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DAILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
t WISE MhIN
BASTBRH OKBGOH WEATHER, i
tdrtrtlM the Warn they
I vc IO tell. It'll your
morj In a ! ! nrt
fair i.itiiuin m, i u..i..i .
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OlifiUON, TIT ESDAY, APRIL 9, 190L
I have a lrr stock for
v.m to select from. I make
a specialty of wholesale
urdttlt I ay the highest
- ... f.,r country pnxlucc
G. R. Demott.
New Lines of
liil.lrt'ii V Wash rv--r-
Sizcs 1 year to 14 years, made of calico,
percale, gingham, linen, pique and duck,
well made and neatly trimmed 40c to $3. 00
Lailii's Long and Shrt KuaoilM
Madt of dainty dimity, organdy and lawn,
trimmed with lace and embroidery. 150
to $5.00. They're both daintier and
cheaper than you can make them.
Ladies' 1 resinj; Sactjue
In white and colored dimity, lawns and
organdy, neatly trimmed, I1.00 to $3 .50.
Ladies' Cornet Cover
of fine organdy for summer wear, white
and colors, elaborately trimmed, fioo up
Watch us For Correct Styles and
Reliable footle at lowest pr
N w nailing tackle. here
Common hooka 12 for 5c.
fly hooka, all kinda and sites, IV,
L'4c, :i ami tV dozen.
Keel. 10c, 1, 24c Up to tl.M.
l'olea, 4 jointed tiah poles tJc, othera
up to $4.05.
i MM Kiab baakeU tfbc, 11.24 to
l B6, Sinkers, bait boxea, etc.
Bicycles and sundries
Imperial, Cleveland and Columbia
Itt, 36, 40 and 6U wheel. We are
showing the leading and beat line of
wheels in Pendleton.
Second baud wheels bought, Bold and
Extra I trgB bottle li. 11. anion la 16e.
25c Cannon 'a tooth paste 10c.
75c Cannon's hair tonic 39c, (war
1 am v metal picture frame 10c to
10c aachet powder 5c.
Fancy perfume 0c to :.W per bottle
SEED all beeh seeds 6r paper Sc
10 half piut paper 5c, aeeda m balk
He to 16c a pound.
IF ITS NEW
IF ITS HERE
Our magnificent stock of wcanblcs for man.
woman and child is being added to day by day, as
fancy and fashion can create new things.
This week we show a new line of neckwear
for men, 25c, 50c and 75c the hitticst hits for
the advancing season.
A handsome new line of table linens and napkins
in new and exclusive patterns. Linens 2$c to
1 2.00 a yard: napkins to match fi.50 to I6.50
Women's colored petticoats made of silk, made
of mercerized cotton, made of fine soft sateen,
made of linen and madt of stripe d seers ticket,
and made to cost you just about ttra price of th
Some ladies decidedly swell shirt waists fresh
from the maker 75c to I3 00.
No store in Pendleton equals our showing.
Alexander & Hexter.
All best quality Carpets, sewed and layed
cheaper than any other house. Linoleums
in all the latest designs in fancy stamps.
See our office chairs and desks.
BflKERA FOLSOM, Main Street
...Seed Sowing Time...
seed if you
expect t o
T. C. TAYLOR, the
Fine Table Linen
Fine Irish. Scotch. German and lielgian
linens as well as American makes. Already
finished cloths in elaborate designs, also
plain damask centre with fancy borders,
napkins to match.
Loaitine Silk Waitti
They come in stripes and woven dots in
white and colors $4.75 and $5.00.
in albatross, French flannel, surah, taffeta,
and Poi de Soi 54 4 to $14.00
Fancy Neck Kuches and Summer apes
In silk, chiffon and chenille $2.50 to ,i .
New things in neckwear and belts arriving
A Much Mooted
"What (ball I buy them for a wed
ding rew ' Answer: Nothing
could Im more acceptable to a new
ly married couple than tableware or
bric-a-brac, such a cau be teen
here. When vou are looking for
oh Lm ami kindred war en for your
friend or youraelf, you will do well
to flail u.
Stock is from neltx tetl gianso grown
in rich soil which insurers a healthy
growth. Timothy, Alfalfa, Millntt
Blue (JraBb, Brome (Jrana, lied and
White Clover in any quantity. Also
have a full line of garden toolti.
