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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1904.
THE POOREST PEOPLE IN THE
Deeper than ever plummet Bound
ed In the ocean of poverty and im
man woo have I descended hero in
the metropolis of the Far East, and
found tho world's poorest poor. Bays
tho London Dally Mall correspondent.
Besides these starved subjects of
tne Son of Heaven, who cower out
side his palace walls, the submerg-
ky's night refuges the spoiled chil
dren of fortune.
Slumming in Toklo Is for tho rcgu-
I Inir the east. Nnnn hut rnelnms nf
MnCTTMATIBM nr ELBOWS, WHISTS comparative prosperity are shown.!
ANDEKBE3. because the Japanese are proud of,
SSTSSSJ universal reputation fa? cleanll
Itheumatum. it started in tha rich ness, for artistic surroundings and :
mrollun and extremely painful. Mylaft "S. well washed and safely removed
knM Joint Waa the nXt lUCt tO mt- I frnm nntunl .'inl
tacked. It became swollen and of couraa . '
about for aome time.
AN INDESCRIBABLE TORTURE
Because Rheumatism sometimes comes on. suddenly it doesn't
TOTc that it is a chance disease or one due to accidental causes. It
lakes time for it to develop, and is at work in the system long before
mmj symptoms are felt. The blood is the first point of attack, and
'tte poisonous acids that cause the aches and pains are then distrib-
nea tnroueb tne circulation to dinerent Darts of the svstem. and ' ed tenth of indon are hons vivnnt
ettle in joints, muscles and nerves ; and when the system is in this 1 and the groveling nusslans of Gor
1 1 i , , J . . I LVb Mlflhl -Af,-B en-11. mI.II.
wbuiuuu ii nccus oniy some ex-iun cause line exposure xo nignt air,
dtaap. chilly weather, or the cold, bleak winds of winter, to arouse
i i . i r :j tA lntlon traelor the same as If in Lon
, ""J ucpcuus upon wic .uuni ui ucm in inc uiooa anu - llon nc wont t0 Sono wthout e-pIor.
aauiuijr u. Hum mailer in inc
ots and muscles. Some peo
: are almost helpless from the
it, while others have occa
sional spells or are uncomforta
We, restless, nervous and half
Wick all the time from the
paging-jaches and pains. Rheu
aaatistn is a disagreeable com
jaanion even in its mildest form.
St grows worse as we grow older,
Wd frequently stiffens the joints,
4raws the muscles out of shape
wad breaks down the nervous
system. A disease that origiu-
airaui iuc wooa, asiuicuinausin os sioomnaia ato. anora it. nice is not In every
oes, cannot be cured with ex- ( as the tourists fondly imagine.
"Sfcrnal remedies like liniments and olasters : such thinrs scatter the Tokl 18 so vaB'. Is such an
ina or drivr fhem 4n anmo Mhnrmrt nf iht hnAv. hut iln tint tntirh niense sea of sheds, that from
Ike disease or improve the condition of the blood. The thin acid
uioou iuusi in: .c..u-u w n iuia but nere are JB dlstricts ot me-n
4f j-" "" purity and strength, so that all poi- streets. The crazy structures called
sonous substances may be carried out . houses, which nre In reality she-Is.
of the system, and no medicine accom- ! are strung along In a series of dllap-
t,;c in m utinrf n ti -c C 3 C I Idated and fllthv rnmnnrtmpntc TV,
1111 JUk.J .Ut.U U ...UV. , I 1 ' - 1
... . . . . , . ' f ril 1- ne nsin o ttin.n . , 11 . '
wnicn not oniy neutralizes xne acias "' " "uu "c
nnil f-ntmti.ract tlip noisnn?:. but build, cleanliness, so dear to the average
uP the general health at esame time. tr(1ues;ionabTe Bd"ne,S'
Write for our special book on Rheumatism, and should vou Tho mn., ti.mM.Hnu.n ,
! .. . . . . ....... W..M 111 .UJU
esire any special lniormation or aavice. our pnysicians will turnisn abodes may be rented for from 20 to
fit without charge. Ttf SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, G A. '25 pence per month, but there are
i nouses so nne that they cost as high
as a penny, or even 3 half-pence a
day. To afford one of these expensive
residences, several families cluh to
gether, not alone for economy, but
also for warmth; in winter all hands
crowding together on the mats.
