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We Have Only tbe Most
Selected -with great care
from the lines of tlie
The Correct Prices:
Other People in town
will ask you from $2
to $5 more a suit than
we do. : : : : :
BAER & DALEY
TUESDAY, APRIL 29 1902.
The beef combine promises New
Yorkers that within a month the
prices of beef will reach their former
leyel. The .promise was made to a
committee of investigation.
Constble Charles Engelbrecht has
been shot to death in a lonely stretch
of the Syracuse road near Snake
Hill, Is. J. The police are searching
for a bartender whom they suspect of
Paris has not elected a single min
isterialist to the chamber of deputies.
Eight nationalists, six anti-minister-lalist
socialists, four anti-ministerialist
republicans and three conserva
tives were returned. It was the worst
defeat the government has ever sus
tained in Paris.
The Cholera situation in the Philip
pines does not show any improve-!
ment. Cholera cases are reported '
among the American soldiers in the !
Camarines province of South Luzon j
and elsewhere, but so far few Ameri- j
cans have been attacked and the di
sease is mainly confined to the na-'
tlves and Chinamen. f
Charles IL Hogers, a private in
Company H, Twelfth United States J
infantry, arrived in port with his re
giment on the transport Grant. For1
three years Rogers fought for his
country in the Philippines, earning a
soldier's pay, unconscious all the
time that there awaited him in Chi
cago an estate valued at $23,000.
Governor Nash has secured infor
mation of the whereabouts of llar
garet Taylor, the baby of Mr. and
Mrs. A- W. Taylor, whose kidnap
ing has agitated Cincinnati and vi
cinity for months, and involved prom
inent families in Cincinnati, Colum
bus and elsewhere. The grandmoth
er and aunt of the child have been
sent to the penitentiary for assisting
in the kidnaping and refusing to
tell where the child was.
Ernest Wilde, a British subject,
occupies a cell in the guard house at
t Jefferson barracks, awaiting trans-
portation to the .federal prison on Al
catraz Island in San Francisco bay.
to serve a 99 year sentence for
treason to the United States. First,
he falsely swore that he was a citizen
of the United States. In the Philip
pines he deserted and went into the
Filipino ranks, afterwards returning
to the army and surrendering, which
A n . 1 4 . . . .1 I. 1 1 1 . . I
tuMuiuicu mm gumy oi treason.
PACIFIC NORTHWE8T NEW 8
J. J. Burns, Portland.
Ed Bussig. Chicngo.
T. M. Ward, St. Paul.
B. C. Quigley, San Francisco.
Mr. and 3Irs. E. Y. Judd, city.
S. Price, Harrisburg.
W. A. Stratton.
J. S. King, San Francisco.
Joseph Leslie, Seattle.
I. Jacobs, Portland.
P. C. Holland, Portland.
J. H. Middlestock, Seattle.
G. R, Burton, San Francisco.
W. A. Myers, Portland.
A. J. Albring, Spokane.
S. S. Gill, Spokane.
J. H. O'Neill, Portland.
C. D. Slocum, New York.
E. P. Marshall, city.
J. F. Hoskins, Chicago.
A. G. Goldstein, St. Paul.
T. W. Jackson, Portland.
Mrs. E. E. Lucas, Prosser.
T. J. Blomont, St. Joseph.
J. E. Telling. Chicago.
Jessie H. Read, Tacoma.
J. Green, Chicago.
J. W. Sawyer, Walla Walla.
A. C. Hilton. San Francisco.
F. F. Randall, College Place.
John T. Toosong.
George McGillvery, Spokane.
Ii, H. Caston, Spokane.
C. it. Bryon, Spokane.
R. Burns. Walla Walla.
C. B. Watt, Omaha.
The Golden Rule.
Mrs. W. E. Stlmson, Idaho.
Mrs. Pedro, Pilot Rock.
H. McArthur, Walla Walla.
D. O. Saunders, Milton.
Guy Saunders, Milton.
