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DAILY EVENING EDITION
X EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
rlr Mnifht mi. WrriiivnUf.
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, JUNE 215, 1901.
Nowhere else outilde
thr lariir city store, will
y.iu find sure a mock
t"jT m r a
GROCERIES : $J
Eastern Oregon m
A special invitation il extend
ed to the ladies and gentle
men of Pendleton and I ma
tilla County to visit our store
You want a
Nice size spnnp uyeia,
dressed or alive.
Thr most rnaciilll.'c tit
line of these l-.kiiN ever
Mi In thr rllj
and Ruffled Swiss
We nui gtVS you a
. lull, i nf a lo( of real MH
Willi beautiful itylr.
Our White Fair
The time has come for
White Ciooiis to ro and
go they will if prices can
In Every Department.
Special Reduced Prices
on f verythinq White.
wi- aga the "MMr
" --anil sell them
at a low price.
Full Hired MM
lait of otlit i
value lip to
I .11 i s and
here In unusual beaut)
and ,tylr In our lines of
these giants and ntniuk
alily low price.
G. R. Demott.
Alexander d Hexter
The Boston Store
A Mid-Summer-Day's Dream
Pairs Ladies Fancy Hose
Strictly Up-to-Date Styles
Regular 75c kind firr nIr
closing out at . - OJl d pall
June White Sale
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
Celebrate the Fourth.
a lis uu kI.iI (.II.,
oiwd lor i,t Tkia ! si '
1 a - - iin
"'Cycle bar..;..,, .1
- - . . t. jj v .
' tmefancy box mi
'S' ' 10 35c per box
All i . i
s JTlirsss trou.
Ttf' fw office huf-
""a baoU, school
Krigadter General Frederick 1. Grant,
aceom panied by hi wife and son
I' lyase, passed through lterlin Sun
day, hound for St. Petersburg.
President J. J. Mill of the Qtwtft
Northern has subscribed 15000 out of
18000 raised for a site for the I'nited
Norwegian church seminary at St.
It apeari now that linn. John Har
roll, ex-l ti iti-il Stateo minister to
Siam, has worketl up hi I'ekin boom
only to loam that Minister Conger will
return to China a the representative
of thi government.
Mr. Liu, wile of Henry Las, of
UM ti rin of Miller A Lux, the mnnt
extenive cattle raisers on the Pacific
coast, is dead In San Francisco. Mr.
Lai was a native ol New York state,
and wa h5 year old.
II S. Church, a grocer ol Loais
ville, Kentucky, waa lound in In
POO BIS latallv shot and hia partner in
the business, Kmily Stewart, waa
totintl strangled to death in a rloaet,
Charofa killed the wnman and htt
Clio Brtt load Ol new Wanna wheat
wa marketed at Wtutield, Kanxa.
Batorday. It wat toft wheat, teted
N Nuinda. and aold for H. rent. The
miller ay that the wheal in Kanaaa
will he hetter and the yield larger
than fur many ycitra.
The will of the late t'ulie P. Hunt
ington, ol Hop than PaoUk fame, will
not !' cmteeled. II. K lluutingtun
haa given Prince llazleldt, Hunting
ton'a adopted daughter, an extra mil
lion from the great increase of the
value of the estate since the death (
the millionaire ami all is serene.
The executive committee of the
National Hospital for consumptive,
located at Denver, held a meeting in
Cincinnati Sunday. A donation of
UVMU wa refined from 1 1, W.
tinggeuheim' Bona, of New York,
and I'kkki from Mr. Brad el del "I
Lniville, Ky., to be applied to the
liuilding now in course of erection.
RMMl event s in Capa Colony seem to
prove the liner invasion of that 0CS9B
trv In he ei-rmiie. A letter I" the I'ailj
Mail dated Cape Town, June ', 0Ofi
flrua the pro Baal reixirt, and av
the invader- numU-r anvwhere fr,,in
7000 to 10.UU0, that they are swarming
all over the eastern and midland di--tricts
and getting recruit and horse.
PACIFIC MOUTH WIST NEWS.
