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    1904.
PAGE FOUR.
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 17,
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
iJVbllshed every afternoon (eiwpt Snnttaj)
nt Pendleton. Oreson. by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
srnsciuiTio.N katks.
tally, one year by mall
Dally, six months by mall
Dally, tliree months by mnll
Daily, one month dt raair . .
Dally, ir month by carrier
Weekly, one year by man
WeefclT. six months by mall
'Meekly, four month by mall . . .
Hrml-Weekly. oue year by mnll . .
8eml-Weekly. atx months by mall
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Drlndisl. The Mont Conls furnishes
the shortest nnd quickest route from
France and northwestern Europe to
Genoa, the chief route between con
trnl Europe and Italy is thnt through
the St. Gnthnrd. ami travel from
P,aris nutl Genoa to Austria passes
largely through the Arlberg. With
the completion of the Slmplon tunnel
the Alps have been practically anni
hilated for purposes of travel nud
traffic.
Member Scrlpps-McIUe
tlon.
News Assocla-
The ISwt Oregonlan Is on sale nt I'.. It.
men's New Stands at Hotel Portland and
Ilfftel Perkins. lNwtland, Oregon.
San Francisco ltttrMu. JOS Fonrtli St.
CbMBto nnreau. u
Wnshtoctoo. 1). C.
CbMnto nnreau. 000 Security llullding.
uureau, ui nin ar..,
Telepbrne. Main 11.
Entered nt Pendleton poatofflce as second
class matter.
SOUL VISIONS.
Majiy and many of these
men whom we see plodding on
In their dusty ways are travel-
lng with visions In their souls
Nobody knows It but them-
selves and God. Once, years
ago. they saw a light. They
knew. If only for a moment.
what companionships, what
attainments, they were made
for. That light has never
faded. It is the soul of good
things which they are doing
in the world today. It makes
them sure, when other men
think their faith Is gone. It
will be with them till the end.
until they come to nil Its
prophecies. Philips Brooks.
A GREAT TUNNEL.
During the life of the present gen-1
eratlon the Alps have been pierced .
LAST AND FIRST.
The pillar of all churches nt which
civilised nations find a shrine Is
woman. In the city of New York
two-third of the active membership
nnd three-fourths the attendance at
Catholic churches Is made up of wo
men. In the Protestant churches the
proportion of women Is slightly less,
being 57 per cent. "Women and
children together make up a full 74
per cent of the membership of the
Catholic churches and 87 of the Pro
testant. These proportions nre no
toriously true of nil city congrega
tions, but the proportion of women
Is somewhat less In country congre
gations everywhere. The unceasing
and wholly unselfish activity of wo
men in devising ways aud means for
the maintenance of the modern
Church finds a cruel nnd irrational
complement in their almost complete
submergence in all church affairs
aside from those directly connected
with "raising the wind." They are
denied the pulpit, given delegate
i rights by only a few, churches, and
by them grudgingly; but the clergy
and lay authorities stretch welcom
ing arms to the sisters who do so
much to pay salaries and debts as
worshipers and financiers. The
Church will come unto its own as a
humanizing, spiritual factor, and nlso
unto its distinctively temporal rights
only when It extends equal and exact
privileges (not rights, ns the 'right
Is now theirs,) to those who were
"last at the Cross nnd first at the
Sepulchre."
THE ROSE OF MEMORY.
of
THE M'CLELLAN BOOM.
.Mayor McCIellan of New York,
whose presidential boom Is the latest,
four times by tunnels, the latest
these being the greatest of them, the
tunnel under the falmplon pass, worn was born in Dresden. Saxony, hut
on this great enterprise began in ' there is no doubt about his eligibility.
