East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 07, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6

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    PAGE SIX.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1904.
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II you are Interested in Oil
Painting, see us. Our line Is
complete.
ACADEMY BOARDS
STRETCHERS
BRUSHES
ARTISTS' SAi-LTS
BLENDERS
SKT BRUSHES
PLAQUES
TUBE COLORS
We make a specialty of
framing PICTURES. Newest
stock of frames.
C. C. SHARP
Opera House Block.
A Great
Bargain
$5,500.00 will buy 1G0 acres
In crop, as follows: 80 acres
In growing wheat; 40 acres In
growing alfalfa (Irrigated) ;
about 150 fruit bearing trees;
one and a half story bouse;
good stone cellar. Lroge barn,
plenty of timber on the place.
The crop Is Included In above
price If bought within 10 days.
Two and one-half miles from
city.
Merchants Protective
Agency
Despain Building, Room 43,
Telephone Black 1161.
EIGHT
BIG BAPTIST RALLY
INTERNATIONAL AFFAIR
AT DETROIT, MICHIGAN.
Ten Thousand Delegates Present
Eevry Section of the United States
and Canada Represented The Af
fairs of the Baptist Young Peoples'
Union Indicate Unusual Activity
and Prosperity for the Past Yea
reports without exception, showed the
paBt year to have been one of excep
tional activity for the organization. It
was nlso ono or prosperity as the
society continues to make gratifying
progress in tho increase of its membership.
NORTHWESTERN SAENGERFEST.
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Great Convention of Scandinavian
Vocalists.
uranu wks, in. u., jiiij urauu
Forks Is in holiday attire for the sev-1
cnth biennial festival of the North-,M
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elation, which will be held here dur-
Leading Clericals and Lay Members ' lnS the remainder of this week. Every
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Detroit, Mich., July 7. With a sea
son of praise and prayer, participated
In by nearly 10,000 men and women,
the international convention of tho
Baptist Young People's Union of
America opened this morning. Tho
rally took place in the Light Guard
armory. whl-ii was prettily decorated
with tho ilngs and banners of the
various societies. On the platform, in
addition to the speakers and distin
guished visitors, was a chorus of sev
eral hundred voices, which led the
musical portion of the program.
The attendance was representative
of every section of the United States
and Canada, and most of the leading
divines of the denomination nnd lay
men and laywonien of national repu
tation were recognized upon the plat
form and through the audience. The
Baptists of Detroit and Windsor were
out in force, nnd so thoroughly had
the local committees performed their
tasks that the preliminaries and pro
gram moved like clockwork.
National President John H. Chap
mnn of Chicago, called the Immense
gathering to order nt a quarter past
9 o'clock. In his opening remarks he
emphasized the idea that the interna
tional convention is not a mere holi
day excursion, but rather designed
for spiritual quickening and for inspir
ation to effect service for the Creator.
He analyzed the object of the organi
zation "to secure the Increased spir-1 , i,ic.
iiuntitj ui uujHiai yuuu iieuiim;
their stimulation in Christian service;
ors and it is expected the attendance
will number several thousand visitors
in addition to the 500 singers who
will take part In the festival.
The decoration of buildings and
streets has been artistically done, nnd
the business section of the city pre
sents a beautiful and attractive ap
pearance to the eye of every behold
er. The flngs of the United States
and of Norway and Sweden have been
blended In all the decorations. Dur
ing the festival there win be five
grand concerts, in which n number of
sololBts of wide, reputation will take
part In addition to the mammoth chorus.
CONDITIONS IN COLORADO.
AAi
Eye Witness Tells Something of the
Daunltlnn Qltll.ltlnn.
a
James A. Baker, representing Brit-1 M
ish Columbia on the executive board
of the Western Federation of Miners, i J
arrived in the city last night, says the f 3
Spokane Press. Mr Baker lias been ' i4
in Denver in nctlve work on the board
since May 11.
"The Citizens' Alliance has ordered
that we can not even furnish food for
the fnmilles of the miners whom they
have, with the assistance of the mill-1 M
tin, ruu out of the state or deported, j
as they call it.
