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Harvest Wearing Apparel
We can supply you with everything ili the Cloth
ing, Shoe and Hat Line, you need 'during the
We are offering a regular harvest of bargains dur
ing pur. Special .Harvest .Sale, .which -is .now in
BAER Sf DALEY
One Price Clothiers, Fumvthers ami Hatters, Pendleton
729 Main Street
WANTS MAIDEN NAME.
TALK OF THE GAME IN
"nsc :ues for Divorce
Ground of Cruelty.
Through her attorney. Peter West,
Mrs. Alice L. Lawrence has filed suit
for divorce from her husband, Frank
LEAGUE. ;c. Lawrence. They were married in
Malley, Idaho, In December, laoi, nnu
lapld Changes of Percentage The J j August of the same year plaintiff
Chances in Next Games Other
News and Talk of the Game.
This is the season when percent
alleges that plaintiff became so cruol
to her that he made life unbearable
to her. He dcRertcd her and failed
'I m jirovlde. She also alleges that he
'res In the Inlnnd Empire League are I threatened her life nnd she was afraid
loing some ramd fluctuating-and with! to live with him. They have no chll
Wnext series of four games to he j jren. She asthe cjrttot
nlayed this week almost any kind of;her niai,en ,mme, which was Alice
TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1902.
Monday was celebrated throughout
he British nation as a day of thanks
giving for the king's recovery.
Mounts i.edoubt, Ilminana and Au
gust in, in the Cook's Inlet section,
Alaska, continue to emit smoke.
Three persons were killed and a
dozen seriously Injured Sunday as a
result of the derailing of an express
train between Carleville and Lille,
The Opera House block, which was
occupied principally by the Imperial
Dry Goods Company, was gutted by
fire early Sunday, at Altoona, Pa.
Forty-one American cruisers and
gunboats assembled and were dressed
at Cavite Saturday, and fired 21 guns
at noon in honor of the coronation of
John Price, an employe of the Ring-
ling Bros.' circus, fell from the circus
train about three miles west of Poca-
tello, Saturday night, and was killed.
Trice's home was at Kerwin, Kana.
William K. Vanderbilt's Nettie got
third place in the race for the Prix de
la Societe d'Encouragement. His
.Marigold was third in the contest for
the Prix Yacowles at Beauville,
The town of San Fernando de Ma
saya, which is situated at the foot of
the volcano Masaya, is reported in;
danger from eruption. The town has
a population of 22,000, nine-tenths of
whom are natives. The volcano is 1
about 3000 feet high.
"W. H. Casey, San Francisco.
W. B. Honeyman, Portland.
Thomas isester. Portland.
P. Dawson and family, Heppner.
W. R. Glendenlng, Portland.
W. E. R. Notman and wife.
Ad Schill, St Paul
William Fitzgerald, city.
A S. Heatfleld, Spokane.
George McGilvery, Spokane.
N. Berkley, ciy.
The Golden Rule.
C. E. Smith and wife. Grant's Pass,
u. Cunningham, Portland.
G. W. Bradley, Athena.
Lyman Griswold. Helix.
E. L. Hutchinson, Nerosom.
O. F. Thompson and wife, Echo.
J. M. Pruitt, city.
Miss Pearl Barrett, Portland.
Mrs. A. F. Barrett, Weston.
L. Morentz, La Grande.
C. Cunningham, Portland.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
W. R. McRoberts, Spokane.
J. S. Brakebill, Walla Walla.
W. L. Davis, Minneapolis.
Sol Genney, Athena. .
Joseph Gonzales, Athena.
Luther Mounty. Valley.
L..W. Brown, Walla Walla.
J. -E. Gault and wife, Meacham.
M. Fiyiyana, Portland.
Norman Root, Valley.
Ed Harris, Valley.
DOG KILLED A PIG.
Also a Cat. Two Chickens and Tried
to Kll la Calf Is Now for Sale.
Dean Tatom is the proud possessor
put f.1, !east' he ability, but he can bat some.
