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DAILY BAOT ORMGONIAK. PENDLETON, OREGON. BATVRDAY, JUNE 27, 1908. EIGIIT PAGES. FOR "PURE FOOD" GROCERIES DELIVERED PROMPTLY Phone your order, or call at Pend leton's popular family trading store. Prices are reasonable and quality best. Standard Grocery Co. Court St., Opp. Golden Rule Phone Main 96 FOR NEW REG Oil his FAB E. LEUPP IS COMING HERE COMMISSIONED OF INDIAN AFFAIRS VISITS HERE Himself and Wife Will Tour Central Oregon by Team. Significance f Visit to Umatilla Rec- Houni for the Des Chutes country erratlon Not Fully Understood An ment in the case of Bowman vs. Wade, an attachment proceeding. In the case X. C. Richards, of Raley, Rich ards & Raley, appeared for Bowman, while D. W. Bailey argued for the defendant. Judge Bradshaw returned to home in The Dalles this morning. ESTES ON LONG TRIP. n Looked Forward to With In terestMay Hare Important Bear ing on Future Policy. upon a combined fishing, hunting and hiiQlnAsa trin. .T. W T!stps nnil wife Official of Much Importance Own.' .... leave here thls evenlne or tomor. row. They will travel in a camp wagon with a team of husky mules as motor power and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Turner will accompany them to Morrow county. The next four months will be pass' ed in Crook county and the Cascade mountains by Mr. and Mrs. Estes, They will camp and fish at Silver lake and other small lakes in that section Frances E. Leupp, commissioner of Indian affairs, is to make a visit to the Umatilla reservation and it is probable that he will be here in the near future. Information to the ef fect that the head of the bureau is to be here has been received by Ma jor McFatridge, but his exact date of coming is not known. Nor is the ex tent or purpose of the coming visit known to the local agent. By virtue of his position as com missioner of Indian affairs, Mr. Leupp is the head of the Indian service In the United States and is an official of much importance. Accordingly his coming visit will be looked forward to wJth interest by local people and especially by those closely interested in reservation affairs. While his vl lt may be of no special significance It Is possible that a personal visit from trim may have an important bearing on the future administration of the reservation. In the past there have been many points of contention between the gov- WORK WIIiL COMMENCE SOON ON CHURCH HOME. Kulhliiig Will Ilo Completed and Ready for Occupancy by October Two-.Story Structure Will Harmon ize In Architecture With Church of Redeemer. Work Is to be commenced soon up on the new Episcopal rectory to be built adjoining the Church of the Re deemer and by October Johnson street will be graced by a dwelling house that will be a credit to fhe city. The old rectorj- has been disposed of to Mrs. Elvira Teel of Echo, and It Is to be moved just across the street and fitted up for occupancy. Work on the new rectory will be taken up as soon as the old one Is moved. The new rectory Is to be a two story structure and Its architecture will be In harmony with that of the Episcopal church. The building will be frame and will be hard finished. It will contain eight or nine rooms and It is estimated that the total cost will be about $3000. The work on the new rectory will likely be done by O. I. LaDow, though no contract has yet been let, TO PLAY AT WALLA WALLA. Pendleton's Fourth of July Game Will Not De in La Grande, Played Won Lost P. C. HARVEST IS GREAT; LABORERS ARB FEW La Grande ..21 Walla Walla 20 Pendleton ...22 Baker City .21 17 9 9 7 4 11 13 14 .809 .450 .409 .333 play July and they will devote some time to work on an irigated ranch which Mr. Estes -bought in that section. A Lawn Party. Miss Olive Gwinn. daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. J. H. Gwlnn, was the hostess at a charming little party held at their home on South Main street Thursday evening. About 35 boys and girls, friends of the young lady, were entertained during the evening. It was a lawn party and the lawn and porch were Illuminated by strings of Japanese lanterns. The interior of the house was nicely decorated with roses. The evening was passed in playing juvenile games and dainty refreshments were served. Excursion Rates. eminent and white renters on the1 " - ""w-c reservatlnn. However, since the ar-,clal scl rates for July 4. They rival of Agent McFatridge peace has are to apply for a11 Pints withln 200 reigned undisturbed and apparently ! miIes of Pend'eton. The rate will be there are now no serious