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The Good Book Says
Royal Tailoring can be worn by the workman as easily
as it can be worn by the merchant or the banker.
July Price Hit ow in Effect
And Its a Warm one. too.
58 styles reduced $2. 00 a suit lower than our former low price.
98 styles reduced $3.00 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 $6. 00 a suit lower than our former low prim
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.
The sale Is on
And the goods will be gone before many more days.
It pays to pay less and dress better.
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Alexander & Hexter.
Exclusive Resident Agents in Royal Tailoring.
The Boston Store
SHIRT WAIST SLAUGHTER
Every Shirt Waist in stock to be closed out
without reserve. Those who come first
will have the best selection.
Every shirt waist that sold from 65c to $1.20
Every shirt waist that sold from $125 to $2.50
S Styles In Show Window.
Pendleton's Big Busy Store
u select hum .
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MP box toothpicks, 5c.
' clothes pins. ac.
poles 4c a foot.
CWdrens' garden tools,
h i and iqc.
'"nitewart- from German v
-iWM anil statiODcrv.
40 "wis poison fly paper 5c.
Mvrsts 6-c tof,.
mm ami brusl;
-T-c up -a large
eW vy reasonable.
A crystal Delight.
that will charm the most fastidious
taste can be found in any one of our
elegant styles of water sets. I
have them in cut, engraved, fancy
and hohemian glass, in an endless
variety of designs and patterns, and
the prices are likewise attractive.
ff.OO tO $JU-
every 30 minutes,
We offer some ex
M ,l25 $1.45 and
JagJ ool Sup.
you h .y,ur old books
n new lr..-i,o
-'4e Denr 1. . .
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"i 'uuch box
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BYERS BEST FLOUR
To make good broad uee By am' Beat Flour. It took first
rreiuiuoi at th Chicago World ' Fair overall ooaipeti
ion, and gives excelleut satisfaction wherever used.
Kvery sack ii guaranteed. We have the beat Hteaiu
Rolled Bar Uy, beed Rye and Beardless Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
See Dem Freezers
I have a full line of
I The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one pint to ten quarts, will freeze creain
in from three to five minutes; also have a full
line of fishing tackle, hammocks, etc. See my
line before buying ?
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
Father Cnnlella, the famou Jecnit,
French chBtnlifr nf deinitief voted te
1 anoiinb the ctntinwy to the vatiran.
Ohio pOMlMi and thore who favor
amalgamation of independent reform
force meet at Oolnmlom, toly :.
devsraot ll ill of Maine ha de
eitrnated Miag Mary Prable Andenton
o( lrtland to chriflten the new
United States hattlenhip Maine.
Kpwurth LeamMM over the country
will be appealed to to ftirnish enough
cutlet dr grafting the linrno of two
victiniH nf tM recent Chicago A Alton
wreck near Kanaat City.
Adolph Mreeker, a San Franciitco
barber, ii tbo new king of rille nhota.
At the hnniieRfcM. he made :i9" iiinti
ont ot a possible 20l), which ha never
been eqiilel in the United State on a
Provincial form of government in the
island of Obu and Haiml and the
province of Katanaa, Luion, having
proved a failure, have again been
placed under military authority .owing
to vheir incomoletc pacification.
A mother, while defending herneli
iroui assault Dy iiuiian. near
Maricopa, r 1 7. . w accidentally ahot her
tiahe. A poae it in pursuit ot the In
dian, who have fled to I be mountain.
There are UHH) Indian on the
.lame Howard, in the Frankfort,
Ky., jail charged with complicity io
the murder of Ooeltel, admit the
killing of (ieorge Baker, but claim
justification, an Kaker not only killed
llowardV father and brother, but at-
t . , .
Swallowed Acid in Sao Francisco
THE MAN WAS VERY DESPONDENT
Mayor of Pondrtfon Twlco tod STrtl
TIdms a Candidate for CoAgrai
tempted to aNiuate him on the way
to their funeral.
The MlMOSrl river hai cut it bank
at a point eight mile tooth of Leaven
worth and i pouring part of it water
into the Platte river. The bed of The
Flatte i gradual I v being widened, and
there i danger that within the neit
few day the Micuiri will be tran
ferred completely to the tied of the
At the hearing of Joepb Kobertaon
and Frank Holland, nogroe accuaed of
assaulting Vernon Newton and irace
Davi on night of July 10, witnesse
were intrixluceil to prove an alibi. It
now seems likely the assault was com-
ntitted hv wbitM nun ...... )
Holland are the men whom, a mob
wiah to lynch.
