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EIGHT PAGES. PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST OREUOMAN, FENDLETON, OREGON. MONDAY, FEIUU AUY 10, 1008. Buy your Sheetings, Table Linens, Pillow Casings, Muslins, White Goods, Wash Goods, Muslin Underwear,. Lace Curtains, Blankets, Bed Spreads, Ginghams, Per cales, Etc., Etc., during this month. REMEMBER Our Annual Clearance Sale 0ur AnnualMuslin Underwear Sale And Oar Great Mill End Sale Three Great Sales in One offers exception al savings in all these lines. The Peoples Warehouse Save Your Coupons warn w IF UNION SERVICES TWENTY PKOFESRIOXS OF FAITH; TEX FROM MEN TTniidensclijeld Preached Wonderfully Imprclve Sermons to Large Con gregation Sunday a Banner Pay for the Union Mooting Will Preach on Popular Amusements Tomorrow Xlght Tonight's Subject Cottage Prayer Meeting. This is not "Blue Monday" for th five rhurches united In Evangelistic meetings. Yesterday was reckoned a. the greatest day of the meetings thu far. Every service was marked by a large attendance and the deep e.t Interest. In the morn'ng the church was, fill ed to the rear class rooms and In the evening almost every available seat, ciear to the back walls was occupied. The great chorus was all present and d'd excellent work. The congrega tion caught the spirit of the hour, and sang the old and new gospel hymns as they have never been sung in Pendleton, it is safe to say. The large number of men In the congregations was again noticed both morning and evening and the charge can no longer be made that religion '.a a matter In which only tMe women and children with a few men are in terested. At the close of the day's service it was found that 20 'cards had been signed. Ten of these bore the signa tures of men, some oj them Pendle ton's representative business men. Mr. Haudnschield did not com promise in the high character of the message he has hitherto preached, v.rr aim his shafts elsewhere than at the people before him. In the morn ing the sermon was based on the trial of Israel at Kadesh Barnea, when they were turned back for the 40 years wandering in the wilder ness. The attractiveness of the high er life possible to the Christian was emphasized, and then the conditions of the wilderness Journey that men must take If they refuse to accept the Invitation to the higher life. The condition, entire surrender to Cod. was clearly set forth and in re sponse to the evangel'st's invitation, a large part of the congregation rose to express thHr d'-sire and purpose to meet the condition There are churches in Pendleton that will be substantially new in spirit and llf'i as a result of these meetings. Women's MeHltig In Afternoon. In the afternoon meeting for wo men the main auditorium, of the church was well filled. The message was concern ng the place of woman hood In fie history of Christianity, and the present opportunity and priv ilege of the women In the service of Christ. At this servi'-f eight cards of confession were sigriel. The I'l-anm of Life." T!i(- pennon in the evening on the "Drama of Life" was bused on the parable of the prod gal son. It Is a ftmlliar and hackneyed subject for -. ra:"Ois. but a twvv Kermon was preached from it last night. The ex perience of the man w -ho tiiken God's heritage and wastes J in the service of sin Wiis portrayed wit;, a vivid- Where it March Delineator now ft. -;. 4 ' i jc$ f-V.'f . r? to, 4 r i'l r Houdensehleld Cllncliinir a Point. ness and power that brought convic tion to many hearts. The awaking of the squl to its real condition and the possibility of a re turn, when the Father meets the son on the way, provides for his every need, freely forgives him, and receives him with rejoicing, was also set forth that the power of a call from a present God was impressed on many" hearts. Men Are Interested. Twelve came forward at this serv ice, and as stated above, 10 of these were men. It would be Impossible to rjport In any adequate manner the power and Impression made by the sermon and the entire service. The sermon was marked by original and striking conceptions of the meaning of Scripture passages. Mr. Hauden- schleld's Illustrations are particular-. ly apt and helpful. PerhaDS the greatest element 6 strength in such sermons as those of yesterday lies in their fearless setting forth of the substant ai trutn or me gospel and the direct, unmistakable application of the truth to the life and conscience of the hearer. It was suggested yesterday that when one listens to Mr. Hauden- schleld he has to do with the truth. If a man is afraid of the truth and has determined he does not want to hear it, he will be careful to keep out of