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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1904.
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Put oft, put oft your mall, yo
kings, and beat your
brands to dust;
A surer grasp your hands
must Know, your hearts
a better trust.
Nay, bend aback the lance's
point, and break the
A nolso Is In tho morning
winds, but not tho nolo
Among tho grassy mountain
paths tho glittering
They come! they come! how
fair their feet they
como that publish
Yea, Victory, fair Victory,
our enemies are ours,
And all the clouds aro clasp
ed In light, and all the
earth with flowers,
Ono of the youthful desperadoes
who has been sentenced to hang for
tho carbarn murders In Chicago,
says he Is going straight from the
gallows to heaven,
Ho has participated in eight wil
fill, premeditated murders, all com
milted for money.
While the police of Chicago hnvo
been shadowing him for tho past
year, not ono minute of his life has
been devoted to any good motive.
Ho has haunted tne toughest
dives, associated with the toughest
vllllans and has cultivated coarse
ness, brutality and depravity of
Caught, tried, found guilty and
sentenced, he now repents in tho
shadow of tho gallows.
Ho didn't havo time lo repent
Ho was too cowardly to quit
ovll ways as long as ho was at
erty and unidentified.
His conversion will bo revolting to
God, although the system of salva
tion may he stretched to receive his
blackened and brutal wool.
You may laugh at the "goody
goody boy" as you call him. Ho Is
doing tho right of his own Inclina
tion and free will and because It !b
pleasant to do tho right.
You will blaspheme and dobaso
your soul and mind by nameless sins
for u lifetime, and then when tho
groy is stealing upon your brow and
tho dimness into your eye, you sud
denly conceive tho Idea of getting
salvation, and you expect to beg
from God what tho "goody-goody"
boy has earned by a llfo of purity,
uprightness, honor and self-respect.
Repentance under fear is a cow
ard's act. Doeds count. Do tho
right In health ami strength ami
vigor of manhood and don't wait
till you aro sick or aged, or on tho
deathbed to beg tho favor you should
havo earned by right living.
This cowardly murduror may havo
sincerely reponted and' ho may go to
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black ami his repentance so long
delayed that he will wish himself
somowhero else, after having enter
ed by tho back tloor of cowardice.
If tho oxalled plan of Christianity
may be criticised brlelly. It Is to
say that one mistake has been made
in holding nut tho hope that the
coward may live wrong anil then by
repentance at the last moment, die
It has mado It too easy for a living
rascal to become a dying Christian.
It may be justice to the bad man
lo permit him to defy morality, re
ligion and right for a lifetime, and
then through a merciful leniency to
win paradise by a lato repentance,
but It Is not justice to the good
man, who has trod the lowly path
and lived tho law.
One good deed In life should over
balance a thousand prayers in the
presence of death.
The wheat pit frenzy is to
transferred from Chicago to
Francisco. Tho triumph of
Francisco in winning from
Windy City, even tho right to deal
in wheat on a limited scale is the
greatest commercial movement of
tho century. And yet It Is but a nat-
il ovolutjon. Civilization and set
tlement are crowding westward.
The center of population Is moving
westward, tho commercial animus of
the country Is concentrating more
:ind more about the western sea
ports, as the grasping markets of the
Orient make fiercer demands upon
western centers. It is but natural
that San Francisco and Portland
and Seattle become great shipping
centers and In another decade the
gram market of this coast will not
bo made In tho Chicago pit, hut In
our own Portland. The delay of this
westward movement of the wheat
market Is tho only wonder there Is
about It. Tho same great commer
cial revolution must take place in
tho livestock market and tho provls'
on marKet. within a tow years
ortland and San Francisco, and not
Chicago, Kansas City and Omaha
will be too centers for . all Pacific
Malcolm a. Moody was ono of the
most energetic, progressive young
men in congress nnd while there he
did more for Eastern Oregon In dl
rectlng tho attention of tho govern
meut to the possibilities of irriga
tion here than any one member of
congress from Oregon has over done,
His friends are legion In Eastern
Oregon, among all parties and the
injustice and extreme maliciousness
of tho opposing faction in bringing
charges against him and In carry.
Ing the persecution so far as to se.
euro his indictment, is not a matter
of pleasant memory to carry Into tho
coming campaign. Mr. Moody's
friends should vindicate him and
give him tho honors ho deserves.
FEW DIVORCES IN CANADA.
It seems that 34 years from 186"
to 1901 thcro wore in the Dominion
of Canada 69 divorces. In this coun
try in tho samo time there wero in
round numbers luO.OOO. There aro
In this country single towns of fewer
than 1,000 population that file more
applications for divorce than all
uanada. It comes largely of our
having made It easy to secure di
vorces, encouragement to a vicious
kind of legislation.