differences one and a tnlrd fare and the tieket3 ! win oe gooa going eitner tne third jor fourth and will be good returning ! up to and including July 6. to be adjusted. RRADSnAW ON THE BENCH. That the Pendleton team will at Walla Walla the fourth of instead of at La Grande Is announced by Dean Tatom, manager of the team. Tatom came over from La Grande yesterday and the team wiU come home following the game tomorrow. They will then go to Walla Walla for a series and the fourth of July game will bo one of the number. Following the fourth of July series the Garden City team comes here for a series and the baseball season may then be closed. Pendleton lost to La Grande yester day in a lose game by the score of IS to 9, while Walla Walla won from Baker, 6 to 5. IN THE NORTHWEST LEAGUE. -Van-in a Even Break. Vancouver, B. C, June 26. couver and Butte broke even double header today. Scores: First game R H I Butte . 2 10 ' ( Vancouver 1 7 Batteries Hall and Arbogast Harkness and Kreltz. Second game R H E Vancouver - 4 5 ( Butte 3 5 i Batteries Erlckson and Arbogast J. Thomas and Bender. Jmle From The Dalles Takes Jmlse Bean's Sent for Few Honrs. Judge W. L. Bradshaw of The Dalles, was here last evening and oc cupied the circuit bench here In place of Judge Bean at a session of court In the evening. The session was for the purpose of listening to an argu- COLDS Tlx very hour a cold starts Is the time t check it. Don't wait It may becoma deep-seated and the cure will be harder then. Every hour lost at the start may add days to your suf fering. Take Dr. Campbell's Fine Wheat Crop. Dr. W. R .Campbell has brought In a sample of wheat from his Cold Springs ranch and it is on exhibit at tne Hartman Abstract companys quarters. According to the doctor, niswneat will yieia 45 Dusneis per are. V Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were Issued today I to the following parties: I Charles Chapman and Lulu Hog gett. L. G. Sealor and Cassle Pearl Bran nin. F Cold & S Capsul See "The Legend of a Ghost" at the Dime theater, commencing Sunday, June 28. Read the East Oregonlan. Used In time they save a 11 cs that ex- mlght follow aickaeee, worry, penses. They nevr fall. Tallman & Co. Leading Druggists. TEA You think one tea a good as another ? Why don't you buy at the lowest price you see in the window ? Tew craoar ratam raaran.f B rw 4ml r'i BmL atfar.Ua. City Property for Sale Building lota from $3M to 100 Five-room dwelling, one lot 1140640 Two lota and dwelling, chicken fencing and house J800JMJ Seven-room dwelling and two lota 93000 A , Five room dwelling, barn and four lots .$1500.00 A home In any part of the city. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12! E. Court St.. Pendleton, Ore. IN SELECTING YOUR BANK .lve careful attention to the stability of the bank and Its willing im8 to co-operate with Its patrons In the development of their business. Our customers value and "bank on" our willingness and ability to assist them lnevery way consistent with safe, sound banking. This makes a satisfactory and profitable arrange ment for the future well-being of both bank and patron. We shall be pleased to have yon open an account with us. Commercial National' Bank United States Depository Seattle 7; Taeoma 1. Seattle, June 26. Seattle won from Tacoma by a batting rally In the eighth. Frisk, Five netted hits, one six runs. Seattle .0.0 0 1 0 0 0 Tacoma 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Batterles-AlIen and . ker and Shea. a homer by Score: R H E 6 x 7 10 0 01 5 2 Fortler; Ba Indians Get Another. vpoKane, June z. Aberdeen ap parently had today's game won but in the eighth, after the first two men at bat had been retired, Callff filled the bases and Roberts, a young semi professional, sent in to bat for Kllll- lay, lined out a safe one, scoring two Th score: R H E Aberd'n 00000300 0 3 8 I Spokane ..1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 6 7 Batteries Callff and Spencer; Kll lilay, Wright and McCarter. PACIFIC COAST GAMES. Good Game a "Frisco, San Francisco, June 26. San Francisco won from Oakland today by a 3 to 1 score In a featureless game. The score: R H E Oakland 1 7 San Francisco 3 7 Batteries Dollar and Lewis; Jones and Berry and La Wonge. Beavers Win In 11th liming. Los Angeles, June 21. Portland today won again from Los Angeles In. l innings, 9 to 5. In the 14th, Coo ney scored on his fly to right. Bra shear's error and Ryan's double. Raf- ferty's single scored Ryan, and on a sacrifice and Bassey's single Raferty scored, jjassey stole second and scored