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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN. PENDLETON, OREGON. Till RSI) AY. AUGUST 26, 1909. EIGHT PA:iKS. fhe PACIFIC MONTHLY While On Your Vacation Cdfltt P M.flBR---BrV 4 ' B if jMm You'll find nothing so interesting and entertaining as a good magazine with stories that please, by the most popular authors and all the news from home. "Know what they're doing on the day they do it." Two Extraordinary Ofters Special Offer A Pacific Monthly with Daily E. O. One Year Paid in Advance, New Subscribers or Renewals Regular Price Pacific Monthly $1.50 Regular Price Daily E.O. by mail $5.00 $&50 Speed Offer B The Pacific Monthly and Semi-Weekly E.O. One Year Paid in Advance, New Subscribers or Renewals . Regular Price Pacific Monthly $1.50 Regular Price Semi-Weekly E.O. $1.50 $5.50 $2.00 $3.00 The Pacific Monthly is the leading magazine of Western America, published on the Pacific Coast, edited by Western men, a id its entire contents are Western. The East Oregonlan, aa you all know weH. Is the leading paper of the Inland Empire, and Is the official paper of Umatilla Co. and City of Pendleton. No home can afford to be without It. This is a Short-time Offer For Mail Subscribers Only Please state if New or Renewal East Oregonian Pub. Co. Pendleton, Ore. Enclosed find $ for which please send your premium offer to the following address Nam e Adress- Cut out and mail us today m is NOT BELLIGERENT PRETENDER TO SPANISH THRONE WON'T FIGHT Would Llko to be King But Thinks People Will Tire of Alplionso He Mil- Not the Leadership Qualities of His Father, But Is Thorough Student. Paris. With Spanish troops fight ing desperately to hold the last ves tige of Spain's possessions in Africa, and with the smoldering embers of Barcelona's revolution ready to break out into fresh flames at any hour, It is no wonder that the face of Don Jaime, the pretender, haunts the dreams of King Alfonso. With a pretender of more heroic mold the Spanish throne might eas ily become the prize of a bitter civil war. But Don Jaime is far from he roic. He wants the Spanish throne, but he la not willing to risk civil war to gain it. He prefers to wait until the Spanish army, tired of fighting Moors and Barcelona Insurgents, turns King Alfonso out of his palace and Invites the Bon of the late Don Carlos to en ter. A Colorless Yonne Man. As a matter of fact, Don Jaime, the son of Don Carlos, who has Just suc ceeded his father In his pretensions, Is a singularly colorless young man. Llk- his gallant mother, who was Um heart and soul of the Carllst upris ing in northern Spain in 1873, Don Jamie la known upon good authority not to have been on the hest of tr rms with his august father. This is his best card, as all that Is known of the late Don Carlos is detestable. The old pretender, who recently found an exilf-'s grave in Trieste, however, en- Joyed one advantage which his son can never attain be looked the part of the Cld, and while his record was weaker than water and far from pure water at that, Wherever he went the Basque peasants hailed him as the Lord's annoinled and their king by divine right. Whatever was the result of closer acquaintance, his was a convincing' personality at first sight. Don Jamie has none of his father's physical advantages. He is small, slight. .Insignificant, and not even Spanish looking. As you see him on the Spanish boBlevafds, to which since his father's death he must live a stranger, ho suggests anything, a New Orleans OOttOn merchant, a Bra zilian planter, but a romantic Ruy Di az. I royal Insurgent never. He is well read and methodical in his military studies, which have been pnisei utcd largely In Itussia During the BOXer rebellion Don Jaime sought and obtained permission from thi czar to Join one of the columns In vading China. He spent some months with the troops in north China, and interested all who came in contact with him. COLLEGES WILL GET MANX YOUNG ATHLETES NEAR BEER IS TOO NEAR REAL ARTICLE Goldendale, Wash., Aug. 25. Charles Shanahan and Johnson Broth, ers, who have been dispensing near Seattle. When the colleges opei. then will be a number of lo- ! cal star scholastic athletes matrlcu- ; latin? n the HtffArenf institutions. Harvard, Yale, Cornell and Dart- ! beer to thlrsty harve8t hands- at Cen" mouth wilt profit by new additions to j Wash., were arrested and the their athletic squads from local pre- , Jnt rai "nd l(he 8tck paratory schools. Tne Hneriff and P"" to Cen- In Bob Hill, Cornell will acquire a ! tervllle in an automobile accompanied valuable man, as Hill Is considered i tne Prosecuting Attorney to make , h n nf th hest athletes Ro-:,ne arrests. Several barrels of liquor burv ever turned out. Hill is an all- j NEGRO MEDICAL MEN CLOSE CONVENTION Boston, Aug. 26. The National Medical association, which has been In session in Parker Memorial Hall, since Tuesday, will close a highly In teresting convention today. The as sociation's membership Is composed of negro physicians, dentists, surgeons and pharmacists in all parts of the country, and tne meeting brought to Boston the largest number of col ored scientific men ever here before at one time. were seized. Some of It was labeled near beer and the rest was in plain bottles without labels, and is thought by the officers to contain the genuine article. The accused men were brought to Goldendale and put under bonds to appear In the Superior Court. Prosecuting Attorney William T, Darch says the action was taken on account of complaints made by citi ztns of Centervllle. He will send some of the liquor seized to Pullman for a chemical analysis. The accused men claim that they have been keep :.' within thi. Inn K. illlno r.. :ir ,.. . I .1 . V. .i Via.. I J P or wJu -. and soft ,1,-lnks only, and Intimate are certain to prove oenencm, iney , U mm n n,Mda an are easy to tae una p.eummi cl- , ,,,, Thev hnvr retained a local attorney to defend them, and say they will fight the case " to a finish. As Klickitat county Is ni"'- i now a dry county outside of Golden- ..