East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 05, 1904, DAILY EVENING EDITION, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4

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    DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,, TUESDAY. JULY S, 1904.
PAGE FOUR.
Sixties, nnd First Cousins once Re
moved of Filipino Exterminators.
Anvthlne which Is snobbery mas-
a. 1 1 qticraUltiK ns historic Interest or pat-
JLX INDEPENDENT 'NEWSPiVFER. j r0tani, deserves burlesque.
IWbheU every afternoon ieic.pt Sund.y) Patriotism, according to Dr. John
at lVmlleton. Oregon, by the j son )g the Inst refugo of n scoundrel.
OAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING Socniy t s rather the last refuge of
COMPANY. L tao primps We cnn get beyond
1 the wars and organize nil the relatives
1.2
.no
suisciuptiox uatks.
uo year by mall
SbUt, tlx months by mall
3at!tj, tUree months by mall . . .
antty. one nionin oy man "s
SMI;, per mouth by carrier
Vtrtly. one year by mall, l-jjy
Vntl)-, six months by mall
VtttlT, four months by mall -M
UrmMYeelsljr, one year by mall .. . -JHJ
JfcraMVeekly. six months by mall .. l.UO
tfraJ-Weekly, three months by mall . .50
atrmber iScrlppsMclSue News Assocla-
"SU Kast Oreponlan Is on sale at p. It.
JPQrfi-s News Stand at lintel l'ortland and
3Jol l'erklns, l'ortland, Oregon.
San Francisco Ilurwu. AOS Koiirth St.
roicoso llureaq, odd Security Itulldlng.
TTsshlHRton, V. C Iturenu, DU1 Htb St.,
It n.
Telephone. Mnln 11.
Xtltccd at l'endleton postoffice as second
cla matter.
Surely God would not permit
His children to suffer If It were
not to work out for them the
highest good. For God never
does, nor suffers to be done.
hut that which we would do if
wo could see the end of all 1
m events a well as He. The lit-
He circumstance of death will
make no difference with me; I
shall have the same friends In
that other world that I have
js here: the same loves and as-
plratlons and occupations. If
It were not so, I should not be
myself, and surely I shall not
lose my Identity. God's love Is
so Infinitely greater than mine
that I cannot fear for His chil-
dren, and when I long to help
some poor, suffering, erring
m fellow-creature. I am consoled
-frith tne thought that His
great heart of love Is more
moved than mine can he. and
to I rest in pence. John G.
"Whlttler.
of the Carnegie heroes. A heroic
racp needs no hero fund. A race of
patriolts needs no patriotic gossip
parties.
Historical societies should be com
posed of historians. Snobbishness,
pedantry, nnd their kindred vices con
sist in putting nn over-emphasis' on
some one possession or distinction,
nnd the smaller trait celobrate the
pettier vce.
Pedantry, which Is the vanity of
knowledge. Is therefore a step nbove
snobbishness, which is the vanity of
the class.
The singular fertility shown by the
geneology societies In devices for
making themselves ridiculous Is to be
explained by the absurdity of the mo
tives on which they are founded.
Lavlnia I, Queen of the Holland
Dames, and her theatrical career,
were a natural outcome of the pseudo
patriotic movement. In organizations
flimsy-founded flimsy people got to
the top. The Iloston woman and her
new burlesque wll be well employed
If they hasten the end of queens,
daughters and dames. Librarians are
kept busy furnishing books to ladles
who wish to dig up remote ancestry
for social glamor."
The bureau of commerce nnd labor
has Just prepared a statement of
trade between the United States nnd
Canada for the last 30 years, which
shows n continuous Incrcnso of ex
ports 2nd Imports across the border
line.
In 1S74 we shipped to Canada mer
chandise to the value of $41,827,904.
and received from the Dominion
goods worth $34,173,586, while In 1003
exports and Imports were $123,200.76
and .$54,781,418. nnd in ten months
of 1904 $104,104,521 nnd $41,312,214
respectively.
Canada" is not accorded as much at
tention as some of our more distant
foreign trade fields, but she certainly
does take the goods. "West Coast
Trade.
