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PAGE FOCR. DAILY EiSF OHMBOM.Mf, PENDLETON. OREGON. ST1KI.Y, MARCH 20. 100. , BlOllT PAQB9.
COCXTY OFHCIAL PAPER. AN lXHRPKNOEXT NKWSl'AI'KR. Pnb:lbfd l'slly. Weekly and Seral-Wwkty. it IVmlleton, Orefrn, by the CAST OUKliOXUX I't'ULlSHlXa CO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES : Pally, one year, by msll MOO tfclljr. tlx ioutb, by mall 2. Ml Pl. three monthi. by mall 125 lally. one month, by mall SO PallT, one rear, by carrier T.SO Dally, nil months, by carrier 8.7J Pally, tbm months, by carrier M5 Pallv. one month, by carrier 65 Weekly, one year, by mall l.jjo Weekly, en montha. by mall 5 Week'?, fonr month, by mall 50 Semi-Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Beml-Weekly. fix montha, by mall... .75 SemlWeti. . (our montha, by mall.. .80 The Pally Kast Oregoalan Is kip,t on sale at the Oregon Xewa Co., 147 6th atreet, Portland. Oregon. Chicago Bureau, 909 Security building. Washington, I). C, Bureau, 501 four teenth street, X. W. Member United rreaa Association. Telephone Main 1 Entered at the poatotrice at Pendleton, Oregon, as second-clasa mall matter. reau Is formed the people of the West F.nd, of the East End. of the Pilot Rock country and of the wheat belt will be asked to co-operate. Pendle ton will do its share and much more than Its share. But the reople of this city should not be asked to, finance the bureau alone because the benefits to be derived will be largely for other section of the county and especially for the new Irrigated sections. Come to the mass meeting next Fri day. Join in establishing a good strong publicity bureau that will work tor the advancement of Umatilla county and of every town within the same. GREATNESS. Years of toil and years of care, Years of patient faithfulness, Years of hope and of despair, Strength and courage meas ureless, Mercy for the weak. Bold where boldness must be shown. Brave enough to stand alone. Unafraid to act or speak When the cause is Just Knowing who mto trust, Whom to turn from In the stress Unbelieved; Finally, when sweet success Is achieved, After all your foes are faced. Knowing how To wear worthily the laurels placed On your brow. 3. E. Kiser. ART. During the present week the peo ple of Pendleton have had an oppor tunity to hear a series of excellent lec tures upon art and to see the great masterpieces of the world reproduced bv means of the stereopticon. The talks have certainly been enjoyed, es pecially by the ladies of the city, and the city's fund of culture has been in creased. Every normally minded person has at: appreciation of art. though tastes differ as greatly as does the equator from the poles. People are interest ed in various classes of art and in dif ferent subjects according to their own tastes and bel'.efs. That different people appreciate different classes of art Is most nat ural. Real art means the "holding nt tho mirror ud to nature." Since this theory' is true it ie natural that people best appreciate subjects with which they are familiar. A western er may best judge of western scenes. a southerner of southern sketches and a New Englander of North Atlantic views and types. In this connection it might well be asked klf people who have never been abroad can be ex pected to go Into ecstasies over paint lngs showing old country types and scenes. Since they have never seen the original, how can they Judge of the imitation? But of course there is much in art that is of world wide interest. Love and beauty, sorrow and Joy are un derstood by all humanity. An ap j.reciation of these things is inherent with all people from ragamuffins to societv dames. The secret of this is the same as the mystery of the sun stt's glory, the rose's fragrance and the sweetness of the nightingale's song. JOIN HANDS. At the big publicity mass meeting to be held here next Friday evening f -.f-rv ; rngn-sslve worker for the ad vancement of this county should be pr-s'-rit. It is the intention of those i.phiml the movement to organize a stronger and more effective publicity bureau. Tj do this the united sup wirr ,f tlie eountv is needed. The iT'-ve-nt bureau is financed almost ex- clusiv-!y by P-ndl-ton people, al fit from thr; bureau's I lot rtplicd i. ... . - -..i c,..ir, ,.r the' kills us off. O '! ft. i- f'l ' ' ( "uniy. Winn the improved publicity bu- W1T AND Hl'MOR OV THE TAI.MID. SO AIX MAY KNOW. Today's