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DAILY EVENING EDITION
EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, ORKUON, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1901.
Owne uni! lee m.
00 m I
in tin- city.
R. & G. Corsets.
Evcrv WOtnin knows what tin R
and (i. Corset is It is the corset of
comfort with tlic MIMIM B4 Style it
is the only cor.srt tlmt will not, can
not ami docs ntt Stretch, If you
buy nn R. and (i Corael that Meg
stretch, or proves unsatisfactory in
any way, bring it back to us and we
will Rive vim a new one or your
in stock the famous
is popular with must
ilo not demand an
extreme straight tn nt
do will tnd it in the
shown in the above illustration.
We have No 37 m black, drab, pink and blue
We sell No. 397 for 51.25 and it has no aqua
We have R and Ci. Corsets to lit any form
R anil (i Corsets rane in price from ft. 00 to $3.00.
Alexander & Hexter.
The Boston Store
No old itook but all new ami OOf
ncl Priced 26c to 8.fi0. We
tftiil to iee you riulit awav alxiui
Shirt Waist Shirts.
The newest creel inn In men'i went-,
(kligned I" take the place of the
hirt waist, Tbehotwtvc favorite.
Priced I 60 end 13.00
New Sweaters arc here.
Now we haw a
New line of Summer
String ties, ., l izeii ,
Windsor bow tiei
Windsor long tiei
ni H I fancy weavee
you will be lorry you bt
when j mi see these, it'
Imuglil now is the time.
you Mav n't
All lines complete. All sizes now.
We want tn ihow the new colon
Barber and Bar Goats.
We have iiiUj a line of theet now
and would he platted to show them.
Busiest Store in Pendleton.
Ma : . . .
UH '' ' 1 1) I'm
.... iun, morgan iX Wright
In tires, revereible handle ban
i ....i . .
"iiiiuuu ininln. i,i ..o ... K
t-t caskets (.in ii ,.c
I en Salmon
i isanari, etc.
1i !wt ami Mammock.
Pee Goodi Croniutt s,.tKi
m l yc to i 6c. Hammnl ks
M. M Baeeball anode.
"r". bicycle Sundriee.
" UUhet. and Novelties.
Km u'at. r v. i ,
. i t-uiuruu or
ln K'uss, 6c. m c.
a.-. --- r . ,q J, . B . r.
ny diaha.. all ki.il.
's lad pricaa,
She Stops lo Adinirt' ilic (liina.
and pretty porcelain ami glaM
ware displayed by Ul is what
every housewife in PottdletOB
does when nt-ar our tor
If you haven't seen the bar
nams in Chaasbei aeti that we
are aSer ibi this week, drop in
and see tin ipleadid valui
that sou tan net for your
Cold cr...,i., ..... ...
piUit-t pom . rs .
Un Pl0rid w,ltor ,3oc
f WluaUHl, hair ionics,
n p"ot0 , r.meg-
I, """iuk an elegant line
iL Illl and gojd plilU.(1 ph00
,,lts. lor t,, . .. . . ,
,i r ' p i laiesi si ies
.un in price.
u,:ki 8mteat ijaaoir.
Hum,, i,urnai aunrv
Jrto laatthatoj aeeaaaw.
BYEKS' BEST FLOUR
To iitak gool bread uite Bvurw' B(Ht Klour. It took tirt
prtmiiuiu at the Chicago World' I Fair over all competi
tion, and give excellent aatiHlacti'in wtMirevev uned.
Kvery aack ih guaranteeil. We have tl. 0.-nl strain
Kollel Bailey, Seed Kye and Beard leu Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BVKKS, Proprietor.
IM KM NEWS.
"'v. N ash and party worn given a
fine reception In Sarranu'iito.
i awma'i yacht lajdepeadeaei if eon
n) Ha. inao't .tonpwl att.1 the llnal
amithiBa beiaj ione.
Hen. t Iih ff ! ha ipiniiil an 4irdr
lonnally ending th( t'niti'd Stattw n
I lei etpedltlOB in China.
Turkey i'gn perdon Iiobb tiu poeren
fur the puKtal laeldeBl and ak that
tlic higg4r natinnH (urget it.
Mr. I.vnian (iagp, wife of the 1801 1
tary ol tli4 treamuy who l iod 0B Rater
day, will be bariee near Chicago.
