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EIGHT PAGES. DAILY BAST OHBUONIAX, PEA rDLETOS', OitEGON TIIIRSDAY, OCTOBER I, 1905. PAGE THREE.
GDPEHIIHG FALL SALE Of the newly arrived styles and patterns in Women's Woolen Dress Materials One of the most encouraging signs of the times In the utmost universal demand for diem materials of the better quality, and It Is a demand with which we are not only glad to comply, but which we were first to meet and recognize. In our showing of the BETTER MATERIALS wo are especially fortunate In having a line that Is certainly without a peer In Pendleton,' and which we lire able to sell lit extraordinary reasonable prices. This opening sale Is replete with Interest to everyone who places value on c'orrect material, and Is Indeed an exceptional opportunity to thoso economically Inclined In the great variety of new goods and styles comprehended In this sale. We have arranged three great lots for this sale, ns fol lows: fc Lot No. 9 48c. yard Over 650 yards of the never fancy suitings, Venetians, serges, Henriettas, Cashmeres and Plaids, all the populur shades and mixtures In widths from 36 to 4! Inches. No piece worth less than 85c and up to 80c yard. Tour choice -Mo yard ALEXANDER'S I Cleanliness You will always look ch'un If your laundry comes 'from our first-class laundry. Only best work Is turned out by us. and If you have never tried our work send us a trial order. Our Superior facilities, our modern machinery, and our experienced help, make a uniform ity of goodness In all laundry that comes from us. t . KEX1 I S THAT NFXT IUNII.E. Our wagon will call for and deliver the work to you In the superior man ner which In Pendleton It Is for us only to do. Pendleton Steam Laundry : Phone Main 179 j TEe Universal Steel j Range FOR. HARD OR SOFT HHH White, poreelaln-llned ovea door, spring balanced; always white aid clean; reflects light Into oven. - Sheet flue, Insuring perfect circu lation around oven. Body made of extra quality refined steel, lined throughout with heavy asbestos, preventing radiation of heat from flues. Economical In fuel. ? .j. 'j :1 H'U'.v.' jSilffiiJl'S' A Quick and Goodman-Thompson Co. HARDWAItn ,t.aeeeeeeeeeeee.eeeeeeee.eeeeeeeeeeeeeee(.eeeeeeee. I AC. RUBY CO. IMPORTERS AND BREEDERS. An Importation of 47 head Just received of Tercherons, English Shires, Belgians and Coachers. If you are In the market for any thing In this line we can certainly suit you. as we can show you more of thore nice, big, black fellows that will weigh a ton cr over, than all the othe. barns In the Northwest; sell you one cheap, make you better terms, glvt, you a better guarantee than tan be gotten elsewhere, as we are permanently located with headqaurters here. We ship direct from Europe to this point, therefore we don't have any of those that could not be sold In the East or some of them that have been sold several times and come back, but we have a good lot of fresh : oung horses that are all approved by the Frei eh gov ernment, and when you buy one from us we give you a guarantee that Is go here, one that you don't have to go two thousand miles to get. aitlcn on. Terrai tt rt't . Totr li-pirPo In-IV Lot i8, 79c. yd. More than 500 yards of fancy Mohair Buttings, ' deep rich plaids, novelty suitings. Serges, Henriettas, Cashmeres and Pru nellas In brown, navy blue, green, and In fact all the becom ing shades of the season, in widths from 42 Inch to 48 Inch wide. No piece worth 1eBs than 95c yard, and up to $1.15. Tour cholco 79c yard is Next to i Godliness i FISHMAN & PETERS, I top- COAL, OR WOOD Perfect Baker PLTTMBING. Lot 27, $1.33 yd. No less thun 550 yards of the newer suitings In the Invisible plaids, waterproofs, Imported Serges and Prunellas, Scotch novelties, broadcloths and the popular new suiting cloths, all In colors and mixtures Just In vogue with the season, In widths from 4 8 inch to 56 Inch. No piece worth less than 11.75 and Jp to $2.00 ynrd. Your choice. I.S3 yard PENDLETON'S . RELIABLE