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DAILY EAST OHEGON1AN, PENDLi:: i, OHM, ON. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1900. PAGE THItim Be Sure and Be There Saturday Morning, November 13, at 8 o'Clock! THE GREAT TRIANGLE SALE Means that prices are far below zero, that the savings are many and monstrous and the opportunity to buy winter clo thing and shoes, is now here. Take a J vantagenow. mmm Think over your needs I for the coming winter, make up a list and we will guar antee to save yon money PLENTY OF HELP TO WAIT ON YOU TRIANGLE ITS A B 5ALE SHOES THE BIG TRIANGLE SALE! OFFERS REDUCTIONS ON Mens & Boys Clothes TRIANGLE SALE Furnishings t Come with the early shoppers and you'll find the lines more complete and the selections easier THE BIG GREEN SIGN IS THE PLACE The Busy Boston Store IMMIGRANT LABORERS APPEALING FOR AID ASK ASSISTANCE TS distributing unemployed National Immigration league Peti tioned nccent Convention of Sheep men Want Effort Made to Secure Free Transportation for laborers in the EMt. An appeal on behalf of free trans portation of Immigrant laborers so as to provide for a more equal dis tribution of those laborers was re ceived by the recent state woolgrow ers convention, but no action what ever was taken with regard to It. The appeal was from the National Immi gration League and was as follows: "While our congested eastern cities are overrun with thousands of stur dy laborers without employment and often without bread, a need for these same laborers Is felt In other parts. There Is a bureau of information In Washington which can famish to al most every one of the unemployed the names of several firms where their work is needed. Were they to go to such localities, it would be a benefit both to them and to their employers, but they lack the means to pay the traveling expenses and generally are suspicious of any offers of employers to advance these ex penses on their wages. "If the Bureau of Information could five to unemployed laborers transpor tation to where their labor Is in de mand, thousands of thorn would be saved front want, and they would on the otler hand, benefit the coun try through their labor. "Immigrants arriving here could also lie directed where they have rel atives or where their labor Is needed, but they cannot afford to pay the cost of transportation to those local ities. "Free transportation will greatly contribute to the solution of this problem. The Argentine Republic furnishes immigrants with one week's hospitality and with free railroad transportation to any part of that country and other S. American gov ernments offer similar inducements. What such republics, with their scan ty means, are doing, our country, the wealthiest in- the world, can certain ly accomplish. The burden which such a provision would entail upon the federal treasury would be more than compensated by the benefit it would bring about. "We request all organizations and individuals that are In favor of a measure for the proper distribution of immigrants, to send resolutions or letters to that effect to their state and federal representatives, and to kindly notify the league when they do so. NATIONAL LIBERAL IMMIGRA TION HIIREAU. room, and accommodations for the crowd." I DO" IS OXE OF BEST MUSICAL HITS IX COUNTRY "Hark, the Herald Angels sing," Discipline and youth those are the Beecham's Pills are Just the thing, two watchwords by which Edward P. "Peace on earth and mercy mild," Temple. America's foremost stage dl Two for man and one for child. rector, guides his work, and both of A great many years ago .some wag them are largely in evidence In the created this pervlslon, but Ita happy ! chorus of "Lo," the new musical Jingle alon gthe the sober truth it comedy which comes to the Oregon suggests has made this verse a by- 00. Sunday, November 14. word with millions of people. It 11- The plece was founded on the bril lustratea the great popularity in llant psychological storv, "He Also which Beecham's Pills are held and Serves," which O. Henry wrote last the wonderful good that they are do- fall for CoUler'B Weekly, and while lng. Every year shows a marvelous lt nas a slKhtiy more dramatic and increase in this popularity and It is mucn morp interesting plot than the an established fact that In the com- usual muscaI Comedv. its eighteen munltles where Beecham's Pills are 1 8onfrg and deiKntfu) dances which used, the health and morality of the I ccomna n v them make it Nmi mrf people are enhanced. Every reader should know Beech am's Pills learn their power to keep the system in good order, preserve the vigor of glorious youth to cheer and brighten old age They regulate the bowels, help the liver, aid the kid neys, promote digestion and prevent the coming of serious sickness. Thousands of men have been made sturdy and strong thousands of women have been made healthy and happy, through use of Beecham's Pills. Anyone who does not know them Is doing without one of the greatest known helps to health and happiness. Forced Into Exile. Wm. Upchurch of Glen Oak, Okla., was an exile from home. Mountain air, he thought, would cure a fright ful lung-racking cough that had de fled all remedies for two years. Af ter six months he returned, death dogging his steps. "Then I began to use Dr. King's New Discovery," he writes, "and after taking six bottles I am as well as ever." It Baves thou sands yearly from desperate lung diseases. Infallible for coughs and colds, lt dispels hoarseness and sore Nasal Catarrh, an Inflammation ot throat. Cures grip, bronchitis, hem- the delicate membrane lining of the orrhages, asthma, croup, whooping air-passages, is not cured by any mix cough. 