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DAILY EAST OltBfJOMA.V. PENDLETON, OREGON. WESDAY, MAY 11, 1909. PAGE THREE. ICE M Cm) There's a Bright NEAR FUTURE Here For You. NEW TOWNS The townsite of STANFIELD is not located among sand dunes and sage brush, but has been laid out upon the site of a beautiful alfalfa field. STANFIELD has a large beautiful Natural Park, the trees and shrubbery haying been planted and grown by the hand of nature. STANFIELD rests in the fertile valley of the Umatilla river, on the main line of the 0. R. & N. railroad, and is gifted with abundant opportunities of becoming a large city a city ideal as a home and of greater importance commercially, owing to the rich territory tributary. Every particular feature necessary to the establishing and maintaining of a modern city has received the closest attention. STANFIELD will have the best water and sewerage systems it is possible to install; cement sidewalks; improved streets; shady walks and paved boulevards, besides the large Natural Park. STANFIELD A CITY OF OPPORTUNITY. STANFIELD is located in the heart of a large district now producing large crops annually, being the logical trading point for the entire region. The new comer and first settler need not wait for the land adjoining to become settled and harvestedit is unnecessary to wait for cultivation and opportunities dependent on development they are already here. Your future rests with you alone-look to it. Don't be dependent all your life, BUT GO HOW and INVESTIGATE STANFIELD. Office Open Evenings Until 9 o'Clock. CotamMc Company East Oregonian Building, Main St., Pendleton. JAMES M. KYLE, Manager PAUL B. POWERS, Sp'I. Representative con FOB JUNIOR COLLEGE PRESIDENT BLEAKXEY MAPS OUT PIlOrOSED WORK Pendleton Academy Would Give Two Years Additional Wurk Courses in Commerce, DometOJc Arts, Modern Classics and Science the Courses In Detail. of textiles and cos- President W. II. Bloakeny of the Pendleton Academy lias Just complet ed the work of planning the course for the next school year and he has dono bo with the view to the conver sion of the school into a junior col lege. The fallowing art! the courses as ar ranged. Commercial Cinirsc. First year: Enllsh Grammar Academy course. Stenography and Typewriting. Algebra Academy coocto. Writing. Spelling. Second year. Bookkeeping. , Algebra, commercial arlUwnetlc. Rhetoric. German, French or Spanish. Third year. Commercial arithmetic. Bookkeeping and Business Practice. German, French, or Spanish. Commercial Geography. Civil Government and Commercial Law. Fourth year: . Economics. , German, French or Spanish. Hanking and Finance. International Law. Domestic Arts nnd Domestic Srimcc Coarsen. First, second and third years mm as scientific course. Fourth year same as scientific, -icept that physics Is required. First Colic Year. Sclenoo Study af) combustion, classification of foods, fermentation ft reservation, preparation of dishes. . Arts Drafting, cutting, and fitting plain garments. -Second Year. Science rhyslology and Hygiene. Chemistry and Biology, Home sani tation and nursing. A Delicate Teat. Oyster! are more susceptible to out llde odori and flavors than anything else one can think of. It is therefore Interesting- to note the following testi monial from one of the most prominent chefs in Birmingham, Ala. He writes: "I have used Cottolcno for a number of years with the best results, and nnd It the most economical frying rat pave ever used. I have fried on an average of 2,000 oysters a day for the most select trade In Birmingham, with the best results. It satisfies my trade, and I would use nothing else. Cottolcne is positively neutral in fla vor. Articles fried in it have not that creasy, oily taste so often found when lard is used. THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Real Drugs-Real Druggists Arts Study tumes. Manual Training Course First, second, third and fourth years tame as scientific. First College Year. Mathematics Same as scientific. Mechanical