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kILY EVENING EDITION
MILY EVENING EDITION
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imvv to Mil Tell your
Mnrv In tmplc wa ami
1 EASTERN OREGON WBATHUL
Tjmigki Rmmllf tmr. rrtoty ofoa
a lily mowers mi l i'.Miir,
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OJLtMON, THURSDAY, MAKCII 21, ItfOl.
he WHITE HOUSE
r r.rxr r ctadi:
Sampling will Convince
that nur oiknIr art- more than a
Ittle bettor than the ordiimry run of
ton rit'H. If it does not w am mtO
kL..n ami tin- nnrrhaser i- at no great
Ess because our goods art pold at i
kaaotiahle prices Have yen tries any
I these excellent Drantir- 01 siBpie
tWbito Bqntdron Coffee, paw, strong
.Ischilliiig's Tea. fragrant ami drlici-
Baker's Doom, aof lihtag anl
o . "
wime noose wwaj.
Ixt ti the Po-tortiie.
Here are the Wash
That will be worn hy the most sumptuously dressed women of
America. Not to see our collection is to he eclipsed in ele
gance by those who do; for the richest and rarest are here.
F.urmah Cloth 7 c yard
A I c Ida Cords So yard
Toilc-Hu-Nord 10a van!
Zephyr Cingham. ... 10c yard
If limit Hitnity 10c yard
Bitot Fanciee 15 Sif yard
Zephyr Lawn 12'tc yard
Queen percale 12 V yard
Silk Mart 20c yard
Rosalnde IMmitv. . . . 20c yard
Princess Reticle 23c yard
Motiselinc Applique 20 yard
mc Ti emtio 20c ynrd
Wiadaof Kloaaat tOc yard
Morcerir.ed Chambray. 25c yard
Toil Da Hole 26o yanl
Lisle Tissue 25e yard
Balis- Satine 25c yard
IfaaiallM Brodie Mc yard
Fmhroidered Swim Dots S.V yard
MofOtriMd Satine 2V yard
Partial Foulard 30e yard
Daahaaaaabla Latin,, .Me yard
Mercerized Fulards. tV yard
lno Madras. 50c yard
Crepe De Chenc bSc yanl
Pineapple Tismie "e yard
Kulard Silk $1.00 yard
Never has our showing been so large; never before so beautiful
Alexander & Hexter.
The Boston Store
New Persian Lawn
White and very BlW.
Wo arc doting OUt this line ol boyi Mid
crirls litis' ;it lor.
liust to Hips
to set oft" a
Plain damask, Krtcitll larder.
table linen, with napkins to
Gold and silver belt! are very fashion
able and many kinds to show Including
the new "straight lorm" V shaped.
The third shipment just in only a few
of a kind for our customers satisfaction
QOt old -tuir but new.
New laces and
These are of newest det-ign and are just
what many ladies have been waiting for.
The new ones you have been waiting
for. These are very fine and beautiful
for the price being a special value from
fw Garden Seeds
package-, regular ,V gotais. now
lie at 2lyC. 60 package foi WSc.
are leader on these gissls. 20
pencils 5c. 5c im-iiciU ht box
tDBtf Be 10 -'He, tootli brushes 5c
purses and pocket lssk lie to
Evaporated Stock, very fancy.
Get our Wholosale Prices . . .
: 309-311 Court Street.
:ball and summer
iuet set. $1.24 to aa.es.
mock 11.45 t 14. W.
uballo, mitUi, glove and boxing
. m I .
BiiiU'iibe line ot loilei DOd
to 34c a box.
All best quality Carpets, sewed and layed
cheaper than auy other house. Linoleums
in all the latest designs in fancy stamps.
See our office chairs and desks.
BflKERA f-'OLSOM, Main Street
Seed Sowing Time...
seed if you
expect t o
Stock is from selected grasses grown
in rich soil which insures a healthy
growth. Timothy, Alfalfa, Millett,
lilue (Jrass, Brume Grass, Red and
White Clover in any quantity. Also
have a full line of garden tool.