STORE tDMMi'xio.vnox ntoM TM.I.MAX (VtSPANY Offin- to IKftintl Money if llynnit'i I ton Not Curt- CutiirrV To 'tfrie Kdftsir of the Wast "rcgonlun: We have been ur-ked recently If the advertisements pointed In your col unriH regarding Tfyomel were true, where we 'offer to refund file money If thrs tre.if.nent ilf.es not cure catarrh. We wish you would please print ttiiH i letter In ns enLsplcuoWs a place as ! possible In ymiv paper, saying that j 'ip absolutely -agree J, refund thej money o any )urrhasrr of a Hyomei nutflt M II dnefc not cure. This outfit 'consists ' of an Inhaler of a convenient slz-e'to he carried In the vest pocket so that the user can breathe Hyoniel four or five times dally. Wlth'ihla Is 'Included a medi cine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei. The outfit sells for'il. and Is a most ecun.imlcal trcalmcrU, fur the Inhaler lasts u lifetime iinu there is enough I Hy.r.nel for several weeks' use, srhlle i extra hntl4 can e obtained for 50 ;,,., !iny od all conditions. ceiVis. ni. frniK ,,f applications Jor land We trust tills (filer will setlle any ,0,(ulrvd by the enmpany 'contains doilits tmu may 'liave arisen aw to (u.r -mattw-amPagreemenl for the our willingness ro refund the morrev w ttrt- to stgii which were deemed ob for a Hyomei outfit. In case the pur- j jerfinnuhle and embodied provisions chaser- Is rot perfectly satisfied. : wh"h.i belong In rules and w hich have We wis, to say emphatically thai m,ria (lfore I(H, rejected by the board M.r guarantee on Hyomei holds goo,i., -nxch when submitted by the Co nnd we will refund the money to any 'mTfl)ln Southern Irrigation company. Vhssatlsftey purdiaser who . simply j rm thi latter 'occasion the board suites thai he h.-v used the treavmest j - hu, took a decided stand that the a-cordlnc Ho .'.irectlons and not br.vi ; ,.,,,,,, i,,,,! n ,.ght to collect In- neiped. ltespectflllly youi1. "TAI-I-MANr. ft f(l PAcwNt; stti atiox an. ! about stttlers' -contracts heretofore lakaii -fuckers Asstx-hillon Is Stitt ! SI.() un.ler revreseirtallons that the ten lfa,,"lTip Hevy." j Im'niH so stmie1 had been approved Salmon packers on the Pacific coast '' ,h" board, until the company could are srwulatlrrg -s to the preble " represented by an attorney. In tiiture Of the Alaska Puckers' iissocl- i lerveillnm and action by the board, ution. In liew or the recent disclosures I wll,'h 1ms supervisory control over from the Inside of the corporation, j1'1'1 dlToslllon of the lands on this which stn.w thai Its affairs are far , b.icei. was rwueated by the settlers, from behtg In a satisfactory shape., xays a Ssflle dlsimtch. , TO TVVFSTHJ ATK OWXFHSHIP. The HSMcialkm. which eim1inlled i nbout Iwu-thlrds -of the pack of theNe"i'giu llailnnul t'miiiiiKslon Is After (..season Jus; closed. Is the largest Snstl- i tutlon of ins kimi in the world. It is -said. nn.I V.eing s.i. with Its base of op-; eratlons Ir. San Francisco, thonsands ! ,.r,. .,cIllv , milkl. ,, investigation of miles ilroni llw canneries In Alas- j rononilng the ownership of the Ocor kan water.-". It Is viewed hy slock- rentral -railway, which Is sjild to holders and well informed Jobltein w.f,. ,.,., ,v the Southern railway, being top "b-uvy. lVeSldent Samuel Spencer of tlic That the concern lias, for the rea-: Southern railway ntid Major J. F. Han son given, been operated at a dlmd-' mn, oT the Central of OnorKla rallwav vantage, .nimot wtl be denied, and i :tie fruits n Hie niaiiagement have 'been such that grave concern is felt ry the stockholdess '-tliemselves as to tus future. The association nwM.vahout 23 can--ii.ries in Tiuget sound mid Alaskan waters. f these they operated 16 during the unist seasou 'For the first ;tini since IfcJM. the -tnyiikpany, as was reported a shm-t while ago. suspended the payment of monthly dividends. ;.splie the fuel that a big bond-Issue was floated -rurly -tt . i he season, antl tile finances of rhc corporation reliillillltaled Its toek lias declined from Kill to &m low us !X l-l. FiMowIng it a lb of -th.