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VAN DRAN BROS., Props.
The Best Hotel In Pendleton
and good at any.
FES3I0N3 AND TRADES. ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED,
nFFICE IN JtJDD
: " a tn t9 l a,
LbrV D. dbspain nr-ocK.
fats eye trouble, catar-
ra i nd mpairen nearing.
I".- for refractive er-
r.iTn. OFFICE OVER TIIE
trTnM D., nOMBOPATHIC
P.,Dhiii: Office, black 73;
ErTnousR. rnrsiciAN and
PoBtl Wn5 20, Judd bulldlnp:.
(HOiMV-.v , r
TrtAf IT ARRHPTA.
i pT,iiione. -main 031 ; resist-
pnmee In Saving nank build-
, alia 831.
j. VKYB. nSTEOPATniC
fur (Ml ir and Ncrvons Disease
Office ooe block west ot FoetfBce.
a niiAKBSLKB, cnnoNic
rllsMnea and diseases of
n Hotel Pndleton, Cor. water
Sts., Pendleton, Ore. "Phone
miAb neighbors of America
Uldwood Camp, No. 233S. meeta second
ad fourth Tuesday of each month In Odd
reuowa nan. airs. iaa nolcomb, Oracle
Mra. Nettle Ilobblna, Recorder.
UMATILLA TENT, NO. 27, K. O. T. M.
aieci in secret society Hall, aecond
and fourth Tuesday In each month. All
Tllttng8lr Knight cordially Inrlted. 3.
S. Kees, Record Keeper; B. D. Estabrook,
PENDLETON LODGE, NO. 82, A. P, AND
A. M meeta flrat and third Monday ot
racu inuum. inning oretnren welcome.
T. J. Tweedy, W. II. ; Joe n. Parkea, Bee.
PENDLETON CHAPTER, NO. 28 T. C.
layior. u. r., r. v. wamsley, aecretary,
xieeta flrat and fourth Friday of each
montn in Maaonlc nail,
krOHAK, DENTIST. OFFICE IN
nlldtcg. mone reu n.
SS. DEXTIBT. OFFICE IN AS-
hlnck. over Schmidt's new drug
bant ltd 271.
lANKS AND BROKERS.
DAMON LODGE. NO. 4. KNIGHTS OF
rytnias. u w. Held, C. C; It. W.
Fletcher, K. of It. and 8. Meeta every
Monday In Secret Society Hall.
MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA.
Tutullla Camp. No. 0399. Meeta flrat
and third Mondays ot each month at Odd
fellow' wan. tJcoree A. Uamblln. Con.
ul; O. A Robbing, 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
bor are alwaya welcome. J, P. Walker,
Clerk ; A. J. Owen, C. C.
JAMES A. FEE, LAW OFFICE IN JUDD
IIAILEY & LOWELL. ATTOBNEYS-AT.LAW
Office In Dcspaln Block.
BALLERAY A UcCOURT, LAWYERS, Asso
- CARTER AND RALEY, ATTORNEYS AT
Law. Office In Savings Dank Building.
viTinVAT, RANK OF ATHENA
-j'6K)0. Interest on tine deposits.
ns pp"tty nt'iil-.1 to Henry
, president: i. J. n-ir. tiwi. v BERKELEY, ATTORNEY
L. Itnrnett. cashier, F. 8. Lei nn i. a..Ai.,i m.t
bslstunr ennler. 1
HENRY J. BEAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Association Block, Pendleton, Oregon.
FARMKItK' HANK OF WESTON,
Orepon, Docs a xenerai unns
llness. Exchange bought and aom.
Ions promptly nttenaea to. it.
nresldent: ueorge w. i-roeustei.
eldent ; J R. Kllgore, cashier : dl-
a. A Ilartman, M. si. jonns. i:
, G. D. Oraw, J. r. Kllgore, Robert
. G. W Proebatel.
IfESDLLTON SAVINGS BANK PKN
Oregon. urcanlcM siarcn l.
capital f.lO.noO; Riirplue $90,000 !i
niloArn on lime ncposica. i.x 1
bongh1 and Nolil 'jn nil iirlncipal i
r net-'.il nttfiitiun given to col
W J Furnish, president: J. N.
wle-nrflldent : T. J. Moril. cashlei. .
aaioney, etstetant cashier. I
E. D. BOYD, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 111
I.. B. REEDER, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
8TILLMAN AND PIERCE, ATTORNEYS
at Law. Mr. Sttllman has been admitt
ed to practice In United States patent of
fices and makes a specialty of Patent Law.
