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MR. HERRICK, OF THE DEN
VER POST, IN PENDLETON.
Sees Many Good Things Here A Lit.
tie Jealous Finds a Modest Man
The Evening Paper.
Herbert Alonzo Herrlck, Sunday
Editor of the Denver Post, and late
war correspondent of the New York
Herald, spent the day In Pendleton
yesterday, the guest of the East Ore
gonian. Mr. Herrick knows a good
ining wnen no sees it and saw many
good things In Pendleton and Umatil
la county. He was busy a large por
tion of the day gathering photographs
and data for nn extended lllustratorf
write-up of this section.
The Inland Empire.
He claims that this section has not
only scenery almost cmialllne that of
uoiorado. but that Its resources are
equally as interesting. Even our In
dians Interested htm and ho secured
some fine views of some of the most
noted men of the reservation.
He said it was dlfflcu.i. to realize
how rapidly this country had grown
since his last visit, and that too, so
far from Colorado anu the Mldie West.
When the people of tho Middle West
start this way, they expect to run into
a frontier country, a country such as
Colorado was 50 years ago, but they
are surprised to find the same progress
here as in the Middle West, and in
some places, admitted Mr Herrick, a
little more progress than they find nt
many points in the Middlo West. What
Is known as the Inland Empire sec
tion is really the most attractive point
in the West at this time. This, he
claims. Is brought about by tho recent
passage of the irrigation laws.
Irrigation at the Bottom.
Colorado has long been the central
point In the fight for the passace ot
these laws and has given' more atten
tion to tile subject of irrigation than
any state In the Union, and as a con
sequence most of the arid lands there
are taken. It Is generally understood
throughout the country that they are
still open in tho country, and for that
reason the world is looking this way.
He wonders why so many are still va
cant with the great value attached to
them. Such locations as are here
would be scrambled after back in Col
When told of our wheat, our stock
our wool, our hundreds of resources,
the gentleman appeared Jealous for a
moment It is the custom of Colorado
people to feel themselves superior in
ail of these points, but when they ex-
amine into the existing conditions
they find that they havo a rival here,
with the advantage of both water and
rail transportation that may some day
outstrip them In many ways
A Modest Man.
He thinks Major Moorehouse, of
Pendleton, Is the most modest person
he ever met. He had been informed
that the major was an amateur pho
tographer. In looking over the ma
jor's collection of photographs, and he
has occasion to examine thousands of
photographs every month for his pub
lication, he said: "Some one told me
you were only an amateur." "That's
all," replied the major. "If you are
an amateur, there are a whole lot of
amateurs In the country posing as ex
perts," Then he looked at another of
the famous amateur's productions and
continued: "Where did you get on to
that side-light?" "Just picked it up,"
replied Mr. Moorehouse. "There is
but one other man In the United
States that has picked that up, and he
claims to be the originator and the
anly one that can do that class of
work," replied the newspaper man.
He went away believing that the ma
jor is the most modest man he ever
met, or that the major and his friends
were deceiving him.
The Evening Paper.
'I see you are running an evening
paper, and a good one, too," remarked
Mr. Herrick. "The evening paper
:j MM . 20,00
At no time since
Oregon has become
a State has such
prices been made
IT COST NOTHING
TO LOOK AT THEM
Shapes you don't soo auywhere
but at the
WAITED FOR PIE.
Members of the James & Warde Com
Will sell you lots and residences
for a small pajment down, and
balance in installments, or will sell
in any other way.
Pendleton is admitted to be the
principal city of Eastern Oregon.
Its future is assured, You should
invest in real estate here. It is
safe and sure Invest now. Do
not wait until property is higher.
