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page rorn. -..Li EAST OHEOOXIAX. PEXDLETOM, OREdO.V, l'ltllVW, XOVEJIBEK 1, 1007. County Official Paper. AS IXDEl'EXDEXT NEWSPAPER. Into the breac fuhllslied Ii;y. Weekly and Semi-Weekly, , , at rem! let on. Oreifon. by the actual developr, EAST OKEljO.N I AX I'l ULISHlNU CO. srnscnn'TmN bates. Pally, one year, by mall f.'.Ort Pally. U months, by mall 2.f ally, three months, by mail 1.25 frilly, one month, by mail ,iM Weekly, cue year, by mall l.M) Weekly. lx uioiitha,' by mail 73 Weekly, f.mr la.uitLs. by mall M 8eml W eekly, otic year, by mall 1 M tenil Weekly, fix tuontlis. by mail 75 tetnl Weekly, (our months, by mall... .50 Ohbaeo Hureati, !"') Security building. Washington. l C Ilureau. 501 Four teenth street. X. V. ilembt-r Scripts News Association. these fart In view, (s Harrlman down and out? Has he lot In the big same? Is his railroad building nt an end? Hundreds of other men will step Into the breach" and will begin the pment of Oregon which llhitrlnian, ins only bottled up, if Harrlman I actually down and out. He Is not the only railroad builder. Jim Hill may build less mileage on paper than Harrlman, but he lays more ties nnd rteel than Hinimun every month In the year and if Har riman Is out Hill may turn his atten tion to the development of Orecon On the north bank. Hill's forces are lavlnc two miles of track per and this contest may move that cen ter to Weston mountain. day. Only a little more than a day 8 Telephone Main 1. work for Hill' force remain unfln- Ished on the rllot Rock brancn or Entered at Pendleton rvwtofflce as second class matter. Last night, when my tired eyes were shut with sleep, I saw the one I love, and heard her speak Heard, In the listening watches of the night, The sweet words melting from her sweeter Hps; But what she said, or seemed to say, to me I have forgotten, though, till morning broke, I kept repeating her melodious words. Long, long may Jaml's eyes be blest with sleep, Like that which last night stole him from himself That perfect rest which, closing his tired lids, Disclosed the hidden beauty of his love, And, filling his soul with music all the while. Implied forgetfulness, Instruct- lne him That silence Is more significant of love Than all the bun!ng words In lovers' songs! Richard Henry Stoddard. ADOPTS DEMOCRATIC WOHDS. the O. R. & X. Will this small amount of work be allowed to stand between Pilot Hock and the markets, this fall? from Its Invariable opposition to and censure of Governor Chamber Iain's acts, no matter of what nature, when performed or in what interest actuated, the Pendleton Tribune has adopted those old democratic words with which party platforms In Oregon hare been introduced from time Im memorial: "We are unalterably op rosed," "we condemn as Impolitic," "we denounce the principle as dan gerous, disastrous and hostile to the best Interests of the people." we warn the people." "we point in warning to the unsafe policy," "we shall always deplore," we shall always be against," etc, ad libitum. Although nine of the largest bank ing Institutions of the northwest re quested the declaration of a five days holiday to protect the finances of the state, when the bankers declared the. state was In danger, not from within, but from Xew York condit ions, yet the Tribune blames Governor Chamberlain for declaring the holi day. Suppose he should have refused the request of the bankers and a run should have been started on a Portland bank, as a result, and fol lowing one run, say that two or three of the biggest institutions in the northwest should have been ruined while in an absolutely solvent con dition? Would Mr. Gc-er In that case, take the stand he does now, that the gov ernor had no right to declare a holi day in an emergency? It Is not like ly. It Is very probable that Chamber lain would have been roasted In a blue flame by the Tribune. It Is no use to "split hairs" over the legal definition of a holiday. The big broad, sensible view of the situ ation is that Oregon was In need of a few hours respite, until she could collect from the east the millions due her and the bankers seeing the dan ger asked for a suspension of busi ness and Governor Chamberlain sen sibly and sanely granted the request. Let us quit dealing In words and deal In facts a while on the situation In Oregon. Is Governor Sparks of Nevada a lunatic? Is Governor Mead of Washington a goose? Both have declared holidays to protect the In terests of their states. It would be a poor stick of a governor who would not do so on a proper showing. IS HARRJMAX OUT? The eastern crisis In the money market has not affected other rail road building, beside Harrlman's. The north bank line Is being rushed to completion with all possible haste. The Burlington, the Northwestern and North Coast, the Great Northern, are all pushing their work ahead with vigor, and the closing down of Harrl man's work will only accelerate their peed by furnishing them from 6000 to 19,000 men which they can use to ad van tar- The' question naturally arise, with AUE SOOAIJSTS 1UGIIT? Since the socialist rarty and lead ers, especially, have plunged Into the defense of the murders of Frank Steunenberg. of Idaho, that party