Morton Starr Creasy, a Harvard
law student, who is spending the sum
mer at Mratt leborn, t. , shot and Ml -luoat
instantly killed hi friend and
schoolmate, Kidnuv Hriltol of (tattle
Creek, Mich., last night. Briatol.
walking in hi leep,eizol Creasy and
the latter mistaking him tor a burlgar
aeiaed a revolver and tired. Bristol
lived only long enough to gasp "You
have shot your friend."
PACIFIC NORTH WIST NgWS.
Saloon men of Walla Walla refused
to pay fine for violating Sunday clos
ing law. They will carry the cases to
the supreme court.
The Canadian government ha de
cided to send out two parties ol en
gineers to explore for a route of the
Ooam-Kootenay railway through the
Frank Item son bas been returned to
the Walla Walla penitent. ry after
three years liberation. He scaled the
walls in IHtfH. He was recaptured m
Butte Mountain, Nevada. His crime
waa assault witb intent to kill.
l.ilin county's, Ore. largest crop
tins vear is hay. It i the largest in
tbe historv of the county, and the
farmer have been taxed to secure
suitu mnt help to save it. Tbe immense
crop ha lowered tiie price, and the
lieat quality i aelliug fcr from to
f:i.50 loose delivered.
I i.e commission appointed by the
last legislature to revise tbe Portland
charter, decided by a vote of IK to 6 to
reserve to tbe city the right to own,
a..) 11 1 re, construct sud maintain wa
ter, gas, electric light works, steam,
water or electric power plants, tele
phone lines ami street railways.
Joo Felix, an Indian 10 the Weua
tehee jail charged with attempt. ug to
murder OtVOlUt, another Siwash,
banged himself witb a woolen scarf,
lie evidently tied both ends of tbe
scarf to the grating of the cage, placed
ins head in the loop, then rested Ins
weight until strangulation elided bis
Portland, July 20. (Special)
John 0i Leasiire of Portland com
mitted micide in a San Francisco lodg
ing honae yesterday, swal lowing
He left a letter aridr! to the
coroner, saying that the act wa due to
disiudencv long standing over busi
ness reverses, and another letter sealed
addressed to his Wife
He requested that the facta be wired
to F.dward Hulman of Portland, Wm.
H. LtffMM of Moaoow, Ida., and Wil
liam M. Blakley of Pendleton.
Iaasure ha been on the down irrade
for a long time.
He almost aecared the nomination
for congress in 1R92 and wa a presi
dential elector ia 1H84.
With the dashing of hi political
hope, l.easure lot his grip, anil ha
Imen going down hill erer aince.
He railed money on worthless check
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aererai mourns ago in roriisiiii. 4o
matter was squared.
lie went to Aissaa anil returned a
short tune ago, M. J. Will, who
thought he owed I oasure a return for
past favors, met him two weeks ago in
Redding, Calif., and gave him 910b.
Leasure was twice mayor of Pendle
ton, and assisted in organising tbe
Native Hons of Oregon two year ago
present, and with the master and
warden nf Kngliah lodge, a it wa
in 187ft, when the prince of Wales
waa placed on the Masonic throne.
The ceremonial waa virtually the same
a at the installation of the Prince of
Wale. The grand lodge officers entire
ly fllled the orchestra and chorus
seats. The dnke of Connatight wa in
stalled by Karl Amherat. pro grand
master assisted by the Karl 01 war
wick, deputy grand master. The most
imnreswive moment wa when the In
tt latum was proclaimed and the vaat
concourse saluted the new grand
master 1 1 rand master Hosier of Scot
land an the Duke of Abercorn, grand
master of Ireland, made hort ad
.IresMoaand telegrams of congratulation
were received from the colonies. Karl
M tlner, the bishop of Calcutta and the
lord mayor of l oud .o were preaent to
receive advancement In the craft, and
honor were conferred on Lord Kitch
ener. THE NEW YORK MARKET
Rpert4 by I. L. lay m C.. rsndlston.
Cbisaco Board or Trad ana Haw York
atosk kxshang Brokers.
New York, July ). The wheat
market waa higher early today, but
there was considerable real 1 ting to
take profits at the advance, and the
close wa only 1-H over yesterday,
while corn waa tip 1 New York
opened 744 and closed 744. The ex
port shipment for the week ware 5, -I'lb.OOO,
compared witb 1, 000,000 for
the same wees lat year.
t.s ks were lower.
