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1 DAILY EAST OKEGONIAX, FENDLETOX, ORKGOX, S ATI Kl AY, Al (il ST 15, 1008. IGUT PAGES. COVXTY OFFICIAL TAPER. AN INHEPKNOENT NKW8PAPKB. Fubltotacd Daily, Weekly ind 8eml Weekly, t Tend lot on. Oregon, by tti EAST OREUONUN 1TUL1SHINQ CO. 81'HSCRIPTION RATES: Dally, on year, by mall $5.00 Dally, six wombs, by mall 2.50 Dally, thro months, by mall 1.25 Dally, one month, by mall 50 Dally, on year, by oarrler 7.60 Dally, alx months, by carrier 8.75 Dally, three months, by carrier l.M Dally, one month, by carrier 65 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Weekly, all montha, by mail 75 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Reml Weekly, one year, by mall..... 1.60 Semi-Weekly, six months, by mall... .75 Semi Weekly, fonr months, by mall.. .50 The Dally East Oregonlan Is kept on sale at the Oregon News Co., 147 6th street, Portland, Oregon. Chicago Durean, 909 Security building. nasmngton, u. c, uureau, 0U1 four teenth street. N. W. Member United Treat Association. Telephone Mala 1 Entered at the postofflce at Pendleton, Oregon, as second-class mall matter. Go not.' my soul. In search of Him; On heights of upper air. Xor in the depths of shadow's dim Thy u wilt not find Him there! For not in far-off realms of space The Spirit hath its throne: In ev'ry heart it fiiuleth place And waiteth to be known. Selected. AVIATIOX. The tests of flying machines in London and Leman, France, this month have brought aviation, the, science of navigating the air. Into greater prominence than ever befjre. Wonderful progress has been made In this science. Flying through the air with a machine weighing several tons i.s now not impossible. The world has witnessed flights this week which a few years ago would have been considered miraculous. But to day the keen edge of wonder Is dull ed and no miracle startles the world. The aerial artists have so nearly conquered the air, that it will be but a decade, perhaps less, until practi cally all of the traveling over the globe will be by flying machines. This may seem to be a wild prophecy, but Indications of today bear it out. Imagine picking yourself up and flying to Portland, taking a "bee line" over the Columbia river. Cascade mountains and all intervening obsta cles. Good roads will be useless, ex cept for emergency. Automobiles will be hauled into the sheds to rust. Rail roads will be torn up. Carriages and tuggie will be but crude makeshift.-- when the final conquest of the air is complete. Not only will large machines for carrying scores of people be used within a short time, but it is almost certain that individual machines, like bicycles, will be perfected by which every man, woman and child may make independent flights when and where they choose through the air, In 'which they will be limited only by their own power of endurance or cur iosity. The gates of the Wonder age are swinging ajar. Is always noticed after election that the railroad vote like the farmer vote, Is scattered about as much ns the votes of any other class of peo ple. During the past decade, a large proportion of the railroad men of the country have become socialists. They have seen the railroad companies, timber syndicates, coal mining cor porations, land sharks and other large concerns becoming: unreasonably rich from the resources of the people, and no matter what they may profess In public, a large part of the railroad employes In every department, have decidedly socialistic tendencies. So the talk about "swinging" the railroad vote for Bryan, Taft or any-l-o.lv el so, is absolutely meaningless. MAN -A-Lift TIIK PKSKKTKKS. Charity workers in New York city say that they find more families de serted In the poor quarters of that city this fall than ever before. The pinch of hard times, the disappear ance of small Jobs which furnished a living for hundreds of poor fami lies, have been a terrible blow to the tenement dwellers. Like animals, when men are driven to the last ditch, self-preservation becomes stronger than love of wife or children and the man flees from the Impending disaster. But these deserted families, what