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nM,AN PENDLETON. OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 19Q3.
Published over? afternoon (except Sunday)
at I'cndleton, Oregon, by the
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There la alwayri a demand for
a bettor article, a better effort
In any art, or a better service
of any kind, than tlioso beforo
produced. Whon you are sure
yours is the better effort, push
It. Got It before the people.
Talent In art or Invention Is ono
thing. Talont for pushing that
art or Invention Is quite another.
You must, to bo successful, have
both. The world rewards the,
man who makes himself known.
Hundreds of able Inventors and
artists fall becauso thoy do not
understond the nrt ot pushing
themselves beforo the world.
forced to change their occupation at
unfurcnt seasons of tho year. But
the Idea Is growing.
If co-oporatlon Is good In railroad
mergers, street car lines, packing
plants and tobacco factories, It Is
good in washing dirty shirts and
spreading paint and tho same princi
ple which makes union profltablo in
largo enterprises will make It so In
small ones. All that Is lacking Is the
nerve to make tho test.
One good is certainly going to re
sult from Portland's labor trouble.
The unions are going to enter tho
field with co-oporativo Industries
the Individuals will becomo share
holders Instead of being servants,
and the profits thnt havo boon going
to contractors will go to those who
learn them by hard knocks.
Already tho painters and laundry
workers havo organized co-oporntlvo
Institutions and arc now doing busi
ness on tuo socialist plan.
These co-operative enterprises nro
flooded with work. Under wlso man
agement they will gradually drive
every competitor out of tho field, for
men have a Joy In doing work for
themselves that is not known to
them In tho wage slavery system.
Prom tho insignificant position of
a wage worker, tho laundry girl sud
denly becomes nn owner and director
In the enterprise. From tho small
pittance of $1 per day or less, she
enjoys an equal division of the profits
of tho enterprise nnd has a vote in
She feels a conscious prldo In her
work, because her individual ' skill
nnd effort will invito trado to tho In
dustry and increased trade means in
creased profit to hor.
It Is a now llfo for tho wage worker,
a larger life, n broader life, a llfo of
greater possibility, of greater oppor
tunity. Tho laborer hesitates upon tho
verge of co-operatlvo Industry bo
cause ho doubts his own ability. Ho
has been so long accustomed to a
boss that ho questions his own power
If discernment and ability to manage.
Tho acuto labor trouble In Portland
is forcing tho tradesmen to enter tho
field of co-oporatlon, and onro In tho
business, well established, nnd no
wage system could puraundo them to
Looking at tho subject from tho
practical point of vlow, what is tho
need of tho man who stands between
the painter and tho man with a house
Can't theso two men come to tonus
on prices and conditions, without tho
intervention of a third man? Tho
profits or tho Job might ns well go to
the man who does tho work ns to be
divided up with a man who iIooh not
touch tho Job?
Slowly tho people of tint largo cities
are looming to think. If thoy won't
think voluntarily, trouble will force !
them (o think. Necessity will force1
them to seek now uveuties for their j
Portlund's strikes, lockouts and 1
stagnation will duvelop into a per
petual blessing io the worklngmen if
thoy recognlzo the opportunity nnd
firmly grasp It.
Conservative management, wlso and
Just dealing with tho public, good sor
vico nnd buslnossllko principles will
win tho day for tho now co-oporatlvo
In smallor towns tho principle Is
not yet applicable Trades nro not
so well donned, whoro many ruon aro
Ono of tho great dnilles of St.
Petersburg prints a long wall about
tho enmity exhibited by the Ameri
can people toward Ilussla, and recites
several Instances of friendly nid given
to the people of tho United States by
Ilussla. Tho artlclo complains that
tho American school histories con
tain nothing referring to the friend
ship shown by Russia to tho United
Stntes at tho foundation of and de
fense of tho Union, and concludes as
follows: "Tho Russian foreign office
should publish in English a sketch of
the relations between the Russian
nnd American governments, begin
ning with the time of Catherine and
ending with the Spanish-American
war, from both diplomatic archives
and American published records, and
send tho same to 3,000 American pa
pers. If a third of this number notice
tho book a sympathetic movement
would bo Inaugurated in tho cause.
