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PAIL)' EAST OKKUONIAN, PENOLK1DM, OREGON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOHER 21, 1908. PAGE nUlEK ran, not ballot, Needed JlltS. stlyvesant FISH RETIRNS FROM EIROPE New Vwk tin-Uty IxMUler Nt Fa vorably IiiiivnhI by Suffragettes Declares a Woman's Influence Is In Ukj Family If Women Were laeetor, Gowns Might Hrlbo Tliem Rut Money N'cvex. Upon her return from Europe, af ter a lung continental motor tour Mrs, Stuyvosant Fish declared that she, for one, I not a suffragette nor going to bo one. "This la the greatest country In the world," said Mr. Fish. "I mean the greatest In every sense of the word. We are the greatest In our style, our dress, the grace and beauty of our wo men, our mode of life even, and our men. I have seen life on both sides of the Atlantic, and my opinion Is the result of observations here and abroad. "It Is rather a strange thing that I saw nothing of the suffragette or the movement of woman's suffrage either In England or In Paris. No, I am not thinking of enrolling In the suffragette ranks. .Why should 17 A woman s rights?" ; Plenty of ";mn1 IIiihIhiihIh. Mrs. Fish smiled In the direction of her husband, who was near by. "I believe that a good husband Is the best right of any woman. Of course, I make the provision that she can get a good one, and Bhe can I she Isn't foolish and exercises Judg ment. . ' "Woman's power In the world Is tremendous, especially If she exercises that power for good. What more could she do, even If 'rights' were glv tn her? Through her husbuud and her children she has always a great and a constantly Increasing power for good. .She Influences her husband; the two minds work together, and through the man she sends out her power to Influence for good or evil. Isn't hers a greater power than the vote?" A reporter asked Mrs. Fish If In her opinion women voters and office holders could be easily bribed. "Who can say that until the time of testing?" she replied "I don't be lieve that women as voters would be as easily bribed as the men. They might be Influenced by Jeyelry or through clothes or even the heart, but money never!" Women Intelligent Enough. Then smilingly declaring that she had not given an Interview, but had simply said a few words, Mrs. Fish hastened to say that she did not want It even Implied that she thought wo men were stupid. "Do you misunderstand me," she said, holding up a depraratlng hand. "1 simply do not believe in suffrage or that women would be any better If they had the power to vote. A wo man has her husband and her home, hut I do nt want to be recorded as saying that women are stupid. They are as educated and as cultured as men. "After all, this Is n very large world, and there Is plenty of room In It for both men nnd women." When asked about her tour abroad Mrs. Fish said that she saw nothing. "I was motoring," she said. Then she added: "I am beginning to hate motoring. I have not had the Fpeed mania for I am too afraid." While Mrs. Fish and her husband were motoring In France their car ran down and killed a boy, but the authorities quickly acquitted them Of blame for the accident. XTRACO CLOTHES FOR BOYS jjr oak mm WITHOUT any question the most representa tive boys clothing made is XTRAGQQD. Some clothing must be purchased with the greatest care, closely examined and tested. But any garment with the XTRAGQQD label may be bought with the fullest confidence in the materials and workmanship; absolute certainty of value and wear. It's worth something when you can select the pattern and style you like without entertaining doubts and suspicions of the quality back of the appearance. BOYS' clothes are a feature of our business that deserve the particular at tention of any man or woman who has to pay the bills. A great line of suits for boys from 7 to 1 7 years old; yoke and belted Norfolks, double breast ed knee pants suits; Russian and sailor suits; a wealth of handsome fabrics and colors; tans, browns, grays in stripes and plaids; ages 3 to 10; at prices from $5 up to $ 1 5. r JUL G9 s n. UN new governor-general of Australia, more than King Edward, to whom she has for several years acted as a sort of literary adviser. Edward Is Ho great reader, although his literary tastes are a little In ad vance of his mother's (who adored Marie Corelli. Lady Dudley has al ways kept closely In touch with the latest books of the day, and recom mended the literary pabulem for the royal palate. The countess, sister-in-law to Am bassador Reld's daughter, Is one of the old Quaker banking family of Gurney, who lost their fortune in the failure of their bank in 1S66. The penniless girl was ptactlcally ndopted by Ade line, Dip-hess of Itedford, and she married Lord Dudley September 14. 