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EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
r.lr tonlfht.nd Ti.,i.r; .rm.
"f !:,.,.!,;! people
! "EX rm. fact. ;
ENDLETON, UMATILLA COl'NTY, OHEHON, MON DA V, Al'UFST 1901.
To buy Groceries
ock to i from Ca"
e me Mj is
thottnn fancv ami Mtplr
0. R. Demott
Summer Goods at Small Prices.
i.rt to 14 year. IVrcale, Gingham, ( hamlry
1-3 off regular prices.
Shirt Waists to close 49c
Pendleton's Big Busy Store.
WE we tbt distributor ol
"WiNc School book
therefor , will be
your ld i.u. ...h
' aiuw bar! v..,, l
, j luiiuri UUCK.
k-V Sp0 Big Tablet
Kaler i. IVnholdera I.-
g-Tw atiiaa-npiUM, for any
. . .
IVU. -l'l-r- ur nittrtslota, i
i Speeial Prices
" " Walking COtt, in,, to
fcJtfXew Boukj, at Ka,urn
3Ur Uu.. ,
- : 118, worth 136.
Qt0, fkjkaj Arli-
2 21ii?h Mchlue Oil
LT Toy tod UAnes
u,,bl"ppd in Ha tern
vr u u-i
A Mighty Clearance
Sale - -
Cool and Pretty
- - At Half Price--
1 i .
LES TH N MANUFACTURERS FIRST
COST OF MATERIAL Al.ONB . .
Our Styles Are Better
Our Prices Are Lower
Than Anvwhere Else
Women's Wash Skirts and Suits
of Linen, 'overt, Pique, I Kit k. etr.
h regular price.
To make good bread use Byerr' beet Kiour. It bk tlret
preuiiuui at the Chicago Wurld'e Fair oer all competi
tion, aud givee eaoMlleut eatiefaotioo wherever ueed.
Kvery eaca it guaranteed. We have the beet Steam
Rolled Bai.ey, Seed Uye aud Heard lean Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYEKS, Proprietor.
"See Dem Freezers
I have a full line of
The Peerless Ice Cream Freezers
from one pint to ten -juartH, will freeze cream
in from three to five minute; alo have a full
line of foiling tackje, haminucka, eU1- .See my
line before buying
T. C. TAYLOR, the
and Covtll Cloth.
CHINA AND GLASS WAHE
in the latest pattern are shown at
Kuh man's store. Tier upon tier of
glittering glassware tvory useful
and ornamental kind. Handsome
berry and water sets in e i . IN de
sign Hand painted china. TlM
daintiest of porcelain ware. What
ever you want for use or ornament is
Tt i to place dinner kU are Show
ing .1 liu.ou ar uavpiali. d valuo
Jelly glasses c ymt doi
Hon. K.lward Munninu. tht w(altli
ient man in Iowa, diml at hn homo
II Kpo. atiqn Satimlay. Ho wan 8i
ye'. o( ngo. Hin eMato vahnnl at
JlTlii' cm ire town o( l.n.lervillt, In
ilinna, ai deetrnvwl hv rlre Saturday.
rin-r wai do Are HMMtkM, l'he
town Im a mpulation of NO, No
ramalttc nre NpWtM
Kd a anl V. Shopherd ot Manai'liiimt,
chirt rlnrk ol tlio Tatont otflof, aa
.nmmarilv iltnmiamd from hip iiitin.
It wa dWOVffM that h had itolen
th content" of .ever I reiMtrl 1 t
J. T. Havilcn. MTri tarv of fho btlHh
in New York i-ifv oi Swift .V; Co., the
S ' ' !S u TZ:
known that he in hort .0.tHHl in hit
Kavorahli' crop report throughout 1
iiaiy indicate the wheat procpert .
'lightly in aSMM of laot MMt'l har
vest of 4:',it(t,tvi) hectolitren. The
wine outlook in al prtimining, there
buing no di.eae affecting the vinec.
