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DAILY EAST ORBGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1907.
PAGE THREE. THE DISCOVERER Of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, tho Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills. THE MACHINE THAT DOES THE WORK F and good work too. EIGHT PAGES. ILK 0 ' r I The old shoe maker sells shoes, and good ones at that. Dest Shoes on Earth at A. EKLUNDS 120 E- Co,rfc 5t- INDIAN 1ES IT TOPPE of the various Indian attribute as U to be found. Government Photographs the Game. According to the United States bureau of ethnology no photograph of this game has ever been taken, but It Is understood that one or two excellent pictures have been taken of the play this year at Tuppenlsh. The games' have been between the Vaklma Indians on one side and the Net Perce on the other. Yesterday's game was won by the Yaklmas, mak ing two wins out of three by them, which pretty nearly cleaned up their Over $800 In Blankets at One Time , Nez Perce friends. . In the Famous "Bone" Game Just Indians on the grounds yesterday Revived Au.u..i the Yakima- embraced W .... I every tribe between the Palouse coun- laklnuig and e Perec Hold a ,ry and tne coari and from the Col- Week's Session Near Topienlsh I Vje reservation to the Columbia. Government Secure Photograph) 1 They have been slow In -coming In, HEAVY BETTING MARKS THE YAKIMA POW-WOW. CROP FOR 1907 WILL BE RECORD BREAKER. of tho "Bone" Game. but the day saw them out In paint and feathers by the hundreds. I Gambling at the Indian dow-wow i coming to America. at Toppenish ended last night, says ' Dublin. Oct. 16.-Slr Anthony Pat-. ,. ... , ,. rick MacDonnell, under recretary to the Yakima Republic. Sunday after- A. . ... , . , -j r ' the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and noon Lancaster Spencer, talking thfi refll fluthor of the Irish council bill, departed today for tha United through an interpreter, announced that with the clone of the day would land at New York and then travel through the New Englund states, af ter which he will visit James Rryce, i . ! . 1 .111 .1 I nil i . . .... cluiea. WIICIC lltr will ruciiu ill i come the exp ration or no six aayi i about a montn Sr Antnoliy tfjiuriui guniuiiiig P miiuii given him by tho Indian agency. He pointed out how fortunate the Indl- o no hna hAAn tr nrnrlirA that TiHvIl ege. not allowed elsewhere, and ex- Brlls, ambassador at Washing pressed the hope that they had had tn. His visit to the Lnlted States a good time. ,,18 non-political, but he will be acces- Bono Ganie Is New and Exciting. . eiblo to men of influence interested All sorts of card games have been In Ireland and her welfare, played during the week and hundreds j of dollars have changed hands, but I Maine Club Women, the big games have been the Indian ! Augusta, Me., Oct. 16. Many dele bone games. j gates arrived In the city today to at- Ono game during the week had tend the fifteenth annual meeting of, about $600 In the blanket and piny the Main Federation of AVomin's lusted from 9 o'clock In the morning clubs. The gntherlng will be formally until 6 In the evening ' before the opened, this evening with a recep. ownership of the money was decided. ton In' the city hall. The regular Tho bone game yesterday, plnyed program of business will be taken up with about 24 Indians on each side, tomorrow nirtrnlng and continued had over $200 In the blanket when through Friday. Addresses and pa play bepan. A great deal was added p(rg w, b presen,t, on education, during tho contest while blankets. ltcnlture, art. phllanthrophy and a saddles and other equipment made number of other gubJ,,cts. up ueiiciencii'B in turn. A crowd of several hundred people, ninny of them white spectators, watched the play. The game Is one qf the most spectacular of the Indian gambling games and la declared to be as good a medium of expression . To Wed Xnval Officer. Paltlmore, Md.. 0?t. 16. A society wedding will take pl;fce In this cily this evening, ihe bride being Miss Sue Worthlngton Cox, daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cox, and tho 'bridegroom Passed Midshipman Wll- -- who was graduated from the naval A middling" Steak and academy last year. Tho ceremony Ml i . 1 1, . ' K Mill lie n-i iui im-u l iiic iiuiiiu ..i n. (bride's parents and will be followed by a large reception. Report of President W. K. Xcwell of tho Mate Board of Horticulture KImjhh Detailed Value of tho Crop Apples Lead With a Value of $1, 423,000 Dried Prune Are Estl. muted $1,590,625 But Green Crop Wortli Much Less. The Oregon fruit crop for 1907 will bring to growers $4,275,135, accord ing to the estimate made before the semi-annual meeting of the state board of horticulture by President W. K. Newell in Portland. This Is tho price obtained for the fruit In the market, and not an estimate of the value of all the fruit this year in Or egon. There Is a great deal more that never gets to a market. Presi dent Newell says: This has been a prosperous and successful year for the fruit growers in nearly all lines. Although yields of some varieties have been light, never before in the history of the In dustry have prices ruled so high on such large quantities of fruit. The following figures are submit ted as a safe and conservative esti mate of the value of this year's fruit crop for the state. The figures are compiled from the reports sent In by county fruit Inspectors and others In a position to judge and have been checked up by comparison with former yields, as well as by personal observation of the growing crop in nearly all parts of the state, and are believed to be approximately correct: Value. Apples $1,423,800 Dried prunes 1,208,875 Prunes and plums 90,650 Pears 286,600 i i i C, T. Tupper, In Charge of Savings DciMirtiiicnt of Pendleton Kavlntpj Bank. Currants " 21,000 Gooseberries 12,500 drapes '. 124,500 Other fruits . .. , 26,000 Total value ...