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BE CLOSED OUT.
Cleaver Bros, will retire and the
entire stock of
Clothing, Dry Goods
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move goods quick.
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HONOR OF THE DUD
ARE FORNINST THE CHINESE
PENDLETON PEOPLE SIGN
CHINESE EXCLUSION PETITION
Howard Karni loans
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iiuih UiUBlniii. liie i,i,. 'Hi in
-j mill mI t ' i . i
fU' o,ul Pn
Une nimmtHiii cabbage for
maoMblc rataa at Bern-
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miuri' meat, roady for
Try it I'- mottV.
ii. r Mil Ml,',' Ull II i nit -.
ItV It ( K Hell, illl S
of BM nntu crackers
I'll V .1 . Ml II IIIIKlllK
Une lots centrally located.
E. T. Wade.
itui- Terms. $200.
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Newton chewing Ktltn.
I MSl pay kSM you get a
a Dice watch.
i ami Nm ears are nut
Mlthfi un pure and
auiMTinr In amis of ('alitor
Mita liquors at Kline's
lor Sum -. Court street.
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bla ladacemunta to early
tayari this y.ar. Don't
aelectiiins ni't II you see
Boys', girls' Christmas hooks. Nolf's.
Wheat liny delivered Leave orders
at Oregou Food Yard. Peter West.
Tho proaw Rtuff. The Palm Choco
lates, at Kocppcn Bros ' drug store.
Hot Vlgoral n finest toof proparn
Hon. i'i rontK a cup. at Koeppcn's pliar
I.udion of Presbyterian churt'h
Horve chicken pic on Doc Mb. at Hep
l.lvo and dressed geese, ducks
chlckona. and turkeys ran he had at
the Standard, at tho Jowest prices.
Picture framing a specialty New
.Ine of picture mouldings Prase
tnorents for frames at C. Sharp's.
Furnished rooms for housekeeping,
ft" Garden street, from $G u $12 a
suite. Inquire of Mrs. Anna Compton
Cp to date neckwear. U W. col
larv. lisk handkerchiefs and muffler
now goods Just received at Paer A
Daley's. J. C. Hays, the horae huyer. la bu
ing horses from 1200 pounds up
Must ho sound and fat. Can be found
at Fioome K stables.
Will huve the nicest tut Key on the
market, all stall fed fowls. Call and
aee mo and leave your order for
hlg bird. K. Martin.
Mm N. K DeSpain bus sold the en
tire block ol number 217. It) Honor's
udditlou to tho city of Pendleton, to
Menry (li.rlloh. for 7W,
Lost, last night while driving out
from FroomoH harn on Tutullla road,
light weight and light colored over
coat. Finder will pleaao leave st
('.olden Rule hotel.
A picture of the F.pincopal church,
the high school or court bouse on
( 111 mi will make a nice present for
your eastern friends. The prices are
low. Owl Tea Mouse
A civil action is now In progress In
.fudge Fit (ierald's court lu which
rotor Went Is trying to collect $160
alleged t I"' due troll) Kd Mailer lot
rent of bin ranch near Pei.dleton
A carload of the celebrated Smith &
Barnes pianos have arrived at Wake
field Failing a. Court afreet. Theae
are the best pianos for the price that
are mi the market Tonic and see
A FALSE REPORT.
AN. 1st, I "02,
j m uuiiu
Mbt given with every
Story of Attempted Suicide Found to
The report was current on the
streets this afternoon that s promi
nent potiafl lady of the city had hi!
trouble with some of the family and
had taken morphine with suicidal In
tent. On investigation it was found
that there was nothing to It.
A Guardian Wanted.
A petition was filed yesterday even
ing for the apiioiutinent of A. D. Pink
erton. of Athena, as guardian of S.
8. Graves who Is feeble in body and
mind, and not callable of attending to
Ills own business.
utter Creek 'Phone Co.
Articles of incorporation for the
Butter Creek Telephone company
ware filed today with a capital stock
of $B00. A H Thomson. O. F Thorn
son and J H Say lor are the incorporators.
A Marriage License.
Marriage license was issued out of
the county clerk's office today to K.
H. Atherton and Km ma Tucker, both
of this city.
ltdaUSI ' LL'ved a carload of the latest and most
I ic styles in furniture ever shown in Pendle-
L., Vul1 wa"t something new in the furniture
Full in aiwi ;o r .
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klnln - Pi-mllc-tim
ELKS' MEMORIAL SERVICE
WILL BE SUNDAY, 4 P. M.
Mrs, Walter Reed, of Portland. Is to
Sing Three Solos.
Instead of the Rika' memorial exer
cises, beginning tomorrow Sunday, si
2:$0, as announced In tho Kast Ore
gnnlan yesterday, they will begin at
i p. m. The members of the lodge
will meet at their lodge rooms at 3.
and from there march to Fraxer's
Opera House, whore tho exercises are
to be held.
