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HAIIA i:SI OHKGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. IIU ItsDW . OCTOBER 7. 1909. BIGHT PAGES. ECHO NEWS NOTES SCARCITY or DWELLINGS I I I !' Itv RE3ID1 N TO Neu Minister PMMlMS. Introductory Sermon and Is Accorded Enthu-sln-(lo Welcome Postoffkv Change Quarter Eastern Real pbtttte Man Insinvts Outlying Country. (Special Correspondence.) Echo, Ore, Oct. 6. There is a dearth of dwelling houses here. Al ready every house in town Is full and some shelter two or three families. Scivial new houses are being built. Ouf excellent school Is one of the fnhSOS of the demand for residences. O. L. Davis and wife have return ed from Walla Walla, where Mr. Da vis underwent a successful operation at St. Mary's hospital. The Hlnkle brothers arrived here Tutday from Camas Prairie, where they have been surveying- the past summer and have finished all the field work for the New Butte Irriga tion company They left last night for Portland; The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. George, who was quite sick last week, has recovered. Mr. Al Balcom has bought the house and lot which belonged to H. T. McClellan. Mr. Balcom will move in at once so his children can enter school. Mr. and Mrs. McClellan ex pect to go to Milton and make their home. Rev. Lambert of Boise, the M. B. minister who is to preside over this charge the coming year, arrived here last week and preached his introduc tory sermon on Sunday. Mr. Lambert is a man of large ex perience and pleasing manners. He was warmly welcomed by the mem bers of the church. Mrs. Lambert is still at Boise, but expects to Join her husband here soon. The mother of I. D. Holmes, the Echo contractor, arrived here vester- dav from Pendleton. Mrs. Holmes wiil hereafter keep house for her son In the Webb dwelling on Buckley gtreet Last night bv permission of the postofflce department at Washington j the Echo postofflce was again moved. It now occupies the front corner room of the handsome Dorn concrete I block. Mr. Chris Malone. an extensive ' sumption or more iooct man is neccs real estate dealer with large interests j sary for these purposes Is the prime In DT.noIS, Iowa. Kansas and Missouri 1 cause of stomach troubles, rheuma stopped here Tuesday on his return j tism and disorders of the kidneys. If from British Columbia, He drove trouble with Indigestion, revise the out on an inspection tour with J. F. J Spinning. Mr. Malone was well pleas- i with ihi onnntrv and intends to ar- range his business so he can return and you will soon be all right again. I talned through the capital character here in November with a view to In-! For sale by all good dealers. Ilsation that it contains. All the pre vestlng ' " jparatory work on the play was of the j W. Messener, president of the J TWO NEW XOHTIIWEST mMt t"(,r""K" Und ;m' everything Western Irrigation company, was here' TRACK OAPTATN8 ELECTED tnat cnuI(1 aW i( wns B,v,n ' an un" yesterdav with a partv of investors tinted manner Lena Rivera will be and drove out over the project. Two new track captains have been ,ho attraction at the Oregon, Friday Mr. H. G. Rethlefson. wife and elected in northwest colleges during evening. October 8. son. are here on a visit at the home i the past week. At the University of! of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Spinning Mr. Relthlefson Is Mrs. Spinning's brother. Pearl Bonney left today for the Deschutes. He went overland by team and intends to do hauling in that section of the country. Thos. C. Kiger and wife of Wheel ing. W. Va.. are here. They are mak ing an extensive tour of the west and stopped for a few days' visit with Mr Kiger's cousin, Mrs E. P. Croarkin. They are favorably impressed with this section of the country. Walter Thornton, an Echo boy. has returned from Chicago. He left here last spring with a consignment of the Stanfield sheep which were fattened on summer range in Colorado and latelv Bent to market at Chicago. ANOTHER SHRINE FOR HERO LOVERS Richmond. Va. William H. White, president of the Richmond, Freder icksburg & Potomac railroad, who has purchased the old Chandler house near Quinea. In which Stonewoll Jack son died, says that he personally had made the purchase from J. W. King, but that the railroad company in all The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths. There is a disease prevailing in this country most dangerous oecau.se so decep- m live. Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart dis ease, pneumonia, heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kid ney disease. If kidney trouble is allowed toadvance the kidney-poisoned blood will et- tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of the bladder, brick-dust or sediment in the urine, head ache, back ache, lame back, dizziness, sleeplessness, nervous ness, or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Bladder troubles almost always rcsul' from a derangement of the kidneys and better health in that organ is obtained quickest by a proper treatment cf the kid neys. Swamp-Root corrects inability to hold urine and scalding painin acting it, and overcomes that unj.jeasant nice: I if y of being compelled to go often tkrcu; ii the day, and to get up many times ot.r:: g the ni'ht. The mild end immediate effect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy is soon realized. It 6tands the highest be cause of its remarkable health restoring properties. A trial will convince anyone. Swamp-Root is pleasant to take end is sold by all druggists in fifty-cent ar.d one-dollar iize bottles. Vou may have a sample bottle and a book tliat tells c!l about it, both sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing mention reading this gen erous offer in this paper. Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, and don't let a dealer tell yon something in place of Swamp-Root ii yon do yon will be disappointed. gtgflP SOME NOT ALL or THE I'AVO BOSTO probability would become the owner, since the plan was to builtl a park and place a man in charge. Trees and flowers will be planted and the historic dwelling will become one of the points of interest to sightseers. Jackson was shot one mile west of the Chancellor house, on the eastern fU P Wilderness. May 2. 1863. ! 'luring the battle of Chancellorsville, ! is command being mistaken by I Lane's brigade for federal cavalry and fired upon in the darkness. More Than Enousli Is Too Much. To maintain health, a mature man r woman needs Just enough food to repair the waste and supply energy and body heat. The habitual con - diet, let reason and not appetite con trol and take a few doses of Cham- berlam s stomach and L.iver laDiets Oregon, Ben H. Williams, '10. chain - pion polevaulter of the northwest, was ' After an absence of two years the elected to succeed Oliver Huston who ! Juvenile Bostonlans, have been se has been recently declared Ineligible cured for October 10, for the approv to compete In the track athletics be- j al of the music loving public. They cause of the four year rule. I are too well known to require ex- At Whitman college, Ernest Foster, ; tended comment. They have long '12, also a pole vaulter. was selected , been the established standard to to lead the 1910 missionary team, which all Juvenile companies have filling the vacancy caused by the i unsuccessfully aspired. Babe Ma resignatlon of Will Martin, the crack : son, that petite child comedienne, sprinter, who is at present in Notre , who has endeared herself Into the Dame. I hearts of her auditors, will postlvely It would be interesting to see these two pole vaulting captains in a con - test for first honors. the little folks to the heart strings How to Cure a Cold. ! of tne public long ago. Needless to Be as careful as you can, you will , say the company is a little larger, llt occaslonally take cold, and when you j tie older and a little better and their do, get a medicine of known reliability one that has an established reputation and that Is certain to effect a quick cure. Such a medicine Is Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It has gained a world wide reputation by Its e markable cures of this most com mon ailment, and can always be de pended upon. It acts on nature's plan, relelvcs the lungs, aids expector ation, opens the secretions and aid. nature In restoring the system to a healthy condition. For sale good dealers. by all' BROTHER OF JACK I)NDO IN RAKER HOSPITAL J. C. London, a half-brother of i half-brother of Jack London, the famous novelist and , (,rvatf)n for MBat should be made globe trotter is now In Bt Elizabeth j eary hospital, where he Is suffering with I pneumonia. Foley's Honey and Tar clears the Mr. London ha many traits DOS- Lj,f passaf?es Rtops the rrtat0n in sssed by his noted brother, and has , tne tnroat g00tneS the inflamed mom seen much of the world since leaving and tne mn!lt obstinate cough his home when he was 11 years old. ) dlsappearB. Sore nnf lnflamed lungs He w as born In New York city but at I arfi MM &M stren(rtriened, and the a tender age was possessed With a eoM expeIled from tne 8Vstem. Re