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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 20, IMS. PAGX ITYE. EIGHT PAGES. Hurrah for the . Fourth Only Four More Days to Get Ready. DONT FORGET that the big bankrupt 'sale of the $40,000 Teutsch stock bought at 56c on the dollar is the place. We can fit from head to foot Men, Wo men and Children and save you all money. Big Special for Four Days. 250 Ladies' Skirts at absolutely Wholesale Cost. F. E. LIVENGOOD CO. Successors to Teutsch's Dep't.;Store. PERSONAL MENTION City Brevities Ice cream at Hohbach'f.. Iin't mis the wild west show. All kinds of food dry wood. See Minnie. See Mtnnls for food, dry wood that burn. Lots of It on hand. Dressed chickens every day. Stark Poultry House. 'Phone black 3791. Wanted Furnished house, good location. Address P. O. Bov 680, city. Wanted to Rent Furnished house win take eood care. Address Box 218. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansberry & Milne, phone Main 5. For Rent Store room on Main street In East Oregonlan building. Ap ply at this office. If you need a good engineer, write "Martin." See ad elsewhere. Satis faction guaranteed. Wanted Good Japanese to do cooking and general housework. Ap ply 403 Water street. For Sale At a sacrifice, modern 18 -room lodging house on Main street. Apply this office. Sou Stanley Brothers' wild west 8lMv at the ball grounds Saturday mi, I Sunday, June 27 and 28. L,,kt on the streets of Pendleton, W.nk colt. Liberal reward offered fur ivtuni to Oregon Feed Yard. Hotel Bowman Cafe Is now open, a. in. to 10 p. m., a la carte. Straw berries and Ice cream also served. Good book case and writing desk, combined, for sale cheap at 109 Jack sun .s-.rcft. 'Phone red 3031. Apply souti. Lost Ladles' light brown rain coat, dark brown velvet collar and cuffs. Finder please return to Stewart's liv ery stable on Cottonwood street and receive reward. I:1khh Grail Tilings of Yourself. (Orison Sweet Marden in "Success Magazine.) A soldier onco took a message to Napoleon In such great haste that the horse he rode dropped dead before he delivered the paper. Napoleon dlc- Have You Defective Eyesight ? If so, place your case In the hands of a competent Optician. Wc use the latest, most scien tific and most thorough method of testing the eyes. We use nothing but the best lenses. Our charges are reasonable and work guaranteed. Louis Hunziker Jewel or and Optician. 711 Main St. tated his answer, and. handing It to the messenger, ordered him to mount his own horse and deliver It with all possible speed. The messenger looked at the mag nificent animal, with Its superb trap pings, and said. "Nay, general, but this Is too gorgeous, too magnlglcent for a common soldier." Napoleon said, "Nothing Is too good or too magnificent for a French sol dier." The world is full of people like this poor French soldier, who think what others have Is too good for them; that It does not fit their hum ble condition; that they are not ex pected to have as good things as those who arc "more favored." They do not realize how they weaken them st Ives by this mental attitude of self depreciation or self-effacement. They do not claim enough, do not ex pect enough, do not demand enough of themselves. You will never become a giant if you only make a pigmy's claim for yourself. If you only expect a pigmy's part. There Is no law which will cause a pigmy's thinking to produce a giant. Tho statue follows the mod el. Most people have been educated lo think that they were not Intended to have the best there Is In the world; that the good and beautiful things of life were not Intended for them; that these were reserved for those espec ially favored by fortune. They have grown up under this conviction of their "Inferiority, and, of course, they will be comparatively Inferior ' until they claim superiority as their birth rlght. A vast number of men and wo men, who arc really capable of doing great things, do small things, live mediocre lives, because they do not expect enough, do not demand enough of themselves. They do not know how to call out their best. A OK GAT CXXTGST. Roller nml Gotch Wrestling Match in Seattle. Gene Sullivan, who Is to meet Kid Scaler nt the Coeur d'Alene theater says his brother, Dan Sullivan, who went with the American team to the last Olympic games, Is now working out at Seattle with Frank Gotch, act Ing as the training partner for the champion, says the Spokane Chron Icle. "That Is going to be the greatest wrestling match of the decade, when Gotch meets Roller," says Sullivan. "Untch nns mor nnlds than any wrestler I have ever seen. He has holds that no one else knows and he has so many of them that the other fellow never knows what Is coming, Ho Is faster than ever. - "As for Roller, every one knows he must be good or he could not win from the men he has met In the last year. He Is big and strong, knows the game, Is fast and heady. It will be worth going a long distance to see and I am going over for It. The man who wins the match will be the undis puted world's champion." Masonic Meeting Tonight. A special meeting of the Masonic lodge will be held at the Masonic hall this evening. It you see It In the East Oregonlan, It's so. lot or Cold Bottle The new vacum bottle will"keep oontents hot for 24 hours, warm for 48 hours, and