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Boys' Clothing and
Two piece suits, St. 50, $2, and $3
Tliree piece suits, $2, $2.50 anil $5.
Norfolk suits, S3 to $5.
Boys' long pants suits, age 10 to 20, $4, $5 to $12.
Knee pants, a great variety of patterns, to
select from, 50c to St. 35.
Sweaters, 50c, 75c to $150.
Suspenders, 10c to 25c. x
Shirts, white and colored, 50c.
-Shoes, St 25, St 35 to $2 25.
Underwear, per garment, 35c to 45c.
Hats, 25c, 50c 75c to $1 25.
Caps, 25c to 50c.
Our Lines of Furnishings and Cloth
tng for Men and Bojs is the Best
in the City.
One Prici' Clothiers, Furnishers and Hatters
Pill DAY, OCTOBER 31, 1902.
The crown prince of Siam left New
York Wednesday in a speclnl car for
Hear Admiral Itobley D. Evans has
assumed command of the Asiatic
The miners at tho Independent
mines are still out and will be kept
up by the strike fund.
Wednesdays statement of the treas
ury balance showed: Available ensh
balance. $227,515, 931; gold, $113,333,
EOS. Notice has been received by tho
cabinet membars that the president
will hold his first cabinst meeting in
the new offices today.
General Heywood reports that the
natives of Guam are making gratify
ing progress in acquiring a knowledge
of the English language.
The board of arbitrators have be
gun their real work and are now vis
iting the mines at Scranton. They
chartered a special train at their own
Immigrants from Europe who are
obviously ineligible to enter the
United States, are being directed bj
agents to Canadian points whore they
are smuggled across the line.
W. B. Raymond, the automobilist
who ran into a street car at New
York lately and Injured 22 persons,
was sentenced to six months' impris
onment in the King county peniten
tiary. Robbers wrecked the safe in the
Bank of Buffalo count) at Gnnn Val
ley, S. D., Wednesday, but fled with
out securing any money. It Is sup
posed they were alarmed, by the ex
plosion. The expected meeting of the lead
ing malleable iron manufacturers did
not take plact in New York Thurs-.
day, .Max Pam stating there had been
no conference of the various Interests
known to be engaged In forming a
The municipality of Berlin has de
cided to devote the $50,000,000 loan
largely to profit-making enterprises,
including $15,000,000 for the erection
of gas works near the gate six miles
from Berlin and for a wholesale meat
The railroad commission of Cuba
ha3 granted to the Cuban company
the right to register in the name of
the Cuba Railway Company $20,000,
000 of capital stock. It is expected
-that the construction of the railroad
through Cuba will be completed be
fore next December.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEW8.
It Is reported that many young cat
tle about Dufur, Or., are afflicted with
the disease known as blackleg.
Captain Bartell. of The Dalles, had
three of his fingers sawed off Wednes
day while at work In his blacksmith
A canning factor)- is being built at
Llnnton, In place of tho old horse
cannery that burned down lately. The
new factory will can nothing but ap
ples. A. J. Neilon, an ex-sherlff of Lake
county, has been found guilty of de
falcation In office and has been sen
tenced to four years in tho peniten
tiary and ordered to pay a $G000 fine,
to cover the amount of defalcation.
An unknown Alaskan miner while
attending a theater in Seattle, sud
denly sprang at tho crowd with his
rannth nnmlnor find lmrklntr and bit
ing like a dog. It took six strong po
licemen to tie him and take him to
It Is announced from St. Paul that
tho switchmen or tho Nonuern raci
fle and Great Northern are to receive
an Increase In wages yardmen 2
hour additional, and fore
men 3 conts pjr hour. The lncrcaso
will take effect naturuay, nuvumuer
J. II. Ackerman, Salem.
C. W. T. Koch, Chicago.
JIlss Blanche Canfield, Weston.
A. Jfylander. Portland.
W. W. Bell, Bedford.
Mrs. U A. Carlisle, England.
H. L. Alison and wife. New York.
H. C. Kum and wife, Denver.
C. W. Tozer, San Francisco.
Mrs. Freely, Chicago.
Pauline Lane, New York.
Belle Summerville. New York.
A. G. Pray, New York.
R. Vernon, New York.
R. B. Caston, Portland.
R. E. Bradley, Weston.
J. Tt. Adams" Adams.
J. T. Brook, Minneapolis.
H. W. Aldls, New York.
T. Gage. Portland.
J. B. Crossfleld, Portland.
H. P. Preston, Omaha.
Mrs. H. P. Preston, Omaha.
Joseph N. Scott, Athena.
