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EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
fir Innliht unit Siin.t.f
PENDLETON, UMATILLA OOUUTY, OBBCrON, SATURDAY, AUGUHT IT. IH1
To buy Groceries
I where you can how a big
1 go) to select from. Call
Jff me. M IS
M m ni 'ul t
0. R. Demott
The Boston Store
Summer Goods at Small Prices.
Ml 3 t N yearn. Percale, Gingham Chunbiytnd Covert Cloth.
13 off regular prices.
Shirt Waists to close 49c
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
VU M tbc citributor ol
frka, tcarefur.-, will be
m 1 I
J jour old bMa aod N
" part , Honey buck.
at. nLlTT. ' lauiela
"bar. Penholder le. I
i Special Pritesj
J ycla. tit., worth Mi
JU," lYdJot AnT
PW.ChS TO CLU8E
K l?'.1! Chair- 'nvL,J
I -' '.ood
A Mighty Clearance
Sale - -
Cool and Pretty
- - At Half Price - -
1 1 .
LESS THAN M NI IF AC TURfi KS FIRST
COST OF MATERIAL ALONE .
Our Styles Are Better
Our Prices Are Lower
Than Anywhere Else
Women's Wash Skirts and Suits
of Linen, 'overt, 1'ique. Iuk, etc
l regular price.
lo make good bread am Bym Utat Klour. it took tirai
premium at the Cnicago world' Fair over all couipeti
UOOi aud yiv ttaoelleut itatiiilacti'iU whorMVor ul.
r v.tv aaot it yuarautvMJ. We have the beat bteaiu
Kolld BaiUjr. Hmsd Hv. t BwirdliMW Barltty.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYtRS, 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 ftw miuuteb; also havs a full
line of titming tackle, hammock, etc. .See my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
CHINA AND GLASSWARE
in the latest patterns IM shown at
Kohman's store. Tier upon tier ol
glitt ring glassware ever1. us ful
and ornamental kind Handsome
berry and water setsine.tr nt dV
sign Hand painted china The
daintiest of porcelain wan What
ever you want for us- r ornament is
rhe in. piaoe dinner Ml. f are skua,
lug .1 Iiu.ju are uu4ualjt4 vela
Jelly glaaset . V " do.
The lour lodptw o th A Wily ltd
Mtoewtioa, taplojrti nf Um tlllMoii
NMl IWM1 at .loliet, llln., by an
MaiOMMN vote dvjoMtd to obev" the
tnke irier of frenident hif(er.
ieneral Kib'tiener, it ip reported,
a ill surrender hi pott ot Commander-in-chief
ol the Britmh hiroe in Noatfa
Afrua to GMtraJ l.vtleton and relurn
to tke Dora m and ol the forces in In
dia. PimUnI lia o( Meieo ha ooui.
; pletely reeovered from the i linen from
which he it tiered no everelv dnrina
the latter part of the pat winter, and
it! Iat ill effect are now aiil to Imve
The tropical torm Moagthw Atlantic
ooat, which ranel it wort on Wed-
I neday and Vednedny nignt, did ure.it
damage. Thnrmlay night Mobile, Al-
labama, wa ti" d .nd communica
tion by telegraph and telephone cut off.
The trial of K. P, Thompon, for
merly DMUMMtat at Havana, ha been
concluded an.1 Tlioinion convicted
He wa NBtaPeal to pay a tine of UN
or serve six month in prison. Thoap.
on wa charged with irregulantie in
U antral Kiuhuuli Lee ba dtn-nled
that the bume in which he lia de
lamioed to etigage uikui tetiruig to
private hie near Kirbniond, Va., will
be "of an itn!utnal character," but
beyond tin. he ha re(ued to make
any natetiieiii for publication.
