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DAILY EAST 03EG0NIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1904.
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ALL NEW AND RELIABLE MERCHANDISE AT LESS THAN
YOU CAN BUY DAMAGED GOODS FOR.
TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS TOWELS, SHEETS, PILLOW CASES,
SHEETINGS, MUSLIN, 15 LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS TO CLOSE
AT ONE-HALF THE REGULAR VALUE.
T THE 58TH CONGRESS HAS DONE
Jexander Department Store
THE GIVERS OF BEST VALUES
Kiin In tli ii house against Jiulgo
Swayno of tlio northern district of
Florida, but after a tnnjorlty rop.irt
from tho committee favoring lm
penchment, the matter was sent hack
to committee and mnile a special or
der for tho next session.
Tho creation of two additional
stntcs In tho Union wns provided for
In n hill which passed the houso, but
not the senate. Oklahoma and In
dlnn territory were united as Okla
homa; Arizona and Now- Mexico as
The right of Senator Heed Smoot
of Utah to hla seat In tho senntn
resulted In an Investigation, still In
progress, Involving tho Mormon re
llglon and practice.
In the house much business has
been transacted. At no tlmo has
Vhy put up with so few chairs, or with those rickety ones you
Hid have thrown away Borne time ago?
We have a host of new chairs and our prices arc not high,
chairs are built for service as well ns to mako a good appear-
Icarpets, largest and best stock shown in Pendleton.
BAKER & FOLSOM
Furniture and Carpets
Best 25 Cent Meal In the City
Private Dining Parlors.
Elegant Furnished Rooms In
GUS LaFONTAINE, Prop.
C33 Main Street
The Important legislation nccom- have a superintendent of public In
pllshmcnts of tho Fifty-eighth con- structlon and to bavo statistics corn
gross were confined to two subjects piled by the United States conunls-
Cuba and Panama. The rectproc- sion of labor regarding the rummer
Ity treaty between the now Island re- clal, Industrial, social, educational
public and the United States lnltlat and sanitary conditions, beginning
ed by President McKlnley was made next year and every four years there
operative by a legislative enactment, after.
The Vatllcatlon of n treity by the Pension Legislation,
senate and the subsequent initiation i The only general pension leglsln
of legislation for the government of (on which became n law makes the
the canal zone committed tho United pension of those who totally lost their
States to tho construction of the sKht n tho military or naval service
Panama canal connecting the waters jioo per month. Agitation for a
of the Atlantic and Pacinc oceans. 'service pension bill resulted In the
The Panama development was one Introduction of many such bills. It
which arose suddenly and received was decided, however, that no such . there been factious delay caused by
decisive and Immediate action nt the notion should be taken at tho pros- n desire to filibuster on tho part of
hands of President Roosevelt and ent session, after which the general tlio minority. In tho house thero
the senate. The senate ratified tho order making age an evidence of wm, 15,698 hills, 349 resolutions, 152
treaty negotiated with Cuba to car- physical disability to perform inanu- j0tt resolutions nnd ul concurrent
ry out the Piatt amendment. It also nl labor wns Issued by tho secretnry resolutions Introduced. Of these 2,-
ratified tho Chinese commercial of the Interior nnd recognized by jciti were passed,
treaty which provides for two open congress in a deficiency npproprln-, ,
ports In Manchuria. , Hon of $1,500,000 to mako it effective. ( , general court-martial Is now In
Chnlrman Hemenwny of tho house The Ixnilslana KxpobMou company session at Eugene for the prposo of
committee on appropriations, In a received a loan of $1,000,000 from the trying enses ngalust members of the
statement compiled under his dlree- government, $450,000 was approprlat- mllltla company. Tho principal caso
Hon, gives the total of all supply c, fr n government exhibit nt the to bo heard Is that against Captnln
bills, subject to slight changes In i.mvls nnd Clark exposition at Port- J. M. Williams for striking Privato
pending bills, ns $570,802,324. to Inna nn,i $25,000 for an Alaskan ex- Ora Wilson with a saber on March
which must he added I84.971.S20 for j,ujt nt the latter fair. 31.
Interest on the public debt.
The estimated revenues are $704,-
n-t 1 .. .11 ...1,1,
472,000. By these figures tho ex- , "" "- "
penscs are $22,000,000 less than the postal scandals was tho lines
vpn..P. N'n river .ml harbor bill - " ' thl1 COI1I ectlim
was undertaken and no omnibus
measure carrying provision for new ,
of its members with clerk hire In
creases in third nnd fourth-class'
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, ItOHIlimccH mill H'lM i:ai'iiiuiiun n-.'