Marseille strikers resumed work
Lord Salisbury has gone to Nice,
seeking health restoration.
Lord Kitchener will have heavy re
enforcement in South Africa.
New York's Maxtor parade was
p6lld bjf tho"boastly" weather.
American import at Yaldivostuck
must hereafter pay higher dutie.
Chicago and New York now have
churches for Christ ian Scientist.
Augustg By ram, a famous go hi
miner of the west, died in Chicago.
The Merrimac river is likely to hurst
its hanks. The water is rapidly rising.
Canada will test all cattle for tuber
culosis before sending them to the
The latest event in South Africa in
dicate that the lioers intend to tight
the war to finish.
tiencral Cassins M Clay still hoi. Is
the fort at his Kentucky home, ad
mitting no one hut his bodyguard.
Civil government is to he established
in the Philippines on July 1. A few
Filipinos may be in the legislative
The Italian squadron left La Sper.it
for Toulon. The Puke of (ienoa had an
autograph letter from King Kmmanuel
In President Lntihet.
A correspondent at Singapore sends
news that two sailors la Oriental waters
were rescued after shipwreck, IS having
bMB the crew and several suiciding,
while two or three were killed and
eaten by their fellows.
PACIFIC NORTH WBST NBWS.
Portland carpenters are demanding
higher wages anil shorter hours.
A four-mast schooner has been built
anil launched at Kverett, Wash.
The Bonanza mine will install aix
additional concentrating table.
i'alouse soil is now said to he especi
ally adopted to sugar beet raising,
Hritish Columbia gives assurance id
support for the Lewis A Clark cen
tennial. H. Y. Hinphy, the alleged bigamist,
has been taken to Portland from Cali
fornia. The horse meat cannery has started
up again, having been closed since
National Railway Kniployes' I'ninn
will look into the street car strike in
The Oregon short Line tfain escaped
wrecking at the hands i persoim who
placed tie on the track.
Leigh S. J. Hunt, so it i now posi
tively asserted, will ctuhlish the
Washingtotiian in Seattle.
Lieut. Col. W. II. Luhn, of the
Washington volunteer, will Is a lieu
tenant in the regular army.
Spokane mill men are demanding
lower rates on lumlier, to enable them
to compete with Sound mil la.
Existence of a wissl trust at Saleiu
is now conlirmed, and tin-state institu
tions must pay their figures.
II. W. Corbett gives 'UI to the
Salem Y. M. C. A. IU,t.) fund being
ranted. The amount now in hand is
The Italics Navigation Co. haa
electeil II. leim, L. K. Crowe, J.
T. Patera, J. V. Mclnerv, K. M.
Williams, M. T. Dolan and Max Vogt
I i r'i ' T- I h- , in, my year.
U a disease of civiliation. When the
indi.iii wm a atnuwff to the whiti maa
he Ba)d no name in hi vocabulary for
thib dreaded malady.
Without nyumg a to the curabilitv
of luuaniiiisllnn It may l ttatad
tively thut JMstor
licri ' lolden Mel
ical lliswiti lines
weak lungs, he-tlior-rhuges,
f tad a"d
tnbaorn ooityh and
othei dim aaes which
il BBgdactad r un
hkllllul.y treat' d find
a fatal termination
The,e is no alcoitol
in the " lJtscovi rv, "
and it Is aatil I) li i
Iroin opium, i ocaim.,
and aft OUMf nar
cotus. 1',-rsiris s ilitriug
from hronii dis
cuae arc Usvitad to
eoaautt in Pkaree,
by li Iter, Jure. All
ihe seal of aacred
Dr. K. V. Hen . li.ifTulo, N. Y
In a little ever thlrt) years, lr. 1'ien e,
aikted bs his medical alalf of nearly a
score of nhvaiciaiik, haa treated
cured thOMaaode Ot men and women who
liMil lireii eoven ut as imuruhle bv M u
Yi! mr.lu-UH i- Hit !rt I h.'V
M Mi J, nil
. i M I.
