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    DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1904.
PAGE FOUR.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
published every afternoon (except Sunday)
at l'cnilleton, Oregon, by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
COMPANY.
8U1ISCIIIPT10N KATfiS.
Dally, one year by mall $3.00
Dally, tlx months by mall U.fiO
Dally, three months by mall l."o
Dally, one month by mall .no
Dally, per month by carrier uo
Weekly, one year by mall 1.50
WVeklv. nix months bv mall
Weekly, four months by mall CO
Semi-Weekly, one year by mall .. . 2.00
gerul-Wcekly, six months by mall .. 1.00
Semi-Weekly, three months by mall . . .00
vldes a froo school for thorn, equal to
nil deninnds or ordinary business life.
Pendleton should have 20 high
school graduates next year mostly
boys.
Member ScrlppsMcltae
tlon.
News Assocla
The Hast Orezonlan Is on sale nt U. It.
nich's News Htaiuls at Hotel l'ortlanil and
Hotel reruns, l'ortlana, urcsoii.
San Pranclsco Bureau. -108 Fourth St.
Chlcaco Ilureau. 000 Security Ilulldlne
Washington, 1). C. Ilureau, .101 14th St.,
Telephone, Main 11.
Entered at I'emllcton postodlcc as second'
class matter.
a The road to Defeat Is a curious
road,
Nobody thinks he walks
there
Yet all day long a motley
throng
Pushes and crowds and
stalks there.
Some arc people of brain and
worth
Who havo wearied of Truth's
long highway
In the breathless race after
riches and place
They sought for a short-cut by-
way.
And others have stumbled and
missed the road
And wandered off Into Sin-
nlug
When they counted the cost,
the way seemed lost
Back Into the Right begin-
ning
Some loiter through meadows
of "TImecnough,"
Some rush through the gates
of Hurry
Some seek the defile-of "Walt-
awhile,"
And others the fields of
Flurry.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
W. Ho'urko Cochran, tho gifted
Now York orator, In speaking of the
ovll of divorce, .before the Federat
ion of Catholic Societies In Now York,
Saturday night, gave uttoranco to the
following unanswerable logic on the
subject: "Perhaps ono of tho great
est ovlls with which modern society
has to contend Is divorce," Mr. Cocki
ran said. "It Is a subject on which
I have often been misquoted, yet had
I a choice I should chooso polygamy
In preference to divorce. Where
polygamy is permitted, tho number of
wives one may. have Is limited by the
expense of supporting them. In our
highly civilized land tho number of a
man's wives may be unlimited. If a
man may secure ono divorce, why
may ho not get another? As he tires
of one wife ho puts her nway, and in
a moment Is happy with another."
Divorce, at present, he said, Is but
In the blossom. What it may bo In
tho fruit Is hard to conjecture. He
prophesied that If divorce Increases
It will result In a now civilization.
Polygamy would never be sanctioned
by the laws of the United States,
and yet divorce Is a worse evil,
LANGUAGES OF INDIA.
The English have been the rulers
of India, or a largo part of It, for a
century at least; yet there are only
252.388 norsniift In the Indian empire
who can speak the English language. I
This number, compared wltn the total
population, may bo called lullnltlsl
null. There aro 147 languages recorded
In the census as being spoken today
in the whole country, but 25 of tneni
which am spoken by 221,ir7,C73 per
sons, aro closely allied members of
the Arynn sub-family. Nowhere Is a
non-Aryan tongue superseding an
Aryan ono; and It Hhould also bo
noted that tho classical Sanscrit for
many centuries has been profoundly
Influencing the modern vernaculars.
The translation of "Hamayana," one
of India's groat epics, into a dialect
rnlloil Ilumilhl hv n nntlvi- scholar
who lived at the time of Shakespeare, i "'
SKIN DISEASES
The Outcropping of Bad Blood.
While not always painful these nre aggravating beyond
expression. With few exception., they nrc worse in spring
and summer, when the system logins to tlmw out ntid the
skin is reacting and making tliorts to throw off the
poisons tiint have accumulated during the winter months.
