfflrm
cd by the same Bolemn obligations,
toward my wife, as other young men
more fortunately situated In relation
to temporal affairs, and I soon found
thnt it was a hopeless struggle to at
tempt to secure a competence and
continue In the ministry, although I
was getting from $000 to $700 per
"So. In order to save myself from
tl'B necessity of going on the super
annuated list In my old ago, and of
The St. George.
Dixwell Davenport, San Francisco
J. Q. Lonergnn, Seattle.
T. J. Ennls. Walla Walla.
L. D. Hay, Seattle.
Ocorge Day, Seattle.
J. E. Temple, Portland.
J. A. Allison, Portland.
T. J. Gardner, Portland.
William J. Brown. Everett
C P. Preston. I.os Annoles.
D. B. Fothengham, Spokane.
Julius Jnrohy, Chicago.
Leopold Pain, Chicago.
P. C. Holland, Portland;'
Joseph Leslie, Seattle.
Isaac Baum, Spokane.
.1. T Wolfe, Walla Walla.
E. B. Cavanaugh, San Francisco.
J. B. Browning, Tacoma.
F. E. l.ushman. San Francisco.
R. B. Stanley, San Francisco.
W. E. Compton, Chicago.
L. F. Sherman, Seattle.
rnnnfv. CninraOo. lij-ln-r hr r!i"
ha s'l"'' rv t-i rii. ..rnnP-if ei-i-. i mv family sooner or later being ob
(ff frr $r.nnn ,..ni ns!:j rhe offlr" i 1"'ts of church charity. I resolved to
The Hotel Bickers.
J. Z. Simpson, Seattle.
Mrs. Cnrlisle, city.
L. L. Lieuallen, Adams.
W. W. West, Portland.
Charles M. Whltelaw
Mnt Denning, Adams.
O. Hendrlckson, Adams.
Mrs. O. Hendrlckson. Adams.
Charles Martin, La Grande.
W. H. Babcock. Portland.
J. H. Hubbard, McKay.
R. E. T. Horn, Echo.
J. Y. Jncksou, San Francisco.
A. B. Bates, city.
R. D. McKlnnls, Lane.
Charles Bedell, Couer d'AIene.
C. Jackson, Chicago.
C Spilling. Chicago.
Julius F. Wagner, Pilot Rock.
W. P. Allen, city.
Mrs. N. E. Rice, Hudson Bay.
J. S. Cunningham, Portland.
New Goods Now
WE HAVE NOW RECEIVED A LARGE PART OF OUR NEW FALL
GOODS, AND WE INVITE ALL WHO ENJOY LOOKING AT NEW,
STYLISH GARMENTS, TO CALL AND SEE OUR FINE FALL LINES.
NEW STYLE COATS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN.
LADIES' NEW SHIRT WAISTS, THE VERY LATEST.
NEW DRESS TRIMMINGS AND BRAIDS.
NEW FALL STYLES IN SHOES. I
NEW BELTS, BAGS AND PURSES.
SUMMER LINES AT CUT PRICES.
AGENTS FOR McCALL'S PATTERNS.
Supply stores are being started
everywhere in the Chicago stock
yards districts for the purpose of
supplying the needy families of
Btrikers. National labor bodies have
The North German Lloyd steam
ship broke her own Atlantic record
by two hours nrd t', minutes, on the
last inn. making the voyage from
Llverpoo. tc New York in five days,
" 12 hours and 44 minutes.
The Pacific mail steamer, the Man-
ehurla, left San Francisco Wednes-'
day on her maiden trip to the Orient, j
She carried 200 cabin and 240 steer-1
age passengers. The Philippine com-!
mission sailed on the Manchuria fori
'The city of Marshfleld will Install
a new sewer service.
A Burvey for an electric railway
from Olympla to Tacoma Is now be
New fortifications aud modern
Buns nre to be placed In position at
Baker City liquor men have decid
ed to pay fines and observe the laws
on Sunday closing.
Mrs. Will Dodge, of Newberg, died
Wednesday as a result of Injuries re
ceived in a runaway.
A new high school building costing
$25,000, will bo completed by Sep
tember 16. at Ashland.
The oat yluld in Powell's valley Is
hut 20 bushels per acre this year, tho
usual yield being from 55 to G5 bush
els. Tho body of nn unknown elderly
man, n victim of forest fires, was
found on the Nehnlem, near Portland
Clmrlea II. Hamilton, colored, was
attacked and fatally stabbed by a
v.hito man In Portland, Tuesday
iiitrht about 2 o'clock.
Because a femato saloonkeeper,
Mrs. Marls Hammerllnck, refused to
wed him, George Smith, aged 49, com
mitted suicide by shouting himself
in Portland, Wednesday.
Mrs. Martha A. Loomls. of New
pert, died Wednesday, aged 02. She
v.as a daughter of William Raymond,
one of Oregon's first Indian agents,
Mho came to the state around Capo
Horn In 1838.
Many of the evidences of wealth
of Mrs. McVlckers, deceased, of
Pasadana, were found missing when
the vault was opened Wednesday.