.in, t) m u I B.il i'l
i gut m bad i
Hr Ml.nli.l III,
i 1m it
BUM. J, 11 'II
IIioukIiI we would try ! Wefn (iolui i " J
l,s! liist'jvrrv Slid brl'li I l,ad lkeil .. lUl
the couii stoppid syi i hava suae had as aga
ol il leiiiiiiin.'
iJoctoi i'n rce's Pleaaalit 1'ellcU tuxe
i.oli-.l ., ...
Un Bl sas
want to hire help?
II so call or ad vimi uis and
oor wsuu will I- mi, i. i
ed to fkOMKll I
C. P. COOK'S
MAIS A N I AI.MA
hull Hue of Cigara, Confectionery
and Saiokera a i titles
NICK l i I 11 KUOM.
THE PRESIDERT GIYES AN ADDRESS
Wtr Comndas of "Black Jack" Were Present.
Grandson Performs Unrolling Act Geo.
Dodge President ol tne Hay Cniunc;-y
Depew Delivered ibe Set Oration Logan's
Career as Soldier and Legislator Rev If wed.
Glowing Tribute to tbe Great Commander
Wbo Rose From Volunteer to Leadership of
Waabiafjton, April i -in the praa
nc of 'renident McKinlev and hia
cabinet and a diHtillKUiihed OOaMOHfM
0 military iih ii and war vcterana, the
maflllfloaill bronze Mallll 04 Major
John A. I. 'fun in Iowa Circle wax un
veiled thin afternoon. Maxtor (ieurire
Tucket, a xrand-Hon of the great
Holdier, perforini'il the act of unveiling.
Piaaidaol Mckinley made a ringing
addrexx, and Senator Depew deliverwl
the oration of the day.
General Logan'f Comrades.
I 'Kan'x old conirado" of the aociotiea
of the Army of the Tennensee and
Army of the Cumberland were cmi
apicuoiia aiuong thoae witneMaing the
ceremony. The military diviiinn of
the parade, under the command of
lien. itiMMthcr, binned opposite the
White liotiae at 1 ::MI o'clock, followed
by a battalion ol marine and jack
tar-, a battery of artillery, the preni
dent and the cabinet, and the Diatrict
of Columbia National (iuard, The
iiriind Army of the Republic veteriuiN
foriiiiiil at Eleventh and the Hiath
xtreet circle wan reached rhortly after '.
Tha Statu Presented.
iieneral 'i. M. hislge, w II m president
,if the day I he Iteveretid Kriuik Urix
tol delivered the invocation, followed
b Franklin Siunnoiix, who presi'tited
the statue to the nation in a brief
add rata Ifaatar laorga Tucket then
released the tlag that concealed the
statute, and the crowd hurst into a
mighty cl r. President Mckinley
then stepped forward on the platform
and offered his tribute to General
Logan's memory, lie said that the
statute unveiled today proclaim! the
country's appreciaiton of one of her
heron- sons, the ideal volunteer soldier
of two wara.
Logan as a Legislator.
He spoke of the great services of
Logan in the legislature of his own
state, and in tbe national house and
senate Maying that he was as great in
the forum as in the field, that he had
convictions ami followed them to
their conclusions at an) "t and v.ai,
never a trimmer or laggard. Ilia suc
cess, said the president, waa founded
on gixsl character, unfailing sincerity,
high courage and tuireinititng indus
try . Senator )eiew followed, and the
Kev. J. Q. Hut lor conducted the re
orrises with prayer.
BRITISH I0RCE WORSTED
Boers Capture 76 Man after ora Hard
London, April U. (itn. Kitchener
roporla that a I'ntlsh detachment of
I'd men belonging to the Fifth Lancers
and the tBpatiaJ Yocmanry was at
tacked ten m ilea north of Alairdeen,
Oapt Colony, by 4(J0 Boers. Alter re
sisting from daybreak until 11 o'clock,
the Hritish forces were surroiuidel.
All except twenty-five, who made
their eat ape, were made prisoners by
the Honrs g
aoine Mora Hoer Kurreiidsr.
Vryheid, April U. -The British
under Alderson have balked an attempt
of iroltelaar'a comiuaudo of eight hun
dred His-rs to gaeapd II a northerly
d i, ' lion. One hundred and twenty
lioers, who have lieen outraling in
Hululand, have snrrendereiL
ENGLISH A I PIETERSBURO
Col. Cluiuuer Oscuplas Nurlharn Ter-
iiilual of Transvaal Hoad.
