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OAILY EVENING EDITION
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EASTERN OREGON WEATHER.
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I'KNDLKTON, UMATILLA CPU jSTyTo REfeK)N. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1901
1 MF N V VOtfk MAtfkIT
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, where you
can have a big
select from. Call
and see me.
My stock is
m both in fancy am! staple
saw rv J J
. K. Demon
U. B. WISE
The Leader In Values
Before buying your winter wardrobe.
Quotation of Prices without showing Quality
(toods conveys no Information
Money Saved is
The Boston Store.
Newest Fall Fabrics.
Drap Do Alma
muvy weight and in hlack
V.u; Dc Snip
M I ! I . I 1 I I I
.aim i- ''
in light am
and colors. A beautiful
DiiiifM to match.
line of trim-
Dress Goods Sale
at the very low prices of
I2fc 19c, 29c, 39c, 49c and 59c
unexcelled values found here
Fall slock bare all new and low
Watch our Silent Glove Sale.
All the stock for fall is now in and
the hest dressers are now picking out
their choice. We arc making a specialty
of high class values
$10 and $15
New overcoats are necessary this
as there is such a great change in
We have them and Imyers
$7.B0 to $15.00
Please the hest.
LOTS OF SHOES YET.
We thank our patrons for the hig shoe
husiuess of this fall. We Indieve you
like hig values at small prices.
25c Neckwear 10c tonight.
t.t I w Ulg W WiJ
a M art IVVC
Mine of Kift hooks m white
- -n lur 2c.
sample line of fine
S .llld trifl KaLc a.
' . Kill l'lt,I.- UL
i "Kiucea prtce.
China Critckery and
(i hiss ware tor Your Table
makes the meal tempting when the
dishes are dainty and of delicate
and pretty patterns. Our stock is
all up-to-date, handsome and o( the
newest designs and exquisite de
corations. Handsome dinner sets
for wedding gifts, as well as fine
vases, glassware and jardinieres, we
have in choice variety, and at sur
prisingly low prices.
'.JIN.,' I I.
II ' -v4 ( 1 M I V
Jt,,-, . I 1 1 m 3
foil heal 2?C
. v.uiupieie line
ch"u ami metal heads.
BAKER & F0LS0M
For Combination Folding Cots and
Chairs. Just the thing to take to the
mountains - - -- -- -- -- -- --
Next Door to Postoffice "aSffr-
1 01 1.1 C .
4L An. I .
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Fine castile soap
popular soaps 5c,
bar. Please bear
u soaps average 33 I'J
i00' Supplies it slate pen-
- I j
pvennn. . -
m . 1 11 - evj 1
- - . m 1 . v -
I have a full hue of the celebrated
Wood and 00a 1 atoves guaranteed to
be absolutely air tight. None of the
heat is wasted and the stoves will
save ONE-HALF of your fuel bill.
I also have a full line of cast pook stoves and steel ranges.
Prices are the lowest, quality considered.
T. C TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
Control ot the Telegraph, Cable A
Telephone company of America ha
pMe1 into the hand of Oharlea W.
George M. Pnllman, ehleat aon of
the late Chicago millionaire, and Mr.
Sarah L. Braiell, hi iiter inlaw,
were married in the Arlington hotel in
Robert P. Porter returned from Eu
rope recently, and i Mrongly of the
opinion that the internet of tin- I n 1
d Statea lie in the direction of recip
rocal trade relations with the principal
WaatrtM of Knrope.
Not in year ha the night before a
state convention been characterised by
o much activity aa wa shown by he
hundred of delegate took part in New
Jersey's democratic state convention to
nominate a candidate tor governor.
2 The Rruseels Petit Bleu says a w
m i t tee 01 Hutch ladies ia being formed
for the purpose of presenting an ad-
dre to queen Alexandra, praying for
the amelioration of condition in the
concentration camps in South Africa.