(in Kuhliti and hi nianairer, Billy
Mailden, arrived in San Kranci o
(MS Cortland aturda. They went
HMN t" ign article with .lun Jeffrie,
who ha (wen in the ctate a month
anil ha- agree l to meet Kuhhn and
tight him for the championhp of the
Stmnboul, the trotting million
2:07 ill i'il at the larm of In own
er, B. P. Ilarriman, New York. Me
wa bought by the late Mr. Hohart of
San rranciro for 110,000 ami later wa
hipped to New York ami old for 4I,
OOt) to Ilarriman.
Tlioma V. I.awnon ot Hoalou ha
purchae.l from I' II. i'arrit of Mill
way, r,y., the l-ycar-ohl Illy Mary K.
Leyhurn lor f lo.OUi. She ' won the
tirt heiit ot the Lexington trottu.u fu
inr.tv a- . L'M-iir oll in L':JI ami work-
ed thi year in 2:15.
A teleuram ha leen prepared at the
navy department to forward to the
l-.wa at an r rancico, ordering her to
prepare at MM to go to ea. When
he advie the department that h" i
Ireailv, an order will lollow for her to
proreed at OMt to i'anauia.
l uung ( orhett of Hcnver wa uiven .
the deciion at t m- end of a lti-roiiml
go with tieorge flison, ex-feather-weight
champion, in Ihaiver Saturday
night. The tight wa the faitot Keen
there in tome time. While Corhett
wa the aggreor at all time, lhxon
puniHhed him neverely, and troin the
tilth round to the tiuili, t'orbett'
face wa hathixl in bliMal.
PAtiriL NORTH W KS I NlWb,
Sheepmen m Malheur county are
puting in a Mock of bay for next wint
er by buying it at $4 and 5 per ton.
I tie finance committee of tin- l og in
direct lair and carnival i conhih nt it
can raise flOUO, which w ill inure the
m cer i.l the event. The ilate lor the
fair ha not been ilecnled iion.
Clyde I'ayne, the celebrated I'niver
ity of Oregon loot hull player, ha en
tered the University of Call lorn la. It
la rumored he will hold an laptftMH
position on the Berkeley gridiron.
One of the warmest day tin month
a aeagull wa lound resting at the larm
of Oi H. William, m ar Morn, Sher
man county. It muni have beau
driven inland by an adverae wind,
ays the ihgerver.
Lowell Leep, the seven year old son
of Mr. ami Mr. Henry Leep ol I'nie
Valley, wa thrown from a horse ami in
tautiy killed. He wa thrown, trik
nig on hi iiead. in such a way a to
punch a hole in hi ukull.
The Master barber' AaaiM-iatlon of
eattle ha decide. 1 to advance the price
of hairi tilting from HwititO -16 ti
ihc increase in pri e will go into if
i m Auugst 1', and will be observed
at all shops enrolled in the association.
Baker City will have a street fair
and carnival after all. It will be
held neptemlMr i to 7. The action of
tin BOanlttM which turned the fair
down has MM res Hided, aiel every
Lssly ha gone to work with a will to
make the event a aucceae.
H.eL'uiou PttUU westlxjuud over
laud limited wa wrecked at Table
Ho(K, near tireeu Biver, Wyo., hatur
day. Three of the train crew and thir
teen MMMgatf acre nijureil.i.oiie r
ioualv. The accident wa the reull of
a collision between the overland ami
two light engines, which were endeav
oring to make a aniiug.
II ol till
Ill .111 lor
i - tu-.il'-d as
. flxMH, aiul
it hi r in.
ol l)n npiii.- o own
cults oi heart "trouble," lier
Je," 'idite ' troubir ' aiel othi-r
ed troubles.' rlU-i led b Uu' uae
Hercc'. Csfjlrsf aluiual fllMW
ery Hrimanlv lln "IMMovciy i a
meiiii iue lor Ihe me ol do-4i ol Ihe
stomach and bbol Bui il mrea ill
rasn of oigaiis Mt-iiiinglv ri-uuae from
the gtoBMsdi, bacaum I hear diiraaca nave
their origin in diar.wrd loiuiiliori of
Ibe stoiuafb aud Ut tsWitl'! organs
of digestion ami nulritioii
I dcat'.'td will, i lir- .'.ifl. o nl 4atttn '"'
weak h'-art Iue lln- ii " aMirt " wou
Mrs luiiiiA WiU , ofijvuri ..list i hoi.