Preidenl (iomper of the American
Federal ion of Labor still declines to i
diM'iiss the tel trike. He refused
today to say whether the eiecutive
council ot the Federation wa to be
called together or to be communicated
with renaming the Federation's atti
tude. J. I'ierp. nt Mo'gan ha planned the
greateM labor union of the age, a nil- 1
ir.n of latx.r and capital. Accortliug to
his plans, stock ol tlie Vint. I Mate
Meel corporation valueii at several mil
lion of dollar al par v.ilue has been
set aside (or purchase at inside rlure
by the -i men employed by the
companies that make up the great teel
Alfred Klanco, an employ,' of the i
West h..re rai.roii.1, wagenl a WOOk'l
pay with hit brother T'letro that he I
could stop a switch chgine in the yard
at tiranton, N. J., claiming that the !
engineer would respond to his signal, j
lie ngineer did not recognize the1
man' authority, ami signaled him in I
turn to get out of the way. Blanco,
(till anxious to top the engine ami
win the wager, wailed, until too late
and was killed.
PACIFIC NURTHWKSI NkWS.
The carnival and treet fair at Baker
City has been declared off.
The melu tiers of the Salem military
band joined the Salem cainpol Modern
VI.' I I . I II' .1 I I . .. I
, i1"" " 7"";
Og. ihe MM will now have a l.au.l ,
I'llllliil aUil i.l If u . iilili 1 . . r . 1 I 1 r I
Professor Joooph W. Mar.li of Pa
cific university says Wednesday the
loth lust, wa the warmest day ever
known 111 Wanhiugton county. The
thermometer of the Weather Bureau
registered Ot degree.
(lovernor ' icer issued a requisition
upon the governor of New York for the
surrender ol B. K. jjooffl who is want
ed in l.i tin county to answer to a
charge of raising an order signed by
J. M. Wiley ttim $ to (W.
The neat meeting ol the I'acilK Coast
Lumissr Manufacturers' association
will be held at Hoijuiam, August &).
Invitations have been sent to all the
leading lumbermen in Washington,
Oregon aud British Columbia.
W. P. Ksles, a young man who lias
been making himself a nuisance around
Salem and the public buildings for
several days past, was on Thursday
, inmitted to the asylum by .lodge
Judah, of the municipal court.
Charles C. Williams, a prominent
lariuer ol Mount Pleasant, near Ut.
00 Oity 1 diod Ihursday night, age.!
71 years. The ium-ral will lie held to
morrow morning under the auspices of
Multnomah lodge No. J, A. F. A A. M.
For the first lime in its history
Snake Kiver is dry below Blai ifcfoOti
Idaho. The aB i WW I 'ry weather and
the large amount of water taken out
aijove town lor irrigation purisus i
given as the reason. Nothing in the
history ol that locality has caused so
mil' 1. comment as it was supposed the
mighty Snake was inelhauslible.
h; : herhc no
la a natural inatiia-t whndi shows itself
in the x!fl ' S'li a ahe is uk MWUtfil
lop):i) iH. niotln r to In r doll I nioi
Uuiatcli tie Hrowaali hxllli doM Ml
a)u VI kep pace utlh the iiH)'.hi-r! . in
I iii'l w efi
nipltM rfcot rl
1 ' !'- 1 1 r
,! during ma
lty and wImi
II liable to
m tin w v
pro idt 1
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bud promot. . 1
fill b I C ' I
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advent prectiealh patulcsa, and gKM
Ihe in-. th- r shuOOaJIt kUrligtb to H II '
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fr NoKB' Medical lUiaer in paper
Covers is sent won rtjtfipl ot 21 nut:
in oiii -ci-nl lainpe lo pay ripeiiM- of
mailing iaj Adarcal In K V. Picicc,
b..h . o, N. Y.
