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DAILY EVENING EDITION
EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
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Tonight Md MuvuHt, fair; virmrr
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OHKOON, SATURDAY, JUNK H, 1J)1.
BFST and MOST
COMPETE : : : :
GROCERIES: : :
in Eastern Oregon
You want a
Nice size spring frvrrs.
dressed or alive.
G. R. Demott.
WANT A BARGAIN
IF YOU DO
It Needed to Buy $4, $5 and $6 Values.
We have selected from our Ladies'
shew stock every pair that is t.s.
K'kki, too old, or anything we could
pick a .iiirrl wild ami for a quick
sale we have taken everything off
the price except fl.OO.
At the price they won't last long.
Alexander & Hexter.
Bnild, the Scothctnail, won the golf
championship from Vardon, the Ameri
can. The Kentucky Federation of Wo
man's clubs voted to exclude a colored
woman's clnh from membership.
Said Count Wal.lersee: "1 have now
FMiintd the fiincticu Ol cominaiider-in-ctiief
aiul Ml t.Mlav leaving China
b way of Tokio. "
Senator M. A. Ilanna has hern ap
pointed ii soloMl on the otlicial staff ot
General Uussieiir, commander-in-chief
of the tirand Army of tne Republic.
It is said that ahont 99 per rent of
the young men who presented them
selves lor the entrance examination at
West Point military academv, were
found physically disqualified, mainly
on account of weak even.
At the Hlinual meeting ol the stock
holders of the Chicago .V Northwestern
railway compmiv, the usual semi
annual dividend of 8 per cent on the
common and the quarterly dividend of
WAS SENT TO
I THE CUBANS
Piatt Amendment to Be Forced
THE AMERICAN TROOPS WILL REMAIN
1 'a per cent on the preferred stock.
w mi declared.
Said Chas. T. Yerkes, in London:
We have practicallv got control of the
remands of This
Washington, June s. As a result of
London uii.lcrgr. uiul railway. That is the cabinet meeting yesterday, iristrin
The Boston Store
There has never been a time when such
Stylish affairs were offered for so little
Rare Cotton Bargains
Weooantit rare gool fortune to be
lUt to n11 flat goodl fr ho little this
early in the st-awn. Judge the whole
store by this splendid lot of values.
I2jcanl h"c peroalei for 10c
lu Dord iriachams 10c
Mr and II ! i in it inc n n i Iqumiu I, ,v "
Shirting printl uud Bootoh lawns for
oX yards white India linon at
line dress ginghams for 8jc
Apron ginghams for . 5c
Silk waists for summer wear as well as (or
evening wear are growing more in favor with
Pendleton women, as well as their sisters in
larger cities. You get a change from the wash
waist without losing any of its attendant com
forts, and you add much to the beauty and
Derby Silk Waists s:i is e;i-h.
others at $4.40, 55, S6. $7, 7,50 up to $19,
Every one materlilly reduced in price
There isn't an old desigji in the showing, nor
a single waist that wouldn't be counted splen
did value at our regular asking. They are crisp
fresh, charming styles, in the first flush of
At one-third least than regular pnu
FBli if PIBB0N8 -Neok widths. Alxmt town such vtiuei us thM
are offered for a QOAlitr. All we ask is
Ur 1 1
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
What n amounts to. mj syndicate is
DOBipOMd ot British and American
financiers, although far the largest por
tion ot the capital cornea from the
The tfOltOM ot the Kansas Weslevail
university have refused to re-eiec
lrof. I. fab hs to the chair of natural
science, which he has held for the
past two years. The cause of the do
minant is what is known among the
Methodist clergy as "Higher Criti
cism" ol the hihlc, a mild phrase of
The April repoit for the I'uion
Pacific, Oregon short Lino ami Oregon
KaMrotd ,v Navigation t'o., shows a
gratifying increase. The gross receipt
from ail three lines for April were
.'MlH,7:i7, an increase over the same
per; ,d ol 1900 Of 1186,171, The total
expenses for the same peri.sl were
7'.,i;., an increase of i.'7H,0h8 over
last vear. The total surplus is fl,
1,947. Sir ltlutnler Mayle, conservative,
asserted that the British othcers who
hail tWOO sent to Hungary and Austria
had purchased hruken down animals
at extravagant prices, and divided w ith
the tellers the price charged the
British government a Is ve the actual
coat. He demanded the appointment
of a committee of inquiry. Lord
Stanley, tiiiancial secretary for the
foreign othcH, said au inquiry would
tlons were cabled to ( .. iverii..r- i onorii I
Wood this IBOrilitM, directing him to
convey to the memhers of the Cttbnn
constitutional convention the M "Otivo
announcement from IVesident Mckin
ley himself that he will not lie hie to
withdraw A rican troops from Culm
until the I'latt auieinlinent dan heen
adopt,,! as it stands, without, into rpola-
lion or ditication, as a part of the
-motion o the new repnlil lo. It
is in effect .111 ultimatum, thoiiK h not
couched in offe.isive terms.