The Koston Hloomer girl's base ha 1 1
team defeated the Salem team at
A Purtland girl ia to he elected this
year for queeu of the Astoria rouatta.
Heretofore Astoria girls have been
The body of Frederick Hehorst, re-iir,-
i capitalist, was found in the river
at Purtland Monday. It is supposed he
committed suicide after a protracted
It is predicted that a crop of "..', wki,
UUU bushels of wheat will be harvested
in Waelmigton this year. State drain
liisiieitor tioorge P. Wright, who haa
made a trip over the wheat distru ta
of the state, believes this estimate
The L'lst annual commencement of
the Salem Indian Training school at
Chen, an u will ! held W iliienday ,
June M, The general program includes
an iii'pectmn ut 1" u. in., athletics at
'i p. m., baud concert at 7 p. m., and
an eiitertainment at H p. ui.
Article ol incorporation for the
Washington A tireat Northern railway,
which is to be laid through the
Okanogan valley, tapping the rich
KepubTic niinea, and which is to be
control led by Hill and the i,ret
Northern road, have been i I for
record at Seattle.
The polite f Portland have taken
a white baby, two years old, from a
Chinaman ami hi wife in that city
and have discovered that the baby
was eold to the Chinese by its mother
for IN, 'I he mother of the baby gave
her name a- Bella Wood and stated she
was from Albany.
e v. Qflf has granted a lull pardun
to Charhe A Combs, who was seli
tenced to the pcnil. ntiar) from Marion
county in February, 18U6, for a total
of M years two years each on two in
dictmeiits lor lorflPO and 12 year for
a muideroiis assault on Sheriff John
Knight, in which he participated
with two Other while be was confined
ill the county jail.
Rereads itself iu mauy ways. Some
time the impurities in the blood mark
aad max the skin with blotches, uimplea,
bulls or other eruption. Sometime the
result of bad blood la
rhetuuatiam or a debtli
tatad condition which ia
popularly decribed aa
out, hardly able
to drag myelf
I he impurities
and poisons which
corrupt the blood, alog
the liver and cloud the
are semovad by the
A Ioctor Pierce'
(joldeu Medical Ilacov
ery . It doe more than
eliuuiiatc the putaou , it
in i sssss the activity
of the blood in a k i ii g
gUwda ao that there U
an Intjrated upply ol
pan, body builaUug baoud It bngbten
IL. i ,lu mir , , m ,1,1 t .
smmm mm I . . J m i A Li I . .
vi IL UhkK in ni;ii k h lid m ors 4.4A -. -' '"
4iin ' ' " 7 I Aocept no u6Ut
Furuterly $6.50 U f 7.50.
fi firts ll.
FKS3C adoz to kk
h. sfomnri . ,,, n...'
"Men. Skv k'niLet.
' to ,,,,.,, i, iu. I i. : . u.. u ..... N.i i ii v 4i i
lire - crackers air ' - 00
"ndredsof noveitiea in in I'ciidlcioii for vears-everv day sees it
ns one cent up.
grow. It will grow as a natural result of
the really remarkable values that char
acterize it. And every day we keep cut
ting away at prices.
Remember these are no baits.
Women's Shirt Waists, 1901 Styles
At 43c all waista formerly aold for 7r
At 67c all waist formerly sold for $1.00
At 87c- all waists formerly sold for 1.2o
At 98c all waists formerly sold for 1.60
At 1.35 all waists formerly sold for 2.00
Women's Shirt Waists, sailor collars, $1.13
Formerh' $1.50 and $1.05
Women's White Shirt Waists
At 89c all waists formerly $1.25
At 98c all waist fomerly $1.60
At $1.19 all waists formerly $2.26
Governor Nash Renominated
MARK HAMA S SLATE IS SMASHED
Platform Sjs There Would it No Prosperity
If There Were No Republican Party.
No Gold Standard. No Tariff.
