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DAILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
I EASTERN ORF.f.iK wfatitcd J
! WISH MEN 1
A . .....11... ii. i. warm tlnv
S;7 tell. Tell your
f ir insnltnplr way ami
MAKE MONEY J
F.h tonight nut rkMMtfl fnwt X
tonlfhl; annnsr Thiir..Uy. I
PENDLETON. UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1901.
I iuive a large stock for
mm t select from. I make
H cialty of wholesale
n, I pav the n Client
price for country produce
The Boston Store
An Exposition of Shirt and Silk Waists
The lioston Store gathering is the richest in this city. Nowhere will you find
stl- s that approach these in beauty, and no other store is making it so easy to own
the -wellcst designs as this one.
Waiiti cost leM here than you'd expect and look surprisingly Letter than the
RY. Shirl wuisi of neat pattern, percale
in pinks. h ues, reds and heliotrope
ofl cuff, stiffened collar.
Crx,- l or lawn waists with embroidery,
Wl trimmed collar and soft cuff's.
OR,- Fine gingham shirt waists, varied
OOt. cidor stripes and plaids, the general
i - the same as mo-t expensive ones.
(T-j OR Brown linen waists, white India
yl.UK) Jinen waists, black lawn waists.
waist- of hatiste, lawn, mercerized Alex
andra cloths, etc.
94 RA $1.85, $2.00, SJft, $2.50 up to
(Pl.Ov j 75( auAt Crf mercerized Louis
loei and silk mixtures, but space forbids
more descriptions; you must see the show
m ru n, 1 Workman
Leading wheel in America
you intend buying a wheel we
uve a full line to select from
penal and Cleveland wheels
$32.50 to $40.00
It) ta tire, handlebar or color.
I 1 t I M t 1 '.1 I w 1 1 .. I l.j.i nt It t
e have received another shipment
1 now- satu curtain siret hers,
side iiiiiH. thev save vour curtains
not the cheap flimsy kind.
ciue nut our entire stock ot seeds
offer all &v package at Sic or 6 for
me avoui carried over seen, m us
ring new seeds every spring.
I 1 I I. I I ... I .. ..I M.llu ..I ITMIM llMlMt m!1
ouc niiiHii' Mt -'.ic- nieeu. ijoonie.
.. . u r it 1 1 . v.... .1..
. riei in i uviii.rmi vive t o uwinu ,
I 1 i nieM) Yea ; etc.
taliouery School Bupplies,
a m 1 r m
Sj" -RAOC MAMK iRlttniD
A new stock just received and
what pretty btyles they are. Sev
eral that we have never shown
before. New tans, new patent
kids, new enameled calf, new
Every woman who wears Sorosis
shoes likes them and recommends
them to their friends.
1'leas to show them.
CO 7R Waists of soft washable silks in
14)0.10 plain colors. These waists are
0 4 10 A few sizes left, we'll not -ay
J0 what they're worth lest you
should accuse us of exaggeration.
TD 7R Taffeta ilk waists in the newest
pvilU colorings and black, every one
made with the new long waist effect.
fl0 7R Fancy corded and tucked hacks,
ipO.IU fronts and sleeves, colors for
street and evening wear, also hlack.
CORA $lO50 1200, $14.00 and $15
ipu.Ov styles in waist- you'd never ex
pect to find in Pendleton, hut they're
here and the priceB are right too.
The Busiest Store in Pendleton.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
Tu make good bread uae byera' Beat Flour. It took first
premium at the Chicago World's Fair over all ooinpet i
t nm . and gives excellent satisfaction wherever uaed.
Kvery aaca is guaranteed. We have the beat Kteaiu
Rolled Bailey, Seed Kye and Beardleaa Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS,
We have the most complete line of
fishing tackle in the city. We have
fly hooks from 30c to 75c per dozen,
leaders from B to 30 cents, jointed
split poles from $1 to $6, reels from
25c to $6.60, baskets, bait boxes, etc.
at prices that are all right. See dis
play in South window.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
House Cleaning Time.
creates a large demand for soaps,
scrubbing brushes, sapolia and other
dirt eradicators. We are in fine
shape to supply the demand for these
articles, however large your order
may be. All of the standard brands
of soap - some just as good but as
yet untried. All house cleaning
Vesuvine ia again active.
