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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1904.
EIGHT
page,;
NEW BOOKS ARRIVING DAILY AT
Nolf's Big Book Store
HERE ARE SOME OF THE LATEST:
"Rulers of Kings," by Ger
trude Athorton; "Invention of
the Idiot." by Bangs; "The
Memoirs of a Baby," by Do3
knn: "Extracts Prom Adam's
Diary," bv Mark Twain: "The
Yoke." by .Miller; "Oh, What a
Plague Is Love," by Tynan:
"A Fearless Investigator." by
Wildon,
Also another shipment of
"IJttle Shepherd of Kingdom
Come."
"Abner Daniel," by Harben.
"Lux Crucls." by Oardenhlre
"Sir Mortimer," by Johnston.
"The Beau's Comedy," by
Harper.
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AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Published every afternoon (except Sunday)
at Pendleton, Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
Telephone, Main 11.
Entered at Pendleton postotllce ns second
class matter.
If you would help to make the
wrong things right.
Begin at home; there lies
a lifetime's toil.
Weed your own garden fair
for all men's sight.
Before you plan to till an
other's soil.
God chooses His own leaders
In the world.
And from the rest He asks
but willing hands.
As mighty mountains Into
place are hurled.
While patient tides mny only
shape the sands.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
lent civilization would be an until-
reeled social chaos.
The upward tendency of human
government began with the Christian
era. It was slow and wavering for
centuries. The superstitious hung
like millstones about the necks of
the faithful, but that fnlth has tri
umphed. It is peculiarly fitting and pecull-
arly Impressive, to witness the as
semblage of the representatives of
the American continent upon which
Christian government has attained
Its zenith, doing homnge at the
sacred spot that gave birth to the
founder of that faith, two thousand
years ago.
PAINFUL, BUT TRUE.
ON HOLY GROUND.
Today SflO American delegates to
the World's Sunday School Con
gress together with 5W English and
perhaps 200 of other nationalities are
meeting In a tent outside of Herod's
Gate, In front of the city of Jerusa
lem. Transferred to the actual scenes
of the life of Christ and his associa
tes during his life, the work and
faith of the thinking Christian must
take on a stronger color and a deeper
hold. To walk over and view the ac
tual points of interest In the life of
this greatest character In human his
tory, is to become Imbued with firm
er faith In the regenerating forces
sent forth in his doctrines for the
betterment of mankind.
Through Herod's Gate. Christ him
self, passed time and time again, al
though Jerusalem now wears but lit
tle resemblance to the Jerusalem of
Christ's time. About the walls of
that historic place the master and
his flock wearily wandered on their
mission of light and reformation.
To the Americans gathered there,
the association and presence of the
chief places of Interest In the life of
Christ are peculiarly interesting.
They come from a nation unheard
of and a country- not discovered unV
til almost 1,500 years after the birth
of Christ, yet they pay homage to
him and recognize his teachings as
the message of life to their far world
removed by the width of the earth
from the sacred beginnings of the
Christinn faith.
There the visitors are shown the
hill of Calvary, the Garden of Geth
semane, the path of sorrow, where
the Savior of the world bore his
cross by the long ascent to the place,
of death. There they see the tradl
tional tomb of Christ, where the
very angels from heaven are said to
have stood, on that darkened day of
death, to touch the sealed stone be
fore his grave and set free the lm
prisoned lord of the world.
These thrilling scenes will inspire
the faithful to deeper reverence,
They will add tho touch of reality to
the tenets of faith. They will cause
these wondering delegates to return
home with a stronger conviction
deepened In the very presence of the
scenes familiar to the Savior.
Infidelity and rage have wrecked
Jerusalem. Barbarian hosts have
boasted that not a stone remained
unturned upon Us sacred founda
tions. Scoffers havo defiantly derid
ed tho followers of Christ nt tho
humble beginnings of their faith and
tho supernatural sources of their be
lief but the fact remains that do
spite all the fire of fanatical rage
and fury, despite all tho nice logic
of agnostics, despite all tho elo
quence of. philosophers, and all the
studied thrusts of disbelievers, that
without the teachings of Christ,
without tho foundations of the Chris
tian religion In the governments and
constitutions of the world, tho pres.
