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DAILY EAST OKKSATl KDAY, OCTOBER 14, 105. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1005.
EIGHT PAGES. NEED 5, What $ 1 .00 will Buy at the Fair 20 to 35 L Reduction NOIMII HANK KOAD Willi UK ;hadi.i soon. Immense Force of Men Will lit Kin. ployed mill Work Will lie Hurried to Completion Cot ii I Owl of North J In nk Grade Will llo About S:t.O0.. is the MAGNET that, is drawing the crowds to the PAGE TWO. MEN Gold en Store The old price is article. We simply and let you have amount they cost This is your opportunity Don't Miss It Come Now tiKNF.KAL NEWS. The truck drivers of Chicago may strike to compel recognition of their union, and to get pay for overtime. A small cyclone near Tulsa, I. T.. killed two Anderson children and se verely injured Mrs. Anderson and Miss Maud Root. Thirty states maintain state libra ry boards and purchase books for cir culation among the people, all expen ses being paid by state appropriations. George J. Gould, son of Jay Gould, controls the Missouri Pacif.c, the Wa bash lines, the New York elevated railway system and the Western Union Telegraph company, Interests which represent a capital of $400,000, 000. Bertha Leftwlch, aged 14 years, was taken to a children's detention society's home In Brooklyn, N. Y., charged with theft. She attempted to escape through a fire-escape, fell four stories and every bone in her body was broken. The street railways, telegraphs and telephone services, water and lighting plants, as well as other public utili- j ties, of Osaka, Japan, are owned by the municipality. During the time the system has been In operation the city has .received returns of 30 per cent on the investment. SOUTHWEST XliWS. The only geological map of Oregon in the state was drawn and is owned by Mrs. McCormack, an instructor in geology at the .State university. Steldl & Beed of Eend, , have sold J00 acres of timber land to the Lins ter hros. of Wisconsin, for $14,000. The latter will build a sawmill on the property. The store of fc.. T. Talmadge of Centralia, Wash., was burglarized by two men who carried away a wagon load of choice dry goods and gent's furnishings. At Eend, Ore., Fred Sly dropped the reins. . He climbed over the dash board and onto the tongue to recover Uiem. The team took fright,. ran away and Sly was killed. . Zack Pangares, a Greed restaurant keeper at Portland, was shot In the neck by Ceorge pappaianagaa, .. an other Greek. Pangares may recover. His assailant has escaped. J. E. Holcomb was fitally Injured by a Northern Pacific train at Seattle. II was a brother of ex-'Iovernor Hol comb of Nebraska, and' tho body was taken to Broken Bow, Neb., for Inter ment. How's TlilsT v niter fine Hundred iml.ara - Reward for anv nine of ralHrrli Hint cannot be cured by Hull's Catarrh l ure. K. J CHKNKY ft I'M : Toledo. (. We. the undersigned. have known K. J rhunv rr the !hhi 1 ."i veal's, and liellev him ifi-fectf hojiornli'e la all misluc traiuuK'ttoim and flniimlnllT shle to curry out anv olill-'iilliina niurtV br tn tirra. i.l.nlVJ. KI.VA.N ft M.i.i.. Wliolesnlr lirugu'lais, Toleiio, ll:l I'ntnrrh Cure Is tk-n Internally aitlnu directly nnon the blil and minims ili-rnics nl the system. I estmmuiniH seiu fine . rii e T.i rents ir bottle. Hold by all onu:. Ith. ' . , Tain- Hall Kiimllv I'IIIk for ronatlnntlon I'Olt SALE. Half se'-tlon average wheat land, very foot In cultivation. One mile fr-cni H. H. warehouse, $1500 per quarter section. Halt "cction. 50-bushel wheat land. 2(10 acres two years summer fallow, 30 ocies bottom land, good orchard and improvements. Price $12,000 Easy terms. We hive some very desirable pieces of iinvn property for Bale. Price be low actual value. It will cost you 'nothing to see tnem. Call on or see ! T. WADK SON". orio in r.. o. itiiiiiiiM.. p. o. iv :.it. 