DAILY EVENING EDITION r .rin 11 sT K EASTERN OREGON WEATHER. MARK THIS FACT. 'sir tonight ,.) ihnrnfaT . ooolct tonight PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, JULY 84, 1901. NO. 4181 pNINGEDITf ?o VA W m fl It iiniliV A m am m - -w. m brh mm mm wr mamwmmma.mv. rrh The Columbia Lodging House vluiv FURNISHED 3 f x CONNECTION FSmPP. Prop Pendleton Ukiah Stage Line Mutton tt Carney. Prop'a. .1... ... 9 n'olnnlt fi St. ind Dktah. Oood Mj SSUlooi. Reasonable freight and PlSJ'Tmllnaii A Co's drug, MCI. Summer corsets 18c Corsets, formerly up to $1.00 37c Children's vests and pants 2 for 25c P kct from Ik. I pnte on depend. I IH. L kmi- uox toothpicks, 5c. ldoz dothes pins, sc. CM poles 4c a foot. guieu tools, R M and tgc, ': horn Ccrinanv u.eis ami stationery. Poison Hy paper 5c. line hoik U( Mm . M SClh (, tO . , d's and brushes-a Wl line. vy reasonable -uinet corL uee . fall., - . warranted, -Wf nH.. i .... - "'"-i so lie ev - ' sCb 1 1 fc " ' 25- $i 45 and HnnL. - -WM School Suru nil . t old kecks ofor 5c. JNH K up. 5c. life 1 10 5C ,d Pencils . a it 1,1. boxes, etc. JUST ARRIVED The finest Mb overall and Jacket in the World. The "RmI Heal" Brand. Union Made. Strictly flrat-chvw working garment. We believe the Red Heal overall and jacket unequalled by ajra other garment before the public. The "Red Seal" Overall Are extra full, high cut bid, seven pocket, white atttrhed, continuous ' facing, double button on each aide opening and have extra quality but-1 totiH. buckle and button hole, double Htitched seamt. everywhere and finished Inside an perfectly M ontlde. Soother overall equals the Red ! Heal In IM particulars. All Ited Heal lit nvemliM art. siimd h.d i it h HUHiiender made entirely of webbing, the wi'iion from the cmi in the back down lMlng of goml elastic with niekle buckles ami loops. Thai if really perfect suspender. The "Red Seal" Jackets Are cut like a regular coat. Four pocket, white stitched, sleeve with adjustable wristbands, tailor made button-hole-.. iiras"- ring buttons, cmiete and perfect inlde a well a out. In blue demins they sell for $1.00. In indigo blue striped drill for 90c. In addition to the Ked Heal brand we carry two very large and good line. "A and H Special" overalls and jackets are 60o, "Never Rip" overalls and jackets arc 76c, Them- are the lest values at the price we can And. Alexander & Hexter. The Boston Summer Goods for Crash and Pique skirts 49c Ladies' belts, formerly up to 75c ... 10c Laces and Embroideries for Little Money. Sun Bonnets, 18c. Parasols one half price. Neckwear and Millinery at Your Own Price. The best Shirt Waist in the store for 79c. Shirt Waists formerly up to $1.20 for 49c. V Pendleton's Big Busy Store BYERS' BEST FLOUR To make good bread rue Byere' Bert Klour. It took flrat premiam at the (Jhieago World'i Pair overall competi tion, aud give excellent aatiiifactiou wherever uned. Every aaok ia guaranteed. We have the beat ttteaiu Boiled Bailey, Heed Bye aad Beard lem Barley. PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS W. 8. BYERS, "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 line of fishing tackle, hammocks, etc. See my line before buying T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man. full h-tigd li detachable Store a Song A Crystal Delight. that will charm the most fastidious taste can be found in any one of our elegant styles of water sets. We have them in cut, engraved, fancy and Hohcmian glass, in an endless variety of designs and patterns, and the prices are likewise attraitm . fi.ao to 5" C. ROHRMAN. Proprietor. GINIRAL NIWS. The hunt nd drouth in Kaniaa ha out down the corn crop more than fifty per cent. Some eMtimatec are ai low n one-fourth of a crop. The Ijiclede hotel at Ottnmwa, Iowa, waa rmrtially deatroyed by fire Moiulay. John O'Oonner ol Mt. I'leaaant, a rnt, waa