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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OllK(i()N, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1901.
fv i'FNTKK OF BLOCK
feidletoa Okiah Stage Line
flgtf Cf y. Prwp'e.
I. ruflHil every day at 7 o'clock
.sswUv for Pi ot Rock, Nye,
fiW-S tlkUh, Good
JJTo.. Ron..le freight and
JSiSrWlBM Co1, drug
The Good Book Says
Royal Tailoring can be worn by the workman as easily
as it can be worn by the merchant or the bank. r.
July Price List Now in Effect
And Its a Warm one, too.
58 styles reduced J2 00 a suit lower than our former low price.
9M styles reduced f.voo a suit lower than our former low price.
17 styles reduced $4 00 a suit lower than our former low price.
8 styles reduced 5.00 a suit lower than our former low price.
9 styles reduced fa 00 a suit lower than our former low price.
Pick your cloth for any season. No limit of patterns to
make selections from. Those who can afford it will buy
suits, overcoats and pants. There are many who will
order two or three pair of trowsers.-
Tho salo Is on
And the goods will be gone before many more days.
It pays to pay less and dress better.
Alexander & Hexter.
Exclusive Resident Agents in Royal Tailoring.
Boy's rubber sole fhoes.
Men's rubber sole shoes.
Men s canvas, leather sole shoes.
Men's extra good canvas, leather s1 shoes.
Men's best leather working shoes.
The Douglas Shoes are Always Satisfiers.
The entire Wessel stock of Ladies' and
children's shoes to be closed out at once
to mike room fur fall goods.
Great Reductions to Close
In the dry goods we are making prices
to close out all lines of strictly summer
30c Washable Dress Goods Now 22c
This is the bon-ton line of fine dress
goods for 1901 and all left will go at
this low price.
The big AX is now at work cutting
prices to close out.
Harvesters' and Campers'
Outfits of Wearables Complete.
The Boston Store
Jw' garden tool, hoe, rake
doing Home Loaded
isn't always a pleasant experience
but it is unnecessary when you pur
chase at our store, as we deliver all
goods free of charge and promptly
when ordered. Our store is loaded
with good things in all the delicacies
of the season. For high grade fancy
and staple groceries our prices are
lowest in town.
ctury shf lil. -1.1 Uttbu
kai fa on 10 iu.ua
PIlVm! SmT!' '"'lop' u
uWanotd for 5 years.
band., or w(tt, fMlvy
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3 ST bar. 0tUer Z
B UTT" "'relcher
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BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good bread uae Byer' Beet Flour. It took flint
premium at the Chicago World ' Fair overall competi
tion, and give excellent satisfaction wherever uited.
Kvery aack in guaranteed. We have the beat HUaiu
Rolled Bailey, Bead Kye and Beardleaa Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers"
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one pint to ten quarts, will freeze cream
in from three to five minutes; also have a full
Hue of fishing tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
I I Men
! aU department
at active acrvice
stand m need of the
readme of mind
and promptness of
action which depend on a healthy uerv
oua ayatem. i i a railroad man lie " rat
tled, " and every life depending on him
ia in danger. A great many railroad
men have found ia Dr. Pierce' Golden
Medical Inscovery a valuable tonic for
the overatraiued ncrvoua yctem. It
build up the body, purine the blood,
nourish the uervea, and inducea a
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
I suite n .1 fur tix year with conatipatluu ud
ludigrsit-ii dunu which llluc I employed ht
crl pltytk itu but they eould uut reach my
ik" writes Mr G. Popplewcll uf hurras
bpriuss Carroll Co., Ark. " i felt that there
wu uu Lilp lot mi could not reuio loud 011 my
icina, h had 4tijju aud, would fall bclplca to
thr AiMr Two vcars aao I coin mcmeu la king
l)r Mam i.oldcu McdicaJ Utacovery and Uf
tic ' Fcllci ' and uuuiovcd fioiu thr start. AS
Icr tahiua twelve hottU of the UuKuvcry' I
was able to do lilit work, aud have beau Us
frumu ever mux "
bend 21 one-cent stamp to pay ex-
C:ne of mailing and get Dr. Pierce'
edical Adviser iu paper cover, .
addic. in K. V. Fisjrca, buUalo, N Y.
