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THE nODERN DRUQaiSTS
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1902.
The mimic war Is now on in
earnest The casualltles will not
amount to nearly bo much as the cost
iow mat tne coronation cere
monies are over a great deal of the
"scare head" newspaper material has
collapsed, but old reliable Mont Peleo
the newspapers' friend, is again in
The contemplated visit of King Ed
ward to America will be watched
1 with interest. It has been suggested
, that, a king has never crossed the At
lantic while occupying tho throne,
and that It has b&en considered as
against an unwritten law In such
cases. It could do no material harm
for Edward to come, but might do
him a great deal of good.
The highwaymen are still operat
ing at Pasco. It Is high time that
some of these thugs were taught a
lesson in keeping with tho necessity
for it; or that will convince. Fire
was an effective way of fighting fire
in early days on the plains, and a
practical use of the gun on these
thugs along the same lines that they
uae them when their victims resist
might prove an effective means of
deterring them. A dead outlaw is
getting to be about the best specimen
of an outlaw that there Is nowadays.
him to all sorts of places and subjects
him to ull phases of life. To perform
the servleo ono must necessarily rub
up against tho world In its most
, shady places. It is probable that
the adopting of girl servleo in this
i lino will be one of the most direful
things to the race that has over hap
I pened. They talk about women pain-
ters and child labor in the factories.
In the one caso the women, who are
painters, are old enough to protect
themselves, and in the factories the
young girls working there are usually
protected by parents or older em
ployes, but -in the caso of the mes
senger girl she must go day and night
into the most exposed places under
the face of the sun for young girls.
The philanthropist hero has an op
portunlty for work.
and this is a factor In tho controversy
tho trustees are considering.
In Montana, whero co-education is
the rule in all of tho colleges, the out
come of tho controversy will bo
watched with particular Interest.
RAPID GROWTH OF TRUSTS.
It is said that prior to 1887 tho to
tal capitalization of all tho Industrial
corporations having more than $1,'
noo.000 capital each was ?170,000.0'
Between then nnd 18S6 86 new com
pnnles wcro formed with a total capl
tallzation of $1,141,000,000, or an av
erage of ?1G,o00,000 each, and In the
years 1S9S, 1809 nnd 1900 119 such
companies, with a total capitalization
of J3.7S4.000.000, or an averago of
$3C,000,000 each. "Tho capitalization
of the last three years is more than
two and one-half times that of tho 11
At tho present day there Is n con
tinuation of this remarkablo expan
Eighteen vessels have been driven
ashore by a gale off the coast of
Africa. Five of them were dashed to
pieces and many lives wero lost. Tho
gale struck tho vessels near Port
Mark Twain has written an article
about Denver excluding Huckleberry
Finn from the public library of that
city. The great humorist shows that
after 17 years the book has stood the
test or all of the libraries of the
world, excepting one, prior to the
Denver action and lays the charge at
General Funston's door for the exclu
sion at Denver. Mark is so much
greater than tho little volcanic gen
eral that one word from him would
Itill all of the notoriety that the little
braggadocio will make in a life-time.
If Funston had not been shut off at
the, time It was done the cheap little
hero might nave Imagined after
awhile that ho was really a great
The mine operators have scored
another victory. The collieries are
now under full headway and tho
miners are doggedly looking on.
Trouble is expected, but there could
bo but one result. The men would
bo shot down like dogs and tho wheels
of the machinery would still turn.
The working man's day has apparent
ly not yet come, but in the course of
time ho will win. Humanity and
Justlco must eventually win in this
country, or it will ccaso to bo tho
boasted free country thaUit is. But
laborers must cleanse themselves of
a certain element before they win,
The fanatic and agitator must be cut
out When thorough Intelligence,
cool and unbiased, rules then the
right must win, and right is undoubt
edly on tho side of tho man who tolls.
The girls finally won out in Chi
cago. The messenger boys went on
a strike and they wero replaced with
girls. Tho boys assaulted them on
tho streets but the girls held their
positions and performed as good ser
vice as tho boys had performed. Now
the boys have surrendered and tho
various companies havo announced
that they will retain tho girls, but
Nthat they will take back such of tho
boys as tlioy can provide positions
for 'from time to time. Tho services
of n messenger in the cities carries
Yesterday was regarded as the
greatest labor day in the annals of
history. It is proper that it should
have been, but for the storm that is
raging In Pennsylvania. Outside of
the great coal strike prosperity and
harmony, practically, reign through
out the country. Barring this unfor
tunate affair tho laboring people
throughout the country are In better
condition than they have been for
many years. Tho unions, are getting
under a more Intelligent organization,
and one that must ultimately win for
them anything reasonable that they
demand. It was well that yesterday
should have been so universally ob
served. The labor class Is at last
getting on the proper basis. It sup
ports the world, the government, the
people, everything, and it should take
its place socially, politically and in
every other way that Its Importance
demands. The brain of labor Is being
better drilled than ever before, and
those who do not see for it a great
future will one of these days be great
BY THE USE OP
SEGREGATING THE SEXES.
