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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1902.
Fire Sunday, at Clinton, N. C, de
stroyed 42 stores and residences,
causing a loss of $100,000 on which
there was little insurance. Among
the buildings burned was the Ephi
At least 50 tramps were caught in
the wreck of a freight train on tho
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern
Railway at Thirty-ninth street, Chi
cago, Sunday. Eight cars were tele
scoped. Most of the men were only
Tho sultan of Bacalod, Mindanao,
has sent an insultingly worded let
' ter to the commander df the Ameri
can expedition to Lake Lanao, in Min
danao, in which he threatens to he-0.-
gin offensive operations in August.
The sultan is at present strengthen
ing his position.
Twenty negroes were injured Sun
day at Charleston, S. C, by the fall
ing of a veranda at a church funeral.
After the body hail been borne from
the building the negroes made a wild
rush for the entrance to get a last
view of the coffin. Two hundred
men, women and children were bur-
led in the debris.
-The total of Germany's exports for
the year ending June 30, to the
United States is $101,714,0G4, an in
crease of $1,827,050 over the amount
for the year ending June 30, 1901.
The exports of this year reached
the record figure. In 1898 they
amounted to $74,250,000 ; in 1899,
$84,000,000; in 1900, $98,800,000, and
in 1901, $99,887,014.
There was mourning among tho
Hoosevelt children Sunday. "While
rthey were at breakfast tho trick dog
presented to Archie by Colonel Clo
.sen, of Chicago, died. The dog's
mother, "Bossie," recently exhibited
Tier tricks at tho White House, and
so pleased was Mrs. Hoosevelt over
the performance that she gave Colo
nel, Ciosen a handsome collar for tho
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
Farmington, Wash., has decided to
hold its postponed Fourth of July cel
ebration on July 11.
As a Tesult of an old feud, T. H.
Lovell shot and killed Horace Road
man, on Lower California Creek, the
murderer alleging that his victim had
been Interfering with his family af
fairs. Ho also claims self-defense.
The Elks haYO decided to erect a
temple In Baker City. A committee
has been at work for some time try
ing to secure a site for the building,
and at the last meeting of tho lodge
reported that it had succeeded. The
work of erecting tho building is to
be commenced at once, and if possi
ble tho structure will be completed
Charles I. Flynne, of Baker City,
has been appointed i deputy grand
president of Eagles for the state of
Oregon. Tho Eagles have no grand
lodges In the various states, hence
It la necessary always to appoint a
deputy to look after the various sub
ordinate lodges. Mr. Flynne succeeds
John Lamonto, of Portland.
Tho official census of the Coeur
d'Alone Indian reservation shows a
totAl nf 492 inhabitants, with a total
acreage under cultivation of 37,000
Tho land on the reservation, how
over, Is In bad condition, being poorly
fnrmpil and nrecnant with wild oats.
It will take several years or summer
fallowing to get a largo portion of
tho land In propor suape ior mo uui
lng off of good crops.
Tho superiority of our clothing
is apparent at one glance into
our window. The coloring, tMe
shape the style in every sul
howfl grace usually to bo found
Only lu tho best custom tailored
slothing. Then the saving hre
Is from $2.50 to ,5.C0 what you
would pay in other stores.
Men's All Wool Suits, wor
steds, tweeds and cheviots
$11 00 $12 00 $15.00
Goats and Pants
$5.00 and $600
Coat and Vest, for smnmer,
all sizes $4.00 to $7.00
Coats only $1.00 to $3.00
Baer & Daley
ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
P. C. Holland, Portland; J. H.
Hemphill, Minneapolis; Ona V. Gill
iam, Heppner; George McGlllvery,
George W. Brown, J. H. Kloeckman,
S. S. Gill, Spokane; J. F. Nicholson,
St. Paul;- James H. Koontz, Echo;
F. Walden and wife, Washington;
Mrs. Henry Zeiss, St. Louis; Mrs. E.
J. Hicks, Canyon City; C. L. Cox.
The Golden Rule.
F. J. Gardner, A.. F. Bernard, -An-,
son George, L. Cunningham, G. L.
Thatcher, G. D. Galey, Portland;
Robert Lavner, Umatilla; Nellie Rob
inson, Baker City; J. A. Nelson and
wife, city; B. F. Medler and wife,
Miss Medler, Wasco; J. L. Thai, San
Francisco; W. L. Davis and wife,
Memphis; P. E. Hunsucker, Spo
kane; Elmer Chastain, Milton; F. H.
Benge and family, F. Benge, Wash
tucna; F. H. Beathe, Weston; J. New
man, Corvallis; R. Ankeny, J. Anke
ny, Walla Walla; Albert S. Johnson,
Athena; Mrs. Harry Jackson, Jacob
Behrens, James Harp, G. T. Jackson,
H. S. Rogers.
Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by uan s caiam cure.
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htm to be perfectly honorable in all busi
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surface of the system. Testimonials sent
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Hall's Family Pills are the best
What the People of That Burg Are
Doing to Pass the Time.
