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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1903.
iv Rway Week
m HUNDRED AND FIFTY BEAUTI
mECES OF STAMPED LINENS jTO
GIVEN TO tA'-n win ur vjuis. tAan
cTOMERS THIS Wfitift.. o 1 AMf C.D
VLIES STAMPED TRAY CLOTH,
AHPED LUNCH CLOltl and alAMrtD
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ifxander Dept. Store
IrOU ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE? Try Pendleton Boquet and
of Umatilla. Made at home. A. ROHDE, Maker.
COOL and SHADY
Places to bang a hammock these hot days is a most
delightful anticipation. Every lawn has a shady
place and at the prices we are offering our new stock
cf hammocks you can't afford to be without one.
We've got all kinds from Si. 50 up.
lompson Hard war c Co. , 62 1 Main St. !
Headquarters for Fishing Supplies. j
H 1 1 1 H t I ! 1 f I Wll.imilllllHlHH I I I'
i Its Merit
Has the large demand for
Byers' Best Flour
i built up. Only the choicest wheat that grows enters in
ls Best Flour. It's perfection in Flour. Made by the
END. PTnw t?rT i Turn t c
W. S. Byers, Proprietor. j
'pewriters for Everybody, $35, $50 and $95
Visible Typewriter is
the racket. Cannot
' e Pe. Writing in
He speediest machine on
and see our testi-
Typewriter received the
Gold Medal at the Paris Ex
position over all others.
Will do the work of any
Typewriter Supplies and
Rubber Stamp goods.
MAPLE BROS, Agents
Electrical Supply House
217 Court qt.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF
MINERS AT DENVER.
New Rules Adopted Resolutions In
dorsing Socialism Are Agreed Upon
Stronger Support Voted to the
JOIN THE PIONEERS.
Denver, June . -After n warm do '
uHiu, uio convention of the Western
Federation of Miners today reaffirmed
its former declaration for socialism,
by ndopting the following resolutions:
"Whereas, the natural resources of
tho earth, upon which humanity de
pends, arc being swiftly concentrated
into the hands of the privilege few;
"Whereas, political independence is
a bauble and a delusion whllo tho
tolling millions bear the yoke of
wage slavery on tho industrial field;
"Whereas, no man among tho vast
army of laboring humanity can suc
cessfully assert his manhood while
his necessities make htm n suppliant
nt the foot or another for a job which
he must havo to sustain life; and,
"Whereas, the privileged few who
own tho jobs which the many must
have must necessarily own tho man;
"Whereas, capitalism can never bo
dethroned and wage slavery abolish
ed until tho natural resources of tho
earth and tho machinery of produc
tion and distribution shall he taken
from tho hands of tho few by tho
political power of tho many, to be
come tho collective property of all
mankind, to be utilized for tho use
and benefit of all humanity; nnd,
"Whereas, tho socialist party is tho
only political party in any nation of
the world that demands that tho land
nnd tho machinery of production shall
become the common property of all,
and that labor shall recelvo tho lull
product of its toll; now, therefore, bo
'Resolved, That tho delegates of
tho Western Federation of Miners, in
their 11th annual convention reas
sembled, reaffirm the political policy
of the 10th annual convention, believ
ing that the principles enunciated by
the socialist party will make tho no
blest 'work of Gbd,' woman the queen
of tho home, and the child tho bud
and blossom of an emancipated gen
Tho resolutions wore adopted by n
Aote of 125 to 20. The convention
adopted a resolution condemning t'na
employment of child labor In mines,
and limiting membership in the
unions to persons over 16 years old.
This affects coal mines especially.
Tho convention concurred In a resolu
tion from tho Butte Stationary Engi
neers' Union condemning the "ntri-
can Federation of Labor for organiz
ing a dual union there.
Union cards as a means of Identifi
cation were abolished. Only duo books
will bo used, hoarlng vhe stamps that
show standing and length of membership.
A fund of S250 was turned over to
tho delegate of the Miners' Union at
La Jarpe, Kan., to In dispensed li:
relieving flood sufferers.
A loan of 520,000 was made to the
Union at Sanden, B C, 'or purchasing
furniture for Its hospital.
A telegram was received irom
Searchlight, giving notice that tho
miners there, numberiiir; -100. refused
to accept u cut In wages which the
operators had Joined hands to en
force when tho new elghl-hour law
goes into effect June 31. ThiR stilko
will involve 3,000 to 4,000 men.
A now codo of signals, calculated
to lessen tho risk of accidents, was
adopted, and will bo put In u30 in all
mines in the West.
The convention sanctioned tho de
mand of Anaconda, Mont , smeltermen
tor higher wages.
The convention lute loduy voted to
lucreose the per capita tax 4 rents per
month for the support of the Ameri
can Labor Union Journal, a copy of
which is to bo sent to each member.
