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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLET5N, OREGON. SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1903.
Guaranteed Pure. None So
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l SUNDAY AT I
THE CHURCHES J
M. E. Church, South Sunday
Horvlops as follows: 10 n. ni., Sunday
school. I. K. Karl, superintendent; 11
i. m.. nri'iicliliic by pastor: 7 p. in..
1 RmviirHi I on cno. lottdor. 1. E. Earl.
Subjoct. 'Lessons From Pmil: How-
to Use Taet in Dealing with Men";
S p ni preaehlns: by pastor. Prayer
meeting on Thursday night. Every
body Invited. E. H. .lones. pastor.
Connregntional church Sunday
school uud morning service nt tho
usual time Preaching by the pastor.
opposed on questions of llio location
or tho historic battle. Vermont lum In
u measure a long lead on Now York
state for the Green Mountnln state
has n notable battle monument, cost
ing Into the hundreds of thousands
or dollars for erection. The nuoor
feature of this memorial, according to
the Hoosick Fall historians. Ih that
Is stands on a prominent point near
Ilontilnctoii. about eight miles from
tho battlefield, which is noted hv
marker,., near Wiilloouisack Uidue.
this sltl. of the Vermont Mm The
content Inn or the New Yorker 1.
strengthened by the fact tin,' tin
nro riiiipo'i bulls in the urn" n.iise
tim found on the Held with crtM'-d
statements or tinders attesting their
location when tound.
First Christian Church
I VENEZUELAN ARBITRATION.
Commencing Wednesday, August 12
and ending Tuesdaj Night, August 18
Wo have tables londod with accumulations of
Remnants, consisting of Lawns. Gingham", ('he
voits. Linen, Mus ins, Oil Cloth, Ribbons, Em
broideries, Outings, Ticking, Crash and many
other iroods we cant mention here.
ALSO BIG CUT PRICES ON
Wrappers, worth Si 75. sale price . . . , Si 30
1 50, " 1 10
" ' 1.25. " 89
1 00, -' 70
90, ' 65
school 10 a. m.. W. H. Hawley. super- The Hague Tribunal Will De In Scs
Intendent. Preaching, 11 a. m. una b
p. m. On Wednesday evening nro.
J O. WestbrooU. of Tacoma, will
speak on "Slum Work in Our Cities."
Christian Endeavor and choir prac
tice on Friday ovunlttK. Tho nubile
cordially invited toall these i.orvlrrs.
N II ilrooks, pastor.
In fact we hit and to give a Big Reduction all
through our store, in all departments during
On Saturday and Monday we will give
each customer 20 pounds of granu
lated sugar for $1.00
St. Joe Store
First Baptist Church Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching nt 11.
Subject. "Abba, or the Fatherhood
of Clod"; S p. m.. preaching. Those
who have no regular place of worship
and those whose churches are closed
arc most cordially Invited to attend
all these services. II. V. King, pas
Church of the Redeemer Divine
service will bo held tomorrow nt 11
a. m. There will be a celebration of
the holy communion preceded by a
sermon. The evening service will
WINONA BIBLE CONFERENCE.
Famous School for the Study of the
Warsaw, lnd.. Aug. ID. Dr. J. Wil
bur Chapman, us director of the ia
tlonal Wlllona Bible Conference, has
rnmnlotod all arrangements for the
ninth annual session of the
I sion In a Short Time.
Washington. D. C. Aug. 1T. JmU"
William I.. Penlleld. solicitor for the
state department, leaves today fo''
The Hague, where be will take . Imrge
Of the American Interests li the urH
trntlon proceedings before Tin Hague
tribunal. He will also ropitMcni M- x
' leo nnd Venezuela. Ills nbjei t U to
see thnt England. German., nt It 0
do not set the best of the sltuni.in
Undur the terms or the setrb'temit of
the late Venezuelan Imbroglio ISO per
cent of the customs nt I.n Ouayra nnd
Porto Cabeilo are to be placed In the
English bank to pay the claims which
I foreign countries have, nunlnst thv
government of Venezuela.
The amount of the claims are to
be fixed l the arbitration court. bn
with this phase of the proceedings
J ml Re Penlleld will have nothing to
do. He 1b concerned with the claim
of England. Germany nnd Italy to be
ing preferred creditors. eiiezuoln,
Mexico and the United States claim
thnt this Is not so and that all should
share alike. The other two republics
joined Ibsuc with the United States
und Judge Penlleld will represent this
The best of barley, hops
and yeast, selected by one
of our partners.
Pure water, from six
wells driven down to rock.
Pure air, which has first
passed through an airfilter.
Every drop of Schlitz Beer filtered by nunn
ery through masses of white wood pulp v
bottle sterilized, so that it contains no germs
Thus we double the necessary cost of our bre,
ing tc make purity ccrtain-to make Schlitz Beer
Will you diink common beer, and pay ;..
iiiui.ii iui ii, wucii online necr can be had for
Ask for the Brewery Sottlinir.