Money, : par cent.
Close yesterday. 74 1-r).
Open toiay, 741, .
Range today, 74 1-8 to 74 V
CIom today, 74 '4.
stocks, sugar. 142V,; steal, Mjf
-t. I 'an i , 168 7-8; U. P., W 7.8.
Wheat In Chisago.
Chicago, July JO. -Wheat, 08 to 07
Wheat In laa rranalsso.
Hsn Francisco, Julv 80. lecamher
wheat, 101 1, to 101 4.
NKW ROUND-WORLD RECORD
pitz lomn, or chicauo American.
THE STRIKE IS
HOT YET SETTLED
Pittsburg Thinks a Crisis Is
urioi m are ma. Kim; efforts
Strugfllt BttiMO Ubor tod Hgnuraxlurars
fill Cootlain Next Wnk lo All
30. -In rlnancial
that the strike in
New York, July
circle it is believed
far from settled.
Think a Crisis Approach.
Pittsburg, July K It is generally
believed here that the great steel
strike is Hearing a crisis. The steel
trust will tiegiu attempts at resump
tlou witb nonunion lalsir next week,
working everv possihle legal mean Of
protection for tbe new men and the
plant. It the light is ouce legiin on
these line, concessions heretofore
offered will be revoked.
Has been i cm o amble tor much ui human
mortality. Men and women die by tbou-
aanua in an inaiun taunae, not
because of lack of food but ba-
au-m caste superstitiou prevent
them from accepting it. Kvm
in America there are still to be
found thoae who believe that healing
herb lack virtue unless gathered dnnng
certain phases of tbe moon.
The great foe of superstition ia scirnoa.
Every year science increase the terri
tory of the natural at the
zpenae of the super
natural. Doctor Pierce's Golden
achieves its succeaafil
cure becauae it ia a
acientihe preparation orig
inated by a scientific man.
It i ue - M J t
stomach aud other onnuis of dig.
and nutrition, purifies the blood and
establishes the body in sound health.
As the writer of the following letter
say, "It is the beat thing for nervoua
neas and for a weak run-dow conditvow
that anybody would want. It give a
person new life and new blood.
Golden Medical Discovery M contain
no alcohol aud ia free from opium, co
caine and other narcotica.
I bum aga'o saw1 a few Hmtm Is you total
now How I am gxwsa ave( - imm-iag
uudcrlul mwUciut which curad aac two
yean aao wrHwi sua acruui
Kbckr, of I4S Bsatoa aaraet.
bt. Lowia, afv I still conHaas
in wry good haatth aod tlOok
there W uOt hcWsr m4kia oa
ottrth Ihsu Dr Pterve Golden
Medical Daamrr kllttx tMSt
thing fee nervosa!! ana tar s
weak rundown condSuun tkwt
anybody would want It give a
oeraon new lift aud new Wood
f can sow work all day long
with. ut fccttOM tbs Uat btt (lied
I mb eery uervou. und weak last suaimcr. I
took live bottlcK of Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical
Discovery aod it jut made me feci like asw
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets sliiniilats
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RIs nr. Hsrs In Psndlatan.
It was 21 year ago that John U.
1 acme came to Pendletou from the
Willamette valley, and for many year
thereafter he was utiite a force in this
part of tbe state. Qe wa twice mayor
of thi town, onu term in lHHft, and
one in i -'.' lie wa boru in Marion
county on June 0, lo64, aud wa ad
mitted to the liar in January, lfWO.
In 1882 he wa married to Anna Hlak
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mr. W. M.
Blakley, of this city.
Mr. Leaaure wa a lawyer of con
siderable energy and no small degree of
ibJIit". He practiced for a number of
years alone, and waa for several year
a partner ii A. I). Htillmaii, now ui
the law (inn ol -tillmaii Pierce.
From the first of his .residence here.
Mr. l.easure bail an openly expressed
ambition ami intention to represent
the second district of Oregon m aoaj
grea. and to thi end lie bent all of
hi energies, lie secured unite strong
support in the local political lu-ld
ami twice succeeilnd in forcing thu
county convention of the republican
party to elect delegations to the state
.invention favorable to bis candidacv.
It is claim were atrougly present. i by
the members ot these delegations, in
the years of WJ and 1H04, on tbe
fOiad that I ler i. Orugoii should
have the congressman. However, al
though clone to securing inajoritias, ha
was not socoeesful in being plaoad
upon the ticket.