In Canada the application goes to
tho dominion parliament. Tho appli
cant must appear beforo tho divorce
committee of tho senate with a peti
tion, and tho bill must be accompa
nied by proof of servlco on tho re
spondent, it must havo thrco read
ings as all bills, .and the applicant
must present his own case to tho
If tho committee recommends the
bill, a third reading comes, as It is
voted oil In committee of tho whole
In the senate, ami If adopted, Is
then passed or rejected by tho lowor
house in tho former caso It is
signed by tho governor general and
then, nnd not until then, is thero a
divorce. Canadian carefulness com
pared with our .looseness certainly
should afford us food for thought.
Just 40 years ago "Emperor" Max-
Imiliau undertook to ussumo tho gov
ernment and crown of Mexico. Ho
was shot a year and a halt Inter.
His widow, Carlota, is still living in
Jlrussels Insane nBylum.
This Is the magic place of all tho
Imagination's very dream como
Could those great Hags against the
Elsewhere have countered such do.
Only Enchantment. Bayly In control
Of all things wonderful, could re
Such color, form, material and soul
Unveil a second Venire to the
That gondola besldo trto water door
Of the Palazzo moored beneath
.There's sheer enchantment what
cnuld move you more?
Its very mirror, trembling to tho
Seems more substantial ; sec above
Pomegranates, oleanders, pearl
Watch Us reflection mount to meet
Of ovory dropping petal, wept or
domes and towers.
and Art In
Its own clime
Art of uplifted stone and
Theso are the past, wonders of that
When gods still wont among the
sons of men,
Then Venice bloomed, the blossom
of the hour
Tho last cweet petal at Its heart
Slowly they fall hut still how fair
This is the magic place of all tho
A MODEL FACTORY.
At tho great aniline dye factories
In Germany, employing upward of
15,000 men, consideration for tho
worklngmnn's comfort has been car
ried out to a notable extent.
The works at I.udwlgshnren, where
7500 men aro mployed form unique
Industrial community. Scattered
in tho neighborhood of tho works aro
colonies of model houses where the
workmen live. Each family has two
rooms, a Kltcnen, two ceiuus ami i.'
spuare metres of garden. The rent
of a lodging Is less tnan 50 cents per
Eight kilometres from Laulwlgslia
fen the company has founded anoth
er colonv of Its workmen, ami
moraine and evening It runs them in
to tho works In Bpeclal trains freo of
coat. A huge dining-room containim;
600 seats Is at their disposal, where
dinners consisting of hnlf a pound of
meat nnd one litre of soup are sup
plied for 20 pfennigs and half a Htro
of coffee ror two pfennig. For married
men whose wives or children bring
tnem their dinner a commodious hall
has been erected where tho men may
The club-house Is a splendid es
tablishment, with restaurant, reading
rooms, billiard .room, n largo hall for
entertainments and a well equipped
library. Thero Is a hospital kept up
by tho company, a homo for conva
lescents, n bathing establishment fur
the workmen's wives and children, a
home for lylng-ln women and a
school in which wives and grown
daughters aro taught how to keep
house, cook, wash, Iron, how to grow
vegetables In the garden, how to
sew and uso the sowing machine,
how to market and how to handle a
baby. Now York World.
The New Anaesthetic.
Dentist Will you take gas, sir?
Patient No, just read mo a Trlb
tine editorial. Town Topics.
Since tho campaign entered upon
by the health authorities against tho
hordes of rats at tho London docks,
255,372 havo been destroyed.
"I have no more
and rest very well at
When a woman suffers from female
weakness and irregularity or other forms
of womanly disease, the effect is cer
tain to be marked In her nervous sys
tem, the general effect being, as in Mrs.
Woodin's case, " nervous headaches, rest
lessness at night ' and a run-down condi
tion. It is simply common sense then
which says if you cure the female weak
ness, irregularity, etc., you will cure the
nervousness, sleeplessness and other con
sequences of womanly disease.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures
the womanly diseases which undermine
the general health. It establishes regu
larity, dries enfeebling drains, heals In
flammation and ulceration, ami cures
female weakness. It cures headache,
nervousness, sleeplessness, etc., by cur
ing the womanly diseases which cause
Sick women arc invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All correspond
ence strictly private. Address Dr. R. V.
Pierce. Buffalo, N. Y.
"I feel more thin iirateful to you for lh
beurnt I have rcccivt d from Dr. Pierce's Favor,
ite l'rrcriplioit ami -Oolden Medical Discov
ery," write Mr. Hrvie H. Woodlii, of Mille tion.