Charcoal is not always afforded and
heat Is a great luxury these cold
days. A whole block will sometimes
take turns In wanning hands at a
painful. Tne nest point to be affected , ln Toklo, not fewer than 200,000
tne nip ana anaae. wnicn Bare mt people, seldom. If ever know of a ccr-
next day will come from and through
out the land the great majority are
too poor to eat rice. The high-grade
rice gTown in the Islands is export
ed, almost to a lasi sack, and infer!
lor rice Imported for those who can
I waa under treat
Bent or a pbyalclan for awblle, but set
tine no better I began 8. 8. 8., and after
taiunr it ior aome una l waa entirely
relieved of the Skenmatlam. AllaweUinr
and loreneaa disappeared. I consider
B. 8. B. an exeeUent remedy for Bhtomft
tlaxn and all trouble having- their ortctn
In the blood.
409 Sloomfield Ave.
mense sea of sheds, that from the
highest point on the clearest day one
can see but a fraction of its area
rr rr-Ni r-i
WHEN SICK GET CURED
By a man who will thoroughly understand your ailment. No guess
work or experimenting, but a sure cure when cure is possible. And
that means hundreds of cases deemed incurable by American doc
tors. I understand the medical qualities of roots, herbs, barks and
berries unknown to other practitioners.
DR. WING LEE
Ohinesa Physician, 280 Bninside Street, Portland, Or?on
Of all Description
Sash, Doors & Windows
Made to order. Building
paper, lime, cement, brick
and sand wood gutters for
barns and dwellings a specialty,
Alta St, Opp. Court House
Good cud Pure i
Kettlf He .l. r- il
At price in low as the lowest, j
316 COURT ST.
hlbachl, wherein a few chunks cf
cnarcoai sniouiuor in a bed of ashes.
Sunnosc a nlne-clonnnr hnn hni n
good day, and returns to hU home
witn. say sixpence. He will expend
this In farthing purchnscs of mlsc, a
kind of soup stock; oil. fuel, tobacco
and perhaps a little fish, which, If. he
iuois recKiess, no will cat raw with
horseradish. He buys in driblets,
and like the very poor in all the
cities In the world, pays enormous
Had our plpe-clcanor returned omp-
lynnnneu no would have hurried to
the pawnbroker, nlwnva nonr nt
hand, and raised a few farthings on
nis precious nrnss pipe, his hablchi.
nv 1. 1- I. . .
Jiuur Kuruiums noi in TC-
The pawnbrokers fatten off these
wretches as In no other land. It is
Impossible to escape them, and they
never relent. Anything worth above
fivopenco can be pawned.
Until this time of tho year, or evon
til mid-winter, one can exist without
bedclothlng; but when the nights
get cold, with the fearful frost of a
Japanese winter, some covering must
be had. Now appears another plun
derer of the poor In the guise of a
capitalist, who rents quilts by tho
night. Ho charges, and Invariably
collects, from one fnrthlng for a
shred of dirty, patched old rag to a
penny or even twopence for a foul
but heavy covering.
Then. too. there aro frayed silk
quilts for bridal couples, but these
are too costly to he rented by many
bridegroom. Itent must bo paid la
advance, and before the family go lo
sleep the collector comes and gets
either the money or the quilt. With
uie rennement or cruelty he does not
appear until the lessee has turned In
and the loss of his covering will be
doubly felt, 'lucre are heartrending
sceDes when penniless mothers strive
to hold the quilt to protect their
babes from the chill and damp. Like
the pawnbroker and the money lend
er, the quilt lender Is flinty-hearted.
Few of the inhabitants ever get
enough money ahead to buy bed
clothing, and tho ghastlj: tragedy of
renting is re-enacted again and again
for winter after wlnlnr. mro i,,-o
are so many children having but a
few cotton rags, the winter means
a million tastes
MORE THAN A
MILLION SOLD A DAY.
Th Sand it tht Smoktr'j
TO TEACH RELIGION
INTERSTATE MEETING TO
ADVANCE THE CAUSE.
Every Phase of the Subject of Re
ligious Instruction is Being Dis
cussed at Philadelphia Delegates
From Canada and Many States
Program of Absorbing Interest to
All Concerned in Moral Advancement.
t BICYCLE DOCTORS J
If ynHr whil It ailing consui
u. We teu; ll,e wnrat wheel?
lih-yck' Iiim-jiuhI at 311 Court T
Street U cmnjilrte Mid eiiijiptd
with the late: appliutices. .j,
Gor den & Edmisten
Hievele DiK'torw i
All KiiiilB of .Light Jtepalring T
J Come up to the
If you are thinking of buying
m real estate. We know we can
2 suit you if you mean nuslness.
and have several good bull
ae nesa openings for you, the
Walter's Flouring Mills
Capacity, 150 barrels a day.
J Flour exchanged for wheat.
J Flocr. Mill Feed. Chopped Feed,
etc., always on hand.
ONE WAY OUT.
