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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1904.
AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER.
Published every afternoon (except Hunday)
at l'emileton, Oregon, by tlio
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Oh questioned souls, In slum
berous fetters lying,
Wno scarcely dream, so
strong the chains of
Awake! Awake! Your own
Shake off your slumber deep.
power within you
Arouse to action,
And seek the love and wis
dom hid therein;
Till from the great All-source,
with sure attraction,
Conies that which you would
For soul can rulu; and there Is
naught above It
That may its growth and
Oh seek within it for the power
And claim It, here and now!
Florence -May Wright.
A valuable advertisement for Uma
tilla county has Just been consummat
ed by the arrangement of the Pacific
Monthly, whereby u will hereafter
use a Moorhousc photograph as a
frontispiece eacli month. , Tho Sep
tember issue contains tho picture of
an Indian mother and child, which is
characteristic of the photographic art
of Major Moorhouse.
Hunters who anticipate an elk hunt I
will do well to remember that the law '
pioiuMting the slaughter of elk was I
extended to 1907, by the special act of '
the special session of the legislature
last winter. Tho number of elk in
Oregon is perceptibly Increasing, and
if the law Is rigidly enforced against
Indians as well as whites, this noble ,
game animal will have become plenti
ful in this state, by tho time of the
. expiration of tho law.
The third battle of Hull Itun. which
is to be fought this month, will cost
$1,500,000. Already troops are on
'the march from Fort Ethan Allen, in
Vermont. Thoy will have a 700-mile
tramp. One thousand horses will be
taken to the field there will be :is
ambulances and six escort wagons.
Tho boys all over tho Union are en
thusiastic at tho prospect of fighting
on the snmo field where thoir fathers
fought and bled more than 40 years
ago. It is expected that a vast crowd
of spectators will witness tho mock
Commontng on the temperance j
question, Collier's for September 3,
editorially says: "This country pre-j
sonts no such clear case as England, 1
because our population contains so j
many temperate drinkers Germans !
with their beer and Italians with their j
wine. As brewers wo have Just pass-!
Germany, where tho consumption
of beer is apparently growing less,
while it Increases here. Tho solution
of the exceptionally mnny-slded prob
lem of regulating man's taste for alco
hol has been brought no nearer by
legislation. Tho brightest side of It
Is tho check given to drink by Indus
trial advance. As labor becomes
more skilled nnd better organized
drunkenness Is diminished, Employer
nnd employo understand that tho
chances favor tho sober,"
Umatilla county people visiting
Portland should not fall to visit tho
exhibit In tho Oregon Information
bureau rooms In tho Union depot
building. Such u visit will convince
tli.em that the efforts of this organiza
tion are not In vain. Tho vast num
ber of Inquiring visitors that regis
ter" dally bears evidence of tho land
hunger and homo hunger of tho tour
ists that are now thronging tho west
bound trains. Tills information bit
.roau is an indox to Oregon or rather
that portion of It that Is properly
represented tliero. Many counties
havo excellent exhibits of agricultural
and horticultural resources, minerals,
forestry and manufactures. What
Umatilla county poeds very much Is
a special oxhlblt there, also. At this
time, her exhibits are scattered nmong
other exhibits, and do not fairly rep
resent tb.e county. The greatest need
is u statistical circular of some kind,
concerning tho county. Calls are
made daily for such information, but
the secretary is compelled to refer
nil Inquirers to tho file of the East
Oregonlan, which is the only litera
ture of Umatilla county found there.
A small statistical circular, with auth
entic figures and facts, is badly need
ed. Tho increase of frauds, shnrks,
schemers, thioves and bunco men,
high up In reapectablo circles, and
working among tho upper business
element in the large cities Is one of
the startling developments of tho ago.
Just last week ?100,000 was collected
from some of the best business men
in Seattle, through one of tho rankest
frauds In existence. Tho scheme ap
peared to be plausible on tho surface,
and bad it been genuine would havo
netted largo returns, but being a rank
fraud, It had no foundation. Tho
schemers know the weak spots In tho
present day character, and It is really
no wonder that their plans are suc
cessful, when one takes Into consid
eration, the money-hunger of tho age.
General McArthur warns tho govern
ment against the frauds that are
practiced upon returning soldiers
from the Philippines in San Francisco.
Cases have bisn reported to him,
where the .ontiro three years' pay of
soldiers has been mulcted from the
discharged men by the grafters of the
Bay City. It Is a condition that
should cause alarm among business
men. These thioves and sharks find
lodgment under various guises in the
best circles, and to get .rid of them is
one of the serious problems of the
You say you're feeling blue, lad?
That things are going wrong?
If that's the case for true, lad,
Cheer up and sing a song.
You'll find 'twill always pay, lad,
For all tor me and you
To play we are tho sunshine
And let the sky be blue.
When skies are clear and blue, lad,
The world is at its best:
Whene'er you drop a tear, lad.
It saddens all the rest.
Smile on don't mind tho knocks,
.lust keep your own heart true
Play you're tho golden sunshino
And let the sky be blue.
When you are feeling blue, lad.
And half inclined to cry,
You're at the job 'tis true, lad
Intended for the sky.
The sunshine role sits better
On husky chaps like you
Then be a human sunbeam;
Let but tho sky be blue.
THE INFORMAL DANISH KING.
The people of Copenhagen, writes
a correspondent of tho London Chron
icle, betray no surprise when thoy see
their venerable monarch approaching,
am they treat his appearance in the
streets ns one of the ordinary dally
King Christian takes his walks
abroad quite infoynally and without
ceremony. A year or two ago I was
walking in Copenhagen with an Eng
lishman resident in that beautiful and
delightful city, and he called my at
tention to a stately, white-haired gen
tleman with a kindly face who came
toward us loaning on bis stout cane.