Heeretaty LoBfi who wa with the
president ihI party, han gone from San
PraneioDo te I'iomiio Rpriagai where
hit daughter ia ill.
The Oh in iMiigre.aional 4le!egation
hrtM aeeepted an invitation to viait
Portland and hhc the Colombia from
The I la I lea t Aatoria.
Evolya B. Baldwin, with 40 Botii
IB Blberlaa poalei and 40 .loga, will
H i un Aril i'Xeiimnu, aaiung
frmn I'uiidee, Seotland.
Rer. M. D, Peboook, of Look pen n.
y . a rfeeliytetlan eleeayoiaBi ia he
ileeed n have MteMfen la atonte.
severing an arlery of the wnat anil
fwalliiwiug cnrrofive anhlimate.
WlaitOO Churchill, the vonng Bag
huh a-ar cirreap4ndent and member of
the limine id coinmona, maiie a fpeerh
in parliament favoring eronomy of ex
penditnre, and hecaiue Homewhat fa
iihiuk an a reault.
King Bdward Seventh ia mak ing very
radical ollOOgOl at Windaor Caatle
difdiarging or penaioiiing old aervanta,
employing new utiea, and return iah ing
FOOBI ami apartiiM'iitf in modern atyle.
s.me Kugliahnien are allocked at the
H. Clay Pierce, ol st. Louis, beade
a syndicate thai if believed t con tarn
plate hiiild.'ng a town at Manxanillo
harhiir. Mexico, aa a main port lor
fhipa in a gigantic acheme to control
iinp'prt and export htifineaa iietVeea
the Dnitod BtatOI and the Orient.
PACIFIC NORTH WKST N S W S.
i'r'Kjuct Ion ol fiigar in llaaaii haa
Uoiihled during the paft decade.
The Btato Obristiaa Endeavor ooa
Veal in salem auf a great ainxeaa.
Baker City bopej 10 have an aaitay
utiice eatahlialied there by the teileral
Baker City will invite the inembera
ol the Interna iooal Mining Ooagreai at
I'.oiae to vielt her.
Judge C 1. Kinery, a well known
Seattle lawyer, waa found dead in hit
hi'd there OB Sunday.
Relet throeaboet Baatern Oregon,
WaabinetOB ami Idaho have greatly
heneliied the cropa .luring the paat fear
In the track meet, the I'. of O. had
11 sod the U. of W. 18 poiuta, rain
..topping tin- meet when it waa nut
Ongoii City will have tine
Chautauqua program thia (all, aa
aeaall Prominent fpeakera have laen
eligageii in the l.aat.
Marv II. Wheeler, a "divine healer,"
died iii Walla Walla. She left many
willa, hut not a OBSt of property, and
waf heiied at the county expenaa.
Jfldge l.llif hohla hia deciaion in the
L5nloaBsker ooanty "PaaHeodle"
cam. until hi' haa OOm plated a term of
OOUrt be if h .Ming la Wallowa county.
in Aberdeen, Waah., the coinuioli
I'OUIICll Caill4' tO IlloWf. Oll4 COIIUCll-
wan, Beaa, vMigblai itb, baeeked
down Stewart, weighing IflTjEg poundf.
Oflkeert ehceaa lor the aaealag year
bj tue Htate Christian Endeavor ooa
vention are: Kev. li. s. Templetun,
preaident, i'ortland; Kev. U.S. U.
Humbert, lira! wre-prHaident, C(ir
rail is Kef. W. hender, aecoml
rlopret ideal, UcMiaavlllei Mra.
Bile D. BIOS, third vico-preaidenl,
Aeblaildj Mia Martha Caae. aecre-
tary, Portland J. A. Bejekjeood,
treaeareti Wiiiaburg; Mra. T. M.
Ueelt, fuperinteiideut of junior work.
UreajOB City; Bex. 0, T. liurd, auper-
lutendenl ol itnTfT"BBea ud citixen
a ti 1 1, Lafayette ; k. v. (irtuwaar, good
Kapua Cominiu Suietde.
Port lead, Ore., May 21. General
William Kapua, formerly BUBBW t
Bydney, Australia, a prouiiueut poli
tician' suicided thia morning. He ia
chief ol the i iiy eiigineer'a department.
