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About East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current | View Entire Issue (Nov. 28, 1901)
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VALUES OF LAND.
On it i mint? Aurlrultural lamU
nr. xtll!:ik. in IftfSC trart nt from $2
r. ftt i MM Tills sounds fOBa) to
mnt BBOBla. hut to tlios- who apio-H
i.t '..! " mi aus in r.-allty. It i
ngj Wftll IIIkIi alnatloiiK. perhaps.
90 BMW to kill irooerlty for tin- In
borer than any other teutur. of imlu
At first blush It wituM a;iieai to !
In tlM Interest of the man who pro
BOBBI to h.iv hlah land valuation
biit fta a matter of fart It !s the spec
ulator whi. : aps tin- benefit, the man
who does not labor, but who lUos off
his wits and prosiK?rs rrom what
OtlMCl do and produce.
Vw Kast OnpMrfM has often cited
these fa ts. and has advocated UM
land tax theotie of Uentv Qsorts as
holding. tlM " burst approximation ot
Justin to all. of all th.- iJfttMW of
thmiitl'.t thai have BftBB VTOttrsd. This
Is trip today, as In past vears when
this passf was UM only advo. of
tin- tieorice ssti-ni anion all i" st
It i- r:it!i cat i. that a the .rs
pas ruore and more do Ike th'iiklng
men .1' ti.. world turn to his iMd 'ax
system ftl Um b. t yet oftVred. al
thoiiith it is to be admitted that tin
BMjnill wMwi tl.at It is aood In
Hi. i m and not applicable to the ron
i.t. eoadtttftM that strrotind is
Hut it is also true that the Oeoriie
theotui. are flint Inn BftMptMM In va-
. .. - nous in n practical DNMfi
and especially in NH Ze-Man u id
sonn other for'.ln ottntrl they are
aim it fully in foree
The day la not .r '.ittant. wb,
tn. present central zinc tet leoateft
will coniitel fts iipiication every'
where ThlM th- & fre in' r 11' m
ly to be powerful enoUKh to force the
reenactment of the law
It connot bo doubted that If such a''
lion M taken. It will pleaae the
Pacific coast, for In the oast stat.M
the aentlment Is strong tor the law
Indeed. It Is likely that any political
party refusing to pass the bill would
lie roundly handled at the hands of
tin people of this rcalou. For. ro
itardb ss of the merits of the case, the
peoptt west of the Rocky mountain--,u
MtftfMllMd that tin- Chinese must
not entei this country upon n level
with other laborers.
I'mtherinore Minister Wii Tlui;
KaiiK s position lavorlnn exclusion of
inolies and admission of students
. , ill- in , .'.i. ni two nt he; o! th'
rJwr " lasses w ill tend to Imlii" i
POMprtHBtM In a discussion that proM
fld to M$f v." liotly.
Minister Wu's stand Is base.l Upon
1 1 -i I. at i at so far as tin upper
IftMM are nni erneil It would !
pfftjufjlrtftl to the Interests of human
ity W. l. th. to be kept out. While.
lookittl at the question from the Rlnt
of view of the laboi' i. one cannot but
BftftjM to WliW that lie oppose the
admission of Chinese workers in the
ordinal) trades and as MMMSOD labm
.'IS ItetWei II tin llt'i et stOtle of P1MR'
lilnatioiis ot capital, ami the MtlstT
nilllstoiie ni COBIMtltlM b a i lass ot
men who live cheaply, thev are like
I;, to be INNUMi to ptoCftl
RE-ENACT QEARY LAW
Pi mil every section of the Uftitsd
Static tli" press and the people are
laisiiin thtr voices analnst the OPM
Iiik oi . ni- ports to unrestricted Immi
gration ot Chinese. Conjrrrs will not
M allow. d tn dally with the question
It Is hint..! that President Roosevelt
lavots an extension of the (i.-ary act
atn' In- tna.- rftCOBMsMMI It In his mes
saiie Whether he does or not the
lawniakeis Of the nation HMftl look In
to th-- M'lijeei us soon nftei they as
si'lllble fti ppftftlbsS It Is not a matter
in whl ii lay will be irmltted The
interests Involved an tun meat
rmlptJBSHftl Mtil near the end ot
the session may mean defeat for the
tneasui. It I.- a slinpl" iiroposltlon.
one that n N lltth or no debate.
