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Original uptodate designs in
Stylish, Perfect Fitting ClothitiR for
...Men, Youths, Boys and Children
As we I as alt the latest Novltles Iri Neckwear. Hows. I our In Hand.
StrloKttes, Tecks, all special selectee patterns
and at popular prices.
One Price Ghthicr, FwrnUhars and Hatters, I' ndleton.
rUEBDAT, OCTOBER l, 1901.
ABUSES IN ALASKAN STBAM8R S8H- !
MiM(1 returninv from Alaska anil
Hritish Columbia points contiguous to
1 1 1 a territory report from time ko turn
abuses in the steamer service r.alciil i
eil to engender alarm on the part of
uassenuers. These ahuseo in part ac
count for ttie numerous accident.) oc
curring in the northern waters. Since
tin' stampede began that took hi main
persons to Juneau, Hkagway ami Uvea
in 1807, and has con tinned with llttll
d iminuation, the steamer ecuipaniex
have found the traffic very profitable.
Hares up to the past year or two have
i mi much higher than for equal 'ti
tmice traveled in other regions, ami
freights have been about $10 per ton,
an exceedingly high tariff lor ocean
All of this would have warrant. l
hetter service. The companies i
frequently taken old vessel not tit for
freighting coastwise, reiitteo t h.'in
hurriedly, place.) crews in charge who
were unfamiliar with tlx
traveled, and loaded the boat far lie
poad the legal limit.
i.nvernment otlicers have been lax
in the enforcement of marine law-,
standing by and seeing steamers b-.m
the harbors laden greatly in excess of
the capacity, and thus incurring ex
treme danger to all who were aboard.
In another respect has the service
been inadequate. The requirement
as to the victualling of ships have
been insufficient- The Canadian bouts
are required ti. carry six months -n--tenance
for the number of passengers
allowed by the Hritish marine laws,
while the American boats are allowed
to leave port with provisions to last
from a week to ten days.
It would be wise for the federal offi
cials to take up this matter and secure
correction of these abuses that li.iv
upon several occasions cost main lives
HR8KDINC OF DRAFT ANIMALS.
At the state fair in Halem, Paadll
ton horsemeu won honors in hull a
dosen classes, tailing first prixes for
roadsters and harness racing horses.
It is the beat proof that I'eudletou and
Umatilla county is the leading region
for the breeding of fast horses. And
this rep, nation has been t'endlelon 's
for several years.
Now thai this coonty has forged in
to first place in these respects, it is to
be hoped that attention will be paid to
lh breeding of draft animals sad
thoroughbreds. Already, the annua!
horse parades have attracted attentf n
far and wide, and bring bfM Si
spring numbers of persons seemnwi..
purchase driving and racing hor-en,
and it ha become the habit on ti e
coast to look hither when desiring such
animals. But, there is no reason why
the same supremacy may not he attain
ed in breeding heavy horses. Ths in
dustry is iiy no means in-! b-cleil , lur
the importation of hue stallious and
the breeding of a better class of farm
b irsea have lieen done to a coni'l-i-able
In the matter of thoroughbreds, oi
late Pendleton and this county has ne
glected to pay much attention t run
ning iiorses, although a few dovoiee
of the sport have made au excellent
it will redound to the credit of the
unty if the breed iug of both dralt
aud running horses be euipha.'
with the end in view of giving l'emll.
ton the same place iu the lead ol a
other sections in these classes, that lb
now accorded her in roadster ami bar
NBW BLOOD FOB THB COAST.
rruin the 13. 000 persons who came
to Han Francisco to the Kpwort
league convention tin summer, more
than 2000 have remained in the facilit
coat states to make homes This is
high percentage, and indicates the
utility of big excursions and conven
tions held from time to time III the
coast cities. The expense is iare to
the people of the town wherein the
convention is held, hut the results are
satisfactory when considered from all
standpoints other than the advertising
given that particular place.
These big meetings are no i MODS id
erable factor in the settlement of the
weat. They are, perhaps, our best im
migration bureaus, an I will do much
during the coming years to bring in
new blood to develop the resources of
The Lewis aud Clark centennial will
do this for Oregon. It will be the
great opportunity ol tbis common
wealth to induce people to Hud homes
here. And every town and liniiib I
should resolve itself Into a rotnmittee
to assist the commissioners and the
people ol I'nrtland to make it a success.
