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1 I PAGE TWO. DAILY EAST ORBGOXIAV, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, Al'GVST 13, 1910. EIGITl PAGES. Get Acquainted Now if You Haven't Been Wearing Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes It,- pretty cirtaiu that you've tlicnijrlit about the matter at. some time or other, and you'll never have a hotter chance to get acquainted with the best in Men's Clothes than right now, at this store. To niako itiihu for fall gtxxls, which will be coming in soon, we are offering all our sum mer weight u us at prices that will sell them out quickly. A great many of these are the cele brated Hart Schaffner & Marx suits; the best fabrics and the best work manship to be had. We must get the room on our shelves and are glad to get your gxvl will by selling such goods at prices that mean a big sav ing to you. Suits that were $15.00 .you can buy now at I $9.85 Suits that were $16.50 you can buy now at . $11.65 Suits that were $17.50 you can buy now at '. $12.35 Suits that were $18.50 you can buy now at $13.50 Suits that were $20.00 you can buy now at $14.75 Suits that were $22.50 you can buy now at $15.85 Suits that were $25.00 you can buy now at T-L $17.90 Suits that were $26.50 you can buy now at $18.75 Suits that were $27.50 you can buy now at $19.80 temM mm II, Coytight Hart (chitfner 6c Uirx The Peoples Warehouse-Where it Pays to Trade Stetson Hats, Manhattan Shirts, The Home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes, J no. B. ' Johnson-Murphy Shoes. mi REPRESENTATIVES OF MANY NATIONS WILL GATHER TO SPEAK A COMMON TONGUE Washington. Men and women from thirty-five countries will gather In Washington soon but there will be no babel of voices for the men and women will be the delegates to the Sixth International Esperanto congress which Is to be in session August 14 to 20. Though the delegates are coming here from the fartherest points of the world yet there will be no confusion of mother tongues but a free con versation in a common language. Approximately 1,600 delegates are expected, and a program, elaborate for a 'convention of such a nature Mis been prepared. Distinguished lin guists of this and other countries will be present and these men will tran sact the business necessary to the dis semination of their Idiom. Aside from the serious meetings and discussions many interesting fea tures have been prepared for the seven days of the congress. There will be an elaborate open air presentation of Shakespeare's "As You Like It" by the Hickman players. The lines have been translated Into Esperanto by Dr. Ivy Kellerman, of Washington, and with the players drilled until they are letter perfect. The spectacle of men and women from all sections of the globe easily following the performance will be witnessed. Another of the features standing out from the program of the week is the ball game on the afternoon of Thursday, August 18. Space has been reserved at the ball park of the Wash ington American league team and the delegates to the Esperanto convention will attend the game In a body. Many of the delegates will be treated to their first exhibition of the American game biit the play will be understood by all. The officers of the American association of Esperantists have had translated into Esperanto a baseball guide especially prepared for this day by one of the leading baseball writers of Washington, It has also been rumored that Um pire Silk O'Laughlin has been drilled by an Esperantist and will give his decisions in the common language. Some trouble was experienced in translating the "strike tuh!" slogan of the famous umpire. On the Sunday of the congress special morning meetings will be held the action of a board of special In quiry, he brewed a dye from the lead of an indelible pencil and soaked his long beard in it. The next application was Intended for the hair of the head, but when the dye had well set, he discovered too late that it was blue, not black, and quite as indelible as It had been advertised. With a snow white head and an imposing ultra marine blue beard, Lubowsky probably will be deported. life on Panama Canal. has had one frightful drawback ma laria trouble that has brought suf fering and death to thousands. The germs cause chills fever and ague, bil iousness, Jaundice, lassitude, weakness and general debility. But Electric Bitters never fal to destroy them and cure maralia troubles. "Three bot tles completely cured me of a very severe attack of malaria," writes Wm. A. Fretwell of Uucama, N. C, "and I've had good health ever since." Cure stomach, liver and kidney trou bles and prevent typnold, 50c. Guar anted by Koeppen Bros. SKKK WHITER OP SEDITIOUS POEMS NORTHWEST NOTES jTacoma tournament, in straight setsjtn the Episcopal nnd Catholic church Candidate Against Assembly. (rolled into some stones, sustaining a Salem. Or. John Leland Hender- 1 cut scalp and a bruised side. The ac son of Hood River has filed with the I cident .was due o his having no al secreUry of state his declaration of ' penstock. W. S. Horan of Eugene, intention of becomine a. candidate on ! Brands Benefiel and -C. W. Whlttle- 6-1 and 6-4. Miss Hotchkiss played a remarkable game. tM republican ticket for the house j of -representatives horn the twenty ninth representative district. He aaya he