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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, ORE6ON. TUESDAY, AUGUST 25, 1903.
t jul!litl every nftcrnoon texcent Similar)
at lVnilleton. Oregon, by the
riMuie. MhIu 11.
"ne your hy mall ?.",00
llal v lsc moilt lis by mull -.nil
) tally, three lumitbs by tnnll l.-S
lal! utie month by mull fill
ll.. per mtmtli by eiirrler IB
Weeklj, one year by mull l.rin
Weekly. nix mimlh by mall 7fi
Weekly, four mtuitlm by tnall .10
.semi Weefcl. one year by malt .... 2.tH)
Semi Weekly, six month by mail . . 1.00
s.ml Weekly, tbree months by mall . . .BO
Tlie I!ni Orecmilan is on sale nt It. II
l:i b Xew Staml at Hotel Portland anil
ii i-i lVrt.ii. Portland. Orj:in.
Member Si rliM Mellat
s..:i I", aoclurn llnmni. 4 OS fourth St.
'ltiin'r'0 llurmu, UOS Security IltilMIn;.
VwuMmttwi, 1. C. lturwiu, 501 14lh St.,
Knn -.iV at INmHIetou puntottlee a ;rroml
tin company, which la over ready to
remedy niul corroct evils which affect
Us patrons. U a chango Is to In
mnile, let It ho mailo for the hotter.
If tills trnln arrived hero In the oven
lug. uml that fart were known In the
EaRt, It would Induce travel hy way
of Pendleton, which now goes hy way
of Spokane, to the const. It would re
milt In advertising the city more fully,
among a good class of people, and
would he money In the company's
Let the city and the O. It. & X.
join hands to ninke conditions sur
rounding the liomoseokor within the
city's gates more plonsant.
The duty of the Oregon ilelogatlon
in congress Is now plainly defined, in
News AkocIh the matter of securing government
aid. iu irrigating the nrld lands of the
state. Air. Newell In his advance re
ports, does not give Oregon much en-
At Intervals articles appenr In the
i,nu hnwnvnr. linen asrortnlnod part-
1) by estimates and partly hy special
consiises, lncluillnat those estimates,
I - l ! Il.n ITtlllitll ' T tirllttauJ. IVAfll lrf HtllM riiit tln.t I .
S'.u " . timna Sia nwii I ilillliiiiliii tslniiilR (1,1101 ,3!M1 I be bought, regardless of "price.
l"" "r'M'. "-- i .. nr.n nji ICvcrv woman naiunillv
n,l tlmt mil nun ilrni hn I'lirm Kirn ,...,, i
ii-ii.,,, tin,, mi.. ...... ....... - --
ninny times Its own weight. Then it
Is stated that man, If he wore strong
In the same proportion, could jump
so many rods or lift so ninny tons.
These comparisons, we are told hy M.
Leo Itohlda In l.a Nature (July 11.)
are mlslcndlng. to say the least. He
Tin only countries surpassing me
rutted Stntes In number of tnhiibl-'
tants an the Chinese Umpire, the
lirltlHi, Kmnlrt the liiisslan Umpire,
land probably Franco, with the Inelii-
sion of Its African possessions. i
licnlthv. handsome child, and her rrnu.
jug can he gratified if she wilt but re
member that the child's health is her
own gift, and to give health she must
A POLITICIAN'S LAMENT.
It Is Interesting to consider, solely
from n nieclinnlcal point of view,
these comparisons between the mils-1
c.ulnr strength of man and that of ; 1
insects. Strictly from this standpoint Onn a Kansas zephyr strayed
thev are by no means extraordinary Where a brass-eyed bird pup played. ,
ami are only one of the forms of I And that canine bayed nt that ze
what has been called 'the conflict of phyr
squares and cubes.' The law Is well In a gay. senii-lillo tie way
known volumes decrease In more Then thnt xophyr In about hair a Jlti
ranlil ratio than surfaces. 'Tool; that pup and
i ti fr,. fimt n miiunlu nnn i.v.irt ' Turned him over wrong slilo up. ,
couraRomuut In the matter of selec-, lUjmjm.s lm ,tB octUm. that Is to say. 1 and then I
tlon of sites for government opera-j on surface: although its capacltv ( Turiied hiin wrong side out.