"We sent money to the credit of I 2
tnese people to mercuanis wno nau
been identified with neither our
unions nor those of other organlza-
Their credit good, the mother,
I the wife and the baby were still re
fused food because the merchant
teriSneP;nnh,ehrI1r8tvUCtl,,lnlIia,t1l8ft d0C1 - goods to our plrte. We tten r
n , lnI' an?ltIhfe,rt;n,,Bt",,ent Uorted to the malls and sent money
?,w rtinnn?, C V U thT,U?,h " r!ow to members of the woman's
Pminnl- i S?.B oreanlf"lon?; auxiliary, but they were spotted and
n?S nf' v81 6 MEr.ftCd I" le-8 than an hour after the order
?ta"" ?Llay?r Wry,-ho was recorded in the postofflce the
woman receiving It was called
Pc8ltlvely the best beer
made.
Any quantity you de
sire. Delivered to your
home.
Always call for Olym-
pla,
A. N0LTE
'Phone Main iil.
SHERWIN &
WILLIAMS
PAINT
ONLY PLACE
TON TO
IN PENDLE
GET IT.
PAINTERS' MATERIALS
ALL KIND8.
OF
E. J. MURPHY
Court 8t
College
Place
Health
Food
Wafers, fruit crackors, cream
sticks, nut butter and salted
peanuts.
Despain & Clark
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT TJNDBB
carpets, on anelres, walli or for wrap
ping .purpose. Old newspapers In Urn
(mndles of 100 etch at SB centa bandit
at tbe EABT OBBOONtAN ofllce, Feoalfr
tea, Ores-en.
offered a welcome In behalf of the
city of Detroit, and not less cordial
were the receptions given Rev. S. S.
Marquis, who spoKe for the church of
Detroit, and to G. Jay Vinton, who
spoke for the Baptist Young People's
Societies of Michigan. But one re
sponse was made in behalf of the
board of managers and the delegates,
this duty being assigned to Rev. Her
bert J. White, of Beverly, Mass. After
the usual committee appointments
and the transaction of other prelimin
ary business the morning session was
brought to a close with an address by
Dr. Charles R. Henderson of the Uni
versity of Chicago.
This afternoon the convention re
ceived the reports of the board of
managers and of the several officers
and committees of the society. These
Often The Kidneys Are
Weakened by Over-Work.
up
and put into the military sweatbox
and made to tell from what source
she had received the money. Follow
ing the confession was an order
from the authorities to either leave
the town or take a chance on the bull
pen. "You can easily understand what
we were up against when you know
that the man Moon, who is captain
of the militia, is a member of the Citi
zens' Alliance. He Is the man who
took a personal part in the demolish
ing of the union stores at Victor.
"The conditions down there cer
tainly make a picture that looks out
of place In free America." said Mr.
Baker. "To hound men down might
be permissible under certain condi
tions, but to starve innocent women I
and helpless babes and have the out
rages sustained by a state govern
ment looks un-American tp me."
Mr. Baker will be in the city for a
few days before returning to British
Columbia.
MT. WRANGLE IN ERUPTION.
Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to be
traced to tne kiuneys, ,
but now modern i Alaskan Peak Said to Have Belched
science proves that Fire and Smoke.
nearly all djsea.sos The report has reached this city by
have their beginning .mu8ners arrlving rom the vlclnltv
orcins ,n,Prtam I extinct crater of that peak was In
The'kidnevs f.lter h''0,ent e"lnt'on ? f nlKht of J,lne
and purify the blood- ".says the Seattle Star,
t Vint i their wnrt Fox nearly 12 hours the mountain
Therefore, when vour kidneys are weak .belched forth huge volumes of smoke
or out of order, you can understand how anu name, wnue tor a distance oi six
quickly your entire body is affected and , miles to the north the ground was
mi; uu uiv
flames subsid
ed, but smoke and ashes still contin-
taking the great kidney remedy, Dr. ned to pour out of the mountain.
Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon The prospectors stated that the
as your kidneys are well they will help first indications they had that any
all the other organs to health. A trial tnlng was wrong was jU8t as tnoy
will convince anyone. . were al)out t0 8)t Uown t0 tnoir eve.
