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Great Slaughter oi Prices
Winter Goods Must be Closed Otit.
We arc pOtlitlH Ottl Hll OUI Ittiti ..ml OVtrCOfttt) .it a big it
diction during this tain Vou will find uir net pricea lar below
tha pricea til others on the same goods, notwithetanding tha
bin discounts offered by some, Tiie aixe of the discount docs
not n i" anything to the purchaser: it is the net prior that
determines whether an article is a bargain
Ladie' tV - i and Wrapper! ut reduction,
l. -'h ' Uapoc and Kuri
Flannelettei And French Flannels a: out prion.
Comfort .t h :tt l i'tluc'd irictts
ami i ; ome ot mi bargains
Where Whole Families canTra.de
SATURDAY, JANUARY II 1901
. , . . ... ,
Th. atmoaphete Is eonsldernt ly ,
tkSBred today In the vdinlty of the
city hall Many p rsons have labored
umler I mlsappr-li"iisUui regarding
the true status. This It Is:
No prOpoaltiOB has at any time
I. in l.efoi- the i if. government ful
the suppression of Vice in the term of
gain tiling bawd) houses or slot ma
Chinee If was nol proposed to the
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manr . ounrllnien or any others con-
neeted with tin City attain, that the
lav. In enforced
i' w.i.- intended I"
permit the PHttaa bO run and the oth
ers to continue as here;o!ore with tin
alteration that the city to receive
a hlKhcr license fee per mouth fa
those who wen allowed t.. remain!1'
h re. though htlatlni tat
principle Lavotved waa thai of in. reae- .(, t wo,v M w!ll, h Ku, p
ad revenues, and there v. ... i.u other! im-ers spout seven years and $2!:'.
at stake in .. far ae it appear- t.. "" and wave up as Impracticable
those who iooi, on and h. a. bo ator completing only two-attha of the
,("',, i. For the prtvnaga oi tryhta in
Ther. srere to be no iroi utious complete in elKht years for ioo.ooo,-
aaairs: the owners of Kamee, with iauul "bloh, when toaapletea,
would not lie under our control,
the purpose ot cloelnc them. The city , uUquaied uae.il.p,rv which
was to auamaal Its reeaeaiee aad would be thrown as id tor modertt ma1
mak. those who an eOMOOtoa' With ehiaery siiallar o tin Uictl In con
and interested It. the Hiatal practices 'trttcttoi th.- OhtoBflO dralnaxe .anal,
pa, twtae as much a, they had paid. J JT
until tiu harvest period .am., when American enaiaeers aad condemned
they would do a much better humm-iis i- Impracticable.
with their Karnes and the.et.ii. were w tW ask.-d to pay the
t. dav twk. i. rnuei, . month ir.o a"""" '" he old haul .t I'anama
o p iu. as mun p.. month ,Cana c,,,,,,,,, to ,., jl(.V(,
as a virtual license. Itb.-m i the burden that w. may take
To this the owner of the gauiea ! "I" a heavier .me ourselves.
as-.ed, and this would hav.- been the L JJEJ1 ?J5? !";",0-,M,, 'r
" " , I lie pllvilexe ol doiox what We have
prok'ram, without a hitch, had net a decided a dozen times we would not
misunderstanding arose between the do In our own interest: w are usked
factions. Indeed a representative of abandon all attempts to construct
the owners of the gamea was present 1 '"' nal under on. own con
... r ' trol on a route that suits un, and to
a- th. eaaeaa attaadsd by mayor bb4 eaataa ourselves to a route on which
councllmeu. and the plan for higher the experience of the ablest French
monthly tines, or virtual licenses, was engineers has demonstrated that no
a mil' h ar anyone's the plan of the
Sam. owners themselvt-B, and It ap
pealed to th.- ofllclals as a good flnan-
clal policy, hence its adoption
It is not learned that anyone con
nected with the city government ob
ected to the plan so this settles the
matter aa to whether the Illegal
game., and bawdy houses were to be
As a matter of fact, It U believed
by any rational men that an attempt
to root out the gameb and bawdy
housed would utterly fall for want of
upport from the people of the com
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munltj This ix deplorable, hut It la
true. Many persons who Inveigh
axainst the ailowlnK of such tbluga
would not themaelvea have the"nerve"
t. publicly back a movement fur sup
pression, tilcadlnK that they could not
afford to antagonize the elements
that would be ho antagonized.