the hearing of these sermons, for every one who listens must face the question concerning the truthfulness of the message. Tonight's Subject. Tonight the sermon w il be "Why some people In Pendleton are not Christians." Tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 a meeting will be held In the Presbyterian church with the subject, "Divine Guidance." This will proba bly be the only Bible reading or after noon meeting till the last of the week and therefore will make a particu larly strong appeal to those who have come in touch with these afternoon meetings. "Popular Amusements." Tomorrow evening the sermon will be on "The Amusement Question." Children under 12 years of age will not be admitted unless with parents 1 "f. ; ' 'I s- . .. . ... km MW I WW IIH I'l IMM MV' Pays to Trade here. who cannot conveniently leave them. The students of the Pendleton acad emy and of the high school are in vited to attend in n body. Much in terest is being manifested in this sub ject. Cottage Irayer Meetings. Tomorrow morning cottage prayer meetings will be held in .the follow home from 9 o'clock to 9:30. No In vitation Is necessary for a welcome to any of these meetings: Mrs. Wni. McCormick, 211 Washington: Mrs. Craig. 301 Perkins; Mr. Baird, 1007 East Webb; Wm. Temple, 123 Lewis; Mrs. Hlndermun, 410 College; Claud Penlund, 219 Willow; T. Hargrove, 507 West Webb; Mrs. C. J. Hanson, 409 Walnut. Coiiiiiilrtoiier Direllct rt Duty. Referring to the editor of this pa per, the two county commissioners In a signed article In one of our contem poraries, makes the following re mark: "Tlie curt would be doing a public service If It provided a lunacy commission -to try such slanderers for Insanity.".. Xow, these two members form a majority of the court. Why don't they appoint the commission? As Is usually the case, the above men tioned majority, are direllct In doing what they even deem a public serv ice. In the gross, and scope of our opinion,. this bodes some strange fear In the minds of the above mentioned majority as to what the personal re action might be If such a commission were brought into existence. Wal lowa .Sun. Employ Japs In Place of Whiles. The O. R. & N. is laying off all white section men except foremen and Installing Japanese, says' the Wal lula Gateway. The whites have been receiving ,1.C0 per day and working about half time. The Japs are to re ceive SI p'er day, with no allowance for overtime. As Harrlman and Hill seem to bear the passage by congress of an exeluslon act, it behooves the companies to give employment to the hordes of foreigners that they have been rushing Into the country lately in order to keep them here. Although one white man vlll do the work of two Japs, still' if the japs would leave and could not return, white men could not be secured at present prices. for Szeehenyl Five Millions. A credit of five million dollars has been received In Budapest by the Hungarian Discount and Exchange bank for the account of the Count and Cbuntess Laszelo Szecenyl. Count Lasblo Szechenyl married ' in New York January 27, Gladys, daughtet of Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbllt. The Vanderbllts have paid foreign men of title once before and besides them many other American millionaires have sent fortunes abroad with their daughters. Cbnsuelo Vanderbllt took IS millions to the Duke of Marlbor ough but 25 millions went with An na Gould Bonl de Castellane. Kan sas City Star. Kcdol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural digest ants and contains the same Juices found in a healthy stomach. Each dose will digest more than 3000 grains of food. Sold by Tallman & Co. RcOien Brooklyn Dank. New York, Feb. 10. The First National bank of Brooklyn, which closed its doors during the panic, was reopened for business today. The di rectors declare that the Institution Is now In a sound condition and pre pared to meet ail demands of depositors WILL HOT STOP FORM PIC X I J TI 1 W EST 1 1 A 1 LI lO A D WORK TO PROCEED Active ITeparatloni for Construction of North Const Aro Now Doing Miule KeiuieuU-k and North Yak ima to be Joined by North Coast Lino by September 30, It Is De clared. That the money situation will not seriously affect railroad building In the northwest this year Is shown by the following from the Kennewlck Reporter: According to authentic reports from Seattle, Portland and other coast points the North Coast railway will lay the Strahorn rails between this city and North Yakima during the coming summer and by September 30 it Is expected thut the first train will be placed In service. Rumors, many of them unauthen tic, have ben in circulation among railroad officials during