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ltlch's News Stands, at Hotel l'ortland,
and Hotel l'erklns, l'ortland, Oregon.
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tion. San Kranclsco llurcau, 408 Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, no!) Security lliilldlns.
Washington, I). C, Ilureau, 501 1 1th
St., K. V.
Kntered at I'endleton postofflcc as tecond
as the constitution provides that no
public money shall be expended on
a sectarian school.
The decision against tho Northern
Securities mersor will create but
little enthusiasm. Tho anti-trust
crusade of the Hooscvelt adminis
tration began with a flourish of trum
pets and ends In a dull thud. Tho
trusts are now so firmly Intrenched,
and the laws against them, seeming
ly so weak and unmeaning, that tho
peoplo have decided that II will ho
just as well to permit the trusts and
combines to contintio ' to organize
and make them ready for the peoplo
to take charge of them, when the
time Is ripe. John I'lerpont Morgan
says that the trusts are the founda
tion of government ownership. Tho
trust crusade mlgiu as well cease.
They are only preparing tho way for
the people to take control of their
Tho wild beasts have their
lairs, dens anu caves whereto
they may retreat, whereas the
men who fought and died for
the land have nothing In It
save air and light, but aro
forced to wander to and fro
without a resting place or
house wherein ' they may
lodge. The poor folk go forth
to war, to fight and die for
tho delights, riches and super
fluities of others, and they are
falsely called lords and rulers
of tho habitable world in that
land whero they havo not so
much as a single Inch that
they may call their own. Ti
.Union county Is now enjoying a
profitable fanners' Institute, In which
some of tho best speakers In tho
-state aro taking part. Umatilla
county could imltato this example to
her advantage. There is work ahead
Tor somebody, whether It will be
dono by farmers or not. Instead of
going to Walla Walla to enjoy an
agricultural fair, or patronizing a
fro3ty street carnival, tho citizens of
Umatilla county should havo a coun
ty fair association. A farmers' In
stitute will lay tho foundation for
such an organization.
The depravity of Peter NIedor
nioyerv one of the car barn murder
ers of Chicago, is startling. After
his conviction of murder yesterday,
he made a confession, in which he
says ho has committed 23 murders
one for every year of his life. Somo
of these murders aro tho most cold
blooded in the history of Chicago
criminal courts all of them were
committed for money. In point of
ago, this places Nledermeyer at the
head of the list of 20th century mur
derers. For five years this gang of
car barn murderers has terrorized
tho city of Chicago. Innocent lives
have been snuffed out without a sec
ond's warning, by these midnight
murderers and highwaymen. To
hang such a man seems a trilling
punishment for such n life of wanton
crime. Yet revolting as aro his
crimes, this arch-fiend of modern civ
ilization must consider himself for
tunate that he lives In an enlighten
ed age, which allows aim to pass out
of exlstenco without torture, com
mensurate Willi IiIb record. In
China Neidermoyer would suffer ten
thousand deaths, by vivisection and
piecemeal execution. Hanging is im
measurably less than ho could expect.
My ship went out across tho bar,
Day's golden car
Sank In tho West, the light passed
Tho night-fogs flung
Tho cliffs among
A veil; tho buoy-bells chimed n
The snaky breakers writhed and
Helow the mist
And eerie noises Issued from the
My ship went out across the bar,
Near and afar
I heard her sailors voicing full and
A stormy stave
Of stormy wave
And winds that heave tho rolling
A rich, hoarse-noted paean to
That Viking strain
That echoed from the tempest
My ship went out across the bar,
No peering star
Through wreaths or whirling fog
bank saw her flee
- Hoynnd the gray
Eve-shrouded west, beyond mortality
' Out from the llghthouse-guldlng
I saw her go
llehlnil the vapor curtains of tho sea.
My ship went out across tho bar,
I felt the jar
Of ocean's mighty thunder sym
phony. A monotone
Rang through the slono
Foundations of the hills; eternity
Was In the hollow basses of the
That darkling fell
Along the trembling margin of tho
My ship went out across the bar
A drifting spat
Was all the waves at morn returned
The fog that hung
The cliffs among
Spread over all their pallid drapery.
And a gray gull poised on lovel
Down on the waif tossed by tho
Pendleton, .March J, 1901.
