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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, HATUIdtAY, OCTOBEK 3, 1908.
PAGE FIVE. wim PET m Don't Burden Yourself Now SIXTEEN PAGES. 1 J H- Jd m m iHi o 3 "Mm Mil l i a I n n h f.i u roi .fm i rl i4 P f H I N n H feVV.-V-V I IVi:.I'(M)T HKITILE ON POIITLAND'S STREETS XkiiIi Itimk Cook Tun itu Mmko uiul KrliiKN It to City to Help Sih'ihI Whrcw I Yvs rt Until ArrcHtctl Tlicii Cuirlt'H It o Jail Much Iln trvswd When orriMTM Ortlt'r HnuUe Klllttl. ZoohkIhI uru ugri'ed that the do inctl( .illou of rutik-Hiiuki's has, with with few exceptions, been proved to be ImpoHMlblt.', yet thin did not deter O. V. Qulglcy, until recently a. cook In a North Dunk construction camp, from adopting a 5-yi-ur-old rattler as a pet; jays the Portland Telegram, and as a renult of terrorizing the North End with the reptile last night, Qulgley lunded In Jail, the unlike U dead and the station forte of the first night re lief had not yet recovered from fright. Seveial yeekH ugo Qulgley, having heard the Htory of the domesticated nuke which captured a burglar In Its mauler's house and then rattled for a policeman, decided to go Into the reptile-charming business himself. In preparing dinner for the members of the construction crew, the cook no ticed a peculiar whirring sound com ing from the flour burrel and upon Investigation found a five-foot rattler In the receptacle. Securing a forked stick and a glass Jar Qulgley managed to capture the snake and at once formlated plans for laming the deadly reptile. Within a week the snake had become so domes ticated that It would eat out of Qulgley's hand and follow him about the kitchen like a dog. At the expira tion of 14 days Qulgley no longer fear ed being bitten and allowed the rat tler to bunk with him at night v ei k.i w n h m s if tw,'vn r,3 r q You're ture you're getting the genuine tvhen you buy from us. No danger of refilled bottles No danger of buying chenp worth lesi trash placed in CYRUS NOBLE bottles and palmed off as the genuine. We arc now selling for the first time in 4 years direct to the con sumer in districts where you arc unable to obtain this famous brand. I A quart bottles of GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE -ft m lam J'.ft I n uah a II lsrrA & paid to the nearett railroad express office. $4 90 Pure old honest whiskey at an honest legitimate price. Guaranteed to the United States Government and to YOU to contain all the secondary constituents that make it real WHISKEY The government officials state that any distillation that doesn't is alcohol. W).TVAN SCHUYVER & CO. EtUblithed 1864 105-107 Second Street, Portland, Orrgoo CUT T THIS UNC NO MAIL TO-OAT i 1$ W. J. Van Schurver & Co., Pwtluo, Or.,.' FjkWJ plcw find J?.90 for whici plcut toA DM at one by Qjrai, preptid, four quart GENUINE CYRUS NOBLE. r.OAiUn SALMON XEVEK EAT OX TIUPS II COLUMBIA RIVEH. The salmon In tho Columbia do not With his peculiar pet, Qulgley came j t a morBt after leaving the ocean to Portland on a vacation Tuesday t0 ascenj the river, until they reach and not satisfied with one snake pro- tne Bpawnlng grounds at Swan Falls, cecded to load up on North End ( i,jaho. Government biologists are en "chalned lightning." L'p to last night j deavorlng to fathom how the fish can the bibulous cook had enough sense, ,uve the energy to travel about 600 to keep the rattler in a glass Jar, but j miles without nourishment becoming saturated with "Joy Juice" Treadwell Nichols, with Messrs. C. Qulgley cast away the container and started up Hurnslde street holding the snnke by the neck. Within 10 minutes the street was de strte.l and Qulgley had the thorough fare, lo himself. Patrolmen Anudson and Murray were notified and In fear and trepidation crept up on the ama teur foiake charmer and placed him under arrest. Qulgley, his Jag and his snake were carted to police head quarter In the patrol wagon. The spectacle of an Intoxicated man hoi, ling a deadly rattlesnake In his band, entering the station door was too miieh for raptain Moore ajid Desk Sergeant Soreiisen and simultaneous ly they let out a yell. "Kill that monster at once," com rianded Moore from his billing place