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SEE OUR LINES
Of Winter Goods
Lined (i loves
Hats, Cap and Shoes
Our Prl cs arc the Lowest And the 5am to All
BAJER $ DALEY
Ont Ptioe Olothisrs, Futnuhm and ffntttr.-i, PsndUton,
I KIDAY, DKt'KMBEH , Ml.
Kruger has not fi daoldad whothei
Ba will visit America.
Charles Copptnaer. a wealthy Tc
a cattle danlar, i 1 t Colorado
Th BrtUeh era oalei gadded tint
correepoadenta at tin trout nauai
Th.' strike ot railroad awltchnei
oil tin' Denvei A.- Bio tlrande ami S.n
tu Pc roads wax 1 1 d oft li is 1 1 n -
gomtooo to be an uncond I tl oonJ rat
IBBdai of llM strikers
Tom Bhnrkey noated fortaB of
IS.M0 with a challenge to JeaTrlee lo
tight for the chejapiooeblp. Ha nlao
posted jMoo on behall of Duve Bui
iivan t brinj about a nntob with
Tins hanni'i V':" in Iron ami t I
production btda Mr tragi all Indtea
tloii today to be succeeded hy v.'ii
a nrantai on urn withstanding tnat
this y.-ai elnnaa on the blgaeel point 1
ot tli' months
Th. ti.'oin. w. Qtbha Coatpaui and
Mill. r. SI oss a.- Si ott. 01 San Pramls-
in win be nailed anrl) la tti- ynnr. I
a nun corporation is to ha Fomiad
with a capital Monti of $1".' 90,90 .'
tln n iiN inakliiK H the largest nierean
tii' oaoara on the Pacific aoMt Th",
corporation will ileal In Iron at ! ami .
untie ra I hardware
-li. .ii. Bdgar Weehe, of.
Michigan, who arrived (ram .Manila
on tiic trnaeeort Haaoooh i i
"Thi- m w BMtaod t edaeatlni the
natives us adopted b) thin iuiaia
mciit is wrong. IteMm-ii h. idnnMe
young ladies fuun Vassal- ami otln i
colleges wont ii .vii tu hi IMilllii
lilni i t ' 'Im al these natives. Tin .
have hail to put up with all kinds oi '
prhratloaa ami to . at natlvr looi I an. I
III sunn plui 'S thi'lf lives have lie.",
In danger. I thinl. this is entire."
naaeceeaery. in plana of the raaan
tallies ilUrhai'Keil Kolillels of eillli'H
tton. w ho have liei onie ai I'liiuuii "I
nhoulil lie appolnieii ami the younK
lailn iii.mlil he sent home
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS
aaator Simon said I regard th.
whole mcssiiKe as a masterful effort
on the part of the president.
The Order of the Cold Belt ' is the
latest out in Portland u branch hav
ing been oiKailled there hist HlindgJTi
Senulor Mitchell approves the mes
suki .-.specially that portion of It tha'
(gvara tii Nicaragua canal Ohlaoaa
excliiMioii ami the suppiession uf an
archy. The iiatKe c. h Whaatar, arhteli
broka adrift froat tin- tuu Qoovga H.
Voshiirg. while heiuj; towed from
Nehulem. went ashore Thursday
morning in the breakers at a point
two miles south ot Yaquiuu Bar.
I'ort land's city council lius parsed
an ordinance empowering the com
mute up health and police to selee;
a site for a rock idle in enclose u
with a fea e ami to provide ways and
means for making prisoners work It
has ) ii hailed as a good thing
Mr Moody said It is an able iMid
unique document I am especially
pleased with the importance he givs
to topics of vital interest to the Pa
cldc coast, auch as the Nicaragua
canal. Chinese exclusion and the re
clamation ot arid lauds.
There will 1m- no canvassing in out
side communities for the l.ewi- and
Clark fair until the supplementary
artii l-s shall be filed Increasing the
Mthorlaed capital from M00.0O0 to
$.ri" When this stage of pro
ceilings shall have been reaxbed It
la expected that the new capital will
be filled as promptly as the $:iiin.iiu.i
The Salem Push Club has a propo
sition relative to the building of an
electric iin' of railroad from Salem
to Bllvertou. which was made hy Col.
W H Hurgliaril who exhibited let
ters from eastern capitalists showing
that there will be no trouble in Allan
orlgi the enterprise If the require
aata a''e complied with. They de
mand a bonus of 1)10,000.
MUST SERVE MUCH LONGER
LOST CREDIT OF 2? MONTHS
BY ESCAPING FROM PRISON
Charles Webber TaKen Through Pe
dleton to Return to Walla Wall..
WBrdeii Catron 01 the Washington
state pealteatlary at Walla Walla
paei throiiKh lure yesterday with
Charles Wehher. an eseaped parole
or., u t. who bad been captured nl
The Dal lea.
