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DAILY EAST OllKGONIAK, PENDLETON, OKEUON. TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1(8. PACT THRXB. II VQUBB U8E3EO 19 WORLD PRIED ngg SUITS ROOSEVELT Washington, I). C, May 12. Im pOHlng ceremonies marked the luyliiK of the cornerstone of tilt- new build ing to bu the home of the American Bureau of Rcpubllca lust evening. The principal feature of the exercl:-;g wag the eloquent address by President Koosevelt which was as follows: This Is a memorable occasion for all the peoples of the Western Hem isphere. The building, the corner stone of which we luy today, empha sizes by its existence the growing sense of solidarity of Interest and as piration among all the peoples of the New World. It marks our recosmltlon of the Younjr 'Women are often Brent need to knit ever closer together all UffererB for WlUlt Of proper advice ,ho republics of the Western Hemls at lint the right time. jphere, through the kindly bonds of! Sirs. Pinkham, at Lynn, Mass., has mutuni Justice, good win, and sym- aiwaya W8Uei W young girls a Bpeo- lml"el,( comprenension. lal Invitation to write to her about At the ou,(,et behalf 0f an of us thfllr HlrknnHa KhA 4a a. mntk I 'h to Uiank Mr. .Carnegie for his Hid fully Understands ' senerou gift a gift to all the nation la nine chanoes out of ten youi of lhe New World' and thl',ef0',e ure ase be iust the same as those oi i ml,1:nty 88 comln from one theyoungladieswhoselettersfollow. who ha" so 8lncerely s,rlve" tor the vnu mm mtnnn..! caUHe "f p0UCJ nm0"K nations; for LYDIA E. PINKHAM S wh,l wc hv y a long Path to urnrTARi f rnn Dnn?n trpa1 b,'f"re we can Hpeak wlth Kny VftUblADLL UUlYlrUUilU certainty of the day when wurs shall Is what you need to restore health, cease from the earth, we of this West Miss Abby F. Barrows, of Nelson- rrn Jl'-'iifphere, by movements such llle, Ohio, writes to Mrs. Pinkham : as that symbolized by this building, "When I wrote to you I was verv lmve ,aken Kroat "tri toward s nervous, had dull headaches, backache, (UrlnK permanent peace among our nd wan rery irrea-ular. Doctor did m "elves. , no ffood. Lydia E. I'lukham's Vegetable i Room-volt's Giwtlng. Compound and your advice nmdo mt I" 'he next place, as president of regular, well and strong. I amjiow Ic this republic I greet the representn better health than ever before." ' Uvea of all our sister republics to the Miss Elaie L. Hook, of Chelsea, s,JUtn of us- 1,1 a sense, you are our Vt, Writes tO Mr8. Pinkham: , elder sisters and we the younger peo- ,T4 am only sixteen tears old. but : p.,c! for ou rePT "lore ancient Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- elvilli!a"n On this continent than we pound and your advice have cured mc . j0, of sideache, periodic pains, and a ner-l Your fathers, the Spanish and Por tons, irritable condition after every-. tugucse explorers, conquerors, lawgiv ing else bad failed." jers, and commonwealth builders, had 7 APT Cfn lflf wnuru ! founded a flourishing civilization In v TI A. Yrirr ,he troplp8 and the 80Uth temperate 0r thirty years Lydia E. Pink- zone while all America north of the hams Vegetable Compound, made rio Grande was still unmapped wiid from roots and herbs, n as been the! ernes. Standard remedy for female ill.j Your people had founded Amerl and has positively cured thousands of can universities, were building beau Women who have been troubled With tlful cities, were laying deep the displacements, inflammation, ulcere- foundations of future national life, at tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, 'many different points In the vast ter- Eriodic pains, backache, that bear-1 rltory stretching from the Colorado r-down feeling. flutulencT.indiireB. ' ,0 ,ne Plata, before the ships of the tvon,aizciness,or nervous prostration Why dont you try it? ' a The Brewery Depot SALOON Main Street Paul Hemmelgarn, Prop. Invites all his friends to call for a glass of the best beer in town. A cool, orderly stopping place for men. Wines, Liquors, Cigars Mixed Drinks. and Every Woman It Inlrrmird nnd rhould know Ihniit the wonilorftil Marvel "Kr""l ff uuuenu if!. iff m Aak Tour dmnrlst H. If h. nnnot ttipplv the MARVKL. arcrnt ns other, bat nend dUDin for Hint. trntrd book tonlnt. It rlTM full Dtrtlcnltra and dirprtlnnn InvnliiuMo iolullM. MARVEL CO., 44 E. 2Jd St., New York Frenchman and the Englishman, the Pwede and the Hollander, had found permanent havens on the north At lantic Bcacoast. For centuries our sev eral elvlllzatlons grew each In Its own way, but each sundered from the oth ers. Xow we are growing together. OrH(T A-WfK'iiitloiiM Coming. More and more In the future we shall each give to and get from the others, not merely things of material value, but things that are of worth for the Intellectual and spiritual welfare of all of us. In the century that has passed the development of North America has, on the whole, proceeded faster than the development of South America; but In the century that has now opened I believe that no other part of the world will see such extraordi nary development In wealth, In popu lation. In all that makes for progress, as will be seen from the northern boundary of Mexico through all Cen tral and South America; and I can assure you that the people of this nation look with the most profound satisfaction upon the great growth that has already tuken place In the countries which you represent a j growth alike in political stability and' In the material well-being which can 1 only come when there Is political sta-' billiy. ' i Our Haltle fleet has Just finished its trip around South America, and I wlsii to