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WKONESDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1901
JUSTICES DECIDE TWO CASES
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS
AFFECTING EASTERN OREGON.
Myers, Reap.. v. Melqulst. Applt., For
rrer Opinion Affirmed Wright at
al., Appits. vs. Craig et al.. Resps..
Umatilla County Circuit Court Re
Supi't.'nit i nun decisions Bava I ii
handed down a follow, t uples of the
opinion having been IBOMvad hy
peputv Supreme Court Clerk Lit
Monrhoose. at Pondleton:
.lubri .Moycra, respondent, vs John
Plllon and Charlea Mellrptlst. appt'l
lant. front t'nlon county, on NMaT
Ins ornrmed August 6. JMli former
opinion adhered to; opinion by Chief
W T Wright and 8. O. Swaettham
f am .Hunts, w A. C. Craig and
Amelia A Craig, respondents, from
Vnlon eomty: w U Ellin Judge r
n. ...j Opinion by Justice Wolver
This was a suit to set aside a ton
Teyant e of a 'raft of land having n
hotel building thereon, executed bv
A C. Craig tit his wife on tha alleg
ed ground that (I was voluntary and
mailt- for tlit- purpose of dofraudliiK
creditor In November. 1M8 plaintiff-
ami defendants MMMM Wftlw
on a note of J B Katon. Jr . to the
Flint National Hani; of Tnlon. To in
dents If Umm. Eaton itavt- Swackham
er a niortajff. to foreHose whh'h th
bank instituted a suit and nlttalti d I
de mc aaaliitt the makers of tha BOta.
The prot. tds el tli llltittaaKe were
tpnllad in aaymaM M I note, and
tin bslajMM wu.s iaiii by MWami aura-
tiee f'rai-- iiavmi; imtliliiK Hlx share
wa coDttibUlad bj Ul plaintiffs, who
did so to avoid Ittvy and sale of their
pro partji undar execution Plaintiffs
O0 Itlfa to enforce contribution of
tht note, ami execution was lsaueil
on certain property owned by f'ralK
In the meantime Craic transferred
the hotel propertj to hit wife for a
consideration of $1
f'rala held that tin consideration
Matad in tin toad tliti not linlicaie the
actual Bellini! priea at tka pf ovartir !
that in will- In piirchuslUK the hotel
assumed the payment of two mort
gages aBRrenating $lon. whieh she
ubaequently discharged The tofaa '
ants won in the lower court, from lb
Makethe Hair Grow
wuii jrm ibiini-KM of Omooaa goaa "ti
liuui Urwtiut. ol urieeaa, pareMei na
Ueut skio curea. Tin. irealiiii-ui al once
Stv f a! 1 1 lit.' h.er ri-iiiovN craslSi (calu. ud
dati'lrufl, suuiiitu irnuied, ui-biug llirfssaai
ituuulatei Uu lun loilicia. supiilm. ibe
root with saergy ami nourisbmeiit, ud
ruakon Ibc luir get akea all t.- laila.
,i imtMif boalU' riil l"iial lip.,
Sw.. 1 jju . BkIoii "Uav lu UateUMuWul Ui:'."nai
for Christmas Tide
judgment of which plaintiffs appealed
The supreme court holds that, inas
nun I: as the transfer of the property
by Craig to his wife practically ren
dered him insolvent and without
M0BJM to illscharRt' his legal obliga
tions. It made a prima facie case of
fraud and It therefore devolved upon
the wile to show that slu- took the
miveyunci In entire good fnfth. with
out purpose oi deraudltiR tin creditors
ol Craig. Mrs. Craig failed to aatah
llsh tht fact that she paid an aib;
uuate price for the property, whieh is
valued at $inn to llO.OOo.
The decree of the lower court Is
modified ami tha toad Of conveyance
from CralR to his wife Is get aside ami
the sale of the property Is ordered to
satisfy tha plaintiffs' demand subject
to the actual oiishleratlon paid bv
Mrs. CralR at K per cent, pot annum
from the date of the payment Tin- iir
greeate of the sums nald by Mrs
CralR is $toui'.'!7 which Is declared h
lien on the premises In favor of Mrs
CralR superior in rlRht and prior In
tlnm to tha plaintiff' demand The
plaintiffs are to recover their costs
In both courts.
A Rarpny. Roaring Flood
VfMktd down a telenraph line
whieh Charlea C. Ellis or Uabon. la.
had to repair "StandliiK waist duep
In ley water." he writes. "Rave me a
terrible old and ouk" It Krow worse
dally Finally the best doctors In
Oa: land. Ntli Slonx Clt and Omaha
aald I hail consumption and could not
II v. Then I began iisIuk Br. Klnn's
New Dlacoverv ami wa wholly curetl
b) ill bottles." Positively Riiaranteed
im i niiRhs. eoldf and all throat ami
luni; troubles hv Tnllman Co Prlce
THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR WILL
Emminent Commander. W. T. Wright,
to be Prssent Charter will be Gtv
en tlie Pendleton Orgamzation.
I his evening, at Masonic IV iid
W. T Wright ol I'nioi gran-! fin
lent CommandiM of th. Oregon Oraml
CoaaauuKWry, Kalghta TegaplaT will
lormallv institutt- the I'eidletoi. OOM
mandei It has BaraUilON BOThoil
BOOOr a dispensation NBMgftol I
la tabave Its permanent chart r. The
member of the Templar degi-' ol
Mason i v will meet at he Taaapl loi
this Uaaortaal function, and attt - th
elaborate ceremonies, a bgagBOt will
' Isr HiTVwl In the ball O'her pii'i:.!-in-lit
Templars are cxpe- ;io t" at"
frOM otusiiii- citiea.
