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Shirt Waists for Spring.
We have just received a largo assortment of shirt
waists which we are selling at prices that an
all right. Yon can net an elegant waist for 50c.
and our dollar waist is simply a "peach," just the
kind that you like to wc.n
Our spring and summer goods are now in. Siiks,
Ginghams, Lawns, Dimities, White Goods, Per
cales, etc. SEE US FOR BARGAINS.
THE MAGNET CASH STORE
Clements &. Wilson. Court and Cottonwood
KATIKIMY. Al'IUL ID, 1901.
SIGNING THE PEACH TREATY.
Mexico signs th peace convention
formulated at The llaatie Three
countries have not yet ilone mi. Turkey,
Luxembourg ami China.
This statement made in Um press
dispatches will be quite u surprise to
many persons. Although that Hague
peace congress tiail leeii forgotten by
the majority of people, yet when it if
brought to mind by thin telegram it
will occasion astonishment to read any
thing that even intimated that the
nations that sent representatives o The
Hague were in ear next.
It had been the general impression
that the cxar wax joking when he nuked
the varioux powers to send delegate to
The Hague anil intruct them to formu
late a plan whereby all the naviea and
armies should be disarmed, and the
host of men turnel into the tield of
production ; and that the kingx and
emperorx mid rulera of all degrees up.
preciated the ctar's humor, and in it
pint of wild abandon joined in with
No one thought there wax seriousness
111 the affair, and everyone siiH.ed
that there would be m further attempt
to keep up the fun.
Apparently, thix view of the case is
erroneous The joke is not yet ended
When China, Luxembourg and
Turkey have signed, then will another
convention be called, and the powers
will aend more delegates and they
will assemble and tell about the jolly
old wars their respective countries
have waged since last the peace con
grew met, and they will make bets on
the aide over the question as to which
nation will kill the most ieople, and
spend the most money ami subjugate
the moat territory before the next iron
groaa thereafter shall assemble again
at The Hague.
The English will have to give odds,
to the United States, because now, so
they tell ut, all of the Filipinos have
quit lighting, whereas the Hoers seem
not to entertain the notion of giving
up the tight in bouth Africa.
Probably Captain Oberlin M. Carter,
now in the United States penitentiary
at Leavenworth tor stealing something
like i0UU,OOu from the government
while he was supervising army con
tracts, thinks it is real mean to keep
him there, the while others, leas
ladle 111 the sUtaluiii profession, are
at large and continued in comfortable
army berths, to ply their avocation at
Captain Carter was a "daisy" at
stealing, the brightest llower that ever
grew iu the government daisy garden
Over in the Philippines, some of the
same species have been discovered y-t
the prospects are not good for their
conviction. This is not lo say that
those particular otheern who are up for
trial, iu connection with the commir
aary frauds, are guilty. Hut, the
testimony of the returning volunteers
who knew of what happened over there
ia such as to convince any reasonable
person that irauds existed, and that
enormous quantities of army supplier
were stolen and sold through civilian
tores, army n dicers receiving the usual
hare of the proceeds.
Conviction if not looked for hv the
people. Army frauds have been p.-Ti
trated since a time to which the mem
ory of man runneth not. but condi tions
are seldom accomplished Ami
there is not reason to believe that these
Manila case will be exceptions.
SOCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BBTTBRHUNT.
Employers of labor who have made
experimentation find that the beat in
vestment they make are the dollars
pent in bringing to their emploves
social betterment. Kecentlv in New
York aeaeinbled men who furuish em
ployment to 250,000 persons. They met
iu Madison Hquare (iardeu. l'laus for
the betterment of the conditions sur
rouudiug their employes were ilie
cuaaud. Each man told of his own
experience The testimony was unani
mous 011 one point. Kiudueas aud cou
side ration towards the people workiug
tor them in ovory iuatauoe brought the
best returns. Many of thoae who spoke
were able to ay truthfully that during
a generation or more of the existence
ol their industries never bad the em
ployee struck and that nothing had
ever arisen that could not be quickly
to the aatialactiou of ail
som. -thing that capital cannot afford to
overlook. The employing capital of
the country will do much to engender
a feeling of friendliuexx in the labor
ing classes, and much to solve the
labor qiiextion. by paying heed to thix
ne truth capital should alwayx re
member: Men work best when two
things are given them, eoiiilahle wages
and generous treatment. Higher pm
will not always compensate for a less
ening of consideration on the part of
The gonroii treatment referred to is
that which partakes not in the Bllgh tool
degree 'if charity. Working men do not
want charity. They are willing and
even anxious to stand upon an inde
pendent baxis. And anything re
sembling charity. not only is not agree
able to them, but does not bring the
best results. Charity, as commonly
defined, is perhaps one of the most
vicious of all things. It weakens the
nature of the recipient.