The pNtldtBt ha appointed Fred
erick K. Coyne, now col lector at
Chicago, pottaiatltf of that city
Or. W, Ohaaniag, ion ol Ihtfphllo
ophar, Dr, William 1 iierv Ohtnalng,
die! at tli( Perry llonpital in Ronton.
are.l si yearn, lie was graduated In the
clacx with Or. Fdward F.verctt Halo
and later txik dOttOf'l dtfltt trom
the I nivercity of PeniiMvlvania.
A epoeial to the Kennblican from
Helta, Colo., say: Trouble ha broken
out between ttltlt and ihttp men in
tbl8 MOtion. Five inanked men nhot
HO ibatp Mtongint to A. 0. Parkint,
Whleh were in territory claimed by the
.atth' men a exclusive grar.inn (zroumU
Mrn. BnauNM Blaine, lusooidine t'1
announcement by President William
K. Harper. of the I'nivernitv ol Chicago
convocation. ban given II 1000.000 la l&fl
t'nivemitv f Chicago School of Kdnca
tion, lately organized by the alliliation
Ol the Chicago institute and the uni
versity. This sum is given through the
trustees of the Chicago institute,
founded by Mrs. Blaine.
The Pittsburg Leader says: "It was
learned tislay that the reports that Mr.
Schwab is to Ik- the head of the steel
combine at a nalary of from fstlO.000
to fl.tHHi.iHHl have no basis in fact.
Mr. Schwab will bttOBM Iht nresi
dent. if he wishes, but that will have
to come about in the legal selection of
ofticeri after the combine is formed, at
which time the saiarv question will be
Utah sheep men have determined to
test the constitutionality of the Idaho
si pqaarantlM law( tad an action
will be begun in the Inderal court with
that purpoDu in view. Hon. .lames
If. Moire, the widely known Ctah at
torney will institute proceedings. He
represents the owners of some 70, 000
sheep. The proceedings will take the
form of a.i injunction auit.
PACIFIC NUHIHWBST NKWS.
The Salem V. M.C. A building fund
subscription has readied about 17000
and is still growing. When fT'aMl has
I n reached work will lie commenced
on the building. The association's new
home will cost 1 10,000.
Acting Assistant Surgeon John K.
Bingham, now at Walla Walla, has
been ordered to report to the command
ing officer at Fort Walla Walla for
duty, to relieve Major Walter Whit
ney, surgeon of volunteer.
Senator Mit hel is still at the f ifth
tVOOat liotei, New York, where he is
"tuknikia rest," Is-fore diiiiung into
his senatorial duties which await him
in Washington. He is not expected
in Washington for a week or more
Maker Citv will add $'sl0 to the
amount allowed by the state commis
inn for a mineral exhibit at M
llutlalo exposit ion. Huh will make a
total of t No trouble will hi' ex
perienced in raising the amount
pledged by Baker City.
Kugene will place an agent in Port
land April 1, to meet Kastern i nun i
grants and endeavor to interest them
in that section of the Willamette. The
representative will give his whole tune
to the work. A committee to rais
funds for the piirHse reports gisid
C. It. Smttad, the fruitgrower of
Blal'sk, tiilliaui eimiity, is now in
Minnesota organizing a colony to bring
out to Blalock and start fruit raising
ami gardening. He exis-cts to locate a
family on each UK acre tiact now
covered with orchurd and a little
further back to make tii family tracts
ISO ucres euch.
After thirteen years of waiting, tin
! nited States land otlii e at Washing
ton has dei iib'd that Napoleon Sa
Isiurin in the rightful owner of th
ground utioii which the town of
Looniil. Okanogan countv, Wash., is
built. Kleveu vears ago Sam silver
man, of Spokane, loiatod placer claims
on the lownsite and alterwanlM at
.. .; t.-l to patent them.
