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DA1L1 ISAST OHLOOXLVX, l'i:.MJf.ET().V, OULtiOX. MONDAY, JAXUARV 20, 1908. PAGE THREE. Balcony Sale Continued Just a Few of those High Priced Suits, Cloaks and Silk Petticoats left. Lots of them selling at Less Than Cost Now Sale Continues Until Wednesday Evening Do come and see what sacri fices we are making in order to make room for the Spring Stock. TeutEch's Dept Store Fastest Growing Store in Eastern Oregon. SI FOR IEUFJ ir;vi:u cowi.vmon will hi: ri i t. or interest IE'llro;i!s MJII Come In for K'i.iic ol III; viiUtll S'loi'lugc of Kloi'k iti-j IIiih ,DM (Vtlcnioii TIioiih ncc's f Jnl:n ItoosovcIt'H For Cxlry Policy to Re (ilvt'll Some Hot Shots riiia'iclnl Stringency and IN Remedy Id It' DlNcusscd. CitylBrevities All kinds of ood dry wood. 8e Mlnnls. See Mlnnli for good, dry wood that burns. Lots of It on hand. All winter taaU loins; at extra low price. Campbell's Millinery. The Sans Soucl club will meet this evening with Mrs. Lee Moorhouse. Unfurnished housekeeping rooms for rent. Enquire at East Oregonlan office. . All kinds of transfer work done promptly. Stansbery A Milne. Phone Main I. Fine store and office room for rent Corner of East Oregonlan building.- Enquire this office. Good Japanese cook wants situation to do fancy cooking and dainty past ry work. Enquire this office. Petaluma Incubators are the stand ard of the world. Bay the best. Goodman Hardware Co., agents. Send your Inquiries about Petalu ma Incubators to Goodman Hardware Co. We have a large stock. Cata logue mailed free. "The Eldrldge" sewing machines are guaranteed for 10 years. We sell much lower than the peddlar man. Goodman Hardware Co. Lost Lady's brown leather purse, containing some small change and check for $50 payable to Mrs. Clell Elgin. Return to this office for re ward. Wanted A first class bookkeeper wants a Job. Would poet books for mall firms that do not employ reg ular bookkeeper. Address S. H., care Golden Rule Hotel. Wanted To meet man with $3000 or three men with $1000 each (money not required Immediately) who can Invest In a tract of land. Can divide and sell out at profit of over 120,000. Investment absolutely secure; sure to make big' money. 'Act quick. Address Land, care East Oregonlan. The entire Japanese cabinet is dis rupted over the policy of taxallj.n and army and navy expenses. The members came near resigning yes terday, the premier handing In his resignation. Missouri Blacksmith Shop PILOT ROCK, ORE. We are now ready for your work in our new building. Right prices and prompt serv ice. Call and see us for horse shoeing, wagoh repairing, blacksmlthlng and machine work. COPEUKD & SON RACE WAR IN IDAHO. Greeks ami Japs Clash Over Work at Mountain Home. The Boise Capital News tells of a mlnluture race war near Mountain Home in that state; Information bearing on the race war, that appeared to be imminent near Mountain Home on account of the Importation of Jap and Greek la borers, was obtained today from F. E. Johnson of that place, who Is In Boise on business, and who states that the trouble arose over the can cellation of a contract between a land owner by tho name of Huston and another white man for the clearing and planting of sage brush lands near Frultvale. From what he heard of the trouble Mr. Johnson said that after the con tract with the white man had been cancelled, Huston contracted with a Jap restaurant man by- the name of Kayano for clearing and planting the land. The Jap In order to fill his contract had about 75 fellow country men Imported from the coast and put to work on the land lust week. Kayano was soon warned by some of the original contractors' friends that he had better get rid of the Jap anese or his restaurant would be de stroyed. The Japs were according ly deported and their places f iled by ubout 100 Greeks, who were Im ported from the east and who camp ed In tents on the ground while clear Ing the land. On the evening before Mr. John son left for Boise he said that a mass meeting was held, but he did not at tend. He afterwards heard that about 50 of the men, with masks on, had vis ited the Greek camp and notified them to leave within 24 hours. There was much excitement