1891. She has now seven children, the youngest of whom are twin boys. King Edward was godfather to the twins when they were christened. SEATTLE EX POSITION OFFICIALS AltE RESIGNING Where Rullets 11cm. David Parker, of Fayette, N. T, a veteran of the civil war, who lost foot at Gettysburg, says: "The. good Electric I'ltters have done Is worth more than $500 to me. I spent more money doctoring for a bad case of stomach trouble, to little purpose. then tried Electric Bitters, and they cured me. I now take them as a ton ic, and they keep me strong and well." 60c at Tallmnn & Co.'s and Pendleton Drug Co. Seattle, Oct. 20. Henry E. Reed, director of exploitation for the. Alaska-Yukon exposition, has severed his connections with the exposition. Frank Y. Merrick, director of publicity, will resign within two days. Reed tendered his resignation Fri day with the request that it be ac cepted immediately. His resignation is the culmination of a minor misun derstanding between him and some other offcials. Reed was practically in control of everything. The offlers objected because Reed paid Merrick JlT.O monthly. The dis pute leading directly to the resigna tion arose last week over the propriety of certain expense accounts. PICT REAR KILLS A CHILI). COFFIN SAWED OFF AT GRAVE. to FORMER MRS. FIELD RlYS TROFSSEAl A ITER WEDDING KING EDWARD'S LITERARY CURE LEAVES LONDON Countess Dudley Wns Great Favorite Willi English Monarch nnd n Great Aid to Him. London. Oct 21. No one In Eng land will miss the Countess of Dudley, who has gone to Join her husband, the WHY SUFFER? Rienthe Hyomel nml Kill lic I.onth some Catarrh Germs. Just as long as you have catarrh your nose will itch, your breath will be foul, and you will nawK ana spit, and you will do other disgusting things because you can't help your self. The. germs of catarrh have got you In their power; they aro contin ually and persistently digging Into and Irritating the mucous membrane of your nose and throat. They are now making your life miserable; In time they will sap your entire system of Its energy, Its strength, Its vigor and vitality. If you do not kill the loathsome germs of catarrh, they desperate as saults will In time undermine your reason, rob your brain of Its brilliancy and activity, and leave you not only a physical but a mental wreck. This picture Is not overdrawn; the writer has seen thousands of Just such cases. He has personally ex perienced tho demoralizing results that como from tho ravishing attacks of tho horrlblo catarrh germs, the greatest pest of civilized nations. Rut there is one remedy that will kill the germs and cures catarrh, and that Is Hyomel, tho Australian dry air treatment There may be other remedies, but they are not guaranteed as Tallman Co., the druggists, will guarantee Hyomel to cure catrrh, or money back. Don't delay this pleas ant antiseptic treatment. Every day you allow these germs to exist In your rystem brings you nearer to com plete demoralization. Tallman & Co. will sell you a complote Hyomel out fit for only $1. Ask them about It. It Is also guaranteed to cure bronchit is, osthma, coughs, colds nnd hay fever. WctMing Plans Coinleffl Willi Such Haste That She Did Not Rny it Single Garment Then. Nauhelm. Germany. Oct. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Maldwln Drummond have arrived from London on their honey moon and are taking the "cure" most conscientiously. Owing to the hastiness of her mar riage Mrs. Drummond had no time to provide a trousseau. Not a new gar ment figured in her wardrobe on the day of her nuriage. To make good the deficiency she made u long stop in Pals, where a number of gorgeous dresses were ordered. The Field hoys delight to see their mother In velvet frocks. She grati fies their desire by choosing velvet whenever possible. The Post-Dispatch correspondent obtained n copy of the first and only photograph of her tak en since her marriage. It shows her In one of tho velvet dresses recently made for her in Paris. The jewels on the front of It were the gift of her late husband, Marshall Field. Jr., when her son, Marshall, was born The five pear-shaped gems are flaw less and are worth $500(1 apiece. Woman nihil- iih Ca-Ucl N Made Fit Rough Ro. Stt'oudsburg, pa., (let. 2". Sever al dozen negroes from here were among the chief mourners at the fu neral of Mrs. Davis Smith, near East Rnugor, when the pallbearers found 'lie coffin was too long for the rough box. After a consultation it was decided to saw a piece from each end of the coffin and proceed with the burial, and Ibis was done. The sound of the saw on the coffin caused one woman to faint. ASKS DIVORCE; lll'RRY SNORES Ill- Wife Sns She Cannot Stand RreaihiiiK at Nlgl'. Akron. O., Oct. 21. Mrs. John Kratz, wife of a business man, wants a divorce because she says her hus band snored too vociferously. In a cross petition the husband denies the allegation and says his wife, a few days after her marriage, Md him she had drawn the small end of a bad bargain. Animal Heroines Enraged When Driven Away Froin Soda Pop. Tucson, Ariz., Oct, 1, A big black b(ar, one of the attractions at Elyslan Grove, a pleasure park near here, killed a baby and was attacking the child's mother when It was shot to death by a policeman. The bear was raised In captivity and was a great pet at the park, fre quently being allowed to go to the bar, where It would beg for soda pop. A week ago it became vicious and atUckej a boy. It was then confined In a cage. Yesterday It pried open the door of the cage and proceeded straight to the bar, where It sat up and begged for pop. Attendants drove it away and it chsiged the crowd. It dodged the men and returned to the bar. Driven out again, It dashed after Mrs. liuss Laird, wife of a Southern Pacific employe, who wa wheeling her baby in a go-cart. liefore the policemen and attend ants could protect the woman and child, the big brute seized the Infant and crushed it to death. Then It turned on Mrs. Laird. Just as th? huge paws were clasping the woman a policeman shot the brute. trying to button on a collar that was too tight. Tracey lived at the Tremont hotel. His wife bought him a box of new collars, and he started to put on one. It was too small, and It took a hard struggle to get the two ends to meet over the button In front. Finally he succeeded, and turned to Mrs. Tracey, In another room, and said: "There, I've got It." Then he collapsed. DIAMOND CRISIS HAS PASSED AND PRICES AGAIN ADVANCE Rrussels, Oct. 21. The local papers announce that the Antwerp diamond trade crisis Is now at an end. Sales have ansumed their former volume, and prices are progressing. The la borer's wages are also Increasing. The Antwerp rough diamond syndicate has raised its selling prices by 10 per cent, and, in short, the situation seems very hopeful. For Sale. Remington typewriter, 2 typewriter desks, student table, bookcases, two stoves, linoleum, carpets, chairs and various office fixtures. Inquire of Roland Oliver. A good life keeps off wrinkles. MAN KILLED P.Y ' WEARING TIGHT COLLAR. Roston, Oct. 20. Michael Tracey, a retired contractor, killed himself And many other painful and distressing ailments from which most mothers suffer, ) j can uc avuiucu- uy using ' ii Mother's Friend. Thisrem- II edy is a God-send to expect- ant mothers, carrying them through the critical ordeal with safety. No woman who uses Mother's Friend need fear the suffering incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its dread and insures safety to life of mother and child, leaving her in a condition' more favorable to speedy re covery. The child is also healthy, strong and good IlillUlCU. ble luforioiiiou will befent free by writing to BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. AtlanU. G. 1LU ZdJ Music Teacher. A. II. Johnson, instructor of band and orchestra In Pendleton academy, will accept a limited number of pu pils on violin, cornet, clarionet or any band or orchestra Instrument. Tu plls may join the academy band am orchestra if they so desire. Studio at Pendleton academy. Residence, 601 Post street; phone, Black 2852.