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DAILY KA8T OKKQQNIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. TIH'HSDAY, MAY 28, 1908.
EIGHT PAGES. Temper Forecast Fair, with bright smiles after a cup of When You Cook Uitb ob LAST WEEK OF THE BIG MA Y SALE C. M. & ST. PAIL BUILDING IXG 11APIDLY WESTWARD Tou do away with all the dirt and Inconvenience of the wood and coal stove. at Scene of Activity In the Dakota, Mon tana aiul Washington Review of tlie Line Yrom Chicago to I'uclflt ('oust Terminus u4 Tacoina To Ie IIiiIhIhxI In Spring of 19U8. page rwa NEW RAILHOAD RUSHESTO GDAST I Golden Gate Coffee The Peoples Warehouse - ' '" 1 """ " " "" " 1 '" " 1 " 36 in. Black Silk Taffetas, $1.25 values at - 85c 36 in. Black Silk Taffetas, $1.50 values at - 98c 36 in. Black Silk Taffetas, $1.75 values at $1.25 Your choice of Your choice of Take Advantage. The Peoples Warehouse Where it Pays to Trade IDAHO WOOL IK1 SHOWS NO 1 mum The Boise News says of the condi tion of the wool market in that city and In southern Idaho: What are eastern wool buyers going to offer for 'the Idaho clip this year? This is the question which la puzzling local sheepmen who are at a loss to understand the peculiar market con ditions. The fact that the eastern buyers in the city and have been here ever since the clipping season opened, without making any advances, causes endless speculation as to what the na ture of the nrlers are under which they are acting. For the past month as many as five representatives of eastern wool firms have been stopping ta the Idanha and h.ive been quietly watching de velopments with the clip. They wlln make no advance to local woolmen and are offering no Inducements. When seen this morning by a rep resentative of the Capital News, one of the prominent sheepmen of the state and an officer of the Idaho asso ciation said that he failed utterly to comprehend the situation In the wool market and would very much like to know what the eastern buyers, who are here. Intended to do. It was learned that approximately 1,000.000 pounds of wool from this year's clip has already been shipped out of this state to the eastern mar ket on consignments which were made before the clip started by local sheep men. The clip Is better than usual and as large as that of last year, the grade helng finer. When a.kfe l if it would be possible Uiat the Idaho producers would at tempt to centralize their wool with the purpose of holding it for future delivery and until the market opens up and better prices are offered, the sheepman said that he had heard nothing to this effect and that he did not think this would be done, al though the conditions right now are so unusual that It would be hard to tell what would result. Habitual Constipation May be permanently overcome ty proper pmoftal efforts with trie assistance ol the one truly benehctal latnuve rpmi meay, kjyrup oj ligs ana Wuuroj Jenno, wtnen enaoies one lojorni regular habits daily so that assistance To na ture may be gradually dispensed witti wben no longer needed as the best of remedies.wnen reauired, areto assist nature and not to Supplant the natur al junctions, which must depend ulti mately upon proper nourishment. SyniufnsErmr'f Senna California Tig Syrup Co. only SOU? BY ALL LEADING DRUGCJSTS we size ewjy, regular pace 50f bottic. proper efforts, ana ngtu living generally. To get its beneficial effects, alnys oxiv the Genuine all $1.25 Fancy Silks at, yd. 75c all Novelty Wool 1-2 Price. A query was advanced as to whether any of the Idaho clip this year had been sold at 10 cents and this was in stantly denied with the answer that the Idaho wool would bring a better price than that anywhere. Several of the eastern buyers were consulted at the hotel this afternoon, but without exception they had noth ing to offer. When asked how long they intended to stay in this territory and what their plans or offers are about "buying the Idaho clip, the buy ers failed to comprehend the drift of the conversation and said they did not know. They are apparently wait ing. Local woolmen have been Informed that business rushed for the Utah Woolgrowers' association recently when the Salt Lake office filed with the sheepmen from different parts of the state who had come to make ar rangements to store their wool In the east. JOIXt R EPKES E XTATI V E, (I'matlUa and Morrow.) Editorial from Irrlgon Irrigator. Morrow county being Joined to