Foul play Is now suspected mor.e
strongly than ever.
'Cigar store for sale.
Boarding and lodging houso, furni
ture and fixtures doing good business,
low rent good location, for sale.
We have anything you want in
real estate and It will cost you noth
ing to investigate.
E. T, WADE & 80N,
Office E. O. Building.
devote the years of my middle life
principally to business, and attempt
to improve some of the almost bound
less opportunities for "getting ahead"
In the temporal sense.
"As I said, I have not abandoned
the ministry. The work or tho Mas
ter as defined lp- the ministerial lines
Is as dear to me as ever, and the
need of more thorough work has
deepened upon me since I -have come
In contact with that side of life in
business that was turned from me
when I was a minister only, and I In
tend to re-enter it when I am no
longer dependen upon collections
and donations from people many of
whom can 111 afford to divert a penny
oven from the oidinary demands of
"It Is that phase or the ministerial
life that Is exceedingly distasteful to
me, and I made up my mind before
I entered upon a business life not to
re-enter It until ns a minister my
coming and going and the needs of
my family did not impose a burden
upon the poor who are protesting
Christians and want to have the gos
pel preached to them, hut do not have
the wherewithal to contribute to the
support or the church as they wish.
"While I believe in the coming or
the mlllonlum, yet the minister who
preaches ror a large purse will never
be a Tuctor In bringing the event
about. Self and the dollar must re
main unknown quantities. The suc
cessful minister or today must stand
on the same lovol financially as the
moving factors of his congregation.
Let him so preach as to win members
to tho church, and not dollars to his
R. M. Mayberry. city.
Goo. H. Sutherland, Walla Walla.
0. H. Holcprab, Seattle.
C. C. Babb, Kalamazoo.
L. K. Markell, San Francisco.
A. Slnshelmer, Portland.
S. B. Calderhead. Walla Walla.
H. A. .Miller, Chicago.
Miss Willis, Spokane.
M. L. Bowen, San Francisco.
E. R. Carr.
H. E. Daniels, Rossland.
William Maher. Portland.
G. M. Smith, Portland.
S. S. Butler. Stnrbuck.
M. C. Wade, Starbuck.
S. G. Dunn, - ortlnnd.
George Stevens, Spokane.
J. Fred Fisher, Spoknne.
J. Henry Kloeckner. Siokane. -
W. G. Rlxtol, Portland.
1. Frend. San Francisco.
W. If. Ervln, Union.
A Boy's Wild Ride for Life.
With ramlly around expecting hint
to die. and a son riding for life. 1ST
ntlles, to get Dr. King's New Discov
ery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds, W. H. Brown, of Leesvllle,
Iml., endured death's agonies from
asthma; but this wonderful medicine
gave Instant relief and soon cured
him. He writes: "I now sleep sound
ly every night." Like marvelous
cures of Consumption, ' Pneumonia.
Bronchitis, Coughs, Colds and Grip
prove Its matchless merit for all
Throat and Lung troubles. Guaran
teed bottles 60c and $1.00. Trial bot
tles tree at Tallman & Co. drug store.
E. J. MURPHY 1 2 1 Court Street
EXCURSION RATES TO ST,
LOUIS' Children of half-fare age, half the
1 above rates.
Columbia River Tickets will be on sale May 11, 12 I
and 13; June 16, 17 and 18; July 1, j
Notice to Contractors
Sealed bldB will be received at the 21
September 6 Opening St. Joseph's
September 12-17 Oregon State fair,
September 19 Opening or Pendle
ton public schools,
September 19, 20,21 Oregon Irriga
tion Association at Ontario, Malheur
September 20 Opening Pendleton
October 3-9 Spokano Interstate
Inland Empire Teachers' Associa
tion Pendleton, October 19. 20 and
office of the undersigned, until Fri
day at 9 a. m., September 2, for the
erection and completion or three
brick school houses above foundation,
to be built In Pendleton, Oregon. All
bids must bo made on blanks furnish
ed by the architect A certified
check of $500, made payablo to John
Halley, Jr., clerk of school board,
must accompany each bid, to be for
feited to the board In case the suc
cessful bidder failed to enter Into
bonds within five days after he had
boen awarded the contract. The
board reserves tho right to rejoct any
and all bids. Flans and specifica
tions can be se.cn at tho office of the
architect, room 12, Judd building,
JOHN HAILEY. JR., Clerk.
C. E. TROUTMAN,
Cloudburst at Sweetwater.
Lewlston, Sept. 1 The town of
Sweetwater narorwly .escaped destruc
tion yesterday afternoon by 'a cloud
burst on the hlufrs overlooking the
town. The water came down a
small canyon in the center or town
and for several minutes all of the
buildings were threatened. The Al
exander & Co. grain warehouse Is fill
ed with mud and gravol to a depth
or six inches, and the lower tier or
sqeks or grain has been badly dam
aged by tho wator, Tho storm com
menced In the afternoon' about 4
o'clock and In a few minutes tho wa
ters were rushing down the canyon
In a solid wall six feet high.