- ILLINOIS RANR1TS DEFY AN ENTIRE TOWN l- Pooi1 Marksmanship of Citizens lows Holdiers to Incivm Ilerrln, Ills., Oct. 20. After en gaging the whole town In a street fight this morning, a gang of desper odoes blew the safe of the bank nt Hurst, a mining town and stole $1500 After they took possession of tho hank one robber stood In the doorway nnd held the citizens at bay with re volvers, while his enmpaninns blew the safe open. Armed citizens fired through the windows and the robbers dashed down the tstreet, followed by a fusilado of bullets. Poor marksmanship Is the only thing that saved the lives of the ban dits. A posse Is In pursuit. Kodol Is a combination of the nat ural digestive Juices and It digests all classes of food and every kind of food, so you see It will do the work that the stomach Itself does. Sold by Tallman & Co. To Pony Contestants. Have your friends save the coupons for you that are appearing in the East Oregonlan each evening. They are good for five votes each If voted by date stated on them. For rent Store room In the East Oregonlan building on Main street Inquire at this office. A BAPTIST ELDER Restored to Health by Vine? "I was run down and weak from in digestion and general debility, alfo sui fered finn vertigo. I saw a cod liei preparation railed Vinol advertised air? decided to give it a trial, and the Je suits were most gratifying. After tak ing two bottles I regained my strength and am now feeling unusually Wf 11." Henry Cunningham, Elder Bap tist Church, Kingston. N. C. PRESIDENT CASTRO'S Vinol Is not n natent tm.dlelne-hnt RROTIIER VISITING HERE preparation composed of the medicinal New York, Oct. 20. Major Car melo Castro, brother of President Castro of Venezuela, Is here on a brief visit to America. He was given an es cort of secret service men for pro tection. Ho .denies tho report that he is here to organize an artillery corps to man the coast defense guns of .Venezuela's forts should war between Holland and Venezuela occur. Oysters! Oysters. Fresh oysters In bulk at the Delta One-half pints, pints and quarts. Phone 3091. elements of cods' livers, combined wlih a tonic Iron and wine. Vinol creates B hearty appetite, tones up the organs of digestion and makes rich, red blood. In this natural manner, Vinol creates strength for the run-down, over worked and debilitated, nnd for deli cate children nnd old people. For chronic coughs, colds and bronchitis Vinol 1b unexcelled. All such persons in this vicinity are asked to try Vinol on our offer to re fund their money If 11 falli to give sat efactlon. PENDLETON DRUG COMPANY. Fendleton, Oregon. A MONARCH Range Actually Pays for Itself in COLD CASH! BY reducing fuel bills 25 to 50 per cent. QY saving one quarter of the time usually spent in the kitchen. JJY eternally doing away with nearly ALL of the disagreeable labor ne cessary to keep the common range Ma T . , ,. MUII nui Ul SilVIHUVIt, UNDERSTAND US! Fuel, time and labor represent real money and the Monarch Range will positively save enough of all three to pay back its own cost in a short time We don't make this statement thoughtlessly but with a desire to demonstrate it to every intending range buyer. Our 25 years of experience as practical stove dealers convinces us that the construction of the Monarch fully justifies this claim. HOW THE MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGE SAVES TIME LABOR Much time Is wasted with a common range wait- The hardest and most disagreeable tasks about Ing for hot fire In the morning or a baking heat the kitchen are blacking the range top and clean- durlng the day. The Monarch works PROMPTLY, the crusted black bottoms of cooking utensils. All A piping hot fire In five minutes after opening the this Is done away with by the Monarch polished drafts Is the regular thing. top that don't require stove blacking. FUEL Ranges of the common type WASTE fuel because outside air is drawn In through Its open seams and Joints. The Monarch utilizes ALL the hoat In the coal or wood. It is built AIR-TIGHT by riveting Its steel plates to Malleable Iron frames no stove bolts or putty used. THE TAYLOR HARDWARE CO. PENDLETON. OREGON.