., t, .. .. t 1.1.. r.,- .1, in, v.ii.'Tliim It ciilmlv tourneyed thonro,
,h nlnns In other states and terrl-! '"S'1- ls "T . U U" " lmrn """ f,tr"'R "f fPIM
1 . . , , . .,,, ! planatlnu of the astonishing strength 1
lories, and makes no such definite (jf 18et.ts Tuke ))xmilpi0.
atntnKintu In rumifil III Illf llluns 1
now under way in tins state, n is
When communities turn loose,
Stiflal forces that produce
The disorders of n gale.
The past was the motuer of
the present and to Ur is due
our filial love and vent ration;
but not our obedience, for she la
dead: and the dead have no
right to rule over the living.
And the future, what of hr?
She js the unborn child of the
present. To her we owe our
duty. Not with si-oiling for tho
things that have gone, not with
nn undue complacency for the
thlnsfs that are. but with a hope
and resolution for Itetler In the
tilings that are to come, lei us
go about our work. Let ms save
all that is sweet end wholesome
anil true: but let m not ..union
the chariot of Progre&s with the
rubbish of the centuries,. Lot
us out loose and gD forward.
Uov. Antoinette L. Brown.
CHANGE THE TRAIN'S TIME.
'f'n,i,lin wu tun, ,,anlllU flint txt (1
.... ... .1.- .ii.....i., ,Miian and that of an Insect, tho latter' Art upon the wollk-nowu law
! .u - . T r f . times shorter than the former. It ! Pnce the broee. but close your
nrpe the adoption of some of the mag- Jf evl(ent Umt thp ,nsoc,.8 m,Kl,u, . Xig rule tm, wm nl,t Tall.
jnlflcent Irrigation propositions in , win i.uun.iMXi times lighter than' If you bay It. In a gay.
Eastern Oregon, for experimental the man's, while its section, ami con- Solf-sumcloiit son of wa--
sennentlv the force that t can oxert. It will land you. Wliuoui iioiioi.
will he only 10,000 times loss. The 1 Tpsltlt down and wrong side out.
conclusion i that, since a man can; -lronqtilll tKilgeite F. Wnre.
I lift loo kilograms (R2 pounds), the 1
insert will lift lO.iHin times less or 10 j llulky Hitters Is dey swell folks
crams 1154 Bi-ainsl. nnd we shall ' nn at dnt house" Woeful wallers
! works. If some such pressure is not
j hnuisht to bear. It Is possible that
j all the efforts of the government will
! be centered elsewhere. The Oregon
: j delegation Is In position to do the
state n priceless service, by bringing
j the ndvuntnges of those plans to the
! direct attention of the reclamation
I department. The government cannot
be unmindful or the feasible plans
have the liiimesslve Ktieetarle of an Is (lev swell' Sny dev dillll t hit nil
Insect lirtins more than 100 times 1 wlf nuitlir but poir clubs I'laln
Its own weight. In fart, the smaller I'mili r
the insect is. the more It will aston-1
ish us by an appearance : extraordi
have it to give.
whose babies have
leen weak and mmv
have nursed in strength
their first strong child
after using Dr. I'iercc's
Mi I'nvorite I'rcscnntion. It
' is the Itcst rtrenarattve for
maternity, encouraging the appetite,
quieting the nerves nnd inducing re
freshing sleep. It gives the mother
strength to give her child, nnd tnnkc3
the baby's advent practically painless.
Mv wife hail been ilcl: nearly all Iter life "
nays '.Mr K. H I'rlcUe. or l'ctmlmrc, .Mellaril
Co.. Illinois. Ilnx ,7. "and niter trying evrrv.
thin? I couttl lltink of I made up my mind io
In ' bavorlte rreicriiitlon.' 1 Rot nix bunks,
which tin v-ii took a talilMjioonfiil three limes
n il.i. until Hie liby cimic. She felt liciur
n(ter tnUin? the fir-it liuttle, und whcti liuby
born he weighed nine and a half itoiindi. Ti
davheis-ti-t nionlli'ioldand weight twenty-two
nniiiul-, lie i at cootl a child as any one i-ui.ld
wih Tlu- doctor ftayn he h as healthy tin nny
baity could b. nnd a)M aaVH the tlie of your
1 l-Viiriit rreMrripliou ' was the atueof bu'wh a
heiilthy tby "
l)r l'ierce's ricusjint Pellets are the
best mid vilest laxative for the use of
111 Kpnl 61
,,,cu 1,08 that
: "uiu- "oi Bun,,,-
noro in 1f1
1UU- Wheat M S
irom ICO a
Rihom I Swa
Room ,o over Tay0(..
