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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1904.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
I-nbllshed every nfternoou (except Sunday)
nt Pendleton, Orcuon. by the
EAST OREGONIAN PUBLISHING
llly, one yenr oy mail
lally, six mouths by urn II
Dally, three months by mall
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lvtl ly. per month by carrier
eKiy, one yenr oy mini
Weekly, six niontlii by mall
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Semi-Weekly, lx months by mall
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Memlwr Scrlpps JIcltac
The Ka.U Oretronlan Is on sale nt U. II.
Klch's .News Stands at Hotel Portland nud
Hotel Perkins, Portland, Oregon.
San Kratirlsco llnrrau. -108 Fourth Ht.
Chleasro llureaii, UOl) Security llnlldluK.
WashluRton. I). C. llureau, 001 Hth St.,
Telephone. Main 11.
Batumi at Pendleton postottlee ns second
Hotter n smile tlitui n tear or a
Hatter a laugh tlinn n frown,
Hettor an upward look to the
Than always a sail look
The joys wo tlml In each little
Perhaps may Heom few and
Hut hotter these little Joys. I
Than to have no joys at all.
Keep faith In the love that
As the sunshine does the
Lot us do our host and trust
To 'the Father heart of God.
Eben E. Hexford.
have access to the vory host collec
tion or useful hooka In EaBlorn Ore
gon. Whllo the association Is handl
enpped nt present hy hick of room,
yet the library feature Is one of Its
lending- and most valuable features,
and while the campaign for general
membership is being carried on. a
special effort should bo mndo to In
terest Pendleton parents In the vnluc
ol .his library to the homes, Think
1.25 ' about It and tnke out a membership.
The calls of cbnrlty novor cense.
Just a month more than a year ago,
Pendleton nbandoned n Fourth of July
celebration and donated the celebra
tion fund to Hoppner's sufforcrs from
the cloudburst. Peudlottm remem
bers the deed with pride and feels
that she was Immeasurably more ben
efited by giving to a needy neighbor
than she would have been by a cel
ebration. The public gift to Hcppner
has been supplemented by numberless
private gifts to needy cities, the diff
erent lodges of Pendleton having sent
a large sum to Ilaltiiuorc. after her
destruction. The latest call for pub
lic charily comes from Mitchell,
Wheeler county, which was almost
swept from the may by a cloudburst
on July 11. Mitchell was a small,
struggling Interior town, with a
sparse settlement around It nud prob
ably needs assistance vory much.
Pendleton will help her sister as she
responds to every call, and so on
down the years will the fortuua'te con
tribute to the unfortunate, the strong
will aid the weak and charity will
ever bo the brightest Jewel in the
crown of civilization.
( The disgusting unties of the Idaho
i militia companies on their return
home from the summer encampment
at American Lake, the expenses of
which are paid by the people, will
cause a falling ofr In the popularity
or the tin soldier business. On leav
ing Portland one of the companies
from Idnlto refused to occupy berths
in a tourist car, where another Idaho
company was quartered. Tills boys'
play caused a general upsetting of
plans and much annoyance to the rail-
subjects. The evening lie will have
to himself until tl o'clock, nt,. which
time ho will have to bo In lied. If ho
chooses, lie may nttentl school In the
When the recruit reaches his regi
ment he Is assigned to a place In the
siptnd-rootn. and the sooner he gets
Into the habits of tho company the
more comfortnble lie will lie. At
every military station there Is a
school, post exchange, gymnasium, li
brary, reading room and nmitsumetil
Tiw. niimvmwM nt iiioil for a soldier
each day Is three-fourths of n pound
of pork or bacon or ennned beef Afresh
or corned), or a pound nnd a quarter
of fresh beef or 12 ounces of soft
breud or Hour or one pound or hard
b'read or a pound nnd a quarter of
corutnenl, nnd ample proportions ot
beans or peas, rice or hominy, sttgnr,
vinegar, salt and popper, and coffee
and tea and one pound of fresh vege
tables. Tho soldier Is often called to tnke
tho field with is company or n de
tachment sent out to perform some
duty. When this Is the case bis food
becomes plainer and he may have to
sleep out in all sorts of weather.