60c and $1, trial bottle free, tures taken Into the stomach. Don't guaranteed by Tallman & Co. i waste time on them. Take Ely's I Cream Balm througn the nostrils, so i that the fevered, swoOlen tissues are reached at once. Never mind how I long you have suffered nor how often li ii-.. K.w..i Jlaannnintnel r L miih a.oMlo V 11 Tn a letter lhl I ""' " "c " sporting editor of a local paper, Har- j ry Wilson, who signs himself manager i of the Moscow Athletic club of Mns- j OOw. Idaho, PUtl in bid for the Jef fries-Johnson fight. The letter says: "The Moscow Athletic club will Middle West Physicians, give $100,000 for the Jeffries-John- Bvanevllle, Irul., Nov. 10. Promi son fight. To make this offer good. nehl physicians from Chicago, Louis I will post J50.00O jn any bank in tho vlllo, Indianapolis, St. Louis and Other northwest as a guarantee of good cities are on the program for ad faith. I can get the consent of Gov-. dresses today and tomorrow before crnor Brady to stage the fight and If ! the Ohio Valley Medical association. I am considered I will have ample which comprises doctors from Un interesting every moment. Mr. Temple for five years was gen eral stage director for Henry V. Savage, during which time he pro duced 67 plays. Upon leaving Mr. Savage, Mr. Temple associated him self with Thompson & Dunly, the or iginators of Luna Park, and many of the wonderful spectacles they pro duced there were devised by him. Next came the New York Hippo drome to startle and astonish the en tire playgolng world, with its stu- pendous productions and marvelous surprises. Mr. Temple was the master mind most highly paid humorist in the w.spaper world, while A. Baldwin Sloane, composer of the "Mocking Bird," "Gingerbread Man" and "Jack and the Beanstalk" wrote the eigh teen numbers of the score. John E. kempt auditor. Young is the star of the piece and his company numbers 75. Prices for the engagement will be, lower floor $1 50 and $1: balcony. 75c; gallery. 50c. Th Sober Truth. "Where is the spirit of the eight ies?" thundered an orator in the su burbs. "All drunk up," moaned an un- London News. MOSCOW AMBITIOUS FOR BIG SCRAP Ely's Cream Balm Is the remedy you should use All druggists, 60c. Mail- New Tork. And now the church and the stage are to be brought closer together under the same roof in fact. Forbes Robertson with his "Passing of the Third Floor Back." and Walker Whlltside and his "Melting Pot" may be preached about In the pulpit, but William Morris is going to have ser mons preached from the stake of the American Music Hall. The board of home missions of the Presbyterian church Is every afternoon, after the performance, holding religious ser vices In which the audience is Invited to participate. The performers are also requested to remain. Too bad they are nearly all Hardshell Baptists. The Hippodrome continues to at tract big audiences to the three spec tacles, "A Trip to Japan." "The Bal let of Jewels" and "Inside the Earth." Amnnir the scenic novelties mav be , XT V l T T .' i r a I - " ... uie iv. i u.k mpponrome. n was mentioned the departure of an ocean nois. Indiana. Ohio and Kentucky. Becoming ANOTHER Is an ordeal which all women approach with dread, for nothing compares to the pain of child-birth. The thought if the suffering in store for her rohs the expectant mother of pleasant anticipations. Thousands of women have (bund 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-setld to women at the critical lime. Not only does Mother's Friend can y w omen safely through the perils of child-birth, but it prepares' the system tor the coming event, relieves "mornuig sickness," and other dis- f nmfnrts So1'' hJ druggist t $1 on tlon mailed free. THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.' Atlanta. Ga. Clubwomen Meet, Harrisburg. Pa., Nov. 10. Open ing addresses and a discussion mark ed the initial session this morning of the State Federation of Women's Club's annual meeting. The dele gates will be given a reception at the executive mansion this evening by Miss Cora Stuart, sister of Governor Stunrt. he who conceived and executed "A Yankee Circus on Mars." "The Hin doo Princess." "Andersonvllle." "The Raiders," and In fact everything which was presented there for the first two years of Its existence. Of the merit of these productions no better proof can be offered than the fact that the lowest box office state ment nnv weelf rt Ihn . tv.