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bAILY EAST OUEGOXIAX, rEXDLETOX, OHEUOV, Till KSHAY, SE1TEMHEK 21, 1908. EIGHT PAGES. rn.fi OIT A HAIIl. ICOR w rwfl'i mm IP REC1 S ttles M. 606. Man Tailored Suit of English Covetr, Priced at $55.00 In Ladies' Fall Suits and Coats as Shown by The Peoples Varehouse Eastern Oregon's Leading Store. No. 609. Man Tailored Suit of F rench Chevron Priced at $55.00 r--iv i. tz,1 .-TIT 79'' tl : l f ( l P $M f vt lMIt ,n ffsfel.a Jfi't . (I Mi t( L Broadcloth Coat Priced at $40.00 Ml No. 535. Man Tailored Suit of English Tweed Covert Cloth, Priced at $55.00 No. 205. Man Tailored Chiffon Broad Cloth in black only, Priced at $33.00 The Excellence of the Styles, the High Quality of the Ma terial, the Superior Work manship as shown in these Garments, makes this Store the best of it9s class in the Northwest No. 544. Man Tailored Suit of French Serge, all colors, Priced at $35.00 fl EXf ECT BIG YEAR FOB 'VARSITY Ovor Two llunilml IYeslmu'ii Enter Willi 0Kii!iif? Wivk Muxil Has Mimy Xi'v ITresis of Difforciit r.iiiiichcs Xt'W UlMiirliiii EiiUth on Work 'oiiBfstlii of CIiishjh Is Now ltclicvt'tl. KuBfin. Sept. 24 Ovor 200 fro!i-iiu-n mo txpi'i'ti'd to filter the I'nl vcisity of Ori'gon duilntf the prem-nt wwh, act'iniliiiK to Iti-Klstrar Tiffany, who says that the hcIiooI'b outlook HiIh year Is cxoiptlonally brilliant. The faculty of the university nan lu-en Inereaseil this year ly Hie ailill lnn of nine members. Iist year It was impossible to do tills, qwing to la- k of fimils, ami ns a result many of the professors were compelled to take more classes than they coubl properly hanille. As the prospects nre very favorable for a large Increase In the stuilent body this year, the In crease Is very welcome. In Hie department of political sci ence Professor James P. l'arnelt will ; assist Professor Young. He Is a iKiailiiati- of the College of Kniporla, j Kan,, and took bis 1'h. D. degree at i ihe 1'niverslty of Wisconsin. I Dr. Hugo Koeliler lias been se cured us niswucini in uie iieruiiiu ue J partment. and will take charge of ! the elementary classes. This will re j lleve I'rofessor Strand, who took part of the freshman class last year, j Miss Mary H. Terklns will take Miss Slater's place In the English depart ment. Miss Perkins Is n graduate of i Hates college and took her A. M. de- gree at Uadcllffe. j Professor P. j. Parker Tlio Way Tell 1f Your Hair Is l. cnml, Even If you have a luxuriant head of hair, you may want to know wheth er It Is In a healthy condition or not. 98 per cent of the people, need a hair tonic. You can make a test yourself that you can nee and understand, which will tell whether your hair Is healthy or not. Pull a hair out of your head, If the bulb tit the end of the root h white and shrunken, It proves that the hair Is diseased, and requires prompt treatment If its loss would be avoided. If tho bulb Is pink and full, the hair Is healthy. Wo want everyone In Pendleton whose hair requires treatment to try our Itexnll "!KI" Hair Tonic. Wo promise that It shall not cost anything If it does not give satisfactory results. Hex.ill Hair Tonle is designed to nvpreonm dandruff, relieve ocalp Irritation, to stimulate the hnlr roots, to tighten tho hair already In th8 bead, grow hair anil cure baldness. Out of 100 cases where It was giv en a thorough, conscientious test, It grew hair on 93 heads, which should be sufficient proof that Ilexall "93" Hair Tonic contains extraordinary curative and hair growing qualities. Il Is because of our knowledge of this preparation and our sincere faith In Its goodness that we want you to try I' at our risk. Pexall "93" Hair Tonic Is a clean, clear preparation which does not grease, gum or thicken the hnlr. and It has a very pleasnnt odor. We have It In two sles, prices fiOc and 1.00. The Pendleton Drug Co. will assume j the head of the mining department. ' vacated by Professor Terrlll. He has I taken the degrees of 1!. S. anil E. M., the latter at the Colorado School of Mines. He has had practical experi- ! enee, and Is known as one of the best I experts in the middle west. The other new Instructors are As- I Distant Professor L. II. Alderman, in 'the department of education; Jamesj .Ciii-rle, In the department of chem ! istry; Samuel Elliot, In the depart I mi nt of psychology; Associate Profes sor Fiink, In the department of civil i cngiii'-erlng, and Miss Mozelle Hair, ln the literature department, i The university will also have a new I librarian. Miss Camilla I.eaeh h;is I resigned, and her place