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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, rEVDLETON, OREGON, SATl'llDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1908.
tXHrtlTEEN PAGES. histouic bkuktiiokx IS MONOPOLY" Sl'lUKlT Most lrWi llliukttioins Now Aiv lm jhiiknI from AiihtIi-h Kotil Tlilns U hurcc n llh Oulil Soil lnll, 'Olllt! Iiii t'onmvlimt Mctlioil of lYiymrulioii sliilh'lali U ln lunil ' Nailoniil Wtwpoti. TAGfi SIX. IRISH JEWS FORM SUEUR TRUST Si ;6 Sliadis of Si. P.it! i. k! Tiny say that blackthorn stlvks aiv i-.uw tiowti in Amciua ami snippou t t,i lr- lanil. Inn' thoy are sold on l ne quay at Ju. i nstow ii as tho K''ii nino Ir.sh artii'lo. says tho Tribune. Wisli.i Kia m.ii'hrt'i', ilil you over think it uouM oomo to this? I'.iii.'p s,.i uv.iiit Maurii c Crotty. who n ' in ix- i vt su-nlay from a six week's j is t t the Kmeiahl isle, is respon-j sible for th.- statement that oounter- , fvit sl-.illt labs are sbl exteiwviely ii (jii.'.!is!" n aii'l "lnr liish cities. He; i,r.iiii;li! half a lo7. n blaektlioi ns baek j with him. but to make sure that t!iey u.-ro the i. al article he cut them j himself in the Oral 'owe woods. Toun-I ty Clare ' "Marv a mm in t-'hicaso," slid I the serseant. "who thinks he is oar-j i vine an Irish bl icktlio-n is In real- j ity lugclng around a sti. k that was crown riclu here in i'oik county, j Tbce.isainN Upon thousands ol these coiiiiterfcit blackthorns are sold an nually in Iceland. I't incipally at the quay in Queenstown. "The penuine blai kthorne is a scarce article in Ireland on account of the great quantity that has been cut in recent years. In Limerick, my na tive county. I was told that a syndi cate of Jews invaded that part of Ire land a few years ago and bought up tvery blackthorn in sight. The bush es were clipped bare. This also was true of Kerry, Clare, Tipperary. and, In fact, in every county in Ireland where the blackthorn flourished the syndicate, or trust, brought up every- t V V J 1 7 ' ' ; V: -i i miss (.r.i;(.i iii;ri:u. WHO A m:xt PIM'AUS w i :i :k. at Tin: xf.w oki:.ox (il.OIUil V IIAIU'Ki:. C'liaimiii!; Actios Will Produce Quo Viuli Horc Xi-xt Wifk. Seinkiew icz's Quf) Vadis. one of the most widely read novels of later j years, which was translated Jmra j Polish and dramatized into a play of much magnitude, will be one of the I feature productions in the repertoire j of Georgia Harper during her en I tagemeiit here in the city next week thing in tne shaye or a sniuan. i . ,n ;, ,w (i,-, ,.,M1 Th.unds. yes, millions, of black- Tne st,,IV ,,.i ,tes the In.-idents dur- tnorns were brought to America by Jnc ttu. t iirluUiit times of Nero's' toui-i.iis in tne last u-w years, ana now ni).n Thl, tnio-idu re is of course there is a famine, if you wanfto call, ,. ,., .llhi ,inius ,,ut some forceful it that, in the blackthorn industry. ! .tti.I dramatic h.uactei s. Lygia. the 'Anybody who is at all w ise w ill j ,.!,.;,, :1 rharacter of the story not buy a so-called blackthorn from J ( tVi;K h is a love story gives Miss the pedlers on the doek at Queens- j ji;u.,.r iimple opportunities and Is town. niu nngiu get uie genuine ai- .. vvi,ieh she has made success. tide, but you run a chance of getting a stick that was grown in Connecti cut, the home of wooden nutmegs and basswool hams. "People in Ireland who are onto the game told me that shiploads of these counterfeit blackthorns are brought from America every year. They are shipped over In gunny sacks and. on arrival in Queenstown, they are taken to the shillelah factory t one l!l I I. vela is the daughter of an old j warrior who dies and leaves her In the care of friends who are devoted Christians, she grows up to woman hood and meets Marcus Vincinius. a soldier who js in love with ln r. AUout that time a great religious war takes place between Xero anil the Chris tians. Nero swears death to all who believe in an Almighty power. Chris- iti.ms are murdered by the thousands, where expert workmen make them Xero's followers set fire to Home In Into blackthorns that defy detection. I ).,.,. ,,f , jdding themselves of their "The wood is stained to the proper j ,,,.,;, .s. I.ygia, who displeases Xero shade and the ferrule is put. on the llV n.r faith is imprisoned and after genuine old country ferrule and I'm I waI-d-- tied to the horns of a maddened told when the stick is finished it would , i,,, i,ut js rescued by I'rsus the gi- foo a Connaught ranger. ant. vl.' p-stons hep to Vincinius, "When I came to Queenstown to .,,. is t n.l.