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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, ORKferON, MONDAY. AUGUST 12, 1901.
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All Wmrr '.'A Z"m
A Mighty Clearance
Sale - - -
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LESS I II m i i vc I i RERS FIRST
COST OF MAI BRIAL tLONE .....
Our Styles Are Better
Our Prices Are Lower
Than Anywhere Else
Alexander & Hex ter.
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
BYERS' BES T FLOUR
To make guud t tread uw Byert' Uflja Hour. It took Aral
premium at the Chicago World's fair overall compel i
tioa, and given excellent satisfaction wherever used.
Kvery sack is guaranteed. We have the beat steam
Boiled Bailey, See J Rye and Beardless Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BVLRS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
I' have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
froiu one pint to ten quarts, will freeze cream
in from three to five minute ; alao have a full
line of filming tackle, hammot kB, etc. See my
line hefore buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
in the latest patterns are shown at
Kuhman's store Tier upon tier of
Klitterinu glassware every useful
;tnd ornamental kind Handsome
bagfj and water sets in e.ery new de
ligB. Hand painted china The
daintiest of porcelain ware. What
ever you want for use r ornament is
I In lim j. n i r hu we arc liua
lug 1 IIO.Uu are una, nailed veluw
Jelly glasses i
It hat been practically agreed to
move the heaqduartera oi' the Trans
continental Passenger association from
Oenver to ChtafD,
The shortage 01 the wheat ir.. in
France will he larger than lm DM
etimatel. The phortage in now placet I
at 30.000,000 hnnhelii.
The Boer are reported to have rap
tured and shot in cold blood a IfwtM
ant and a trooper ol Steinacker'
Morse in revenge for their instrument
ality in shooting a Boer dispatch rider
The eighteith anniversary of
the state of Mianonri was celeharted
in Kanass City Saturday. A .l-y-ii
congressmen were present and each
made brief speech.
Klsie and Imogene Wallace, sisters
Hgt il repeecitvelv Its and IS yeari, ana
Cora Wallace, tiieir conain, agcl Ml,
were drownetl while in bathing at
Aabarjf Park, Calif.. Saturday. A
strong undertow swept them oft tneir
Hie Havana UisctiMion, a t'nlian
newsiaper, says: The ortfer lor the
enrollment of a Cuttan artillery corps,
by only permitting whiles to enlist,
will sow the germs of discord between
the whitea and the black ami estab
lish a precedent both dangerous and
, M. Mecartey 01 San Juan, San
Benito comity, says he haa inventcil a
method of making a magnet which
will attract gold ami silver. The mag
net used was a common steel chisel
drawn down to a point. To this gold
and silver shavings adhereil tena
ciously. A tew days ago a tormal anriounie
merit was made to the effect that the
American Sugar Betlning company,
commonly known as the sugar trust,
was about to increaae ita capital stock
hv the amount of 15,000,000, and
there has leen much speculation in
DOtlMM and linai cial circles aa to
what purpose the company kas in view.
It now seems probable that one of ttie
objects of the company in to hinder the
nteadiU growing lieet sugar industry
nl the t'nited States.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Cherries are just coming to market
around Knterpriae, Wallowa county.
I he liaUurc of tne $ ;(i,lNH mortgage
on the Oregon Im builtling in I'.utl n.l
has been iaid.
John and Tom Consuline, chargiti
with the murder ol Chiel ot Police
Meredith, were arraigned at Seattle
before Judge Ktnory, of the npwiot
court and boMi having pleail not guiltv
the trial was aet tor Neptcml.cr Hi.
The salmon cannery combine is com
plete. The details were all couinleted
Saturday in Portland anil the aWNM
paid by the oOBblM to the various
(aimers who have entered thecomhuie.