desire to see the world and started , fuge flny buf ,hp , Kenune , ,n tne yel,ow out. He recently returned from a J'P f packasjesi. Kocppen Bros. to Alaska and has been working for j the Last,,,, Oregon Light & Power ,f Qmk Wfl p,nk company. He is about 30 years old. j,n(lon. whe the Duke of Aber- Baker Herald. porn waR traveling In a railway com- MEXICANS ARE IN WEED OP HELP I New York. Cnlted States Consul General Hanna at Monterey, Mex., tel egraphs that the condition of the Mexican people in and about that city is much more serious than any of the printed reports thus far would seem to Indicate. His telegram says: "We need corn, rice and beans in bags, blankets, and clothing. Every club and charitable association In the United States should contribute some thing toward the relief of these afflict ed people. Second-hand clothing would be highly acceptable. "Arrangements can be made with the railroads and express companies for transportation. We need a, car load of shelled corn In bags sojthat we may send It to towns throughout the country on mules and burros." pa r OH RITES WITH M INS. Till: JUVENILE EMMA BUNTING, LADY IN LEADING LENA RIVERS' Mln Emma Hunting, in preparing for the part of "Lena Rivers" in the beautiful dramatization of the popu lar Mary J. Holmes' novel by that name, spent hours of study on the ap pearance of the character In the sev eral stages of life in which she ap ptars In the book and the play. The result Is that the pretty little actress Is entirely lost sight of when she appeals behind the footlights. It Is Lena that Is seen first, the little barefooted child, made old by const ant association with the country folk and constant struggle with poverty. iA period of years elapse In the course of the play and it require! much tal ent to be able to so perfectly portrav I this transition from the child to the raceful and pretty miss. The sue tssfuT picturing of the characters and the strict adherence to the plot of j the book presages a very long life tor it, ami much or us tavor is at- , Juvenile Bostonlans Coming. appear and her capricious actions and j funny self will more than bring back'tnt. niners to uncover the gold. One I memories of loving ties which bound j appearance at tnis time deserves tne nnerai patronage or an music iov log people of Pendleton. Mr. F. A. Wolff, L. C. M., the able musical director, who has long been Identi fied with Juvenile attractions, and has established a reputation for In troducing the greatest number of mu- lea) gems through this territory, will be In evidence and among the catchy numbers to be offered at this time are "Gee, There's Class to a Girl Like OU, ine u.io-gio i-o-gie Man, "! Wonder Who Is Kissing Her Now, "Everybody Knows Its There," "Hel lo Peop'e." "How Did the Bird Know That," "Then That Cigar Went Out." Judging from their reputation and oast nerformances. standing room ... . . nmim thnn.fnr,, o.. partment he was constantly being In terrupted by a very talkative person, Who insisted upon making all manner of Irrelevant remarks. "Fine weather this," said his com panion "Brings everything out. The grass is quite green." "Quite," replied the duke, looking over his paper, "but then consider what a change It Is from the pink and mauve grass we have been hav ing lately." Mr. F. G. Fritz, Oneonta, N. Y., writes: "My little girl was greatly benefitted by taking Foley's Orlno Laxative, and I think It Is the best remedy for constipation and liver trouble." Foley's Orlno Laxative Is mild, pleasant and effective, and cure, habitual constipation. Koeppen Bros. New rugs, old prices. Graham will be pleased to show them. THE THEATRE "ALWAYS LEADS' THIS WEEK- Alberl H. Busby & Gora Williams IN Till: isitEE.Y COMEDY PDA t LET "A Pin and White Surprise" Comedy: NONE iiETTEU. All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE' the PEOPLE Prices 10c and 15c. Orpheum Theatre J. 1. MEDERNAC H, PROPRIETOR. HIGH-CLASS VAUDEVILLE AND MOTION PICTURES For Men, Women and Children. SEE PROGRAM IX TODAY'S PAPER. MARK TWAIN's DAUGHTER WEDS RUSSIAN PIANIST New Vork. Without bridesmaids or attendants of any sort and sup- ported only by her aged father, who will give her away. Miss Clara L. Clemens, daughter Of Mark Twain. the humorist, tomorrow will become the nnae ot ssip uuurnow nscu. in.