SAM R. THOMPSON
SHOT IN THE FACE
BUT MAT CCDTA1TC
DU 1 nUl UIjKIUUiJ
Accidentally Done by William
WERE HUNT1KG III THE MOUNTAINS
The Injured Mm Rides Forty Milts
With i Our,., ol Sbol in
Sam Thompson, a niemlsT of the
firm ol Hansford i Thompson, was ac
cidentally shot at lift) this morning
h his companion. William Keller, a
short distance this side of Mcad.ot
creek, 4i mile s. ut beast ol Pendleton,
The new was llrt received in Pendle
ton by telephone from Pilot Pock.
It wa the intention of the injured
man and Mr. Keller to come to Pilot
Kock, and there av.ait I'r. t' .1
smith, but thev changl their minds
and rode direct to this city, where they
arrived at :1 o'clock this afternoon
How It Hsppannd.
Thompson ami Keller were out hunt
lag grouse early in the morning and
became separated Thompson Hushed
a I in v of grouse and shot two. He
stis.ped over to pick them up and as he
raised up was struck in the (ace hv a
churge ol shot from Kellers' gun
Seven shot struck him, one on the
nghl aide of the bridge of hi i use,
one on hi right cheek and live I n the
lorehead. I'll mpson did not know
that Keller was in that viciiiit, and
of course Keller did not know that
Thompson Was ihere, and the shooting
wa purely accidental. The lirmg was
at cloe range and great dilhcnltv wa
exiMtfieucod in stanching the Mow ol
bloon Kellet went to camp and left
( the note elsewhere referred to, but af
ter that they decided that the better
wav would lie to BOOM directly to Pen
dh ton, which they did, making the
trip of It) miles on horseback.
Walked Into l it Drug sior
Al 3 o'clock, when gn at anxiety was
felt at not geltmg news from Pilot
Kock, where I In- young men w ere silp
posixl to Is due, Mr. Ihompson stir-
oris,! hi frtendl
Mtr,. , rrt
Of walking into the
man .V Co. and tell.
nig bow It happened In fuel, it had
not lieeen positively known until 8Q
p. ill. wneiuer I iiouipson or Keller was
ihe one shot. Mr. Thompson was na
turally weak upon arrival, Mfloring
from loss ol bloisl, riding such a dis
tance on horseback and not having Ml
n au thing since breaklast, but wa
strong and nervy, taking everything
into consideration. There is no ne
cessity ..r alarm at present OVOJ his
condition, as he will have the .not
piflkod out carefully by OMtltMM
killed in that line, ami will MM be
all right. 1'wo o the shot aOM with
in two inches of bis right eye, and
from the way the shot scattered he
may consider himsell lucky that he
didu't lose alt eye or two.
Thursday night al II o'clock, a par
ty ol ftiOOfl MM h it Pendleton OMR.
BOtOd d MoOl rbOinjMKNI, of the hard
war. BfB of Hansford A Thompson,
Bobert Nlark weather, well known here
as an owner of lueitock and lands, and
William Keller, the plumber emulov
ny Hanslord A Thompson. Mr
starkweather was hound for a sheep
amp in which he is interested and
the young men were intending ill re
Ball in the mountains lor some lime
hunting. I'hey went prepared for big
game. Mr. Markweather had relum
ed iroin the -ound earlier In the week,
having been there during the two
They went from here by team, hav
ing other horses with them lor poaaiOJ
over the sleep mountain trails and al
most inaccessible canyons and ridges
lining to McClwlland Meadows near
the line lietween Piuatilla and I nlon
counties, atsiut 'Jo mi Ins soulh and a
trille east from Pilot Km k. they made
Or an accident to one of the party,
the new came lirst to Pendleton Iron,
Pilot Kock by telephone, and was
taken there by Harvey Horn, who
knew not the name of the young man
Who was injured.
All the lam I lie and friends ol tin
young men mm were nOMlrttifthlv
worried, and await.! with aim. ly n
ceptioii of particulars.
