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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OKEGON, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1908.
(EIGHT PAGES. I! The Best Soda Ice Cream and all Fountain Drinks at the coolest store in town THE Pendleton DRUG COMPANY Large Qyantity of the Famous Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. Also.fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice A Cold Storag Company. 'Phone Main 178. LARGEST FACILITIES IN THE WEST FOR THE PRODUCTION OF HIGH GRADE WORK laT(S At LOW At laSTHH ROVSCI ! GROUND BONE FOR CIUCKENS. Also Fine Fresh Meats Delivered Promptly at Reasonable Prices. EMPIRE MEAT CO. 'Phone Main 18. a Lice ! Lice ! I Kill them with Lee's Lice Killer COLESWOrVTHY'S got it. At. the Feed Store 127-129 E. Alta I Hotel Helix HELIX, ORECON Mrs. F. Myers has resumed tho management anil cordially solicits your patronage. REST OF SERVICE FIRST CliASS MEALS RATES REASONABLE TRAVELING TRADE A SPECIALTY. t Our Specialty is the Family Trade X We are fully prepared to fur nish you the beat of lard, sau sages and fresh, smoked or cured meats and fish each day, Central Meat .Market i Carney & Tweedy, TELEPHONE MAIN S3. 'Phone Main S16. THORNTON .MUSIC CO til Main Street HIGH GRADE PIANOS and ORGANS Columbia, Edison and Victor Talk Irg Machines, Records, Cabinet and Musical Merchandise. Rock Spring Co-al tWmmm I IN ONE OK MANY COLORS tfJL I 8 FOREST FIRES COST The terrible work of tho flames which baa burned over and destroy, ed hundreds of thousands of acres of timber and property to the valuo of millions In the Lake Mates,- recalls to memory other great forest fires which have attained KMorlc Import a nee. One of the earliest of these was the great Mlramlehl fire of 1825. It be gan Its greatest dstruetlon about 1 o'clock In tho afternoon of October 7 of that year, at a place about 60 miles above the town of Newcastle, on the Mlramlehl river, In New IiruiiHWlck. Rcfore 10 o'clock fit night it was 20 miles below Newcas tle. In nine hours it had destroyed a belt of forest 80 miles long and 25 miles wide. Over more than two and a half million acres, almost every living thing was killed. Even the fish were afterwards found dead In htaps on the river banks. Five hun dred and ninety buildings were burn ed, and a number of towns, Including Newcastle, Chatham and Douglas town, were destroyed. One hundred and sixty persons perished, and near ly a thousand head of stock. The long from the Mlramlehl fire Is esti mated at $300,000, not Including the value of the limber. The I'eshtigo fire of October 1871, was still more severe than the Ml ramlehl. It covered an area of more than 2000 square miles in Wisconsin and Involved a loss In timber and other property of many millions of dollars. Between 1200 and 1500 per sons perished, Including nearly half the population of I'eshtigo, at that time a town of 2000 Inhabitants. Other SALOME DANC E IS FAD OF EASTERN CITIES. It has been less than a year since llitle Miss Maud Allen, an American girl, hit upon the Idea of performing a "Salome" dance as an entertain ment separate from either the Wilde or the famous Strauss operas. Miss Allen selected London for her field : operation. Site burst upon the old city In an Egyptian dance and the world began to hear nn.i to talk about her and about "Salome." Now we hear of several who have Imitat ed her and who are meeting with the same success in America. These Include Gertrude Hoffman, who Is now at Hammersteln's; Ui Sylph, an other, Is now doing the dance at Keith & Proctor's. In the Mimic World, which Is now at the Casino, Iitla Fans Is adding to her laurels by giving the Maud Allen version of the dance. So great Is the craze for this latest European fad that Eva Tanguay Is now giving a version of "Salom" in her vaudeville sketch. Margaret Taylor, w ho won In r first ri cognition as a dancer In London, Is another who has gone "Salome" mad and she will be seen as "Sa lome' In "Coming Thro1 th Rye." Iji Pelle Zola, a little dancer hereto fore unheard of, procured a few strips of gauze and a dozen or so strings of bends, which constituted the reg ulation "Salome" costume, and se cured an engagement at one of the popular priced houses In New York and leaped Into fame the first night. Her services are now sought after by many other theatrical managers. How b rig this craze will last, there is no telling. The Merry Widow hats, the .Soul Kiss and the Waltz Dream dance have been lost sight of by the Inrush of this Oriental fad. Tile costumes worn by the many "Salome" dancers differ very mater ially. One critic raid that a few la ads and a little more gauze might be worn by Lotta Kau-i and not de tiact from the Oriental atmosphere of the dance. The pre. agent says that the costume worn by Miss Tay lor differs more from the regulation costume an dconslsts of fleshings. ai ils upon yards of gauze, beads arid Instead of dancing barefooted, she wears sandals. In