Oreat Dlaappeinlmaai ault.
. ... n.- lailurwa cauaexl so bitter (llaap
pinUnant to Mr. Iivaaure, that be
suffered a serious setback is bi pro
leasioual and busineaa affair. A I
though he lout not all of his energy,
be waa for a lima without a led nit..
purpose, and became more and more
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involved iu nuauoiai uimcuiues.
Kveutually, he bss-ama dlsoouragwl,
aud rainovod to Portland, and later to
Kaker City. Hobsoiueiitly . lie rewruad
i. Portland where, bealdw practicing
law, be got hold of some uiining prop
erties, quarts, on the Southern Alaska
coast. These prospects, at first very
alluring, turned out to b deceptive,
aud be once again resumed the prac
tice of law in Portland.
The denouement came after tbe
events bad transplied as related iu tbe
lulua.nn. I...,., P. .rll.li.l lk.inlA.1 ulu...
IC.Tf I MU. . . -'..MI.'. .. . U , ui.',. I,
which I correct, asoepting that he did
not go to Alaska a short time ago. It
is understood here, on very good au
tbority, that I.e was given a ticket to
Alaska at the time of the dirhcultiet
over the check ha issned in Portland
but tiiat he went only so far asHeattle
selling the ticket there aud going to
California. The M. J. Wills, men
tinned iu the telegram above, i more
(similarly known bare M "Uip"
Willis, and once lived in Pendleton.
The 100 waa sent to Mr. I ...mm.- altar
Mr. Wilis' return to Portland, aub
aeouent to meeting him in itadding.
Mr. Ulahiey reoaived telegraph i
word from Portland Friday evening,
and leit for that city on tbe night
train. He was accompanied by
Wsnt on a Ha, lepreseaUeg
Paper. Against lsvral Olbar.
Chicago, July -JO.-Ohaa. Vita Mor
mm, who mad a trip around the world
for the Chicago American in coinpeti
tlon with representative of the New
York Journal, the Han Francisco Ki
am iner, one Montreal and two Pari
papers, ..included bi journey thi
morning, a winner and record breaket.
He made the trip in HO day, I hour,
'At minute and 42 and I saconda.
Tbe Lest previous record waa ' i
I he Isiy was given an ovation ou
The '...ia distance traveled by Kits
Morris was 20,4o6 nil lea, anil the
actual traveling time was i day. 30
hour aud IIS miputaa. The beat previ
ous record for encircling tbe globe
was held by i.. OraltHh, who made
the journey two year ago In 93 day.
irwin coLeTioht a draw
eat Wllna? kg ttoo People Will
Com to Paadletea.
Portland, July 'M. The twenty
round light i .ei or.- tbe Pastime club in
tha p. it loii hiiilding twtweeu Toll
Irwin and Willie Cole waa pullmi
last night and resulted In a draw.
Twenty-nv hundred people wttnesaml
the bout, i win leaves Monday, ac-
-i i by 'liid.lv" iilsbop, hi
manager, lor Pendleton, where its
will train for In fight with Popp on
in poiiiiiiom or runtu.
Hau Krauciaco, July JO. A large au
dience greeted the spakrs at all of
ii..- nvu r.pworth meeting this morn
ing. All were department ciifsruoes,
tel thx moat lorn. nl litialiien ol the
sasiou was diapoeeii of at tbeiu. The
Junior l.uaguer, missionary workers,
uinciel, mercy, help departments and
officers warn all addrsawed on subject
couuected with their work, hvangeli
I work war inMitvsutraUsI iu three
open air meetings held this noon. Tbis
alleruiAiii tits junior leaguera tiehl a
rally iu the pavilion. A com pi i men
tary baud concert wa giveu lu the
park tor their sutertsiumeut. louight
a cJioru- two thousand voioea win
repeat l'ueedsy's concert , while dele
gations (row thirteen tale will bold
rallies iu the city cliurcuaa. tbe
se le lion of the neat coiiveittibn city
will probably be left to a onuuoiltee to
investigate aial decide some months
Pittsburg, July 'JO. A united effort
III be made Usiay to induce the men
employed in the mill of the National
rulie company at McKenspnrt to Join
the rank of tbe steel striker. It ap
pears that tbe maioritv of tbe men are
organized and only awaiting word to
At Wsllsvtlls. Ohio.
Wellaville, Ohio, July a). -The
strike situation at the Union Sheet
Steel mill here this morning is tin
banged. Nn nonunion tnaa nav. ...