Shall American labor bo tOVOOi !
compete With vellov. coolies" Shall
the mi standard of the I'nlted
St.r. - i i denrmled to the level OI the
orient" These are questions which
hi eOBStftftSMM ot senator should ftftTi
.my dlfllculty In ftftswcriun in the ne
atl. They an questions that affect
dirtctly t In dlfftt 1 1 thousands upon
thousan ds o: Amer!an homes Trans
porUUion i oiiiiianies rail ami wate:
backed by the coal barons of tlM east,
wlin se m the OfelMftft the solution
of their labor problems, backed by
if i eat eniidoyers of labor who bftfM
for larsei llirnre. oft the Cfl lit side of
tlleli ledKers. will ume ina lion
Tlie will plead for ibiay. tor discus
loft for anythltiK that will aid In pW
rvntlftt the extension of the law now
In fore, am! which expires hy llmltn
.inii Matt lift In this tin y will ptoft
i'i y In- ftMftd by a few mlsKuiiled
philanthropists who would open our
loois tu th.- offscoiiiiKs ii the earth
n the hop. or bettering their condl
bad effect on our trade with them
On the contrary ever since the rlrs
exclusion act was tassed In 1HS2 tha'
trade has Increased Ii IN" th'' t"
tal exiwrts and Imports ftHTftffttM
$27 In I MM' the wen $51
TCS.IM, and In 1!""'. II
Whatever bad things may be said Ol
him. the Chinese Is keen at bftTlftlu
Inic. He is Kolna to buy his - I
wherever he ran buy them BHWl
cheaplv: he Is nolng to s.il his pro
ducts In the market where they will
bilni: th. highest price No $$ '
what londltion prevail otherwise. tBN
is the rule under which tin Chinos
work, ami the statement ll bOT OUj
by the statlstienl ftkowlftl pres. Mini!
To rati it !). and this is in August.
MO, Consul tloodnow sin I "Tin
I'lllted States (s second Ofllj tO Offftl
llrltaln In goods sold to Chinese Th
I iiit.il States buys more good- ffOt
China than does any other nation, ftftd
her total trad" with C'linn eP
ami hnpbrtt, equals tbftl ol Oreftl
Britain I nMntai Um United Kin
don), and Is far ahead Of any oth
country." The statement by Mr
Coodnow Is the latest word on th. - I
Iftftt and should be taken as coin lu
sive This is all ftftMt from th- -tltnental
feature of the subj.it II
is aside from the ruin that would
nine o American labor through the
unrali and unequal competition o
Chines.- workmen In even HMH
killed and unskilled Chines. IftbOl
Tile HOrftM talis tO see how ItllV COO
pressman or senatoi ftftvlftl tin In
terests of the whole count!) ftl IMMI
ran fall to record his vote In the ftl
tu mativc oft the proposition to m
tend the tleary act Itakei Clt Hi
.Trnte.1 by )
it, um! I a
r.i ..f fi.i-illicnl
It -Ii lag Mm -.
at-1 MWMM Wsf 1. 1 t t'
mm-r, h" illliy .citii w '
Ma Mg . IK.wo ll-w
In ! iu st. Hitre
nii-ibM b i ;.i.. in-".
Kly's CrftftM I kin
ll- ll.Kl I II'
mm ft eniil m ii" i
t rrjin ii iim . iprssni
orrr Uiw lovui-irsiic a- i - f-1-1- ii iii lue
i.ti-ilut so.1 s i it I i"l oryiiifc,' .!.
I,.1 proiluca ecm.'. Lsrg ..t, M rain SI Df.i(
gitt.urbynu:!; Trial fi.-. PMN ftf
ELY UHO'lUKlts,!. Wari.u bimi.Ntw York.
WIUmm( previous urgiux. bftftot d
the pnij.i t not even mentioned in the
publii prints. N. Berkeley, Jr.. went
among the business men of Pendleton
oil Wednesday and within half a day
secured bankable pledges amounting
to I25 for a Bounty fair. It lllus
trates what the East Oregonlau has
asserted that Pendleton and I) mat!',
la county possess the most enter
prising people on tbe face of the earth.