among the Greeks upon receiving this warning. The citizen of Mountain Home had not experienced alarm or fear of dan ger from the Greeks, who, It was thought, would quietly leave that vi cinity without causing any trouble. Plan a Model Liquor Law. Louisville, Ky., Jan. 20. Alarmed by the wave of prohibition legislation that has recently swept over the country, leading brewers, distillers and liquor dealers will meet in con ference here tomorrow to discuss the situation. The specific purpose, as set forth in the call for the confer ence. Is to place the trade aright be for the American press and public, and to .offer to society a model li cense law as the solution of the great problem of regulating the liquor traffic. The Norwegian Storthing unanl- t mously approved the treaty signed by representatives of Norway, ' France, Great Britain, Germany and Russia guaranteeing tho Integrity of Norway. f Balduffi pure sugar stick candy contains only the finest grade of confectioners- "AJ sugar best vegetable colors. The box contains twelve large light, porons and fluffy delicious sticks and the price is 10c the box. THE DRUO STORE THAT SERVES YOU BEST. Denver; Col., Jan. 20. It is like ly that congrecs will hear a few thins nhout tie need fur additional railroad regulation before the 11th annuiil convention of the American National Livestock association Is ended. Hundreds of delegates ar rived In Denver today to attend tho meeting, which opens tomorrow morning, nnd nearly every one has a hone t-i nick with the railroads. The shortage of stock cars, which h.n resulted In a loss of thousands of dollars to western cattlemen In the Inst yesr. Is the principal source of complaint. Another matter which will be ar gued pro and con Is that of the na tional administration's policy In re gard to forest reserves and pub'le grazing grounds. A majority of the stock raisers are decidedly opposel to the Roosevelt reign, in this matter, and will likely give expression t) their opinions In vigorous language. The subject of the extension of for eign markets for the meat prod"'s of this country will also receive much attention. Government meat Inspec tion and the cost thereof will be ful ly considered. .The financial strin gency and Its remedy, from the stand point of cattlemen, will afford an In teresting discussion. If the number of delegates already here and the Interest they are man ifesting Is a criterion, It Is certain that the convention will be most largely attended and Important in the history of the organization. Western stockmen are confrontl"ij many problems of vital interest to their welfare and prosperity and are determined to use every means In their power to secure relief. As a political force the stockmen of the country and their dependents are no Insignificant factor, and they will probably take advantage of this fact to urge congress to action. It Is declared by prominent Texas cattlemen that the railroad service, both -In the matter of supplying suf ficient cars and In the proper trans portation of livestock, Is more demor alized today than ever before. Hun dreds of thousands of cattle which had been fattened and put Into prime condition for the market have had to be turned back .to the ranges on account of the Inability; to get cars for their shipment to market. All the labor and expense of stockmen In fattening these cattle was wasted, Involving a loss of hundreds of tho'us ands of dollars. Laws for regulat ing the service performed by rail roads are even more Important than laws regulating rates, in the opinion of prominent stockmen, and they will demand that congress pass a bill at this session affording relief. Other laws which congress may be asked to pass for the benefit of the nockmen, Include an act preventing railroads raising rates without first securing the consent of the commis sion; a bill providing for reciprocal trade agreements with foreign coun tries, and the establishment of graz- ng districts upon the unreserved and unappropriated lands of the government. The western stock show, which will be held through the week, has now become a national event and entries have been received from all over the country. The new features of the ex