'Phone I Hack 111. ,.i;iuN OREGON t r. is' flouring Mills iy. 160 barrels a dsy. changed for wheat. Mill Feed, Chopped FG a on band. Rule marked on every take off nil profits the goods for the us. SALMON FISHING IS THE PK1XCIPAL DIVK.IISION. Gone, for Visits to I .a (irantlo anil Npo kunc Visitor From Portland O. It. & S. 0erutor Has lift uracil From a Trip Returned From Hip Exposition Improvements Are He ine Miule at the Hound House Yariliiuistcr ttcslgns and Has Gone to Colorado Midland. "ghost Umatilla. Oct. 18. The walked" again yesterday. Salmon catching Is the chief sport among our gamesters. Hosie Lnndrum Is visiting friends and relatives in La Grande. Frank D. Cramer Is visiting In Spo kane this week. Nate Saylor of Portland, Is visiting his father, S. A. Saylor. D. E. Cross, an operator here, has returned from his vacation, which was spent at points along the coast. Oliver Lynch and Harry uurnham attended the closing ceremonies at the fair. They are boosters at home or abroad. The "human fish." a freak, Is ex hibiting In town today. J. X. Watt's gang of men is making improvements at the round house. A representative of Lee Teutsch's Department store whs In town yester day with a large line of goods. Miss Knxy McXurlen is again em ployed at the Cottage restaurant. William Cnnnnly, assistant superin tendent of the O. B. & N. company, is in Umatilla today. C. E. Happersett has resigned as day yardmaster. having accepted a po- "'ln with the Colorado Midland, in Mr. Happersett I MATII.LA IX A STORM. Stosimer Kw-otinterrd Hough Weather Coining North. The steamer Umatilla, which arriv ed In port yesterday from San Fran cisco, encountered a heavy sea on the afternoon of October 14 when half way between the Golden Gat? and Cape Flattery, which came very near engulfing her, says the Seattle News. A gale broke from the northeast on that morning and the wind stirred up a heavy sea through which the ship steamed all day. At the height of the gale a heavy wave was seen ap proaching like a great wall of water. The vessel was brought around to meet It and those on the deck sought safety under cover. When the big wave struck It fell across the deck with great force. Two cases of fresh fish, 501) pounds In each, were washed from the deck overboard, and a part of the vessel's starboard rnll was carried away. I arte Profits to Pullman Company. Chicago, Oct. 19. It was a smiling lot of men that met today at the an nual meeting of the stockholders of Ihe Pullman company. They all knew that business had been phenom enally large ddrlng tho past year an 1 I at til.' corporation had a surplus of $20,000,000. The report of the treasurer showed that the business during the year ending July 31 last was almost $26,000,000. It is under stood that a surplus dividend of $4. 000,000 was declared. This would bring the dividend to fully 15 per cent on the capital stock of $74,000. 000. Millions of dollars a yenr are lost by not uuing Schilling's Uest tea biWnf.powder flavuring extract! nVt and nobody jjains by usinj anything else instead. Vour grocer's; Btcmcytwdb Dally East Oregon Ian only 15 cents a week. by carrier, NOTES OF UMATILLA Five thousand men will be wanted immediately by Slmms & Shields, the St. Paul contractors who will build the road down the north bank of the Columbia liver for the Northern Pa cific, and GO. 000 laborers will fined employment soon in the Pacific north west in the construction of the vari ous new railway Hues that are thought now to he reasonably sure of being built, says the Oregon Dally Journal. Situms & Shields will distribute to their TiltOU men approximately $300. Oiio a month, or not less than $3,600, 000 before their contract Is carried out; while the 60,000 laborers want ed on nil the projected lines of rail way will draw In wages not much less than $100,000 a month or a total of from $5,000,000 to $7,000,000 before the work Is completed. Added to this enormous sum of money to be distributed to the work tngmen by the railway companies will be the Immense sums paid out In the purchase of supplies and materials, most of which will be bought In Port land. However, not all the money ex pended for materials and supplies will gn to Portland business houses, for scores of other towns will receive ben efit. There will be large purchases at points near the many camps of construction gangs, and the prosper ity induced by the railway construc tion will be diffused throughout the entire northwest. Inasmuch as most of the new lines are projected In Oregon or In territory that makes I Oregon towns the natural purchasing point, this state will feel the Influence most favorably, and the Injection of so many millions of dollars into the local money circulation