Prong ht in tht middle wel .onlin-
Sooretary Root i on a tonr of in
paction of military utatiom in tat
The NicaraKuan canal mirotiAtioni
bwtWwM tin-at Britain and IM Dnltwd
Static rr 1 1 statu ate.
Thirteen Vol inh stn.ltuit art on trial
in I'nAen, cliartipd with tMloSgtafl to
I Id t-ss of xirti over import" ln-t
year h- the Kteat in the historv of
the country, nearly 1700,090,0001
An excursion hoat in tln SiiM)uehau
na blew near Sanshur, r.'im., kil
ling two bova and uiiurina doen
Popularity of Kitchener is waning
on account of cenporahip of dispatches
of war news. Ha may lx- Niicceode.1 by
tioneral Sir Uin.lon HUaxl.
K.lward llanlon to le the Colum
lia nniviTHilv panaaMMl rowing couch
and is to make New York bll bwSM in
the future and will haaOBW an AOMri
The Colorado smelter at Untie,
Mont., which has tieeu idle lor ail
weeks, started up with u full tore of
men, tin' men in the smelter vetting
tl fhVBMf day and machinists
The San Francisco labor council has
passed, by a nearly unanimous vote, n
resolution advocating in strong terms
the rejection of Andrew Carnegie's of.
fer to this city of 7'H),IHK) lor a pobllfl
John A. llinsey, imperial prime of
the Knights of Korassan, the pleasure
seeking I. ranch of the Knights of Pyth
ias, hai been ousted, on account of the
investigation of the affairs ot the en
dowment rank. He is succeeded In
Frank II., Clarke of Petroit.
In Kansas the at im 4 nhere ia so uni
formly heated to such a great altitude
that it makes precipitation almost im
possible. Clouds gather and a few
drop of rain fall, hut the lower stra
tum of air is so hot that the rain drops
are transtormed to vapor in passing
The termination of the conference
between the representatives of the
street trust and the Amalgamate I
workers at PltttbOlf resulted in Shat
ter ordering a strike. In less than an
hour after adjournment he wired:
"Notify vour men that the mill is on
trike and thev will not continue work
on Monday, duly !'."
PACIFIC NORTH W 1ST NIWS.
Steamer Wenatchee burned at Wenat-
Nine vessels are on the way to Brit
ih Columbia for salmon.
Twelve steamships have been char
tered for Pacific coast wheat loading.
Kspurts will hure for oil on the
Holmes farm, eight mile from Salem,
Forest (irove. Ore., church, built in
Ih H was l.iirue.l supposed io lie in
A tract uf VsO.UUU acres oi land will
be withdrawn from the Olympic foreat
reserve in Washington.
Judge Boise decide that F. ('. Bawd
ha been legislates! out of oilire of tish
commissioner ol Oregon.
Washington will not pay for fl'Jixi
worth of book ordered by the librar
MB, claiming he exceeded DM author
ity. At the recent election held in Iav
ton. Wash.. K. IS. Kyeuson, democrat,
was elo.te.1 over his rcpulil i.'itn oppon
ent, C. li. Wisslworth, by four vote.
Win. Bippiu, a hallbroed Indian,
who shot a man twice last April on
Klamath river, was surprised and cap
tures! on a farm near Jacksonville, Or.
All the mayors of Oregon have been
r-. u.-i-t - l to assemble at Salem on the
.a-casion ol the presentation of the col
or ol the battleship Oregon to the
The free employment ortlce in Meat-
tie still aliow unusual activity. Oil
me dav ol r.i. nl date there were no
less than ol separut.i order for men
and :IU lor women, the orders calling
for about ,':o pi-ople.
Michael Sullivan tteuiplesl to hoot
Police Judge J. A. Kueli. Trouble
grew out ol the l-raaer river strike.
KusHell is associated Willi tl.e caum-rs
and urged prose, uting ol ritherua-n ar-
relci in tlic coiiapiracy ol marooning
Workers in the Billion-Dollar
Steel Trust Are Ont.
SEVENTY-FIVE THOUSAND AFFECTED
Jubilation at Headquarters or Men Question
of Unionism and Not of Wastes.
SbaffT Is Confident.