Mr. Kruger. sav a disnatrh to ih
London Daily Mail from Brussels, has j
a bandoned the idea of sending a dele-
gation to the president of the United j
BUtt, having ascertained that Mr. I
II 0000011 will pursue the policy M
The Twentietii Century club, of San
Francisco, has matchet'l .loe Walcott
and "Kid" Carter to box 20 round
on the night of October 16. The men
will meet at catch weights. It it ex
pected that there will lie a difference
of 20 pounds between the men.
The official estimate for the fiscal
year beginning .Inly 1, I'M:', which
I'ostmaater-tieneral Smith will submit
to congress at the opening of the mo
tion, chII for an aggregate of M.M0..
OUU for rural free delivery service, an
increase of f 2, 260, 000 over the current
A decision by the United Mate
treasury department affecting the sta
tus of Chinese toru or naturalised in
the Hawaiian islands talons their an
nexation has been handed down to
Port Collector Stratton ol San Kran-
cisco. It was in the erase of Ti I.I
Hong, a merchant who became a citi
sen of Hawaii several year ago. By
the ruling of the treasury department
he has been it Hound to land at that
port at an American cititeu.
The strike of the employes of the
Scranton railroad company, covering
the entire Lackawanna valley, from
Pittatun to Forest City, began on Tues
day. Not a car started. The men re
fused to accept the offer of General
Manager Silliman to leave the ques
tion involved in the discharge of the
two Carbondale conductor to the ar
bitration ol Bishop llohau, or one of
the priests of the diocese whom he
might name, because the offer did not
give the employes the representation
they demanded. Nearly i00 men are
involved in the atriks.
San Francisco at General
OF PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Bishops and Priests Id
iog Proceuloo Begin
I 111 DOS
PACIFIC NUItTHWKST NEWS
Homer Davenport of New York, the
greateat newspaper cartoouist of the
age, is a Salem visitor, huving arrived
in Silverton Friday to visit hit father,
1. W. Davenport, who is seriously ill.
By clever detective work the murder
er of Kdward Mclntire lias been run to
earth, and he now rests in the Kala
ma, Wash., county jail, having mads
a full coufeaaionof the shooting Ben
jamin J. (ioe is the man.
Shipment for September from Port
land were 000,033 bushel of wheat
74,262 barrels of rlour and 210, 088
bushels of barley. Total shipment
from Oregon and Washington for the
first three months of the cereal year,
Hour included, were 4,2U,:i08 bushels,
compared with t,S74,O70 for the name
period last neason.
Governor Geer iaausd a requisition
on (lovernor Uogers of Washington (of
the arrest and return to Monmouth,
tire., of Char'es S. Staats, who is said
to be at North Vakiina, Wash. Staats
if charged with telling a baud of
sheep on which the bank ol Monmoutb
bad a chattel mortgage and decamping
with the mouey.
Curtain Kxtenaion No mine at
.Nauaium, B. C. caught tire from a pit
lamp at noon Tuesday and the tire ex
tended to the woodwork and was
caught b an ludraugbt and carried
through the mine. The men were
warned and all got out safely. Twelve
men who entered to subdue the tiauies
never came back
Fire! Hrc I !
When that rv sounds how people
rush to help und sytttpotbiso I And
when MOM MMMjO IO0CI0M ' woman
troiu the tlumek. the
hln eta -t k, vmUi ap
Ami yet if that
Sunl 10 had pet ishi d
in ' flames it is p0t
aitMt that slie would
havtr MttWOw Ifas
than she sufStn al
most daill Iron' Die
disease has lighted in
the .it ticals uouiallly
That hie ol llifliilll
uiatioli 1 an bo pel
out. The gnawing
ulcer tan tw 1 urea.
Kr pforco'i Favorlto
nMscriptiofl not only
regun.titv ami arict
rufvcbliiig drams, hut
it Itt-al iiilluinmatioo
and uleeralioiis and
cures It ,ule weak
aeat. ft uiakea weak
women stionx auo
tick women well.
Main street, Pendleton, Oregon.
