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Hot Weather Footwear
"k7E are prepared to meet your wants when the
weather makes heavy shoes uncomfortable.
We have a complete line of lawn tennis shoes,
bicycle shoes and canvas shoes in white and col
ored. Also a fine line of Oxfords in patent Colt
& Blucher cut.
We have just received a full line of the well
established and always satisfactory
Edwin Clapp and George E. Keith
SHOES FOR MEN
Dmdmger, Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1902.
NEW TIME CARD ON W. & C.
'Will go Into Effect Next Sunday, Will
Leave Pendleton Dally at 7 p. m.
A .complete change of the timo of
running tho trains over the Wash
ington & Columbia River r.iilroad In
ana out or mis cny win go into effect
aunuay. Alter tnat date tho time ta
ble will rotlrt! TVnlnR will rtmnh Pon,
dleton on Mondays, Wednesdays and
,iriaays at iz:ti p. m., on Tuesdays,
unursdays and Saturdays at 10:55 a
m.; and will leave Pendleton for
Pasco, and all points east and west
at 7 p. m., instead of C, as has been
the rule heretofore.
This chango will cut out tho 'long
wait at Hunt's Junction that travel
ers over the High Lino have been
.cpmpelled to endure and means direct
connection at Pasdb. It Is made for
tho accommodation of the traveling
public, and Is to take effect on the
resumption of tho North Coast limit
ed on the main line of tho Northern
Pacific, which Is billed for the same
date. This gives the travelers on
the main line their choice of three
transcontinental trains each way;
For several months tho change on
tho W & C. R. road has been con
templated by tho management and
the patrons will not regret it. Tho
heavy traffic over the Northern Pa
cific at tho beginning of the grain
Shinninc season of lnnt. vfnr nnrt thn
eudden congestion of freight was the
freight that was accumulating faster
than it could bo hauled to the mar
kets with the equipment then on
hand, but this has all ben changed
since that time. Thn frnltrht 1b nut
of the way and the Northern Pacific
now announces that it will give more
attention to the passenger business,
VI II W :
f SOCIAL CRUSADE
ADDRESS AT THE CON
JACK VINCENT DEAD.
A Widely Known Character In
Inland Empire Passed Away.
Jack Vinson, a pioneer of Oregon,
aged 73 years, passed away quietly.
at St. Elizabeth hospital in Baker
City Wednesday evening, says the
Herald, after an Illness of several
weeks. His death was duo to pneu
monia. The funeral took nlare from
an undertaking establishment Thurs
day ufternoon, the Interment being
at Mount Hope.
Tho deceased was known thrniich
out tho entire state and is said to be
the pioneer of Baker county. Ho
has lived in this city for over thlrtv
flvo years. Jack Vinson camo wost
aoouj fifty years ago, first locating in
California, where he enjoyed the
gold excitement in Its enrlv stmroa
He also resided In most of the larger
mining camps of tho west, having
been atmlnlns: noints in Trinhn nmi
Ho drove stnen nrt.wpfn thin nUv
and Eldorado. Sparta, and for a time
paciceu on tno trails in the Sparta
district. "Hank" Owens, who resided
at Portland, was a partner of the de
ceased for years and both were well
known figures in these parts In tho
early days. The deceased leaves n
sister, Mrs. James Hendershot of
uove. Uretron. a nninrv Mrs .Tnhn v.a.
rnn nr m nn nnri n T .1 i
cuuso or tno alteration of the nas-1 Patterson, of Baker Cltv.
senger schedules on the main lino
ana also on tho local. Tho Seattle
Spokano Flyer was annulled because
of tho power needed to drag the
TS strictly fashionable and all
tho newest Ideas are In our
stock. You will be right in
style with your correspondence
if yau select from our special
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS AND
is tho most longed-for de
siro of evory woman
Sho kcowa what a power-
fill nfri ir. Ivtaitf.r It t
and endeavors to maVo
ner own as Bolt, glossy
and thick as possible.
ComniirntlvAlv 4nw t
I . .J V,T UX
T Mem nm nwnm a
that ho wbro's HcrplciUe.
a recent scientific dfs
covcry, will enablo them
to possess hair as think
aUn ItlVtlrlnnf: no.nnimna
It works on a now the
ory or acstrovine thn
hairroot, and thus malt-
iuK uanuruii ana tailing
hair Impossible. It then
proceeds to produce a
erpwin oi unci, glossy
hair ttmt twin Kaam.
we pnaa 01 its owner.
