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DAILY EAST OIUCoiONIAJi, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE ST, 1908. BGBTPAGXS. TITLE IS w in- HEIRSHIP LANDS CAN BE TRANSFERRED. ' with ease, but the Ithaca crew li not quite up to Its uaual form thli year, w hile the competition is stronger than mr. Since 1900, the Intercollegiate var sity race has resulted as follows: 1900 Pennsylvania, 19.44 J-5; Wis consin, Cornell, Columbia, George- . jtown. In,Un OommikHT Give Hta Vl ' r,1,01"rn"1 " " W; Co . . . . i Wisconsin. Georgetown, Syracuse, on the Subject In Letter to Idaho Pennsylvania. Agent Make- Definite Reply to 190J Cornell, 19.05 8-5; WIscon- Quoetlon Raised by Some Lewlston 8,n; Columbia, Pennsylvania, Syra. Attorney, !cuse' Georgetown. , I 190 Cornell, 18.57; Georgetown, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Columbia. Indian Agent Llpps of Lapwat, Is In 1904 Syracuse, 20.82 8-6; Cornell, receipt of an Interesting letter from (Pennsylvania, Columbia, Georgetown, Acting Commissioner of Indian Affair .Wisconsin, Larrabee, in which the latter defines the status of Indian heirship lands, after title passes by sale, says the Lewlston Tribune. The letter was written to Mr. Llpps under date of June 11 and in part Is as follows: "The office is in receipt of your letter of May 28, 1908, saying that several attorneys of Lewlston. Idaho. claim that the title to any Indian heir- 1905 Cornell, 20.29 2-6; Syracuse, Georgetown, Columbia, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin. 1908 Cornell. 19.88 4-5; Pennsyl vania, Syracuse, Wisconsin, Columbia, Georgetown. 1907 Cornell, 20.02 8-5; Columbia. Annapolis, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Georgetown, Syracuse. Neither Annapolis or Georgetown. which I competed last year, have en-i in today's regatta. snip land which has been sold anil deeds approved by the secretary of.tered crews tne interior, or for which a patent in fee simple has been issued to the al-iOWIS THE TLMJE TO WtaA I. .1 t . . .i 1 ..r, ia nj qursuuimoie; mat mey contend that the government entered Into a binding agreement with the Nez Perce Indians to hold In trust their allotments for themselves and their heirs for a period of 25 years: THIN YOUR FRUIT TREES Washington Inspector Says Unless, Apples Are Thinned the Variety Will Be Poor. I Fruit Inspector C. L. Whitney an-1 that congress had no authority to pass "ounces that the time has arrived to an act subsequently which has the ef- glve aPP'e tree the third spraying feet of abrogating the agreement en- ror cdiln moth, says the Walla Wal tered Into with the Indians at the time Ia Union. Along wltn this announce the allotments were made; that owing ment Mr- Whitney gives some good to the views of the attorneys In regard ; a3vioe along the line of thinning, to this matter many people are afraid j "Don't raise pairs on apple trees," o buy inherited Indian lands; andSald ne- "Oftimes when the young that it is important that some steps, aPPles are crowded together in clus- be taken to satisfy the public that the ters ,w0 or more WM P"?w together; Indians have the power to convey good title to their lands when deeds have been approved by the depart ment in case of heirship lands sold, or after patents In fee have been Issued to them. "In answer, you are informed that ana tne result Is a deformed and worthless combination. Even where! this does not occur the apples. If al- lowed to grow too thick on the trees will be small and of Inferior quality. ! Even In weight, to say nothing of quality, a well-thinned tree will ex-' fee simple title to the lands covered icel the neglected ones In its yield. ! by the Nez Perce allotments Is in the Jow ls tne time to thin peaches, United States and the rights of use and' aIs0- If the horticulturist wishes a! occupancy In the respective allottees. I bl crP he must thin now. In thin-' They and the government are vested ' ning Peaches the greatest care must ; with full title. It Is clear that If the I be exercises In order to avoid Injur-: allottees or the heirs of deceased al- ! ln& the stems. The sprulus peaches lottees agreed, as authorized by law, should never be pulled off, but the to sell and convey their lands and the,stems snouid be severd with scissors government Is authorized to approve and does approve conveyances by them, complete title would pass to the vendee. It is equally clear that if an allottee applies for the Issuance of a patent in fee and there Is authority for the government to Issue such patent, complete title vests in the patentee, which he may pass to another by a proper conveyance. "The supreme court decisions and laww show ample authority. In the opinion of this office, for the heirs of Inherited lands and some classes of alottees to make valid sales and Urge Council to Support Rami. The canvass of the business dU trlct today in the interests of the Lewlston band has brought forth a strong expression from prominent 'business men favorable to some ac tion by the council that will provide permanent maintenance for the band organization, says the Teller. Mem bers of the council who were Inter viewed by citizens interested in the reorganization of the band have ex pressed themselves as favorable to such action by the council, and It Is department, and ample authority also vlded by the new council as soon as , to Issue patents In fee to allottees, ' that body Is organized, when the secretary Is satisfied that ! Under the provisions of the new they are respectively competent to 'charter the old council is prevented manage their own affatrs." j from passing anvrdlnances or res- olutlons that carrjan expenditure of READY FOR BIG RACE. 