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TUESDAY, JULY 1, 1902.
Our Special Sale on Men's
and Boys' suits will continue
all week. Special reductions
on all suits soid this week.
Buy your new suit this week
and save money enough on
it to buy you a nice dress
Where Whole Families Can
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TWO INTERESTING DECISIONS
OPINIONS OF INTEREST
TO EASTERN OREGONIANS
Sharp Ideas In
Supreme Court at Salem Has Hand
ed Down Decisions in Cases of
Much Local Interest.
The supreme court at Salem has
handed down the following decisions
which will be of Interest to the read
crs of the East Orcgonian:
G. D. Simmons, -respondent, vs.
Oregon Railroad & Navigation Com
pany appellant; appeal from Umatil
la county, Ellis, judge; affirmed.
Onintnn liv CMpT JiisHpp Ttflnn.
This is an action to recover dam
ages for injuries suffered through
negligence of the operators of a train
J upon which he was riding. He had
been a fireman over IS months on
helper engines on the Blue Moun
tains. He was Injured while riding
without a pass or ticket upon one df
the freight trains, and was returning"
from consultation with the company
! physician. He had paid the regular
hospital fees. The defense of the
company was that the relation of
passenger and carrier did not exist
I between plaintiff and defendant, but
the supreme court held that plaintiff
"was lawfully on the train, for the
purpose of being carried home, with
the consent and by the permission
of the conductor." In an exhaustive
opinion the court reaches the conclu
sion "that the conductor of the train
had apparent authority to receive
him thereon as a passenger, and that
he must be regarded as a passenger."
Oregon lAnd. & Construction Com
pany, respondent, vs, the Allen Ditch
Company, appellant: appeal from
Umatilla county; reversed. Opinion
by Justice "Wolverton.
This was an action to enjoin the
defendant from diverging water from
the Umatilla river in disregard of
the riparian rights of plaintiff. The
opinion elaborately discusses the
facts and legal aspects of the case,
and concludes "that defendant's
rights are dependent entirely upon
the statutes of limitations, but, as we
have seen, the statute runs in its fa
vor, thUB giving It title by prescrip
tion to the amount of water that will
flow through an aperture seven and
a half feet by 12 Inches, under a six
inch pressure, and the decree oi the
court will be that defendant be en
joined from a diversion of any larg
er amount. The appellant is entitl
ed to costs and disbursements in
A WILD ROUND-UP.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK.
f The Strahon
Martin BIogIc a
Everything New, Clean
and first class.
'Good Beds and Well
kept and Cool Rooms.
Formerly ot (he Dcsptla
Telephone Main 106.
No Sediment to Foul
No Disease Germs to
Endanger Your Health
ViN ORSDALL & ROSS
Indians and Cowboys in Arizona Have
a Great Hunt
For several months past the moun
tain lions, bears and wolves have
been playing sad havoc with the
stock in the ranges of some parts of
Arizona, according to dispatches
from there. With 10,000 cattle on
the range, the heavy losses in calves
and yearlings byN the ravages of the
wild animals have cut down the di
vidends of the Colin Campbell stock
company, which owns the range, con
siderably. "Charley" Montgomery,
famous all over Arizona as a hunter
and who was chief of scouts under
General Crook during the trouble
with the Apaches, was engaged to
exterminate the animals which have
been raiding the herds. He engaged
100 men of the Plna tribe and had a
big round-up of the "varmints."
Early In the morning hl3 Indians
and a score of cowboys surrounded
a district five miles spuare in the
foothills of the Chiricahua range
and gradually closed in toward the
center, with 200 dogs in the rodeo.
As they reached the center of the
circle, catamounts, black bears, coy
otes and an occasional grizzly bear
tried to break through the line, but
were met by a shower of bullets.
Dozens of animals perished in the at
tempt to escape, but 200 others were;
finally cornered in a box canyon and
the redskins and cowpunchers pick
ed them off from the rocks above.
There were scores of close con
flicts with the enraged and frighten
ed brutes and in one melee four In
dians were fearfully mangled by a
grizzly before their shots finally fin
ished the bear. One of the reds, An
tonio Hermo, a former chief of the
tribe, received fatal wounds from the
claws of the big fellow. The dogs
closed in on the victims and dozens
of them were killed before the'
slaughter was -complete. The final
count showed nineteen dead moun
tain lions, five grizzlies, two lynxes
and over 100 coyotes doubtless the
biggest round-up of wild animals that
has ever occurred in Arizona.
fc-B If V
When yon buy Diamond ' C" soap you know
what yon are getting, as far as weight goes.
