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,.. r- ElfJHT TAGES DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON. OREGON, TUESDAY, .TANUATIY 1 . mtS. PAGE SIX HERE'S A HAPPY CROWN PRINCE FROM ASIA 1 .... 1 . i J 1 r r AN INPFrFNOKNT NEWSl-ArKn I'nhllibcd IHilly mid Nrml-Weekly t IVa dlctitn. Oregon. Iit the oiikhoman ri nuismicj co. Sotm-wl t th pmteffl.f at rradtftoi), mmfm, mm ieeoud clans mall matter. IWi phoaa ON 8ALU IN OTiiKR CITIES IniMf lal Hotel New Mnnd, Portland. ItowiiMn New. ( . I'nrtlnnd, Orrfoa. ON Fll.li AT rhlraio Pnrcau, !H. Hee.irlty BulldlBK. Waahlinrton, I". C, Bureau 601 Four trrntta Htreet. N. W. SliitSlIUl'TlON lt.M'KS I ON ADVANCE) : Hally, lx month hj mail 3.50 ' ltl.v, tlireo tnontl.a iy ntall 1 j Onlly, ono nientli, lr ninll .r.o j Dally, oqo year by vartier 7 c0 j uaily,, m inoutlis. I.y earner :t.7f 1 inreq uio.iiu. uy cnrrior.- .. J.'.. .-. HI X iallv. I n H v. oiip month. l.v i'nrri.i teml-T-.Vcliij-, one y,Ntr. ly mall St-lttt Weekly, pit mnntllH, tv mall ii'tty, four mouths, by mail.... :si . .Ml ! r. jl -1 TO Till: MAV VKAIt. One soup fur thro. New year, One universal prayer; TeHQh tis till other teachings far above To rttrlo dark Hate beneath tlio winps of l.ovc, To slay all hatred, strife, And live tho larger life! To hinil tlio wounds that Meed; To lift the fallen, lead the Mind. ( As only love ean h'lid To live fur all mankind.' Teach us, New Year, to be Free men among the free, Our only master, but . with no t; Ood Savfe one our Maker, monarrhs ot the sod; Teach us with all its might. Its darkness and its light; . Its heart-bents tremulous, Its ETleT, Ha frloom. Ila beauty and its bloom Ood made Ibe world for u: , r Frank Stanton. I 'lion will bo proiiounri'tl !lhat Hie public will never con sent to a return to old conditi ons, nor will railroad stoek- ! holders desire to restore ri- jvatn management. ' On the assumption thai gov ernment operation of tlio rail roads will be permanent some J deductions may bo made that will highly interest the people of Pendleton and other interior points. First, the time will come, eventually if not quickly, when rates will be adjusted on a basis of equity, rather than 'with a view to meeti'iff conipe- tition or to buiklinj; up certain cities. The cost of service w ill lie the yardstick by which rates ! wilt be determined. If will I i M. ( ). Lal lUE "Will sell ai imblic mud ion ;i( liis place 15 miles southwest of Pendleton and (i : miles northwest of Pilot lloeli, on T It tifs 3ay? Jan.. 3 C'oinmeiu ui"; at 10:00 A. M. mA WORK MgmWnaW' Jmm II villi HORSES I'ra" 'I'll.' erown vrim r ' f Mllltl. the l-nilod Si:it-.', I,, be ediiealrd. This rli.li-sraiU fh"'v: Ho- :miil 1"' '..ni when he left the rteaiiief al San fact, this order was rescinded ' Dec. '0. The proposal to move the lj? ' Kram'Ui-o. The Sianie.se IrKUIion at ,,, : Washington will have elmrKe of him. ' I'rineo J'raoni; Insisted on hiitiKlnK In tho V'nited Slates Nai c'liian. his ihuni. Ju fact II was inllinaled ho ni'uld n-t conic without his trieml. nieaii thilt terminal rates must go, this regardless of water I 'competition. The government ,of mining proiierties be main will say that if freight can bo : tained and continued, hauled cheaper by water t han lt js .,u economk. wsu,lef