The Doaapaaj is oapitaliaad at i2.r,otx),
Altera trial lasting os.-r two days
at Siaikane, .Mrs. J. Q, havis, the
Christian Science healer, was found
guilty ol failure to report a caae of
scarlet lever, as required bj law,
and was given the minimum line o :
W. II. Bruuiiiiond oi Council, QrSMl
county, reoently killed two coyotes
with one rille shot. One ol the var
mints was standing 10 teet to one side
oi the due be aimed at. He claims a
barbed wire split the ball in its tlight
and thus slew tbein liuth.
Slier.'' Potter, of Carbon county,
near Bed Lodge Montana, shot ami
killed Tod Sloan, who was wanted by
the authorities of Big Horn county,
Wyoming, fur stealing boraes. sloan
drew a gun. but Sheriff Potter awaa
too (juick tor bfaVi shooting him
through lite breast.
A large part of the busim-a section
of Armstrong, B, 0,, was huruisl -at
urday. The total hiss is W),000 ami
the iuauraiiue KM.Otsi The origin ol
the tire was incendiary, a halt willed
man named P.aglrs havlug started the
blate with the aid ol coal oil. Kagle
cuii fessed .
1 lo- preliminary exauiiuaiioii of
Mrs. C. A. ioholl lor the murder ol
A. A. Bn hmond at Yakima City on
the J&lh id last month was concluded
Saturday, and the defendant was dis
charged The eiau .mat extended
through two days and into a third.
tat court was of the opinion that Mrs
Schulea was j null tied iu shooting Kicli
moud, who was drunk at the time he
Leaning trom flu Bafe wiuthiw dOBd more
with Uu amfB tttaai Ins eyes. Tin-" nuii
lle BBal gminblc ami rtatr" of bu ciiKiut
are la HBl artn uUU- BPBBClL and a falae
llotr In tli.it '..hi
hlr ol Mound-
would t ati b hu
ear a BJBBCkl aa
a diacord would
strike tlie BBJ of
the trailer of an
He thinks more
Ol blk ellglie I hall
hiniMrlt Thai M
wii) he ftvgtecta
to uotiii syuiu
toiiik which arc
full of warning.
The foul loligur,
the hiiirr last,
aour risings, and
undue fill 1 lit BJ at
U-r eating aie but
lyilBSTBBI ot lk
DBJawB or some
form of disease in
volviug the stom
ach and orgBBM of
digeatioii and mi
heart, liter, lungs,
iuvolvetl and the
tritiou In time the
or other organs are
engineer has to la
Or l'ieice. C J den Mi dual lUsiovcry
cures disoast'N nl tbe stomach and orgaua
uf digeatiou and uutriliaM. it wuSue
the bluod and build up the ljd with
aound hcaltht flesh
"I um-iI ten lutllrs ol In
Mrdltjl ln.A,i. a lid mt vers I
rt i - I .ol.le u
- ol hi. Pitas
I iiaw had
muI Prllst ii year ago this spring aiei n.
no trouble wiili iiiaiarsiuiii .in. "1
W. T Thomj.iii of TowiiM-ii.l Hio.elu.,
guiiUii " Wurits fail to It II how thai
am tr Ihr irlirl as I hail SHaVicd Hi"
il Menu I lli.il lln tlwlol- !!
I got ilown in Mi-iatll lo ws liounit- Sad a "ol
able to work at all Now I wt'tgti sua t"
4u a Jay's worW on Hit lanu I liavi moiii
meudr.l viau inoltmu W tone -oi.l I'-l'
always hair a goil oit u loi In Hicrcc
anil tils medicine '
Ur. HbJB' Pleeaaut Pclleta cure tou-Upaliuu.
But Trust Thinks Strike Won't
FEDERAL STEEL ACTION SIGNIFICANT
Failure of the Men lo Go Out Is the Tbing tbe
Kmployers Say Will Fnd ritup.
Pittsburg, Aug. t President Bbafl
er expressed biuiseifas (dea-etl w th
tbe strike situation tins morning.
He says the Amalgamated has lost
nothing by the refusal of the in I
the Federal it OB I danl o ome out.