Rooms, 10, 11, 12, and 18 Association
TYPEWRITERS AND SUPPLIES.
F. 8. MERRILL, SPOKANE, WASH.
Agent New Densmore. Second-hand
typewriters, supplies, rellnlng, repairing.
LIVERY AND FEED 8TABLE8.
NATIONAL BANK OF PENDLE
Capltal $70,000: Biimlus. $93,000.
acts a general banking business. El
and telegraphic transfers sola on -
Han Francisco. New York and THE OuD HISMI'm
a! points In the Northwest. Drafts Cottonwood street.
FEED YARD, 723
LIndaav k Dot?
on China, Japan and Europe. Makes nroD. Livery, feed and sale stable. Bad-
lions nn reasonable terms. Levi An-1 die horses at all tlmea. Horses for sal.
president: W. F. Matlock, vlce-preal- 'Phone Red 41.
. R Wide, cashier: II. F. Johnson, as-1 . .
leaahler TOE CITY LIVERY BOARD AND BALE
' i Stable. M. J. earner, rtronrletor. for
ICHITECTS AND BUILDERS. fine turnouts. Btable 118 Alta street
.- "CS Jt jr
I tl INIS
"Wu ha grateful when you lent him the fire dollHrH
"He said h could never repay me."
PRESIDENT MITCHELL'S RE
PORT TO ARBITRATORS.
Hours and Increase
-Child Labor In the
A Reduction of
In Pay Asked
Hazeltou, Pa., Nov. 10. The sta'e
ment of the anthracite mine workers'
case, which was filed with the strike
commission Is as follows:
"To the Anthracite Coal Strike
Commission: The mineworkers make
of the operators these demands, which
were formulated by the Shamokin
convention, heid March 19-24, and for
the enforcement of which the strike
"First An increase of 20 per cent
upon the prices paid during the year
1901 to employes performing contract
or piece work. This demand Is made
on account of the following reasons:
1. The present rate of wages Is
state government of organized trade
and production generally is toward
"14. A working day of eight hours
is sufficiently long for the best Inter
ests of the worklngmen and of the
Weighing the Coal,
"Third The adoption of a system
by which coal shall be weighed and
paid for by weight wherever practica
ble; the minimum rate per ton to be
CO cents for a legal ton of 2240
pounds; the differentials now existing
at the various mines to be maintain
ed. "Tills demand Is made on account
of the following reasons:
"1. Measurement by the legal ton
wherever practicable is the only hon
est and Just system of measuring the
earnings of mine workers.
"2. When the operators sell or
transport coal on the basis of a legal
ton of 2240 pounds.
"3. The excessive ton was originally
intended to compensate the operators
for the weight of small sizes of coal
which were then discarded, but which
are now utilized and sold, and, thcre-
nOWARD. ARCHITIirT AND SU- COMMERCIAL STABLES, G. W. FROOMB
llntenilent. mnkes complete nnd re'la-' Prop. Livery, Feed and Boarding. All
pans for htilldlngn tn the cltv or conn- kind of turnout. Competent driven. Op-
linnm 17 .ludu :iil I i-r posite Hotel 1'endleton. 'rhone Mam 101
much lower than the rate of wages
paid In the bituminous coal fields for j fore, there is no reason for any other
IkF.K & COLE. CONTRACTORS AND OREGON FEED YARD, W. T. BOYNTON
I'.s!tnmtes turnnnsn on sn'irr ir0n. Snecla care given to horses left
Jnh work a specialty. Prompt wth me. Lower Webb atreet. 'Phone
Hhop on Bluff street near Main, hmj i)4
MAY, CONTRACTOR AND BUILD
Estimates furnished on all kinds
aionrv. rement walk, stone vtal's, etc-
nrners nt Knst rpgotiinn nmce.
ITKOl'TMAN, AKCITRCT AND SUPER-
orient. Room 13. Aswc atlou Build ng
Kit ton, OreKnn
BOARD AND LODGING.
in; white lodiJinu house, iui
South Main street, M. T. Bradley, prop.