It waa in the knowledge that such
waa th.- case that the mayor and
.. . , , .
council determined to form some plan
wherehy the city would reap Buaucial
benefit from the situation. All were
agreed on the proposition as to the 11-
censes or nnes.
But let it he sal.) plainly, that most
most of the talk ahout th. question
being oriKluallv one of high principle.
is largely bosh, and all men know it
to tw Doeb It waa good American dol-
greatly reduced in price, i
before tha stock i picked T
lurs for the city treasury that was de
sired, and that was tho original Idea.
However, this permanent compro
mise was amUMTed, and was spoiled
the quarrel that arose. There does
not seem to be much dtteiwaoe bt
tweea the positioi, of the two factions
hi lar as principle Involved be coll-
cerued. and only h a compromise can
. i . ,
in-tiling nui eini iiriv.
Whether one side or the other wlu.
:t will not alti r the statue There
win yet na. been right aad wrong on
FORTY MILLION FOR WHAT.'
Under the proposition ol the
' .mama nam Hu imn nmuu
in imnri ill ii.i, 7 I", i ....... iii
,, ,ilf .
1. For a concession that binds us
t pay the Colombian government
' "i'i In rents for the J'ana
railroad and at the sen least, M,
,000 In rent for a canal that wi are
i-ii, ,i cone eaa ton undei which it
imposeiwe 101 an American canal.
..v tiid and cuutrolleil liv the Pnlted
Si Ml is tn ri. i iniTil r . I
canal or permanent usefulness to com"
merce can be constructed.
We are asked tO contribute lio.000.
"oo to the fund that has been used for
years to prevent the construction
of any Isthmian canal. t prevent the
extension of American influence, to
. ripple American enterprls.
thwart American purpose.
. W an' "skr,1 "' k1v' u" tbttt naH
been a.-ciired by recent treaties to
,urreuder th- hop.- of controlling the
Pacific, and to hind ourselves to a ,
P"?! ffS?11 frau'1 aml ,,ur'eU ,
This Is the climax of a campaign of:
impuden.e and deception, but unless
congressmen have lost their senses
,Me Proposition will he rejected In a
way to close the case for all time.
WELL DONE, MARYLAND.
Tuesday was a redletter day In
Maryland politics, for It was then
that Gorman was re-elected to his old
place In the tlulted States senate.
.darylaud Is to he congratulated upon
her achievement. She has done a
K00'1 tMn for ner'lf 'or the nation
and for humanity. No senatorial i
ele(..to or r,..elt.ron o( . yt.ar ,.an
surpass thin one In usefulness and I
moral Influence Maryland has done
This is not aald with Insufficient I
knowledge of what 8enator Oorman i
stands for. He Is undouhtedly one of
the worst men in American public life,
A thorough spoilsman lu purpose, un
scrupulous as to methods and regard
, overy polltlca, aml Illora, .
thin as a nere Instrument of his per
soaal afgiaadlteBwat his influent
Is continuous!) exerted fur the bar
gain and sale of public Interest and
tho dethronement f the public con
science In t hesc and other respects.
Mr QorOMB'S elevation COUld correct
ly represented nR a cnlmntty for pre
ent and lor future generation. In
one respect, however, Ills service Is
so great as to compensate for all else
that can he said aiinl-ist htm We ar
eapt him itadlr In the room of what
be relieves us rvf.
There la a man In the United State
senotc from Maryland who. when his
COfflltry was It) danger. Stood with Its
sneinlee, gave them aid aad coin fori
and hampered the efflelency 0( Its
arms. There Is a man In the United
States from Maryland eBO, when
his country's chief Magistrate eas
stiuck down by the assassin's band,
spoke coldly of the dead ami Mid the
catastrophe was aothlni to Mini This
Is perhaps tlu'only man IMiik whOSI
replacement by such as Gorman
would be a unlti IDT progress and hOB
sety, There was aaothei lut he Is
dead. Me culled hlmselt CsOlgOeS.-
ANARCHY IN HIGH PLACES.