anffocated. The remaina of Mra. Kruser, wife of OOB Piel Krnifer, were interred at Pretoria on Monday. She died of pneumonia after three day illnea. At Kana City Monday the govern ment thermometer reached 104 and re mained above the UK) mark for aeven hours, breaking all recorda in that auc tion. Accord inn to the official tigurea on Hie result of the elections for the French conanla-general, which occurred throughout France Jnlv 21, the re publican partv gmaeu 47 seata. Hie qoeiMtiM authorities have been advised that live caaes of vellow fever are reported at Santiago tie laa Vegas, a town of lUXW inhabitanta, ; miles from Havana. All the sufferera are Spaniards. It ia believed, aaya the London I mi", "that a grant will le made to Lard Itoberts in recognition of his ser vices in South Africa and to enable him suitably to maintain hia.peerage. I'm provide tbil an additional estimate will be Mbmittad to parliament forth elth. T in' grunt will be i UM.inu mm m i PACIfIC NORTH W bS T NIWS. July :il the Suiupter valley railroad will give an excursion for people over os ycura of age. Became of the big hay crop in the Willamette valley tbe price haa fallen to from a to 5 a ton. The Maaons of Spokane may buy the Blalock block in that city at a coat of flOO.OtK) and convert it into a Masonic temple. Donald .1. Beaton, editor of the Nel son Daily Miner, waa thrown from a street car at tlalaoa, B t'., and die1 from hia injuries. Colonel (i ray aon of Haker City haa purchased the tine residence of E. J. Meliart on Twentieth atreet, in Port land, for a family home. Dr. Charlea Keed, a veterinary aurgeon, was salmoat inatantly killed at Tacoma by Iwing thrown from a horse in front of hia residence. He leaves a widow and two children. Henry Bout Avery, one of the pioneer Presbyterian ministers of the country, died at San Jose Monday. aged 71 vears. He organised the First Preabvteriau church, in Corva! I ia, Or. , in 1869. James Campbell, formerly a resi dent of Kalauia, Wash., where he con ducted a restaurant, ia under arrest in Portland on a charge of uiaking a con veyance of property to which lie had no title, and with defrauding 8. Ben son out of StkJO. If (). K. Hallou gets his franchise to put an electric line through Walla walla he will have to tight lor it. Residents of Park street, along which tbe proposed line is to pass, are signing a petition to deny the franchise because of alleged injury to proierty values. W. W. Mclinde in Portland was aeriously injured by his team rutin iug away and the load ol wood, to which it mus atlarlii.l, falling out ol tlie wagon on him as he was dragged through the streets. He died from ins injuries shortly alter be ng picked up. lie was thirty v ears old and unmarried. Three citios have entered the contest for the next session of the Mining Con gress now in seas ion at Boise: Butte, Mont., Ijos Angeles, Calif. , an d Port- laud Or. The Butte delegation are the iimst active. I "s Augeles is -ry auxi .ins for the congress, but in caae Call- lornia cannot win it is expectoO tliev will join the Portland forces. The controller of the currency formally announces the first dividend mI si pei cent in favor of the creditors of the First National bank of Van couver, Wash., on claims proved, mounting to 1-13, 658. The commis sion of A. B. FJaatliaiu, of Vancouver, as receiver of this bank Mas made out Monday. He is to take charge on August 16. H j Makes the Borae? S..i the IciiM however tine it iiimvImt; not os fwraftura, pictiMM and uppnint- " ntl The wilt- and mother makes the lot and lu kptak ol goni llouit iin- US to (o 'hi k into the khrller ol thr in . . -i 'a lo'. a uli'l aic. viul when womanly ills sap thr mother's strength, the ho:iicdifc suffers. i ie l,,d i.