Housekeeping rooms and lodging rooms,
lood comfortable rooms and clean, well
irpt bed. Lodging 25 cents.
S BOWMAN. LEADING PHOTOGRA-
i of the cltv. nnrvest views. In-
photos for sale. Finishing done for
tun. Main St., near t-ldee. 'Phone
ie nnos.. court street, la
' Mock. I: ectrlclans. dealers In elec-
I 'applies, nouses, stores, wired for
; "Cats, bells or telephones. Elec-
or an kinds Get our price.
: a specialty.
NWCE a LAND BUSINE8S."
B tUXES. OFFICE COTTONWOOD
nn H.fiflA nifwk Innil nfflre
url u ming of claims nn Inl-
ma a specialty.
EMPIRE LODGING HOUSE, CORNER OF
E. Court and Jolinson street ; goods
.art's, clean rooms with comfortable beds,
itatea 23c and 00c a night. Thoa. Baurt,
HOTEL ALTA. CORNER ALTA AND
Mill street. Board by the day or week.
Good table set Rate $4 and $S per week.
Pendleton Feed Yard in connection, L
FURNISHED KOOMS FOR KEN TfcKMS
reasonable, at M Water 8t, l'houe Red 150
T. N. KELLAR, PLA8 BRING
and cementing, cement waits a spe
cialty. Estimate furnished Tree, wc
guaranteed. Leave order at Badley ai
Zabner's cigar store. Main St., P. O. D
r?A niltvv ... , n . . ..n " .. . .
kk..71'Si' ?Jfr. u- V"2V
i in maaei oi iana ni-. n SX.R AT T11H baht ORKQONIAN
vrwiz instii-anr-A anil rnIIAtlnn ' . ...
L' 'Mi building, room 16.
BS AND CARRiAGESr
o6K TIRE nACK. NEW AND VERY
for the service of the public
taM it 'Ti. Bna Je- o. McKay, props.
Commercial Livery Stable or
m ' B,,n ,ut nd the hack will call
t7uA.?.l'NB. ERWIN BAKER. PROP.
r si -"'auiani
ffiP'KL. NEW AND SECOND
tn HonV. ni .gnl ana 0,- Court Bt.,
n "owe niock call and see him.
ufcf DEALER. IN BECOnB
If there Is nnvthliur von
or second hand fnrnlfnr
L: ORHEV w ,'r.rr.. TT
mbu, ' S,,",'. .lu OLD RBUAKLK
Wtli, ohV,t clM repalrlnar wltrSlt
Co " 8hPlnrerof iflndlSferi wRon
a li '?BT CLABe "HOB-
office. Urea hundlea of newsDanara. con
taining aver 100 klg paper caa k -talned
far 25 cent bnndl.
SUBSCRIBERS TO MAGAZINES," YOU
want to subscribe to magazines or news
papers tn the United State or Enrope, re
mit by postal note, check, or send to the
EAST OREGONIAN the net publisher's
price of the publication yon desire, and
we will have it sent you and assume all
the risk of the money being lost In the
malls. It will save you both trouble and
risk. If you are e subscriber to the East
Oregonlan, In remitting you can deduct
1U per cent irom lue ihiuiwmci
Addresa BAST OKEGO.NIAN I'UU. CO.,
WANTED ADVERTISERS TO MAKE USB
of theae classified column. If yoo uav
something yon have no use for, oarer .to
trade It for something tnatm, other
body may have and have noifUKUior, aot
thlng that yoo maw need In joo boalneaa.
You may have ah ertra bora! teat yon
may wish to trade for a cow or a. Wlele.
Home body may bare the cow and jeblda
and want the borse. A 15e or 25 cent want
ad will probably do the boalneaa.
-T"-v Orlitnnl and Oolr Genuine.,
10.000 TctlmoflUI.. Ud)M,.K ITUfCUl
for CIHOIIKHTtlfl KMiU" !
A i "I28lufru-r hoiiiB liuroas.. tht In-
r Yuioh;.i.TCi.fKi.ij;-. tensity ami cfflfli'iicy:of :abpr. i '
m.ji...h.u)i-ijii.a-.i a. I ..13J T)ltfi toenV-of na'tlonarand
substantially similar work,
"2. The present rate of wages Is
lower than is paid In other occupa
tions requiring equal skill and training.