will fight all movements which have for their object the repeal of the direct primary law, the corrupt pracSces act or the recall law, and al so that he will vote for the popular choice for United States senator. He adapts as his slogan, "Republican for statement number one, and against the assembly." sey of Portland, assisted Currier in the ! remainder of the descent. Currier's Ls the only mishap the Mazamas have met with since camp was reached Sat urday afternoon. Driver Dragged by Team. Grangeville. Idaho. While hauling water on the ranch of Ben Zehner with a four-horse team Tuesday after noon, Percy Leffler, the driver, had the misfortune of letting them get from under his control. la the runaway he became entan gled in the lines and was aragged sev eral hundred feet before getting loose. The accident happened about three miles from town and Mr. Leffler was at once brought In, where, upon ex amination, it was found that beyond some severe bruises he was unhurt. The damage to the team and outfit Wis slight. I';rtt lire Roported. Roseburg. Or. Reports reached this city Wednesday that a large for est fire ls raging at Dumond Bar. 15 miles east of Tiller, this county. A force of men. headed by Forest Su pervisor S. C. Bartrum of this city, ls fighting the fire. It is reported that quite a number of small fires have been extinguished in that vicin ity the past few days. Alfalfu Crop I Iirgo. Walla Walla. Wash. Alfalfa hay ls a considerable product in the Wal la Walla valley this year, and It is es timated that 2000 cars, or 30,000 tons will be shipped from this city this season. The average price so far is $12, the price running from $11 to $13. This will make a return of some $350,000, more than a third of a mil lion dollars v Mazama Sustains Injuries. Camp Riddell, Or. George H Cur rier of Rainier, in returning from an ascent of Mount Middle Sister Wed- champion, Girl Beats Man Champion. Seattle. As a feature of the tennis tournament here Wednesday, Miss Hazel Hotchkiss, national tennis defeated Sam Russell, nendiy, slipped on a snow bank and northwest champion, by virtue of the SEttMOJf-PROVIDIXG AGENCIES FI RXISH SERMONS TO CLERGY New York. While it ls possible such things are known In this coun try as preachers having their ser mons written for them by others, up i , V. ; a . ... . . 1, Viae i . Vi ii r 1 1 a . i n. u In r recognized husinpsa undertaking as it has been in England. There are on the other side special sermon-providing agencies which, for the sum of $1.25 will send a . manu script which 'has no duplicate; the usual terms for one written specially are $2.50. Generally the writers are clergymen, some of wnom have agen cies of their own, but recently a new class has sprung into oe:ng, constitu ted of ordinary Journalists, who have turned to this branch of writing. The batter agencies have men In their employment who devote their attention to special brunches of the trade. Thus, one firm claims to have specialists in the following branches: Foreign, home, mission, baptism, mat rimony funeral, flower, temperance, territorials, introductory and fare well. One advertisement reads: "Modern sermons. Original written, by hand. All subjects 2s 6d each. Spe cial harvest 6s. Confined to the clergy. Edited by M. A. Oxon." Another is as follows: "Original sermons in clear MS. Lithography by beneficed clergyman, late traveling fellow and chancellor's medalist of his university." In many cases there. is no false sen timent about the trade, the clerical authors attaching their names and addresses in full. These advertise ments appeal to all, being specially prepared for use by clergymen of the high church, low church and so on. S' Wheat Ranch For SALE Consists of 640 acres, all in cultivation, half in sum mer fallow and half in stubble. Average 30 bushels of wheat to the acre and has run as high ai 42 bushels Fair house on the land and barn room for 26 head of horses. Good machine Shed. Splendid Water, Windmill and Two Cisterns, About Three Acres of Bearing Fruit TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS WITH PENDLETON Located six miles west of Myrick and 12 mills northwest of Pendleton near German hall. Will Sell for $60 an Acre if Sold Before Oct. 1st .. ; - JOHN H. PETERS, PENDLETON, OREGON es where ns much of the services as possible will be In Esperanto. It Is expected that sermons In Esperanto will be delivered. On the following day the congress will settle down to serious work. The Esperanto Academy whose duty It is to preserve the language in Its virgin purity will meet, as will also the International Council and the International Scientific Association of Esperantists. On Wednesday evening ten hand some premiums will be awarded to the winners In literary contests, each having presented a thesis on a cer tain assigned subject written In Es peranto. Between the business sessions of the congress the delegates will enjoy many opportunities for sight-seeing offer ed by the capital city. Many business men of Washington will have adver tisements printed In Esperanto. One j of the largest sight-seeing auto com panies has already secured a Wash ington guide book printed In Esper anto. At the congress will be detailed policemen of the Metropolitan police department who have been especially Instructed In Esperanto. These offi cers a clnss Instructed