London, Annl (Jell, kitchener
reports that Col. I'lumer haa occupiw
l ietersburg, the northern terminus o
the railway system of the f'ranavaal
and the nrinnnal idare which re
luained in the posatiasioli of the Boafl
'iiimer lost two k 1 1 1 .- 1 ami one
wounded in the attack. He capturei)
two locomotives and nit v nine trucks
The Hoer retreated, after destroy ing
tw inn ks loadeil with ammunition.
A uood Tim at Nlsa.
Nut-, Ajiril U. ietes, receptions and
baiiuuets iiiarketl Iha nrogreaa of the
s.tond day of P rag id en ( Loiibefs visit.
An imiireaaive feature waa me juac
ia by LoUDat ul a mourning wreath
on the tomb of dam bet ti
rowiii auccaaoa aouraLLK.
Maine Congrasstonal Biatrial glasls and
Cuts Down tha aepubllsan Majority.
ilungor, da.ne, AnrLO. The aiMirial
election in the fourth Maine congres
sional district Monday to choose a sue
ueaaor to Charles A. lioutelle, reaigntxl,
meiilted in a victory for Ka-tiov.
iwers of lloiiltoii, the renublicau
eanilidatu by a maiority eatlinateil
slightly more than JOUJ over Thomas
White, democrat. in hetember,
Houudle'a majority waa more than
lo.uuo The woalhor waa bati.
the new York MARKET
Raported hy l. I. Ray t o , Pandlaton.
i hleago loard or Trada and New York
New York, April 0. Tha wheat
market d hi not hold the advance, hut.
after opening at vrsln liiv - oloelng
price, declined I ' ,, , Ion, hing th
lowest mark ilnoe inxt rammer, Hie
almost period weather eonditibflf are
having the tfTecl ol dapraMlng prlcae,
Liverpool eloaad 7-M lower than
riniratlav, 'i b'
New York opafMd at77 sold at
77 and 7f 51, closing tQ
Money, LM per cent
Closing jraaterday, 71 18.
Cpeuing today, 77,
Hnnge tislai . . to 77 M
May corn, 10
Closing Mockai Suga,, ll',, tol
ateel.47 I Hj St. I'aul, IQ0 , . t'
Wnaat In Chicago.
Chicago, April 9, Mav wheai
Wheat in Sun Franelseo.
san FnUMiceo, i r 1 1 9, Mav wheat,
New York Markal.
New York, April 9, Sugar, rim.la i
reiining, . oattta' oeittrllugala, Bft
test, 4 110 coffee, nnehtngeu to live
polnta highei . rice, domaatlo, to
l, wool, moderate dclmind, un
HIS OBJBCriONS WHRK OVKRhUI.KII Hi
CHIIF JUSTICB ARBLLANIO.
Soma More Filipinos Hava Surrandsrsd
In tha Sanihalas
Manila, April 0. After Ins ohjee
tiona to two of the chlllxca in the pence
proclamation to the Filipino insurgent"
had been oven-ome by Chief Just ice
Arollltllin, who drafted the doi uliieiit .
Agulnahlo this mornlni aflliad lux
ilepatora to it
Col. Aba, leader of the Samhalex
province inanrgentx, hax surrendered
with 13 oaaaara, hi men ami M rlflaa,
THE CZAK MAY ABMCATE
Tha Rsesnt Troublss Shook tha Ruler's
London, April tt, -"The health ol
Ron parol Nteholai haa been ihaken by
recent com umt ion, " xgya the St.
Pataraborg eorreanondent ul tbe Daily
Kipress, "and he will probably
abdicate if the next child ol II m
press should be a daughter."
ST KB I.
Dlreotors of tlie Ullllon-Uollar Cumbi
nation Announce I'olley.