The rights of the soldier are care
fully guarded by laws, and no illegal
sentence can be executed nor cruel
or unusual punishment awarded. Tho
young man contemplating enlistment
must remember that tho soldier's
llfo Is over that of n man and not
child's play, and be may be assured
that the military code, exacting as It
may seem, need have no terrors for
him 11 he means to do his duty In tho
right spirit. Chicago Chronicle.
built about tho hotel within the
grounds to keep tho 3000 visitors and '
tho 1200 help from (Untying onto tho
boulevards nnd nvoniies of the expo-.
Hut It enn scarcely bo claimed that
the closing movement has been wholly
successful ns regards tho right heap
ing of Sunday. Wo suppose that It Is
now too late to correct tho error; It
could bo corrected, we Judge, only by
act of congress; but that It is nn or
ro from ovury point or view upyei-r-i
M us olmoar t '!li-o -Vent, nnd 'he
v.n Is worth noting now In ortltr
,'hnt tho cr.tnir) u.ny bo saved fioni
similar error.! in the future.
To shut up by law Innocent, etlticn
tlve and helpful places ot recreation
on Sunday, nnd loavo doubtful, de
grading nnd positively vicious ones in
full oporntlon, und to do this In tho
name of religion, Is to Inflict another
or those wounds from which religion
has so often suffered nt the bonds of
Its friends. Outlook.
Edwin J. Hogwoll, n Swedish sailor,
ran amuck In Portland, Thursday,
shooting Into a crowd and Injuring
and SEWER WORK
I HAVE A FULL LINE OF PLUMBlNn
CLASS WORKMEN! ALSO MAKF "D i
TIMATES FURNISHED ON ALL WORK Wnrl!1'
T. C. TAYLOR
"THE HARDWARE MAN."
SUNDAY CLOSING FARCE,
It pays to bo safe, from the Insur
ance standpoint. The recent destruc
tion of the frame buildings on Slain j "'"'I company. At Pendleton the col
sweet has lowered Insurance rates on j ono1 command was left by his train
a largo adjoining territory In the bus-. an(!'s buglers bad paraded the streets
Iness district. An insurance adjuster ntl11 locomotive whistles were blown
now in tho city finds that the sub-1 f,r the departure of the train. When
stnntinl improvements being made j "-' colonel found that be was left ho
will save thousands of dollars each wlr,;' ahead lo have tho train held
It always until he could catch up, which was
denied him by tho adjutant In cliurge,
year In Insurance rates
pays to bo safe.
One of tho signs of prosperity of a
city is its consumption of luxuries.
At tho first pinch of hard times the
and so the colonel was relieved of his
command and a general scrap In or
ficlai circles was precipitated on his
arrival at home. Eastern Oregon can
necessary things are cut out and only j ,, iromI ,hat ,,,,, hftv) on(UBl
iuc necessities are purcuuseu. nun "soldiers'
being so it is quite evident that Cou
nt the encampment
cause a disturbance. It ntmenrs Id
dlcton Is enjoying a period or good ,ho ymm(; mm enJ ,
times. The various Ice cream estnb-' iMallm at ,,, ox)0lbu
lisbments report doing an immense at t.Mt ,)0 colls(Iurat(J , cml.
business. Another Indication of pros- (1gt tllonl30ives wUh ' lleMrllnl ml(I
perity Is the largo consumption ot , livte im)Ic CBllaure.
ico. Work is plentiful and wages ar.o ,
sood and the worklngman is able to ! NOT A BED OF ROSES,
afford tho luxuries of life. Pendleton , '
mo young man enlisting in tuo
uses frequently more man 10 tons of
Ice a day. Tho Pendleton Ice, plant
is working at its full capacity, which
means that thoy are turning out 15
toits of Ice a day. With tho exception
of 35 tons a week which is shipped
to Spokane almost their entire output
is used in Pendleton und Its Immedi
ate vicinity. Hoppner, Arlington, Col
fax ami Pomeroy would buy their Ico
here, but tho local Ico plant cannot
If the people of Eastern Oregon
would make the same effort to adver
tise tho resources of this section of
the state that the O. It. & N. company
and the Oregon Information llureau
are Jointly making, there would bo
ranks of the United States army who
Imagines he Is entering upon an easy
life will discover before long that he
has become imbued with an erroneous
notion. Lieut. Col. Alfred Reynolds,
of fho Inspector general's department,
has recently Issued a pamphlet enti
tled. "The Life of an Enlisted Sol
dier In the United States Army."