will cause a wonderful forward Impetus. In the opinion of conservative financiers, these conditions alone ure enough to forestall absolutely all possibility of a reaction after the closing of the ex position. Slmms & Shields are peculiar In their methods of handling men on construction work. Instead of Issu ing time checks to be cashed In the usual manner with brokers buying them at a discount, they will pay their big force of men every night in cash. "We have found that this is the better way to pay our men," said I.. E. Shields today. "It holds the men better and saves them from the doss of the murgiti that they usually pay to brokers who buy up time checks at a discount. When a man knows thnt he Is to get his pay every night he works with greater energy. "Another reason for doing this Is that workmen of the class we demand are more or less transient. If a mall has to wait for his pay to obtain It through the customary channel, re ceiving a time check which he must cash at a given place, he is not wil ling to work for u fraction of a week, and we lose the men of that character entirely from our gangs. "It Is certain that the north bank road will be built by the labor of foreigners for the greater part. Amer icans are rapidly becoming averse to doing manual labor. They are hard to get on construction gangs. The Swedes are good help, and, contrary to common belief, the Italians are perhaps the Ideal laborers on such work. "An Italian never rides the brake beam. He never belongs to the hobo class. He always has some money In his possession and Invariably has an ambition to save and accumulate a surplus. "We have learned that there are three classes of men that do not like the Italian laborers. The saloon men don't like them because they don't spend their money for liquor, and the brokers because they are always In a position to realize full value on their wages, never pledge them for ad vances. T. e lubor unions, too, are not favorable to the Italian laboring clusses." Dredging at Cusead;! Looks. The Mnja has been called to tho cascades to attend the dredger In the work of drelging the locks. It will take something like two months to ac complish the task. The government Is doing extensive repairs and making innny Improvements at the locks which will be appreciated ly the people of the upper river. The Dalles Chroni cle. Georgia Tax Men Sleet. Atlanta, Go., Oct. to. Tho Georgia Association of Tax Officers met here today for lis annual convention at the state capltol. About 160 delegates were present at the opening meeting, which was held thl-i mnrnlmr. The or ganization was formed In the spring of this year an l this Is Its first nnnu tl convention. Among the matters to bo dlscusscd will be ways an 1 means by which tax returns ami tax collections may be extellted; also advanced ldens of handling tho books of ofricluls. Cu of Diphtheria. Another case of dipht erla has been reported at tho recorder's office, the patient being the little son of Mr. Voung, of Perkins & Young, confec tionery store. The home of ths fam ily Is nt 301 Houth Main street, and the case Is sild to be a rather severe one. Dr. T. M. Henderson Is attend ing. It Is said of Marshall Field, the Chi cago merchant, that he never borrows money, never gives a nolo or a mort - gago, never deals In margins on stock ' First-class Insurance men, who or grain, alwayi buyt goods for cash, know the business from the bottom, sells on short time and narrow mar- will have to be chosen as their huc glns oni Insists to the last lotter on res-ors. Of course, there will be sov the fulfilment of everv xontrnoi In- erol vears of poor results, from the tween him and hli customer. on Friday and Saturday FOR TWO DAYS, FRIDAY, OCTOHEll 20TH, AXI) SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2IST, WE ARK tiOIXU TO PLACE ON SPECIAL SALH A FEW LINES IN WHICH WO.MEN ARE KSM'XIALLY iMTERKSTEW. WE HAVE CUT THE PRICES LOWER THAN EVER BEFORE MADE BY ANY HOUSE ON THE SAME ARTICLES. FOR THE TWO DAYS ABOVE MENTIONED $1.00 will buy 6 real China cups and Saucers worth $1.50. $1.00 will buy 6 fancy Plates, blue decoration, largest size. $1.00 will buy 9 large size pie plates, blue decoration. $1.00 will buy 12 pluln white plates, htrge size. $1.00 will buy 12 plain white cups and