Ten thnnaand French troops will
leave China next month.
The Ohio river Hood ia now entirely
subsided. Pittsburg Inst tHv $J,(t0n,
0W. The aupreme court rvfuaed .Ospt,
Carter'a application to te ailnnt'tett to
Smalliwix hao broken Ml KEMMf
Maaka Indiana an) bkkl fair I0MB4MM
Billy Smith, lEMrioU, huh
wotimied, probablv fatallv, in n Lon
don prize tight.
Berlin txdiceare watching anarchiata
enppoeed In have conapirel againat the
Meaeuree are lieing taken to organ i
the telephone Imaineaa oi the country
into one concern .
Mm. Nation 'a hondaman eacortel
her from Medicine Lodge to Wichita,
k' ana u li..n u)., ia t,. ! I ruul
ti.J ' i. ..o.i. 1..11 ... m ao
uif 'UK i inn 1 1 .i i i i iiir" FV','n,'M
erntnent wa nbnrlMd for five tllMfl
Premier Delcaaee, of fc' ranee, ha
gone to Kuaia on a political miaaion
the object of which ia not definitely
K. S. Nettleton, an engineer of the
department of agrii nltnre, and for
yeara prominent aa an irrigation en
gineer, died in Washington.
Brewery tiremen in Cincinnati. ().,
Covington and Newport, Ky., navel
atrurk for an eight-hour day. Thou - !
aanda are indirectly involved.
Kuaaian atudenta met in St. I'etera
burg in orderly manner and adoptod '
reaolutiona to aend to the miniater of
education, aaking that their circum- '
atancea be ameliorated and leaa rlforoni
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Many Portlandera are going to Nome
Work hM begun on the Kalatna-Vancouver
Artoria haa incorporated the Aatoria
-iiuititer haa an ordinance to
preaa dance halli.
Wheat aold in The Dal lea laat
at 50 centa a huehel.
The cauae of the Vancouver
failure reuiauiR a myatery.
Fred Hummel met hia death in a
auowslide near the Mammoth mine.
v Nebranka colony wiahea to buy a
f)0,00o-acre tract of land in Oregon.
-ettlem are going to Weatem Oregon
in unrulier greater than ever before.
Aatoria will collect a tax on tele
phone of Id cent ht month after Mav
Sherman county's itock inapector
now receivea a aalary of :no pet
The Aatoria Pacific Sheet Metal Co.
haa been sold to 1. Wiley McCaughev,
The Oregon Bar association haa asked
the aupreme court to disbar liarry St.
Kavnor from lurther practice on ac
count of his having altered papers in
the Mi Daniel murder trial in Port
The di-figuratiou euutrd by skin diMrwat,
even mote than th- tormenting irrita
lion winch in c cointnotily asK-iatel
with u. The um- of Oi. Piarua . Gomm
in a complete
cure of ecM'ina,
ami other tortus
of riir.tM' which
have their 0E4BH
in an impure i on
dition ol thr hlo.jd
lutcly purges the
t)ii i iMMnatt
and puibiink, uud
m aafca the Buta
nt ous di e uses
Mhuh bad blond
breed and feeds.
There it, no alco
hol in the " '.o.i'.en
Madlaal DI im
ery" and it i eu
I rely free from
and all other liar
" I mm I r u b I r tl
with rejrui loan llir
crown uf Ul lin.il U thr mil, of my I rl ''
wriu. Mr. Klla Quick, ol Cu City. Tuauila
Co.. Mali "Could in s 'v.l. 4t niiet uoi -mi
loy lur. TInyiight llurr wh. u lirlp lor mr
at li.l tin AuSlBf N.lu lltrre v... B4MM 1 wrul
tu mvr iriruu at Chruntia. Hair aud Ihrrr
hraol ( thr ood that Ut pirror'a OoAoaa Mel
ical l)uaxjvrr had dour f09 thsia uiu! aras
aoviaaa lo try it at oaat. 1" NNU that I imghl
Urylni H luy fiirud mui to thr villMgr ami
KOia bottle ami uiadr uir plomUr that I WOald
fakr it I had brrn artling wiarar all thr tune
j tuok ihlrlssa bmtiss arias ' Ooidau Mrdk 1 1
Diacovrry ' aud leu viala of Ur Pirrcc Plraul
frlltU. aud UM-il Ihr All Hralllttf Salvr vblil. li
Tl...-1. a eotiiplrlr cure II aa. .low l.ul ttttt I
a. lakiua thr inrduiur uboul rifc'hl tuoulh.