C. W. Meneley. Chicago.
Hazel Meneley, Chicago.
Ivanette Joiner, Chicago.
W. E. Knox. Chicago.
J. G .Monday.
J. Green, Chicago. 1
A. E. McBreen, Portland.
Lee Cunningham, Portland.
C. Carroll, Spokane.
W. C. McRoberts, Spokane.
JL H. McKee, Spokane.
T. A. DeCaster. Dakota.
Mrs. M. H. Wilkinson and daughten
O. F. Thompson, Butter Creek.
H. A. Goldbeck. Idaho.
J. E .Wataonr.
There are a number of cases
smallpox in Portland.
An. old gentleman named Haskell,
was iounu dead in his house near!
Alicel, Union county, Saturday. His BTrwrOHio,crrr or tolmoi
Bon-ln-law, John Shaw, lived near ' tpcju county. M
him ' Frank J- Cheney makes oath that he i the
I ienlor partner of the arm of F.J. Cheney 4 Co.,
Thomas Sutton, a miner and cltl- do'ns oiuinea in the city of Toledo, comity
. f ,,, Aoe A I, ndte aforeuitd. and that d!d firm will pay
zen of Grants Pass, Or., recently the mm of One Hundred Dollars for each and
went tast on a visit. On h s war "err cane oi caiarrn that cannot be cared by
from Ohln tn Now Vnrl- ha tali i ! the ne of Uall' CaUrrh Cure,
irom unio to Nev, lork he fell off' Sworn to before me and ubcr!bed in my
tun nam iijiiic KuiiiK iruiu one car
another and was killed.
ill x. i. Miinnnu.i .
Thfi RrnwriRvllla rin.lr at 1 v Kntrv Piihlln.
vIHp I Inn pm.ntv ,hj I ! VM' CaUrrh Cure ii Uken Internally and
Mile, .Linn count, was robbed In j acts directly on the blood and raucous mrfacei
uruuu uuyugm, on .Monday, of JI800. 01 me system, benu lor testimonials, free.
WOULD OF FASHION
THE WOMAN OF THE HOUR
profusion of floral trimming In . in u
i inery as the present one. F,0e
'and fruits are mingled together in a
most reckless fashion, and bright col
.ored bows are added to enhance the,
Sness of tone. The all red- poppv
' hat is an acquisition iu -;;
. THE SUMMER GIRL ! espec.aUy If . be o - ;
; red about the model and tne on. .
brie In addition to tne bim -
flowers is the velvet ribbon which
composes the bow at the back. Ger
anium hats are made after the same
desitm and are preferred oy man, id
ealise the flowers are made of veljet
and besides being more serviceauie
Bless Her Sweet Soul, Everything
About her is of Interest, Even her
Gowns, riats and Frills.
New York, April 29. The woman
of the hour in Gotham is the summer
girl. Next to her pleasing personal
Ity comes her exquisite gowns
these she has for all occasions
Al- j possess a richer shading.
- . ... i i . t ... - 'torn in tiih xiiiiiuiri
ready has society begun to sunt ii ah i n.lT,nnir u tock-
quarters from the noisy city to the ; woman's shopping notebook
auiet if the countrv resorts, conse-! Ings. The latest show four str pes to
Juently there Is a 'plethora in fash- the leg. Those stripes rua , np and
Ions designed for traveling purposes, down, and in lisle cost any nere
Xwed Vp with counties dainties from $1.50 to $4.00 Cheaper t esigns
in the way of gowns and their details also in lisle in plain color red blue
intended for the use of my lady when ! pink and mauve to match slimmer
she shall have settled down for the gowns, can be bought for a Uilrn oi
summer campaign. t',at sum- . , , , .,,.