Hl .tltfcl 1 ll for fuur year, with rht
Sk utit- i.rouotttK il ukrr.lti.u ton! pi
II.. utrru. will.. Mr. Ao in -Wilt
. Taoey Co . MiaMMwf -AIm IuSi
ul ulauUrr md airOna My tast ....
aud i.inplt. -Ud Hail n-vetsl i pJ
fyui kept u.Ulua .uitf liatl been IX,
luy UsJ five 111041th- vlwu I teroU II
reecittrd yiair reply v.ry I
MllMKil luy llKiaii ami 1 ii i
Pit iLr . iiteoiciin - I took eihl liuill
r.trllr nr.. ripOi.ii una . . .n n aihi.-
Ul.u.cll .uil Im sail U S' l lift at oa4.r ia
l UMHltba I eoultl al U in .1 1 "an "1
. urn bellei ot lout in."".". j
uttar woik itKluUiut waaluas a"tl seaia.
C'oiuuioii .euM- Medical
papel covers, i. sent
of ji one-cent stamp to paj
tat lil.lra. lar
cxptuae Ol maoo': fv
II. V- rUrtt, UuUalo. N. V.
San Krancist'o, Oct. L". -The most
imposing eccletiattica! ceremonie at
tended the opening of the lortieth
triennial convention of the Protestant
BpiOOOMtl ciinrch of America in tin
The tlrt Mfl00 consisted of tl el
ehrattnn of the holy euchaiist at I'rin
:tv ehtirch, the hlotlpp of t'alifornia,
Ri Kcv. Win. Kor.l Nichols. 1. 1. ,
acting as celebrant. Kighty Biwhop
ami NK) attemling priest, in the im
pressive grandeur of their robes of of
lice, formed thetatelv mid solemn pr,,
cession. The church wa crowded to
itt utmost capacity. The convent ion
serin. hi wa preached by Bishop Mor
ris of Oregon.
Organisation of the two houses of
the convent ion took place thi after
noon. The house of tiishops wa called
to order by Kt. Ite. Win. O. D.isi.e,
bishop of Albany, who officiate in the
ahence of Presiding ltihop Clark of
Rbodo Island. Kev Samuel Hart, D.
D of Trinity college, Hartford, is
secretary. All sessions of the house
of I o shop will be held at LfOB Hush
Ht. The house of deputies or lower
house will hold open sessions at Inn
Orealstl Intarsst In Dlvores Canon.
The convention will be in session
for three weeks, and legislation most
important to the future history of the
church will be enacted. Perhaps the
most interest is shown in the proposed
canon prohibiting the marriage of di
vorced people, forbidding prietta of
the church from remarrying a iierson
divorced, no matter upon what
grounds. This propoed canon also ex
tend" the degree of consanguinity and
allinity, which may act a impediment
to marriage The great debate of the
convention is . xjatctetl on the adoption
of this canon. It it generally favored
h the ecclesiastic, but the laity are
divided a to its expediency. It 1 re
ported that the New York delegation,
headed by J. P. Morgan will makes
viogoru tight against the adoption of
t he canon.
The committee to report a bod) of
canon establishing courts of appeal,
of which tiie chief justice of the
United State 1 one, has formulated
an en eed High aide resirt mi the sun-
lect Mild it adopted will remedy possi
die tyranny on the part of a bialmp
Tha Mtw Territories.
The convention will be notable lor
its action relative to the new retMin.
inlit.es thrutt upor. it by reaaou of ad
ditions to the territory of the United
States incident to the war with Spain.
The Philippines, Cuba, Puerto Itico,
in the opinion of mauy, ought to have
bishop an 1 diocesan functions of
their own. The act 100 of the t onen
llCM will depend largely upon the lib
erality of tin wealthy laymen.
1 ue of the most iuitortaut function
will be the formation of new d locates
and the selection of bishops. Klidow
ed dioceses elect their owu bishop.