-. not cooked as she cjoks it. i K very where tht lack ol wilcl) atipt-rvikiou and Btotbcrly thought - fulness is upK.rrlit hat a ch tnge. thru, when this wife ami in ilhrr comes luck l take hti old place in the haully, Tbouaaadi ol women w ho, Iw- i .in . of MMuaal) ills, nad bern shut out of home life and home happi nea, have bate ruabled to once more take their place in the family afu-i Ix-ing cured by l)r. Pierce's Favorite Prrst ription it establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, haa la inflammation and ulcera tion and cures female weakness. It makes weak women stiong, sick women W U 1 commtuuil taking your ' Pavonn frnci i, Hon 1 ami Golfaa IStdicat Iua:ovtr aliuitt Ibe lotk ol Ij-i UccciuImi our vcar ago " writes Mrs Kliaa Wright, of Mouutaiuvirw Huwrll Co mi-moum . bsve uceu vary alow aoout wrltias to yoe, although 1 am lhauklul 1 am here to-day and have tlie privilege of saying 1 thauk you a thuiuunul tiuie for your kiud ail vice I can truthfully say that it was through youl kind advice aad your assdicloc slid tfu will of tin- Lara that I am liviug today . 1 -u iu bailer health thau I have been for Hi t years. I have taken our half doxeu outlk.. of each iiiediciur. I am able to do my wushuia for luur iu family, and all my housework cook iug uud wilkiug Iu fact 1 Icel like a new woiuau.", Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation aud its almost countless conse quences. They do not react on Lb s -i. m not beget the pill habit. ALL THK HBW8I Take tbe Kast Orsgoniaa. Daily $j.oo a year by mail. Weekly li.jo, and teui. Waokly ea.uo a yosur. Ismpla aayy baa SCHLEY DEMANDS AN INVESTIGATION o - Secretary Long at Once Ap points a Court. ADMIRAL DEWET IS THE PRESIDENT Inquiry li to Be life of tbe Santiago Campaign and Admiral Schley Relation Tbereto. Washington, July 24. Secretary lang reoalved this morning a letter from Admiral Schley reoueating the appointment of a court of inauirv . to investigate hia conduct during the Santiago campaign. A consultation with hit staff immediately followed at which personal court another matter relating to tbe investigation was discussed. osway to Fraslde. Hooe after coiiHultation, Admiral Hewey calletl on Secretary latug hy re OMtt) aud was tendereil ami accepted the presidency of the court of inquiry. He announced that the court will meet here during sentemlier. The names of tbe other members ol the tribunal will be made public later. Schley's raaueet for investigation ir based on Mackley's history. In hia letter, Schley says, while admitting the right to fairly criticiae every public oflicer. he cannot submit to "ion thugs and abusive lansnage ot tbia violent partisan opponent, who haa infused into the pages of hia Issok so much malice and iinlairnesa as to make it tinworthv the name of his tory." Long immediately replied heartily, approving the rear-admiral's action and announcing hia intention of at once proceeding in acrordanoe with h's re.tueat. Seblsy In Now Terk. New York, July 24. Admiral Schley arrived here today, presumably to con suit counsel. Falward Maoleay, whose history brought the controversy to a climax, says he is glvl that Schley asked for a mart ol inquiry, and adda that the rear-admiral can sue him all he wants to. i hs Post Took It Up. Washington, July -'4. -The Wash ington Post last night telegraphed Ad miral schley that in an editorial it in sisted that he owed it to himself aa well as to bis frieuds to begin proceed ings against Mr. Ms. lav the author of an alleged history of the United Statea navy, to disprove the latter'a charge, adding: "Will you do this? Please wire statement." TisJsy it received the following tele gram : "Great Neck, July F.ditor Washington Post: I believe the first step should he an investigation ol all the matter by the court, than civil action afterward. I am preparing to take this course SigOM) "W H. BOH LEY." The Post, iu the morning, aa a re sult of extensive inquiries based