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DAILY EAST OREOOrJtAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1904.
t'nklUhed ererr afternoon (eicnt Sunday)
1 I'enjleton. Oregon, bj tbe
t'houv. Mala 11
Dalit one jnr by mall J3.1H)
(tally, tit aionthi by mall l!.BO
IMIly, thrre montlia by mall 1.1' 3
inuj, uu aiomn Dy amu du
Dallr. per muutb by carrier ttt
Weekly, one year by' mall l.no
Weekly, six oiuntli by mall..., 73
Weekly, four tuontui by mall BO
StuU-Weekly, one year by mall .... 2.00
Semi-Weekly, sli mouth by mall ,. 1.00
Semi-Weekly, three montba by mall .. .SO
The Kant Orezuntau Is on sille at II. II.
Illeh'a New stands at Uotel Portland and
Hotel 1'erklnt, Portland. Oregon.
Member Scrlppa Mcltae
San Francisco llureau, 408 Fourth St.
Chicago llureau, 900 Security llulldlng.
XVaalilnRton, t). C llureau, 001 I4tb 8t.,
Kutered at Pendleton pnstoQlce as eeccond
TUo liluu of toachiug, we
have found to bo a Groat ben
efit in the uoycroft shop to
the teacher. Tho teacher al
ways Rets mo3t out of the
lesson. If her heart la in her
work. It Is responsibility that
tlovelops out and to know
that your pupils expect you
to know, is a sreat incentive
to study. Teaching demands
'that you shall give fiivo your
self and he who gives most,
receives most. Wo deepen
out impressions by recounting
them, and hn who teaches oth
ers, earnestly, faithfully. In
nn honest spirit, tenches him
self. Elbert Hubbard.
Wanted, somebody wllllnc to take
a risk in the offlco of receiver of the J
La Grande land office. Knowles has
not yet been heard from.
Out of u school population pf 1,51't
in I'endi eton, there were but five pu
pils out of school with sickness this
week. Umatilla county oznne needs !
no further comment.
WHAT THE WAR IS ABOUT.
Tho situation In the oast is com
plicated and unless ono has reviewed
Oriental history since tho close of
the Chlno-Japnncso wnr in 1894, a
clear Insight Is very difficult to ob
tain. China nud Japan fought over
trade, territorial mid seaport rights
In Korea In lSt and Japan won.
Instead of allowing Jopiin to take
tho fruits of bur victory and come in
to the possession of tho privileges
she won from China, Russia stopped
In ns nn unwelcome nrbltrutor and
awarded Japan much less than bIio
claimed nud hnd Justly won In the
war with China.
Hussln's object in doing this was
to prevent Japan from gaining too
much power In Korea. Japan tool;
tho award of the powers unwillingly,
and has since contended for her
trade and territorial privileges in
Korea, Russia, as soon us she cheat
ed Japan out of her Korean trophies
won from China, began to make ad
vances In Korean territory nud trade
herself. From that day until uow,
Japan has been hostile to ituasla.
Whllo Russia has been stealing
Japancso rights In Korea, sho has
also been stealing Chinese, Japanese
njid other rights in Manchuria, thus
Inviting the bitterest hostility from
China, who Is now ready to Join
Japan in putting Russia out of Korea,
thereby gaining the friendship of Jnp
an and securing her nld In evicting
Russia, tho common enemy, from
Korea is a passivo power, without
individuality or national color, and
Is n helpless mass of clay In tho
bands of tho victor In the coming
Owing to the wide trade interest
of the other powers In the disputed
territory, It is very likely that these
other nations vvjll prevent the annex
ation of Korea by either Russia or
Japan asks only the just fruits of
her easily won contest with Chlnn In
1894. Russia, through diplomacy,
prevented Japan from taking her ro
ward, and has since appropriated It,
by degrees, norsolf.
tho lights aro not always tho best,
Tho doctor's kick In a tlmoly ono and
It will moot with tho endorsement of
the people of Walla Wnllu generally.
"When It comes to paying $5 n
month for lights for a nvo room cot
tage whore only ono und two lights
nro used at n time anil tlion tor less
than threo hours each night as is
tho case In mnny Instances nil ovur
tho city, there Is no question that tho
cost Is out of proportion to the ser
"And .tho costs In tho business sec
tion Is oven worse. Even If tho same
charge Is mndo in other cities It In
too high and If the peoplo of Wulla
Walla aro compelled to continue pay
ing nt this rate they will olthor hnvo
to resort to tho old kerosene lamp,
or else sit In darkness tho greater
part of each evening. Tho people ,yf
tho city will heartily applaud i)r.
Cropp for making a protest ngnlnst
these exorbitant chnrgos. Electric
lights cost too much In Walla Walla."
USE AND ENDORSE PE-RU-NA
THE FELLOW WHO CAN WHISTLE
The fellow who can whistle when the
world Is going wrong
Is tho follow who will make the
most of life:
No matter what may happen, you
will find him bravo and strong
He's tho fellow who will conquer
In the strife.