saucers. $1.00 will buy 6 decorated scml-porceluin cups und saucers. $1.00 will buy a good dress skirt, ladles' size. $1.00 will buy 12 pahs of ladles' or misses' hose. $1.00 will buy 12 yards of heavy linen toweling. $1.00 will buy 20 yurds of good outing flannel. $1.00 will buy 8 large size pillow slips. $1.00 will buy 12 good size linen napkins. $1.00 will buy 20 yards of good calico. , Thine are only a few of the lines wc quote at a special reduction fir Friday and Saturday. THE New York, Oct. 19. The proprie tors of the four hotels that were raid ed by Captain Gallaher, having soft ened their anger somewhat by round ing up in their Imaginations good round sums as to the damages they expect to recover from Saptaln Gal lagher and the municipality, which employs the gallant Gallagher, are having n great deal of fun over a suit for $10,000 damages that has been started by a man, who, with his wife, was refused lodging because the hotel clerk wouldn't register them. They couldn't produce a marriage certifi cate when culled upon to do so, hav ing left home without purposing to stay in the city all night. The raided hotelkeepers want to know what they ure to do If they are! sued for not taking people In. and ! then raided for extending Ihe prlv-1 lieges of their hostelrles to persons of j at least seeming respectability. Mean-, while the hotels have suffered severe- ly for the untimely Intrusion of the I police on their privacy. How respec- j table these hotels are may be judged from the fact that Mrs. Jefferson Davis is a patron of one of them, and other ladies and gentlemen of equal standing are guests of the other. Saw His Own Brain Operated! Upon. It was a brave deed of tho old apothecary, Herman Frank, who sat before a mirror In order to see a surgeon cut down Into his brain. He would have none of anaesthetics, evi dently being so curious as to what had ailed him for these many years that he wanted to see as Boon as any one the first fact that the scalpel should reveal. His curiosity is not to be wondered ut, for the doctors hud also been mystified by the old druggist's disease. When the knife had done Its work and there lay In the surgeon's hand a cyst whose growth had pressed on his brain and his organs of vision, so that he .walked as one having loco motor itfaxlu. It must have been very gratifying for him to learn what had been the matter its well ns to feel thnt his troubles from It are over. KkysenirK'r Climate. Ttyit the skyscraper section has a climate all, Its own Is becoming mani fest to even the dullest minds In the city. The temperature In winter shows some remarkable differences at different points, there being sev eral degrees lower temperature at the corners of Spruce und Nassau streets; corner Church and Jay streets; Ueek man street and Park Row, Wall street and Hrondway and other places where breezes produced by the lofty build ings stlug hapless pedestrians with cold, while In other quarters of the city no discomfort Is experienced. Then there have lately come to the city varieties of winds, of sudden and untimely guests, of howling and whirl ing deverlshes of blows thut buffet humanity in a manner never encoun tered before. Famous FuvorltcH In DLxgruce Armltage Matthews, quailing before his trial for looting an estate, plunged head first to the pavement. James II. Hyde, the perfumed darling, la skulk Ing around the danger line and Is ex peeling to expatriato him. Depew, the Jaunty and really agreeable senator, Imps the republican convention that once did him hlsh honor. The list Is loci long to quote In full, but enough Is shown to make sure that tho "cons donee that makes cowards of us all Is cutting wide BW-athea In tho ranks of the outwardly respectable und In- warily rascally men In whom the pub lic has believed. Who Is to succeed the dethroned'.' Mr. Alexander Is no longer president of the Equitable. There arc others that predict "that Mr. John A. Mc Call of the New York Lite, and Klch tr l A. McC'urdy of the Mutual Life, will follow In his footsteps. If this pr ives true prophecy, who will take thir places and reproduce tho results fiese men learned In insurance, wis lo n and methods" during the years troy have ruled tho Insurance. Large fortunes have been mado but we must romo:nter that It came