Columbus, 0., June !!.. The repub
lican state convent ion tixlav retrain
mated (iovernnr Nash. The platlorui
adopted hv the convention declares
there would le no prosperity, if there
were no republican party, no Kohl stand
ard, no hitmlev tariff; reciprocity waa
b ned : a liiRger nuvy demanded and
leialation, such a will restore the
merchant marine. The trust plank
recognizes the rinlit of both labor and
capital to combine, hut combinations
wli ich create inonomlies lo control the
prices nf products or of production are
declare,) to he an evil which muni he
met by vigorous legislation. Presi
dent MeKinley'a colonial policy waa
commended and Senator Koraker's
Porto Km. 'in bill was en.lorne.l
Hanna's Slat Brokan.
Carl Nipper, Hanna's candidate fur
Lieutenant (iovernnr, was nominated
mi the first ballot.
Hanna's slate was broken when
.lodge .lames Price was nominated lor
the supreme court judge, over Crew,
the slate candidate.
Tlili TRUSTS ARRAIUMil)
The industrial Commission Will Hake a
Plain Talk to Conaras.
Washington, June 25. The trusts
are to he arraigned before congress in
a monograph to he addressed to that
Ixxiy by the industrial commission.
The national legislative, body will he
told that the Sherman anti-trust law
i wholly inadequate to deal with the
growing combination of capital. In
addition to the report of the commis
sion a a holy aevetal ol Um members
will make Individual reiort and then
will contain recommendation for con
atitutional amendments against the
BANK GETS INTO TROUBLli
Clearing House Presidents Take Aeiton
and Prni Fallur.
New York, June 25. The stock ex
change this afternoon i tilled with
rumor of trouble iu lianking circles.
The market became affected and de
cline occurred eiteiiding to one and
two points. The clearing bouse ,r i -dents
met this afternoon, but none
would talk concerning the alleged
affected bank, which, it wa inti
mated, haa succeeded in raising the
large sum involved and thereliy pre
vent mg its failure.
THE PLAUtE AT HONOLULU
Surgeon In Lharg nf (iovarnmanl
Hospital Hakas lh Report.
Washington, June 26. (ieneral
Shatter writea the war depart incut
Iron san I ranciaco that he has just
received a report from the surgeon in
thaWgjt of (he government hospital at
Hoaolttld that the plague had again
broken out there m that four deaths
had laicurred between May 2U and
June It. The ls,ard of health bad
adopted strict measures of iiuarant toe,
isolate, n and il landed lull
Boxers Marthlng again
lien Tsui, June H flsjSJ l'llllg I'll
Slang, a llh. nehe general, who ba long
been aiispecteil ol being a H io sym
pathizcr, is marching on Tai Vuen
r ii , in the province of HhaiiNi. I he
governor of Miauai has appeabsl la
the foreign trisip for aasistauce in
rn ,-l 1 1 ug l ung's attack
Boar Opposed Brlllsb Advan.
ceriint, Transvaal, J line H I'nili.
miiera I Mothuen's rttcer I march from
Jeoobedal, in the TraiiMvaal, lo this
place, his advance was resisted hv a
Boer force at Welgehloomspruil. The
Hoer ware driven off with loa of !Hi
killed. A iiumhnr of prisoner and
Mtorea were captured.
Children's Sailor Hats
At ioc formerly 25c. At lyc formerly 35c
Wash Dress Goods, at 6 I -4c per
Our line of Crash, uucn ana rique aiming
formerly 15c, aoc, 35c.
Sheets and Pillow Cases
At age u 4 bleached sheets formerly &5C
a. iw n- bleached sheets formerly 75
At iac 45 36 pillow cases formerly
At 14c 45 36 pillow cases formerly
Bed Spread cloiinjj: out cheap,
Ooldcu Mad 1. a I
tutc for Ut.
