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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1904.
in the North
Terry Brennan. one of the best
known characters In Alaska, and one
of the first of the frontiersmen of
the West to go to the Klondike, Is
visiting in Denver while on his way
back from his old home in New York
state, which he had not seen since
he was a boy, it! years ago. says the
Seven year ago. at the beginning
of the great gold excitement and con
sequent rush to the Klondike country.
Breanan was living in Butte, Mont.,
where he was known as "sport" and
as an early frontiersman. He had a
raputation as a prizefighter and as a
promoter of that sport, while his
brother was known over the world
as the world's champion for 200
When he heard of the great riches
and of the great excitment to be
found In the new gold camps in the
far North, the desire to keep to the
van of civilisation, which had prompt
?d him to come West when be was
hut a boy. called Brennan to the
Klondike. Arriving there he
tbat the wealth of the country had
RIFLEMEN AT SEA GIRT.
Ten-Day' Tournament of National
Sea Girt, N. J.. Sept. 1 Rifle
teams from several states are here
for the annual meeting and compen
petitions of the National Riflo Asso
ciation. The meeting opens this
afternoon with the Inspectors' match,
which will be followed by the Sea
bnry and Spencer matches.
The tournament program covers
10 days and Includes the Columbia
trophy match at 200 and 500 yards,
a carbine team match, the Wimble
don Cun match, company and regi
mental team matches, the Dryden
trophy match and Individual bull's
On Monday next the feature or the
day's program will be the cadet
match between Annapolis and West
Point. The various contestants have
made splendid scores in their prac
tice work and before the tournament
Is ended It Is expected some new
scores will be established.
FORTY CAUGHT IN NEW
YORK POLICE RAID.
Tip From Wronged Husband Led to
the Discovery of Gambling Rooms
Guarded by Two Women Lookouts
All Weref Highly Respectable
Most of Them Wore Diamonds
Two Male Companions Under Arrest.
State Days at the World's Fair.
St. Lonls. Sept. 1 Indiana and
Tennessee divided the honors at the
exposition today. Governor Frailer
and staff, together with many visit
ors. -took part in the celebration of
found I Tennessee Day and Governor Durbin
, and another large party of visitors
not been overestimated, but that the from the Hosier state helped to make met
hardships to be endured were greater , the celebration of Indiana Day a dis
than be bad ever dreamed of. ! tinrt success. Parades were features
Pays Better Than Mining. I of both celebrations, the Tennessee
, visitors marcning irom tne Aamims-
New York. Sept. 1. Captain Hayes j
of the West Thirty-seventh street po
lice station, received an anonymous '
letter yesterday morning from a man 1
who said his wife was squandering all i
the money he gave her and more too
In a pool room and gambling house I
patronized exclusively by women. j
With several detectives he went In
the afternoon to a four-story brown i
stone house In West Thirty-ninth '
street, the place complained of. An 1
attack was made from front and rear
Barricaded doors were forced.
In the rear hallway the captain was
by two women lookouts. They
That pleases the taste.
That Is wholesome.
That is sanitary.
That Is full weiflhL
That Is always good.
That Is always fresh.
That Is the BEST.
New and Sanitary.
New Martin Building, Webb
Street. 'Phone 2991 Main.
After trying raining and staking i
out several claims for himself in the
t rat ion building to
i . . a n...i.
neighborhood of Dawson. Brennan na n no,r "'""'
rame back to Juneau and founded the delegation from Indiana pa-
to the Indiana building.
We have located a branch office in
Pendleton, and will make collecting
threw their arms around his neck defunct bills a specialty. .o account
and hugged him real tightly. Finally ; too old for us to handle.
wnen me l-hhuiu uirnutmeu. uiej rr- n,.r nl. i. col eetlons. no
biistnes which has made him one of
the wealthiest men In that land of
Nothing paid better, or does still In Commemoration of Massacre,
tiay better. In Alaska than the tavern i Monroe. Mich.. Sept. 1. With im
and dance hall business, and, of , prestve ceremony and In the pres
course, that included several other ence of a large crowd a handsome
sources of revenue on the side. He monument was unveiled here today
founded and still owns the most pop-1 tn commemoration of the battle and
ular theater in Alaska, the Peerless. i massacre of the Raisin river, which
and his place has become the meet
ing point for miners and river men
on the Yukon returning with their
bags of cold dust and nuggets In all
the gold district of Alaska.
