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Would you, my friend, a fin- '
ished skeptic make?,
To form his nature these ma-
4 terials take:
A little learning. twenty
grains of sense;
Joined with a double share
Infuse a little wit with a lit-
Which never falls to make a
Two drams of faith, a ton of
Let all be with the dregs of
When in his mind these jar-
ring seeds are sown,
He'll censure all things, and
approve of none.
Stephen Duck 1736.
BLOOD MONEY FOR EDUCATION
The good people of Nebraska are
divided over the acceptance of a
gift of money from John D. Itocke
feller. That "philanthropist" has offered
the state university of Nebraska, j
the sum of JCC.6C7. as a gift, on the
condition that the sate raise the
sum of $33,333 to add to his gift.
For once, the blood money of the
trust has aroused revolting disgust
In the minds of the people.
The churches, women's societies
and all the moral and Christian r
ganlzations are up in arms against
the acceptance of the gift. It repre
sents blood money wrung from the
helpless. It represents the lll-gottan
stealings of an irreligious and un
feeling coward, intrenched behind
laws purchased with the same un
Rockefeller hopes to appease an
outraged country by his dlsgustlnc
gifts of money. One hand Ib at the
throat of the helpless consumer,
taking unjust toll from the toll r.f
the weak and helpless, and his other
hand Is busied in turning his ill-gotten
wealth Into the coffers of tho
churches and universities, In hopes
that the thin covering of attempted
charity by his left hand will hide or
lessen the crimes committed by his
The churches and universities
should rufuse to touch his gold. It
should be spurned In loathing. It
should lie idle and unused, and em
phasize by its Idleness, the utter
emptiness and worthlessness of such
lives and such accomplishments as
those of Hockefellor'H. It were bet
ter that the young grow up unedu
cated In universities; better tho
churches remain In humble build
ings; bettor the people build and
en nip their own libraries, than that
such wealth, that such thoft. that
such Injustice be1 countenanced by
any civilized community.
If Nebraska spurns tbo gift of
Itockefeller nnd slaps that blood
sucking hypocrite soveroly In iho
face. It will have a wholesome effect
on universities In general. All the
10o pants guards oc
J.lci oil lo
25o bells ISo
Kn. 1 M. A V. Inner tubes Dae
Toe clips 10c to ;i5e
Dloyclo Lamps 1W0 to $2.!K
Bicycles $20 to $40
great Institutions of learning are
holding out lightning rotls for gifts
no matter where the money comes
from, they want gifts. It Is a curse
to them to have it said that education
Is hullt upon the wreck of homes and
the blood money of the poor.
When the president of the Univer
sity of Chicago visited Tolstoi re
cently, that old thinker asked for .in
outline of the work and educntlonal
spirit of the Chicago Institution.
The fawning hypocrite who Is at
the hend of that Institution enumer
ated the endowments of millions of
dollars, given it by Itockefeller and
other Americans. He told how
many millions they expected from
year to year, and boasted of tit?
i enormous gifts by which the univor
, slty had beeu enriched.
I Tolstoi's disgust may be bcttar
guessed than told. Searching for
j one faint shadow of some living sys
tem of truth and thought. In the
American school, he found nothing
but money, money, money, foremost
and solely in the mind of the super
ficial millionaire president.
Education Is badly needed by
many, mnny young men and women
tin this country. Hut It Is never
needed sorely enough, to be obtained
af the cost of brother's happiness, (
substance, anil legitimate earnings
j unjustly taken through the opera-
1 Hons of the trusts.
1 Since the removal of Senator Han-
; na to other spheres of activity, Tom
1 Johnson's Influence In Ohio has nd-
vanced fully 50 per cent. Hanna
was the most nggressive. the moit
vindictive, the most unrelenting -op-
ponent of Johnson, and owing to the
direct assault of Johnson on the
street car trust, the personal and
dearest pet of the dead senator. :bo
opposition of Hanna to Johnson was
strong and personnl. There Is no j
I man in Ohio whn can step Into Han-!
' na's shoes. His power over the peo
. pie. through an Intricate system of
, financial strings, was irresistible. He
knew exactly what string to pull to
get a certain result, and he was tot
I ting these results, continually. His
i sbhere was peculiar to himself. Tom
Johnson has a better chance of oe-
comlng governor of Ohio now than ! 4
A late number of "Life" gives the
following description of the progress
of a billionaire's friendshlpa: "When
he had nothing he hnd a thousand
friends. Dy dint of Industry and
some little scheming, he managed to
get together $10,000, and at the same
time lost 500 of his friends. Ily the
time he had $100,000, he had drop-
Backed up by over a third of a century
of remarkable and uniform cures, a record
men -m no other remedy for the diseases
nd weakne peculiar to women ever
attained, the proprietor of I)r Pierce's
I'avorilc Prescription now feci fully war
ranted in offering to pay Jyxi in legal
money of the United States, for any case
of Leucorrhea, I'emale Weaknem, Prolap
atu, or Palling of Womb which they can
not cure. All they ask ia a fair and reason
able trial of their meant of cute.
