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kiaess Kj&tas ana societies
IESSI0N8 AND TRADE8. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED.
to to 12 m.;
nltvbont red Jf.
rt p. DKSPA1N IJI.OCK.
i Wf7 "Y red henrlnR.
Bit ,,ftr, rerrnctlTe
R; Main 1131.
I,,.. -officrTovbu" thh
GSM D.. 'WEE
t&'" omce. black 78;,
rrrRRT physician and
K,?, rwro 20. J."'?'1 building.
royal Nniannons op ambbica
Wlldwood Camp, No. 2333, meets aecond
ad fourth Tuesday or each month In Odd
lira. Nettle Robblna, Recorder.
UMATILLA TKNT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
Meets In Secret Society Hall, second
and fonrth Tuesdays In each month. All
visiting Sir Knights cordially Invited. J.
8. Kees, Record Keeper; E. D. Eetabrook,
TENDLETON LODGE, NO. 62. A. F. AND
A. M. meets first and third Mondays of
eaco moutn. visiting Dretnren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. M. ! Joe B. Parkes, 8ec.
.. nnilM 17 ASSOCIA.
1I1I1IU tOX , . co"
ovHltl(B eve. ear. rose
Rfflff'Ya Savings Hank bulld-
i block west
lr ni.AKKHI.r.K. UllKUJIli;
7Uott IVnrtleton, Cor. water
SlAN'. DKNTI8T. OFFICE IN
Tlione rea ii.
DKNTIST, OFFICII IN AS-
over Hcumuit s new arug
ICTS AND BUILDER8.
P, AI1CIIITF.CT AND 8U-
it, makes complete ana re'is-
oulldlnsa in 'lie citv or conu-
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
Taylor, u. r., F. F. Wamsley. secretary.
Meets first and fourth Friday of each
month in Masonic Hall.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
Pythias. L. W. Held, C. C. : R. W.
Fletcher, K. of R. and 8. Meets every
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutnllla Camp, No. 0390. Meets first
and third Mondaya of each month at Odd
Fellows' Hall, George A. Hamblln, Con
sul: G. A. Robblna, Clerk.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD REGULAR
meetings of Pendleton Camp, No. 41, W.
of W. are held In Secret Society Hall
every Saturday evening. Visiting neigh
bors are always welcome. J. P. Walker.
uieric; a. j. uwen, u. u.
f 4 Ti ii . ... , i I
IIAILEY A LOWELL, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
omce In Despaln Illock.
BALLERAY 4 McCOURT, LAWYERS, Asso
CARTER AND HALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Havings Bank Building.
nENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association mock, Pendleton, Oregon.
N. BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
Office In Association Block.
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rm.n. contractors and 1
IMtmiitw turnlsh?d on short i -i
wmk n specialty. Prompt I
tip on Illuff street near Main.
I-CONTRACTOR AND BUILD-1 JAMES A. FEE. LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
o.ilft. furnished on all kinds Building.
irraient walks, Btone walls, etc.
I at Knst Oregonlan ofllce. STILLMAN AND PIERCE. ATTORNEYB
at Law. Mr. Btlllman has been ndmltt-
1 ed to practice In United States patent of
' flees and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
, Rooms, in. 11. 12. and 13 Association
lONAIi HANK OF ATnENA. 1 Block.
S AND BROKERS.
VERT FOND OF HIMSELF.
"He la a self-mads man."
"And he worships his maker."
ABQR FE DEB AT IS
HISTORY OF GROWTH
AND SPREAD OF MOVEMENT.
A Laborer Who Struck In Early
Times Was Branded and Became a
Slave for Life Ears Cut Off for
Capital, f. 10.000; surplus nnd
interest on time uenosits.
i;n nid l.tni"Htlc e i
tit y .nipiidcil to. Henry I
LIVERY AND FEED STABLES.
THE OLD SEMPLE FEED YARD, 723
Cottonwood street, Lindsay 4 Doty
props. Livery, feed and sale stable. Sad
dle horses at all times. Horses for sals.
'Phone Red 41.
fcwMent. T. J Kirk.
Harnett, cashier, r. R. Le
linilS' HANK OF WESTON,
hresou Does n ceneral uauK
DxcliailEC bought and SOld. I n.r ,,raiv nn i nn 1 wn oir r
promptly, attended .to, . It. hV" i, T,rn" n S nr. for
isiaent: ueorge rroepste , "atrci "Wo f.r J
J. It. Kllgore, cashier: dl- m""u"-
) iraw J F KllBOre " Robert ' COMMERCIAL STABLES. G. W. FROOME
V i?oVb?tel Kllgore' Ilobert Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
lc kinds of turnouts. Competent drivers. Op-
llH'OX SA VINOS HANK PEN 'poslte Hotel Pendleton. 'Phone Main 181.
rei;nii. Organized Slarch 1. 1
$..0.(100 : sum us goo.uno : .
aril on unie depuslts. Ex
and s.ild on ull iirlncipnl .