"I would aay lo all who rra 1 (hi. TfJ Dl
FlriLr . oldt li MclUal garOlrsr 1" ton w.t
lug IHM auil ii. on. y
Or Pierce I'leaaant 1'eUeU aaalat lis
action of the " iJiacovtiy."
Fire, Life, Accident, Plate t.laan, etc.
on City and Count Property,
Improved and I ' n I n. proved City Lota
Htuck Kancheaj and Wheat Faruta
J. R. DICKSON,
Kaat Oroiuui Buildiiaf.
WWt t sB
And Beat the Cuban Commis
sion to Washington.
CUBANS DIDN'T WANT HIM NOW
They Are it the Short-bam Hotel, Where Thty
Will Mike Headquarters Wer
I Waoliuigton, April 1M. -Brigadier
a -o I i ,,,,, 1 w ... v. I
; ' Tin i ni i iiinoi vv en
mot of Cuba, accompanied by Ins
wife and secretary, arrived in tbia city
at S o'clock this morning, one hour
and forty minute ahead of the Cuban
comm issionners. It is said that the
commissioners were not particularly
eager for Oen. Wood to viait the
I'nited States at this time with thein,
and mat, when they Itnartl ot the gov
ernor s intention to travel bv steamer
'via New York, thev determined to
beat him by train.
At the Pennsylvania station, tl
Cuban commissioner who arrived at
, H :40 o'clock, were met by Assistant
Secretary of War Sanger, Asaiatant
Secretary of State Hill, ( apt. Sawtelle
i and Liet.t. Overton, of the army, who
escorted them in carriagea to the
Mtiorenam, where they a ill make their
Immediately after Hniahinu break
fast, Oen w io.i hastened to the war
department, ami held a long conference
with S.Tretary Koot , relating princi
pally to the visit of the Cuban coin
iiiiasioners and plans for their enter
The Cuban commissioners will meet
Baatatary Root at the war department
tomorrow morning at II o'clock, and
he will then is, ,,rt them to the White
House and present them to the presi
The cominiioner will hold a meet
ing flu alternooii to map out a pro
grain during their stav in vabington
Thev have agreed not to dieus
llit:es until they have seen the presi
dent ami the secretary ol war.
Cuban Reeelpts Decreased
Washington, April J4. A decrease
of f-'.'ti.Otl in the custom receipt .of
Cuba for the month of .lanuarv and
February, Bail, as compared with tlx
-am period in 1U0O, i shown in tin
statement iiied bv the
insular affaira of the war
This falling off in receipts at
OWtoms house oi ibi- island is
anottier indication of the remarkabl
let down in the trade of Cuba, a act
forth in a recent tatemeut of the de
parttuent which Nhowed that Cuba'
trade with tin Hilda world had de
creased over fl ."km, (SSI in import and
over l.'.iNMI.lNM) in Ijportl for the first
three-iiarter of 11MK) aa compared
with the anie pern! ol II
trade with the Cmted states during
thee peri'l showed a ilecreaan of
about I .no" ooo . n imports and H.tKKI.lsjO
IMPORTATHNN 01 LABOR
Uussltun Aslialss ihs People of the
Honolulu, April 11, via San Fran
Cisco, April 24. J he quarterly rert
of the territorial treaurer show actual
available cab on hand 1 1 tai, .!, an
amount which together with the eati
mated nieinta will not meet the cur
rent expenditures of the neit quarter
A loan bill has lawn introduced provid
ing for lmd to be issued to the
amount of 11,946,400, the limit of the
power of the territory to borrow.