MrH. Caroline A. Newell, relict of
the late Hon. W. II. Newell, died in
Walla Walla Tuesday, aged n t yealN
She was born in Baltimore, Md., and
came io the Pacilic coast in 1863, She
bad resi led at Sail Francisco, The
Hal lea and Walla Walla. Her children
are: Charles Newell, of Washington,
D. C; Mrs. Frank J. Parker, of
Walla Walla, and William Newell, of
Buffalo, N. Y.
uunr x xirt a wn diicqi a i mi
IjlHILrtlU rtlU llUOOlrt
ARE NOT TO
fa more common than wi may think il
we aafitt Rlutton) Mooting beyond the
body' need oi oaotoaaaM tad btyoaa
the stoma h' capacity fur digstiin and
aatimilotktn of food. That ik a fair
dcfiuitiOO, and it tautens the MUM gl U
too on manv a perwrn who would i i nt
tat itna ta laouki Tat fact of t'd.
gluttoay i. marked ley rU coo gu i m
Tin overlotded tt"ftif hocwniM du
na id The xpular term tor the i oinli
lon i"wiaW" lwlllach Tile "weak"
stoma 'Il fails ill furnbhinx adetJD itc CU
trilioii for tin ljudy, and soon tin ' . k
nea. " spreads ITQM QH MttMl ' Ul ol'ier
V. . . . . i i b m I : i r . '
Or. rierce t loinen meuicai himhiti)
cure, disvuaeb of the stoin ich : lid otln ;
rnnni (lf iliLre.tiou and nutrition. It
enables the i.-rfcct aamilaUoa ol fsl,
... . i.e i ... . .i.
by wlilcli alone inc in.iiio auu .iieuiu
of the body i. iiiaiiiluined.
Your medicine lalix l in iui" " "i '
CUllll.a I'lu. It lOO lllglUN Mill
Uio.jL ol l'olanil Anaiuk. ..at.111 .
Hi, i ,1om 1 tuik ht.iMil mt
hu I felt wl.cn i looK It
llaau wllli i.. liK'"t'"U
Lansdowne Says Officially the
Trouble Will Be Settled.
EACH NATION BLAMES THE OTHER
Russia Says England Was Too Precipitate,
While England Charges Tbat Russia
Intrigued Wlin Cnlna.
Loudon, March II, Ollicial an
nouncement that the Kusso-British dis
pute has been settled was made (inlay
by Ford Lansdowne. Kussia and Hug
land have agreed to withdraw their
troops from the disputed territory to
Tien Tsui, and reserve the ipiestiotl ns
to who has the right title to the laud
for a subsequent examination.
What Caused the quarrel.
Fori Fausdownc 'said that the Tien
Tsin dispute had refetence to a some
what extensive area on the left side of
the Pei Ho river, which was occupied
last autumn by the Russian troops who
claimed that it belonged to them by
right of "private conquest." Muhse
qtiently, the lliglish government was
informed that Kussia had entered into
an agreement with China under which
this area was to be vested under Rus
sian occupation. It Mfflpvittd plots of
land held to belong to the North China
railroad company which formed a part
of the security in which many British
bondholders are interested.
RUSSIA BLAMES BNQLAND.
Says They Were too Rash in Irving to
Settle a Disputed question.
St. Petersburg, March gl, A semi
ollicial note was issued today which
"A commonplace incident has been
terribly exaggerated by the British
; ' until it has almost assumed tin
gravity of it casus belli. It was entire
ly due to the forceful manner in which
the British tried to obtain possession
of some disputed land that the Russian
government loiind it necessary to take
energetic action. The matter is mani-
estly a question for diplomatic treat
BOnti tM tlie Kiissian government has
no doubt that It will be amicably
settled between London and St. Peters
British Outposts Called In.
Tien Tsin, March 21, The Situation
is unchanged this morning, excupting
that the British outposts have heen
COMMANDANT BOTHA DIIS.
Brother ot the General Killed In Battle
His Two Son Were Wounded.
Cape Town, Mucrh L'l . Coioiiian
dant Philip Botha, a brother of lieu
eral Botha, has been killed in a light
witii the British near Lvdenburg,
the Transvaal. His two sons wert
I tie liners lieslegetl the llritli.li garri
son at Vrede, sj the extreme northeast
of the Orange free State. tiencral
Caiiipls-ll, with a considerable force
Went to the rellel, hilt Was obi Iged to
retreat, alter evacuating Vrede will
two hundred Hick ami wounded.
PRESIDENTS TRIP WliSI
He Will See All Points of Natural In
leresl Kroin a Pullman Train.
