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DAILY EAST OHEGOXIAV, PENDLETON, OKEGON, SATI l!lAY, OCTnilKK 3, IftOK. PAGE TURKS. 0! COMMITS ;is o itMi'(;i; amid CROWD OK KPIXTATOUS Itlrtl U)H Out Two Men JU-foro I(c iii(f '4ipturcl, After Which It Ileal Ibt V.yo Out In Despair Second IUiit IKVonio- riimnmigoiihlo Af ter KtIiik lcfcu(od In Singly Iluco, A herd of racing ostriches one of which ended n wild stampede by kill' In K Itself made things lively for the crowd nt the opening day of the Queens-XuHsnu fair In Mlneola, L. I yesterday, says the New York Ameri can. Just before the ostrich races were to start. Judge Wing, blK mnlo bird who went on a mm page the other day and Injured two men, got out of his cage and made a rush towards the spectators who crowded about bis en clsure, Luckily there was a high fence between him and them.' He could not scale It, though he leaped again mid again. W. V. Ford, the bird's trainer, mid a negro helper, Jumped into the en rloNiire and tiled to cature Fleet Wing. Th" ostrich, wllh two mighty kirks, tme open Ford's leg and laid the negro low by a blow on the head. Before lie fell, however, he slipped a noose about Ffcct Wing's legs This held him. Enraged by his rapture, the giant bird beat Ills head from side to side Upon the pebbly ground. Ills frantic blows'knocked out both his ryrs and though a veterinary surgeon tried to save him, be bled to death. Scarcely was this Incident over when another ostrich caused cmmo- tlon. This was Miss Florida, who wns hitched up to a little four-wheeled sulky to race Fleet Foot, the dead bird's customary opponent. The two started around the half mile track at trotting horse speed, un til t t ry reached the first turn, where they slowed down and had to be urg ed on by yells from their drivers. Tiny hit up a good pace again, and. coming Into the stretch, Fleet Foot took a good lead. Chagrined by her defeat, apparent ly. Mis Florida ran to the Inner rail, stopped, then leaped over the fence, dragging her sulky and driver behind her. The harms broke and released ber. but the man and sulky dropped back. The driver was not hurt. Miss Florida was net a bad bird like Fieri Wing, and allowed herself to be raptured without nnv fus. Carry it fr Room to Ft Early Morning Comfort Open your sleeping-room windows let in the crisp, Iresh air but your room need not be cold while dressing a touch ol a match and the welcome heat is radiating (rom the PERFECTION Oil Heat ci (Equipped with Smokeless Device) For healing the lalh-room quickly it's a great convenience, and will make the morning dip as glorious as in the summer Now it s breaklast lime make the room cozy and cheerful vout breakfast more enjoyable and start the day without a shiver. The Auto matic omokcless Device prevents all smoke ar. l smell and makes it impossible to turn the wick t jo hitjh or too low. Cleaned in a minute burns 9 hours wilh one filling. Finished in Nickel and Japan. Every healer guaranteed. The 5i?ay&Lamp; , an be in"l n any mnir ulrid an! bf.t l"f all-roiird houunoU uk blfit improve! t Mm! Ir!t lunwr bright light it anall cost. Abwlultly ule A:: tu!y cleaned. Miite ol brio, nickel plalcj. Lvery limp warrn',J If yon cannot gel llie Rayo Lamp er Perfection Oil Healer Irorn youi dealer, wriU la oar nearest agency lor descriptive circular STANDARD OIL COMPANY (lieorporaieti) Churches (;Tinaii Fvang. Lutheran (liurcli. Services at Pendleton Sunday, Oc tober 4, at 2 p. in. nt the Presbyterian church, corner AUa and college streets. All members are cordially Invited. (Jco. L. Sprat tier, pastor. ITvsbytcrlitn Church. Corner Colli'Ke and