Phone 51 Main, H. Kopittke, 507 Main St
!W ATFR IfF
MORE MONEY NEEDED.
encc, wnicn opunB tomorrow, aho
session this year will last 11 days,
one day longer than heretofore.
Among the distinguished BjcakerH on
the program are Rev. George Johns
ton A. nose, of Cambridge. England:
Itev Dr. James Orr, Glasgow; Uev.
V. D. Keed, Montreal; Rev. Robort
Johnston. London. Ont.; Dr. V. G.
Moorehead, president of the Presby
terian theological seminary. Xonla. O.;
Rev Dr. James Gray, Iioston: Rev.
John H Elliot. New York; Dr. Mnrcus
A. Hrownson, Philadelphia; Rev. Dr.
Cornelius Woelfkin. Brooklyn; John
Willis Daer, New York, nnd Rev. Dr.
John Pott. Canada. More than 1.500
ministers besides many lay visitors
are expected to attend tho conference.
TO SET HISTORY ARIGHT.
confer-! One-Fourth Kishlnef Relief Funds
;ave Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired at Once
Delay will lead to serious breaks
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumber.
Court street, opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
Write the East Ore
onian for a free cat
pgue of them. A fall supply always kept in stock.
Where Was the Battle of Bc-.nington
Hoosick Falls, N. Y.. Aug. 15. In
order to emphasize their contention
thnt tho battle of Bennington, Vt..
su iilb'd, was as n matter of fact
fnueht at Walloomsack, this county,
and that the historians of the revolu
tion grievously cred in giving the
Green Mountain stat the location and
tV" honor of the battle, tho Hooiicl;
, Historical Society today held nppro
' priate memorial exercises on the bat
If. v .i nt Wallocusn'i;. The bat
' tleground was impounded with Hags
! - i an address anoroprlnte o tho
occasion was delivered by County
1 Jttdgo Tlerney.
I The difference of opinion rognrt'lnR
j the location of the battle has beon
I threshed out occasionally in past
years by historians of -reator or less
degree, and has now assumed tho pro
portions of a vast controversy which
is embittered by the fact that the peo-
Came From America.
New York. Aug. 14. The American
Kishlnef relief committee has receiv
ed from the committee at Kishlnof.
which has charge of the distribution,
a statement of receipts and expendi
tures and an appeal for further aid.
Of the JlKO.dOn contributed. Amer
icans sent more than one-quarter
Russia gave more than one-half Eng
land sent 21.1HW roubles, about half
as much us Germany. The committee
asks for further assistance to the
amount or $ino.00ii
HUCKLEBERRIES ON TREES.
New Variety Discovered by Principal
Ryan at Big Meadows.
Since Principal J C. Ryan, or the
Lincoln school, returned from his
trip to the Hlg Meadows, where he
went with a party of pedagogues to
pick huckleberries, fish und hunt, the
story has been persistent that Mr.
Ryan found a new variety of huckle
berry, says the Walla Walla Union,
it is said thnt he returned to camp
with the information that he bad
found a number of trees literally load
ed with huckleberries. Persons who
tell this story on Mr. Ryan take the
view thnt Mr. Ryan never picked
huckleberries before, nnd therefore
didn't know n huckleberry bush
The New York Times Ins the Fol
lowing to say in Regard to Ice
Probahlv n bacteriological fact is better established
than that much of the ice of commerce is dnnpetously nn
pure. The assumption that water purifies itse f in free?
ing was long apo shown to have but a limited basis in
truth. The individual crystals are likely to be purer than
the mother liquid from which they are formed, but ice is
a mass of crystals in which may be untangled all kinds of
The germs are not only killed in the process of man
tincturing the ice, but the condensed wat r passes
through two cke. two charcoal and one sponge filter
leaving it absolutely purt to ro into tht cans
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
ROSS ICE and GOLD STORAGE Co,
Phone MAIN 1781
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514 Main Street
Uncle Reuben sayH. "I:' w could
go back an' lib our lives olier again
none of us would make de mistakes
we hov. We'd simply make others
Jest as bad. Fact Is. untur. calkcrlat
oil on a mnn plckiu' up u bumblebee
by do wrong end now and den "- De
troit Free Press.
There is a great dearth of farm
hands In some parts of New Vork to '
j pie of New York and Vermont stand take care of the present harvest
On Its Metit
Has the large demand for
Byers' Best Flour
Been num up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters in
to Byers Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made by tne
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
We have cc red for Next Week Some
n a an in uimc aa
For the coming weefcwehavethefollowlngexceptionallv stronglist o '.sts:
ATHON, WILSON & CLARK CO., Sketch Ar
tists in a one act Farce
AZYORRA, In nis Marvelous Revolving GIob-
MAY AND BABY OWENS Have Proved so
popular we have retained tnemfor the coming week
They will appear in their beautiful little sketch entitled "The Honeymoon"
There will be a new scene of moving pictures and a new singer for the
Remember Thursday will be Atrateur Night anc ome excellent Home Talent will be brought out. Bring your 2
wife and the little folks and enjo o Solid Hours of Good, Clean, Wholesome Fun. 3
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