One trial will convince .
Socialism Briefly Defined From Sev
eral Standpoints Another Address
Tonight at Same Place.
Rev. Carl D. Thompson. A. M., of
the social crusade, a social cvange
list, snoke last nlcht at the Conere
Rational church on "Socialism, the
Supremo Issue of tho Hour." He
said In part:
'Our nnrnnsn In flint nil thn nonnlp
shall have life and live more abund
antly full, free, happy, wholesome
life. Hut this involves two lines of
effort, first, personal, and second
social. There must be the germ of
energy, resolution and moral purpose
within: but there must also be a fa
vorable environment. The effort to
make men good, to regenerate and re
deem tho earth must therefore nro-
ceed upon these two lines.
'In this respect, then, we socialists
are entirely scientific. We seek to
save tho individual and we seek to
In general rermR RnHnUsm mnv
he flefinml frnm thn ntnrwlnnlnt nf thn
scientist, as the next step In socletary
evolution; from tho standpoint of
moral and ethics, an industrial fra
temltv thn hrnfhnrhnnfl nf mnnr
from the standpoint of economics, as
co-oporatlon; from the standpoint of
tno gospel of Jesus. s tho next step
In the economic approach toward the
Kingdom of uod on earth.
"Socialism Is not anarchy, but ox
actlv the onnnalte. Tt is nnt n nrnn
osition to make people equal, but only
to give the people equality of oppor
tunltv. It is not a nronnsn! tn hnve
the rich to divide nn with tho nnnr
we are in every sense opposed to dl
viding up. All that socialism asks
is that everv man who tnilR nhnit
have the full products of his labor
And if a man will not. wnrir imiinr
socialism, neither shall he eat. We
socialists do not want what othors
have earned. Wo want what we earn
and only that. Our contention is that
tllG nresent Kflnlnl nrrnnn-nmnnt ol.
lows the beef trust, the railway, the
sugar anu an tne rest of the trusts
to compel all the people to divide up
with them. And wo ask that the di
viding up be stopped.
"Socialism Is not a proposition to
destroy private property. We would
have all that tho people use In com
mon owned in common, and all that
the people use nrivatelv owned nrl-
vately. For example. clothing.
houses, the smaller tools of industry
even the small independent manufac
turing business, all thin irs that nro
used privately should .he nwnorl ns
private property. But the railroads
telegraph, factories and nil tlmt nm
USed In COmmnn. thnso Mm nnnl
should own collectively,
"Socialism, then, proposes: First
tho collective ownership Of Mia crpnt.
er material means of
second, tno substitution of the co-op
eratlvo for tho monnnnllstio
petitive system'; third, the democratic
and systematic control of Industry;
and fourth, private property In the
There was a fair sized audi
present and Mr. Thnmnsnn win
speak again tonight at the same
place. Concreiratlonai pimrr.ii nt q
o'clock. The subject toniuht win i,
"The Scientific Basis of RnMnlfnin " i
S. A. Barnes is in town from Wes
Mrs. B. P. Mahaffey, of Umatilla
Is In town today.
W. R. Taylor, of Athena, Is regis
nro.i nt Wntrtl St. Georue.
si rlnn n nrnmlnnnl llllsinPSS
UCUIU UIUU C l' ...."
man of Weston, is registered at tho
J. H. Ferguson and Lute Rothro?k
left Thursday for their ranches In
the east end or tne county.
Frank K. Wells, deputy assessor
. . .a II
for Valley precinct, on tno state ne
snont Thursday night in town.
S. B. Calderhead, general passen-
- ... ii. rtr
ger and ireignt agent ior uie vv.
C. R., is in town from Walla Walla.
E. W. Jones, of the Golden Rule
hotel, Is able to bo out on tho street
after a week in bed from liver
f!nnrin Finrvnnii nrnnrlntnr nf Hn-
tel St. George, returned this morning
from a pleasure anu ousiness trip to
H. C. Adams, republican candidato
for representative .from Umatilla
county, is in town from his home at
J. F. Wallace, of Alblan. Wash..
who had been In Pendleton for sever
al days on business, left this morn
ing for his home.
