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DAILY EAST ORKGOXIAV, PEXDLETOX, OHBQOJf, WEDNESDAY, PECEMBEIt 2, 100. EIGHT PAGES. W AM ff Art f tKitW 11 MiMMAM ) JCHJLvjULl5tJ nothing C9mpares to the rain -w JJ- - or cnua-Dirm. i ne tnougnt A I XT 1 1 fVTFTUT UTT! of the suffering in store for J IwlvLy H In! IfilJchcrrobsthecxpectantinothcr or pleasant anticipations. Thousands of women have found the use of Mother's Friend robs confinement of much pain and insures safety to life of mother and child. This liniment is a God-send to women at the critical time. Not only docs Mother's Frisnd carry women safely through the perils of child-birth, but it prepares the system for the coming event, relieves "morning sickness, and other dis- t.it- Sola by drucrifU it II .00 limuuiia. Bookof Tiiuiblelufonn. tion mailed frw. IRE BRADFIELD REGULATOR Atlanta. G. MOT jv I tie mm special skkvices AT THE BAPTIST CUntClI MUCH III BAPTIST REBUKE FOR ROOSEVELT OBJECT TO BEING CAI.I.EI PXWAKKAXTED BlGCiOTS." Asm Hint Jinn's Attitude Toward ;M Should Xot Bo Made Test for IVIitl.nl office, ltut insists That Oitliollctau by llolttiiijr Out for Vnlou of (liurvtt ami state Is to Be Excepted. Rev. K. E. Stomr Preaches Strom: t Srnnon on "A Chance to Prop An , j.- 1NTO lVKr ovr x JHiiiTvi iii. iimw in urer .Tin?- ter I'mxI to Trarli Modern i-osstm. arrest upon the charge of Incorrigibil ity. Mary was committed to Jail. The girl Is pretty. She-is the apple of her father' eye and when she went to him for permission to marry, the father looked matter over and grave his consent. Rut while the carriasv was wait.iifr to take her to the church ' v. " "ii'.on by the Rev. A. pod the constable to permit the mar riasre before serving: the warrant Con stable Key, however, w-as a trrjter to romance. The special meetings at the Baptist church which befrun Sunday are show ing: increased interest. The sermon last night was on the subject "A Chance to Drop an Endless Task." The preacher took as his text the 2Sth verse of St. Mathews Gospel, the 11th chapter, "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest " He said In part: j The endless task that the human heart is prone to set for itself is a choice of two. It either would win' its way to God by its own merit, seek- lug to earn by merit entrance Into Philadelphia. Nov. SO. At today' meeting of the Philadelphia Baptist Ministerial association, resolutions re bukinjr President Roosevelt for his ncent open letter on religious toler ation in politics will be discussed and acted upon. The resolutions In ques tion were brought before the assocla- Hobart, profes sor at a local theological seminary, and are a follow: Where, the president of our country ha seen fit to denounce from h.s !v:$N ofr.ee a unwarranted big otry the action of some of our citiiens fco refuse to ignore religious tenets n ov.nvt:o with their voting; there fore, be it -Re.:sl. That aa wa our fund- f amenta! teaching we steadfastly main stain that rn.n'a rv'ici.tu eith tvt n,J,his attitude toward Cod. should not some of h.s ashes. IWver was in-.. - ,f-,w,.,., JUIfU 111 it W IT I. 5'I;r l.ilif ,1 it J AS MV-WS OF SUITPE Grafton. W. Va SceV.rtg a terr bte! death, J. H. rvevers. f.irmrr".y a Bai-j more & Or.:o cord act or. threw self into a seethir.jt oofce oven, efforts are now N-.r.ir r.-.sie to "The Pace That Kills" The wear and tear of business and the every-dajr cares and worries full upon the nerves, and bring disaster to the stomach and brain. Nervousness causes toss of sleep and tlraws heavily on the 'vital forces. Increase your nervous energy by using EECSWS PILLS whenever the system is weakened by overwork or worry, and neeil to be toned and sttrngthrited. lWccham's Pills evnulire the c imitation, cany of! the waste materials, help the storttactv, and carry health to the nerve evils. They are i;uick U rcstvire normal con ilitions, enaltle the brain to recover its poise and unfailifry Relieve Nerve Strain la tM lAc. J tJc. ClUHVIi 1HTII 1 upk wnuoiT i.ei;s NEW SILKS ...BY EXPRESS... A complete assortment of new and up-to-date patterns in fancy silk waist lengths, no two alike, make your se lection now, they make ex cellent Christmas gifts . . the kingdom of heaven, or on the ether hand it would turn away denying the claim of God upon had been visiting his father at H.ora. Preston county. Near the coke ovens at that p'ace his clothing was found with a note explaining his suicide. The lettor fol lows: "I have been wondering, and I can't get nothing else into my head. Gentlemen. I am In debt, and I :an't work, and I don't know what elsa to i do but put myself out of the way. I i have been studying ever since I got I hurt, and I have been wondering and should be considered, leaving him ah- j Phi.adclphia, Choos.ng death to solute'y free In purely religious mat- j life with both his legs cut off. John ters j Oarrell, a teamster, who lives at "15 