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DAILY EVENING EDITION
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EASTERN OHF.ItON WEATHER.
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PENDLETON, UMATILLA 'OUNTY, OKKttON, TUBSDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1901.
. ..in ran have a hie
a m eelfet from. Call
L.i mi- Mv stock is
ittt I'otti m fane) ami Maple
. K. Uemott
The Alexander Department Store.
Fine Dress Goods.
We have juet received a full stock of the cbOtOtnl
imported drtM poods "ever shown in Pendleton"
direct from the manufacturer.
WY have a full line of the new weave hujuatine. Col
ors residu. new rose, old rose, parm-t. light gray, navv
llue and Mack.
Prunella, whip cord, garnet cloths, whalv- cords, satin
tiniali and mixed wool Venetians in ud the latest
shades, colors which you cannot find in any other
store you can procure from us as our stock of Hack
and colored dress goods is as complete as any I'ort
Our stock of rainy day skirtings including heavy
waterproofs, meltons, plain and pehhled cheviots and
plaid hack worsted? cannot he surpassed.
Your inspection is solicited."
The Boston Store.
FIFTY CENTS on the DOLLAR.
Myers Festival will close Thursday, Oct. Hist
100 Pieces of Fancy
All careful purchasers must atteud this Sensational Sale.
Every piece marked with a RED TICKET. Prices in plain
figures During this sale purchasers of Dress Goods may re
ceive our exceptional values of Dress Linings at discount of
10 per cent.
The big busy Store
I IIUUUCII IVI a
"mier conies apart J he 1 mj .
Fln lo think ol lamps. Their me
. -- will Mltmrii inc inline
Z . P 1
Uiantities and nav soot
L - Ji.i i . k h r in i .1 1 1 , 1 1 .
''K' ; lantitlfS anrl ivav ennt
r- iu uw lactorv.
As Lcrone Knows
freshness m groceries is just as
essential at it is in eggs lor the
making ol puddings, pastrs . etc
BvyOM OUfhl to know that 1
take a special pri-lc m selling only
groceries that are fresh. No stale
stock in this store. The mackeial
we sell at 121 a piece is r. sh
The movement to erori a ii.on.iinenl
for evUovernor William A Newell,
developer of the tiff h service
is taking definite shape in New Jr-r
1 ISUleBBBl flOaOTUl Miles. In his an
nual report. kIvpf the total strength
r the Army at present as M.MS, of
which number 3S.S74 are In the rnlted
States. MJH In the rhllipplr.es. 49H
in (.'iiha anil the remainder In small
detachment, being In Porto RtCO Ma
wall. OhinB and Alaska
The North Herman l.loyd Com pain
ha made overtures to the ('anadian
Pacific Steamship Company ror the
establishment of a Joint Herman and
British steamship aervlee from Orl
ental Hirts to Vanrouver and Pugol
The Berlin National UOltUBf ways
that deal Britain treats the Rom,
who ate still. In a military x oaf, mas
ICTI ! the country, as though they
B n acassins. The TaKeldatt talks
of "Bnteher" Kltrhener. and of the
"larlaron- herdlns of defensidess wo
men and t hihlren In the MIMKMM of
th KnKllsh eoneentratlon CMBM ."
t BoatOO, in eonnei'iion with what
tin lulled States marshal's oflk At
rterM lO 1h OM of the htKIKest frauds
ll ver had to deal with in thai
city, members of the firm of J. C.