I tkaT1- Qod lo, ta aood yuu, uicdiclac
ka. aoac w. writa Mr Januc. M lmgre
of Mitchell. Iaru Cv . Imt . Bo I. "'
mm m well li two mm- My ilooai wa.
ml wa. sort baad .i-fcad aad wwck adtcd ucxly
tim Uf wMfflU wa iu pouoda
, . wi,k t vi, I,, a. lever
lh ttm left iac I bad aucb a paiu la left
aida I cuulB mA brcattic wuhuui paia. I
llliiWjBN J mi Mat die My wife want to o,
duw mvjfr mad ihwuh betU iV Or eirrca'a
oJUcu McdUaf Ulat-uvcnr ud a rial , bi
' Plmmamml Felicia ' I aiacuuUuacd the ua o
mr duotur . utedidmc mmA beams wit the
' doidcti Medical Haoowar ' audralleta ' I M
lu leel laucr : toe lain wuu wit
I uould ttcatbe with eae la a weel
1 . ..1 I koulj uut Uv Ui tlie e-j,,.
lo walk aUalt the atiecU; I fell tsrUcr
mvlulil Artel a luwuiu uae km tue u.u
I waa well Thai waa uver a year au
I weig-i, 104 puunda aod feel better tbau
at my Inc.'
Dr. Piarcc Plcaaant Felicia cure owav
Blg Plr Thraalanad.
Jerey Oltjf, N. J., June 26. 1 be
National storage company' dock at
Mlack loin," in .New York hay ia
on lire. All of the tire compaiiie ol
the city have been ijuiinoueif lo the
cetie id the tire, which threaten lo
detroy the iiuiueue storage plant.
Plow Trust Plies Paper.
Ir.-otoii, f, J., June 25. - The incur
1 poBtioa aper of the American I'low
oii,any were lih-.l ,ere Uslay. The
ioompauy haa a uominal capital ialion
of llUNt.Otsj, with power to increase 11
Ool Proa lb HlooBlk.
Seattle. June 25. The uainer -"ol-
phin from Hkagway thi moruiug
brought tiie drat kloiidlke gobl of Hie
auaaoii, 11 ,bOO,LSjo iuigued to tb
Canadian bank. J'ha indlvio'uat hi-
ment waa VM,iM.
ABvaaalaa lata Capa Celaap.
London, June 2ft A Uaua Town
iliaoatch ays: mini an Jan I rouvhaa.
itii tao i:ouiinauJo, l auvanciug n,io
Cape dAuay. All the Untie., regulars
lu the colony are mobilised to oppoae
CIMBBurt la KeotiteBy.
I Aaniano, a., juiih w.-u u re
porteti that enteeii live were loat iu a
cloud burat Maturday night on the tug
iiuyaiiuel anu lu a bog lu tuo Sandy
Reported ky I. L. Rap Co.. Pendlion.
Chlaaae Board of Trad and New York
Stoeh laahanB Brokers.
New York, June 25. -The wheat
market was steady today and the
close was about yesterday's qMOlRtlOMi
Liverpool was the lowest for over it
yar, 5-5. New York opened M
lower, 71 7-S (or September, und BOM
hetweeu 71 5 N to 72, closing at 72.
Chicago eloaad M M for aparabar.
Money, 4 per cent.
Close yesterday, 72'4 Seottimber.
OpN today, 71 7-H.
Uange tialay, 71 o-H to 72.
Close tiatay, 72.
Stocks: Sugpr, Hit 7-H, tobiuco, IM
ste. l. Kt s. Paul, 174 7 S. . Mthiaon,
H7 ; ilrte, 42 ,ri-S: V . P. Mil 7-M.
Lord Rmsall Indlstad
LoadOll, June Mi lord Kusscll,
whomi niittrimon ml trotiblta have been
airetl iu conrt at divers times, during
the past few years, is lace to face
totlav with probable imprisonment .
I'ho grand jurv this morning brought
in a true bill (or bigamv against liis
Prlne Condmnd lo Uth.
Paris, June 25. l.therte aniiouuccs
that Viikauther, the crown prime of
Camhodiit, has hi en coiidi'iuiied to
death hv a royal native tribunal fnr
attempt ing to start a revolution.
THE ll.OODEI) DISTRICTS
TROOPS ARK NBIDBD TO KBRP
RESTRAINT UNLAWFUL Bl.kMRNT.
