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FOR THE COMING WEEK.
lig i? tli' jrreate.-it. opportunity that all OMD buyers T
hi have this season. we arc making specials of
1" 1 . . 1 m ... t .1
, winter guuuo. ouuivuvriy win get. muni.
SEE PRICES BELOW:
mn Flannel wmstH, Rpwm, p;
uv ' -
on Flannel waista, iptoiu price
mi Flannel waists, ipeoial price
1 lJ m -
)00 Flannel waisis, special price
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M i ' IV) illlU. ' , ' . I , . i-.ill-t l.1l III II I
,U IJ'""' . " . I I
i...... Unfta uniioiii uricc
raj i wi "--i i i
CLOAKS ALL AT HALF PRICE.
i 50 Heavy suitings, iptCUl price
Fancy Kioeroowns. special price.
Woolen hose, special I
o rt T
33 t 3 per cent off M all Knit Goods.
i mi . . mm . .a. . m m z
ne AiOMiiwr uepar.menT diore, g
m mint m i m
home Type Setter
rs jii ran
t I' V II' .'(,,,.', I I 1 II I I I I 1 I I I .
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Son n..ii...K I..... ...... a ..r.ii.r
f.'lltlM Ull'l I I I" r- ' -.
... 111. ,e hjiu mi "t I SU i II
on v one quarter horse
I 1 1 'in 20,000 to 25,000
WHERE PRINCE HENRY OF PRUSSIA WILL SLEEP WHEN HE COMES TO THE I Al'NCHT
WILL PAR90N9 HOLDS
I an Officer in the Constabulary of j
the Philippine. Living at Tarlac.
Will Parsons, son of Colonel anil
Mm, William PlTlO i ot this city.
who wan a Philippine volunteer, now :
holils a fine position In the Inspector
hip of the native constabulary of the
Islands having a commission ami liv
ing In Tarlac. Tarlac la a town of
about 10,000 population, to miles
from MalotOa, which, being 4" milcn
north of Manila makes Tarlac N
miles from the Philippine capital
Parsons writes regarding the na
tlve contingent, saying that, notwlth
standing its rather conglomerate
chnracter, It is effective and compos
ed ot men who are willing to do their
dot and who make good constabu
lailes. In the forces are Filipinos.
rorruKui-ae. sspuninrds. Mestizos ami
Baat Indians They are all drilled.
rMd) to do their dirty, ami have never
falleii to perform any service requlr
nil ol Idem.
Ills lettei stales that the province
Just now is peaceful. with little
fighting. excepting Sporadic outbreaks
01 lailiones in the hills, which are
easily suppressed. The native troops
possess one advantage over Ameri
can regulars, in that they can live on
much less ami yet 'for the ordinary
uses ol policing Hie Islnmls perform
almost as efficient services. Then,
too. they understand the country ami
gel over ,t even more easily than the
His duties are purely those ot in
I pact or, keeping watch that th
Stateroom on the Kron Prince Wilhelm.
, n w h h
lOnin across tiie At!. int.
I have been subscribed so far. but now
that the n, w association has lb
money belonging to the old team a
I a starter, the subscrintlon poptf will
be started around, and from the
; amount of ntlnisiasin it is evident
thai there will l- no trouble In Bit
posing 01 all the t000 stock and pin
1 ing the association in I position la
he "In It" wllh nuy oilier baseball o,
I gaulation In the COMBtfy nnd to s
I cure men' that can play t ny team
ironi tin- neighboring towns with BSD
arms ' f'lem e ami In a credit to Hi, town
and equipments and all else arc In
good condition lor effective work, and
Parsons lives In Tarlac In a club of
officers III which ale sonic of the leg
ulai MB) men ami some of the civil
officials Hunting is good deer and
birds being plenum: At Tarlac the
climate is better than at Manila or
Malolos. the latter city being where
he was formerly located It Is cool
at Tarlac. ami sanitation is excellent
Parsons Is In good health having re
eo ered from Ills recent Illness ,
has been trnnslerroil from lb, p:ov
Ini'lal treasurer's office to nil position
In the nathe army
PROPOSE TO HAVE
GOOD BASEBALL TEAM
Old Organization Turns Over the
Money and Paraphernalia to the
Tin old board of truster-, ol lie
last tear's baseball organization mci
lust, night III ll fflce of M A Radci will
and agreed to turn ocr all the mo., m-
ey mid pat apln t nulla uglug 10 toTBMd with several
lie in t-, the n- w baseball club This 1 radius of hundred
boind consists 01 h .1 Bull nun, Utl
Toutaoh. Oeorgi Hurt man i a Ra
dei atnl Robert Kletehei and 111 th
absence ot President Stlllniun. Mi.