All mills iu this part ol tha onntrv
have proved loyal. In spite of Shaffer's
air of confidence there is a (eel mg of
unceriainty about the A umlgiimaied
lieaqduarlers thi- morning. In the ab
sence of authentic reports from the
afhi ied districts, ollicials are rather at
sea regarding the real situation.
Regarding Chicago, M ilwaukee and
Juliet nulls two of (hem said their re
fusal to join tlie strike would have
but little actual Itesrin. on the sitna
lion. The general public as well at a
number of labor organisations evert
where are asked to snhscrilie in the
netsls of the striker-.
Pittsburg, Aiir. 12. A statement
made hv the I 'lilted Mates Steel OOP
f oration official (hi- morning that tbe
ederal steel employes stand will re
tail in breaking tbe strike within a
Whan Reports Came.
A full rejsirt trom steel strike DM
ters indicate that 15,11) men failed lo
go to work tins morning The Kcnuh
lic, Painter, Lindsay, McCutcheon
and the h'rankslown puddling and roll
mg mills Of (he continental di pari
meiit of the National Tube coinpunt
in this district were closed. An at
tempt was made to start up the Repub
lic works, but tbe men refused to work
and the tires were hanked. The Amal
gamated failed to make good its thre.il
to close the upper and lower Carnegie
iisp4clbes from Juliet and I Imago
mills and Milwaukee say that tlie
men in those plants went to work as
usual this urn mug in accordance with
I he action laken Sunday at M ous m,
Pa. The strike leaders this morning
decided to abandon all opposition lor
the present. Non-union tin workers
went into the mills without molesta
tion. The nulla of the American
heet Meel . ..Illpallt' at Yandegrilt,
Appolo, l.eecbhillg, H vde Park ami
Sallshurg were all running lull. None
of (he oi men failed to report for
Bhaffar a Earntsl Words.
MckeeeMirt, IV, Aug. IJ. In (be
course of Ins Saturday address Presi
dent Shatter made the following state
ment "I have receives I from some one a
letter saying that the working men
have a lot oi money in the bunks
which it ladng used by the trusts.
This is true. The trusts are supported
by the bunks. 'Men. draw out your
money, not to tiring trouble on the
lianks or imiatir the cretin of the
house, but to assert yunr right to de
fend yourself and you rights. In, not
let your money be used against you."
Speaking of the threat to dismantle
t he mills, Shaffer said :
"Tha meu who made Ki ktscpaorl
made tlie trust. They now threaten
our rights and deny our liberties. I
call on you, men of MckeesMirl, Iu
throw off tbe oppressors and tbe sys
tem tjf spoliation, revenge ami repris
al. This ia no time tor weakness, no
tune lor truce, no lime lor cowardice
You can tiot yi.dd ; Bdjp will mil sur
render, for it meant reduction of wages
an I ignominious slavery. Let our ar
garments become thread hare; let some
of us toil until we fall into our graves,
but remember tint, even if the A In a I
gamated -s... laduu should lie over
thrown, it would only mean a greater
brotherhood of man which would at
tain a glorious victory."
Dubois Wains mi its.
A committee represent lug the citi
zens of liuhom, pa., have forwarded a
statement to J. p. Morgau offering to
give a boOBJd d one mil lion dollars lo
have the Mckeetiort mills moved to
Wants Polite Proiotllon.
Wheeling, W. Vs., Aug 12. The
manager ol Bivertide steel plant here
haa appealed to the police lor silet -lion.
The mayor hat replied that
there - no on a a ion lor such action on
his part at prewtnt.
Opinion at NUuu.