As we drew lovol with him he stopped
and oxtended his hand to another pe
destrian, who had saluted him re
spectfully, and unaffectedly exchang
Then he strodo on, and but for the
lifting of hats and tho genial ac
knowledgment of salutations there
was no sign that a sovereign was
making a progro3B In his capital,
HURTING DRESSED BEEF TRADE.
One effect or this strike will bo 1
serious injury to our Dritisb chilled
beef trade. Argentina Is over on tho
alert. British capitalists control that
trado and are losing no opportunity
to develop It. This affords a brilliant
ono and South America Is making
gains at our expense.
A Chicago livestock man Just re
turned from England is authority for
the statement that South American
product Is filling tho gap and will
hold most of the ground thus gained.
This, if true, has a sorlous meaning
for tho American cattlo raiser.
When results of this strlko aro ap
proximated It will bo found that tho
producer has paid the big end of the
bill. Livestock World.
Cassava starch, moro popularly
known as tapioca, is tho chief ele
ment of the gum on tho back of all
SCIENCE PREVENTS BALDNE88.
Tlie Fatal Cierm ami It Itemed- Notr
I'lictn of Science.
It Is the rarest thing In tho world for
a man to be necosnurily bald. No man
whoso hair Is not dead at tho roots, need
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F. W. Schmidt & Co., special agent
Tho Moscow Mirror prints a list of
Idaho democratic papors. alleged to
have changed their politics, among
the number being tb.e leading paper
in Northern Idnho, tho Lowlston
In answer to tho charge the Tribune
makes tho following ringing defense
of Independent Journalism, which will
meet with n hearty rceponso from
thinkers in ovcry party:
This Is a mlstako ns to tho Tribune,
as it has not changed Its vlows or
politics, nor are they sitscopttblo of
being changed by tho acts, omissions
or otherwise thnt others mny commit.
The Tribuno's solo interest in poll
tics Is to advocato sound and timely
principles, as It understands them,
and those principles remnln tho same
without rcferenco to what tho party
organization may or may not do in
The Tribune does not conceive that
tho Mormon question affects Its own
political views any more than would
the race issue, tho choosing of a fav
orite in tho llusso-Jnpaneso war, "54
10 or fight," or any other idle plank
equally remote from tho practical af
fairs of today.
The Tribune does conceive, how
over, that such n plank or planks
weaken the democratic party, nnd hav
ing reason to bollove so, says so. Tho
Tribune Is not going to mislead or de
ceive its readers on this or any other
question and in time thoy will find
It out, if thoy havo not already done
It would bo easier and cheaper It
might seem, for tb.e Tribune to pro
ceed along tho lino of least resist
ance, to add its voice to the distem
pered politics that now nnd anon
arise to fret and vex the people; but
to do so would bring no good results
to anyone and tho Tribune would bo
nroven In tho cud to have been a false
and weak friend.
Meanttmo It would have taken no
pleasure and had little pride In Its
No merit Is claimed for the Trib
une's policies other than a selfish as
piration to serve its country in a way
that will command Its confidence and
approbation, and no wisdom save that
which comes from the Instruction of ;
Moved by such purposes It Is Impos- (
slble for the Tribune to piny tho
heartless sycophant or to assist In
propagating delusion and folly.
If others do so either through con
viction or persuasion that is their own
affair, but the Tribune still expects
to plead for plain democratlcal gov
ernment as the best over devised by
ihe nilud of man. taking lessons of
wise conservatism in the needful
changes and progress wrought by the
activities of civilization and peace
Columbus, Ohio, May 20, 1903.
Six years ago I had a severe attack ol
Inflammatory Rheumatism. I was laid up
In bed for six months, and the doctors I
had did me no good. They changed med
icines every week and nothing they pre
scribed seemed to help me. Finally I be
gan the use of S. S. S. My knee and elbow
joints were swollen terribly, and at one
time my joints were so swollen and pain
ful that I could not close them whin
opened. I was so bad that I could not
move knee or foot. I was-gctting discour
aged, you may be sure, when I began S. S.
S. , but as I saw it was helping me I contin
ued it, and to-day I am a sound well man
and have never had a return of the disease.
S. S. S. purified my blood and cured me
of this severe case of Hlieumatism after
everything else had failed. I have rec
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The poisonous acids that produce the in
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us and our physi
cians will advise
Our book on Rheu
matism sent free.
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Pendleton Academy, Pendleton, Oregon.
The City Brewery Bottled Beer.
Tho greatest summer drink. It goes
right to tho spot.
Always havo this superior beer in
your home. It gives youth and vigor
to your tired system.
Physicians recommend beer that It
pure. City Drowery Bottled Beer la
always good and always tho same.
It Is mado In Pendleton and not
subject to changes of temperature in
Put up In quarts, pints and hall
pints, and delivered in any quantity
Bottling works telephono 1771.
Residence telephono 1831.
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sand, wood gutters for barn
and dwellings a specialty.
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Soud for catalogue
Opens September 15, 1004.
i Buy Your
! Wood Now
Lay In your supply for the
winter, ', have the best wood Z
and will save you money.
DUTCH HENRY j
Wholesale Wood Dealer.
Office at Pendleton Cold Stor-
'Phone Main 1781.
Wafors, fruit crackors, croam
sticks, nut butter and salted
Bespam & Clark
All water used Is storolizod and
Tho best carbonatod drinks It
posalblo to mako.
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Opposite W. & C. R. Depot
Pcsltlvoly tho best beer
Any quantity you do
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Always call for Olym.
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Wo make a Specialty of Bo!
Round or Sauaro
Also Header Beds all size!
kinds. Wo make them right audi
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and Lumber Yard!
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any part of the city.
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