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DAILY EVENING EDITION
Eastern OregOfl Weather
W,,,,m1,,. bi prrl
J5c A WEEK.
PENDLKTON, PMATTLLA COUNTY, OREGON, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1901
confidence In the president's bciisc of
Maclay Must Rcaign.
Washington. Dec. 21. Secretary
I Loss, '' ordoi of Prooideotf Roosevelt.
today demanded the resignation of
Edward Maclay. the historian, whose
! . ai I on Sehlcv. hrnndltie; the latter
as a coward and caitiff, canned Schley
to demand a court of Inquiry.
BRILLIANT WEDDING OF
HELEN GRACE IN LONDON.
thi the President
, , Hand in the Contro
f Holds He Has Right to
... mm 21 Secretary of
tt tK.ot. aoprovi il the
.k- Uln i ntirt Alter
a lOfJBP "i tOO nnd
m the full i OUIl arc an
itke ftrt-tary ooattBUM
iUr (Kjiiitti on which the pre-
tier Mflfl 1 1 OBI He opto"
t tM tnajoriT is phvtu.
..... ..i... ..r si
ft, lortner l'"' "1"" VI
tac .m'' MfjMl Willi iv
it quntioDH ni command on
ot July I, UN, and 01
lor the ensuing Ictorj .
. ik rl It. tlluLlllL' nil
i midum. ii" opinion on
ess ft innrot i'i indeed.
ropiiHt. take tin oilier
Hdttri' on these questions
i inquiry having bMB ox
Uj court The deporttoonl
ft. iniiiniui'inlaliiiin- in llic
Vi (urtli'i lr lings In
w pnemtea '
Rmal tne ntultnk's LOBf
Mtrr tn Sampson imtlfyliif
irtion will Im
awtit Oat in,
M. Bit. It. I 'rcMUl.nl
t report..! nda to have
M If in the attitude of
rparttcent with regard to
i allKiii to have said
NjMBM nn. 'tint; that
nally lie might mil have
ifrtle the verdict, hid po
MOUOdei III ell lei ill the
kin il right if he cared
H He did nix uv directly
aM dip into the conn over
w i' Hear that he would
BW If ke ell mi ilimuiNi il
II IN TROUBLE
WTME 8CHLEV MATTER.
I Commented Unfavorably
tfict jnd Ma Be Rcpri
II II Ul .cpo.to.l
I Root H ntkinx eognii
neril MUaj InlarVlaw,
njivoralily uiioii the
I eV-hlH) court, ami hus
for an explanation
nplanatmn mad. was
uttifartiiiv Tii.. ui.i...
Became the Bride of the Earl of Don
oughmore Reception in Belgrave
Square by Her Father.
London, Due. 21. Tho American
colony In London turned out In force
ccptlnn at the residence of the hrldr'a
(iiacc, in New fofki and Karl linn
oughmore. Tlie cereinotiy, which was
Of tt brilliant character, look plnce at
St. MIchnel'H church. Chester BajUBM,
and was followed hy an BlBbomtO re
ception at the residence of the bride's
lather. In BolfJTOM Sfiunre
New fOfki Dec. 21.-MIhf BOlOM
(trace, who vvus married In London to
day to Karl Donoiighmorc, In the s -c
ond daughter of Michael P. Oracc,
brOthOI ul i I Mayor William U. Oracc
of thlH Ity. She luiH made her 'i ime
In Km.'lnnd with tier pnrenta for hi i
nil yearn, ami her family and that Of
Karl Ihinmujininrc have been on verv
f i loudly ternm. the father of the nffti
enl earl ami Mr. Oracc bttal Jointly
Interoated In Pernvlnn tlnancen
OF THE MERCHANTS
PtMidleton Business Men Talk of Unusually Busy Holiday
Trade Banks Give Good Testimony.