Usn the admiral's dispatch, will aay in part : "Admiral Schley purposes to aak an investigation at the hands of a naval court of inquiry and then to aue His torian Mac-lay for libel. Hia action is the sequel to the developments dur ing the past we. k, during which tbe entire countr) lias been stirred by tbe poblleetleB ' the unexampled abuse poureai out up- n him lu the third volume of K. 8. Maeiay'a History of the t'nitttd Statea navy, in wlipti publication Schley is said to have run away, "in caitiff digbl," and ia in ad dition deuuunoed aa a onward, cur aud traitor. Will Is Cslskrstsa. "Schley's court of inquiry will un doubtedly lie one of the most de bratod eases in the naval or military history of tbe country. The high rank Of the officers involved in the contro versy aud the intense public feeling winch has been aroused will combine lo give to the investigation Mary iirainatii iniernal. Vitiiiug naa oc curred iu Waabiugtuu for many years that will comyaie with it. "Tbe appoiutmeut of the court of inquiry ia eipactsxl to be made by .secretary lajug. though it would be in tbe power of trie president to make its selections if lie chose This is hardly likely lo occur, however. Mr Long has already stated that if Admiral Schlev requested a court of inquiry las would grant the reuuest, aud baa also expressed his willingness to personally select the court. While he baa aot made any statement aa to its personnel there is every reaaoo lo balieve that he lavora Admiral Ilewey and Kear Admirela Baineay and Baiibam, the two lattar being uow uoou tba retired list it is said that J)wy, Bauiesy and Ben haul have alwaya carefully avoided giving opinion aa to tbe merits of the controversy." THE BAPTIST YOIINU PbOPI.E Bla Convsutioa to Msot In Cblsaso Chicago, July 24. Tbe annual con veutiou of tbe International Baptiat l ouug I'eople's union will be in formally opeued hero tonight with church services. Tba formal opening occurs tomorrow oven ma. rUee son sious of tba convention will be bald daily uutil Sunday. Fiftoan thousand pastors and delegates are expected. rreirie rlr MmwBw Kl Keuo. July U. A groat prairie lire rages over tbe Kiowa and tba Comanche reeervatiooa, due to care leasueaa of camuers. Tbe law and order league has i a uud a notion in form iug tbe crooks tbey must leave or be hanged. ki ie( st,ri au i trruruc lura. Conatantiuoplo, July 24. Bulgarian brigades are terroriziug the Turkish provinces, committing many murders aud abductions. They gave battle to . troops sent iu purauit and defeated them. THE NEW YORK MARKET Reports ky I. L. Say a Co., rsndlston. Chleaa Board of Trade and NOW York Stooh laohanBO pohors. New York, July 24. The wboat mar ket opened strong this mornlnt at an advance of 2 cants per bushel . Kt treme beat prevails in the Northwest and is causing serious damage to the spring wheat. Liverpool closed 7-8d higher, 6 9 6-8, New York opened at 77 3-8, and, after selling oft to 76, advanced to 77-4, closing 77,. Stocks lower. Wboat: Close veeterday, 11 o-H. open today, 77 38. Range today, 764 to 77 V Close today, .". -4 Stock: Sugar, 142 3-8; Hteel, 404 : St. ratll, M ; V. P., 97V Wheat In Chlsaco. Chicago, July 24. -Wheat, 71 to704. Whsat In San Pranslsso. San Francisco, July 24. Ikaoember wheat. 103 A-M to 104 V ST. RAYNER IN QUESTION TU BK triid in disnarmbnt CIIOINQI. PRO Charged With Ckanalaa ths Tsstlmony Transsrlpt In ths MsDsnlsl Rlurgsr tsas. Portland, Or , July JX Arthur I.. Veasie, commissioner apNinted by the court to tako testimony in the ilis tarmcnt proceeding brought against Henry St. Kayner, haa m uned tbe defense that the evidence of the slate is all in, and that the defense will soon be calletl upon to give its side. As soon as this ia in, the case will be submitted to the Oregon supreme court. Mr. St. Kayner. who ia considered wellalong toward the top