cold for 72 hours. Two sizes, pints $5.00, quarts $7.50. K EPF EM THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST.. 1 MOKE IRRIGATED TRACTS FOR KENNEWICK VALLEY Surveyors Are Running Line for Many Acres of Valuable Land Near Town. For the purpose of irrigating sev eral thousand acres of what Is con ceded to be tho most valuable land in the state of Washington, Fechter & Hudkln, purchasers of the Northern Taclflc Irrigating canal, are having surveys made on what Is known as the Relief flats west of Kennewlck, says the Reporter. For several days mirvevors have been running linos and if their report is as satisfactory as Is expected there is every reason helli.ve that the Droiect will be completed. With a lift of 150 feet it Is bellevod that 4000 and 6000 acres of that ex cellent land can be put under water and made to produce such fruit aa only the Kennewlck valley can grow The land Is above the frost Hue and Is remarkably productive, waiting only for the water to convert It Into the richest soil in the northwest Although no official Information can be obtained, as nearly as can be learned the scheme Is to establish a large pumping station In the vlcln Ity of Relief and take the water from the Northern Pacific canal to be dis tributed through ditches to be -con structed on the flats above." While It will require a large amount of mon ey to complete this enterprise It Is an acknowledged fact that the re sults would more -than amply Justify the Investment. The work of surveying has been going on quietly as have other in vestigations since the purchase of the ditch by Fechter & Rudkln. It is known that other- capitalists have become interested and there is every evidence pointing toward some startling developments in the Kenne wlck valley In the near future. "Those who are In any Way famil iar with conditions around Kennewlck will realize what It will mean to have those Relief flats Irrigated' said one of the largest real estate dealers In the valley. "There Is no land like It In the Kennewlck Valley, the Wenatchee or Yakima valleys, or anywhere on the coast that I know of. If Fechter & Rudkln Irrigate that land they will be Improving the best tract of land I know of. It will mean more development In this section than there has been for some time and It Is certainly .to be hoped that they will succeed with the enterprise." Joe Bailey left today for his home at Fosters. Mrs. A. H. Todd left today for Spo kane for a brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Vert are in Portland for a few days. Joe Bailey of Fosters, is a county seat business vluitor today. W. H. Daugherty left today for Echo after a brief business visit in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crawford and family have gone to Portland for the summer. Attorney R. R. Johnson was among those In the city from the west end yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Means and daughter, Hazel, are now In Portland enjoying an outing. W. Roy Saxton of Hermlston, was here yesterday and Saturday evening upon a visit with friends. Ross Newport of the Newport Land & Construction company, came up from Hermlston thhj morning on No. Mrs. F. W. Vincent and daughter, Eleanor, returned, from Portland last evening and will spend the summer here. Attorney S. F. Wilson of Athena, was In Pendleton Sunday In consulta tion with his partner, Will M. Peter son. Hans Lorenzon was In the city to day after supplies for his ranch northwest of the city. He will begin harvesting next week. Mrs. W. F. Gulon went to Walla Walla Saturday evening to be with her husband, who has been In the hos pital there for a couple of weeks. Editor Bert Huffman of the East Oregonlan, accompanied by his wife, returned this morning from Portland where they had been since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Crowner left to day for Walla Walla, where they will reside In future, Mr. Crowner having secured a position In a liquor house there. Miss Edith Still of Milton, and a student at the Weston Normal, passed through here last evening on her way to Wallowa county to visit with friends. Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Garfield return ed this morning from Umatilla where they spent Sunday cruising in Dr. Garfield's new gasoline launch on the Columbia river. Mrs. Charles Welttenheller and daughterln-law, Mrs. Viola Weltten heller of Plattevllle, Wis., are the guests of their friends, Mr. and Mrs, A. F. May on Bush street, for a few days. Lester Cronln and bride arrived to day from Denver and will remain in the city for a few days before going to Touchet, Wash., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Logan Renn at that place for a short time. Major E. E. Hall, claim agent for the O. R. & N. company, who has been confined to his room for several months in Portland, Is out again and passed through the city on his way from La Grande where he had been on a special case In his department. On What Their Fat Depended. Daring the week certain members of the Scotch minister's flock had been paying overmuch attention to sampling the local whisky, and the minister took advantage of his position In the pulpit to administer gentle reproof. "An" I tell ye, one au' all, ye're on the way to perdeetlon:" he cried. At that moment a fly settled on the Bible