AN ACCOMI'LISHKU KINO
Oscar II. of Swi.len i- probably Up
most accomplished Slid versatile of all
living sovereigns. He is an accmii
pliidied musician and composer, a
poet, author, historian ami dramatist,
sketches well, paints in water color,
reads and writes eight language, and
speak rive, lie is a line horseman
and the most eloquent orator in Swed
en, wluoe oratory is held in high
esteem. At the same time he is a man
of nit dest and unostentatious manners,
and when he travels shields his royal
rank behind au incognito ami is
known as Count of llaga. Hi best
literarv work was done before he
ascended the throne, when he I i veil in
a quiet home on the seashore a the
MBi ol Oestergotlatid. Hi cares
and duties as king have not permitted
him the leisure and the liberty to
think ami write as lie did in the oldeu
days when he was mernlv n modest
country gentleman Nevertheless he
rind- tune to prepare many speeches,
to write an occasional essay and to
keep pace witli contemporary literature.
His music and artistic work areii
diversion from the cares of state, and
every afternoon when he con. e from
the council chamber or his otlice lie
usually sits at the piano for an hour
or so trying the latest music and his
It is grutilviug for toraigners who
nave the privilege of an audience with
the King of Sweden totind him able to
converse with them in their own lan
guage, lew peoph outside ol Scandi
lava speak Swedish, lull the King can
converse freely in Kiiglish, French,
derman ami Norwegian, and invariably
conducts his interviews with the min
isters from those countries in their na
tive language. Mr. Thomas, the Unit
ed Stales minister, t-ays that the king
has a keen sense ol humor and is par
ticularly fond of American stories.
When Mr. Thomas hears a new one he
always makes a note to remind him to
repeat it to the king at tile lir-t oppor
tunity. It is not customary for kings
to laugh. They are supposed to pre
serve a dignified and serious demeanor
on all occasions, and King Oscar per
mits no one to outdo him in the strict
observance of the laws of propriety.
Hut when he is alone witii Mr.
Thomas, or with deneral Lagerherg,
bis particular chum, or any other of
in- intimate friends, he relaxes and
let- himself go in a hearty manner.
The literarv works of King Oscar re
quire ten pages of the reunlar publish
er's c.i tab gue, ami comprise an extra
ordinary variety, history, biography,
poetry, drama-, music, essays, speech
es anil criticisms. His lirst suriou
work was published in l.Ht'i, before he
nad any idea oi ever assuming the re
sponsibilities of a king. It was his
torical in character. His liest known
historical work i au account m the
vents thai m . nrreil In the years 1711
1:1, a verv important period of Swedish
history. He lias also written a history
of the Swedish navy and a history of
the war i weden, which is used as
a text-hook in the schools. His bio
rapby ol "Charles XII.. Kiug. War
rior ami Man," was translated and
published in Knglish in I87n. Several
if hi- pamphlets on Masonry have
bWM translated into Knglish aud tier
man, and the speeches which he ha
delivered from time to time during his
forty year of public I lie upon every
conceivable subject -history, politics,
art, music, literature, commerce,
naval and military affairs till several
volumes. He appears on all formal
occasion as the "orator of' the day,'
lays corner stones, dedicates public
'mildings aud opens manufactories.
He loves to make a sieech as well as
the people love to hear him, and ;an
lie wise, witty aud eloquent in any
MM of five languages. 1 do not know
of. any other puidic man who has simi
His speeches are never sensational,
like those of the (.erniaii kaiser. He
has a great deal of tact, avoids con
troversies, and i diplomatic enough to
discuss the most exciting topics with
out offeudug either side. His mood is
generally conciliatory. He is a great
peacemaker and likes to say pleasant
things. He is sometimes critical,
however, aud several years ago became
involved in a sensational quarrel with
Hjurusou, the Norwegian poet aud au
thor, because of caustic comments
made upon something the latter had
written, Hjorinuin is a very hot tein
lered and impulsive person. He is
also a radical in his political tenden-
FOR GOLF RASH
Hum lUali, inlUiuinationt.ttcuiiic:, irriutioue
and cliaflugs, iuhIuo or offeiumu per.piratiou,
uuui) other eanative uun, uoilnng su
cooling, purifying, ami refreslnug as a bath
with CuttUliaA SoalP, toll' I in lliu severer
furuie by geulle anointing. Willi n uaa,
the great skin cure ami purest ol eiuollieula.