BO Kl "I silllnl UilHwi.illW"HI I IU'1
had mvili ii.i lo livi n iir I voiul.l hso orr
(rrrrd I. ilu M l.u-Uud Uaol ol i.o!dii
Mc lii.il UaOUVrr) SWd hi- lmv-lll I laall I
took thai inel 'i li'st hlf eriiu'l In hrl). sui
ujok ia utauVa Ul-ir I .t'.o-l I aui ts-r
awV well aid sui umkiii foi i loao!ii
it has urn i Gog mm E m
Dr pii ro PUewaaut I'elU-u ciut ton
' ' VY
A BIG ICEBERG
AND GOES DOWN
SUNK OFF DOUGLAS ISLAND. ALASKA
PlSMDfters Rlhhi'tl 10 tb( DfCtS iOi TIlAO
Jumprxl Into (he Lifeboats, Cinslnit
Them to Swamp.
Victoria. II. 0. Aug. It. I ho
Hteatner Ulamler, llauhip ol ti e t'a
nadian I'arirlc Navigation fleet, the
! largett ami l'atet panaenger uteamer
1 on the ictoria-Skagway route, col
Inled with an iceberg off Houala i
i laud, early Thnrmlay morning, wtnle
en route touth witli the largeit num
i ler of paener carried thi year.
She a-ik iii liftoen minute after
t'apta in Koote, and iilty-live per
I mm., including paenger and ineiu
i U'r of the crew, were drowned.
To add horror to the diater, the
boilWI expliHled, at the hip went
ilow n,cauini death to manv who wore
Struggling in the water.
Drow ned Like tali in Slalaroomi.
The t,.ainer left Skaijwav in the
,.V,.MI1, ,,i We.lneilnv lent, i.'ro. e.nl inn
M oTLyM canal, when the COllltloa
.,-,, r r- l' Mot of the paMtiiter ami
ir. ..I it ....... u.i.,..,. i
majority got Ml on deck in time t.'i be
majority uot out on
waved in boat, but
aved in bout, hut u Inrue numher
went down wliile in tlieir state rooms.
Some ol the Miirvivor arrived here
last night, on Isiard the Ijuecn, which
passivl over the scene the billowing
evening and picked them up at Ju
neau. It ia impoihle to obtain a
complete list of the dead.
The purser remained north to Mtleml
to the forwarding of those of the sur
vivors v. ho were bind I'd at noughts is
land, while assistance was procured
I ruin JtJMMi
Pralta for Ship's uniaan.
Ureal i'il is given the olllcer (oi
the manlier in which tin y ttted The
ollicers state that, had not the patwa
ger rusbeil to the boat a, the lrM
life wuilld have been small I'hree
huinlreil thoiiMaml dollar in gold was
on hoard, one-third belonging to the
('apt. L Blanc, the pilot who had
charge of the steamer, VtMtMl
"While attempting to avoid one big
block of ice, we run into another. The
seem- wa heartrending. Tin- hnai
were scattered and overcrowded Vo
ple were adrift ami crying lor help.
The crowded rait were iickd under,
thoai- alsiard drowning."
I hop.. suppoHed to be lost are:
Mr. Boe, w ile ol loveruor Bos
of the Northwest Territory.
Mrs. Bo' non e, name mil giM n
Dr. John I'uncan icloria.
Mr. J W. Smith, Vancouver
J. M. liuugiaa, Vancouver.
Mrs. J. L Wiuoi, Miattle.
W. ti. I r .ii ami bride, Seattle.
W. H. Kealey and two on, Kokula
Mr. I -II and two children, Vi-
Mr. Nicholson, wife of Captain
Mr. J. Qi Heiideraon, Victoria.
Mr Pbilli w and child, Seattle.
II I'. Burke
Lust Nemuar or lha traw.
I 'a plain Foot.
(M0fM Allen, engineer.