Pendlotoii Roal Estate for
e-room dwelling, stable rUi
ral and 2 ?;, ,!:
"Hut it is no longer the same If we
I examine the mechanical work ef
! jiow under Invontlgntlon. and if some i
i 1 of tlieso an not selected for avvorn-
1 went aid, It will he ltecause the de-1 fected. The muscle of the Insect
; part-tent wishes to snub the people J f "1'posed above to be l-loo ,,r a man's (
1 . , in Ilttunr dlmenilons. furnishes, when
J ; of Oregon for political reasons. j t divans, n force lo.oot. tinier
; i less than the human muscle, exerted
Oregon bas paid Into the national through a space 100 times smaller
. tV... Ml. ...111 1... ,1,.. , mi,.
treasurj' over JSDO.000 more from tin- j i"""i--'i wi m- n.n i......
tPurc, Pale and Spai kling. BotUcd Only at the Brewcryirt SL Louis.
TTrTTT rv-yT-" -eg-" Jryfcl W II lTaU-.'t JLLJ- ULtffjagin
If a change in the time of the arrl
val of No. 5. the west bound O. K. ft sale of public lands in the past year
N local passenger train is to be , than an.v other state, and
ni0 times smaller, whirh re-estab
lishes the prnportinn hi' wi-cn welch-
should j 0Iut strength
It seems ijtist as with 1
machines, where the smaller atv pro- ,
portlanniely weaker) as If the in
sect's mufele. instead nf .iirn:s t:c
man's infiultely. is uniaub interior
make an effort to have the officials j gidoied for irrigation works by the
fix the arriving time In the evening. ' government. No excuse will be taken
The time at which this train now nv ,i,e poodle for the failure of the
arrives In Ie mile ton is detrimental reclamation department to recom-
both to the company and the city. 1 njend some or the excellent proposi-1 lo H ' nnallty. Take the ilea's jump
Passenaers for thu wahn-inn I , .u.. n., . ..., j(,..i,i for instance, lly Us must ular coti-
, ,, ,..,. ' "' " traction it gives to its mass a move-
----- ' " IJUl IN? 1 mlUl "II ll'lllnc tuuu
the morning are compelled to wait j an,i jfow Mexico with money that
from six to eight houra for the de
parture of the SHJkane train. Th
time is not long enough to Justify
the tourist in going to bed. and it is
too long to sit In a depot building
in the middle of the night, conse
quently innumerable complaints are
registered by travelers araitist both
the city and the company.
People transferring here lo the
Washington division do not have an
opitortunity to se any of the city,
as i!f it, hcilulc of tbls train is now
arranged. They will gradually come
to avoid this awkward delay, in the
middle of the night, and It will result
should bo used ou the Oregon des
erts. Mr. Newell warns settlers that
surveys are only preliminary. The
people demand that some of the sur
veys in Oregon shall mean something.
The situation regarding the ratifi
cation of tho cnnnl trenty by the Co
lombian government, very murh re
sembles a scone In which some good
old man has anonunced that he will
:hrow a pocketful or pennies into the
public square, among a herd of street
urchins. The big "guns" in Colom
bia, like the big boys of the allevs.
unprofltabiy to the company in tho are crowding tho little fellows back
gretit rush of travel thnt Is hoadeil ; nut or reach and are not Ei-ing to
ment capable of raising it 3i centi
meters (12 inches), man can raise
hi, own weight to 1.5 meters (about
5 feet) by leaping. For equal weight,
tiie human muscle thus furnishoK live
times more work than thnt of the
Ilea in a siugli; contraction, since the
work Is the product of the weight by
the height to which It is raised."