Losses of Life Vary Muh Lass Than Was
Slated In the First Raports
l''oottehls, W. Va., June 'J.'i -I' I
lo pfaraWl (amine, troop to preserve
Ofdar and lo protect hie and roiertv
are the greatest needs of the stittercr
in the (loo.) ' 'i"':ttc l t!:itri,'t.
I 'e-t it ut imi is reseiit ami some
criticism of effort to have West Vir
ginia to care for her ow n, when the
VBDRthatlfl world stands readv to
give the needed ndief, is heard. An
outbreak aiming the negroes, who re
fuse to work or to help in measures
of relief, rescue ami reconstruct ion ia
feared, and whites are indignant and
threaten drastic measures. Troops to
quell the threatened eruption are
needed. Forty-eight ImhIiom have been
recovered, some of whom have la'tut
identified, others will never lie.
Keports I nun several districts esti
mate the tlead aa follows Keystone,
thirty; North lork, six; hetweeu
Vivian ami Keystone, fortv : on the
tug tinyendottc and the bog of Sandy
Sumo of the proHrty losses, as
estimated tiy the losers, are as follows:
Kail mad loss ( iiasiiMHi coal com-
i hi. ii 800000 ; lumber aoaananlea,
1(10,000 ami individual losaea $500,000.
Los or Lira Vary Small.
Kiuiis, W. Va., June 25. A courier
has arrived here Irom Keystone after
a trip across the mountains He sas,
from information obtainable when he
left, the loss of life from the HimmI will
not roach one hundred and will prob
ably not BBOaad sixty, couttrmii'tr latest
est i nottes made eter'.ay.
AWAY BY FIRE
Started in a Livery Stable on
the East Side.
THK LOSSES FOOT UP $60,000
WolIT h wicker s Iron Worb aod tb Stand
ard 1)11 Tanas Narrowly Escape Two
Horses Burned o Death.
Portland, J ana 86, Just alter mid
night 160,000 worth of pmpaflJ wa
OOtlBtlinad b tire on the east aide in
ibis its lh, standard Oil tanks ami
Wolf! A .a n ker s mui works narrowly
BBMpad deatractioa, Fha lire started
in a In. n stable hi Nblatl two horses
were cousumi'd. ami Ipfaad to .n.
)olning propartiaa, lining the energies
und res. nines of the lireuien to get it
The heavier losses Were as follows:
James Shur man, buildings, .i,,i,
Htrlaa 4 Orandorlf, agricultural im
plements, 20, IS.) Altwe company,
maclunerv. 17000 j Kriclnian, ma
chinerv, I'.'immi and the Krencb stable,
WORLD'S 1,0 1 Ii UUTPUI.
ural ralllna OR for Lsl Year on
eounl or War In South Afrlaa.
The Kugiiieeriiig ami Mining Journal
publishes tolnplele estimales of the
g ild output in the I oiled States and
in the worul at larae last vear The
Bgurae, i IN, 436,6091, tor tin- Unltad
Slates, iidlB25.'i, 154,1154 for the world at
lar- nparatl with iei,;.H.7iM ami
t ill, 50.,, W4H m IKWN , do not differ
inataPlaill from the nalimatca of sev
eral months ago.
Kegarduig the world's output ami
Kligirineriug and Mining Journal ob
"The unfavorable revolt wa due to
the small contribution matte by the
Transvaal mine lew only of which
were operated during the early moulhs
.,f the year. Dad Bating. !tta Fraaavaal
output from the grand totals tor IHaMJ
Ulld fctJQ the st.tllhtlis show an III
creaae Hi the other gold prndin lag
auuntriaa ol iu i7,otio. Ii,e laraaal
gains were made hy Unilnl KtaMN
Canada, HIusIbbIi and llrail, while
in Australia and China there acre lin
portallt dei reast-s
"III one respect the gold situation in
Nm was unprecedented. It baa never
beb, re happened that lb Itpllt ol a
gieat gold prad Being eoautry has boaaj
suddenly cut ofl entirely, Of slniost
entirely The Tranavaal, which pro
dined 7X, 070,711 it, gold in IHIM, was
ex pei let! t" leld OTBI aA,tut),00U III
Hll i and $110,0,000 in 1000 Fha war
broke out in October, l!r.i, and tint
total tor that year aas 171.001,601,
while in i'.ssi the only product ioa wa
from the two mines ahlch were
uparalad by the auvarniaanl to the
pan ing months of the vt-.ir, ami It) if
work wa stopped lo ii the llrilisb
am, ma reaciiad Joliauueahurg. In
stead of 1110,000 UOU the Transvaal ap
pears in our table for only 7,eUt,Bht.