during the last several months by General Sec retary Reed are now experts and this too is looked upon as one of the expected triumphs of the' congress. On Friday the "grand International ball" will be held and this promises to be one of the most attractive so cial features of the convention. The dance cards will be engraved In Es peranto and the delegates will appear In their national uniforms. No" attempt Is being made on the part of the Esperantists to substitute their language for the mother tongues of the world but they are trying to convince the world that the universal language is invaluable from many standpoints. If successfully forced forward. It will mean a revolution In business methods and make Interna tional trading, the Esperantists claim, a simple work. In a commercial ,way, they claim. It Is of practical advantage to all do ing business beyond their national borders; scientifically by offering op portunity for an international version of all the great scientific works of the world. For travellers, they state, It Is an Immeasurable blessing, elimi nating the Inconveniences of having to contend with so many foreign tongues Last year Secretary Reed traveled from Northern France to Barcelona, Spain, speaking nothing but Esperanto. With the full establishment of this international language, It Is claimed, will come a greater amount of Inter national communication and a conse quent fuller understanding of the true "brotherhood of man." Cairn. The Egyptian authorities are searching for a certain shlek, All el Ghayatl, who Is alleges to be the author of a collection of poems Jn which the crime of Wardnnl is con doned and the judges who passed sen tence of death upon him are violent ly abused. The collection, which comprises 129 pages, Incites Egyptians to revolt against the occupation, and Is supple mented by a translation of the "Mar seillaise" adapted to the occasion. Some copies of this seditious collee tlon of poems have been seized by the police in public streets and steps are being taken for the trial of the au thor. The latter, however, has dlsap peared from Cairo, and Is belleveed to have gone to his native town of Da mletta, whither Instructions have been sent to effect his arrest. Meanwhile search is being made In Cairo for further copies of the sedltl ous poems. A copy discovered In the possession of a servant In the employ of the principal nationalist newspa per has led to the discovery of about 40 in the house of a member of the staff of that paper, who, however, admitted having received the conies from the author himself. Many requests from catarrh suffer era who use atomizers have caused us to put up Liquid Cream Balm, a new and convenient form of Ely's Cream Balm, the only . remedy for catarrh which can always be depended on. in power to allay inflammation, to cleanse the clogged air-passages, to promote free, natural breathing, the two forma of Cream Balm are alike. Liquid cream Balm Is sold by all drugglBts for 75 cents. Including spraying tube. Mailed by Ely Bros., 56 Warren Street, New York. WORTH MOUNTAINS OF GOLD During Change of Life, says Mrs. Chas. Barclay Graniteville, Vt-"I s. Pa9inf through the Chunifeof Life andsuffered irOUl lit l luunucoa andotherannoyin symptoms, and I can truly nay that LydiaE.nnkliam'8 Vegetable Com pound has proved worth mountains of gold to me, as it restored my health and strength. I never forget to tell my friends what LvdiaE.I'iiikhr.m's Vegetable Compound has done for mo during this trying period. Complete restoration to neaiin means u mucu to me that for the sake of other suffer ing women I am willing to make mr . trouble public so you may publish ' tliis letter." Mus. Chas. Bakclay, K.F.D.,Graniteville, Vt. No other medicina fcr woman's ills has received such wide -spread and un qualified endorsement. So other med icine we know of has such a record of cures of female ills as has Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetable tomiHumO. For more than 30 years it has been curing female complaints such at inflammation, ulceration, local weaK nesses, tibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, indigestion and nervous prostration, and it is unequalled for carrying women safely through the period of change of life. It costs but little to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and, asMr8.Barclaysays.it is "worth moun tains of gold ' to suffering women. 1MB I'XRMER PENDLETON BALL PLAYER IS HEARD KItOM SIGNAL AIRSHIPS. Dlsajrreoable at Ilome, Lots of men ana women who are agreeable with others, get "cranky" at home. Its not disposition, Its the liver. If you find In yourself that you feel cross around the house, lit tle things worry you, just buy a bot tle of Ballarr's Herblne and put your liver In shape. You arrd everybody around you will feel better for It. Price 60 cents per bottle A. C. Koep pen & Bros. BEARD IS BRIGHT BLUE. Aged Iinmlirrnnt I'so Dye to Fool Officers, Picks Wrong Color. . New York. There Is now on exhi bition nt the Federal detention sta tion on Ellis Island a true bluebeard, nationality Russian, aged 70 years, beard long, curly and a bright blue, Moses Lobowskl heard on his trip across the ocean that It was difficult for the aged and Infirm to get Into the United States, so when he was turned aside at Ellis Island to await 1". S. May Add ZcmUns