Planter imiiorting Porto Kican and
southern negroes for plantation work
have decided to stop the importation
ol iavri.ru Wlllioui ram 1 1 ns. in
single male negrs in the shipments
received here have laten the very riff
raff of southern cities, made up of men
that are a menace to Isitb whites am
natives. Many crimes have already
la-en committed ami lore will tc little
surprise if the worst offenaea against
society should follow.
soma Are aestleas.
lie- married men settle down to
steady work and give little trouble.
The single men are restless, and after
a few weeka runaway from the original
plantations, and alter drifting around
from niece to nlace. invariant v end
in the police court. The Porto Klcaua
have given much ten trouble than the
Southern uegnau. They do not take
hold of the work at Drat aa well as the
negro, bt after being fed well, work
aa they should. The planters have
contracU-d alao for Italian laborers
from Iuisiana, used to plantation
work, ami many of litem are now en
route. The luisiana plantations only
tfive them employment during a or
tion of the year, while here they have
work throughout the year.
TOLD Till: WHOLE PACTS
Houoluluaus Old Not suppress Trutb
Honolulu, via, ti Francisco, April
21. Much eacitemeut was recently
cauae bv the iiscovery of a case of
bubonic plague. Discussion was en
aeindered over the proposition as to
whether it would 1st) dangerous and
detrimental to nublish lite fact that it
had been discovered. Conference with
the governor, with the board of health
aud the representatives of tbe various
Cpers were held. Trie lolly ol lollow
$ in Heu Francisco's footsteps aud
trying coersive measures to auppraa
actual facta, reeultiug in widespread
supsiciou and a magnifying of actual
conditions in the public nslud , was
pointed out, and it waa unanimously
determined to avoid Hen FraJUdiaco's
mistake aud tell the truth
Oivea to tbe Public.
The history of the case aud all facto
relatiug thereto were immediately
fiven to the public and the precau
iouary measures adopted published
As investigation showed tiie caae to
have been of a sporadic origin, and no
other cases followed, the scare imme
diately subsided, and a atriet uajrau-
tine and cleansing of the locality has
prevented additional casea.
Dr. Carmichael, for two years in
labatM of the federal quarantine ta
tion here, ha been relieved from dntv
here, and will leave aan for the main
land It is not known where he ia going,
but it i supposed that lie will take
the place of Dr. J. .1. Kiiivotin at San
hrancicso. It ia stated that the latter s
removal was one of the concessions
made to the San Francisco committee
that visited the president and secunsl
the suppression of the rejsirt of the
sHcial treasury committee that de
clared the existence of bubonic plague
in san Francmco. Dr. (ioter, formerlv
stationed at San Hi ego, Calif., has
ben appoint. -.1 to succeed Dr. Car
michael, and it is supposed that Dr.
Km you II will be sent to Detroit.
THE NEW YORK MARKET
Reported by I. L. Ray a Co., Pendleton.
Chicago Board ot Trade and New York
Stoek Exehanae Brokers.
New York, April ''4.--The wheat
market was strong tialay and sold at
one lime I :t-K up from last night's
close. Liverixxd closed. 59 7-H. New-
York opened 8f higher, 78 7-S, am
sold up to 7'.l 7-S. closing af 7! I
Tl .ere i a gtaal demand everywhen
from tbe millers of this country and
as the foreigners are in the market for
their usual large requirements prices
will hold up.
Money, per cent.
Close yesterday, 7K'U .
()H'ii tialay, 78 7-8.
Range today, 7R to 71 7-8.
Close today, 7 :l-8.
Inlv corn, ISO.
Sugar, tobacco, 196) ste.d, !
P.. 103 7-8; Krie, 37 ft-8.
Wheat In San Pranalseo.
San Francisco, April 4. -May wheat
ltr.'s t, nr.' :i..
Wheat In Chisago
Chicago, April 'Jt. May wheat, 71.
to ft 1-8.
New York Market.