Flshei CO., bankers, wei'- anxled
on a harne of uslns the United BUltei
mails in a seheme to defraud. It Is
alleged that 11.000,000 has been taken
from the publle slnee January I, 1900,
Thi' m treaty which Is to be tub
Bitted to the senate as the result of
the DDSfOfMOM ol Mr t'hoate and
Uortfe l.ansdowne and Bauneefote. to
! take the pla-e of the Clayton Bvlwer
i treaty, provides that the D Kited St.it,'.
will he the sob- guarantor of the prin
dple ol the neutrali.atlon of th M
I rial, and recoanies the rlnht of tin
United Stat's to fortify the eanal Th,
stipulations of the new treaty will
applied not only to thp Nlearacua
('anal but to all Other anals taken up
hy th' l niii cl Stai, -
Tin- Yale varsity oarsmen will
i i Cnptnll Phil KuniK at MOt and
in :ni training lor the eomlna yeai
Tin' plan tor the work this Kail will
be to Form three erewn, whleh win be
kept growing until . olb g, i loses for
the holidays After the holidays the
oarsineti will tot until February 1.
when they will l- called together
ngani tof tank practice Mr Ken
Bedy and Captain Knatif will direct
the eoio hlng this Kail.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS
Rnamel Coulter, of Forlland. has
sold to C S and K S Moore, ol Klam
ail. County a trait of timber In the
Klamath n-glon ontalnlng 10,101
a i's The price paid for the big
trnct was I12.MKI.
Tlii fri'lght eat famine .omplained
ol by th- shippers to the Ohwebef of
l oin, to it. no longer as s, rloiia aa
was reported Both the It. N
and Soul lo i n 1'aeltie eVmpuuy have
greatly relieved the situation and re
moveii much of the eause for com
plaint According to au entimate of tile re
diietloiih mmii by the Multnomah
eount) noard of equalization, the
will he 111 the neigh
1100,04ft, whleli is a
as compared with the
total .i He i.' $4o. mill
also reductions of former years
The severest storm ol the season
broke over the Hacific North wool
"oust lact wck. and for thnc div
shipping was nearly at a staudstill
Skagway steamers were forcci to 'k
sin Iter and the steamers New Ki. gland
and t'apllano. vkioh ha,e arrived
lo Vnaoouvor, B. C. report h that
the se'a was the roughest seen on the
north coast for a year.
Health is lull ol highway no I. tuiiiho
men thieves ami burglars. The held
high carnival Sunday night Au uu
tnoeeafUl attempt to blow 0001 a safe
. 1 1 .. noli ti Kaufman. Western ave
nue. wus made early Monday morning
Hait) K'igelk was knocked down cod
robbed on Ike water front Tin ioi
bet tried to throe him in the knl
Thoma. Mannas a i h'ver plcknx ket,
is io jail for MVeml jobs Joe White
bouse, who attempted to kill a man
at Franklin has leeii irrested Sev
etal small burglaries have kaaa re
imn ted la the i oh e.
mm PAID PENALTY.
Auburn, N. Y Ot. StV-Lton K.
en tod at 7:15 o'clock this morning,
Ciolgon was electro
Threi oontecti were
mtde, OM lasting thirty seconds end the othtirs of short du
ration. Ht was pronounced dead ft! . 10210 A. M.
trealb s ol the priests who visited him
in his last hours He dec hired be
wanted no one to pray ror his aoill.
It was the Mrst time In the history ol
the prison that a condemned man
marched to the chair without a spirit
J 1 I '1-
amp, worth P3
here on sale at
6 dozen beau
in fancy decora
tions, choice at
quet lamps, cen
tral draught, io
inch Globe to
$1.85 U XC o
Immense line of
new styles to
was our hue so complete.
Pa fall tmtc in lumes With BB-
or ,n bulk,
l.i... ,,u.:i, onihlihs.
' eat j.r.tes.
, drummer's sample line of
2v. worth 35, 4o and 45 teats;
0M-C while they laat at 35 ceols
The largest stock in the city. If you want a carpet call and see the
line. We will give you estimates sewcu ou
A Mammoth stock of Furniture.
BAKER d FOLSOM
Next door to Postoff ice.
Auburn. N. Y.. Oflt M PmaMenl
Mi Kn lc) s assassin is dead l.eon
t (Volposz was sucessfully electro
rated In the Auburn prison this morn
i u si H, was pronounced dead at
T If; II With the parol animal
POttraaa that bad sustained him. anil
the Innate cowardice striiKKliuK to
his lips, the youthful murderer. Bated
by the nation ami by the win hi paid
the penalty or his tearful crime.