Translation made for The Literary
. - ta k UB Uti BHI FT i 6hl
FEWER AND FEWER CHILDREN.
shout "throw it," until thoy are in
lOHltion to grab all the scattered
toward this coast.
Il a butler counuctioii la not arrang
ed for the convenience of the great
numbers of people that transfer from I
the main line here, to the Washington ! Umatilla county, in addltiun to pro
branch. It will naturally tend to j duclng the host wheat and the best
send them over niiothur route, to the trult In Oregon has tho reputation or
loss ot the company, and the city. 1 being the home of the best bred
nocks or sheop In the West. The con
stant upbuilding process or the sheep-
If No. n could be scheduled to reach
thlb city about 0 or 7 o'clock In the
The New York Times has the Fol
lowing to say in Regard to Ice
A New England scientist hob lately
pulilisbed some suggestive conclu
sions on the subject of the birth rate
In America Looking linckward to the
time or Honjnmin Franklin, lie dis
covers that the average number of
children to a family waB then S. u
century Intor It hud declined to U 1 .
in 1S30 it was -l.fi: In ISCO .Ufa In
mz 2.45: in 1000. l.S. The birth I
rate throughout the entire civilized 1
world, according to one authority, is
steadily decreasing, rapidly In the
New World, more slowly iu the Old
truly nn alarming condition of things,
for which we are offered the follow
Piolialily nn liacteriologicnl fact is better established
than that much of the ice ol commerce is dangerous!, i'n
pure. The assumption that writer purifies, itsc'! id ijut
nig was long a.'t) show n to have hut a limited basis in
truth. The intli ulna! ciystals are likely to lie purer than
the mother liquid from which they are formed, but ice is,
a mas'- of crstals in which may be entangled nil kinds of
Tin (erniK are not only killed in the precis', i f man
ufaclurinp, the ttt hut the condensed water passes
through two cuke, two charcoal and one sponge filter
leaini. ,t abaoluti ! pun t m into the cutis
evening, or any time up till 10 o'clock
at night, it would be an Inducement
to tourists to come by way of Pendle
ton en route .to Washington points
us it would give them a glimpse of
the 1 i;; and a view of the world
famou. wheat belt by dayliabt. Tliey
euiild rest' over night, secure meals,
at Miasonuhlo hours and would leave ! A" Potions of Eastern Oregon are
the city with a much bettar feeling I RhiB to take advantage of the
than if they had occupied a bench In 1 '"strict consolidation law,
the ileuot for half a nliiht. uncertain I 'ni the numerous reports. In Union
ah to their exact leaving time, and county, at several points, the public
men of this county for the past 10
years, has resulted in the grading and
establishment of tho highest average
flocks on tho coast. No other county
011 the Pacific coast can show as many
good sheep, as are to be found in thin
vexed with the weariuoss of travel.
Piobably no othur Interior point on
the roast enjoys as much travel life
this city. It is worth while to arrange
schudules. with a view to meeting
specific (.onditinitK hero. Fully ono
hair or the tourist and homoseeker
travel or the Harrimau lines, trans
fers here to the Washington branch,
from the main line That imrtlon of
this travel which arrives bore on No.
5. at 2 o'clock lu the morning, and
which is greeted by the lonely aspect
which reigns Iu a railroad depot at
that hour of night, will naturally
avoid such an Inconvenience, if possi-
school system Is to be extended to
"Funilly shrinkage seems clearly I
referable to the strenuous, nerve-rack- j
ing lire of the dny. to the struggle not J .
for existence, but for a luxurious ex- j
istence. to the over-increasing desire y
fur the luxuries of life and the morbid 1 -t-craving
for social dissipations and I '
advancement. It Is due to the desire
to have no children, or only such a
numbur as husband ami wife believe
suitable and adapted to their Ideals
of comfort and their supposed finan
cial possibilities' Harper's Weekly
COME AND SEE
Visitors Always Welcome
BOSS iGE and GOLD STORAGE Co.
Phone .MAIN 1781
514 Main Street
O-rooni dwelling ana inn.