"Our aalea are heavier than at any previous time amcc we began buai
noaa in P. ndlcton." "We have had to put on more extra elerka than ever
before during the holiday aeaaon." "Trade waa never ao good." "80
many new reaidenta have come here that that alone haa caused immenae In
crease in the volume of busincaa." "This ia the best town for retail trade
I ever aaw." "At the preaent rate of increase, Pendleton in 190b, when the
Lewie and Clark Centennial beglna, will be double its size as indicated in
the cenaua of 1900." A few expreaaions made to an Eaat Oregonian report
er, as he interviewed the merchanta of Pendleton regarding the volume of
trade during the paat few wetkr. . .
THE NEW YORK MARKET
Reported b I. L. Ray A Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Bo.rd of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers
Ni w York. Dec. :! The wheat
market was PtrotiK from the start to
I day and ( loses near the top. Liver
'pool was Mftltr I lit New
York opened fc higher. 8B, and
closed at 86. ChlcaRO opened at 80V4
and r insed It. Tho export shipment I
for the week. 4.332. 8.12. compared with
1,123.000 for the same week last year
Closed yesterday, 8fi.
Opened today. 854.
Kane.- today, 8Rr(ff8S
Closed today, 86
Siik-ai . 1 1 .V
St. Paul, 164.
I'nlon Pacific MCV
Wheat in San
DISLIKED BY THE PEOPLE
DEMOCRATS AND REPUBS
New York Vacancy Cauaed by Reaig
nation of Nicholea Muller. of the
New York. DOC 21. Iloth the re
publicum- and democrats hold tholf
conventions tonlKht for the notnui.'i
ttOBfl of cnndldntes to fill the vacancy
caused by the reslKnatlou ot Coni.reHM
man Nlcholus Mnller. of the BOVeStk
district. It HI conlldently expected
thai Perry llcimoni will be the man '
ard-hourcr of the democrats. wlill If
dlcOtlOBI stroiiKly point to the uomlna
lion ot Cornelius underbill b thi ' "'
BttMiaoao. If Mr llelnmnt und Mr
Vanderbilt. both 01 them mlllionair "
with ililluite resources 111 their com
maud, are the oppmiuK eiindiilui' s
lively conlesl may lie looked for. even
thoiiKh the district Is BtrOOgty demo
erotll The ejejotloo if- 10 lake place
The Kust OreKonlan cnuaed the In
1 tervlewInK of the merchants ol Pen
dleton, yesterday and today, with the
; result that it la certain that this town
is Just now enjoying a retail trade
with the ity and country laraer than
I at any previous time In its history.
Trade has been rushtUR In a degree bo
great that ull stores have been com
pelled tu put on extra lorcea of clerks,
in some instances twice as larye as
at auv mrnicr holiday season. The
Kust Oregonian hus pleasure in lead
llIK off with the stuleineut that Its
subscription clerk reports such 11 rush
(d renewals and new names on tht
books ujul Its advertising muu that
Ii. bus been kept so busy with his de
psi intent, god the foreman of the me
ehoolooJ 1I1 purl ineiit that In has had
so immense an amount ot work to do.
that he tail uml winter of I Ml will be.
remembered as the beat In the 00M4H
of this paper. There are no grumhli iv
ttliioiig the I'euilletou Ulcl'clKMIts 'I'll 1
aie cheerful, and It wus a pleasure to
go to them and ask concerning the
ttAti ot their trade In each IpptgPQg.
the aiipeuruiice of the store, lib' rush
o! 1 US'olUers. the lllfRe (OfOOg Of s.lles
n 11 ami salesmen, the general git
ol irosMrity . all these bore out lliei
talk uhotit good tlBMI now the lot ot '
the man who sells goods in I'. ti'lleton
liiticnvllle. Teun.. Ie'. 81. A bihc
ml election Is in progress here 'od'iy
to decide the illest as to whet'e i
the ineseut charter shall be repealed
and the town he incorporated under a
barter prohibiting ..i'ooiiu. Koch
side of the question bus anient suport
ns and tin campaign Int.- been oil
in most spirited In the historv ol
The Banke' Statementa.