Many Men Are Out, Bui No
THE QUIETEST TIE-UP IH HISTORY
President of the Assoeiatloo Confident of Sue
cess Conditions In San Francisco.
Memorial to MeKlnler.
Warranted not to Rust
1 have just received a LVBi ihiptnailt 1
LISK ISSS TINWARE
lliob as milk pins, milk cans, boilers
tea kettlen, sauce ans, dlppri and
bucketi, etc. Every niece is warrant
ed not to rubt and in exchangeable at
n : : f 1 1 ... . ..to
time lor i new 11
See display in window.
It and rouvh it and you'll
a . . . , . M .L .. L.ak
St rM or triiii wea cow u imm
f ouutfh " That is what the doctor
id to a mane nuirrvad buui with a wile
and ciiiid to car
for and a modest
alary to support
them on He
Love and duty tied
hi in to his desk ia
have to travel to
lungs. Dr PteWe I
Discovery cures ob
cougtia, bronchi tie,
Uoedlug of the
dtseaae which if neglected or uuakiil
lully treated terminate fatally in cou
aaasyaieav I wul mt you what Dr. Ooldea
Madlcal Ul. ..very btu. doue few ia," y f .euia
K U'I B . of lurta, Couuty iCy
ill lay tuaa I have bad s bad
cvar sioo. vrtlb hortuja or
was vary easy to take cold ; im
change of w taav woua eaaM wj
lid I WsMia iu ait uj . "
;.1 a A cat oc alaao at .
could aot work at all A fcw
i.uiy Have aut aacd more tbaa
Ilea and now aau aa. aiirv ,
mMA feel like a urw luau I caauoi auu wo.u.
to utSoieully leooiouieud Dr Heroe ' (ioldaa
CjuSDuaiveiy. or taU list ood tt has daaw
fce.Slh sua II
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
a JJ I
Dr. Pierce a Coiuinou Oeuse meuumi
Adviser iu paper cover Is aent fr4 on
Mcaipt of ai one-cent atanips to pay
ajwraBaae of ulailiug o The book haa
aooSpaiies and over 70 UlusUsVlons.
Ul v. rwi". -' w.
Waithinnton, May II . I'rfnidi-nt
0'Connell Hai4l this atorainfl that ever) -
thinif lvnktd to an tarly arhitratimi id
the machinists' trikt. Hi4 han rt
pOrtS from many plaeeS ShewlBg that
firmi have sotrseded 1 1 nioehoar tla
Btaad. Daring tiit mora i tig. additional tele
urain frnai arinnn cititi, anBOOneiltg
ooDceseloni to the BMBi were iweeived.
I'liii far, it in elalmed that the "trikf
Is tin' moat orderly and the quieteel la
the bistory ol organ ised lahoi In
Msmerlallied the President.
San Kranrim'o, Mav "Jl. Stveo
thoiiHand Btaeblnlsta aalketl out on
tiit utrike hert ytMtturday. The ilay
pained gotetly. a loactny atemorlal
eiuanatiut from the San FraneisOO
I I .. . r OoaBOil han Iteen prenenttHl tn
Presldeni SaoKialej. Itaeerlbes toe
prenent differeni-eH In'tween efltployers
and ainploves to the poHaibility of
cnnKreHH not taking any at'tion in ref
ereuce to the further COfltiBOSBOa "I
the enduyinn law now in fnrre. The
policy of territorial expaiiHinn is ruin
liatted and the request is maiie that
with the acquisition o( oiitlvin lands,
the doctrine of elilusion he enfurreil.
The l.almr Coutu il has also issued a
m-colid Htateuient relating to 1 1 1 - pro
poseil arlntratiiin Mcheme. While it
admits in thin StStOCBOflt that the lalmr
inilleniiiin haa not yet arrival, it says
that through conciliatory measures and
general liiscussioun mui h may he ac-
oonpllehed. The plan of the proposed
convention is thus explained
The Labor Ooaaell at i ta Bteeting
Friday Bight laotrneted the eaaoativs
committee to call a convention coin
poeed (if tao memliers trom each
attiliateil union and invite mvrcliaiits,
manufacturers and other puMic-
pirited eitlseOS to come and discuss
matters uoa in dispute. The tsuii-
nittee was also Inetrneted lo latereei
some leadillK ritl.ell to issue the call
and open the convention. The SOOpS
of the convention is not to settle exist-
init lalmr dlspotee. hut to hrinK aboot
a better ansleretendlna bebareea sm
pl'iyar and empoyi-H Thi' laeafltiVS tn
the ialliiit of this convention was
given by the recent coiiventinli held at
Nee Vorfei srbeie inadinit baeiness
men. iirnin ineiit divines Hnd ri.tirem-ii-
I tetivee ol onaniaed laisir uiet und
brooabl eaiployer and employe nearer
A munlier of men prominent in
Hoi ial, political and reliirums lilti have
lean sutKaeteti, hut BOM sttems will
inj; tn follnw the actum taken in Sea
Helpers' Union's Demand.