Drawing Drafting and Designing. Manual Training Care and use of tools, carpentry. Scconil Year. Mathematics same as scientific. Science Advanced physics. Manual Training Drafting and shop work adapted to the various courses In engineering. Cowrse In Agriculture. General Horticulture. Science Chemistry, ndvanced Bot any. Manual Training Mechanical Draw ing and carpentry. Second Year. Crop production, chemistry of the soil, plant breeding, stock breeding, feeding animal hygiene. Modern Classics English Grummar and composi tion. Lai In Latin lessons (completed. Mathematics Elements of alge bra. History General.. Second Year. English Composition and rhetoric. Latin Caesar, (four books,) com position. German Grammar, translation. conversation. Mathematics Algebra, completed geometry begun. flilnl Year. English Classics and composition. German Grammar, reading, com position, syntax. French Grammar, composition translation. Mathematics Geometry , complet ed. Science Physiography. Fonrth "Y'ear. English History and American lit erature. German Study rf Id'oms, theme writing. French Reading, composition con versatlon. fccience Physics r domestic sci ence, botany, general, laboratory, rield work. Ilrst Collcae Tear. English History of English litera ture. uerman study of classics, theme writing. Trench Composition, conversation stwdy of Idioms. Philosophy-- Psychology. Second College Year. English College rhetoric, composi tion, argumentation. German Classics, - themes, lect ures on language and literature. French Study of Idioms, lectures on language and literature. Spanish Classics, composition con versation. Scientific Course First Year. Mathematics Geometry, complet ion. Latin Latin lessons (complete.) Mathematics Elements or alge bra. History General. Second Year. English Composition and rhetoric. Latin Caesar (four books) com position. German Grammar, translation. conversation. Mathematics Elements of algo bra, completed and geometry begun. Thin! Year. Science Physiography. Latin Cicero (six orations) com- algebra. position, syntax. Mathematics Geometry, complet ed. Electives French may bo substitut ed for Latin. Spanish may be substi tuted for Latin. Fourth Year. English American literature, his tory of. German Conversation, study of classics. Science Botany, general, labora tory, field work. Electlves Language, Virgil (six books.) French Composition, conversation. Spanish Grammar, translation. Spanish Grammar, translation. Science Physics or domestic sci ence. Firt College Year, English English literature, his t"ry of. German Study of Idioms, them writing. Mathematics Trigonometry, sur TO'lng and surveying, physics d vnneed, chemistry, genernl, qualltive Electives French, Spanish, philo sophy. physchology or history of phi Inyophy. Sixth Year. Mathematics College analytical geometry. Science Chemistry, quantitative. organic biology. Philosophy Psychology, or history of philosophy. German Classics, history of lit erature. Electives Latin, French, Spanish. Ancient Classical. First Tear. English Grammar and composi tion. Latin I.atin lessons (completed) Mathematics Elements of Alge bra. History General. Second year. English Composition and rhetoric. Latin Caesar (four books), com position. Greek Greek lessons (complete). Mathematics Elements of algebra completed, geometry begun. Third Tear. Science Physiography. Latin Cicero and composition (six orations1). Greek Anabasis and composition (four books). Mathematics Geometry, complet ed. Fourth year. English American literature and history of. Latin Vlrgirs Aeneld (six books). Greek Homer's Illlad (six books). Science Physics, elements of bot any, general laboratory and field work. First College Year. English English literature, his tory of. Latin Horace, Llvy. Ovid, Tacltns. Greek Plato, Lyslas, Herodetus, composition. Electives Mathematics Trigonometry, sur veying. Philosophy Psychology. Second College Yenr. English College rhetoric, com position, argumentation. Latin Terence, Private Life of the