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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1902.
The cholera situation In Manila ana
the provinces remains unchanged.
-The increase in cases continues anu
the fatalities are still about 80 per
Gem Fung, a Chinese woman o
Seattle, is suing her husband, Leo
Gee, for divorce, "alle same Molican
woman," cruelty and desertion being
A party of four New Yorkers made
an .automobile trip between Now
York and Philadelphia, 103 miles, in
ifour hours and eight minutes, last
Saturday, breaking all previous rec
ords. Miss Carrie Schoettlin, of Evans
ville, Ind., slept three nights with a
huge "chicken" snake, which had
crawled inside the slips of the pil
lows on her bed while they wore be
Governor Sayers, of Texas, has ap
pealed by wire to all mayors of Texas
towns of over 3000 inhabitants, urg
ing them to send food and assistance
to the uoliad sufferers, ami also re
quested the railroads to transport the
Charles H. Andrus' painting, "Shoi
lilnn'H Priilo." 17x28 feet, said to bo
the largest single painting over exe
cuted in America by an American,
has been sold at public auction n
New York, to satisfy claims on the
estate. It brought only $150.
' John Poleet, the Baptist minister
who was arrested, charged with the
murder of his traveling companion,
Charles Isaksson, confessed the mur
der in a letter which ho wrote to his
fathor-ln-Iaw, John Walker, of Jer
soyvllle, 111. Ho can give no reason
why he killed the man.
Adrian Britt, former publishor, mil
lionaire and politician died In Chica
go last week after a career of crime
and dissipation, and was buried in
the potter's field. He was in his day
one o the most powerful political
factors of the state of Florida, and
was rogarded as the direct cause or
sufficient votes being influenced in
the electoral college to elect Presi
dent Hayes over Tllden in 187G
PACIFIC NORTHWE8T NEWS.
As was expected, the recent west
erly storm brought a good run of fish
Into the Columbia river, and somo
fair catches were made by the fisher
men who ventured out Monday night.
Jacob Jones, colored, was sentenc
ed by Judge Richardson at Spokane
to 10 years In the penitentiary at
Walla Walla. Jones' crlmo was that
of attempting to kill his divorced
wife. Ho fired several shots at her.
James Williams, who Bhot and kill-,
ed George Hicks in Portland on May
11,. surprised tho natives by walking
Into tho jail at that city last Monday
evening and giving himself up. Ho
said ho was tired of dodging tho po
lice. iHon. Holmes Cunningham Patrick,
founder of tho Tacoma Ledger, and
the' man who niade of tho old Pierce
County News, which was a weekly
paper, the Tacoma Dally News, is
dead at Sautello, Cal., after an 111
,ness of Baveral months,
Tho body of J. R, 'Rioknrt, a proml-
nont contractor, was found in a b&-
tquestored spot oil tho uroen Lake
car. lino In Seattle. It was first bo
lloved to be a case of sulcldo, but
later developments show that it may
ho n tmurder. Ho urmed himself, say.
ing.ho was going out to collect a bill
3vor came back.
of which we aro showing
a splendid assortment in
all the new colorings.
$10.00, $11.00, $12.50
SIS 00 $17.00
You can save $2.50 to $5.00 by
buying a suit of us.
New Shipment of PANTS just in
$2.50 to $5.00
BAER & DALEY
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
F. A. Menzies, Portland.
A. Roderick Grant, Portland.
J. N. Williamson, Prlnevllle.
W. G. Burt, Chicago.
O. E. Sllverton, Philadelphia.
C. S. Barlow, Tacoma.
W. J. Hauey, Walla Walla.
T. W. Jackson, Portland.
W. D. Deaver, La Grande.
D. J. Callahan, St. Louis.
F. I. Dunbar, Salem.
E. C. Skiles, Portland.
J. C. Moreland, Portland.
E. L. Deputy, St. Paul.
J. P. Isaacs, Walla Walla.
E. W. Brlgham, Boston.
W. A. Newton, Chicago.
J. J. Burns, Portland.
H. W. Cameron, Moscow.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Ferguson
H. C. ' Guernsey, city.
S. M. Smith, San Francisco.
Charles S. Moore, Salem.