Then boils nnd ninmles. rashes nnd criintinus of evtwran.
ceivnble kind ninke their up- OM
pearnnce, and Kczenm nnd s. s. H. in n rood r , jt. mo. I fcop i in the
Tetter the twin terrors of house all the while. It is on oxcallont tonto to
skin diseases Nettle Rash, "J, "V, to, ",the
. , . ! orirnnn. It Rives anpotlto nnd ouorfry and innlcos
Poison Oak and Ivy, Ulld onofeol better in ovorywny. Ilinvofotindltnlso
such other skin troubles as aa oseellont blood ,ur'! For months I was
usually remain quiet during troubled with an itcl.lnir skin eruption on tho
., i, ,i i i . faco. and t. :od cpuciaitsts and many romedios to
the cold weather, break out "et tt cure, but S. S. 3. is tho only medicine that
afresh to torment and ills- seemed to rollevo. I nm now comparntively free
tract by their fearful burn- of this eruption. I think a , rrruut deal of your
. .... ... .1 1 I v.nWnYMliir It tn nn thn lipal: lilnnrl mi,l.
Itnlllllcr mill f1l(Tllltv i touiuiuiJi "r , " " "
"-- iiar nnd tonic jinuwii to wwrui lu-imy,
EDUCATE THE BOYS.
The Walla Wulla Statesman justly
complains that but one boy In a grad
uating class of 14 finished tho high
school courso In that city this year.
While the same condition does not
provall in Pendleton, to such a mark
ed degree as In Walla Walla, It is
true that too many boys drop out be
foro finishing tho high school course,
Happily, In Pendleton the method
of teaching and tho Intense interest
aroused by the city superintendentt
and his assistants have been suflle
lent to hold tho boys to the end of
tho course.
This year tho Pendleton high
school graduating class contained fivo
girls and eight boys; last year, two
boys and three girls. The class of
1905 gives promise of finishing moro
boys than girls and so Pendleton
seems to havo salved the problem of
holding the boys to tho end of tho
high school course.
And how has this been accomplish
ed? Ily making tho course one which
appeals to a growing, thinking, aspir
ing young man. By adding tho per
sonallty of tho teacher to tho hum
drum routlno of text-books. Uy giy
Ing physical exercise, blood-stirring,
elevating amusement to the hungry
minds of tho students.
Coys havo more urgent need of
practical education than girls, for
the reason that thoy expect to be
come Independent bread-winners,
while tho majority of girls expect to
become wives of men who can earn
a llvlug for two.
For this vital reason, the high
school should appeal to boys; It
should be made so attractive as to
bold them to tho finish. Manual
training, outdoor sports, competitive
mental efforts, such as debates, He-
ciamatory and oratorical contests,
musical and scientific by-studies, and
. other additions to tho regular .high
school courso must be placed before
tho young men.
At all hazards, the boys must bo
kept In tho high school to tho end of
tho course. Too many of them need
this training. Too many of them get
nothing further In tho way of edu
cation. Too many of them tiro of
the toxt-book and quit In disgust.
Thoy need tho variety of mental and
physical oxerclso that will doyelopo
all sides of a growing mind and
nature.
High schools aro maintained at a
great oxponso to tho taxpayers.
Young men and women should soo
to it that this gift of public educa
tion Is not passed unheeded and un
appreciated. Thoy should not bo In too groat
hurry to begin lifo's battlo half edu
cated, half equipped, when tho bent
licence of a wlso government pro-
For 30 years Rev. J. R. N. Hell,
the veteran Presbyterian minister
of Hakor City, has served as chaplain
of tho grand lodge of Oregon Masons.
This record Is not equaled anywhere
else In tho world nnd Is one of tho
proudest landmarks In Oregon Ma
sonry. For a full generation this de
voted man has so lived and so serv
ed his fraternity that the bonds that
now bind him to it will not bo sover
ed while ho lives. Oregon will havo
no other grand chaplain, while this
good man lives and remains in tho
borders of tho state. Such distinc
tions are not empty titles, alone. Tho
regalia and ritual of office are not
meaningless In tho presence of such
unbroken trust and confidence as
this. This great and good man,
humble and unostentatious Christian
that ho Is, fills a place In the hearts
or Oregon Masons, that only such a
character and such a life can nil.
Is now "tho ono lllble of 90,000,000
people." Among the many Indian lan
guages, It Is pointed out in tho census
reports, thcro are some with great lit
ei attires and vocabularies, rivaling in
richness tho English. French or Ger
man. While some, too, have no past,
others have lived 3000 years. It Is
not easy to bellove. In view of theso
facts, that the English language will
over occupy the Held In the Indian
empire. Certainly, K must take an
exceedingly long time for It to drive
out tho richer native forms of
speech.
A course of S. S. S. now will
nnrifv nnit pfirirli tlm lilnnil
I ...w-r,
reinforce ami tone m un
MIlS. PRANK IIORKKR.
VASTNESS OF LONDON.
