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DAILY EAST ORBGONTAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1909.
PAGE BEVKJf. FUNERAL OF TUF. LATE O. T. THOMSON HELD main paoea. 3 Want Many Attend From Oilier Town Services Under Auspice of Masonic Order I'crmlssloii Secured for Moving PoMoMco Wcll-Known Fruit Shipper Vlll IVho Several 'J'lioflH Reported. (Special Correspondence.) Echo, Ore., Jun0 6. Today the re mains of tlio lute O. K, ThoniRon was lalil to rest. The funeral services were held under the auspices of the. Masonic order, conducted by Rev. Shangle. district circuit preacher of the M. E. church South, nswlHted by Rev. A. M. Thurnian of Walla Wallu. Masons and friends from Wallu Walla Milton, Pendleton, Umatilla, and oth er polnlH wor present. roNlofllee to bo Moved. The Porn Brother have received a permit from the post master general at Washington, 1). (., to move the postofflce building. They will begin work tomorrow, the building will bo moved to the west side of Honaiua Htieet opposite the Register office, go the concrete, building now under con struction fun be extended to cover the present site occupied by the postof. flee. Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd of Milton, are here. They eanie to attend the late O. F. Thompson funeral and will re main on a short visit. Jaa. P. Perclng of Chicago, was here last week visiting wiyi F. T. George. Mr. Perclng has the distinc tion of being one of the most success ful fruit shippers n the United States. Last full he shipped fifty carloads of apples from Wenacha, Wash., across tho continent by rail, thence by water to Europe and distributed them through France, Germany and Italy. Win. Robinson, at one time pro prletor of the Jones livery of this place Is a business visitor. Charles Snyder and Fred William left this week on a pleasure trip through the state of Washington. They are now at Portland and ex pect to take In the A-Y-P. exposition before returning home. Crops are looking fine since, the heavy rain last week. Mrs. Anna Steel, accompanied by her grandson, Master Weland Prior, have gone to visit with Mrs. Steel's son, who lives In Montana. They ex pect to remain aiL hummer return ing only in time for school this fall. The farmers are now very busy haying, and a good price Is expected. Alfalfa hay Is now selling at 112.00 per ton and with barley chop at $50 per ton makes rather expensive feed. Thieves are operating In this part of the county again. This time Gerome Gulliford lost a saddle, R. N. Stanfleld anil Dan Bowman a valu able horse each. There seems to be no clue whatever, but these articles evidently were taken by parties will acquainted with the property. COW CKA7.E1) BY HEAT COMMITS SPICIDE Waltsburg, Wash. Business was temporarily suspended here yesterday and the streets in the business section were vacated during the Insane per formances of a cow driven mad from overheating while being taken through the city to the Hale slaughter house. Evidently not an abstainer, the furi ous animal made a rush Into the Mar tin saloon, and had reached the glass bedecked bar, when the bartender succeeded In beating her from the re sort. Leaving the saloon she next en tered through a screen at one of the THt PENDLETON DRUG CO. Real Drugs-Real Druggists Every Woman li intorcnc.i inn mourn naow Marvel wr''n I'" Afikvonr drmnrtit It. If h rJinnut supply the MARVEL, accept no tmtd book m1b1. It kItm tNirttrnlara iintl ritrArffntMl InTnlnnMfl foladlea. MAHVELC0,44E. 234St.,NwYHt MEN AND WOMEN. Cm Bl( for nnnttonl dlichkniM.lnflttumsttoiit, IrrlutioDt or nlormiloni of mo Goof Mtmbrfttiei. Paiolwi, tnd not utrln. (not or poiionoat. old by DrontliU, or ml In nUIn wrtpnar, br unM. pwpid, for tl 00. or I botlli-t 13.75. Clrculu tent oa miiuot. i roi'xn. The following described animal has been tuken up by the Marshal of the City of Tendleton, to-wit: One dark bsy gelding, 6 years old, branded C. A. on right hip; weight about 1100; broke to work. If said animal is not claimed by tho owners or those