With Its tremendous importance, It Is
a great error to despise tho American
press In conducting our foreign af
fairs." If Russia expects to receive
tliis hoped-for support of tho Ameri
can press, sho will have to becomo
civilized In her manner toward those
who disagree with hor on religious
matters. Sho must desorvo favorable
comment before sho gets It from tho
American. Ho has the habit of con
demning wrong wherever he sees it,
nnd tho Russian Idea of "leso majeste"
does not unnorve the hand of the edi
torial writer here.
The proposed merger of Northwest
ern woolen mills marks un epoch In
thnt great industry on tho Pacific
Coast. Tho now combine will Include
nine mills, and will capitalize at $3,
500,000. The object of tho merger Is
to do away with the cost of sales
men and tho sharp competition of
trade. Bach mill will be specialized
and will turn out but one article and
tho output of this article will be
gnuged by tho demand. At present
each mill is manufacturing all the
various articles produced by a mod
ern woolen mill. Each mill has its
salesmen fighting for trade in terri
tory necessarily covered by com
petitors. Each mill divides Its ef
fort In producing stuff that Is not
wanted and In order to reduce ex
penses, reduce tho output to the ac
tual demand and to simplify manage
ment, the merger is resorted to. It
is tho universal tendency In all the
groat Industries and will ripen into
co operation in timo.
In three-fourths of the wheat area
of tho Inland Empire, n failure is
absolutely unknown. A shortage in
the remaining one-fourth cannot re
duce tho total to any alarming extent.
Smith, tho negro murderer who
killed his white wife, In Portland,
paid the highest penalty yesterday.
Hor acts cruzed him with Jealousy
and ono minute of folly cost two
GULF CTREAM'S SOURCE.
AV. S. Howard, until recently at
tached to tho steamer lllake, of the
United States coast survey, is quot
ed by tho Philadelphia Inquirer ns
saying thnt observations made by
Hlake's crew covering a period of
three months, determined beyond a
possibility of a doubt thnt tho moon
affects tho Gulf stream, and that its
current Is controlled absolutely und
arbitrarily by that body. Two yenrs
were spent by the Blako In tracing
up tho Gulf stream and studying its
It has been tho firm belief that the
Cult stream wiih tho continuation of
tho Mississippi river, while some
held tho stream was controlled by
trude winds. At a point between
Kowoy Rocks, Florida, and Gun Key,
on tho const of tho Bahamas, is said
by Mr, Howard to bo tho sourco or
starting of tho Gulf stream. Ho says
tho current thoro varies twice dally
in velocity, and the difference in Its
flow at times reaches two and a halt
knots nn hour, nnd tho greatest ve
locity noticed was nlno hours previ
ous to the upper transit of tho moon.
Tho average dally currents nlso
vary during tho month, tho strongest
current coming a day or two after
the greatest declination of tho moon.
In dotorminlng tho truo point of be
ginning or axis of tho Gulf stream,
tho position of tho strongest surface
flow was fixed and was found to bo
MYs miles east of tho Powey Rocks'
Lighthouse. The heaviest surface
current there was found to be five
and a quarter knots an hour, and the
least, ono and three-quarter knots.
The average was three and six-tenths
knots. Tho observations showed tho
wind had no offect upon tho velocity
of the current.
'Member, awful long ago
'Most a million weeks or Ho
llow we tried to run away,
An' was gone for 'most a day?
Your pa found us bote an' non
Asked If wo'd bo bad again
An' wo promised, by-um-by.
Do you 'member? So d' I.
'Member when I tried to crawl
Trough vat hole beneaf your wall,
An I stuck, becuz my head
Was too big? Your muvver said
When sho came to pull mo trough,
S'prlsed you didn't try It too.
An' you did It, by-um-by.
'Member? Do ytih? So d' I.
