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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903, , jj
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at t'enuieion, urtgDo, oj ine
(EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
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1 SUIISCUIITIOX HATES.
Dally, one year by mall $5.00
gl Dally, all months by mall ........ -.30
.! Dally, three month by mall 1.23
E Dally, one montb by mall SO
H Dally, per montb by carrier 03
Sj WeeLlT, one year by mall 1.00
L Jeml-weekly. one year by mall .... -.00
TJi. T". o t niwnnlnn la nn raIp nt It. 11.
ft itlclTs N'ewa Stands at Hotel l'ortland and
Hotel Perkins, l'ortland, Oregon.
Member Scrlpps-Mcltae News Assocla-
San Francisco Bureau. -U1S Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, 00f Security Itnlldlog.
Wasblogton. D. C. Itureau, 501 14th St.,
Entered at Pendleton postoffice as seccond
How beautiful is youth
early manhood early woman
hood how wonderfully fair!
whit freshness of life, clear
ness of blood, purity of breath,
what hopes! There is nothing
too much for the young maid or
man to put into dream and In
their prayer to hope In their
day. O young men and women
there is no picture of ideal ex
cellence of manhood and wo
manhood that I ever draw that
seems too high, too beautiful for
young hearts. Theodore Parker.
REMEMBER THE ORPHAN.
people. God knows they have suffer
ed enough. God knows the day has
got to come when the arch assassins,
the men who are the controlling jtow
ers behind the Jetts and the "Whites,
will be exposed to the world and
either sent to prison or to the noose."
With clinched fist and shaking
with emotion, Byrd walked toward
the jury and said:
"Gentlemen, you are on trial as well
ns Jett and "White, and you must an
swer to the bar of public opinion as
well as the bar of the Breathitt crim
inal court. You have got to do your
duty or be pilloried by public opin
ion." The honor and name of old Ken
tucky is at stake. The disorder now
seen at different places in the grand
old state must cease. She has given
the nation some of its best men and
women and the feud, instead of grow
nig in strength and bitterness, must
give away before the progressive
spirit of the age.
PARROT AND MOTHER LAW. j rUf. mLt nu.lUW I T fl J Q 1 I
The clash of stockmen over range
privileges and the friction constantly
caused by the encroachments of one
industry upon another, in the "West,
testify to the narrowing down of a
once wide empire to the condition of
the older states. The Pacific coast
is being rapidly reduced to the status
of New England. It will not be many
years until the man who owns stock
will be compelled to own land on
which to keep them. The forest re
serve idea and the public park sen
timent are slowly dawning on West
erners. Something must be done to
preserve the natural resources of the
county from exploitation.
As suggested editorially by the East
Oregonlan Thursday evening, the
Fourth of July celebration has been
called off through respect for the
stricken city of Heppner.
Prineville has shown a like re-
cnnit f n - T-I iinnTiiir o Tl il tnflnV Thp
' ... ,.' , ,. praise for this ready response.
Dalles Is considering the advisability
of abandoning her celebration on the . The school children of Pendleton
same grounds. f are constantly increasing and the
The message from Mayor Halley
and associate rescuers at Heppner,
The promptness and efficiency with
which the O. R. & X. came to the re
lief of Heppner. proves that all cor
porations are not soulless. To the
I superintendent and every official and
I agent under him, be the unstinted
It can neither turn back, go forward,
nor stand still. It Is "confronted by
a condition, not a theory." and
doomed. San Francisco Star.
London has Just been celebrating
the centenary of tne birth or the man
who Invented the first prepared fooa.
It was not until about 1847 that
Baron Lieblg's beef extract became
known in the trade. What develop
ment of food products In 5G years!
Professor Darwin says that ulti
mately the day and the mouth will
be equal, being liqulvnleiit to Co of
our present days.