will be taken I by M. H. Douglas Mr. Douglas re ceived bis training at the library school of the 1'nlverslty of Wisconsin and was librarian at Iowa college, where be built up a splendid library. Professor Carson will also be as sisted this year by Mrs. Ella M. IVn- nell. who will act as assistant do-in of the famous protocol which settled tho war with Japan. The greatest excitement prevailed for a minute, while the visitor sur veyed the clerk with amusement. Then ho spoke In easy, even tones: "Thank you, so much. I win my bet " And he departed more quickly than be came. It developed that Henry Jewott. wh portrays the character of the linsslan grand duke In Liebler & (.'o.'s "The Man From Home," at the Astor tln-ai'T, and who "makes up" so cb-veiely that he Is the counterpart of Count Wltle, had taken 125 from Joseph Plunket, I.leblor & Co.'s act ing manager, on a bet. When Count Wilte was last In this count!) be spent several weeks at the St. Kegis with Ills suite. Jewott de clared he could enter the hotel in his makeup ami fool the clerk. 'It cost Mr. Plunket $2i to find that Mr. jj.u.tt was right. At the hotel yes terday It was said that In another I llllltlt..,, (It.. .1,.ttllA r..n " ..... t"ii..MT- "I I'Ulll Hlll.J Would have been recognized. women, and perhaps teach in th Engll.-h department. 1 lusp changes will make the ulty much stronger, and will n the congestion of last year. now TWO MILLIONS ITMI W VIKltWAYS WAS si-:ci'iir.i fae-lievc The I'pper Mississippi Hlver Im provement assool.it Ion has more than demonstrate,! Its "right to exist." It has afforded a concrete example of what may be aecom plisheil by unite. I i ff-nt. In arousing public Interest and In ."'Turing action by congress, says the St. Paul Pioneer Press. To the efforts of this organization must be at'ribualed the voting bv congress of j J2. imn, nun n four annual Installment j for pM inaii' iit works of Improvement, prohibition It,, ,,, e:im.. 1ms I II Tit.tr,. I... I " ""' " ' '" "-n'-Mi- : ,. ,,,,,.. ,,r reputuican elo- PKOIIIIU HON CAMEL WILL WILL HE l Si: OX H ALLOT Chicago. Sept. 21. The al race against the pliant and the democratic donkey In 1 il number of slates the law reonlr,. that each party have an official em-' I Idem printed on the ballot, that no' : voter may mistake his ticket. j Alonzo i:, Wilson, state chairman! j of the prohibition party, announced I today that the prohibitionists have I j decided to adopt the cannd uh tdelrl mascot, replacing the emblem of th I fountain and rising sun, which for merly Indicated the prohibit Ion umn. I Among the ange of plan which provides for a six-foot channel at low water all the (way from the Missouri to St. Paul, j Instead of the four-and-a-half foot ;ih.inn'l originally contemplated. It j Is tills association w hich Is to unify elfort for the making of one great tributary, the St. Croix through a canal connection with Lake Superior part of a grand "Lakes to the liulf waterway; tho canal ami river I at the same time, bringing the Tw in '('!t!.U tlt.t ,...! .....I ..Il - I ...ii ii, mi muer mnnugo 01 1 i.nkM sin ,.. I prese nt cost The eo il oeeil ov ' f, ., i I , 1 .. l'tl e .1. i ..i.i. it ii- r lie- seieeuon are that the camel Is the original "water wa-' g in;" that it can .discern a fresh sup-1 ply of water farther than any other! quadruped; that It can travel faster than the elephant or donkey, and reasons t is under no necessity of getting that a hump on Itself, being already sup plied with the article. a fraction of tho same unity of ef- h velop that other trlbut.irv. the Minnesota, as the great water highway for the grain of the Red river region to tho Twin Cities and onward to the gulf. There is every motive, then, for tho cities along tlx llliTiel- liver inwl par ticularly for St. Paul and Mlnneapo- IN, to show a lively Interest In the ! approaching meeting of tho associa tion, at Clinton, Iowa, September 22- 2 I. The nit. nil,,,, .r. i Tilm Wliitn it, in. .1.1 i ' r.f .1 o, I-IIKI', " u" iin.mu i r(, i tnl i.i.fli Have (.HWIU: PLANS SYSTEM IXJK 1'lllK WATEK SUPPLY La Grande, Ore., Sept. 24. La Grande Is to have an adequate water f m, and following this a sewer system will be lnsalled, which will do much to place the city on a basis of cities double Its size In the north west. The city council Is negotiating Ihe fale of $140,000 In bonds, which were voted last year but were not sold, on account of the financial Htiliig.