the fourth run on Delmas er ror. Score. R H E Los Angeles 5 14 t i'ortiand , 9' 13 2 Batteries Hosp and Easterly; Kln- sella and Madden. American League Games. At Cleveland Cleveland 4, Chica go Z. At Detroit Detroit 2, St. Louis 4. At Philadelphia New York 2, Philadelphia I. At Boston Washington 6, Boston 0. - With National Players. At St. Louis St. Louis 1, Pitts burg 10. At New York Boston 0, New York Farmers Are Again With the Prob lem of Getting tlx) Needed Help. Grain-cutting time Is near at hand In the wheat-producing sections of the Interior and the farmers are again confronted with the always serious problem of securing the needed help for the harvesting of the crop. The cutting of fall-sown grain In the three northwestern states usually begins early In July and it Is not until the latter part of August that the crop of spring and fall grain Is gathered, but this year the season Is a little late. While it Is generally conceded that the wheat' yield of the northwest this year will be slightly, at least, under that of 1907. the task of gathering the crop will be no small one, and for this purpose a small army of men will be needed In .the wheat fields during the two harvest months. With mills and factories more or less gen erally suspended as a result of the late financial depression, logging camps and sawmills closed down for the time and railroad construction work curtailed, It was believed that there would be no difficulty In se curing the help needed by the farm ers; but reports have already reach ed the city from some of the principal wheat districts that help Is scarce. Offers of wages from $2.50 to $5 a day, with, board and lodging provided have not yet drawn the forces that will be needed through the harvest season. It Is said that there are now on the coast thousands of idle men, who were thrown out of employment by the closing of mills and other indus tries some time ago, and other thou sands are without employment in many of the mining districts of the Interior. Many of these will of course take to the harvest fields, but It Is the experience of farmers that sawmill men and others who have been engaged In the lumber Industry do not usually take kindly to harvest field work andnot many of them, are drawn Into It. ' The use of combined harvesting and threshing machines has' In a large way disposed of the labor problems' In many districts, but even with these' machines thousands of men are need ed, and In many places the greater part of the grain Is yet cut with binders. In districts where men are building homes on government lam. there will be no serious labor short age. In other parts the farmers will have to get help as best they can. It will be of Interest to farmers this year to know that grain bags will In all probability cost materially less than a year flfio. In Portland stand ard Culeutta bugs are now quoted at 6 3-4 to 7 cents apiece, as against an average price of 8 cents last year. This means a reduction of $10 ,t $15 a thousand from the cost of bags a year ago. ' Bags of domestic, manu facture, which comprise but a small part 6f the quantity used every year. are held at about the same figures as the Imported article. The bag supply for the season 1 already largely contracted for. and In some or tne wneat districts It Is re ported that the farmers, with a view 10 geung Dags ai low prices, some time ago made contracts for supplies at prices considerably higher than those now prevailing. Local dealers say there is small probability of any advance this season In bag prices over present quotations. The wheat yield of the Inland em pire this year Is yet a matter of spec ulatlon, and estimates on the prob able output vary widely. Some of the local grain men hold that the crop will be 25 to 30 per cent under that of last year. Some estimate the out put at 50,000,000 to 65,000,000 bush els. It will be impossible until the harvest Is well under way to make anything like nn accurate guess on the size of the crop. . SHEEP INCREASING. v Australia, Sheep Country of the World, Has Larger Flocks. Sheepmen of this county will be In terested In some statistics regarding the sheep Industry in Australia con tained In the last Issue of the Ameri can Sheep Breeder. Australia is uni versally recognized as the sheep coun try of the world, and the statistics given show that the number of sheep Is increasing. In 1905 Australia sheared 74.000,000 sheep; In 1906, 82,000,000, while In 1907 the number had Increased to 88, 000,0000. There are now 109,000,000 sheep in Australia and the tributary