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SOME REGISTRATION FIGURES ! DR. C. J. WHITAKER.
If von want to know whnt smartly dressed men
this season ask to see Stein-Bloch Clothes.
the fe?f SPRING
"LENOX" fe ? 1902
' if '3
MONDAY. MAY 2G. 1!02.
Count Tolstoi, the celebrated Rus
sian novelist, is seriously ill of ty
Postmaster General Payne has an
nounced that the portrait of Martha
Washington will appear on the new
issue of eight-cent stamps.
A moral wave has struck Denver.
Col., and Judge Palmer's famous in-
inrrinn nvevontlng the closing OI
wine rooms and saloons by the police (
on Sunday has been dissolved.
The Booth-Kelly Lumber Company
of Eugene. Or., has purchased the
control of more than 1,000,000 acres
of land formerly owned by the Ore
gon Central Military Road Company.
The Martinique relief committee
of Chicago, has issued an announce
ment that contributions for the earth
quake sufferers have reached S8422
and that no further subscriptions
need be made.
The Belgian steamer Stauley Ville.
from Antwerp. May S, for the Congo,
ran on the Hoeven Rock, off Gold
Coast and is a total wreck. Her 00
passengers, mostly from Antwerp,
and her crew were taken oft" by the
Much interest has been aroused!
among yachtsmen all over the world
by the information that Emperor
William has determined to start his
American-built yacht. Meteor, in the
race from Heligoland to Dover, July
14, for the coronation cup of 600
The secretary of the interior has
submitted to congress an estimate
of $30,000 for the purchase of buf-
falo6s in Yellowstone National Park.
It is proposed to establish a new
herd, which will be brought from
Montana and corralled near one oi
the public highways.
A Havana dispatch ahnouuees thai
the bill now before the Cuban legis
lature providing for the release of all
Americans now serving sejitence or
on trial in Cuba will result in the
freeing of Estes G. Rathbone. who is
imprisoned there for complicity h.
the Cuban postal frauds.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The Whitman coanty Bar Associa
tion completed its reorganization at
Latah, Wash., on the afternoon and
evening of Friday Jast. winding up
the day's program wUh a banquet.
The Seventh Day Adventists at
Portland are considering the import
ant question of d:viding the north
west conference, which has become
so large that it is considered best;
to make two separate organizations
out of It.
While poking sticks in a roadside
fire near Freewater, with an old gun
barrel which had just been found.
Teed Moss and Frauk Gove had a
narrow escape, a charge of powder
in the barrell exploding, but neither
of the men being Injured.
"Weather prophets at Portland av
predicting that the lower part o' the
city will be fioode 1 on account of
the rise of the Willamette and Co
lumbia rivers from the thaw caused
in the mountains by the past few
days of warm weather.
A big free-flowing well of high
grade petroleum haa b.en discovered
in a remote soetion of the Clearwater
River country, a short 'listance above
the Quiuaiilt Indian reservation
aud only about half a mile back from
the Pacific coast by two timber
cruisers who were working In that
of which we are showing
a splendid assortment in
all the new colorings.
$10.00, $11.00, $12.50
SI5 00 $17 00
Yon can save $2.50 to $5.00 by
baying a suit of us.
Shipment of PANTS just in
$2.50 to $5.00
BAER & DALEY
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
' uri-rrri addivA! ft
G. W. Phelps. Heppue-.
W. R. Glendening, Spokane.
H. B. Still. Portland. '
William Ellery, Boston.
H. S. Hosan, San Francisco.
J. S. Forest. New York.
It. Wr. Blakley, Portlat.il
G. S. Youugman, Portland.
J. A. Livingston, Spokane
Mrs. H. C. Gregg. Walla Walla.
H. P. Brandes. Portland.
E. C. Davis. San Francisco.
AV. A. Supple Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Hagen.
E. C. .Smith, Portland.
C. E. Benuett.
F. R. Whitcomb.
J. C. Lonergan. Portland.
H. H. Ingalls. Portland.
E. E. Dias.
W. J. Ball. 'Taconia.'
E. B. Coman, Portland.
George Stevens, Spokane,
C. Otterhagen. Portland.
E. L. Drum. Chicago.
C. G. Roberts, Portland.
Andrew Nylauder, Portland.
G. W. Harris. Portland.
C. W. Fulton, Astoria.
Thomas E. Walch. San Francisco
J. E. Survely, San Francisco.
G. W. Hildreth. California.
William Maher. Portland.
H. B. Rees. Spokane.
S. Harris. Portland.
A. P. Bradbury. Portland.
Mrs. Frauk Hamlin.