Now York, April '. -The iir-t BMMl
ing of (he directors of the I nite.l
States steel corporation wax held this
altermxin. Kormal rat ilii at ion oi tin
ollicors made nuhlicit week ago took
place. The (Milicy of (he corporation
antiolinctsl. ll 1- to leave each ion--1
lui. ni company witl its own -ot ol
oihcers, hilt all will be niiIijo, I to su
pervision from the main Borporatiou'i
OOLO K.i Mi M-.Ah IKKUA
Plaeer Digging-, at Sain.a Creak Creates
Tekoa, Waxh pril 0, There
intenne exciteln.-nt here oyer the dls-
covery ol rich placer diggings on aula
n,k alsiilt to miles east oi here in
Idaho. Men bit here at all hOUri
laat night to slake claims. Other! are
rushing in from I'armiiigtoii and other
isiinta in the l'alou-e.
Tyaona brothers are ai I to have
taken out f.'Uih in eoarae gold from a
piece ol ground -tfn by IB b i t I he
now camp ia on the divide Is'tween the
Old llisahxi district and Conor
Senator Mitchell's Man Auoululed.
I'ortland, (in., April '.' (Jeo, W
t'olvig, of (Irani'" Paaa, Oregon, was
BMOUstad consul to Harran Ullll
Colombia, lie was a member of the
recent legialetoro, and was re, on,
mended by Henalor Mitchell.
IMPOH 1 Ah i
Judge Bellinger Hand One Down
Ill the case ol tbe United States S,
John T. Baajliah and the Uoluooda
lioid Mining company, an Iwpoftaul
daaialoa baa been rendered by Jt dge
Bollinger, oi the federal court In I'ort
land. The ile, laion la adverse to the
mining company, which is denied the
privilege f taking timber from ground
held as placer mines.
I in- nmpaii area mail lot tha lin
iei abioh wa- i.ioateii on Ihe i-enai
basis, making a total of fttJUO, fJal)
foo waa allow, l hy Jmlge Itelliuger
iu hia decision which was for the
actual value ol the timber in the
tree. This was baBguaa there ha i been
no malicious i criminal lairpose on
the part of the deleudanle, as they
Isdieved thev had a gixl and nuihiienl
title lo the land from which they took
The two points made in lighting the
case was tbe right oi the defendant
company to icquire such laud as
plaaar claims and also the right tOOUl
limber from n public ifamaiu, ludgt
Kullinger held that the placer claim
title waa mum . a subterfuge, which of
oiirso In trin in r,gar, to hun li. l-
of Kaateru fJVegou claims, ami thai 00
rights to the timber aoorued becauae of
tbe preteuae of lakiug the laud for
mineral niun,.r - In siinisirt of the
aecoud contention that the cltuuus of
iregou had a right to cut timUir for
mining purixixcs, by authority of the
act of 187H, which guen cltueiia of
Colorado, Nevada and other territorial
tbe nrivlluge ol ruuioviug tlinbe- from
the puhllc uouiaiu for mining pur poaes,
it was argots! that Oregon was III
cliele-l, hut Judge liellmgei held lo
union count i will teat the law giv
ing the "Panhandle" to Baker county.
PMBUMoaia aao uair
ciululus rvatovss I Its cause
WALLA WALLA SHOOTING
Chris Hlllbrlrk Wounds Tom Yaner in
OPFKUDKR IPPARBITLI WAS DRUNK
ObJfcltKj lo Vi(r Ttltinn Hi
Haiiiilil.r M Fluht Prereded
Walla Walla, tprll 9, a ibootlni
affray almost resulting in a t raged r
nrred Mm, hu aftaraoon at the real-
den co of rhomai Yager in Jefferaon
treat, Yager and a Balahbor, Chris
Hill brick, baeama raapfan In a rlolenl
quarrel and during a tight that fol
lowed tha former was shot la the left
hand by lllllbrlek, Pba t were
at once notified and Hlllbrieli is now
I " sty all awaitmg examination
Oft 11 chnrg a suit with lutein to
commit murder Yager while suffering
much pain fmiii (lie effects of the
wound not thought to he ilangomuxly
injured. Ihe Injured man when
Malted bv a retainer (or the I n on m.
I tarday told the lollowing atorjf of the
j affair I
' 'Hlllbrieli and Imm lataily raeMlli
I arrived in Walla Walla from North
iit.i. ..11. , .
aaiMH ami nan u living near me
hut three days, He hax been under the
Inflneiiee of liquor moat ol this iIbm
and Knaday noralng one ( his dangh
terx, 11 young ladv about '.It veers of
ago, Dana to n plaat after x 1
milk. Upon her return llillnnck ac
cuxisl her ol vixitmg mv boiaM for the
purpose of atalag me. This she denied
ami her hither heciimo violentlv angrv.