The exaclltivH committee d the
Koilermaker's and Iron Hhlpbuildore1
II4. liters' UoiOB. a part of the iron
huiltliiig trailes, has su limit ted the fol
lOViflg si he. I u It ol proHised wat(rs in
sympathy with the action taken by
the machinist, Iroui whom they receive
their upirt :
Inexperieueeti man shall receive the
sum nl ' per day.
Baperleneed men shall rseeive the
euiu of 26 ier day.
Ilfl)ur tfoinK on aa lioldfr-on ihall
rei:eive the sum of 2 . 50 sjr dav
Helper 011 llano," fire to receive the
h 11 in of 2 60 per ilay.
Vine hours shall constitute a .lay's
work on the inside.
Ki(ht hours sliall ipnstitute a day'
work on the outside.
All overtime hall Ism paid at the
rale of douhltt time oil outside joh
and on inside work at the rate of time
and a half.
Mo (.liana in Stria.
au Kreaeieeoi May II. There i an
chantre in the strike situation todav.
THK OLD SHAMROCK WON
The New bo. 1 May Have Uii Held
Southampton, May II The two
Shamrork arcompauieil hy K Kb parol
William's Meteor inadi- aimther tria
trio iu tiie Solent veetenlav. Hoth tliu
challeiiKers weeuied about eeuly
iiiul.hi.d although Shamrock 1.
finished first. Some experts think the
uea it aas helil te
Old On Hal Today.
( OWaS, May II, -The tv.o .--liainrork
had another trial spin t'siay. i'he nlii
tsiai had a minute the lead alien the
tirsl turn, a run ol thirteen miles, was
made. The new t .. ,a I had three 111 lliutes
the start si the beaiuuina.
The old hoal turned the seromi leg
sliahlly ahead of the challenger
The old host 1 rossed the hmeh line
one minute and - seioiiils iu the iuad.
(;onlltulloo Took a igiu.
Hristol, H 1 , -May II. 1 he OOSP
StitUtioB. the new cup defender, started
ou lis initial spin in .arragauseii
1..,. thia ,i, .mini;.
.1 1 i... .. , 1., .ft waa at the wheel.
The light wind died away entirely
ehi.rtly after the start, hut when a
little hreeie name at times, theyaihi
a. lad heautifuily.
QUraaJTf MUNII ICENCfc
He gqulps scotch Universal In mm
Kd in burg, May l.-The Carnegie
ed ur.al iona I eiidowmeiit announced yes
terday is more exteneiv than was at
ti rot predicted, ilis gift includes a
fund for the equipment of the lour j
Scotch universities on a scale eclipsing
anythiug iu the United kiugduiu.
THK NEW YORK MARKET
Reported by I L. Hay Co.. Pndlton,
Chleaa Board of Trad and Nw York
Stock Hxchana Broker.
New York, May 21.- The wheat
markid .ts strong today Bttd the Oloes
was near the top price. The txnirt
demand is having its Inflnenoe and
etoeki ( old w iu.at an. rapidly olnlB
lanlng. Three (on rtbi of the visible
supply is held at IbeBt cities, vix.,
('imago, Puiutii and Minneapolis, The
DalaUl whtat is aolii awaiting ship
niiiit. Minneapolis will need what
sli4 has and BtOfe for the mills, and
the ObleagO wheat is moving nut
faster than BVOT known is'iore. B000
ikkl bushels being movci! during the
past week. On Salurdav lust, New
York had only 100,000 basholl in store,
St. Louis not much inure, while
Omaha and I'ountry elevators report
their houses cleaned out, being the.