-v vnar-j irna . - ' "'." ' . i from view consmeraniy over 3U.uuu. since that time he has been a consulting expert, producing on his own account, merely accepting enormous fees for criticising the work of loss talented stage directors. Harry' Askln, however, succeeded in Inducing Mr. Temple to take en tire personal charge of the produc tion of "Lo." and as a consequence of his discipline (for he s a martinet of the .strictest typot the chorus move with a unison which Is almost unprecedented. One noticeable fea ture of his work is the grace with which his dancing steps are executed The girls' arms do quite as much as their feet, a feature of chorus work which almost every other stage di rector neglects, and so perfectly tim ed is everv movement that it all seems absurdly easy unless one Is clo.-e enough to the stage to sec per liner from the dock: the mikado's garden in Tokio with the fete of chrysanthemums In progress: the I'nited States Mttle fleet on the move; the palace in the center of the earth: the waterfall of living women, and the finale, when an army of sil ver clad soldiers, men and women, march Into the water, disappearing Every two months or so, you should give your piano a bath. A bath! That sounc odd, doesn't it? Nevertheless, it is the thing to do. Dissolve a quarter of a cake of Ivory Soap in a pint of boiling Wutu. When lukewarm, app!; to the woodwork with a soft cloth. Rinse with cold water, which should be applied with another soft cloth. Rub dry with a chamois. Ivory Soap 99oo Per Cent. Pure. 101 TO AILING WOMEN. A Mttle Sound Advice Win Help Many a Sufferer in Pendleton. No woman can be healthy and well If the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass off In the urine when the kid neys are well are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick. Kid- Raymond Hitchcock In "The Man Who Owns Broadway." is adding new drolllerlee to his performance at the j neys and bladder get inflamed and New York theater. The musical play swollen, crowding the delicate female is purely nnd simply an entertain ment, and the manner in which the author jests with the principles of technique and Interpolates gags upon the unities of time, place and action is enough to make Aristotle. BotleaU and I.esslng groan in their graves. NORTHERN EXPLORER PREPARES BIG SUPPLIES oqfans nearby and sometimes dis placing them. This is the true caui-e of many bearing-down pains, lame ness, backache, sldeache. etc. Uric poisoning also causes headache dizzy spells, languor, nervousness and rheumatic pain. When suffering so, try Poan's Kid ney Pills, the remedy that cures sick kidneys. You will get better as the kidneys get better, and health will return when the kidneys are well. Let tell yo-j about OTnmS FRIEND urn Scalded n' Shrieks horrified his grandmother1. Mrs Maria Taylor, of N'ebo, Ky., who writes that when all thought he would die iluek len's Arnica Salve wholly cured him. Infallible for burns, senilis. cuts, corns, wounds, bruises, cures, fever sores, hulls, skin eruptions. chil blains, chapped hands. Soon routs Plies. 2T. cents at Tnllman Co, Chicago Captain Roald Amund sen, the Norwegian Explorer, is on i a fcllow-sufft rer his way to Chicago from Christiana, j Doan's Kidney Pills. to secure the largest store of provl- Mrs. J. T. Galloway. C. ct., Elgin. sitting sions ever enrried by any expedition Ore., says: "Judging from the bene- the far north. The supplies are nt I derive. 1 from (loans Kidney epilation pouring off the dancers nt sufficient to last for seven years for , Pl-ls. I can recommend them as a the finish of ench number. Neither I his crew of 12. Captain Amends, n reliable remedy for the kidneys. I will he have in his company expert-1 Will start his dash for the frozen j used them principally for a severe enced girls if ho can help it. He pre-' north in July. Plans are being com- j pain across my back, which had en ters fresh, young enthusiasts, who pleted for the reception and welcome have no Ideas which they think su- of the hardy explorer by the Chicago perlor to his. but who are willing tO I Orographic society, while other plans are being laid to bring Sir Ernest Shaekletnn to the city during the coming year Captain Amundsen will arrive in Chicago on November 22. s very partlcu- do ns he tells them fl lar. The book and lyrics of "Lo" are the Joint effort of O. Henry, whose name is synonymous with the high est standard of American literature Of today and Franklin P. Adams, the Ksep your ey tfl Ellersl noyed me for some time The results that followed the use of the first box were so benefic'al that I continued taking them and my back has given me but little trouble since." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo, New Tork .sole agents. Remember the name- Doan': take no other. .