DAILY EAST ORECONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1913.
A GROUP OF EXTRA
In fine fixtures are now being i
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cluded Is a great variety of celling
fixtures and lamps. We wish es
pecially to have you see our fine
dining room domes.
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held Its supremacy In r ne ever
since the Great Euronenn confllet
begun. The names of the elht are:
Keen Shepherd, Simmn, Wood, Itohe,
Ackerman. Mam and ForeHt ail
slafi correspomlentji of the United
You've read . their stuff day by
dav and have noted the human qual
ity in It. Note bow that they are
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real fleh and blood peojile like oth
er reporters you know. That's all
they pretend to be reporters. All
that's claimed for them is that they
are extra good reporters, possessed of
a little extra energy and speed and
not im-llned to forget the viewpoint
of the average reader.
A salient feature of the United
Press system has been Its direct de
pendence on Its men in the field.
Keen in London, simnis In Paris. I
Aekerman in Herlln and the othrrsj
have had very similar instructions.'
ing metropolitan and provinvial
pers accorded them big display.
William Philip Simms began
newspaper work In Cincinnati.
specialized in cable work when he
joined the United Press staff in 1900,
belne assigned to the Paris bureau.
He returned to the United States to
take over the cable desk In the New
York office a few years later and was
reassigned to Paris after nearly a
year in America.
Carl W. Aekerman, a graduate of
the Columbia School of Journalism,
saw service in the New York, Albany,
Philadelphia and Washington bu
reaus. In the last-named bureau,
Aekerman was assigned to the "dip-
I iomatie run" covering the various
ein product, getting his
pi; per experience in Ohio.
of the, oldest members of the United
Presw foreign staff in point of length
of employment, and up until six
months ago was In charge of the
Home bureau. Helng succeeded by
Miss Alice Rohe, Wood traveled ex
tensively in the Balkans and later
was attached to the Paris bureau. He
recently left here for a trip through
Serbia, Greece, P.oumanla and Tur
key, and on June 7th cabled from
Constantinople an interview with En
vir Pasha, Turkey's "man of destiny."
It was Wood who scored the famous
eight hour beat on the news of the
death of Pope Plus.
Wilbur S. Forrest, one of the staff
Hei of the London bureau, was In charge
of the Cleveland bureau of the Unit
ed Press up to the time of his trans
fer early this year, to the other side.
He has had wide general UVted
Press experience in the Milwaukee,'
Chit-ago, Raleigh, Columbus and!
Washington bureaus. Forrest was the
first American newspaperman to
reach Queenstown after the Lusitania
I (Courtesy M-ni!,u's J.mrnal. )
j POP.TLA.VI. tre.-Uvestrk r
' ceipts are ns follows: c.i t 117
: hoes, J24i; sheep. 4J9. Cart, S4
Shipments are announce. I as fnl
J Cattle Sid Iliekerson, Welter. Ida.
j ho; 2 car loiul.t: C. J. Hr.ran. Il.iker.
i 2 carloads; U. Kolsom. I'endl-'ion. I
iloatl: PpTutieton Meat Co.. 1 loud l!en
Colvln. Pilot Jtock. 4 loads: M. liainm
Pilot Hock, 2 loads; M. Yutes, Pilot
Rock, 2 loads; C. U Marr, Pilot
Rock, 1 load; D. Wasson. Ilarristmi K,
1 load; W. Minton. Kugene. I loud:
S. B. Graham, Elgin, 1 loud; C. F.
Keller, Gibbon, 1 load; J. W. Chand
ler, La Grande. ! loads; W. 1!. Hun
ter, Lostine, 1 lond; F. H. Iwis,
North Powder. 2 loads; Fred Metteer,
Condon. 1 load; W. H. Iier.ton, Ter
rebonne, 2 loads; A. Noble, Terrebon
ne, 1 load; Torn Miller. Redmond.
loads; R. Price. Redmond. 1 load; J.
Stewart, Redmond, 1 load; C.. Dick
son, Terrebonne, 2 loads; L, Campbell
Terrebonne. 1 load.
Hugs C. Howell, Roblnette, 1 loud;
D. M. Eby, Redmond, 1 load; V. L.
Shull. Goodnough, Wash., I load; J.
D. Walrers, Trescott, Wash., 1 load;
Nampa Society of Equity, Caldwell.