Those who have arrived are: W
liavi ol Cnioii ol the Oregon Holler
Mills Bd Kidtoll. of Island City of
tin I'loiie. i Kloui lug Mil'- Mr I
mis of Eugene: Dr. .lessup. ol Salem
ar. ban Others expected are: John
Matheson BT Molllter. ol I.a Grande
and F. s Stanley, or Pjrry.
Health and Beauty.
Poor complexion is usually the re
Milt of Irregularity of the bowels. Be
Witt s I. lull Karh Hibers siiniulati
tiie liver, regulate the bowels. Tall
ma n Co
A MTVloa iu liiumory of tha JttMian
toldlera or the King, who have fallen
in South A.rlca. was held In tin BOB
tral synagogue or London. Sunday
VBBing. Two thousand Jews have
lough' in the BOOT war. and 32". have
Bgurad in the casuallty list.
Tin- Newton county safe, at Dei a
tin Miss . was robbed or $4000 In pen
siou warrants, a large quantity al
i , niters' warrants $2260 In i.heck
a number or uoatofflce money ordei
, :tid a ipiantity of lamps and ovei
I IK00 In cash
AXMEN HOLD FORTH
FOR WOODMAN RECEPTION
Head Consul Falkonburo will be Here
On December 17 What Spokane is
Doing In the same Line The Order
The Woodmen of Pondlotoo are
maklUR extensive preparation to
Mtra the baad consul, f, a. Fmlken
Mtri a splendid rei eptlon on tha even
ing of Tnratiay, Nov. i". it han been
six or seven years since Hand Con
sul KalkenburR Icavt visited the neigh
bora at Pandlaum, and since thai tiun
tha I'acltli Jurisdiction, has BMda
woadarful irowtb, both In point of
membership and In the accumatatlon
oi raaarve htoda. Paadlatoi Conp,
No II that at that time aumbared
ahooi ido aihata, has new tyar KM)
wtdl on the way toward MO m Bt
and fully expects to pass the " 10
mark before tha flrnt ol the yeai
Spokam lias Riven over the List
ilavs of this week to a Woodman loR
roUtni and reception. DttriBl Th:rs
,Iiin J-'ridav and Saturday Spokane will
in is Daaam rataaMaraa,
In pi n tit ally in the hands M the
hands ol the Woodmen Some ttw or
six thOBBBad M the neighbors in in
eastern Washington will asemide. and
tha BBWaMoaBl new Bpnkaai thaal
Oil bO In their hands m Tliursdiiy
and Friday magnllltent iret step op
(lean entertainments will ba given
ami on the evening of those day in
itials oi thai ramott world's famous
masterpiece. "The Messiah' M wall
trained voices swelling the ebon h.
This rendition will ba given hv Ibe
Rpokane oratorio loatatjr, whloh is
a WoodBMll ni ganlz ulon ami has won
a high reputation In wtstern mus'cal
President vnill Touch the Betton
Friday evening will In taken up !n
pohaaa with an IflUBaaat atraat n
tBth ' which brass hand. Mr arorfca
float, military teams tlamheau clubs
transparencies and enthusiasm and
in which prominent ofluiala oi that!
stati will appear.
Satuidav tip' Rreat el ts oi i
now members will he Initiated InU)
the order at tin- Spokam- theatre, hi
tin presence of the head consul I
Falkenbllrg. the head haulier C V
Cooper Gem ral organlei llogei end
D. Htlllman. chairman ot tin- hoarn
ol bahd managers
one unique faaturs of u - irograai
in Spokane In lhat the en'ertainn i
in the theater will In started and the
bouse illuminated bv Preeldeni Theo
ton Koosevelt Hitting e tli Wi ll.
House p will start p motion
else trie entrant that win ma!e
kane theatre a blaxe or light sad .
er ill the Jllhlle.
The Pendleton R-ception.
Han in Pendleton on vt Xii"
avaalai tha WoMtaMM Bill hoi I i
lormai raeaptlon lii their loggt '
in tin Odd Fellows' I ui i
seven oeloet until algtii Al tlghi
o'clock the magllltleent street i
will tut in on Main stn- am! mtli h
to tin i-ourt house. Win d ial '1 by
graal tiisplay ol Ira a -.is iu
At about a quartnr peai algbl tii
program at the court no Use 111 is
eoninp need, which will Include the
address of welcome and tin formal
presentation oi tin kojra II
the i Hv hv the mayor, -o th at
consul and address bv i r
' h -dull exieiplijig tin Ii , n.ii i 0
tha head officers of the w.,,
Woodcraft, and the haarl h
talk from the head i-umuI, sho, Is
recognized as one of the real o frg
tt-rual orators. If. Iinleed doI the
At the Court Haii Ml
Those who atteml th. wo' il
tin court house will he sltoltted Ii
to the splendid ball and .hat dl he
given at Mush hall
The liiMlUess house il I'eud'tdOII
Will Ifeognt. the i HID Ing :
caption anil their display ism. ,
emblematic or Wootoraft will rival
each other. T C Taylor in th bard'
wan- line praBBBBi to t ! 1 a i i:m
in tha way Of an emblaiaatu Wraid
man window that can produce 1 in the
The Peoples Warehouse K All u.
del ami the St Joe Store HBd till
Hi others are each Intel .'nig to pro
duce the best emblematic window (n
then- lines It Is sale lo stv thai
Tuesday will be WooiIp in li
Managei Johnson or the I'ostal Tel
graph eompatiy Ills son ami a ae
gro driver, wen- killed near Newlou
Misx li a falling tree
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