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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, 8EPTEMBER 1, 1904.
THE DANCING SEASON
OPENS THURSDAY EVENING
And all the ladles should have their feet fitted with a nice new pair
of slippers. Our new stock has arrived and we are prepared to fit
all the feet. Call early and net the pick of our large stock.
J DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
GOOD SHOES CHEAP. 'Phone Main 1131.
BONDS ARE VOTED
PILOT ROCK HOLDS
School District Made Same Mistake
That Pendleton Made In Voting
Bonds Election Resulted In $2500
Bonds Being Carried by Vote of 27
to 8 School Opens on September
19 With Two Teachers.
Pilot Rock school district ' No. 1
made the same mistake that Pendle
ton made In her bond .election In not
designating the manner In which the
bonds were' to be sold, and conse
quently was compelled to call a sec
ond election, although the bond issue
carried the first time.
Yesterday the second election was
held and bonds to the amount of
$2500 were voted by a majority of 27
to S, and today H. H. Gilbert, chair
man of the hoard of directors Is in
the city, making application for a I
loan of state school funds on the
James A. Fee, representing the
state land board, Is investigating the
legal phases of the bond Issue and
will report on the same to the state.
As soon as the bond sale Is arrang
ed Pilot Rock district will erect an
elegant now school house to accom
modato the increasing school popu
lation. There are now a3 scholars In Pilot
Rock district. Miss Grace Gllham
and Miss MeAllstor are the teachers
for the ensuing year and the school
term will open on Soptembor 19.
H. H. Gilbert, W. T. Harrison and
T. D. Waugh compose the school
.board and those gentlemen are en-1
inusiastic over tne immediate pros
pects or improvements in
Work on Congregational Building Is
Complete First Service Sunday
The Congregational church will re
sume services next Sunday morning.
Extensive repairs and improvements
have been made on tho building, the
interior having been thoroughly rcn
ovnted. The graining done on tho woodwork
is of n high order and nrtlstic. Pul-
IN THE DESERT
FIRST NEW HOUSE BEING
BUILT AT MAXWELL.
Will Be Headquarters for the Irriga
tion Company Large Force of Men
Now Working on Ditches and Dam
Main Camp at Mouth of Butter
Creek Abundance of Good Well
Water Found Near Surface.
The foundation is being laid for
the first building on the townslto of
Maxwell, six nnd a half miles east
of Umatilla nnd .eight miles west of
Echo. This building is to ho tho of
fice headquarters of tho ditch com
pany, nnd will he n substantial build
ing. It will be followed in a short time
by a hotul and n store building nnd
several residences, nnd before tho,
opening of winter It Is expected that
the place will be n .trading center for
n consldrnblo area.
A gang of m,en working 24 horses
began work Tuesdny on tho main
ditch, and In n short time the force
nl, fOmlr tilntfnrm nml ntfllnn nrn ro
carpeted, book racks have hen placed ! increased to between 60 nnd
on the pews, and tho seats aro cush
Among the new furnishings aro pul
pit and choir chnirs. The Sunday
school will meet nt 10 o'clock and
preaching service at 11.
The pastor will preach on "The
Sanctuary of God." Thero will he
special music nnd tho new hymn
book will be used for tho first time.
In the evening the last of the series
of union services will bo held in this
church. The young people's meeting
at 7 nnd preaching nt S o'clock. .
Rev. G. L. Hnll, minister of tho
Baptist church will preach tho sermon.
GO horses and a corresponding num.
her of men. The main camp is nt the
mouth of Huttor creek. There Is nl-
sequel to tho following from tho last
Issue of tho Prnlrlo Miner:
"Some tlmo ago n timber hind no
tice was published In tho Minor by
Jnmes Campbell, of Idaho. If It hnd
not boon noticed in tlmo. It would
have resulted in considerable troublo ,
for the Standard people I J
I nils iiiuuer mini muiuu
the Standard mine, and had It not i
been caught In time, would probably J
i hnvo caused Mime lltlgntlon. Mr. i
Houser's nttcntlon wns cnllcd to It
ond ho Immediately set out for tho 1
United States lnnd office in La ;
Grande, to make protest.
"Ho nrrlvcd nt tho land offlco one
hour before the tlmo of protest ex
pired, nnd in this way stopped what
might otherwise hnve become a title.
