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DAILY EAST ORHiiOMAN, PENIH-ETON. OUEGON. JIOXDAV, MAY 17, 1006.
PAGE THREE. LOCAL ATHLETES 880-yard run Fanchcr, Spokane; Sehultz, Davenport; Owynn, Garfield. Time, 2:07 4-6,. Mile run Fnncher, Hpokane; Woods, Walla Walla; UobbinHon, El lenHburtf. Time, 4:47 3-5. Shot-put Englehorn, Spokane; Watson, Tekoa; Durham, Spokane; 43 feet 3 .inches. Pole vault Monroe, Spokane; Mueller, Walla Walla; Mori. son, Wc natchee; 10 feet 8 1-4 Inched. High Jump Coe, SpoUnr.c; c:.-.Z Dolbow, Spokane, tied for first; Remy North Yakima, third; G feet 6 1-4 Inches, Broad Jump Remy, North Yakima; Delbow, Spokane; Monroe, Spokane; 20 feet 11 Inches. Mile relay Won by Spokane, Stougrh, Darr, RaUsbaek and Hitter. Time, 3:33 1-6. Tekoa second, El lensburg, third. BACK FROM MELT 8POKAXE VIXS THE MG INTER8CHOLASTIC CONTEST Thro Pendleton AthlcU-B Take Part Capture Four Point Many New IkvorriN uro Made Winning 8po kane Team Tukeg Mottt of Tliein t'ook'of KHotiHlmrg, In Individual Star, Tukos Three Vim. ElGIll PAGES. f 4 - ft .Summary of points; Spokane 03, LewiHton 20, EllenBburg 17, Walla Walla 12, North Yakima 11, Tekoa 4, Wcnatchee 4, Pen- dloton 4, Davenport 3, Gar- fluid 2. 0 New Records Made. 220-yard hurdle 20 3-5 noco:uls, by Shuw of Iiculston. IHhciik 112 feet, by EiiKlehoni ol SM)kiuie. 220-url diinli 22 2-5 Heeomln, by Cook of KlIeiiKburg, Mile run 1:17 3-5, by l'unoher of Spokane. Shot put l:t feet 3 Indies, by En gclliorn of SM)kane. Pole vault 10 feet 8 1-1 inchest, by Monroe of Kxkiine. Three members of Pendleton's track team returned last evening from Pull man, where they had participated in one of the mowt successful Inter scholastlc meets ever held In the northwest. The Spokane hlsrh school won the meet by a big margin, while the Pendleton representatives only captured four, points. Gordon took one of these by running third In the hundred yard dash whHe Kimball captured the other three by running 6econd In the low hurdles. The meet was not remarkable by "the number In attendance, though the entries were numerous, but It was re markable In the number of new rec ords made. The victorious team car ried off the honors In this respect. Cook, of Ellensburg, which school came out third In the contest, was the Individual star of the day, winning 15 points by taking first in all three of the dnshea. The following Is the summary of events: Summary. 60-yard dash Cook, Ellensburg; Shaw, Lcwlston; Walton, Tekoa. Time, 6 4-5. 100-yar8 dash Cook, Ellensburg; Shaw, Lewlston; Gordon, Pendleton. Time. 10 1-5 seconds. 120-yard hurdles Dresser, Walla WaHa; Englehorn, Spokane; McCar thy. Ellensburg. Time. 17 seconds. 220-yard hurdles Shaw, Lewlston; Kimball. Pendleton; third not allowed. Time. 26 3-5 seconds. Hammer throw Phillips, Lewlston; Hurter, Wonatchee; Dresser, Walla Walln; 126 feet 6 Inches. Discus throw Englehorn, Spokane; DeWitt, Spokane; Love Garfield; 112 feet. 220-yard dash Cook. Ellensburg: Show, Lewlston; Darr, Spokane. Time, 22 2-5 seconds. . 440-yard dash 4- McWhorter. North Yakima; Hitter. Spokane; Hoobler, Lewlston. Time, 55 seconds. I .1 j. MARGARET DUNN, WITH "A MESSAGE FROM MARS," AT OREGON. SENATOR TILLMAN TALKS AROUT DIVORCE PRORLEM New York. Senator Tillman start led his hearers In his opening remarks nt a recent banquet by referring to the divorce question. "I have traveled all around this country," said the senator, "and there Is one thing about a South Carollnan that distinguishes him from every one else In this country. And that's this, that he has Just one girl and when she grows old he doesn't look around for some young pullet and go to some Judge, and for some trival causo frequently trumped up, get rid of the girl who has been with him all his life." Before his dazed hearers had got, over th'.s