Hret time since IHHtl. The Northwest
spring wheal states are complaining
of extreme ilry weatlmr, ho it i not
unlikely we may see wheat price
move as they did last J8BO1 WhOB
Chicago pritVH w.'iil up over twentv
eentl In as many days. W heat is OCT
tainly obeap around presi-nt priOOS.
Mooeji 5 per cent.
Wheal , New Y4rk :
closing yestordeyi 7M',...
1 ipeoiflg today , 7 S 1 .. .
ivangi tislay, 7H'tf to 7H 88,
Close tmlay, 7H1.
i losing peoterdajTi li !.
Opening today, 7'2't.
liauge today, 7'JJ4 to .':t' ..
Close todafi 711
Stoks. Sugar, 147; tobai'co, '.'Jii'j ;
steel 1 44 8g 1 8t. Pafll,lBT)4 1 Atchison,
r; Ml N. P., IMH ; U. IV. I0e,
New York Markl.
New York, May J. -Sugar, raw,
fair.reiining, Slfj ceiitrifugala, Mtesti
4 981 1 retineii, oresbed, tM)S pow
listed. M61 granulated, MS i ootfee,
Rio No. 7, n M rice, domestic, lo
ti4 ; wool , unchangetl .
THE BOERS ARE RAIDING
Uo Into lap Colony Undar Coiiimand or
Mlddleberg, Cape Colony, May II,
riie Boon have begun another raid into
Cape Colony. It is believed, thai
General Dowel i in oommand The
Itni rH an- concentrating at Vorburg.
g its report a force thai numben
about one thousand and growing daily.
Uwt In Botha Pai Country
Pretoria. May '.'I. -Army OfHoers
oIbIb) that Devrel Is not in Oaps
Colony, hut is iu the eoantrv near
Itotha's pass with four thousand men.
in this oonntry the Boars have scored
their greatest sin ss4-s.
CONTINUES TO IMPROVE
Brt. MeKlnlay In lh Way ror Rocovery
From Her I.ala IllaOSS.
San FranlaoO. May lli - Mrs. Mc
kinley spent an exielb.nl night and
up to noon today was resting very
ttasii! (ireatest hope are entertained
(or her re.overy. The presid4.nl re-
Viewed the I children Ibis BtOTII
san Francisco, Mav 2 Mrs. Mi
K Inlay 'e oondition i.neps improving
After reviewing the lairade of school
oh ltd ran tins morning, the pros Ideal
went for a ifrive in the prOBidlO.
PUNISH WEST POINTERS
Court Barllal Approval! by Secretary
Kool Bany an... m.i
Washington, May , Heeretar)
Kisit ibis atlernOOB approved the sen
teme of the court martial ai West
Point by which live cadets ale ex
ielled, six others Slisiiellded.und minor
punishment lafliOted 0B hfty others.
Names ol tin. ouiprits will not be made
public until lillblished at the acadellit
tomorrow. ( adel Mai Arthur, a sou
of 1 Mineral MaeArthui, was one of
those receiving minor punishment.
THAI PUTT AMENDMENT
Said lo Ilo on lli PruKrani loi Ae.si.t
Havana, May II, It is generally
expei ted that the OOUStitUtiOOal BOO
VeiltioS which is in session I.mIuV will
pabllely adont tin- riatt amendmeul
before adlonrnment. on ... i.n a
Herat ballot was taken, it ia under
sUsid, nblefa Showed (hat oulv two
members are holding out against the
adoption of the ameiidmem A tig is
out in goveramenl . Ire lee that the ooa
vention will coiitirm this SOOrot work
adndeal scmey wpi.
Na York. May 21. Adimral Meblei
arrived tislay from l.uropi on the
steemvr Wllbelm dei '.rouse. Paseeu
gers say the admiral H.-pl last night
when he announced 111 a spi-et h that
he hail maiie hi last trip at sea.
He Was a Civil War Veteran,
UHDKR I CLOUD FOR TWKHTV tUU
Cleared it Last, He Wis Ruinslttrtl In the
Army CMgrtltMi BoulHIc, ol
Milne, Died Today
New York, Alav UeBOTal Kitx-
JohB Porter .lied tins amfnlag at Mnr-
rislown, S. J, of chronic diabetes,
aged Mil. Iiiirmg the sivll war. (ien
eral Porter was dismissed from the
army on eh urges of aiding the eniuny.