The follow who can whistle when
tho whole world seems to
Is tho kind of man to stand the
He's got tho proper metal and you
cannot keep him down
For he's Just tho sort that's need
ed nt the front.
Tho fellow who can whistle Is the
follow who can work.
With n note of cheer to vanquish
His soul Is filled with music, and no
evil shadows lurk
in bis active brain to fostor grim
fellow who can whistle Is
"trump" card of tho deck.
Or tho "whip hand" In the parlance
of tho street;
N'o petty cares or trifles can his
buoyant spirit chock,
For his sunny heart can never
C.B. CHAMBERLIN, M.D.
OF WASHINGTON. D.C.
a. uttaiuLMjitiiij i, utJ n uw iiviii Aim uiiu i mi,, n UHiunglou, 1). C3.J I
" Many cases have come under my observation, where Pcruna '
has benefited and cured. Therefore, 1 cheerfully recommend It '
for catarrh and a general tonic" -C. D. CHAMBERLIN, M. D,
fellow who rnn whistle he is
built on nature's plan.
And ho cheers his tolling fellow
Japan's claim seems to ho Just. Her Thero Is no room for pessimists, but
No nuggets have been picked up
In tho streets 6f Weston yet, but she
is turning out an excellent quality of
corn meal. Let all Missnurlans take
off their lints to Weston.
Oregon has her ear on the ground
listening for congressional action on
the fair bill. Tho wireless telegraph
Is too slow to convey this precious
morsel to tho waiting state.
Tho Pacific .Monthly calls, itself a
"magazine of Western energy, en
thusiasm and optimism," and a
glance at tho last number convinces
the reader that its object is attained
in a satisfactory degree.
The subject of tbe public
schools of Pendleton cannot he
mentioned without the spectre of
needed school room bobbing up In the
conversation. It Is always present, a
veritable nkelcton In tho taxpayer's
The secretary of tho Chinese lega
tion in Washington, It is estimated,
Is one thousand years ahead of his
country. He has a white ,wlfe and
rides exclusively In an auto. His
ancestors must have turned over In
their graves as thoso two veneers of
civilization woro contracted by this
Tho Oregonlnn justly complains of
tho Increased immorality In Portland
and other largo cities, through tho
rooming house evil. Tho largor
cities aru not alone In this unfortun
ato record. If tho registers In tho
rooming houses of smaller Oregon
towns could speak the truth about
tho fictitious names appearing upon
them, family eruptions would mako
tbe air continually blue. Tho way
Tom Johnson brokn up this ovll in
Cleveland was to place a policeman
at tho entrances to every questiona
ble rooming houso in tho city, who
took tho names, addresses and de
scriptions of tho patrons as tboy
passed In. Somo startling revelations
wore mado but tho ovll was abolish-
contentions with China In 189-1 wore
none of Russia's business. Shu was
entitled to what she won fairly and
was cheated out of It by Russia, who
took both Japan and China by tho
throat and nbsorbod Japanese rights
in Korea and Chinese rights In Jlan-
cburla. Tho old combatants of 1894
aro ready to Join bands in 1904 to
whip the common enemy, Russia.
Korea belongs to Japan If to r.ny
foreign nation. It is tinctured with
Jnpanese life, language, customs.
characteristics, and manners, lacking
the Japanese vim and spirit. It is
expected that Japan will boldly annex
Korea any day. This bluff might
avert war, ns It would make Russia
tho aggressor, if sho attempted to
dlslodgo tho Jap, and this role Rus
sia does not care to play openly.
give to us the man
Who can whistle when the world
Is going wrong.
Sidney W. Maco '.n Llpcncott's.
Tho truth would be much stranger
tlinn the Action a man tells his wire
when ho returns homo at 3:30 a. m.
Metllcul llxjimluor T. 8. Treutury,
Dr. Llewellyn Jordan, Medical Ex
aminer of U. S. Treasury Department,
grauuuto of Co
ami who nerved
three years nt
West Point, haa
tho following to
say of Pertma:
"Allow mo to
oxrireiM my grati
tude to you for
tho bouuilt do
rivtl from your
Dr. L. Jnrdnu.
udy. Onu short
month lias brought forth a viint change
and I now ooiuidor mynulf u wul! mnn
after inouUia of suffering. JVlluwuuI-1 Ohio,
Ask your Druggist for a free Peruna Almanac for 1904
forors, Perima will euro you." Dr.
Geo. C. Havunor, M. 1)., of Aiiacoulla,
D. C, writea:
Tho I'oruna MedlclnoCo., Columbuu. 0.:
Gentlemen " Ju niy practice I huva
luul occasion to .frequently prescribe
your valuablo iimhIIuIiio, nntl hnvo found
its uso beneficial, eHiwclally in cases of
catarrh." doorgo C. Havener, M. D.
