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ATT H ACTS. QUALITY DEC1DC1.
tady to Wear Dept.
So many beautiful garments have been received
that any attempt to describe individual ones
would be an injustice to dozens of others, for
from the lowest priced to the highest, each has
its peculiar charm of shape, style or workmanship.
$12.50 Tailor Made Suit
s an exceedingly pretty garment, one that should
je seen by every suit seeker in this vicinity, which
?e claim to be equal to any $16.50 suit shown at
THINGS P 0 L1TI GAL
COMMENT A3 WELL
AS POLITICAL NEWS.
kander Dept. Store
mini 1 mil ii tin 1 mi 11 1 mi 111 ii hi nlifr
IdIci arc the ban of a bachelor's
I man's as well) existence. io
the blankety-blanks are forth
t Don't worry, don't fume, don't
limply let us do the laundering,
collar bands will remain intact
end ol the chapter, we are
t of offering a prize xor a uuv
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
A. C. SHAW & CO.
Being one of the largest man
ufacturing plants on Puget
sound are able to sell you
lumber cheaper than anyone
else. New lumber coming in
every day. They also make
all kinds of boxes, including
Apple, Pear, Peach, Cherry,
and Plumb and berry crates,
and are prepared to make you
prices either in small lots or
BY THE CAR LOAD
What you buy
BIO Stock of
with dwelling and barn,
is seven rooms, uaui,
Fwood house, city water,
led on stone foundation.
lots and new cottage,
and house, $1,000, part
isonable time on balance,
;11 on installments. See
IK B. CLOPTM
817 Main Street.
i Shop for
kinds of Plow,
fagon and Carri-
; Shoeing a Specialty.
Ill work guaranteed.
EUTON St 0PELANB
SAND & BRICK.
Trucking & Transferring.
1. 1. Ray & Co.,
Buy and soil
lor caih or on margins.
New York Stock Exchaugt. .
Chlcaga Stock Exchange.
Chicago Beard ef Trade.
ws-t Srt, Fllta. Or.,
Salem Paper Says W. J. Fumlsh's
Main Object Is tho United States
Senatorship, and Eastern Oregon
Does Not Want Governorship.
The Portland Oregonlan's Washing
ton correspondent says: Cuban re-
iproclty has caused the greatest split
that has occurred In tho republican
party since It gained power In the coir
trrpssloiiftl camnalcn of 1894. Roose
velt Is manfully attempting to carry
out tho promises made by McKlnloy
to the Cuban delegation who visited
Washington last summer to find out
what this government would do In
case the convention accepted thoPlatt
amendment. McKlnloy probably
could have succeeded, as ho was a
past master in the art of controlling
refractory republican congressmen.
and was more of a politician than
Roosevelt. McKlnley won democrats
as well as republicans In distributing
political honors, and especially army
appointments on a non-partisan basis.
Prominent republican politicians of
the senato say that, by a judicious use
of the patronage at his disposal,
Roosevelt will be able to defeat the
plan of the -radical beet sugar men
who are opposing his plan for recip
rocity with Cuba. But Roosevelt does
not like to use patronage for any such
purpose, and feels a question of a
public nature of this hind should be
settled on its merits.
It appears, however, that the revolt
against Cuban reciprocity, which Is
favored by the president, the speaker
of the house and the men who have
heretofore controlled the affairs of
the house, is too large for suppression
by the use of patronage, or even the
power of any administration. The rule
of Henderson, Payne. Dalzell, Grosve
nor and Cannon hassbeen threatened
in the house before, but they have
always managed by the aid of the ad
ministration and by the power which
the f-t eaker and those men exert in
the control of legislation, to "whip
into line" enough refractory members
to carry their point. It was so on
the Porto Rican legislation, on the
Philippine 'legislation, and other
measures of less importance. Then,
however, they were fightnig on the
high .protective lines, and now they
are on the other side. Cuban recip
rocity is regarded as the entering
wedge against the high protective sys
tem, and the beet sugar republicans
threaten . to tear down the protective
citadel if their interests are touched
by granting concessions to Cuba.