hibition this week are carlot exhib its of range horses and displays of frvain and forage used In fattening livestock. The association Is offering about $10,000 In premiums, and spec ial prizes by associations and Indl- iduals will more than double the value of the offerings. Shcphard, Spokane; Louis Rathburn, G. L. R'chardson, Spokane; W. T. Atkln, Salt Luke; Louis Kcholl, Jr, Echo; E. E. Cleaver, Chicago; M. King, Echo; N. Browne!!, Edw. Culp, Wm. Reddig, Portland. Golden Rule Hotel. Mrs. Hudson, Tho Dalles; Mrs. B. B. Poag, Miss Nettle Poag, Umatilla; A. 8. Baty und wife, Portland; L. II. Fry, Starbuck; L. E. Kukill, Star buck; H. J. Brown, L. C. Scliedeck, Umatilla; Gene Erl Newport; Chris Dottle Nolan; Mrs. Annie Griffin No lan; C. M. Boorland, H. D. Jack, city; B. Chancy, Pendleton; W. M. Hector, Walla; C. E. Wallan, Adams; Pete Sheridan, Mrs. Pete Sheridan, Echo; Mrs. Kate Larsen, Mart n Lar sen, Salem; G. K. Harrington, Sa lem; O. A. Brown, Spokane; W. R. MeRoberts, Spokane; John Williams, John W. Mi-Fadden, Pilot Rock; Mrs. Berth Grant; Mr. Geo. Blanch ard and wife; E. Schell; F. W. Fos ter, Horre, Ind.; J. A. Swlnburn, city; J. P. McM-r.us and wife, Pilot Rock; Mrs. J. W. . Stubblcfleld, Mon ument; Mrs. L. F. Reining, Rltter; Miss XcIl Relslng. Rltter; Geo. L. Ward, Eeho; Mrs. H. E. Ward, Echo; H. A. Frans, Spokane; Miss Blanche Crayne, Echo; W. W. McQueen, M 1 ton; Sain Carmlchael, Hermlston; E. C. Wilson, Echo; R. B. Richards, Athena; W. A. Greer, Farmlngton; H. F. Jack, F. Greberlng, Echo; Erl Reynolds; O. A. Brown; Doc Maple and wife; Miss Alice Crowley, Canyon City; Joe Chaney, city; J. M. Taylor, Antelope; H. K. Potter, Madras. WESTON NOTES. Rank Foolishness. "When attacked by a cough or a cold, or when your throat Is sore, It Is rank foolishness to take any other medicine than Dr. King's New Dis covery," says C. O. Eldrldge, of Em pire, Ga. "I have used New Discov ery seven years and I know it is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds, croup and all throat and lung troubles. My children are subject to croup, but New Discovery ' quickly cures every attack" Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies. Sold under guaran- at Tallman ft Co.'s drug store. 50c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Hotel St. George. F. W. Lawler, St. Louis; F. M. Reeves, Portland; M. B. Maxson, Pi lot Rock; John Clancy, Portland; J. F. McNaught, Hermlston; G. Suskou, Portland; M. Howe, Tacoma; Otis Turner, Weston; L. L. Rogers and wife, Adams; Geo. T. Fields and wife, Seattle; W. R. McMahon, Spo kane; F. T. George and wife, Echo; Fred Taylor, C. C'. Simpson, Portland; C. C. Berkley and wife, city;. C. Cleaver, Prairie City; E. Holdman, Walla Walla; Cora Swltzler, La Grande;; A. D. Hoover, J. I. Spring er, Spokane; Ben. P. Scott, St. Louis; E. R. Thompson. Boise; L. C. Hill, St. Louis; L. K. Carmlchael, St. Louis; I. R. Laurance. Uklah; I. W. Isaacs, Portland; Mrs. S. E. Tucker, Colfax; J. M. Falley and wife. Her mlston; Wm. Dunn, L. Grace Newell, Wm. II. Daughtrey, Portland; E. Dlnsley, Chicago; R. C. Herron. Cor vallls; J. Sedore, Spokane; J. C. Moon, Robt. V. Beard, Portland; R. Second Semester at Normal WI1 Sooi Commence New Pupllx. Weston, Jn. 20. Weston Normal second semester wll begn the last of January when a number of new pupils will be enrolled. Some Improvements will be made for the second semes ter also. The recital given at the Normal Friday evening by Miss Hazel Crossen the Pendleton elocutionist, was tn .r oughly enjoyed. .After the recital a dancing party was given which w enjoyed by many of the young people. It Is the intention of the Normal factulty to secure the services of MIs. Crossen In teaching elocution . Lodge Officers. Fedor circle No. 146 Women of Woodcraft, has installed the follow ing officers for the ensuing term- Callle Simpson, G. N.; Etta Carmlch ael, past G. N.; George Carmlchael. clerk; Jennie Turner, adviser; Lul.i Clark, banker; Rebecca Culley, at tendant; D. C. Kirk and Eva Lle.i- allcn, managers; James Lleuallc-.i, outer sentinel; Cora Kirk, captain of guards. FARE TO YELLOWSTONE. Harriman Lines Will Add Side Trips anl Reduced Rates. In all probability the fare to and through