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Furnishings For Men
I DOUBLE HEADER BALL GAME
Golf shirts, all sizes and colors 50c to $i 50
Plaited Bom Madras shirts, 65 and 75c and t 00
White shirts, extra quality 65c and 90c
White shirts, unlaundried 40c and 50c
Night robes 50c to $i 00
Black satin shirts, sold everywhere for 75c 50c
Black and tan stockings, the 15c kind tOc
Gloves (larg6 shipment just in) 25c to $1 50
Extra good boys' stockings other stores sell
them at 35c per pair 25c
Handkerchiefs, extra large size, red, white and
Collars, Cuffs, Suspenders and Sweaters
Every Day Is a Bargain Day Here
BAER Sr DALEY
One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Halters, Pendleton
FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902.
Burns University School, near
Charlottsville, Va was destroyed by
Are. Students Knox, of Richmond,
and arcNeal, of Alexandria, are miss
ing, and are supposed to have perish
ed in the flames.
Mrs. Gushman K. Davis, widow of
United States Senator Davis, of Min
nesota, emphatically denies that she
was en route to Europe to marry Don
Auazuza, formerly Spanish secretary
of the colonies.
The Central Labor Union, In Port
land, Me., as a protest against tho
recent advance in the price of beef,
unanimously adopted a resolution
binding its members not to purchase
beef for 30 days.
The Munising Paper Company,
Ltd., which has just been organized
with a capital stock of $1,000,000,
will build the largest pulp and paper
mills in the United States at Muni
sing, Mich., in the upper peninsula.
A petition in bankruptcy was filed
in New York. Wednesday by William
R. Smith and George McLaughlin,
jobbers in millinery, under the firm
name of Worthington, Smith & Co.
Liabilities, $115,877; assets, $8C,G92. I
The Daily Chronicle says that the j
private bequests left by Cecil Rhodes
wore small, and were mostly to old
servants. Under verbal instructions
to the trustees, says the paper, the
residue amount of the scholarship
plan will be devoted to the better
ment of South Africa.
Five men have been killed in Floyd
county, Kentucky, by Constable
Reedy and a posse as the result of
the murder of Colonel Osborne and
Budd Little, two weeks ago. James
Tompkinson and Walter Jones arc
said to have been two of the men
killed, but the names of the others
The military reservations at Fort
Custer, Mont., known as the Post
reservation and the Limestone reser
vatlon, being no longer needed for
military purposes, have been trans
ferred to the control of the secretary
of the Interior, with a viow to their
allotment to the Indians, as proposed
by the interior department.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
M. W. Mathlson.
W. T. Craig, San Francisco.
W. H. Wilson, The Dalles.
W. H. Howstein, Portland.
J. H. Wood, Minneapolis.
F. Jandell, Billings.
A. A. Hammer, Mullin.
J. E. Martin, Seattle.
George T. Coyne, Portland.
Joseph H. Heller, Baker City.
G. S. Roberts, Sidney.
H. Crafts, Walla Walla.
George McGlllvery, Spokane.
R. B. May, Portland.
W. J. Ball, San Francisco.
J. d: Mulverhold, New York.
S. S. Gill, Spokane.
John H. Hall, Portland.
Andrew Nylander, Portland.
H. G. Holly, St. Joe.
Robert Stewart, San Francisco.
George H. Williams, Portland.
George H. Clarge, Nebraska.
C. A. Johns, Baker City.
Charles H. Miller, Echo.
S. M. Smith, San Francisco.
W. D. Allard, Portland.
George Hanson, San Francisco.
W. H. Patterson, Portland.
S. B. Hornell, Chicago.
W. E. Russell, Butte.
W. P. Towner, New York.
C. A. Barrett, Athena.
A. A. Roberts.
Charles H. Green, San Francisco.
George Harris, rortland.
A. W. McKinzie, Portland.
Baker City people are taking pre
liminary steps to celebrate the
Fourth of July.
George W. Hays, ox-register of the
land office at Burns, Harney county;
was sentenced to serve one year in
the penitentiary for the crime of
adultery, of which ho was convicted
by a Jury Wednesday night.
Robert Burns, general agent for
the Oregon Railroad & Navigation
Company in Eastern Washington,
has boon tendered the position of
general agent nt Spokane and has
declined. He simply preferred Walla
Walla to Spokane.
"W. F. Williams, a prominent citi
zen of Pullman, Wash., accidentally
shot himself while hunting squirrels
Sunday afternoon. . Death was in
stantancoiis. Tho body was not dis
covered until Wednesday, when It
was found by a farmor's son about
two miles from Pullman.