Seated in the death chair. CSOtCOM
no i d his witnesses ami said
"l nhot the I'resldent bOCMM I
tlMMtghl it would lienctlt Rood workinc
Appearance of Ctoigotz.
Throt contn, ts were made, one last
Infl thirty seconds, the othei two of
abort duration The work of pn pat
inj; for the electrocution was dons
quletl) M,i the witnesscK were
seated and tha apparatus had been
teste)1. ( Volcos. was hustle)! fiom Ills
11 to the death poors, ih walked
lov ti tbi 1 on Mm w ith a shamblint;
unit. His face was almost ahastly
1 1 the niur b't'et ippioached, the wit
". sat silent. Immovable, every
c on the SOOT from whbh UlS dOORl
il man would enter ihc death 1 limn
iet IaiM tlioiialit theasMi-sin nu lii
idlnpse others that he miaht die
iropoundlaa his anarchistic theories
rhoss who saw the prisoner's face for
tin lost time noted th)1 cffoinln.tt'y
ii tin' amorous hps. the load '' '''
troni thick aoae, ins dncvenir
tiDildi il li'iiturea
The Electrodes Applied.
in laOS time than It takes to toll It.
whs placed in lb, 1 hall, the clo
nics applied ami tin' straps drawn
Mill (Volvos Klam 1 d helplessly
file witnesses were surpilscd Thov
i;liicd tin 11 cv s on tlo' assassin ami
trained their car to catch the words
, hb Ii followed Only sounds nunc
Thc were almost iinintelllKtbli
"t am mil sorry for the crime," how
ver. was painfully distinct Home ol
lie witnesses 1 ast siKUtttcnnt Klain'es
It each Other "l.et him die. the )I))K."
Spurned Spmtual Consolation.
HuriuK this time tue uttemlanli
Ace Inisy stinpplliK Io 11 in lie Inn
His last wonts were
I am heartily sorry I did mil BBS
lilt 'nili. 1
This was saiil afici tin strap hail
hccll dIUWII .1' n.'s his face, vet his
wonis wars in aid bi ail in ihs room
CoIkos win) Iti his diatb iinSUP
ootteil by spiritual inlnlstral bin H
s ),rii) )l Its aid ami spurned the en
I have a full line of the celebrated
Wood and coal atove guaranteed to
he aholutely air tight. None of the
heat is wasted and the stoves will
nave ONE HALF of your fuel bill.
I also have a full liae of cast cook stoves and steel ranges.
Prices are the lowest, quality considered.
T. C. TAYLOR, the Hardware Man.
741 Maiu street, Peudlelou, Oregou.
la BBC of the curious eapicssioii'. usrd
of LoikrJ aut, Maaj amuM drops
into a chair m sum waarlnem "all
. ... ,
pUveil OUl lIDI WOl.il) I
,l.v iif I eels so weak iiba
bas nat ret n-.ii4-i tiwt
the xeera' eaalth is so
int. naul . n I sUm Uj the
lov il BBSlta si the
tiwt aoahnMS oiaat
foll'x vamanl y '''
'A the nsasral
ileal '.1 1 lnvarl
a h 1 y lo.low
A.c 1 o I Or.