thank the iuIiib und the peo ples of South America and of Mexico for the generous and courteous hos pitality which has been shown this fleet on every possible occasion throughout tins trip. ' U'mCh Warm WVIroiiie, In conclusion, let me speak of an other trip, made a couple of years ago by the secretary of state, ICIIliu Hoot, the first tlmo in our history the American secretary of state, during his term of office, left the country to visit certain other nations. ' Mr. Hoot made the complete tour of South America, traversed Central America, and afterwards visited Mexi co. He was everwhere received with the heartiest greeting, a greeting which deeply touched our people, and I wish to say once more how appre ciative we are of the reception ten dered him. Ills voyage was unique In character and In value. It was undertaken on ly because we citizens of this repub lic recognlzo that our Interests are more closely Intertwined with the in terests of the other peoples of this continent than with those of any oth er nations. I believe that history will say .that though we have had other great secretaries of state, we fyive had none greater than Klihu Hoot; and that though In his high office he has done much for the good of his nation and of mankind, yet that 1:!- Bieiiiesi ucnievemeni nas been tne success which has come as the result of his devoted labor to brine closer togthnr all the republics of the Xew World, and to unite them In the effort to work valiantly for our common bet terment, for the material welfare of all who dwell In the western hemisphere. Popular Articles at Popular Prices They are in shirtwaists also the very popular princess effects. Very smart little suits indeed for $12.00--$ 13.00--$ 15.00 at the Pendleton Cloak and Suit House Buy of us and it's allright COLUMBIA BAH 632 Main St. Phone Main 90 When your food seems to nauseate take Kodol. Take Kodol now and until you know you are right again. There Isn't any doubt about what it will do and you will find the truth of this statement verified after you have used Kodol for a few weeks. It is sold here by Tallman & Co. ("ruck Shot in Tourney. Hoise, Ida., May 12. Crack shots from Idaho, Utah, Montana, Wyo ming, Oregon and Washington are contesting for first honors in the an nual tourmimet of the Idaho Sports men s association opened today with a uiuc rue Binmi. four events or a preliminary nature are scheduled for today and the tournament proper, for the added money prizes, will begin to morrow morning and continue through Thursday. Great rivalry Is manifest ed among the sportsmen of the va lious northwestern cities and there will be spirited competition for the prizes. Fine Wines and Liquors. Fancy Drinks a Specialty Hot Lunch Pool and Billiard Parlor .....Gentlemen Only First Class Rooming House In Connection. CORRIGAN BROS. PROPRIETORS. Nominees for June Election Kodol completely digests all classes of food. It will get right at the trou ble and do the very work itself for the stomach. It Is pleasant to take. Sold by Tallman & Co. TEA The greatest tea-drinkers are full - bottom Dutch men. There isn't much nervous prostration in Holland. Tour rrorer return! ror moner If yo dost Ik. Schltllof Dett; w. par Ma Michigan IlepuhlicniH. Grand Rapids, Mich., May 12. Del egates to the number of over 900 as sembled in the republican state con vention today and will elect delegates at large to the republican national convention. That Tart will be Indors ed and delegates favorable to his nom ination as the republican standard bearer will be chosen appears to be a foregone conclusion. Idaho in Taft Column. liolsp, Ida , May 12. -Delegates to the Idaho republican convention are gathering today in Wallace, and from present appearances, will send a dele gation Instructed for Taft to the Chi cago convention. "THE SHOW THAT'S HERE TO STAY" DIME THEATER Funny, Fascinating and Entertaining Moving Pictures and Beautiful Illustrated Songs J. Hud eman DEMOCRATIC XOMIXEE FOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER At the election to be held June 1, 19 . Ralph Folsom (Present Incumbent) REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTY CORONER At election to be held June 1, 190S ' C. A. Barrett (Present Incumbent) REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. At election to be held June 1, U9I. C. P. Strain (Present Incumbent) DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR At election to be held June 1, HQS. L. L. Mann REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. At election to be held June 1, 1908. T. D. Taylor trieofeut. Incumbent DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF At election to be held June 1, DOS Program changes Sunday, Tuesday and Friday Shows 2 to 5 p. m., and 6:30 to 10 p. m. Admission 1 0c Children under lOyrs. 5c. MAIN STREET, NEXT TO KADER'S. John Q. Peebler DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR RECORDER OF CONVEYAN CES. At election to be held June 1. 10- Homer I. Watts, A. B., LL B. DEMOCRATIS XOMIXEE FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. STATEMENT NO. 1 MAX. H. I. Watts, a republican, has been unanimously nominated and sanction ad by the democratic party of this county, purely in recognition of his qualifications for the office. J Jl r1 Wednesday Afternoon Commencing 2:30 o' Clock PENDLETON With Lorimers strongest line-up, having won 6 out of 7 games played. LA GRANDE Lately strengthened and coming over to even up old scores. Leading Stores Will Close in Order to Attend the Game Every baseball bug in the burg, should come out and yell for Pendleton. We are playing fast, clean, ball and deserve your support.