Kletehei pi. -silled ovel the lleotln
The new clllli is getting letters over
day Iron 1 players who wish to play
with the Pendleton team. BBd th
managers think there will be no Inu
tile In securing plenty ot players ami
ot the best in tin- eouutry. No stock
Nothing more lias been b ard (Kill
flu lluttc leant that said n fe wdays
ago that It might conn- hcY to d 1
their early spring practicing hut the
enthusiasts confidently eXpod fhei
, . .
1 r.nons are nctni' made to lorm
lOBfm of Pendleton and other towns
Requests have been sent out for rnar
agei-s to meet hen and it Is hoped
! Ihcy will consent
Walla Walla's Move.
Joltn Sharpstcln. nvmig. v of Mm
Wnlli Walla baseball elttb, I us calb '
- meeting ot thnst Inte esl, I III has
hall for next Tuesday evening, say-tin-
sttatesnian The meetinj will i.
held In the WJla Wa'ln club rOOBM
'at S o'clttrk. and Is called ot the pit
I POM of outlining plans tot this cn
'son. ami to provide ways and im 111
lot raising money th 1 h to keep
Up with the pace ret by 1 . ghhorln .
Manager Shurpsti in has 1 celvou .
I letter from Pen, 11. ton roll Ive to
gani.tng a citcnlt and ih's mutt,:
also be brought befon the nieel
Utieh a elrcnit iuld asllv b,
town within I
and 'ii'v mlb.
hut wheth. 1 It would he advisable :
not is u mtotiofl Oood a itenr bntl
Is what the 1 pie of h. cily ha .
patronied llbi rally an ; whethet .
emi pniiesHlon.il team w i'd BfOHM
the Mime , nth isiasn or n can OUl)
be .nidged by Ihc gram. .!. le of tie
bus, bail aaaoeiotlon a en .ears in
W. C. MINNIS
SI LLS BOTH.
LINES ARE PROJECTED
1 Rural Districts Propose to
Extensive System Them
rv p lloyi antl sha(ting and
Keaerer CoaL First Clas Wood
Orders Prompily Lilled.
East Oregorran, IVndleton, Or.
TttffhifBfi Red MU ui call on
W ('. MINVh
Ottice Mnill Street, lust oi.tioslli
ford A l b, mi 1 a 1 '- butdui
a 1a Wa a Health roods
Are Carried by the
Martin City Bakery and Grocery
Unm Kocls consist ol all kiftdd crackers, wafers, luscuU, (Jranolu, cre.iin ti kl,
hack, infant food, nut butter, urauose tlnkes, granose tusc u.ts, protoae, nutlose,
peanuts, malt extracts
eduction Sale Family Groceries.
rrcpuratory to removal oi ibe
till COBtiailM at the
st.H k t I il.c new lucaiion in
the !.a Fountaine lilo k,
Valn Street, next to Joe Basler's
Th irlgld ucath, t ot the past two
cks has tied up OperatiOM on the
pioisised I u riiu rs telephone lines to
be built Hoin Pendleton blBBOBlBi
I 0111 into the wealthy farming and
stockraislng sections of rmatilla
county, but it has not stopped talking
The latest iiiov.-ni. nt along this Hue
is t build a line from tie rocoatl)
eoBBsTttotod Bcbfl liaa up stage Oniek
I to give th. turn. ers ,,! thai leCtlOB
i the beoeCi ot the 'phooea, ami tapping
Pendleton, then build out north to Ju
' pit. i giving th. laimers along this
I Mm leJephoBi coaoeotioa with town
j and also ftOW bete mtn the McKay
1 Creek counny. This plan is 1., Imv'.-
the tlrn. Macs iimb r on, system to
, lie bollt and MBlBtBiBed by the farm
Ml and called the Farmers' Line."
