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MIT' nIVIIi iff iMtMHfe. fyt Will1-- EIGHT PAGES. DAILY EAST OHKCOMAN, TENDLETOX, OREGON', THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1008. PAGE THREE. HOBSON KISSES LURE WIFE AWAY ItOTlI MAUHIED, THEY I R AX KLY ACKXOWXEDGIi Young Mini Claiming to lie OoiiHln of Merrlimic Horo Eloites from Washington with Sympathetic Wo mini He I AitchUxI In New York for emlM'zzlciitciit. Edward M. Hobsoii, who nays he Is a couHln of Congressman Klchmond Pearson HobHon of Alabama, seems to have the kitting habit, too, nays the New York World. , Mr. Hcib.son's bsrulatory affinity, It appears, Is Mrs. Nellie Kyle, a very pretty young blonde It does not flat ter her to say she looks like a com poslt picture of Sylvia Thorne and Edna May. Unluckily Mm. Kylo has a hus band In Washington, Raymond Kyle, an engraver In government employ; and Hobson, a clean cut, well dress ed fellow of 23 years; has a wife and two children. These bstacles both Mrs. Kylo and Hobson frankly acknowledged yester day stand In the way of their perfect happiness. Nevertheless, Mrs. Kyle, clasping her hands over the corsage of l.er pink komono, exclaimed with fervor last night: "Nothing shall separate me from Mr. Hobson. If ho Is dragged back to Washington, I shall go too. Happy Until Sleuths Came. In fact, Mrs Kyle seemed com pletely Hobsonlzed. Mrs. Kyle alone went to a boarding bouse, No. 312 West Twen ty. second street, on Sunday, and en gaged two rooms, saying her hus band, Mr. Kyle, would bo along In a day or two. And, as she foretold, noon nppeareil Hobson, who lives et No. 2414 O street, and who has been th Washington agent of the New York Horse Insurance company, whose New York office Is at No. 110 West Twenty-fourth street. 'Mr. and Mrs. Kyle" appeared to be very happy Indeed until early yes terday morning. Then rudely Intrud ed on them Lieut. Stlnson Mclvor and Connie O'Ponncll of the central office. Mrs Kyle met the detectives at the dour of tier room and vigorously pro tested th;tl she was alone. I!ut Mc lvor and O'Ponnell found a man hid den tinder the bed In an adjoining room, surely an Inglorious position for a kinsman of him who sunk the Mei riniac In the mouth of Santiago's harbor. After some parley the man admit ted thnt he was Hobson, not Kyle. The detectives told him that Chief of Police Sylvester of Washington had wired lie was "wanted" on a charge of embezzlement and the t he must go to police headquarters. TrnniMMl-tip (liargp, He Say On the way to police headquarters Hobson, rather agitated, talked about another man being In much deeper trouble than he was In Washington, loiter Hobson was arraigned before Magistrate Corrlgan In the Tombs court, charged with embezzlement, the brief affidavit being attached to Cbl f Sylvester's telegram. Il did not develop what the ch.frge is nor who makes It, nor did Hobson make any statement to the court, but, having changed his tune about the other man In Washington, he said to the newspaper men: "They don't want mo for embez zlement In Washington nor any place else. The charge Is only trumped up to get me back to Washington. I nm sorry to say that I ran away from there with n beautiful woman. She Is married and so nm I. nut"-rwlth a sigh "we could not help It. Some people we left behind want to prose cute me, that's all The lovely wo man with whom I eloped Is here In New York. I'm sorry for her." Magistrate Corrlgan held Hobson In $50(1 ball to await a requisition from Washington, and he was taken to police headquarters. Mrs. Kylo was not In court She willingly received a World reporter at the boarding house last evening. He had asked for "Mrs. Hobson." Serious Affair, Kays Woman. "I wl-di It understood distinctly that I am not Mrs. Hobson," she said, with emphasis. "I am Mrs. Kyle, Mrs. Raymond Kyle. I have a husband In Washington, but I have been separated from' hlnl for several months." "And Mr. Hobson Is asked her visitor. "Yes," she said Intensely. "Who brought this charge against him?" "Any charge of embczlement Is ab surd," returned Mrs, Kyle. "And any charge against Edward against Mr. Hobson has been Instituted by Mrs. Hobson" this mot scornfully. "I wist to say," Mrs. Kyle contin ued on her own Inltlntlve, "that I nm Intensely Indignant with a reporter who writes falsely that I seem to be distressed only because 'my lark has been disturbed.' This Is not a 'lark.' " she exclaimed, clasping her slender hands; "this is the most ser ious, the most momentous affair of my life." U. S. TROOPS TO PATROL THE RIO GRAXRE BORDER, , Undo Sam's Bayonets Will Interfere with Free Movements; of Plotters