Umatilla county as the XXII Legisla tive District, we have In this county no chance to be represented at Salem save by the good will and liberality of the people of Umatilla county, for they poll over three votes to our one, or about 4000 to our 1200. In all fairness between the two counties that would entitle us to the representative every third term, and we are glad to say that the good peo ple of Umatilla concede that much to us. always without any quibbling At the elections In 1904 and 1906 Morrow county made no effort to se cure the representative, acknowledg ing the Implied agreement that when we elected Bert Phelps in 1902 we would not present a candidate again until 1908, consequently at the two last elections we have taken the nom inees as given to us by Umatilla county. Now It Is "our turn," and the people of Umatilla recognize the fact, and we believe they will "tote fair" with us as they always have done. In fact, before the primaries numbers of the leading citizens of that county sent word to the Irrigator, and nu merous others of the county, that Umatilla was going to stand aside and let Morrow have the representative. And we nominated Mr. T. J. Maho ney, of lone, of course we are speak ing exclusively as to the republican party), and Umatilla cast a solid vote for him, the same as we did, at the primaries. Mr. Mahoney is not generally known In Umatilla county. Since his advent into this county some seven or eight years ago he has kept pretty busy at tending to his business as cashier of the Bank of lone, and has not been over Umatilla county generally, so he Is not personally acquainted with the majority of the voters. But the Irrigator wishes to say to the voters of that county, that this district has never had a better man presented for this responsible office than Mr. Mahoney, and there Is no man In either of the counties who would be more conscientious In th discharge of his duties than "Tom" Mahoney. He Is a good man In every way. As Dress Goods at Save Your Coupons straight as a string, as true as steel, honest and reliable In all things; but beyond that he is gifted with rare In telligence and fine business acumen. In offering him to the people of L matllla as our candidate (speaking always as a republican), we have pre sented the best man we have for that office, and ask from our Umatilla friends and neighbors the same loyal support which we gave their candi dates at the last two elections, and the same support they gave our can didate, Mr. Phelps, in 1902. That Mr. Mahoney will get such support, and that he will be trium phantphantly elected, Is a certainty, and Morrow thanks Umatilla In ad vance, and will stand aside for that county at the elections two and four years ' hence. Republican Central Committee. Colds That Hang On. Colds that hang on In the spring deplete the system, exhaust the nerves and open the way for serious Illness. Take Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly stops the cough and expels the cold. It Is safe and certain In results. Pendleton Drug Co. runners, Look Here! . Look out for a lying poster gotten out by the liquor men at the last mo ment, comparing Linn county. All we need to say Is that Mr. Wylle of Pendleton Is from there where Re hade his home. He says as others do that Mayor - Mat lock's son has no drug store and nev er had. That entire poster is a tissue of lies. There is not a word of truth In It. Two years ago they published declarations from men In Texas, and from various parts of the land when the mater was looked up by telephone It was discovered that these wholesale liars had printed a lot of letters, every one of which had been forged. This Is simply filled with a lot of lies. If you ask the saloonmen here about It they know nothing about it and will not own it because they know It is full of lies and made out of whole cloth. The farmers and businessmen are supplying all the money for this campaign. They are tired of having their labor ruined and their taxes Increased so much. Like North Car olina, they will vote It out. Fifteen farmers were Interviewed the other day. Fourteen out of the 15 are for local option. Umatilla County Local Option Committee. For Sale Nine-room cottage, good location, good order. Too large for present owner. Enquire 100 Bluff street. SPECULATION MUST CEASE. There's a Sure Cure for Asthma, BroncJiItis, Coughs, Colds and Ca tarrh, so Why Should People