Romans, Roman History. Greek Greek tragedy, Private Life of the Greeks, Greek History. Electives Mathematics College Algebra, An alytics. Philosophy History of Philosophy. i TO PULLMAN MEET PENDLETON ATHLETES TO COMPETE IX DIG EVENT Fine new line of Hams, Bacon, Smoked Meats and Lard at Pendle Pendleton Cash Market, best moats, ton Cash Market. Phone Main 101. Field lcct in Walla Walla Next Sat unlay Will be IHgsest Event or Its Kind in Inland Empire Tills Ycur High School Athletes Will Try for New Honors Declamation and Oratorical Contest to IV Held at Same Time Nothing daunted by failure to car ry -sit the championship honors at the big field meet in Walla Walla last Friday and Saturday, the Pen delton high school will send a team to the big meet at Pullman next Fri day and Saturday. This Is to be the biggest meet held in the inland em pire tills year and the following con cerning it is taken from the Spokesman-Review: Pullman, Wash. The interscholas- tlc trac.lt meet which will be held here Saturday, May 15, promises t draw the biggest field of a.thletes ever before gathered together fai the north west. Twenty-five lgh schools in eastern Washington, northeast Ore gon and northern Idaho will compete in the regular track events and there will be 193 young men take part. The regulation high school track meet program will be followed. Indica tions are that a number of new rec ords will be established. The committees have been working hard and if weather conditions are favorable a great meet Is assured. No delays between events Is the or der and It will be rigidly enforced. The full meet will be held on Satur day beginning at 9:30 in the morning and all teams or athletes not ready villi be barred. The tryouts or pre liminaries will all be run in the fore noon and the finals !n the afternoon so that those who wish to do so may leave on the evening trains for home The magnitude of the meet can be maglned from the list of entries. There will be 38 In the shotput; ham mer. 26; discus, 42; relay teams, 17; 220 low hurdles, 38; 120 high hurdles. ECZEMA LODGES IX THE SK1X. Not a Blood Dlscusc Cured by OH of Wliitergreon Compound. For many years ecxema was sup posed to be a blood disease and was erroneously treated as such, but now the best authorities agree that ecze ma Is only a skin disease and must be cured through the skin. The eminent skin spee'allst, Dr. D. D. Dennis, first discovered the eczema germ and his discovery was quickly taken up In both Germany nnd France. To kill the exzema germ and at the same time heal the skin, Dr. Dennis compounded oil of wlntergreen, thy mol, glycerine, etc. The remedy Is ft liquM not a mere salve, hence it inkH right Into the pores of the skin. Washing with this oil of wlntergreen compound seems to take the itch away at once; soon the scales drop way and the disease disappears. Pendleton Drug Co. The prescription has now been used so long as to have proven Its absolute merit and we do not hesitate to express our confidence In D. D. 1). Prescription us used with D. D. D. Soap. 33; mile run, 40; 880-yard run, 45; 220-yard dash, 50; 60-yard dash, 61; 100-yard dash, 62; quarter-mile run, 51; high jump, 43; broad jump, 44; pole vault, 29. Declamatory Program. Friday night there will be the de clamatory contest, In which there will be 13 contestants for various prizes. The judges of this contest will be Principal H. M. Hart of Spokane, Principal A. C. Hampton of Pendle ton and Mrs. Ewing of Pullman. Oratorical Contest. Saturday night the oratorical con test will be held, with 15 contestants. Those reported up to date are: H. J. Warner, Pendleton, "The Opportuni ties of Youth;" Dolph Barnett. North Yakima,' "Defense of Lovejoy;" Dud ley H. Hagen. Spokane, oration on democracy; Allen Phil'ps, Prosser, "Grattan's Reply to Corry;" Marion Halsey, Clarkston, "Regulus to the Carthaginians;" Clarence Ash, Walla Walla, same subject: Ray Green wood, Sprague, "Appeal to Arms;" Leah Henley, Pomeroy, "Sweet Girl Gradunte;" Glen Mason, Waitsburg, "Regulus