of the legal profession, snd is known throughout the state, is accused by other lawyers of altering the transcript in the case f -tale ya. Frank McDaniel. Mt hauiel waa tried for the murder of Claire Fitch in a suburb of Portland and waa found guilty of manslaughter He baa just begun to aerve a tlfteei year sentence. Ht. Kavner waa his lawyer. It is charged that before the caae waa auhmitted to the aupreme court, Mr. St. Rayner obtained iMtaaee- sion of the original transcript I changed two of ths sheets to favor Ins side of the case. Kvidence has been taken inter mittently during a per lot I of oeveral weeks. The concluding ovidenro was fiveu by Miss Cavanaugh and Miaa foflman, stenographers, and (ieorge K. Chamborlaiu, distriot attorney. Miss Cavanaugh atated Hiat sho waa in the employ of Charles J. Hehnaliel, when one day laat July Mr. St. Bavoer came to her and aaaed that aha make an exact copy of some testimony he had. In order lo make the testi mony exact, she borrowed some psper similar to that Mr. Ht. Bay nor had, and aloo obtained the uoe of some black carbon paper and black ribbon. In making the drat copy Mr. St. Kay ner dictated some of the testimonv to her, and, in making other copiea, Miss Cavanaugh waa not aura whether Mr. Si. Kayner dictated to her, or whether lie gave her something to copy from. Miss Hoffman, who waa employed in tbe office of Mlaa Mordeu, from whom the carbon naiasr and ribbon were borrowed, testified that after the carlxm paper waa relumed, it waa ac cidentally noticed that some of the .Mcljkiighlan teat I mon y could he read on the paper, and hy a comparison with the original It waa found that two pages of the transcript had Isaoil changed. Diatrlct Attorney Cham- oeriain waa made aware of Hie dis covery by Miss M od. n snd so leatirfed. Mr. Mt. Kayner ia his owu dsfeuse. asserts that the tranacnpl was kept In a roll-lop desk, and that, in closina the top of the desk, two sheets lie- came lorn. Me had toeae two sheets replaced by a stenographer, and, if the testimony waa hanged, it waa the fault of the stenographer, and not hia own. lie further maintains tfist the changea in the test. mom were not of suttkcinel importance to affect the decision of the court either way. DEFENSE IN I OSBURU CASE Ths OpsolBB aialssxsut toroplstsS This Morning Beais Tssiloaoay. Pittsfleld. Mass , July 24. The opei the mug statement for the dotuuee iu Foshurg murder trial waa concluded this morning. Among me witnesses tailed were members of the Sbeoerd fl .ft . . 1 aon tamily wbo livad oppiaiiu the Foe-1 burgs at the time ol the billing. Tbey ' told ol hearing shots aud ol young James hoaliurg running over ami in tiiring foi a doctor. The father of the prisoner sod the I dad girl waa called to tbe stand this aflnriKsiu and Wild a dramatic sltry, betweeit sobs, lu tiie court room wo mini sobbed and men struggled hard to keep back the tears. He aaid ho aaw two men enter bia room ou the night' of the murdor. Ho grappled with them and was than atuuned hy a sand bag Ho reuieujbers iiothiug after that, j uutil bo aaw hia daughter's bleeding' form on the door. KRUOER AND HIS FELLOWS oiler. Amsterdam, Joly !44. The la teat Loudon rumor that Paul Kruger ia preparing to end the war ia denied by tbe Boer delegation hero. Instead . Kruger snd bis compatriots bare are basing great hopes ou the fact that tbe now Dutch prom i or ia a Boer sym pathisar. colonial Oa.ee lospoBslbls. Now York, July 84. A London dis patch to a Wall atreet news agency aaya that tba colonial office is reepoosible for tbe raport that there are uegotia tiooa for peace. Btautartou, Mouth Africa, July 4. A party of Boors atlemuiad to cross tba railroad between Vlaklagte and Walervil today, while a part ol me, force attacked tbe Briliab block houses to divert attention from tbe main body. Both the Boer forces, however, ware repulsed MA DUTICD PAUCO 11V IUjIjILI UUIULiO TO STRICKEN BELT Crazed and Dying in St. Loois in Numbers. pi THE CROPS ARE BEING RUIRED o Tbermometer Attain Indlratn Mora Than 100 Abort Wtatber Bureau Bull-tin li DlKotiraKlnft Chicago. July it. i ,r j, .