has lost all the respect of thinking reople, has secrlficed its principles for pas sion, has placed itself in the position of not being willing for a murderer to have a trial, no matter what tha damaging evidence against him might be and hereafter the public will look with suspicion upon that party's actions. The socialists were gaining ground all over the country, before the Hay wood trial. They have some excel lent principles. If backed by the right kind of people and in many Instances would have elected officials in the big cities of the country, by the help of outside votes, of course, as Is always 'the case with minority parties. liut since the socialist leaders have plunged the party Into the defense of Steunenberg's murderers, and In de fense of Steve Adams who is accused of killing Tyler In cold blood, from ambush, people will hesitate to work with socialists, to vote for them or encourage them. There was not a solitary socialist principle endangered in the trial of Haywood or any other man accused of the murder of Steunenberg. It was every citizen's duty to ferret out the assassin and the socialists should have been glad of the opportunity of sifting to the bottom the serious charges against one of their number. Instead they have howled qbout persecution, legal murder, innocent blood spilled and all such hot, and immediately after Haywood was uc quitted of the charge of murdering Steunenberg, Harvey K. Brown was assassinated in the same manner. Even though the mine owners were determined to put the federation out of business that was not necessarily a blow at socialism. Why were not other unions, the printers' union, the carpenters' union, the railroad broth erhoods and other powerful labor or ganizations attacked by employers? Simply because they were law abid ing. Wiat interest have socialists In clearing Steve Adams of the murder of Tyler? Why should socialist lect urers wish to "create sentiment" for Adams by street harangues? Socialism is now committing slow suicide In this country. "BUSTIXG" HIGH PRICES." If the present financial trouble has the effect of stopping the unreason able and Insane advance in the prices of the necessities of life it will have accomplished a great go&d for the country. There has been no reason for the advance In the cost of living In many cases. The advance has been brought about by a monopoly of certain neces sities and the quicker the combina tions are broken the better for the consumer and the country. There Is no reason why eggs should go to unreasonable and prohibitive prices, with millions of dozens In cold storage throughout the country. There Is no reason for meat products ad vancing with the price, of cattle In the feed yards and on the range low er than for years before. The advance In these commodities has been a plain robbery of the peo ple, a robbery committed by the trusts which gather up the available supply at cheap prices to be unload ed on the helpless public In times of need at unfair and extortionate prices. The actual producer does not share In thla market manipulation, at all. Umatilla county is going to be rep resented In Senator Jonathan Bourne's $1000 prize contest for the best article on the reasons why Pres ident Roosevelt should be reelected. The East Oregbnlan mailed a copy of the prize offer this morning, upon request, to a cltzen residing at Brlgg- son on the Blue Mountains. The lit erary and political centers of the United States are constantly shifting State Superintendent Ackorman while In the city recently, paid a high compliment to the work of Pendleton women and Pendleton schools 'when lie said, unqualifiedly, that Pendle ton's public schools have the finest collection of pictures of any schools In the state of Oregon. This Is a compliment worth while, for the su perintendent spoke with accurate knowl.-dse and with Impartiality. THE FLORIDA KEY DWELIJ.RS. 6M CAM HOT BE AWAY M RUBBED and They lost t of The ueople living on the Florida keys are known us "Chonchs nr.. interesting In their way. th.'ir own country, but are -.lne to act as guides ou it. The clear water about the keys makes the use of the water glass com n.on and they are very expert wltl it This water class Is simply a strong bucket, the bottom of which is ma of class. Sinking the bottom or huekot a few Inches under water chnnrh will see fish and "Florida lobsters" or crayfish, at a considerable .lonth nnd srear them with tne grams They also show skill with the cast inor net and understand diving io turtles. Near some of the keys an erounds and with these and all kinds of fish, helped out with an occasional Job of wrecking when some foolish vessel comes ashore, the Choneh makes an easy living. ine Travel Magazine. de this THE JOY OF AUTUMN. Tl.ilf mankind belongs to the ml eratorv animals. Home and duty are nil richt for ten-twelfths of the year but with the coming of the crlspness In the air, when the sky begins i ir.nV nnrnlA through the blow branches, when the birds chatter and chatter und finally circle and soar away after the sunshine then some' thing happens to the blood and th( heart goes flying after the little flut terlng feathered clouds and it is "Oh that I had the wings of a dove!" Kip linir hns described