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New Fan and
A Guarantee Goes With Every Hat. Prices $1.25 to $5.00
Closing out of Golf Bhlrts at Closlng-out Prices.
Our Line of Men's and Boy's Shoes Is the best la the City.
One Price Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, Pendleton
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1902.
Nicaragua Is trying to get tho other
South American republics to Join her
la a confederation to wage wnr
gainst Colombia. There are also
rumors of a revolution In Brazil.
Bichardson's stage running between
Cazadoro and north coast towns was
overturned near Cazadero Saturday,
killing ono man and injuring eight
ethers. Tho horses becamo frighten
ed and unruly and ran away.
A .score of people were hurt, three
la tally injured and two persons hilled
outright in a train wreck at Meridian,
Minn., August 30. A tomado struck
the west-bound Chicago & Northwest
ern railway train, hurling the train
down an 18-foot embankment,
A Yellowstone National Park coach
filled with 13 sightseers, was over
turned on the road trom Mammoth
Hot Springs to Gardiner, and rolled
Into a canyon. Several of the tourists
were Injured and one horse killed,
The driver lost control of his horses.
The fast east-bound mall train of
the .Northwestern was wrecked at
Faixchlld, Wis., Saturday night, as a
result of tho train running into a
wash-out, Tho engineer and -fireman
iirore instantly killed and two other
trainmen injured. All the passengers
Fred Blshir, one of the best knoWn
ranchers of Park county, Montana,
(was killed Saturday by Dave BrQchus.
The men had trouble over some little
Blatter and after a few words Brochus
drew his six-shooter and Instantly
killed Bishir, shooting him through
, PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The harvesting coason is about
otct in the WilUhuir Oregon, dis
trict. Oil will be used as fuel in mining
operations at one of tho mines near
'A big gold strike is reported from
Lane county where free-milling ore
has been discovered of a rich quality
Two threshers were blo-vn im neai
Pullman Saturday, supposed to have
been caused fc smut in the wheat.
A new paper was launched in Boise
Idaho, today. It is a labor paper and
was launched on Labor day as a
An attempt will be made by the
mining men in Idaho to elect a ticket
In -that state favorable to the mining
Fruit dealers are already buying
(winter apples in Idaho, securing the
troys before the fruit is far beyond
the blossom stage.
Upland birds are reported to be
Bcarco in tho Willamette valley,
Huntcre claim that they have never
been so acarce before.
Shingle men aro worrying at Seat
threatened shortage In
cars. Grain shipments aro utilizing
all of the cars of tho railroads.
Tho mayor of Cnlfvs has been en
gaged in buying Whitman count:
wheat He has purchased more than
16,000 bushels paying therefor an
average of 48 cents,
A little child at Hlllyard, Wash., se
cured a bottle of Iodine and drank a
Quantity of the contents before de
tected, but by tho prompt administra
tion of antidoteB Its llfo was saved.
John Redmond, of McMlnnvllle, has
received direct from England, two
Cotswold rnms. These rams are
large, weighing about 300 pounds
and aro handsome specimens of that
breed of sheep.
Thomas Qlbson, of Salem, charged
his wife who has Instituted proceed
ings against him for divorce, with
threatening to poison him, also with
fighting him with rocks and threaten
ing tu kllj him.
The "Elk Brand"
-Montlo B. Owinn, Boise City.
Sam Pinstator, Chicago.
C. P. Conkey, Spokane.
Alex O. Robinson, Kentucky.
F. W. Pain, Walla Walla.
N. G. Pollock, Chicago.
A. Slnshiemer, Portland.
B. F. Nicholas, Colfax.
H. V. Carpenter, City.
E. I-a Chapelle.
F. D. Cllnn, New York.
Mrs. G. W. Gilliam, Montana.
H. H. Gramp, Minneapolis.
S. O. Newton, San Francisco.
W. A. Peters, Portland.
E. C. Sklles, Spokane.
E. E. Sharon, Portland.
Robert Andrews, Portlond.
Leonard A. Baker, Portland.
J. E. George, San Francisco.
M. H. Patton, Spokane.
F. D. Cramer, Spokane.
G. W. Harris, Portland.
A. Nylander, Portland.
J. W. Morrow, Hoppner.
R. H. Caston, Spokane.
John I. Peebles. s .