Plttahurg. Aug. 12.- At BdkMi Shalt
er said: Summing up the situation,
we have M reason to he discouraged
this moruiug. Later in the week there
uiuv be more developments. "
LaBorort Against Mewnaii
Sau Krancisco, Aug. 12. The execu
tive committee ol tbe labor council
last night pars.-l a ruaoluliou calling
on Mayor Pbelau lo remove Police
Comin isioi.. r NvbaJI on the ground
that the police are being ueed to tub
serve tin interests ol the KuPjilo). rs'
Till: AUSIROITAIJAN WAR
Prodltlod oy a Vienna Newspaper Pub
Vienna, Aug. 12. -A local news
paper gives prominence lo B Borne dla
patch predicting war bewtoe.ii Austria
ami Italy over the Balkan troubles.
Tbe ditpi Ich says laitb count r lea are
showing unusual military activity and
that hoth are selling their Adriatic
Heels in order.
Iowa ooos 10 Panama.
Washington, Aug. 12. the navy de
partment this morning tent orders to
the hattleebip Iowa now oil the North
ern Pacific coast lo pr.aeod lo San
Fraav iapO preiaratory to probable de
parture for Panama, instead of tlie
Aabury Park, N. J., Aug. 12. four
masked men blew up a aale attached to
the Coast Klectnc railway and eacaped
THE NBW YORK MARKET
Reported by I. t. Rav m Co., Pendleton.
Chleato Board of Trad and Now York
Stock laehanBO rokoro.
New York, Aug. 12. -The grain mar
kets were all strong this morning,
wheat iening I'-, ami com I (MM
"". ' s-day. .iing tm
iH-ing influenced tv tlie putdicattoo ot
the government rcort showing a re-
duct urn of lifteen sdn(s in the OOHdl
to B of spring wheat and twenty veu
pdnts on corn since July 10. The ex
port demand continues enormous,
which confirms the serious tfOf M
ditionson the other side. It is now
estimated that France will require ttf
fv million bushels of wheal frmu ex
porting mtries. New York opened
at 78 .is, BOM up to 7U, ami closed
7 tic The visible supidy shows a de
crease for the week Ol 1,8110,000,
Close Saturday, 70 7-.
Open tialav, 7K :i-.
Hange tmlsy. 7S4 to 7
('b.-e ttaiay, 79.
Mocks: ugar, 181; steel, N M
St. Paul, 1'; C. P., Oft fV-H.
Crop Report a Bull Foaturo.
Chicago, Aug. 12. The governitienl
crop reMirt was disaMiintiiig to the
tiears and BAMBjd a sharp adavm in
price- of all grams on the Board of
Trade this morning SeptcmlaM w heat
wen: in .(', cent" over satnrla s
close, May wheal
(rom 72 i H lo 7(1,
September corn up
VA to 61o. May HP
VH to ii."'. Seiite'nbtr oats minced
fr IB 7 I to 17 1 i, May from M
Whoal San Franoiteo.
San Francisco, Aug. 12. Wheal,
i0.li.. to I DM 7-8.
Whoal in Chisago.
Chicago, Aug. 12 Wheal, 74 to
STEAMER ON lafiDQE STRUCK
Halifax on Rooks at Mlnoi't Clhl USB
I'ost Aug. 12. Steamer Haltlax
-truck the ledge at M mot's Light In a
thick ("g ibis inoniinc and was beach
d in a sinking comlition, hut may lie
saved. Her 22ft '.passengers landed m
Ml! WAS A KAI) K(M)DIJ:R
Policeman Blssori Sonlonooa In Ntw
York ror OfTlalal Corruption.
New York, Aug. 12 Police Ward
man Blssori, whose trial for extorlin
money Irom a keeper ol a bouse ol
fame attracted wide attention as show-in,-
corrupt Ion in the. (sdlce depart
i t in (hit t 1 1 v , wat sentenced to live
wars Mm! six monlba' impr n onmenf
and it line of fllliSl this morning.
SBIONU IANADIAN RACE RUN.
Invadar Won by Seven Mlnulss IH0 See
Chhago, Aug. 12. rhe Cadillac and
Invaders tlarted on the second race for
the Canadian tup Ifl almost a dead
calm. Before two. thirds of the first
leg was covered the Invader bad as
sumed a mile lead
Invader won by aeveu mlnuteo.
shamrook II Arrives.