189S, and a French geographical jour-j J' ' already established that a son
, . , u ,i i- l. a.. lrn to American parents in a foreign
nal. quoted by the New ork Sun, ; coumry wut!re ley ,lnppen to be
announces that on the fourth day of , temporarily sojourning, does not have
May the Swiss and Italian workmen, to be naturalized, and the term, "nat-'
who have been aproachlng one nnoth- oral born citizen." means simply born
nul
Once, in a gardon of supreme delight,
1 saw it, rimmed with dew;
Sweot -singing to the rented summer
night:
"It Is a dream of you!
"A dream of- you, dear bringing
sweot unrest,
From which I would not part. . . .
flow could It bloom to wither on ray
breast.
Sweetheart : Sweetheart . Sweet
heart! After the years comes love, by memo
ry led.
Whore stars forget to gleam;
The garden ruined, and the denr rose
dead
The phantom of a dream.
There, with the ghosts, of stars that
made heaven bright.
Alone love kneels, nnd prays the holy
night.
To bring the dream again.
After the years! . . I-lfe is a
little space
The frailest llower's breath.
And life's one Joy to dream of your
dear fare
Down to the gates of death.
O. sea! dividing lives tlint loveu in
vain
n nnml IsIpb afar!
Darkness and distance, whore the
storms complain
From troubled star to star
Head me her dreams, beneath the
alien skies
Over the wild sen-foam. . . .
Love Is not love that is not sacrifice
And love will lead love home.
Atlanta Constitution.
EATING TOO MUCH.
Writers of the most divergent
schools tigree that most of the Ills of
man spring from eating the wrong
things, or eating too much Yet both
these follies are avoidable. A grow
ing child or youth must eat to got
material both to forward growth and
to replenish waste. Hut a grown per
son has only to keep up repairs. Any
food beyond this purpose only gets
In the way ns decaying and ferment
ing matter, or as fat. and adds to the
problems of elimination overworking
and incapacitating the organs of the
body.
A quaint old writer says that wo
should eat only to enable our bodies
"to perform a more cheerful attend
ance upon the soul in her several
functions. Yet bow many oi us lei
our eating serve to weigh down the
body at its work rather than to wing
it on to finer service
i a million J
MORE THAN A M hL I
iL million sold a day. :,m"m I
' ga" the Smoker's 7 K f flj LGV
Protection. Kp J uftl X I
- 55,500.00 wffl
J I J jn as tdCntjH QJY
j ; growing alfalfa
. about 150 IralttS
J I one and a hall rj9
i AUCTION i !
J The crop it in:lasl
SALE is :i-H
:l: Merchants fnJ
tij Agenq
X DeBpaln Bufldkr.!
l Telephone Eatt'
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FORTY HEAD OF WORKHORSES TO BE SOLD TO THE
HIGHEST BIDDER.
I will offer at public auction at the Oregon Feed Yard,
Saturday, June 18 f j real esi
f S 'some good PROPERTY
Zack is in
Short order
rj C Kader
Ice cream,
Jl.!5 hats ;
Fresh fruit
Gelser thre
Persons wl
treed mares
Clearance i
loosing out
Smokers
trd'i, formerl
Ton want
formation
rester
Try the ho
its' Cafe,
1 frum cninlnp nlrizpnttliln tlirnnuh sue- .
knocked down the slight barrier . ciai iaws
,1'
Jttra-Simplon Company agred to have j are that he has always supported his
the tunnel ready for use in five nnd I ,)!Jf1, :,llt', lms n I,nn,e ,n cffnJurt'
' . , ... with: he is young,
a half years. They have spared nolth- e n .