Idaho, 1 load; Farmers' Society of
Equity, Nampa, 2 loads; W. Craig.
Kmmett, Idaho, 1 load; P. Goodlove.
Weiser, Idaho, 1 load; C. Jackson,
Herrniston, 1 load; J. Bowker, Pay
ette, 1 load; J. Jackson, Richfield, 3
loads; D. Kimball. Dodg. 1 load; D.
RurllnRame, Broadcup. 1 load; W. J,
Rummins, Pomeroy, 1 load; Huntley
Mercantile Co., St Johns, Wash., I
load; Ed Cole, Haynes, 1 load; A. H.
Russell, La Grande, 1 load; Cotton
wood Milling Co., Fenn, 1 load of
sheep; Hughes, Heppner, 2 loads; W.
M. Hunter. Wallowa, 2 loads of cattle
and hops; J. Davis, Shedd. 1 load of
cattle and hogs; Ward Harrington, 1
load cattle and hogs.
SAGE TEA DANDY
TO DARKEN HAIR
ThoV haYP bfpn InM to rtmnrt overt'
development that wniiM in.ores. .h.Moinei he t'nlt,d Pss ln 1912,
average American reader and report
It first. They've done this. Each
has built up news sources in his par
ticular territory with this thought ln
And this explains, in large part,
The East Oregonian told first that
French mobilization had been order
ed; the East Oregonian was six
hours ahead on Germany's declara
tion of war against France; the East
was torpedoed, and his graphic story
gave the American press a splendid
picture of the horrors of that disaster.
embassies and legations. He made a
special study of foreign affairs and
languages fitting himself for a for
eign post. He was transferred to
i I ,!. Anl.' In th ..oar nn n-Whtn !
a few weeks to Berlin.
' Miss Alice Rohe, manager of the
Oregonian was eight hours ahead on I Rome bureau first gained fame by
the death or the pope; the East Ore-! her work for New York papers sev
gonian carried the first uncensored : eral years ago. She was one of the
story of Germany in wartime; thej frs of the modern type of women
East Oregonian was sixteen hours' reporters not just feature writers,
ahead on Austria's declaration against j but general assignment reporters.
Japan; the East Oregonian had the' She had considerable experience In
first Interviews with the German foreign work prior to her assignment
crown prince. Admiral Fisher. Lord as head of the Rome bureau in 1914.
The East Oregonian continues to be the leading paper
published in Oregon east of the Cascades and if you are
not already a subscriber you should take advantage of
this big offer. Also good for renewals.
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Northeliffe, Count Zeppelin, Crown
Princess Cecilie. Hleriot, Cardinal
Gasparri. Uml Beresford. Premier;
Vivlani, Minister Augagneur, the
Crown Prince of Serbia, King Con-i
stantlne, Enver Pasha. Chancellor,
von Jagow and many others. j
Ed. L Keen, general European,
manager of the United Press, is a
seasoned "war correspondent." Hei
saw service in the Philippines with
the American army and in China and I
Japan during the march to Peking i
of the Hilled forces during the Rus-j
so-Japanese war. He was for years
manager of the Washington bureau!
of the United Press, and was ini
charge at various times of several'
other Important bureaus. He became!
general European manager ln ll'12
William G. Shepherd did his first
newspaper work in St. Paul. Later
he became staff corresponded
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tle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound" at any drug store. Mil
lions of bottles of this old, famous
Sage Tea Recipe are sold annually,
says a well known druggist here, be
cause It darkens the hair so. natural
ly and evenly that no one can tell It
has been applied. "
j Those whose hair is turning gray,
j becoming faded, dry, seraggly and
. i thin have a surprise awaiting them.
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iTXERAI, DIRECTOnS. ATTOKXEYS. J MALE HELP WAXTED.
JOHNS BAKER FUNERAL Dl-j KALhY kai-e.i. ai iukmis ai, v a.ntisd PARTT WILL PAT Cash
rector and licensed embalmer. Op-1 law office ln American National j or give trade for Umatilla county
t.osite nostofflce. Funeral parlor, two ""'5. iarm. jzu to per acre. Addr
funeral cars. Calfs responded to day!
or nicht Phone T5. 1 FEE & FEE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
'Box It. Athena. Or
Newspaper Enterprise Association,
J. T. BROWN'S FURNITUER STORE
Funeral director and licensed em
balmer. Most modern funeral par
lor, morgue and funeral cars. Calls re-
. , ' isponded to day or night
l ior tnei . . .,,
Office in Despain building.