Missionary bishops are appointed
There are two of the latter to lie elect
ed, the bishop of North Dakota ami
tin- blOfMt) of Olvmpia, Wah. Mini
interest i taken ill the latter appoint
DMOI hv the coast delegation. Dr.
Ciauipett, rector ol Trinity church ol
Dili city, formerly associated with 110
POftfjJH parishes in the fJsftOOM ol
Springfield and Maryland, is spoken
of as the probable appointee.
One of the most impressive service
of the sessions of the convention will
be conducted at tiie foot of the
"Prayer Book Croat" in Golden itte
park when the delegates will be im
pressed with the important histornal
fact that the lirst service of the Aiiyli-
an obsjfOk in America was held wilh
111 sight of where the cross stands 011
the 24th dav of June A. D., 167b, hv
a chaplain of the fleet commanded
the -Tamoun admiral and fret ho. lei
Francis Drake, a generation he lore
Jamestown in Virignia, winch has
hitherto claimed the honor, was even
The big public aervic of the ton..
Una will he the missionary mass meet
lug at Mechanics pavilion tin October
8. The 'Third arltilery hand and
vested choir of 400 voices will turuish
t lie music.
On the ninth ol October, a reception
will be giveu to the entire convention
The committee in charge includes Mrs
William Alvord, Mrs. W. It Crocker
and Mis. Henry T. Scott.
Tbe headuuarters of the Woman
Auxiliary at the Clark Crocker reti
deum will be formally opeued on the
afternoon of Oct. 6.
Kaiuy weather today greeted the del
LjratbeS Two astro la Mew fork.
StteJbyville, N V , Oct. ft. Jumbu
F ields, aged 10, and Oiareuc Caruetl,
ageU 18, bolb ooioreu were laceo iroiu
tbe jail here br a mob omrly tliim morn
111M ami lisnawo to a trestle. J no,
were cbaraed witb tiie murder of Wi
Hart, who waa stoned to dealii aboot
teu days ago. The motive for tbe mur
der of Hart is unkuowu.
tad miaou rire.
Alton, ills., Oct. If. A disastrous
ire swe.pt over an entire block on the
river front bere today, causing a Juts
wf balf a million The principal
building destroyed were: Standard
Hour mills, Alton rollifaa mills Arm-
ert elevator and the orfioe of tbe Sao- J
tiuei and Democrat. Sixty cart lusvded j
witli wheat were alto deetroyed.
Reported br I. L.Ray at Co., Pendleton,
Chisago Roard of Trade and New York
New York, Oct. 2. The wheat mar
ket was again lower today on lower
.aides and the disposition of holdert to
let go. Liverpool closed 8-H lower,
I New York opened t4 lower,
"4 7-8, and after selling do-vn to
1 74 t-s, dosed at 74 I I
Stocks were ntetdv.
Monev, 3 ,. DOf cent
Close yesterday, 7J 1-8.
Open today, 7t 7-S.
Range today, 74 :t-8 to 74 7-H,
Close totlay. 74 ft-N.
SUrck: Sugar, 118V,; ,te.l, $t ;
St. Paul. fjf4 . D. P.. W,.
Wheat In Chltato.
tMiicrtgo.Ocl. 2. -Wheat, M 1-8 to fjfj,
Wheat In San Frantltto.
San Francisco. Oct. .. Wheat,
t8 5-H to ft, V
SHAMROCK'S QREAT RACIi
Lord 1 u.t, o. Wanti a Ract to Oe Sailed
Highland, V I..Oct. 2. l.or.l LIB
ton 1 in receipt ol 00fM of cable
gramt congratulating him on Sham
rock' great howing vesleislav. Sir
riionia reiterate hi desire to race
It is learned on g.Ml authority this
morning that Upton's u ih for ract
on consecutive days it likely to pa
(PffMlod) The cup OOMMltMO will
metd 0000 to discuss the matter
I 11 ton's formal rcnuoHt for the every
day racing was received by the cup
committee thi morning. I'he conim It
t. e a ill ttke action on it tonight.