Wohbet was paroled last laturdei
niornlai ami Jap Si ott of Wal'a
Walla oonaty, beaanaa his nrs'
friend Bcott s ured a umn in
the Walla Walla hospital lor him
ti in re lie had a Kood room, board UP i
lodgta! and lis a month aatary. He
had only DtOBtfe more to serve, and
now In- will lose the nun rill oft In
sent, lire lot 00d ll'llUVIOI. WhtCtt
wBa twenty tWO nionlhs. and fills he
win have in aerve in adlllon to ti
one month rental nlni ffoat the oiiai
uai period. Hi was aaateacetl froui
KliiK eoiinty ror six years (,. to
WEBBER 1 1 CAPTUHED.
Warden Catron Took Him from The
Dalles to Walla Walla.
Walla Will hi. Wash Dec i. Si
peiintendeni Catron ot the penlten
tlai is at Tin Dalles, Ore., today, re
celvlng Charles Webber, the tat Qei
man convlcf who broke bis parol,
laat Sunday, and made his escape
from this city Webber Is but I leel
six inches high and weighs J.'n
pounds, hence u description of htm
toon brought capture lie was nuBi
ing lor Portland, ami Sheriff Kelly hi
eatad him at tin Dalles Tonight Mi
Catron will return and tomorrow
vV'ebbei will i.eiiiii a a.'i-month term at
Ills old home When paroled. Wehbei
had hut Inge mouths to s.'He He
will now he required to wear a red
tripped "nit as a mark of UMUtllgl
bllltjr. ami lose all I In g tlnu gain
ed in Ills live years' incarceration
Improving Water Service.
vValla Walla Dei The i lt oi
Walla Walla is negotlatiliu with J. C
Thomas lor two acns oi his land l
illg Several miles above tile Clt). II,'
Mill creel. The lami is araataa "im
the large springs which are located oa
It. and the city wants to secure then:
for an additional water service. .Mr
Thomas wants fM0 for the land, ami
the city council are figuring gg mal
IBS the purchase.
Whitman Gets New Clock.
Walla Walla. Dec. 6. Whitman col
lege has beep presented With It fl.Oi.e
clock lo be placed iii the tower of tin
m v, Memorial building In the near fu
ture The donor's name caiinot he
had at preaOBt The clerk will ggve
lour (.lies, and the time of day can
readlh be sc. -n ai a distance of am
ral blocks At night electric light
will ba used to illuminate the (aooe
The clink wll be in memory of lira
S B. I.innaiil. of Philadcdphla.
Ueatnati linnat oe euro i
by locsl siilli'SliiiUk, M limy csuuu: leafh "ic
n -. r. i ..n:..i. ui tuc r I (.-( u unly utn.
w t. cure 'lusliiev- sml ttisi u by ooalltu
llonst rvunsllsM. onniiici. u rAuttM b) su in
ttsineil voudlliuu oi lim inueuui liniug ul Iht
KustAoblsu labs. Wbu Ibis lube gu iu
tikuniil you have nuabliag louuil or n u--feci
oesrlas, su.t wbeu it n euiirei lu. 1
.iesfuwJi l Hie reull, sud uuleM lbs imliu.u.
tlou can b taken out smt IhU lulu nuturoit lo
IU uoriosl oouitlllou. bosiiUK will bo .lsstrojruo
leaeeei ; aia aaaai out of iu sre .i-- m
uslsrrb. wbicb i uoiuius but su luilsuied
coiiilttloii of tbii uiUiiouM aurfsciM- We will give
one huailrod dollsrs for suy ese ol dssfnssi
(vsu(t by cUrrh) Hist eituuol be cured bj
llsll's I'stsrrli l ure Sena for i lrcuisri. free
F. J. CHKNKV .V CO., Toledo. O
Sold by sll drusitiU. 7 c
Hsll'n fuilly I'lllt re lh bMt.
A Wise Woman."
The brilliant musical comedy farce
bjr Wilfred Clarke the talented auth
or of "Oh' Susauah'" will ahoitly be
seen at tin- Kraer Opera House with
a remarkably strong cast, headed by
Marie Lamour. for the past two seu
sons a prominent member of Augns
tln Daly's company ami Frederick
Murphy, lor the past six aeaeone a
prominent DM Other of the Jul' i Mm
ItlK lot of fine mountain cabbage for
making kraut, at Dematt'a.
WHiiRF. IS PRED WILLIAMS
MRS. M. B. WILLIAMS
WANTS HER SON. FRANK.
Thought to Have Come to Pendletor
. Durlnfl Fast Fca Month.