"I used four bottln of your I'avotile Pre
scription' Hint one of - Golden Medical Dltcov
Ty.v" write Mrs. Klmer l. Shearer, of Mount
hove, Iincatter Co., I'a nd can say that I am
cumi of that dreaded disease, uterine trouble.
Am in belter health than ever before Kvery
our who knows me it surprised to see me loolc
so well. In June 1 was so poor in health that
at times I could not wallc. To-day I am W.
I tell everybody that l)r I'ierce's medicines
1'nrcE. Dr Pierce's Common Sense Med
ical Adviser is :ntret on receipt of atamps
to pay expense of mailing only ,5end jl
one-cent stamps for the cloth-bound volume.
Address World's Dispensary Medical Asso
ciation, Proprietors, lluffalo, N. Y.
DAILY EAST CREGONIAN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23,
ped all but 100 friends. When the
$100,000 grew to $1,000,000, his list
of friends and decreased to BO. When
he could count $100,000,000, he had
only two friends left. The $500,000,'
000 mark he celebrated by observing
that a man's only friend was him
self. When he achieved his hllllim,
he was so sore on himself that he
was unhappy ever after. "
The election In Oregon this yo.tr
will be of unusual Interest, because
It is the forerunner of the presldon-
,!, Cectlon. The political wind In , ,,,,, rHlu)cln,Iv
this state will be tried thoroughly ,,nrk nM, w,rt that
by the prophets. Its veering will (m(i ml(lg )u tl0 Kllt restnurnntB,
mean much in tho presidential cam- nru n)niost all made of horseflesh,
imlgn. for the result In Oregon will Tho new horse slaughter house Is to
nave a tendency ,o -irttS
asm to the latter end of the preal- m f()()(, f()r ,,nr,Bnn(1,
dentlal campaign. While the ontliu- ( ...
slasni In the state cannot compiro 0) ,i,0 wlll also bo Inscribed
to tho election of 1902. because of ,nu i,m ()f faro or tho llrst horaollosh
there being no governor to elect, dinner given In Paris at the Hostou
there w, "be sulllclent latere, to JT Jrltt
keep up a fusllnde ur orator ironi c.eoffroy Saint Hllulre who, as
May till November. j t)ng ngo as IS I", used to say to his
' friends: "Eat horse steaks cut rrom
When Peter the Great built Kits- the lllet; they are delicious!"
sla's first navy,
he was so Ignorant
of the laws of nature, that he rc-,
fused to euulp IiIb vessels with fresh
water, saying mm u "
gaut waste of space to carry wa'er
inside a vessel, while the vessel must
float In wnter. His sailors should
learn to drink salt water, and do
.... t i ii f .,....
away with the foolish habit of carry-
ing fresh wnter on board. His ex
periment killed S.OOO of the llower of
his empire within two years.
HORSE MEAT AS FOOD.
Nineteen hundred and four will be
memorable In culinary art as the
tirst year in which horseflesh ob
tained from the city of Paris the -!
ficlal recognition as legitimate hu
man food, writes n Pnrls correspond
ent of the New York Tribune Hith
erto horse butchers were found in
the outskirts of the town, and spe
cial almost clandestine slaughter
houses were utilized for them
The abattoirs at La Vllette wore
eloseil tn horses, but now tor the
- first time, a regular horse slaughter
house has been Installed In Paris. It
is expected that this will greatly In
crease the consumption of horsellesh
In Iarls. Lasl year no less thun
36,000 horses wore eaten In the city
A few years aco barely C000 horses
were brought to the butchers. The
price is 50 per cent cheaier thnn
beef. The price of old horses, whlcit
singularly enough, are said to make
the best meat, has risen from $10
Great Alteration Sale
rz - OF ----
Workmen will soon be crowding tis for room to
remodel our store building. We must make
room. The stock must be reduced. Come
and help us and you will be sure to help your
selves. We are overstocked, especially on
Iron Beds, Mattresses, Carpets
In these we can show you bargains not found
elsewhere. Make good your opportunity and
save money while you can. See our 3 -piece
bebf oom suit, golden oak. swell drawer, French
plate mirror, for $ 1 9. A new line of Folding
Go-Carts just received.
