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AVE WE GETTIrJG WOR8E7
Remarkable Record for Crime for the
I( docs not contribute to our self,
complacency as a people to bo In
formed ,as wo are by tho Chicago
Tribune, that raoro crimes were com
mitted in this country In 1902 than
ever before In American history, that
tho number or murders increased 12
per cent In a single year, while the In
crease of suicides was much larger,
those among women being practically
trebled. This is a kind of record
breaking which we might surely wish
to lio spared. The total number of
murders and homicides of various
Kinds lor tno year was SS34, as com
pared with 7852 in 1901. A remarkn
ble fealuro in this connection was the
great increase of murders committed
by burglars, highwaymen and thieves,
tho number being 333 as compared
with 193 in 1901. The lynchlngs re
ported in 1002 show a decrease, being
but 96 as compared with 135 in 1901.
The rocord of embezzling, forgery, de
faulting and bank wrecking fur 1902
shows a considerable increase, the
total being $6,769,125 as compared
with $4,085,569 in 1901. Tho losses
are distributed as follows- Stolon by
public officials, $618,498; from banks,
$2,610,330; by agents, $1,032,641;
forgeries, $539,630; from loan asso
ciations, $470,400; by postmasters, $7,
202; miscellaneous st'aUngs, $1 187-C94.
Don't Keep Ererything
we do Keep a good big
of nice drv FloorinE-.
nr. Bustle and Finish.
J grades . Also all kinds
limension Lumber, in
Ing Lath and Bhlngles.
mock of Doors, Win-
tr Paper and Apple
complete, and any,.
need or i.iimiwr m
wrong In placing
order.with the : : :
Harbor Com. Co.
Wi ft C. R. Deoot
A Tribute to a Great Party.
This is a story told by Mclntyrc
"A good many years ago there was
a big colony of negroes in Ohio, who
.had been brought up from Virginia by
their master and set free. After the
war they began to tako an active
part In politics, and as in the aggre
gate they cast several hundred votes,
republican politicians paid a deal of
attention to them.
"During one campaign a speaker of
stato prominence wbr announced to
address a mass meeting In the negro
settlement. Several hundred negroes
gathered together and packed the lit
tle church, but the speaker failed to
appear. Finally an old slave, who
waB ono of the leaders' in tho commu
nity, got up and apologized for the ab
sence of the man who had been an
" Ah shall make a few brief an'
salubrious rcmabks,' said the old
man, 'suramin' up duh perlitercal sit-
yeration for you in a nutshell.
' 'When olo Jeemes Buchanan lef
duh whito house dey was jes' $18 in
dull treasury of duh United States,
an' dey wasn't a single gun in all duh
ahseulc of duh United States.
"Now fellah citizens, aftah 12
yeahs of republican rule I am heah to
tell you that they Is moah than $500
In duh national treasury air eery .n
smic in duh country arn full of
guns.' " Chicago Tribune.
will bo memorablo examples of stage
magnificence. Mr. Hanford will be at
the Frazer next Monday, In "Much
o a oou t NOimng."
The late Colonel Parker of Chicago,
one of tho most important figures in
American education, used to tell tho
story of an experience ne once had
when he was visiting a public school
A little Scotch boy Insisted In say
ng "doon" Instead of "down." Final
ly Colonel Parker Interrupted and
shouted "Down!" In good, strong
The little Scot stood undisturbed,
lut a youngster lu the rear of he
room jumped to his feet, reached out
l;is hand mechanically, and then sat
town with a confused look and a red
"Well, my boy," said Colonel Par
ker, "you must be a football enthusi
ast." "No, sir, I ain't. I run do elevntor
down to Morrison's." Exchango.
Hazy About Holmes.
According to a distinguished after
dinner speaker who was telling stor
ies at a dinner at Sherry's, a certain
Westerner, who figures verv largely
In Wall street read In the newspapers
about tho appointment of Justice
Holmes to a vacancy on the bench
of thf United States supreme court.
"Who Is this Judge Holmes?" In
quired tho Westerner of an acquaint
ance. "Is ho a son of Sherlock
"No," said the acquaintance. "Don't
you know that Sherlock Holmes is
not a real character!"
The Westerner was surprised, and
his companion added:
"Judge Holmes is a son of Oliver
"Who in thunder is he? I never
heard of him before," said tho Westerner.
WORK ON PACIFIC C'ABCE.
Line Between Manila and Honolulu
to Be Completed July 4.
On the steamer Alameda, 17 em
ployes of the Commercial Pacific Ca
ble Company will leavo San Francis,
co for Honolulu with 350 tons of
freight and provisions. These men
will Include the chief operator for
Midway, four for Guam and a num
ber of carpenters and electricians,
The freight which they tako with
them include frame houses, tentst
cable Instruments, batteries and all
the necessary paraphernalia for in
stalling Instruments and establishing
stations at the landing stations at
Midway and Guam.
Charles Curtis, chief electrician of
the Mackay company, has Just arriv
ed at San Francisco from tho Fast on
his way to the Orient to meet the
cable ships that aro to lay the cable
between Manila and Honolulu. He
says that the work will begin at Ma-
una and will bo completed by July 4.
i Flie Te'low Newtowft.Asple,
toly 90 cents a box, ' ' k"
Fresh Rtiftok Eggs, 15 cents a
We have the Famous
will convince you
Just to show the gross injustice of
It all, we call attention to the custom
which docs not permit a woman to
propose and still expects her to keep
the conversation going. Puck.