New York, April '.'4.- sugar, ruw
fair relining, 3 ll-lb; centrifugal,
Bio, No. 7 spot,
to tl ; wool,
Corn Goes to 4S Cents
Chicago, April L'4. May corn re
some. I Ks soaring when the gong
sounded at the niatning of the board of
trade tin morning before the session
was halt an hour old, it had advanced
to M cent. Then Phillips came in and
sold considerable, steadying the mar
kets and preventing a further advance
EMIRS WILL RULE NO MORI
British Sueeeed In a Campaign Agaliiii
London, April -4. British West
African tnaips have inat completed
successful campaign against the P.mirs
"! Kontagorda and Hula in Northern
Nigeria, hive thousand native at
tacked the British force, tint, after n
pealed charge, were repulse, I Later
a ItritlNh lor-e which conilsl entire
ly of natives captured the capitals of
Kontagorda and Mida and liberated
thousands of slaw s Kinir have pal
rori.cd the country lor year (11111 Hr
respnnai hie for the slaughter of tholls
amis of natives.
Natives Killed In Mashanland
London, April J4. -Hixty native out
laws were killed in an eugug llielll
near l orl Darwin, Mashoualaii.l , . iti
i harterl and xdice.
DO SOME MORE SMASHINQ
That Is tbe Intention of Women III
Wichita. Kaa.. April M. Twenty
five women from Peck are p rt. .1 b
r.e n route to Wichita to smash all (he
saloons in town. Mrs. Nation and her
asaociales surrendered tbetnaidves tins
morning ami are in jail Mrs Nation
may remain in jail for several month.
Her bondsmen declined to fie Inrthcr
responsible lor her.
WALDI RSEE BREAKS DOWN
Over the Chine.
and Other Things.
Hamburg, April -4. A
from Pekin statss that Held
Wahlvrscc, i ommaiid i UK tlie lore in
China, has taken to Imu) and is auffer
ing from nervous breakdown, the result
of anxiety over the situation and the
tire which recently destroyed his head
Robbers secured $juu
Memphis. Tenu., April -4 III.
Uvea have been working all day at the
scene of the daring train robta ry on
tbe Choctaw, Oklahoma A. dull rail
road near Iron Mountain rossing
Arkansas, early (Ins morning, but so
far no arrests have been ma I- It ia
state! by an otbcial of the Wells 1'argo
l.xpress company that the bandit
aecurtal less than 300.
Clarke lo Retire.
Chicago, April 'J 4 John I Clarke,
president of the Chicago Telephone
company, will retire wlllilu tbe next
week aud will be succeeded by Jolin I
Sabiu, of sen Francisco, cabin will
also become president of the Centre!
Union Telegraph company, which
controls the Hell system coverin
Illinois, Iowa, Indiana aud Ohio.
Died From eight Injuries.
Loudon, April 24. -Billy Hmith. the
American boxer who we kma-krai out
in a tight with Jack Hubert on Mon
day night, died tula morning ae a re
ult of the iujurlee.
Tbe secretary ol the ."national sport
ing club ami the aecouda and the
referee aurromlered today.
Pilgrims Are Wrecked.
Toulouse, In April M, A
pea: let tram carrying pilgrims tu the
irlue at lamrdes culllded with a de
lached engine at Porte 8aiut mi and
wm wrecked. One peraon waa killed
and twenty live injured
Weald's Pair Commission Orgaelxsd.
81. Louis, April 24. The world'a
fair national commission met today.
Ka-Ueoator Carter, of Montana, was
chosen president : Joseph t lury, ol
to cvaa a colo m oaa nav.
Teae lavajaiv aVowu u4aUss Takeass.
Two and Three Fourths Mil
lions of Dollars Lost
BY THE OHIO RIVER FLOOD
Mulnium of Huh Water Kiprctod Tomorrow.
Botliiun Killed by Inle Houm
Owner on the Shore.
Cincinnati. pril '4 Cou..rvati as
anintatM itlaaa the naaibaf oi Mipie
Btada h ie by n,,. loadi and
atortns at eleven thotisaml, and the
financial Ins m the principal cities
SOOdad in districts up river at I'.'.TAt),.
(..) Tbe river continues to rise and
at noon registered "si feet 10 inches.
The highest polal probably will be
reached tomorrow The waters have
reached Water street mid the cullers as
far north as Second street are in-
andalad, Baataaai men, however,
secured the removal nf gissl in time
lo prevent lo.
At Parkerburg, tin morning, Car
penter Tafrjl oa laa "teamer Kevstone
state WM killed bv a "hut fired bv
Nlilncv Cole mi the river hank, who
warned the steamer to keep sway from
hi submerged houe.