THE TRAINED NURSE.
DAMAGED BY REPORTS.
A BLOW AT THE FAIR.
The report of the little ralustorm
-nich occurred In this city Sunday
anernoon. as printed In the Spokes-aan-RevIew.
has damaged the city of
Bendleton, with the reading public,
-Wch happens to see that paper, and
-Wch, unfortunately. Is not acquaint
mi -with the actual facts, more than
raj retraction lu that paper could
easpensate.
Jrtcordlng to the exaggerated re
port printed In the Review, Pendleton
is iii the cloudburst belt, and has just
asrlfcred $20,000 damages from a peri
apical storm, while the facts are that
She rain which fel over this city Sun-disj-.
was an actual benefit to the city
uttf county by hundreds of thousands
as dollars.
A few fences were carried away In
atis city, a cook shanty below town
-was washed down the hill for a few
taradreil feet, the Lindsay residence,
ataated in the mouth of the little can
jnn on College street, suffered con
siderable damage by the concentrat
aff water which rushed down the
Street, and several lawns were cover
ad with rich silt which could not have
Seen purchased for hundreds of dol
lars. 3ot aside from these minor dam
seflF Pendleton was benefited by the
sin which visited the late grain of
Umatilla comity. What damage was
staae to streets and walks can be re
jairiid at very little more cost than
Sie work that was necessary upon
Qtam In many places, before the rain
came. Pendleton should severely re
take the Spokane paper for circulat
ing such damaging reports concerning
Otis lfitle rainstorm, which In no way
indues the attractiveness of the ell
aate to homeseekers.
Thousands of strangers are coming
Sb Oregon and those who chance to
new the exaggerated reports of the
iHdgnificant summer rainstorm, will
aatuially stiuiu a. district subject to
flfte kind of storms reported.
SNOBBISHNESS- ASSAILED.
Colliers' Weekly, always sane and
nractlcal, deals a peculiarly timely
UBmr to genealogical and would-be pat
TBotic snobbishness in a recent issue.
Speaking of the mad craze among
certain classes In American society
tto organize military and historical or
Mbz to perpetuate events and create
a desire for badges, gaudy insignia of
aEce and decorations, that estlmablo
3BStr says:
"Patriotism is a noblo emotion
-nilcU lends Itself easily to the rldlc
Toons. A Boston woman has carried
ifee fever for ancestry societies to its
IfccUlmato conclusion by beading a
netnent to consolidate tho Grand
aftBdron of the war veterans of
3K1-&.
3ler society should havo nt least
3fec merit of vclumnlous enrollment.
&haa already led to suggestions for
Jtats- of the Heroes of San Juan Hill,
Anthcrs-in-Law of ConscrlpU of tho
It seems impossible for the East to
get out of the habit of underestimat
ing the size and Importance of the
West and all Its undertakings.
The spirit In which the government
officials consider the magnitude oT
the fair will have much to do with
the attendance and It seems that
there should at least be no pronounc
ed official partiality shown against
Oregon. Speaking of the unwilling
ness so far exhibited by the postoffice
department to Issue Lewis and Clark
souvenir postage stamps, the Oregon
Dally Journal says:
"The Oregon country should resent
the Imputation of the postoffice de
partment that the coming Lewis and
Clark exposition Is to be local In Its
character.
There has been entirely too much
of this sort of spirit exhibited In ana
out of congress and if the point is
yielded that on the score of economy
or otherwise the department does not
deem It advisable to Issue Lewis and
Clark stamps the Impression will be
further emphasized and the exposi
tion itself dealt a severe blow.
The incident of the stamps Is triv
ial in Itself, but It involves a princi
ple for which the city and section re
sponsible for the exiosltion should
not stand.
The exposition will not be local In
iharacter. It oecnples a field and will
exploit a country peculiarly Its own
and one with which the rest of the
country Is too little acquainted..
While Us exhibits will be general In
character, rendered even more so than
they could otherwise have been by the
circumstances of their collection for
the St. Louis exposition, it will be
of peculiar and special Interest be
cause of the contiguity arid relations
of Portland to the Oriental countries,
to the western side of South America
and to the great Alaskan country
which is unknown to the vast major
ity of the American people.