M. W. Briggs.
L. W. Keeler, City.
E. C. Carroll, Denver.
Martin Murray, Kentucky.
Georgo R. Janes, Chicago.
Mrs. H. L. Ford, Wardner.
John W. Haller, Walla Walla.
Mrs. Lee Caldwell, Burns.
J. Fred Betts, Michigan.
J. M. Martindale, Albany.
J. K. Weatherford, Albany.
William, Maher, Portland.
C. M. Smith, Portland.
F. S. Stewart, Chicago.
H. S. Simon, Portland.
J. H. Duncan, City.
E. L. Chapler, City.
Jas. B. Welch, City.
William Newburn, Portland.
S. Harris, Portland.
A. M. Clark, City.
J. A. Peters, Portland.
J. J. Burns, City.
W. F. Bales, Portland.
H. J. Russell, Portland.
J. S. Cole, Portland.
Miss Alice Brown, Spokano. "'
T. E. Nowton, Indiana. T
A. F. Ringer, Portlond.
A. S. Heatfield, Spokane.
Lee Cochrane, Mexico.
The Golden Rule.
Mr. Harm. Meacham.
A. A. Coffin, Walla Walla.
Mrs. Ellen Tippet, Ukiah.
F. S. Hoffman and wife, Pendleton.
H. Williams, Portland.
C. Livingston, Portland.
Mrs. Garrett, Ukiah.
W. H. Zeller, Adams.
W. C. Cowgill, Jr., Baker City.
W. A. Miller and son, Sacramento.
Mrs. W. A. Miller, Sacramento.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
H. C. Adams Weston.
Mrs. Ella Smith, Spokano,
Ruth Smith, Spokano.
J. N. Davis and wife, Milton.
A. J. Hall, Spokane.
II, H. McReynolds, Ukiah.
M. Berry, Ukiah.
John Smith, Ukiah.
C. D. Crow, City.
T. P. Shaw, City.
L. G. Banon, Walla Walla.
W. H. Mooro, Pittsburg, Pa.
J. M. Stone, Portland.
Geo. Roehrdanz, Valley.
J. F. Clemmer, Ukiah.
D. Nichols, Echo.
W. F. Woodstock, Nolln.
C. H. Hall, Starkoy.
P. E. Nowcomb, Stephen.
B. J. Russell, Stephen.
B. F. Harper, Prinovilo.
Anson George, Portlaud.
Geo, McGilvery, Spokane.
J. Brakeblll, Spokane.
J. a. Helfrlch, Spokane.
R. D. Gray, niock House.
R. Watt. Alba.
J. D. Henry, Portland.
Mrs. B. F. Nicholas, Bolso.
Mrs. D. M. Luiuly, Spokano.
Mrs. Lee Caldwell, Burns,
Miss Dora Caldwoll, Burns.
E. W. Smith, Ilurns.
Hazel Hess, Spokane.
T. H. Bohr, Valley.
P. M. Russell, Valley.
11. E. Leo and wife, Kansas City.
E. P. Blwln. Lawronco.
Maudo M. Stlnaon, Red Oak.
THEY BROKE EVEN
PULLER'S TOOK SATURDAY'S
INDIANS TOOK 8UN DAY'S.
The First Game Was Slow, But the
Last One Was a Good Exhibition
Walla Walla Lost Two to the Gold
Diggers Other Baseball Notes.
Standing of the Club.
Won. Lost P. C.
Pendleton .... 23 9 .719
Walla Walla 15 17 .4C9
La Grande ... in 18 .419
Baker City ... 12 19 .383
Pendleton, G; La Grande, 11.
Walla Walla, 4; Baker City, 9.
Pondleton, 3; Ia Grand, 2.
Wnlla Walla, 15; Baker City, 23.
Above was tho way tho baseball
games stcod Saturday and Sunday In
the Inland Empire League.
