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The superiority of our clothing
is apparent at one glauee Into
our window. The coloring, the
Hhape the Btyle in every suit
allows grace usually to be found
only In the beat custom, tailoretl
clothing. Then the Raving here
Is from tl!.50 to fj.CO what you
would pay in other stores.
Men's All Wool Suits, wor
steds, tweeds and cheviots
$11 00 $12.00 $15.00
Coats and Pants
$5.00 and $6.00
Coat and Vest, for summer,
all sizes $4.00 to $7.00
Coats only $1.00 to $3.00
EUer & Daley
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1902.
The capitalization of new corpora
tions in the East during June was
$19C,1S2,S00, the smallest of any pre
vious month this year.
The total appropriations of con
gress during the session ended Tues
day were over $800,000,000. The to
tal last year was ?730,000,000.
Reports received at Chicago from
all over the "West and Northwest in
dicate that the damage to crops from
rain is less than at first reported.
"Warm July weather will remedy the
The British consulate's report
shows that the exports to the United
States for the past quarter were
11,952,559, an increase of $224,424.
For the fiscal year the exports were
$8,234,607; an increase of $1,619,015.
Judge Sampson, Tuesday, at Min
neapolis, sentenced Captain N. "W.
King, of the detective force, to three
years and six months at hard Inhnr in
the penitentiary at Stillwater. King1,
was convicted of being accessory
after the fact, to a felony.
One hundred thousand men emnlov-
ed by the United States Steel Corpo
ration will receive an advance in!
wages of 10 per cent, which will in- j
crease the annual payroll of the Steel j
Corporation by $4,000,000. The ad
vance applies to union as well as non
Bank notes amounting to $6500'
have been found hidden in two toma
to cans in the cellar of the residence
of the late Mrs. E. Loenna Elmstedt,
at Washington Heights, Chicago.
Thereabouts of the greenbacks
which belonged to the estate of John I
Elmstedt, was a secret which the wo-j
man carried with her to the grave.
She was under order of the probate,
court to produce the money there,'
but never complied with it. For herj
refusal to part with the notes, Mrs.;
Elmstedt served nine months in jail!
for contempt of court. "With all this
money buried, Mrs. Elmstedt was
starving to death when removed to a
hospital by the police.
"William Maher, C. H. Smith, J. H.
O'Neil, W. R. Glendenlng, Portland;
George Pulllman, Julius Merbach, "W.
H. Wallace, F. H. Stocker, Robert A.
Myers, San Francisco; J. A. Gallo
way, La Grande; N. H, "Wilson, Wash
ington; Mrs. "W. R. Walker, Starbuck;
George McGillvery, S. S. Gill, Spo
kane; E. W. Brigham, Boston; D. T.
Rolston, St. Louis; Henry Blackman,
Heppner; J. W. Rowney, Sawyer; J.
E. White and wife, Norton; H. J. Gar
man and wife. A. M. McClain, Idaho;
Miss Jessie Imbler, Enterprise; John
Suyler, Nez Perce; Leo Jornagan,
lone; Jessie A. Huffman, Tekoa; Miss
Dewey, Spokane; O. H. Fay, La
Grande; R. G. Hubbard, C. B. Brad
ford, H. H. Clark, William Lane, Ott
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WALLA WALLA NEWS
BIG CELEBRATION FOR
FOURTH IS NOW READY.
The Golden Rule.
Dr. E. E. Faull. W. H. Kaseberg, T.
J. Berg, Walla Walla; Fred H. Brown,
Colfax; W. Williams and wife, G. D.
Galey, W. W. Robinson. Portland;
W. E. Watterman, H. E. Hamon, B.
Robinson, La Grande; F. J. Robinson,
William J. Moore, J. G. Helfrich, G.
W. Proebstel, Weston; Miss Gertrude
Crawford, Heppner; Miss Margaret
Gray, Douglas; Charles Marcum, Illi
nois; B. D. Fitzpatrick, Michigan; W.
A. Banister, F. E. Wilcox, Thomas
Lester and wife. D. J. Kirk, Milton;
L. Blackwell, Shoshone; W. Boyd,
Nye; Constane Duffy, Mrs. A. R.
