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DAILY EAST OHECOXIAX, rENDLETON, OREGON, THt'ItSDAY, OCTOllER 21, 1007. EIGHT PAGES. 1 1 1L 21st Anniversary Sale Bargains That You Need Right Now QUALITIES TELL PRICES SELL For Friday and Saturday. 1200 yards Dark Outing Flannels at, yard - 5c 1000 yards Cotton Challies (for comfort covering) at, yard - - - - 5c $1.25 Cotton Fleeced Blankets (large size) pr. 95c 12 l-2c Cotton Batting for - - 10c $1.00 Union Suits (Ladies) Natural and White 75c 75c Hemmed Bed Sheets (72 X 81) at, each - 65c $1.50 Flannelette Wrappers Great Special 95c Childrens Winter Coats $5.00 values for - $2.95 Ladies' $4 White Felt Hats for - - $2.75 Ladies9 $4.50 Trimmed Hats far - - $2.95 Children's $1.00 School Caps (all colors) - 50c Women's $4 & $5 Patent Leather Shoes, pr. $3.50 Misses' $2 & $2.25 School Shoes, pair - $ 1 .75 $6.50 Large Size Tan Blankets (all wool) pr. $5.00 Women's 50c Black Lace Hose for, pair - 35c The Peoples Warehouse Where It Pays To Trade HEYBURH'S EFFORTS A memorial resolution, .to be sign--ed by the commercial clubs of south ern Idaho, will be presented at the session of the Sixtieth congress, says the Capital News, requesting the . adoption of Senator W. B. Heyburn's amendment to the act regulating freight charges made by railroads. 'his Is but an Initiative that Idaho is taking In the matter on ac count of our senator introducing the amendment," said C. It. Shaw, chair man of the traffic committee of the Southern Idaho League of Commer cial clubs, "and it Is our intention to take the matter up with all the prin cipal cities west of the Mississippi river with the exception of the coast cities, which we cannot expect to co operate wth us, as they are getting the benefit of the 'disqrlmination in freight rates." Senator Heyburn will probably be asked to prepare the memorial reso lution, as he has been one of the ac tive proponents of the amendment Copies of the resolution will then be made and sent to all the clubs in southern Idaho for their approval be fore taking the matter up with the outside states and securing their. as sistance. The amendment presented by Sen ator Heyburn at the last session of congress Is to the effect that no rail road or corporation shall charge more I SAYS IT IS A FACT. Tallman & Co. Confirm Guarantee on Hyomei, Cure for Catarrh. The question having been raised as to whether or no Tallman & Co. will refund the money If a Hyomei outfit does not do all that is claimed for it In curing catarrh, they want to state positively that this guarantee Is an absolute fact. A guarantee like this is the best proof that can be offered as to the curative powers of Hyomei In all ca tarrhal troubles. You do not risk a cent In testing 1U healing virtue. Tallinan and Co. take all the risk. If you have catarrh, try this won derful medicated air of Hyomei. It does not drug or derange the stomach but is breathed through a neat pocket Inhaler that comes with every out fit, so that its medication reaches the most remote air cells In the nose, throat and lungs, where any catarrhal germs may be lurking. It quickly, destroys them, heals and soothes the Irritated mucous membrane and vi talizes the tissues so that catarrh la r.o longer possible. You can lose nothing by giving Hyomei a trial, nothing but the catarrh and that Is good riddance. The price of the complete outfit 1s but $1; nothing If it falls to cure. Jet an outfit from Tallman & Co. to day and begin its use at once. FOB LOUVER RATES for ' a short haul than, for a long haul. After the league of southern Idaho clubs has approved the memorial re questing the adoption of this amend ment, the matter will be taken up with Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Ne vade, Arizona, and In fact with all of the principal cities and states west of the Mississippi river. A copy of the resolution will be mailed to the commercial clubs of the principal cit ies of each state with the request to have copies made and sent out to the other clubs In the state. The amendment Is one that Is of vital interest to every' city west of the Mississippi river, with the excep tion, of course, of the coast cities, and it Is the Intention of the commt tee on traffic of the Southern league of Idaho clubs to actively and clearly present the need of passing the amendment so that by concerted ac tion on the parts of all the states and cities affected by the discrimination in freight rates the passage of the amendment may be had at the six tieth session on . congress. TWO STORIES. 