-ncy In tie east. A bond brok erage firm In Chicago has agreed to take the bonds, having sent a man here last week to look up the law and pass upon the Issue. When the money is available, work will begin on the Heaver creek sys tem, surveyed and carefully planned for two years. The supply will be taken from a mountain stream 17 miles south of the city, flumed to the city, creating a power for electrical generation equal to 350 horsepower, and dropping Into the city water enough to serve the city for domestic purposes, fire protection and sewer age purposes until the town shall have treDtea lis present size. jresem i plans are to generate power for city lighting, the Installation of a munici pal plant being among the possibili ties In future years. At present the llgpting is done by a private concern. A Sure-Enough Knocker. J. C. Coodwln, of Iteldsvllle, N. C, says: "P.uoklen's Arnica Salve Is a surc-cnough knocker for ulcers. . A bad one came on my leg last summer, but that wonderful salve knocked It out In n few rounds. Xot even a scar remained.". Ouaranteed for piles, sores hums, etc. 25c at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co. To Hun In Autos. Dallas, S. D Sept. 24. Several automobiles have arrived here to be used by entrants at the opening to set tlement of the Itoseburg Indian res ervation next month. Many prospec tive settlers are already congregating here and the number Is expected to amount Into the thousands long be fore the date set for the opening, Oc tober 19. The lottery system will be used In awarding the lands. DeWltfs Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve Is the best thing to use for piles. Sold by Tallman ft Co. A Paying: Investment Mr ivenue. itnuiton, .Maine, says bren troubled with a cough every w inter and spring. Last winter I tried many advertised remedies, hut the r.Oe bottle of Dr. King's New Discov ery; before that was half gone, tho crugh was all gone. This winter the same happy result has followed; a few doses once more banished the inniial cough. I am now convinced that Dr. King's New Discovery Is th. best nf all cough and lung remedies." Sold under guarantee at Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co; BOc and $1. Trial bottle free. IMPEItSOXATKS WIITE AND WIXS HIS WAG El t lion of the great water way Improvement program now be fore It In which the upper Mississippi states are most concerned, will be measured by the zeal with which tho cities and commercial bodies here abouts demand such attention. If wo Bit still and let the St. Louis nnd Chi cago people do all the shouting, for their pet Items of waterway Improve ment, wo must expect to see them "hog" the appropriations nf con gress. The Clinton gathering will again "hammer" for this -appropriation. If other associations are wise enough to concentrate their hammering also upon this one object, there Is little doubt that It .will go through. Well informed congressmen share this View. If It does, the upper Mississippi and Its two northernmost tributaries are sure to receive early attention when those millions are to be apportioned. Now York, Sept. 24. A tall, dis tinguished looking man stepped from a cab In front of the entrance of the Jlotel St. Itegls at noon yesterday, sur veyed tils surroundings leisurely, and I slowly mounted the steps. He passed! " several guests In the lobby, who turn-. Nebraska Hankers. ed to stare at the stranger. At tho I''noo1n, Neb., Sept. 24. Members desk he found himself looking lnt.i"f ",0 Nebraska Hankers' association tho keen eye of the day clerk, who rr0m nv(,' ,ne "'ate met In an who nas seen service at me note since It opened, says the American, While the stranger was In the act of dipping tho pen In the Ink and reaching for the register, the clerk's eyes opened wide, and an exclama tion came to his lips. "Why, your excellency, Counl Wltte, when did you arrive?" The remark was pitched In a tone which could be heard by a dozen per sons. They stepped forward quickly to obtain a better view of the distin guished Russian, former minister of finance, counsel of the cznr and spe cial envoy of the peace conference at Portsmouth, Maine, where he signed nual session here today. The conven tion will continue through tomorrow, after which many of the delegates will proceed to Denver to take part In the national gathering of bankers. While. Plague War. Philadelphia, Sept. 24. Many men eminent In medical circles are pres ent nt the Conference of Tuberculo sis opened here today, virtually as n part of the International Congress In Washington. A program of Import ant papers and addresses has been prepared for tomorrow and Saturday. Read the East Oregonlan.