ror Its I' re
j , ,! 11,11 I 1
.eXilatr, the period., tlrif. wiakealBf
Ir.iiilj. Ilea a 111 ilalllllU'.lOU aU'l ul 'a
,1,.,, ..ml 1 tire, leitwle w ,'sii - ll
traBquiliaes nerves. neMiragea tin
aDBtliuaud Induces rerreshius
Tbrre Is i.o saislitule fn " I .n ,1 lie
Prascriutioa,'' for there i- nothing "jtut
i H , , I ' for -inaii
"I h'i luMilve llir xiacriuk woiurli till
' 1 In
O, uu 1
fruin It-1 u a I c- o
lu tl" vru III
y I had soi 1
riiill at lllllr, a a tlllai'l
aor. ! ll.o-i 111 'hf fan
Ibat i -a8Vr4 a.i.e,a StUtb d ' ll
all,: '.aSmif 6,' lulc if yuut ittrdleiu
iruU.lally a t.iat )iiy h,al' 1
UTKfVt i I SSV a t ' . : ai't
W nl ritfSI tMsi lW . ' la
timr iu ti,-, rar llutl I I v 1 M m
Clcaaia all n Ul,arll U) a:' .ii I I
fsli.u, ar.'.aUrv-rr I huor all .ud.riti
may r. ud rclirt a I have don,
"in 1L.111 hi tf) ijht lias la 1 11 ja-.t tru auiiiU
and I am still gaiawta "
Or Pierce a Coiuiiion iim Me ; .1
Advia-i n..-, Ure pea. ), coven
is seat htt on receipt o! ." ' m n'
staunus to pay exprnsi- of mailing ci
or for cloth laaund Isjok . stIhI .1 .t m.pa
Add 1 c in K V. Hercc, BuUalo, N Y
Tbe Fatal Currant.
His lust WOrdS were BBOkah WlUl
n.it Winn in had eenasd speak
uu tbe lai il alanal was kUcu. the
lever niilcl.lv turned, and CoIkos.h
iioiix atlffened with startling suddea
bom ii bounded with powerful con
rulslvenaoa, a If it would burst the
strap which belt, him In the hah
I'ln 11 tin current was turned off No
Bound 1 ante from the Imtly. Twice
more lbs current WUS turned on. nft i
which the doctors prooouaced him
fMBd The corps.' was taken to a
in adjoining the death eoH, where
an autopsy was held.
Czolqoat Slept Last Night.
C sol aoaa spent the groats r part m his
inst nlaht sleeplnCi appnrontl) peai s
fully He tnlked with no one aftei
the visit from his brother 11 mi hrothei
inlaw The warden wont to hla cell
at . n o'clock ihis ntornlng ami found
Imn asleep He was nwakeneil am'
1 the d ath warrant read to him Thi
assassin llstettod In alienee ami gnWS
no outwnrd mnnlfeal itlon of ths emo
lion he must have I fit . f.olaos then
isked 1h.1t hi' inlaid ' hla hrothei
agala but this was rnfruuodj ami bronh
, last was sent to bun The BftBOUei
ate siaiiuan. then pronorod lor the
denth 1 hair
Othrr Convicts Were Silent.
Tin thousaml convicts In the prlSOtl
rere BO! taken out until the .-I. -ii' 111
knd I n launched Into eternity. As
the Witnesses passed down the rolTl
dot not a round was heard Irotn tlo
ronviets who ware atamliiia in their
eii doors w batched tin little proem
slon as it iiied pant Heretofore
moans iiml iiit calls have a reel id tin
wltneeses bound for the death chum
In 1 but today there was silence thai
v, us linn st Impressive,
''he autopsy showed CioIkomx s
'I on In In' In perfectly lull llial cell
, dltlOll. alio)' thi' aver.iKe III weliihl
snd.showed not the siiKhtest lea Ion
NEver. ornan In the hotly was in no
null louilltioll .It Hie Utile of death
Completely Blotted Out.
Soon alter tin autopsy was com
pbteil llu- boil) was lecretly hurled
Melon I" tonight, the prison null in
, I ties saj not a raotltni or it win re
Btnla 11 s tin' quick lime and rltriol in
1 ahuh it was burled win quickly eon
aume It Tin' place of Ii. trial la uu
kOOWO A BHHIBd marks tin' gmvf
ami there is aothlng 10 Indicate thai
I I VoIkos ever lived.