-.l and the Christians take the ship for New York I carrie.l I ,,.;., ,h. .r u dethroned and hi! prominent Texans are here at the op ening, and many distinguished Mexi can offii la Is will attend the fair at va rious times. As San Antono is a great center of the cattle Industry, the exhibits In the live stock department are natural ly among the most Important features 'of the fair. Two score big barns are filled wlthj displays of bovlnes which speak well for the improvement In breeds made in the last few years by the cattle m. ii of the Southwest Texas range. The speed program is the most ex tensive ever arranged for the Inter national fair and nearly a thousand hors.-s from all over the country will j race for Hie jin.uioi in purses nung no by ti e association. With agreeable weather conditions, it Is practically certain 'hat the attendance at the fair will break all previous records. Talk To Your Neighbors About Alberta! W. P. Temple of Pendleton says it will be the granary of the world in a few years. Lowdl Rogers of Adams says he has seen bumper crops harvested in Alberta every year. There has never been a failure. Dave Cargill formerly of Pendleton is this year harvesting 54 bushels of winter wheat in central Alberta. j. F. Lacombe formerly of Pendleton is harvesting 38 bushels per acre and is paying for his land on the Canadian Pacific tract with this year's crop. The Canadian Pacific Railroad is not dickering in real estate. It has a 3,000,000 acre tract which it is offering to show you at $ 1 2, $ 1 5 and $ 1 8 per acre on eight years time at six per cent. You can s te the crops growing, talk to your old neighbors and judge the land for yourself. The company will contract to break the sod, seed it, fence it and harvest it for you and will see you through. The railroad company wants the products and the traffic, and it is the last chance on the American continent to get a big tract of GOOD LAND CHEAP. JONATHAN JOHNSTON, Agent Canadian Pacific Railroad Land Bowman Hotel Pas"l i:amination Successfully, James Ponahue, New Britain, Conn., writes: "I tried several kid ney remedies, and was treated by our best nryslcians 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. the blackthorns with me that I had rut at Cratlowe. They were as fine as ever came out of CJarryowen. "'Where did you get them?" asked one of the pedlers on the wharf. "I answered him in C.aelic that i cut them mystif to be sure that they w-re not bogus. " 'Th' divil a wan in America can tell,' says he, 'whether they i meets ; It is I pel tiy t ; V r.Iers I just punishment. . .-Pong, dramatic s 1.1 by one "T the f his time. ory, ex-greatest from Conn.' ' Carryowen or Waterbury Xli-s Ha '-p.-r will be supported bv Joseph r- trick and n company made up of some of the b st talent In tho profession. I Cither plays to be presented by Miss camel Harper will be ".Veil Owvnn." "Tril by." "Lady Mr. Hii'le,' tie Min of Quality," "Mysterious "Camille" and "The Lit er. JIM JKmilKS I WTHKK i Ti:vF.i.i.; evangelist! intekxatioxal run OPENS AT SAX AXTOXIO Los Angeles, Cal , Sept. 26. While Jim Jeffries has retired from the prize ring to the life of the saloon, his father, the clerpyman, keeps deliv ering blows at sin. Alexis C. Jeffries 'looks like one of the 12 apostles and acts like one. He has made three world tours without a dollar in his pocket, never taking thought of to morrow, but believing that the Lord will provide. Now he contemplates a San Antonio. Tex.. Sept. 21. With the openlnir today of the International fair, the Alamo city becomes the meetinir til. ice of two nations, and during the next 13 days thousands of visitors from all over the T'nlted States and Mexico will pass through the nates ef the big fair. The inauirural of the annual expo sition marks he beginning of the fourth, to war on the sins of EuropqM"i ist season for the Lone Star rne particularly. ) I tropolls, and this year the cosmopoll- "Maybe 1 shall not return," he said!''1" resort of the southwest will like when seen at the old Jeffries home- 'y b" called upon to entertain more stead here, where his son. the erst-1 visitors than ever before. U'Vtlla f.ti!.mr.lr.n lfi-.a "Vr... L,.n. T live entirely by faith, take no thought r of the morrow, go and come as 1 ' please, and trust In the Ixird to pro-; vide. The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away, so why should I bother' to feed myself?" I Mr. Jeffries' pious words came un-' fa'teringly. He gesticulated vigorous- j ly when lashing the sins and follies of mankind and seems filled with n. zeal like that of St. Paul. He was asked If In his travels he found a I perfect man. "No, no!" he exclaimed vigorously.; "There Is no such thing as yet. I; home you get my thought. There Is ( no perfect man as yet." Reminded that he once owned HiO acres within the city limits of Los Angeles, he said: I "Not a dollar of it Is mine. I gave that stuff away .and went on my( travels 1 live entirely by faith and; never have been deserted by the Lord. He has written a book which he: calls "The Last Message to a Lost ' World," which he Intends to circulate wildly In Europe In the hope that It will win people from sin. He says that In order to write It he fasted 1 1 j days, "because it is by purification j and fasting that all utterances that ' vlll live have been Inspired." ! Governor Campbell and other ft in St. Paul. St. Paul. Minn., Sept. 26. William H. Taft began his invasion of the Twin Cities today and will make speeches in both St. Paul and Minne apolis. Tomorrow he will spend In Minneapolis, resting from the fa tigues of his campaigning of the last tniee das. Next week he will tour me Ij.ikotas Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas tun! Colorado. Foley's Orino Laxative is a new rmedy, an Improvement on the lax atives of former years, as it does not gripe or nauseate and Is pleasant to t.ke. It Is guaranteed. Pendleton Iirug Co. To Save tlio Children. Oakland, Cal., Sept. 26. To save wayward children Is one of the prin cipal objects of the California con ference of Charities and Corrections, which will convene In annual session hero tomorrow evening. Monday's session will be devoted to a discussion of the problems presented by Juve nile courts. A tuberculosis confer ence will be held Wednesday. If you are ' a sufferer from piles ManZan Pile Remedy will bring re lief with the first application. Guar anteed. Price 50c- A. C. Koeppen & Bros. King's Little Liver Pills for bilious-j nem. sick headache. They keep youi well. A. C. Kieppen & Bros. p. nwiram o f 1 1 iafgei im sTooesiiow CDUCSTIelNAI tt!ft fr'f iv i i I'virr n vr. rni.ri.i irrii i w iiiunvj MM Hearst Ticket. New Yolk. Sept. 26. A full state ticket will be nominated by the Inde pendence party at Its convention In Cooper Villon today. It Is understood that Reuben Ruble Lyon or Henry A. Powell will be selected for gover nor and that an entirely Independent ticket will be placed In the field against Hughes and Chunler. Nation al and state headquarters of the Hearst party have been established in the American building and an ex tensive campaign will be directed from that point. Quick Itclicf for Asthma 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. Ohio DemucratH. Mansfield, O., Sept. 26. Ruckeye state democrats are here in force to day at the big rally formally open ing the state campaign of the party. John W. Kern, democratic candidate for vice president, and Judson Har mon, candidate for governor, will be the chief orators. City Property for Sale Building lots from 1300 (o $1000 Five-room dwelling, on lot 11100.00 Two lots and dwelling, chicken fencing and house fHOO.OO Seven-room dwelling and two lota 12000.00 Five room dwelling, barn and four lota $1500.00 A home in any part of the city. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 12 E. Court St., Pendleton, Ore. Byers' Best Flour Is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread la aasor ed when BYERS' BEST FLOUR Is used. Bran, 8horts, Steam Rolled Barley always on band. PENDLETON ROLLER WILLS W. 6. BYERS, Proprietor. Third isfcrick Fair PENDLETON, OREGON Sept. 28, 29, 30, Oct. 1,2, 3. Bigger and Better Larger PremiumsoMore of Them 25 De Caprio's Concert Band 23 Many Side Shows and Attractions The Pavilion is Now Ready for Exhibits. Home Coming Week. Let's Get Acquainted. Monday, District Day Tuesday, Pioneer Day Wedn'day, Political Day Thursday, Oregon Day Friday, Educational Day Saturday, Baby Show Day Noted Speakers Every Day Meet Old Friends Face to Face FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS WRITE OUR SECRETARY. C. E. ROOSEVELT, President. THOS. FITZ GERALD, Secretary.