DulcliChS Co . N. Y . care of Wax No. I. "For a
number of year 1 had been troubled with female
weakuth, ncrvou headache, irregularity, rcrt
leiumruat nisht and. in fact watall run-dunn,
but alter Uklng three bottle of ' favorite lie
fecrintloit' and oue of 'Golden Medical Discov
ery feel that I am entirely cured, I have ua
more uervou headaches, aud rest very well at
ntfiht . in fact, feel like a dllTereut person,
thanks loyour kiud adSice and wonderful medi
cine I earnestly ahie all whoiufler from any
similar troubles to write to Dr. Tierce at once
They will not regret It."
"Favorite Prescription" has the testi
mony of thousands of women to its com
plete cure of womanly diseases. Do not
accept an unknown aud unproved sub
stitute in its place.
Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets should lie
used with " Pnvorite Prescription " when
ever a laxative is required.
JOERGER, THE TAILOR
CORNER "COURT AND GARDEN STREETS.
Do You Enjoy
Try "Pendleton Boqact'
JRMDE OF UMATIL
WHEN SICK GET CURED
lly a man who will thoroughly understand your nllment. No gue3S
work or experimenting, hut r. sure cure when euro Is possible. And
that means hundreds of cases deemed Incurable by American doc
tors. I understand the medical qualities of roots, herbs, "barks and
berries unknown to other practitioners.
DR. WING LEE
Chinese Physician, 280 Burnside Street, Fortlaiid, Oregon
THE 15 EST
THE MOST WHOLESOME
WITHOUT A BUPERIOIt
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The Standard of Excellency. ;
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS :
W. S. Byers, Proprietor. I
WHEN YOU WANT A GOOD ROO F
One that won't leak. One that will be fire-proof. One that has proven
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ELATERITE ROOFING. It costs no more than cheap, worthless paper
or any other unsatisfactory class of roofing material, but It's worth
moro. Let us quote prices.
The Elatcrite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland. Oregon
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Seo nature, In all her glorious
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man's handiwork. Tho first
is found along tho line of
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a Good Smoke?
and "Pride of Umatilla."
A. ROHDE, Maker
Peace Provokers and
often Ho In tho bosom of a shirt, the
curl of a collar. Hence, logically our
laundry promotes morality, In that
Its output causes no complaint, but
soothes the .troubled spirits of men
accustomed to frayed edges r.nd
crumpled bosoms. Why don't you
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Massage, Halrdressing and
Manicuring. Rooms 3 and 6,
over Martin's grocery. Leave
orders at Brock A. McComas'
drug store. The Oriental par
lors are In charge of Conala E.
Breyer, a graduate of Lola E.
Shaw's parlors, of Boise City,
8hampoo with Scalp Treat,
Shampoo with Hair Curl
ing, Head Steaming for ladles
J. L. VAUGHN
Prompt attention given and all
work exeoutod properly.
Bleotrleal Supplies or all kinds
OFFICB-121 WBST COURT ST.
A GROUP OF BEAUTIES.
The showing of ladles' watches Is
more than usually Interesting. We
have added a large number of new
designs and new styles to our al
ready large assortment. Where there
Is so much beauty and merit a choice
may be difficult, hut prices will help
to a selection.
LADIES' WATCHES from $5 up.
Warranted movement In reliable 29
year case, $15.00.
Jeweler and Optician
"WHAT HAPPENED TO IT?"
"Oh, tho old story. Horse shied.
bolted, rattlety bang smash!
You see t.ie result. Fix It tip, old
man, the best you can and as quick
ly as you can." Our, friend had his
wagon back In short order, staunch,
solid, not a weak spot In it, and
looking "as good as now." Folto
his example when In like trouble.
Examine our Winona wagons,
hacks and buggies. They have steel
clad hubs, run easy, made from air-
dried tlmLer and warranted to be su
perior to all other makes. We have
them In stock.
N EAGLE BROS.
Big Brick Blacksmith Shop.
Well ventilated, neat and com-
fortable rooms, good beds. Bar
in connection, where best J
goods nre served. J
Main street, center of block,
between Alta and Webb
F. X. SCHEMPP
GOOD DRY WOOD
I have good sound wood
which is delivered at
W. C. MINNIS
Leave orders at Neunian's
WHEN YOU WANT
I manufacture every style on air
mounting and carry a complete stock
of Pads, Inks, Racks, Daters, Rubbef
Type, etc. SEALS, STENCILS, TrJ
Checks, Door Plates.
Write mo what you want. I
please you by return mall.
WESLEY ANDREWS, Baker Clty;
IS THE CHEAPEST
Bear this In mind when JW
need poultry and stock suppl'6
and ask for the International
Poultry and Stock Food,
Kow Kure for your cow trou
bles. C. F. Golesworthy
frt tin East Alta St.
Agent for Lee's Lioe KMr j
Walter's flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrols a day
Vlonr nvflinnunil for wheat.
Flour, Mill Feed, Chopped" Fe
etc., always on hand,
"TTriwniin mm n i