Alta, W. I,. Van Nuys, pastor. Hlble study, with class es for all, at 10 a. m. Morning wor ship at 11. Sermon, "Where Is the Ark of tl?e Covenant To, lay?" Young People's meeting at 6:30. Evening worship nt 7:30. Sermon, "In the P.lhle Better Than Other Hooks?" The Brotherhood Hihle class for young men at the close of morning worship. Best Standard Makes of Pianos, Organs and Sewing Machines Buy from a local house which In sures you satisfaction, makes terms to suit you, carries only, standard makes and are always here to back up their sales. It costs you nothing to look over our lines. JESSE FAILING Main street, near bridge. G.VSOMNK ENGIXK IRRIGATION, SPHAYIXO AND ri'.MPIXW MACHINKRY. Fairbanks-Morse Gasoline Engines for pumping. spraying, sawing, grinding. Outfits complete. Fairbanks Scales for weighing. Fnlrbanks-Morse Dynamos and Motors for power and light. Falrbanks-Mome Windmills and Towers. Fall banks-Morse Grinders, Feed Choppers, Well Pumps. All first quality goods at lowest prices. Prompt reply to Inquiries and quick shipments. Write for cata logue and .prices. NKAGLK BROS., AGENTS, Pendleton. Oregon. FAIRBANKS, MOUSE CO. Portland. Oregon. M. E. Church. Rev. W. T. Kuster will preach both morning and evening nt the First M. K. church Sunday. In the morning his theme will be "David, the Man Afier (Jod's Own Heart, and What That Means,' 'and In the evening the subject will be "Judas Iscarlot, the Wreck Upon the Eternal Shore." Monday night there will he n regular oficlal board meeting In the lecture room of the church. Wdnesday night prayer meeting. Sabbath school at 10 a. m. Junior Lcaiguc at 3 p. m. Ep worth League at 6:30 p. m. Morning anthem, "Sweet Hour of Trayer," by Ioreng. Evening anthem, "The Sun set Shore," by Wilson. Rapt 1st Church. Raptlst church, E. Alta and John son strets, Rev. R. E. Storey, pastor, .1rt2 E. Alta street. Morning worship nt 11, with sermon by the pastor, sub ject, "Our Peace," communion serv ice. Evening service at 7:30. Gospel sermon, "The Second Piccolo." Rible school nt 10 o'clok for all. Young people's meeting at 6:3a. Praise and prayer service Wednesday evening at 7:30 subject, "Paul's Letter to Ephe sus." Strangers especially Invited to tehse services. Church of (ho Kexlemer. Sunday school will be nt 10; divine service with a celebration of the holy communion nt 11 a. m. Evening song at 7:30 p. m. Ministers Meet. Monday nt 10 o'clock the Pendleton Ministerial association will meet for Its first session after the sumer vaca tion. Rev. W. I Van Nuys will pre sent he paper of the day, the topic be ing "Is the Church Educating .Her Children?" Election of officers. R. E. STOREY, Sec. Took an Overdose. Mrs. C. C. Iithrop of Seattle was found dead In her bed at the Waldorf hotel In Seattle from nn overdose of bromide, taken to Induce sleep. s- vstssflt- BEST AND CHEAPEST For Sheep, Cattle and Hogs Kl Non--Poisonous--Contams no Coal Tar. r rJ No ingredients to injure animal or pelt. - Allowable in U.S. Government and State Official Dippings, for sheep scab. One gallon dip to 141 gallons any water, hot or cold. You only have to buy and haul 1 bbl.