Bituminous Field Pay Better.
"3, The average annual earnings in
the anthracite coal fields are much
less than the average annual earn
ings In the bituminous coal fields for
substantially similar work.
"4. The average annual earnings in
the anthracite coal fields are much
less than the average annual earnings
for occupations requiring equal skill
"5. The rate of wages in the anthra
cite coal 'fields is Insufficient to com
pensate to mine workers in view of
the dangerous character of the occu
pation in relation to accidents, the lia
bility to serioub and permanent dis
ease, the high death rate and the
stiort grade of life incident to this
"0. The annual earnings of the
mine workers are Insufficient to main
tain the American standard of living.
. '1'iie inci eased cost or living nas
made it Impossible to maintain a fair
standard of life upon the basis of
present wages, and has not only pre
vented the mine workers from secur
ing any benefit from increased pros
perity, but has made their condition
poorer on account of it.
Children Forced to Labor,
"8. The wages of the anthracite
mine workers are so low that their
children are permanently forced Into
the breakers and mills, instead of be
ing supported and educated upon the
earnings of their parents.
"H. Wages are below the fair and
Just earnings of mine workers Iti this
Ask Reduction in Hours. J I
. r . . ...
"second A" reduction of 20. per
cent in hours of labor without any
reduction of earnings for all empjoyes
paid by the hour, day or week. a The
second demand hi similar to the 'first,
In that it (sdeslgued to increase the
hourly raejnf wage's of mine workers
employed by 'the Hour, day or week,
and all the reasons applicable to the
first demand are asked to be anjilled
to the second, with repetition. ,
" Ii. addition we submit the follow
"10. The 10-hour day is detrimental
to the health, life, safety and well
being- of the mine workers.
".-Shorter Jiours Imurovphe'phy
than the legal ton.
"4. The adoption of this system
would remove an Incentive to the op
erator -And of the miner to cheating
and dishonesty and remove Jealousy
among the miners and prevent unjust
discrimination and favoritism.
"5. The condition changed from the
system to the one asked would be a
lactcr In allaying suspicion and dis
content among the mine owners.
Demand Agreement as to Wages.
"Fourth The Incorporation In nn
agreement between the United Miuc
workers of America and the anthra
cite coal ccmpanies ot the wages
which shall be paid and the conditions
of employment which shall obtain, to
gether with satistuct .ry methods for
the adjustment of wgrlevances, which
may arise Irom time tn tl'vc to the
end that strikes and lockouts may lie
"In support of MiIk Iiiiuii'I vc sub
mit the following reasons;
"1. The anthracite mine workers
should not Iks compelled to make or
sign individual agreements, but should
have the right to form such nr-junlza
tion and choose sucli agent and offic
ers as they desire to act collectively.
Instead of individually, when they
rit-em that tbslr best Interests aie
"2, Agreements between employers
and employes and thiotigh working
men's organizations are the ordinary
method of regulating production and
wages In the bituminous coal fields
and in other large industries, and are.
beneficial, successful and In keeping
with the spirit of the times.
"3. Unions of workjngmeu tend to
tile better discipline of the mc-n and
to the improvement of tholr physl
cal, moral and mental condition, and
to the preservation of friendly rea.:
tlons between employer and otnplpyo.
"4, Experience shows that the trade
agieement Is the only effective mctii
od by which it is possible- to regulate
questions arising between employers
and employes iu large din ti lets, and
that a trade agreemenj. Is tlia only
pobslblo way to establish those rela
tlons between employers and the
wagemaUer in the anthracite fields on
a Just, permanent basis,, and as. far as
posidole to do away with auy causes
for the recurrence of such differences
as those upon which you (the anthra
cite coul strike commission) have
been called in, to settle,
"Itepresfiitatlve or the United Mine
and Union Pacific
SUM p. m.
Fro m Pemltoton
Bait Lake, Denver, Ft.
n onu, unman. Mn
sis city, St. Louis,
unicago ana cast.
8t. Paul '
8:15 a. m,
Fait Lk, Denver, Ft.
Worth, Omaha. Kan
sas City, 8t. Louts,
lis. 8t. Paul, Duluth,
1W10 p. m
b:X p. a,
Ocean and River Schedule.
8 .-00 p. in.