er time, money nor skill In the on-, MayaT Mt.cilellan started out as a
aeavor to rtiltlll tneir contract; nut nowspater man. He was invited to i
the difficulties they have met have ' enter polities by Tammany, and has
been enormous; and the Swiss gov-1 followed the policy over since, of be-
. .1.1 xii . ii i i inir a supiKifter of the powors-that-be
flrnment. rightly taking the UlfflenI- , le orgaixa,l)M. He was prom
.ties into account, Jias extended the , tne hlfjhest honors. In due course
Jtlme for the completion of the tunnel , of time, If he would be "good." And
ta April 3. 1906. and haB given the he has been "stood." and Tammany
' r,- a i,,... n, has delivered the goods. Tills pollti-
;o.mpiiy a nupplementary cretllt. In-I, contract( however, hlm the
;ertjMinK the payment for the tunnal ( name of puancy for the sake of pol
from $14,000,000 to $15,600 000. The'tlon. He has been acouwid of barter
Iam. of these groat Alpine tunnel lu '8 his father's name to n corrupt
'iMlInt of tltm. was the Mont Onia i cblne. like 30 much goodl. There
,!r . . toe jiont Centfor(? .ndPK,udent anrt elluettted
tuiroel In Prance, which Is "early gemimBIH of New York wii regard
-l(ht miles long, and was 14 years in ' his nomination ' for the presidency
cotutructlon, being finished 84 year with disgust. He has been soundly
lago. Next came the St. Gothard, ' and "undly roasted by the Hearst
. . V. .. , r, ' newspaiiers. by the way. as a rorpor
jiliie and a quarter miles long, which atlon- tool on a(,Count of signing the
was nine and a half years in con-! rtemsen gas franchise "grab."
'.struct Ion, and was completed 24
then came the Arlberg. Tne uiscniwion oi air(.ifi-
tan s nouiinasiitiii siiuwb mni u win ir- ,
imuosslble to nominate a democrat ,
twit nhtont InnftiiU- tn a larse element
ad 21 years ago. The Simplon U 12i ! of the party except Folk, whom no-
ImUw long. it greatest altitude above '"iy ha anything against, saie the
h .. nf fv,Q . k, licked machine crowd in Missouri -
,tHe level of the tm i being 2314 feet, j an(, thf bul(Jre(ig of thoU8auaK of
JwWI the altitude of Mont Cents is democrats will have to .vote their j
t4 feet. The work has betyf doae, ! party ticket on the proirasliion that ;
I as alt work of the kind Is done on ' any democrat is better than HooBe
it CELEBRATtD V nre . lo J
Forty head of horses, some broke to work and balance halter broke.
Weight from 1100 to 1400 pounds. All good ages and In good condi
tion. Terms of sale cash.
tire going;
suffer from
Kauted.
Sick tfedddrhe,
ComlllMtion,
))p?pia and
L. A. VOGAL
W. F. YONKA, Auctioneer.
,jars ago ;
sis and a half miles long, three aud ,
a half years In building, and complet-
!W;M'",) The Hitters
We Make "New Roofs We Alake Old Roofs New Again
ktp the bow- This Is our exclusive business and we have had something over
e.s ooeii nud twelve years exnerience at it. We oucht to know what we are doing.
STOMACH Pi an,i i,rcvnt ' hadn't we? Well, wo do know.
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these nllinents.
Ir a bottle.
ELATERITE ROOFING is rigidly guaranteed. It has a past of which
we are not ashamed. It wIL pay you to Investigate the matter. We shall
be pleased to quote prices und f answer questions.
The Elaterite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland. Oregon
Schilling's Best make gen
erous business. Your grocer
is generous with it. Monevback
costs hint nothing; costs no
body anything. ,
$4,000 Elegant new tin
stone foundation; teir, I
let city water- twlca,d
posure, corner Ote til
propositions in the eitj.
$850 Corner lot irtth ti,
house, eastern ei;onnl
venlently located.
Three quarter tectloa
land. All under ctfilnitl
Ive Improvements, and ka i
This property can lelut
less than Its market lixt '
A stock ranch of 'Misi
valuable improvement! idi
dance of water.
Another of SOD acres. 51
ones.
Choice vac an' u'j wis
we will loan you mcaeTts
BOYD & TURi
Su' t-ei-sors to E. B Jl
Insurance, Real Eiti''.