All of these principles were kept in
mind by the members of the "(iet-
Together Club" which led that New
GREAT CONVENTION SPBBCHBS.
Hv reason of the very general belief
that the nomination of William .1.
Hryan for president of the United
States by the democratic national con
vention at Chicago was largely effected
by his famous seeeh for silver, the
subject of national convention oratory
takes on new interest. Mr. Hryan is
not the first orator who has by well
rounded periods awakeued tie- enthu
siasm of delegates. He low are sub
mitted extracts from various conven
tion orations, including some of the
more striking passages of Mr. Bryan's
"I would be presumptuous indeed to
present myself against tin- distin
guished gentleman to whom you have
listened if this were but a measuring
of ability; but this ia not a contest of
person. The humblest citizen 111 all
the land, when clad in the armor of
a righteous cause, is -tronger than all
the hosts of error that they can bring.
I come to speak to you in defense of a
cause as holy as the cause of litierty
the cause of humanity. When this de
bate is concluded a motion will be
made to lav noon the table the resolu
tion offered in commendation of the
administration, and also the resolu
tion in condemnation of the adminis
tration. I shall object ko bringing this
question down to the leve, ot persons.
The individual is but an atom He is
bore, he acts, he die, but principles
are eternal, and this has been a con
taat of principle. We do not
come as aggressors. Our war is not a
war of couquaat. We are fighting for
our homes, our families and proserity.
We have petitioned and our entreaties
have been disregarded. We have begged
and they have mocked, aud our
calamities became worm. We beg no
longer. We entreat no more. We
petition no more. We defv them.
The gentleman from Wisconsin has
said he fears a Kobespierre My !
friends, in this land of the tree, you
need fear no tyrant who will spring
up from among the jieople. What
we need is an Andrew Jackson to stand, !
as Jackson did, against the en -roach-
ments of aggrandized wealth.
Having behind us the commercial in
terests ami the laboriug interests, and
all the toiling masses, shall answer 1
their demands for the gold standard
hv saying to them, You hall not
dowu upon the brow of labor this I
crown of thorns. You shall not
cru.-ifv mankind noon a rrniui of irohl.
Wiliiam J. Bryan at Chicago.
I propose to present to the thought
ful consideration of the convention the
name of one who, on the field of battle
was styled "The Superb," yet won the
still uobler renown as a military gov
ernor, whose first act, when iu com
mand ot Loiaiaua and Texae u- Q
salute the constitution hv proclaiming
that the military rule shall ever be
subservient to the civil power. The
jilighlisl word of a soldier was proved
hv the acts of a statesman. I nomin
ate one whose name will suppress all
factions, will be alike acceptable to
l he .North aud t- the South -a name 1
that will thrill the republic, a name,
if nominated. of a man that will
crush the last embers of sectional stril.
aud whose name will be hailed as the
uawniug ot the day of perpetual
brotherhood. With him we can llmg
away our shields ami wage an aggres
lift war. We can appeal to the su
preme tribunal of the American people
against the corruption of the roptlbli
can party and their untold violations
of constitutional liberty. With him
as our chieftain, the hhiodv banner of
the republicans will fall from their
palsied hands. Oh, uiy countrymen,
in this supreme moment th. ,i..'t
of the republic are at stake aud the
liberties of the eople are imperiled.
The people hang breathless on your
deliberation. Take heed! Make no
nnsstep. I nominate one who can
carry every Southern slate and who
oau carry Pennsylvania. Indians Con
Hectical aud New York the soldier
statesman, with a record as stainless
as his sword-Wiutield bcott Haneoc.
of Pennsylvania If elected he will
ve n is seal. Ilaniul l),,uo Lm
witnessed these demonstrations it
seemed to me you were a human ocean
in a tempest. I have seen the sea
lashed into a fury and toxse I into a
xprav and Its grandeur moves the soul
of the dullest man. Hut I remember
that it is not the billows, but the calm
level of J,t he sea. from which all
heights and depths are meii-nnil
When the storm lias passed and t la
bour of calm settles on the ocean
when sunlight bathes its smooth xur
fme then the a-tronomer takes the
level from which lie measures all
terrestrial heights and depths.