behind his desk. "Take that snake out of here," bel lowed Soreneii. seeking refuge on a stool. Qulgley thought the matter a great Jok- and refused to kill his pet until iigalii ordered to do so by Moore, wh bad by this time mustered up suf ficient courage to advance to the counter. With tears trickling down hl. chrcks, Qulg'ey bade a fond farewell to his companion and, gratmlng llw faithful reptile by the tall, pulled off Its head. A charge of drunken ness was placed against the conk and In the municipal court this morning Qulgley. after paying a fine of $2, disconsolately walked from the court ri iini grieving for his dead pet. Alfred and It. M. Lehamon, under supervision of. Dr. C. W, Greene of Missouri, was sent by the liurcau of Fisheries at Washington to Seufert's fisheries, recently to study the Columbia river salmon. These fish do not eat a morsel af ter leaving the ocean to ascend the Columbia for the spawning grounds, and when they reach these places there are no digestive organs In use. being shrivelled and useless. The ex- Daker amlnatlon of the Internal parts of the talmon was taken by Dr. Greene and the students of Science while at Seu fert's fisheries at The Dalles, and ground fine, being preserved In al cohol and bottled. These bottles were sent to the Hureau of Fisheries at Washington wher the contents of the same will be analyzed to ascertain what gives so much energy to the sul inun that tliy are able to ascend such rapids as exist at the Cascades of the Columbia and the long distance In tervening between the ocean and the spawning grounds at Swan Falls, Ida ho, and that vicinity, this distance be ing about tiOO miles. The salmon dis play a great deal of energy In making the long run. never eating anything ea route. It is believed that adult sal- JACK TAYLOR RETIRES FROM RAKER THEATER Jack Taylor, formerly manager of the Frazler theater In this city has retired from the management of the Buker theater In Baker City, accord ing to the Democrat, which says: For some time past J. K. Taylor, who has been the manager of the Ma ker, owned by John Cort and In the Northern theatrical association, has been undecided regarding his future! lease on terms satisfactory to himself, but yesterday matters were brought to a head when a telegram was re ceived notifying Mr, Phil V. Nebergall that his proposition had been accept ed and he secured a lease of the pop ular theater for a period of two years. Mr. Taylor will continue the man agement of his electric theater In With Unnecessarily Heavy Wearing Apparel. How you dress during the brisk, snapyy days following Summer and preceding Winter, will determine whether you are to be a victim of colds or whether you will be able to go through this winter without endangering your health. We have a complete line of Conns "MUlW MI"' STATE WILL HAVE MtEAT EXIIIIUTIOY Sedalla, Mo., Oct, 3. Sedalla Is pre pared to show the Mlssourlans who are bcirlnnliv: to gather here today the greatest state fulr they have ever visited, and one that will compare f.iVHi'.iMy with the best of similar ex hlMtlons In other stales. Installation ot exhibits Is about completed and the fair Is now practically comple and In readiness for the unprecedented ciowds expected next week. Many Improvements have been made during the last year at the handsome perma nent grounds of the fair association, ami the track has been put Into first class condition for the speed program. moii never return to the ocean. Had a Close Call. Mrs. Ada L. Croom, the widely known proprietor of the Croom Ho tel, Vaughn, Miss., says: "For sever al months I suffered with a severe cough, and consumption seemed to have Its grip on me. when a friend recommended Dr. King's New Discov ery. I began taking It, nnd three bat tles affected a complete cure." The fame of this life saving cough and cold remedy, and lung and throat baler Is world wide. Sold nt Tallman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s drug stores. For Ladies and Children Just the kind of a garment for early Fall and Winter wear. Ladies' Sweater Coats priced at $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00 Children and Misses Sweater Coats priced at $2.00, $2.50, $3.00 and $4.00 "0)9 ALE Saved HI Roy's Life-. "My 3-year-old boy wa badly con stipated, had a high fever ana was In an awful condition. I gave him two doses of Foley'a Orlno Laxative and the next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well. Foley's Orlno Laxative saved his life." A. Wolkush, Caslmer, Wis. Pendleton Drug; Co. 1AW DEPARTMENT STOKE i Capture Rad Holdup Man. J. F. Mannel, a negro who held up and robbed 28 men during August and September In San Francisco, and descriptions of whom have been wired the police of all const cities, was captured at Tacoma Sunday night with C. C. Thaddeus, another negro. He was taken off a freight train. Married Man in Trouble. A married man who permits any member of the family to take any thing except Foley's Honey and Tar, for coughs, colds and lung trouble, is guilty of neglect. Nothing eise is as good for all pulmonary troubles. The gi nuine Foksy's Honey and Tar con tains no opiates and It Is In a yellow package. Pendleton Drug Co. He who hesitates Is lost. Send In your application to Pendleton Lodge No. 324, of the T. F. B. Sent to Prlsn. Albert Yeder was arraigned In the district court nt Rozeman, Mont., and I leaded guilty to a charge of burg lary. He was sentenced to serve two yiars In the state penitentiary. Notice. We hereby agree to close our re spective places of business next Sat urday evening, October 3, between the hours of 7:30 and 10 o'clock. R. Alexander. The Peoples Warehouse. Bond Bros. Worklngmen's Clothing Co. F. E. Llvlngood & Co. Boston Store. H. H. Wessel. Despain & Bonney. Max Baer. Gray Pros.' Grocery Co. Standard Grocery. Will Ingram. G. H. Clark. Campbells. Carriers. The Vogue. Woman Interrupts Political Sxvikcr. j Well dressed woman Interrupted a I political speaker recently by contln- j Uhlly coughing. If she had taken ; Foley's Honey and Tar it would have cured her cough quickly and expelled ' the cold from her system. The genu- j lne Foley's Honey and Tar contains ; no opiates and Is In a yellow pack- : age. Refuse substitutes. Pendleton : Drug Co. I Read the East Oregonlan. Would Mortenge the Farm. A farmer on Rural Route 2, Em pire, C,:., W. A. Floyd by name, says: Ttueklen's Arnica Salve cured the worst sores I ever snw; one on my hand nnd one on my leg. It Is worth more than Its weight In gold. I would not be without It If I had to mortgage the farm to get It." Only 2fie at Talman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s. EAST AND WEST JOIN IX (JI IOIAX DAY FESTIVITIES. St. Louis, Oct. 3. German day will be celebrated tomorrow by the large German-American population of the Missouri metropolis. A parade with thousands of members of various German societies In line, will feature the celebration. San Francisco, Oct. 3. More than two score prominent German socle Hno of San Francisco and vicinity win nirticlnate tomorrow In an ob of German day at Shell Mound Park. Do not let anyone toll you that something else Is Just as good as Dc Wltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills be cause there Isn't anything Just as good. Sold by Tallman & Co. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at Eaat Oreronlan office. . Be Sure and Attend the SACRED CONCERT In the Fair Pavilion SUNDAY EVENING DE CAPRIO'S BAND Two Hours of Musical Enjoyment furnished by Talented artists a rare treat for Pendle ton people. No confettie sell ing or throwing. No noise to mar the entertainment. An evening's en tertainment such as you rarely see. Come and bring all the family. Hours 8 p.m. to 10 p. it Tickets Now Selling A Five Course Dinner Table d'Hote at St. George Cafe SUNDAY, OCT. 4, 5 TO 6 P. M. Sumptuously Served Only 50c Chicken Dinner and Ic? Cream 25c, 1 2 5 p. m. ATTEND THE FAIR. ATrRACTlONS FOR ALL ROUND TRIP FARES Interstate Fair, Spckne, Oct. 5 to 10. Walla Walla Fair, Walla Walla, Oct. 12 to 17. Umatilla & Morrow Counties Fair, Pendleton, Sept. 28 to Oct. 3. 3$ COLONIST FARES From the East during September and October. Ticket Deliveries Arranged at any points East or South. Call on W. ADAMS, AGENT. PENDLETON, OREGON or any passenger representative of the NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY A. D. CHARLTON, A. G. P. A, Portland, Or.