Any official purpose to belittle uie
enterprise should be promptly resent
ed and what has been cheerfully done
for other and smaller expositions
should surely be done for the Lewis
and Clark exposition which will com
memorate an event among the most
significant In the whole range of our
national history."
A Chicago landlord has just com
pleted a big apartment house, to
which he has given the suggestive
name "Stork's Nest." Instead of "no
children allowed," his demand of pros
pective tenants is that they must be
married and In possession of at least
three certificates that they are oppos
ed to race suicide. In the now build
ing are 40 apartments, all of which
were rented within three days.
There's a man with an eye for busi
ness and a genius tor getting advertising.
The treasury always has a ''Watch
Dog," but some of them sleep most of
the time. The present administration
cost the peoplo a thousand million
dollars moro than the last democratic
term.
Directions for using the now post
age stamp: Place the letter under
the stamp ovenly as possible, turn tho
envelope over and write the address
on the flap side.
CANADA AND WE.
Our neighbor nt tho north, which
forms a mighty Independent portion
of the British empire, enjoys very
friendly relations with this country.
When 1 was sick I had a trained
nurse. She came in the still watches
of one evening, and laid her soft cool
twenty-llve-dollar-R-weok band on my
burning pauper brow, and thenceforth
her salary and my fever ran on to
gether, not even stopping for meals
that is to say. the nurse herself stop
pod for meals, but not her salary.
About noon enrh day, when tho
glad outside world was carollug to
the sky. when the merry school boy
wns sklnninir homeward, nnd the
(lowers were dancing In the sunlight,
she would part from me with tears in
her eyes and a chokins; sensation In
her tliront and n look of keen ngony.
and slope gently down stnlrs. while
the cook threatened to leave, and the
hot water bottle on my jaded stomnch
became frappee.
r
She came to me with a complete set
of books, a clinical thermometer, nnd
the story of her past life. When she
had taken away my temperature, and
gonp off with It to some far corner of
the room, nnd examined It critically
by the light of a tallow dip. and set
It down In Ledger n. where I couldn't
see It, she picked up her rusty pad,
and begnn to write a historical novel,
of which I was the unhappy hero.
From that moment, I felt that about
mo there was nothing sacred.
The second day after she came,
when all the towels had beon used
up, and all my Ingenious children
were paving the back yard with rem
nants of dry toast, nnd the doctor
hud told her all about me that she
hadn't been able to find out herself,
she began to relate me the story of
her past. Two weeks later, the crisis
In her story and my fever were both
passed. We both survived: but, nt
this late day. I have an Ide nthat her
story is even now the more robust
of the two.
The trained nurse Is now a neces
sity In every modern home. As an
antidote to medical science, she has
'no equal. Dressed In rich, but not
too gaudy, bed-ticking, and armed
with medals won in the Crimean war
for reading Punch aloud to the sick
soldiers, she stands over one's bed
side like a guardian nngel, and no
germ cnn pass the lines without giv
ing the countersign. Tom Masson
lmo the ht
A unique tree on the Island of Goa, ,
near Bombay.nis the "sorrowful tree."
That nnme Is given to it because tho
tree has a drooping, sad appearance
during the day time, but Its aspect 1
changes as the sun goes down? then
Its leaves open and no longer droop,
and fragrant blossoms come Into
bloom upon It. j
The United States Is now the great-1
est coal-producing country In the J
world, the output of last year reach
ing 300,000,000 tons. This Is four tons 1
of coal for every man. woman and I
child in the United States.