Yours for Bargains
M. A. R.ADER
MAIN AND WEBB STREETS
Undertaking Parlors in Connection
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to $S0 apiece. Tho butchers liny
nged broken-down nnlmnlB from tho
rah (omimnles and put them out ot
grass for a few weeks, and then they
are taken to the slaughter house.
Paris horse meat Is darker in color
Amateurs sny that It hart the deli
cate taste of spring chicken nnd tho
aroma ot goose fat. Horseflesh Is,
however, soldoin eaten in tho form
of steaks or roust Joints. It makes
oxeullont poMui-feut nnd palatable
ptewR. with potatoes and tripe the
tripe being a product of the home's
The following Is a copy of th-s
menu ot the fnmous horso baniiuet
at the Vefour:
gmit,hS0Il ,Io chevnl. d'ane, de millet
Pot-au-feu do ehevul, Heinoule.
' PHEMIEIl SERVICE
1 C heva a a Oeoffroy SalnMIIInlre.
l.angue de ehevul fiiinee. sauce pl-
Choux de Ilruxelles a
gralsso tie ebevai.
Filet de cheval a la Decrolx.
Jambons fumes d'ape ut de nutlet.
Haricots panaches u la gralsse
I de chevnl.
The repast was very unlimited
I Horse snusuges. horse soup, horses'
, tongue, horse's brains with vinegar
' and butter, the saddle of horse with
tender filet, and benns stewed In
I horse fat. created a heroic thirst,
which was slaked with the wines
from the choicest vintages of Chain
, pagne. Ilurgundy and llordenux.
The Sanger mine. In Union coun
ty, wlll be operuted on a larger
scale than ever, this year. It Is one
of the oldest mines In Eustern Ore
gon and has produced wonderfully
Dr. .Manuel Amador Is the new 1
and first president of Panama. Two
of the thiee vice-presidents are also
physicians. All are "grade" Spun
lards. 4-4-4-4-4-4- 14-44 4
4444 - 4 -
March 4 Socialist
April 10 Democratic
April 14 Ilopubllcan
April 10 Meeting of Oreeun Cat.
Juno in. 10. 17-Oregon encamp,
ment C5. A. It., Hood ltlver.
GAME NEAR DYING
From an Awful Skin Humour.
Scratched Till Blood Ran.
' Wasted to Skoloton.
One Application Soothed Him to
Sleop. Cure Speedy
" When my little boy was about threo
months old his head broke out with a
rash, which was very Itchy and rau con
siderable watery lluld. V c tried every
thing we could, but ho got worse all the
time till It spread to bis arms, legs, and
then to his entire body, and he got so
bad that he came near dying. The rash
would Itch so thnt he would scratch till
the blood ran, and a thin yellowish stuff
would be all over his pillow In tho morn
lng. I had to put mittens on his hands
to keep him from tearing his skin around
Ids wrists. He got so weak and run
down that he took fainting spells like
we would think 1dm dying. lie was al
most a skeleton and his little bauds
were thin llko claws.
" He was bad about eight months
when we tried Cntlcura Remedies. I
had not laid him down In his cradle In
the daytime for a long time. He had
got so that he just slept In our arms till
the time. 1 washed him with Cntlcura
Soap und put on one application of
Cntlcura Ointment and he was so
soothed that I put him iu the cradle.
You don't know how glad I felt when he
felt better. ItUitikone box of Cntlcura
Ointment, pretty near one cuke of Cull
cura Kemp, and about half a bottle of
Cntlcura Resolvent, to cure. I think
our little boy would have died only fur
the Cuttcura Remedies, and 1 shall al
ways remain a firm friend of them."
Mus. M. C. M AITLAN1), Jasi-eii,
No return iu 1 4 years. Mrs. Maitlaud
writes, under date of Feb. L'4, l'J03, that
the cure Is permanent.
" It affords me much pleasure to In
form you that It Is fourteen years since
tny buy was cured of the terrible skin
disease from which be suffered.
" tie hnB been permanently cured and
Is hearty and strong."
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(la torn ot LboroUu Ctll Hll. Uc. pr 'Ml at oi),
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botiM Kq. I l.m.4 Aim d I. Illl Uctoa, IS ColumbM
. I'otur Orar Chtm. Op.. Sol. ImptUtan.
Sv &ail for "How t Cur. Lftrj Uubwui."
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of our ea U Tw.iu-i.j
TEST THE RES
wuen mere isfrmptau
relk-ve all eye stain,!
wings ciear, uurpntsi.
adjusted glas are nufei
pay u man BuilsrraiH
Best 25 cent HeiliitbO
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and nana, -bams
and dwelling. '
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