Linton suggests that daily races to
held during the next week at least
l.ipton and Morgan, Columbia's
PIOHOOJOr, agretsl thlo ptftMDOOO to rat e
everv day until the series ho complet
ed. The action by the OOP committee
will probably he favorable.
ROYALTY SAILS TONKlHi
Victoria Olds Adieu to the Visitors From
Victoria, Oct. 2. Today was given
over to informal Hia-hl scetuir. I he
royal party went up tbe gorge in the
naval launches ami on the way ha. k
had luncheon ami visited the hospital
thi afternoon, ami drove alnit the
city. At live o'clts k they went aboard
the I impress of India which Mails to
Unalt Sain Apologlxad to Japan.
Washington. Oct. 2. The Lulled
Slate government has ent an apology
to apan for brutal treatment accorded
by immigration o Ulcers at Honolulu a
couple o months agn to certain Japan
est. cititeus, 1111 lulling a him. her of
Japanese women who were detained
ami examined ht male insiiectors at
gOatfMlittO on the suspicion they were
infected with hiihonic plogOO
Tammany's Mayoralty Candidate.
New York, Oct. 2. It haik todav as
though Kdward shepard, an Imleiwud
en l democrat ami a lawyer, will he
Tamiuany'a candidate for mayor
greater New York. Shepard, It is said
ha agreed to accept and has Leon s.
lecle.l liy Kichard t roker.
Oral n Otalsrs' Convention,
lies Moines. Iowa, Oct. 2. Thesiith
annual inn Vent Inn of lint National
(iraili healers' asm,, nit loo opened here
thit morning. About live hundred
delegates Iroiu all part of the I oiled
Mates are present .
Stabbsd by Sialkary.
San t-rtneitoo. Oct 2. A. Gari-
habli, K. Oaribabii, J Jamllii and
M. Daley, deserters from the teams
tors' union, this morning were Ptobbod
in an atiray with the strikers
Former Railroad Lawyer uead.
Dillon. Moat., Out I, i W. Mill-
pstig'i. lormerlv general claliua allor
n. v o the Southern Pacific, lied last
niyhl as the result of iniuries rlatlna
a ouarrel with J. il. ltloinlerv
Testimony Not as
Oil ANY VERY IMPORTANT POINTS
Newspaper CorrsspoodMl Cflrrrrtj AvMrtlons,
tbe 1 Iurk" BsIoh lo Favor of
S ah union, Oct, I, Die Scliley
court roOOntod this morning witli Itear
Admlral KVOOI M Ibo "land. He cor
reeled t he pnnhsl MpOtt ol his testi
mony Rvans ookod povnlorioo to makes
iaroiml statement to the inurt reganl
tug the Nbliobod story that he had
bragged of .leslroyiug the entire Hpan
isb Meet and M.o desired tn have road
a letter In. m Captain t'.s.k ol the
Hmoklyu, win. wa prenent at tiie time
the aliened lsat 1 sat.l to have been
made. UOOPMl lor Schlev rtdnsed to
allow to have the letter brought in.
t'.s.k took the tanil.
DlOOOdOi the OOnoooOOdOfti w ho was
mi the I'exa during the hattlo ..f San
tiago, look the ataiitl hi cor reel his tS
lltttOO of fOIMflMJ He Htal.sl '.hat
he hail I ' mi ml since vaster. lav that he
bad in Ins st. rv of the haltle act rial it
tsl the victory to Schley. I lent (Nun-
maodof Bbatp. who ooMOtoodod the
Vino dorlRf tbo war, bMtllod that
the weather of May .'I was siiiallv but
Hot enough to cause hllll to sloM down
He said Ills vessel had Miitln i.-nt coal.