II. Smith, ateward.
J. I Hlit. cook.
furllaad Han Lost Oold.
l ortland, Ore. , Aug Itt. kWlali
M. Blumauer of I'ortland was a Mr
Vlvor of the wreck of the Islander.
He lost ll,:"-i, hi share of the gold
'dot that went down.
HUNTINGTON Al ILK HAYliS
Claiinad H. k. Will buocssd Ilia ItVllltrt
rn. ii.. Prakidant.
Omaha, Aug. IK. A prominent I u
ion Pacific official here intimated that
H. K. HllUllllgtoU, In-lilieW ol Ihe late
lOulla P. Huiitlligbiii, Will be appointisl
' president of ttie houtheru Paclhc lo
' succeed Hay.
(Hi K. liuutiugtou on -undat h -nied
iHsltively, a did aeveral of ln
friend, that he was to succeed Hayes,
aud said be would not accept It if 0
I ROM KIPAKIA rO UBW1ST0N
aald U Ha ooa to the lapl rer His Maar
Portland, Aug. IV. Word has beau
received bere that a railroad Irom id
pana to Lewiatm Is a iciaeibilily ol
the near future. President Mullen,
stated thai either the .Northern Ptclttc
or the O. H. A S. will build the hue.
; Tbi IwtOi WtlilMI MOM through pri
vale, but reliable aource.
Jabour Oea lo Holaa.
Boiae. Id., Aug. 17. -Special. Ar-1
raugeUieuM were completsal Wxlay aud
i on tract aigned for a grand street fair
aud uaroival to take place in thi city I
'September Wtb to 13th iucluaive. Tnia
brings Jaboor' Oriental -boar to tin
city lor that week and insures a most
Mere ouid Dug up.
Crockett, Aug. If, A bar ol gold
wortb ta.UUU haa been 0bed up Out
bar valued at I4U,UJ0 still is uiiaslug
THI! NEW YORK MARKET
Reported by t. L. Ray h Co., Pendleton.
I'hVaan Hoard of Trade and New York
Stoak Bxehaute Brokers.
New York, Aug. IW. -The wheat
market wa lower thi morning, in
thicnccd by the lower cable but inol
of flie decline wa recovered tudore the
cliwe, which was '4 under Saturday
Liverpool , l'iisl Id lower, 7 .'l-H.
New York I at 7Ml4 for Septem
ber, sold up to 77'4, and closed 7U 7-h.
The visible supply bowed a decreaae
for the week of 1, 450, Oik), making total
M,770400 ttaptllll with an increase
for the same w.-ek lat year of I , 4il
k) when the total wa 4M,;ni ,lkk
Money, :l per cent .
Close Saturday, ' I -f
' 'ih-ii today, 7tl M-H.
Kange fislay. 7ol4 to 77t,.
Close bslay, 7rl 7-H.
Stock Sugar, l;i."4 . steel, M l-H;
Nt. Paul, M I . P., H.
Wheat in Kan Pranalieo.
San Kriincisio. ug. PI. Wheat
El ROPE HAY INTIiRVI-NIi
ranama I anal Not lo He Kaslly Aluorbtd
b th llnltad state
Washington, Aug. Id. The possi
bility oi naropMB lottrrMtlon in the
nthiir of t'olombta is threatened hv the
presence ot the Trench warship Snchet
on the scene. It i part iculiirly un
m elcoiue to the iidin iuistrat ion, and im
ri gurded a n serious tiienme to the
plains of the government to get into a
position to purchase the I'liliaimt canal
which it i almost certain the canal
DOQ Blitt foil MMHtlUMIMli I rem h
men who lost fortune in the Panama
swindle are imposed to purchase of
the canal hv the United State
and, a there are enough of them
to overthrow auv Fr h minis
try mat would permit It, II I lielleveil
in- in,.. ! in,. wiirNinp wa iiotie
to uiolify them, and i presum
ably intended us a hint to the I'nited
Mill- that Franc- does not waul to nee
the Panama canal gel out oi French
hand. It i for thi reason that Hie
Doited States deemed It wise to Mend
a strong force of warship to the lth
lull in order to serve notice uiii
BOfOPOM governments that tin conn
try ' interests there are paramount.
No state or War.