the spring run' nlng, and of course he has described it elorlously, but In this country any way, some of us get those wild Joys In autumn rather than In spring. The Travel Magazine. FOR A MESS OF POTTAGE. "The sociologists, lay the charge of race su't 'de at the doors of the mul timillionaires." writes Anna Steele r.ichardsoii In an article on 'The In fluence C the Business Wom..n on Hone Lift,' In the November Wo ninn's Heme Companion. "Why do they not Investigate the family con ditions In the great middle class, from which are drawn our most success ful women? Here they will find the great source of danger to the promul gation of the human race. "Tocay it is the young women anl 'he mature women of '.he mla die clats who ara turning their backs on the home wherein lies Ameuca's hope of future groatness. And for what? To exchange the birthright of womanhood, wifehood and mother hood for the mess of pottage known as a business career. Therein lies the nation's greatest menace race sui cide." CROSSING THE BAR. The decrease of 18,600 in the num ber of pensioners on the rolls at the end of the fiscal year 1907, as com pared with the year previous, is the feature of the annual report Pension Commissioner Warner Just Issued, says a Washington dispatch. This Is the greatest decrease In the history of the pension bureau. The total number of pensioners June 30, 1907, was 967,371, and the total value of the pension roll at that date was $140,850,880. This is great er by S4.613.131 than the value of the roll for the year previous and Is accounted for by the higher rate of pensions provided for by the act of February, 1907, under which act there had been enrolled June 30 of the present year 116,2 30 .pensioners. Th total number of pensioners on the roll on account of the war with Spain was 24,077. JAPS AXD CHINESE A NECESSITY Joaquin Miller, poet of the Sierras, delivered a lecture at California col lege at which he made a stirring ap peal for the orientals, says njj ex change. His subject was "Render Unto Caesar the Things That Are Caesar's," and he said, among other things, that but for the 100,000 sober and submissive Chinese there would have been no Pacific railroad in the nineteenth century. Poet Miller re ferred to the antl-orlental agitation on the coast and declared Chinese, and Japanese labor out here a necessity. LOS ANGELES AS JEWEL CENTER A few years ago the Jewelers of Paris were supreme In their line of handicraft. It was in that city that what Is known as the "modern style" In Jewelry a kind of back-to-nature Idea had Its Inception. But Los Angeles enterprise and Imported skill copying first from the French and The Bitters has proven sS CELEBRWEDr,c,oncll!sivey V STOMACH 0'that 't can D lasBBiafBM r rcure& prevent D I T T L RSS" Headache, roor Appetite, Indigestion, Costrveness, Biliousness, tniias, toias anc Malaria. Try a botte anrl h rnn. mJ vinced. Rubbing with liniments, blistering the affected parts, the application of plasters, and other means of external treatment, are usually helpful in relieving the pains and aches of Rheumatism, but such remedies do not reach the CAUSIS ol the disease, ana are tneretore in no sense curative. Rheumatism is due to an excess of uric acid in the blood, brought about by indigestion, poor bowel action, weak kidneys, and a general sluggish condition of th system. The circulation deposits this irritating poison in the different muscles, nerves, tissues and joints of the body, and soon the painful symptoms of Rheumatism nre produced. The pains at first may be wandering and slight; but ns the blood becomes more fully saturated with the uric acid poison, the disease grows worse and alter awhile gets to De chronic. I lie slight, wander ing pains now become sharp and cutting at the least exposure to dampness or nmht air. or any constitutional irregularity, the bones ache, the muscles are not as free in action as before, and where the acid poison is allowed to remain in the blood the joints often become so clogged with corrosive sub stances that they are kit permanently stiff and useless. Rheumatism can never be rubbed away, nor can it be conquered and driven from the system until the acid-laden blood lias been cleansed and purified. No other medicine does this so effectually as S. S. S. It dissolves and re moves the impurities and sends a stream of rich, strong blood to the affected parts, which soot lies the irritated nerves, inflamed muscles and flesh, and the sufferer obtains relief that is permanent because the real cause of the disease has been removed. Special book on Rheumatism ana anv medical advice desired free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. aVfc IO PURELY VEGETABLE afterwards originating along new lines Is achieving for Itself a place of rec ognised Importance. Some of the rarest precious and seml-preclous stones of the world are found within a radius of two hun .iro.i miles of Los Anceles. and this city has some of the largest and best lapidary establishments to be found anywhere. In them are engaged as designers men of the highest artistic .irhiovement. who can draw and mod el from life and paint In watercolors and oils. It Is the magic of the human touch the rpflex of the conceptions of