to the Carthiglaps." The Judges are Superintendent R N. Wright of Lewlston, Superintend ent W. A. Nicholas of Colfax and Miss Margaret Jayne of Pullman. but the services and discussions after the f !rst one will be heldin Tremont Temple. Bishop Lawrence presided The session last year was at Detroit. Among the speakers are Bishop Ed-. ward M. Parker of New Hampshire; Canon Henson of England; Bishop . Doane of Albany; Dr. Huntington of Grace church, New York; President. Luther, of Trinity College, Hartford; Rev. Percy Grant, formerly of Boston; Editor Silas McBee of the Church man; Dr. Lloyd and President Charles. Henry Babcock of New York. A reception to the congress will be given by the Episcopalian club to night, and a visit to the Episcopal Theological Seminary and to Harvard University Is planned for the mem-, bers. Frank About It. The day after the club meeting the- lady egotist and the sarcastic lady met again. "I suppose," said the former, "that the rest of you talked about me after I left." "Oh, no," rejoined the latter. "We tired of that subject while you were there." The Pittsburg Observer. Episcopal Congress in Boston. Boston, Mass., May 11. The twenty-seventh annual session of the con gress of Episcopal dioceses of 'this country met In Trinity church this morning. It will continue four days. Mrs. E. H. Harris gave a dinner party last evening. The guests were delighted with the coffee. Mrs. Har ris always uses Folerer's Gnlrion n.t. whole roast, and grinds It herself, not too fine, pulverized coffee Is bitter. A warm theatre vlth new and live ly pictures the Pastime. UNITED STATES Bit AXCH STATEMENT. Synopsis of the Annual Statement of the London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Company of Liverpool, in England, on the 31st day of December, 1908, made to the Insurance Commissioner of the State of Oregon pursuant to law: ' CAPITAL 591,020.68 Deposit In United States ., INCOME Premiums received during the year In cash .12 300 684 64 Interest, dividends and rents received during the year 119,873 08 Income from other sources received during the year Total Income !!!!!..'.'!.'.'.'.' T J , DISUl USEMENTS. Losses paid during the year $1 194 619 38 Dividends paid during the year on capital' ' stock Commissions and salaries paid during the year Taxes, licenses and fees nald"duri'nJ V 568 r t.,-- t 5475465 Amount of all other expenditures....!!!'!!' 179871 !4 Total expenditures SETS. Value of real estate owned . . .7 $ joo 000 00 Value of stocks and bonds owned 2,490 270 64 Loans on mortgages and collateral, etc !! ... Cash in banks and on hand Y0V9S70V Premiums In course of collection and in transmission 390,962 78 Other assets 64,766.42 Total admitted assets LIArtll.lTTTNl" ' Gross claims for losses unpaid $ Amount of unearned premiums on all 'out standing risks Due for commission nnd brokerage.. All other liabilities Total liabilities !.!!!! Total Insurance in force December 31 190s BUSINESS IN OREGON FOU THE YFK Total risks written during the year -. Gross premiums received during the" year' .!.'!.' ! Premiums returned during the year .".".'.".".'! Losses paid during the year !!!!!!!! Losses Incurred during the year I."!.'!!.!,"! lotai-amount or risks outstanding In 1908 LONDON & LANCASIlilJK 200,000.00 I 2,420,557.72 $ 2,020,065.75 156.183.66 2,157,324.02 Vo. 8 18.97 3,754,966.89 2.404.326.65 J416.753.573.0O .$2,593, 154. Oil 50,014.33 7.379.24 39.6ai.6ti 39,631.66 31, Oregon December 2.877.915. On FUSE INSFIiANCE (OMIMVV ... JAS. WYPEIt. Manager Pacific Dept. 571 Sacramento St. San Francisco Cn! Statutory resident general agent and attorney In fact. SM R s'Tnv' 226 Chamber of Commerce Hdg., Portland', Ore. ' ' ' NOTE Special deposits not held for the protection of nil the policy holders of the company cannot bP admitted as an asset and Included in the published statement, except the deposit with the State Treasurer for the protection of Oregon policy holders only FHAXK It. CLOPTOX & CO., Inc., Agents, Pendleton, Ore.