('. H Wade, cashier First National
Hunk .liidgiug frOM the deposits cone
lug here holiday trade must have been
good Indeed tin ii is activity very
Wilier. movements ill grain, livestock
und sheep and wool during the season
haw been such us to show exceeding
nrostieritv n. our people I see
BOM is goon, holiiiav trad, is fBlU
Haer & Daly--Christmas does not
affect us much, but we teel the fb
of the Increased trade some.
T. C. Taylor The holiday trade ha
heelt good. Commenced early. Such
as carvers und silverware, we have a
great run on.
Hrock A: Mediums- Our trade hut
been good for the last week; lust tor
Tnllmnn Co. Our holiday trade
has been good; excellent.
Hansford & Co. Trade is good, al
though we handle little of holiday
L. O. Fraier Holiday trade has
been very fine, all the week: com-1
menced early, and Increased.
I. Hun.lkey My business has bOOO
v. i.i good. I f.. the effects of Christ
mas trade some already, but expect it
to be better from now on.
Wakefield & Palling - Holiday Mad.
hns been rushing. Kverybody Is buy
lug pianos or organs
W .1 Clarke A Co - Holiday trade
has been exceedingly good; very sat
isfactory. Indeed, for the past two
Q. A. Uobiifna. "The Owl" I have
had a better trade than for years.
A C Kocppcn & Co. Our holiday
trade is much ahead of lart year. I
attribute the increase to advertising
and am well pleased with our trade
'''audi' tiotlon Husiness is rusk
ing. They keep us husv making can
dy for the holiday trade.
R. Martin Our business has not
been yet affected much, but our har
vest will conic today anil on Mondsv
'red Noll Our holiday trade Is the
best In the history of the store: com
Swimming Rarea at N. Y. A. C.
.New York. Dei 21 All ot the erne1
a nut taw iwlmoaiti of the DMtropoll
(an district are entered loi the swim
ming races to he brought off tonight
mi. ict the guaploea 01 the New 1 ur
Atlllelle t'hlll Tile eVCIllS Will be a-
itkt HecrotHri Itnm milt follnwa liMi vunl scratch, open; 100
I" (ireniilonf r...i.JI... . ... . I ,,iun Mill V Hi ll lnvilatioe
. ' O.IK ' "I
there is a possibility
m a reprimand
hi. 21 Secretary
Mof Presi.le,,, r
PI offlelal relink, t
Moo After it was
01 mrooon. Mile 1 1
' m VBIeb
0 to the
5 M hud
01 . no reason w liy P.
In . '.unity Khoubl not
Christmas. II good
tribute to the brightness
sion as. of course, they would
T. t! Morris, cashier Pendleton 8uv
iugs Hunk Our deposits are $200.11011
larger than at this time lust year
with Inrraoga In loans and everythinr
Indlentea loteoae activity In ull Hne
of Had. Tin- holiday season hu
been . . client evidence ot the me'
OOOnta' irosierif y.
Senator Hoar to Speak.
HOW York. lhn -1 Koteiutli.is
rlavy iH to 00 n'lebruted In New Eng
land Society of Brooklyn tonight with
a uotuble bituquet Among tie- pr un
pent soakers to be beard lire
im Hoar, of MoBgoohuootU
til.rp'ed earh we lun. 1? 1 1. I :n
ndletou and the n t 1 x
gflJOJ I pbasuut Younger Son Our hoofBOgg hus
times would eon 1 Increased wondeiinllv diirlne the nasi
ot the oci'tl u nionibu i.lihon.'h mm tmm liltlo
effect yet from lh holiday trade.
M. - Hadcr My Christmas trade
has been away up: very little cheap
stuff has been bought for presents it
ill having been substantial ROOM
ranging from a ISTiO rocket to a $3f
(ienxer Hrothers' Shoe Ston Our
trade Is better than usual
George Deinott Husiness Is rush
ing; better than usual
Pendleton Shoe Co Trade Is
Kept , sen
h -,.0:1 ii.iiv,. rhurles K I ittlclb hl. of Mii'iu
vi "v pr, , and the HV. S. PorkM CiidPiiui ol
Merciiinta" Glad Chnatmaa Storiea.