- canneries inad by the-company: -iishagnk. 4, Niiknek 1, Vyaahlk 2. KoKglung 3. Igagtk 1. Alltak 1. Kuriiik i. Kussllof Or ink. Pyramid Hailior, .Wrangell. Lorlrta. lllulne. Auaimrtes mid Point Itnber.t 1 ench. Kmr Cure for Omoer, All mirface cancers ire now known to be oarable by lluckteit's .Arnica Salve. Juntos Walters of Dufflehl. Vn., writes: "1 had a cancer oil my ikip fo years, than seemed incurable. till llucklen's Arnica Salve healed itt. and now It Is perfectly well!" Guaranteed cure for out and burns. S5e at ITall mnn V Co., and Brock & MeConjuts drug Bore. oldest KIkIiI- of tlie Sraiam. list night was the coldest night f the season, so fur, the mercury regis tering nbout .13 above xero. at the home of Observer H. F. Johnson at o'clock last evening. Ijite gardens and green vegl)itlon of all kinds were bmlly scorched hy frost. Irving's Bui'hu Wafers nro a truo remedy for all Kidney Dis ease, from Its most simple- form pain In the back, to its worst and very dnn gerous condition Hright's Disease. We mean It when wo say they will cure you and wo would not say It If we had not confidence In them, which Is the direct result of our knowledge of their cures In cases that seemed ul most hopeless. Sold at GOo a box by Tollman & Co., 623 Main St,, Pendle ton, Ore. compkioig IKS CIUTKS IIIUK. IIM rntM arises tub law. Nines Taken I Mini Setllern In Advance of the IteelaiiHiiion of Ijaml anil In teMft Charge)! Where the CoiiiMiuy Hiik No Until to Sell Entire Mut ter Will lie Investigated by tlic Stain Uuwl Hoard Settlers Have Bitterly IVoloted. The mlsrepresenlatlons practiced by the Des ChuteB Irrigation and Land company were thoroughly ex posed by State Engineer Lewis und a committee representing the settlers mi the Des Chutes, before the meeting of the state land board In Salem this week. The following from the Salem Statesman gives the Inside facts of the land company's practices and shows how the settlers have been duped by the representatives of the company. The Statesman says: The difficulty arises between the settlers and the Irrigating company, through the discovery that through the alleged most gross misrepresenta tions of the company's representatives in submitting that the form of appli cation for the purchase of reclaimed land which they were required to sign, us that which was approved by the state land board, as provided In the Carey act, when In truth the applica tion blank approved by the board was supplemented by an agreement on the inside, the effect of which was to de prive the settler of all his rights In the premises and convert the use of his money lo the development of the project., beside the charge of a regu lar rate of interest on deferred pay ments. It was shown lht it has been the prictU-e of the company to force the settlor to s4gn the application and the ll(rivcinciil lo lake the land and make imlf payment Ufon It, .he balance iUnninir fr a simrified period beariwr interest. The sutlers ere all required to sign personal mites, fov the balance of the n.nlrac'l price, hlch notes. It Is represented, were r.egotlated -'for 'ronvenence truly," Mvre transferred lo a Itilrd parXy and -an issue tit so- culled collateral trust bonds Is being made 'founded upon a deposit ol those ,tes. hlch were supposed to "be the ettlcr' persrnnl obligations ami! free teresi prvir to (lie date tff reclama- lion which was -shown t. have been , the practice of the company for a 'yenr past. The 'Hoard postponed dis ' oussiim :hh to v'hat should be done (he ((eonia't'etltral. .wi.ii.t,, ,,.. ct. in.The member. f . .... ..,,.,,, enmm,M,,m met have 1een summoned to appear before the iHininlHslon anil will be asked to testify In the Investigation. The Investigation is tne outcome of the rivalry between the Central of tleoi-ga and The Augusta Southern railways. The minority stockholders of the August Southern railway, which is im-m-a and tmntrolled hy the South ern railway, filed a petition some time ago t'hnrghiK