Pittsburg, Pa., July IV -What
promis.s to .. the greatest !alor war
in the historv of American Industrie
wnt into effect this morning with a
strike of the steel worker in three big
j branches ( the billion dollar steel
I trust. These lire the American Steel
company with 'JH.OtKI men, the Ameri
can Steel Hoop company with ,00
linen, and the American Tin Plate
company with 18,000. Thus, at the
outset, 7.'i,lKX are affected, and should
t he si rike extend to all other plants
of the combine a quarter of a million
workers would be idle. Around the
beadqOftrteff Ol the Amalgamated asso
ciation h general air of jubilation ia
1 noticed. With lint .me possible excep
tion all ol t lie men ordered out on a
strike Saturday olieyed the rail. Presi
dent Shaffer is confident that the Amal
gamated association will make such a
strong showing on this preliminary
suspension of work that a general
strike of all the mill in the
United States belonging to the
steel corirat ion will not be neces
sary. This strike bears a resemblance
to the historic Homestead strike in that
unionism and not wages i the ques
tion at issue. The association Insists
upon iinionir.ing all plants of the three
companies in question, hut the manu
facturers refuse to grant this demand.
Pittsburg, July I V President Shaffer
is resting on hia oar todav and an
nounces be will make no new move (or
a day or two. He aay hia plan are
laid for the future, hut the time (or
making them known has not arrived.
It i intimated the men employed l.y
the National and Federal companies
would he called out helore many day,
if it waa found necessary. Shaffer aald
the association i stronger financially
now than it had lieen (or yeara. Tin
plate men have bad an unusual ly
prosperous season aud they are thought
to be practically indeeii.ent, therefore
will not have to share in the henetlt
(mid lor some time at least.
Will ria-ht to a Finish.
Pittsburg, July !'. Thi morning
Secretary Wi II mine of the Amalgamat
ed association told of the statement
made by 'lie of trust's representative
at last week' conference. Thi man
saiil it was the object of the manufac
turers to keep I he balance of power in
it own hands, and said if the denial.. I
of the Amalgamated association wa
acceded to, the labor organisation
w on hi be atipreuie a regarda labor
matter in Uuited Stale, ami that is
the one thing the trusts wishtsl to
avoid, and while willing to concede a
part ol the Amalgamated asws ialion
demands, it would tight the matter to
a llniih rather than to recognise the
aaaoclatiou in all the mill.
aaninKt at Work.
I 'in. iniMtl. July I i. -The atriking
machinists in nearly aiaty shops in
i 'mm innati and vicinity returned to
work today, About a thouaand are
still. nit, having decided to tight lor the
nine-hour day to , linUh.
trlk tl Hamilton Brokan.
Hamilton, July IS. -A majority of
the machinists who struck eight week
ago have returned to various shops tiii
him ruing and tho strike i virtually
THE NEW YORK MARKET
.porta by I. L. Ray a Ce.. Pantlaten.
Chlaaae oaew or Trade ana New York
9tOk xhania Broken
New York, July 1ft. The grain mar
kets opened higher this morning but
the Advance was not held and the close
waa l to "i-H under Saturday. LIVwT
pool closed I il higher, ft 0 ft-H. New
York oened ' higher, 7:t4, and sold
down to 72 at the close. The visible
supply show a decrease o( l,700000
making total !7,7f,000 compared with
M0ll000 (or same time last year.
Weather maps show hot dry weather
still prevails in the east. Stock low
er, the steel stocks being moat affected
by the strike.
Whea t :
Close Saturday, 7'2 VS.
Open today, ,:il4.
ti:nge todav, 72 to 7 I1.
Close t.slsy, 72.
Mntks! Sugar, UM el!, 8N H-M .
B! Petal, r'' 4 . U. P., M :t-.
Wheat Id thlaago.
Chicago, Julv A, -Wheat, HWSi to
Toward the close heavy selling by
elevator interest on damage and rain
reports from Iowa and Nehraaka caua
ed decline in corn, going aa low as '
and cloaing 40 3-H.
BaelUment on the Board.
Chicago, Julv 1 . More excitement
than i:ual chracteriel the last daya
of the hig Phillips deal at the opening
on the board of trade thia morning.
The report of damage to crom and lack
of rain in growing sections started a
mad scramMe to huy sum aa the mar
ket opened and prices went up with a
rush. Corn jumped from '0 4 to it.
oa!s from III to 112 and wheat Irom H7's
to oa,. Trading at the advsn. was
Steel Steak Uoe Down.