It is said that enough gold bullion
hag passed over Brennan's bar and
into his coffers to pay a king's ran
som. A good deal of It has gone into
others' hands, out enough remains
occurred January 22 and 23. 1S13.
The unveiling was preceded by a pa
rade of military and civic organlza
tlons. The oration of the day was
deltvered by United States Senator
J. C. Burrows.
Poolrooms Must Close.
Xew Orleans, Sept. 1. the death
to make Brennan one of the richest i "e" i"" "",""
of the KJondlkers. Iew or,eaDB ad 1"here 'n "i8-
Brennan is enthusiastic over the !"n ,w8 9.,,nd!d, l0a Wh"
prospects for the future of Alaska. Hunslcke and poolroom law became
j i.ii.. .i . t. i- j u uuemuvf. i ne new m annLiitrr. i
come the great mining center for
1 .... Win. anA kn ntlmtia tt,TVttrVi
the Tea? window Ynto the back par'-1 es. Suits instituted, Judgments
lor. j advertised.
There were 41' women in the place ' The Van Alstlne-Gordon & Co., Mer-
and two men. The men were greatly j cantlle Agency, H. V. Llpe
excited, the women w-ere cool as cu- Co., Mrgs.
cumbers. ;ii9 E Court st. 'Phone Main 311.
"Ladles," said the captain, "you '
need not be alarmed. We are only
going to hold the principals." r"DTTClJCT
"Ye are not alarmed," said the -iu LKUoIll-i
in chorus. Many of them were rather , .;.(
good looking. Most of them wore FJJl S
The captain noticed that the wo
men did not care to move about. He
investigated and found that most of
them were standing over piles of
chips and bits of racing cards. One
woman was holding a small roulette
This is a manicure set." she told
Not Made by a Trust
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115 COURT STREET.
A fine line Just received, to be serv-
ed with ice cream at our fountain. ) J
We have Peach Marine, that refresh-
Ing drink. '
THE CABINET j:
Candles, Soda, Ice Cream, Cigar
We arc moving ur stock Into our new room, where we m
be in better position o dlsplnv our splendid line of new goods,
Rn. ti,Ta line nln'al'ii linnn n eoll Inn,). , n .
will continue the policy. In moving we find we have some odds aid
ends of various different lines which we will sell at cost and below
lii order to clean up our stock.
In onr new store will be found a large, bright, frrsh assort
tnent of furniture, mattresses, springs, couches nnd rocuers, chairs
etc. ' '
WE WANT YOUR STOVE TRADE, and can furnish you with,
Setter and more satisfactory iiratlng or cook stove than nny store
m i-enaieton. i-orae in ana ue uip juuge.
A carload of new goods Ju?t in.
He took it with him to ,' and ln season.
the station. He also carried away a
large quantity of cnips. racing cards,
a telephone which had been concealed
in a trunk, a red and black outfit and
two roulette w.ieels The two men
were made prisoners. The women
210 Court Street
209 Court St., H. J. Wilkinson, Prop. ' ,
the I penalty to running a poolroom or be- j were told to go and never gamble
world. The early mining was almost
entirely placer work and searching
for dust and nuggets, and although '
this has greatly diminished, the
quart i mining has more than taken ;
On Douglas island, situated across
the nay from Juneau, is located the
great stamp mill of the Treadweil
mine, the largest stamp mill in the
world, running 12ii stamps constant-'
ly. nieht and day. the only holidays ,
ever being recognized being Christ-,
mas and the Fourth of July Three
shifts of eight hours each are used j
in working around and in the mill, j
The ore is of rather low grade. run-J
nlng about J3.5ti a ton. although the !
small cost of reduction brings the
ing employed in one amounting to a
i fine of not less than $200 or not more
than SS00 with imprisonment for six I
again. None of them promised.
J. L. VAUGHN
What's in a Name?
Everything is in the name when it
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E .C.
DeWitt & Co., of Co.cago. discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that Is a specific
for Piles. For blind, bleeding. Itch
ing and protruding Piles, escema.
cuts, burns, bruises and all skin dis
eases. DeWitt's Salve has no equal.