'Miners Say Keep Away from Gold J field Xevispaiers Say Business I (iOOd. ! Goldfleld Miners' union has sent out a notice that conditions of labor are bad In that camp; that many men are out of employment; that leasers are closing down every day without paying their men. Different .from this Goldfleld newspapers say that business Is humming. Follow ing Is the notice sent out: ' "Conditions in Gold Meld- Xev., are being misrepresented throughout the country for the purpose of inducing 'worklngmen and women to come to this district. The move Is two-fold, i First, to flood the camp with unem I ployed so that employers can use them in destroying the working con iditions of the district. Second, the : business men of the town hope to 'r jap the benefit of this influx In .the i money spent by the newcomers. The 'actual conditions In Goldfleld at this time Is that the camp Is overrun with imen and women seeking work; prop erties are shutting down every day without paying their miners; and the coming winter means untold hard ship for those unfortunate enough to 'be out of work in a district where the cost of living is exceptionally hign nd the climate very severe. Work lngmen and women of all occupations are warned of these conditions and to stay away from the camp,' ' Help Wanted. I Ladles' clothes lroners wanted at 1 Robinson's Domestic Laundry. I . 1 Bond Bros, sell the best clothing 1 that's mad.. Save Your Coupons 'DO DOGS GO TO HEAVEN?" Dr. J. Wlillconih HroiiKlier Plead for the Animals. I Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher of the White Temple, of Portland, who will speak at the teachers' Institute in this city tonight, preached a sensational sermon at his church in Portland last Sunday on the subject, "Do Dogs Go to Heaven?" The following review of his sermon Is from the Portland Telegram: In his sermon at the White Temple last night. Rev. Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher advanced the unusual the ory that if human beings have souls, lower animals also must be immor tal. The title of his discourse was, I "Does God Care for Animals; Do Dogs Go to Heaven?" The sermon was delivered on behalf of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and was a stern arraignment of fash Ion's decrees. Dr. Brougher assorted that the taste which , says feathers shall be worn on a woman's hat, Is the same as that which Inspires an Indian to line, his wigwam with-skulls. In part the sermon follows: i All life is a mystery. Xo man has . yet been able to define that subtle . potent thing vaguely called "the prin ciple of life." This principal we find in that part of the animal creation which Is outside of man. In this re spect, at least, thera Is a kinship which Joins man and animal. In my own study I have come to feel that ' men and other animals have two j things In common a. body and a soul. I Man would have been a living soul Just as any other animal. Is if he had 1 not been Inspired with higher splrit ' ual powers from his Creator. ! On man's body side, he sprang from dust. On the soul side he has the same principal of life as other anl ' mals. On his spirit side he is dl 1 vlnely and specially Inspired from I God. Thus the animal creation has ' a soul that Is common to man also. I I am not speaking "dog"-matlcally on !thls point, but there is nothing in the Bible so far as I can see, when rignt ly understood, to discountenance the belief cherished by the great scien tist, Agasslz, who said "Most of the arguments of philosophy In favor of the Immortality of ma"n apply equally to the permanency of the Immaterial principle In other living beings." He also declared his belief in the future life for animals. Of course I believe transformations will take place In the nature of the animal when he enters upon that fu ture existence Just as there will be changes in the nature of man. How human-like are some of the actions of the higher forms of ani mals. It has been a question of some debate as to which Is the more In telligent animal, but It Is also a note worthy fact that nearly every one of the higher forms of animals can be more or less trained. Fusion has been arranged In the New York city local contest between the Independence League and the republicans. It Includes the nomlna tation of Max Ihmsen, Hearst's po litical manager, for sheriff. OF 111(5 SHOW IX NEW YORK NOW IX PROGRESS Over 05,000 Ktiiinrc Pert of Floor SHioc Used in Monster Exhibition of Auto Every Kind of Machine Ever Manufactured I Sliovm hi tlie Pis-play Six Days' Session. New York, Oct. 24. Several months of hard work on the part of automobile dealers and manufactur ers in all parts of the United States hus resulted In the gathering of a great show which during the next six days will undergo the test of the public's critical gaze In the Grand Central palace. It Is the eighth annual exhibition of the Automobile Club of America and the first of the big automobile shows of 1907. At 2 o'clock this af ternoon the cloth coverings were pulled aside, lights were flashed on, and the doors thrown open to the