Yellowstone park will be cheaper this year, says the Salt Lake Telegram. D. E. Burley. general pas senger agent of the Oregon Short Lino, has returned from Chicago, where he had a conference with high officials of the Harriman system rela tive to rates to be in effect to the park the coming summer. ; Mr. Burley said yesterday afternoon I that he was not at liberty to make I any definite announcement as to what the rate would be, but said that fr.'m I present Indications one or two new side trips would be added, and It was possible that the rate would be re duced. The rate last summer was approxi mate T5 for the trip from this citv tlnough the rark and return. The announcement was made this mornln;; that a train would leave Salt Lake e-ch evening during the season and would arrive at "the park entrance th fallowing morning. It Doe the Business. Mr. E. E. Chamberlain of Clinton, Maine, says of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. "It does the business; I have used it. for piles and It cured them. Used It for chapped hands and It cured them. Applied It to an old sore and It healed it without leaving a pear behind." 25 cents at Tallman & Co.'s drug store. rp lie RETS $1000 OX MEAD. Railroad Commissioner Hacks Relief Tluu Governor Will Elected. Probably the first bet on the out come of the coming state elections was made last week between Railroad Commissioner J, H. Easterday and S. Warburton. the former betting $1000 that Albert E. Mead, present gover nor of the state of Washington, would be re-eiected In November, says Ta coma itim. The bft was the resu't of a heated discussion that lasted for Scvetal hours. The men met by fhance and began bantering each other over state pjlltlcs. Finally Mr. Warbumr. wanted to bet $200 that Governor Mead would not fill the office a?ain, and as the argument grew In heat the bets were increased until the sum cf $1000 was agreed upon. Both en- tlumen drew and endorsed checks for that amount and the checks were tho placed in an envelope. A Cough Remedy That Cures. Hickory Bark Cough Remedy, made by The Hickory Bark Cough Remedy company, of Salem, Ore., guaranteed to he pure; guaranteed to curs your cough, or money refunded- Guaran teed to make a friend of you. For sale by all druggists and first-class dealera everywhere. Pendleton Druf Co. Personal to tho Tribune. Pendleton, Jan. 18. The manage ment of the Dime theater wishes to thank them for their advice In re gard to the condition and running of the theater. I also wish to say that In the future we will be more than pleased if they will mention any Im provements In our behalf. Manager Dime Theater. MAKE NO MISTAKE aMHMMBMHHMaHaMMaaMaaBMMM You make no mistake when you attend our 20 per cent Discount Salmon Muslin Underwear. Our line for the Spring Season Upholds our Sterling Reputation and stands preeminent for STYLE and QUALITY. Tho Alexander Department Store Givers of Best Values (cop Your on the PENDLETON BUSINESS COLLEGE DON 'T FAIL TO SEE THE DIME The Ladles' and Children's THEATER MOVING PICTURES That are funny and fascinating. XEW ILLUSTRATED SOXGS. PROGRAM CHANGES SUNDAY, TUESDAY AXD FRIDAY. Shops 2 to 5 p. m., and 6r.O to 10 p. m. Admission I Oc. Children under 1 0 yrs. 5c. MAIX STREET, NEVT TO RADER'S. THE conviction that newspaper advertising is the best and cheapest way to the pocketbooks of buyers continues to growf .'. .'. Just enough to carry you to the next with out a dollar to spare? Then this offer of the I. C. S. U vital to you. If you will write, telling the occupation yon wish to rise in, this, great institution will show yon how you can, without neglecting your present work, leav ing home, or distrtssinf yourself financial?, qualify yourself for a higher position and a better salary. It puts yon under no obligation to writ us. This is a bona fide offer to tamest men and women by an institution of 15 years' standing, representing an invested capital of 6 million dollars. Can you afford to pass U by f llWDWATONAl COiUSWNDENCl SCHWIS El See the Big Display In Window of Pondloton Drug Go. Call on Our Special Representa tive there to get imformation and booklet on several different courses we teach. Only One Week Jan. 20 to 27..