Cuban Aetlon Deterred.
Havana, June s. The const itn tional
convention bat defern .1 BOtlon 'i n Sec
retary Kisit's letter regard lis) the
cahinet's action on the Piatt meii.l
meiit until Monday.
IT IS A BLOOD INFECTION
TUT: NliW YORK MARKBT
Reported by I. L. Ray Co.. Pendleton.
Chicago Board or Trad and Naw York
Stoek Baertanae Brokart.
New York, lune 8. The foreign
markets wore lower this morning.
Liverpool . '..-r.g ' down, I I0)ej.
New York prices acarcely changed
opening 7Uc and closing 7H l-H. Chicago
opened l.ii' mul cloaed 7;(, to 7i! n-l.
The exports wen- heavy for the week,
bnlnn f004000 compared with 1,980,
000 for same week last vear.
Closing yesterday, 7t l9)i
Opiui ing today , 711.
Range today, 7U to 7il l-H.
Closelloday, 7U t
Stocks: Sugar, 141 .r-K , tohacco,
1 . steel, 19 7-H; St. Taut, Hitl',
Atchison, s: , ; Krie, 4: 1; t'nioii
Whaat In ChlcaKO.
Chicago, , lune H. Wheat, 7:1 to 7H
Naw York Markal.
New York, lune s. Sugar, raw, fair
refining, ll'Ji-.l:'; centrilugals, t'' test,
4'4 ; retlned, crushetl, 008) powdered.
rum to 585 mnnlatHi MO 10 508 1
coffee. Rio, No i", on snot, ll H; rice.
to II1 . ; Wool
We offer a regular 35 bicycle,
adiebar, etc., i, sJS jn (at,
Wheel w.ll cipart.- fyvoral.ly
Myolao wheel inPendleton
U are acktiowledced
iwterilor line toilet soap.
the .n W
DRY GOODS STOCK.
bai and up.
-..u sua j
in in-t .v i
sPwial Things hcrt
I'AUH MIHlltWhSI NKWS
At Tacuina, grand commandery of
Kiiik'l ts templar elected John I.illie,
of Port Townsend, grand commander.
John Hull, proprietor of the Haily
Reveille at Whatcom, has sold an in-tete-t
to Ivlwurd Thomas, of the North
west Repuhlican. Mr. Hull retains a
.) W. Kendrick, fur some years oast
general manager ami vice president of
the Northern PaelOo, has resigned to
boWMM tliird vice-preiiident of the
Atchison Tosska it Santa Ke.
One .'.in, Ire.l ami seventy eight home-
studs, oggnntini 90. tw mm, were
taken up at the Walla Walla laud
oilu during May. The majority of
tbt locutions were in the Hig Hemi
Dayton oltiaoot rotod down the
pro position to have the town purchase
the Roth electric light nlant hv 1-M to
'SI. A. Roth, who has heen supplying
eh ilnc light for MMM time, offered to
aell his plant for fliU.UOU.
At I'orllimd. Uistrict Attoruev
t liainherlain declines to take part in
tin Mil vbiob Attorney QoMMl Rlack
hiiru di sites hied in the name of the
siale of Oregon against Sylvester
I'ennovi r, tiOOi W. lloBrido anil I'hil
M, '-, lutn as f'.niier state school hoard,
! to rorOVW 180,089 shortage iii the ac
, counts ol ei-clerk ol the lioard, (ieo.