This has given rise to numerous
worthless counterfeits. Ask for De
Witt's the genuine Sold by Tallman
From 148 to 92 Pounds.
One of the most remarkable cases
of a cold deep seated on the lungs,
causing pneumonia, is that of Mrs
Gertrude E. Fenner, Marion. Ind.. who
was recently cured by the use of One
Minute Cough Cure. She says: "The
coughing and straining so weakened
me that I ran down in weight from
148 to 92 pounds. I tried a number
of remedies to no avail until I used
One Minute Cough Cure Four bot
tles of this wonderful remedy cured ,
me entirely of the cough, strengthen
ing my lungs and restored me to my
normal weight, health and strength "
Sold by Tallman i Co
Prompt attention given and all
work executed properly.
Electrical Supplies or all klndi
OFFICK-121 WEST COURT ST.
FOH SALE AT TIIE EAST OKEGOMAN
oClce large bundles of newspapers, con
taining over 100 big papers, can be obtain
ed (or 2." cents a bundle.
DYERS' BEST FLOUR
Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread li
assured when Byers' Best Flour Is used. Bran, shorts, steam roll
ed barley always on hand.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Prop.
actual profit up considerably, the cost
of reduction being only $1.25 a ton. Fairbanks Opens Campaign
There are many mines in the neigh-1 Marion. Kas.. Sept. 1. The repub
borhood of Juneau, some of the rich-1 jican campaign in Kansas was for
est being within three or four miles mally opened here today with a roua.
of the city. I jng demonstration which was attend-
.Dawson Losing Supremacy. ; ed by political organizations and in
riflwann still romnina tho nmr I dividuals from all sections of the
of the mining industry, but It is rap-1 s,ate- Tne cnlef speaker of the day
Idly losing its supremacy. Juneau is I was Senator Fairbanks, republican
a citv of about 8000 neoDle. and is ! candidate for vice-president, his ad-
now governed under Its own municl- dress being the .rst campaign speech
pal laws, a system which creatly
lessens ihe power of the United
States Judges, the supreme controll
ing power In the territory-. In the
"It Is only within the last year that A Power for Good.
the larger cities of Alaska have been The pills tbat are potent In their ac-
' he has delivered since his notifica
tion. Another speaker of the day was
E. W. .Hoch, the republican candidate
for governor of Kansas.
allowed even this much self-govern
ment, and they are already showing
the benefits derived from the change.
It took several years of hard work on
the part of James McCluakey and
other wealthy mineowners of Juneau
to obtain the charter for the city. The,
local self-government was opposed
principally by the missionaries, who
knew that If the matter were put to
vote, that liquor would be admitted
to the territory. Up to the time tbat
the cities were allowed to govern
themselves no liquor could legally be
brought Into the territory. Needless
to say, this law was not respected,
and hence it wat determined to aTIow
it to be sold, charging an extremely
high license for the privilege."
Hon and pleasant in effect are Do
Witt's Little Early Risers. W. S.
Phllpot, of Albany. Ga says: "Dur
ing a bilious attack took one. Small
as It w-as, it did me more good than
calomel, blue mass or any other pill
I ever took and at the same time the
effect was pleasant. Little Early
Risers are certainly an Ideal pill."
Sold by Tallman : Co.
Ninth Iowa District.
Council Bluffs, Iowa, Sept. 1. The
democratic congressional convention,
of the Ninth district Is being held
here today to name a candidate to op
pose Congressman Walter I, Smith,
All indications point to the nomina
tion of Hamilton Wilcox of Griswold.
Personally Conducted Excursion
On September C the O. R. & N
will run a through tourist sleeper to
St. Louis, under the personal super
vision of Mr. R. A. Smith, city ticket
agent at Walla Walla, who will go
through to St. Louis with the car. A 1
side trip will be made to Salt Lakejt
City, where arrangements have been j 2
made for an organ recital in the big
Tabernacle for the benefit of passen
gers ln this car. Reservation can be
made with the local agent and should
be made as early as possible. Detail
ed information can be had by calling
on or addressing E. C. Smith, agent
O. R. & N. Co.
R. BURNS, General Agent,
Walla Walla, Wash.
The Stomach Is the Man.