I'ttii tu So.i-1. Df o. l .il duM lb. mmt eSaetn.
miu uu. Jylu ..el baaulityiug wa. wall u III. uuraal
til-. tts.u Use a. u... U..UUJU1 uu. " BM
mes. He advocates the separation ol
Norway from Sweden and the estab
lishment of a republic. He is the
leader of the republican party in
Norway, and has published a great
deal in violent criticism of King Os
car. The latter, therefore, ha not al
ways had a kiuillv feeling toward him.
and the bitterness ol hi sarcasm wac
repeated In ltjornann, who at once
challencil the king to right a duel.
I'hi Was, of course, an act of treason
:i" well as Ipse niniestv, and an order
was issued for the author' arrest,
lljornsou lied to Germany, where he
remained several years, through the
intercession of friends he was perm it -
till to return, and of late ha been on
friendly terms with hi sovereign.
Several literary and scientific HMD
of Sweden and Norway enjoy the per
sonal friendship, of the king and are
nceived on intimate term at the pal
a ". He i also in corresponenre with
literarv and scientific men, mndcians
and artists throughout Knrope. The
late Itaron Norenskjol was one of his
intimates, and was received informal
ly at the pin. i to dine with tin kin?
and spend the evening with him when
ever he came to Stockholm.
King Oscar Is an early riser. He i
always at hi. desk at 8 o'clock and at
U i ding to his private correspondence
Until I0i when he receives the rik
marskalk. or grand marshal ol the
court, the steward of the household,
ths gtaml chamberlain, the governor
of Stockholm and the members of the
ministry. On luesday, he alway.4 re
ceives the public without appointment
Wednesday and Thursday he PSMivM
I iv appointment. Oil Mondays and
Fridays he presides at the council of
ministers, and on Saturday he devote
the morning to the Norwegian minister
of state. He lunches twtween I and '2
in a simple and abstemious manner
a cup of broth, a chop or a steak a
bird or a piece of llsh, and dines at ti
on equally plain fond.
At 4 o'clock in the afternoon he us.
uallv takes a drive or a walk, and fre
quently goes out to Druttninglinluii Ins
country palace, where there are exten
sive groves and drives as lieautifnl a
any in the world. Although he is 72
vears old, he still continues his exer
cises in tlie saddle, usually accompan
ied by bis son Carl, or the royal mas
ter of the horse.
WILLIAM K. CURTIS.
GOLDEN RULE HOTEL.
i jjj' i 1 1
Cor. Court and Johnson Sts
Stearu best Electric Lights.
American Plan, rates 11.19 to : MJailay
Kuroman plvu, ,'Or. 7iv. ti.m
Special rants by week or month
Free Bus fleets all Trains.
Commercial Trade Solicited.
Fine Sample Rooms
Special Attention Uiven to
CONRAD K0HLBB PROP
PnrUs Exposition Ntt.
Soul bj JOHN - ii I .
The Louvre Saloon
I I.I ANMM.
AMI III. i I Nii
I I UU I ill.'
Ely's Cream Balm
Kit- Hlltl pU'MHHIIi to
UHV. ontrtiu.'s Uu iu
It U quickly liirbs1,
ilvti relief i ouw.
ii i mvii Mini 0UiUMl
AlUs i ii 1 1 ! i ii 1 1 1 ft 1 1 1 1
COLD n HEAD
Ih'al. aul urolvi'U toe Mcinorsue Ito.tortti
tlie Hmwu of Ta.lv anil Loisll Large Sue tec
at lirugjilttitt or by uiall; Trial sui , U' by mall.
W.Y HKOTUKIU, warrvii St.. New York.