S. O. Carroll. Baker City.
E. W. Bingham. Portland.
A. M. Crawford, Roseburg.
F. E. Green.
J. W. Ragsdall. Colifornia.
F. J. Ginger. Spokane.
John S. Gurnsey. Portland.
H. W. Cameron. Spokane.
C. H. Smith. Portland.
H. H. Booth, Chicago.
Al Vaughn, Baker City.
The Golden Rule.
Bert Case. Salem.
A. L. Fromche, Dakota.
J. S. Stewart. Dakota.
George Jensen, Dakota.
Joe Shinek. Dakota.
Joseph J. Wacha, Dakota.
Petor Wacha, Dakota.
O. Free and wife.
W. R. Cimemigton, Canyon City,
George W. Lawrence.
C. Cunningham, Portland.
Ray Barton, Portland.
P. E. Hunsucker. Spokane.
C. Carroll, Spokane.
A. G. Howard. Spokane.
Al Vaughan, Spokane.
R. T. Brown, Walla Wa'.hi.
J. B. Howard, city.
H. A. Schlotthamer.
Mrs. J. Marshall, Chicago.
F. W. Kimberk, Adams.
L. A. Damon, Pennsylvania.
E. E. Carrica, La Grande.
Abuor Case, La Grande.
E. W. Helm, Helix.
V. C. Brock, Walla Walla.
J. D. Dattou, Portland.
E. M. Temple.
A. C. Freedly.
Mrs. Ackley, Aberdeen.
Mrs. Brock and children, California
George Church, Milton.
J. H. Fink. Spokane.
A. W. Davis. Spokane.
E. D. Ziiiiniernip.il and wfw, Atlun
C. D. Rinkor. Boston.
F. Hopkins, city.
Ray Braton. city.
R. E. Porter, Meacham.
Frank Spike .nd wife, Echo.
Mrs. H. Wonulng, Pomerov.
H. D. Ebey. Portland.
C. Dawson, Albany.
Fred Parsons, Albany.
Mark W. Musgrove-. California.
W. H. Zeller. Adams.
F. J Gardner Portland.
BOOKS ARE NOW CLOSED
AND FOOTED UP.
Registration for 12 Amounts to
4525, Which Is Just 7 1 Voters
Short of the 1900 Enrollment.
C. F. Kennedy, registration clerk,
has just finished the work of rooting
up the recistration books Tor Uma
tilla countv and the official registra
I tion is below the total unniber, toy
t precincts, and a comparison with the
j registration of two years ago.
While many precincts are short
I several votes, the total registration
; onlv falls 71 short of wlnst it was in
I ipnn. One or two pecins have
! been chanced, which makes some
' difference "in .he comparison. The
j figures- follow:
i Athena. South
' Athena. Jsorth
Bingham Springs .
, Hogue ......
Milton. North W7
135 J"- .
ppndloton : 239 210,
Pendleton, North 3.JS 341
Pendleton. South .... l.i 238 221
Pendleton,. East 301 303
Pilot Rock (Alta) 23S 25o
Prospect, (part of Union in
Reservation 1-S 17
Ruddock - 22 -a
Union SO 12S
L matilla ., . . o ai
Ukiah 120 1(9
Vallm- 11- 9G
Vansycle . . -i.- 4 '
Weston, East 127
Willow Springs 53
Total -1525 4596
SHE WAS A FAKE.
Woman and Four Children Stranded
Here Saturday Professional Gaf-i
It would appear from an item ap-!
pearing in the La Grande Chronicle'
of Saturday last that the woman withi
four children mentioned in the East ,
Oreeonian of the same date as being
stranded at the O. R. & N. depot,
and who were later assisted by the
city authorities to get as far as The,
Dalles, was nothing more or less than :
a traveling fakir who is using heri
apparent destitute condition as a;
moans of extracting a living from the i
credulous public. I
At La Grande the woman gave her
name as Mrs. Kate E. Padfild and
told practically the same story as,
civen bv her in Pendleton. The au
thorities and others of La Grande
furnished her with sufficient money
to get to Portland, instead of which)
she left the train here giving heri
name as Mrs. H. H. Cadding and
worked the same graft on this place. ,
Are Decorating School Room.
The Thursday afternoon club has
taken in charge the matter' of dec
orating the entrance of the public
school, at the corner of Court and;
Beauregard streets, and the tollowing
pictures have already been placed on
the walls: A beautiful panel of pan
sies, painted by Mrs. A. D. Stillman;
and framed by Jesse Failing;
'Pharoh's Horses." given by Mrs.,
John Bean and framed by Mr. F. F.