The committee of arrangement de
sire that the public understand the
mooting to be for evervono, and thov
Invite the people of Pendlton ancj
rniatllla county to assmhle at the
Fraror Opera House at 4 o'clock in
the afternoon on Sunday, and Join
with the Pendleton lodge of Rlks In a
service In memory of the Rlks who
have departed this life.
Also It is desired that the presence
id Mrs. Walter Rood. Portland'a sweet'
est singer, and. perhaps, the best vo
calist ever living In Oregon, be em
phaaized as something that will make
the services especially Interesting ami
edifying. Mrs. Reed Is to sing three
solos, and this alone will make the oc
Elks' Memorial Day.
All members of Pendleton l-odc.
No. 2K8. H P. O. K. a well as nil
visiting Rlks. lire reiiieted to "SjSJsH
at la Dow Lodge Room on Sunday.
Meeemlior 1st st 3 o'clock p. m.. to
attend in a body the annual memorial
Ml' tCM In the Fraxler Opera House
lly order of the Rxalted Ruler.
L W, HU D
Over One Hundred Names Secured in
Two Hours this Morning.
The following petition Is being cir
culated in Pendleton for signatures
to be presented to the ponat and
house of representatives, praying
them to re-enact the Oeary Act for the
exclusion of Chinese from the Cniterl
"To the Senste and House of Repre
sentatives of the United 8tates The
undersigned citizens of the T'nltcd
States residing In the Mates and tor
rltorles most vitally Interested In the
question of Chinese immigration, re
"That serious dangers threaten the
Industrial, economic and moral future
of our people should tho Oeary Act
for the exclusion of Chinese be allow
ed to expire by limitation, without re
enactment. "That. If the Chinese lie admitted
to the Pacific coast states of Ameri
ca they will assuredly in time lie oc
cupied by Chinese to the exclusion of
'That the standard of living will be
lowered and degraded by the conipe
tit ion of coolies.
"That the pauper labor of the Chi
nese will deprive Amerlcsn workmen
of an opportunity to earn their living.
"In view of these facts wo earnest
Ijf petition your Honorable Mody to
re-enact the Oeary Act for the exclu
sion of Chinese from the I'nlted
This petition was circulated this
morning by J. M. Williams and In
about two hours be secured over one
hundred names. In fact, the petition
If meeting the hearty approval of al
mot everyone approached on the sub
Ject and Is being unanimously hIkiioiI
NO SUSPICION ATTACHES WILL INVADE CONGRESS
1 1 pay to trade at the Peoples Warehouse
"Not a q west Ion able iiuallty here."
Our clothing has an Individuality, style
and beauty which place them In a class by
themselves made of the flneat materials,
finisher by the most erfecl tailoring, they
are models of all correctness Sum. n che
viots, unfinished worsteds, cheeks, plaids
and new fashionable tHes, nt $10, til JO,
$16, $17. .SO, IM and f
It's Overcoat time and damp, cool weather is bore.
This ttoW Is preeminently the place to buy them.
Overcoats In Meltons, KeiscyH, Heavers, Vicunas ami
oxford Mixtures firm ?.ao n Iff
This store is rapidly U'comlng t he shopping center
for Children's Clothing. An elegant assortment of
yOttth'l two and three dcee stills, in same material
as men's clothing, with iiiauiiiKli effects, from f'J.Oi1
Our yovth's Overcoats arc torlainly winner made of the -.nine ma
terials ai men's overcoats, well tailored. Wo m il them at ti ,o and up
as hlfrh as $1 Oft
THE PEOPLES WAREHOUSE.
C. F. WHITE HAS NO KNOW
LEDGE OF LETTKR WRITER.
Anonymous Epistles Came From
Someone Else, Says He.
('. F White, the owner of isistofflce
box UTi was seen this alteinoou and
asked what he kno nli.mt fh anon'
niotis letter wilting and how It hap
polled that the recipients of some of
the letters were referred to hi post
office liox. Mr. White said:
"I positively know nothlug about
win, the author of the letters is. and
it was a surprise to me when I read
in the Rast Oiogoulan that people had
boon referred to my box I only have
one explanation for It. and that Is.
that to throw suspicion off themselves
the writers have selected a Ihix at
random and happened to hit mine
That is the only explanation I have to
Since Mr White and wjlo have MM
suspected, several people who know
them have lieen Interviewed as to
their standina in the community and
all say they are regarded as ieaoe
tMt and law abiding CltlMM and that
there Is no ground to connect them
with the letter writing which has
caused such a stir in Pendleton.
FARMERS OF WASHINGTON
OPPOSE LIVE8TOCK ASSN.
THE LATCH STRING IS OUT
WILL OPEN NEXT WEEK.
Advance Guard of Visitors Have Al
ready Put in Appesrnce.