OP.EQON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
I'rop. Special care given to horses left
with nfet Lower Webb street. "Phone
'al attention given to !. Red 204
T M '
r'cp that labor organizations arc ille
gal and unjust. But they are no more
illegal than any other organization or
corporation. A union Is formed for
the protection of its own interests
and so Is any corporation. The United
States Is but a great union with Pres
ident Roosevelt at Its head and as
long as the reins of government are
In the hands of the rough-rider the la
bor unions of the United States need
have no fear.
The great trust magnates are be
ginning to see their mistake and are
gaining a little notoriety by their
compulsory acts of charity.
The next great politician In the
democratic party to be looked up to
Is Tom L.. Johnson. He Is reading
C. II. H.
Vanderbllt's "Auto" Trip.
New York, Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred G. Vanderbllt, Reginald Van
derbilt and Ills fiancee, Miss Cathloen
Neilson, left Hempstead 1,. I. today
for an extensive automobile, trip
Washington, Richmond and several
other cities of the South will be visit
J. rurnliu, president
Rldent: T. J.. Morris, cashlei
hO.VAL HANK OF PENDLE-
$70,000: surnlns. JD5.000.
rimernl banking business. Ex-
(leirropulc trnnsreia sold on
Francisco. New York and
RU In the Northwest. Drafts
pg, Japan nnd Europe. Makes
rcasonnme terms, i.evi An-
. F. Mntloek. vlee-nreal-
4e, cashier ; II. F. Johnion, as-
iS. LEADING PnOTOGRA
pe city. Ilnrvest views, in-
r iale. Fin shine done for
iita St, near bridge. 'Phone
CMIUT RTItnET. LA
ntrlclans, dealers In elec-
limits, stores, wired for
. wt rtr tptenhnnpa. Rlee-
ftWWtjg Get our prices.
PE UHO BUSINE8S.
mh m. in ",uvl IBWU UlllLC
pa as flllnjr of claims an Inl-
UiIlB- v- R. LAND COM-
,uK"W and collections.
1 'wia& room lfi.
BOARD AND LODGUNQ.
THE WniTE LODGING HOUSE, 801
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms.
Qood comfortable rooms and clean, welt
cept beds. Lodging 25 cents.
BMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Johnson streets; goods
large, clean rooms with comfortable beds.
Rates 25c and 00c a night Thos. Smart,
flOTEL ALTA, CORNER ALTA AND
,MI1I streets. Board by the day or week.
Good table set. Rates 4 and S5 per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard la connection. L.
BOOT AND vHOE REPAIRING.
L. OREENAWALD, THE OLD RELIABLE
Shoemaker. First class repairing with best
materials. Shop In rear ol Dlndlnger, Wilson
JOHN WILSON, FIRST CLASS 8HOE
maker and repairer. Beat material used
and good work done. Shop 117 Alta
w the service of the public,
aaa .1.. a ...
fw. . . - J'eixay, props.
la lfi W J'lT"-' 8tahIe or
. i.uC iiairv will (.ail
DEALER IN SECOND
If In... i " . ' .. .
wt In town. .114 w.M. o
Lh' HI'OKANH. WAHIt:
wpplta T,!!'; 8econd-hnd
- ""'". rellnln.F repairing.
FOR RENT F0RNI8IIED HOCSEKKKPINO
rooms and alngle rooms. 719 College street,
opposite court house. Mrs. Alice Smith, Prop.
MEDICAL JOURNAL DESIRES A HEPRE
senatlve In thla locality, permanent em
ployment, salary and commission. Address
E. T , O. lot E. 71 New York City.
WANTED NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
housekeeping Apply at this office.
PENDLETON MACHINE SHOP AND FOUN
dry, BaltezoreA Howe, proprietors. Black,
smithing and general Jobbing. Iron and brass
castings; Air kinds of machinery repairs.
Phone Red 28, .
KELLAR BROTHERS, PLASTERING
and cementing. Cement walks a spe
cialty. Estimates furnished free. Wo
guaranteed. Leave orders at Badley ai
Zahner's cigar store. Main St., P. O. bi
OLD NEWSPAPERS TO PUT UNDER
carpets, on shelves, walls, or for wrap
ping purposes. Old .newspapers In Urge
bundles of 100 each at 25 cenU bund's
at the EAST ORBGONIAN ofHoe, Pendle
Orlsrliml nnd Oulr fScnuluc,
10,01111 lullmgnUU. Udlu.uk Uru(UI
ItKU ud tiuW inciiilo ki1 wim
bloa ilbUm. Take ni other. lUru.o
lirugUi. or .! 4 cviiU iu 'aiul fr I rr
for 1....I1.6, If return Mall. Bull bj
llruul.u. ilhlrliutcr t'lif mlcal t.