Wilkesiiarre. l' July 'JO. The
whole region here waits on the result
of the big meeting tomorrow at which
the united mine worker are to dellne
their prantion regarding the fireman's
strike. Until then, nothing nf IggMf
tanoe i eipectetl. It is I eared that the
Agbt i on, (or the indications are that
the mine worker will uiit that the
firemen tall tneir strike off, and wait
Obtil nest April. There in no violence
in any part of the reigon.
FEELING IS RUNNING HIGH
Jutgs Osgr Aagr Strikers--Aa Out
brsaa Wouldn't Causa aurprlss.
Derby, Conn., July 'JO. The feeling
against the sweeping injunction ol
Judge Cager in tbe Machinist' strike
is running so high among all el Bases
of ci t nen that an oethreak would
cauae little surprise. In the case of
Thomas llavis, a waiter, who was lined
A0 and costs by Judge eager for vlfl
lating the lajgnatlOtl ny ssyiug,
Hcabs have come to town, baa
in. reused public indignation.
was paid by public subscrip
tion. Three men, arrested for peao
will v attempting to persuade non-union
men from working, were greeted like
heroes b) Nyiiipethiaer in general. A
chain of business aud lamily relation
ship connect those upHNtml to the
strikers, Osger being a brother to a llrm
which does law business for one ol thu
largest foundries in thu city.
II is tine
IMINl ANSVII IK
Continue Wors 01
ill a... stay HMk.
Pittsburg, July JO. - The attempt to
get the men employed in the llunuans-
vllle plaut to ioiu the strikers waa
abandoned for tbe present. The tueu
voted last night to continue at work.
They were Informed by tbe super itileu
dout that if they struck the plant
ould be closed indefinitely aud prob
ably aisaudouad. There is a possibility
of the old Meadow ai II at Hoottailale
striking Monday. All is quite at
aret and Daphne, children of Mr.
io were visiting
of their grandparent. If ugh Leaaure,
sure, who were visiting at the home
a son, 1 now a soldier in Manila.
INSTALLATION OF THE DUKE
2uecs4s lbs King a brand Hastav Of
IkO United urand Led.
New York, July la. Eleven thous
and I ug I iijh Kree Masons attended the
installation of the I Hike of Oonnaugbt
aa grandmaster of the United grand
lodge, in succession to Kdward vil ,
according to the Loudon correspondent
of the Tribuue.
Albert Hall waa throned with mem
bur of the grand lodge, past and
THI B0LLI LOII MlaVILT.
orgaa's Tblrly-BlgbtWaras test Tb
Now York, July 10 Pier pool Mor
gan apokn thirty igbl word yaatarday
about th steei atrike aud each word
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. m. li.fl vvwii lliwi iiuiia ainju. V
j-'.i . He! -re Morgan gave oat in
statement, stocks were booming, there
had gone out a rumor that tb strike
would be settled by compromiaa. Mor
gan' atatainaut wa a denial ol tbia.
aud it waa lol lowed by a ruab to ll
tuchs, fear baiug entertaiued tnat it
indicated a long labor war. Aa a re
sult ol liquidation the dec I in iu eight
ean principal slocks amounted to $4h,
ruse lo Advus luiurasni cbtr io
Surrsuder Stsusfl Mlmlf Prlaonar.
Manila, July 30. Aguinaldo ba re
fused a reqawt made by fraud that he
write to Oeo, Malvern and advise him
to surrender. Instead ha sent th in
surgent general a oony of In oath of
allegiance, but under bis tlguature he
added the word - pi Isolior The Vlll-
fiinp chiaf is constantly under surveil-uu-
This has greatly irritated him
Cra4 Oaan la luall Boat.
Lisbon, July 20. -Captain Howard
Blackburn, the American aaiior who
ailed from Gloucester, Mass., in a
twenty-five foot sail boat, ua arrived
hare. The trip occupied af days.
01)9 ANNUAL MID
si'MMEK SHOE SALE
IS NOW IN PULL
BLAST. ALLOl R 1 AN
SHOES Musi BE
Regardless of Price
Our Show Window lull
of beauties fur (ruin
50o to $2.60
People who know a good thing
wlirhi they see it v. ill jump at tins
chance to save moiiey on their
W Oan PropaHy Fit Ay Fwwt
Aa That la
The ?wles Warehouse
TUB nTTER- OF FBHT.
716 Main Street. Pendleton, Or.