Not here in this brilliant circle, where
16,000 men and women are assembled,
1- the destiny of the republic to be
d)0Twad . not here, where I see the en
thusiastic faces of 7M delegates waiting
to i-n-t their votes into the urn anil
determine the choice of the party, but
h l000000 republican lirexides. where
the thoughtful fathers, with wives and
children about them, with the calm
thoughts inspired by love of home and
love of country, with Mm history of the
past, the hopes of the future and the
BDOWladgS of the great men who have
adorned and ttlexxed our nation in days
gone by there liod prepares the ver
dict that shall determine the wisdom
of our work tonight. In the silence
of deliberation will this great question
he settled. Janu-i A (iartlcld, nomin
ating John Sherman at Chicago, lto.
The election iiefnre us will be the
Austerlit7. of American politics. It will
decide whether for years to come the
countrv will he republican or Cossack.
Never defeated in war or in
peace, his name is the most illustrious
Isirne by any living man; his serenes
attest his greatness, and the country
knows them by heart. Ills fame was
born not alone of things written and
said, but of the arduous greatness of
things done, and dangers and emer
gencies will search in vain in the
future, as they have searched in vain
in the past, for any other on whom the
nation leans with such contidence and
Never having had a policy to enforce
against the will of the people, he
never hetraved a cause or a friend,
and, the people will never betray or
desert him. Vililled and reviled,
trcthleffly aspersed by numberless
presse-. not in other lands, but in his
own, the assaults upon him have
strengthened and seasoned his hold
unon the nubile heart. The ammuni
tion of calumny has all been exploded,
the powder has all lieen burned nine.
its Hwer is exH-iideil. and drant s
name will glitter as a bright anil ini
lierishable star in the diadem of the
republic when those who have end to
tarnish it will have moldered in for
gotten graves and their memories and
iitanhs have vanished utterly. Never
elated I iv -m i ess, never depressed hv
adversity, lit- has ever, in peace and in
war, shown the very genius of common
sense - Koscoe Conkliug, nominating
U. 8. (irant, 1880.
The republicans of the United States
demand a man who knows that pros
peritv and resumption, when they
come, must come together; that when
ti.oy come they will come hand in hand
through the golden harvest Ileitis;
and in and by the whirling spindles
and the turning wheels: hand iu hand
past the open furnace doors; hand in
hand by the (laming forges, hand iu
hand by the uhlwsjjrl filled with
eager lire greeted and grasped by the
countless sons of toil Like
an armed warrior, like a plumed,
knight, James r. Hlainc marched down
the halls of tlx- American congrefs and
turned his shining lance full and lair
against the brazen foreheads of the de
tainers of his countrv ami the malign
ers of his honor l-'or the republican
party to desert this gallant leader now
I a though an army should desert
their leader upon the held of battle
(Gentlemen of the convention,
in the name of the great republic, the
only republic that ever existed iion
th ie earth , in the name of all her de
fenders and of all her supporters, in
the name of all ber soldiers living; in
tne name of all her soldiers dead
'ii "i the field of battle, and in the
name of thoae who perished in the
skeleton clutch of (amiue at Anderson
ville and Libby, whose sufferings she
fo vividly remembers, Illinois Illinois
nominates for the next president of
this country that prince of parliamen
tarians, that leader of leade.s, James
G Hlaino. Colonel Ingersoll nominat
ing Hlaiue, 1876.
CUBAN TEACHERS VISIT
START HEALTH REVIVAL
Paine's Celery Compound
in 90 days.
will begin 111 Alaska
For a small package
ax a large one. Kach will
receive the same thorough
and careful attention. If
we get the former, it may
in time gtow to the latter
hv the satisfaction you will
derive in wearing our
i 1 1 1 'iiii.ti...
quantities. If yo
ny kind 0t
J. F. Robinson, Prop. Telephone 60 R, FORSTER, - Pr0pr
The visit of hundreds of bright Cu
ban teachers to the Initetl States last
summer has cauxed a tremendous
health-revival in Havana and Santiago.
The American idea. "A sound mind
in a found Isslv," is one of the tint
lessons Cuba and Porto Kico are learn
ing. Hut tliev art learning fast.
Whatever distrust Cuban- may have
of American politicians, they have
confidence in America's greatest
remedy, Paine's celeiy compound.