"The I ,' tilted SUte, which in I Hall ,
ranked I bird among the great gold
..monies, in Igtsl allowed a
a, which with the
limitation of the Trauveal put It In
Ural plat-, iu 1000 Au-tralta tlropaaJ
(roiu dlwt plat e to art out
Camvia took the mini
at a tuna tutervel, am
foarth i la.e I he., four
.I......I iiullii'i 7M.IN iihi cent of (he
a VALUABLI CANARY.
A Bird In Missouri That Sold for
"Missouri Hick," the canary bird
that can whistle "Yankee Missile," ia
In be returned hi Ins nld heme at St.
Joseph, Mo,, bis former owner, C. V .
Houovaii, having Is. ugbt him back
Ir.UII I M Hedges, n Chicago, tor
II.IIXI Mr, Hedges k..i the bird a
ft rtooks ,tgt ii ilr Ivuiovan lor
I.Msl week Mr Hedges received a
lattai from I ink '- former owner offtir
iiifl l:UNi for the bird. Mr. Honovau
said it was Ins intention In present the
bird to the wileni President McKin
ley to uhtddeh her sick room in Can
ton. "I acceplisl the offer, " aavs Mr.
Iltslges, "on that condition, "
Fraud Ordr Issued.
A lr mid order baa been issued against
C. II. Bewan, Milwaukee, Wis., who
has been having trouble with the p..st
OgaBB rtapartinenl for some time past,
and he call use the mails no more. He
advertised in various pipers that he
Inula "sure cure lor deafness." Ilia
game was to wet patient to aeinl $J.50,
with a lull description u! their case.
When the fee aaa received, Kowan
would write that the case was so
dillifiilt that be could not guarantee) ,t
complete et! ri fat less than ,Y When
a victim sent the vcoinl fee ba would
muni 2IXKI pills, which were to he
taken al the rale of one a day "until
patient is cared " Those who com
plained were tnformetl that nothing
more could bt done for them until
thev hail swallowed all the pill,
which Would have been in alsiut live
and one-half years.
lieorge Wilson, whose true name l
Slminollds, pleaded guilty III Portland
Ui a charge of forgery which wa
brought against him hy the grand
Jury, and was sentenced to three years
in the penitentiary.
'I'lif rry nt'.viiit itovtliitM
in RKIj and BLUE ihoajt
foi inAuiti uii'i ehlldfra bivi
Tin.- wf k wt- will soil two
liiiM nf liditt' kid button
pataWl tip hoai rfjfjulajjr prion
a- i. ,n. i thvy lust to at
( rlM Inn- of alditM1 kid tip
Vfjatini tojj ihot, ruaular
prion $. lo K" al f3-3
Wa will glv away saolker pair ol slitau this
tur ,hnw win, low ,le-ws how we doll.
fSTlie Peoples Wareiiouse
, ouiitri pro- PITTBata- Of FUBT.
er crnt ol thai .
I it, Mam Street. I'eudleton, Or.
(oiag Home Loaded
Treep Arrive la 'Prlaee.
San Krauciaco, Juue 25. fha trans
port l.t.gan arived her today with
Forty -fourth lnfautry and
battalion of the rtiirty-aighlii.
111 t always a tileasaiit expcru n. t
but it ia unnecessary when yuu iur-
chase at our store, as we deliver all
goods free uf charge and r'iiipily
when urdered. Our store l loaded
with guud things in all tin .1. in aciB
of the season, for high grade fancy
and staple groceries our prices arc
lowest in town.