If yon do not rocoivo prompt nnd satis
factory results from tho uso of Peruna,
wrlto nt oueo to Dr. Ilurtman, giving
full statement of your caso, and ho will
bo plcaHcd to glvo you his valuable ad-
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t itu iiui .mini DUUlluriuIU, WUllUBaBaV ui uie puuimuoD Jon
Dally East Oregonlan, by carrier.only 15 cents per week.
win uufc ii Bern too ua
rtalc of the monnr belu lt
It will sure too both tronbl.
you are a lutecrltur to He
lu remitting jot tin Mutt
tiuiu iuc iiuuiuuero vnce. A
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I vv e vv ant yvione
Tho National Livestock Association
delegates and visitors to Portland
next week will enjoy a rare treat
never tasted by them before tho
matchless hospitality of Oregon.
LIGHTS COST TOO MUCH.
The Walla Walla Union makes tho
following caustic remarks, which will
bo read with Interest by Pondleton
"Dr. Cropp flies a protest against
tho charges for electric lights In
Walla Walla and also points out that
Tho women of Oregon aro going tp
vote some day. Four progressive
Western states havo recognized
them as the equals of tho lords of
creation. Tho contagion will spread.
Touching shoulders with Idaho, Oio
stato of Oregon will gradually breath
in tho ollxlr of equal suffrage and tho
efforts of her ridiculed pioneers will
not havo been In vain. Ton yeara ago
tho Initiative and referendum, flat
salaries and popular election of
United States senators woro classed
with tho populist vagaries. Today
thoy stand as tho avowed tenets of
probably four-fifths of the voters of
tho state. Other equally as wondrous
rhangos In sentiment will bo effect
ed In perhaps less than 10 years
There are a great many hungry hearted
women who would attend a baby sale If
babies were ever offered for sale, became
there are a great many wives who love
children and have been told by physi
cians that they can never hope to nurse
kiiiiu vi ineir own.
Some of these women who have used
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for the
cure of womanly ills have been made
happy mothers as a result of tbe cure of
womanly disease and the building up of
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
manes wcas women strong olid sick
women well. It establishes rnrulnritv.
dries weakening drains, heals inflamma
tion and ulceration and cures female
"I wrote oyouionie time afro to (ret Inform,
tion about mv case." aava Mrs. Marv ninn.
ary, of Kryden, Va. l waa troubled with
female weaknew and valiu. Received anawcr
from you. advising tne lu take Doctor llerce'a
Favorite rreKrlption and 1 Golden Medical Dls-
acripllon' and found it did me goal. I bad
been married four ream and had no children;
little baby toy, born July lolh, by the help of
fnri unit vraip m,llln V nr.lu - . i : ' J -
btehly ' " r """'""
you can pubtlth thU letter if you wlao."
FttKa. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense
Medical Adviser is sent free on receipt
of stamps to pay expense of maillngoy,
.Bend a I oue-cent stamps for the book ui
paper covets, or 31 stamps for the cloth
bound volume. Address Dr, R..V. Pierce
Buffalo, N, Y,
We want to make January and February hummers, and propose to make
them record breakers, We are going to accomplish our desire by offer
ing rare inducements in the way of cut prices. Any article in our store
is now offered at a reduction of 20 per cent. This means that 80 cents
equals jm.uu, and &4.UU gets $5.00 worth of goods.
Fleece lined, all colors, regular Hi.co
kind, now -. 8oc
Ribbed, all colors, regular JSt.oo
kind, now 8oc
All wool, any weight, any color, regu
lar $2.00 suit, now $1,60
Egyptian comb balbriggan, regular
$2. 50 kind, now $2 00
All wool, pink, blue or lavender, regu
3.00 goods, now $2.40
Silk and wool, blue and pink striped,
regular price $4,00, now $3.20
Other high grade underwear at propor
50c kind, 35c. 75c kind, 50c. Ji.ookind,
75c $1.25 kind, 90c. $1.50 kind, 1.15
We wish to dispose of every pair of
gloves in our store.
Mackinaw Coats and
Mackinaw coats, $4.00, now $3.00
Mackinaw pants, $400, now 3.00
50c kind, 40:. 75c kind, foe, $1.00
kind, 75. $1.25 kind, Si.oo. $150 kind,
25c kind, 20c. 50c kind, 40c. 75c kind,
60c. $1.00 kind, 80c. $ 1. a5 kind, tt. 00.
$i 50 kind, $1.15.
The kind sold by others for 13.00, and
sold regularly by us for $2.00 this sale
1.50, one half what others will ask you
Midget string ties, regular asc, now
two for 2SC
50c Four-in-hand orTccks!! -ec
75c Ties :lc
20 per cent OH
sl : ti,, etArp. u
every uriiuiu iu n -
includes nais, uaw --
worK snirts, vim -
ery, lancy vests, inirui
large line ot uarKccpn
Coats and Aprons, Painters aw
as t. In tttltl
order. Twenty per cent iw-.
tin- recular once uunus
onltir ,e!rn of SUitS M
h ... .
. r . Mitt
ureal barna ns at tu reguwr; -
propose to go one ochci
w vuant vou to come ID w . .
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great bargains we are oBenBt'
pleasure in showing B""
buy or not.
SULLIVAN & BOND
614 Main street
REMEMBER THE BARGAIN SALE IS NOW ON