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DAILY EAST OREGON! AN. PICNDLETOJf, OREGON. l'ltlDAY, JULY 10, 1009
PAGE FOnt COUNTY omoi.VI. PAPER. AS WDBPBNDHNT SKWSl'.U'KR. PnbliIil l'alljr. Weekly and Semi-Weekly. at IVndleton. Oregon, by the AST OBBQONIAN PUBLISHING CO. BCB8CBIPTION KATES. Dally, one year, by mall f.YOO Dally. lx months, by mall 2.60 Dalit, thri months, by mall 1.25 Dally, one month, by mall BJj Dally, one year, by carrier T.50 Dally, tlx months, by carrier 3.75 Dally, three months, by carrier 1.05 Dally, one month, by carrier 65 Weekly, one year, by mall 1.50 Weeklf, six months, by mall T5 Weekly, four months, by mall 50 Rami Week It, one rear, by mall .... 1.50 Bl Weekly, six montns, by mall .. .75 Semi Weekly, four months, by mall . .50 The Dally Kaat Oregonlan la kept on aale at the Oregoa Sews Co., 147 dth street, Portland. Oregon. . Chicago Bureau. 809 Security Building. Washington. D. C. Bureau, 501 Four teenth atreet, N. W. Member United Preaa Aasoclatlon, telephone Entered at the postofflce at Pendleton, Oregon, as aecond-class mall matter. JNION,4lkSEt? IF If all the leaves on every tree The germs of health were hatch- ing, If we from pain and ache were free, And health alone was catching: if we couth live in health's full sway. And not a part show least de- i ay, 'Until the whole had worn away. As did the "Deacon's One Hoss Shay"; Could we inhale, like nitrogen. The stimulants the body craves. To be absorbed like oxygen, And to gross food we were not slaves, If every woman nenth the sky Was just "a gem of purest ray" In all the sense the words im ply; And every man. a man for aye. If each one by his Maker stood, And all from wrong and taint were free, And simply did the best they could. What a splendid world this world would be, B. F. Gipple In Chicago Rec ord Herald. p rtmcnt Is usually good for the rea son that discipline requires such. Practical experience with thousands of the youns men, wearing the navy blue has shown them to be as decent, stlf-rospoctlns and well-conducted y. ung men Ms can be found in any walk Of lite, say the l'ost-lntelll-goneer. Tlure are a few men who disgrace the uniform they wear and who fail to conduct themselves with decent propriety, but there are thous ands of civilians who do the same. To discriminate against the uniform not the Individual, is to cast a stigma upon an honorable calling, nonorume It itself and from the character of the men who follow It, entirely aside from the fact that it is to wearers of that uniform that the country looks to defend it In times of war and to uphold It3 prestige abroad in time of peace. It is a safe bet that the man who refuses to permit men wearing the uniform of his country to enter the dance hall wlilch he runs, does ad mit dozens of men whose moral char acter is such that they would not be admitted into the service of the gov ernment either in the army or navy. At the same time, if there Is a way to protect the city from the stigma which this man, who goes entirely contrary to public sentiment on this subject, has cast upon it, that way should be followed. MORGAN'S HYPKOCRISY. WHO OWNS THE AIR? Press reports recently told of two important English functions in which Americans tarticipated. One of them was a royal reception at the opening of the South Kensington museum in London. It was attended by no less a personage than J. Pierpont Morgan, king of the American finance and col lector of all the historic brlc a brae he can get hold of. At the reception Mr. Morgan appeared clad in knee breech es, with a silver buttoned coat and with a sword dangling by his slde But a few days ago a grand recep tion was given by Whitelaw Reid, the American ambassador, and it was at tended by King Edward and Queen Alexandria. The queen was elaborate ' ly adorned with Jewelry'. If the reports are true. The report may have been written in advance of the affair by a correspondent who naturally as sumed the queen would wear much Jewelry, In honor of the occasion. But If Queen Alexandria did wear Jewelry it wag manifestly her privi lege to do so and criticism would be In poor taste. But it seems incredible that a man like J. Pierpont Morgan should so far forget his ovn worthiness as to don a comic opera costume In order to bask in the lime light at a royal re- ceptlon. Morgan is the head of the International harvester trust