... y snaiied lawn, ttejl
1-i-rooni lionnllti t,
I ren.rnllv .T. ? Me
5 room dwelling wWh two tou
side SI "50. 1
. A number of lots somewhat i J
, $125 to S150 each "l
1 lot on Hat. five blocks ft i
street, $500. Other loUnj,.,
' Much oilier very ilcsirji4t
iy ior uaie. ah so!,i un 1
mum unu ouy I
, To find Just what you vistl
ntjiii jirice, see
0. I). B0VI). Ill CourlS
Bar in cohkIi
Bet. Alta & W'AbbU
In Center ol 'Block.!
F. X. Schempp
TESTS OF DEATH.
'Application has been made to the
secretary of state for u charter for,
the Amorican Society for tho Preven
tion of Premature Ilurial. lly the j
provisions of this society physicians
of the state of New York will be
sparsely settled districts which have j compelled to furnish u death ( ertlll-
heretofore been denied tho full bone
fit of the blessing, and the movement
on foot In this county will result in
diminishing the number of scholars
"not attending any school."
Grande Hondo Vulley enjoyed the
same happy surprise which foil to tho
lol of L'matllla county, this year.
All the arly crop predictions wore
fully one-half below the actual yield
fate with tho following formula
Twit (ir ninrii InrlHlmiR In tin iirtnrv.
the palm of the hand exposed to the 1
names of a candle not more than five
Inches away; a mirror or crystal held
to the lips, with no signs of respira
tion; a hot iron or steel placed
against the flesh without producing
u blister. .Mortuary chapnls to be
established in which the bodies of the
dead are to be hold sovoral hours
before burial. Medical Times.
OUR TOTAL POPULATION.
No other man on the Amorican
outliiout could go into the race for
hie. und in dliectlng friends in the the presidency, better prepared to
East would send them to the West j win. than William It. Hearst. If news
by a different route, j papers count for anything In winning
The matter should be taken tip with J political battles, he Is well armed.
The total population enumerated by
the twelfth census wits 7C.303.387,
but while the area of enumeration
covered Alaska and Hawaii, it did
not Include Porto Itlco, the Philip
pines, Guam or Samoa. The popula
tion or theto newly acojilrcil Islands
THEY USE THE
F. U, Clopton. S. A. Xowberry. B. W McComas, Itlgby-Clovo Mfg.
Co., Younger & Son, Miss Sheek. Umatilla Indian Agency, Jeo
Teutsch, Knst Oregonlan Pub. t'o, M. K. Shutrum. Tho only VISI
HLF. Typewriter Hint bus all the good featuios of other typowrltors
and none of the bad ones, it also has a tabulator which is a part of
Call und see uinchluo I run convince you that it has 10 points
that are superior to other mnkes,
JOHN S. KEES, Agent
7-U Main Street
ELATERITE la Mineral Rubber.
VOr .MA V IN I'KMI III'II.HINO
or tin I It neccMiry to ltKI'IH K A WllltN-OUT JIOOK
Takes th. place of shingles, tin, iron, tar and gruvol, and all prepared
roofings. For lint and steep surfaces, guttors, valloys, etc. Easy to loy.
Tempore, for all climates. Iteasonablo In cost. Sold on merit. Guaran
teed. It will pay to ask for prices and Information.
... , . THE ELATERITE ROOFING CO.
Worcester Building- Portland.
A Cool Plac
Is Robi " AmusemeDtFa
lors, under the W.&CUep
Just the place to while .
leisure time First-clssJ
t.,.-iin nitm' Rnlendid
niul billiard tables, iil
.int., ciinntiiiL' callery
pernnce refreshments Ml
Free Musical Ectertainmel
DANNER IS NOT
He will be licre all sobseI
come in an t.mc ana "
nirti.re taken Stampfl
1 . - Anren. A
cniy 25 a-1 1 " .
variety of harvest vie,
, t l.wl,nn IlllOtOS.
Nexl iloor to Hie l ore8 .
I Insurance at f
nf insurance in 'J
OREGON FIRC BEUB;
u RICE. V"i
j p. WALKER, clt)'
"Dally East Oregonlan W
only 15 cents a week.