members of the club for a private In spection. Tonight the exhibition opens to the general public and will remain open until next Thursday night. Two days after Its close the big show will open in Madison Square garden, thus giving New Yorkers practically a two weeks' exhibition. More than 65,000 Bquare feet of floor space In the Grand Central pal ace has been portioned among the various exhibitors. Every automo bile manufacturer of any prominence in the United States Is represented. On the main floor of the American Motor Car Manufacturers' association has practically all the space. In the center are to bo found the Reo, Mitchell. Ford, Wayne, Stod-dard-Dayton, Garford,. Rainier, Bloomstrom, Frayer-Mlller, Moore, Kissel, Lane, Napier, Smith and Kllnk cars, while on the opposite side are the Acme, Crawford, B. L. M. Marlon, Welsh, Imperial; Fron tnac, Cartercar, Gaeth, Dragon, York and Dolson cars and the Knox motor truck. The Forty-fourth street side Is occupied by the Donis, Gearless, Chadwick, Moon, Lambert, Mollne, Mora, Harmon and Jackson cars, while on the Forty-third street side are the Overland, Allen-Kingston, American, Evansvllle, Simplex, De Luxe, Glide, Pennsylvania, American Mors and Austin cars. While the first gallery Is In the main occupied by the members of the Motor and Accessories associa tion, there are a number of cars here also. Including the Jewell, Hunting ton, Colt, Holsman, Schacht, Camer on, Ellsworth. Buggyabout, Reliable, Dayton and Shawmut cars. In addi tion there are a number of motor cycle exhibits and a fine display of commercial vehicles, including the Lansden. Miller, Logan,. Reliance, Mack, Mitchell, Rapid and Frayer Mlller. The manufacturers and dealers ex press the opinion that the keen In terest taken In the opening of the . show indicates that the sales will be I prontor this vpnp thnn pvop hfr,r0 The prosperity of the whole country, they say, makes the wholesale pur chasing of pleasure vehicles possible, and during the next 12 months it is expected the demand will tax the ca pacity of every automobile factory 'in America. THE SAGEBRUSH FIESTA. Poentello Preparing for a. Most Unique Event In 1008. The following Is from the Salt Lake Herald: A corporation has been formed In Pocalello for the purpose of promot ing a great Sagebrush Fiesta, to he iheld some time during 1908, In hon or of the conquest of the desert. Idaho ranks high among Irrigated states, and Its people, after casting about for some fitting means of marking the great regeneration of the state's sterile area, have adopted the Idea of L. Bush Llvermore, editor of the Pocatello Tribune. The services of Idaho's foremost boosters have been enlisted in the movement, and It is purposed to make the Sagebrush Fiesta one of the most memorable events In the history of the west. AN APRICOT-PEf If. Fruitvnle, Wash., Man Has Produced a Luscious Fruit. The apricot-peach, a grafted pro duct turned out by A. M. Cale of Fruitvale, Wash., Is attracting a great amount of interest among fruit growe: of North Yakima, Wash. Samples show tha new pod eh to be very luscious, h:iv!ii,? the .btst fla vors of both fruits, says the Spokesman-Review. The successful grafting of the two trees, vhlch occurred three years ago, was largely accidental, Mr. Cale be ing almost convinced that the refult would be a failure. He was on the point in fact of destroying tho one tree that he had, but concluded fi nally to leave It alone for a season. It bore meagerly last year, but this year has produced abundantly. Mr. Cale has been offered $3000 for the secret of grafting the two tree, but has rejected the offer. COFFEE Why Schilling's Best? Because it is best and your money is yours if you think you don't find it so. v Your j:ocer rcttirni your money If rou don't like it; we piy lim THOUSANDS TI TIMELY TIPS TO RHEUMATICS. Medical Export Gives Simple Direc tions for ithe Cure of RlieumatlHin, Kidney unci Bladder Troubled. The well known physician, Dr. George Edmund Flood, states that rheumatism and the more frequent forms of kidney and bladder troubles are largely due to errors in diet and the general mode of life. Dr. Flood cautions all who have rheumatism or kidney and bladder ailments Tt be moderate In the con sumption of heavy, rich foods. A good diet will be found In soups, broths, fresh milk and plenty of wa ter. "You should," said Dr. Flood, "take plenty of time to cat and Im mediately cease eating when your stomach tells you that you have had enough, even though your palate may still ask fop more. If your work Is confining a moderate amount of ex ercise taken each day In the open air, will be of great benefit." Dr. Flood wishes It understood. however, that careful diet will not alone suffice to cure these ailments, although It proves of Invaluable as sistance. Dr. Flood has achieved great success in his practice In the treatment of rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles, and for the benefit of our readers he has consented to our reproduction In this column of the complete prescription which con- Hood says that this prescription Is Flood says tha this prescription is the most certain cure for the disease which we have mentioned that he has ever come across In many vears of busy practice: Here is the prescription: Fluid Extract Cascara Aromatic... i 1-2 ounen Concentrated Barkola Compound.'