Before .WIIuim-n for Military Defense. Washington. Military experts of the war department have under con sideration a plan to add the dirigible balloon or airship to the equipment of the signal corps. A strong plea will be made to congress during the coming seson for an appropriation sufficient to enable the department to purchase one or two airships of the Zeppelin type and to build a plant necessary for the maintenance of these aerial monsters. This means that the army Is not as yet ready to adopt the aeroplane as a part of the military equipment for national defense. The experts are of the opinion that the dirigible has been perfected, while the aero plane Is still in the experimental stage. Recent accidents to aeroplane operators have accentuated this point of view. The dirigible, they say, is making trips with a high degree of certainty and has demonstrated Its usefulness as a war machine not only for scouting purposes, but for carry, ing materials and men and weapons which could be used to great advan tage. This pronouncement on the merits of the dirigible by the officers of the general staff Is the present decision on the controversy which has been maintained by the partisans of the two types since the aeroplane came Into the aeronautic field. The army has faith In the dirigibles, despite the ac- cldents to the Zeppelin ships, and has not faith In the aeroplane whatever hope there Is of its further develop ment. It Is the ultimate purpose of the signal corps, according to the gen eral plan which has been adopted, to establish the aerial corps as subsi diary to the coast artillery corps. Sta tions will be established for the big airships at forts along the coast so that they may be ready ror service either In connection with rival en gagements or In case of attack by a foreign navy or In connection with land maneuvers. As a part of their practice work the big ships will sail up and down the coast In order to train themselves for their work as a sort of aerial scouting line running the entire country. . If congress, which has shown much opposition to such innovations as flying machines, can te persuaded to adopt tho point of view of the general staff It would not be an unusual sight within a year or two, to see a huge cigar-shaped dirigible sailing over any coast city. It Is expected, at least, that the In terest in dirigibles which has waned In the United States srnce the Wright brothers demonstrated the possibili ties of the aeroplane will revive again and It Is hoped that further Improve ments over the Zeppelin type, making them still more valuable for air navl gatlon, will be brought about. Pendleton baseball fans will re member Ralph Hayes, who pitched for this city's star baseball team of a few years ago which cleaned up all of the Independent teams In the north west. Many of them also knew that since he was attending an eastern school at the time he played here un der an assumed name In order that he might not be debarred rrom Inter collegiate athletic contests on the grounds of being a professional. They will therefore recognise in the Ralph Glaze of the following article the star twlrler of the Pendleton baseball team: Waco, Texas, Aug. . Baylor grid Iron fans are elated over the prospect of having Ralph Glaze of Dartmouth as football coach for the 1910 sea son. Athletics all over the state will De interested in this announcement, and no doubt many of them will come to Waco next year to benefit by the experience and Inside knowledge of football of two such veterans as Glaze and Mills. Enoch J. Mills will coach his third football gquud In Baylor next year. Besides being an all-southwestern quarterback he is the man who coach ed the Baylor team that beat Tulane In 190S, the only game Tutano lost that year, and the Haskell Indians In 1909, Baylor's most glorious victo ries. Glaze ls an all-American and an old Dartmouth star and a football and baseball coach with a national reputa tion. Th East Oregon Ian Is Eastern Ore gon's representative paper. It leads. and the people appreciate It and show It by their liberal patronage. It Is the advertising medium of the section. Is constant day and SIGALS OF DISTRESS. Pondleton People Should Know How to Read and Heed Them. Sick kidneys give many signals of distress. The secretions are dark, contain a sediment. Passages are frequent, scanty, painful. Backache night. Headaches and dizzy spells are fre quent. The weakened kidneys need quick neip. Don't delay! Use a special kidney remedy. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys, backache and urinary disorders Pendleton evidence Droves this statement. L. Grecnawald. 414 Lincoln street. Pendleton, Ore., says: "I had severe attacks of backache and there was much soreness across my kidneys. I was also annoyed by a burning; sensa tion when voiding the kidney secre tions nnd the pnssages were too fre quent. Being advised to try Doan's Kidney Pills. I did so and the contents of one box cured me. I have had no cause for complaint since." For sale by all dealers. Price EO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. ' Dally East Oregonlan by carrier only es cents per montb. Quick Relief or an upset stomach, hic coughs, a sick.headache, con stipated bowels, or a bilious attack is secured by using pills:...; Sold Everywhere, In boxes 10c, and 25c. if.. v.