Spec ulate. Remember, Hyomel will cure the above named disorders or Tallman & Co. ' will give you your money back. Co to them and ask for a Hyomel out fit, which consists of a bottle of Hyo mel (a very liberal supply) and a pocket Inhaler that will last a life time. The whole outfit only costs II, and If at any time afterward you need another bottle of Hyomel to ue with your Inhaler, It will cost you 60 cents. Ask them about It They will recom mend it. "I think your Hyomel is a grand medicine; It has done for me what doctors could not do, and I've tried everything. I had such a bad cough, and nothing I took did me any good. I tried your Inhaler, and I never had anything help me so much or .so quick. Wishing you long and prosperous lives I remain, you true friend, Saba She line, Met, Ind." . The Chicago American prints the following entertaining story of the rapid conclusion of the Chicago, Mil waukee and St. Paul railroad to the Pacific coast and describes as fol lows the country through which It passes. By reason of an unusual spurt in work representatives of the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul road say they expect to have the great transconti nental line finished from Chicago to Seattle and Tacoma next spring. . Regular trains are now operated on the new Pacific coast line as far as Mobrldge, Lemmon, Hettinger, Bow man and Marmarth, in the Dakotas; lilnWoiitaw, mated tnai uie Dumunti to Terry, Miles City, Musselshell and eoiKlltfoii.s In Uint county were far Harlowton, in Montana. Utter under prohibition Uuui wlth- Not In the history of railroads has!t It, and that Ills wn' business had a line been constructed with such speed. The route from Butte to Se attle and Tacoma, with towns, dis tricts and engineering feats, was giv en out recently. From Butte to Garrison, 53 miles, the line goes through the Deer Lodge valley. Then comes the valley of Hellgate river, the timber district. West of St. Maries the road runs through the Coeur d'Alene Indian res ervation. The well known Palouse district Is reached. This Is one of the richest grain and fruit belts of the Trans-Mlssourl country. At Tekoa the Oregon Short Line will be cross-1 40" cent greater sale man under cd on a steel structure 1000 feet long'"10 retail license law. , From Rosalia the line continues We admit that prohibition, such a. through this fertile and well settled ! tluy hnve La county, Is good for country 20 miles to Palisade. There it reaches the shores of Rock Lake. The banks of the lake are rocky and precipitous, excelling In beauty the far-famed palisades of the Hudson From Palisade the line follows the banks of the lake five and one-half miles to the new town of Lavlsta, at the foot of the lake; thence 37 miles through a country capable of produc - Ing grain, but which has hitherto not been developed for lack of railroad facilities. Six miles east of Rolston the line passes over Cow creek on a steel structure 1405 feet long. From Llnd to the Columbia river at Bever- ly, 73 miles, the line passes through the new towns of Roxboro, Warden and Othello. The crossing of the Columbia river is made on a bridge of 15 spans of steel trusses, supported by massive concrete piers, the channe span being placed so high a draw Is unnecessary. Twenty-five miles atfer leaving the Columbia river the line enters the j well known Kittitas valley, which Is ; Irrigated by water drawn from the ! river. j The line passes through a timbered country to Snoqualmle pass, through ! the Cascade mountains, at an eleva- j Hon of 3010 feet. The Cedar river Is then followed Into Seattle. The line ! to Tacoma parallels the Interurban. j Gradlng the whole, length of the line Is progressing rapidly with great- Iy Increased forces, excellent progress; is being made upon the tunnels, and j the Columbia river bridge nnd all les- ! ser structures of the same character : are in a state of advancement which ! makes certain that they will be ready when the grading Is completed. Track-I laying on the const will begin at Re- , attle and progress n rapidly as the heavy work In the Cascade mountains' Is completed. i READ THIS. Do the Taxpayers Want Prohibition In I'mutlllu County? Thaf question will be voted upon at tne election Held June 1, 1908. The prohibitionists give us for ex ample Lane county, Oregon, for the reason that Lane county's voting pop ulation Is about the same as that of Umatilla county. They also