.. 1 ounce Aromatic Elixir 4 ounces Adult dose: One teaspoonful af ter meals and at bedtime; children, one-fourth to one-half teaspoonful after meals. This prescription can be filled by any druggist, anywhere or, better still, get the Ingredients yourself and mix them at homo by shaking them In a bottle. Eagles vs. Clams. All members of the Order of Eagles and their friends and ladles, are re quested to be present at a social and clam bake. Friday evening, Octoher 25, given by Pendleton aerie No. 28, F. O. E., at Eagles' hall. A. W. HANSON. ROYAL M. SAWTELLE, DR. H. S. GARFIELD. JOHN F. HILL, J. M. SHEETS, v Committee. There l more Catarrh la this section' of the country than all other disease put to gether, and until the last few jean was Hiipposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctor pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies, fend by constantly falllnu to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Sci ence haa proTen catarrh to be a constitu tional disease and therefore requires con stitutional traetment Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney ft Co., To ledo, Ohio, ia the only constitutional cure on the market. It la taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the system. They offer one hun dred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address F. J. CIIKNEY 4, CO., Toledo, O. Sold bv drupelsts. 7.1c. Take Hall's Family Tills for constipation. Special Sale at tlio Vogue. Our millinery offering for this week has only to be seen to convince you of the special bargains yotf will miss If you fall to visit our store. Special sale every day this week to reduce our mammoth stock. Everything new, in style and color. The Vogue Millinery. 822 Main street. The General Demand of the Well-informed of the World has always been for a simple, pleasant and efficient liquid laxative remedy of known value; a laxative which physi cians could sanction for family use because Its component part3 are known to them tp be wholesome and truly beneficial is efTect, acceptable to the system and gentle, yet prompt, in action. In supplying that demand with Its excellent combination of Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna, the Cali fornia Fig Syrup Co. proceeds along ethical lines and relies on the merits of the laxative for Its remarkable success. That Is one of many reasons why Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna Is given the preference by the Well informed. To get Its beneficial effects always buy the genuine manufac tured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. Price fifty cents per bottle. Universal peace Is far from belr.g an accomplished fact. Just now the Moors are giving France considerable trouble. We are always more than able to hold our own when It comei to selling high grade gentlemen's clothing at prices that please. If every man wore one of our correct suits. Its dollars to doughnuts that universal peace of mind would be an assured fact. Bond Brothers Pendleton's Loading Clothiers. Havel You Seen TIIE 1 nnr? uvu c The New Ladies' and Children's " THEATER Moving Pictures That are funny and fascinating Illustrated Songs All late and catchy Programe Changes every Sun. & Wed. Shows 2 to 5 p. m. dhd 6:30 to 10 p. m Admission - 10c Children under 10 yrs. 5c Main st. Next to Raders "Its one long howling laugh Every kind of Ready Mixed Paint is to be found here already for use. Also extra large line of beautiful wallpaper patterns. , Pendleton Paint Store E. J, Murphy. 121' E. Court Black 3181 Full-Blooded White Leghorn Roosters FOR SALE From the famous FETALOfA, CAI.IT., STOCK. Priced very reasonable. ANTON NOLTE rEXni.ETOX, OREC.OX, FEXDLETOX'S POPULAR POOL AND BILLIARD PARLORS Alleys and tables newly dressed and overhauled. A quiet, orderly resort for gentlemen and ladles. PASTIME PARLORS IJASEM EXT HENDRICKS IIJ)C, "Everybody Works But Mother" She Cooks With Gas AFFORDS A SOFT, WHITE, LIGHT AND IS UNSURPASS ED TO READ BY. Call at office for particulars. Northwestern Gas & Electric Co. MATLOCK BUILDING. The East Oregon Ian Is Eastern Ore iron's representaUve, paper. It leads and the people appreciate It and show It by Uielr liberal patronage. It Is the advertising medium of the section.