William Roid. secretary of tho
Portland, Nohalem & Tillamook Rail
road Company, was accompanying
some agents of tho bond buyers
through the Nehalom country, whon
the team they were driving became
unmanageable, kicked the dashboard
to pieces and upset tho buggy. Mr.
Reld'a leg was broken near the ankle.
The Golden Rule.
L. Cunninghnm, Portland.
William Haskins, Walla Walla.
W. W. Evans, St. Joe.
W. B. Neill, lone.
R. E. Porter, Meacham.
Bert Applegate, Spokane.
P. E. Hunsucker, Spokane.
Charles Carroll, 9okane.
W. H. H. Scott, Athena.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
S. O. Burkhart,
Mis. M. A. Cope.
O. D. Henderson.
E. S. Waterman, Athena.
J. M. Wise and wife, Perrydale.
J. A. Kuks, Mora.
H. Mellmann, San Francisco.
Frank B. Round, San Francisco.
H. S. Young, Walla Walla.
C. C. Frazier, La Grand?.
Joe Cunha, Echo.
M. T. Allen, Echo.
B. A. Glaze, Seattle. '
B. E. Harder, Portland.
PRINTERS VS. BARBERS
IN GAME OF BALL,
The Official Rooters and Real Uma
tilla Indians In the Second Game,
and There Will Be Lots of Fun.
Mimh Interest is being taken in
the double-header baseball games
thnt nre to be played on the Alia
atroot urmindR Sunday afternoon.
This Is to bo the time for the meet
ing of the printers and barbers in
a bout for honors at the bat, which
irniTin Is to bo called oromntly at 2
o'clock, and they nro to be followed
by the offlciol rooters and uniatuia
bin tnlk nnd a little dis
satisfaction was felt among some of
thp nlnvnrs. esneciallv thp barbers,
yesterday over the proposition of do
nating the proceeds ot tnese games
in n fnnri tn lniv now uniforms for
Manager Cohen's team, and some of
the barbers were saying that they
would not play, but this trouble was
Rnttled. however, last evenlnc. and
all agreed to the arrangement as
first talked, and the games win come
'off as scheduled.
The line-up of the printers' team
is: Brown, catcher; Drake, pitcher;
Welch, short stop; Carden. first
base; Maskrey, second base; Bloom,
third base; Fletcher, left field; Du
puis, center field; Hallock, right
field; Peterson and Saterlee, subs.
Barbers Mack, first base; Mc-
Clure, second base; Carland, catch-
I er; Harper, pitcher; Jones, third
base; Estes, short stop; .N. Rose,
right field; Lockwood, left field;
Bailey, center field; R. Rose, sub.
Rooters Dupuis, pitcher; Barlow,
catcher; Knight, first base; Mask
rey, captain and second base; Dem-
oling, third base; Ulrich, short stop;
Fletcher, right field; Castle, center
field; M'oule, left field.
The line-up of the Indians could
not be had for today's paper, but will
appear In tomorrow's issue. It is
said that they have a very good!
team and o'ne that is well trained1
in the baseball field and the rooters
will have to play ball if they carry
off the honors against the real red '
men. Their team is well organized
under Billie McKay, who is captain,
null tlinv nrp nrpiinrinir fni- frnnips !
with several different teams over
the country. They have purchased
new uniforms and other parapher
nalia. Motonic, one of the best
specimens of humanity on the res
ervation, and an all-round athlete,
is catcher for the Indian team and
he is said to be a wonder on the
diamond. August Alexander is an
other of the Indian players He is
classed witli the best ball players in
the country and was with the fa
mous Chemawa team, that won hon
ors wherever it went two years ago.
After the game is over, the team
winning in the printers'-barbers'
game will be presented with a new
$6 protector for the catcher.
Wilt Post Bulletins.
Arrangements have been made by
the rooters' association to receive
the result of each game played by
the first team, that Is touring the
country, and post It on a bulletin
board in front of Frazier's book
store, where all can see what the
boys are doing away from home.
The game today is with Everett and
this Is expected to bo the swiftest
team the boys will encounter on
. i UnA
that the. Whitman students
thev will sureiy run -
students a close race for honors on
"'addition to the track team
others went over to wit
ness the sports and other exercises:
Misses Jennie Beatic, Mary Rust.
Mary RoUirock. Mary Williams Ef
fie Smith, Myrtle Dizney nll( ?
Stanfield, and Masters Algie Ir.o and
E They will return Saturday evening.