entitled to tho possession of them, costs and expens es against them paid and they taken away within ten days from tho date hereof, then at 2 o'clock p. m. of tho 17th day of June, 1909, the said ani mal will be sold to the highest bid der at public auction, for cash, at tho City Pound, located at tho Ore gon Feed Yards, In said City of Pen dleton, the proceeds of such sale to be applied to tho payment of such costs and expenses of making sale. Dated this 6th day of June, 1909. TIIOS. OURDANE, City Marshal. tut NM,-7MP- jn imi mm fun Ptafflar lilkililtU I . OMruM U fftW MHHlMltt. PmTtHEviNlCHEMKItlCt). 0CINIUT1,0 1 Ml -! '" I mIPi MI ill ' s4 I-A t y M' oi Jl 1 L TltS V I irit 'T 'Twl rw f"f I f 1 I1 THE AUDITORIUM, ALASKA-YU KON-FACIFIC EXPOSITION, AT SEATTLE, ONE OF THE PER MANENT BUILDINGS. . The Alaska-Yukon-radAc exposition at Seattle, occupying 250 acres of the campus of the University of Wash ington, will not only exploit Alaska, Hawaii and the Philippines and emphasize the Importance of the growing trade with the orient, but after Its gates are closed will leave seven buildings Oa tho grounds for the use of the uni versity. The Auditorium, one of the finest of this group, cost the state of Washington more than $.'WO,000. While the exposition Is In progress this building will be used for conventions, congresses and conferences, and Its hun dreds of seats were In place and the building turned over to the exposition management three months Itefore the owning date of the fair. Besides the Auditorium, the university will have the Fine Arts, Woman's, Arctic Broth erhood, Washington State, Forestry and Machinery buildings. A move is now on foot to take over the California building as a science hall, as well as to acquire several other buildings erected for exhibit purposes which have been constructed of heavy materials. The university will also have the beautiful grounds of the exposition for future use. The streets and walks hare been paved with asphalt, and the landscape artists have made the cam pus a veritable fairyland. rear doors the kitchen of the Farm ers' restaurant a block further down the street. The white aproned chef was driven precipitately from the culinary department and "Boss" cre ated havoc. The driver, Jim Froom, lassooed her and pulled her from the building. Dashing up tho street the cow drove her head straight against a telegraph pole with enough force to break off a horn near the skull. Af ter leaving Waltsburg she is reported to have fallen from a high bridge in to the Touchet river. SEXATOHS WHO STAKTED HUMBLY Although "Billy" Lorlmer of Illi nois used to collect nickels from pas sengers as a street car conductor, and occupied various other positions In the industrial world which many folks would regard as menial, . he will not find himself lonely in the sen ate. There are many other members of this so-called "Most Exclusive club In the world" who are of humble ori gin and who got their first start In life In Just such ordlnarj', every day occupations as those which first en gaged the attention of the new Solon from Illinois. Senator Scott, of West Virginia, wim a glass-blower at the time when, with half-naked bodies and brawn arms, the workers in that Industry collected a portion of molten glass upon the end of a tube and with their own breath blew It Into shape. Senator Curtis, of Kansas was once a Jockey, and avery goo,i one, too. Senator lteverldge, of Indiana, was a "lumber-Jack" and helped to denude the forests which he is now so eager to save. Senator Nixon, of Nevada, was a telegraph operator before he got in terested In mines from which he has since made millions. Oalllnger, of New Hampshire, be gan life as a printer, and then studi ed medicine and became a doctor be fore he entered politics. Senator Smith, of Michigan, had unusual advantages In training In parliamentary procedure, for he be gan his career as a page In the Mich igan legislature. Senator Chamberlain, of Oregon, clerked In a general merchandise, store. I Kven the great