"The same stnto of facts has hap
pened In other places nt times nnd Is
but another Illustrntlon of a vicious
law which permits land and timber
entries to be filed over mining prop
erties. Grnntlng that such n title
might be defeated, It mnkes It possi
ble to cause endless trouble nnd ex
Say You !
BACK FROM CALIFORNIA.
Hotel Man From Moscow Tells of Ir
rigation In the Southwest.
11. L. Johnston, wife and daughter
of Moscow, Idaho, are in town on
route home from the extreme south
eastern corner of tho stnto of Cali
fornia, whoro thoy hnve boon for the
past year. Mr. Johnston took lnnd
in tho Imperial valley, and also took
the first opportunity to sell out nnd
The Imperial valley, or a portion
HAVE YOU BOUGHT THAT DINNER SET YOU PROMISED
YOUR WIFE? IN ABOUT TEN DAYS WE WILL MOVE AND
EVERYTHING GOES BACK TO THE pLD PRICE, SO IF YOU
INTEND TO REDEEM YOURSELF 3
Do It Now
HELP US MOVE. WE HELP YOU WITH THE PRICE.
Sewer Connections and Removing
Closets Must Be Looked After.
The city authorities aro fast realiz
ing that the only way In which head
way can possibly bo made in the
work of making sower connections is
to compel them to be made when ar
gument and persuasion nnd patience
are all exhausted. To this ond they
have begun serving notices on delin
quents to make connections and also
remove old closets and clean out
cesspools and fill them up.
During the month of July
ready controversy over tho nnmo of ()f it, is being irrlgnted from a ditch
the town nnd postofflco, nnd nt this C5 miles long from tho Colorado river. J
time neither can bo nscertnlned to a ! The soil Is of great fertility, but the j
certainty, though a petition has been j climate Is excessively hot almost
sent In for tho location of the latter. unbearably so to most white people. .
One of tho fortunate features re-, Every kind of soml-troplcnl product I
garding the locntion of tho town Is Cnn bo raised In tho valley with wa- J
the abundance nnd nearness of tho ter. Whent and barley do not do well ,
very finest quality of water. At a I because the heat shrivels the grain. J
depth of 19 feet, In gravel, water Is mi wlth nn nbundnncc of moisture
found which rises seven feet, and no ! both nroducts run to an extreme de-
'amount of pumping makes tho slight- velopniont of straw. .
! est perceptible decrease In tho dopt.h. I The private company which made
! The water-bearing strata Is Just bo-1 the first opening under wnter rights J
neath a very hard strata somewhat j i,ng been mismanaged, and Is dlapos-,
resembling what Is cnlled In the Mid-1 ng 0f aii its privileges to the govern-1 J
die West, "soapstone." Abovo the j nient, which will "reopen the district'.
soapstone is surface son nveragtng t under the reclamation net, whereat
from 12 to 15 feet in depth on the there Is great and undisguised rejolc
townslto. lug among tho people, seeking homes
under Colorado river rights.
WON MEDAL AT FORT RILEY. I The Cri-mlle ditch referred to, and
( many of the laterals wero neglected
Fort Wrlnht Private Returnlnn With and mlsninnnged by tho company-
Trophies From Government Shoot. , they caved In filled up with drifting ,
OWL TEA HOUSE
IN EVERY RESPECT.
Bearing a medal from congress for
1 inir im his wnv tn Fort Wrlnht. Sno
hut 10 1 kane, from Fort Riley, Kan., where he
sands nnd leaked until wnter upon .
which every dependence wns made ,
connections were made, and during j attended the national target contests.
August but tnree. At tins rate some Private Cox was a member of the ,
eight or 10 years would elapse before ' mam trom the division of the Pacific i
the requirements wero met by nil auu siu jn the general contest be-1
those now nronortv owners In the 1 it.o., tin. vnrimm lir.nirhns of tho i
their dls-1 town, with no allowance made for army an,i navy, the marine corps nnd I
lncreage in population and number of ' national piard.
houses, hence tho determination to The Infantry secured third plaro In :
at once institute drastic mensures. tno aIloot atl(1 each member of the
i team was presented with n bronze
Left Money for Bandits. 1 trophv. The record was 4250 out of!
O R. & X. westbound train No. 5, ; - 1nasii,i, nnnn Tim Now York
guardsmen secured first place and ,
the navy second. Nineteen teams
in munimunsnip. rnvnie , ... , , - ,n,,.,n,.rfl wnHtp,l
I.. Cox. Company E, 10th. J ., ., tllnf Hm.Cn.,,i. nt I
was in Pendleton this morn- r" " ;. ., 1
by the heat, and destitution, loss nnd ,
suffering on a considerable scale re-:
Mr. Johnston Is one or the best
known hotel men in tho NorthweBt,
of the smaller towns.