These beet sugar organizers, under
the leadership of Tawney, Babcock
and Morris begin to taste power, and
it is possible that they hold the nu
cleus of an organization which may
overthrow Henderson and his partic
ular followers in another speakership
contest. The fight Is regarded as pre
saging disaster to the republicans in
the coming congressional campaign.
The beet sugar men allege that
enough democrats will be elected it
reciprocity is granted, to turn the
scales in the house, while on the other
hand it is said that a defeat of the
administration policy will mean de
feat at the polls this fall.
Geer as a Campaigner.
The Salem Statesman says it has
nothing but the highest respect for
every man whose name has been men'
tioned in connection with the republi
can nomination for governor, but de
sires to say that Governor Geer has
done more campaigning for the party
in a way that has met with the spon
taneous approbation of more members
of it than all of them combined five
Every republican in the state, it
maintains, was proud when, last Oc
tober, he was invited to go to Ohio
and take part in the state campaign
in that great state. It is recalled that
the Ohio campaign lasted but two
weeks, and that during the first week
Governor Nash's associate on the
canvass was Governor Shaw, of Iowa,
and during the last week it was Gov
ernor Geer. Governor Shaw has since
been appointed secretary of the treas-,
ury. In this Illustrious company Gov
ernor Geer met his duties in a way
that secured the highest words of
praise from the leading newspapers
of that state, many of which wero re
printed In tho Statesman at tho time.
Of course, this all counts for noth
ing with tho disgruntled, ono of tho
loaders of whom recently Bald ho
"would willingly go down to defeat
If by so doing ho could secure, tho
defeat of Governor Goer."
Tho Statesman thinks Governor
Geer deserves tho support of every
republican, and should havo It.
Mr. Furnlsh's Friends.
The Salem Statesman says: The
personal friends of Mr. Furnish know
that the object of his ambition Is tho
United States senatorship. This was
given out long ago In advance of his
active candidacy for govornor. The
governorship is but to he a stepping
stone to facilitate his advance, if
he should bo elected to that olllce
every act of his administration would
he to furthor his Interests for the
senatorship. The question of republl
cans to settle at the - primaries is
whether tho jrovornor's olllce is to be
filled for tho benefit of the state or to
become a stepping stone tor some
Quotes Union Republican.
Tho Union Republican resents the
statement of a valley paper, accord
ing to the Salem Statesman, to the
effect that Eastern Oregon delegates
have nlado up their minds to support
a man from that section for governor,
It says that if other utterances of the
paper have no better foundation than
this statement Mt would better pie its
forms and call It off. It then goes on
to say that the delegates have not
yet been elected, tho primaries not
having been held. Eastern Oregon
don't want tle governorship, and tho
politicians are having a hard time
making capital out of a sectional feol
ing which they are powerless to
arouse. Eastern Oregon papors per
sistently refuse to indorse the candi
dacy of the republicans mentioned in
that section for governor, and It is
quite evident that Goer will have more
delegates from Eastern Oregon when
the convention meets than any other
Portland Telegram: The Umatilla
county republicans evidently prefer
.Furnish to Lowell for governor, by
about 10 to 1. Not, however, that
they have "anything against Lowell,
who is an excellent man, but not
much of a politician. He might bo a
supreme court judge some day
A republican convention for tho
second congressional district of the
state of Oregon, will bo held at Port
land, Or., Tuesday, April 1, 1902, at 11
o'clock" a. m., for the purpose of nom
inating a candidate for congress and
to transact such other business -as
may properly come before the conven
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college, and shortly It will bo placed I Events Announced.
in the tower of the ineiuorlnl building. Socialist State Convention, Port-
It comes as a present to tho college land. .March v..
from a lady in Philadelphia, whoso
namo cannot bo mado public, tms
will bo tho first public clock in tho
city. It will havo four dials and lights
will be arranged so that they can no
seen at night as well as In daytlmo.