Fashions are the forerunner of In her pedal belongings patent
events In Gotham and one can always i leather is the wear of the smart uo
tell bv the dlsplavs In the stores what i man. Her boots are complete!) out
Is nest on the social calendar. Be-'lined in it. the edges being brogned
fore Easter there is the spring open-1 most attractively. Shoes are entire y
ings with the exhibitions of tailor-! of patent leather, with cut steel buck
h rtrossps hnts. afternoon frocks les. and black velvet is popular for
and all In that category; then comes
the introduction of summer gowns
and -waists, followed by the display of
mitinc pfiRttimes and traveling traps
which precedes the exodus to country j has liat heels
Among the fashionable materials
for traveling suits are hard hopsacks.
canvasses and tweeds. The next and
most useful material, which is also
exceedingly chic, is alpaca. This is
being pioduced in a variety of ways.
Nothing is smarter than a fine silky
alpaca for hot weather, but the real
hard-wearing fabric which always
makes up well Is of a coarser grain.
This hitherto solid color material has
succumbed to the manufacturers, ca
price of fanciful design and as a con-
seouence can ne nroauceu in new
indoor wear. The house snoe oi -velvet
has one or two straps and the vel
vet budoir or bedroom slipper is trim
med with bands of embroidery and
The fashionable figure varies little
in outline. The scarcely perceptible
difference obtains i na lengthening at
the front with a proportionate short
ening at the back. By this means the
skirt Is given a lift at the back ac
ceded to be a marked Improvement
upon the droop to which we have be
When in odubt as to trimming, lace
is fashion's trump card. The craze
for this form of trimming grows dally
and it is an equally smart garniture j
for hats or gowns. The keynote of
its popularity is its variety, for.
striDes or nin dots in white scattered though it meets the demands of the
over a dark ground in effective de- average purse, it also soars in price,
.11 : - t l f". .1 t
Sign. i umu ii uucuiires a luxury cuuiiueu iu
A gown very much admired and ca-1 tne elongated pocKet strings oi tasn-
liable of much service Is In dark blue , ion's elite.
with a sprinkling of small white dots
over the surface. The collar and j William H. Hogan. a switchman
revere of the waist are worked in j was caught between two cars on the '
richly shaded soft silks In close t Northern Pacific and crushed to death ;
stitching, to resemble old tapestry, at Pasco. Brother railroaders at Pas i
the bolero fronts having little knots f c0 made up a purse of $100 to help
defray the traveling expenses of the
! - C i ! 1 f.i , i . T
Hi lei-sincheii vuuuw auu orpuans anu
the Northern Pacific provided them
with transportation to Chippewa
Falls, Wis., where interment will be
made of the body.
off' sworn to before me and subscribed in my ' ' iws are seen i:
to presence this 6th day of December, A. 'nee straws combined with
The thieves escaped and there Is not
a aign of a clue. The robbery occur
red at noon while the cashier and his
assistant were at dinner. '
Five prisoners in the county Jail1
l ouium, some awaiting trial
F. J. CHENEY A CO.. TnWn. Ohio.
Gold by druggists. 75c.
Hall's Family Pills are tho best.
The Independent Warehouse.
Will be open for business, with
o hers sen-inT s0ntlnog, , 1 aml , competent man in charge, to see that
"A. ''ub BMiiuuces under con- nil cunt nntPTR ranatva nrnmnt oH
careful attention. Wool growers and
vlction. made a bold attempt Satur-
uay atternoon to gain their liberty.
A small saw had been passed in to
them by a fellow named George Bar
ker. They were all caught along
with Barker and are safe in Jail.
wheat growers will find it to their
interest to store with this house,
whore they can ship over either lines
of road. References, First National
Bank. William Caldwell in charge.
of tassels of shaded silks to match
These tassels and cords which were
used but indifferently during the win
ter i.re enjoying much popularity and
will be employed to a great extent
upon summer gowns of diaphanous as
well as substantial fabrics.
Counterbalancing all the argnments , Advertising is the life of business
against the extravagance of present j and without it business will crumble
day modes, it must be admitted that ' and decay. Julius Saul, Clothier,
nearly all of those for the approach- i Albany, N. Y.