and of countless other combines. He has enough money to buy Edward out of house and home and when It cornea to a matter of power and Influence the king of England is a child com pared with the wall street monarch. It would have been more appropriate had Morgan remained at home and bade Edward call upon him. The spectacle he made of himself when he dressed in knee breeches and wore a silver buttoned coat and sword In or der to bow before the king must have been very humiliating. The act was ' hypocritical. Morgan Is the head of the House of Plutus and as such he is above ordinary personages like kings and presidents. When he paid hom age to King Edward he acted ridlcu lously and it is only surprising his enemies did not take advantage of the Incident and his seeming showing of weakness to start a raid upon his Wall street stronghold. With the development of wireless telegraphy a problem has arisen as t ) the ownership of the air. Absurd as It may seem it appears that inter national complications are liable to occur thoush no serious trouble is anticipated. "As might be expected, says the Technical World, it has remained for the far corner of the Northwest, the Pacific frontier, to be the battle ground for control of the ether way. Already there are sullen rum blings of the coming conflict. The Canadian government wireless tele, graph operators are wondering when more satisfactory agreement will be made with the Americans than now exists for sending areograms. "It is a curious fact that when two wireless stations are working, another station in the vicinity can break Into the way and stop the working sta tions. In the operator's terms this i:j known as "Interference." To seme extent science has overcome this difficulty by the use of a device known as the tuner. With this instru ment the operator can "tune out" that is shut off stations which he does not want to hear. This operation, however, reitrlcts the use of the at mosphere again, so that In the end the struggle for air is little further ad vanced than if the tuner was not In use. "The tuner has this advantage; It allows an operator to work in peace, even though others do want to Inter fere and get their messages through. And again looking at It from this viewpoint, it is might that rules. And the struggle for air goes on just the same." If the wireless telegraph has pre cipitated disputes as to rights to the air what will happen when the prob lem of air navigation has been solved and the nations of the world have fleets cruising through the ozone? SOUTH, Don't you recall when apples grew, OJ. twice as big as now? When fish, however they were few, Were monster ones somehow? When Caines' mill-dam made- :i roar As though the water hurled Were gathering in a mighty store from all the wide, wide world? D.m't vou remember when the trees, The oak trees and the beech. Were lost in clouds on days like these And eyes could hardly reach Their wavering tops? When noonday skies Were oh. such deeper blue? When Jack's great beanstalk in our eyes Just grew and, grew and grew. nd there were bells, so more than fine, Of blue and white and red, Upon the morning glory vine That climbed up on tne shmi, To be a wonder and delight, So fresh and full Of dew, IV bud open In a night I see them now don't you? Don't you remember when the eaves Were thick and full of gloom, Where captive maidens, once, UKe slaves. Were chained in some damp room? When twilight rustling in the brain Was some fierce beast? A cow It was, but cows at dusk are Hush! I think I hear one now. Come take a little trip with me, Forget the things that fret; For you may close your eyes and see Some things that I forget. Why. I've seen Rluebeard's hidden room And Cinderella's shoes! And I've seen where violets bloom So blue, so blue, so blue! J. W. Foley. S.S.S BLOtDB HUMORS THAT INSUFFERABLE HERO. I'm sick of the square-Jawed hero with the "lean und clean-cut face"; I'm surfeited quite with the long frock coat that's worn with consummate grace; I'm frayed to a frazzle with "swing ing walk"' and "sinewy frame" and such; While "strong white hands with well-kept nails" provoke me to beat the Dutch. When Fisher or Hutt or Christy or Giggs Illustrates the tale. It la worse The hero has jaws like a bulldog and a mouth that's as gray as a hearse. I'm more than blase with the crack athletes all house-broken, neat as wax. With