A weak stomach weakens the man,
because It cannot transform the food
he eats into nourishment. Health and
strength cannot be restored to any
sick man or weak woman without
first restoring health and strength to
the stomach. A weak stomach can
not digest enough food to feed the
tissues and revive the tired and run
down limbs and organs of the body.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what
you eat, cleanses and strengthens the
glands and membranes of the stom
ach, and cures Indigestion, dyspepsia
and all stomach troubles. Sold by
Tallman & Co.
Bug Landlord Don's you want to buy a nice cottage, Mr Worm? t- ' '
. Mr, Applewonn Not that one; I'm afraid the children would have Uie cramis all th tin,.. V ',,
Money Saved Is
IF YOU BUY A BUGGY OR WAGON, OR A FARM IMPLEMENT BECAUSE IT IS CHEAP, IT
OFTEN PROVES TO BE VERY EXPENSIVE ECONOMY, AS IT TURNS OUT TO BE CHEAPEi. IN
QUALITY THAN IN PRICE. I DO NOT PRETEND TO COMPETE WITH THE "CHEAP JOHN"
OUTFITS FROM THE EAST WHO ARE HERE TODAY AND GONE TOMORROW, AND WHO UN
LOAD SOME CHEAP ARTICLE ON YOU AND ARE NOT HERE TO MAKE IT GOOD WHEN THE
PAINT WEARS OFF AND IT PROVES ITS SHODDINESS. I AM HERE TO STAY. I WILL
CHARGE YOU A REASONABLE PRICE AND GUARANTEE MY GOODS TO BE AS REPRESENTED.
IN FACT, I WILL NOT CARRY CHEAP, SHODDY GOODS, BECAUSE I EXPECT YOUR TRADE
THI8 YEAR AND EVERY YEAR. TO KEEP FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS IN THE IMPLEMENT
BUSINESS THE ONLY WAY 18 TO SELL GOODS THAT ARE A CONSTANT RECOMMENDATION
TO YOUR STOCK. GOODS THAT WILL STAY BY YOU AND IN THE END SAVE YOU MONEY,
YOUR TIME AND YOUR PATIENCE. A GLANCE OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST WILL PROVE
THAT I AM HANDLING ONLY THE BE8T GRADES OF IMPLEMENTS AND MAY SUGGEST
SOMETHING YOU ARE IN NEED OF. ALL I ASK OF YOU IS TO COME IN AND COMPARE THE
"QUALITY" OF MY GOODS AND PRICES WITH WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN PAYING ELSEWHERE
AND I KNOW I WILL GET YOU FOR A CUSTOMER. I HANDLE THE CELEBRATED
HODGE HEADERS, BINDERS, RAKE8 AND MOWERS.
THE CHAMPION REAPER.
THE CELEBRATED RACINE BUGGIES AND HACK8.
THE OLD RELIABLE BAIN WAGONS.
WHEN ANOTHER DEALER TELLS YOU HIS WAGON IS JUST A8 GOOD AS THE BAIN
WAGON IT 18 A TRIBUTE TO THE SUPERIORITY OF THE BAIN.
SUPERIOR DRILLS Superior of all Drills.
THE HAINE8-HOU8ER HARVESTER Said to be far and away the Beat .Combined Harvester
on the market
WASHINGTON DOUBLE DISK WEEOER.
THE WELL KNOWN CANTON AND FLYING DUTCHMAN PLOW8, AND GANG PLOWS.
THEN THERE IS A H08T OF OTHER THINGS I ALWAYS HAVE IN STOCK, SUCH A8
AXLE GREASE AND LUBRICATING OILS, WAGON JACKS, DOUBLE TREES AND SINGLE TREES,
WHIPS AND WHIP STOCK 8, MONKEY WRENCHES, BOLTS, VALVE 8, BABBITT, WHEELBAR
ROWS, BLACKSMITH TOOLS, RUBBER HOSE FOR WATER TANKS, AFRICAN WATER BAGS,
BELTING AND LACING AND OTHER ARTICLES. I AM HERE TO DO BUSINESS AND TO GET
YOUR BUSINESS AND KEEP IT. YOU WILL FIND THAT I WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUE
run tuuh MUiNty YOU CAN GET IN TOWN. COME AROUND AND INVESTIGATE.
SUCCESSOR TO UMATILLA IMPLEMENT COMPANY.
Comet Court and Thompson Streets