speaking of Mhs Taylor's per formance the Toledo Times has this to say: "Miss Tabr's performance differs from the original London dance Inasmuch as she wears t'ghts and randals. The Oriental costume, together with that fantastic dance about the head of John tht Baptist, that dance which terminated with the grewsonie kiss and swoon so. hor rible and artistically portrayed In Oscar Wilde's play, Is Indeed a won derful and thrilling spectacle and tho grace with which Miss Taylor per ferins lt emphasizes Its classic beau ty. So If you are one of those an ticipating a shock this week, you will be disappointed, for this Is one that Isn't a shock. Rut It Is beautiful, and it Is art." The story of Salome Is a sad one, as everyone knows. Salome was the daughter of the wife of King Herod. At his birthday feast she was asked to dance. So pleased was he at the art she displayed that he promised to grant her the choice of any gift within his power. Having no per sonal wish, she consulted her mother, Ilerodias. The royal lady caused her to ask for the head of John the Bap tist, who was lying In prison. Herod at first expostulated, but he had given his word and he compiled with the young lady's wishes. The king at once dispatched one of his guardsmen to the prison with the order to bring to him the head of John the Baptist. The orders of the king were promptly carried out and the head presented to Salome on a charger. As soon as Salome caught sight of the head she realized for the first time the gravity of her demand. As she looked at the head the dead eyes seemed to follow her In all her move ments and she was seized with ter ror and remorse and fainted. It Is this tragic picture which has set two continents wild with excite ment. It attracts by Its gruesome nees as well as grace and beauty of poetic motion to strains of Oriental, dreamy music. NJIHili MILLIONS fires of about the same time were most destructive In Michigan. A strip about 40 miles wide and 180 miles long, extending across tho cen tral part of the state, from Lake Michigan to Lake Huron, was devas tated. The estimated loss In timber was about 4,000,000 feet board meas ure, and In money over $10,000,000. several hundred persons perlHhed. In the early part of September, 1881, great fires covered more than 1800 square miles In various parts of Michigan. The estimated loss In property, In adilltlon to many hun dred thousand acres of valuable tim ber, was more than $2,800,000. Over 5000 persons were made destitute, and the number of lives lost Is vari ously estimated at from 150 to 500. The most destructive fire of more recent years was that which started mar Hinckley, Minn., September 1, 1S94. While the area burned over was less than In sme other great fires, the loss of life and property was very heavy. Hinckley and six ether towns were destroyed, about 500 lives lost, more than iOOO per sons were left destitute, and the es timated loss In property of various Hnds was $25,000,000. Except for the heroic conduct of locomotive en. glneers and other railroad men the loss of life would have been much greater. This fire was all the more deplora ble because It was wholly unneces sary. For many days before the high wind came and drove It Into uncon trollable fury, It was burning slowly close to the town of HInkley, and could have been put out. ' And until a new craze is found to take Its place, the "Salome" dance will continue to monopolize the at tention of theater-goers and lovers of art, for It Is truly a work of art. We are fortunate In being able to Judge for ourselves a dance that ' has so captivated the public that one can not pick up a paper or magazine without reading something about It. There will likely be a general pol ishing up of opera glasses when j "Coming Thro the Rye" Is presented, j for there are probably as many fol lowers of art In this city as elsewhere. Manager Mitchell is very fortunate in securing so strong an attraction. It will be at the New Oregon October 1. Passed Examination Successfully. James Donahue, New Britain, Conn., writes: "I tried several kid ney remedies, and was treated by our best pryslclans for diabetes, but did not Improve until I took Foley's Kid ney Remedy. After the second bot tle I showed Improvement, and five bottles cured me completely. I have since passed a rigid examination for life Insurance." Foley's Kidney Rem edy cures backache and all forms of kidney and bladder trouble. Pendle ton Drug comany. HANKERS COME WEST TO DENVER CONVENTION New York. Sept. 24 A veritable palace train deluxe, with every lux ury and convenience for passengers, will leave New York for Denver to morrow carrying the metropolitan delegates to the convention of the American Bankers' association. Some of the best known financiers of this city and the east will take part in the Junket. In addition to participating In the sessions of the bankers' convention in Denver, the easterners will take advantage of the opportunity to make an