of them? How are they faring In the absence of the runaway man? Sweet charity is caring for them. In the shadow of New York's palaces, charity is doling out its plttaYice to the hungry mothers and babes while poodle dog dinners, monkey theater parties and other "fashionable" func tions are being celebrated on Fifth avenue. And the men. what of tln-m? They are the tamps at your door; they are the vagabonds In your police courts; they are the laborers on public works; they are the beggers on your streets; they are the weary pilgrims following the long stretches of the I railroads, hungering, hoping, wan dering, in strange lands; they are the skulking forms wandering in your streets, alleys, lanes, looking with tf ar-bedimmed eyes at the lights of the happy homes and wondering what has become of a miserable lit tle family In the darkening shadows of Gotham's ghettos. Irak Copyright brTbe tltnallnCo. Excellent Remedy for CONSTIPATION And the Many Ailments Resulting Therefrom. Useful in Overcoming Colds and Headaches Rcqni-ririg a LAXATIVE To Dispel Them. It Has a Ccr.t'c Aclion on the KIDNEYS, LIVLR and BOWELS. Those who prefer can ob tain Ma:i-a-l:;i in tablet form. THE MAN-A-LIN CO., C0LUM3US. OHIO, U. S. A. the mock war at American Lake and are now languishing In the Llbby or Andersonville prisons of the Fuget sound cities. stuktciiim; the daylight. rem effkctivk nioinnrnoY. It seems that one important addi tion should be made to the local op tion or prohibition law of Oregon to Insure effective prohibition in prohi bition territory. It should be a crime under heavy penalty for express or freight carry ing companies to bring intoxicating liquors Into prohibition territory. It 1.' Illogical to make it a crime to sell or give liquor away In prohibition territory, and yet leave the gate open for express and freight carrying com panies to bring K Into such territory. Friends of temperance should Bee that the next legislature adds a strong clause of this kind to the local option law. The penalty should be heavy enough that the express and railroad companies cannot afford to take the risk of carrying It Into dry territory. Then effective prohibition will follow. As It is now, whiskey and beer may be shipped into prohibition territory In any quantity, peddled out freely to the consignee and there Is but little remedy for It. So public sentiment will fix the prohibition law right within a few years. THE RAILROAD VOTE. The attempt to "colonize" the rail road vote for either Bryan, Taft, Debs or Chafin will miserably fall. There In no more Independent or better posted class of worklngmen In the world than the railroad men, and they think for themofclvea, no matter for any boast of political heelers. There Is always plenty of talk about "swinging" the railroad vote, but It The Long Island railroad has asked lis commuters to vote on a proposal to make all the morning trains to the city 15 minutes later and all the afternoon trains out 13 minutes earlier. A surprisingly large propor tion of the voters favor the change, which would shorten' by half an hour their day in the city, says the Xe'w York AVorld. A visitor from Europe In New York gets the idea that It Is a place where everybody works 'hard, fast and long; how much of this Impression Is de rived from the mere clatter of cars and vehicles up' and down the longest and narrowest great city in the world i- hard to say. A visitor from Chicago finds N'ew Yorkers easw-going. Elevated and subway trains do not fool him; he finds the men he sees on business getting to their worwk late, lunching leisurely and leaving early; he finds 10 costly restaurants where money can be wasted to one such place In Chicago, and these constantly filled with dawdlers; he finds the purveying of trashy amusements developed to a greater business than It Is any where else on earth; he thinks In con sequence, though he has not seen everything necessary to a decision, that Sew York is a place to spend money rather than to earn It. An Englishman has lately proposed that hLs nation shall get more day light out of floors by setting all the clocks forward 80 minutes In summer only. New