A parliamentary paper shows that
20.000 more boys than girls are each
vear born in Britain. But they die
so much faster that In a few months
the number is even, and after that
the females are at every "Be in ex
cess. Sir James Guthrie, newly knighted
upon merit, is only 44 years old. He
was an associate of the Royal Scot
tish Academy before he was 30 and
is now Its president. He is famed as
a IKirtralt painter, New Torn World.
ATTAR OF ROSES.
The ladies have suuuenly discov
ered that thev are deeply concerned
In the Balkan trouble. That disturb
ance is sending up the price of the
delicate perfume known as attar of
roses. The scent Is now being retail
ed at $10 an ounce, with every Indi
cation that that figure will be dou
bled In a few weeks' time. The mak
ing of attar of ros?s 11 cue of the
staple industries or the principality
of Bulgaria. The principal gardens
are at Kezanllk and extend 40 miles
In the valley or the Marltza.
Under normal conditions the rose
extract Is almost as precious as liquid
gold. In the making of one ounce
one nnd three-quarters hundred
weight of roses are used. Bulgaria
exports two and a half tons of attar
of roses annually, representing a con
sumption of eight thousand tons of
the flowers. Eugene Guard.
A mother-in-law and her parrot are
responsible for the "p"" Every Woman Should Write Dr. S
.'S! B Hartman, President of The
''XHr Hartman Sanitarium.
find no trace of him In Chicago But
the vonng woman is determined to re- p-
cove'r her husband. If possible. I
Today. Insplte of the motner-In law's J
opposition, she win ieue j
furnished flat where the couple spent ,
their honeymoon and start a search
for him in other cities. Among the
places she will visit are Milwaukee.,
Denver and Burlington, Iowa, where (
Walz has friends and relatives, ir l ,
cannot find him I will not care to re-,
turn to Chicago," said Mrs. Walz ,
yesterday. "It would ne ion i
n-ithnllt mm. 1 hliuv ,
loves me. and that he left only be
cause he didn't want mouier io
with us. Then. too. my mother had a
parrot she kept in the dining room,
and mv husband said the bird spoiled
his appetite. They quarreled and
then ray husband left.' Chicago In-tcr-Ocean.
EDUCATION IN INDIA.
t MRS. JOSEPH LACELLR
India Is covered with great univer
sities and colleges of excellent rank.
All instruction is in English. But
the more ambitions youth must break
Mrs. Joseph Laeello, Ottawa, Eajt,
OnL Canada, writes:
"Pcrana Is better by far than any
other medicine sold In the Dominion for
which was received by the Progress
Club late yesterday evening, was a
final argument against the celebra
tion. Conditions at Heppner are such
' j days are slipping by. At the opening
oi tne scuooi year mere win ie one
hundred more scholars than can be
The report that the sultan of Tur
key has abdicated Is probably the
that many months must elapse before ! P'pe dream of some correspondent.
the city will present any semblance i Tue sultan is not the kind of a man to
of her former self, in the way of be-' ,ve "P a throne and a bevy of 600
Ing self-supporting, and the more for- w'lv"s.
tunate towns and cities near her
,at th ,L- , ,,. rJ. TWO OF A KIND.
pair which she cannot do.
Only those who have known Hepp
ner Intimately for years can appreci
ate the awful loss, as they look wi
on that hillside of new-made graves
and that unrecognizable mass of
wreckage which covers the once smil
The Progress club did the grandest
deed In the history of Pendleton when
it called off the celebration, and laid
the funds at the feet of stricken
A RIGHT TO ROAR.
Ufe Insurance plays some strange
tricks. .Mrs. E. E. Burdick. of Buf
falo, lias Just received 925,000 from
the insurance on her husband's life.