Harvey Horn was at the head ol
Birch creek when Mr. BlaraWMUMtf
found hiui and sent liiui to Pilot Kock
with a summons for a surgeon n mei I
there the parly who would BOOM ffOBI
I hi m el. e ol I In- al cldent
I he F.asl Oregon lan madecarelul in
quiry oyer the lelepl. one, talking Min
the operator tnere, Mr Murditant,
who himself waa the recipient of the
new at Pilot K k .
Mr. sturdivaiil was given to under
stand that starkweather had come into
camp this morning and found posted
up a notice aying that one of the oth
er young n. eu was Injured and waa ly
ing somewhere near by in one of the
canyons Of on one of the ridges.
A(iAINST NAW DEPARTMENT
ensras mat Wanblfi Hm Naan allowed
Washington, Aug. 17. --The I'oat this
morumg contains a lengthy MM I
the UniUaJ Btates cruiser OuiOOlbla
adair. charging that the na . Idl pari
went has alloweif the f o.'SJi isi war
. ship to deteriorate lo such an extent
that it is now practically worthless lor
any other purpoee than tha ol a re
t -i v ng ship lo Which il-e It ba h. l.
l.oudoj, Aug. 17. s-A Constantinople
dlapalch nriutod her today say a
baud of hurls baa been raidiug the
, 1'amira district in Aruieuia and has
destroyed whole villa. All married
. women aod children are maaiacred and
thai youug woummi carriud ofi.
Ml: iNKW YORK MARKI.T
RiTPrtad n l. L. Ray Jk Co., Pandlaton,
iMcsho Hoard or Trad and Naw York
I MOt Rxrhanae Broken.
New York. Ana. 17. Thure wa not
'" ''" "mi , BMrkot u
"" 1 Pr'M OhoBgM WOfO small
LI for 1 was np to s :t N, New
York OpOOOd 77 .' and closed 7T !.
The BXOOT1 shipments were the heav
iest on record, being tl,is.H,(00, com
pared w ith 3,100,000 lor the same wHk
last vear This makes the export ship
ments on Ihe new crop since .lulv I,
M,HO,000, Of aN.ut 1,000,000 a day.
It Would seem as tboinfb Hum eiiormoii
. domoDd m Boonoeiloti with the
I known shortage in corn and oat would
improve wheat value aooli.
Stock all lower
Money, t) per cent.
Clote Msteiday, 77.
pen l.'dav, 77 .VS.
Kange today. 77 I H to 77 Ml.
Close today , 77 I -ft
Slock: Sugar, IH MmJ, 7 l
Mi Paul. MM P. P., (HI 7-8.
Wheal in San Kranalsao,
San Francisco, ng 17 .Wheat,
Wheat In l hlaaao.
Chicago. M, 17 - Wheat. 7'J to
WORD I ROMSIORM DISTRICT
v otintunvallon I Ksiabhshad at Last
With Bsw Orlsani.
New Orleans, Aug. 17. Wire com
munication is now established through
out Cie l lull and Mississippi Sound
coast, and particulars Of the storm are
. i ginning to arrive. Kmlroad tratlic is
resumed on almost all roads. So lar
only six lives are known to be lust
PMBOM is principally to summer ami
bath houses along th. coast ami to
noil crafts. Hooded portion of this
city is entirely reliood tislav. Kice
and sugar tanner sa the lower coast
crops are milv injured about 'J.'i ar
cent, ami perhaps uh mau as seven
teen luggers ami small schooners are
lost The most of one apparently
large vessel has been seen project lug
from the waves just outside the puss,
the name riot ascertained.
MAN CIIARlil; IN SCHLBV CASli
Allsgsd Its Was frill Whan Ktiaaaad ai
Washington, Aug. 17 new charge
will In presented again Schley at the
court of 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r V Ills enemies, It IS
said, will attempt to prove that be
was intoxicated during the Santiago
engagement The admiral wa- warned
111 o i In friend tin morning that
tbia startling BttOcI Wnold be made
upon hi- . harucier
Imiulry tuurt lor Kvani.