(50gals.) B 4 C Cresol Dip for each 7103 gallons Official Strength Dipping Solution you use. We pay the freight. We sell you the Dip -You furnish the water Gallon $1.80 Five Gallons $8.25 Bbl. 50 Gals. $75.00 gttiR BURNSC0Mpa if7 Y. 4 A t;Hi ill- ' MORE AWARDS ARE . MW.m-M ' AM1CEDT0I W0ikM w; m, : i:s or EXiintns xeai: g Mj ' I II ill cw 1 I r S I "j i ' 1 II III I t - j ! IS ' t II IS. V!'V" I i 1 ' ' il l - lif I! , . (I I ' K" i, i i! . e 1 l ii Tie FAN DTI: L Ederheimer, Stein 6c Co. HAKt.l Suits aid Overcoats ,lt IX. Only I'ui'lt Awimls As Vt-t Aniioiini' imI Morrow Coinity TnkN Irl.c fur Di-iday of Coinity lrlii'ts i Milloii I'iist In Awards to Town i MiowIuh Pilot i:Kk DNplay ;"ts Ib-erve! Honor. The Judges of the exhibits are near iiiK teh end of a week of arduous la bor and only the prizes In the fruit exhibits are as yet unannounced, I these bavins been especially heavy. The follow Inf? list Includes the awards made public this morning: (.rains mid ira-. Levi Kldrblfje of Pilot Hock, first on dozen stalks of field corn. A. A. Mann of Milton, second on display of nuts. Columbia "Land Co.. of Echo, first on alfalfa and first on alfalfa meal. F. A. Sykes of Milton, second on lolleetion of grasses. J. W, Short of Milton, first on pop ci.rn. M. O. Williams of Tilot Rock, first on best colection of grasses. J. M. Hemphill of Pilot Rock, sec ond on popcorn. Henry Hubler. first on evergreen sweet corn, yellow field corn, and sicond on white field corn. P. A. Bouncy of Echo, first on broom corn. H. W. Cne of Echo, first on nuts. Robert Chapman of Milton, second on cllow field corn. H. Khuberg of Milton, first on while field corn. Morrow- county was given the pre mium for the best district agricultu ral display. v - Ij. 1!. Zcll of Milton, second on field corn. 11. Cox of Hoppner, second on white oats. H. F. Nash of Heppner. srond on bluestem wheat. Shelly Raldwln of Heppner, first oi bluestem wheat. Fred Lucas of Heppner, first on white barley. 11. Neibnn of Heppner, first on blue barley. Hoherty Urns., first on sample of rye. J. K. Olden, first n Indian field j corn. I I'M Rrown. first on white oats. j lion R'l-o. first nn club wheat. French Uros.. first on winter wheat S. L. Carson, first on display of nuts. Milton booth, first on district agri cultural display. rilot Rock second on district agrl ( uHural display. Robert Dick of Pilot Rock c pcorn. French Uros., second on wheat. Honey. F. .1. Raringer of Echo. honey exhibit. Manufactured. .1. J. Haniley of Pendleton, first on two sets team harness, one scf car riage harness nnd saddle. Noble Tiros., of Heppner. second on saddle. R. W. Jewel t of Pendleton, first on churns. New Fall Drabs, Brown first on winter first on Kng'lnc Wows Vp: Two Injure!. George Wood and Richard Rrown were seriously nnd perhaps fatally In jured Saturday when the Oireshlng engine owned by Miles & Rrown blew up while In operation on the ranch of John Oran. nbout four miles south of Lynden. In Whatcom county, Washington. PcWItf Cnrbollsted Witch Hazel Salve Is the best salve for piles. Be sure you get DeWltt's. Sold by Tall man & Co. and Winter Patterns, Olive, own and Green, in all the latest up-to-date styles. Suits $10 to $30. Overcoats & Cravenettes $6.50 to $30 Top Coats $8.50 to $25. THE MEWS SHOP MAX BAER. Warehouses liiunisl. Two large grain warehouses at Pushey station, three miles south of Pullman, Wash., were burned to the ground early this morning with all their contents. Roth were full of grain awaiting shipment. The amount of the loss and insurance Is not yet known. Ring's Little Liver Pills for bilious ness, sick .headache. They keep you well. A. C. Kleppen A Bros. City Property for Sale Building lots from $300 lo $1000 Five-room dwelling, one lot $1100.00 Two lots and dwelling, chtoken fencing and house $800.00 Seven-room dwelling and two lots $2000.00 Five room dwelling, bam and four lots $1500.00 A home In any part of the city. FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 E. Court St., Pendleton, Ore. Sole Manufacturer! STATION 56 All the news East Oregonlan. all the time In the Read the East Oregonlan. CHICAGO. ILL.