i,ow wtr ,b v ,r over, to develop under present jBlcwett harvester factory to a be an end lou svstem under conditions new mines which .eoasi. point is unttme.y m Me v V .i i I V',u-1 ! , , , rf tn or)G1..,te at ot the tact Kovemment opera- which (lie interior has paid ex- tan not do nuat to opeiait iu ruiim-trls inttienfe cesive r-tes in order that ter- a reasonable prolit when nor- tjon ot the lailioads indicates mini I i a-t c ties might have i mal conditions are restored. that interior points will soon lower rates: rendlSton and I The Fuel Administration rec-1 intc , Uieir own Ui w 1 other inland cities will have !ognize3 the fact that develop- to s uvav from :fair de; l on tho transportation Iment cost is greater at the pres-j JJ-t ' - . THE DOOR TO NEW OPPOR. question. t win mean ine.ent time man prior 10 tne ! forCed to retrace its steps or TUNIT1ES j building up ot mantilacturing : ginning ot the war, a id, in business to h more ad- and jobbing establishments at i reclassifying mines under the i eomneti ff N the theory that it is im- point j where previously it has .President's prices it will take ijanUgeousIy located tompcti Jl poseible to unscramble been difficult to maintain such into consideration this present ,1 ............ "r eggs it may be set down industry and business. ! abnormal' cost. Persons con-j The young man who steals as a moral certainty that the There is hope for Pendleton templating the development of ; an ;iulo for thc pm.,)0SC tak federal government will be jn the situation. ' -Our jieople 'mining properties should bear hl, a joy rk,e a,S)) takes ., pertnanently in charge of the should prepare for a close in mind the iact that it is not; chaliCe at a penitentiary sen railroads of the nation. The !studv of the possibilities thatjthe intention ot the ruel Ad-!ten.0; whv face mch M rijtk advantages of , federal opera-; w;n' be opened and should : ministration to grant, special ;wnen a taxicab may be had for ' make ready to use the well prices for coal produced in ;l tlartcr? known brand of Pendleton en- new mines, wnicn pi ices ate in . . ergy towards the realization of ! excess of the government pn-, ti,, t-iief essential is thai those opportunities. ! es- merely because of thc :tact'OUI. soldiers have the artillery j ' ....... Ihat these operations are Tiew.!t;lcv- nectt ; if they can be had! NEW FUEL ORDERS sncw tieveiopineius miuuiu .uv.morc advantasreously 311 tonr-1 j made 011 such a basis that coal jaIKi or France than America tv HE Fuel AdministratiouiPioouceu tnetturuiu may uv get uiem tnere. V v has issued the fo low nar:'oia- normal limes, 1 SADDLE AND DU1V1N(J HORSES. 1 HEAD OV COLTS year olds. -one to two 1 Kentucky 20 Disc Drill. S 1 Kentucky l(i Hoe Drill. Bain 3 i-in. Wagoavith grain rack 1 Bain 3'j-in. Wagon with grain rack 1 Davenport roller bearing Wagon 1 .'5-in. Wagon with hay rack. 1 .'-bottom John Deere Plow. 2 2-bottoin Cashidy Plows. 2 Self -dump Wcedcr Blades. 1 ( lialani Fanning Mill. 1 Hodges Queen Binder. 1 MeCormiek Reaper. 2 20-i t. Walla Walla Harrows. 