If you arc sick you can mane no mis-1 n,n mpal
take by first doctoring vom kidneys. I We were abmu 12 rom th
The mild and the extraordinary effect of ,.,.-,.. ,,, A1 ,nh,.Rfm ..,, hnrt
Dr. Kilmer's Swnmp-Koot, tne great ". ' .
kidney remedy, is soon realized. ltirl,l",:u, . ."' 'IT'"' "J1""
stands the highest lor us wonuenui cures l ; . , ,
of the most distressing cases, and is sold 1 moment lator smoke was seen coming
on its merits bv all f.V" ...c u, v.. i'""- " u
how every organ seems to fail to do its covered with ashes. Early
duty. morning of June 12 the flan
If you are sick or " feel badly," legin
druggists in fifty-cent
and one-dollar size
bottles. You may
have a sample bottle nooao(Bwmmp-Bac.
bv mall free, also a pamphlet telling you
bow to find out if you have kidney or
bladder trouble. Mention this paper
when writingto Dr. Kilmer & Co., lling
hamton.K. Y. Dfti't make any mistake,
but remember the name, Swamp-Root,
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the ad
dress, Bingliauiton, N. Y., on every bottle.
CANTY'S PARLORS ,
OF AMUSEMENT
Open day and night. Billiards,
Pool, Shooting Gallery, Bowl
ing Alleys, Throwing Racks.
Good music every evening.
BASEMENT, CORNER MAIN
AND VEBB STREETS.
Under W. & C. R. Depot.
ed up our thingB hastily and hit the
trail. During the entire night smoke
nnd llames continued to come out of
the crater.
"In addition to this a cloud of
smoke hung like a pall over the
earth for hours, stretching away to
the north for miles, There was a fall
of ashes which lasted all night long.
"Toward morning there was an
other Blight earthquake, after which
the eruption ceased,"
IN8URANCE.
Fire, Life and Accident
JOE ELL
Room 8, Over Taylor's Hard
wars Store.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured,
II j local applications as tby can not reach
th. rittt.iiKMl nnrtlnna nt ,h. r Th.v.
Is only one way to cure deafness, and tbat
Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is
causeu vy un i nun men condition or tne
mucous llnlne of tbe Kustacblan tube.
When tbla tube is Inflamed you hare a
rumbling sound or Imperfect bearlnc, and
wben It Is entirely closed, deafness Is the
result, nnd unless the Inflammation can be
taken out and tbls tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing wll be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by Catarrh, which Is nothnj; but an In
flamed condition of the mucous surfaces.
I Me will lve One Hundred Dollars for
any case of deafness (caused by ratarrhl
that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars free.
K. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all druRKSts, 75c.
Hall's Family 1'llls are tbe best.
In order to accommodate Ashing
parties the O. R. & N. Co. will, until
close of season, have train No. 2,
leaving here at E:45 p. m., stop at
North Fork on Saturday evenings,
and train No. 1, due In Pendleton at
8 a. m stop at some place Monday
morning. This arrangement will be
In effect Saturday. May 14.
E. C. SMITH, Agent.
COMING!
COMING!
Eagles Free
Street Fair
and Carnival
PENDLETON, OREG
July If to July 16
ON THE STREETS NO ENCLOSURE
All attractions furnished by the famous Dixie Carnival Co, featuring Dana Thompson, the world' 1
Greatest hlah hiver. dlvina twice dallv fmm hl Inftv tnu.,. inn f- hlnh. Into a tank containing
three feet of water.
TWICE DAILY AND FREE.
The Berger troupe of world renowned tumblers, equallbrlsts, head and hand balancers, twice dally
and free.
Ten big high-class, moral shows. The blc Ferris wheel, big brass bands, the merry-go-round.
STAY AT HOME AND SEE A GOOD ONE.
See the Swiss village.
See Dixieland.
See the glassblowers.
See the dog and monkey circus.
See the laughing palace.
See Esau, the Egyptian wonder.
See the Electric Palace.
Se the statue turning to life.
See the eruption of Mt. Pelee.
See Luna Luna.
8ee 8amson, the king of reptiles.
8ee No Name, the Malay Wonder.
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN A CIRCUS.
Met me In tho Midway. This means on the streets of Pendleton. No enclosure.. Absolutely j
Don't forgot the date, July 11 to July 16, one week.
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