Waall lltMlODi Aug. 17. The current
loi 1 the Army and Navy Journal,
.1 semi-iilhcial publication, suggests
that V In ia KvailS re.plesls a court of
lllUUiry to investigate hi slateuient
regarding ex sncretary t'hamller, lor
which be wits rcprcinandcd.
EDWARD SEVENTH PLEAS6D
rhlnks lla Has Homi Wall Traalmt by Ilia
I on, h. n, Aug. 17. Member ol the
hou, '. ol common assembled in the
house . f birds I- da. to listen lo king
I'd w ird ' sM-ei h The king el pressed
sat islact um at Fdiglaml' go.-. I rela
tion with other power and at the
ainiacahle settliuuenl of the I bines.,
criaia. He escuaed the cout iiiuance
ol 'he Siiutbern African war hy i- -mi
illg mil dllhculties and the estelit of
country in which It Is being waged and
thanks the 1.11111111011 or liberality 111
money and grants to the crown. He
pr.ii.-i. I measure passisl during Ihe
session and expresses satisfaction at
heing allowed to maKe addition tu the
THINKS BOER WAR AT AN END
London sun Ha. Sum mar able as
anions a riant South arplsa.
London, Aug 17. -According to the
-nn H ere is to he a oncent ration of
en. Botha's forces at lloiulwene lor
tin purpose to force the liner generals
siel surrender in pur -uaio e of an un
derstanding with Kiliheii.tr I bat
paper also adds that Lord Multner,
who is en route to Sooth Mrua has
with him a draft to complete tin, ton
slritulioii, and plans tor the lulore
government. He 1 .insiders the war
pr.H 1 11 al I y over.
CONSTITUTION vos KACI;
Usfaats i.oiumiiia 111 soioj oi Laesh
111. 1 n l sariaa.
l ar. hinoiil, N. V., Aug. 17. A south
wind and a heavy hreese were the
weather 1 oinlllion - which OMffOalod
the akiiip. r ol 1 'onalitutiou and Oo
lain bio VtHM they brought their boat
together lislay lor the MM'oml race ol
the I archmont eriea. ihe race prom
ised lo he a rep. ) 11 inn ol yesterday'
OirOlatt, VbaO tin- UooatltOlioO ao de
cisively delealed th" t 'ol Ulllhia Con
st Itullou won the race.
Ml.. Mlr-sl Mlk HIS Ciflkl
Nsg.u Mu.dsi'.i forrOltOdOd by a Hob In
Hherinan, Tel., Aug. 17. Aba Wit
der, a negro, who last night outraged
and murdered Mr, lames t'aldwell,
age.i 0, 1, rule of a few days near
here, I surrounded by a uioh uear
Sadler. Pfepar.ilions to bum him at
the slake when cai'tureil are Lmu
Iowa bam 10 Paaaaaa.
Washington, Aug. 17. The navy
hparlineul has ordered the battleship
ioaa to frriiBBBil al once from ban Frau-
to Panama. Sh ha ou Isjard
l&fi sailor, no mariuea and 16 oih, , ri
'" aalsar u Confar.
Berlin, Aug. 17.- It bj aeini-olttciol-ly
announced that Kaieer Wilbeln,
and ( Var Nicholaa will shortly bold a
1 outer uce at Carlaruhe.
M II AHrt. JohntoU(
aays: "Our little girl altnoat siraugled
lo death with croup. The doctor said
lldn't live but ahe wa instantly
reheveo by Dim, Minute Cough Cure
lalliuan a Oo.
I SILVER LINED
Trust Managers Discouraged
Over Joliet Incident.