'Membor when your muvver said
"At Bho wlsht I'd run an' do
All ve mischief In my head
All at once an' get It trough?
S'pose wo did, why, mnybo von
We could do It nil again!
Guess we could It wo should try
Will y' sometime? So'll I.
Burges Johnson In Harper's Mag
azine for June.
Wnen man has lost his freedom
In the quest for hidden gold,
When the wily arts of Satan
Have secured their lustful hold;
Whero Is liberty and Justness
In tho slavery of tlmo?
Docs foul greed usurp his manhood,
Drifting far from truth sublime?
In the child-minds of his offspring
He Instills no seed of truth;
But tho craftiness of commorco
Mars the beauty of their youth:
Does he think this awful grinding
Paves tho way to Christian light?
When he breaks the laws of union
That are made of Christian right?
Is there tlmo for honest progress
In this falsity and strife,
When progression's ways aro tainted
With the trading lusts of llfo?
"Nay!" tho soul of love respondoth,
TIs by charity we re bound
In the unlon-lovo of brother
Meek nnd lowly ns tho ground."
Weep not! For weeping only wears
The courage of tho heart.
Bring lightest laughter to tho cares
That only seem to smart.
Live well today, tomorrow knows
None of our rosy dreams.
Find In your hedge the fairest rose
As fragrant ns It seems.
Live well! Live all, love all you can,
Your day Is short, nt best.
Live honestly whatever plan
Your heart may como to tost.
No palsied purpose will succeed
Oh, let your passion glvo
To life tho fire It may need
IY nobly love and live.
He brave! To love or live your part
iNono other can fulfill.
Keep truly tuned your ready heart
To una each sweetest thrill.
And If you pray, oh, let It bo
A living prayer you give
That leads you alwuys to bo free
To bravely lovo and live.
Georgo 10. Bowen m tho Public.
That is the nverace time
spent in a large city restau
rant by three thousand
lnnchers. It takes three
hours to diirest n fresh ecu
soft boiled; three hours to digest a boiled
apple dumpling; three hours to digest
fresh roast beet. In fact, three hours is
about the time required to digest the
average twelve minute lunch. The ob
ject of the hasty lunch is to let the busy
man get kick to his office work. But
when the bruin is active, the stomach is
inactive for lack of necessary blood. The
natural consequence is indigestion, and
indigestion opens the door to many dis
eases. Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discover',
which cures diseases of the stomach and
other orgnnvof digestion and nutrition,
and enables the perfect digestion and
assimilation of food.
"It Is with heartfelt gratitude tlut I tend this
testimonial which I wish you 10 publish with
with it more or less as I grew up. At the age of
36 I was broken uonn wnn uyiiwpua. Jly ui
fcrlug was terrible. Could not est without dis
tress. Could only eat a few certain things and
wu not able t. work half the time, livery thing
1 tried only gave me temporary relief. My wife
finally persuaded me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and Pleasant Pellets.' I
toot six bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discov
ery' and two vials of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel
lets.1 I then felt so well that I stopped taking
medicine. Several months have passed and I
can do the hardest kind of work, ran eat any
thing that It aet before rae and enjoy it. I am
n years old and this is the first time I liare ever
Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent
free on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to
pay expense of mailing only; or 31 stamps
tor cloth-bound volume. Address Dr. R.
V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
STATUE AND POET.
Emma Lazarus, poet, translator ot
Heine and ono of tho most remarka
ble gifts of tho Hebrew race to this
country, has been honored n nn ox
ce 01ml way by tho placing of n
K" memorial tablet Inside tho pe
destnl ot tho statue on Bcdloes 1 Is
land of "Liberty Lighting tho World,
bearing her name and her sonnet.