BOER-BRITISH BMOAQEMENT MISS MONIi IS LOCATED
Near eerust They ' Forty Dead
on the Field British Lost Twenty
Eight Dead and Ninety two Were
London. Oil If, Lord jCltehaBOl
in a dMpalili lin'av. tells il a nam
u- ,1 betWOen tin Itoers iiiub't lie
Ian -v ami Kemp ami a IIiiiimIi column
mat Keerusl The Itoeis Blacked thi-
Mritlsh but were repuls. d altei a
hlubiioiii Hirht. leavina forty iba)l
Hrlllsh losses wen twn lieiinnaiiis
ami twenty six tin 11 silb d ami five
offlieis anil fit'' unii WOUBOOd
I'll 1 rt s veu ol tin in nu 1. escort ulso
w i) W)iiimleil I in- lloei koi ) mnt
SCHLEY ON THE STAND
Met All Questions With a Ready
Response Little of Interest.
WashiiiKtou Oct i'i Cross exatul
nation of Hi hie) was reaumofl tins
ammlng Pnv ucallr Bothlaa of iu
' 1 h hlcy 1 ' 1 tit 1 11 iu 'il to
meet all uuesllons with riatity 1 smu
lei in BBBWi 1 to various gneotlonj
chle said the Hpaulsh lleel would
'iavi been kuis ked out, Uo HiatMl
Ale re ll hail hapia-lied
THE NEW YORK MARKKT
Reported b I. L. Ray 4 Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokera
Nan Vork. Oct '.'' The wheat mat
ket was very dull today and price
haiiKCN wen small Liverpool closed
on baagOd ai I S . New York
opened at 7i, '., and held within a
fluat ' Ol this hll day, closing at TC,
Coin a as stiaily and closed high ft
it ', . Stin ks were strouKei ami most
ol lie lirt showed gains of a point
'Ins.- ysieiday, 77.
Open today. 7.
f -t fHhrf,
Ht. Faal, llh.
Dnloa PbtHK iou.
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, 1 it Wheat. 71'. to
Wheat in Ban Franclece.
San KraiK isivo Oct. 2S. Wheel
I'M. to s.
lie TrjrT1 valley Kellway Com
pany is uteuiplatluK the building of
a spur south of the main Hue just
above Ixckhart station. There Is a
Hut belt of timber in the section
through which the Hue will be hmlt
and it is the purpose of the company
to log out this Umber
TWO artoade of cevairy horses w,-i
sbippid m,,i uight to latthiop Mo.
1 hem 1 to go to South Africa They
were purchased by Captain Orlsaell.
oi Sheridau, Mo
j 1 A T E DEPARTMENT NOTI11ED
BY AGENTS IN THE EAST.
A Sofia Cablegram Aserts That Sin
Young Bulgarians Have Banded
Themselves to Search for Her and
WashlliKlon. Oi l ."1 I lie state do
1 ill 1 1 in -nt has been BBClBOd by aaeuls
in Consiantlnopli nml Sofm that com
mUUhatloii with Miss Stone has been
Sis Gallant Young Bulgarians.
S iii, itiiiaaria. Oct H six yoBBg
Million inn have banded themselves
lOgethOI to sell 1 ih tin Miss Stone and
Mine Tsllka With the couaeiit of
Ho llulKatlan authorities they left
lamahot lot Mehonsetai nh tins on
i) i I in view 'I'ln' abai'in e of news
alum! Miss Stone has led lo a revival
ol Ho report Hut she has already
BI.(M)I) RU RK)T KNDED
BALLTOWN. LA., WAS THE 8CKNE
OF A CONFLICT.
The Dr.it' l Iff la Nine Negroes, One
Wiotr Man Trouble Arose Over
Restaurant 1 ,, rose at a Camp
Mrrto i Srvrui Were Burned to
Deatn. One a Negro Child Precau
tions Again. t Another Outbreak of
New lb leans tl,-!. ill, The Bull
town race rloi practically is ended.
BBd although first reports worn B
BglrerS ted tin .lash was one of the
bloodiest in thi hlatorj of the state.