It Ab xainlei Trade is (iiit good
We an leellng the effects ot the hoi 1 inK np with us all the time and Is
Iday uurobooioi already and expect it 1 such ns to make us glad we are doing
to Or b.ttei tin next lew days. BOOloriii in Pendleton
The Peonies Warehouse- Husiness Baker .x PolaOBl Have had th. best
He ia an Unlovely charactrr Cold.
Selfish. Narrow Haa no Social In
cllnatlona Popular with the Jeauit
Prirata of Austria. However.
Vienna Die 21. The heir apparent
I to the Aii. tiiun throne Is the Arch
duke Kian Kerdltiaud d'Kste. a neph-
ew of the emperor, a son of his broth
or. Kail Linlvvig lie Is :; years old
and from all reports an unlovely
character, although people do not pro-
l ' - to know lllill W ell He Is cold
scltish. narrow and atMObOfO of ills
position and retiring in habit: without
social iiniinutlon, hut very fond of
gun and rod and spcnd post ol lib
ttOM liuiitlng and fishing. Iast year
In boasted that he had killed 6.11110
Kl.u aiwl II fci It... I. lul.
I ......r. b.iii in nmr n". ill' ii.ii.i.fi ..il. ,
I which lie claimed to be the best re ,
cord made in Austrria. but the average
man w ould OOt OOMldor It anything to
be proud of It g tnin h BtOTI like 1
buti In rv than smrt.
F idlnutid said to i nuiiopiilar
With ever) one except the .l suit
priests, and according to the faooroJ
expectation when he conns to tbol
thione the government will he man
aged by "the black pope." as the po 1
Mtical clergy an culled In Austria 1
. roHftOB ! free: the state is Indepeud
ut oi tlie 1 hurch and all religious pro"
, fissions are tolerated upon an equal j
footing tor porOBOM "' woishlp. In
struct Ion und charity Seventy nine
p. r cent of the entire population are
Itoiuun Catholics. 12 per cent Oreek '
Cat holies. ." per 004
Moli.iintueilans and 2
ants 1 lie emperor and the govern
BIBBl generally are Unman Catholics
but tln r,. has liu'ii a long struggle lor
supremacy here between tin- I beral
j and eouservath. branches 01 the
church the latter known as the
black pope ' represented IiV the .I.isll
Frooclg Joseph Is inclined to be a
liberal alt.lioiiKh he has gn at qifjcul
tj 111 escaping from Jesuit control
Fran Ferillnand dors rot conceal bis
syinpailiy with the ultra ous. 1 vatlvc
faction and his opposition to tin- liber"
It Is also su ni that he lucks the alni
ity. tact ami good sense of his uncle
which lias b.-en so well display I In
the gov ( mm. lit o' I hi AlMtrlgB em
pire, and those who are solicitous
for tM) welfare of this ounery, will b '
ploie his accessslon to the throne
HIM DOWN AND WENT ON.
Claimed the President Protected Him
aelf From a Preaumed Assailant a
la Marquis of Queenabtiry Denied
by Police ard Dctectivea.
Washington. De, 21. President
Koosev.it, whtie walking along Mas
.niisctts avenue on Thursday ,veB
'ng. was npproachod by a stranger,
who laid lis hand on the prealdent'a
ftrm and shoulder It Is reported that
the president thereupon promptly
knocked down the fellow, and pro-
di .I on his way with la fib tid. The
secret service and police depart monta
pro!. 1 without knowledge of
1 In encouuler lord Pttiinccfotc, the
Knulish ambassador il.t 'o have
witnessed the affair.
It wn learned this alt. riHXM the
man who wns bollOTOd to have made
Hie attack was Intoxicated ami either
stumbled against the president or
aimed a blow at him The man fell
to the sidewalk, the secret service
man, OhO was a few feet boklMl the
residential party, nssiatlmr In up-
ttlng him He Is unknown, and was
taken Biro) by his cnmpan:oti No
Htt.miit was made to detain him.