At the Normal School in Weston, on
Weston, flrarch 10. The sixth en
tertainment in the course arranged by
the faculty of the normal school, was
given in the chapel of tho school last
night. The entertainment consisted
of music, vocal and instrumental and
leadings. All of these literary treats
that the course has furnished, have
been enjoyed by the people of Wes
ton, but none more so than the one
given by home talent, last night. Each
number received a hearty encore and
the -reader, Miss Catherine LaBarre,
who was down for four numbers, was
compelled to double up each time.
The following are the names of
those who took part: Miss Ethel
Blanch Beattie, pianist; Miss Cather
ine Elizabeth LaBarre, former teacher
of elocution at the normal school,
reader; Miss Lois Lucile Peebles, con
tralto, and Professor Harry Clifford
Part of Bank Building Sold.
The Farmers' Bank of Weston, sold
on Saturday last, the upper part of
tho bank building to tho Knights of
Pytliias, Odd Fellows and Woodmen
of the World kodges. This part of tho
building has been used for several
years as an opera house. Tho lodges
will remodel it, making the necessary
changes for a modern lodge room,
witli all the accessories, banquet hall
Included. The consideration was
$1750, and the alterations will approx
imate $750 more.
Young Fellows Amusing Themselves
by Tying Tin Cans to Their Tails.
Word comes to tho East Orogonlan
ofhee, on good authority, that on Mc
Kay creek, a few , miles from town
on tho road between here and Pilot
Rock, wild horseB are being run into
corrals on Sunday and tin cans tied
to their tails nnd then they are turn
ed loose as a means of amusement
for a" lot of young fellows who live in
that section. Last Sunday this was
done, and a man who was riding a bi
cycle out that way was met In tho
road by one of these thoroughly
frightened horses and, where It pass
ed him tho road was vory narrow,
Peoplo's Party Convention, Albany,
Second District Congressional Con-
vcntlon. Portland, April I. S
Hopublicnn State Convention. Port
land, April 2.
First District Hopublicnn Conven
tion, Hosehurg, April -'.
Democratic State Convention, Port
laud. April 10.
Annual Meeting Linn County Sun
day "School Aooetatlon, llalsey, March
20, 27. 28.
Intercollegiate Oratorical Contest,
Salem, March 11.
Annual Meeting Inland Teachers
Association. Spokane, April !l, 10. 11.
Democratic City Convention, Ta-
conia, April 15.
Wash., March I I.
WALLA WALLA NEWS.
Assessing Property Band Coming to
Pendleton Whitman's New Clock.
Walla Walla, March 12. iCounty
Assessor Cadman has a force of field
deputies at work listing tho property
of Walla Walla county people, tho
work having been started this week.
Another man or two will bo started
later In tho week. This year real
estate will have to bo assessed as
well as personal property, and the
work wJH require several weeks.
The Walla Walla band is making
arrangements to visit -Pendleton, the
last of this month to furnish music
for the log-rolling to be held by the
Woodmen of the World. Special train
service is being arranged for to ac
commodate the crowd of people mho
will accompany the band.
Peddlers doing business In Walla
Wfclla county hereafter will baye to
secure a license from the county
auditor, according to a new ruling
made by the board of commissioners.
For a wagon peddler the" fee will be
29 per year; for a pack, the price
will be IB, payable la advaaefl.
In a few days the new $1000 clock
is expected to arrive at Whitman
Could Not Breathe.
Couuhs. colds, croui). grin, bronchi-
being along the creeu uanic, ano no t8i other throat and lung troubles nre
had a narrow escape from being run ' in,iclly cured by One Minute Cough
over by the animal, it would havo QllrQ, one Minute Cough Cure is not
been tho same thing had a team boon n moro expectorant, which gives only
passing, and perhaps some ono might temporary relief. It softeiiB and liqnl
have been badly crippled or killed. ' floa tIl0 ti,cus. draws out tho lnflam-
This is, to say nothing about the
danger to life, a most despicable form
of amusement, and people who aro
guilty of treating helpless, dumb ani
mals In such cruel fashion must bo
lacking In feeling for othor animal?..