It has oened the eyes of the people
of Havana and Santiago to the possi
bilities of gissl health in a wav their
crude remedies hail never let them
Paine's celery cm uind 1- doing a
tremendous missionary work thil
spring among the sick, not only
throughout the United States, but,
wherever the American influence i
The het f. unities in Santiago are
taking Paine's lery compound. Tin
common (a-ople are looking after their
health as never before. American
physicians iu Havana are ordering tin
great spring remedy. Its health-giving
effect on friends and relatives who
tirtt tried Paine celery Compound in
the United States has encouraged
thousands of despondent . hopeless
sufferers heme to use it. The result
in all these caxes has been the direct
cause of the health-revival that is now
amusing such tremendous enthusiasm .
That Santiago seconds Havana's en
dorseiuent of Paine'" celerv compoum
is shown hv the following letter from
Mrs. Helen (iiierra :
Santiago, Cuba, Jan., 1HUI.
Wells, Uichardson Co :
lear Sirs I have hail the gout in
my lingers and hands My limbs wen
benumbed and I could hardly stand. I
went t" -., era physicians. A druggist
advised me to use Panic's celerv com
pound. 1 liegau at once to vet better
and bslav 1 am perfectly well. Natur
ally I have great faith in Palm
celery compound er truly voiir.
Mils. HKLEfi UUERRA.
Kvorv one in this springtime 1 1-
to purify the blood and regulate tin
nerves. Carry home todav not h and
by a bottle of Paine's celerv coin
pound. Cure nervousness, neuralgia
and rheumatism this spring, om can
now put your health on a sound bfjgfll
lo means of Paine's celerv compound.
HUCo evidences of an iinhcaltliv con
dit mn as those constant headache-,
melancholy, dyss-psia or constipation
rapidly disappear under the cleansing,
regulating action of Paine's celery
M a uoUulial uiwim for ..!
U th workup un and U,
sauployuig Umuu. It ia
fsttroyt and x lin
en It like (Mi.
"bsilruy the caui
yeu remove th
No Dandruff, ae
.sllint hair, ae
Btldntii, If you
KILL THE QERM
Fr mIc by all draggUu. I'm. V
For you to select from. Will
".ivc you n.aSonalilc prices.
Try us with an onlttr
WHITE HOUSE GROCERY
Thompson & Dupuis, Props.
Equal to any
in the world.
IlKKWKKYH OWN HOTTI.INti.
Highly re-'oininendetl to family trade
I'.vity in it tie fully guavanteed.
Kipeclal attention urn
Schultz Brewing Co. LflfltZ B,(
Oregon Lumber Yard
For barns and dwellings.
Cheaper than tin.
Lime and Cement,
lirick and Sand.
Screen l)Mi-stv Windows,
- nun 1 nnn .-, 1 a
rerraCotts Pipe. akP the
Hold, by JOHN acilflDT
Borie & Light, Prop?
Alta St., opp. Court Honae
hoi Steal a Man's Time
St' seeli vatra
OOUMI BJtVSH WiiKlMS in TBI LINK,
ton- htii', ur uurc, Dor weuk. al th. r.ta of i.v in,..
Mjrjmrv: ixr imniil, it l ,,- ran-) i, per line
I have witnessed the eitraonl.uary
scenes ,of this cuuvenlioii with Ueen
solicitude. No emotion touches n
heart more quickly than a seutiuient
u. honor of a -reat and U0LU ch.rae
ta. but as Iaat on teae SMtosnd
Money to Loan
On city property at a low
rate of interest. 1,'en la- re
raid in monthly installment-.
Will loaj) on improved
property or will furnish
money to huild with
Will be pleased to giv fl,,.
urea of actual vott to any
one needing a loan
FRANK B. CL0PT0N
og Maitj Street.
To go Fishing
or fur a cab Ui make a call
telephone Maiu . u
frvwtsto ' Depot Stable.
POR SALB OH LX L 11 A Mil.
a m: six HOKJUS roVu aXso-
hie riiKitie au't all rtttur euupi.tc tuk
pij.tuif, bailer) .tut clacirn p,,ri,,.ri ,t ow'
Drt S. 01 will usi-liauge lor vurdwooU. J. L'lovt
I WH l,INa
I lints Uc
-' time. .'Ale
1 time. fat
1- Ban sxlra
BANKS AND BHUKBR8.
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kiihii wo uoLieitii Bii-iiauae t.'ollectluu.
r , e" iuuii u nuttrv 1 A'l.ui,. ure.
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OK. W. ti. COI.K. IIKKICK
uuildlua DBct- hour., IvuiU
p iu. Telepliouv 77.
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over I'eu.lletoti S.iuaii ii.uk leleolioue II
re.tdeuce telepboue J.