'the city's funds, but the matter will I be taken up by the new council as Thousands of Students Swarm Pough- soon as possible. When you realize that ninety-nine hair preparations out of a hundred, de pend almost entirely upon Tincture of Cantharides for any good they may do, is it any wonder that people fail to' get beneficial results from them. Tincture of Cantharides is made by soaking foul smelling green bugs or flies that have first been dJied and powdered in alcohol and filtering out the sedi ment. The practice of using Cantharides began centuries ago, when it was thought that a diseased scalp required an irritant. The utter uselessness of con tinuing to put these dead bugs into hair remedies, became apparent when the European Dermatologist, Dr. Unna (ask your Doctor about him) discovered that dandruff is caused by a germ or microbe; in reality an invisible vegetable growth, that can be passed from one head to another. An authority says, "Any successful scalp treatment must be based on the recognition of the microbe theory," and further, "What on earth gave Canthari des its reputation in hair remedies, is more than I know. It is a tradition" of a century and it is all nonsense. Cantharides cuts into the scarf skin and causes inflammation. It is made of dead bugs, and it furnishes exactly the element of decomposition that scalp microbes thrive upon." Newbro's Herpicide, the original Remedy that "kills the dandruff germ," contains no Cantharides in any form whatsoever. It is made upon the known principal that dandruff, itching scalp and falling hair, as well as dull, brittle and lusterless hair, are caused by a germ or microbe that finds lodgment in the se baceous glands of the hair follicles in the scalp. It should be understood that Newbro's Herpicide does not instantly destroy all of the thousands of colonies of microbes in a diseased scalp, as a live electric wire might be expected to destroy its victims. The microbic growth occurs just beneath the surface of the scalp, therefore, patience and reasonable intelligence are required, but under such conditions Newbro's Herpicide gives results that are often almost marvelous. Even in ordinary use it gives more actual and positive benefit than do all other hair remedies combined. It stops itching of the scalp almost instantly. D. V. T. McGillycuddy, Medical Inspector Mutual Life Ins. Co., N. Y., of Denver, Colo,, writes as follows: "Knowing the composition of Herpicide I can state that it contains nothing injurious. Its use will cure and prevent a recurrence of dandruff. It is an ele gant and ideal hair dressing." DURING THIS HOT WEATHER people who take pridr in extrcmtclrtnlintts will find Newbro's Herpicide t positive delight. It cools and comforts the ikin ind ictlp, and at the same time ia highly deterg ent and sanitary. It ia Indiipenible to tuff om exceiiive penipiration or prickly heat. Newbro'i Herpicide contain! no oil or grease. It will not stain or dye. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY A. C. Koeppen & Bros., Special Agents for Newbro's Herpicide. till 1 the ordinary yield. Peaches were not affected so much by the cold, as the petich sections of the state are In the more sheltered valleys. Strawber- i Hps are higher priced this year be- cause of the deficiency la the crop MISSIONARY CONTENTION and other berries will show a corres- IS NOW IS PROGRESS ponding shortage this summer. The ; price of most fruits has not gone up keepsie for Inter-Collegiate Regat-' Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Poughkeepsie, N. Y., June 27 S the one that children like so well After a night of fitful sleep, punctuat- to take at It tastes nearly as good as ed by fearful howls as of Invading maple sugar. It acts gently yet free savages, Poughkeepsie awoke this ly on the bowels and thereby it drives morning to find the town In full pos- the cold out of the system. It Is sold session of the thousands of students by Tallman ACo. who are here for the Intercollegiate regatta. All morning the crowds have ' Night Watch Needed, been pouring Into the city a riotous We should have a night watch for assemblage with lungs of leather and the next three months, says the Echo voices of fog-horn volume. The gay Register. This may look foolish, but colors of Cornell and Columbia are a stitch In time may save all we have most In evidence, but the orange of as now several hundred men are run Syracuse, the cardinal of Wisconsin ning around and some of them would and the red and blue of Pennsylvania not work if they had to. Everything are not lacking. The race for varsity four will start at 4 o'clock this afternoon to be fol lowed immediately by the freshmen eights. Both of these minor events will be two miles, down stream. The four-mile varsity elght-oared race i Is hot and dry and If a fire should get started It might sweep the biggest portion of the city before we could get It stopped. The city ls not In a position to put on a night man now but If someone would get up a peti tion we think enough could be rals will be the last to start Wisconsin ed to secure some one for about three captured the freshmen race last year, months, while Syracuse won the four-oared -contest. . I Kodol is the best known prepara- It is generally admitted that the' Hon that Is offered to the people to varsity eight-oared race, the big day for dyspepsia, indigestion or any event of American college aquatics, stomach trouble. Kodol digests all may possibly furnish a surprise. For foods. It Is