Then- Is not a railroad corporation
nor a ralhoad trafhY n:ent who dOOS
nol know that rate cutting is prohtb
Had by lav. yet most of them do not '
nesltatl tO violate the law secretly or
opaal) fOl gnln Iii Chicago on Tin -lay,
the traffic manager ol the lines of
the Pennsylvania ralhoad west of
Pittsburg Mr MoCabe, teatlfylni he
ron the intet stati commerce cotntnli
llOOi acknowledged hi n maunei that
was rudely Impudent his Mult hi this
matter He said that he did not mail:
tain the published rates on meat !'.'
dttCtS last year, that he made reduc
Hon of B cents on July 21 nm! another
Of II cents in October. When asked
to furnish the records, he said the
records had not been preserved: and
when Baked why not. his aBSWOI was
"Poaalbli beeauaa it was thought that
you might ask for them." The ques
tlosn and answers following were
"Then you mean to say that those
records were destroyed to remove the
evldeace ! your Illegal acts"
"Frankly, thai might be th reason
tor destroying them."
"Who taken the reepoaslblltt) tot
oi dei lug violations of the interstate
ommerce law. for orderina secrel
tl net Ions in the rates on the Penney!-
"i am in charie ot tragb again ami
do what 1 ..insider ie.ess.ir tor the
'st Interests ot the company."
Ot'i.-i trafli. managers oniess.il to
III'.- acts of violation of law. Is It any
wonder that the plain people grow ran
live when seek things are done b)
' iii"itloiis mid their reprcsen
lath St In our aobei Judgment, con-
i t III..- this l the manager' ot bus
Ineee Interests, in contempt of utw and
;n derision cf Its poultice, is vastly
more Influential to promote anarch)
than the assassination of public of
p. "is i. it it, not so horrible-, bat
:r. . .lemornlllug Hoston lleiald
Two rears ago v. x Rydsewaki,
0WW r o! a saloon and bowling alley
In Smith Chicago, began Co save all
tb pennies be took in at his aatab
liahment n' iix.-d np a box ami in
aaa to drop the coppers as they were
vcd. Itoceatl) the box as open
sj and 'our BMO spent ail thell -paie
time null! evening couiitlug the coins.
t .. venlai it was approilmated that
ttjBoO pennies had been saved
namplsti Iniesnal imeruai
1 1 - ..tin. in tew Kvees asm
uuuuui oi .uTi.ua sop (,) lo
clumiiHi Uiu .kin of i ruiiu mn.l anlSI snd
..ii. .. on- oi" K-ni- i teOele, i dts i as Otaa
uiuut (Am-.i.t,! liibUull ullny IU Iiiuk. Irnu
li.in, Md liiduiiiiaUi,n, uml aiHitliti and hrul
sa 1 1 bt uu. Rsaokvawr ttai htoeeeisad
rli'mme tin- LUi.i.l.
A aliitflu art I- olUi. .j!Ucim Ui euro Uiu
nui.t luiiuiliiK, .liKiiguruiK ifela, li uu. I
blood humor., ra.hu., lui.ln., i,d I rrtta
SM r. with MM ol hnlr. wbiuitlin lic.t knL
dltni Kild nil .ilh. r r. in. i . . mil
FALUNG HAIR ' -
W are the l.rw.-r i,,.!...! ..
Luui ..ikthuiik nm. i.iii, r . in tin- World.
Write (or our OelelOSIM
MILLS NOVELTY CO., Chicago.
i sT johh son mi m
The Louvrt Saloon
WMMMOa . OKKWOB,
fKV I C i J
This Bcautii'ul Mother
"1 Cannot Help But
" As Soon as 1 Find
one of the greatest foes with which
every family hie" to contend our
changeable climate. To protect the
family (Soil Mk and coughs Is always
u eerlous problem, uml often ImpoSelhhi
NK)ller or later It Is the Inevitable fate
of every one t catch cold, rare lu
sveidlllg exiHuru and the use of ptopat
clothing w ill paobMl from the fr.-piene
and pashap the severity of eoldt, but
with th greaSsal of precAutlou-. they
will come. Thin Is a s.-tthsl hwt of
human e x m i u nee.
Kss'ciall tin- true during the
stormy Bad unst tth-d weather d early
winter. Bverybody mnel snyoet t be
caught somen liero or KMSeboe i
I'orhapt. ii will be wm feet, or cold
draught, or dump clothe, or may In- too
aloes aaHftasawat in hot rooms ami then
going ont Into the cold curelesslv, or It
James A. Howard
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
Court St. near Firt.1 Nat. Rani.
has Hual Astute fur Sale
ec arr;a of choice v.ncat 1 1.
about ten m.lat northeast of Pentlie
ton. Thia la onn of the finest improv
ed farms in the county ana nas jooc
scdocl advantages. Will all tor case
or trade for equal value in unimpin, i
Eight fine Iota in Pendleton at $1CC
each, on easy terms.