Pendleton lost Saturday s game to
the Beet Pullors, but won the Sun
day's game which mnde the two
teams break with three games to the
credit of the Indians and ono to tho
credit of the Beet Pullers In the Inst
series. This is 11 games the Indians
have taken from tho Pullors to one
Tho Saturday's game was won by
the visitors not through their bril
liant playing, although they played
good ball, but tho cause Is attributed
to several different causes. White,
the new pitcher, was in the box and
was touched up for 12 hits. The field
work was also not up to tho usual in
critical times and several errors
caused the Pullers to scoro when they
should not have done so. It was ono
of tho times -when the team wont up
into the air and wore not able to pull
themselves together for tho fray.
Although Beveral brilliant plays were
made by the locals.
Pendleton Sunday's game by a close
margin. The score stood three and
two at the end of tho game and at no
tlmo during the progress of tho game
could it be safely said that the honors
wore a sure tiling for either side.
Pendleton made her runs In the
third and fifth Innings. In the third
two men crossed the home plate and
11 the fifth ono man arlved safely
home. La Grande made hor runs
one in the fourth and one in the
ninth. The Indians pulled themselves
out of several closu places during the
progress of tho game, but at no tlmo
did it look quite so shaky for them
as It did in the first half of the ninth.
La Grande had a man on second and
third bases and only one man out.
One of tho La Grande boys went to
bat .and brought In a tally and tho
man on second was advanced to
third. It looked for a few minutes
as if another run was going to bo
made which would have tied tho scoro
but fortunately by some excellent
nlaylns the side was retired and tho
game ended without Pendleton having
to play Its half of the ninth.
Salisbury engineered the front onu
of tho battery and "Tamarack"
Adams did tho proper thing at the
proper time behind the bat. Salis
bury not only pitched a good game.
but he was in tho game all tho time
and played all over tho diamond whon
needed. In fact, both sides played a
good game. Only two errors were
made by the locals and four by the
This Week In La Grande.
Tho last games In tho league series
to be played between Pendleton and
La Grande will be played in the ueet
Puller's own town this week. Sunday
saw tho Pullers on the local diamond
for the last time. The La Grande
boys have beon unfortunate this sea
son against tho Indians. Out of the
12 games played already Fenaieton
won all but ono. La Grande played
good ball part of the time and was
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only outplayed In sovoral of tho
games by a small margin. '
Was Trouble in Walla Walla.
Thoro was troublo in Walla Walla
Sunday afternoon when tho Sharp
shooters and Gold Diggers camo to
gether for the last game of tho scrips
Just closed. Wcila Walla was defeat
ed, but neither team playod vory close
ball as Is Indicated by the score. In
the fourth Inning a Jangle was start
ed and almost ended In a fight ad
breaking up of tho game. Baker
City made 7 runs) in tho fourth In
ulng and Wnlla Wnlla only had threo.
For several minutes tho gnmo wns at
a stand still and tho granstnnd began
to get disgusted at tho Bpectaclo. So
much weight wns brought to bear
that tho gnmo was called and finish
ed. From that tlmo it was a slugging
mutch and while Baker City was pil
ing up 23 runs Wnlla Walla sont 15
men across tho homo plate. This
makes the sorles Just closed n stand
off between tho Walla Walla and Ba
ker City teams. Walla Walla won the
two flrBt and Baker tho two last
games. Thoso teams will play their
last games In tho Gold Diggers' town
The Walla Walla Union says that
one of tho fastest pitchers in the
northwest has been signed by tho
Walla Walla basoball team and will
be thoro this week to bogln work with
the team. He Is Mr. Drinkwator
from the big Tacoma team, and If
ono can draw any conclusions from
his nnmo thoro will bo no occasion
for tho Walla Walla papers to worry
about .his drinking as water will hurt
no one whon tnken in reasonable
Tho Spokesman-Revlow says: With
Pendloton over 200 points ahead of
Walla Walla, her closest rival it
looks as If tho Indians wore about as
cortaln of the pennant as a team
could bo before tho season is ended.
Probably for the slzo of tho town,
Pendleton has had a Btrongor team
than any lu the northwest. Tho sea
son's total, out of the 70 games play-
ed, both amateur and leaguo games
will glvo tho locals an average of al
The losses In the recent Rossland
B. C. fire aro estimated at ?25,000.
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