In many parts of the United States
thero seems to be an Impression that
to be n soldier of tho regular army
Is to bo In a position below that of
tlte ordinary citizen, and that the
privileges afforded ore few. Tho pres
ent pamphlet is Isued to show that ;
such Ideas are erroneous. The author
"It will be found that a largo pro
portion or the soldiers of the army
nro self-respecting. well-conducted
men und faithful nnd efllclout sol
diers and that many of them have
been In the army for years, some oc
St. Louis is a wide-open city wide 1
open on Sunday after tho German
rather than the Americnn fashion. No
whisky Is sold In tho saloons, or nt
any rate the front doors of the sa
loons are all closed.
Hut the beer gardens tire all open,
Jtid In the neighborhood of the expo
sition there are two Immense beer
gardens which, combined, can enter
tain from thirty to forty thousand
persons between midnight and noon
on Sunday. Right next to the largest l
ami ni03i popular of these gardens
there Is a race track, with races on
nii'si Sundays during the exposition
Mii-im; nnd In the open country
about the exposition grounds there ',
ttr suites of resorts and attractions
which would not bo tolerated on tho
"i'H't " All tho hnsciiull grounds on
the oiitet edge of tile city are open on
Sunday, so tire nil the billiard rooms
In ever pari of the city.
In i he city Itself three or lour the
cturs1 have two perlormauces a day.
nud tiiiwti at the levee there nro doz
ens of excursion boats in waiting for i
Sunday trowdt- which seek n cool
rivet h't t7.o, combined with opportu-1
nltles for gambling with professionals
of the lowest and most dangerous .
type. On S'tndnys all these places j
aro in full bla3t; while ibe hcotitlliil
grounds at Forest pv's are tightly
closed to tl.e .M'blic bv a high fence.
Even If the exposition buildings are
Ut ho close 1, this policy of excluding
people from the terraces, the plazas,
the lawns, and tho groves of Forest
park, and from the art galleries, car
ries with it no saving of Sunday labor.
Street car traffic to tho Sunday at
tractions Is ns heavy as It Is on week
days. It Is oven heavier, tor St.
Louis' working-class population is at
liberty on Sunday, and, like tho visit
or from a distance, it Is drawn to any
attraction which Is offered
There Is even no saving of work for
tho restaurant waiters, for visitors
must get their meals somewhere.
Tlte exposition management Is keep
ing loyally to the agreement with con
gress as to Sunday closlng--8o loyally
In fuel, that on Sundays a fence Is
1 Economy I
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Cream I ,
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Hfi because richest in cream; jHj
Hj most perfect, Hf
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Hj Its purity is guaranteed H7
j under forfeit of $5,000 to Wk
anyone able to prove
any adulteration in our
Its Rich and Delicious
Our cold storage meats are always right; alwayj tetj
Try our mild cured Hams. The) arc free from that rJ
The Schwarz & Greulich Meat I
607 MAIN STREET.
A STANDARD FOR QUALITY.
CLEANLINESS AND WORKMANSHIP.
When you call for a TRIUMPH. CI VNN&CO.
