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S-mi-W et-kly, year by mail Semi-Weekly, six month bv mail.. Semi- e kly, three months by ma i i " t . 'i ,.'( r '. in, , 1898 V 18U 1918 Telephone T ACE foitr '' V ) uy iogar a. west; waW TKAOH THKM OK THK KI.A.V Teach the children of the Flait.t v lx-t them know the joy it holds In its sun-kissed rippling folds; Pon'i let patriotism Ihp; Train them so that they will love Kvcry star and strips above. As you teach their lips to pray, Teach them always to be true To the red, the white and blue; rraise the Flag from day to day. Tell the children at your knee A the Joys of liberty. (Copyright. 1911, i Let them know and understand How the Flair was born and why, Tell how brave men went to die Gladly for their native land, Whisper to them that they must Make the Flasr their sacred trust. T.ove of country ever starts In the home and at your knee, There the Flat; shall come to be Shrined in patriotic hearts; They shall gladly serve their land When they know and understand, by Fdsar A. Guest.) THEIR RANKS CROW THIN CHILD TRAINING AT HOME This is No. S3 of the fourth scries of articles issued by the National Kin dergarten Association, (i West "th Street, New York t'lty. They are ap pearing weekly in these columns. THE FAVORITE CHILD My l'Yamvs A. rny. T HE G. A. R. encampment to be held here June 14. 15 and 16", will be a notable event in many respects even unique. The ereat army that was once the pride and glory of America, numbering near three million men, has now dwindl ed to less than ?ix per cent of its former numbers, while the pres ent death rate approximates 2000 per month. Thus it will readily be seen that few more encampments either state or na tional will be held by this rapidly vanishing organization, this little remenant of an army, this mere phantom of what was once tiie greatest military force on earth. While the drummer boys, tho youngest in the service, are srj.rcely below 75 years of age, with the average well beyond 80 and a few of the more hardy comrades still hobbling with "Father Time" around the century mark, it will be evident to all that this will be the last gathering of the of the G. A.R. ever to be held in Pendleton. A unique feature will be that this army, once so compact, is now so diver sified that probably no two comrades will hail from the same egirru-nt or even 1'rom the same division, while among them will be those who served with Grant and Sherman and Logan before ! in ,h" point of vi'"' nf the these great leaders rose above the rank of colonel. There will 6e "old boys' here who began making history at Bull Run. Oth ers who took a hand at Shiloh or Gettysburg, "The Wilderness", the Seige of Petersburg or followed Sherman on his famous '.March to the Sea." It will be a pageant composed of all star pezlormers, the sadening feature of which, will be that when the curtnin goes down it will be for the last time with some of them. Eut let us touch lightly upon the pathos of the scene and um our attention to giving a royal welcome., a riproaring good tme for there is nothing too good for the G. A. R. and Pendle tar. never fails. IS THIS THE CASE? I T is usually considered that the farmer boy leaves the farm despite the improvements offered him the?. Perhaps, on the other hand, it is because of them. In the good old days reventy or eighty per cent, of the population had to stay on the farm to raise the food and clothing for themselves and the other twenty or thirty per cent. If anything like that proportion were on the farms now and properly equipped, they would produce two or three times as much as the market demands. At present every time one boy; goes DacK to tne lana two others have got to go to town to make a market for the farm boy's products. From the "March of Events" in June World's Work. In a 51 word will Chief Justice White left all his property to his wife and gave her "seisin thereof" After a conference with the dictionary we find that what the late chief justice did was to confer possession of his property upon the widow. Some show eh, what? It' was the one unmarried member of our little group who quite inno cently started the discussion. Some thing had been said about Hortense and her children und (trace remarked. "Isn't little Jack Hortense's favorite child?" Tlie Sentimental Motlier was shock ed. ".My dear," she exclaimed re proachfully, "no mother worthy of the name loves one child more than an other! It's impossible for a mother to have a favorite among her children." But the Practical Mother, as usual, brushed aside mere superficialties. "Nonsense:" she retorted, it Is Impos sible that any woman who has more than one or two children should not have a favorite, even if she never ad mits the fact to herself. Within one family the children will often differ very widely in natural dispnsit temperament in every possible trait. If a mother has several children it is almost certain that there will be one among them who is naturally more congenial to her than the others' She paused, and then added with her sur prising frankness, for she Is one who openly admits what other people are apt to conceal and deny even to them selves, "Now my little girl is too much like me for us to get along harmonlo uiously. She is quick and high-strung too, and, frankly, she often gets on my nerves. But little Frank is exact i like his father very calm and plucbT and easy-goin. and I'm really much more fond of him." j There is something undeniably truei Practical Mother. It is possible that in one of ! her children a mother may find a i more congenial and responsive nature than in any nf the others. But the I question is- not whether it is natural for her to feel such a preference, but whether she is justified in letting it affect her attitude toward her chil dren so that the fact becomes notice able to other people and even to the children