London, July Ift. Steel trust stock
fell all points todav on atrlke news.
This caused a hreak in all American
stock. The declines ranged to points
oft from Saturtlay'a cloaing.
Sn Francisco, July 1ft. Kpwortb
League excursionist, to the number of
ten thousand. Iiave arrived. It ll et
pected there will be fifty thouaand by
Iburadav, when the convention i call
ed to order in the mechanic' pavilion
Idaho Timber Land Beld.
Moscow, July 16. The white pine
timber on 1.1,000 acre of land belong
lug to the itate weat of the Boiae mer
id Ian waa sold at public auction to
Henry lurrisb ol Wet Superior, Wi
for 10ft, 442.
WAR BETWEEN RUSS AND JAP
Ruiila BnlUUnc 300,000 Hen Activity
la Army ana Navy.
I.omluu. July 15. Fragmentary die
patches from St. Peteiaburg tell of uu
uvual activity in Ituaaian army aud
navy circle. The car, cixirding to
these dispatches, has ordered tile ell
In-tin. id of .'SI is ii) uieu for the armv
am! navy, and at the navy station work
is l.eing pushed uight and day. A SI.
Petersburg news agency aay this ac
tivity in cause.) by imminence of war
with Japan, and that HuMiau rail
roads have beeu ordures! to hold them
selves in readiness to transport troops
on (our hours' notice.
Habeas Lorput for terdaiia Bolkin.
au FraMiiBO, July it Attorney
o( (,'ordelia liotkin tin morning ap
pli. d lor a writ o( haliea corpus, it
will Unargued tomorrow, li denied it
is the intention to appeal to the leder
a! cuurtaou similar ground to that o(
the Intrant caae. The appeal will de
lay the trial for a year.
ruod fur DUabled Teaeher.
Philadelphia, Pa.. July 1ft. -The
will of Lewia Klkina wa filed for pro
hate t.slay. He leave a 'J,iNN),0oi
eitate to found a (mid for disahlisl fe
male chool teachera of Philadelphia.
Ruihlni for Oklahoma.
Klreno, Oklahoma, July !.'. Train
reaching the Oklahoma country ara
carrying thouaand of freah homeaeek
era. Teians are rushing here by hun
dreds toaecuro home.
INSURANCE MEN IN TOWN
They Want to Blnshan springs on an
nwiinw, Sunday, July 14.
The (ol low ing BMilal agents, diap
er .1 hv lee Moorhoiise of this city,
had their fifth annual outing at Hmg
ham apriiig on Sunday, Julv h
Frank L. Hunter, reiireaenting the
.Northern and Isuidon Insurance oom
panic ;V. A. Thoinpann, the Mer
chants' Insurance company; ('has K.
I'hompaon, Ike Oerman American com
pau) ; h.seph Wane, the Phoeuii of
Hartford Ins. Co.; O. K. In.lahl, the
London and Lam astun. and Orient
The outing to liiogham springs ha
latcoiim time honored custom by thn
insurance men who visit Pendleton
yearly and they feel a though their
vlalt would not be complete if they
omitted thi annual pilgrimage to
1 lie lire insurance losses throughout
the country have ueen o great ami
tliis coupled with the lcknea of ev-
eral ot i be bo) ha somewhat reduced
their number, but what they lacked iu
quantity they made up in hilarity.
which waa largely due to the eflervea-
cenl wit of Max Tlmiupeou.
I be party left Pen. ileum Saturday
evening, remaiuiug over night at the
springs aud after (pending a very
pleasant Sunday, returned home on
ttie 10:41) train Sunday evening.
It coat hut 9 HI to go down to the
sesside and return, from Pendleton.
This is by lar the lowest rate ever in
effect from east of the Cascade tnoau-
tain. The trip ia a moat delightful
one, either to Long Ilea. I. or Clatsop
I I. sets sold any day and are gtsal
until Seplemher 1ft. Call at the O. ft
A V ticket olticw for deacriptive
lolders and map.
The pile that annoy you an will be
quickly and uernianeutly healed If you
oe IieWitt' Witch Haxel Halve. Be
ware of worthless couuteileil. Call
mau A Co.
IS IN JEOPARDY
Wilmington Grocery Clerk Will
Claim the Crown.