The Golden Rule.
Mrs. Rulet, Elgin.
John Nelson and wife, Pomeroy.
William Boyd, Union.
Floyd Sutherland, Union.
Mrs. S. H. Shefller, Pomeroy.
L. Williams, Missouri.
C. S. Lansing, Hllgard.
William Sloan, Milton.
Mrs. McDougall, Pasco.
W. R. Simmons, Portland.
Charles Krutsingor, Portland.
Waldron and wlfo, Portland.
F. Y. Ennis and wife. Walla Walla
Marvin Evans, Walla Walla.
Mrs. H, T. Shadduck, Spokane.
Harry Collins, Walla Walla.
A. K. Higgs, Portland.
T. O. Helgerson, Minneapolis.
P. E. Hunsucker, Spokane.
Bert Applegate, Spokane.
C. Carroll, Spokane.
C. D. Rlnkor, Spokane.
Roy Barton, Spokane.
Jacob Betz, Walla Walla.
E. F. Williams, Spokano.
F. M. Giles, Portland.
W. M. Fee.
Perry Shields, Vinson.
C. H. Warman, Vinson.
E, A. Harrison, Alma.
Frank Martin, Athena.
D. L. Johnson, Juniper.
H. E. Johnson, Pilot Rock.
John Cloghorn, Echo.
A. B. Benedict, Echo,
A. J. Patten, Elgin.
Btat sot Onio. city of Toledo i .
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney A Co.,
doing business in the city of Toledo, county
and state aforesaid, and that eatd firm will pay
every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured br
the uso of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed In my
presenco this 6th day of December, A.
1 A. W. GLKA80N,
v notary ruDiic.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally and
acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces
of tho system. Bend for testimonials, free.
F. J. OHBNEV & CO., Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by druggists, 76c.
Hall's Family Pills aro the beat.
Germans Want to Celebrate.
Tho Germans of Pendleton are fig
urlng on giving a public celebration
on July 4th under tho auspices of tho
Voreln Elntracht, which society will
hold a special meeting tomorrow eve
nlng for tho purpose of discussing
tho matter and deciding whether
their celebration this year shall as
sumo tho form of a public domonstra
tlon on tho Fourth, or shall be tho
regulation "Dutch picnic" at soma
othor date not yet decided upon.
Joseph Baslor. V. Strobel. Hen
ry Scuultz and othor leadlnir Gorman
citizens have tho matter in charge
and a temporary committee haB been
appointed to consider ways aud
Fresh fish dally at Castlo's,
HUD FIELD MEET
ELEVEN PUPILS OF PENDLE
TON HIGH SCHOOL ENTERED.
The Nameo of Those Entered and the
Events They Are Entered in
Track Meet on Monday, the 26th
A committee from the Pendleton
high school was out Tuesday with a
subscription paper getting donations
from the citizens to help derray ex.
penses of the school track team to
go to Bauer City to compete with
three other schools of Eastern Ore
gon for the honors in the field meet
and In the oratorical contest to be
held there the 2Gth Instant.
Instead of 13 going, as Was an
nounced a few days ago, to take part
in the track meet, only 11 are enter
ed. Their names and the events in
which they will take part aro as fol
lows: Robert Cronln High jump, broad
jump, pole vault, hammer throw,
shot put and 120-yard hurdle race.
Will' Wyrick 100-yard ' dash, 220
yard dash, 440-yard race and relay
Del McCarty 100-yard dash, 220
yard race, 440-yard race and relay
Sam Nell 440-yard race, 220-yard
race, 220-yard hurdle race, relay race
and broad jump.