JIu.llwn Kuunr.-. 1'IIII.A., I A
Dally East Oregonlan by
only 15 cenU a week.
The labor union movement originat
ed in England, during the reign of
King Edward VI.
A vigorous contest early arose be-
twfn Gmnlnvers nnrl pmrilnvprl ' thp
former relying on coercive measures, 1 ,l"f, B;h"s ol
the latter forced lntn voluntary com- ""'" inciu.
blnations. In fact It was the combina
tion of masters which led to the com
bination of workmen. The act passed
under King Edward was that any one
who refused to work at statute prices
was adjudged a vagabond and brand
ed with the letter "V." If he had the
hardihood to escape by flight he was
branded with the letter "S" and be
came a slave for life ;lf he still re
sisted his fate he was hanged. And,
furthermore, artisans and laborers
convicted for the thiru time of hav
ing joined "confederacies" determin
ing what labor they would or would
not do, had ti..r eats cut off.
Industrial Despotism Routed.
By this combined resistance politi
cal and Industrial despotism has been
routed and the area of freedom ex
tended and the hours of labor have
been reduced In some cases one-alt.
It Is an established historical fact,
that where unionism lias been weak
wages have been low.
As a matter of fact since that time
the laborer with more hours of leisure
have reached a higher standard of
comfort and rose In importance and
worth as citizens until today they
have a broadened vision and keener
Intellect and have rose above the re
strictions of single trade "confeiiera
cies" to the more comprehensive Idea
of the general trade federation.
On August 20, 1SG0. the year fol
lowing the close of our late civil wr,
delegates from GO labor unions met In
Baltimore and founded a permanent
national organization known as the
"National Labor Union. Subsequent
conventions were held in different
places uutii 1872, when they met In
Columbus, Ohio, and made a great
mistake by nominating a presidential
ticket. The great financial crisis of
1873 followed and the resources of
the unions were drained and suspen
sion decreased tlielr members.
At length the old spirit revived and
on November 15, 1881, they met at
Pittsburg, Pa., and did not separate
unui tney nan established tne r euer
atlon of Organized Trades aud Labor
Unions of the United States and Ca
nada. The Last Convention,
Subsequent conventions followed
until December 5, r901, when they
met at Scranton, Pt., with 310 dele
gates present representing 250 organ
izations. Nine hundred and sixteen
charters were Issued by the American
Federation of Labor and 3140 by the
affiliated national and Inter-natlonal
organizations and a gain In member
ship of 305,410 reported. A few sero
Intlons were adopted, among them
Chinese exclusion was demanded and
means for better organization were
provided; renewed efforts to abolish
child labor In the South directed andj
ether resolutions too numerous toi
mention were adopted.
The object and aim of the Ameri
can Federation of Labor is to render
employment and the means of sub
sistence less precarious by securing
to the workers an equitable share
the fruits of their labor.
Union Not Illegal.
The mine operators are making the
VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel in Pendleton
and as good as any.
Headquarters for Traveling Men.
Commodious Sample Rooms.
Rates $2 & $250
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt DininRroom Service.
Every Modern Convenience.
Bar and billiard room in connection
ahd UNION PACIHC
Only Three Blocks from Depot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Corner Court and Johnson Streets.
nsrAKT Tlmo sclmliile auits
ros From I'eiutlotou rsoM
Chlrsiro- Suit I-skp, DtnTsr, ft.
IVrtUnd Worth, Omha. Ksn-
Bpeclsl Cltr, -"t- Louis, 8s.ss.
ivX p. m. Chlciso snd Esst.
ington. Atlsntlo Blt LhVs Dsnrer, Ft.
Express Worth. Omshs, Kan-
SM.U. m. iu CUT. 8t. Louts, 11:10 p. Bs
Tlsllunt- Chicago snd East.
HL Pul Walls WtlU.LawUton,
FutMa.il Spossne, Ws.lla.ce,
8-tVsTm i Pullmsn. Mlnnsspo- ,..
Spoksns, ( Jn'if' Ch,c,,0
Ocean and River Schedule.
Alt sailing dstes sub
8 W p. m. For Pninc1,ro i 0 p. m.
Ball f very 5 Uayi.
ISn.V Columbia River 4S0.
SMOp m. To Astoria md War Sundsi
10.-00 p. in.
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bandar,
(stage ot watcr.perroltttng) tor Wlllamstts a
Yamhill Rver points.