After Kiip.mllntr Rnvnr.il dnVR In
Pendleton, ttaviil Tlnnth left, this
morning for La Grande, and from
there he will return to Baker City,
Joe Easier, the furniture and sep.-
ond-hand man, was on the streets
this forenoon for the first time since
snra nine his foot last Sitmiav morn
ing. He Is compelled to use a crutch
to aid mm in walking.
O. A. Smith, who has been enRhinr
for the O. It. & N. company, and who
resigned some time ago, Ins resigna
tion to take effect the 1st. of lilnv.
will leave Monday for Portland. J.
Brooks Is temporary cashier for thn
company, until the now man, another
Mr. Smith arrives from Astoria.
which will bG about the 15th inst.
FUNSTON TALKING AGAIN.
He Gives General MacArthur Credit,
With Some for Himself.
When Genernl Funston's attention
was called to the declaration of Gen
eral MacArthur that ho (MacArthur)
wns responsible for methods used In
tho capture of Agulnaldo, he said:
"That is right. General MacArth
ur mado a similar statement several
months ago. This is simply a repe
tition of his former utterances when
ho said he was responsible for tho
methods In tho capture of Agulnaldo.
.. . i
"I got up tno pian anu buuiuiu
It to General MacArthur. The whole
plan was submitted to him and ho
Indorsed It. Then the expedition was
i 1 ........ n .. .1 ,n..i.lnf1 nut VllOlllt.
lng in the capture of Aeulnaldo. Gen-
eral MacArtnur is puriocuy iiguL iu
what 'io says."
R. B. Miller the Man.
The iatest Information Is that R.
n ATlllnr whn a fnw months nim was
assistant general freight agent of
the O. R. & N., and who Is now gen
eral freight and passenger agent of
tho Oregon division of the Southern
Pnnlflp (TTnrrimnn Ryndipntnl. will
be appointed general freight agent of
thn O. Ti. N. and that Mr. Hnmnn
now assistant general freight 'agent
of the o. it. & N., will be appointed
tn Hiippppil Mr. Miller nn thn Smith.
ern Pacific. This plan would put in
to office two of tho best traffic men
in tho Northwest, and reduce thn
worklnir force nf hnth hrnnnhpfi nf
tho Harrlman syndicate to a splendid
state of efficiency.
301 COURT STREET,
a i i
jjuinu yuur ADDRESS
k-'trio Porlfli. Kl.
a mrKci oi., aan FranclKe,
secure free, a beautiful Nickel
1UKB DttDK, BISO IUII nnrtln,,1.
J I xl.' ."-uwi
rx r, . . iiibi
international tnrtr nni.iiu m
arv wnien in nnm hntn .,
reaaers or tnis paper for only
ucnis a way.
Whitaker vs. Whitaker.
The petition in the divorce case of
Dr. c. J. Whitaker, tho dentist, and
Hattie L. Whitaker. his wife, as nut
lortn and agreed to by and between
plaintiff and defendant, through
their attorneys, is to the effect, that
lurs. wnitaicer is to havp nts 5. fi nmi
7, block 223. in reservation nddltlnn
to Pendleton, and lots 9 and 19 nf
Arnom and Haley's adit on. hesirfpa
?500 in cash and all their household
goous and tho furnishings of their
uome. tho cause given for the di
vorce is that the parties pnnlrl nnl
agree as man and wife. Carter & Ra
ley are the attorneys for ninintiff on,i
L. B. Reeder'ls for defendant.
What Thin Folks Need.
Is a greater power of digesting and
assimilating food. For them Dr.
King's New Life Pills work wonders.
They lone and regulate tho digestive
organs, gently oxpol all poisons from
the system, enrich the blood, Im
prove appetite, make healthy flesh
Only 25 cents at Tallman & Co's.
FALLS ON COUNTY.
FOB BALK TX ALU IKaT-
bla8 outa otohu.