When yon use
you also know what yon are getting, as far as
quality goes. It is good soap -goes further
and lak better work than any other laundry
soap. It is honest weight and does honest work.
c rr-p nTA-unvn "C" WRArPEttS We redeem them
f ofUoSf Sefal and att&ttr article. Illustrated
iihoSS over MO mnh sh uppers, .out
on requcstTA postal will brine it.
Premium Dept. The Cfldahy Packing Co, So. Onto. Nek.
Gray's Harbor Com. Co.
Opp. W: & C. R. Depot
"When getting figures from
others on that lumber bill of
yours, don't forget, to come
and see us. We carry a large
stock of all kinds of
including shingles, door, win
dows, .moulding, screen doors
and windows in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
For loimtiii TntTil
t We hare opened & Jivery stable at
wd Springs where the public will
ted good turnouts.
We make a specialty of conveying
people to and from Teal Spring.
Tie Depot Stable,
Bimbj Sherry and Elvin Oralg,
jAll Havana Filler
Ice Cream Socials and Music's
Charms While the Passing Hours.
Helix, June 30. Robert Montgom
ery is here on a visit to his mother
and other ' relatives, from his home
near Portland where he is engaged
In the wheat iusiness.
Sam Starr has again returned to
Helix for a short period.
Prof. Story of McMinnville preach
ed at the Baptist church to a large
congregation Sunday evening.
James Hill, Will Knight and Jack
and Lewis Huson went to Pendleton
Several of the Pendletonians at
tended the Degree of Honor lodge
here on Thursday evening. Among
the visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Peter
son, Mrs. Richmond, Mrs. Sloan, Mrs.
Stevens, Mrs. Shockey, Bessie Hicks,
Mr. Alterstead and Mrs. Devinnie.
Refreshments were served consisting
of ice cream, coffee and cake, and a
general good time was reported by
Lyman Griswold of Wallulu will
spent the summer with his father, Dr.
Mrs. F. G. Montgomery of Pendle
ton and Miss Lottie McNette of Wal
lulu visited friends in Helix Thursday
The ice cream social and entertain
ment given by the Lady Maccabees
on Saturday evening last was large
ly attended. One of the features of
the evening was the Maccabee drill I
given by twelve guards, which wasi
pronounced excellent.. The Helix j
band was also present and rendered!
excellent music for the occasion. The I
Willie Shannon returned Saturday
evening from Washington where he
went to attend the bedside of iis
mother, who has been seriously ill
He reports her slightly improved
when he left.
THE STANDARD FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS
ESBERG-GUNST CIGAR CO., Distributing Agents.
GRAND FREE PICNIC
Dancing Begins at 2 o'clock each Sunday. Bosses to
and from the grounds day and Night.
RESTAURANT ON GROUNDS. The grove can be engaged for
picnic parties by applying to PETER SMITH, at Hotel
Are made cheaply. You get just what you pay
for. Same way with higher priced ones the
higher priced the better. If you are not thinking
o' price alone, we should like to talk with you.
W. G. McPhetson .
Heating and Ventilating Engineer
47 First Street, Portland, Oregon
" FLCRODORA " BANDS en
of same value as tags from
" STAR," " HORSE SHOE,"
SPEARHEAD," "STANDARD NA VT"
" OLD PEACH & HOUEY"
"SAW LOG," "OLE VARGINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacte.
Vansycle, June 30. Rain Is badlj
needed. A dust storm Monday after
noon raised the hopes of the people)
that rain would follow, but instead '
of the much wished for down-pour
only a few drops fell.
W. J. Stockman and family have
pnnp in Tjlhmnn HnHncn nn o vfult I
and will also visit friends in Ukiah
before their return. Mrs. Henry Pet
erson, Mr, Stockman's daughter is
keeping bouse for them during their
A number of people from Vansy
cle and vicinity will go to Bingham
Springs to spend the Fourth.
A. C. Brotherton and son Frank
went to Wall "Walla Monday,
We have them now. A
Sewing Machine for $2$
cash. Warranted, and will
be kept in repair for five
years without cost.
Remember my guaran
tee means something. You
don't have to send your
machine to Portland or Chi
cago for repairs.
We still have the Kings
of all Sewing Machines, the
io years ahead of all oth
ers. Oils and needles.
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on the shirt. r . .
the male ropulation'
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and cuffs ln ai
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maximum oi value at mintonnoitat
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See Us About Gasoline 1
N EAGLE BROTHERS
water St, near Mais, faaSaaJ
WHY DOMT I!
Buy a Fai
WMle They Are CI?!;,
Will Sell Yon
that will be worth $SIM
within five years arf ,
Pay Fifteen Pet Crfj
on the investment in tb
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locatad in the tZ4
the Umatilla iu?c,
furniture, IO;T -n-rfl
Absolute control of fnt
trout fishing -v j
sell 80 acre ..gt