that the Central of tleor- Bla railroad was the property of n,,. Southern and that tin- tatter operated the Augnsta Smithem In such u man- ner s t prevent competition. If It can he proven that the Central j ts owned and rentrolled hy the South ern It will mean a large reduction in freight rales, tinder the present tariff, each road charges local freight rates, while, if H can he proven that the Southern road owns the Central only one through rate can lie charged on shipments. This reduction would mean a saving of many thousands of dollars to the shippers every year. rXIVKRSAI.ISTS MFf.T. Ft cry Slate ltcroscntcl hy Ow 300 Ik'logntcw. Minneapolis. Oct. 19. -The biennial national convention of the Universal is! church of the United States opened here this morning at the Church of the lledeemer. More than 300 dele gates representing every state In the I'nliin, are In attendance and among Ihem are many men of national prominence. This convention Is the national governing body of the church, and many Important questions of church policy and government will come up for consideration. The day sessions will be devoted to the transaction of business, while the evenings will be reserved for gatherings in which mat ters of more general Interest will be discussed by prominent speakers. Next Sunday a mass meeting will be held at the Auditorium, to which members of all the churches of the city will be Invited. Two days of the convention will be given up to the Women's Centenary association, tho woman's mlsslonarj body of the church, which will hold Us convention simultaneously with the general church convention. Among the prominent men In attendance ure tlovernor W. U Douglas. Dr. Frank O. Hall, Dr. Frederick 1'arklns, Dr. James F. Albion, of Portland, Me., Dr. Frederick W. Hamilton, of Huston. mid many others. SOI.H INTO SLAVERY. Nov York Girl Hum Mont Startlins ExH'rienec. NTw York, Oct. 18. The Journal says: Introduced to her prospective husband by a match-making matron, married to a man after falling In love with him at first sight, taken by him to Egypt, where she was sold as a whlto slave, and finally rescued from her bondage thlB has been the strange experience of a New York girl within the last three months, ac cording to her brothers, who are try ing to secure her return home. Motile Katzln was married last July to Harry Leaderer, after a courtship of a few weeks. A month later she and her husband mysteriously disap peared. Her brothers made a search for her but found no trace of the miss lng girl until a letter reached them a few days ago from Alexandria, Egypt. The letter was from the International Society for the Suppression of the White Slave Trade. The letter said that the girl was In the hands of the society, which had rescued her from the white slave traders who had pur chased her. There was enclosed note In handwriting which her broth ers say Is her own. and leaves no louhf as to the truth of the story. orn floir ix china. lloyeotl Is Xot Itelanling the Soles In the Orient. Special Ageht Burrlll furnishes a re-poi-t on the consumption of flour In China which is especially intc renting at this time, In view of efforts made to prevent Importation of that commodity by means of the boycott. Australian dealers expect to receive permanent advantage from the boy cott, but what will most interest t'nited Stales exporters l the probability that In the near future Manchuria will sup ply a fair proportion of the flour re quired by China. Mr. IturriU's letter Is dated at -Shanghai, September 1. and follows: Shanghai! Is the distributing point for northern China, and into this port there was Imported from, the United Slates In 1HII4 commodities at a cus toms vuluatlon of 25.9S6.2nl Haikwan taels. of wheh there were $1,728 pl culs of flour, vulued at 343.9X0 Haik wan taels.' Figuring the arbitrary customs rate of 1.38 Haikwan taels to 11 gold, as established for the month of Septem ber, the total importations amounted to S18.X30.580. and the 91.728 plculs of flour, equal to 4S.864.OII0 pounds, were worth $249,261 in American money. Of this, 1244 plculs. valued at 4i;ii4 Haikwan taels. were re-exported lo foreign countrios and Hongkong, and 16. 