' I he l.ane Coin, ty S eteruu's Asao
rial Ion closed Its three days' conven
tion at BafOM and elected: Presi
dent, Juhu Ingham, of Kugeiie ; vice
presidents, C I lodd, .1. M. Sheley,
I W iliiuin Laudia, J. R. Klliott, f, H.
Duttoo, Qavdnofj w. h Linoola
and J, I.. Karaiati, The president was
author land to appoint the secretary
Nalura ot Hrt. MaKlnlay'a Ulna
Washington, .lune H,- t ium i
followimr am nceinenl waa liu
the White House
Mrs. McKinlev'a illness ha I n
blood Infoetiofl reaiilting from 1
lelon which hegan in l.os ngeies and
ahich was pnunptly treated hy liB in
cision. I'he MBMqnoni eonalt on oi
exhaustion was due to the same hhssl
InfOOtion, with never." diarrlMia, BIm
improved and was drought bun ie in
comfort ami without loss of it re ngth.
I he principal cause foranxi 'ty in her
case since her arrival in VVaahil iftOO
ha-i. ecu acute Inflammation o.t tlia
lining of the lueiiihrane of the Ix art,
involving the nitral valve aa a result
of the same hlood infection. Thia s
not apa-Hr to he progressive and there
has heen improvement in tbo diarroli Ml
and in her general ennd iti on. Mrs.
Mckinley's case at the rot cut ,'iu.e
presents a hopeful aspect.
THOSE VERY FIERCE QAUIS
Dual Baan aaaln This Morulna
Othari brow Out or It.
I'aria. June h. Max Regis ami M.
l.alierdeaqiie, who fought a duel for
two and one-half hours yesterday with
swords without result,' resumed the
encounter thia morning. Regis was
pinked in the forearm and hootilltM
Here suspelihf,htlt 11,,, ,.,,, jH ,, y,.(
Regis i- in great rage over his ill iu. k.
He insultwi LobofdiofM afresh boforo
leaving the field, and another dm I
a as decided BDOO on tko Bat. Alter
the comhat waa ovar, the pnuripals,
Mnonna, dootora ami -i .,t. i, nngHg,i
in lierce words. While this waa going
on, two I'aria reporters got into a hot
aati-fckmitifl argument, and then ami
th. ie arranged a duel. It is considered
likely that other duels will grow out
ol the affair.
Regis received his wound in the llrst
round. It hied profusely. When he
(Oil the touch of cold steel, Regis shook
u;s iiiiiniureo arm at his adversary ami
si reamed "assassin."
San Franclfro situation Ii Unohanasd
4000 Ara Out.
San l-rancisco, .1 one H. I'here la no
iiuprovement in the strike OOOditiOII,
Btriking mMblntati holding Orm, with
no desert ions, and insist their demand-
are reasonahie Kmployon pei
siptently refuse to confer witli the
striker. All work is practicallv at a
standstill. Vessels n ling repairs
an mpclliMl to seek foreign ports.
The San h'rancisco lalsir council will
appeal to all local and state lalsir
organisations and the American
lederatii.il for financial aid. Over
four thousand men are out, and at
least IIU.iHkl a week ia required to sus
tain t Iii-iii .
MKS. BOTHA DliNlliS REPORT
Sayi sin Hai No Paaea Mission at Tha
Southampton, .lune H. Mrs. Looll
llotha, wife of the Botf commander,
arrived here t . I it When she left I'ur
liaui. it waa reported, she was en
trust.'. I with an important peace on--sioli
at I'he Hague '-he alterur.l
denied the rt port I'he actual ImpOfi
of Mrs. iiotha's visit in still nnkoown,
Mrs. R itha refused to see the inti i
viewers. She was met I v two unknown
DntllhnMHIi who accompanied her to
London. She will leave London soon
for Holland and Belgium.
MELLliN H AS NO I KliSIUMil)
Aulhorltativa Usnlal or tho Raport Was
Mada In Naw Yorg.
New York, lune H. It is authorita
tively alated that I'resi.l. nt HoilOO. of
9. ne Northern I'acillc has not resigned.
A Copious Oania.