$4,275,135 Tho estimated value of the crop of dried prunes after being packed ready for shipment is $1,590,625. ARMY OF THE CUMBERLAND. Peaches . . . Cherries . . . Apricots ... Strawberries Blackberries Raspberries . Loganberries 248,260 230,500 7,500 407,600 79,500 74.500 33,500 Death Hag Thinned the Ranks Since Lost Meeting. Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 16. A small through dignified appearing body of several hundred men filled the prettily decorated assembly hall of the Read house today at the open ing of the annual reunion of the So ciety of the Army of the Cumberland. Death had, rlnce the last meeting, removed several prominent members of the society. Gen. Gate P. Thurston of Nashville, called the gathering to order and presided over the opening session, which was devoted to an exchange of greetings and the reading of the annual reports. This evening the an nual oration 'will be delivered by Col. M. 8. Fitch of Pueblo, Colo., who was an inspector-general and fought at Chlcamauga. The reunion will con tinue over tomorrow. Divorce Suit Filed. Mary V. Balcolm filed her com plaint for a divorce from Thomas Balcom. The parties were married In Michigan in 1884, and have five children. Peter West is the attorney for the plaintiff. 7 v .ru 'VY v IiiiisilW mm y LYDIA E. PINKHAM No other medicine for Woman's ills in the world has received such wide spread and'unqualifled endorsement. No other medicine has such a record of cures of female illnesses or such hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. For more than 30 years it has been curing all forms of Female Complaint, Inflammation and Ulceration, and consequent Spinal Weakness. It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than any other ,one remedy. It dissolved and expels tumors in an early stage of development. ' Irregularities and periodicalpains, Weakness of the Stomach, Indigestion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility quickly yield to it; also deranged organs, causing pain, dragging sensations and backache. Under all clrcumstanues it acts in harmony with the female system. It removes that wearing feeling, extreme lassitude, "don't care" and 'want-to-be-left-alone" feeling, excitability, irritability, nervousness, dix tineas, fafntness, sleeplessness, flatulency, melancholy or the "blues". These are indications of Female Weakness, or some derangement of the organs, which this medicine cures as well as Chronic Kidney Complaints and Backache, of either sex, Those women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded a hundred thousand times, for they get what they want a cure. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Refuse all substitutes. T IIE G w. M AWAY i mr.'TiamHiHTn SSI This elegant bedroom outfit Worth $100.00 to be given away to our customers. Do you want it ? Any how we would like to C U B A customer of ours then you may get it first-rate coffee are better than middling: coffee and first-rate steak. Con sider the cost. Your tracer rcturna your moner U Jon don't like Scliiiiinif't Ut: we ly liim. Now Open To Help Farmers Along. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct. 16. In the Syracuse Chamber of Commerce, convention assembled In this city to- ! day to discuss ways and means to bet ter agricultural conditions In the. state of New York. Tho convention , will be In session three days. Agrl- ', cultural experts from a number of western and other-states have been invited to address the meeting and plans will be laid to make the asso ciation a national one. - R. E. SMITH, Mgr. Uu-to-date moving picture and Illustrated Songs Change' of Program Sundays and Wednesdays Shows 2 to 5 p. m. AND 6:30 to 10 p. m. Admission - 10c 9 Children under 1 0 years of age - - - 5c A Show thatpleas'es the Ladies and Children. Come and enjoy yourselves Ustoi St. Next to Radsrs Wedding In Army Circles. Washington, D. C, Oct. 16. Prom inent army officers and other repre sentatives of official society In the capital thronged St. Margaret's Epis copal 'church at noon today at the wedding of Miss Mary AstoA Overs shine, daughter of Gpneral and Mrs. Samuel Overshlne, and Captain Guy Norvoll of the Eighth cavalry. Horse Show in Seattle, Seattle Wash., Oct 16. The sec ond annual Soattle Horse show open ed today and will continue through the remainder of the week. In addi tion to the local entries the exhibits Include prize-winning horses from Chicago, . San Francisco, Portland, Vancouver and a number of other points. Only a little cold in the head may be the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh. Drive out the In vader with Ely's Cream Balm applied straight to the lnflammed stuffed up alr-passngcs. Price 60c. If you pre fer to use an atomizer, ask for Liquid Cream Balm. It has all the good qualities of the remedy in solid form and will rid you of catarrh or hay faver. No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit. No mercury to dry out the se cretions. Price 75c, with spraying tube. All druggists, or mailed by Ely Bros., S6 Warren street, New York. nelp Wanted. Ladles' clothes Ironers wanted at Robinson's Domestlo Laundry. Remember, all this will be Given Away free as the air you breathe On show in our corner window until New Year s eve when we will Give It Away. rwwTTT "Trrrr it, i mr .t ..min-...Biif.-wn 1 L Remember, with each $1.00 pur chase you get a chance o n this elegant outfit be sides getting value received for the ar doll Don't Miss It. First Prize Second Prize ELEGANT VERMS MARTIN REI. WORTH $30.00 A FAMOV8 B. M. O. E. MATTRESS. WORTH $15.00 AN EVERLASTING STEEL BED SPRING, WORTH . $5,00 BEAUTIFUL BIRD'S EYE PRINCESS DRESSER, .... $25.00 A HANDSOME BIRD'S EYE ROCKER, WORTH $6.00 A PRETTY BIRD'S EYE CHAIR TO MATCH, WORTH. -$3.00 $50.00 Third Prize A PAIR OF LOVELY DOWN PILLOWS, WORTH $5 .00 TWO MCE FLUFFY QUILTS, WORTH $5.00 A PAIR OF FINE BLANKETS, WORTH $3.00 AN ELEGANT ORIENTAL RXJG, WORTH $3.00 $16.00 ALL WORTH $100.00 Yes, they're all pretty, useful, substantial and FREE. $34.00 Furniture and Carpets Satisfaction or Money Back