8n9 pIcuUs. valued at 213.036 H:i'kvan taels. were re-exported to Chinese ports, leaving the total net Im port 33.851 piculs, valued at 126.939 Haikwun taels. It Is estimated that northern China consumes about one sixth of the flour Imported Into the empire, although by renson of the sys tem, or luck of system prevailing here it is impossible to obtain accurate flc ures. Leathers' Transfer Co. Quick, re liable service. Day and Night. OffU firitman clear store. 611 Main St 'Phone Main 511. Residence Ulack 371. BARGAINS TO-DAY All of Block 209 j E.ij Lot 13-14, Block 185 ' $525.00 $475.00 Chas. A. Hill 106 E. Alta SU 'I he. Wb nIm riirirfii for Iniomni, wtih which I have bp?D affliotexi for ott vreQiy jf r nl I cn sty tbtt Csurarrti !) given mm mot wllef lh)n any othfr rrm rdy bava rrrr tried. I that! crttnly recommend ihem o mij frlaoil U lag alt tliay ttra rtprvteritod." Thoi. GllUrd, Elgin, I1L Best For ri d. i invuowei CANDY CATrUATrC ftsuanl. Palatable, Potent, TutQtod, DoOood, Voror Kicktm, Wenken or Urlpe, 10c, c. We. Never old fa bulk. Th Kniifn Uhlol tftmiHrd C C C. uWMfced to cur or your Biouiy back. 8terUaReaitdrCo.tChicft(oorN.V. 597 ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES THIS PROPTSrvV V iSOMA THE PORTLAND or PORTLAND, OREGON Amerleio plin. Is per dty snd upwsrs Hsadqusrters for tourists and remmeirla travelers. Hpecttl rates msd to ttmllla and slngl gentlemen. Th DisntKesitai win be pleased at all times to show room, and sir orlrea. A nodera Turklsk tt ttsbllshmtit In the hotel. H. C. BOWHRS, Hsaagsr. Often The Kidneys Are Weakened bj Over-Wort Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to be considered that only urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced lo tnc kidneys, but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disord" or these most impuitaut organs. The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their work. Therefore, when your kidneysare weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire lsly is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, lierause as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring vour kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases, and is sold on its merits by all f "ISlT-n druggists ill fifty-cent tvSTfl; : iES and one-dollar sy'WffiSSl bottles. You may ' -- 3J!j2is have a sample bottle, noma of Swamp-Boot, by mail free, also a pamphlet telling yon how to find out if you lmve kidney or Madder trouble. Mention this paper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bing hamton.N. Y. Don't make any mistake, but rcmemlier the name, bwamp-Kooi, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad dress, Binghamton, N. Y. , on every bottle. If you liuve any ring plans come I" anil look over our collection. Our rings) are all new styles, the quality la the best and the prices will surprise yon. It doesn't take much money tm buy a beautiful ring here. Winslow Bros. .leueler-Opllciun. Postofflce Block. Turn your steps here when yon want good, clean coal. We furnish our trade with the best that Is mined and we want your orders. You can't do better than give us your order. Henry Kopittke DUTCH HEXRT. Office, Pendleton Ice at Cold Storage Company. 'Phone 171 1. Why not eliminate every element of chance or uncertainty, by getting our figures when you need anything in lumber? Cray's Harbor Commercial Company W. t. SEWELL, Manager. Phone Main 9. Wood & Coal RoslynCoal $6.50 deliv ered, $6.00at the shed Roalyn -Joal, after thorough exhaustive testa, has been se- ? lected by the V. 8. government for the use of Its war vexsela, as It stood the highest teat. Cascade Kel Ilr, sawed In stove-ntMHl lengths, 18.00 per J Corel, dellveretl. Discount on large quantltlee. e PROMPT DELIVERY. ? Roslvn Wood & Coal Co. : PHONE MAIN M. ! i