S, Davidson and Frank Davidson
were arrested and are in jail at Now
Orleans, charged with hawking "ob
scene" pictures. The pictures were
quite well executed and entirely con
ventional imitation photos snowing
Hooker T. Washington and President
Hoosovelt sitting at a dinner table
The best victory of tho Japanese
In tho present war Is in tho success
ful suppression of tho news. They
havo made ono of tho hits of tho
century In censoring tho reports from
the field of conflict, and If thoy aro
now whipped by Russia, their tri
umph over tho correspondent will
havo been ono of tho greatest vic
tories of the age. Although tho field
is covered with energetic corres
pondents, and the movements of tho
armies aro watched with the utmost
dllllgence, no satisfactory reports
.aro now reaching tho outside world.
The boast of tho Associated Press
that tho war news from tho Orient
will bo sent to tho great morning
papers of that association first, here
utter, by way of San Francisco, falls
flat when It Is found that tho even
Ing papers will publish tho nuws 12
hours ahead of them, In their own
-cities. Ily sending tho reports east
ward, by way of tho United States,
to London, instead of westward from
Port Arthur by way of Suez, tho
.afternoon papers in the United
States aro securing tho cream of wnr
news 12 hours ahead of tho morning
Pcudletun taxpayers marked an
epoch In tho muss meeting on tho
school question last night. Instead
of giving the school board $:S0,000,
as asked, they gavo $02,000. Instead
f promising one eight-room hulld-
ng, thoy promised two such build
ings. If those who so heartily doubl
ed tho bond Issue asked by the
school hoard, will now work as un
selfishly and nobly as they talked
last night, tho school room situation
In this city is settled for tho uoxt
10 years. The board did not hope
to secure such an amount as was
recommended. It knows full well
that the city Indebtedness Is heavy,
and felt that a large bond issue would
be a menace to school Improvement
this year, but tho citizens who came
to the relief of the board In this des
perate situation, were so enthusias
tic and so unanimous In tho proffer
ed aid, that tho board will put tho
$62,000 boud issue to a vote, with the
understanding that If It falls, a $30,
000 Issue will bo Immediately voted
upon, as tho situation cannot bo tol
erated another year. All tho work
Is yet ahead. Every lover of tho pub
lie schools must now labor day and
night, to accomplish what has been
started by this public spirited com
munlty. Tho enthusiasm and gen
eroslty of tho mass meeting must
now bo supplemented by vigorous,
hearty, earnest and untiring worli
among tho taxpayers, to secure tho
passage of the boud issue.
A new phase of tho Mormon ques-
tlon has arisen in Southeastern
Idaho. In somo of tho counties In
that Portion of tho stato bordering
on -Utah, tho settlement Is niado up
almost exclusively of Mormons. Tho
public schools are officered and
taught by Mormons and all tho social
and religious functions of tho local
Itlos are strictly Mormon. It Is now
charged that Mormon doctrine is
openly taught In tho public schools
tberitnndJMatfimovemont '8 n toot,
April 19 Democratic stato con
April 14 Republican stnto con1
April 1C Meeting of Oregon Cat-
tlo-growers' Association, Poitlnnd.
May 2 Oregon Federation of La
bor, Oregon City.
May 4 General M. E. eonferonco,
Juno C General olectlon in Ore
Juno ID, 10, 17 Oregon encamp
mont G, A. It., Hood Itlver.
Italian republicans of Portland aro
frg) METRO P LI
just m rsME.
A motornian in Chicaco ran his car
onto the approach of an open bridge but
rtopped it with the fender actually over-
banging tne gun ueiow. tie woumn.
want to repeat the experiment because
the chances are that iie'd never again
have the same good fortune.
Once tn a
while some one
who has travel
ed to the very
edge ot tue
danger line of
ease stops just
in time to save
bis health. Hut
the majority of
people go across
tue une. aim
slight svuiDtoius of indigestion crow to
disease of the stomach, involving the
other organs of digestion and nutrition.
lnuigeition anu otner lorms ot stom
ach "trouble" are perfectly and per
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It Is smooth and perfect
because skillfully pre
pared Its purity Is
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a specialty,
AltaSt, Opp. Court House
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt nttont'on glvon and all
work exeeutod properly.
Electrical Supplies of all kinds
OFFICE-121 WEST COUHT ST.
Good mid Pure
At prices as low as tho lowest.
3X6 COURT ST.
The new stock
of 904 patterns
is now in
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Our facilities for furnishing you
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JOERGER, THE TAILOR
CORNER COURT AND GARDEN STREETS.