islands composing Australasia. Last year the United States had but 38,000, 000 sheep. Fourth of Jul Social. In a Fourth of July social held at the home of G. A. Hamblen last even ing, 35 or 40 members of the Chris tian Endeavor society of the Presby terian church, were well entertained. For the occasion the house was ap propriately dacorated In red, white and blue and firecrackers were given as prizes In the games played. Miss Ruby Whlttemore served as the god dess of plenty, In lightweight suits and serges blue, We have swell clothes to sell to you, - No matter if the days be hot, We'll dress you cooly on the spot. By the author of Sunny Jim. June Celebration Prices for 4th of July Togs. $30.00 suits, June sale $22.50 $25.00 suits, June sale $18.75 $20.00 suits, June sale : $15.00 And these are very good suits' tailor made and finish. $16.00 suits, June sal $12.00 $10.00 suits, June sal : $7,50 $5.00 suits, June sale $3.75 $4.00 suits, June sal $3.00 $3.00 suits, June sale $2.25 ' And you save. The Pants You Wear $10.00 pants, June sale $7.50 Sb.00 pants, June sale $6.00 $6.00 pants, June sale $-1.50 $4.00 pants, June sale $3.00 1-4 off All Boys' Suits. Kids Wash Suits Half Off. All your needs m Gent's fine, cool and correct Furnishings. ROOSEVELT'S BOSTON STORE Where You Trade to Save. SHARI'SIIOOTFRS TO PHACTICR. Only Few Weeks Ilerore Stale Meet and liOeul Team J I mm Not lleen Se leetetl.j With the state rifle shoot now but a few weeks distant some hard target practice work is to be done Jy com pany L members. In compliance with orders recently Issued by Adjutant General Finzer, the rifle shoot will be held at Salem this year and will com mence July 15. Each Infantry com pany In the state Is allowed a team of four men. l'p to this time the team for com pany L has not been formally selected and all those desiring to tryout for the team are Inxtructed to be at tht armory at 8 o'clock tomorrow morn ing. The forenoon will be devoted to target practice at the company's range on Tutullla. FIRR AT I'KIAH. ii ' Maze; Destroys Chllson Home anil Con tents N'o Insurance. The home of B. F. Chllson, near Uklah, was destroyed by fire Wed nesday afternoon. The house, with most of Its contents, was entirely burned and In addition a woodshed In which some tools were stored was alscT burned. No Insurance was car ried by Mr. Chllson and as a result he Is a heavy loser by the blaze. Aside from his ranch property, which he now wishes to sell, Mr. Chll son conducts a lumber business In I'klah. When you need to take something take It promptly for the stomach, but take something you know Is re liable something like Kodol for Dys pepsia and Indigestion. Kodol la pleasant to take. It Is reliable and la guaranteed to give relief. It Is sold by Tallman & Co. I Our Specialty is t theFaniilyiTrade We are fully prepared to fur nish you the best of lard, sau sages and fresh, smoked or cured meats and fish each day. Central Meat Market Carney & Tweedy, Telephone Main 82. Phone Main 515. . THORNTON .MUSIC CO 813 Main Street. HIGH GIIADR PIANOS nml OHGANS Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk ing Machines, Records, Cabinets and Musical Merchandise. Billiard Hall ClMingc, R. A. Rutherford has sold his In terest in the Pastime amusement par lors, located In the basement of the Worklngmen's Clothing company building, to George O'Danlel, formerly engaged in the furniture business. The firm name will now be Molitcr & O'Danlel. Rutherford will go to North Yakima, where he has an Interest in an amusement parlor. " Tea, to be Good, should be free from artificial coloring it should be pure. Folger's Golden Gate Teas are pure healthful re freshing. -Six flavors Japan English BreeKfatt Gunpowder Ceylon Oolong BlacK U Green j GoWenCate 1 1 irsJi i TEA CEYLl Packed flavor-tight in dust- The choict of Bitot n.-n. is. natter of tut ' Pr0 CartOnS. J. A. Folger SL Co. San Francisco Importers of Pure Teat 5. At Chicago Chicago 8, Cincinnati See "The Legend of a Ghost" at the Dime theater, commencing Sunday, June 28. If you see It In the East Oregonlan, It's so. HeirmlHton Baptist Are Ituny. At the Baptist church In Hermlston 13 new members were baptized Thurs. day evening. It. being the first cere mony of that kind occurring In the new church. The church, which Is beautiful little structure, Is of con crete blocks and Is a fine addition to Hermlston. . Fine store and office room for rent. East Oregonlan building. Enquire Straw and Panama Hats Every Straw and Pana ma Hat Sofd at Cost THE MEN'S SHOP MAX BAER (his offloa.