extended tour of t lie scenic sections of Colorado. Will Interest Many. Every person should know that good health Is Impossible If the kid neys are deranged. Foley's Kidney itemeciy will cure kidney and bladder disease In every form, and will build tip and strengthen these organs sf they will perform their functions properly. No danger of Brlght's dls ease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney Remedy Is taken in time. Pendleton Drug Co. New Jersey Ci. O. P. Trenton. N. J, Sept. 24. Twelve presidential elector will be nominated at the New Jersey republican state convention, which will convene In the Taylor opera house at noon tomorrow. The convention will consist of 973 delegates. The democratic state con vention will he held here next Mon day. When Trifles Reconio Troubles. If any person suspects that theii kidneys are deranged they should tak Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and not risk having Bright'? disease or diabetes. Delay gives the disease a stronger foothold and you should no delay taking Foley's Kidney Remedy Pendleton Drug Co. (iottei'dainniening pi Purls. Paris, Sept. 24 Wngner's "Gotter dammerung" will be hoard for the first time nt the Paris Opera tomor lom night, when one of the most magnificent performances of the op era ever arranged will be presented for the delectation of French admlr crs of the gYeat German composer. Quick Relief for Axhinn Sufferers. Foley's Honey and Tar affords Im mediate relief to asthma sufferers In the worst stakes and If taken In time will effect a cure. Pendleton Drug Co. Every Woman Interested ami f houlii know about tho wonaernil Marvel wrlln uoucne vrotr drnciriat for l If Im riniiut aupiur h- MA1VI I., m-i'iM.t no 'mr, lint rml ntnmp f r Won. r:inl Imiik pimtiM. 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DENTISTS. E. A. MANN, DENTIST, OFFICE Main street, next to Commercial association rooms. Office 'phone, black 3421; residence phone red 3851. RALPH C. SWINBURNE. DENTIST. Room 17 Judd Building. 'Phone black 3981. DR. M. S. KERN, DENTAL SUR geon. Office, room 15, Judd build-i Ing. 'Phone red 3301, VAUGHAN BROS.. DENTISTS, OF flce In Judd building. "Phone red 1411. DR. LLOYD D. IDLEMAN, DENTIST. Sundays and holidays by appoint ment. Schmidt building, Pendleton, Ore., 'Phone Main 523. Office hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. ATTORNEYS. JAMES A. FEE, Judd building. LAW OFFICE IN CARTER & SMYTHE. ATTORNEYS at law. Office In Savings Bank building. JAMES B. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT Law. Office over Taylor's hard ware store. LOWELL & WINTER. ATTORNEYS and counsellors at law. Office In Despain building. GEORGE W. COUTTS, LATE COUN ty attorney from Idaho. Civil and criminal law. Estates settled, wills, deeds, mortgages and contracts drawn. Collections made. Room 17, Schmidt block. 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Drop In of an evening and get a hot bowl of noodles. Alta street, back of Tall man's. SLOM KEE, CHINESE LAUNDRY; family washing; work done by hand; mending free; goods called for and delivered; 408 East Court street LET ELECTRICITY DO YOUR work It's clean, reliable and con venient. Electric Sad Irons, guaran teed. $5.25. Electric Hot Water and Curling Iron Heaters, Electric Coffee Percolators, etc. A complete stock of Gas and Electric Fixtures. First-class wiring of homes, etc. J. L. Vaughan, 122 W, Court street. CHIMNEY SWEEPS. SAVE YOUR PROPERTY FROM loss by fire by keeping the chim neys clean. I. C. Snyder, 'phone red 2711, will guarantee you first-class work. i INSURANCE AND LAND BUSINESS HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO., MAKES ; reliable abstracts of title to all lands j In Umatilla county. Loans on city I and farm property. Buys and sells l all kinds of real estate. Does a gen j era! brokerage business. Pays taxes land makes Investments for non-residents. References, any bank In Pen dleton. 1 JAMES JOHNS, Pres. i W. S. HENNINGER, Vice-Pres. I C. H. MARSH, Sec. i jj. M. RENTLEY REPRESENTS THE oldest and most reliable fire and t accident Insurance companies. Office ! with Hartman Abstract Co. FRATERNAL ORDERS. PENDLETON CHAPTER No. 25 meets second and fourth Frldaj evenings in regular convocation, a: Masonic hall. tL PENDLETON LODGE N. B2, A Xjf F. and A. M., meets the first and third Mondays of each month. All visiting brethren are In vited. VETERINARY SURGEONS. DR. J. A. DONAGHUE, V. S., VET- ' erinary Surgeon and Dentist. Orad- I uate of Ontario Veterinary College. I Office 120 W. Court St. 'Phone Main j 20; residence "phone Main 27. PR. D. C. M'NABB, LOCAL STATE Stock Inspector and member State Veterinary Board. Office Tallman's drug store. Res. 'phone Main 59. LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. CITY LIVERY STABLE, THOMPSON street, Carney & Kennedy, Props Livery, feed and sale stable. Good riga at all times. Cab line In connec tion. 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