issue of the local morning paper has an insinuat'on that de serves a word of reply, because some times the character of an accusation overcomes the insignificance of the accuser. The insinuation was to the effect that Dr. C. J. Smith Is in some way connected with the management of th's paper. That this accusation was a willful lie the editor of the Tribune well knows. So do all lo cally informed people. But for the benefit of peope who may not be so informed the insinuation is hereby branded as a falsehood. With respects to the conduct of this paper Senator Smith is in exact ly the same position as !s Judge Low ell, ex-Mayor Fee, G. M. Rice, Mayor Murphy, Leon Cohen, R. Alexander and many other prominent local men. With these men and others the East Oregonlan co-operates gladly in work for the advancement of this city and county. It has always done so and always will. But these men have no connection with the ownership nor control of this paper. ,The East Oregonian is owned body and soul by the men who operate it, and they are C. S. Jackson, F. W. Lampkin, L. D. Drake and E. B. Aldrich. In doing what It pleases this paper is as untrammelod as an eagle in the air. As its owners desire to make it a true newspaper, It pleas es them to have the paper work for the progress of the community; to stand for the enforcement of law and to expose and criticise those who would tear down local institutions such as the Eastern Oregon normal school. Because the East Oregonian Is and always has been such a newspaper it has become strong, while its morn ing rival, which has followed a dif ferent course, has been from Its or igin to the present time a. bottle-fed weakling. In the future the East Oregonian will follow the same policy it is following at present and has fol- owed for over 30 years. It will do this regardless of its jealous contem porary and the pessimistic, revenge ful clique that dictates the policy of that sheet. The grcntest bulk of the Talmud dis courages even Jewish readers from approaching !t. It Is a rich reposi tory of wise and witty sayings. Most of the sayings have been especially translation from the Hebrew for this collection, und the selection gives some idea of the lofty touching, no ble Ideals and exalted Ideas b'.rthed In Jewish brains und show the broad spirit of Judaism. When the ox is down, many are the butchers. Hear sixty advisers, but be guided by your own conviction. An old man Is trouble In the house; nn old woman Is a treasure in the house. Birds of feather flock together; and so with men like to like. He laid his money on the horns of Pa deer. Attend no auctions if thou hast no money. Let not your heart with care bo filled, for care has many a victim killed. Take out the beam from thine eye. As a tree is known by its fruit, so man by his works. Good deeds are better than creeds. The nobles of all charities is in en abling the poor to earn a livehood. The camel wanted to have horn and they took away his ears. One bird tied Is better than a hun dred flying. The egg of today is better than the hen of tomorrow. He that hires one garden will eut birds; he that hires many gardens the birds will eat him. Go to sleep without supper, but rise without debt. If thy friends agree in calling thee an ass, go and get a hatter around thee. If thy friend !s honey, do not lick him up altogether. As soon as a man marries, his sins decrease. He who lives without a wife is no perfect man. He who marries for money his children shall be a curse to him. The majority of children resemble their maternal uncles; hence the choice of a wife should be determin ed by the character of her brothers. When the calf kicks, 'tis time to thrash the cow. The daughter's doings have been the mother's acts. I TEE ONLY BAKING POWDER made trom vo(f- Koyalurapeureamor i ariar "Roval Bakiner Powder is the greatest of time and labor savers to the pastry cook. It economizes flour, but ter and eggs, and makes the food digestible and healthful. RAKlFUfi POWDER 11 fe WOMAN COLLEGE Pill S1DKXT White and chining, surrounded by cypresses and pomegranates and American elms, In a city of the Orient stands an American college for girls. Scutari the Asiatic suburb of C'on stanlnople, is its seat. At the head of this college Is n Xew England woman, strong of heart and brain. Dr. Mary Mills Patrick was born in the shadow of the White Mountains, but years of study and residence in foreign