WEARY OP THE SOUTH APRICAI WAR
BJtltrOMa BattMD Outlaoetrt art Capital
liti-Outlagda Saj Tbty fill let
GIT. Up TMr Riles.
Manchester, July IA -The Oiiardiat.
aaya the reason the government la
auxious to conclude the Soath African
war is the bitterness arising between
the bulk of the outlander and capital
ists The former declare that
Johannesburg, alter the war, will not
be run like Kimherly, with black la
Me. The qeeetleai ol dinarmament of
the ontlanders make the movement
critical I . The outlander aay they will
not give up their ritles.
To Dthrn Bdward VII.
Wilmington, lela,. July lf. -Chaa.
Hlamo, a gris-er'sclerk, baaannnuncad
hia Intention of going to Kagland and
claiming the Kngliah throne. Ha aaya
hi mother waa Victoria' eldeai sister
and wa entitled to the throne, proof to
thi effect having mm been received.
I me onset Itptnrt
Isiudon, July Ift. The war office ha
received a d i ipatch confirm ing tba cap
tore of Kelts bv the Hrltieh and a
narrow ecaie of ei Preaidont ateyn
of the Orange Free Stale, who got away
in hia shirt cleevee.
RUSH TO NEW 0OLD STRIKE
A Soeeod Kleadlb Struek Twenty nits
Froai White Hera.
Seattle, July Ift. The ateamar ld
iihiu, from Hkagway, thla morning,
brought half a million of gold. A mil
lion at White Horse i en route Oeo.
Koeenlssrg and H. C Kunner mad a
rich (trike on the Hootilinqaa riear.
ft mile Irom White Horse. It ia aeia
to tie a ... ond Klondike. Surlaea dirt
pay f .'" to M per day. Bad roak
has not yet been stru. k Merchant
ara aalllng itocki and itauipedlng In
great number frtim Daw eon, Hkagway
and Whit 1 1. use
Blue Blkooa Mim
Detroit, Mich., July 1ft. -The Blue
KibUm meeting of the Detroit Driving
club at the (irneee Point track began
today, pet.ing the grand trotting cir
cuit for Mini A usual the Merchant
and Manufacturer ItO.ODO ataka for
3:34 claa trotter will tie the feature,
am! a aplendid field wilt ha under the
wire when the word I given. AH
.lasses are well fitted and a plndkd
meeting i anticipated.
San Francisco, July 16. -Minister
Conger, who 1 here en route to I'ekia,
all on the steamer Nippon Marti on
Tan Shoe Sale....
All of our larf,e atock ol tan
ahock in I. ulirs' , men' a, mis
.i s , i hihlren'a an. I mianta'
art: now on nale at .losing out
both lau and black in ladiea',
men's and hoy' can be bought
tin month at your own prica.
Infante' and Mlfact' Slipper
N to tie cloaetlout tlua month
at half price. Alwaya remeni
bM luting feel ia our huaineaa.
The Peoples Warehouse
i in PITTBM OP PHUT.
716 Maui Street, 1'eudleton, Or.
Wahiugtou, July Ift The war da
pertinent thi afierinsn wired ('apt.
Putnam Bradley Strong ol the accept
auce ol hi resignation. No iuforma
tiou regardiug the vouug orticer' caae,
further than the uiere announcement of
the acceptance of hi resignation,
Blown Up by Dynamite.
Kugeue, Ore.. July Ift. Ping Yang
school house, li 10 1 Ins northeast ot bu
gene, wa destroyed by dynamite laat
night, lhe loss 1 about f400. lb la
is the fourth attempt to destroy it.
The guilty paitiea are upected. The
trouble is over the locatiuu of the
Damage to Corn Crop.
Washington, July 15. -The extent of
damage 10 the corn crop in the eastern
state on account ol drouth wil) he
made known by the agricultural de
partment tomorrow. Secretary Wilson
is inclined to think the recent report
of the damage are exaggerated
bupisin Court Deelalon.
Salem, Or., July 15. The supreme
court decision: Pirav vs. Thoulaou,
reveraad and remanded.
FRAZER OPERA HOUSE
t BIBBf nffiaj Monday, July 15.
EMPIRE STOCK CO,
Under the direction of
TAYLOR et HATTENBAOH
Prices 25c, ,5c and 50c. Smti on Bale at Talluian end Co.'b
prug Store Friday morning .