Has the following bargains
890 kam WUm! UndrlaSOO
Best Slock and luirv ltiincli
in ('unias Pftfiti Ohotp.
Ghd House, 8 I. mi. $1200.
Vmv l)osirallu Raiidenofl
Very ('heap. .
Also a big list of town and
county property cheap
llf YOl! WANT TO HUB
cribt) for mag alius or
uuw.papora in tlie United
-iiv or Sill rouu, reuiil
by uonlal uole, cbevs oi
seuu Ui the Kin lint...
M.-w. tbe net publlabvr.
"IdPtlZinCS lrloe ol lbt publloatioi.
a you ilu.irv, ami we will
oave It aut Ui you aud awume all rlaS ol tlie
mouu beiug lost in Itieinalla. It will tare you
bulb trouble aud rlak It rou an a subacrtbor
to tac KasT OaaaOMiiN, Iu reuilltlua you can
deduct tu per ceui from the puMUbefi' price
Addrew KArfl' OHKliONlAN PUB. CO., taudle
attractive womanhood and equip hr for the dutlei of wife and mothernooo
All dnifgtti sell $1.00 bottlci of WhM el Csrdui.
Thf Hollywood. Aabury rMj'. ',b"?,!il!?
1 roar) vonr adrertLemsnt fo r.arl to Wins of Cardnl In thr l a morr-Amr-noiii,
and It s.i farorably ImprsMsd ms that on my J2J"j&
durlns- tho holidays t pu rchaaod bottle of It for my ad"pt' l dauunt. r, wno
was autfrrlnir with f. main tronblaa. She had been and, r lh esters rare
torsomo time, and whsn her periods would coins on aStsnBstWf STBS I me
thniK terrlhl. . I Induood her to try It and the Bret doi' brought OB aw
mon-.. ki i... k ii r-giilarlvBooordlnirtoth.' dlrrcl nv and was JF
rallered. To u.' her owu worda. "It saved my life " J. WE8LK1 Cltowi--
I,... mmU Mi M,.t..M ,mu l.ln xmittoml. "1 hit I ..'llf. Ail.ltorT
Uifartmnit. Tim- I'haliliow MwUeTii- ( ..inp.nr. BSSSSSSS, T.a
Bar and Billiard Unams.
Tho Kest lint
Van Dran liros.. Orops
Best stock on the
Telephone eonneetioa it nuioh.
dren Pilot KtMk or Pendleton.
When yon tirink
(iuaranted not to
cause hfJjdMht or
Ask for it.
Schultz Brewing Co.
TK UC K ING,
s T cj R A (; E.
CROWNER & SON.
IMLafUUMk. MAIM t
Start Girls Right!
Many btautllul lrl ,nv,ld' ,or
bresote st the miri.l period of puhrrtv they
pay no stltstlon Is tht laws of hr.Uh- Mothrr.
.hould protect their dau.hteri' health hy f
Ins; them nece.i.rv Inlormatlon and proper
treatment When thr mea.ei come on a t, rl
unswsrts In her Inexperience .he M either
lrlhttned Into coeivuliion, or irared into try
Ins, to check the flow. Many N hsvecherkfri
the flow snd It hat never started asain And
ss a result thsy have rown pale laced. with
crow.trscki" on their rheek.. and dark half
mooni under their syw. A doe of
taken svery raornlns. after a .lrl Is twelve year
old will bring; the mene on properly and keep
u - ii iii ii her to develop Into
revjaavri ... .. r
GItp Us a Trial.
Kates $2.00 a da)
Special Rates by
Ween or month
Hoddquarters lor Traveling Mer
In Eastern Oregon.
Successors to J. E. Moore
tlHO I) V ' ! J l. j
KleiQtiy PuroUhed Steam Heated
I urupeau Plan
Uluck.and a rtilf Iro n depot.
Sample Kuom In connection.
50t, 75c. 1J6
Oregon Lumber Yard
For barns aud dweiliiiKH
Clieapeir than tlu.
laime aud Ceuieut,
Hrick aud Suud,
Screen Doors & Windows,
Sash and Doors,
Terra Gotta Pipe.
Borie & Light, Prop's
Alta St., opp. Court Hoase.