Washingloii March L'L- Private Ho
retary Cortclioii in busy outlining the
itinerary of the president's western
We win attempt to take in as
many of the country's natural sight
as - -1 1 . lie said tills morning
"Ihe great trees of ( aliforma will I
one of the objects lslted. Si-yeral days
will probably Imi siMUit in the Yellow
UMM National Park. A steamer ride
dofll the t.nat Lakes (fOUl Hnl'ltl
will l.e a pleasant feature. The piesi
dont'l -i al train will lie limited to
six cars, all rtillmaiis, three ot ti,em
being . oiupartuieiit cuachoa.
Wealthy New Yorkers Dead.
New York, March 'Jl. -Hume!
Hennessey, who began his tareer In
1HI0 as a lesl carrier, and amassed two
millions, in dead. He wan considered
to be one of the oiertM in judgment
on real entute values. Also, John
Pondior, who wan ansociated witl
I mil I t IhL Mllll Ml u In ltl.Mll lie MM
almont iii paoury, He wa. one of the
original California forty niners, and
possessed a great fortune at one time.
NEW Vt IRK MARKET. MIDI Will nnuiitn
OUDH II ILL unm AllH
But Will Consent Later to
BURTON AND DOVENOR COKE HOIE
With Report lor the President Intelligent
Classes Pleased Wltb Plait AnMldOMl.
The Masses Are Thoiigbtlett.
Reported by I. L. Ray Co.. Psndlrunn,
Chleaao Board or Trade and New York
Stock Bxehanae Broken.
New York, March Jl. I he foreign
markets opened higher this morning.
Lirerpcol lieing tl 1 .VS, and the clos
log H H4, compared w ith tl I vester
day. Our market seemed to have an
ticipated this advance yesterday, tl
New York opened lower. Sit and
sold down to Mil ' H at the , lose. The
clearances for the Wttt have b i
liberal, and the total which will he
made tii tomorrow will HO don hi kmp
up to the arerage of the past twelve
weeks of 4,500,000 per week Stock
stronger. Money, per cent.
Close yeslerdav, Ml '4 .
open today, hi
Range tislay. So M to 81
Close hslay, HO r-H.
May corn, Hi H.
Closing stocks: vneHr,
hacco, ILH'4 ; Ptdi steel,
Paul, 151 7-H ; Oi B. A tj
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago. March II, Mav wheal.
tt '-H to 7lt :i-H.
Wheat In San Pranclsco.
San Francisco, March '.'1 Mai
wheal, 109 to 10.14.
CARNEGIE POOLED THEM.
1 1 :i4 ;
A CROWD OF l'l on 1 I I.AMOH
ISi. FOR MOM l
bluahd thai II mcri n IIHi iKl
My lmnlsiud aeil ho s"'".,
hat I Mid it ht wihiIiI i'.i mt "
OuMtu Mi IU.a.1 HKnoy i iv
I had ny liikro il tolls whtll I tel
ttMVt uut M lUKlili "I iinll(j-o
trouble itiiicc I hst becu mcs 1
aud 1cm l him luui ImHc cuit
kuoIc th.t lis " liuir I 'm-m,
'r.oliUu M.dkMl Di'"io o"
Asvcr m.w .uch s L-h.ag
i.o uy Ih.y duu't s he
Maniilg a. 1 ! "
vMShluf lur j tuuM
Ml. C I.
Mi ' 1 at
I .ulillol r.i il
1 wa Biillriiua cvtry-
ud 111 y ktuiiiMch wm w
II lllllbl i.uist
jf Iht dui or
I. 'il ul Ibc
..ul. I try Ihsi
. er i-iuiiiai h
.I 1 mi year.,
i iiiv aoiur
iu to IhIlt the
in, lhal Ihry
iu .uy out, sud lliey
I uu io such i4.ojr
wlu u I had uut douc a
Ho 11. or About Harrison's Will.
Indianapolis lint , .March 21. W
H Miller, legal advisor for Mrs. Our
I loon, lefilnen to dim linn the llllllor that
the widow of the general won't abide
by the wnl ol her late husband, us,
under the law ..-be would receive 0000.
Clow friends give it 110 credence.
in 111. n steamer Weut Uowa.
LaodoOj March L'l The British
steamer Tay ojinit. I with the Aus
tralian steamer Cbemnltx last night
off Flushing. Ihe Tay went down,
and fourteen persons, iucludiug the
captain and three women, were
Letters and Teleurams Awallsd inn
Philanthropist, Aftklna tor Donation
tor Public Libraries In Knulniul.