(.ill i Jlil I IV It wmrl"'M ' ,,i;,(., the outcome of thla case will be , watched with interest by other, per- ,,tl unuw -uv lsns oomlU(.tini, near beer establish - celved word from his son, Willie, Who m9llU n othf,r He(.tns of tho c0ntv Is touring the ol, country that he was , rs t ,, i ,.!. .Inn .1 if.ia . i t r UilTI.. . ill i.iiiiuis mm " " - DfMnahiii v,,,u v,,.- ,l..i In.. ., kit Hard and poolroom in Centervllle for I some time. The Jnhnson boy are residents of the Centervllle country ani! opened their place just one week ago. une or mem formerly ran a I newspaper at Centervllle, when t:ie raid was made the Prosecuting Attor- : ney took the names of parties drlnk ! ing in the places, and had subpocnlcs issued on them for witnesses. around athlete, but his best sport Is football. Winthrop, last year's full back, will enter Dartmouth, as weir as Robert Fallon, another crack foot baller. What Is Best for Indigestion? Mr. A. Robinson of Drumquln, On tario, has been troubled for years ' with indigestion and recommends Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets as "the best medicine I ever : used." If troubled with Indigestion In feet. Price, 25 cents. Samples free at All Good Dealers' drug store. races on the lfith of August. He will I enter the quarter, half and the hur dles. Willie is training under the veteran athlete, Mike Dnvan, who has i now reached the age of 72 and is ns j spry us a kitten. Uavan trained Jack Pftare when he was a boy in the old i country. Intense Colic Palm Believed. "For years I have suffered from in- tense colicky pains which would come on at times and from which I could find no relief." says I. S. Mason, of Beaver Dam, Ky. ' Colic, Cholera and Dlrrhoea Remedy 0 Cricketers Arc Coming. Queenstown, Aug. 26. The Oentle Chamberlain's 1 m,n "f Ireland team of cricketers sailed t,ay for America, and will was recommended to tne tiy a rrleno. --. "l After taking a few doses of the rem- a w,"k fr,,m ,oda'- A w,' k win '"' edy I was entirely relieved. That was j rpnt I" Canada, playing the leading fr.nr iear m-n nn,1 there has hcen no ' ricsc! cihiis 01 ine dominion, arter return of the symptoms since that time." This remedy Is for sale by all ! which the Hibernian team will repair 1 to Ne v York and Philadelphia and Good Dealers. While Mountain Golf. Jefferson. N. H Aug. 26. An am ateur championship golf tournament which has attracted many crack play ers was commenced today on the links of the Waumbeck Golf club, and promises to be the most interesting golf session ever held in the White Mountains Several cups will be awarded. show the cricketers of those how the game Is played. cities Automobile stage to Lehman springs. Inquire Pendleton Auto Co. Tim Crime of Idleness. Idleness means trouble for any one. Its the same with a lazy liver. It causes constipation, headache, Jaundice, sallow corbplexlon, pimples and blotches, loss of appetite, nau sea, but Dr. King's New Life Pills soon banish liver troubles and build up your health. 26c at Tallman A Co 's. If you are all run down Foley's Kidney Remedy will help you. It strengthens the kidney so they will eliminate the Impurities from the blood that depress the nerves and cause exhaustion, backache, rheuma tism and urinary irregularities, which sap the vitality. Do not delay. Take. Foley's Kidney Remedy at once. Koeppen Bros. EIFFEL WIRELESS IS COMPLETED Paris, Aug. 26. Work of Installa tion of a complete long distance wire less apparatus on Eiffel Tower was completed today and by the latter part of next month It is expected a regular service will be established from the station of the famous tow er to New York. A temporary Instal lation, belonging to the war depart ment, has already succeeded In pick ing up many messages from stations in the United States and Canada. Mow's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Heward for any case of Catarrb that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. v. J. CURNBY - CO., Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known F. J. Cbene; for the last IS years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all builnest transactions, and financially able to carry out nil- obligation made by his firm. Warning, Ktnnan A Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Halls Cni.'irrb Cure In taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucoui surfaces of tbe system. Testimonials sent rree, Trice 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take nail's Family rills for conatlpa tlon. Cacin- at Fori Eric. Buffalo, N. Y., Aug. 26. Racing was commenced today on the track of the Niagara Racing association at Fort Erie, Ont., near this city, and will continue nine days. At the con clusion of the meeting the ponies will go to the Blue Bonnets track at Mon treal for thirteen da.ys, beginning Sep. tcmbcr 4. Tnke Notice. All persons are recommended to take Foley's Kidney Remedy for backache, rheumatism and kidney and bladder trouble. It will quickly correct urinary Irregularities, which, f neglected, may develop Into a se rious illness Jt will restore neaim and strength. Do not neglect signs of kidney disease or diabetes. Koep pen Bros. Read the East Oregonlan. The imokers of England consume 3,000,000,000 cigarettes every month. GRAND THEATRE THE "ALWAYS LEADS" This Week The Bell Sisters Dancers and Singers All New Pictures and Songs We aim to PLEASE the PEOPLE. Prices 10c and 15c. Usual Matinees. Orpheum Theatre Pendleton's Favorite Vaudeville and Moving Pictures Show. THIS WEEK ONLY Added Attraction. Added Attraction. Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Wallace. Jr. In the German Comedy Playlet, "A NIGHT IN OLD HEIDELBERG" By Mr. Howard Hall Admission to All Matinees 5c and 10c. Evenings 10c and 15c Children Under 12 Free Every Sat. Afternoon J. P. MEDERNACH, Prop. & Mgr.