Commencing September first, blan
kets will bo washed at the Pendleton
Woolen Mills, at tho following prices1
White blankets, $1,00 por pair.
Colored blankets, 7Cc per pair,
Indian robes, DOe each
Ulankotu and robes must he dolly-
National' Irrigation Association. El
Paso, Texas, November 1C-18.
BucklerVs Arnica Salve,
Has world wide fame for marvelous
cures. It surpasses any other salve,
lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts,
Corns, Burns, Bolls, Sores, Felons,
Ulcers, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Fever
Sores. Chapped Hands, Skin Erup
tions; Infallible for Piles. Cure guar
anteed. Only 26c at Tallman & Co.'s,
Notice Is hereby given, that the co
partnership heretorore existing be
tween W. S. Llndsey and J. M. Kra
mer, in the livery business In Pendle
ton, Oregon, has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent. J. M.
Kramer will continue tho business at
the old stand, 'pay all hills against
the old rirra, and collect all accounts
due the same.
J. M. KRAMER.
W. 8. L.NDSEY.
Russia Is said to have contracted
a loan or $225,000,000 from German
Mru and Women Unanimous About It.
Many women woep and wall and refuse
to be comforted because tholr once mag
nificent trossos have become thin and
faded. Many men incline to profanity
because the dies bite through the thin
thatch on their cranlums. It will be good
news to the miserable of both soxea, to
learn that Newbro's Horplclde lias been
Flaced upon the market. This Is the new
ecnlp germicide and antiseptic that nets
by destroying- the germ or microbe that
Is the underlying cause of all hair de
struction. Horplclde Is a new prepare
Hon, made after a new formula on an
entire y now principle. Anyone who has
tried it will tostlfy as to Its worth. Try
It yourself and be convinced, Rnl. i,y
The Washington &.
For the World's Fair at St. Louis i 2 and 3: August 8, 9 and 10: Septem-1
the following rates are announced: her 5, C and 7; October 3, 4 and 5.
.To St. Louis, going via St. Paul i Good going ten days from date of
or Billings, returning any dl- Isale, returning, 90 days from date of
rlct route $60,001 sale.
To Chicago, going vit SL Paul I Good for stop-over at any point1
or Billings, returning any dl- within the limits.
rect route 65.00 For full Information regarding
To St. Louis, returning from routes, side trips, etc., call on or ad-
Chicago, or dress, WALTER ADAMS, AGT., i
To Chicago, returning from St. S. B. CALDERHEAD, Pendleton,
Louis 62.50 ' General Passenger Agent, Ore.
To St. Louis, returning vlo Chi- ' Walla Walla. Wash,
cago, or i
To Chicago, returning via St. Hypocrisy Is the tribute the false
Louis 65.00 pays to the true.
First-cla6s In every particular. Modern In all appointments.
Splendidly furnished throughout. Service the very best.
The Hotel Cruise Is located at the corner of Webb and Cot
tonwood streots in a new building built especially for hotel pur
poses. Each room Is large and comfortable, being well lighted
and well ventilated. In furnishing this hotel, the best of every
thing was purchased, and attention has been given to the artis
tic effect aj w.ell as comfort
The Hotel Cruise la a model place for lodgers, traveling men
and citizens who seek a first-class place wh,ere rates ere not high.
Cafe In connection. Short orders served at all times.
GAINING ITA if E"
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH."
GET IT, Don't accept a substitute.
BECK, THE PLUMBER
Has moved to Cottonwood street, between Water and Court He li
better prepared than ever before to do high-class plumbing at reasons
ble rates. Estimates cheerfully given. If you have work to do la bit
lino see him before you go elsewhere.
BECK, the Reliable Plumber
ELATERITE IS MINERAL RUBBER
We properly temper It for each particular climate. Then, upon a
Jute canvasB we build up a fire, water and acid proof roofing material, with
n Biuuuu uiiua suriacB auu a wool iei t paper ary sneet or backing.
tvv, isy me Kooas, or
"KNOCKED THE STUFFING
and broke It Into splinters, may
been the fate of your carriage
It was run Into by something;
"there Is balm in Gllead," or the
pleasure in knowing that In our
you can have It made good as
We do all kinds of carriage repa!
and blacksmitblng In a skillful
superior manner. We set tires '
hydraulic pressure: does It be
does It while you wait; does not !
or deface your wheels and aids
the life of the rig. Call and iH
work. We have Winona WM
Hacks and Buggies, and Stoker C
A WORLD OF VALUE
lit our slngl.e and combination 4
rings for ladles. .And a world
A great deal of money need no!
expended to secure something t
Vffi buy our rings from ono of
largest factories In Now York.
Let us show them to you ev
you aro not ready to buy.
Jeweler and Optician
Per set, J6.00; gold crowd
14.00; silver filling, 60c;
We are thoroughly equlpf
with all1 modern methods
appliances, and guarantee d
work to be of the highest sU
dard, and our prices the lowe
consistent with first-class wor