Took a hrink Together.
"He afterwards, came to mv boaaa
with 11 hottio ot bear, hut MaaMd to ba
in a plaaaanl Boon, Wo drank the
beer and III the coll txo of conversetion I
ranarbad that hit dauabtar wax a laa
looking girl, lie at nine baOUM
angrv and the y ended in eur OOfl
nig tO blow- He then returned Home
Later till wile cane to our boaaa and
hh ill she wax alraid ol her husband
and wanted to go and see if I
Doultj uuiel him. I did M, and found
that Hi 1 1 brick had slapped bleyounajaf
daughter and wax threatening to no
line the other members of the family
I renooat rated with him and be
ordered DM Ml of the yard. Not
w ishing to have Bay further trouble l
lira, lliilbnck later returned to my
place and her bttabaod followed. He
called me Mrvaral names and we again
baoame anajaaad In a tight Pban ba
drew a gun and xhol me in the hand.
01 low S FINE PUYHOUSG
ratal Lots by Fire Value luu.uuo
(Mtawa, tint., April t. ttttawa'l
handeonte playhouaa, the ituxxeii
theater, waa total I deatroyad b) tiro
at in o'clock this morning. The
loss la f IU0.00U, Ineuraaae waafto,000.
The Ruaeell hotel adjoining had a nar
row i-H, ape. I he guexts all left the
building, but the lire wall" xaved it.
Main ol the guests Were forced to
is i h ate all their Is'longings behind them
and eecapa m night oloined Ihe
"Bell ol New nrk" os-ra company
playing in the theatre lost everything
in the .n ol MMeaef) and I'oslumes.
Huclietier leneinenl rire.
liochestor. N Y., April U Mre at
i hu k tins mornlni in a 8re atoty
tenement caused the hais ol one i to.
that of lira Keeuan HavaatMM
lam 1 1 ie oaeupiad the building, hut the
remainder were iexcui-,1 bv Ihe lire de
partment At the same hour, the real
,e i Mr- llarrlel Winters caught
lire, and the lamily ol four were nearly
Ice PtMl Burned.
ibraateparti La , Apni ! -rin-
plant oi ll,e l re. ort Ice and Ke-
Irlgeratiug tomnany bunted last night,
the loss being flx."".
MhlAiN IIIH ARMY BULB.
In Cabat " Uoveriior-Ueiieral Wood.
Vaahiaftoa, April 9, etofarot'Oa
aral Woutiduaa not want the military
g,,v, riiorship of Cuba termlnalad. rises
Cubans have not accepted the t'lavt t
amendment Until they do, the live
tbouaand tmerieaa soldiers now in
Ouba must -lav and tl,e military gov
ernment be continued, baaMBMi if 0 ley
hi withdrawn and then Ihe I'latt
a".1 line lit le rejeiltttl, the I'latt
Schauta of Cuban siigerainty could only
I nfofeed by an actual invasion M
the Island by I uitel Ktates euldiera.
that would be eaalrahaat to an open
declaration ul hostilities.
Allied commanders Have Solution.
Berlin, April 9 a dhaMlab from
I'ek lii, dated April 7, to the Cologne
Uaaette staled that the allitsl couiiuan
itori have arrived at a practical solu
Hotl ,1 Ihe dilhcultied attending the
negotiations in China.
f, c. gaai i Mow AUoriiey-Ueneral
Wa-hiugtoii Vpnl tf. - I'hiiander C.
Kooi, of Pitta blirg, waa sworn inlo
ollne as attorney general by Justice
Hhiras, oi the sucreino court, at lOiilO
oil,,, g this inorniiig iu the private
oiiieoi the presidmi
at liss In. iii n,i
u u.u akia, sesJai
id iMIr fiMlvsl,
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L s u 1 1 ll v d tiy
nt'l Ht itar.
lit tasvmiU las
iiiii., sua uuiug
luii. ud bsky
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Nil ilu , suae ts
. .ii,,.icd wlUl II lui
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