Aldlch, recognized leader of (he Senate, and t arbiter, through his position as chairman of the finance commmlttee and his con trol over the pending tariff bill, of the destinies of almost every mine, factory and mill n the United States, got his first practical business experi ence behind tho counter of a retail store. Tho silver-hatred Senator Bulkley, of Connecticut, also began life as a clerk, while Senator Perkins, of Cali fornia, refers with pride to the time when ho served as a sailor before the mast In many a long voyage. .Senator Hlehardson of Delaware, whose father was a canner and pack er, entered .Into that business and learned the trade, working his way up from the lowest position. Senator Jones, of West Virginia, was born three days after the death of his father In the civil war. As soon as ho was old enough he had to hustle for a living. He hired out to do all kinds of farm work when he was only ten years old. So Lorlmer will find many among his new colleagues with whom to swop hard-luck stories, or better still, tales of obstacles overcome and sue- A Sorting Event. "My husband doesn't mind walking tho floor with the baby at night any more," said Mrs. Binks. "Why Is that?" asked Mrs. Jinks. "He makes believe it's a Mara thon," said Mrs. Binks. "Ho covered the 25 miles before 10 o'clock last night." Brooklyn Life. Read the East Oregonlan. BUTCHER KILLS FIVE F Somervllle, June 7. John Mur phy turned from pig sticking to man killing In the North Packing house Saturday and drove his fellow work men before him, slew five of them and wounded four others. The two wounded are reported dying. Murphy had been acting' strangely for some days. He was apparently in normal condition on his return from noonday luncheon, but one hour loter he suddenly sprang at Dr. Dan iel O. Hayes, government Inspector, cutting a deep gash In the doctor's neck with a fifteen-Inch knife, then stabbed him over the heart and al most disemboweled him. Tho terrified workmen rushed to the door, but Murphy dashed after them, slashing right and left. Every man whom he struck went down. The crowd ran before him and at every landing he cut some one. On tho second floor an Italian workman seized a heavy bar of Iron and felled Murphy, but he was quickly on his feet again and wound ed another man. On the street floor Murphy was again knocked down and this time his knife taken from him. Two po licemen arrived on the scene and Murphy was given an awful beating before ho was finally overpowered. IIS Summer Rates East During the via the Oregon Railroad Nav. Co., OREGON SHORT LINE AND UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD from Portland, Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Walla Walla and all Points on the O. R. & N. Line. To OMAHA and Return - $60.00 To KANSAS CITY and Return $60.00 To ST. LOUIS and Return - $67.50 To CHICAGO and Return - $72.50 and to other principal cities In the East, Middle West and South, Correspondingly low fares. On Sale June 2, 3; July 2, 3; AugusfJ 1, 12 To DENVER and Return - $55.00 On Sale May 1 7, July 1 , August 1 1 Going transient limit 10 days from date of sale, final return limit October 81st. - These tickets present some very attractive features In the way of stopover privileges, and choice of routes; thereby enabl ing passengers to make side trips to many Interesting points enroute. Routing on the return trip through California my be had at a slight advance over the rates quoted. Full particulars, sleeping car reservations and ticket - be furnished by E. F. SCHUYLER, O. R, & N. local agent, or WM. McMURRAY, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. Murphy Is B0 years old and weighs 200 pounds. Murphy is in a pedded cell of the Somervllle police station. When the city physlcan, C. C. Towne, attempted t examine him Murphy sprang at the doctor and attempted to kick him. o further attempt was made to ap proach him. Speaking With Spirits. While the scientists of the United States are considering the possibility of signaling to Mars, possibly for