A committee of 17 members waB
named to draft a new constitution and
report at this convention. In order
to make this possible, tho time of the
convention was extended ono weel:
,t ....... .mictltiitl,.ri la mnfln npnnaKnrV
by the rapid growth of the organlza- j t
Hon and its extension over a greany
enlarged territory. When the present
constitution was adopted the organ
ization had 18,000 members, while
now it has 200,000, an Increase or 100.
000 within tho last year, It now takes
In many classes of labor not provided
for in the old constitution.
Three Days of Enjoyment
weeK at Weston.
Weston Invites you all to tho Ninth
Annual Reunion of ho Oregon Pio
neers of Umatilla county, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday. June 11. 12, 13,
Weston is among the prettiest towns
In Oregon, and is Just now at its pret
tiest, its lawns will be open to visit
ors, llrlng your baskets.
Fine programs have been arranged
for all three days, and you will enjoy
tue exorcises at the spacious arbor,
near Weston's new fountain.
The prnclpal speakers will bo Rev.
M. II. .Marvin, Rev. Andreas nam,
and U. S. Senator I.ovl Antony.
Amusements will be mndo a special
feature. The sports program will In
clude some spirited dashes nnd hurdle
races for good prizes. Baseball each
day. Thursday and Friday, Milton vs.
Adams; Saturday, Weston vs. tho
Reduced rates on O. R. & K.
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of tho way place.
remote from civilization, a family Is j
often driven to desperation In case of
accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
wounds, ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth. 25c, at Tollman & Co.,
drug store. j
Murder In First Degree.
Union, Juno 5. Wade nnd Wood
son Grey, father and son, who killed
Arch Halgarth nenr Elgin In March,
have been Indicted for murder in the
first degree by tho grand jury. Tho
case Is set for trial Wednesday, Juno
Monopole, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets ami pails.
Hot Weather Specials
This hot weather makes all feel that we need the very lightest
clothing we on get, and we arc going to make this a week of
Special Bargains in Hot Weather Goods
Ladies gauze vests, sleeveless, jc each.
Misses gauze vests, sleeveless, 3c each.
Ladies knee length knit gauze drawers, 69C, 50c 30c and 35c
Ladies lace hose, all sizes, several styles, 25c pr.
Ladies lace hose, silk finish, worth 40c, special $oz pr.
Ladies sunbonncts, good assortment, 25c, special 30c each,
Japanese silk, all colors, 35c yd.
Crystal cord wash silk in waist patterns, 4 yds, $1.75 pattern
Ladies tailor made suits, special reduction of ao per cent on
Ladies walking skirts and dress skirts, all grades ao per
The above prices are good for a week, and all who desire to
save money will find this the place to buy, and now the time
Agents for McCall's Patterns
Low Sellers of Groceries
YOU WILL probably need some camp supplies
nnd we have anticipated your wants by laying
in a big stock of Camp Stoves Fold Chairs
CotsTables Tents Wagon Covers
Dutch Ovens Tin Reflectors for baking bread in
fact everything you might need in camp at
406-412 AlAIN ST.
Local agent for the North German Lloyd Steamship
Company. Tickets sold to a'l parts of the world.
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alogue of them.
Write the East Ore
gonian for a free cat-
A full supply always kept in stock.
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We have a stock of goods that range from a Baby f
Walker to massive quartered oak library furniture Our line
j of couches and sofas is very complete including some beauti-J
I ful designs for the home also some plain yet elegant black
I leather couches for office or library. I
t Our line of Carpets ranges from 2 or 3 ply ingrain to I
! heavy Wiltons and body Brussells of latest designs. We have t
! art squares, rugs, curtains, mattings and linoleums in endless j
t variety. i
uni HAT'S IN A NAME ?
Undard" ' lands fr something. The name "White"
5Mthiinte," sewinG machine has stood for the best for
tt"ll wisii,fient .buyers a"d will ever stand with the
!?,cfflDli(I.??..a llf!nt running machine. Our stock is
,taonJ. , lne latest designs and styles of these
LING, Store near the Bridge
Southern Division of Cascade Forest
Reserve Is Full of Sheep.
The secretary of the interior has
Just completed tho examination of ap
plications for grazing privileges on
tho southern division of tho Cascado
forest reserve, and has granted per
mits to 38 shoep owners.
The number of sheep Included In
the permits Is 103,000 and according
to old experenced stockmen this is
a greater number than the urea will
support projKjrly, during tho grazing
With this years Increase added to
the Crook and Lake county flocks,
there is a scarcity of open range that
will be keenly felt this season.
Stock Cattle for Sale.
Have for sale CO head of cows. 25
calves "by side; 10 2-year-old heifers,
and 1G yearling heifers.
ELMER SPIKE, Echo, Ore.
We are not selling our goods at cost as we are in busi- I
t ness to make a living, but we buy in car load lots so that we f
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j can sell them to you cheaper than you could buy them in the
t East and lay them down here. Call at our store, examine I
I our goods and get our prices on what you want. If we can't t
t sell you a better grade of goods at as low prices as you can
I get elsewhere, why we won't expect your trade. ;
Baker & Folsom
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