Southampton, March L'L With the
aid of the steamship and railway an
thorities. Millionaire Carnegie, who
arrived from America this morning,
evaded the hosts of applicants lor
HatlMlltl assistance, ami started for
London. To the reporters, he said that
lie Would not he guided In his giving
of money by requests, no matter how
persistently the requests were made,
and he treateil as unworthy 11 reply to
the qtMttiou as to his nouiinatioii for
the ottta o' mayor of New Vork.
southamptoii, March '.'I. The ar
rival here of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Carnegie who sailed from New York
011 fhe American line steamer Bf
Louis March LI, was awaited bv dele
gations from the various InotitOtioM
who want checks. These include rep
resen tat i y es of Woolstoti, Lading and
other cities seeking libraries and
agents of various institutions desiring
id. The olllces of the steamship rune
ponjl ami the American DOOM It to sOM
crowded Willi peolile, 1 Ii. 1 11 1 r I lig when
the steamer would arriye Tbo local
manager oi the American line, who
has I1.0 letters and telegrams Ironi all
parts of the kingdo 11 for the philau
tbrophist, says the envelope indicate
that they are from all sort and con
ditions of ptOplOj trom university
presidents to mendicants.
Grande Journal Smpand.
City Herald to de a Dally.
On April 15. the llaker City Herald,
a wtekly, will appear as a daily. It
is understood in I'ondletou that I
Hush l.iveriuoro Will be the etl 1 tor
Arrangements are 0O0 being made (or
the Hew enterprise. This will he the
third daily newspaper 111 Maker City
Ihe Morning HolBOtlltl has had a life
of alsmt l'i year- hut Its weekly Issue
is nearly II years it age. Ihe Rvoolng
Republican has been pabliohod nearly
Messrs. Currey Itros , publishers of
the Kastern Oregon observer, have
purchased from W D. Dtdd the La
Qraadt lournal and the latter ptptl
will ream, to Ite pnbllohod aft. 1 it
current issues. 1'hn pilhlishen OfQtliro
the subs, ript inn list of the Journal
and its material, machinery, lurk,
stock uud barrel and all appurtenances
thereunto belonging or 111 any wise .4 1
iiertaiiiiug, not the least ul which is
its politics, it oalag the intention oi
the Observer to 1 nine mil an a straight
republican sheet with its next Issue
Sir Hodd will keep the Journal olio .
oaaa till , ii the urst of Anvil 'or
the ilirHtse of In, .-i, up some ob
Work orders, etc. The retiring pub
lisber Is not us yet settled regarding
future business plans.
Washington. March '.'I. Representa
tives Ktrtoa, of ohio. mid Dooaaati (
Wist Virgin It, returned tiete totlav.
after a visit to the I lornla coast aud
Cuba, and Mpofted to the president
their views ol the situation in the Is
land. Mr burton says that, notwith--landing
the Vinerican- have done a
great deal for Culm, the sentiment
there lor independence is strong. The
vast majority do nut give government
or politics any thought. They do not
care. Ht believed the Cubans must he
given at leat a perusl of independence,
iu order to preserve their friendly at
titude toward- the United States.
Mr. DoVOBOf felt certain that the
Cubans will eventually accept the
terms ol the I'latt amendment, as the
conditions named 111 the bill please
the people ot intelligence, wealth ai I
lieu. W Is -imply has made a new
city of Havana. Mr. DoftfBtt1 save
the school are as clean as any In
Why Did He Shoot Hlnueirv
Chicago. March L'l. While he was
counting OfrOftl thousand dollar, of
currency in a rear ns.ni 111 Hie Fumn
Trust hank this morning, Chas. Lin
villc, br year- past a trusted employe,
suddenly grahUil a revolver from his
dttki and sent a bullet through his
temple, dying instantly. The oftirials
say his Recount! are correct, and that
they know of no unpleasant domestic
Warrant It. tor. Arrastlna Chinese.