During IM1 already. $16,000 has
been subscribed for objects of a pule
lie nature. These amounts have been
given by men in business hero and
ronstltnte a heavy draft upon the proi
Its of tlnir yearlv operations Here
is some figuring Pendleton is assefcs
ei at a trifle less than $1,000,000 If
as ser:i probable Mi Herkeley se
cure the $10,000 asked (or. to estab
lish tin- oiinty fair. Pendleton will
have ftjTOB $25 0ihi during the year for
publl- i.iijects. This Is two and one
half pel i nt upon th- assessed val
uation of the entire town It Is to
be doubted that any town on the Pa
cific coast can make such a showing,
and that SMftJH that no town In 'he
Cnlted Sfafes ran do so. for the Pa
clfii coast is the most liberal region
on the globe.
At lowest rates
bast Oregonian Hulldiug,
jOBftt ' 1 In will Introduce a MM
at the- cotalM session of congress pro
vldlng for the continued exclusion
of ''hliies. from the United States.
It is ild that the Massachusetts son-'.
tor is close to President Roosovel'
sufft' iOBtip so to enable one to inf.-r
thai hi 1 !!! has the endorsement of
the chief executive. This is slgnl'l
ant. It is. not often that our presl-
riegl tli i ' i ahead of prosncctivi
isslons in otigresH place them
Tin light of lalsir. thereiore. Is by
no means won Work must be done
pressure brought to bear on each Indl
.'idiial r-icmber of congress, pledges
of speedy action s.-cureit ne of the
prominent converts to the Chinese
immigration Idea. If reort speak tru
ly is l.yman J Cage s.eretary of the
treasury. It Is rumored that in his
annual report Mr (luge will recom
mend ;hat no action looking to the
extension of the Oeary law be taken.
If this be true it will make the fight
of tin- laboring masses that much
harder The . onv.-rslon of Mr Cage
is said (o have been brought about
through the commercial argument
He has been told by agents of the
steamship companies and others that
unrestricted Chinese Immigration will
itreatly MMfftBSt our trade with China.
Into his ears has been dinned the
great advantages to be acquired bv
Ameikan merchants through this
trade The possibilities of a
i-Teat Oriental market have been
spread before him. and so he has. ac
cording to rumor, lost sight of the
vaster interests here at home But
the people -vbo are arguing that Chi
nese immigration will bring about a
greater volume of trade with the ce
lestials who stay at home are either
wilfully deceiving their listeners or
they are inexcusably Ignorant. The
.-illusion of the Chinese has had no
St U.&00 for a Praierlpllan
Th Urgent turn ever pslit for s prascripll
"tii,"l hand i ii Sin Kisnctwo, Aug. 30, Isul. .1 - ..'' 1
The irsiitler lovulm I in coin ill lockl!.', 1 -I '
W fi sad wii psftl ftp ft ptfiy of builu- iinui J ' --1J L-lx
lor siier1 Ac U Urigul'i IHseau) m l ilsbelv.
hlihrrio lni ursblu .IUc
Ther ruii!ni.in.-.l tl.- wrmui iitvefiisatlim nl He IS Well Jlluav.i! witl
the f peel A. Nov I ; They loieiU-e.l , , ,
tsstssfl iMi.ni iftesUeeJ ealMatei "n you w" ue 11 ou
't by putting m' -r Hirw .oii-ii i.ionihf jailiulrv tO
iresiei" ni fiiu wo ning incm 1 ney simi go"
pftsatrlatM t u"'" rhronlr. Incurs! Ii- ...',
past s-tiniiiit'ere-l It with the pftyilnlaQI V '
Judge, rptn .ug. j'i, eighty-neTen pen. ,i
of 'he let' i'SWii sere tilber Wi ll or pKgUfi
Ther ' King bill thirteen per re nl of ffil net,
M pStttM WSfS ISIieSll ajat closed the BBBS)
. i "ii The prerei -ting of I lie liiv...t:gt.lig
eoiiiiiltieo eud tin' ilbilesl repotn. oflhi-lett
. i . I. III. la'l.-.t fl.l Mil M. l(,Allal I MA
gives apaB record as favoring or op-1 oll ,,,,,, A ..,f.k, jM!j Fm,A(M.
mil rtaln rieas t.-s. and i. Is Ilk'-1 Msv (J , naatgeeM tea grim hwo, al-
! hey Know their BusllMM
A home l nver compUtt without children.