Sew York, Aug. 12. Shamrock sec
ond went into ipiarant me this morning
and half an hour later went lo I'.rie
basin, wle r. the work ol pulling her
into shape lor the cup races began.
VaaaluB all along the route from ouar-
antine tti the hasm greet, d the vitiUir.
VliTliRANS Ml I I TOMORROW
Spanish Volunteers In sstsion at Ball
Cako, Army of iho Philippines.
Salt Lake, Aug. 12. Kveryth mg
points to a succeaaful meeting of the
uai. mil aociett, Army of the Philip
nines, which will bold its second an
nual encampment and reunion in this
city on tomorrow and two days billow
ing, August S M and 0. It will
he t e first great gathering of army
men m IbjJI Lake and Will bring lo
gulher soldiers id rank and file from
every ijuarler of the I'nion. roily
-isxi veturaiiB ol I be Bpdmiah ami
Phlliipiue wars are eEpBcted to alien. I
the reunion and elaborate arrange
meiiti have U-en made fur thel. en
The fir at buaiueaa session ol the an
en ty will be held in assembly hall
I M flay afltijmxiU. This will I at (ol
lowetl bv a patriotic mewling in the
talairiiacle. the dub gales being Wei-
ooaad to the state by (inventor Welti
tit her speakera at this meeting will be
Brigailler leiieral Irvlug Hale of DoJ
ia to Hrlgatiier deneral W. r Mat
call of K us..- and Captain P. J .
Cosgrovc of Nebraska. Tlie priiiciul
vent on the program lor Wednesday
wili he the grand military and itfM
parade of which (ieneral William H.
PttOfuaw, U S. A , .retired, will lie
grand marshal following the pa
rade a special organ recital will be
given in the tabernacle, after which
tbe visitors will spend the balam . of
the .lay al Salt Air
Wall Known boldlort
1 1 ursday will Is- devoted to the elec
tion of utfjceri and lo aeeuig tbe priu
t I pa I Dallai of inlereol in and about
Among ttie in. ire prominent military
.il ii-ra who will be in alien. lanre are
...neral Irving Hale, Clonal Boy I a
and l.ioiileiiaiii I OMOl Llpninuott of
I ol or ad", Colonel ThoiUBB It Hauler
ol Idaho, I ieneral H C kenaler and
Major J B Miller, Montana; Captain
P. M. I.iuacott, .'Nevada. eneral H.
1 1 ui is ami Maior V. J. rlrioe,, Cali
fornia; ieneral Owen Sumuiera, lire
BMi Colonel W I. Kile, Washington
Colonel tiracey, lenuesaee ; Majors C
A Vickcrs and J. N. Kilhau, Nehra
ka; l ieutenant Colonel Lee Stover and
Ma p. is Howard aud Worne. South lia-
kota; Colonel William Truemau
North Dakota, General C. Met,'!
Beeves and Colonel F. W. Ameo, Miu
uoaola: Mjoar F. M. foote, Wyoming
Colonel J. C, Lofsar and Major T. A.
Hum. of Iowa, i.eueral W. S. Motcalf
and I leutenailt Colonel K. C. Little of
kausas, and Uolosai Pop former
iiuartermaster geueral under deueral
Otia at Manila. Major (ieoeral Frau
oi Y. txreeue, the pieaideul of the or
gauiaaliou, is iu Kurope ai preaeui
and will be uuable to attend ihe re-
MORE GOLD WAS
Divers Du Up About $65,000
From the Waters.
WINTERS ISSUES SIGNED STATEIENT
Deulas Report That He Was Offtrtd Hwam
and No Funtahiiimit If Hi Would lonfiwv
San Krancia.!.., Aug. I2.-Jark Win
""" I" B -inge. I statement Ibis in. ru
ing detailing the -tort .1 hi. arieat
ami coiivp t ion and states that B MWArtl
was offertsl him f,,r - ri ft-nf -
I'rocketl, Aug , I h vers this
morning hr ought up an Id it mnal 0uf.
iMW in bullion.