S100 Dollars Reward, $100.
The readers of this paper will bo pleased to
learn that tlioro Is at least ono drea llul disease
that science has been able to cure In all its
stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh bolng a constitu
tional dlseaso required a constitutional treat
ment, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly on the blood and mucous sur
faces of tho system, thereby destroying tho
foundation of the disease, and Riving the pa
tient strength by building up the constitution
and assisting nature In doing Its Work. The
proprietors have so much faun in its curativo
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Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
Nine Candidates Initiated.
At tho meeting of Umatilla Tent,
No. 27, Maccabees, In secret society
hnll last night, nlno candidates wore
initiated Into tho secrets of tho or
der. This was also tho time for tho
closing of tho contest, that was inaug
urated a montli ago between J. S.
Kees and Georgo Bobbins, who aro
pitted against each other, each choos
ing about 50 members, who wero to
see which could get tho most appllca.
tlons during the month. Thirty-seven
applications wero balloted on and ac
cented. 21 being to tho credit of Cap-
tain Kees and hlB workerB, and 1C to
Captain Bobbins and his side. Tito
contest caused a great deal of interest
on both sides and tho aggreomont was
that tho losers wore to furnish an oys
ter supper for tho winnors, This will
come off about tho 27tb InBtant.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will ha received at
Baker & Ogg'a up to 12 o'ciock noon,
of March 20th, 1002, for the erection
of a one-story brick building at Athe'
na, Oregon. PlanB and specifications
can bo seen at Baker ft Ogg's. The
rls-ht Is reserved to reject any and all
bids for the work.
H. L. SWIAGOART,
March 11, 1002. Pendleton, Or.
The eccasloaal ad is oae of taa rr
bft methods by which to squaadsr
moaty. CoBtlauous advartwiag, e
the other haad, will fcrlaf aaata r
tuna for the mosey lavaaU. ig-KtatlMM.
mation and removes tho cause of tho
dlsenso. Absolutely safe. Acts at
once. "One Minuto Cough Cure will
do nil that Is claimed for It," says
Justice of tho Peace J. Q. Hood, Cros
by, Miss. "My wife could not get her
breath and was relioved by the first
dose. It hns been a benefit to all my
fnmlly.'" Tallman & Co. and Brock &
Two business men named Cudall
and Lewis have had built the most
extraordinary automobile ever yet
constructed, says a dispatch from
Pails to the American & Journal; Ita
owners have ordered It especially for
that thnv offer Ono Hundred Dollars for I OWllO
any case that it falls to cure. Bond for list olftho purpose of making a trip from
Paris to Pnkln. In addition to tho
ordlnnry outfit of an automobile, this
one. has four comfortable beds and a
small kitchen is attached to tho rear.
The travelers Intend to tiiko six
months for tho trip and to visit every
town of Importance between the two
capitals. They have engaged a first
class Parlsan cook to take with them,
and propose to be entirely Independ
ent of hotels.
is the most longed-for do
niru of ovury woman,
Bhu knows what u power
ful ulil Ut beauty it U,
and I'lidcuvoH to make
her own us soft, glouy
and thick as possible,
comparatively low of
them uro aware as yet
that No wbro's Ilerplcldc,
a recent scleutlflu dint
covery, will enable them
to iCh hair us thick
iinif luxuriant as anyouo
It works on a now the-,
ory of destroying the I
genu that, feeds Uwn the
hulrroot, and thus mak
ing dandruff and falling
lm)r ImioeslUe. It then
uniceudi to nroducu a-
growth of thick, glossy !
.iitii .unit puum msviuura
the pride ol its owuer.
One trial will convince
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