A remarkahle game of hasket hall
tn played yesterday at Haines botWOOB
lie Haines "Roasters and the W nig-
llje I'eaiiUls. ', s.ivs the Raker t ity
'mrahl. i he foriioT t in roasted the
r.ler 0 a turn -a hrown turn so t..
ak. I'he score at the end of the
Ill l II. Hilling siainiing wm hi ii noil
ih it was either tia or HU, the reversion
if the ligures making hut little
difl e. -elice in the result.
A tHkNA S i. AMI IUMOHHOW
Mftn piece garden
WOM aeia,.i4 to $y
ItttoS "deities for gifts
lwl,nd! ' C.0n,,ifOll fancy
. "i a aau h 1 1 1 c in.i
uce uisties, 4Hc.
J! r"t:. to '-'-
ln?ltS r,on' brushes,
owes. urou"'s, hue
We talio l
tajTL ubhc"Pton for any
lor 'WW- WearC
UiesH k'y Examiner,
of other i T Jur'"l and dosent
,ner 'ead,nK periodicals.
Sixus "iu,d pia'
-"us ur .-i
5 ye-rs, c aud 5UC
;56 in. Cordetl S9leil, regular 590j nw 29c
in. Plaid, regular 7.rKJ, now 90c
16 iti. Novelty Cliork, regular $1.2-, now l(jr
"U in. Silk and WooA N'ovulty, regular $1, now 6Qo
38 in. 8tonu Serge, regular 75c, now 58o
45 in. Granite, regular 1.25, now fk
30 in. Granite, regular now 6!n
4.r in. Henrietta, regular 1.00, DOW. 79c
37 in. Black Novelty, regular 00c, now 89c
38 iu. Black Novelty, regular 75c, now 39c
36 in. Black Novelty, regular 4Jc, now J ',)
36 in. Henrietta, regular $1.00, now 73c
38 in. Sicilian, regular 75c, now 59c
20 in. Jap Silk, regular 35c, now 2Mi
24 in. Indian, regular 50c, now 39c
in rp.. . l UK,. ;0. "With bul liolc bop I wrote lo Ur Hero.
19 in. Januta, regular Hoc, now o'je .ad a ad -hr ui.t !Zn mt. iuuoia
his " Goldru Mcdicul liuujvcry ' uud allhuuMh I
Good aunortuiunt ot coioru in ao e. n,t .urt iJi.) Uu uW i ud uaru iuy
two buttles J Mm ciiUtrly cured. J weigh uicre
thati rvei Ucjoir iii my life sud aui cutitcl
Or Pierce's Golden Medical Oiacov-
ai V un a tliK-iuira ol tne tomu Ii sua
-ih. i orgauii of iligcstiou aiul uutritlou
It euro, thi.'iv'h iht stomach tliaeaaea at
heart, Uvi lunga, kidneys, ate., which
have 'h. .i orijftu ui diaeaae oi Che stooi
ach aud ita aaaociate organs.
Sick peraous axe invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, by letter, free. All curicapond-
cii. c uiiutr AdUeas Or. K. V. Pnui
BulfaV N. Y.
Read the two aides of this story and
then gut a verdict on the evidence aa
to the BMfitf of lr. Pierce's Golden
what mm, ha rrem aurremeo.
I hd bcru tli k ( jI 9J9JI Ibnu m yen i with
ktdury trouble " writes Mm Lucy HJiytcr of
J.itk.nk1" J a. CO., I riai " bcrfml dlttett at
aostofl trratcd sue. but uoac did xuc niiy gixd.
Oo dOCtOI n.u.l thstt J ucver could be cured,
that I had Iincauc. I nuafcrcd ucurly
denth at lltiicn , had n pel In tbc doetoin eaiica
nmiiin Mai tarl fitvnt tuoat f the time lor aia
tuiiuthn M mother OeggeiJ air to try IMjiMm
i'kCJvc a t.:ildu McdkaJ Dtajs eiy
PERHAPS CABINlii CHANQE8
Humor Ke-Arranaes Mr. HeKlrilsy's
Advisers and Brina furth Soina Naw
WashuiKton, June H lOimorn ( im
MOdlag .ahiiml fbWMM arc nirrtnt.