Captain Brown, in center field
1 of a valuable bull
was proud of his pup until he toook
J him out to the ranch a few days ago.
Since then hp hns boon dnlno- oil Ho
Ed White, proprietor of a saloon, 1 can to get rid of the pup. He offered
was shot and killed on-the street at . him for sale and went so fnr no tr nf.
rhnnge -may be expected. The Indi
ins are still in the lead but three"
more defeats at the hands of Walla
Walla will put them in second place
This place, however, they will hardly
go into as there are a number of rea
sons why they are confident of win-
! ning at Walla Walla a majority or at
least half of the games to be played
Last weeks' games were surprisers
in more than one way. La Grande,
which had been given the worst of it
by every team in the league except
Baker City, supposedly one 01 tne t
'astest in the combination, went to .
the Gold Diggers' home town nnd didl
ome things to them which were sur-l
"rising. And again, Walla Walla,
third place holder, and scratching to
keep from going to the rear, came
over and took three games from the
leaders, in one of which they clearly
outplayed the Indians.
The Next Series. '
The next four games of the series j
will be played at La Grande between
the Beet Pullers and the Gold Dig-1
srers, and at Walla Walla between the
Indians and the Sharpshooters. Lanrej
delegations will be on hand from both
visiting towns to cheer their teams to
victory and there is confidently ex
nected to be some first-class ball play-
The fans of Pendleton are arrang
ing to do as Walla Walla did, and run
a special excursion tram rrom mis
city to Walla Walla and it is believ
ed a large delegation will go over.
There should be several hundred who
will make the trip as the railway will
cive the same rate as was allowed
the Walla Walla visitors last Sunday.
With Hayes, Taylor, Wilner, Salis
bury, Stovall and Hammond the In
dians have about as strong a pitching
string as any team in the league, if
not a little stronger.
Ziegler, lately third baseman and
captain of the Indians, now playing
at Portland, was taken off third in
Sunday's game and put in right field,
on account of three bad errors made
by him. Shortly after beiug transfer
red he redeemed his reputation by
crawling up on the fence and making
a spectacular one-handed catch.
Later he batted out the winning run.
Salisbury is not only a pitcher of
Portland's Elks' Carnival.
Everybody remembers the great
carnival on Sixth street, which the
Portland Elks gavo two years ago.
The street fair on a scale twice as
great, aud with many of the latest
midway attractions, is to be repro
duced September 1 to 33 in Portland,
extending from Seventh and Wash
ington streets to Flanders street, tak
ing in the park blocks.
Cool the Blood
In all Gases of Itching
While Cleansing the Skin and
Scalp with hot baths of CUTI
CURA SOAP and healing the
Raw, Inflamed Surface with
Complete Treatment, $1.25
Or.PoAr.tie.tOisTMtTT.Me.; RuotTixT.iOe. Sold
trrr!trt. Pnnis u, axd C. Jim-.,Pro(-,Uotoa.
HAVE YOU EVER THOUGHT
WHAT THAT MEANS?
Oklahoma City, Okla.,
Arthur Moore. White
along the street with
when Moore appeared
Bhooting. Moore is under arrest,
Deibert Preston, a 15-year-old bov,
has made a confession to the authori
ties of Omaha, of having caused the
wreck" of a passenger train on the
Rock Islano, near South Omaha. July
24, by which one man was killed and
Beveral others injured. According to
nis story, he was spending an idle
hour on the track and nicked un an
iron spike, which he left lying on the
Pacific northwest news.
fer to give him away
C . 1 - -
ouverai nays ago Air. Tatom con
cluded that his pup. which was set
ting large enough to run away from
home, would be safer and better off
on the ranch. Accordingly he took
the dog out and had not been there
long until the pup began to make him
self at home. The first thing he did
was to hunt up the house cat and kill
it without ceremony; next he killed a
pig, then began on the chickens and
slew several of them. From the
chicken yard he went to the calf lot
and began to scrap with a week-old
calf. When discovered by Mr. Tatom
the dog had the calf almost dead and
was apparently enjoying ranch life
Thurston county, Washington, dem
ocrats will hold a convention August
A large section of valuable timber
land is reported on fire at Selwood.
near Oregon City.