1 Covered Hack. And other articles loo numerous mention. t , to with grain rack, FREE LUNCH AT NOON TERMS All sums under $30.00 cash; on all sums over $50.00 time will be given until October 1st, 15)18 on approved notes bearing 8 per cent interest. Cash discount of 2 per cent on all sums over $50.00. Based On Cost Per Tablet Jt Saves 9Vc.! O. La HUE, COL. W. F. YOHNKA, Auctioneer. E.I Owner SMITH, Clerk. CASCARA Krf QUININE ItoadTanee in prk for rtn J0-yar-sM remedy 25c for 24 tablet Some cold tablet bow 30c for 21 tablet y wurc on proportioovte coat per tablet, you ave 9Hc 4ien you buy Hill Cure Cold to 24 hours (trip In 3 day Mouey bacfcifitfails. S4 Tablet for VSc At any DruiStoca The United States Fuel Administration is desir ous that, during the coming at a profit, and sold at present at the government prices or less. An order was issued by the Old U'17 is handing a real job to his successor. months, the maximum prod uc-' United Stales Fuel Administra tion of coal mines be realized, , tor on November 2o, 1917, rc- that the capacity of the mines latmg to new nunes, which has A happier New time. Year next tpparently caused considerable misunderstanding as to the every practicable "way, and policy of the administration on that'the normal development this question. In view of that ; be realized, that the capacity of the. mines be increased in J.IIIIWTII !' . K.W.S 1J.M.Y. "SWa, .. , Port Nholoi The the iiiiniiiH HOOVER SAYS 6 3 11 as 1 I s.-s II is 11 ia K5 we sell it, fresh every day. 10c a Gallon Be sure and ask your grocer for 1 tiriftst )fl rjil ii(-tt lie- (ai'tiiiift Its littllfatiini. inHM tirav l"k seven hhi'k mi posit inn of i i.s iiiininrtJi I I f:, ;mU on lis coin U:i iMi slciw- t-tl tin ntinor(. ililiiUfiire roKarUint; iu puhli'-n t ion. In-Irrl, he docs not Htciu ii h.ivt eri'"'iiffy roi.sifii'''l tim fnuion of print hie; tin: pofiu tint il t lirotmh Jlor.Tfo. Va I pole's i-ntl.u.siu.sni in ilis tribut insj mn ns-Tipt - tipifH it cjtnm to Ins firs that the .Mmkhziiio of Mn ga.'.ii''ss int'iiri(Ml tn niake. nsi- ot" it, vhen, to fonut.r Hip pitntcs, Ik khv Wa tpolc inst met iun.s "to ma !. Jjodn print il iiuinndia try from your copy, but without my luiin.1.'' 3'ivo days la irr, on lA.-b. 1 ii, 1 1 , , I iriflnlry. with fotnincniiiihlf! prom pt i -hkI'', i;:5no'l a lartz' quarto ii.unphl-t, a non vm oils, pi'iM'd lid. cnJitUMl "An E1pc' Wro'w In ;i Omntry t.'liuiclt yard. i Within trn yartf fifteen authorized EnglUh editions vorc rallffl for, tho piratwl nditiona vrrrr countleaH, and it w3 "liffrd' by .about ovury iiiaKaztno ! in tho country. I OVERLAND AND WILLYS- m'Si KNIGHT AUTOMOBiLES ft V., ill e e,l.. the luMMi- ,J Kj T ' i A t I I ...ISM.-H nil. I he:. Illy ..t II. in enr f T w . - 4 , I' II:. . .:,.!!.: I ..K;...l.-1ae fit.- P V t . , . ' ft ' h ,,,..r I.'. 1.m,-h:.,e. '7. (" It 1 S The I.I.S I... . 'i 1 1 1: 1 1 - -- 1 1 ' jfiL M, tt.mft U ' - J V, 1 tJ i.ei.r h in .-...v ....llar WV 'vr-i? .VW V Tr g .urn Nellins f..r 11 rule 1: vjlii i,. '.si.A 4 . ,".. I i:ve,vl...,ly knows ll,:,l tli- r4 J W j. -r V VH to 'Jit E .-U the l.tiiselesstiew ..r lllix ! :i I ieljS ' " I. Mil.-. ...... .-.jv., v e , ,f r H -. ,--? I - " ',mv wfnfwv?- " '" J it . II III 11 ti.H ... siV'ff t - K n ii; III s ,i- j.inti' pi iidnt-od and Kivinu the moM re i n;i ikiibl." s.il i.sfnclion, I ;vorliody 1. 1 tows Unit imtli intf h;ts cviT fs.