Agalnut Mexico. A double line of bristling bayonets Is to be established along the Rio Grande, to the end tha the free movement of persons plotting against the pence and dignity of President Diaz's government across that stream may be brought to an end, says a dispatch from Washington. Ambas sador Creel called at the state de partment today to say that Mexico has already established eleven army posts at as many crossing places, and Intends establishing more. President Roosevelt !s taking such a deep Interest in the reports of raids from Texas that he has suggested to the department of Justice that more speclul assistants to the attorney gen eral be hired, all with a view to look ing Into the question as to whether Mexicans suspected of plotting against Mexico while living In Texas can be extradited. The extradition treaty forbids the surrender of men accused of political offenses. The question to bo answered by the pro posed additions to Mr. Uonapartc's staff Is as to whether what they are suspected of doing are political of fenses or otherwise AMEIUCAX WORKMEN this week, the Hub will entertain ARE BETTER OFF. another national gathering next week. when the American Federation of High fStundurd of Living Is . N Catholic societies will assemble In annual session. Delegates and offl- the high standard of living , ,,. . .U A . 1 I" "!"- " ance , The first session will be held on Sunday morning, when pontlflclal high mass will be celebrated and Wrong, Says Bureau of Labor. Is adopted by the American workman a mistake? Would ho be happier with the con ditlons that surround the English or ArcnblHnf)p o'Connell will preach. the German laborer? The principal address win be deliver- Cured Hay Fever and Slimmer Cold. A. S. Ncsbaum, Batcsville, Indiana, writes: "Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so dis tressing that it interfered with my business. I had many of the symp toms of hay fever ,and a doctor's pre scription did not reach my case, and I took several medicines which only seemed to aggravate it. Fortunately, I Insisted upon having Foley's Honey and Tar. It quickly cured me. My wife has. since used Foley's Honey and Tar with the same success. Pendleton Drug Company. The bureau of labor answers these C(1 by Dr Xnomaf, Dw,Bnt of Harvard questions In the negative, Its reply on .,Cnurch and Srf.nce... being based on reports of investlga- Hons into the cost of living in the United States, Germany and England, Just made by the respective govern ments. The bureau lays emphasis upon the food thnt the American eats, Attention, Asthma Sufferers. F"'-y's Honey and Tar will give Immediate relief to asthma sufferers and has cured many eases that had Th refused to yield to other treatment. . u. . .v. i t Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best tablo of the American workman Is ' . ' . . abundantly supplied and with ' . , ,,,,, UiiUttl niiu lung 1 1 u u u i viH'Uii.i iiu harmful drugs. Pendleton Drug Company. more far greater variety, It Is declared, than either the German or the En glish. The. food of the American workman costs more, but his table does not require nearly so large a wage percentage as that of the En glishman or the German. Another Joy that the American la Pearson to Invade Canada. London, Aug. 6. It Is stated on good authority that C. Arthur Pear son, the London newspaper and mag azine magnate, who owns a string of newspapers In England, has decided to Invade Canada. He. will establish newspapers In several of the large cities of the dominion, and If success ful may enter the newspaper field In the United States. How to Avoid ApiK-mllclils. Most victims of appendlclties are those who arc habitually constipated. Foley's Orlno Laxative cures chronic constipation by stimulating the liver and. bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels. Foley's Orlno LYxatlvo loes not nauseate or gripe and Is mild nnd pleasant to take. Refuse substitutes. Pendleton Drug Company. Novel Ciiinpaliai Idea. Richmond, Ind., Aug. 6. Sixty three men, In brilliant uniforms, trained to march In four Irregular .1 clinti whlrVl urif.ll on thnt oil mn. borer Is able to experience by rond tne name T-A-F-T, Is the idea standard of living Is that of keeping nf c.iptaln pau, Comrtopk of th II in lit limy lUBUiuui . Diaunm-u ouwn Hint the family of the American Iiv- flty. This novel marching organiza- trn wl!l nliiv n TirAnilnftnf rirtrk In Ing at home Is larger than that of thejtn(l Taft (1(.monKtrat,ons ,n Indlana German or the Englishman. Thejdup,ng t,,e campH!