: with one central offln in Pendleton
The three routes will give aUuj'. (0
ta in, is tin- adwtiitag, ol t. 1,-plioni.
connection with town so they can stay
i at home and get th, wh. ai BhVkBtl 01
I any other news they wish from tin-
For some tlm. the,, farmers have
I been trying to nial-. BITsVBBeBsente
with the Pacini- Siat. - I lepBOBe t
lei graph Oootpanr, an they ftOBJd
have phone at Iheli own lioujer
and sonn haw offered to build then
own lines keep tie m up ami pay for
all the instruments it the olllpaU)
would rOBBOCl then and give them a
deoapl rale, for It seems Mist lb.
'..in pain thought the) could not ban
die a suburban line so tar away from
'heir central olti, , without more
Hooey than tin taTBMri vera willing
How etcr tin- tanners of this
Northwest country are a rustling io
I pie. They propose to keep up with
j the times at ail) coat and they con
chilled that thc could Join together
build their own lines maintain and
run them tor less money In the long
run than the company wanted so th,
idea ol the 'Faiuiers' Mutual Henuflt"
line has been suggested and there
Menu to hi no doubt now but that It
will be carried into aoTect along th.
plans abiA. mentioned
A BUSY MAN.
Marshall Field Biggest Clothing Fac
tor in the World.
Marshall Field, of Chicago, the 1 1
moils merchant. Is the greatest maun
iBfltnrof of dry goods in Hie world
besides Ills great letatl tun! wholesale
establishments which aic accounted
lo be (he greatest In existence
Where are his factories" In ever.,
country on the globe where coll u.
-wool ami silken kimuIs arc munufactui
I ed in quantities He owns si ores of
enormous taclories 111 Kuglaml, It"
land and Scotland The provinces of
Frame an- doited with mills OWBOd
by him The laid r of the Marshall
Field I". ias is heard in Spain. Italv
i" imany. Austria and Kussla.
Nor is tin orient neglected by this
master of fabrics, prodding Chinese
and the skilled Japs are numberi d b)
the thoiisards on the pay roll ol th.
Chicago merchant ami manufacturer
(u Ihc other side of the equator are
ast woolen mills in Australia. aOQ I dud
the chain extends to Mouth Amer'ca. I nrhieh
with factories In llra.il and in other
oi our neighboring republics
line would think a business of tins ,
magnitude would be enough to BMOOfl
OtJaa (he alteiitlon Of any man. but
the dry goods business wholesale u
tail ami manufacturing on a won 1
wide scale is but a small part of the
operations in which this quiet mod
est man is concerned
Possibly no one enterprise is bettt 1
known in the United Stales and more
ico-nth In Knglaud ami BBIOBO, thBB
the Pullman Bleeping Car COMBBB)
In tic 1 opnlai mlml lieorge M pull
man has eei bOOB deemed the dOJB
nam factor in that vast ami profltal
enterprise When Mr Pullman wu.i
aiu. nine persona out ol ten would
have named him as a man ol gn ai. r
wealth and Inductee than Marsh: II
Field Hut the) would have I n .11
,1101 Mai shall Field was ami la
the gr.atest single owner ol Pullnuiu
Car stiH-k. He Is ami tot j ears ha
been in almost absolute , onfrol .1
luat ast umb itaktiig ( Imago It
A Louisville Preacher Makes a SarO
mad. tiie iisM'itioti thai home
is sa'.-i in Tile 1 -Ii' 1. ,,i tiie ait
"i Afghani tan 1 hnn it is in Ba
luckj There ate mon nurden it
1 ouisMiie with Iflu.uou 1 pi,, rteav
Ihen .11 in 1 ondnn Ith .'. ost.