before him. He raised hlf (1st, "Yo're gaelu' tae hell!" lie shouted. "An1 ye'll all get there, just sae sure ns sne sure as I ding the life out o' this Ueef His flat crashed dowq as be uttered the words. Then he looked to see the result of his handiwork. "Missed!" he ejaculat ed. "Ah, weel, maybe there's a chance for some o' ye yet!" London Bellman. NEW PASTOR FOK PILOT ROCK. Rev. W. E. Warrington of Princeton, New Jersey.. Comes to the Presby terian Church. Rev. W. E. Warrington of Prince ton, N. J., has been selected as the pastor of the new Presbyterian church at Pilot Rock and he will also serve the Uklah church as regular pastor. Rev. Warrington Is Just out. of Princeton seminary and comes west to remain permanently. He will arrive over the O. R. & N. tomorrow from the east and after taking part in the Indian campmeetlng at the old agen cy grove will go to Pilot Rock next Sunday to preach his first sermon and take charge of the work In his new field. Prohibition Empties Jail. The Pike county Jail does not con tain a single prisoner and has not had one for over a week. This may be said to be due to the enforcement of the law against the liquor traffic. If the wonderful improvement in the morals of this town and county con tinues for a few years at the rate it has gone in the past 10 days a Jail will be one of the useless properties of the county Petersburg, Ind., Press. Lid on at Prower. All business men of Prosser, Wash., have been notified that hereafter they must keep their places of business closed on Sunday. The saloons have been closed Sunday for some time and the proprietors demanded that the law be enforced in other lines as well aa theirs. Fine store and office room for rent Bast Oregonlan building. Enquire The Wrestler's Pride. In olden times a wrestler who had v.on a belt used to go to his village church on the following Sunday wear lug the belt On the Sunday following that he went to some neighboring church In his belt and claimed preced ence over the other young fellows. Nearly all the champions were men great in girth and weight Old Stead man, accounted by many the most powerful wrestler ever known, was twenty stone weight Manchester Guardian. How the Dutoh Eat A Dutch meal la always reminiscent ef a game of cards, for the mother deals out all round the table, and when that first hand Is played out she deals afresh, and so on until the dish Is empty. There is no promiscuous serv ing, as with us, and the quick feeder (if such a person could exist In leisure ly Holland) reaps no advantage. ' If meals are to be HkerJed to games of cards, our meals in Dutch eyes must look like games of "grab," London Queen. The Jaws of Death. Teacher (after reading the "Charge of the Light Brigade") Who were the six hundred referred to In the verse, "Into the Jaws of death rode the six hun dred?" Fupll I expect they were den tists, ma'am.-Illustrated Bits. Not Worth Stealing. A certain dramatic author was seen tr a friend to have a manuscript almost falling from bis pocket "If you were not so well known yon would have had your pocket picked," said the friend. The careful reader of a few good newspapers can learn more In a year than moat scholars do In their great libraries.-F. B. Sanborn. Bargain Carnival of Importance to Entire Population Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday Only. e Five more days of this wonder ful sale, giving you every thing you'll need for the FOURTH OF JULY at cost prices. Come and see, the bargains are wonderful. Don't Forget the Place Pendleton Cloak & Suit House Buy of us and it's all right m PASTIME PICTURE SHOW SELLERS & MATLOCK, Props. Entire Change of Pictures and Songs Every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday. SEE! SEE! Looking for his 7th wife Convent Gardner Downfall of Burglar Trust Lyon's Tilting Contest Boss, Daughter and Dummy Illustrated Song. When it's Moonlight on the Prairie Darling Mary. Admission 10c Children 5c Edison latest and best 'Underwriters Model" picture machine absolutely fire proof. Persian Cleaning and Dve Works l VNDER NEW LXAGEMEfr.5g' JIJJ J, .. Ladles' and gents' clothing cleaned and pressed, menti a specialty. All work guaranteed. Ladles' fine gr- F. M. LORIMER, Proprietor Phone Main 194. Main Street Near Bridge. It's easy to reach North Beach Take Steamer POTTER from Portland Passengers are now transferred to tho railroad at MEG LEU, fourteen miles up the Columbia, from Ilwaoo, Tills eliminates the necessity of steamers waiting for the tide, and Insures a prompt and regular Bummer Schedule. The Steamer T. J. POTTER, leaves Portland every morning except Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 o'clock-Saturday only at 2 o'clock P. M. Remember the Summer rate on the O. R. & N. is $13.15 from Pendleton to all North Beach points and return; good until September 30th. North Beach la a famous, beautiful place the most perfect beach on the whole North Coast. There are accommodations galore at prices to suit all tastes; camping facilities without equal perfect baUdng conditions; all sorts of amuse ments and diversions. Come, have a good rest and a Jolly time. Let us send you our new summer book, and tel 1 you all about NORTH BEACH. F. J. &UINLAN, Local AgenO PENDLETON, OREGON Wm. McMUilRAY General Passenger Agent. Portland, Oregon. this offle.