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
The showing of ladles' watches III
more than usually IntorestlnK. Wil
hnve added a largo number of neil
designs and now styles to our aj-l
ready large assortment. Where therJ
Is so much beauty nnd morlt a cholcd
may he difficult, hut prices will helpl
to a selection.
LADIES' WATCHES from $5 upl
Warranted "movement In reliable 2rl
year case, $1G.00.
Jeweler and Optician
"WHAT HAPPENED TO ITT
"Oh, the old story. Horse shied
bolted, rnttlety hang smash!
You see tno result. Fix It up. oil
man, the best you can and as quick!
ly as you can." Our Irlond had Ml
wagon buck in short order, staunch
solid, not u weak spot In It, joJ
luokiug "its good as now." Mo
his oxamplo when In Hko trouble.
Examine our Winona wagons!
hacks and buggios. They Iwe steel!
clad hubs, run easy, made from wrl
dried timber and warranted to
norlor to all other makes. We hitl
them In stock.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
Well ventilated, neat and com-
fortable rooms, good beds. Bail
! In connection, where bestl
J goods are served.
Main street, center of block!
between Alta and WeMji
BELOW ARE .SOME OF THE PROPOSITIONS OFFERED BY
The E. T. Wade Real Estate Co.
One Section of 25 bushel wheat land.
will go 40 bushels per acre in bar
ley. Over 400 acres In grain. Good
169 Acres 10 acres in garden and
orchard, 100 acres tillable land fine
saw timber, good house, Improve
ments, timber and water; all fen
480 Acres Level land, raises 40
bushels wheat per acre; house and
barn, water, fee, two miles from
Pendleton. Per quarter sec
Quarter Sections 20 bushel wheat
land, Improved, plenty of water.
Per quarter $1,500.
Stock Ranch 320 acres' all fenced.
liaises 200 tons wild bay, stream
of water running through, 15,000
rails on place; open range all
Quarter Sections 100 tons wild
hay; wheat, barley and oats may
bo raised; all fenced, good bouse,
abundance water and timber, range
open adjoining; fine dairy ranch
160 Acres 35 bushel wheat land,
fenced and cross fenced, 10 acres
alfalfa, young orchard, house, plen
ty -water; four miles from Pendlo
320 Acre stock ranch, houso, barns
nnu otner improvements; open
rango adjoining; work horses and
30 head of cattle. All for
400 Acres 25 to 30 bushel wheat
land, all tillable, IS acres garden
may bo Irrigated by fine spring,
good Improvements $ 5,000
19 Quarter Sections 20 to 25 bushel
wheat land, plenty of water and
good Improvements. Per quarter
480 Acres 30 bushel wheat land, ad
joining city limits; 350 acres now
In lino looking grain; good im
provements; three fine springs
200 Acre stock ranch, 30 acres fine
creek bottom land, balance bill
land which may be cultivated or
pastured, 50 acres now In grain...
6 Room House 1 lot, modern con
veniences, close $ 2,000.
10 Room House 2 lots, good loca
tion $ 2,500.
2 Vavant Lots Fine building sites,
Jackson street $ 600.
107 Building Lots From $50 to
Hotel 14 furnished rooms; 2 lots..
Wo have many other good proper
ties, and If wo havo nothing on our
list that you like, we will And what
It Is our business to make you bet
tor prices than any one olse. Come
and seo us before you buy. Wo will
show you our proporty without ox-,
pense to you.
THE E. T. WADE REAL ESTATE CO.
OFFICE IN E. O. BUILDING. P. O. Box 324, Pendleton, Oregon
F. X. SCHEMPP
GOOD DRY WOODl
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at j
W. C. MINN1S
T eave orders at Neuro.l
WHEN YOU WANT
I manufacture overy style '
mounting and carry a compl"!
of Pads, Iks, IlackB, Daters, '
Type, etc. SEALS, STENCH
Checks, Door Plates.
Write me what you wDt
WESLEY ANDREWS, BakerOl
Peace Provokers and
ofton Ho In tho bosom ot a shirt, the
curl of u collar, Honco, logically our
laundry promotos morality, In that
Its output causes no complaint, but
soothes tho troubled spirits of men
accustomed to frayed edges end
crumpled bosoms. Why don't you
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IS THE CHEAP
Bear this In mind JJ
need poultry and w0
and ask for mo i
Poultry and Stock FJi
Kow Kure for your ww
C. F. Colesvvpr 1
i27 120 East A
Agent for Loe's We
Capacity, 150 uuw' - j
Flour oxchanged tor J
Hour, Mill Food, """'
etc., always on uuuu.
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