OF CLOTHES THAT EXCEL THE WORK OF LOCAL TAItftJ
I n cob Art c. WUtllM LUUKING AI AND ASKING ABOUT.
ANYONE WHO HAS WORN ONE OF OUR "BETTER" SUIT
AND A FRIEND -WILL SPEAK TO YOU.
THESE SELL AT $18.00, $20.00 AND $25.00.
ARE ALSO SELLING A LINE AT
BEATS THE LOCAL MERCHANTS A MILE
Tallman & Co.'s window
says so. It talks this week.
Talks about Bath Brushes, Bath
Mittens, Bath and Toilet Soaps,
Sponges. Sponga Bags, Perfum
ed Waters, Tsilot Powders, ete.
This window is well posted on
Rath and Toilet requisites.
Come In and listen. Season
right. Assortment complete.
Tallman b Co.
which arrives bore tonight nt 11
o'clock. Is tho ono which left the
$10,000 at Konimoror, Wyo., yester
day, ?S50 of which was stolon from
Matched Game Will Be Played Be.
tween La Grande and Pendleton.
Baseball nt Pendleton on Inbor
Day has been abandoned. The only
match that could be made was with
the La Grande team, and as La 1 '
lost on S'teipe
the Short Line station agent by ban- j semativ08 of the Department of the on Monday next. ;
dlts. The tourist nnd Pullman crews , Columlla at tll0 pacific contest hold i finally effected by
shot In this ovont. Grande has a Labor Day observance
Private Cox was one of tho repre-' the team could not leave that place
A coninromise was 1
an aureemont for
that pass hero tonight on tho train!,,. Mmitnmv rial. His nvoniiont i hr two tennis to nlnv at I.a Grande 2
are the ones that passed Kemmeror f sno()tillg at,Curod for him tho prlvll-, Sunday.
yesterday, all the other crews having j ef?e ()f attondlng the army moot at . The line-up of gie Pendloton team
been changed. - Kort sheridau, 111., and finally tho ! is as follows: F. M. Downey. left
; ', ' general army and navy ovents nt ' field and manager; Moscoe Kroome.
Will Adjust Grain Loss. Fort H1.. IIo Ig sorving his first , first base; Hoy Alexander, second
H. uavonpori, oi apoKane, aujusieri01)ll!(lmollt ,n UlP nrn,.. and , , ,)aHe. Kred Hartmnn, third bnHe:
for the Ach-Munlch Flr.o Insurance y,.llrM f .lgo
Company, arrived yesterday and with ;
J M. Bontiov went down to Harry
Rogers' place to adjust the loss by
(Ire which Mr. Rogors experienced
Saturday last, when he had 120 acres
of rye burned.
MILTON SHAW DEAD.
Well Known and Popular High School
Student Dies From Appendicitis.
Milton Shaw, the lS-year-old son of
S. G. Shaw, a prominent Wild Horse
farmer, died this morning of nppen
Robert Krugor, short top: J. Dry son.
pitcher; Guy Hryson, catcher; Lester
Cronln, center field; Hurry Heath
man, right field. These positions an
nil subject to change.
Will Remain In Pendleton,
Mrs. E. Ii. Dlboll and Miss Kettle
Plummer left this morning for Wnlla
been ' "". wnero tuey win visit uir soon-
nays, iicturning tnoy win stop ior u
few days with Miss Una Dlbell before
' New Art Rooms.
.T W Harbour nf Tnpnnm
lonso.l n room on Court strpnt nnd dlcitis. The young man had
gone into the business of picture sick hut a few days and death oc
irnming, enlarging y.ciures, . u i.g ""'"- ... . , .returning to Wnlcott. Ind. Miss Dl
rrayon worn mm carrying ami aomg . . " .,, ,n r(,mn i.oro fnr sf!v
tie was a pupu nt tne , - - ----- -
t-'lill IMtJIllUB UN ,l 111.1
ns she finds this climate very favorable.
' a full lino of business under tho gen-! Pendleton.
al head Indicated.