the purpose of getting data on the canal system of the Jielghboring planet and settling the controversy over our pri vate ditch down on the Isthmus of Panama, William T. Stead has opened an office In London "for the purpose of facilitating communication between those who love each other but are temporarily divided by the grave." Mr, Steads's latest effort consists In employing "trustworthy" mediums to transmit messages back and forth be tween those who have been left on earth and the loved ones who have gone before. It is spiritualism, noth ing more or 'less. Every so oftern we have "manifestations" and there Is a rush of the weary In heart to the seances. The tricks and deceptions of the mediums have been exposed so often that men marvel at the number of persons who are taken in. Salt Lake Herald. Ttltrtit In Line. Time an' tide ain't waltin' Fer the folks there at the eate. But we're up with the procession Never want 'em far to wait. "-Selected. 3 Season 1909 J FOR SALE. HOME FOOR TWENTY-FIVE FAM- lllefl We have 600 acres of fine land with plenty of spring water, good Improvements, cuts now about 1O00 tons of hay and will make fine place to subdivide and sell in small tracts. All tools and Implement go with place at $125 per acre. In the Walla Walla valley on new car line survey. Wrtte, call or phone for what you want Manela & Brown, Milton, Ore. FOR SALE A splendid half section, situated In towa of Daysland, South ern Alberta, In fine winter wheat belt. Just half mile from depot, grain elevators, bank and schools in good, live town, fire department, etc. Rich black soil and fine spring. Right party can buy this way under price of surrounding land, very easy terms. Address, owner, Henry Atwater, 293 East 33rd St., Portland, Ore. EGGS WHITE MINORCA eggs fo sale from thoroughbred prize win ning stock, at 12.00 per 16. Call on G. A. Bobbins, 223 Logan St. FOR SALE Old newspapers wrap ped In bundles of 150 each, suitable for wrapping, putting under car pets, etc. Price 16c per bundle, two bundles 25c. Enqulro this of fice. Classified Four Lines, in Daily, Weekly and Semi-Weekly $1 per month. PHYSICIANS. H. 8. GARFIELD. M. D.. HOMEO patlilc physician and surgeon. Of fice Judd block. Telephones: Office black 3411; residence, red 2633. DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE, CHRO nlc and nervous diseases, and dis eases of women. X-ray and Electro Therapeutics. Judd building, corner Main and Court streets. Office 'phone Main 72; residence phone. Main 664. DENTISTS. E. A. MANN. DENTIST, OFFICE Main street, next to Commercial association rooms. Office phone, black 8421; residence phone red S851. DR. M. S. KERN. DENTAL ST7R geon. Office, room 16, Judd build ing. Phone red 1301. VAUGHAN BROS., DENTISTS. OF flce In Judd building. Phone Main 78. VETEKlXAttt stttQEOXS. DR. D. C. M'NABG, LOCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. Res. 'phone Main 69. J. A. DONAGHtTE, VETERINARY Surgeon. Official local stock in spector. Graduate Ontario Veteri nary college. Oirice phone Mam zu, resiaence phone, Main Z7. ATTORNEYS. RALEY. RICHARDS & RATJ5V at. torneys at law. Office in Savings cans ouuaing. FEE & SLATER, LAWYERS, OF- nces in Juespain building. CARTER & SMYTHE. ATTORNEYS at law. Office In Savlnes Bank ouuamg. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT law. uince over Taylor's hard ware store. LOWELL & WINTER. ATTORNEYS and counsellors at law. Office In Despain building. GEORGE W. COUTTS, ATTORNEY at law. Estates settled, wills, deeds. mortgages and contracts drawn. Col lections made. Room 17 Schmidt block. PETERSON & WILSON. ATTOR neys at law: rooms i and 4 fimlth- Crawford building. PHELPS & STEIWER. AT'ORNEYS at law. Offices In Smith-Crawford building. PETER WEST. DIVORCE LAWYER. Office 808 Garden street . CHAS. J. FERGUSON. ATTORNEY at law. Office In Association block. DOUGLAS W. BAILEY ATTORNEY at law. win practice ln all state and federal courts. Rooms 1, 2, S and 4. over Taylor hardware store. SECOND-HAND DEALERS. V. STROBLB. DEALER IN SECOND hand