Ten persona nun rolorod ami ne
white an ib ud tlrent unreal la felt
at the arena 01 the trouble, and. while
there are t,o outward simia of a re
newel ol hostllltlee, preoautlons nn
being taken to prevent another onl
ine ii, N, tin Loll, who refuseil to
take out 11 In 1 use io run a icstaii
1 am ai a ramp iiueiina, cauaed the
trouble Whet, a stable and Mmse
staiieii on the pin. e to anforoe thi-
law. Loll ami s. vital other tiearoea
bnniended themaelvea in the rnnhnu
1 nut Irlng lli)'ii llu poaae when they
When tlir Killing Occurred.
The rlghl became geaerali nogtood
on tin' outBlde coning to the aaals
tat i their barricadod brothers.
The reutuurunl nhoily as it red,
Wheretipoa l.ott ami another nearo
emerged trlng into the whites, kill
ins lot Beak ami aertounly wound
Ins another other male membevs of
the barricaded party tried to escape,
hill all Ben Shot down l.ott's h'ad
was ''iiowi off After cooeuttou of
bOBtllltb s livi- ileail ileal oes. three
neKi ' ssi s 1 ml one nearo child irotn
round, loin oi the latter hav'.iiK tssen
Inn m il lo denth In the restaurant
AI- I , HLD GEN. BOTHA.
uoer Leader Waa Surprised at His
Leaflet and Had Only a Short Start
01 Effrcting Escape.
Pretoria, Od n Oeheral Hntha to)
llB) lei 1 I v r a i'i il 1 apt 111 e ul t he
blinds ol Colonel Itciilltliltoll's forces.
Ill nun. Imi an pi i',,',1 I lot hit's l.nuii
the Hoei lender em aping by only a
tew hundred yards star! Motha left
'n 1 at revolver ami papers behind
in tin High) Ten prisoner were
laken Including Oonmnadaal Hans
Valuable Postage S'amps.
In nn- n 1 hi edition of the I'an
t aire lean twoeonl pontage stamps it
found that tin' UluatrntloB was
printed itpelile down, nml as only a
lev ul then wen .l. I hefot, ' being
111. Ill I tin Milne n Mu m hii bi-ell
Klcatl) ii leased I'eople who have
out e used Hoatetter's stomai h Kit
oi i'ln, ' .1 vim Ii 1 k Ii v itlii.il Inn )ii It
as 11 1 h 111 H v medicine It Is tor weak
1 lib' and the nun ' Uellcatl atOSBBOh
'tin retain it It restores the appuilte
ami stimulates the dlgeatlvi organs
I In 1 . lo e v I 1 ,1 1 line all I he mill IllVe e
nil hi fron the fisiil ll has a rooofd
of iitty yenrs of cuiwb of indigeetion.
dyspepela roaatlpatloa, and tiatuieuey
to Its rredll We urae you to try It.
Tin genuine has out Prfvahs nie
Slump over Ihi' II)') K ol the bottle
A trust norths
la-en I 111. .1
Miss Stone Is
Losyaos Oi 1
ii m it is 111 i iitmlution here, says a
ilia patch from Soda to tin Inul, 'lei
"giaph that Miss Sloin la in the
villag)- 01 lillia close lo tin' lion
Where you gmg get
what you want ami
got it inrvet right
titlB I AI MM AIM
Our Car Load of
To OeQfM OUl il soon as poitibll in n!ur to niitki rOOtn
for auollioi 1 ai in trnvDlil
PinaOf ate living solil at sui iiiisingly low prices
to some oi 1 lie leading citizens of this section
I )o not ilt-lay getting a piano at once aa you will
gel tlie bargain ol your life il you tmy this inonlli
Sold en tiaay Time Haymeata.
Almost kvery riigli tirade flano TUde tu Chouse I mm
Wakefield & Failing
Court Bt root, La Dow Hlk PondUotoa, Urtyun.
The Origiuul Worceaterablre
SIWASI OP IMIUbflOMS
It is highly approved for the de- lkhalymmebnykonh
licious flavor which it imparts to y 6
fSoups, Fish, Game, Moats, Salads,
Welsh Rarebits, etc. cw ouscAaaroaB.aanBahVih