STRIKE THERE DISCONCERTING THEN
Will Stroel Poll Uoffrliiolj Tbil tb SmI
lorponilon Will Win Out id th
i'" hurg. ,k. i,- n, ,H, lri,
manager ir dlOMOfOMd oyer the H,-.
i the Ainalgarsatod in getting the
Jolle men not nn a strike, after It waa
rnnfldently prodittod they would stick
to the, r earlier position. Wall street
loo, is not si, tan the trust will gain
an I nv Vleton
I' i.e strike leader, .till claim t be
in etpedai ion ..I oalUof (bo Math
Igo and May V'io n out. and
think thev CM hold the men in lute
until IbO trusl i ready to ask for
lerins or 10 ariutrate the ,s. ute.
Kspo.sd Manutarturapi' lahaaaa.
Fall liu. r Mass , Mass , Aug. 17.-
Mll WorkOTI ar r. cheerful .sla
) funk the strike will BO
averted. ItOtaOMSf wa made bv
Matthea Hordra. an lndooBMM)f man
Qlaeturar, eisH.lng tha scheme ol the
cotton maniiiacturers b force the
strike in order lo gei rid a surplus
of g. .sis It a a boab in the BOM
factur, r'- . amp and it is ladieved thev
will low withdraw the notice ol a
fifteen per cent cut in wages
Try In mm rlso Mrlka.
Hon PlMOioao, Aug 17 A great ef
fort w ill he made by the retailers at
he nut s n ting te morrow to end ttie
strike. All bran. he. of all tradea wilt
1 iproBBOtod, It 1- boaal to bring
IbHmMB en ugh 1.. hear on the whole
alio 10 IMP POT a -elllemenl.
C, P. ttrlk Unsaillad.
Muntraol, Aug 17. Tha aiaeotiro
council ol engineer. IfOOMO and tele-
arapli ouorators, obleh bob booa M
ring lo ettle the track i's
strike im the t'aiiadian Pacific, has
$2I.IMMI TO lil BURNED SOON
a Hutar Olil Mliinasuta Man
CI, nag- Aug I Iweulyfive
tl oi l dollars in hill will la pub
licly hiirned hv order ol the probate
court unless a . OOM in the will ol
haul it whl.ti was b with Judge
Mutter Is knocked out lo the courts,
-.us ii,.- Karl boot t. Mum . eortroopoad
ill ol Ihe Kccor.l lleral.l.
HODtt, who was a'.' year old, left an
estate ,, 100,000. boll Of which lain
hank notes and 1'nite.l -lal.sj currency
the ol.pHt ol the will 1 auppoaaal to
bo lo deprive his legal heir tlirwa 111
number of any share in t It la money.
Ihe hcra have pretested on the
ground that the administrator ha irn
more right in destroy the money hy lire
than he would have to destroy build
ing" I In v will make a bitter light In the
court against Ihe carrying mil ol t he
terms ol Ihe will
WINIIKS PLEADS QU1LTY
Had Hi .11, niiiary HaarliiB 111 in Uold
Orockatt, Aug 17. lack W Hilar
this rfliOf ph-adisl guilty to rub
bery and grand larceny on hi prelim
Ssul tu lm ul Havulullon
W o'hingioii, lug 17. The navy do
partiuent received a dispatch today
saving the cruiser Ifanger bad eaHau
an luego fuf Panama. A 1110a
sagi wa- .1 .ed from tha OOtn-
OiBlldei nl the Macma saving thai ihe
gojwboal had sailed fur Colon.
1 boi flalakaa rirti Hair.
I I If 1.' LoM waa the Oral
to Hal 'si half ol the I'arl
Ureal 1 m la rail lb- arrl void ll Hreat
at IllO tins in,, ruing Miller, Um
kmerlcail rooubod Ureal three hours
later evidently fagged out
U , bAVt just opened up
eiht large cbms of school
It'rt u little early, but wo
wuiii tu lot you know whore
you cuii gut 1 1 1
yy I carry the beet
luoklug, the bet
tittmg, and the lunKettt
wcuriug ithoe made.
Every pair of Shoe
we sell guaranteed
The Peoples Warehouse
TMI FITTBItS OF PBHT.
716 Mam suaajt. FoadUnoo), Uf.