Wamslej'; the "Chariot Race"' given'
by Mrs. C. B. Wade, also a picture ,
by Mrs. James A. Fee. '
'Coaxing Republicant. ,
Salem, May 2C. A number of prom-1
inent Marion county i epublican j
workers received letters Saturday ,
from Republican State Chairman
Matthews saying it will he "A per-i
sonal favor to me" if M.i-y would
work for the state ticket, Some are,
preparing vigorous replies. j
Schlitz'B Milwaukee beer
draught at the Maze.
Itch ! Itch ! Itch !
Awful Itching of Eczema
Dreadful Scaling of
CURED BY CUTICURA
Cunct'iu. Soap, to cleanse the akin of
criulb and scales, Crneciu. Ointment, to
nilay itching, and soothe and heal, and
Cuticuka Resolvent, to cool and cleauso
me uiuou, inaKo tue niwt coinplote and t
speedy cure treatmeut for torturing, dis
figuring bunions, nubes, and irritations,
with lossof hair, which havedoficd theskul '
of tho best physicians nnd all other reme-
dies, a fiingfo set being often snnicient to j
cure the uiogttatinato case. j
Of. toir.SiOntum, i Utwirtsi. Uk. boM
RED ROUGH HANDS -iSJrtS
oimro nirtiire is not "Buffalo
l UT v t . . -pv I
Bill nor "Beau Bnimmel, but Di.
C. j. Whittaker as he appeared to
.. ' "- .., Ir. utraot
the East oregomau aii
attire in Pendleton.
Red Cross at Walla Walla.
,..,, -n-altn. Mnv 26. Tomorrow.
thig cltv wm 01,en the annual
smte meetns Df the Red Cross, and!
, .r esJected that a large number of '
, de,pgate8 from all over the state will j
j bo present. The meetings will con-i
timle over Wednesday and perhaps '
j un,ii Thursday afternoon. A program ,
, of eutertainment has been prepared
bv the locai society. including a re
ception aud concert, and numerous
; drives about the city.
Tim rinnmop rlonp tn !Se O. R &
51 bridge over the Tuuialum at Miltoii
is,lis estimated at ?1S:.
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j Natural I v-h.Mkr J
B B kp v .S4r v:4 -ffe
A natural lithiated
water, delivered to
all parts of the city.
Let us put you on
AVe also carry a
full line of other
mineral waters, for
eign and American.
F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
I Association Bkck.
; i iwiiiw i ii i jjrHw, ii J nil w mi ii i i ii n .Kin, -
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.
Mnslin and Gauze Under
wear. Everything you need for
Hot Weather. You can't do
as well anywhere else as here.
Call and see us,
The Place to Save Monev
For Health, Strength and
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.
Do You Use Your Own Judgncif
&-2&Zi2. A. s?miSr
A M 1?
Have a "Quick Meal" Blue Flame Oil Sfo
THE THOMPSON HARDWARE
ABOUT THE MERITS OF BYERS' FX
It is the finest grade it is possible to nake. .
but the choicest wheat enters into Byers
satisfaction is the result whererever it is used for
or fancy baking.
PENDLETON ROLLER M&
fir (If! Vnil r1r. J
salesman s advice?
. Do you realize thatW
vice may be influenced I
the large profit that ,i. "fJ
self ; compare the quality 0j
fabric and the tailoring U
garments of different nL
the style, fit and general S;
ish ; take particular notice a
inuat mai uca.r inis label'
The Stein-Bloch Co.
They are tailored by those!
taraoin Wholesale Tailors ri
"We sell them, but do not
to influence you unduly. Bi J
critical as you please; locil
every detail ; try on a suit til
compare the effect with triJ
the best dressed man you kai,
We are perfectly willing toa
by your judgment then, and n
know what it will be.
, $5.00 to $25,001
And Your Money Back for the Asking.
The Big Carpet Stall
You Can Beat Our Carpets
in just this or.eway they'll sisaij
kind of beatlrg all right Ycca
beat 'em in style, in varietyofpis
in smallness of cost, in length
in anj good carpet quality. Jaai
you can beat that WILT0.V
selling at $1.25 a yard. Tekeil
our new line of fiber carpet
Makers oi Happy I
Low prices, coupled with '
pets and Malting of knosni
quality, prove attractions
Thf miestion of CaiWtS '
Matting, where best obtained,cj
tied with promptness m ow
where good stj le and real
make low prices so empnaut.
BAKER & F0LSM
Hokers of Happy noma
Keep Your Houses CooI
Put in your kitchen without delay. Cheapest and mt(l'"
feet stove made. One cent a burner an hour fa all
operate the Quick Meal. No trouble to start aud absolute
free from danger. New stock Just in. .
There Is No Question
W. S. Byers, Proprietor