Tin' fhf bOBUi "I Prank William-
is unknown to his mother, Mrs. m
B, Wllllatna, o( whom the Wllbt i
Wnah., Ragtater ntakea toe tollouitj
"A ln.lv named Mra M. B, wiiiinm
in h . .I in town from Montana i rei
riayt ih'iv in ii; bed htnltli ami i
rather atialghtened elreuaiBtgncci
nanclally, She OUta In the hope H
Hading htr m, who workfA In har
vest somewhere RMT Willm,'. Sli
failed to locate htm. though rary for
tuaately, though quite tump t . i :
she found nn old rriciiii In the pi f i
of Mrs Kiii'v. with ahoat ahe la stun
plug. Her boh Prank came froui
Athena, Or., and wag In 1111s vlclnlt?
during barveet. Anyone knowing o(
his whereabouts ran confer n great
favor on Mrs WIMaHM by iBfOimtll I
RBT. or Ifttlni: him know thai the la
ban Other pa para ara reqnoated lo
maKc mantlon of lha foregoing p
POI I M) WILT 'Sn'TIMi
PHONE LINE WORK
BEGUN ON BUTTER CREEK
Ranehera soon win b Taming Ovn
Work commenced yeeterday on the
new private telephone line from out
of Reno to the Blonn Broa.' ranch on
Butter rreeh. 1 W WaHnnbj Bnd
Clarence hikks have the contract for
aetUai the ami atratchlag the
wire, and yesterday mornliiK tlu- put
a fOfae of men at work dlitKitiK tin-
holea for the recaption or the polea
W C Minns has the i on trait lor
ftirnhtMai the poles and a carload Is
v ted t" reucti Rcho from Meach
nin tomorrow Tin prOBsOtera do no'
axpecl to let the work drag until the
Ihte la Bnlahed an-t the farman mn'
to kman have 'phones in their homos'
and are able to converse with the ntl
side world Those to have the baw 'I'
of the phones are lu'din'it over tin
prop. i lltlOB.
Food Changed to Poison.
Putrefying food in the Int.Rtlti'H
prodll cey effeelt; like those ol ars. ulc
hilt Dr. Klaga New I lie Pills expel
the nOiaOUa froii Clogging the bowels
ently. aaalhi bat lurely, eurlag con
tlpatlon. hililonsness. !( !. hnndache
fevers, nil liver. I.ldnev and bowel
iraublea. Only ..'c a' Tallawn & c.'a.
t North Yakima Wnah there aaa
but nin ticket in the Held for muiliel
mil ocWoee. which was leoted by a
Htnall vote, as follows Mayor. O. A.
Kei liter, clerk. H. B Doust attorney,
Vestal Snyder: treasui.i C Don
ovau. health officer. Dr. P Prank .
councilman llrst wan' Ion:: I evui.
Harry Morgan: OOOBCjInUM Baeond
ward, long term. K. T Wyniaii conn
aUnan ttiird aravdi long bmn. i C
Liggett roaacllanan at large w i:
Grand Holidnj Diaplaj ol
( lames. I tolls. Si i
Santa Claus Ntm itiar cr
Drums, He up; huudreda ot Uu aud
wiaal toys ft, It) anil l.i eaota; magic
lanterns. 4.Si- to 8.ttS: sieiun engines,
tWr)c lo aa.Uo; sleds ami ellpOen, .! io,
. .-in -ip. ,. iron Vgaaae, Imuks, iraius
Huinlreils of game-, Inelotllai many
new oner, 6e U Dolls ami doll
iieuils immense Inn to select front.
Uasful and I sncy Uifta
Mfantoura wta ui oaliuioid ami ebony
wood, work boxes and liaskct. af
buaaa, jeweii eaaea, collar ami out)
boxes, leather gts.il,, uuaie rolls, line
Ipaatal at NatTa
Ladtaa' and (rents' Hue purser ..
itVir toll.M. ' " 1
Kasliiiaii s Trljile Perfumes, IP.-, Ufto
. to l hVi. '
Tree ornaments, Ic up, Juvenile
Iiis.k,, in one syllable, easy to read si
bine Vu .J.illn.n
Itte to $:."." for lUOMOaa line of gM
meilalliolis new subjects, new fran,,
I'liristnias uainlien, UUU and tree
candles at lowest price
The Boston S
aJUII Lull I IIBaVi
Snle for ininw
SALE BEGINS MONDAY, DEC,
. . . t a i
are making Pendleton Famous,
They can be had of all First Class Dealers.
ASK FOR THEM. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE.
DTTrVTTM TTT'v KT T7aVaaT TTrVT Mil
vsiQti t d U; (& & 9)Vj)aj)0C)a)e) $ii)e)Se)
a W. J-K 1 a m h . me
TRUC K I N(i,
T Cm R A (w KT The
1 U IX A t j
CROWNEK & SON.
TKI.KHHiiNK MAIN 4
For Health, Strength
Polydore Voens, Proprietor.
QTnnif nc nnv a
J I Wl U Iff! I la
be n Rnna d
aV.. . rA
li' li m ffl M lil IW 111 (SI ffil (SI Ai O A
The Products of
Thttiu are iuh pMndletoii Indian Kobfj, tin
"D it Plaid Bhawli, tli wonderful PendktiM
Blaukete and the Indian Bfamwli.
They are nil made Irom Eastern Oragai
Pleece V7uol, and thu dttntud for them i.eu! to
t he ir'stint Hiiiily.
As a holiday present, these goodl meet am
VX a Wa u
la I U I
v ak I V I a-sr
largeit atock in the city. It you '-trj
h We will ivc vou estimates "p
A viammotn siock ui
a mm . a a n at rin in
UAIfK. mW JaV aT II
a.. Hr t PoAtoft
I . .set