San I raiicisco, March '.'I. The fed
oral authorities linn morning received
from Attorney Qonoftl Onggs Instruc
tions that Chinese unlawfully in the
Foiled -tu ten cannot I.' arrested,
excel. t on a warrant sitOMsJ hy the
United -tales district attorneys. The
latter are also eiuajwcrcd lo apsiiul
commissioners t 1 try the cases,
1 uutrovsrty over Aiphalt.
Washington, March VI. A contro
versy b. t ween rival asphalt companies'
in VOaotUtlt has been taken Into the
courts of the' country bv the Warner-
linlnlon lyndicttot which has sue l the
N. yy ori. aiel llerinude. comiany, ac
cording to a dispatch r ued tislay hy
the state department.
Wolcoti Won i Suoeeed Hltehsotk.
Washingloii, March 21. A story
emanating from Colorado that the see
re tor) ol Ihe interior Mr llitchca'k,
is to resign and Is-sa. i . i-ltsl by ex
Hoattor 1 iwuni Wolootl is daaiad at
the White HoOM
Ad y ices from
Italian. Die by a
Rome. March 21. -','eroua
nv that liiteeii
drowned and a iiuinlier iniuretl bv a
good caused b the breaking of a dam
at Cologne 011 Tuiusloy
MOLLIS AND UOBUItb.
A W.ddins Will rake Place al the M. a.
Lhureh This Kveiilng.
A in. image I ioOOOO was kOMNtd this
Oftoruouu bv W. C. Ibdlis and Miss
Mary I Kobhina, Owing to the fact
that the brioV UMBO is only 17 year,
and throe uioiilli. ,.ld, her lather, A.
J. bobbin-, h.el to give libJ consent in
Hie (offtt of an allidavit. TtM abaft
lUanlioitod OUUpio Will la married 111
ihe M. p liburch on Ihoinp.on strict
at s o'i lock this .yeoing Maor
, Harris, of Portland, division areretary
ol the -aUalioii riny win periorm
Look lor Dallv Wsatliar Hsnorl. tl,.. ..i.ii.oiiy Vn .uluilnsioii of '.'
Hereafter, the daily renort of the . eiit- wi;l cl.arge.1 (or reserved
weather bureau will 1st print. -I in Ihe seats general admission 0 tents
Fast Oregnniaii in the upper right ! pro, coin w 1 1 1 go to swoll H
baud corner ol the first page, ahoie the fund t 1 si 11 leinal we. .
late line ami on the same hue III
which appears the head. Readers may
glance at this tOfBM each day, if they
care to learn what think the prophets
ol the weather.
Another shipment of liamhler
bicycles was received Psiay by R. W.
Heti her, tlie Rambler man I 1
makes tiie third shipment ot sboolt
received by Mr. Flotchcf since March
1, P.sil bicycle hiisine.s in ciirtainlv
good iu PondTolun this season
TO PltVONT PNaUMONIA AND 00IP
I .si. . 111 .1 i i.i.o.t ruinoys. th. cum I
Used prim" pally 111
although some of
al vat 1011
and will 00
it will U spent
Wliuti Hurts. Are ItOMl
John IllgOII ttas at his ranch atmuv
six miles northwest of I'eiidletou mie
bay mare, while hind lot! and MM
face, with iool, tbud sli round,
brandtsl C on left shoulder and hip;
one old hay hor.e weight alsuil 1200
puundo, brtadod indistinctly on right
shoulder and one dat k Imy Clydesdale
coll, no brand Mr. Hagta is anxious
for tlie owners of these horses to re
coyer lb. 111 and so advertises in the
OmLwookly Fast Oregon uu.
1'iipe I .wo March 21. OOB. KiUihe
uer reports that the tioere in the
Orange Free (State have disbanded.
lieu. IJewet is leporleel to be near
Peusacola, Fia. , March 21. While
proceeding to sea this morning, the
battleship Massachusetts was grounded
in the channel, ft will probaoly be
released at high tide.
A W. Illusion rirO.
Washiuk-tou, March 21. A lire lasti
mailt caused 100,000 damage to i'yreii
lortii A Co., clothier, aud Hroou tfc
are made a IDaeiaJt) ami nut a .side line
Yuu got the baoafll hy buyiai of
H. J. STILLMAN
Quna and BJcyctoa Kcamirctl.
Corner Main and Webb UU. IHenUleton, Ore.