A MOTH Ei
On,-.!-,?! nmnn.lnmnto linvn ln,.n gnrdlllg lettSOS.
made to facilitate the 'administration t''Lawl overy member from any
of the public land laws. Allotment , i1""'1'
In severalty of lands owned collect- The house, by Independent action.
Ivelv by the Indian tribes In various 1 directed an investigation or tho nl
sections of the country has been pro- leged "beef trust" by the department
vided for In a number of acts. !' commerce nnd labor.
For World Peace 1 Impeachment proceedings were be-
A step In the direction of world
peace has been taken through the j
formation of an American group af
filiated with the Interparliamentary
unions for International arbitration!
nnd the official recognition of this i
"group" by tho passage of a Joint
resolution extending an Invitation to;
the union to hold Its next annunl'
meeting at St. Louis nnd appropriat
ing $50,000 for tne expenses of tho
By the terms of a Joint resolution
the president Is authorized to ar
range a convention with ireat Brlt
i n v.-hlch the nssent of Japan and
Russia are to be ontalned If possible,
to protect the fur seals of tho North
Pacific ocean nnd Bering sea.
For the Islands.
Provisions were made for the ex
tension of the coastwise shipping
laws of the United States to the
Philippine Islands alter July 1, 1900.
Hawaii wns granted tho right to
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APRIL IS A HUMMER.
OUR BUSINESS FOR THIS MONTH HAS BEEN BIG AND WE ARE PROUD OF IT. IT DEMONSTRATES TO US THAT OUR POLICY IS CORRECT, THAT TO WIN THE PATRONAGE OF THE PUflLIC
pY GIVING THE BEST PRICES ON GOOD, HONEST GOODS IS THE BEST TRADE PULL.ER. WECANNOT ADVERTISE THAT WE HAVE THE "BIG" STORE, BECAU8E WE HAVEN'T; BUT WE CAN SAY
THAT WE GIVE THE BIGGEST VALUES OF ANY STORE IN PENDLETON, BECAUSE SUCH IS THE FACT. WE HAVE LEARNED THAT THE SIZE OF THE STOKE IS NOT WHAT COUNT8 IN THE uodl-
NESS WORLD. IT'S THE 8IZE OF THE VALUE OF THE GOODS IN COMPARISON WITH THE LOW PRICE.
WE ARE ON THE RIGHT LINE AND WE PROPOSE TO KEEP RIGHT ALONG HAMMERING AWAY, MAKING SLEDGEHAMMER BLOWS OF LOW PRICES DRIVE THE NAIL OF OUR BU8INES8 8UC
I A FEW REASONS WHY WE CAN GIVE BETTER VALUES MIGHT NOT BE OUT OF PLACE HERE: WE HAVE SMALL RENT TO PAY; WE DO OUR OWN WORK; OUR INVESTMENT 18 NOT LARGE,
fWDWE HAVE NO INTEREST TO PAY: OUR STOCK IS ALL NEW. BRIGHT AND FHESH, AND WE hAVE NO MONEY INVESTED IN OLD, STALE, UNSALABLE GOODS, WHICH TAKE UP ROOM THAT
EOSTS MONEY FOR RENT; NOR HAVE WE A BOOKKEEPER MARKING DOWN BAD ACCOUNTS. ANOTHER THING, OUR INSURANCE IS LIGHT; OUR LIGHT AND FUEL BILL 18 8MALL; WE HAVE NO
nniH-SALARIED CLERKS, SO YOU CAN SEE FOR YOURSELVES SOME OF THE MANY REASONS WHY WE CAN SELL CHEAPLY.
THOSE DAY-SALE PRICES TELL THE STORY OF OUR BIG BUSINESS RECORD FOR THIS MONTH. THESE PRICES WILL CONTINUE UNTIL MAY 1ST. LOOK AT EACH DAY'8 SPECIALS. THE8E
PAY SALES SAVE YOU MONEY. FIGURE OUT YOUR SAVING FOR YOULSELF. YOU'LL FIND THAT WE HAVE THE GOODS JUST AS ADVERTISED WHEN YOU COME TO OUR STORE.
Night Robes and Paiamas
S cent nluiit ,
tfni,. . ""v """-n, twiru lung, uu
fi font -u fi.UU, lUr
blf L !H2 KatSun' l,ll,e. P'nk and
tou in.. ..' u.""8 lor 2-10. saves
rll ' Pajamas. K00 n
Isood . p.nlrs working gloves.