Roy Leezer 440-yard race, 880
yard race and relay race. "
Fred Hartman '100-yard race, 220
yard race and relay race.
So Williams 120-yard hurdle and
Lester oronin High jump.
Harry Taylor One-half mile and
mile wheel races.
Ed Jay One-half mile and mile
Roy Alexander One-half mile run.
The boys have all been putting In
good time practicing for this meet
and they expect to return home with
at least their share of the trophies.
In addition to the team several others
will go. A rate of one and one-third
fare has been secured from the rail
road company for the round trip.
They will leave hero next Monday
morning and return Tuesday morn
ing. "WHAT ABOUT SALOONS?"
Prohibition Candidate for Governor,
Discussed Political Situation From
His Point of View.
A small attendance was, at the
court house Tuc&clny evening to hear
Rev. A. J. Hunsaker, of McMlnn-
ville, prohibition candidate for gov
ernor, speak on the Issues before the
people of the state of Oregon in the
present political campaign. This was
perhaps partly owing to the inclem
ent weatner and other gatherings
which furnished counter attractions.
Rev. Hunsaker spoke at length on
the Issues before the people and
called the attention of his hearers to
the fact that Garfield was a minister
when elected president of the United
States, showing that some of the
most noted men who had taken a
hand in politics were preachers. Ho
did this, he sala, because many peo
ple thought that ministers of the gos
pel had no business in politics.
Rev. Hunsaker said that the prohl.
bition Issue was the paramount quek.
tion before the people today and gave
many Illustrations to bear out his
statement. He compared the repub
lican and democratic platforms and
Bald that were they laid down side
by side and no marks left on them to
designate which was which, not one
out or loo could toll which was re
publican and which democratic. Tho
only issue at stake between tho two
old parties, he asserted, is "Who
shall bo elected." He stated further
that not one of tho nominees on tho
prohibition ticket cared for this la
awe. They were seeking tho office
In order to better the country and
humanity by eliminating the liquor
Wool Growers' Meeting.
The Wool Growers' Association
will Jipld a meeting In Pendleton
May 29, at 1 o'clock p. m. There
will be a wool sale May 29th and 30th
by tho .sealed bid method, offlcors of
tho association will bo elected and
other important business transacted,
My llttlo Klrl'a hair did not prow. It was,
,iuw hi t,uuk wuiim uieujk uji. mm uwr
ecaln vnu full of dry ilumlruu" that I could not
WM.M ,,,.9 I Ul Ul .IIJ Utll Uil UiUb 1 UJUII4 IlUb
comb out. 'A pluco nrouml tho back of her
head wag bald, aud on tho top of her head tho
hair was only two or tlnoo IncliM long. I
utcd Cuticuiia SOAP and somo CUTlcuitA
Ointment, itud her hair has coiiio In thick and
MbOftuasllfc. SIua.A.DOYVNKY, Alfred, O.
Wnn thtinpooi with Cuticuiu 8oip inj ljl)t dti
lni with Cuticuiu, puittt ?r .tinolUtoti, m cteu
tb scalp d4 (nir ot cruiti, umI.i, tad lUciruH, looUt
IcrlUtol uiil ItcUlug tutUw.
,... npw Constitution.
Jhlch re-assembled, here tc ay a e
a recess of six weena, - -
to remain long in session as its work
is Poetically comple ed. It em Ins
only to ue oecmeu t,e
Instrument shall be submitted to the
people or shall bo proclaimed as the
fundamental law of the state. It b
probable the latter course will
adopted, though in any ownt its
adoption Is assured. The chief tea
ture of the new constitution is the
clase relating to suffrage, the effect
... in i. ..rnnf IMllV TO
OL wiucn win i 1 ., 1 1 ,
move the negro vote as a disturbing
factor In politics. Another import
ant feature is the rescinding of the
article abolishing hold-over senators,.