York, without troubling the clock, shortens the working day at both ends. With the growth of a leisure class and with the Imitative ness of the well-to-do we are fast ap proaching a condition where ibuslness men who can command their own time. vM work as few hours In a year as those of London. For the second offense under the prohibition law, the offender must be given a Jail sentence of from 10 to 30 days. It Is going to keep a lot of fellows In Jail for several months If every Illicit liquor sale Is considered an offense by eastern Oregon grand Juries. It will not be possible to pay a fine and laugh at the courts, as gamblers have done heretofore. There U no way out of it except to serve a Jail sentence after you are arrest ed on the second charge. From the long delay In returning home friends of many members of company L of this city are wondering if they have not been captured In MONKEYS LIKE SCKAl'I'IXG. "Monkeys are in a class by them selves." said the circus "man. "If one of them has red hair he is sure to be a dandy scrapper. The best fighter is always the leader. They hang to gether and bow and scrape before the boss Just like a good many peo ple. Monkeys with red faces and flat heads will whip the life out of those smaller than they are, but will run like the wind when It comes to nn even break. A monkey riot Is a fun ny spectacle. Even In the same cage you will find groups herded together, as If there was some class distinc tion, and the, lines were drawn tight ly. If two of the big ones come to gether in a row the others generally stand off and let them have it nut. But If any of the little ones get to scrapping, then the father and moth er are apt to mix in, and the next step U a general row. We separate them by turning on the hose and punish them by locking up the den so that they cannot get any peanuts from the crowd, and hold back their meals. This plan' puts them on their good behavior for a while at least. The monkey liki-s to eat and likes to he noticed." The lion's share of the prizes In the Olympic games was not what tlib lion's share Is proverbially supposed to be, by a long shot, and the lion is still growling about It. Didn't our boys rush the growler, though? What Ails You! - Do you feel weak, tired, despondent, have frequent headuclies, coated tongue, bitter or bad taste in morning, "heart burn," belching of ga, acid risings In throat after eating, stomach gnaw or burn, foul breath, dizzy spells, poor or variable appetite, nausea at times and kindred symptoms? If yolNiave any considerable number of lhboveswvptoms you are suffering fromSiillounOturnld liver with Indl- gestlonr$,5pe!Hi Pr. T'krce'" Holden yiillra,) TJisrovcry Is made "H of the ni"-t valuable medicinal principles known to medical ifjrneo (or the permanent, cure ol sii'-h at'ii'iTKU coctlltions It Is a most efficient liver tnvigorator. stomach tonic, bowel regulator and nerve strengthener. The "Golden Medical Discovery " Is not a patent medicine or secret nostrum, a full list of Its Ingredients being printed on Its bottle-wrapiHT and attested under oath. A glance at Its formula will show that It contains no alcohol, or harmful habit-forming drug. It Is a fluid extract made with pure: triple-rnlined glycerlno, of proper strength, from the roots of the following native American forest plants, viz., Golden Seal root, Stone root, Black Cherrybark, Queen's root, Illoodroot, and Mandrake root. The following leading medical authorities, among a host of o'hem. extol the foregoing rout for the cure of just such ailments as Iho shore symphim-. lint Irate: I'rof. K. Kartholow, M, I)., of Jeffcrwrn Med. College, 1'hlla : I'rof. II. Wood. M. I)., of I nlr.of I'a.: I'rof. Kdwln M. Hale, M. !., rif Hahnemann Med. College, Chicago: Prof, John King. M. II., Author of American Iilsriensatory: I'rof. .