111 Court Street
A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship,
Hand MadeXiear Havana. FLVNN &Cp..Makers7
stMs Continent, with artistic complete-
nsas. The station at Brleg was nn
v Wiad some time ago. and is an admi-
Ml. structure. The valley which ap
; a-roaches the tunnel frotn the Italian
stdt was one of the motit batitlful
I In modern Italy, hut has been hope
I lonely scurred by excavations cut
through the rock, and the litter and
disflKurenient attendant upon railroad
' building, to say nothing of a groat
Tillage of Italian workingmon which
t has grown up near the entrance of
. the tunnel. This entrance Is ap
! preached by a series of smallor tun
' nels which extend all the way from
.Lake Magginro. Tho greatest obsta
cles which the enterprise has been
, compelled to meet have been water
; and heat. During tho first threo
months of 1902 tho- work on tho Ital
', Ian end ndvanced only CO foot, so
; many wore tho springs that wero mot
aud so groat waa tho volumo of water
which had to bo cared for. Tho heat
has boon In many places prostrating,
the tnmporatiirc ranging from 05 to
107 degree). It was necessary to
i shorten tho hours of work nnd to
I vrovlde buildings nnd facilities for
hot and cold baths, so that when tho
minors came out of tho tunnol they
suouia not bo at onco exposed to tho
keen Alplno air. The complotlon of
this tunnol will glvo direct commu-
I velt. Denver Poet.
FACTS ABOUT RUSSIA.
Two and one-half times as large as
the Untied States and Alaska.
Thirty thousand miles of coast line,
half of It Jcobound.
Thirty-six thousand miles of rail
read, two-thirds of it owned by the
government.
The United-States has 5S times as
many miles of telegraph aud sends
IS times ns much mall.
The United States has 23 times ns
many factories.
One-twentieth as much coal pro
duced and one-sixth as much iron as
in the United States.
Totnl exports, $350,000,000.
Noxt to the United States as a grain
producing country.
Population In 1&03, 1-tl.noo.noO.
Russians, CO per cent; Polos, 7 per
cent ; Finns 5 per cent : Turco Tartars
St per cent, anil Jews, 3 per cent.
Average laborer gots one-quarter .as
much wages as In tho United State.
Only SO dally papers. The World's
Work.
Rnmntor will have a Fourth of July
. mention between Milan and Paris aud celebration with many extra .frill. i on
COMING EVENTS.
June IE. 10. 17 Oregon encamp
ment O. A. R.. Hood Rlvor.
June 22 Thirty-second annual re
union Oregon Pioneers, Portlaud.
June 23, 24, 2C Northwest Sports
men s tournnment. Pendleton.
August 22-27 American Mining
Congress, Portland.
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RESPECT.
STOCK OF SUPPLIES FOR THIS HARVEST SEASON IS NOW COMPLETE IN EVERY
tF IN NEED OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING ITEMS, VIZ.:
FORKS,
HOEDOWNS,
RAKES,
SCYTHES,
SNATHS,
WATER BAGS,
WATER KEGS,
CURRY COMBS,
BRUSHES,
MACHINE OILS,
AXLE GREASE COMPOUND,
LACE LEATHER,
CAP SCREWS,
SET SCREWS,
SMITHING COAL,
BAR, BAND AND SHEET IRON "'
BABBIT, ' " 11
ROPE, 1 '
WHIPS, -
OIL CUPS, :
VALVES,
PIPE,
STOVES,
RANGES,
GRANITE AND TINWARE, ETC.
;PHONE MAIN 211, OR CALL ON
1 W. J. CLARKE & CO. j
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PAINTING AND
PAPER HANGW
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We do only good rt
I at right Jrices.
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we reeper
f Inoss, an-: a -
' .not attention-
f our ' .
Neatness an pn-
No matter -i
m niiintlns or vW:Zjl
we'll do the hUbt
f work. moo"'
X painting.
Wilson & Can
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f near Neagw
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-i... nnmoses. Ola rtatl
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.London and points all
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the way to;to co,obrate.
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