There are about C000 miles of rail
way In Greater London, and It Is es
timated that something like COO.000,
000 separate Journeys aro mado by
passengers nnnunlly. The number of 1
Journeys on an average weekday Is i
over 1,500,000. An Idea of tho vehlcu-:
lar traffic In the streets may bo gavh-
urea irom wio suuenieiu umi in a- ;
hours 10,054 vehicles of nil kinds 1 4
passed a
and a full
general system, and
carry off the bodily impurities through the proper
channels. The skin, with good blood to nourish it,
remains smooth and free of nil disfiguring eruptions.
Send for our book on discuses of the skin, and write
us if you desire medical advice or any special information. This will cost
vou nothing. jr SWJFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
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Absolutely
Pure
h n a rid
nullum
imB -B.
" A"-DSSCB,PJm
SASH, DOORS
and WINDOWS
Made to ornV B......
per, lime. L.T
' "'", oriel
wooa Butter. t.
specialty.
Oregon
Lumber Yard
Alta Street, Opp.
II..
,WU1 venules Ul uii mmia i
particular spot in Plcadllly,
ll service of 090 'busses pass ,
tho Hank of England In an hour. Tho
number of passengers carried by tho
London trams In a year Is over 300,
000,000. A census taken of the num
ber of pedestrians who crossed Lon
don bridge on a certain day showed
that they totaled 110,902, and In 1D&
hours during a day in April last year
24S.015 people crossed the roadway at
the bank
!
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As nn ovldence that diversity In
farming pays, and' makes land capa
ble of higher profits, a few facts con
cerning the stock business In tho
West will be Interesting. The cen
sus of 1903 shows that Iowa, a farm
ing stato with nn area of but 55,000
square miles contains 500,000 head
more cattle than Montana, Wyoming,
Idaho, Washington, Utah, Nevada,
Arizona and New Mexico, with an
are of 821,000 square miles. The set
tler on the small, highly cultivated
farm, with his diversity of feed, can
solve tho question of Western civil
ization, much more satisfactorily
than the land king with millions of
acres unoccupied by families.
YOU MUST EAT
Hut then there's tho fear of the pain J
and distress that always follows. Why
not strengthen the stomach by taking !
Hostetter's Stomach Hitters and be . i
ablo t enjoy your meals. It is far I
above any other medicine as a stom-1
ach strengthener and blood purifier i
and never falls to euro Poor Appe-'
tite, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Flatulen- T
cv. Bloatlna, Heartburn, Headache 1 X
and Nausea. Try it and see for your
self. At all druggists.
HOSTETTER'S
STOMACH BITTERS
if
!!
IS OUR PURE CRYSTAL ICE. EVERY DROP OF WATER
THAT ENTERS THIS ICE IS MADE FROM CONDENSED
STEAM AND IS THOROUGHLY DISTILLED.
DISEASE IS PREVALENT IN PENDLETON AND THE SUM
MER MONTHS ARE THE WORST FOR THE SPREADING OF
CONTAGION. MUCH DISEASE IS SPREAD THROUGH IM
PURE WATER. YOU CAN GUARD AGAINST THIS BY DRINK
ING WATER THAT IS MADE FROM PENDLETON ICE. IT IS
A SURE GUARD. MANY OF THE LEADING FAMILIES OF
THE CITY USE ONLY ICE WATER.
Pendleton
Ice and Cold Storage Co.
Telephone Main 1781
A Great
Bargain
uy 150 Its,
in crop, as follows: 83 ia
In growing wheat; to icwb
growing alfalfa (IrrlgatH)
about 150 fruit bearing tr'
one ami n hnir i... 1
good stone cellar, Lrsgelw
- - vu mt jinn
The crop Is Included tn abevt
nntfm It U.i.Al ...tn.f. . .
i wo and one-half mllei j
city.
i iii Limine i impel v
' . vtvtUlfc ,
Agency
Oespaln Building, Boca a,
Telephone Black nil,
Th school board has met tho
school slto situation gracefully, so
far. The selections mado last Satur
day ovenlng are tho choice of tho
people, tho board giving tho entire
matter into their hands. In the east
end of tho city tho same general
plan will bo folloowd by tho board.
The taxpayers aro to be congratulated
that thoy have such public spirited
men to deal with as a school board
In such hands the future of the dls-
trlct is assured of tho highest pro
gress.
The Mormon question promises to
split both the democratic and republi
can parties In Idaho, and a now party
composed of both anti-Mormon demo'
crats and republicans would not bo a
surprise to the people of that state,
Idaho contains tho greatest number
of Mormons of any state besides Utah
and the influence is folt In state poll
tics to a remarkable degree.