Women who work, whether in the house,
store, office or factory, very rarely have the
ability to stand the strain. The case of
Miss Frankie Orser, of Boston, Mass., is
interesting to all women, and adds further
proof that woman's great friend in need is
Lydia E Plnkham's Vegetable Compound
"DEAn Mns. Pkjkham: I suffered misery for several years. Mybaclc
ached and I had bearing down pains, and frequent headaches. I would often
wake from a restful sleep in such pain and misery that it would be hours before
I could close my eyes again. I dreaded the long nights and weary dayB. I
could do no work. I consulted different physicians lioplncr to get relief, but,
finding that their medicines did not cure me, I tried Lydia E. Plllkliaiu's
Vesetulilo Compound, as It was highly recomended to me. I am glad that
I did so, for I soon found that it was the medlclno for my'cnse. Very soon I
was rid of every ache and pain and restored to perfect health. I feel splendid,
have a fine appetite, and have gained In weight a lot." Miss Fhahkie Oiiseb,
14 Warrenton St., Boston, Muss.
Surely you cannot wish to remain -weak, sick and discouraged,
and exhausted with each day's work. Some derangement of the
feminine organs l.s reponsiblc for this exhaustion, following1 any
kind of work or effort. Lydla E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound
will help you just as it has thousands of other women.
The case of firs. Lennox, which follows, proves this.
" Dkau Mns. Pixkuam : Last winter I
broke down suddenly and had to seek the
advice of a doctor. 1 ielt sore all over, with
a pounding in my head, and a dizziness which
I had never experienced before. I had a
miserable appetite, nothing tasted good, and
gradually my health broke down completely.
The doctor said I had female weakness, but,
although I took his medicine faithfully, I
found no relief.
" After two months I decided to try what
a change would do for me, and as Lyuia 12.
Pinkham'u Vcgetahlo Compound was
strongly recommended to me 1 decided to
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appetite returned, and I could sleep. la
another week I was able to Bit up part of
the day, and in ten days more I was welL
My strength had returned, I gained fourteen
pounds, and felt better and stronger than
I had for years. I gratefully acknowledge its merits. Very sincerely yours,
Mns. Bert E. Lensox, 120 East 4th St., Dixon, 111."
FORFEIT If cannot forthwith prodaes tho original letters and Iguntore ol
abortt tMUmonlalj, which will prore their absolute nenulneueis.
L,U1 K. l'lnkUiu Med. Co., Ljnn, Maaa.
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$5000
Some men say they do not join a i
church because churches have too
many hypocrites, forgetful of the
fact that there are moro hypocrites
outside of a church than inside.
The East Oregonian la Eastern Oregon's representative paper. It
leads and the people appreciate It and show It by their liberal patronage.
It Is the advertising medium of this section.
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Umpany
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OF ALL DESCRIPItOX
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sand, wood gutters for hi
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i Oregon
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HEADQUARTERS
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AXLE GREA8E COMPOUND,
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BABBIT,
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OIL CUPS,
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PIPE,
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RON
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PHONE MAIN 211, OR CALL ON
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211 COURT STREET
REAL ESTA1
$2,250 will buy one of the nosfl
venlent '9-room houses in the!
Sewer, bath, etc., good cellar
barn. 3 lots, comer; a ban
$4,000 Elegant new 9-room
just completed; sewer, bath, I
2 lots; eastern exposure; con
$2,500 Nice residence and 6
eastern exposure.
Lot me show you three Quarter
tlons of the best wheat land.
der cultivation; extensive imp!
ments. plenty of water. Caa!
bought for a little less than Its I
ltet value.
MISS BOYD
Successor to E. D. Boyt!
Insurance, Real Estate, Loan
111 Court Street PendH
: are I
uunu CUMMER BLINKS ON
FLOWERY BRAE
and the Joys of carriage riding t
their best, provided you hare
right vehicle. You will ?u
your seiuuiiuu m. ..o -
' 1 ....if nvorv fancy, 11
carriage ouiv . . --
phaetons to buckboards, and e
guaranteed to give the eaalent rw
and most duramuiy.
we nave iuu - .
wagons, hacks and buggies. M
this climate. Call and see thea.
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We 861 your mca - . y
Ing or burning of whe,'..S
life of wheels. Try It ond be plea
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Big Brick Shop.
GOOD DRY WOOD
AM Kinds
1 nave good sound wood
which is delivered at
reasonable prices
For Cask.
W. C. MINIMIS
Leave orders at Neumaa's jj
Cigar Store. J
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