IS THE CHEAPEST
Dear this tn mind when yon
need poultry and stock supplier
and ask for tbe Internationtl
Poultry and Stock Food. Uae
Kow Kure for your cow trou
ble, C. F. Coiesworthy
i7 .39 East Alta St
lMt for Lm'b Lice Kill.'
A Resident of Pendleton Shows the
On V finn WHv tn pnw m bnil Kj,
j Liniments and plasters may relieve
I They won't cure It,
I n 1 . 1 . 1 . 1
( .h-.uu idl'uuh sick Kiuneys.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney
Pendleton people prove this.
Head a case of It:
j Mrs. J. Ilrynk, who lives on Star
I street, aya: "Doan's Kidney Pills
arc a gruua meuicmo, as 1 snow irom
experience, and I bare no hesitation
In saying that any sufferer from
backache or other kldnoy troubles
who will give them a fair trial, will
bo more than well satisfied with the
results. I Buffered for three or four
years with sharp pains In my back
which uecame acute when I attempt
ed to lienil nvnr nr in lift nnvlhln-
Besides, I had rheumatism or lumbago
in ray left arm bo bad that I could
not raise It above my shoulder with
out aalstance from my loft band. I
saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
and got a box at tho Brock ilcCo
mas Co. drug store. When I had
used three boxes tho backache had
vanished and with it tho rheumatic
pains through my arm."
For salo by all dealors. Price 60
cents per box. FostorMllburn Co..
Buffalo, N. T., sole agents fur the
Item ember the namnnriA wet
and take no other.
Philadelphia, Pa., March 2. Edu
cational leaders from all parts of tho
lln-tcd Sintec and Canada, including
I half 11 hundred college president and
professors and a scoro of omlne.t
divines, are in Philadelphia for the
second annual convention of tho Ho
llgious Education Association. The
convention will last three days, onen
ing this evening wua a public meet
ing in tbe Academy of Music.
After the address of welcome and
response and the president's annual
address by Dean Frank K. Sanders,
of Yale Divinity school, three ad
dresses on "The Bible in Religious
Experience," will bo delivered, r.s
follows: "Us Tnlquo .alue and Chir
acter as nn Interpreter of Life," Pro
fessor Thomas C. Hall, Union Theo
logical Seminary, "Its Adequacy In
Dealing With tbe Crises and Emep
gencles of Life." Itt. Hev. Alexander
Mackay-Smlth. bishop coadjutor nf
the diocese of Pennsylvania; "Its
Importance as a Factor in Promoting
Spiritual Efficiency and Growth
Rev. Dr. Edward Judson, pastor uf
Memorial Baptist church. New ork
City, and professor of homlletlcs in
the university of Chicago.
Tomorrow morning there will he a
joint mass meeting of the 17 depart
montH of the association lo consider
"iveligious Education In the Home,
The speakers will be; Rov. Dr. Philip
S. Moxom, Springfield, Mass.; Rev.
Ira Landrlth, general secretary r,f
the Religious Education Association;
Miss Mary E. Hutchinson, chairman
of the committee on education, Ohio
Congress of Motbora; Professor Rich
ard Green Moulton of the University
oi Chicago, Professor Caleb T. Win
cheater of Wesleyan Unlvoralty, and
Professor Harmon H. Jlorne, of Dart
Tomorrow afternoon will bo dovot
ed to departmental sessions, when
the following departments will meet:
Universities and colleges, theolog-
cat seminaries, churches and pastors
Sunday schools, secondary public
schools, teacher training, Christian
associations, young people's societies,
the press, religious art and music.
The second general session will be
held tomorrow evening In tho First
Baptist church, tho subject boine
"Tho Bible In Education." Tho sub
topics, with the speaker., will be hs
follows: "Tho qualities Which
Make the Bible Educationally Valu
able," Professor John E. McFaydcn,
Kuox college, Toronto; "Tbe Contact
of Biblical Material With tho Ex
perience of tbe Child." Miss Joso
pbine L. Baldwin, primary superin
tendent New Jorsoy State Sunday
School Association; "Tho Contact of
Biblical Material With Adplescent
Life," Profossor George E. Dawson,
the Hartford School of Religious
Pedagogy; "The Co-Ordlnatlon of the
Bible With Other Subjects of Study,"
President William H. P. Faunce.
Brown University. The subsequent
discussion will bo participated In hy
President .Vary E. Woolly of Mount
Holyoke College, Rahbl Abram Si
mon of Washington, Professor Chas.
