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Outing and Business
Large Assortment of Well Made Garments
BdbI Values Ever Offered
$5:00 $6.00 $9.50 $12.50 $15.00
NEW SUMMER UNDERWEAR
Big Shipment Jnst In. Colors : Blue,
Brown and White
PER SUIT, 50c and $UOO
BAER Sf DALEY
One Price Glothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, Pendleton
BIG PREPARATIONS BEING
' MADE AT WALLA WALLA.
MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1902.
Engineer Thompson of the Texas
Railroad Cimmission has almost com
pleted a statemont of railroad mile
age constructed in that state for the
first six months of this year. The
total Will exceed 600 miles. This
breaks the record for Texas railroad
American "land boomers," who are
handling the lands of the Canadian
Northwest are said to be doing a
rushing business. A syndicate that
bought 1,000,000 acres at $2 per acre
recently sold 250,000 acres at ?3.50
without trouble at one sale to an
Armed with two revolvers, Charles
W. Gale, an insane real estate deal
er, made" two ineffectual attempts to
Kill Albert iSIcMullen, a barber, Frl
day night at Chicago, then he locked
himself up in his office and killed
himself. A quarrel about a woman
was responsible for the tragedy, it
John G. Gallet, the 12-year-old son
of Deputy County Clerk E. G. Gallet,
was struck by a switch engine in the
yards at Pocatello. Ia., Saturday and
was Instantly killed. "With a compan
ion he was playing at the stockyards
and -was walking on the track. He
failed to observe the switch engine
and it caught him, throwing his head
on the rail, the weels passing over
him and crlshing his skull.
With an American flag fluttering
from the reel, the last wire making
up the four cables of the new East
Two Bands Will Be in Attendance
and a Monster Parade Will Inaug
urate the Day's Celebration Walla
Walla Beat Athena.
Walla Walla, June 30. Arrange
ments for the celebration of the
Fourth of July are now completed,
and the program for vthe day has
been announced. The committee in
charge has finally announced a com
pletion, and the details of the work
oven to collecting most of the funds
needed, have received attention.
The Walla Walla band and the
Athena band will discourse music, a
monster parado will occupy the fore
noon, two balloon ascensions are
among the features. Hon. W. II
Thompson, of Seattle, will deliver
an address, and a chorus of 100 voices
will sing the national anthem.
Such, in brief, will be the enter
tainment provided by the committee.
The procession will form at Fifth and
Poplar streets and march through the
principal thoroughfares, finally halt'
The Pendleton. Ing at the court house square, whore
Harry E. Lewis. A. D. Verra 37 E. tue exercises will be held.
Knox, W. A. Derta. C. W. Cara, Chas. Features of the parade will be the
Green, C. W. Wilson. San Francisco: two field batteries from Fort Walla
C. E. Layhan, S. M. Woods. Now Walla, a magnificent Liberty car,
ork; C. F. White and wife. Cosmop- with Miss Jessie Mosgrove as God
oils; fa. Sherman, British Columbia; dess of Liberty, and a number of finq
w. R. Glendeniug, A. Roderick Grant, floats prepared by enterprising bust
u. ti. Richardson, F. A. Peters, R. H. ness men.
iaion, lu. .Peterson, G. W. Hunt, Geo. At the close of the day a fine ills-
Harris, Andrew Nylander, Charles I. piav of fireworks will be given and
DashieH. W. M. Maher. C. M. Smith, two dances be given, one by the
xu. buuiBu, j. 4n. ieai, k. is. uii- band and another by the local fire
faun, . A. WOOOy, Ueorge T. Wil- mn TJ,t lnHnr ontprtnlnmont hns
Hams, Portland; L. H. Agnew, F. S. Wn' nlf.nn,l tn nnnnmmnilnln tlm
b .,y X"UK' um large crowds which are expected.
uuku; w. u. uuamueriain, city; U. (J.
Mader, Iowa; George Stevens and
'ham Springs, where they have been
I .Ilnr. Mm Inof fflW llaVS.
George Williams, of this place, has
taken a contract to build a $2500
house for J. T. Lleuallen, of Adams,
to replace the one destroyed zy fire
a few months ago.
t i v T.lntiallon has returned
from a threo weeks' visit with her
sister at Heppner.
wife, airs. E. Greer, A. S. Heatfleld,
Last year Walla. Walla did not cel
ebrate and an effort Is being made
now to give the people something
W. H. Caton. J. B. Bates, Indiana;", , , , iUB 'TT u'"c" '"b
has been possible in the past.
Business men have contributed
Lindley, Walla Walla; C. D. Gabriel-
son. Salem: W. G. Blatt. Detroit: F.