Waahiugton, Aug. Ill -The Colum
bian minister culled upon Secretary
Hay this morn nig and talked ov-r the
conditions ol altnirs between Colombia
and VmMMWII He declansl there
was no state ol war between the two
countrie and that the lighting that
ha occurred between revolutionists
and government forpea i an endeavor
tO MpfsftM t relndliou. He hasdiN-
tialches lo Ihe eltecl that the relation
let I een the two governments will con
lilOt ol the most cordial nature.
A Minister Arrested.
OolOOi Colombia. Aug. III. Ki Mm
ister ol Commerce Pulnlos ami u num
ber of Ins bench men were arrested on
an order hv President Castro, suNpectcd
of plotting tO circumvent Castro, ami
of encouragement of the ( olom nian
IHE P. & I. H. WORK HI OINS
Kslaiiilon in-n. iiu ut from I eunell to
Savon Devils Country.
Boise. Aug. 9, Special, lieneral
Manager P. P. Shelby wire to Bolt
liils afternoon that work on the etlcn
IMO ol the Pucllic m Idaho Noithcrn
railroad was QOOstOOOOtO today Tin
intension starts Irom t'ouncil, the
present tatOalOOl of the P I. V,
and will run directly into the v-r
heart of the Seven MtVfilt mining
country, a distance of forlv live mile.
I.very available man ami team in the
country i being put al work.
ieuer.il M anager hhelhy Hay the in
tent Ion is to complete ibe mad before
the beginning of winter. It will he a
standard guage road and will la. thor
The stalling of lln road for this cel
ebrated i upper camp is a mailer of
noli b llnsirlaucu to the people of
Southern Idaho and 'specially to
those IntOMMted in the Si rM I'cvils.
The Work Will be .nl,e. to rapid
eoapaotiOO It i" i laioied that lha
Seven Hevlls will rival Unite a a cop.
nor mining district and one mine alone
has aln- eiy been (ttvalopad to such an
-iti nl a to be rated al a value of $11,
000 Out) A smelter is being erected
near Weiser and th MMtrOttlOO of Ihe
P. A I. N. aa announced, will bring
alsiill a liisuii in soiitliern Idaho never
SCHII.iS MW CHARUIS
says havaaalioii bureau Uldn'i Head lha
I elagrain tlusaly.
Washiugloii, Aug. IU. Sew charge
are laiing aOOM against the bureau ol
navigation by friends of Schluy. The
charge practically amounts to one ol
forgery although eaplauation I ottered
that iu Ihe translation o cablegram
sent in cipher lln- bureau frequently
BOOteOtt Itaell with arriving at the
"anliae, without binding Itaelf to a I
literal Iranslalion Thus, in a tele
gram from cbley on whicli the charge
..i JIU.L.JI i I 1 , I
oi iiisoianjiiuu e oi orunre is maiie,
-i ho yr' friends claim that H waa dis
torted hebjev merely saying it waa im
isiaaihle to uo) cerlalii ordera.
si i.l. ) and his attorney held another
coiilereuie this morning.
shot at a hel.llve.
itnlae. A in. Ill Mtasalal Mai ill.
VioMOt, a youth III years of age, ago p.
tied bis revolver al a relative named
li.id I. Hurt, who lives on Ury Creek,
a few miles froui the city, yeaterday
I be shots were ineffective except that
bint's hat was shot full of hole.
Young Vincent and hi brother, Frank,
are under arreat.
Located Tbalr booty.
I i North, Tea., Aug. IU. Men ou
dcr arrest al Cauey, I. f (or U,, r-.
i. ol irain robbery were takeu to Ibe
si. oi by the officer ou Sunday and lo
cated some of the b.mly which was re-
II Um Mt MM ol your bowel is not
easy and regular serious complication
unlet be the dual result DeWitf Lit
tle Karly Biaert will remove this dan
ger. hale, ploaeaut and effective. Tall-
ii. an 4 Co.
Starting Painter Mills Discon
SOUTHKK N MEN WERE SMUGGLED II
1 lanl Situation In Uacbtntttd Kaat uM
WrM Knight of Labor tad Alii
Trmt LMjtur to Aft.