Charleston S. C, iov. 30. Charles
ton has hung the latch-string on th
orn..!, and otherwise made ready to
welcome the host of visitors to the
Smith Carolina Interstate and West
Indian Exposition Tie iqw-iuug date
fluds the bla show nearer couipletloi)
than Is usually the case with outer
prises of the kind A week more, ao
the management promises, and the
finishing touches will have been put
to buildings and grounda The ad
vance guard of visitors Is already put
ting !n an appeal nee In anticipation
of the opening next Monday. The of
ficial opening, which will lie conduct
ed with pageantry' and oratory, will be
preceded by Impressive religious exer
The religious servh.-s unique
among tho oxisisltlons held in this
country so far. will he on an ambl
tious stale The services will consist
of an elaborate program of aaered
muaic under the direction of Mine
liar hot of dim lesion who has organ
ixed a special chorus of 200 voices
for the occasion They w ill lie an mn
pauied h the grand organ, ralgfTWWTd
by the First Artillery Rand Bishop
Capers, of the Rplscopal church, will
preside at the services and deliver the
opening prayer. Bishop Duncan, of
the Methodist Rplscopal church will
make an address suitable to the oeoa
' ion and Mgr Qulgley of the Catholic
church will represent Bishop Northrup
of that denomination and deliver the
REVOLT AGAINST THE
RULERS OF SERVIA.
Four Thousand Eight Hundred Are in
Arms and Demand Expulsion of
Queen Drags From the Court Anti
Dynaatic Feeling Runs High King
and Wife Must Havs Escort of Cav
alry to Protect Tnsm.
Belgrade, via Bemline, Nov 30. An
lusurrtM'tlou Is In pfyress in the
southern province Of Bervla Forty
eight hundred are in arms including
mauy officers. They demand tftt re
moval of Queen Druga and her rela
tives from coil.t The Sntl-dyMStlC
feetias Belgrade is so StXOal the
kno' and queen entin. ...iisi.e .ne
palace "iily with cavalrv escort,
Demsnd That Bill Permitting Stock
men to Purchase Lands Contiguous
to Homesteads be Killed They
Will Ask Co-operation From Other
Ststes in the Movement
I scorns. Nov. no - The farmers of
Rastorn Waahington are organizing
to carry Into congress the fight
against the bill of tho National l ive
stuck association to prevent stockmen
from purchasing laud contiguous to
homestead lands from the government
for grazing purposes Farmer wuut
tho lands reserved lor homesteaders
Co-operation fiom oihoi statea la
HAS LOST $87,000,000
During the Past Year Sharp Creak
in Market Occurred Today.
New York. Nov. So. The sharp do
ollne was scored In file price of Amal
gamated Copper stock hero and
abroad on yeaterday. continued In the
local market today. Stock opened at
lm, broke a point, then rallied to
70. thereafter fluctuated till it reached
7S. There were alight recoveries
later closing st 74 There was heavy
Inlying and an evident strenuous at
tempt at Inside support There has
boon a net .hang, of r,.' points in
amalgamated from the highest price
of a ar ago today, a net depreciation
ot nearly $k7.(KMl.0OO.
For NEW LINE
. 4 tt , tf To an. I from the
i Illinois Central Railroad
We are now oft'erinf;
some of the choieeHt,
purest ttiDMi brand- Solid Trains
ies and liquors for New Equipment
taMe and entertain- Wide Vestibule.
inent purposes at
1 1 Kilolitre agent 0. I V V Co , or
avaaninaal 1 vj 1 n u H TRU.MBUI.I., t'.nu'l. Agsut,
optionally i u., .,.ijril st ,.nrlUnj, (r.
; 2Z.by bott" " The First National Bank
capital ... 7O,O0
Bought s Building.
This afternoon H. W Schwarz pur
chased at admUiistriii.it s sale the
Inilldlng belonging to the Ijinge aud
t'hadsey estate, now occupied by a
r. statirant. Juat north of his meat
market, paying therefor tll.ftou.
Family Liquor Store
217 Court Street.
Transacts s general I. an king hutlunea,
Kxi hwige siid telegraph!, transfers .old
) Ull nWMl$M NW ,,Tm ,hlK
an! prlii. I pal p.. Inta In the N'ortliwnsl.
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Special attention deseivcs to he jiven these GIovb and Cor 2
set offers The styles aie brand new and qualities excellent
Every discriminating uliopner will (uickly percieve in these 3
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values cxiraoruinary nsrKaitis.
will BUV If.M AND $i 50
WILL UUY $1 00. ti 2V i C and ij ...
IN HOOD ITYLBS
THE .PEOrLES WAREHOUSE, i
1 lie Columbia
BAH IN CONNKCTION
IN CKNTKItOK III.OCK
MKT AI.TA A WKBB M'I'H
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WHY My rsat or i.iu.ct y
Hume to-Operdtfve Company
Will build you a hums for
...99.9Q mw Month...
ill furuish you Ui. uioiMijr u
" j.y oS ,ui uiurlaayr 01 till. .
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fou Id )!. aud luuuttia Ui
pay It U. k al Ui. rat. uf Mi
ptr ue.i.lh. witSuut laiara.1 In
caa. ol daalli or Uilal illMblllly
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Help or Situation
QpfMf Main and Alts Wtreel.
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