GUN bnUOT SUNDAY.
Will Take Place In the Forenoon
Instead of Afternoon, as Hereto
fore. Sundnv is the time for the regu
lar monthly blue rock medal shoot
bv the Pendleton Gun Club. The
shoot will take place In the fore
noon,, as has been the custom. This
is in order to not interfere with any
who might want to attend the base
ball games in the afternoon. Sam
Thompson now has the medal, hav
ing won it two consecutive times.
The members of the gun club are
making preparations for the nation
al tournament, which is to be held
in Portland June 25, 20, 27 nnd 28,
and they expect to go down in good
trim to do good shooting at this
event. Quite a number will go.
Excursion to Athena.
Walla Walla May 9. An excursion
has been arranged for Sunday to
take a large number of fans to Athe
na to witness the ball game at that
place. The train wil leave this city
at 10 o'clock In the morning and
return about 6 in the evening. It is
expected that several hundred will
go from this city. This will be the
third excursion in succession given
by the Oregon Railway & Navigation
Company. The first one was from
this city to Pendleton two weeks ago,
the second from Pendleton to this
city last Sunday.
OFF TO WALLA WALLA.
Inter-Schdlastlc Track Meet.
Walla Walla, May 9. This after
noon at the old race track a great
crowd is in attendance upon the
inter-scholastic track meet, between
teams from the SnokanA hi eh snhnnl
IIunt8ville academy, the Waltsburg
acauemy, weston normal school,
I'enmeton high school, Walla Walla
high school and Whitman academv
The meet consists of tests In racing,
hurdling, vaulting, jumping, hammer
throwine: and other athletic contests.
The meet was sot for 2 o'clock and it
will require all of the aftornoon to
aiiow the several teams to compete.
Walla Walla, May 9. Tho regular!
quarterly examination of teachers is
in session at tho court house, Sup
erintendent Myers being In charge of
tho work. Owing to the fact that no
examination was held in Fobruary,
tho number of teachers taking the
May examination is unusually large.
The work will close tomorrow aftor
noon. A number of country schools
have beon dismissed for two days to
allow tho teachers to attend tho ses
Pendleton High School Students to
Take Part in Track Meet There.
Sixteen teachers and pupils of the
Pendleton high school, boarded the
north-bound O. R. & N. train this
morning for Walla Walla, where
some of them will take part in the
field sports there today, while Fred
Hartman goes as the representative
of the high school to compete in the
declamatory contest In Whitman col
lege this evening.
Those who went to take part in
the track exercises are: Roy Conk-
lni, Robort Cronin, Will Wyrick, Olin
Arnspinger, Fred Hartman. Roy Lee-
zer and Se Williams The boys have
been in training and are in good trim
to take part ia tho racing, jumping
and other sports that will be connect
ed with this track moot. While they
may not have had tho use of an up-
to-date gymnasium and the training
The labor unions of Middleton, N.
Y., comprising 300 members, have
voted unanimously to abstain from
meat for a period of 30 days. Over
1000 persons will abstain.
The democratic candidates will
speak, and shake hands with the
voters, at the following places and
dates within Umatilla county:
May 19, Pilot Rock, 7 p. m.
May 20, Alba, 1 p. m.
May 20, Ukiah. 7 p. m.
May 21, Potts, (at school house),
7 p. m.
May 22, Echo, 7 p. m.
May 23, Milto. , 11 a. m.
May 23, Weston, 1:30 p. m.
May 23, Athena, 3 p. m.
May 23, Pendleton, 7:30 p. m.
Note: Governor Chamberlain and
other state candidates will be with
the county and district candidates at
Milton, Weston, Athena and Pendle
ton on this date, May 23.
May 24, Helix, 1 p. m.
May 24, Juniper, 7 p. m.
May 26, Adams, 7 p. m.
May 27, Mountain, 2 p. m.
May 28, Milton, 7 p. m.
...ay 29, Valley, Behnkes' Hall),
7 p. m.
May 30, Freewatsr, 7:30 p. m.
May 31, Weston, all day and all
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satisfaction is the result whererever it is used for bread
or fancy baking.
W. S. Byers, Proprietor.
A Plain Statement of Fact:
The G0LC0NDA MINE, in the Sumpter district, with
its equipment, and ten other claims, was recently purchased
iub uuiuiinua uonsouaatea woia mines uompany, pruiuijiiu
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sale, but not exceeding 200.000 shares of it will he sola; as
will supply ample funds until the mine is more than self
taining. This stock is offered at 15 CENTS A SHARE for the
thirty days. '
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