N MhlOgtoO, lOg. Ill The Knight
t Labor and the Anti-trust I eaite
have de. ided lo wage a tight against
the duel iron in New .l,.rev, a well
it in Ibis ,ily. IWeedlng are in
stituted in New Jersey where the char
ter ol tht -tee! trust aa graiit-t. haik
iug to lorbotnre tf the charter on the
ground that the trut operate againat
the wellare of the tmerlcan sititMS.
Had for Hi Amalgamated.
Pitta burg, lag, Two hundred
steei worker many of them old em
ploy tod union MO, went to work
in the Painter mill tint morning. It
i a serious bVtOt in the inalgaiuatwl
rank tod in roglVOtt hv some aa the
begun. nig uf the end nf the defeat of
the taoolgoaooted Ii theeat
The inernan Htttl HtOf coiupany,
it is said, will shortli attempt reumj
ttOg it all t" plants While the pick-
' fVtrt ttlotf this merning, a pe
tltl Irani hr..nght in a large number
d men, all said to Is- ciiwrieliced.
smith I'hin acre encorteal
mills with. ml inolelation.
in the furnace have lawn
Ihe continued refusal of the
South Chicago men tO strike is a diap-
I ii ii. eni to Shaffer, in view of toe
action of the la View and Juliet
men The Huuilcane furnace of the
Ctrntgl mpany is running in spile
ol the claims of the A uialgamat.sl oil!
eta I that thev Inn e t lie ui-ii organ l'el
atruaai tltw Thii Weak.
Pltteborgi ftOfi IU The real trtig
gle ol the strike is ttpMttd. thi Weak.
It i on the card that the trust will try
to start a tew oi tin- t n f m mill bare
and al Cleveland and the hisip mill iu
the MoiiesHcn tin mill at liliiitiilsr
ftta Inkers are determiuisl that the
in 1 1 Is shall imt start up and aa a rouae-
qua (cresting leyeiopmeuta may
l.e eipci led 1 1 1 a I ga in a ted octttial
claim gains in some oi the hs-al mill.
Milwaukee, Aug IM. Bav View
mine were all alatvd down tin morn
nig. eoept Ihe blast furnaces The
trliara tra 0tet k ping miwtly to
Wmi I'ssrs Maalliia in PrlMo.
.n. Kran. IttO, Aug ! The action
ot ihe retailer' Association demanding
thai wholesalers in the Klupluyers'
-so. nit ion consent bi a ueace collier
euce by Wednesday night or forfeit
the retailers' trade I the feature of to
day' strike The general situation I
HEN ENTOMBED1 ALIVE
Cleveland lunnal Disaster Purnlshe
t'lcyelahd. lug 18 II is diaouvared
that two men tOttMPbod it Ihe water
work tunnel in last I'huraday'a dtaeat
er are still alive They are John Kiel
and a Bltt naiinxl Kilgene. A raauue
parly has been loriueil to go Into the
Si. ..IM Atrlean tattle.
ia, og II An otnciel Pre
tuna ditoolon raotlrtd i the war of
iii. todt) daaeribta an eugateuiaut at
Middle1 Transvaal, yesterday, in
which the Fuglih bait one killed, alt
wound-. I and fourteen mixing, and the
ii .I'm y i killed rim Brititn aurpiia-
ed ihe Id ers In a laager The Brititti
Inr.e wa- ISO, the B-s.r' Hll
I homes Wright, a pioneer of Jackaon
tMOt) and a well known tanner aud
atis krtitt r, bed at III home iu Wil
low Springs district, last weak. The
b.i I- I .Hied III ihe collllty IU ItOg,
em igraling from Kentucky.
U Wave juttt openoti up
eiKht large case.- of school
I I'm u little otvrly, but w
wuut to lot you know whoro
yon can gat thoin.
W carry that boot
luokiug, the bcaat
nitiiiK. and the longoot
wearing ohoe made.
Every pair off 5hoea
we sell guaranteed
The Peoples Warehouse
TUB FITTERS OF PUT.
716 Mam buasot. fwuOUtoaa, Of.