the ' past month, but none of them seem to have attracted so much general in terest ns the report Wednesday from Seattle that the contract for the con struction work would begin In a feiy weeks. This report seems to have gained circulation among railroad men of Spokane and is said to have originat ed with James J. McKay who is op erating a construction camp north of this cltv. The fact that the contract will be let on or about March 1 Is held by lo cal authority to be a precursor of the official announcement from New Tor of the place of the Canadian Pacific to build to Seattle and Portland from Spokane and a coast branch to Van couver, B. C. There are others, however, who claim that the North Coast Is part of the Northwestern system., their prin cipal claim being based upon the fact that the "C. & N. W." brand appears upon a large portion of the tools now being used by the North Coast peo ple. The Seattle Times In speakUig of the North Coast says In part as fol lows: "The president and originator of the North Coast is Robert E. Stra horn. a millionaire resident of Spo kane and neighbor of Austin Corbln who built the Spokane and Interna tionnl Into Spokane from Canada for the Canadian Pacific. "L. M. Rice, of this city, .who Is one of the most prominent railway eneineers In the west is known to have been associated for months past with Canadian Pacific engineers In working out the surveys for a coasi extension of the British line from Vancouver to Seattle. Rice Is now In New York and the announcement is expected within 30 days of the C. P. R. company's definite plans. . Railroad men couple this fact with the announced resumption on a large scale of the construction of the North j roast line. The Identity of the men who have financed that company zias been kept n guarded eoret by tftra I'orn and James A. Keer, his legal representative in (his clt j. Rising from the Grave. A prominent .manufacturer, Win. A. Feitwell, of Lucama, N. C, relates a most remarkable experience. He says: "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Bitters, I feel like one rising from the grave. My trou ble Is Blight's disease, In the Diabe tes stage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for It has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have troubled me for years." Guaranteed at Tallman & Co.'s, druggists. Price only B0 cents. BItOlGHER HAS MADE GOOD. Completes Fourth Year and People Still Know He Is In Fortlniul. Last Sunday was the quadrennlum for Dr. J. Whltcomo Brougher. For four years he has been pastor of the DOWNWARD COURSE. Fast Being Realized by Pendleton People. A little backache at first. Dally Increasing Mil thej back is lame and weak., Urinary disorders quickly follow; Diabetes and finally Brlght'a dis ease. This Is the downward course of kidney ills. Don't take' this course. Mrs. Laura McClure, living at 1313 Madison avenue, La Grande, Ore., says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Pills off and on for three or four years and the best possible results have always been obtained. Any overexertion or the contraction of a cold often served to bring on back ache and at such times my kidneys would be weak and I. would be great ly annoyed by dizzy spells. I would be restless and nervous and as a re sult of the loss of sleep; would arise In the morning feeling tired and worn out. Learning of the merits of Doan's Kidney Pills, I procured a box and took them according to directions and they relieved me at once. I have kept them In the house since, as I have the greatest confidence In them. When I feel any of the attacks com ing on I Immediately resort to Doan's Kidney Pills and they rfever fall to give the desired results." For sale by all dealers. Price B0 i cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. New York .sole agents for the United States. ' Remember the name Doan's and take no other. White Temple, and for four yeara Portland has known he was In town. Preachers have come and gone; preachers have attempted to' steal Brougher's fire und have been fired; preachers have denounced the alleged sensationalism of tho gentleman of White Temple, and they, too, have departed for other pastures where the grass might be longer. If the test of a man Is his work, and If the test of a man's work is time, Dr. Brougher has made good, and angels can't do more than that, though Brougher Is not an angel. . His facial presentment Is against him if nothing elso, says the Portland People's Press. Dr. Brougher has made the White Temple one of the great Baptist con- irieiratlons of the nation. He hus brought people to hear him, not be cause he believed In submersion or holiness, nor