Ilay is alatmi to rtmijrii on account of
ill health. Unmni ntoni Pnaaaaaf r
tianural Mnith lo awnmsad him, and
CoMt lyou to HUtxtltxl Huilth. I.UIIK, It
is said, will alao hIh out of tha tain
lint, III which event Oov. Allen, of
I'orto Kico, will tMM'ome wtcretarv of
CATHOLIC V0TB IN ITALY
Pope to Win, draw Prohibition Aaalnst
i .kin Part in aiasllons.
home, Jaaag, PopnlnBntnM states
that in Vatican circles it is n-ganied
as anrtnin that the pon will titndran
the .l'hlhlllon which prevents his
followers from Uaui. part in the
italian electiona. Tut none ami cleri
cals realise that only t'atholn volea
tan stem the tide of repiihlicaniaui
and anarchism which threaten to over
Mrs. hoi. nod, Broae Down.
Kausan Cay, Mo., June H. I.ulu
Kenuedv, on trial fur the murder of
l et husliaud, hroke down i oinnletely
during today's proceed inas and MOaUM
bo hysterical that court had to be ad
jourued until Mouday.
the Walla Walla team. I he
he I'M I led at I 90 o'clock
We want to move all the ladies' suits and
skirts. Prices have been made to make
Pire In Dallas, I axes
dalles, Tea., June 8. -Pire started
tins morning in I Iu, street whicl
threatened the whole business district
It looka aa if the damage would be
aeruos le Cure Pataisls.
Turiu, June h I he newspapers here
asaert ttiat lo lliar, or tiuenoa
Ayree, baa diacovered a serum which
ia au infallible cure tor phthisis,
even iu its worst form.
Treop Trains Collide.
Pretoria, June H. - Iu a collision ol
IWO troop tiains at flaspoort station
Uxjav, nine troopers
rive n. ion. i
I to Hun BrSJ Walla Walla With
AtkML 'a June 6. Manager tia ('. tin
burn ra ceivctl 11 telephone lunaaage
from t e manager ol the Walla Walla
team a tviua tliat a special train will
arrivn at Athena Sunday at noon
thai liel ain 111 ami -hi pi
u. . HIBpnn)
here Is Vet Mine.
I'll fat r mini trip rate is still in
effort tint lH lai "It after today, if
von on, ooin g I" Omaha, Kansua fit
St 1.. ma or inti-ruiedlale points la
tho trulll having . It .V. M . des.t at
, a tins evening, on the 10:4(1 train,
via liuatil la for Hi. Paul, Sioua llity
or iutorinedi t" I"""1"
-sport ' of areliandlia.
Tl, ........... til mercliandisi' from
the port of New
ending .May 7 win
MO, against III, Ha.
mg week and ,
iMtfl.lll.l IM,1,.I L.I
I thai .,. ,.,i. ,. landise Iron, this
purl h.ive aggregiti
ug.illist I I .-t . s. I., :,l n,
The pr.ci.mna'l ".,mm. hfl N
thus far I ecu repre,. ilitlllk V." '
i'orilaml Ifl the l.eaisand VUrk "'
knnninl nisJ Atnarioaa'l'nein c "'"!"
Hon proj.i t hopi n hy the end ' 1
week to Hie the articles ol ii. BQn
Hun for lliu eiposltloii con. pan,
Masons from all parts of Orego, '
gather in Cortland m il week to a. "''
the annual session of ihe grand la
A I V A . M . . as mcI I .in the on , I ii. '
of branch) s of Masonry, the Moultia.Ji
Kile, Koyal Arch Masons. Order ol
filar and Myati. -.hnuers.
lork lOI the week
valued at llo.o.f.',-
I III the pieced
,ti H in the ci rres-yt-ar
'lie same eriotl
NOT CALLED OFF
President McDonald Made an
HhlTNKR WILL HAVE THE EVERTS
PendlHion Ball Tfm to PUy H9N on Turn
dty Hcppn-r Shows tti Usual
Uflppntffi June V Special to tha
Bnai Oragoalan. Tin flraw't tontnn
meiit lias not U.en ,'nll.sl off. All re
ports to the contrary are erroneous.
