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DAILY BAST OREUONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 1908.
PAGE THREE. EIGHT PAGES. I'S DEE-LIGHTED SIX THOUSAND CHILDREN AT SELLS-FLOTO CIRCUS. Taiiuiicii's Shows Gave Free Exliibl tlon for Ontuin Sik'cuiI Writer In Lm Aitcrles TlnK'H Dmrlbea Uio Unique Event Many See Real "An lmul Show" for Flm Time In Their Lived. The Sells-Floto shows, coming to Pendleton Moy 80. Kavo a free per formance to 8000 orphans a short time urn. "Van," the famous writer on the Los Angolcs Examiner tells the story: a little after 2 o'clock John Carroll the het rlnemaster In the business, stepped through the flaps at the main entrance. He was dressed in nis low cut cont and his patent leather pumps and there was a silk hat on his head He looked like an advertising cut for that superior cigarette used in an clubs and cafes. He had a long whip lu his hand. Carroll looked all around the ring children, children, and children everywhere! The sloping stats were hidden behind a great slop ing bank of eager young faces happy, smiling faces. John Carroll drew a long breath and slapped his trouser leg with the lash of hU whip the wonderful whip that starts things and stops things and makes the trick horses stand around so prettily. "Ain't It bully?" said John Carroll. "Ain't It GREAT? Look at 'em. I'll bet some of 'cm never saw a circus before In their poor little lives! Lots of 'cm, you say? Well, we'll give 'em something they won't forget. ' Never saw a circus before, eh? Poor little kids!" And John went out to give the clowns some special Instructions. "Something to work for today," said he. "I love to clown the Utile kids. If they like you, they don't put a handkerchief over their mouths to hide a smile. They laugh right out. They'll laugh today." And Potter, the great Potter of the Peerless Potters the originallord of the air, the bills call him added his little word. Ho was not dressed In his blue silk tights, for he had been work ing "with the ushers helping to get the youngnters Into their seats Just like any common man. "I hope they wll like my act,' 'he said. "Not because It's the greatest aerial act In the world, but well, be cause kids enjoy a thing so much, and I love the little fellers. I'd rather please these children than all the grown-ups In California." The concert band Interrupted Mr. Potter to play "Old Black Joe." It was a piece that every child seemed to know and every boy whistled the air and every little girl sang the words the biggest orchestra I have ever lis tened to. They cheered the band for playing It. and they chwred still louder when the bandsmen trooped over to the entrance, for that meant that the show was about to begin. Then John Carroll opened the cur tains and called "All right, nobert." The bandmaster raised his baton, and 25 musicians answered with a crash, and curtains were drawn aside and the circus began. I am not going to write all about that cirrus It would take up all th- room in the paper. Just think back to your first circus; you haven't for gotten anything that happened, I'm sure you haven't. Columbia Commencement. New York, May 27. Columbia university's 154th commencement was observed today, the exercises begin ning this morning with a procession of the graduating classes, trustees and faculties, followed by tho conferring of degrees and award of honors. Thtf presentation of the statute of Alexan der Hamilton by the Association of the Alumni of Columbia College was a feature of the afternoon program, which Includes, luncheons, receptions and reunions of various classes of graduates and a baseball game with the University of Pennsylvania as Co lumbia's opponent. The anniversary dinner of the alumni will take place this evening and will bo followed by an amateur circus on South Field. Commencement exercises were also held by Barnard college today. Medical (JallieriiiR. Chlcaog, May 27. Chicago physi cians are preparing to entertain thous ands of their professional brethren from all over the United States dur ing the coming week, when the Amer ican Medical association will bo in ses sion here. Thero is every Indication that tho convention will bo tho biggest and most Important of Its kind ever held by the devotees of the healing art. Specialists of international rep utation will read papers before the convention and all of the latest dis coveries In combatting disease will be fully explained, Several distinguished European physicians and savants are expected to be present. Universal Peace. Washington, May 27. Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood announces that this country will be well represented at the Unlyersal Peace Congress In London, opening July IT. Tariff Meeting. Atlantic City, N. J., May 27. Mem bers of the Southeastern Tariff asso ciation convened today at the Marl-borough-Blenhelm for their annual session. , i r Scheutzcn Fcflt. Augusta, Oa.