Her husband was murdered by her
paramour. .Mrs. Burdick disgraced
her husband and her children, by
running around with Arthur R. Pen
nell. Mrs. Burdick was a worthless
woman, yet she has a fortune In life
insurance. Some of the men who toil
to pay life insurance premiums should
take the money and enjoy a little of
life themselves. Atchison Globe
through caste and actually cross the the troubles peculiar to vne sex. sui
Kalapanl. the "black water." which I fered with backache, headache and
ancient Hindus were prohibited from ' dragging down pains for over nine
; mouths, and nothing relieved me a par
ticleuntllltookPeruna. A few bottles
This one returns an Indo Gothlque, relieved me or my mlswaoie i.au-aeao,
emancipated from spiritual law and , htlf-allve condition. I am now In good
tradition. But there Is no place for health and have nolther aclie or pain,
him either In Hindu or English socle- UOr have I hnd any for the past year,
ty. He cares no longer to live in the ! r; every suffering woman would take
most composite family of his rela- ternna they would soon know Its value
tlons; he shakes hands and slaps the , jn(j ncVcr o without it." Mr. Joseph
back of the old man" whose lotus r 11.
Free Hnm Advice.
In -view of the great lnultikidn ol
women surf-Ting from some form of
female disease and yet unable to find
my cure, Dr. Hartman, the renowned
feet he used to fall and kiss. He
tnought the "higher education" would
make him a great man an 'illustri
But the English who received him
so warmly in London withdraw their specialist on female catarrhal dls
cordiality in India. He .ias offended j eJSSCs, has announced his willingness
his own, and even though he may
through expensive penances return
to his caste, the sacred thread of
family and spiritual relation is
broken. His acute attack of English
euueation has resulted In chronic
gloom and disappointment Edmund
Russell In Everybody's Magazine.
to direct the treatment of as many
cases as make application to him
during the summer months without
Those wishing to tiocome patientt
should addreis Tho I'eruna Mcdleln
Co., Columbus, Ohio.
ta,. BANISH THE FEUD.
The Kentucky feViS has taken on
alarming aspects within the past two
The Goebel murder seemed to set
the entire state on fire. Smouldering
Representative Kitchen, of Xorth
Carolina, relates an amusing story of
an old justice of the peace in his
county. It seems that two young at
torneys were trying a case before
him. After the arguments had fol
lowed the testimony ot the witnesses,
and the case was closed, the old fel
low, awakening from deep reveries
into which he had fallen, said, ad
dressing one of the lawyers . "You I s indigestion or
The Dinner PaeS
Of the American working man is gen
erally well filled. In some cases it is
too well filled. It contains too many
kinds of food, and very often the food is
of the wrong kind h'ard to digest and
njuuiimzjg lime nutri
tion. As a conse
quence many a work
ing man develops some
form of stomach
trouble which inter
feres with his health
and reduces his work
know. Hank. I gave you the neclsion
in the last two cases, so I will give
this one to Tom. You can't expect to
get them all."
Which reminds us of former Su
perior Judge Bahrs of this city, who
rendered five decisions in favor of the
Southern Pacific Railroad and only
one against It. That one caused the
railroad to oppose his renomination,
whereupon the judge exclaimed: "I
don't see what kick that crowd has
coming to them. They might let a
family rows broke out in the vicinity i ,e"ow' render at least one decision
. .i i. ! against them." San Francisco Star.
ot the Goebel trouble. Murder has
followed murder and crime followed
crime In quick succession, until out
raged Justice stand aghast at the car
nival of hatred.
"Witnesses who dared to tell the
truth on prominent men whose hands
i Oposes Junkets
NO TARIFF FOR ENGLAND.
Joseph Chamberlain Is just now in
the position of a man without a coun
try. His proposed policy of protec
tion has been tabooed hv all Enirland.
were stained with blood, have been ' Including his own party and Intimate
a t.. .t. . . .u i 1 personal uHnuciuies. uauour wno a
driven from the state, their property , week ag0 ,ntlmated that it met with
burned, the!' lives threatened and his approval has backed down and
their homes mnce unsafe n a clv.'liz-, strenuously aserts that he Is a free
trader. That Is because he sees i.ie
The courts cannot reach the feuds
nor punish the participants in the
The mountain districts are bound
together with Indissoluble bonds.