Sharp said he saw the llr.Niklyn'a
loop 011 Jul) I, and do. lared the veaeel
wan headed about south and .winging
voi y rapidly 00J the port helm. Alter
the haltle when he went aboard the
BlOOblyO With thi statement, it wat
OOntfOalOIOd l Navigator Ihslgtoll of
the BfOOklyO wlm conttui.lisl tbe move
ment wa 011 the tarhnard helm, but
ROOOrdiPO to the present DOllol "f the
witness RodfJOOO lln.illv itdinittetl he
was r 1 1 1 l the same tune he saw
the leias lying dead in (lie water and
remarked she would never start in
lline to get into the lialtle. He pro
duced a log from which he read the
statement that after the hsip was
made the two leading Sptlilsb ship
aero oil the BraoklVO'l starhoard taiw
and the Ooioo t "g upon her star-
Il ONI l.t Okll ON KOI HI II PAOftt I
Mr. .1. II. II .is k in, of 'hlratro,
III., I'n -1.1. ni hie. ii'o Airatlri
f lob. Aililrt'881-8 ('oiiifortlatK
W ..id . lo V win. 11 IdxiirdiiiK
"Umii IfOJ PiMtu kaf Mothera
ice. I not drasd nhlldhssrloaf after tbey
of Lydlai K. I'lnk
huin's cgi i.thic rotupoHMBi
Wblle I Intel children I ilu-aded the
ji.icil, f..r it left DM weak ami tick
Senator "Blip' bnitlli In Roltt.
II nalor Win. sin it 1, ,, Maker Oily,
0' , ae. oiiipanie.l hv his wife, la ill
Bolts todty vititing his mother, who is
ill at the home ol his sister, Mrs. D
D. tVllllatOMi senator Smith is the
leader of the democratic party of Ore
gon, having been to rt gar. led m the
upper hram h ol the legislature and re
ceiving the solid vote of the auti-re-puhliian
mem hers for Lulled Mates
senator throughout the session when
the leadl.M k 001 eiidntl hy the . . , lo.n
of John Ha Mitchell lua converse
tioO with a Capital News reporter, Mr.
Htnilli staltsl that the democrsta ...
,11 ' J It IIASKINS.
foi month" a'lrr, and at the time I
thought iltath waa a wrleoiue relief ;
... fore my lost 1 1 w ,Hru a
l,r ailvlM -t l illul''..IMnJk"
Kuttu'R g l.llo t oilipajund, aud
I ,, ..I that, together With your Itll
ttll,l , h for four mouth
i r..,e Lha h.i.i 1 1.11 Ui , it t.iought
i. woudt rful relief I hardly had RJJ
a. he or pain, and o h. u in. .1. lid waa
i. . days old 1 left my U-d stioug In
I pun trandfall I nowtake
Oregon would make a hard right m il abottleof l.ytlh. I I'liiW Innn'a VfpT"
year, and have some bopo of carrying f.,,l,lo 4 Hiiipoiiixl and hod it U. p.
tbe title, owing lo republican dil n.. m n.ut uual 'leul health. "
aulitions aud a general diagust on part Mas J II IIassims, 'iJi Indiana Ave.,
of tiie laiople over the ICtlOfl ol several ( liicago, III $SOOO fwtil 1 a fOtJfflM
sm.i esslve repuhiitan legislature win. i. !"'
have s..iamlerei a great ileal of u.oue,
and .nailed msny vicious laws. A
strong man for governor he think will
surely l. l. ai liter,
Senator and Mrs. Smith
Baker t'lly tonight.
ii .. .initialed.
ill return. to
i .....1 i .in I ill oniiori ia
M hot Hil t M t USIlt Ullll M'Ollil 'si
tuulltwr IlltHtlO. tltl I Ilia OOMMfWl
sh. tan IMMItsTO ltliiut oet by
ruling to Mrs. I'Dikhutu tat
FRAZER OPERA HOUSE.
lieu L takei, I
sad Mrtager. Ja U. Wiub. Lual Mua.i
Two Highis, riusiU mi fitay. alar jrt md 4ti-
jH perform Pricms 30c, 7BC .
eeau w aai .1 rvlr
Ml Clause Headquarters.