Resolve.!. That, as we understand i North Bucknell street, refused to al th facts, the Roman Catholic church low the doctors of the Polyclinic hos lays, claim on its clergy and its mem- rital to perform an operation which, bers not only for submission to eccle- j they assured him. would save his life, studying and studying, and I can't get nothing else in my head. So I will bring it to a close, and here you will find my remains. ' NEW FIELD EOU GRAFTERS. The Catmint: Industry Is BoitiR Work cl Very Actively Now. Jackson, Miss., Nov. 2T. Tlv? can- E.ther of these is a weary and hope less task. Jesus was speaking to the multi ude who knew the burden of these tasks. The Jews before him were weary with striving to fulfill a strict law laid upon the.m by their teach ers. If they gathered the wild herbs from the roadside for a dinner they must tithe their meagre fare. If they wa!kd throuch the whrat fields on the Sabbath thfv xr.5t not rub the'ninS factory afters are now busy gemtts out with tfc-::r tin is to satis-' working this state and northern fy their hur.rer for it would be Louisiana. Taking advantage of .he "threshing " " I lIack cloud that overhangs the cot- Everv act was gnvrr-ed bv rule. ' ton producing sections that were vis Those that kept the rules were "right- 'ted for the first time by the boll we eous" in their own eyes. Those that'vil the sharpers are rounding up bus did not were "sinners." The people iness men and Planters at many p i.Us were very weary of these pedantic' i"t0 buFinS stock ln '20,000 and t'dO, rules, they found no rest or peace in' canning plants to can tamatocs doing them. I Ani other vegetables in communities Jesus said to them, "Come;" he where many of the farmers never saw would do the rest. It was his to give vegetables grown extensively. Wlth peace. It was not the physical step ' out doubt the veegtables can be pro that he meant for them to take. But "ce3 Payin8 Quantities, but these to come In their real life. To take 1 Planters must first learn how to cul him to be their teacher and to fol-1 tlvate them. This will take a little low his teachings; to consent to fel-J time. There are legitimate cannery lowship with him and to take his j builders, etc., but look out for the counsels Into their hearts. These ' grafter. were the thing3 that would bring. peace and rest to their weary, starv- j . THE BREECHES BIBLE." ing hearts. Their righteousness must' exceed the righteousness of their old ' W on hh h WadUntrton Was Ob- teachers, but they were to do good, not1 Hsrated as Master Mason. to be righteous, but because follow-j Montreal, A copy of the famous ing Jesus had brought to them the, Breeches Bible," published in Lon- clean heart of peace. don In 1599, and said to be the iden- This promise of the Devine Teach-; tical book on which George Wash er was to those who felt the burden j ington was obligated as a Master Ma of their endless task. Jacob of old son, was last night restored to Lodge found it a hard thing to wrestle' of Antiquity, No. 1 Q. R. A. F. and A. against the Almighty. Before the M., the oldest lodge In Canada, to morning light came he w as overcome, j which it originally belonged. And the ancient dwellers at Babel. Antiquity lodge received Its charter found it a hard thing to build a tow-J from Ireland, and was instituted by er to heaven that they might climb ' officers of the Forty-sixth British reg up by their own strength. So nowjiment, of which Washington was also the promise comes to those who are a member. The initiation took place w eary with the hopeless task of sav- j in New York on a visit of the Forty ing themselves. One who has power, sixth regiment. The book has since to fulfill his promise says, "Come' been kept in a vault under the care of unto me and I will give you rest." various Masonic bodies. Philadelphia The theme of the sermon tonight is Telegraph. "Who Art Thou, Lord?" or "What' Does God Mean to the Life?" Service FATHER SLAYS HIS SOX siastlcal superiors in matters of orin icn. but in all matters of daily life, and has for centuries, whenever it was possible, sought to visit physical pains and penalties on the disobedient and has until now and still continues t teach bitter hostility to our public j schools and our separation of crfurch and state, and seeks to get from our government a recognition at Washing ton as a foreign political power enti tled like other powers to a representa tion here, and therefore Is and claims to be, very much more than a relig ious organization, but a very real and wily and mighty political organization controlled from abroad by men who are neither familiar with nor In sym pathy with our government ideas. "Resolved, That w-e appeal from our president, excited and seemingly Ignorant of church history, to our president, cooled off and better In formed. "Resolved further. That it is not In accord with our American liberty that men be called