8 KXJ p m.
lOjpO p 111,
All sailing dates sub
ject to ensure.
For San Francloo
Ball every & days.
To Astoria and Way
Boats leave Portland dally, except Bnnda;
(stage of water permitting) for Willamette and
Yamhill River point.
4:06 a. m.
Rlparla to Lewlston
7:00 a. m
F. t. WA.M8LKY, Agent, Tendlaton.
Headqutvrtors for Travoling Men,
Commodious Sample Rooms,
Rates $2 & $2.50
Special rates by week or month.
Prompt blnlngroom Service.
Uvery Modem Convenient:.
Bar and billiard room in connection
Only Three Blocks from Oeoot.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL
Cutncr Coutt ml Johnson Mretts,
P. Kolly, Proprlotor.
Pullman Sleeping Cars,
Elegant Diuing Cars,
Tourist Sleeping Cars.
r sr. paul
mid all point Eaat and South
fnroorn tickets to Japan aud China.
Tacoma and Northern Ksclflc Steamslilp Co
ana American tine.
Trains leave Pendleton dally aacept Bunds)
at 7 MO p. m.
For farther Information, time cards, mapt
ioa ucMu,ciiioa or wnie n. Aaams. ren
dletoo, Oregon, or A. D, OHAKLlOr-
inira ana aomion his., roruaua on
Dally East Oregonlan by carrier,
only 15 cents a week,.
Chicago, St. Paul, Ht. Lou!, Kan
aas City, Bt. Joe, Omaha, and
All Points East and South
Portland and point
oa the Sound
Leave Pendleton, dally except Sundays
Arrive Pendleton Monday, Wednesday too
Friday 11 5 pin.
Arrive 1'endleton Tuesday. Thursday anil
Saturday 2S am.
Leave Walla Wtlla dallv. east bound. 11X0 am.
Arrive Walla Walla dally, weal bound, SM ara
For Information reaardlnr rata and aoeoas.
modatlona, call on or addresa
W. AD AUH, A,
B, B. CALDBKIIEAD, U. P. A.,
walla walla, waaa.
M, OHo'n( )
HTURDIVANT BROS., ProisS,,
taa leaves Pandlatm dtlv. ..( shhj.
" a. m.,for Uklan and intarmeaUU Bolnta,'
Bateal To Pilot Hack. TLoi Mint .VA li
lnm, l.MiTorty,i;i.2s. and return, M
Alba, tl.lil to Alba and return. U Hit Ta nki.k
ri.tO) to Uklab and rttorn, JI.OO.
0(flc Id (Joldea Rule Hotel, Peodlcto
HEATED BY STEAM
LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY
Aintti'li-iiii IMitn, nitKN 5 1 U.I CuVi.OO
Kiii-()m'hii IMiiii. .Wu. 75o, HI. 0(1.
"'''liil rules liy woiik" or nlolllli.
Free 'bus meets ull trains
Commercial trnilc solicited
I'iiie snniple roomi
Special Atli'iition (liven Oiuiurv Trade
CORNER MAIN AND WKHB STS.
GEO. DAnVEAU, Prop.
Dlock and a hall from depot.
ROOM RATfij Sty), ,7fiu, 1.00
Amnion I'lau. It ucr ilav ami ,
Ilraduttaitera fur tuurlalM Mint -im,.-j.i
rfeis. Irtpeilal raftsj.iaJe t(UiiUF aud tluglt
gwrflcaicui Thiuiugrtnur' wllliu )lctKd
at alt times to sliow riwuis and give prlcts. A
modern Turkish liatlicstalilUliiuciiliH tlietotcl.
. nuwitsn, Manager.
Babbitt Metal, beat In tha vtorid. In
bara. Prlc It par. bar, at tha Caat
m. I I I I s I I II i ll 's mmiimfmmmimMmtmtmimiimiMmmmmmm
voua.TwIfchlnK of eValldX &Ccu luu. l.'i 'i I ii J-jH'vilt
iuu4i. i r,ji twuuJ.yi, t an Mm, HI 771 . m, - iiM1
nr. m! -.7 i;" wirm, uisrmu nttnt.ur u , nun, rimiaiaio, oak
ouuu d t iaulmam a CJ, unUOQI8TBL PENDLETON, Oft BOON,