Politicians and leaders are more po
tent than courts. Juries hesitate to
invite the wrath of the combatants
and prosecutors who have the nerve
to stand up openly and accuse the I
principals of crime can get but weak I
support from the citizens who try the '
cases. Prosecuting Attorney Byrd,
who has shown some estimable nerve
iu trying Jett and White for the Mar
cum murder, defied the feudists in
ojten court at Jackson, on Friday
afternoon, when he waved his hand
threateningly at the red-randed mur
derers seated In the audience In the
court room and said:
"I want to give warning to you and
all of your followers that your blood
thirsty duels must stop in Breathitt
. county. .Leave tills county and Its
-J " .... .3j. J, '
i "handwriting on the wall.''
His nope, and Chamberlains, was
to divert public attention from the
educational bill and other matters
which threatened the life of his ad
ministration. The scheme failed: the
people of England are alive, awake,
and know something; and now the
ministry is iu a worse plight than
ever. Its downfall Is a question of
time only, and that exceedingly brief.
any other indi
cation of dis
ease of thestotn
ach and its
allied organs of
digestion snd nu
trition, the use of
Dr. Pierce's Golden
will almost invari
ably produce a per
fect and perman
Mr. Thomas A
Swart, of Sub hutlon
C Columbus, O., Box
Hrt. writes "I was
taken with e-ere
headache, then cramo
in the stomach and
my food would not digest, then kidney and
liver truuhle and mr back pot weak o I could
scarcely get around. At last I had nil the com-
plaints at oocc. tue more I aoctorcu llie wore I
got until six years passed. I had becunie so.
poorlv I coula only walk in the house by the
aid of a chair, and I aot so thin I had rttrn a
to du. thinking that I could not be cured. Then
one of ray neighbors said. 'Take my advice and
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Uncovery and
make a new man out of yourself The first
bottle helped me so I thought X would get
another, and after 1 had taken eight bottles in
about six weeks. 1 was weighed, and rouad 1
bad gained tweuty.seven f zi pouuds. 1 am as
stout and healthy to-day, 1 think, as X erer was."
Vwir TV Pie-e' f it, ,.-wi,i C
I Medical Adviser, paper covers, it sent free
on receipt of 21 one-cent stamps to pay
expense 01 mailing only. Address Xr.
R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N.Y.
$50.00 Given Away
To the first one handing us
the nearest correct solution
of the two following rebuses,
we will give ?25.00 worth of
furniture or other goods of
your choice from our Immense
stock; $15.00 worth to the
second, and $10.00 worth to
The Question is. how many
I different ways can the word
! "Furniture," and how many
I the word "Rader" be spelled
! In Vi r fn11n-a--r-trw ennnrac tv
spelling to the right, or down
ward, or any combination of
down and right, or right and
1 down, but always using con
tiguous letters but no two
times, using exactly the
same numerical letters, yet
en Bpell the words "Rader"
1 auu r urniiure correctly.
For illustration, the word
"Rader" may he spelled by
using letters numbered 1, 2,
1 , 2 J 3 4 j 5 , C I 7 I S j 9
R J A I D E Rj Aj D E R
10 j 11 I 12 I 13 I 14 J 15 1U - 17 I IS
lil j 20 , 21 j 22 j 23 j 24 j 25 I 2ti 27
2t , 2W I 30 j 31 I 32 1 33 34 j 35 Sti
37 I 3b 1 3M I 40 I 41 I 42 I 43 I 44 I 46
R I A j D j E j j R j A j D j E R
4U , 47 1 -ib j 4S j 50 j 51 62 j 63 54
A D J E R Aj D I E I R A
oj , 5U. j 57 j 68 I 5'J j 00 I til j 02 03
04 , 05 I 00 j 07 I Ub j CD I 70 j 71 1 72
E Rj A j D j E I R j A j D j E
73 ; 74 75 - 70 I 77 j 78 I 7 I 80 - 81
In comparing Grnin-0 and coffee
remember that while the taste is
the same Grain-O gives health and
strength while coffee shatters the
nervous system and breeds disease
of the digestive organs. Thinking
people prefer Grain-O and its ben
efits. TRY IT TO-DAY.