CARTER & SMYTHE, ATTORNEYS
at law Office in rear of American
National Bank building.
Main and Water streets. Telephone 63
JAMES B. PERRY, ATORNEY AT
law. Office over Taylor Hardware
PETERSON & BISHOP, ATTOR-
HARTMAN ABSTRACT CO. MAKES neys at law; rooms S and 4, Smith
reliable abstracts of title to all, Crawford building.
TRESSPASS NOTICES, STALLION
season cards and sale bills of every
description printed at reasonable
prices at the East Oregonian Wa
have a fine tot of stock cuts that our
patrons are allowed the free- us of
traveling over the United States -, uxn m slxESS
abroad. He joined the United Tress:
at the time of the Madero revolution 1
In Mexico, entering Mexico city with
M;tiLr,i 1 n.it-In., tl,nA l..t.. l,
i.,.. .t -1 lands in Umatilla county. Buys and
r,m'r h Wi. J. , ' I sells all kinds of real estate. Does, DOUGLAS W. BAILEY, ATTORNEY advertising complete that
turning again to Mexico Cltv at the' a 8neral brokerage busines. Pays; at law. Will practice ln all state, you of having a successful sale
tlmo f th nv..,thr...- f .!,.. .. 1 'taxes and makes investments ior nun-, mm icurrai euuns. noomi (, 1
of the Madero
s-ovnrnmnnf Mia u-rl.t .1, residents.
landing of the American marines at d' Insurance. References, any bank
Vera Cruz was the most brilliant of: ln Tcndlcton
A IfiniT onrtoR nf Clnlnali-n etrtrl..'
hi,. fi..H ,L i-J.L r, IT I C. H. MARSH. Sec.
the outbreak of the
Writes fire, life and acci-
JAMES JOHNS. Pres.
AUCTION SALES THE EAST ORE
gonian makes a specialty of sue-
' tlon sale bills, cards and advertising
We can furnish auctioneer, clerk srd
of the European war. "
Shepherd was recalled from Mexico1 BENTLET A LEFFINGWELL. REAL
fit., nh.i nK......i . fira HfA and accident lnsur-
commission." Ud to date, he has ance agents. 815 Main street Phonei r
been at the front with the German! 404.
army, with the British army, with the
W3EORGE G. COUTTS, ATTORNEY
at-law. Estates settled, wills, deeds,
mortgages and contracts drawn. Col
lections made Room 17, Schmidt
j ENGRAVED CARPS. INVITATIOV-t
wedding announcements, emhiww
private and business tattonery r
Vev latest styles. Call at E "-
untnn offtf an4 !rrio,
ST El WE R, ATTOR-
ney at law. Office In Smith-Crawford
LEGAL BLANKS OF EVERY PE
seription for county court, cln-u't
court. Jnstlre court, real estate, etc..
I frti" anlA mt TTnt nrTnrl;ln offk-e
Austrian army at Prtemysl, at the
Belgian front, with the French ln the
foremost trenches, down through
Italy and Spain, and, more recently,
in Switzerland to cover the north
Italian advance. Shepherd Is the
only representative of an Individual
American press association or organ
ization who has so far been permit
ted to visit the British front. His
human interest and eye-witness stor
ies of the British troops and their
fighting particularly at the battle of
Ypres, where he waa the only Amer
lean observer have aroused the wld
est comment In England, where lead-
SECOND HAND DEALERS.
V. STROBLE, DEALER IN NEW
and second-hand geods. Cash paid
for all second-hand goods bought.
Cheapest place In Pendnleton to buy
household goods. Come and get our
prices. Jl E. Court street Phone
COL. W. F. YOHNKA. AUCTIONEER
makes a specialty of (aimers' stock
and machinery sale. "The man tha
geta you the money" Leave order
at East Oregonlaa offtc
S. A. LOWELL. ATTORNEY AND
counsellor at' law Office in Despain
DRS. WH1TAKER A WOOD. DEN
tlsts. Office hours a. m to t I
m. Mllarkey building. Pendletm
VETK.KINAKY SI M(JKOS
C. W LASSEN M D V O'I NT
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