GET IT. Dont accept a substitute, i "
no means of computing tho beuotlts
that would accrue Whllo tho bump-, c,iyjnK t0 nBnor KraUeH nnlong the
non-commissioned olllcors and all
contented with their lot nnd respected
cr crop or grain ana trim is uetug
harvested at least four carlods of pro
ducts should be collected hy Umatilla
county with which to decorate her
space In tho Oregon building at the
Lewis and Clark fair noxt year, Now
is tho time to make tho collection,
not next month nor noxt year. Uma
tilla county Is known the world over
us tho banner wheat county of Ore
Kon and visitors will expect some
thing. If this county's spac.o Is not
decorated with products that will bo
a truo Indox to her wealth if she
don't outshine hor neighbors and sis
ters, tho public will be flatly disap
pointed. She can deliver tho goods If
Very fow people In Pendleton
understand that tho Commercial As
sociation of this city owns ono of the
best libraries In tho stnto. Tho sit
jirorao Judges who visit Pendleton
twico each year have complimented
tho association many times on tho ox
ectlont selection nnd wldo rango of
tho best claBS of litorature, statistics,
history and scientific subjects cover
ed by tho Pendleton library. Tho
association desires to build up the
library featuro nnd parents should bo
interested in taking out memberships
In tho library for tho benofit of fami
lies. Tho cost is nominal and every
family In Pendleton could In this wny
by their olllcors,"
Applicants for enlistment must be
between the ages of 21 and 35, un
married, of good antecedents, and hab
its and free from bodily defects and
discuses. Tho pay of tho private Is
$13 per month, and all soldiers re
ceive In addition, rations, clothing,
fuel, bedding, medicines und medi
Tho pay Is Increased In the third
year. If nt any time ho shall be on
duty in Alaska or tho Philippine Is
lands his pay is Increased 20 per cent.
After thirty years' service lie Is en
titled to bo retired.
Having been assigned to a company
tho recruit is shown where to place his
bed und bedding in the aquad-room.
which will be his sleeping and living
room until ho leaves to Join his regi
ment. Instructions of all kinds will
now occupy u largo part of his time.
During three hours each day, ex
cept Saturday und Sunday, he will bo
Instructed In tho drill regulations by
non-commlssloned ofllcers, On Sat
urday thoro is a regular Inspection or
tho company by th.o company ofilcor.
Tho recruit's dally duties will be to
ire) nn nt reveille, uonurallv about 0
o'clock, put his bedding In order and''
assist In policing tho siiuuii-room; half
nn hour after ho will got breakfast;
thoro will bo ono or two hours' drill
during tho morning, dlnnor at noon,
ono or two hours' drill in tho after
noon and parade at sunset.
Four times a wook tho recruit will
hour a lecture on various military
For prices, quality and quan
tity, our "Medicated Sanitary
Silk" toilet paper cannot bo
beat. Per roll, 10c; 3 rolls, 25c;
dozen rolls. 95c; case lots of
100 rolls, $6.90.
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Recognized as .the best aud
most economical fuel. We
aro prepared to contract with
you for, your winter's supply.
Wo deliver coal or wood to
any part of tho city.
MAIN STREET. NEAR DEPOT, i j
Walters' flouring Mills J
Positively the best b
Any quantity you j
sire. Delivered to if
Always call for Oil
'Phone Mftla W
Pnnortlfv 1 Kfi lthrrola n 1nv '
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Miss Hnpgood tells how she
escaped an awful operation by
using Lytlia E. Pinkham's Vege
"I)EA.nMns. Pinkium: I suffered
for four years with what the doctors
called Salpingitis (inflammation of the
fallopian tubes and ovaritis), which is
a most distressing nnd painful ailment,
affecting all tho surrounding' parts,
umlermtuimr tho constitution, anil sap
ping tho llfo forces. If you had seen
me a year ago, Iwforo I began taking'
Iiyrthi 13. Piiikliam'8 Vegetable
Compound, and had noticed tho
sunken eyes, sallow complexion, ami
general emaciated condition, and com
pared that purson with mn as I am to
day, robust, hearty and well, you
would not wonder that I feel thankful
to you and your wonderful raedlclno,
which restored mo to now llfo and
health in flvo months, and saved mo
from an awful operation." JIiso Iiik.ne
IUraooo, 1022 Sandwich St. Windsor,
Out. tSOOO forftlt If original of abomMttr
proving gtnulntntu cannot boptoductJ.
Ovaritis or Inflammation of tho
ovaries or fallopian tubes which adjoin
tho ovaries may result from sudden
6topplup; of tho monthly flow, from
Inflammation of tho womb, and many
other causes. Tho slightest Indication
of trouble with the ovaries, Indicated
by dull throbblnjf pain in tho side, ac
companied by heat and shooting pains,
should claim your instant attention.
It will not euro itself, and a hospital
operation, with all Its terrors, may
cosily result from neglect. -
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