C. Hind e. Rose Rovse. Davton; Jose- a goocny iunu ior me purpose ami a
phine Nixon. Kalamazoo: j. H. Roul- committee of live citizens has done
ston, Adams; J. W. Burley, Denver; the work oC Preparation in an able
Mrs. Grace Knox, Weston; George manner.
juurnny anu wue, Texas. Yellow Kids Beaten,
The Yellow Kids of Athena, lost to
The Golden Rule. Walla Walla yesterday in an exciting
W. A. Wade, Adams; Mrs. H. 'L. game witnessed by about 1000 peo-
Alexander, Hunt's Junction; R. C. Pie. The game was played on the
Kennedy. Ritzville: A. E. McBreen. Second street grounds and the day
A. F. Bennard, W. S. Sterling. C. Cun- was ideal, with plenty of enthusiasm
ningham, F. J. Gardner, Portland; B. in the crowd which witnessed the
T. Vaughan, A. J. Hall, H. W. Camer- work-
on, C. D. Rinker, S. A. Fraus, WII- Bucket, who has been playing first
Ham, J. Moore, Charles W. Shehorn, base for the locals, was out of the
Elizabeth Jones. Spokane: G. W. game; Bradbury, who has been play-
Chester and wife, Los Angeles; T. G. ing weak for some time, braced up,
Hisbands, Umatilla; Will Coleman, F. and the game was lively from start
R. Oldes, Walla Walla; W. H. Tin- to finish.
die, Colorado; -ii. N. Briggs, city; G. The score stood 3 to 2 in favor of
D. Gefiler and family. South Dakota; Walla Walla, with riine hits and two
Jacob Smith, Cora Smith, Lowiston; errors charged up. Athena made four
J. K. Chandler, G. E. Kuchburg, hits and four errors
Loomis; Joe Otte, J., E. Otte, Hilgard; The game was featured by Brown's
there being three men with that nin
common name in positions. "Babe"
Brown, of the locals, sent a pretty
onfi nver tho rflntnr.fip1il fflnnf. urUh
for InTrtt "HES "STS Uood effect, and Rolo Brown, of Athe-
cured by Hall's Catarh Cure. na, sent another over the fence, just
- , . t-"- Toieao, o to make a home run. Another Brow
,,c, IUB uunemigueu, imve aiiuwu r. J I i,. ,,! i., i. ..
In answer to a telegram from the'Cheney for the pant 15 years, and .believe J :"?J"" "
.v-oi.v- --"'""v-u ul , nesa transactions ana Unancmlly able to
Puget Sound district, asking him to carry out any obligations made by their
River bridge at New York, has been
put into place. This is the end of G- W. Bradley, Athena,
seen months' work by the contrac-l
tors ana marks the commencement How's This,
on the structure proper, which, will
be ready about the fall of next year,
almost simultaneously with the com
pletion of the rapid transit system,
refuse to permit of the expenditure flrn?.vea, . nm- ,k , , .
of moneys appropriated for the St t Tfl So TBUAX- Who,e8a,e Druggtate.
ix)uis Louisiana Purchase ExposI warding, kinnan & mauvin.
tion unless, the trustees agree to keep . wteJfS ZK?lB T?leL -,
It .closed on Sunday. Secretary of the actVnl'S.r
Treasury anaw has replied: "Bill as
passed provides for Sunday closing,
and I will make it part of my busi
ness to see that it remains closed or
free. Price 7Bc per bottle.
Hall's Family Fills are the best
Water for horse heaven.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
A motion has been filed at Des
Moines, Iowa, for a new trial of the
case of Leston Balliet, the Eastern
Oregon mining operator, who was
convicted of using the mails for
fraudulent purposes in connection
with the White Swan Mining iCompa
William Blalock, a Southern Tacl
flc railroad brakeman, whose home is
at Ashland, was thrown from a car
by the, sudden stopping of a freight
train, while switching: In' the yards
at Boaeburg, . Friday. He sustain
edta bad fracture of the right wrist,
and narrowly" escaped being crushed
beneath the wheels of the car.
Bud Srentley, aged ti, was caught
under a slide In his father's prospect
hole, on Big Creek, near Kellogg,
Idaho, Thursday, and suffocated. The
boy ,was, trying to release" his fatljeri
wtio was Imprisoned by a previous
elide, and was covered to his neck.'
The .rather was held all night In this
perilous position and was almost
crazed when the rescuers found him.