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k mi. re.l-
OK. D.J. W'KAI'l. Kudm
lion block lelepbuue 1
pboue, black Hi.
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ia"'.l""i'!,yif"""1. "santiual uieeilus 2
iui iiuefiiuliler. ol lli- I'.iiillet,,,, I Ml) .ulonr
iun .im I'aekiug ,iio,iiv win i. i.i.i tT,
'.'d' '.,' !' '".anhuoflleeaol i)lu
in remit, -I. hi ... .
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lootSora ' ' UUc Moc'k wet '
khYSii K; '"-akkwikk. ohkonio
. . . ' ' .u.l illieum ol Wouiel,
tet aul ataiu au. r-eu.llc-
ABCH1TKCTS AND BUiLDBHS.
T. K. HDVVAKl). AKDHITKivr iun uu
koom 17. Judil buifhuK
lb illy or cuuutry.
, -' . '-u'-m ..It, .Uillt- W.IIm el," Or
MAY, CONTKAl Till' A mi
r..liiualea hiruubeU ou all kiuU. ol
a., iioue walla, ele
ta.1 Orvaouiau ofliie
; .i.ii.i ik uu- by-law. ... io reilucu Hie nuui
ber of-hrector. Irobi ulu,- tu Bve
K- " ' l-OITON, 8.'erelry'""J' ' r'u'-
ANNUAL MJUCTINU .- lo. KHiu.DKiis
at i m i, in ..I ii mz:. m.;r7rmi.' w
K. A. VAUOHAN
Iu JuUil bull.liug
1 '""i.nifty, ifj
V V limn a.
t K.JIIIiP.hccrelarr ' ru",on,
IN I'liI'Mi-Tlll. KU1,1,(MVIM, ni
l-rlbeil annual, have been uh . ... i
Oao browa Borsf, LranV-.l o win" E,.
Due briiwu a..i.. I i ..
utile ini.lar .1 .JV .. ' ,,'..w' n 1"S'
bout -aju pouniu.
Datad Annl i&. ifui
J- l UKATHMAN
Kor Chicairo, Ht. I'mI, 8t.
aaa Ulty, Ht. Joe, UmabM
All Points Last and
Portland and aeHo
on the :
Away Irum him In buyliif gooels wtisn
lia rent lo pay lor lie aauuai well aBor.l ii
n. ii jou want id ant your real
mien- K.irii, in Uatliaaa. Ha.l.ll.
Arrive Monilan. WadnastflSlftfl
li :tt in luaaiari.Tbanfanawa
at 9 M a m
HeoarU dat I r excaot auadarllll
ror iniormanon reaaraiafi
BKxIalton. nail en or aditrasi
Spur., Wblpa, Ulove. Ilruid- l oaiL. Tnii.'
LuVi rv . .r.,1. ii , ," u" " "' "'r
p .....i nr- uu isjn i hi iny
Joseph Ell, Prop.
(A I us If II h i 1 i fi P A..
I U. Hay & Co.,
Buy and asll
for eaab ur ou margin.
New York Stock ecrungc
Chlcaco block hacbance.
vhh ago Board ol Trad.
!.. n. i,,,, uia,
A. t SHAW k CO.
oaraaT . Tims Ssbsfaw
roe ' Prom PsndlsU
i ni.-aao Bait Lake. Dsntar.
r!ortland Worth, liiaak.,
Hpeelal aaa Cy, "
fi'AJii in. Chlcafo uJ aaa
Atlantic Bait Laks. nsw,i-3
Eipreaa Worth. Onik. MJJ
:lia. m. as City, Bi Lf
via Hunt- oaoaud Katt
Ht. Kaol WalU Walls, UfJB
:lAa. m. man, M'nualJrT
via Paul, liuluth.Bug
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WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Occiiii and River
i Uy Mar.bal.
fOUNJ) THK IMiliiiuiim, ...V
Kor San rar
Yard on Webb Htrtatt
Opnoilte Hunt Kraight OeiHit
W .re praparod U, Jurnifh anything
the loKht li,, M(j MtngUAruU.
pneos U U, U choap, if llo
We aim, carry a Urge
Windows ami Hinl.li...
fan,.. oU.inplating hulhUng will do
a-Oll U) m$ HI before nlaval... k..l.
To Aaiorla Hl w
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l ue. I l.l.
line uf I'ooih
haled April IT, iwi
J- M UKA'mMAM. uiy alaialiai.
oniera. We alao uar n i.. nj
fit wood. fkoAie Mam IM.