from piles that these past masters of Insurance, und i e- V'ni we may as well say assurance, l hi ' henpod to a huiro height. I ripping and tearing that has Btartled NEW YORKLETTER FAIR. STORE the world, but after that the revenues must bo up to past figures or the pub lic will be disappointed. It won't do to produce a situation in which the looters are made to appear to have been more profltablo to their com-; panics despite the stealing than the J successors who will turn every penny In the treasuries and leave It there. Three, Candidates In tlte Field. Now that the republicans, after a great deal of work, have secured a ' 1,eal tor their ticket In the person of .m. ivins, a very anie ana accompitsn- ed man and one well up In city politics Inasmuch as he served once as a city chamberlain, there Is some life In the campaign which had been as dull us a stubblu' hoe. Mr. Irvins will get the solid republican vote It Is claimed, while William Randolph Hearst will draw off largely from the democratic candidate by loudly and vigorously ex ploiting tho anti-gas feeling which was aroused against McClellan by rea son of his favoring the gas people. The other outcry uguiust McClellan claims that he Is owned and controlled by Murphy, the Tammany boss. Now. a McClellan Is a very tidy man, and be- sides having a great many good quail- ties Is also the son of his father, which lulls largely In certain quarters. ; He is personally exceedingly popular, i The odds certainly favor him and the. diversion of democratic votes via Hearst can hardly beat him. Full of Tragic Meaning are these line from J. H. Simmons of Casey, Iowa. Think what might have resalted from his terrible cough If he had not taken the medicine about which ho writes: "I hod a fearful cough, that disturbed my night's rest, ; 1 tried everything, but nothing would relieve it, until I took Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which completely cured me." Instantly relieves and perma-l nently cures all throat and lung dls- eases; prevents grip and pneumonia. At Tallmun & Co. and lirock & Mc- Comas', druggists; ' guaranteed; 50c and $1.00. Trial botle free. ' North Yakima's Tax Levy. The tax levy for the ensuing year came before the city council ut Its meeting Monday night and the levy! was. In accordance with City Clerk Urouker's report, placed at 11 mills. This has been sub-divided ns follows: Current expenses. 8.3 mills; outstand ing warrants, for which there is no provision made by the law, 0.7 mlllB; Interest on $60,000 sewer bonds. 1.4 mills; public library. 0.6 mills. North Yakima Republic. High grade means high price. Golden Gate Coffee Worth more. Costs more. -U.FOLGERfcfl' nana gOFFEg, Sold on merit. No prizes no crockery no coupons. Nothing but satisfaction. J. A. FOLGER fa CO. San Francisco CSTAAUBHtD MfO flPc"usB'Ei,,0CATARRl unt sjoi ii J jjaja J mi lilv's Cream Halm In qui klv .reorbrri UlVu. Ilelicl r.t tinea I t cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the dis eased membrane. It cures Catarrh and drlveB away a Cold In tho head quickly. Ito stores tho senses WtlVFJJ HAY FEVER of taste and smell. Full size, GOc, at druggists or by mull. Trial aim 10c, by mall. Ely Hrothers, 66 Warren street, Now York. 9 I To -night I ut the Frazier Opera House : The Parian Newhall Co. Male Quartette and Bell Ringers 2 ? Under auspices of Philharmonic Society I ? I ' Reserved Seats 50c. ; now on sale ut Brock (Sit McComas . Drug Store Closing Out, Sale at Cost Pianos. Organs, Sewing Ma chines, all or the best makes, Such Iinnos as the Stelnway, Emerson, A. H. Chase. I.udwlg and other well known Instru ments. The , latest Improved White, Domestic,. Standard, the Wheeler & Wilson all must go Also ono Angelus Piano Plnyer, the finest player tin the market today; on 5 oclnve Piano for $100; Just tho thing for begin ners und small rooms. REMEMBER You can't buy a first-class Hew ing Machine for $l!i or $20. You can't buy a good Piano for $!!, but 1 will give you your money's worth. For every dol lar you get 100 cents worth of good, reliable goods. Jesse Failing Htore room for refit. Tiie Bast OreconUn Is Eastern Ore gon's repremntatlTe paper. Il lead and the people apprrate It and show It by their liberal iiatronage. It Is thai adiertlalng medium of ttie eodoav