bigots who exercise the right of private judgment in matters of so much Importance as their vote." at ":30. All are invited. WEDDIXG BELLS LAXD , YOl'XG GIRL IX PRISOX Pittsburg. Pa. Pretty Mary Brin d!e, 10 year old, expected to be mar ried and go to the home her husband-to-bt- had provided for her. Instead, however, of her ears being greeted by the joyous peal of wedding bells, I the harsh clang of a cell door as it AFTER HEAVY CAROFSAL 5 Fort Plain, N' Y. Alfred Billing ton, a civil war veteran, is in Jail at Fonda for killing hla son William nt their home In Wagner's Hollow. They had been drinking heavily and on r riving home quarreled. The father stabbed his son in the. abdomen. Death occurred In a few hoiirs. The dying man In a statement to Coroner Vedder fastened the tragedy on his Bhe'fathcr' wno attempted to escape. The KEXTFCKY" FEl'D LEADER JOIN'S BAPTIST CHURCH Winchester, Ky. B. Fulton French has joined the Baptist church here and there is great rejoicing. Though now a prominent attor ney and thrifty citizen, Mr. French was in his younger days leader of a faction In the French-Eversole feudal war ln Perry and adjoining counties In eastern Kentucky. He long ago laid down the post of chief of a clan but he was never brought into the fold until the Rev. J. W. Porter of Lexington, holding a revival here, con verted him. The church was filled to its capacity and the baptism of French was ac companied by the singing of the liymn, "Praise God, From Whom All Blessings Flow." closed unon her was the sound h,.ar( I fugitive was captu'-ed a mile from his Mary's mother does not fancy the house, youth her daughter has picked for a helpmate and In order to prevent the BEEK LEAVES TOWX marriage she caused her daughter's' AXD CAT GOES WITH IT How arc of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury ns mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mu cous surfaces. Such articles should never be used exrept on prescriptions from repu table physicians, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Mall'a Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., To ledo, O., contains no mercury, and Is taken intfrnally, acting directly upon the blood nnd mucous surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine. It Is taken Internally and made In Toledo, Ohio, by K. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials free. Hold by all druggists. Price TSc per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. COILDX'-T SWEAR EXOCGII TO HOLD Wire's LOVE and he died yesterday afternoon. While driving a heavy truck at Thirty-sixth street and Grays' Ferry road Thursday afternoon Garrell was thrown from his seat and the wagon, weighing with its load fully three tons, passed over his legs. Ho was terribly mangled, but was conscious when he reached the Poly clinic hospital. He was told that both his legs must be amputated or his case was hopeless. "I'll take my chance," he said. And no argument could make him change his mind. Philadelphia North American. See Window Display ALEXANDER'S Department Store Medicine That Is Medicine. "I have suffered a good deal with malaria and stomach complaints, but I have now found a remedy that keeps me well, and that remedy is Electric Bitters; a medicine that Is medicine for stomach and liver troubles, and for run down conditions," says W. C. Klestler, of Halliday, Ark. Electric Bitters purify and enrich the blood, tone up the nerves, and Impart vigor and energy to the weak. Your mon ey will be refunded If It falls to help you. 50c at Tallman & Co.'s and Pen dleton Drug Co.'s drug stores. GIRL KILLED BY A PALL IX ROLLER SKATIXG IUXK Bloomington, III. Miss Lola Sawyer, 17 years old, Is dead here from In juries received In a fall at a roller skating rink. Miss Sawyer Injured her spine and despite the efforts of several physicians, she sank rapidly. Although Miss Sawyer was an expert skater she was Jostled In a crowded part of the rink and fell heavily to the hard floor. Her home was In Gibson City. Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. They are antiseptic and soothe pain quickly. Insist upon DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. Regular size 50c. Sold here by Tallman & Co. Artistic Photography for Presents. Before making your Christmas of fering be sure and call at the Wheel er studio and see some of the later things ir. artistic photography things that are nice and make appreciable gifts. Don't put this off until it Is too late, as It takes a little time to produce high class work. PILES CURED IX 6 TO I I DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 dayg or money refunded. 