shock the senaor was well ! Inti nn anon.), n Jka n 11 nnl fin " 1 " tl i is the south solid?" j Increasing Exports from China to the "We're solid because we're white," lulled States Hcort'l by Consul, said the senator, "because we believe! In the year 1907, 56,133 pounds of In white supremacy. When you re-'. human hair were invoiced at this call that we have a proportion of ne- consulate-general for shipment to the groes In South Carolina which, In New ' United States, while in 1908 207,414 York, would give you 9,000,000 ebony ; pounds were declared for shipment, voters, you can easily understand why To comply with the quarantine re we think so much of the good old qulrements there are two courses op democratic party that stands for white ; e" storage under the supervision of supremacy. i the public health and marine hospital "From some of the recent utter-' service surgeon at this port previous ances of our president I mean the , to shipment, or disinfection under the president who Is now m the White , same supervision. In 1907 all the hair House, and whose presence there Is a j was stored before shipment, but In comfort rather than a sorrow It 1908 the demand was so much great seems to me that he feels honestly ! er and implrters were so anxious to HUMAN HAIR TRADE. CURE YOUR KIDNEYS. that It would be a very desirable thing for us to spilt up and get !n on the grand old graft in Washington." STUDENTS WILL IGNORE THE ANTT-FRAT LAW ei i"u hoi. iu me uinieu oiniesp that a heavy proportion of the ship ments were fumigated and disinfect way, while only 13,344 pounds went It is also Interesting to note that In 1907 over three fourths of the to tal quantity moved by way of the Su- , Oakland, Cal. That the members! pz canal, 42,789 pounds going that of the Phi Chi fraternity of the local j wa'. whle nlQ 13,344 pounds went high school are planning to ignore the i VIa the Pacific lines. In 1908 the orders to dissolve secret societies n j suuation was somewhat changed. the school, recently Issued bv the I Partly to lessen the time of transit board of education, was made known and Partly because of efforts made by today when it was announced that the Pacific lines to secure a greater they would be hosts Saturday morn- snare of the traffic, the exporters be ing on an excursion about San Fran- I mn t0 8nlp vla Pu8pt sound ports and Cisco bay. I han rancisco, so that while the Suez The anti-secret society law passed j rou,e BCCUI"ed 112,119 pounds, the by the state legislature provides that'raclfle rou,e handled 94,909 pounds. all high school fraternities and soror- 1 nls ,lalr 18 orusnt to Hongkong ities be dissolved by May 1. The lo-'from tne Interior, and here cleaned cal hoard of education has decreed i nni1 sortP,l. according to length and that after April 30 the organizations ! qm,,:ty' U ls thon Teked and either must cease to exist in the school and stord or disinfected. In accordance that all members mut sign paper? wlth ,h Quarantine regulations, renouncing affiliation with their so.j!,ml shil'l'ed to New York City, cletles. j 11 ls Si,UI npie that the hair can be Acting, It Is said, under the legal' S" ,rt'atpJ York as to alter its advice of Henry C. McPike of San ; l'ol"r 8,1,1 ,,xt,,rp. and that it Is used Francisco, father of Grayson Mc- ",nKln tne switches, enris and Pike, a member of the Pli'l Chi fra- b:'m'9 wh!l'h nre 80 fashionable In ternlty, the members are said to have thc Uni,(,J States at the present time. dee'ded to lenore the stiite lw nn.! rl"K- nen tile demand In Do Not Endanger Life When a Pen dleton Citizen Shows Yon the Cure. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness headaches, languor, why allow them selves to become chronic Invalids when a certain cure ls offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills ls the remedy to use, because it gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their work. If you have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney diseases, cure yourself now, before diabetes, dropsy or Brlght's disease sets In. Read this Pendleton testimonial: Mrs. Arthur Hammer, 717 Aura street. Pendleton, Ore., says: "For the last five years Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at the Pendleton Drug Co., have been just as effective in ellm Inatlng backache as they were when they first came to my notice in the spring of 1903. Doan's Kidney Pills proved conclusively to me when I recommended them to my friends that they were a reliable remedy and I still vouch for their merit as I have the greatest confidence In them." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. the order of the board and to main tain their organlzatioin. Synopsis of the Annual Statement of the Caledonian Ins. Co. of Edinburgh, Scotland, in the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, on the 31st day of December, 1908, made to the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Ore gon, pursuant to law: CAPITAL. Amount or cnpilal paid up In cimli Snniitm-v Iieponlts J ooooouu , , INCOME. I miliums received during the yenr In cimli $1 mm 7.-,n .-,7 InteredlB, dividends and rents received during the year.. S7.!"7.r income from other sources received during the yenr.... 11 VililHL' Total Income ' ' " j iM, .,, DISItl ltSKMKXTS. ' IiOSHes pnld during the yenr $ 7.jt,047 'JO idvidcndx pnld during the yenr on rnpltnl stock ConinilHNlnns and salaries pnld during the year 4.'t's4.'t04 Tflzps. Ilcem.es and fees paid during the yenr ;titji.-,4 : Amount of all other expenditures 207 (;t4 84 Total expenditures ; 1,437,1 X0.5U ASSETS. Value of renl estnte owned , f fi'.'S.nnn.oo Value of stocks and bonds owned ,11ii!o7(!hi I.onns on mortgages and collateral, etc 3.Hnr!fl: Caah In banks and on hnnd , ;,, lfll,rNH.o;t ' Premiums In courn of collection and In transmission.. 14:i!7lt!UlO Totnl ndmltted assets 1 0411 it 5-1 MAI1IL1TIE8. ' "" ' Crons claims for losses unpaid f 134,340.27 Amount of unenrned premiums on all outstanding risks.. l,2:it!,0ll!r5 Due for eommliwlon and brokerage All other liabilities 013,880 71 Totnl llnhlllties 1,IM4.'.':U.M Totnl Insurance In force December 31, IIMS..,' J'Tt "Ml 14(1 00 llfSISKSS IN OltKtiON FOIl THE YEAH, '" ' Totnl risks written during the year 14.'f,ii.'i0 no Gross premiums received during the yenr 37.4N.V!i:i Premiums returned during the yenr , lUltrViflii Losses pnld during the yenr l(iNH.-,.ti7 Losses Incurred during the yenr 10.805.07 Total amount of risks outstanding in Oregon December 31, 1008 2,410 1.11 00 CALEDONIAN INS. CO, lly CIIAS. II. POST. V. H. Manager. Statutory resident general ngent and nttnrney In fact: 1IENUY UIOWETT. l'ortlnnd Ore PACIFIC COAST DKPAKT.MKNT, 430 California St.. San Francisco Cnl ' CONItOV & KKIM. Mnnngers HAI.FOnj. (il'THRIK & CO., Pacific Const Directors II. V. COLLINS, ltesldent Agent, Pendleton, Oregon. me united States for false hair be gan to assume considerable Import ance, one concern sent a man out here for the purpose of making direct pur chases. Other concerns buv through local export houses. Consular Ite-lxirts Lived i:2 Years. Wm. Parr England's oldest man married the third tinio at 120, worked In the fields till 132 and liv ed 20 years longer. People should be yohthful at SO. James Wriffht of PrMi'lnck, Ky., shows how to remain young. "I feel ju-t like a 16-yoar-old boy," he writes, "after taking six bottles of Electric Bitters. For thir ty years k'dney trouble made life n burden, but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me 1 bad found the greatest cure on earth." They're a godsend to weak, sickly, rundown or old people. Try them. 