"ow mutt v. "60' aml ,0 show vou
lrie, win !, want tl10 worklngmon's
Dre ? n? vo lmlf a ''"liar.
laV'w w" .oo:
oeann 7o cnts. Each of these
i. -tnls to your profit.
aerehaat taS ,C,I?J from n lcaJln8
,olc ot unoMiLi Chlcag0' anoth0
Vr mS5 to V?r 8Ult8' Theso 8U't8
y 10 Indlvid.n d0r ot best material
f ,2!- tut the tl" 801,1 for 'ro 20
,0 M for them 5ersons Bering fallod
,r your, Vi!m:.towo got 'em and they
" ,v" 11.50. tuMln .K.. ....
; - mujf 1UBI.
Fpr WEDNESDAYS wo will offer
Hats at slaughtered prices. This sale
includes straws, f3iia, Panamas and
John B. Stetson sou and stiff Hats,
$3.60. You suvo $1.C0.
Conqueror and other J3.E0 Hats for
$2.50. You savo $1.00.
All $3 Hats guaranteed to bo the
best $3 hat in tho city. Our price lor
Wednesday, $2.00. You savo $1.00.
Straw Hats from COe to $C60. 20 per
cent discount. You save two years in
terest figured at 10 per cent.
Coopor's $2.G0 underwear, $2.00. You
save BOc a suit. Cooper's 1b sold by
somo dealers for $3.00.
Otis Underwear, that you see adver
tised in nil tho leading magazines for
$3.00 a suit, wp will sell Thursday only,
at $2.40. This Is another Instance
where you savo two years' Interest.
Wo have 10 lines of Underwear that
sells for $1.00 a suit. Each and every
line Is a bargain at that price. Our
price for Thursday, 40 cents a garment
or 80 cents a suit. Don't overlook this
Underwear COc a suit at our store.
Wo won't say what others soil it for,
tmt vmt snn innk- on it that they charge
mnrn flur nrico for Thursday. 40
cents a suit, 20 cents a garment. Horo
is a snap.
25 cent four-in-hands, teclts, shield
bows, shield tocks, midget strings, 2l'oi
25 cents. When you buy 2 you are get
ting one for nothing. 60 cent four-in-hands,
35 cents. You save 15 cents,
$1.00 Ascot puffs for 50 cents. You
avo 50 cenfs.
lien's 10 cent linen handkerchiefs, 2
for 5 cents, you savo 15c. 25 cent linen
or silk handkerchiefs, plain and fancy
borders, for Fridays only, 2 for 26 cents.
You save 100 per cent. 60 cent linen
and silk handkerchiefs, 25 cents, you
savo 100 per cent. Same reduction
oes on better hamlKerchlefs.
Sweaters, suspend! rs, handkerchiefs,
Sweaters, $5.00, for ..00, you save
$4.60 Sweaters for $3,00, you save UOu.
$1.00 Sweaters, $3.20, you savo 80c.
$3.50 Sweaters, $2.S0, you Bavo 70c
$2.50 Sweaters, $2.00, you savo E0
Wo carry nothing but tho best makes
of Sweaters and the higher tho prlro,
the more you save.
Suspenders 25 cent suspenders, 15c,
you bavo 10c. 50 cent suspondors, 35c,
you save 15c. 75 cent suspondurs, 60c,
you saro a quarter. $1.00 suspenders,
70e. You savo 30e.
We have higher grade suspenders ro-
duced In the saino proportion.
We have a real swell linn, hand carv
ed, plain and ornamental. Ail tho de
sirable colors from 25 cents to $1.00.
You can cut the price on all 20 per
7.1 cent golf shirts, now lino, Just ro
it'lvi'il for Saturdays, 35 cents, You
save 10 cents.
$125 Shirts for $1.00. You suvo two
$1.50 Shirts for $1.25. You savo 25
.Men's black and white working
shirts, double front and hack, tho best
values over given for 60 cents, for Hat
unlays. 3.1 cents. Hero you savo 15
Checked gingham jumpers, sold by
everyone for 60 cents, for Saturdays,
35 cents. You savo 15 cents, lions of
the Iloml, heavy denim coats, No. 099,
regularly sold at $1.00 by overy doaler
In Pendleton, 75 conts. A quarter sav
ing for you.
An exceptionally good value for $1.50,
will be sold Saturdays for $1.20, a 30
cent daring. $2.50, puro llnon dustors,
extra long, wldo collars, Saturdays for
$1.86. Saves you C5 cents.
SULLIVAN & BOND
Main Street, between Webb and Alta, 4 doors north of Hotel St. George