pleasant to take, the last three years Cornell has won sold here by Tallman & Co. Sessions Marked With Inspiring Ad- 1 notwithstanding the smaller crops, as .sale conditions are not nearly so fa- dresses, Greet Interest and Deep voraDie M they were last year. Appreciation list of Prominent The state is obliged to depend tor cninr. Trtirtn-Hn- la Tn One 1 Us statistics largely on the business Evangelist Clark in Attendance. (Special Correspondence.) Turner, Ore., June 27. Wednesday reports of county Inspectors which are a meager source of Information at best. In California and other states the county assesors keep a rec ord of the number of trees bearing was a day of most inspiring addresses, : fruit every year and In this manner retaining and elevating the spirit of an early and accurate estimate of the See the Twin-Dime Across the Street. THE NEW DIME Moving Pictures Like Life Songs by Robert Fcnner from the Salt air Palace, Salt Lake All Music Furnished by a Real Pianist Interest and appreciation on the part of those present, which number In creases with the arrival of each train After the opening exercises Prof. Wlgmore concluded his work on the review of the book of Romans Every one received help from these lessons. Then came another one of President Zollar's masterly discourses. The afternoon session began with a paper read by Clark W. Comstock of Portland on the book of Joel. This was followed by an Interesting dis cussion led by E. S. Muckley of Port land. T. S. Handsaker df Corvallls and David Errett of Salem each gave a lively talk on "Financing the Kingdom." The evening sermon on "Christ as the Perfect Man," by E. V. Zollars was one that will long be remembered. On Thursday morning Prof. Wig- It Is more delivered a splendid sermon on "The Christ." After this President Zollurs again inspired his hearers with another grand address. In the afternoon A. K. Clark of the i "Clark Family Evangelistic Team," delivered a sermon on the missionary I spirit. His text was the words "Go ! Ye." We then listened to another of ! Prof. Sutton's unparalleled addresses on "Missions." The afternoon pro gram closed with a paper read by Albyn Esson of Sllverton on "The Idle Minister and the Vacant Pulpit." Absolutely fire-proof and the best ventilated theatre in the city. A Better Show at the Same Price ADULTS 10c CHILDREN 5c fruit crop Is possible every year In those states. The officials of the! state horticultural board have been ; endeavoring for some time to secure ; legislation providing for similar ac tion on the part of Oregon assessors. Mrs. S. Joyce, Claremont, N. H., ! writes: "About a year ago I bougnt two bottles of Foley's Kidney Rem ledy. It cured me of a-severe case of kidney trouble of several years' (standing. It certainly Is a grand, good medlcne, and I heartily recom- i mend It" Pendleton Drug Co. APPLE CROP WILL BE A BUMPER ONE Only lYult Not Seriously Damaged by Unfavorable Spring Weather. Secretary Williamson of the state horticultural commission says Oregon will have a bumper apple crop this year. Apples were about the only fruit not seriously affected by the cold weather which prevailed In the fruit raising districts of the state this spring. This fruit ls hardier than others and thrives under conditions that kill the growtlrM)f nearly every other kind. The pear crop Is only two-thirds of what it normally is. Cherries are scarce, the crop reports showing a I falling off of nearly 25 per cent from' All LewlMton to Aid. Lewlston business men will be ask ed to subcrlbe to the amount of S5, 000 to be used in purchasing the right of way for the electric road ! from Nezperce to a connection with i the Culdesac-Grangevllle line at aj point two miles south of Vollmer, j says the Lewlston Teller. The subscription Is in the hands of! A. C. Eitzen, the well-known Nez perce citizen, who reached the city last night and will present the matter j to the Lewlston people today. The people of Nezperce and the surround ing, country have subscribed to the amount of $56,000, and an additional 15000 Is needed to complete the right of way for the new line. "We believe the new road ls but the beginning of an independent sys tem that will eventually be extended to Lewlston, and the road now plan ned will be a material benefit to your city," said Mr. Eitzen when . discuss ing the new line today. "Known For Its Strength" What It Cleans The United States government will spend $600,000 for Its buildings and exhibits at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. A main government build ing and structures for Alaska, Hawaii, the Philippines and the fisheries in dustry will be erected. Just Received Nice line of Men's Tan and Patent leath er Shoes at the old Shoemaker's on Court Street A. EKLUND Many people do not know what a bank's capital means to its depositors, or the differ ance between a bank of little or no capital, and one with a large capital. One of the functions of A Banks Capital is to protect its depositors from possible loss; therefore the larger it is, the greater protec tion the depositors have. This bank has a Capital of .... 200,000.00 Surplus Fund of . . 50,000.00 Undivided Profits . . 25,000.00 Additional Shareholders Liability .... 200,000.00 A TOTAL OF 475 000.00 This means that this bank must lose prac tically half a million dollars before its'depo sitors could lose a cent. This protection' is for YOU. The First National Bank PENDLETON, OREGON SECURITY THE SHOW SHOP Cor. Main & Court Sts. A. C Friedly, Mgr. Programe Now On A Trip to the Moon. A Blue Bonnet SONG When the Harvest.Moon is Shining on the River.