lands have given her an insight into other people's methods and motives, and a spirit of toleration and sympathy. The development of the college has been her life work, says Hampton's Magazine for April. It was founded in 1S71 as a high school and Dr. Fat hick, then little more than a girl, be came connected with It soon after. Under her management it bus grown from n small beginning into an Im portant educational Institution. Pro bably none has a wider "influence in promoting civilization. Graduates of the college are helping to shape the history of Eastern Kurope and Ottoman Empire. It Is the only stitution in the near East for higher education of women. hnlf that term, and I beg of you to change the sentence." "Well, under those circumstan ces." said the Judge, "I will change the sentence. I will make It for life Instead of seven years." Atlanta Constutlon. Cornelius "The House of Welcome" Cor. Park and Alder Portland, Oregon In reply to an advertisement for a woman typist at a salary of $3.75 a A hotel where the North western people will find hearty welcome and re ceive courteous treat ment at moderate prices. week, a London firm on March 4 ceived no fewer than 397 replies. re- the !n- the Under the cloak of anonymous com munlcatlons the local morning paper :ries to defend Senator Cole's action in knifing the Eastern Oregon normal and also casts another slur at Senator Smith, who fought hard in behalf of the normal school. Thus does the morning paper show its "friendship" for the Weston school. FIRST FAIR AT UGANDA. Consul Arthur Garrels, recently appointed to the Zanzibar post, ha prepared from accounts in African papers the following report on the exhibition at Kampala: An exhibition of the products ana Industries of the Uganda protector ate was opened on November, 9, 1908, at Kampala, In Uganda, British Af rica. The exhibition, originally in tended for the special encourage ment 6f the cotton industry, was broadened In scope during the process or'organlzation and resulted In a col lection of nearly 4,000 exhibits, cov ering all the branches of native in dustry and showing the resources and possibilities of development in that territory. Nearly all of the tribes, aggregat ing almost 3,000,000 people, sent representatives, some of whom came hundreds of miles. Among them were many native rulers and chiefs. The gathering together on a friendly foot ing of the Kings of Buganda, Bun yoro, Ankole, and Toro and the prin cipal chiefs of Busoga was an unpre sedented occurrence, which evidenced the moral and intellectual Improve ment progressing throughout the Ug anda protectorate. The most Impor tant of the exhibits was cotton. U. S. Consular Reports. ACCOMODATING JUDGE. While holding a term of court here once, Judge Watson sentenced a man to seven years In prison for a grave crime. The respondent's counsel asked for the mitigation of the sentence on the ground that the prisoner's health was very poor. "Your honor." said he. "I am sat isfied that my client can not live out The record of Umatilla county leg' Those who are returning from Cal ifornia say that the present weather in Pendleton Is not surpassed by that of the sunny southwest. This is com forting to those who have stayed av home. Towns are made, they do not grow Help in building a Greater Pendleton WATER AFFECTED HIM. Buy a Talking Machine where you can compare results. We have the best values Edison Victor Columbia Horace Bixey, the deacon of Missls Ippl pilots, Is Mill at the wheel at 82 ' him Mark Twain served his ap irentlceshlp. A re-porter asked M. Bixey a rt ipe for a hale old age. "Temo'-ranee young m;.n," the pl- Intemperanee is wnat Oh, the victims," he in hi whimsical way, "the n'id vicims of Internperanpfl I have seen! "Once I remember a passenger of ours fell overboard. We fished him out with a boathook after he nan been soaking on the bottom half an hour or o. We laid him limp and sopping on the deck, and a steward ran for the whiskey bottle. "A h I pried the man's mouth open to pour soioe whiskey down his throat his lips moved. A kind of murmur came from rhern. I put rny ear down close to listen and I heard the half drowned wretch say: " 'Holi me on a bar'l first to get some o this water out. It'll weaken the lleker." Cleveland Leader. It may be the 111 we are dodging la th cure fon the greater 111 we ae . i ; i slators with respects to tne astern aira Oregon normal has