(no. M. Scud der, M. I)., A utliorof Specltlo Medicines; Prof. Laurence John-win, M. !., Med. Ilept. L'iiIt. of N. V.i I'rof. Kinley Klllngwood. M. I)., Author of Materia Mi iliea and Prof. In Dennett Medi cal College, Chicago. Send name and ad dress on 1'ontjil C ard to Dr. It V. Pierce, Buf falo. N. Y and rwnlTB frrr. booklet firing extracts from writings of ail the aliore medi cal authors and many others endorsing. In th strongest possible termn. each and eery In gredient of which "(lolden Medical Discov ery" Is composed. Dr. Pierce s Pleasant. Pellets regulate and Invigorate stomach, liver and hownls. They may be umt In conjunction with "flolden M-ral Dlsvivery " If bowels are much eon stipetod. They're tiny end sugar-coaled. The Old Stand-by The Pendleton Savings Bank COMMERCIAL BANKING Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00; 4 per cent. Interest on Time Deposits. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent. "The Friend , 'of Farmers and Stockmen" i "--"i in. ' --V,,-.V.W.-J Mt. Ange AtttTii.! A.i,,l.n,rtn.f).La,Uil College t. Angel, Oregon In charge ,of the. Benedictine Fathers. Boarding school for youn men and boys. The twenty-second year will open September 8. Board, tuition and laundry, 5210.00 per year. Full particulars given on application. Write for catalogue. The Best Soda Ice Cream and all Fountain Drinks at the coolest store in town THE Pendleton DRUG COMPANY Large Quantity of the Famous Rock Spring Cal Now on Hand The coal that produces heat and not dirt. Also fine lot of good dry wood. Dutch Henry Office, Pendleton Ice & Cold Stornrr Company. 'Phono Mnln 178. nimM.liinMMnPTVW3.irJaL-rjmi1 JMS fl MILITARY W ACADEMY A txxuding and day school for young men and boys. Principal has had 30 years experience in Portland. Boys of any age admitted at any time. Accred ited to Stanford, Berkeley, Cornell, Amherst, and all stale universities and agricultural colleges. Make reserva tions now J For illustrated catalogue and other literature address J. W. Kill, M. DM Principal, Fciifrc, Or. Safes and Vaults PACIFIC SAFE COMPANY Exclusive afrfts for Herring -Ha II- Marvin Safe Company Manufacturers of The Genuine Hall's Safe & Lock Co's Safes and Vaults Tlu Sliindnrd for Seventy Yewrs. Correxpondenre Solicited Offli-e anj Salesroom 909 Riverside Avenue Empire State liullillng. SPOKANE, WASH. WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY Willi lis New $.M Hiilldln. will please you. The (JOLI.KOK O V LIUKIIAL A KTS offers strotifr, braln-JevclopIns, four years courses. DcKrees A. II., Pit. I'., or B. S.. or B. L. The ACADEMY Rives a four years course, preparatory for college. The COLLI?' iH OK OR A TO It Y offers a three years course with de gree O. U. The COLLEGE OK MUSIC confers degree of B. M. on completion of four years course. The COLLEGE OK THEOLOGY confers degree of B. D. on comple tion of three years course by college graduates. The COLLEGE OK MEDICINE confers degree of M. D. on completion of four years course. The COLLEGE OK LAW confers degree of LL. B. on completion of two years course. (iirlstliin IMiiciitlon. 'IlioroiiKli Instruction. Slronjr Faculty. First-class Athletic privileges. Beautiful location. Reasonable ex penses. The State Libraries afford superior privileges. First semester opens .September 22, 190S. For catalogue and Information address rniOSIDKXT F. HOMAX, Suleni, Orotron. Oregon Normal Schools. Do You Intend to be a Teacher ? -The Oregon State Normal Schools at Ashland, Monmouth and Weston offer exceptional in ducements to students preparing to teach MY 11 'UK DRINKS MAY SAVK YOF A SICK SPELL. Near Beer 21 Bottles to the case, Only $1.25 per case. Soda Water All flavors. 24 bottle to the ease, only $1.00 per ease. Delivered to any part of the city.. John Gagen Eagle Hldg. Phone Main 550. GROUND BONE I OK CHICKENS. A!so Fir.o Fresh Meats Delivered Promptly at Reasonable Prices. EMPIRE MEAT CO. 'Phone Main IS. For catalogue or other information, address the Presi dents of the respective schools, or C. L Starr, Secretary of the Board, at Salem, Oregon. Daily East Oregonian, by carrier, 15 cents per week Lice ! Lice ! Kill them with Lee's Lice Killer COLESWORTHY'S Sot it. At the Feed Store . 127-129 E. Alta Every 7cman li Intormitd and nhonld know noui me wonnenol Marvel "K"1"" fr uoucne mmmJm Sir i,. ZZZ ih. MAHVRI. wi.r mi una stamp tor III at- I trntea honk m)1 t mi.u Uiif. MARVEL CO, MILIUM, Vol PHr Kat Orrconlan by canto. only IS cent per week.