Tho contest that is waging at the
University of Chicago between Presi
dent Harper on ono side, and the
alumni association on the other, on
the question of the separation of men
and women in tho first two years
courses at the institution, is attract
ing much atention from educators all
over the country. A number of years
ago, when a few colleges started the
same outcry, but from reports tho ex
periment waa a success, and gradually-
otlwr colleges followed, and It had
come to be looked upon by tho public
generally as an established thing. It
Is true some of tho higher colleges
did not follow the examples set, some
establishing special colleges for wo
men, but enough did tako up the new
departure to put it beyond being
called a novelty.
But a change appears to bo coming
President Harper, of tho University
of Chicago, is tho first head of a great
institution of learning to call a halt,
and ho proposes to segregate tho
sexes at least during the first two
years In the university.
President Harper has on his side
the- university senato, tho executive
board of tho university, but there Is
another bo'dy, which has. to do with
the college, that is not unanimous tor
the change. This Is tho board of
trustees. When the subject was first
broached to the trustees, backed up
by the arguments of President Har
per and tho university senate, it was
thought It would soon be decided.
But tho opponents of tho chango have
mado a strenuous iisht, and they
havo won to their side some of the
trustees. These latter say tho co
education plan has met with such
success that they he3ltato to heed the
recommendations of tho president of
the university. They are also con
fronted by tho fact that tho fathers
and mothors of many of tho girls who
are students at tho school, or who
contemplate sending their children.
Insist that their daughters shall have
the same opportunities as tho. boys.
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Co., Arlc., writes: "After five months of
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work done promptly and sat- ro
B. F. BECK,
732 Cottonwood St.
Final Clean-ap Sale
This week will end our CLEARANCE SALE and wc hope
by Saturday night to clean up everything in the lines
of Summer Goods.
Percale Waists, good quality, 26o.
Percale Waists, 60c grade, good run o sizes, 36c.
Percale Waists, 7fio grade, 60c.
All other grades nt same reductions.
Silk Waists until Saturday night, 3.75 and 2.76.
These Silk Waists are new goods, put in to tone up tho display.
AH sizes Gingham and Percale Drawes, regular 76o, now 50o.
All sizes regular DOe and $1 00 Dreasw, now 75e.
All sizes regulnr $1.25 nnd $ 1.36 Dresses, now $1.00.
All others same reduotlons to close them out
SUMMER GOODS AT HALF PRICE
All Lawns, Dimities, Foulards aud Batistes will be closed out at half
the regular price.
Jap Silk, all colore, 25c per yard.
Lyon Dye Silk, sold elsowhere nt fiOo yd, our price -15c per yard.
Calico, all colors, for tho week, 4c per yard. 1
New fall stock is coming in every day and our lines are larger, values
better and prices lower than over before. Come and see us nt onco and
get a few of tho CLEARANCE SALE BARGAINS, and also some of
the new goods at Bargain Prices.
OUR GUARANTEE: Monoy baok if goods are not satisfactory.
The Place to Save Money
All kinds for all purposes.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Planing of all descriptions done
Don't place your order for
b 1-iuii.uui uiiiu uu nave
Pendleton Planing Mill
ROBERT rORSTER, Proprietor
OILS, AXLE GREASE
AND COMPOUND . .
I have a full Hue of oils, axle grease and com
pound of the highest quality, in quantities to
suit the buyer. Examine my stock before
Taylor, the Hardware Man
741 Main Street
We are prepared to do your work
and ask you to call on us.
Charges will be right.
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make things bettor than we And them.
Call and reo that WInoua, Wagon of ours.
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Water St, near Ualn, Pendleton, Ore.
September 15th to 20th
You are invited to attend
and see the greatest indus
trial exposition and livestock
show ever held on the Pacific
Coast. Good racing every
afternoon. Camp ground
free. Come and bring your
families. For any informa
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