Crump, Miss Peter, Perry; W. F. Kel
ley, Mrs, A. Cook, Walter Cook, Og.
den; Ella Demling, Boise City; M.
Russell, G. R. Light, Meacham; Al
bert Hopkins, Idaho; E. H. Mangan,
H. J. Smith, Walla Walla; William
Wright, L. Christain, James S. Baker,
J. A. Grant.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Heavy rains in the Willamette val
ley are reported to have ruined the
Rudolph Gassner, a rancher near
Portland, drove his team onto a live
wire at the corner of Nineteenth and
Flanders streets In that city, 'Wed
nesday, and both horses were killed.
Rucker Rogers, the escaped Walla
Wallla convict, Is supposed to have
been definitely located on a ranch be
tween La Grande and Island City,
and his capture Is confidently expect
George W. Beebe, postmaster at
Sheridan, has been appointed receiver
of the United StateB land office at
Oregon City but .cannot take his office
until he can get rid of the .Sheridan
The body of W. T. Klssenger, the
man who murdered Mrs. Ada Garner,
and then killed himself at Boise,
Idaho, was buried at Fall Creek, the
man's home, near Eugene, Wednes
day, Attorney Charles KIssengor, his
brother, having arrived there Tuesday
night with the body,
Letson Balllett, recently convicted
of fraudulent use of the United States
malls, In connection with the sale of
stock in the White Swan mine near
Baker City, is again advertising with
nip old-time verbosity and exacKera-
lion. The latest appearance of his
-fake advertisements being a full page
-write-up in Harper's magazine.
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the office of T. F. Howard, archi
tect, up to 12 o'clock noon, of Sat
urday, July 12th, 1902, for the erec
tion of a two-story dwelling house
with attic and fatone basement, for
Leon Cohen, according to plans and
specifications prepared for the same
by T. F. Howard, architect Separate
bids will be received up to noon of
Eaturday, July 5th, 1902, for all stone
work of basement and chimneys. The
right is reserved to reject any and
all bids for the work.
June 23th, 1902.
Saves a Woman's Life.
To give up would have meant
death for Mrs. Lois Cragg, of Dor
chester, Mass. For years she had en
dured untold misery from severe
lung trouble and obstinate cough.
"Often," she writes, "I could scarcely
breathe and sometimes could not
speak. All doctors and remedys
railed till I used Dr. King's New Els
covery tor- consumption and was
completely cured." Sufferers from
Coughs, Colds, Throat and Lung
Trouble need this grand remedy, for
it never disappoints. Cure is guar
anteed by Tallman Co. 'Price 50c
and $1.00. Trial bottles Jree.
Sale Flouring Mill Plant
Sealed proposals for the purchase
of the Athena Flouring Mill Com
pany's plant, at Athena. Umatilla
County, Oregon, will be received by
tna undersigned (trustee in bankrupt
cy of, said Milling Company, .to and
including July 10th. 1902. at Athena.
Oregon. The right to reject any and
an mas reserved.
O. Q. CHAMBERLAIN, Trustee
Seaiide and Return, $10.
Beginning July 1, the O. R. & N.
Co. will sell tickets to the seaside
(Seaside. Gearhart ntlfl fill fltatlnna
on the Washington beach between
Ilwaco and Nahcotta) and return at
tiv.vu, iicKOis good until Sept 30.
No stop overs going or returning.
Special Trains to Be Run School
Census Increased Old Pioneer
Dead Mellman Franchise Is Grant
ed. Walla Walla. Juyl 3. Tomorrow
will be the glorious Fourth and
everything Is in readjnesss in this
city for the proper celebration of the
day. A huge parade will be given in
the forenoon, a program of addresses
and music will fo!.low, and In the
afternoon sports and a ball game will
take up the time. In thcevemng two
dances will be given, one by the
band and another by the fire depart
ment. Special trains will be run from Day
ton and Waitsburg, and from Eureka
Flat - country, arriving about 10
A large crowd is expected in this
city. A feature which will bring
crowds In the evening will be a dis
play of fireworks which is promised
to eclipse any former attempt in this
line of entertainment.