HI pari a
4 9)5 a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlston
F. T WAM8LEV, Agent, rendlstoa.
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Ainoi lciiii I'liui, rates 1. 'J." toSf'J.OO
Kiii'oiioaii I'liui, fiOo. 7Bo,
."iw c'lul ruttiM liy W(uk nr mciiitli.
Free 'bus meets all trains
Commercial trade solicited
Fine sample rooms
Special Attention Given Country Trade
are greatly enhanced by finely
laundried linens. We can add
to the sum of domestic hap
piness in this respect. Can't
be beat at laundry work. Do
up your shirts and collars in
Ai style. And you'll then
have a "bosom friend" that'll
give you comfort and pleasure.
Special attention to collars
and cuffs. Finest work. Low
est prices. Satisfactory service
THE DOMESTIC LAUNDRY
I F. Boblnson, Prop. Pendleton.
One of the most comfort
able homes in Pendleton,
Electric lights, nice lawn
and shade trees, stable
for two horses
half section of fine wheat
land, all in summer-fallow,
north of Pendleton.
Almost a section of land in
one body, a short dis
tance north of town.
-' FRANK B. CLOPTON
800 MAIN STREET
CORNER MAIN AND WEBB STS.
GEO. DAflVEAU, Prop.
Block and a half from depot.
Sample room In connection.
50c, 75o, $1,00
American Man. 11 Der dav aud uuward.
Headquarters for tourists and 'commercial trav
elers fioeclal rates made to families and alncle
gentlemen. The management will be pleated
at all times to show rooms and give prices. A
luoderu Turkish batli establishment In the hotel.
11. C. IIUWKKB, Manager.
Babbitt Metal, belt In the world, In
ban. Price $1 per bar, at tho East
Pullman Sleeping Girs.
Elegant Dining Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
TO GRAND FORKB
THROUGH TICKETS TO
aud all points East and South
rhrongh tickets to Japan and China, Tls
Tacoma and Northern I'aclflc BtaamahlD Oo.
and American line.
Trains leare l'endleton dallr except Bundaa
at 70 p.m. i
For farther Information, time cards, snaps
and tickets, call on or write W. Adams, fan
dleton, Oregon, or A. D. OHAULf OH,
rnira ana Morrison his., roruana, tm.
Chicago, St. Paul, St. Louis, Kan
bah city, at. joe, uruaua, ami
All Points East and South
Portland and points
on the Sound
Leare fendleton. dallr except Bundars at
Arrive Pendleton Mondar, Wednesday aa4
Arrlire l'endleton Tuosdar. Thorsdar aa4
tare Walla Walla dallr, east bound, pm,
Arrl? a Walla WaJla daily, west hound, S00 ass.
For Inforuiatlon rrsardlns rates and aoooas.
modatloni, call oti or addrsas
8, B. CALOSUIIEAD.O. P. A.,
nana nana, nasn,
8TURDIVANT BROS., Props.
Btase leares Pendleton dallr. except Bandars.
at 7 a. m.,ior Uklah and Intermediate points.
Bate I To Pilot Kock, 76 Pilot Beck sad r
lurn. ll.t6:ToNjc. Il.'tf. Nra and return. Mi
To nidge, II 76 to Itldae and return, ri. to j Ta
Alba. 12.2ft! to Alba aud return. 11.001 To Uklah
ti.U); to Uklah and return, I.W,
Office In Qolden Rule Hotel, PendletM
Mormon PlShopa' PIUS Uil la or N tf lllud.r. ol lf4 Uotsms
CWcb aud uir IJlwcrJ u.iurcTjr cura UU wotil tut fa o!4 Sa4 yuut'ir siUIn s.tq aaacu
bf s4tfatau, dlMlfsilM, tictttei, at clsucuamokUtf, Oures Lost Mantoa4i Irrt
nm.nntf. Iibt PnwAr. N lrrhtLnaa. BnarmQlorrhoon In&ornnld, Valns
aca;Ell Pecles, sntnal fcrfilsslons. lsns Muo4. lfM pr
t, Heuduche.Uofllness to Mnrrjr, Loss of tevAl "1 WAni sJa-V
fcicllinrTiJ.r "rt Sf.:lSSi. a m Ull Wl. tlVSM kasssll.uaUMkrt
agvu. WiruUles lha Ixila awl terra ccr.ura. w a Ui, fc U v T w". ' "" A wiltu ruw. 2,"'
w mmtfutjujMt, via. t Uu. Cucuiut Ut. Address, Hlshoo named Co., Sun Pranclsoo, Cel.
SOLD BY TALLMAN & CO., DRUGGISTS, PENDLETON, OREGON.