the brain which gives to the chased and hnmmered ware of Jeweler ts par ticular charm, and as a center of or nnmcntai art work Los Angeles nl- rt-ady Invites comparison with the cit ies of Europe. HITTER LESSOX, SAYS HARRIMAX "We have passed through a trying time. We have seen the stucco front of character flake away and disap pear. We have seen false structures crumble. It has been a great Illumi nation and the lesson Is that the stur dy methods of our forefathers are the best: the pursuit of 'Isms chimer ical.' It has been a bitter leson and my heart goes out to those who have suffered, but good will come of It all." This was the way In which E. II. Haniman expressed himself In talk ing In his office with a representative of the Associated Press about the recent financial crisis. He added: "I think the storm has cleared. I have seen many of them; recovery Is a matter of conjecture, so far as time is concerned, but It always works out eventually. I think the time Is not far distant when we shall look back on this stormy session, consid er 4he mice of clltedRed securities and then wonder why we didn't pawn our watch chains and buy stock. EXOl'UU WORDS FOR ALL. Quite a number of Charlton coun ty residents died last week, but the editor was equal to the emergency, One breathed his last, another an swered the final summons, the third crossed the dark river, the fourth was no more,, the fifth was called to his eternal home as a result of being over heated, the sixth yielded up the ghost, the seventh was numbered with the dead, the eighth has gone to the great beyound, the ninth succumbed to the grim reaper, the earthly career of the tenth came to an end and the spirit of the eleventh was wafted to his Maker. Chariton (Mo.) Courier. REMEMBER. Remember you label your own work. That work Is only the moans, char acter is the end. That sincerity Is the foundation of all honest work. That everyone is destined to do something worth while. That It Is ei'ler to Jj go-1' work than poor work, If you once learn how. That the only way to keep your credit good Is by paying1 your debts. That a sensible employer Is more anxious to push you ahead than to hold you down. Iiuffalo News. i mm Every mother feels great dread of the pain and danger attendant upon the most critical period of her life. Becoming & mother 6hould be a source of joy to all, but the sj. faring and danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation on of misery. Mother's Friend is the only remedy which relieves women oi the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour vhidi is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all t!ie danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy ; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are overcome, the system is ma'de ready for the coining event, and the serious accidents so common to the critical hour are obviated by the use. of Mother's v l-rienri- 'ir ic worth its wpitrht in irold ' I CI is ' i -- e e EV ,'''"( 1 6ays many who have used it. $i.oo per llatyttisils bottle at drug stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will fPirxnttf be sent to any address free upon application to Ti EflHBi DRADF1ELD REGULATOR OO.t Atlanta, Oa 1 B IVEEi '8 HEATING STOVES The season is now at hand, I am prepared to handle your trade with a complete line of all sizes, for coal or wood. Prices to suit the most, skeptical V. STROBLE Hotel St. George GEORGE DARVEAF. Proprietor. a' (I 'V km 3 V European plan. Everything flrnt- clasa. AH modern conveniences. Steam heat throughout. Rooms en suite with, bath. Large, new sample room. Th Hotel St. George Is pronounced on of the most up-to-date hotels of th northwest. Telephone and fire alarm connections to office, and hot and cold running water in al lroomi. ROOMS: $1.00 and $1.50 Block and a Half From Depot See the big electric sign. Golden Rule Hotel Corner Court and Johnson Streets, Pendleton, Oregon. H. C. MEANS, Proprietor Heated by Steam Lighted by Electricity American plan, rates 1 1.25 to J2.00' per day. European plan, 60c, 76c, 11.00. Tree 'bus meets all trains. Special rates by week or montlii Fine restaurant in connection Chicken dinner Sundays. Serial attention given country truth. Lots mh Prescription Insurance When your prescription comes here you are sure of quality, sure of accu racy, sure of skilful compounding, sure of correctness, sure of moderate price t bringing your prescription here is' the best Insurance that you will get it RIGHT. A Cigar of Quality EL SIDELO LILY Hotel Pendleton INSURANCE Livermore & Bickers Room 12, Judd Bldg. Pendleton - - - Oregon HOTEL PORTLAND . OF PORTLAND, OREGON. Amet-.'can plan, 3 pe1 day and up wards, kleadquarters for tourists and commercial travelers. Special ratet made to families and slnglo gentle men. The management will be pleas ed at all times to show rooms and give prices. A modern Turkish bath establishment in the hotel. H. C. BOWERS. Manager. FRESH t Meat - Fish - Sausages Lard Delivered promptly each day? f Empire Meal Co. : Phone Main 18 THE PERSIAN French cleaning, silks, kids, laces, skirts and fancy dresses. Men's steam and dry cleaning with pressing. Prompt delivery. 'Phone Main 194. Address ill Main. Bert Campbell, Prep.