At lowest rates
J. R. DICKSON,
Bast Oregonlaa Building,
feud le tun, Oregon
BaawaJi fSifSaw H
Hotel 1 Gout
The Place to Buy : : : :
. when- von can ?n qnlek
. , .. .... f'nt In
anil cheap PTWSS
ronr order (or he-ttsr bsds
m$Xm tanks ami fl rai-ks
Bst linf of
ing ptper, Tw
paper, Lime ami
oemeol . Pioketi
Boreen I roon
W indows. Sash
A llotirs, TelTI
... . S Slt
Ndteton nanlni! Mill
R. PORSTFR, - Proprietor.
dealer In ..
HAI.Kh.MKN, TO BKLL BOHOOL LIBRA;
i.. v ll.l. I - 1" "'IIO'H urn., kiwi.i
l,r,)iH,.lloll. (Illloll H.'hixil I 'UruMilIlK :
UK W. 0. I'OKK OKKICK IN .Ul)l
nuUillnR OBlre hoiirt. UMtSa.Sa.1 1 to f
p.m. Telsphono T7.
K w ViNt'KNT. M. 1). OKKIt'K KKAK
ol ftrat Natlnual HaiU OIBci' lioura Iu to 1
a. m. ; I to H p. m.
IIK '. .1. SMI I'll. OKKH'K DVKIl THK
NadJetBB HavlUK Hank TulapUon II
realilenrw U'lephona I.
H. H OARKIKU), M. I.. HOMK I'ATH
lr Physician ami Hiinri-on OB'V I" li"ti"
Htiltillua, Ti'li-plion.' Dfrlrv. blaok 71; real
ileui'v. black U.
I. L. Ml I.I.Kit. XI. I)., OKHI'AIN ll-Ot:K.
Iivki- ami correct" "T'' troiililoa. catarrhal
ronilllloii" aii. I impalr-l ImitrliiK. illaaao.
properly lltl.il lor relracllvc error.
1)K. D.J. M'KAIIK, KOOM 17. AHHOl'l A
tlou block Telephone l. raaliluucv tale
phone, black 161.
OMKOl'ATHH I'HYHllUANH, DBS
Knyca A Ksyea. OSlos, one block weat ol Bo.
DR. LYNN K. BLAKRSliHK, t:nitt)Nit:
an. I n. T.... i- ii-cawa an. I .llauaaan ol woatun
upp Hotel, cor. Water au.l Main raii'lle
tJAKTKK A KAI.KY, ATTORNKYH A I
1. . OSIce lu Bailug" Bank Uulliliui.
HKaN A I.OWK1.I., ATTORNKYH AT
Law Room II Aaaoclatlou Bloik. I'euille
T.O.HAII.KY, KAWYKK. OKK10I IN
Judl Hullilloc PcuilleUJU. tregou
N. IIKRKKl.KY. ATTORN KY AT LA W
Office 111 Aaaoclatlou Block
K. 0. MOYD, ATTORN KY AT KAW. Ill
I.. II. RKKDKK, ATTORN KY AT LAW,
JAMKH A. KKK LAW OKKIOK IN JUDO
STll.l.MAN A riKRi'K. ATTORNKYH
at law Mi HiiIIui.iii I. lieen eliulttol to
practice in i mi. .1 .italev paluul oltlcea ami
uiakea "pecialty ol I'alent laiw lloouu IU, 11,
VI au.l h Aaaoclatlou block.
.III h ARMKR'H RANK Or' WKHT'ON.
Wattou, Oregon Uu. a geuer.. bauklun
uuiiueaa. aicuaug. uougnt ami .ol.l. Uol
'ecliou. prouii lly annul, .! to Affair, in uioal
l. Ill ili.li .loti .11.1 ... reported illMMi I.;,
uu oatigatlou couiuiltlee ol reapou.lble cltlaeu.
"Bi. i- K Jauieaou. prealilent: Ueo. M
Hroeuate). .Ice pre.l1.nl : C. at Fierce, caahler
J. H. Klllgore, aatiataut cashier; a I rector.
U. A. Harlmau, M Jt.Johu", 1. J. fnoe, U. 1
Uraw.J. K. KlUgor-., Robert Jauieaou. U. W
HRHT NATIONAL BANKOV A THKN A.