KNICHTS OF THE GRIP
They Were in Amea, Iowa, Today for
the Secend Annual Hee'lntj of the
Ames. Iowa. Dm 21. The ae.ond
annual COOiOOOUOO Of lowg Statu Cld-
ocs (In Cbiiit ri i'r...iing Men's
W.-iii lllt'iill "1 In. . .1 1 . lied 'lM
ioihij and will couliuite Ihrough to
0M9 iow The gatin i lii' was .-ailed to
Order at s o'clock this morning by the
state pr. siib nt. V II Duiuer, '
Marsballtown. The OOOMCrOttOB meei
ing that follow, d was led by chart 's
K. Kan. of Mason Cu. state vico
pnsldeni Reports showing gratifying
progress In the work of the nrainlzn-
1 1011 Were inc. 1 pi. d w State li.ii.lt..
Jew I pat . . nt j w 0 Wright, of Nevudu. and by other
pet cent protest oBoeM ol the iissoiiutlon The bust
BOM ol tin OOOVeoUOO will hi finished
this evening and tomorrow will te
.Hen over to nilglous aerrleea
NOR MAY FOLLOW GAGE.
Crtnt Offered the Treasury Portfolio
-Today He Went to Washington
His Deciaion Will Come on Next
Monday To Conauit With Rooaa
velt on the Subject.
HOB tOO, Dm 21 It is announced
ut the nHlcc 01 Coventor Crano this
morning that the goverum had been
called to Washington upon the Invita
tion of President Roosevelt, and that
'In- tf utury portfolio hud bMB offer
ed hilii The governor, it Is expected,
will announce hie decision Monday
better than lust vein
aor a . fMlinj
holiday trade to 'quit.
Plini camlioj are mad: ly (lie
Wlmn Kipp Co, -if Spokane. WmIi .
1J -' C Kocppon a Bran.. Ib drus
JWlon Court streol tbutr UK'-'ins f''
Jrnlleion ,,. ptjm chia,,. aiuj
7""oni it. i;,j.llantee(J U) jeasc. 1 1
m W "ol ti,(; fu-sbest
'K Ho 111
can. Ins yon 1 vii
I tack tn Km ppen's
"will nfund v.iiii
ID iw.. V
STORE ON COURT STRUfcl
is good Much
ii am itrerfoui
tile .licet ot til.
The Si Joe Ston OtU Chiisttnii
nude is pood il- best we have had
The holiday trad.- is uffeeting ns am.
aa hove no nom plaint. Our busines.'
hM t alm d wooderfulll during tie
past fOW months and I attribute Su
per cent of this gain to advertising
in the Kust Oregotiini
Cb aver Pros Dry Hoods Store Our
trade is very good Are huving a good
tradl In tOO lighter articles for Christ
mas presents and our nude in heavier
inn- pever was bettor. We feel th
effects of th extra holiday trade to
quite an extent.
lie-tup Store Of course 0111 busl-
full trade we ever did Are selling lots
I of substantial goods for Christmas
The i-'hIi The holiday trade com
meoced earl) and continues very good
I Our store wns crow ded all day yester
! dsy and today and we expect a heav
i. r trad. Mop.lav and Tuesday.
c Rohrnittii Th. holiday business
'u s 1 n good better than usual
Standard Orocery Our trade has
been good the past week and we ea
rn ol better business from now until
after the h'dldavs
C C. Sharp We havt had a fl'.i run
M picture frames Husiness Is better
Huwiey BrM W have had a good
trade, especially on dishes and our
sroeerv trade has been good
Jers.) City. N. J. Dec 21 -The
east bound passenger on tin Erie rail
road was derailed
this morning at
The engineer and sev
eral passengers were injured.
injured two OtBeri
Home, uec 21. The Milan express
collided with another train at Malag
nano today. Six were killed and flf
Pittsburg, Dec. 21. A boiler explo
sion at the Einger Ninmick Crucible
plant this morning badlv scalded eight
Lyons, France. Dec SI The Gene .
va expreaa craahed into a tram car
here today Four wen killed and 20
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls,
BO.Al BAK INC. l"jOt CO., 100 WILLIAM 6 T. NI VOSN.