WHAT AILED THE CONDUCTOR?
Ho entered a Fulton street car at
Elm Place. In Brooklyn. It was ono
or those cars with side rows of little
chairs that mako you sit on tho bias
and with one cross seat at each end
Ho dropped loosely Into tho rear cross
seat and sat facing the motorman
when tho conductor camo for his faro
Uondu'r," said ho. after yielding
up his nickel, "lemrae off't Mvr'le
av'nue." .
"You'ro going tho wrong way for
Myrtle avenue," said tho conductor,
vvnaa tnatir Ain1 My no av'nuo
down tha' way?" Ho pointed In tho
direction ho was facing.
"No," tho conductor explained;
It's back this way, behind you.
You'ro going in tho wrong direction."
"Mush 'bilged, condue'r."
Ho got to his feet with some diffi
culty, zigzagged up the aisle and
trapped. Into tho cross seat at tho
other end of tho car, facing tho rear.
Presently he beckoned the conduc
tor to him and said: "Don't f'rget to
lemmo off't MyrMo nv'nuo."
"But you'ro going the wrong way
for Myrtlo avonuo," the conductor ex
plained again.
"Shay, look hero! When l was go-
In' th' other way yon said I was go
In' tho wrong way an' now when I'm
goln' thlsh way you shay I'm goln'
wrong again. See horo, condue'r,
you'vo beon ilrlnkln'j thash wha's
matter with you."
California mustard has
strength but lacks flavor.
Trieste has flavor but lacks!
strength. Schilling's Best is
the two mixed, nothing else,
no color. The next - best
mustard sold here is weak but
has good flavor.
Your grocer's; moneyback.
MERRILL TYPEWRITER CO.. So. 7 Poit 3L.
Spkine,Gen.AglDENSM0RE TYPEWRITER
Suppli Renting ... Eiperl Repairing
I
We Make New Roofs We Make Old Roofs New Again
This Is our oxcluslvo business and wo havo had something over
twelvo years oxperionco at It. Wo ought to know1 what wo are doing,
hadn't wo? Well, wo do know.
ELATERITE ROOFING is rigidly guaranteed. It has a past of which
wo are not ashamed. It will pay you to Investigate the matter. We shall
bo pleased to quote prices and to answer questions.
The Elalerite Roofing Co., 10 Worcester Block, Portland, Oregon
A Standard for Quality. Cleanliness and Workmanship
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HARVESTERS'
HEADQUARTERS
OUR STOCK OF 8UPPLIE8 FOR THI8 HARVEST SEASON IS NOW COMPLETE IN EVERY
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FOP.K8,
HOEDOWNS,
RAKES,
SCYTHES, '
snaths, .;- ; ;;
water bags, . 1
water kegs, .
curry comds,
BRU8HE8,
MACHINE OILS,
AXLE GREASE COMPOUND,
LACE LEATHER,
CAP SCREW8,
SET 8CREW8,
SMITHING COAL,
BAR, BAND AND 8HEET IRON
BABBIT,
' "i
ROPE,
WHIPS,
OIL CUP8,
VALVE8,
PIPE,
STOVES,
RANGE8,
, iff
GRANITE AND TINWARE, ETC.
ifl'rw.OuiX.'Ui
PHONE MAIN 211, OR CALL ON
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
211 COURT STREET
RITAI ETCTATC
HUMb UUUU rnUfCH I T IU U
$4,000 Elegant new nine-ran
stone foundation: sewer, bail.
it'i. mrv waiflr iwn igii. nsizi
posurc: corner. One ct tie
propositions In the city,
aHmii nrnpp inr wirn Tnnn nre
house; eastern exposure w
venlently located.
and. ah under niitmuoa:
tve Improvements, and lots ol
less than its market vane.
A ainn rnnpn nr Muni irres. I
valuable Improvements and u
dance of water.
Anntiiop nr snn acres, hi
ones.
Choice vacant city loll I
we will loan you money to bali
BOYD & TURNER
Successors to E. D. Bojl
Insurance. Real Estate,
II LlUUI L Dl Cbl
C0A
LET US FILL YOUR
BIN WITH
Rock Spring
HecoKiilzed as the belt '
most economical ! J'
ure prepared to contract
yo for your winter
We deliver coal or tooi
any part of the city.
Laatz Bros
MAIN STREET.
LET US SUPPLY
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Building
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-.ntlons. Sash, Dooft '
Moulding, Building
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