Inform us that Lane county has had prohl- j bltion for a period of two years, but : indications are that It Is In name only, i The Internal revenue office In Portland Oregon, shows that on May 10, 1908, 55 government liquor licenses wer. j held by the citizens of Lane county, which made a gain of 10 on the same! licenses over the preceding year, j Each license cost the applicant 25, and It Is very evident that the holder 1 COLUMBIA BAR. 632 Main St. Fine Wines and Liquors. Fancy Drinks a Specialty .....Hot Lunch Pool and Billiard Parlor GentlemenOnly..... First Class Rooming House In Connection. GORRIGAN BROS. PROFRETORS. Sold only in aroma-right tins. J. A FOLDER A CO. Seat lotao of each license Is dispensing liquor thereunder. The mayor of Eugene, who spoke at Oregon City on tho evening of May 15. 1008, n tho Interests or to pro. Increased from $30,000 er year prior to prohibition, to $00,000 per year af ter proliibltlon was adopted, BUT HE TAILED TO TELL HIS AUDIENCE THAT HIS SOX WAS ENGAGED IN THE DKl'G BUSINESS AND HELD ONE OF THOSE GOVERNMENT LICENSES TO SELL LIQUOR. During the past year there was shirped Into Vine county bottled beer nggregating 200 per cent greater sale In that line of goods than under the retail liquor license law, and during 'hp Pas i'f bottled whisky, com I nionly known as qpse goods, exceeded ! tne lawyers ana professional jurymen for about all they have done In Lane county for the last two years Is to prosecute offenders against the pro hibition law, and In the prosecutions ' thousands of dollars of the taxpayers- j money has been wasted and but little j accomplished. j One conviction In Linn county cost ithe taxpayers a little over $4000. j Thirteen trials with verdicts of not Kull,v ln 47 da'9 ana one conviction, Tne farmers pay their share of the ' additional expense, w,,o Are Working for Prohibition? ! A tew preachers who never paid one I ,ollnr ln tne ,n tnolr llve8' j Kow ask tnem why Llnn county has (44 government liquor licenses Issued j to 1,8 citizens, and 65 in Lane county? Both prohibition, ! Tne druggists and lawyers are rich ,n prohibition counties, but the tax- payer pays the "fiddler." Central Committee. Human Filters. The function of the kidneys Is to sl.alu out the impurities of the blood which Is constantly passing through them. Foley's Kidney Remedy makes "e kidneys healthy so they will Btraln out n'l waste matter from the blood, T!lke Foley Kidney Remedy at once nJ " wl" milke '0l wel1- Pendlc- ,0" T)rvB Co- Hook of Oregon Poem Out. "The Pong of the Oregon Pine," a little book of original verse by Bert Huffman Is now out nnd Is on sale at the Frazler book store. Price 60 cents. Printed on fine paper and highly Illustrated, - - - - - - - COFFEE Poor coffee has to be sold in bulk, it isn't worth packing:. Your grocer retnru roar Booty If ro toa't j Hu Schilling's Beit: wt pr him GROUND BONE FOR CHICKENS. 3c pound Also fine fresh meats delivered promptly at reasonable price l EMPIRE MEAT CO. 'Phone Main 18. Phone Main 90 XEW LIXE OF RANGES NOW ON DISPLAY. Gas Ranges, $14.25 to 133 Hot plates 94 to 95.25 Water heaters, slmm&rerg, etc. Slmmerers for cooking soups, etc., cost 1 1-5 cents per hour; giant burner, 5c; small burner, 3c; one oven burner, 4c; water heater, 9o per hour. A bath would cost 4c for fuel. NORTHWESTERN GAS & ELECTRIC CO. Col. Forgy's Place Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars Served. Card and Billiard Room in connection. . Expert Mixologists For Gentlemen Only. Graham Furniture Co. handles the famous Charier Oak Range which Is fully guaranteed and unequaled for the money. New Home Sewing Machines Just what the wife needs. On easy payments. Tour' credit Is good. EXCLUSIVE Eyesight Specialists; Glasses Ground to order. Complicated cases solicited. Ppeclal attention given children. German Optical Co. Suite 10 Schmidt Block. Pendleton, Ore. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Consultation and Examination Free. Large Qyantity of the Famous Rock Spring Coal. Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. Also fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice Cold Storage Company. "Phone Main ITS. 2jj Club Saloon : T. W. MURRKIX, Proprietor. Cor. Court and Cotton wood, PENDLETOir . OREGON, Phone Main 111. THORNTON MUSIC CO 111 Main Street HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk ing Machines. Records, Cabinets and Mosloal Merchandise.