TROUBLE IN THE CHURCH
Ducslion or Sspsrsis services Agitates
It moil ni nam
Honolulu, April II, via laa Kran
elseo, pril ii. -Kinscopal bishop
Willi oas signal iied the glad Kaster
tide by rinsing hi shepnerd's cnaik
ami whacking the Second MMNajatloa
an tinexactsl rsp. The hishep tells
how there came to he a second caBBjra
Ealloa iii iiis dloosalaa mugaine. in
the early days of the church, the
Anglo-Saxon member not wishing to
frataraiaa with the native memtier,
forini'd it "foreign congregation " anil
were granteil the privilege of the uae
of the aathadral nt certain hours for
separate serines These privileges
were viranted to prevent tbe disruption
ol the church, ami were given only to
the persons imil.itig the reipient, With
out any right of succession Inasmuch
a there ur ilv ten ol the original
grantees now alive, the bishop holds
that these few should bring these con
dit ions to an end, the more so as the
. lio. ese and cathedral are now IndofMM
lent ol missionary support and are
thrown on their own resources.
new remedy is being tried in the
islands (or leprosy. native lad let is
that the survivor of raltleNliake lute
in prool agaitiMt tin dieae and the
new cure is founded on this basis. The
poison in the gland is carefully
pressed mil, ami tin ratlleuake siison
iss laien carefully adunuistereil, both
as a Miitstitsi is spray aim in
lernallv. 'The result have so far
been favorable, hut there is great
danger that the isiieou in ipiautity
will be a fatal aa the lepnajy.
LINCOLN CASK Li OPENINQ
Tu He al Two Oil Afternoon Formal
Dedication ur Muuumenl In October.
Hpriugflehl, ills.. April M, After
consultation with the principal state
olhcer this morning, I inventor tales
kea Ideal that he VOald not ojsxn the
ssket coiitoilllni the remains of Ahra
ham Lincoln hi lore it is ilepoitl
in the sry nl oi ti u new in saal tin
afteinooti It retunh) ol removal
was scIkmIiiIciI lor .' o'clock with only
the old guatd present. Tbe formal
dedication i I He- m w monument will
not take place until Octulatr.
HI.OOI) SHI II IN CHICAU0
Scuimil slaii and Officers aix Up In a
Chicago, April -I be. a use Olticer
William Messsnger and Mergeanl
Thoiua sculiy, on duty at the Har
rington police station desk, reluaed to
I tll to hi protect agslust the
allcgwl injustice of his arrest yeeter
lay on a charge ol larceny. If. I., nel
son bMlav propaniy tetany wouuueo
Messenger and in return recelvial two
I. nil. i wound in hi own cheat that are
Mpaalad It cause death.
DISCUSS TERMS OF PEACE
gilehancr Will Meet a Deputation of
London, April -i. The Maiicheeler
Courier stale that it ha learned from
an authoritative source that l-ord
Kitchener haa coneeo tod tu rei'eive a
reputation of II. .rl i oininanders with
few duvs to discus terms of pcaie.
h .our, Pardoned.
Wasihnglon. April H. The presi
dent haa pardoned Henry U, Oardee
and Waller W liirault, convicted In
New Orb-ens in 1SW7 and sentenced lo
eight years in the Ohio penitentiary
for eiuheiihug funds from the Ameri
can National batik of New Orleaus of
which Oarde waa president and
irault cashier. The last it loners have
served all but two year of their aeu-
Manila, April :'j -Aa a reault of
American aiaivity in Ilocoe, oue huu
drel and fifteen oiticere end twenty
five hundred Holomeu have surrendered
aud sworn allegiance at Narvaoau.
Erescl Is lacaae.
Paris, April 24. A Koine dicnaton
aay that Hreci, the aeeaaciu of the
late King Humbert, haa tasuoiwe iiseeue
as a result ol in ireaiuieei "7
era Ueeseeaau aeeeiated.
Wahioato, April M.-Tbe war de
(artuieut tble aUruoou auuouuoed t-'ii
name uf nee lunun miiui,
will be eppoiutod to lieutenancies in
tne regular eriuy.