60c at Talman & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co.'s. Warships Grow Larger. The conviction seems to be wide spread that the future will witness a great increaso in the dimensions of warships. That the German govern ment is of this opinion is shown by the enlargement of tho Kaiser Wil helm canal, which Is to be deepened at once to 36 feet, with provision for a later deepnlng. if necessary, to 46 feet. The width of the canal Is to be doubled and the new locks at each end of tho canal are to be 1.0S2 feet long, 147 feet broad, and 46 feet deep. These dimensions, by the way, consld cbraly exceed those of the canal locks at Panama. Child Burned to Death. New Westminster, B. C. The 2-year-old son of O. G. Xaud, of Jubi lee, was burned to death early this morning. The little fellow was left alono In an upstairs room, the door of which was closed with a spring lock. The boy slammed the door nnd commenced playing with match es, setting fire to h:s clothing. Shriek ing wih pain, the little fellow rolled on the floor while his nurse made frantic efforts to break down the door having no key, but by the time she succeeded In effecting an entry the child was so severely burned that death soon ensued. Stnte of Ohio, City of Toleflo, tnens Coun ty. RS. Frank J. Cheney makes onrh that he Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Che ney A Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and Stnte aforesaid, and that said firm will pav thc sum of ONE Hl'NDltKD DOLLAKS for ench and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CriENEY. Sworn to before me and Bubsrrlbed In d'v iss'o''ni-' "lls Gth dny of Decembr' A- , A. W. OLEaSON. sf,nl;,). Notary Public. Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Send for testimo nials free. K. J. CHENEY A CO.. Toledo, 0. Sold by all Drnpglsts, 75c. Take Hall's Family Plllg for constipation. EXAMPLE. A comparison between the cost and production of ...Umatilla Meadows... Tenacresat $175peracre--$l,750 1st payment June, '09$437.50 2nd payment June, 'lO-ST.SO 3rd payment June, '11 --$43 7.50 4th payment June, '12$437.50 Total to be paid in 3 years $1750.00 Ten acres, at 8 tons alfalfa hay per acre, each year equals 80 ton for 1 year or 240 tons in 3 years. 240 tons at $6.50 per ton in stack would net you $ 1 560.00 $ 1 ,750 cost of land $ 1 ,560 amount rec,d hay in stack $ 1 90 actual cost of land th hay, The above is an example of what can be done ten acres of the Umatilla Meadows. It is all under irrigation. It is all under cultivation now, being in alfalfa all you have to do is to cut and stack it. It can be sold at the above mentioned price at any time) It would take but very little work, say about 2 weeks a year to give the above results. Fox Cash, Hotel Pendleton, Phone Main 1 1 Pendleton, Oregon Byers Best Flour is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Gjod bread is assured when BYERS' BEST FLOUR is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Barley always on hand. Pendleton Roller Mills W. S. BYERS, Prop. Cheap Lumber. We have some that Is In our way, If you need lumber for any purpose come and see what we are offering. Oregon Lumber Yard, Alta street op poslte Court house. What time will the clock stop? "That which is worth hav Ing is worth advertising for." The old adage that what Is worth having ls worth asking for Is still true true of the more Intricate life of today. The thing you want whether It is a used piano or a home, whether It Is a ready-made business or a lost pocketbook Is obtained readily through advertising, and with difficulty, or not at all, through other means. Mil Will cure any case of Kidney or Bladder Disease not bevond the reach of medicine. No medicine can do more. kokttex & imoTnERs. 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