"If you would be wealthy, think of
saving as well as gotting." Every
young man and every young woman
Hhnuld lay aside a portion of their ln
como. And tho time to begin? Right
now. Start with a small deposit. This
bank It nt your service,
"MONEY HATH WINGS."
hlch BChool and would have graduat
ed next June. He was very popular
among the members of his claBS and
had u large number of friends and
acquaintances In this city.
Ho took a prominent part in tho
debates nnd entertainments at the
high school and represented bis insti
tution last spring at tho Inland Em
pire Inter-scholastlc declamatory con
test hold at Wnlla Walla.
Tho funeral will tako place tomor
row morning at 10:30 o'clock. Rev.
Robert Warner, pastor of tho First
Methodist Episcopal church, will of
tlctalo. Interment will be In tho city
J. G. Cutler Recovering.
J. G. Cutler, chief engineer of tho
W. & C. H., who has been dnngorous
ly 111 slnco being operated on for
appendicitis, is now able to drivo out,
and a rapid reoovory Is looked for.
A heart troublo doveloped, which
caused his friends great concern.
j New Hats for the Fa
i i i in
$1.50 TO Slit
JUDGE ELLIS RETURNED.
Enjoyed Outing In the i.-ountalns and
Is Ready for the Attorneys.
"I enjoyed myself, but a wook of it
was enough," declnred Circuit Judgo
W. R. Ellis, who returned Inst night
irom a brief outing In tho moun
tains. Tho Judge and his family
were nt Hldnway and Lehman
"I tramped all over tho mountains,"
he continued, "I didn't kill any gamo
hut I caught nil tho fish I wanted to
ont. Such trips nnd sleeping on nil
kinds of beds Is a little too strenuous
When the judge nppenred at tho
county court houso this morning ho
carried n rifle In his hunds. "Any
tlmo an attorney submits a brlof of
this kind," ho said, "I shall bo do
lighted to glvo it instant consideration."
Grocers Close at 7 O'clock.
Beginning tonight all the grocery
stores In Pendleton will closo prompt
ly at 7 o'clock. This understanding
has beon reached after a conference
of grocers and clerks and will bo in
effect until further notice.
BAER. (& DALEY
One-Price Furnishers and Hatters
64,000 Bushels Wheat.
Lnlng & Hartnett, lessees of Dr. C.
J. Smtlh's Juniper farm of 2180 acres,
havo vory nearly finished cutting,
with combines. Tho average yield
Is a little over 30 bushols per ncro,
and tho quality is ns flno as any in
tho Juniper country.
Q-room modorn dwelling, good loca
tion, li lots, fine basement, every
thing now and up-to-date, $3000.
C-room house, 4 lots, barn, chicken
ynrd, shado trees, $1750.
Modern C-room cottngo, C fine lots,
flno soil, $2600.
C-Room house, nice Improvements,
shade trees $1100.
280 acres flno land; ologant house;
closo to town, JGDOj.
180 acres finest wheat 1!
G40 acres urnln land. $10,N
C40 acres grain land, weDl
Office rooms for rent.
Timber land for sale.
Timber locations made.
If you wish to buy or i
call on mo in my offlMi
C. C. BERKELEY
Will Go to California.
J. E. Sharpc, having sold out of tho
harboring business, will romovo to
San Joso, Cnl. At least that Is his
presont Intention, subject to amend
ment after going to Snn Joso and
looking over tho field.
STANDARD MlHE JUMPED.
County Clerk Frank Sallng has is
sued a liconso to marry to tho fol
lowing: E. M. Churchill, of Yakima
county, Wnshlngton, and Miss Mabel
West, of Umatilla county.
Zoeth Houser Makes Hurried Trip to j VVM Move to Portland.
La Grande to Stop Filing Papers. William llollons nnd family nro
Zootli Houser who has Interest in now making tholr homo nt tho Hotol
tho Standard passed through horo Pendleton, nnd will bo thero until
yesterday afternoon, says tho Sump'
tor Ilonorter Tho trln which ho took
'on this occasion Is for furnishing the
September 0, when they will remove
to Portland, whoro Mr. Bollons head
quarters will he.
Good plumbing Is always the cheapest. It has Ui
qualltlos. It saves you ropalr bills. Always .entrust
to thorough, reliable and competent plumbors. Our
mndo up of tho best oxporlonc.od workmon, Strict attenj
to sanitary features of work.
LET S GIVE YOU FIGURES.
On your work. Wo quote right prices nnd do only the 1
HARDWARE AND PLUMBING.
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