The Heal Condition.
The teacher of grammar and rhe
toric wrota a sentence on the black
board, and then called upon William.
"John can ride the horse if he
wants to," lead the teacher. "Rewrite
the sentence in another form."
William turveyed it dubiously for a
moment; then a flash of inspiration
showed him his path.-
"John can ride the horse if the
horse wantc him to;" he wrote." Ex.
Monopole, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
D. KEMLER &
The Big Store in a
Alta Stroet, Opposite Savings Bank
In Pendleton and out a few miles.
Farms or small Tracts.
$10.50 per aero buys 160-acro farm
with crop, 9 miles from town.
$6,000 buys 480 acres, spring water,
9 miles out,
$3,200 buys 160 acres, now homo, only
2 miles from Pendleton!
$4,500 buys 8G0 acres, part bottom,
some timber, growing crop a rare
$800 buys 5-acre homo near city
limits, mostly bottom in alfalfa
just what you are looking for.
$1,500 buys 20 lots Irrigated, fruit;
$2,200 5-acro homo; well Improved
bottom land, irrigated for garden
$2,600 A Kl-ncre home; well Improv
440 acres; choice grain lnnd 9 miles
N. T. Conkiin.
'Phone, Red 277.
"II unncmrf 1
Pure and Mellow,
Rich and 1) Urate.
for Slc t'j
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Go where they all go, to
Howling, Shooting, Pool
Corner Main find Wobb Sts. X
Tho Oregon Dally Journal can bo
found on salo at Frazler's book store.
Alia and Lillith Sts.
, formerly of the Hotel
cnaieeof theOM ru
eed Yard, and would be
i , ;ul Jr norses.
stalls, large corrals for
sua cattle. Hay and
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Some Buddhist Laws.
Prof. Maxwell Sommervllle was dis
cussing the other day the Buddhist
faith, for which he has a profound re
spect. Some of the striking tenets
of bubbhism that he quotes were:
Use not perfume about thy person.
To cough or sneeze in order to win
the notice of a group of girls is a sin.
Destroy no tree.
Drink no intoxicating beverage.
Care for the aged and infirm.
It is sinful to think one way and to
It is sinful to pass judgment on the
acts of other men.
Give no flowers to women and sing
no gay songs.
KeeD neither silver nor gold.
When you eat make not a noise like
It is a sin to eat of the flesh of man,
elephant, horse, crocodile, dog, cat,
ticer or serpent.
A priest may not waBh himself in
the twilicbt or dark, lest be should
unknowingly kill some insect or other
Iend nothing on interest. Philadel
Joseph Went to Work.
An old Dodge county, Neb., farmer,
sent his boy to college to study Latin
Not being satisfied with tho course of
the young hopeful, he recalled mm
from' school and placing him by the
side of a cart one day, thUB addressed
him: "Now, Joseph, here is a fork and
there is a hean of manure and a cart;
what do you call them in Latin?"
Forklbus. cartlbus et manurlbus,
said JoseDh. "Well, now." said the
old man. "if vou don't take that fork
lbus and nitch that manurlbus Into
that cartlbus. I'll break your lazy
backlbu8." Joseph went to work.
Where He Could Get It.
A Winona, Minn., druggist had been
worried the other morning and his
temner was none the sweetest. A
customer called and ' got a pound of
"Ten cent!" exclaimed tho pur
chaser. "Why, I can get a pound of
sulphur at Blank's for a nickel, any
"Is that bo?" snapped the aruggisi.
"Well. If you go to hell, you'll get
it for nothing."
Charles B. Hanford.
Th. JomanJ fn, rharfnK R. Han-
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comedy, as evidenced by a volumnlous
correspondence wltn managere, um
been ao great that his tour this sea-
ann nvAf.a . a larm AarTM the fiamO
cities that accorded him auch a bril
liant and appreciative audiences lasi
year. His company has been made in
nvnrv t-AnnAct minArior to its prede
cessor, and its scenery and costumes
This age of advancement forward steps are taken in harness makinc as
well as other branches of manufacturing. The greatest improvement in
harness is the new attachment which makes harness humane. This new
improvement is a sliding device which is attached to the hames and breeching and
gives the harness an opportunity to move with the action of the horse's body. It
works on the same principle as the latest suspender. The advantages of the Hu
mane Harness are many and among them are
The comfort and ease they give to
Horses wearing them ; Will outlast
the old style harness; does away
with the back band; prevents the rub
bing of the skin and thus prevents
sores and blisters.
The Humane Harness is simple and made according to the most correct principles,
one interested in harness should fail to thoroughly investigate the new idea.
Don't buy old style harness until you
have seen the Humane Harness. It's
a revelation in harness making.
The Humane Harness is manufactured under contract with the patentee, exclusively by
ua, we having the solo right in Umatilla county, and will prosecute infringements.
The Humane Harness device can be attached to any harness at a small expense,
and let us show how nicely it works and how simple it is to attach it.
J. A. SMITH,
2iS Cottft Street
Harness, Saddles, Wagon Covers, TenU, Spurs, Harness Oil, String Leather,
Bridles, Whips, Brushes, Collars, Chaps, Etc.