because he had a train ed band of singers, nor because it was u handy place to go when the weather was bad, but. because they wanted to hear what Brougher had to say about things. And from fre quent sittings under the drippings of the White Temple eaves we are con vinced that the average man was benefited by hearing Brougher. Brougher Is rjot always polished, but he has a fund of common sense and human, understanding, that, while not entirely unknown In pulpit discourse, is sufficiently unusual to deserve at tention. And Brougher is honest and a worker. At first we thought It was hot air we rather hung back dared Brougher to prove It; but after four years we must admit that he Is a, wise and far-seeking worker, that he does' thlng3 that are worth doing and that he has become a part of tne public life of the city and tho state, and a mighty good part at that. Brougher is not the only preacher In town, but he is one of the sort the town can HI afford to lose, und his work is broader than either his church por tals or his creed. Probably Brougher will get to hea ven. We have no evidence to the contrary. But If he doesn't we hope we will be lucky enouRh to squnt In the same future abode that Brougher graces. It may be warm, but It will be Interesting and 'congenial. How's Tills? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any cnae of Catarrh that cannot b otired by Hall's Catarrh Cure. V. 3. CIIKXEY ft CO., Toledo, O. We, the undersigned, have known V. J. Cheney for the lust Hi years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obllpitlous made by his firm. Waldine, Kiiimm A Marvin, Wholesale DrugKlsts, Toledo. O. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, artlntt directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Hold by all druKKlsts. Take Hall's Family l'llla for constipa tion. lMlays an Orlutliorynchiis. The center of attraction In Baker City Is the window of the Morning Democrat, In which is exhibited a wealth of photographs gathered from many parts of the world, says the Democrat The greatest curiosity on exhibition is the well preserved body of an orlnthorynchus, a duck billed animal, secured by the city editor when In Tasmania. It is a combina tion of animal, bird, and reptile. It has both web and claw feet, indicat ing that It Is of a scml-nquatic na tine, living half the time In the wa ter and the other part of Its exist ence Is Mient on the land. It iias a horny spur on its heel, with a basil gland similar in structure to the poi son fang of a serpent. It is avlpor ous In that It lays two eggs in which It hatches Its young. It has the en trails of a snake and altogether Is one of nature's greatest curiosities. 1 THE MODERN WOODMEN Has one million members. More members than any other t w o . beneficiary orders in the Unit ed States. New members admitted during 1 907 was 147,843 Is 25 years old. Has the lowest death rate for its age, also, per cap ita expense. For further information call on, or address LIIORE PIERCE BoBntsn Hafel Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAU. Proprietor. t;-i Any !' i w I European plan. Everything first class. All modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout. Rooms en , suite with bath. Large, new sample room. The- Hotel St. George la pronounced one of the most up-to-date hotels of the northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water In all rooms. FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT IS ' CONNECTION WITH nOTEL. , ROOMS: $1.00 and $1.5q Block ami a Half from Depot. See the big electric sign,' Golden Rulo Hotel Corner Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton, Oregon. H. C. MEANS, Proprietor '.5 I r. tew Heated by Steam Lighted by Electricity American plan, rates $1.26 to $1.00 per day. European plan, 60c, 76c, 11.00. Free 'bus meets all trains. Special rates by week or month. Fine restaurant In connection Chicken dinner Sundays, Special attention given country trade. HOTEL PORTLAND OF POnTLAND. OREGON. American plan, $3 pei- day and up wards. Headquarters for tourists and commercial travelers. Special ratee made to families and single gentle men. The management will be pleas ed at all times to show rooms and give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment in the hotel. H. C. BOWERS. Manager. COAL Rock Springs Bridger Vulcan 2,000 Pounds to the Ton. PhPne Main 8 . OREGON Lumber Yard r I . Get the Best Good a. a - -a v Dry Wood ami I tie BEST KIND OP COAL. PROMPT DELIVBRY. W. C MINNIS Leave orders at HENNING'S CIGAR STORE Opposite Peoples Warehouse 'PRONE MAIN a .PENDLETON TANNERY Reopened for Busi ness. Foot of Alta Street. A. Otke, Prop.