60c. If you see It ln the East Oregonlan It'a so. WHY SO WEAK? New M-Hkk1 of Reducing Fat. Winsted, Conn. Faunle, a cat own ed by Barreuthcr, Bros., had a liking A news ltn from Parln Inform. nH for lager neer. wnen me town went that th Arnerk-an method of produc- "dry," her owners went out of busl Ing a slim, trim figure, is meeting ness arid Fannie missed her drink, with astonishing success. This sys- For some days she went to her saucer l. m. which has made such a wonder-, an,j cried for beer, but as none was ful impression over there, must be the forthcomlng she disappeared. It is of reducing fat. It is safe to say that ! fUSpt'Cted "he has 0ne t0 the neare,t we have nothing better for this pur pose in this country. Anything that will reduce the excess flesh a pound a flay without injury to the stomach license town. Prohibition .Movement In LoiiiHiana. Alexandria, I. What may prove the causing of w rinkl-s, the help of , to be a more active statewide nrohl- exerclHlng or dieting, or interference . btion movement than has yet taken ?J -nTn,Ti JTh My 'I7?,?1"' Mare, was given Its start here today, ant and useful addition to clvlliza- . 7 . , tion's necessities. Just such a cata- w"e" I'r'""""'l temperance oier Iogue of good results, however, follow rrom many parts or tne souin came the use of these pleasant, harmless to attend the meeting of the Louis- nnd economical little fat reducers, j iana Anti-Saloon league. Dr. Brooks We say economical, because Marmola Lawrence, of Birmingham, secretary St. Louis. Robert E. Maloney, lawyer, was awarded a divorce after telling the court that to please his wife he had cultivated the art of us ing profanity. "I swore In order to make her hap py," Maloney testified. "We used to know a lawyer, now dead, who was a hard swearer. My wife said she liked that kind of a man, and that It took a real man to swear in that way. "I never used any curse words ln my life until after we were married, but then I tried to get the habit so as to please my wife. But I couldn't learn to swear hard enough to make good." RUX DOWX BY AUTO, LOXG IX COMA, XOW IXSAXE Prescription Tablets (made In accord ance wii'h the famous prescription) can te obtained of any druggist or the makprs, the Marmola Co., Detroit, Mich., for 75 cents the large case, which Is a decidedly economical price considering the number of tablets each case contains. Read the East Oregon laa. of the Alabama Anti-Saloon league, and other active workers ln behalf of temperance, are here to urge the Loulslanlans to fight for their cause. Fence-rail philosophy may be good enough In Its way, but we pin our faith to the man who climbs down and goes to work. New York. Run over by an auto mobile, 1 na coma 27 days, twice at the point of death and now insane. So read the records of St. Joseph's hos pital. Yonkers, In the case of Clar ence Mitchell, 10 years old, of 89 Lin den street, Yonkers. The boy was run down by Frank Jones, chauffeur for Richard Lehman, of 7 West Fifty ninth street. It was found necessary to remove a large portion of the skull. The boy will live, but the physicians say he Is hopelessly insane. Leave your orders for Xmas trees at Stark & Duke's poultry house. 'Phone black 1711. Kidney Troubles May be Sapping Your Life Away -Pendleton Peo pie nave Learned This Fact When a healthy man or women be gins to run down without apparent cause, becomes weak, languid, depres sed, suffers backache, headache, dia ry spells and urinary disorders, look to the kidneys for the cause of It all. Keep the kidneys well and they will keep you yell. Here la Pendleton testimony to prove It. Mrs. E. J. Melners, living at 501 Lewis street, Pendleton, Ore., says "I have the utmost confidence In Doan's Kidney Pills as they proved of far greater value to me than any remedy I previously used. I was troubled for years with attacks af kidney complaint accompanied by a severe case of backache and when ever I caught a cold, or during; any sudden change of the weather, my kidneys became affected and my suf fering was intensified Since learn ing; of Doan's Kidney Pills I have not cause to worry about kidney trouble, as It only required a few doses of this remedy to quickly check any return. keep Doan's KJrney Pills In the house at all times, producing them at The Pendleton Drug Co., and an glad to recommend them to other sufferers." For sale by all dealers. Price 19 cents. Foster-MUbur Co., Buffalo, New York, sola agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. mm The Development of the Remington is the History of the Writing Machine New Models 10 and 11 Now Ready Model 10 with Column Selector Model 1 1 With Buill-in Tabulator Remington Typewriter Co. (Incorporated) Portland - Oregon Charles W. Edmunds, M. D. "Specialist" of the Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat Will be at "The Pendleton" Pendleton, Or. Dec. 2 and 3, for Consultations The East Oregonian-Journal Pony Contest This Coupon Good for 5 Votes Before Dec. 5, 1908 This vote to be counted for Name of Boy or Girl ' No Street : R. F. D. . Po8toffice Send to the Pony Man, East Oregonlan. Pendleton, Or. Diily Eist OreKonian, by carrier, 15 cento per week.