Ing summer season possesses the per-' -It
of combining utility and bea'uty. ' sssiBjHHHiBBssHSBBssssssssMssMaisBBsssM
Everywhere are seen dainty little
odds and ends that will prove useful
to the woman of fashion, whether she
be an indefatigable globe trotter or a
veritable stay-at-home. One such ar
ticle Is a flat and nicely tied square of
linen, which when opened up shows
a sachet closely covered with pins of
many sizes and colors. Along side
of this is a small box, linen-covered.
on which is either a water color de ,
dign or a delicate tracery of embroid-
ery. Through a buttonhole worKeo
in the cover there protrudes an end ,
of bebe ribbon. A silver bodkin which
Ib slipped in at the side, gives the :
complete paraphernalia for running
ribbon into .clothing. Certainly noj
trifle could be more necessary in j
these days of ribbon-run lingerie andj
Hats show a variety that appeals '
to the dictates of common sense as '
well as the artistic temperment.
From the ready-to-wear model to the;
dressy design there is the widest i
latitude allowed and the difficulty
comes in knowing what not rather,
than what to select. A new modified ;
French sailor hat which will be affect-;
ed quite a good deal for travelling i
and outings has the true sailor crown 1
united in a brim that is slighly rolled I
all around. To some this brim is ,
more becoming than the usual flat ,
shape, shorter at the back than on ;
the front and sides. The extreme,
severity of the trimming character
istic of the former style of sailor hats
is avoided this season, but utility is i
not overlooked in the modem forms,!
nor is tbe straw of the same unvaried
color and plait as of old.
The manner of thrusting quill
feathers through the crown is very
commendable, and removes the stiff
nes sand hardness produced by the
former method of fixing them. Many
quills are curled at the tips and this
Is a decided improvement
For dressier purposes some very
pretty creations are seen In dainty
attracted a great deal of attention is
worn by a fair Gothamite whose name
Is a synonym for wealth and fashion.
It is composed of alternate bands of
ecru lace straw and black chiffon ar
ranged upon a shape which Is a cross
between a caloLlal and a trlcorns.
The sides are not rolling, but;
have an upward fiare which allows j
an effective finish under the brim
carried out in black popples. The hat
dips decidedly at the front and back
and at the latter point bears a full
bow of black velvet ribbons endinc
.in long streamers which fall to the
shoulders, If not lower.
Never has a season boasted such a
F. W. SCHMIDT
Have you seen them ? You ought
to if you intend getting a suit
made. See them and you will be
There Is No Question
ABOUT THE MERITS OF BYERS' FLOOM
It is the finest grade it is possible to make. Nothing
but the choicest wheat enteVs into Byers' flour, and
satisfaction is the result whererever it is used for bread
or fancy baking.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILI
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
Hammering It Into His
Schultz's Pilsner Beer Is Ikl
brewed isn't necessary atilj
will find that every man, oft
ness or pleasure, knows it
nothing so bracing and thirst i
ing, when Buffering from Bpiisgl
or fatigue, as a foaming gla (it
You think you have a newla
after enjoying its exhilarating Bj
Nothing is more pleasing to the eye than a beautilul
Now is the time to get your
We have the hest values from $4 up.
GHigh Grade Garden Hose at Low Prices.
Thompson Hardware Comj
I make a specialty of doing
first class work at reasonable
prices. Bring in your shoes
and let me fix them.
Shopin Pendleton Shoe Store
Makers of Happy
Low prices, cou
rPt! and MattlllE o . i
quality,, prove attractions
Thp motion of Carj;
Moaner whore best obtained'
.t , ncc in our
ilea wun prvuipi"- - vi
where good style and.
make low prices so empua
BAKER & Fy
ruken of nmii
u - tit .
rur ueaim, strength and fl
Pleasure Drink : r . . . 1 1
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.