Grass and brush fires within the
city limits of Portland are keeping
the fire department of that place
The report that the stage road!
leading up Mt. Hood to Cloud Cap Inn
has been closed by fire, Is said to be
Oscar Anderson, a Fraser River
cherman, is under arrest charged
with the mu: ler of a companion,
Herman Jacobson. hook-tender at
the Deep River Logging Company's
camp, near Astoria, was killed Sun-j
host in himself and infuses all kinds
of ginger In the other fielders. Brown
is just as safe a fielder as "Snec"'
Hurlburt, and that is saying some-f
At Baker City the other day they;
had two umpires, one from each i
team, and the result was that each j
umpire was so afraid of -being accus-'
ed of favoritism to his own team that ,'
he pave them considerably the worst i
of all decisions.
Umpire Ryan, whose work here
caused such dissatisfaction last week,
will umpire the Baker City-La Grande
games at the Beet Pullers' town this
week. May he give better satisfaction.
A man who saw the Walla Walla-
Pendleton games here last week re
marked fter one game that the
teams did not need an umpire. What
they wanted was a referee.
The Indians want one more heavy
hitter and then they have the hard-
slugging aggregation in the
Baker City has decided to advertise
for bids for supplying the city with
0 arc Iiehts for a period of one year.
Given Sixty Days.
Henry McDonald, a colored man ar- oaf
rested Monday charged with the theft jeagne
ul v. cuai uuu vuai, was sentenced 10
serve CO days fn the county jail. The
trial was before Judge Fitz Gerald
Monday afternoon without either
prosecuting attorney or lawyer for
either side. The accuser and accused
did their own cross-tjugstloning and Ui
thi inilpp ApoipA thp. m fipmrfiine-1 &
- t C3 " " - "-"0
t. the evidence. McDonald has been
working in the harvest crew of Hen
ry Molstrom, and seeing a coat and
vest which looked" good to him, he
took possession and proceeded to
dress un. Now he reErets that they
were ever loft ra his sight to tempt
Xi IIEI.I' YOU REMEMBER I
Filipino Colony for Texas.
Fifteen Filinlnos have arrived in
day afternoon by being struck with Caldwell county. Texas, just south of
a log. ! Austin, and will form the nucleus for
The courts at Salem nave just de-,a large agricultural colony which will
elded that building and loan corapa-he established there. Bays the New
nies operating In Oregon can charge; York Times. They come direct from
nn mnrf. trmti the leeal rate of C ner the Philippines, and when they have
cent on their loans. made homes for themselves they will
. send for their families. Thov propose
A young man giving the name 01 , tp 5ntr0QUCe a number of Philippine
A. J. Horner was arrested in Salem j agricultural products which they be-
aunuay monung wmrBcu wnu : jeVe are adapted to Texas soil and
ceny or a uicycie. wnen urrusieu
the man was making way with the
Misses Kate Monner, Nellie Duffy,
and Myrtle Carr were thrown from
a back by a runaway team Sunday,
and the first named was quite seri
ously Injured, at Forest Grove. The
back was demolished.
I have removed ray office to the
building on -Court street, one door
east of First National Bank building,
where I will continue in same lines
of business as heretofore.
J. R, DICKSON.
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lotli llTourhomeUot the right ion. Juit a
reminder that wetiavealio those Iron Bound
Hutw on the Winnns Wagon No loow boxes
ni greaeln hubs. They run eauler tbait any
other make Try them. The Storer Gaioltue
jnKin Is the stronceJt and rno economical
Engine made. SEE US ABOUT IT.
See Us About Gasoline Engines
Water Bt near Afaln, Pendleton, Ore.
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and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal patronage. It is the
advertising medium of this section.
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Compound Lace Leather, Water Bags,
and in fact everything you need in
the Hardware Line
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75c Carpeta now
60c Carpets now
36c to 40c Carpets no
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thing tuts uoi wettui".
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