CRABBIi IS AFTtK THI M NOW
Another Haiti Betwton Rnillsh Portoi
and South Arrltan Boost.
Middlebnrg, Transvaal, lug ,
OoBBBiaadaai Craitalaiaf has been
driven to the northward of this place
Oait UrabbB (ought Craltalafjer'i forra
two hours and routed (hem Cr.il.hr
is now pa rail ifj the aaatai
Loudon. Aug. Pi. -An fflrial dis
patch trom Pretoria tislay stalee that
AndrioM VaaaalB, tin Bom )h.h wvtn
reMirtel several months ago a- having
been shot hv order nl fteneral I lew el,
A Raid Wan Madt
Pretoria, Aug 12 Ki f I of the
burgher's is i lice t ..lav made a foraging
expedition and captunsl a herd of rat
tle. When tint force was returning to
camp a parti of liners ambushed them
ami killed four, wounded two and cap
tured (our. Twn Boers were wounded
Washington, tug , Ihr state de
partment received a telegram If
Special I hllsslolle's Kocklllll at IV
kin reporting that (he draft of the final
protocol has In en agrcid upon.
Bot Burned In Pols tounly.
Salem, Aug I " The I J vear old EM
ol V llavnlsoii. I'olk . .unit, was burn
ed Itslav from a powder BipioflOBI He
mat lose his i t .
mi poim: PRAYS I ok crisim
Rome, Allg 12 file s.pe tislav of
eretl prayer (or tbe soul of Crispi who
had httOR bis enemy for decades.
PRE IN COIMMrCK 111:1.1)
Only a row Basks ol lira in Utklrtyad lo
Save Uroalar Amounl.
Athena, Aug. 12. n Satunlay af
terms. n a tire broke out in Alf Cop
pock's atuhhlc lichi So ureal damage
is reported, only a f a. ks .1 grain
which were thrown in the track of Ihe
lire to extinguish H were burned It
wat a verv rinse call lor his grain, aa
the thresher slid just lelt the field.
lieorge W Hausell, who had the
contract to ..instruct P J. kirk's line
t.taOtl residence, will hate BQBBplatokJ
it Wednesday, ami will at once leave
(or Walla Walla Iu erect a , ris.m Bui
lage for Mihhs Wisalard Die contract
pn.e (or this home is H7QU
Ira Kemp and Kred Harnett viaitml
relatives at Milton smnlat .
Francis Marraj was a I'eudleloii
J. W Chai.man was a Walla Walla
T. P Page and tau.iU Mrs Krel
Rom.nneig and IbBhIIi d Una city ami
Mr and Mrs C W UaAat at tdams.
left here Saturday for a leu day outing
at Bingham springs
A big prairie lire raged near KHa.
Iu Morrow BlMMly, oaaaad by small
boys playing with mat. hes li burned
aeveral sections oi huuehgraan, and
would prohehl v have buriil several
set lions ol gram had not men, women
ami children toiigbl .leasarteiy tit
For the Ook Days
We .an liuk. i ill- i ndiiralile.
dUFUMJ 'I BB4 in. i days if yuti will
. on .oil I. ilnoii sum p ()( ) J
WKAK in cK
Huw about a jia,r ul OX
P0RD8 i N( R 1. 11,11 an
RHOB& I Iu Will help ,, ,1,.
I, lh I, i tvi alher
REMUMU1 imis is Nor
A STORK 4 WHBRI THI
PRH i HARGBD FOR COO
8HOR8 WILL MAKI will
50c A PAIR.
Mid Summer Sale
U Still doing On
The Peoples Warehouse
TUB FITTBItS OF PtiBT.
716 Maui Stiect. I'uudUlun, Or,