goods. If thor la inv)hin you need tn new and second-hand lurnnure, stoves, graniteware and crockery, call and get his erica. Vn 212 Court street. INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES reuaoie aosiracta of title to all lands In Umatilla eonntv Ijmk. city and farm property. Buys and sens an bums of real estate. Does a general broker business. Pays taxes and makes Investments for non residents. References, any bank ln Pendleton. JAMEJT JOHNS. Pres. W. S. HENNINGER, Vice-pres. C. H. MARSH. Sec. J. M. EENTLET REPRESENTS THE oldssL and most rallaht fir n accldftnt Insurance comnaniM rtffic I with Hartman Abstract Co. WANTED. FOR MARRIED LADIES ONLY Formula for prevcatlve. Write for particulars. Enclose stamp. Box 56, Lane, Idaho. WANTED Classified ads, such as help wanted; rooms or houses or rent; second hand goods for sale; In fact, any want you want to set filled, the East Oregontan wants your want ad. Rates: Three lin s one time, 20 cents; two times, SO cents; six times, 70 cents. Flvs line one time, 30 cents; two times, 46 cents; six times, 11.15. Count six words to the line. Send your classified ads to the office or mall to the East Oregonlan, enclosing silver or stamps to cover the am ount. TOR RENT New 6-room cottage with modern conveniences; lot 50x100; also new. barn and yard. Inquire 613 Pine street While watching the partlcu- 4 lar classification that appeals te you do not overlook all the other want ads. s Directory Extra Lines over Four, 25 cents per Line per month. nscEMAjrEOus. PENDLETON IRON WORKS RE palr work on all kinds of machines, structural Iron work and machine castings. Junction of Court and Alts, streets. Marlon Jack, Prop.; A, F. May, manager. SLOM KEE. CHINESE LAUNDRY; family washing; work done by hand; mending free; goods called for and delivered. 408 East Court street LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan, izi w. cocr; street. AUCTIONEER. COL. F. G. LUCAS, LIVESTOCK Auctioneer, Athena, Oregon. Ref erence First National Bank of Athena and Farmers' Bank of Weston. Farm Bales a specialty. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. M. A. RADER. FUNERAL DIREC tor and licensed embalmer. Grad uate of the Chicago College of Em balming. Corner Main and Webb streets. 'Phone main ISO. Funeral parlors In connection. BAKER & FOLSOM. FUNERAL Di rectors and licensed AmKalmAa Opposite postofflce. Funeral parlor. j. wo lunerai cars, cane responded to day or night 'Phone main 75. FRATERNAL ORDERS. J, PENDLETON LODGE No. 6J. Sj A. F. and A. M., meets th first and third Mondays of each month. All vtsltlng brethren are In vited. T" Tl r a 2S8 meets every Thursday even ing in Eagle's hall. R. W. Henneman V. T? Va.V Moorhouse. Secy. ' DAMON LODGE NO. 4, K. .h3. ' P- meets every Monday $tOi evening in L O. O. F. halt tr$ Visiting brothers cordially tnvttpd trt nttanA A TP Lambert, C. C; R. W. Fletcher, K. of R. find S. Malabon Camp No. I of United Spanish War Veterans meets the sec ond Tuesday of each month in Eagle-Woodmen hall at 8 o'clock. All vis iting comrades are In vited. George A. Hart man, Jr., commander; Van V. Bowman, adjt. AROnTECTS. CONTRACTORS, ETC J. L. FRANKUM. WILL DO ALL kinds of concrete work, cement walks, foundations laid, estimates f r nlshed. Phone Red 2232 or leave orders at this office. D. A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND Builder. Estimates furnished on all kinds of masonry, cement walks, stonf walls, etc. Phone black S78. or Ore gonlan office. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. CITY LIVERY STABLE, THOMPSON street Carney A Kennedy, Props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Good rigs at sll times. Cab line In connec tion. 'Phone main 70. ROOMING nOCSES. ST. ELMO ROOMS. NEW AND first class throughout. One block from depot Rates 60c, 75a and II. Mrs. Allen Rhodes. Mgr. The Eft Oregoolan la Eastern Ore gon's representative paper. It lead and tho people appreciate It and show It by their liberal patronage., it f the adrertlstng medlnm of Ute section