F. Kent of Yale University, and Rev.
William F. McDowell. Ph. D.. secre
tary of education, Methodist Episco
Friday will be devoted largely to
the annual business meeting. The
Closing session of the rnnvwntlnn will
be held Friday evening. "The BIblo
in bocial and Civic Life," will be the
general theme, treated as follows;
"Its Recognition of the Social Needs
and Relationships of Man," Profes
sor Francis G. Peabody, D. D dean
of the Harvard Divinity School; "Its
Solution of the Practical Problems
of Modern Life," Rev. W. S. Rains
ford, D. D., New York City.
Every woman Bhnutd see that the per
iodical function is kept in a healthy con
dition. The way is to take an occasional
dose of Wine of Cardui.
Every woman is subject to conditions
which bring on female weakness. Wine
of Cardui pives women strength for all
the duties of life. It gives them strong
nerves and freedom from pains.
Wine of Cardui not only cures but
guards the health. The organs quickly respond to
the healing vegetable ingredients of which Wine of
Cardui is composed. A healthy woman does well to
take this medicine on approaching her periodic-)
sickness. Wine of Cardui cures the worst cases ot
prolonged female troubles and has cured thousands
of them quickly and completely in the privacy of
CniconA, Miss., May 1, 1902.
Wine of Cardui and Thedford's Black-Dranght
is a sure cure for all female diseases. I recommend
,r mndir.inM to all mv friends everywhere I co. Five months ago I
oould not walk across tho house without great pain but I am well again.
I have only taken four bottles of Wine of Cardui but feel better than I have
kit in two years. MRS. N. T. GLIDEWEUL
INTERSTATE LIQUOR TRAFFIC.
Congressional Measure to Supple
ment State Prohibition.
Washington, D. C, March 2. Be
fore the judiciary committee of tho
house today public hearings were bo
gun on the Hepburn-ollivcr bill,
Wnich ROCkS tO rhanifo fhn IntAratntn
commerce law so that all intoxicat
ing liquors shipped from outside
states may be subject to tbo laws of
the state to which they are shlppe-i
or through which they may pass. The
measure In effect, Is Intended to aid
local option and prevent any city ur
county subject to that law from re
ceiving intoxicants of any kind or
character, In broken or unbroken
packages, from outside sections.
Ever since tho measure was framed
tho liquor interests and their organ
ized opponents have been girding for
tho fray and the liveliest contest of
th,; kind that congress has witnessed
since tho anti-canteen legislation i.
expected to take place. The hearing,
begun today will probably continue
until the end of the week.
Thousands nf momnrlnlo -n,,
. ... ...,,, j,u,in
and petitions, including several hun
dred from Texas and as many from
Iowa, have been received by tho Ju
diciary committee Petitions requeu
ing the passago of the bill havo been
recolved from rnnntlou. -hnr-t. .
ganlzatlons and temperanco soclotlss,
wnne an ainiost equal number of
protests against the mcuiirn hfivn
been received from various parts -f
tbo COUntrv anil nnrtlrnlnrl- f k
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DO YOU ENJOY A GOOD
Try "Pendleton Boqaet" and "Pride of Umatilla."
Made at home. " A. ROHDE, Maker
participated In by the faculty and
students of the Sam Houston Normal
Canadian Livestock Show.
Ottawa, Ont., March 1. The first
annual meeting and exhibition of tho
National Association of Canadian
Stock Breeders, for which prepara
tions have been in progress for some
time opened hero today .under most
favorable auspices. While Ontario
Ik naturally most lafgely represent
ed the affair Is not limited to tho
one province and the exhibits, many
of ih em, come from Quebec and
from several of tbe Western prov
inces. The meeting and exhibition
will continuo 10 days and a large at
tendance Is oxpected.
T FOR THE
I ia regular; hea-Jthr movement of tM
" . cr v y tou r 111 or win np yocs
Mjiiii i ihi well, Furre.lii tr tnapeuT T
b- -l-r 1 'ftfon,i dunuerouc Ttia ricooU-
m s. s-. r v
Celebrated as Taking Place March 2,
Austin. ToTftll. March Ql-I-,.
eleht vnflrfi nirn tnrinv nf TVnaV.l-,.
On tho Brazos, ma Tmnn itnxlnmilnn
of Independence was signed, after
Santa Ana bod begun the historic
siege of tho Alamo. In accordance
With Ollfltnm tho nniiliu-,,- ...
gonorally observed throughout -the
state. Public offices were closed and
appropiiato exorcises In commemora
tion of the day wore hold in the pub
lic schools and In tho colleges and
Tho dav wan nlni thn intti nnnlJ
versary of tbo birth of Sam Hous
ton, tho hero of Texas' struggle lor
independence, and there were special
services at his grave at Huntsvlllo,
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