I hen ale more tnunleis in Kenlt
witli its t ,000,000 than in tlroat
-nil nth t- pop'iim ion 01 tiHinojMh
PlBBil) th r maw nnrden Rb
I hi I nlted sen thai th tnah
ot Burope w Ith it ilj n .1 rurket alt
out ami Ruaelan Int luded Tiaa
vui. 1 i an 1 11 art 1 - bni mi ntbet
II ..I nation approaches tins in mm
matt. 1 ot nurdei and lhaae waadh
collie tieaiei to It at, such c,iii.faB
as Italy ami Tin key when the .caa
sins knife 1.1 tt,s. naed nod sea
'How their an 1 hat. asaV
sceful passion., to 1 ui,. th.di .wts
Thia nation hs . red teorgiey
II may be hearttl) aahanie'
deposits In this
trj an now the laigesi
lea. lung $. 1 10, MO ,000
its BBV0 doubled III
1 1 it s (iei main h i t U
1 1 ' tutrla Hungarj m
101 -'I. 0 Prnni u I- .1 tM.OM aed
tie united Kingdom IIIB.oto.ooo
. 1 bout tlf
n- vi latgragL
(111 a dlnlug car of the New York
Central recently. 818 dlnnera were
ser, ed without restocking the car
The btste Would be Rich.
A Connecticut Yankee who bus no
tied thai personal pfOfMMrtl BMfJ)
succeeds lii evading taxation plop, is
es a scheme lo slop It He would lei
each man go to the public authority
and be permitted to estimate his own
worth His estimates would be a,
. .'it,, I WltlHMl a question flu n
when a uiuii dies only so much as he
or hi 1 has paid taxes on should go
o his heirs and any amount that has
'si aped taxation 10 the slate The
plan is ingenious umi might prove
equitable than tin- present sys
making personal property beat
ol its Just burden which now
on 11 ul estate How II would
111 U'-tual operation Is a prob
B. F. BECK,
Plumber dnd I inner.
Light travels at the rate of UtJtH
nub per se oml or more than seven
turns around the eiurth while you can
wink your eye Still at this ran there
ui, aoBM iter to be seen In the kf
ever) night thai an so fur awa that
If they should "go out " aa stars some
nines do it would be fa at years before
wi knew il. or before the last end of
the light beam reaihed here, trave
ling at the above rate of speed
Special attention to
ALL WORK GUARANTEE
Shop: Cottonwool St.
Opp Sli Joe Stor.
II You Want
Buy or Sell
Hobaon is a Busy Man.
Captain Hobson seems to n. ..i
busy young man It appears h is
interested 111 cotton ami 1 onlemplutt s
entering polliiis. meanwhile I,, bus
charge ot the navy exhibit ul Clonics :
ton. And then be Is doing SOOM
speei hinasing from turn to tluu ami -IncldeataJI)
gccordiBi to sou,, oil tin
special dispatches, he is getting en
gugi d to la married.
The Good A Jd
A good ad la an announcement In
brief tern. a straight from the should
er, cpnriae and to the point, telling
omnthlng In a clear and Intelligent
1. .inner and atatlng a few prje s aa
an iudl -utor of the way you sell
goods or do work - Hrookllne
Mass t Chronicle
I 1,. s Y C A H K K. K com
puny hus added 10 the staff ol On
lals u lundscupe gardener whose
duty is to oversee the decoration of
station giounds and thu Improvement
ol the right of way between stations
OK IHIMf I LSI
Put ait add In tree
1 latIHed I uluinae t
ihc hast OieguM am
as there Is no ule,
ineana of eeurliigee
great an audieiu e te
your needs a
Ihiougb the i oluejn
of this peper.
reads it. Don't you?