Jeffies' shoulders and gray hounds waists and wonderful ramrod hacks. It is, oh, for the man with receding chin and a kink In his left hind leg; It is, oh, for the man with one cock eye and a grain like a cider keg; It is, oh, for the chap with the wrong, wrong clothes, like a picture by OUern ley Moore, Instead of the tailor-shop dummy that's grown such B frightful bore! It Is, hey, for the noodle who can't swim a stroke, or paddle a boat or box, Or lug his love In his "steel-strong arms for eleven or twenty blocks! It's hey for the fellow that does wrong things In the very wrongest place I'm done with the square-jawed hero with the "lean and clean-cut face." Chicago News. Every poro and gland of the skin is employed in tho necessary work of prose.-vinf! its smooth, oven texture, softening uud cleansing it, and rogulat ing the temperature of our bodies. T!iis la done by an evaporation throng'' each tiny outlet, which goos on continually day and night. When tho blooc becomes iafocted with humors and acids a oortalfl percentage of thes impurities also pass off with the natural ovuoonition, and their sour, rier. nature irritat03 and inllamos tho skin, end dries up its natural oils, causinc pimples, boils, phstule3 or some itching rush, or hard, scaly skin ajftotioa. S.S.S. euros ski'.i troubles of every kind by neutralising tho acids an romoving tho humors from the blood. S. S. S. cools the acid-heated eircu latlon. builds it up to it s normal strength and thickness, multiplies i; nutritious, red corpuscles, and enriches it in every v:y. Then the skin. Instead of boing irritated and disoasnd by tho exuding acrid matter, ) nourished, soothod and softened by this cooling, health v stream of blood S.S. S., the greatest of blood purifiers, expels ull foroin .natter and suroly cures Eczema, Acne, Totter, Salt Rheum ad all Other diseases and affections of the skin. It removes pimples, blackheads, and other un sightly blemishes from the skin and assists in restoring i good complexion. Book on Skiu Diseases and any medical advico desirod free t ) all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, OA. With July wheat selling at $1.27 per bushel the Umatilla county farm er may well wear a satisfied look. The fact that the price of wheat still continues high despite the fact that much harvesting has already been done In portions of the United States bears out the prediction that the prices this fall will be the highest in years If not in history. Now the Shah of Persia will have to go to work unless by good chance he has saved up enough money to suffice his needs during the remain der of his life. Andrew Carnegie might endow a home for deposed mon. archs. They are becoming numerous The Hippo traveling with a circus is in luck these days. The flrem.-n are well worthy of their pay. THE SLEEPY SONG. As soon as the fire burns red and low. And the house up-stairs is still, She sings me a queer little sleepy song, Of sheep that go over the hill. The good little sheep run quickly and soft, Their colors are gray and white; They follow their leader nose to tail, For they must be home by night. And one slips over and one comes next And one runs after behind, The gray one's nose at the white one's tall, The top of the hill they find. And when they get to the top of the hill They quietly slip away, But one runs over and one comes next Their colors are white and gray. And over they go and over they go And over the top of the hill. The good little sheep run quick and eoft, And the house up-stairs Is still. And one slips over and one comes next The good little, gray little sheep! I watch how the fire burns red and low, And she says that I fall asleep. Josephine Dodge Daskam. A SILLY DISCRIMINATION. Tn Seattle the proprietor of a pub lic dance hall has( barred enlisted men of the navy from his place because of their uniforms. It was a silly act for the simple reason that the standard of manhood among the men of the navy is higher than that found about the average public dance In a city like Seattle. The enlisted men In the navy are for the most part fine specimen o! physical manhood and their de. From a Man's Point of View. Statistics Of the 1001 young wo men who fainted last year 987 fell into the arms of men, two fell on the floor and one into a water butt. Life. The last one really fainted. Boston Globe. And 98" showed good Judgment. Newburyport News. And two miscalculated. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Golf Widows. New York Press: Action for sep aration lately begun In a Brooklyn court recites for a wife's grievance the fact that her husband is an ac complished golf player. Spencer re marked that a fine game of blllards was the evidence of a misspent life. Proficiency on the links, by the same reasoning, means In the case of a husband the neglect of his home. IF you consider your beet in terest In buying a medicine fori Poor Appetite, Indigestion,! Heartburn. Cramps, Diarrhoea I & Malaria, you will Insist pos-l itlvely on having H OSTETTER' CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTER s The AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits Over One Quarter Million Out of 7000 National Banks in the United States, Less than 1000 appear on roll of honor published by Financier, New York. This bank ranks 365th among all national banks. Only bank in Umatilla County appearing on the roll of honor. Ranks 3rd among all national banks in state of Oregon. Cornelius "The House of Welcome" Cor. Park and Alder Portland, Oregon A hotel where the North western people will find hearty welceme and re ceive courteous treat ment at moderate prices. C. W. Cornelius Proprietor -HOHBACH'S- Deiuiou Horns-Made ICE CREAM AM) SODAS are the boat. Ice cream delivered to any part of the city. PHONE AIN 80. HOTEL PHILIP, Portland, Ore. FOURTH, FIFTH AND IHKXSIDE STREETS. Phon Main 7558. New Management. European Plan. New concrete building, all outside rooma. trie light, bells, phones. Hot and cold water. RATES: 75c PER DAY CP. SPECIAL Steam heat. Free Baths. WEEKLY. Elec- THE PENDLETON DRUG CO. Best GoodsBest Servioe Do you want to BUY or BUILD a home 7 If you do. and if you desire to borrow money to assist you, it will pay you to see FRANK B. CLOPTON & CO. 1 1 2 . Court. St.. Pendleton, Ore. You can repay the loan in monthly installments. Don't buy any more fuel until you have seen The S. B. Oil Burner Being demonstrated at 607 Garden St.. Pendleton. Cheapest and most convenient method of heating known. Can be used in any range or stove. Milne Transfer Phone Main 5 Calls promptly answered for all baggage transfer ring. Piano and Furnture moving and Heavy Truck ing a specialty. $1.00 LOW 11.00 FARES $1.0 Between THE DALLES and PORTLAND Leaving The Dalles at 3 p. in. dally except Sundays and Thursdays; arriving in Portland 9:15 p. m. on fast Steamer BAILEY GATZERT. Str. DALLES CITY leaves The Dalles 7 a. m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Passengers on O. B. A N. Co., trains Xt 3, 6 and 7, can make con nection, as above, dally ex cept Sunday, boat from Portland 7 a. m. W. L. CRICHTON. Agent, The Dalles. a f. Mcdonald, supt Cornfield 2b McBride House Moving and House Raising .. 609 Willow St. Pendleton, Ore. Victor and Columbia Double Discs GET THE BEST AT Dallas may decide to call Itself the fruit city. ..A.JL 7 juy 813 Main St. Pendleton For Breakfast there is nothing more toothsome than one of our steaks. When nicely broiled and served with proper vegetables, they make a meal that even Lucul- lus would welcome. Our meats are selected with every care, and patrons can rest assured that, whether they desire beef, mutton, lamb, veal, pork or sausage, they will get not only the best, but get It fresh, Juicy and of lus cious flavor, because it is kept In our cool, clean, glasg show case. Cenlral Meal Market 10S E. Alta St. 'Phone Main II. Byers' Best i Flour is made from the choicest wheat that grows. Good bread is assured when BYERS' BEST FLOUR is used. Bran, Shorts, Steam Rolled Barley always on hand. Pendleton Roller Mills Pendleton, Oregon Save the Chicks Insect Powders Uce Killers Poultry Conditioners. COLESWORTHY Sells them At the Feed Store 127-129 E. Alta 80 YEARS' EXPERIENCE e:v : trade marki Designs Copyrights Ac. Anyone Rending n. sketch nnd rieierlntlnn ma? n n ill Jeat iirei v for Rpcuriiiff Date ma Put out token tiirniiuh Miinn A ( u. Mcelve qalokly ascertain our opinion free whether an sent free. Ol Invention In DmhnMr onionli.1 tlouaatrtctlrronflelontwil. HANDBOOK on Comnvntaft) AtAIlU MMii notice, without chare. In the Scientific American noklr. T ureal t afr it 1mm null. Terma. IS a fear; fnur nmntlii, L Bolil by all newidaalara. 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