1C0 acres of wheat land south o
f-con I" ton. ttfOO.
M acres cnoice fruit and garden
lano near Milton. One-naif of tract
n bearing fruit tree , 7 .eras fji
fa. AH under irrigation. Finely in
proved. 120 acres on McKay Creek, 2C
acree a1 botton land under irugtion,
-Ji""- ooa wneat lano. well Im
HO acres good wheat .jd. in a
tody. four wiles from Pendleton;
ten is half cash balance on time to
suit purchaser at S'i par cent In
REAL ESTATE for SALE
4M0 acre near IVinlU-ion.
-iu aeree near I'.-mlh t,,
820 Meres near I'eii.lleton.
160 sx-r.,-. nwr Pendleton
acree near Pilot lUxik
li acree wh.-Ht Uu.l
l0 acree wlitrnt land
10 a iM wheat laud
3a0 aered wheat land
l-li acrvH whertl li,.l
10 acres wheat lan.l
1HII aeies wheat land
Krom 6 to miles from town.
Six New Houses Cheap.
Havlugs Bank Building, Pen.lletou, Or
n k n n 1 1 ii n i
i K II K L II III
nay di j MMc aruniL,! Wlifj PPpTTKi
iiia lie one of u thoiiHUiid otlior little
niNliaps, but no one Is ahroud enough Ui
always avoid the inevitable satntilni
SoiiuitliiiHH cohla eome like an opt
demlO everybody seems tohavn one at
once. The very air about us Is poiaon to
the head, throul and lungs.
There Is BO fact of medical solsnee
better known than that l'uruna cures
cntjtrrh whorevor loeatetl. Thousands
of families In all parte of the United
State are protected each winter by
lVruna. once lu Uio family Peruna
always stays. No home can spare Pe
runa after the first trial of It. A splendid
example of this fact la found lu the
iH'iiuliful home of Mrs. l'aul Peachel, of
11 Qaitaaaa street, Newark, N. J. Itead
Skw.uik, N. J., June 17, 1UUU.
Dr. N. II. Ilurtinan :
car Sir "My three children were
sc k and my huaband had an attack ot
la grippe. I gave the children I'eruna,
and now they look aa If they hadn't
been alck at all. I also gave It to my
hushund until he waa good and wall.
I do not know how I could have atood
taking care of them and being up night
and day, had It not been for Peruna.
'Laat winter waa the tint winter In
alxteen yean that I did not have a
cough. It la Impoaalble to explain my
thanks In words. I never looked aa
well as I do now.
"I'eruna la our family madiclue and
always will be. I do my own home
work and aewlng, and get along lovely
now that I am mo strong and well,
thanks to I'eruna and your good advice.
Yc u get
Wiin you drink
(JUajTRlltlBsjcl UOl U
uust btHtdfjcha or
Ak for it.
ScHllIt? KreWlflff fifl
ov,,u,l' UICWIIIJJ WV
and other buildiug
- ha?e a large stock of
(or tMirut and dwelling
N Lses Is1
Altf. St , o;t ?(url HoBM
"'ease as aaae
am never n is,,.., l.
" "vvi II, (i
find the chUtna knei
J . . - At
inem feruaa. A t
them, and I hnn, m
" a lrier.il Indeti
14 (hi It mm., .St,
A Hsi hall,
Peruna hit tan vti i
booms wits the mm 1
lowing ire uunni...
"I am iMdytn ipHkij
Tor or I'eruai iml
irlnl thi.m foraaulT.
mvself mil f.miu j
al I the doctor chunn thto I
na curwl SM of ftmiln um
destas could dol um
ferinL' womar u ...n.,, 1
What ho hi done fur n j
you."-Mrs. M. E.Hey
I'rraua kiiri to
Mr. Mart Ooerte, Cs
"My husband, rhlldral
havu used your mdhSMI
ways keep them In tin- ha
n.s-eiuillv." Hit. MirliOi
IM . llirtininV lilett I
will bo sent free upon i
n. 1.1 res. Thin book COOl
ii.L'i'Mii IntcrenUui; t .1.:
will be found lnvilmlld
.iilltii' llii'tn ti iniftnl am
r n -T-
the many litUe auiTbill
children that oom vtnl
westhi-r of winter.
The Place to
1 where rno uu rrtl
UUick iii.1 f tty
Best line ol
LttlSMl 1 m
A Doon W
Cotta l ip
R. FURSTER, ft
Best 25 cent
a the City
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i ' fell'