Prominent men o Oregon City are
showing a disposition to take a band
In the Portland City & Oregon Rail
way strike, with 'the avowed object
of bringing about .a peaceable settle
ment, If such can bo 'effected. It Is
;poMlble Mat a meeting of the busi
vme jnen and others interested will
be called and a committee appointed
!to itake charge of the matter and see
what arbitration can do.
Ice Cream Social at O'Hara Schoo
to Buy an Organ,
Weston, June 29. Last night the
surface of the system. Testimonials sent neople o Hara aChol district held
Hold by all an ice cream social at the school
house, two and a half miles east of
Weston. About 200 people were nres
ent who came to have a good time
and It is safe to say they were not
cllsnnnaintefl. hrnm nnrlv In thn in.
ound In a Well at a Depth of 169 ning until after midnight the grounds
Feet were crowded by the merry makers
The wheat raisers of th TTnrn and all went home filling the air with
Heaven country feel related over the exclamation joints In reference to the
success that has attended the exper- occasion. The social was held to
lment or drilling wells for the pur- IUI 1UUUB lu uuj organ.
pose of securing water. Uharles layior, of the Fair store,
Recently W. F. Sham, of Thn "as returned rrom a trip to Spokane.
Dalles, who owns a 3200-acre ranch, wnore ne attended the convention of
struck a fine stream at a depth of tne Cafm Buyers' Union, held at that
169 feet. The water rises 70 feet in PJace from the 23d to the 28th Jnst.,
the hole and shows a test of 250 iraUl ana amo ,iaia in a stock of fall goods.
Ions per hour. The cost of the well Mr- anfl Mrs- Nerval Bradley re-
was ?850 and -will give sufficient mrnea yesterday fro ma trip at Bing
water for all the land owned by Mr.
Sharp, who -will now prepare to plailt
au hiB nody of land to wheat next
A number of other big wheat rais
ers of the Horse Heaven country are
preparing to drill for wells on their
Dldn.'t Know Him.
The following from tho Browns
vlllo (Ore.) Times is too good to
Kepp: An old man. a republican.
deaf as a door nail, came to town on
election day to vote. .His eyesight
was also defective, and - one of tho
judges went with him Into the' booth
to prepare his ballot for bim. When
the question of voting ion the Initia
tive, and referendum was .reached
the Judge asked him how he wanted
tO Vntft It. rrh( nl1 tnnn noimlil
vo?clatba7couia,ndh he rn,; ''ss&i
voice that could have been heard , In and makes Uielialr grow upon n.clen, whole.'
a saw mill, "Referendum! who in ome, healthy scalp when all cUo fails.
h 1 is he?" !.TC!
Prevented by warm shampoos with Coticuba
8oap, and light dressings of Ctrricuiu, pur.
est of-eiuolllent skta ;urco. ThU treatment
at once stops falllus hair, clears the ncaln nt
The Spite House in New York, Five
Feet Wide, Four Stories High.
Among the many curiosities of the
city or New York are several freak
buildings. For instance there is the
spite house at Eighty-second streot
n.ni T.nvlntrton avenue, only five feet
wide, yet four stories high nud dono
In brick and brown stone; then there
is the "midget" bookstore which is
about eight feet high, about ton long
and scarcely three feet wide in some
places, being triangular in shape,
now plans for another freak building
have been filed. It Is to be a "one
story brick stand" on a plot of
ground having a frontage on ( Third
Avenue of only six Inches and ex
tending along 149th street only four
tPPn Inches. J. Clarence Davies, to
whom the plot belongs, proposes toi
provide vault privileges covoring
space 20 by 23 feet. His Bcheme Is!
to erect a brick stand one story!
liirh mi from the vault space the ex
act size of the tiny plot, on which
will be a sign advertising the pur
poses for which the basement room
will be used.
Rubbed it in a Little.
Joaquin Miller says Bret Hart was
always disgusted with his ..Heathen
Chinee" glory, and alwayB begged his
friends not to mention it. Once Mil
ler and Harte went to breakfast with
Lord Houghton of London, and on
his way Harte asked if the guests
would be likely to quote from that
awful poem. This prompted Miller
to tip Lord Houghton a wink, and
the jolly old nobleman gave the tip
to a lot of young fellows, at his table,
and thoy all talked nothing else.
However, Harte soon saw through :
the joke and he never betrayed his
impatience of the subject again.
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We give free tickets on the blcycl
with every dollar's purchase. Martln'i
Family Grocery and Bakery.
Ping Pong Punch
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Association Block. 2hone 851
t tO COURT STREET
u li v uotw ecu pcanuuB. uur
uucfl uc vet uiauy nnciOH
for fall trade. Now ia the timeto
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60c Carpets now ,.
35c to 40c Carpets now
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