-!ioiidv h;iUfitK--d tho noiscb-Jisrir. oT Ihin ( pi of motor. It hiiM lln- softor iinr" (.iin-hirn-d with Kr.'itest power for it :-nzo. Its tdvel Kinoot lim-ss puis nil othi-r moioivi of liJ.u potti-i- to tshaine. . tn.nfet. James L. Elam iiVi'JIiljLM KIGALI IS 7JI JoUnson St. I'houi: 71 J'enilleton, ore. t !.IU"lllkIF" Jl Jew Way to -ft PAPKH MO.N'KV'S MCK.NAMliS V. -i i - A e- fl mm iniinii i .mi .ii ir i ' "" 77) 5 lf.it .1 it j ins? i i? ts' ! ; firitiIi Soldifi'H lif:.iin.Mo (ni'i'n- ! S : mi nt JVot?s CS,.'' ' Ninv that pappr money f a pwnia- nent p;irt. of mn pocket, curreney, o . SSg wait ho inrvituhl nickiimnc for Hit notf!?, which is sure- lo i:omc. SS I f we followed t he precede n I sH aeroHM the Atlnnti'- in 1S2, when '"nrrjenb;ii;ks" first niade their appej.r it nt-e, we might be satisfied with -Fi "VestniinHters'' with reference to the 3f tvy admirable ltthot;raj)h of tite jal a eo vhieh adorn t he reverse of t he 7H new notes. Somethins' better than ; thnt is lime to come mIoiik- In tho army the notes are known as HEg "i 's" in jocular ; llnsion to ' lie re- unirf.nble narrow chest wliih the art ist Una I4lven .St. .i(;or.K' who is in i:on fib t with a very robust dingori. , london Chroniele. ANSCO -iCANi&EX FILM L Ci w, j .e?dp 5 Ir flH"? C 4 tic rvi wT FRESH, 414 Main Street, Pendleton made in Pendleton EVERY P001 GUARANTEED. Telephone 444 SS HUON H.VUj A t.MT s to itieii-rsir xation? H 1,1 ..N TH .". I'ee. J. The i.nke t.f Hi3 Weatmiiiter has tleei.led In j.rese.it ICatn HhH. hiK iii:iKtiil'ie-.i He.it. mi the iiee. near t'hcHter. to the itritish " tiHlion, the Jiaily ixpreKs un.ler- 3g StUM.if-. z Katon Hall, .'l tnaKiiifieent ;Mlhie Ml riictur'.. is mi example tt an Kntf li.vh :i.ri.stocratie inanHion julurne.i with all the resourees c.f modern art. fitted tip with laviwh exienditure and surrounded with extensive KroundM. M ineludin i?reat i;r(cnhou.:3, fine ter n racpa and a famous stud farm. r5 Th Iuke, ine of Knstand'w weal thiest men, owns 30,000 acres in t h .i,Miiiiiiii..iiiiii.imT..iM.Mi.i..,.r.lii.!t..l..riiiii,.ti. ? . ........ w... 'T'lTK Ansro V'cr.t 1'ocKet Speedcx ratclies swifily inovini; hfjtires without a blur. It i:ets into action quickly when every second counts. Von ran change tile focus, the veil am' opening of the shutier instantly antl accurately whil- viewinK tbu iinace? in the finder. Let us show Other Anscos $2 to ''iff' TALLMAN & CO. Leading Drufiitt aiirorraa A rciil circlctour tlirough Eastern Oregon, Southern Idaho, Utah,Salt Like City, Nevada, Rainbow Caiv yon, thence into Southern Califof nia, where thc traveler is greeted by a vast expanse of orange groves. b,m Bernardino, Rcdlands, Riverside and Los Angeles completes the first half of the. circle. r This route of constant surprises is Union Pacific Salt Lake Route The Pleasant Way to Sunny California N'-xt time (,"" tin's way and enjoy a truly "different" tniir. Return m.iy be m.ide by trains of thc Sh.ist.r Rout.-, or co.is.t-wisc .sf i-:imhip of the S.F.tf P. SS. 'o. Call upon any O W.R. R.ty'N. agent, or writ Win. McMurr.iy, Cicneral Passenger Agent, Port' land, for full information anj California literature. ( ! m i I ,ii'miiiimpnit"nm!iii'"M"mnMMi!!i'"Hl Uuiujmuiiial.UiiiUhiliiluia.llllJiUiliiliiililllil.ii"ii uniiniunanininiJiiiinriiiciijiiJ.iJiuiiimiiHnmmnnni I' ' ': H 1' 1 : M' : : I I' ! 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