Tennis will Is. here from W'ulla Walla,
Wattabari Dftfton, with the Hsnnnni
kMn ii iikimi four, HvppnM is eHct-
nig inn MM . r..w Is from IVtulleton,
W( 'on, Walla Walla. Pay ton, Waita-
bnrg, trlington, Tba Online and ail
tba pie ol Morrow rim n ty will bm
here. Ile.iiiar tutends an invitation
to ail ber Iriemls to come here on
Tuesday, Wo.lnomlav and Thursday,
ami accept her le.spitahtv
Raport Was Inaorreet.
It. MflDoMtM, Ol Peyton, waa
too precipitate in MWMIMlnfl that tha
BMDMd'I t.iiirmtment at lleiipnar unit
wiH'k had burn calhsl off, or alaa tha
newspaper correspondent sending tha
ditpatcb appearing in Iru lay 'a Kaat
Oraogolan was incorrect in .iotllig Mr.
McDonald. Ha is president ol tha
Kaatam Orcgnn ,v Washington Klre
Binn'l association, and the anuotiniM
ineni in ihe lelegram was suppneml
here to he authoritative.
The telegraphic allium in elnent waa
doubtless due to in isapprehensioo,
and this prominence is given to the
correction of the correspondent's nila
itntMBMnt) that the attendance at
lleppner's lug iii. ...ting may not U ad
Manv will go Iroin remlleton, aa
lleppner lias many friends here, who
are mi m. .us to assist in making tha
tournament u success.
Pendleton Ball Team Uola.
Manager Kader received tickets thia
in. lining for the members of the base
ball 1MB I'elidletou to lleppner and
return. The party will leave TeniUe
Ion ut I I i Monday morning, June III,
and play ut lleppner on the afternoon
of I'lie-.l.iv, lune II I. a t.rande has
decided hot to send Its hasehall team
la the tanrnnnMHil to he held Ii Pm
diet. ui July I. ' i and n. The Athena
and lleppner teams have said they
Will be here I'lie more team will lie
Secured, making lour in all.
s ons Blblleal Playt.
The dcyil was the tirst coacher, aaya
a retired baseball editor. Me coached
Kvo when she stole llrst. Adam stole
sec I When Isaac met Kcteicca at
the well she was walking with a
pitcher Sampson struck out a giaai
MJ tliius when he heat the 1 'Ii 1 1 la
tin. - MosM made his tlrst run when
he slew the Tgvptiaus. t'ain made a
base hit when he slew A lad Abraham
made a sacrilhe. The pnsligal ana
JHKM home run. I'avid was a long
distance Ihlower, and Moses shut out
the Kgvptiaiis at the Ked aea.
Wndnnndnyi June ia
we will give i pnii "I
Shoes Tree of Charge
tu tlo lady, gentle
man hi ( bJld IMMiaf
the nt ai st lo the
Umbnl 'd lieans in
tin: ni in our show
window A Kueaa
with OVnffV pan ol
allot a pun bund
It will in.ikr oui t ye-, dA to iee
the ycl Litest novtltiea in TANS,
tod CLOl ii mi's on Mhibl-
iii. ii iii our vtiuilow.
We III all k in Js ol ImI
1 hat's our Business.
Aotaudiua' to Cbarlee ii. Treat, col
lector of internal reveuues for the
second district, more than 10U bucket
shops laave been driven out of busi
ness by the restrictions impose. I Qfl
tiieui ia the an. end. I war-revenue bill
passed 'est March
Ik Pimples Warehouse
SJ tt si OKI-:.
Firri Pi " FBBr
II lat Miii ef" a
Mm. Sn. ' t iioit-ion, ui.
1 he highest Award tor Merit
ug to deavy siiowla uu th.
, -. , . , . - -
mils, l us. ui miners eanect a J
1 1 t . M . , - , w m
i. can oi water tor Sluicing purposes,
and are accordingly happy. The pros
pects (or au enormous clean-up are
blight, ioruier ligures of tM.UUU.UOU to
IJO.UOO.WOO bold good.
ways Kiyt-ii Id uni ho,- l,rea,l
Imn tbn vnrajct ol tiost: who imve
eaten it .,, m,,, nualiiii.B
nJth-ntviiM oi.nit rn. s mod lui dm.
were allied aual licioui tiavi ami lighlneM Our Utvttt
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