Tho Now Colossus," written 20 years
ago and dedicated to this statue. It
now becomes the dedication poem of
the statue, and tho noblest poon , per
haps, ot all that wore written for It,
and Stedman, O'Rielly and othm ex
cellent writers wero moved by tne
Emma Lazarus died In 1887, but
she hod loft behind in the ' Songs
ot a Somite" and other books or
verse a worthy contribution to both
literature nnd the freedom of human
ity; like Heine, sho could have said,
"Lay a sword upon my coffin, for I
was n valiant soldier in the war of
the liberation of humanity." Her high
appeal to her rnco and to tho world
at tho time of the oxpulslon of Jews
from Russia In 1880-81 was not of a
nnttiro to bo soon forgotten. Hnd she
lived until this day, hor voice would
havo boon heard to largo purposo In
tne chorus of Bingers against tho Im
perialistic policy which has degraded
the significance of "Liberty Lighting
tho World." It is most fitting thnt
among tho Inscriptions within tho
chamber of the pedestal her noble
sonnot should bo placed as a consecra
tion. It Is as follows:
Not like the brazen glnnt ot Greeit
With conquering limbs astride from
land to land;
Here at our sea-washed sunset ,jates
A mighty woman with a torch,
Is tho Imprisoned lightning, nnd hor
Mother of Exiles. 7ront hor beacon
hand Glows world-wide welcome; hor mild
The air-bridged harbor thnt twin
"Keep, anciont lands, your storied
pomp!" cries sho
With silent lips. "Glvo mo your
tired, your poor.
Your huddled masses yearning to
The wretched ret'ine of your teem
Send theso, tho homeless, tompest
tossed, to me;
I lift my lamp beside tho golden
THE NEW WOMAN.
j$ ma Mitchell
Mrs. Emma Mitchell, 520 Xouuriu
street, Indianapolis, Ind., writes:
' I'or tho past five years I have rarely
been without pain, but Poruna baa
ahaugod all this, and In a vory short
Unto. I think I had taken only two bot
tles beforo I began to recuperate vory
quickly, and seven bottles mado me well.
I do not havo headache or backache any
more, and havo somo Interest in Urn."
Tho coming of what la known as the
"now woman" In our country is not
greeted by evoryono as If she were a
great blessing. But thoro Is another
new woman whom everybody Is glad to
we. Every day some Invalid woman is
exclaiming, " I have beon mado a new
woman by Dr. Hartnian's home treat
ment." It la only necessary to bciuI
name, address, symptoms, duration 0
ilekneu3 and treatment already rooolved
to Dr. nartman, Columbus, Ohio, nnd
directions for ono month's treatment
will be promptly forwarded.
If you do not derive prompt and satis
factory results from tho uso of Peruna,
write at oneo to Dr. nartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
bo pleased to glvo you hU valuable ad
Addros3 Dr. Hartman, President of
The Hartmun Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
FineBt Line of Co hes und Extension Tables in Eastern Oregon at
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Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining District.
Is located upon the GREAT MOTHER
LODE system of veins and has for neigh
bors on that vein such well known
mines as the NORTH POLE valued at
$10,000,000. The COLUMBIA valued at
$5,000,000. QOLCONDA valued at $3,
000,000. THE MONMOTH Q. M. CO'S
BELLE BAKER mine valued at $5oo,
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$5oo,ooo. THE IBEX valued at $400,
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We have the BestB,,
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some nice homes thai
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iots. Alfalfa Land fro,
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One of the finest retlda
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mwn, snaae trees, within tbre M
01 main street, $z,&oo.
Other houses nnd Ints fr
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The Grand Trunk Gold Mining and Milling Go.
Owns Its Property Consisting ot 160 Acres of Rich dotd Bearing Veins
It has no indebtedness of any character.
It has a conservative mining and business management.
It is offering 50,000 bhatub oi .stock t 151 pet bhate.
It will become a dividend payer in a short time.
It will pay you to write us for full particulars and to make
careful investigation of its merits.
It has the indorsement of mining men, business men and
bankers of Eastern Oregon.
Write us today and let us post you.
H. S. McCalfam & Company,
Minora, Brokersand Financial Agents,
BAKER CITY, OREGON.
Or R, S. BRYS0N, Local Agent, Pendleton, Oregon .
3 Our Weekly Mining Letters on Sumpter, Oregon, Gold Mining
3 District free on Application.
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