Increase in Schools.
The city of Walla Walla has In
creased in school population to the
number of 60 in the past year, as
shown by a census just completed 'by
J. W. Shepherd and J. C. Ryan. The
totnl number of persons of school age1
found in the four wards of the city!
is 2371, as against 2311 last year '
The total for the school district has.
not been secured as the figures have,
not been compiled for the outlying,
section. In one ward, the decrease!
numbered 49. It is expected that a
material increase will be shown for.
the district as a whole.
Well Known Farmer Dead. j
B. H. Bussell, a pioneer of this val
ley, and a wealthy farmer, died at
his farm Tuesday night from injuries
received while driving a young horse.
He was 71 years of age and leaves a
family of grown children, his wife be-.
ing quite feeble. Mr. Bussell was
among the early pioneers of Walla
Walla valley, and had resided contin-'
uously upon his farm, several miles
from this city. Funeral services were
held today, interment being in thei
Valley Chapel cemetery. I
The Electric Franchise.
A franchise has been granted by
the city council to F. B. Romo and
H. Mellmann for the purpose of allow
ing them to operate a general elec
tric business in this city and lay
rails for the construction of a Btrteet!
railway along the streets of the city,
passing through the city from, east to
west. A forfeit of $2000 in cash has
been posted that work will begin
within six months and the line will
be completed within two years. For
the franchise the parties are to pay
a nominal fee to the city annually,
The Mellmann-Romo railway project
is the one Tvhich is said to be certain 1
of construction between Dayton.
Wash., and Pendleton, Or., taking inj.
this city and several smaller places
on the route as now mapped out. ,
to remember In PRESCRIPTION
work. They are
If these points nppeal to you as
essential to the best Prescription
Work, we should le pleased to
serve you. Ask any physiciau
about this matter when he
hands ynu a prescription for
F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Association Block. Phone S51
Good enough 1
All Havana Filler
WHY DON'T YOU
Buy a Farm
While They Are Cheap?
Worth $10 to $12
50c to SI.OG
Will Sell You
$1250 Per Acre
that will be worth $25.00
within five years and
Pay Fifteen Pet Cent
on the investment in the meanwhile
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
,inclMdingishingles, d,oor, win
dows, moulding, (screen doors
and windows -in fact, every
thing that is found in a first
class lumber yard.
" FLORODORA " BANDS an
of same value as tags from
" STAR," " HORSE SHOE,"
"SPEA RHEA D.""STA NDA RD NA V7."
OLD PEACH & HONEY'
SAW LOG," "OLE VARCINY"
or "MASTER WORKMAN" Tobacco.
can always oe had at Failing'B, m .
ially between pea sons. Our Jprfag:
lines have yet many fine lots rennifr
iug, but we must make Bales to bemdj
for fall trade. Now Is the time to bm
cheap. Remnants from 10 to 30 juk
less than cost
75o Carpets now JK;
50c Carpets now
35c to 40c Carpets now
Try the Victor Porch Shade; just tit
thing this hot weather.
That SATISFY USERS,
Bold by JOH BOHSUDT
The Louvre Saloon
PJtNDLKTON . . . ORKGOK
Asbestos Sad Irons
Easiest to use and most convenient; detachable handles.
Guaranteed to be free from defects, and kept in repair.for
See the display in our window, or better still, come in and
look at them.
1 he 1 HOMFSUN MAKUWAWDV
I CIGARS, the best brands I
TOBACCO finest fori
E smoking and chfiwino- 3
viv& to suit all.
There Is No Question
ABOUT THE MERITS OF BYERS' FLOUR
It is the finest grade it is possible to make. Nothing
but the choicest wheat enters into Byers' flour, and
satisfaction is the result whererever it is used for bread
or fancy baking., -
PENDLETQN ROLLER MHI5
W. S. Byeri, Proprietor.
OIL AND GASOLINE
W. J. CLARK & CO.
For Health, Strength and
Polydore Moens, Proprietor.
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