The Salem Journal, one of the
leading republican papers In the
state, gives utterance lo the follow
Ing spirited sermon on the political
situation in Oregon.
It is worth a lot of good hard con
slderation among all classes and
parties, as there are truths contain
ed in Its homely arraignment of the
dominating party In Oregon, which
nre vital to the future of the state
If such arraignment will drive the
republicans to remedy the wrongs
recited in this editorial, then there
Is no need for further agitation. But
If the legislature refuses to heed
such calls from the people, then
there Is a need for a political land
slide which will bury forever In Or
egon the party which recognizes the
existence of the evils named but
which refuses to right them In the
Interests of the people. The Journal
says:
"The Journal has not the heart to
deride Oregon democrats. They have
put up a good ticket and adopted a
pretty good platform. On that flat
mm
The Cause of Many
Sudden Deaths.
There is a disease prevailing in this
country most dangerous ltecauseso decei-
livc .Many smitten
deaths are caused
by it heart dis
ease, pneumonia,
heart failure or
i apoplex y are often
ttie result ot kid
ney disease. If
kidney trouble is
alloucdtoadvauce
tliekiilllt?v-toisnn-
ii ed blood" will at
tack the vital organs, causing catarrh of
the bladder, or the kidneys themselves
break down und wnste away cell by cell.
Bladder troubles almost always result
from a ucrungement ot the kidneys and
a cure is obtained quickest by a proper
treatment ot me Kionevs. it you are leel
tK badly you can make no mistake by
taking lir." Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the
yreat kidney, liver and bladder remedy
It corrects inability to hold urine and
scalding pain lit passing It, and over
comes that unpleasant necessity of being
compelled to eo often through the day.
and to get up many times during the
night. The mild and the extraordinary
effect of Suaiup-Koot is soon realized.
It stands the highest for its wonderful
tires of the most distressmi' cases.
Swamp-Root i-i pleasant to take and is
.old by all druggists in titty-cent and
iiie-dollar sie bottles. You may have a
-ample bottle ot tins wonuerlul new dts-
-overv and a ImmjU that tells all about it.
toth sent free by mail. Address, Dr. Kil-
ncr i: Co.. Iunehamtott, N. V. When
.vritine; mention reading this generous
offer in this pairer. Don't make any
mistake, but remember the name, Swaiup
Koot, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the
address, Binghamton, N. V., on every
bottle
salary business and the direct
mary movement they havo got
best of the republicans.
"The republicans have got to get
In and make good on several things.
They have got to pass that flat sal
ary bill In spite of h 1 and high
wntor, whether they like It or not.
'They have got to reduce their
state tax and hold appropriations
down to something near the business
limit.
"They have got to get In and build
that portage railroad, or go out of
business In Eastern Oregon. A 20-year-In-the-future
canal will not do,
gentlemen,
"The Journal wishes to be modest
about suggesting these things. It
would always be modest. It mildly
suggests that 'Governor Geer be re
nominated and that a Hat salary law
be enacted.
"Republican managers spnt on
these mild and kindly and more or.
less intelligent suggestions, nnd fol- j
lowen some superior wisdom ot tneir
own.
They lost their governor and are
up against It on the flat salary question.
'The Journal later urged that Gov
ernor Geer call a special session so
that the $500,000 world's fair bill
could be passed without log-rolling
as much more thorough on the
strength of that measure.
"Well, the fear that someone
would or would not be elected sena
tor prevented a special session and
the Portland fair bill went through
loaded with about fiiuO.nQO of other
Jobs."
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Eczema. Beginning- often with a slight redness of the skin it gradually
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oozes which dries nnd scales off or forms bad looking sores and scabs. It ap
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The terrifying itching
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SASH, DOORS
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Lumber Yard
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The street carmen's strike of San
Francisco Involves the administra
tion. A retired army officer. Colonel
Austin Coolldge, Is accused of nctlng
as an agent to get bauds of scab la
borers together to supplant strikers,
and complaint has been made to
Hoosevelt.
Twenty-five hundred men are
working as a night shift by artificial i
light, on tho World's Fair grounds i
nt St Louis. I
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Suits that other stores are
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