Helix, July 7. Tho parents of D.
B. and H. A. Richardson, who have
been on a visit from Canada, went to
Pomeroy on Wednesday last. D. B
Richardson and wife went with them
on a short visit to that place.
Those who attended the Fourth of
July celebration at Bingham Springs
from this place, report having a very
good time considering circumstances,
rain making It very disagreeable in
Tho picnic at Frank King's grove,
west of this place, was well attended
by Helix people on July 4th.
idlss Kittle Sharp, of Athena, who
came out on a visit to Miss Alcy Foss
who has been teaching school in Ju
niper, returned home Saturday. Miss
Foss wont with her.
Ben Dlcklns and famllv. lately
from Palouso, are now residents of
Mr. Modena and Mr. Simpson, of
Athena, were In Helix on July 4.
Miss Anna Bramson returned Sat
urday from Freewater, where she
visited her parents and friends dur
ing tho Fourth.
Ril Reeder entertained a few of his
bachelor friends at tho homo of A. W.
nrnvcf fin thf h'fllirtn.. &1SO TWO
friends from Missouri. An excellent
dinner was served.
Robert Allison, an employe of L. D.
Smith, returned Saturday evening
from Dayton, where ho haB been vis
Hiss Lulu Stanton and Miss Pearl
Smith went to Pendleton Saturday,
on n shnnnlnc OxnedltlOU.
nr. ninea and Pete Sonea went to
Walla Walla last Friday, tho latter
going to see his wife, who is in tno
hospital at that place.
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1 ROW 111 COURT
CHIEF OF POLICE AND JUDGE
CLASH AT WALLA WALLA,
Chief Kauffman Accused Police Jus
tice Classford of "Standing In"
With Sporting People and Was
Fined $40 and Given a Day In
Walla Walla, July 8. A wild scene
occurred in the police court yesterday
altornoon, and one of tho most bitter
controversies in tho history of tho
city received another chapter, when
Chief of Police Kauffman openly
charged Police Justice Glassford
with "standing in" with lewd women
and their consorts in this city. For
these overt acts Kauffman was fined
several times for contempt of court,
and once was sentenced to servo one
,in.- in Mm nitv Inll for a similar of
fense. The wildest excitement pre
vailed about tho city hall for a time,
and the spectacle of the chief of po
lice looking for a "cop" to lock him
in the jail, with every policeman re
fusing to perform the duty asked,
was a scene seldom equalled and
The case on trial came over from
last week. M. Stlllinger was arrest
ed last Wednesday charged with be
ing drunk and disorderly. He was
placed in tho city Ja,U and tho fol
lowing day was released by the chief
without orders from the court, upon
promise of Stlllinger that ho would
leave tho city. Stilliuger Is not a
good citizen, as his wife has been liv
ing in a crib on Rose street for over
a month. When Stlllinger was be
ing jailed he was struck by Kauff
man and the blow made a large
swelling on his face, traces being in
Out of jail once, Stlllinger refused
to leave the city, and was found upon
tiio streots Saturday and locked up
without a warrant. Yesterday after
two witnesses aid tho chief had tes-
tified to the acts of Stlllinger, when)
ho was talking loudly upon the,
streets, the court asked how It hap
pened that the, man had been re
arrested in the manner apparent.
The chief replied that ho had au
thority to do so and could arrest
without a warrant. This was agreed
to in the first instance, but the court
held that in the second instance the
case had been closed and a warrant
should have been issued. Thereup
on tho defendant was dismissed and
went his way. , . .
Kauffman grow angry and accused
the court of "standing in" with peo
ple like those in court, Stlllinger and
his wife. The insulting remark was
met by a fine of $5 for contempt of
court, and then the trouble began.
Kauffman raged and demanded
that the fine bo made greater, while"
he reiterated his charge. Tho fine
was increased piecemeal until it ag
gregated $40 and a day in jail. Tho
sentence to jail awoke eveiy bit of
resentment in Kauffman and he fair
ly raved, having to bo called to or
der. His friends interested them
selves and the incident closed.
When upon the street Glassford
was accosted and again told how ho
was held in disregard by Kauffman,
and then Kauffman announced his
rrmiHrmss to be locked tin. No ono
would put him in jail and tho mayor
was appealed to. He at once par
doned tho chief and there tho mat
tor was allowed to rest.
It Is understood that tonight
charges will be filed with the coun
cil against Glassford, and the whole
matter may bo aired before long.
Shooting of Johnson.
Tho Long Creek RangeV contains a
meagre account of tho shooting at
Susanvillo the night of; tho 3rd inst.,
In which William Johnson lost his
life and Joo Williams' was slightly
wounded in tho hand. The shooting
was drrao in solf-defenso by J. A.
Crlsman. Crisman gave himself up
to the officers Immediately after tho
Sunday morning fire was discover
ed in the European Hotel, Tho Dalles'
and the building, which was an
old one, was completely destroyed,
together with two adjoining cottages
About $7000 damages was also done
to tho county court house.
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