stt grocer aterjHherv ; I V;. sad He. per piclugft
O SPICES, o
1 j 2 j 3 j 4 , 5
F I U j R j N j I j
j C j 7 j 8 j
U j R j E j
9 j 10
E I F
11 j 12 I 13 , 14 j 15 j 10 j 17 I IS I 19 20
1. or 13, 22, 23, 24,
The solution to be
handed in sealed, giving only
the number of combinations
that can be made of each
word, with no name attached,
iu order that the committee
awarding the prizes will not
know who is in the contest.
But if requested, each winner
must be able to write, numer
ically, each of the various
ways the number of times
fthey claim. In order to Iden
tity all solutions we simply
(number each envelope con
taining an answer and keep
memorandum of each. No
lone will be allowed more
than one answer. Prizes
awarded July 25, 1905. There
s no sure thing that the nrst
(solutions will be correct. So
If you decide you want to
(change your solution after
handing it In yon can do so
ty placing your second In the
numerical order we receive
khe latter. No one connected
hvlth the establishment will
le allowed to contest.
23 j 24 I 25 j 2C I 27 j 28 I 29 I 30
j 33 j 34 j 35 j 30 j 37 j 38 j 39 j 40
43 j 44 j 45 I 40 j 47 I 48 I 49 I 50
51 , 52 j 53 I 54 j 65 j 60 I 57 I 68 I 59 j CO
04 j 05 J 00 I 07 , 08 j 09 j 70
72 , 73 j 74 I 75 j 70 I 77 I 78 I 79 j 80
ol , 82 j 63 j B4 j 80 J Bb j 87 I 88 j 89 I 90
91 j 92 I 93 j 94 I 95 96 97 , 98 99
F I U 1 R I N 1 1 I T j U j R j E I
M. A. RADER
Main and Webb Streets
ONLY TEN MORE DAYS
In which to close out out entire stock, excepting our sewing
machines. The prices we are offering have never been equaled
in Pendleton before and every article is a genuine bargain.
There are only a few days left. Every thing must go, If you
want to save money come early as the stock wont last long at
the prices we are offering.
JESSE FAILING, Store near the Bridie 1
We have the BestBarnin.
iu Real Estate. We htv,
some nice homes thai .
be sold. Choice BuildjDB
Lota. Alfalfa Land fromoc(
acre to 160. Wr,M. t. .
Mies to j
Rita k Swap
Room io over Taylor's
We make a Specialty of BuiUini I
We make them right and tbijl
always give satisfaction Oui I
work is never slighted or botchcj.1
Pendleton Planing; Mi
and Lumber Yard.
ROIIERT FoRSTER, PfSf,
If you want to buy a hemj in P
dleton, I have some bargains war I
JGSO Will buy nice 3-room houat
lot; fruit trees, good eu. jot
S800 Will buy cozy 4-roon
nr.il three lots. .Mom sou;
and fruit trees; flue well: on c
r nt etrpt. imnrovemento
the nrice of all.
tisnrv will lmr uD-to-date w
house; fine bam wun
porch; house nearly new;
i-nrrtpn shade and 'fit
Have -ie show you thll bas
Office at Postoffice. 'Phone Bed
Pendleton Real Estate for
C-room dwelling, Bla""! "
ral and 2 lots
C-room dwelling and two lot
fullly shaded lawn,
14-room' boarding hous ; and
,nmllr located IW-
C-room dwelling with two MM
Slue i,.v, fen
A number of lots sonieahat
tor , ir.n each.
street, iw. -
Come anu Uu . .
To find jusi
right price, see
n n RflVD. iHCotf'
o.im for afl r J