- . nrp not Pertain th;u ,h(,rp w, Russian pianist. The ceremony will w ,, a flgnt for thp heavyweight take place at noon at the bride's championship between James J. Jef home at Bedding. Conn. j trfM and Jlu,k Johnson. Recent ca A special car for the use of friends ,,.K1.ams from Paris that Jeffries ex will be attached I IS "f the morn- pected n purse of $150,000 to be of- Ing trains. Mr: Oabrilowitsch. who r,,r, together with Johnson's re has toured this country and Kuicpe. ,..,,,.,, :ltwi.t!,ins ,hat he would claim Is one of the greatest pianists of the iim-8 snarp of nny liurs0 offered day. He Is a young Russian. It was wlill,. Ituaying music in nra um that the two big men will not agree he met Miss Clemens, who was alio on t,.,n,s. A purse of $150,000 Is studying, and of that meeting tdmor- J considered out of the question. Jef- row's ceremony is the culmination. ' fri,.s styles himself as "undefeated Miss Clemens herself toured this I champion of the world." and his country, giving musicales, last year, i fr,,.,ls declare that this is sufficient Last spring Mr. Oabrilowitsch suffer-, ,,;, ,,;, n tha, he w.ll Insist on dic ed a long Illness. Wh Is he lay help- (atlng the terms and will demand the less Miss Clemens attended him con- champion's portion of any stake, tinually and to her care he attributes Hugh Mcintosh, the Australian pro hls recovery. . moter, left London last night for Par- " I is to see Jeffries and further increase RICH PAY STREAK his bid of $R6,000 for the tight, At STRUCK IN ALASKA Mb,, same time. Jeffries left Paris for I London and they passed each other Nome, Alaska. Miners on the up per KoUgaTOg river. In the district or that name, have uncovered an Im mensely rich pay-streak, 10 miles long and hundreds of feet wide, on the riv er bed. The exceedingly light rain 11 thl utitntiif'r tiot'le it oossllile for nugget found this year. Is worth more than $700. A big stampede Is expect ed. A vast stream Of crude oil has been discovered by C. L. W. Detrik. agent for J. Pierpont Morgan, In the unex plored section of Northeastern Alas ka, Just Inside the American boundary. The discovery Is far distant from Nome, and located between Point Har row and the Colvlllfi river The na tives told Detrik be was the first white man there. The oil bubbles, from the ground, Detrik says, adding that it can lie easily piped to the coast, 150 miles, and shipped thence to Nome by tank steamers. So great is the "II dlscov- WILLIAMS Who Arc Making a Hit at the (.ran p GRAND Singing: NONE as GOOD. Usual Matinees. ery thai George w. Perkins, right- hand man of J. P. Morgan, will come to Alaska next year to Investigate the find, I . JEFFRIES AND JOHNSON ARE PURSE IIOGs New York. Fastcrn snorllno. mrm n.V(. ,,artjaij, confirmed the belief on the way. It Is understood now that Jeffries will sail for this coun try next Saturday, and his represen tative here declares that upon his ar rival m New York he will be ready to sign final articles with Johnson and consider proposals from promo ters. Roihn a ;hI Parmer. Paris General Botha has purchas ed u number of rams for his farm In the Transvaal from the sheep farm In Ramboulllet DltCing the transaction he pointed out two or three specimens which he wanted, but the directors smiled and declared that they could not part with thein, as they were the very finest In the flock. General Botha appeared delighted at this evidence of his expertness and remarked, I am not a general or a minister. I am a good farmer, and that is what interests me.." A BUSBY, i Theater TWs Week. Oregon Theatre Fri. Oct. 8 Beulah Poynter's Dramltzatlon ot LENA RIVERS AN INTERESTING IM.AV from an INTERESTING NOVEL ITS A MIT By Mary J. Holmes The Writer With Ten Million Readers. Prices $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c Pendleton Drug Co. "Last Call" EXCURSION RATES EAST 4 Oct. $72.50 Chicago and Return Final Limit, 30 NOV. Via flLv f illf'ikl Soo-Spokane Route Tickets, Berths. Details from any agent O. R. & N. Ry.,or write M. JACKSON, T. P. A J. S. CARTER, Gen. Agt. 14 Wall St., Spokane. I Have You De-1 A A J V iecuve vision t x There are some defects of vis Ion which arc hard to detect except by a scientific examina tion, and If not corrected In time may run on Into something serious indeed. For YOUR OWN satisfaction let OUR eye sight specialist examine them. Wm E. Hanscom, Jewler. O. M. HEACOCK, Eyesight Specialist. Lora Perry Begs to announce that she will give courses of Instruction In piano, pipe organ and harmony. Graduate of Conservatory or Harrlsburg, Penn. .108 E. Aha St. or Academy, Pendleton PENDLETON, OREGON. Buy Your Meat OP THE EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phono Main 18. Always fresh and wholesome. Delivered promptly. Fresh fish dally, steaks, chop.. roasts, sausage, hams, bacon X anfl lard.