( May 27. Germans from many Georgia cities are taking part In the two days' annual fest com menced today by the Deutscher Schuetsen club. CONFIRMED PROOF. Itesldentj of Pendleton Cannot Doubt What Has Been Twice Prlved. In gratitude for complote relief from aches and pains of bad backs from distressing kidney Ills thousands have publicly recommended Doan's Kidney Pills. Residents of Pendleton who so testified years ago, now say their cures are permanent. This tes timony doubly proves the worth of Doan's Kidney Pills to Pendleton kidney sufferers. Mrs. C. Oliver, living at 612 Maple street, Pendleton, Ore., says: '"I am Just as pleased to endorse Doan's Kidney Pills at this time as when I gave a statement recommending them In 1905. It Is over five years since I procured them at the Pen dleton Drug Co. and was perman ently cured of a severe attack of kid ney trouble which had caused me much suffering. For six months prior to procuring Doan's Kidney Pills I could not bear to be on my feet on account of the bearing down pains through my back and kidneys. , The secretions were also too frequent In action, attended with pain and gave me great annoyance. I was gradual ly growing worse Instead of better, and In spite of many remedies, failed to find relief until Doan's Kidney Pills came to my notice and I pro cured a box. They soon went to the seat of the trouble, I was so encour aged that I continued their use, and a permanent cure was the result know of others who have used Doan's Kidney Pills and have been perman ently cured by them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. AMUSEMENTS Dime Change. The Dime had an excellent change of moving pictures yesterday, among the new attractions being "A Trip to Niagara Falls," which Is In the most beautiful colorings. It shows all the Important places along tho falls, and Incidentally a young couple are view lug the scenery on their "honey moon," which makes tho picture even more Interesting. The "Dynamiters," a sensational story is also a new at traction at the Dime, and In all It is one of the best programs yet shown here. This program will continue over until Friday, when there will be mother change. Pusttnie Pleases. There was a change of moving pictures at the Pastime last night. one of the best programs yet shown here. New, attractive and In beau tiful colorings. The management an nounces this program, which will continue until Friday, when there will be another excellent change. Eagle Show Shop. The Eagle show shop Is attracting crowds with a fine set of new mov- ng pictures, new, attractive and up o date. This program will continue until Friday, when another excellent chang will' be put on. To IKre Well -HMIO Feet Deep. A well drilling outfit Just a little su perior to anything ever seen here be fore Is In the railroad yards Just west of the freight house and Is being un loaded for drilling purposes here and n this vicinity, says the Yakima Re public. The machine is of the type used In drilling oil wells and the fly wheel Is said to weigh a ton. The plant has a capacity of 4000 Teet and n engine of sufficient strength to make work at that depth as easy as such a task can be. The machine Is built of the finest steel throughout and there Is no wood anywhere about it. Ocean Yacht Race. Los Angeles, Cal., May 27. An ocean yacht race to Honolulu, to be participated In by all the leading clubs of the coast. Is being projected. The start will probably be made on July 4. A Callfornlan's Luck. "The luckiest day of rhy life was when I bought a box of Bucklen'e Arnica Salve:" writes Charles F. Bu- dahn. of Tracy, California. "Two 25c boxes cured me of an annoying case of itehlne Dlles. which had troubled me for years and that yielded to no other treatment." soia unaer guar antee at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. New Itont Is Finished. According to information received In this city this week from W. C. Thompson, who has been In Seattle for two weeks, the new steadier Ken newlek, which is to be operated on the Columbia river between this city and Priest Rapids by the Kennewlck Transportation company, is now com pleted and today went into commis sion for a week as an excursion boat during the visit of the battleship fleet to Seattle and Tacoma, says a Kennewlck report. The Kennewlck is designed to seat 100 passengers and as soon as the ex cursion dates on the Sound are past the boat will be brought around to this city via Portland. llaptint Historians, Oklahoma City, Okla., May 27. A meeting of the American Baptist His torical society, was held today, as one of the final features of Baptist anni versary week, which has attracted to tho city members of the denomination from all over the world, Insist upon DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. It Is especially good for plies. Sold by Tallman ft Co, Zionists to Meet. Washington. May 27. Plans for a practical application of the Zionist movement, It was announced toaay, will be made at the coming national convention In Atlantic City next July. An OptlmUt and a rnwlmUt, The difference It droll, The OptlmUt the Doughnut The fMUmui mi mi nw, Onm nuld iu the best u to turn in OP" Iml.t Inti nnulmlat would be to feed Mm tho doughnuts, and this would be true If tbe douc hnutt are fried In ltrd. Lira is certainly Indigestible and many people are deprived of tbe pleasure of eating doughnuts end other dainties just because of this fact. However, there Is a cooking ftCOTTOLENB which can be used in any way and every way that lard can, and yet makes ugbt, rich, aeucioui food that tbe moat delicate stomach can di gest with ease. COTTOLKNE Is making the world cbeetler and brighter for thousands who were formerly suffering from the curse of lard-soaked food. to pick Skirt Sale These are unequaled, because the best. The Skirts are all of the latest styles and colorings, no left overs, but new goods, they are all going at 10 per cent off. the rest of the week. Pendleton Cloak and Suit House Buy of us and it's allright , Amateur Editors. Milwaukee, Wis., May 27. It is an nounced today that the National Ama teur Press association, composed of editors and Journalists connected with colleges and other amateur Journals, will hold its annual convention in Milwaukee, "beginning July 2. rirty Million a ear. Washington, May 27. Fifty mil lions a year for waterways Improve ment will be demanded from congress by the National Rivers and Harbors congress at its 1908 meeting, to be held here on December 9 next. DoiimkthM to Meet. Wheeling, W. Va., May 27. Ar rangements were completed today for the West Virginia democratic conven tion. Bryan adherents assert that their candidate will get the indorse ment of the convention. Veteran Celebrate. Pittsburg, Pa., May 27. McPherson post. Grand Army of the Republic, will celebrate its 40th anniversary tomor row. A lining the speakers will be men of national reputation. Arizona fr Bryan. Tucson, Ariz., May 27. Six dele gates, who will probably bo pledged to Bryan, will be chosen here tomor row to represent Arizona at the Den ver convention. COST PRICE For Colored Shirtwaists Colored shirtwaists in Lawns, Ba tiste and French Ginghams. In all the latest shades at cost. $1.00 Shirtwaists $1.75 $2.00 $2.50 69c $1.10 $1.25 $1.68 All waists fitted and alterations made free of charge. Alexander Dep't Store Givers of Best Values Mark Your Ballot FOR. SHERIFF 41 X T. D. Taylor Famous as an efficient officer, over the entire Northwest. Let's keep him there. BOY S Watch for the large advertisement in Saturday's Paper The East Oregonian is going to give away, free, something that will appeal to you. Don't Fail to Read the Ad. Pendleton and Uma tilla County Voters Mark Your Ballot 312 X Yes The success of this measure means that a fine State Build ing will be Erected in Pendleton Nominees for June Election L. L. Mann . REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. At election to be held June 1. 1908. T. D. Taylor v (Present Incumbent) DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF At election to be held June 1, IMS. John Q. Peebler DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR RECORDER OF CONVEYAN CES. At election to be held June 1. 1908. Homer I. Watts, A. B., LL B. DEMOCRATIS NOMINEE FOR COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT. STATEMENT NO. 1 MAN. H. I. Watts, a republican, has been unanimously nominated and sanction ed by tfie democratic party of this county, purely In recognition of his qualifications for the office. J. Hudeman DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER At the election to be held June 1, ltQf I am a native of Oregon. Joseph N. Scott Independent Candidate for JOINT REPRESENTATIVE for Morrow and Umatilla Counties. I subscribe to Statement No. 1. Ralph Folsom (Present Incumbent) REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR COUNTY CORONER At election to be held June 1, 1901. C. A. Barrett (Present Incumbent) REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR REPRESENTATIVE. At election to be held June 1, 1918. C. P. Strain (Present Incumbent) DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR At election to be held June 1. 1908. The Brewery Depot SALOON Main Street Paul Hemmelgarn, Prop. Invites all his friends to call for a glass of the best beer la town. A cool, orderly stopping place for men. Wines, Liquors, Cigars and Mixed Drinks. The Office ' Alfred Schneiter, Prop. Main Street The place to get a glass of Betz Beer Wines, Liquors and Union Made Cigars Courteous Treatment Pendleton - - Oregon FOlEYSnKETIAIl