The first wool of the season has
been received at Baker City from
the chief adjunct
of beauty, is now
placed within tho
li.ui,.,""- - TTi.mti.tdo. a
W means tn ' V ,fnn
Almwnrv that elicc-
tually destroys the microbes rcsponsl-
" inly Kidr nl fan
inn hair things of the past, but invig
orates tho hair roots, causing a wft.
think crowth to supplant, tho old turn
and brlttlo one. Here Is what ono
happy woman says:
ttnursnrno, Most.. Hv. as, 'W.
llerrlciae to me, and after three or torn ap
plications my hair stopped taJUnR-1a"?J!
coinluc In acatn qimo iiuck. x
troublfd with dandruff, or which I am cured,
no you see I have cause to praiso Newbro b
Uerpicide. Mrs. JUbvObegovicu.
For Sale at alt rlr.t-Clasa Drug Stores.
Is what you get with each and
every purchase at our store. You
draw a prize with each purchase in
the way of superior Quality aud
Freshness of our Duugs aud Chem
icals. When sickness conies and you
have prescriptions to be tilled or
need the aid that a skilled druggjst
only can render, then you want Re
liability aud perfect servico noth
8 We give You such Service
A Druggist that is conscientious
about quality is sure to be careful
Let us prove what we claim.
Let us fill your Prescriptions.
F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Saturday, May 24th
A Fine Line of Summer
Wash Goods, all manner of
designs and qualities, See
Fancy silks just arrived.
The finest in town.
Muslin and Gauzo Under
wear, Everything you need for
Hot Weather. You can't do
as well anywhere olse as here,
Call and see us.
The Place to Save Money
For Health, Strength and
Polydore Moens, Proprietor. 1)1
Do You Use Your Own Judgment
Have a "Ooick Meal" Bfoe Flame Oil
rm in your Kitcnen wituoui aeiay. wi""
feet stnvB mnilfl. Onn nnnfc a burner an hour is all ,ji
operate the Quick Meal. No trouble to start and aw
free from danger. New stock just in.
THE THOMPSON HARDWARE COMPf
There 1s No Quetio
ABOUT THE MERITS PF BYERS
t, : c. it. i o:Mfi to make.
but the qho'ice&t .wheat enters into yc e(jforbf
cotlcfltlnn In tl.o Voonlt lull frfre VCf it IS US j
or fancy .baking.
If vou want to know what smnrtly dressed men will TMt'
J .. . rlr in aon Rtnin-Tllrvnli ninft,
tills BUaouli fcv v-v- viw.uco,
when buying a suit ofclofW
, w ,uu yvna upon a I
salesman's advice ? J
- .'Do alize that his d.
wv. ...aj ue intiuenced hv
the large nrofit tli 7 :
Study the situation
self; compare the quality nil
ww laiiorme in I
garments of different makes
the style, fit and general fin!-,
ish ; take particular notice et.
muse nitii uear tins label1.
The Steln-Bloch Co.
They are tailored bv thn
famou1? Wholesale Tailorsd
We sell them, but do noli
to influence you unduly, li'i
critical aa you please; ook
every detnil ; try on a suit i
compare the efl'ect with
the best dressed mftn you 1
We are perfectly willing lo
by your judgment then, ml
know what it will be.
And Your Money Back for the Asking.
The Big Carpet
HUSBAND AND WlFi
never quarrel over the meni
carpets, lor an we sen are oi n
highest standnrd. Like real i
friends, they wear the best. 1
is absolutely up to date, and tl
and colors are most artistic u
nious. You should examim"
Ingenue Carpet at 501
per yard. Something newl
cui tains and porch shades,
A Good Wife and!
are a man's best weallM
can contribute to the
himself and wife by using!
hr Tr Js Dure, healii
nutritious, and is
beverage at any season,'
inc warm weather tno
thirst quencher that can'
Keep Yotit Houses Cool I
. . .... ... . ii.nnoaf mid nit'
W. S. Byersf Ptoptteto'