-in -t the mercy of the hot wave and there is no reliel in sight. Kesirts trom Un affected Isdt teli of a tew scattering nOWOri last night, but condit s Una morning are similar to thus the past e week- Crop statisticians are growing more psjBBIBllSltl everv dsy, and agree with other crop sharps that the situation . no Mucker than it is painted. With Bnotliei week ol net weather without rain it would ba surprising II oven a fourth crop were to be nthnrad A lew drops ol ruin tell in Northern Illinois tins morning, but the tail will la oi no real benelit. Weather Bureau DlieouraalnB. Washington, lulv 'l I be weather bureau in I bulletin issued tislay, gives little encouragement to larmers ot the west. It Byi the weather will .on tinuc lair tonight in the drouth Stricken section, with the exception ol possible light showers iu some part Deaths In HI. Louis St. I .oil is, July J4. Intense beat still prevails here, the mercury at niMin registering III.' Ibirtv deaths irom heat have oBUNflojd since laat night. Several Hrsoiis have been craerl b)f the heat and a large numlier pn s-tratsal. SIX KMJCEMEN AT TNG MILLS indlsatas Thai Rsiumptlun Will bs by Non Union Blsn. Pittsburg, Jnlv 'I Six sd icemen were sent to Clark nulls Una morning As that Ullll lias BOM marked tiy an absence m the least BBBjhUBXal M dis order, It is Udievtsl the owners asked tor Millce to assist in the resuinpt lofl of work at the mill with non union men. A rumor wss current this morn ing that a deaHirate light is lie nig made to start the null with mm tin men Irom the southern statea. AnialBamatso unteers In Uuandary. 1'illshurg, July '.'4. -Amalgamated officials scan-civ know which ot the three places, Mckeeaport. Wellsville or 1'ittsburg, will require waif first at tention. In McKe'Ssirt, there ia danger ol an outbreak tin the part oi the realieaa slrikera. In Wellaville there ia a strain ol development- lol lowing further attempts at resumption of work, and In Pitts' uig there is liability oi injunction ag its ag i 1 rsft UsB steel workers in the I Riled states courts. Will Try Arguinsnt. Karlinatou, Julv 'J4 I'nion minors Irom Indiana, Illinois and KMteob) aro expected 10 gather at M ad iron v 1 1 le on Sunday and organise a marching party to visit tbe mines and attempt to force non - it it Ion men to put work. Million Nun lonllnuss. Astoria, July '.'4. The big run ol salmon continues. Canneries and cold storage plants are Mocked and can re ceive no more ileh tor two days. Pimples, Blackhead, Red Ruugh. Oily Skia ssjfKvBrrrui ev SOAP T Mm i.i. una or Pson.B i sa OtiTa'caa Boar, assisted by Oath BM Uiuluiuiil, for preserving, purifying, and beautify lug the skin, fur cleansing tlie scalp of crusts, acalea, and daudruff , and Uie atoppiug uf fall iug hair, for softeulug, whlleuiug, aud Mantling rod, rough, aud sore bands, for baby rashes, itchiugs, aud chatluga, and for all the purposes of the toilet, bath, and nursery. Millions of Wooieu use d n cuaa Ho a i in the forui of baths fur aiiuoy big irrilalloiis, luti animations, and excori atious, or Uxi f roe or ofleuaive perspirawou, lu the form of washes for ulcerative wean lursiiri. and fur many aaualive purposes C'uticuma Boar couibiuss In Ou Boar al Oaa 1'awa, the ansi atJa and oou. plexluu soap, and Iks aasi loUes, . and baby snap in ths world. roOisraasT, uilusnuitly allay itcli ?,.Tr y,.....Atl..i. anJ irrltattoii, anJ soothtj SaTaiel ii. i SA Hi ' jtUsaussiliel'lisi.1 A SinolbBki Uoitau uAftiisut to cure ilie sevtueat case. M ai' Brtlwa lSjS.'.'-lli' i a SosT run uu auUu I I , Bft W FACE (MIS U ... - I aai toas.