"oTHTb b d o o o o BTf bTToTTyiToTfy B BHHTTo 1 8 ttl IlllHlimmi
A New Line of
That are especially good bargains and should not
be overlooked. Patent Leather, Velonr Calf and
Vioi Kid. Combine wear and style at the special
$3.50 A pjmi
4 4 4
You'll Profit by Calling and Examining These Offers,
The Clown Who Had His
en at the Circus in
The county Will hnvn tn fnnt Mm
Dill for tho care and doctnrlnp nf s
A. UUSSeil. Olln Of thn omnlnvoo ,f
tne great Pan-American shnrj raiiui,
exhibited In Pendlefnn "Worir.oo,i
Jtussell jumped from a chariot in ono
or tno races and sustained tho frac
ture of ono of his legs. The mana
ger or tno snow paid the bill for
dressing and settlnir thn fMn n,j
promised to leave mnnnv h nro in tt,n
- - - v. v. ... mo
nanus or tno county Indira fnr tho
care or Russell, while. In thn hnar,t
tal, and until he was able to care for
nimseir, but he failed to dn this
Judge G. A. Hartman telephoned tn
OttKBr JJUV IO SPA If thn
uu uiiu uveriooKon inn mil rnn
care of the Injured man, but no word
nas yet Dean received from them and
as tho countv han n
- - " tui:u
t can compel thorn to pay the bill it
i vory uououui ir anythlnr can be
uuita wiiii mem. ir nntiiinn- la l.
from them today Rnsnnii win t,
, - uj i cr
moveu irom tho SiBters' hospital
where he now Is. tn thn no,...., i
. 1 - VV bUUUL uua-
Pltal. Where hfl rnn lm nnrA r.- i
- . .. . v. iut ill
me smallest cost to the county.
wane- mere is nn law thnt .m
compel this show company to pay
iue oiii ior rnn mm nf roanii
.i, j ,. ,u
,KU . HO n' 88 tne nn ws injur
ed while In Its employ
THE PENDLETON SH0E STORE.
r 5 Burveyors to push ahead from Ohal-
tMMMMHtHMUiMlllllilo.ii IftHUij llnVyAS?'"1 FlVOr tirncb'
Rallroatte Race to Build Line.
Salt Lake. Mav 2. Tn ndditinn tn
the race with thn nan pim
Short Line wil lond
tno Northern Parifln wiii'a
ors, under Engineer Mills, are work-
mg me unamijerlaln basin country
and this has aroused (he Short T.ino
P US 1
$3 a Pair
Mens Oxfords in all
ST. JOE STORE.
Headquarters lot Clothing
M 1 1 1 1 1 1 tin n m
jm Duito, wurui oiBuvvnuru oiu.uu S R Oft
CI..IA Jl .1 1 A,. n T vw ,
uuiio, wurtu uiauwuui'o $u. uu ....... . g nn
Suits, worth elsewhere $12 j0 00
Suits, worth elsewhere $15 12 00
If you will look our clothing over you will find.whnt we state to be correct.
ivumumuur we give away aDsoiuieiy free with each suit
r li.l 1 iTTftTl T-r m " i
ui uiuiues ii. jniujIj nATi
THE LYONS MERCANTILE GO.
To make Ladies' Hats that can be called hatsl Our hats possess
all the peculiar characteristics of hats that come from a
first class millinery work room in style, workmanship and
finish. : : .
fe nr w v If W W If W 4t L
CALL FOR COUNTY WARRANTS.
my offlc6 t llie court hwoupon i L.n??1 a'
, u"i ytll iiu, I VUZ.
8. K. VATKS
Trewuwr ol UmatUU County.
A GRAND DISPLAY
Of the Newest Designs in
i& reauv lor vnnr incr.of:. 4 u: Mn.tr
v . -..w,,fc..i Qi vjiii Nimrr. ijiii ljik. 4Jr"
ment, completely filling two laree cars, is now in, and we J
,u,ut' vou '0 can and examin th;s n, etr.1, Tt ,-nrlndes the
icuiesi makes of Bed Room SW n;;M Rnnm Sets and $
odd pieces of furniture which are so useful in improving the J
-ia.,ue m rooms. Call and inspect this shipment.
M. A. RADER.
THE PROGRESSIVE FUJRNITl'RE DEALER J
Mam and Webb Streets Pendleton, Ore
HOGS. HOPQFQ pniiLTRY
t tt f . . .iiatii:
ltf.f. I I TT . . .
Stock PnV , "0 "emeay for swine plague. "'
Kow kZ , '"J1.??68 and cattle- Linseed Oil Meal for
SEED SPELTZ 4S8
Kow K.,r t ;.,, na cai"e i-mseed UU ftteai io j -ftOW
Kure for Mi Ic.h mD r w . . j t iair
C. F. COLESWORTHY
Hav. flMln mrtA DaoH
'f d lag East Aha Strwt. - . - PeadWN,