Orvgou Uapltal, tSU.UUU, lurplu. aut proBU
tb.uuu. luteraat on ItatJ leHMiiii Deal. In
lorelgu ami doraaatlc eicbause. Collection,
piouiptly alien. led to Henry C. A.tauia, pre.
i 'leu l ; T J, Kirk, Tlce-preanieut ; K. L. Bar
asll ca.i.ler; Nr.. h I. Baruett, aaaliiaii:
KIRUT NATIONAL RANK OK I'KNDlTh
tuu. Capital. I7U.UUU; .urpm.. tau.utu. 'Iran,
acta a (eueral banking builuea.. Kxcltauai
au.l lelegraiihn trauilvm M ou Chicago, Ban
rraucl.co, New York ami principal point, in
llll- NlirtllWMII I.imIi. I,,..., ,..... I .... .
au.l Mur.ipe Make, collection, on reasonable
lruii 1ti Ankeuy, prealJeut, VN K Mtiiu. t
nce-preanleut , c M WaJe, caahler. H. C
tueruaey, aaaliuui caahler.
MM PRNOLBTON BA VINOS HANK,
feudletou, Oregon (igam.et March 1, 1SSU:
capital, IdO.UUU; .urplu., Su,.. InUireat al
lowed ou tliae ilepoalta. Kicuauae bought
ml aolrl on all principal poluu. Special at
uuiiun given to colle. tloun W J, Vuruiah
prealdeul. J. H. Teal, vlue-prea'Ueul ; W. J
AHCHtTlltTS AMD SUILOKBS.
I. V. HOWARD, AROHITKCT AND SI
perluteuiieut, make, coutpi.ui aud reliable
pi a u. for bulldlug. In the city oi oouulry.
Boom 17, Jud.l bulldlug '
HHKKK 0OLK. 0ONTRA0TORS AND
builder. Katlmale. furut.hed ou ahort ho
lice. Job work a apectalty I'r.naut aerrloa
Bhopou Bluff .treet.Vear rfam .t,e.t
D A. MAY, CONTRACTOR AND
builder. Katitualea lurulahed ou all klud. ol
liiaaour, oeuieut walk., ,uue wall., etc Or'
der. can ueleltat the lUal Orogouian oSloe
W.0P-Tjiaj UKRKINASTRR DR.
ol ten dav. fur , ...i. . n,i i""ou
Oue brown home, bramfed with imuiiu.
V" "' lolt ihoulder aud A ,u nght Loul
der.weigUt aboui BS pouud., age about s
Dated oepteuiber i,. igui.
J . M. HSA1UMAN, City Manl.al
IN I'OUND-THK KOLLOVyTno-loK-
ton Uya for i-uU U1 ih.u) 'ir"ou
line fejiv a... ... .1...... u , ,
, i " uuui . rearaoiu, weight about
uau-u oepiuuuer ZJ, luoi
1 M MATH MAN. City atarahal
The Kaat Or.n..n ,. Z
. i-MBiQui tire-
gn . r.presentative paper. It leads, and
tRe people appreciate It and abow it by
neu liberal um,,,,... i. ... ...
7 . a i um auver
teuag medium ol taug aecUon.
ihi I wirr I .
6 IIS a. m,
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WaUa wain,, Uw1.
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Haul, Diimib l ant.? "'.
e, Chicago an,lu,l
ttcn ana Kiver Schedule.
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6 a. m.
OtSjSH city, Nawben ,
Halem. ln,i..Ji"T 11
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Ifar OhkMfO, St. I'atil, Hi. Lout.
Klin t lt, Ht, Jia-, Oiiulia.iui
All Points iiast and South
Portland and point,
on the Sound
II MK I -A K0. SKITKMBIR 1. n
neat H. mil. I uw nail, ttaiui hj
lieion . piu ; npoaane 7ju pat; arnta
h:Ii am ; Huallle I am.
Kasi Bound -leere Seetlla lilipa;
i uu pin ; Arrive nan. waua la
: t a in Spokane I : U aat.
fur luliiriuatinii rvganllag rata, ul
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