been indelibly written. All the quibbling and all the anonymous communications In the world cannot change one line of this nor will such things deceive the pub lic. acts wait 4. ly yol promnl- lyontlto bouels, cleanses Ue system ojcctu ally, assists one in ovGKxnumg habitual constipation permanently. To get its benejieiol ejects buy the 6 emu up. Manufactured lytht California JigSxiujp Co. SOLD BY LEAD! NO DRUCaSTS-50p.'BaTTlL Our free omnibus meets all trains Under the management of N. K. CLARKE C W. Cornelius Proprietor H. M. SLOAN General Blacksraithing, V'( t-fMhthMMncr Wood Work and Wflgqn Making. ?low Share Grinding and Sharpening. AT THE OLD STAND v Cor. Alta & Cottonwood l Streets American Rational bank Pendleton, Oregon Deposits Total Resources $1,109,136.25 $1,502,614.13 Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $251,877.88 OFFICERS: T. 1. MORRIS, President. A. I. SLOAN, Vice President. V. L. THOMPSON, Cnshlcr. T. G. MONTGOMERY ) W. S. TUPLEY U'1' CMn- Depositary of the United States, State of Oregon, City of Pendleton, Umatilla Indian Reservation. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. - ptanorelialnlitr 8 3 Main St. Pendleton Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. Ttri, r,A ntiVipnlthv kidnevs are re- andsutferinsr. fcUUUOlUlKivi . , . ' l.narna if L'WiriPV trouble js permitiea to continue, serious re sults are most likely to follow. Your other organs may need at tention, but your kid neys most, because ihfv do most and should have attention first. Therefore, when your kidney9 are weak or out of order, ;,, nmW'.tnnd how nuickly vour en tire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its duty. . If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great Kiuney remmv, Kilmer's Swamp-Root. A trial win con vince you of it3 great merit. The mild and immediate effect of Swamp-Root, the great kidney and bladder remedy, is soon realized. It stands the higher-t because its remarkable health restoring properties have been proven in thousand of the most distress ing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best. "V. Sold by druggists in PTZ:- fntv-ccnt and otic-dol- i ;:::','', """fv;-; , lar sizes. You may ::;:....-.;:.r....:rj have a sample bottle K':.s.;'' v!;:v by mail free, also a . J'i-X ' '-V'i.' pamphlet telling you "ii.a '. how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble. Mention this piper when writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton.'N. Y. Don't make any mi'i take, but remember the name, Suamp Koot, and don't let a dealer sell you something in place of Swamp-Root if you do yon will be diip '. NEW PASSENGER. TRAIN SERVICE via NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY El'ITXTIVE MARCH 13, 1009. Direct Mrvlce to Portland via Paaco and the North Bank Road, to Tacoma, Seattle, Sound points, Spokane and all points east. Full Information covering rates to all points, reservation of borths, secured on application to W. ADAMS, Asent, Pendleton, Oregon. A. P. CHARLTON, AsNlslnnt General Pnss. Ajr-nt, Portland, Oregon 2m)piiiiiiM.uJi"HTMyMliWTiHWf IT "IE" Alfalfa Meal For Man, Beast or Chickens It'makes good solid flesh. COLESWORTHY'S Sells it AL the Feed Store 127-129 E. Alta Nice Roasts, Chops and Steaks Best sausagea and smoked or cured meats. Pure lard. EMPIRE MEAT CO. Phone Mnln 18. Milne Transfer Phone Main 5 Calls promptly answered for all baggage transfer ring. Piano and Furnture moving and Heavy Truck. ing a specialty. He f-ot the Iajr Off. Employer Whoe funeral do you expect to go to? Offlce Boy The umpire's. New York Sun. SITT OK CI.OTII l'.SAM HAT I'ltl'TIC To be given awoy at Jim Kates' Pastime Parlors Are you a good bowler? SEE DISPLAY AT BOSTON STOKE Call and Investigate. r 11 The Pendleton, Oregon lank Capital, Surplus' and Undivided Profits $300,000.00 Oldest and largest Bank in Eastern Oregon, with a dividend paying record of a quarter of a century. They Htamt tlio Strain. Our Winona Wagons and Harks, and Ilex Uugglos are built to stand service. Let us Bhow you our Fairbanks Morse Engines and Seales the best. We solicit your wagon repairing, miichlno work and earrliiRo fainting. Charges are moderate and only skill eil workman are employed. NEAGLE BUGS. D. C. Graybeal CIC5AIIS, TOItACCOS, PIPES, CAN. DIES, NETS AND SOKT DIUNKS. CARD ROOM IN CONNECTION 011 Mnln Street Dally Kant Oregonian by on 1 IS oentf per week. carrier,