Of AH KindM For Sale
the paper of the day. But for the fact
that the Associated Press is owned by
the morning papers and is compelled
to work against the evening papers
the morning paper would soon become
strictly secondary throughout tho
country. The evening paper has all of
the aclvantake. In spite ot the fact
that the Associated Press Is practical
ly fighting the evening paper It is com
ing to the front right along and the
statistics show that it is gaining the
lead both In circulation and as a bus
iness Institution. ,
"The news of tho world Is practi
cally In for the evening paper when
it goes to press and the rnoring paper
is more of a rehash, or padding out of
what lias already been published in
the evening paper. Men of all classes
usually get up and go about their
work while their minds are fresh
They merely glance over the head
lines of the morning paper If it Is con
venient to see if anything special has
Happened since tho gvenlng paper
was issued. But at night, when tho
day's work Is done, tuey sit down,
take up tho evening paper and read
at their leisure all of the news of the
day It Is a recreation to them. It
1b what gives tho evening paper the
circulation. This gives It business,
and this 1b what Is bringing the even
ing paper to the front In spite of all
opposition, and will make It the pa
per of this century,"
Mr. Herrick went from here to
Spokane, at which place he will spend
several days, after which he will
spend tbo remainder of his vacation
viewing the sights of the Pacific
pany Get Left at La Grande.
Few who enjoyed Saturday night's
presentation of "The Tempest" knew
that several uf those enacting pioiii
Ir.ent roles li the p-;:fi" unco had
troubles of their own. through not l.o
Ing acquainted with the inner work
ings of the O. It. & N. passenger train
schedule, says the Baker City Herald.
As It was, the actors mentioned came
within ace of "hiking upon the tlra"
from La Grande to this city aul thus
demonstrate the trad'ioiial ability if
a tragedian as a track walker. .
From La Grande advice it is glean
ed that the troupe arrived nt the beet
sugar town In poRs-r-Hiun of ravenous
appetites. The train as c littlf i!ow
and as some time wn c w-Mned at
that station the ulijcts of I'rospejo
thought the opportunity ripe to satisfy
tho cravings of the inner man. Ac
cordingly the whistle sounded, wings
were shifted and the starving ones
stepped forth and headed for a cara
After hurriedly devouring every
thing in sight and being prevented
from raiding the culinary department
only by the knowledgethat time was
more essential than pies, they in I g rat
ed to the depot. No train was seen
ind upon reaching the platform, in
stinct compelled their gaze to bo
turned east where they discovered
the last Pullman vanishing in the din
tance. i'assago was secured upon a
freight train which pulled out soon
after, though some difficulty was ex
perlenced in convincing the crew- that
they were not "hamfat stars and in
tent upon beating the company. They
reached here safe and had timo to
Ilnp tip again before "going on."
One Solid Week.
Mies Clara Mathes and company
will open a week's engagmcnt at Fra
zer's opera house, Monday October 20.
producing the latest eastern dramatic
successes and refined vaudeville. Tho
plays used by this company are new
to tho west. Spoclal scenory. cos
tumes, properties and electrical ef
fects are carried for each production.
A special and pleasing featuro of the
Clara Mathes performance is the In
troduet'on of specialties between acts
making the performance continuous
and doing away with long waits and
Miss Mathes and company will use
ror their opening performance the
great eastern success, "In the Philip
pines," a comedy drama. Miss Mathes
will be seeu in the character of a Bed
Cross nuite. Specialties will bo intro
duced by Miss Emma Mathes, Mr.
Oswald Roberts, Rowo & Cleveland.
the Lawrences and Bert Vau Cleve.
Prices for this engagment 10, 20 and
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Sluaher Playing Football,
The Chicago papers of recent date,
containing Die writo-up of a recent
football game in that city botween
Lake Forest Collego and Notre Dame
College teams, give Dalo Blusher, who
is playing full-back, great credit for
his work on the team. The paper
states that Rlusher and a player
named Black on right end, playod a
star game and won tho applause of
tho large crowd In attendance, Slush,
or writes to rrlends hero that the
Iake Forest football team Is stronger
this season than ever before and li
going to win its share of the football
games from all comers.