thomselves. In large families we frequently see parents who give a certain ;trestige and power to the eldest, permitting j him to dictate to the whole family. Even more frequently we see parpnts but especially, mothers, who favor the youngest child, granting him greater consideration though expecting less from him than fnim the others; in short, petting him all through her life time. "Middle children" are seldom the recipients of extra favors unless in the case of an only girl or an only boy family of the opposite sex. I re call one little incident of a step-father of one girl and five boys which I thought quite touching. He had beautiful hook which they all wanted very' much but which they refused to own together. Naturally, he was un certain to whom be should give the book, but finally, handing it to the third hoy. he said, "I'm sorry I haven't a .book for each one of yon, hut I think I'll give this to you, Harry. You aren't the oldest and you aren't the youngest and yon aren't the only girl, so you don't get many extras." Then, patting him on the shoulder, he added with a smile. "Besides, I was a. middle :hi!d, mvself.' Parents slmnbl watch very ourefiilU' to avoid partiality for lm they did not. the moment is sure to come when thfc children will discover It. As soon as any such partiality becomes evident, the favored child is apt to become "spoiled," and the seeds of that ugly tji'ality of Jealousy are sown In his sist'-rs and brothers. A ihild's nature should be allowed ft. t nt'ohl in the sunny atmosphere of love and trust. By studying his needs Pa.eiits can help to bring out the best in Mm, thus forestalling th." cnldni-ts r.nd lack of sympathy which -vo regret to s"c between parents and those adult children whose attitude toward life Is embittered because, when they were young and affectionate, ther were sub- j jected to the chilling effect of the con sciousness that a little sister or brother 1 always stood first in their parent's af fection. ! formerly for the the im-j l In the , Ir. -Carroll I. Wright, "Commissioner of Inhor T'nited Stales." emphasizon portance of the kindergart. following significant statement. "The conspicuous and derided ef fect of kindergartens in preventing tho Inception of criminal tendencies in children exposed by their homes, or neglect, to such tendencies, proves most conclusively that tho kinder garten effects an Immense pecuniary saving to the community, not only In "It is for tis the living rather to be dedicated here to tho unfin ished work which tlfeyVho fought here have thus so nobly ad vanced. '' "It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task re maining before us, that from these honored dead we take re viewed devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion, that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in Vain, that this nation, under God, shall have anew birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth." THIS STORE WILL REMAIN CLOSED ALL DAY DECORATION DAY, MONDAY, MAY 30TII. diminishing expenditures othenvisi necessary for police and protective measures, but In rendering what would otherwise be a crirnfnal popu lation, a part of a useful, law-abiding, self-supporting membership of tho state." This cutmtr. is spending 53. ".00, (Ion a day on its criminal classes. If there is no Kindergarten In your school, work for the establishment of one. The National Kindergarten As. soointion, s West 4f'th Street. New York, will furnish information and advice upon request. VWil, l rt hMllnn .t.'., ' ' - itO. Vv .. . Rj 28 YEARS AGO I (From Oregonia n SI'iiKANK, Wash., May H. irikdom of the Pacific .Northwest, more than 4'iimi strong, paraded the im-diiess streets of Xpokune Thursday I (in celebration of the dedication of the !' new jsroi.nmi Klks' temple of the Spo. i kane Indue. More than oiia Spokane jj: K!ks participated. Business houses j, j generally closed. The celebration clos- Saturday night. Dance Tonight ! AT LIBERTY HALL Mush FuniiMied ly HILLY HOFFMAN'S DANCE SPECIALISTS w ; ' Play innf all tin lalof dance music, i the Pally Kat May 2Xth, lv,:!., v,nils , A farewell party was given for Pro- .,,,. -,.,.,,,.. fessor (Sermon lust evening at the skV YOKK May ooioe oi .rs. rraser. j nose present (Urudslre besides Prof. German were Missis! -i,,,), vna fuoan. iteritiu. conioy, jianie Dnughtry, Zella and Anile Mathews, (tussle and Bessie Moorhoose. Kate Tillard, IJihel Frnkor.nnd Alys Smith; A. It. Draper. Thomas Kimery, P.itnerand Kred Nolf. Ivighteen guests enjoyed an evening of cards last night at the W. .1. Kur il. A. Ilarlman, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. f-'turgis, Mr. and Mrs. Iee Monrhouso, Mr. and Mrs. It. (!. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. John Hailey, Mrs. Mary Lane. Miv and Mrs. Wm. Beagle, Mrs. A. M. Italev, Miss Neva Lane and Miss Cost ale) P.aley. W. (. Bade is here from Milton. J. T. Ueuallen is hero front Adams today. -(A. lM- fs rejmrt says: ale ami .jobbing trade and Industry are quit tec in some lines and rbis dullness has already taken on the appearance of mid-summer inactivity, lletail tnole is variously nffectrd bv Ito jw-ejither conditions, but ns a whole Is uo smaller. onservatlsui and imme diate ueeils-are reported as governing buying the country over, but there are many instances of increased activity. Much line, in many cases brnnches of each trade ,are apparently opernling independently to satisfy various needs. n balance trade is about fair, indus try Is at 40 to t;o per cent of after-war capacity, and collections drag as much if not more than they have for three months past. 1 Mail order trade is far. Weekly bank clenrinirs 5.9i4.2SB.fino. S IT! IP fTTS FT ITT3 f f fl m ASerfesof Human Interest Talks on Insurance ,r'R. Pfu- SAY FOLKS Have you ever considered ju.-t wl.at mkes a prospeioun com munity ? . 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