The case was celebrated and attracted
general attention for vears Kr ds
saoceeded In aseariag a to hearing and
(en. Porter was eaoaeralad.
(KitS.JoiiB Porter was born at Poete
mouth. N. R. iii IH8 and was a
nodsifl 0l the famous Admiral D. D.
Porter, who served with markiMi dis
tinction in the navy from ih'jii to bis
death. Pits John forter gradaavsd at
West Point in 1145. and look part in
the Mealeafl WSr. He nn ap il.d it
brigadier-general of role a esses at the
beginning of the elvil war and Served
with distinction iu the Peninsular cam
paign iIMllJ), particularly at the seige
of TorktOWn and as corps commander
at MeebaBlevllle, Geiaee' Mill ami
Malvern Hill He took part in the
si iid day's light of the second battle
oi Hull Una togesi 10, lagg,
tin that oeeaeloo the Mppositioa
that he Moeived an order on the Meld
to move to a certain poaiiloa with hi
i MMUmaad He did hut move to the
posit ion and S chares was made that
he etas guilty of aiding the enemy by
refusing to abas the order and carry
out the instructions.
The theory of the pCOSBOOtiOBi that
resulted in 1 nuieral Porter's court
martial and dismissal from the army,
was t i,iii he relaeed lo obey the order
in order the! " nomy might gain
the victory. It was the ratikest sort of
treason thai was charged. For twenty
Mur- tbs general remal I under the
cloud, hut iu 1881 bis sentence was
partially suspended, and, iu iMMtl, he
was restored o the army.
rh Is action was due to the persistent
demands of bis Irnunls, who tluallv
procured a uoBgreesioBal Inqalrv. rbe
oo tn in It tee aacartained that Porter
never received I he order t hat was sent,
and that, had he received it. be SOBM
not have olsiyeil, inasuiiudi a a so
perior force was before him tn Impede
progress to the Doiat I nil liatisl .
I'he saonerel was complete and
iwsaatabllahed fleneral Porter Is lbs
fair name he had previously poSBSSaad.
Some ol his friends have ,;. ... d thai
Porter was pMBBOUted because by ao
doing iieiieral rge II Mct'ellan, hi
superior olhcer, would be discnslilial,
iid that Oaneral McOlellaa i un
justly dealt with by history aa waa
tien. Porter np to the tune he was
cleared ol all Inpotatl wrong do
ing. Kdi '
hou rmiss okath.
Mam Ceegreesmea aad iaeal sxpn
Had Ineuraljl nlal irouni.
Waverlv, Mass , May 21 -nr r
oongraasmau, Obarlas a Boatolla, al
Msine. died tins altarnooa at the Mc
Lean Sanitarium, in which institution
lie has been a patient for tin. year,
suffering Ir-.m an nuureble menial
trouble He was sleeted in the forty
eighth eongram and to each succeeding
one, including the lilty-lltli, when
in. was etricaefl. He served as sbalr
man of the naval conimillaa IB IBB
tilty lirst, liftv fourth and illty tilth
I eonaresses He was burn in UaaMira
Hoots, Maine, un Pebruary im:iw. He
adopted his lather's profession of ship
I master, ami was appointed acting
master ol the uavv in iHtt'J He parti
t'ipatiul in the war u( the rebellion
hoi n Us close, and was discharged at
hi own reqaeel ia I MB, He waa en-
I gaged m bOSiBOCS until IHII wheu he
' ViMcaine proprietor and adltee es age
llangor Whig IB politic he waa N
A CHURCH KliOKUANIZATION
Nuw York lamei Hsaardlns lit PfO"
New Vnrk, May Jl A slaUuneiil
tal LiU in. 4. I. l ilt i. -I.i. that ih. r.. is a
deiinite uiovemanl ob ',M,t la the rrot
estanl I piSCOpal eburih 10 divide Hie
I ni ted Mates Into province, and ee
tabllh over each provinoa aa arch-
bishop as heads of the i bert h III
actions. Prom the arebbssJaoM it i
pisnued to el. , t a metropolltta, who
shall lie the eolist Itulloiial leader uf
tiie church in America.
"ST. JOE STORE
L. ti. Shipp Little McKay
Choice Creamery Butter
LYONS MeBRCANTILg COe,
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