(fn and ,t , expect. American ...uua...... a,c. : p(J 0 attrfK.t mu,.h attenlion. As slightly more tnan rive persons, wnn three children to a family living at home. ,A comparison of the cost of living, r there are no curved letters In the can didate's name, the formation Is com paratively easy. shows that the credit the Englishmen have been given for generations of; being the greatest beef-eaters on the globe Is unwarranted. The American worklngm.-in and his family eat much more meat than the English. The reports Indicate that the posi tion of the English worklngman Is more fortunate, In regard to wages, rental and food than the German, but that In "11 these particulars the honors go to the American Million Dollar f.oir Links Port Arthur. Tex., Aug. 6. Golf links with a club house and other im provements will be constructed at a cost of nearly a million dollars at the home of John W. Cat.s. Wmk has commenced on the magnificent tract of 750 acres, purchased for the purpose by Gates for $100,000. Con struction of the links nnd club house will follow plans derived from a study of the best links In Europe. No one Is Immune from kidney trouble, so Just remember that Foley's Kidney Remedy will stop the Irregu larities nnd cure nny ca.'e of kidney or bladder troubles thnt Is not beyond the reach of medicine. Pendleton Plug Company. Ills Catholic Convention. Boston, Aug 6. Following the convention of the Knights of Pythias MY Pl'RE DRINKS MAY SAVE YOU A SICK SPELL. Near Beer 24 Bottles to the case, $1.25 per case. Only Soda Water All flavors, 24 bottles to the case, only $1.00 per case. Delivered to nny part of the city. John Gagen Eagle Bldg. Phone Main 550. I NORTH BEACH Invites Invigorates Infatuates. Nature's lavish hand endowed North Beach with every attraction as a place of rest, rejuvlnatlon and recreation. North Beach Is a stretch of beautiful woodland dropping gently Into the "Pacific" and skirted by 20 miles of smooth, sandy beach delightful for bathing. Buy a ticket over The O. K. N. taking the Steamer "T. J. POTTER." down the river from Portland. Mingle with the gny care-free throng, whilst sweet nature re builds worn tissues and renews life, energy and vitality. The round-trip season rate frcm Pendleton is $13.15 "Outings in Oregon" contains the story of "North Beach" including hotel rates, etc. Ask F. J. QUINLAN, Local Agent, Pendleton, Ore. or write Wm. VIcMURJIAY General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon. 1 Byers' Best Flour Is) made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread Is assur ed when DYERS' IJEST FLOUR Is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Rarley always on hand. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. 8. BYERS, Proprietor. i f mnrrled?" A lioon to Elderly Teoplc. ' Most elderly people have some kid ney or bladder disorder that Is both pnlnful and dangerous. Foieys Kid ney Remedy has proven a boon to mcny elderly people, as It stimulates the urinary organs, corrects Irregu larities and tones up the whole sys tem. Commence taking Foley's Kid ney Remedy nt once and be vigorous. Pendleton Prug Company. Revival of Plumed Knights. York, Pa., Aug. 6. Memories of James C,. Blaine, the "plumed knight " nnd of Robert Ingersoll, who gave h'fi the sobriquet, are recalled as the result of the famous York marching club, the "Plumed Knights," which took a prominent part In the Blaine campaign In 18S4. The reorganized club, under the same name, will march for Taft and Pher-j man this year. j Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure' any case of kidney or bladder trou-1 ble that Is not beyond the reach or j medicine. No medicine can do more. ; Pendleton Prug Company. Doorcase In Ponth Rate. Philadelphia. Aug 6. A decrease In the death rate from tuberculosis of 15 per cent Is reported by the de partment of public henlth In this city. as compared with similar periods last yenr. It Is believed that the lower mortality rate Is due to the educa tional campaign against the "white plngue" which Is now being carried on In Philadelphia. Year's Subscription to the AMERICAN SOY will be given absolutely free to any boy securing subscriptions to the Daily East Oregonian, delivered by carrier There are many Imitations of To- i Witt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve, j but Just one original. Sold by Tall- j man & Co. j Harris I'nder Arrest. Fred. L. Harris, proprietor of the flrnndvlev. Press, has been arrested nt Seattle on the charge of cfbtalnlng money on a worthless check, and has been brought to the county Jail at North Yakima. Chicago Is known as the "Windy ('ity." which may explain the adop tion of a pneumatic platform a few days ago. 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