Vt ratAV horn. r childless M.ny HBIM
dcwlste'ler the lack ei s child to lovt. Their
tm rt iimlr.. vetd of the high moUvea ol
motherhood, while hsrrenrtest It esuung Incsl
cultbli Mdnen md lorrow. It exlttt in mott
csiei on account of nm little Itssale trouble,
hlch Wine ol Urdul would tpcedlly it njhL
Thai pert wine reeulttet the dl.ordertd lemsle
,.rni hy BSjild n uu the worn out nerves sad
r(t,ulat!n BM mtnttrutl How. It rettoret the
Um womb to lt proper place. By strength,
enln the gcnerttive orjant. It mahei pre.
nancy ponible where berresnett exitU. Yen
can depend on
Sufferta women all over the land have been
Jependlne on It lor teventydlve yeert. No
more convlnclni, proof can be given than the
teitimonv ot Mrt. Benton, who It only one ol
Ihoutandt of women to whom Wine ol tardul
. . , .Mni cure Mtnv ctei o ml. trrlatje tnat trouoie
'mornretr'nopet-have been rve33 ggtS
, m trc tSfced to try Wise of Cerdu. and 1 hcdlerd I llljt OWSI,
,t, connamon medicine Nine out of ten cent ol lemik rouble barren.
n ,' 7rludo yTkitothem All druggl.t. tell $1.00 bottle, of wine ol Cardul.
VaJKlerr.iort. Ark.. April 1, 1S80.
Li.a. - . ..... t ky Krvuling 1 ranawl
Last Ma; I m c.rrl.re. waien w ... 7 , oT--fu,
Btiri hit ft. ten wonit io u pmco.
. . ' ..Alk.e .. Inbn whir
' . VA'T-iT.- . It. Now I am
hwboleaaad h.'o another tn take whleh I got this
.i n.iulMat t mother ami Wine of Csritul will be
t.. became a moio.r MAKY L ,iKNHON.
. irMi rr'.nn itidpwiii . . r... ,
........... Cnmna nt I haitanooes lean
"l n i h.'tuooof Veaiclim
Full I ine of Cooking and Heating Stoves
W. J. CLARKE & CO.
Opera HoilAC filn:k.
our ThanksjiivinR Table
deseryts Um lfst tftblBWBiB ou
can illonl Wht1 you look over
iitir new stock you will be stir
i id to MM ttM rt'allv btautiltii
wan wr .ire Bftlliofl at such tv
markabh Ion priost. Tha diftUMi
set wt- sell ar f 19.00 will adorn
an table lt'- the b'Sl value
CatBltp in bulk, 251 per quart,
A CARLOAD 01 CARPET
,iii o! tin in v .1 anil latest patterns,
especially BslBeMal tur oir Allium
tr.iile, ha- fttrivi "I. anil the noods are
in v. in run stiire read) for the inspei
lion "f PbJI bliyBTI They cotiiprise
tm finBSt inn of wiltons, tapestr',
iiinr.iiii ami lirnsseb ever shown in
Psndlaton, Carpet at 501 to $2 yard
WaUpapar and natltaf at cost. Un
dartakioi fOOdl always on hand.
POULTRY and EGGS
ntaraatioaa Poulirj Pood makes them.
Baal M"a: ivs tbaoi Ha. or
ClftBllhalU make them solid
Mmb kii anis digafttioo,
Try a sample.
C. F. COLESWORTHY,
May, Grain and Peed.
and 12 i Stiei t
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Fo bmbs goad towd nr.. Beeas' R . near, it uok am
t.on u.lr.v ixcellent . ,., uerersf used.
.I' r ; "tf' w., Usvs lbs best Mtsaia
KnlUi Bauer riaed Rys au.l Beanllaas UrUy
W.8. BYERS, Prt)nriBtur.
Daily East Oragonian by Carrier,
paly 1 cents a week.
LEGAL BLANKS Wfite the re
aiftlV( . c 4. gontan for a free cat
alog... of them. A full sUppiy Alwty kcpt m atQck
lliiteolhe ,1 run .
imeiiiKn tntniirr ...1 V1 a
"iiiy whai't rl(t, " f.
When you drink
m a A
iuise headache J
Ak for 11.
OldMas. E. Pa
Old Henry U
I lave i - ttfta
Us ami medicinal
Even liottle guaianictfti
705 Main St.
Tli Onll HIsorroooMf
A Lunch in
I iaahaaaW Chet
w,toiit Potter. sHs.
I ht Louvre
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