Otha H. Reeder, Athena.
A. S. Heathfleld, Spokane.
Mrs. D. C. Sanderson, Milton.
S. S. Gill. Spokane. t
C. L. Cox, Camas Prairie.
E. Brayden. Portland.
The Golden Rule.
Zin Oabbart, Portland.
J. H. Croker, Weiser,
R. A. Appling, Butte City,
Mrs. P. J. Garvey. Walla Walla.
E. C. Garvey, Walla Walla:'
R. D. Edwards, Chicago.
C. R. Moore, Chicago.
S. C. Moore, Chicago.
Rose Kenrich, Chicago.
Mary M. Williams, Chicago.
B. R. Hull. Dunlop.
F. T. Ryan and wife. Walla Walla,
G. L. Ryan.
E. C. Ryan. Walla Walla.
M. E. Ryan, Walla Walla.
Mrs. A. C. Hay, Oakesdale.
H. Loster, Portland.
George McGilvery, Spokane.
W. L. Davis, Portland.
J. R. Scott, Portland.
Lee Cunningham, Portland.
J. G. Helfrich. Spokane.
H. L. Frazler, Milton.
W. C. Howard, Milton.
It. E. Manning, Cold Spriugs.
M. L. Manning, Cold Springs.
S. C. Maiming. Cold Springs.
C. F. Manning, Cold Springs.
G. W. Sclnslier, Weston.
J. A. Ross. Weston.
Marion Jack, Havana.
E. E. Carrico, Baker City.
S. White. Freowater.
Mrs. M. F. Swope, Forest Grove.
H. V, Gates, Portland.
Mrs. A. Gassman, Baker City.
J. T. Oly, .Missouri.
R. P. Ramsey, Walla Walla.
Mrs. Elmer E. Cleaver. Baker City.
J. M. Wilson, San Frnncisco.
H. C. Dorsey and wife, Portland.
F. H. Knappel, Salt Lake.
"Yes, sir, we turned in and elected
that chap on a reform ticket, and in-
ol.l nt a mntitli ho linil'nvorv nnf nf
our fellows put off tho pay-roll. It wab
a regular ooomerang or an election,
"Well, what else could you expect
of the Australian ballot?" Chicago
"Why is she mad at blras
"He didn't pretend when she Intro
duced him to her son that he could
hardly believe she was old enough i't
bo tho boy's mother." Chicago Re :
We offer One tlundred Dollars Reward
(or any cue of Catarrh tbat cannot be
cured by Uall'g.Catarrh Cure. .
Y. J. CHKNHY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, tbe undersleaed, bare known F. J.
Cheney for tbe paat 18 years, and tellers
elm to be perfectly honorable In all boil
neas transactions and Unanclally able to
carry out any obligations made by tnelr
WEST & TUUAX, Wholesale Druggists,
T0VAi;D(INa, KINNAN & MAUVIN,
Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O. 1
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous
surface' of tbe system. Testimonials sent
free. Price 75c per bottle. Bold by all
Hall's Family rills are tbe beat.
TO PROTECT PISH
SEVERAL CHANGES IN OUR
LAWS TO BE PROPOSED.
The State Flshand Game Association
Is Much Interested In Preservinfj
Our Game Fish.
At the next session of the Oregon
leglsalture several changes will be
proposed mid new laws ndded to the
gamp statutes. This was decided
upon at a meeting of tho State Fish
and Game Association In Portland
Among the most tmortnnt mens
ures to be acted upon will be the li
censing of non-resident hunters. It
will be proposed that all those com
ing from other states to hunt in Ore
gon should have to pay a license.
What this will be remains to be fixed,
but it was tho concensus of opinion
of those assembled In Portland that
this llcensesshould be from $15 to $20
Another change discussed was con
cerning the open and closed season.
Chinese pheasauts are to be protect
ed between the 15th of Soptumber and
the first of November. It was also
argued thut laws should be passed
making It u misdemeanor for any one
to offer these ganio birds for sale at
President Teal, of the association,
presided over the meeting and In his
report before tho meeting lie recom
uiuded that a trout hatchery be es
tablished by the government in the
state of Oregou. The delegates in
congress have been asked to do all
in their power to have an appropria
tion made for this purpose and once
established the government will keep
the hatchery up. It was stated that
this hatchery would cost about $25,
000. Laws regulating the depredations
by Indians were discussed and J. E.
Krause of this city, vice-president of
the Game nud Fish Protective Asso
ciation, was appointed as chnlrman
of n committee to place the matter
before the legislature.
President Teal concluded by urging
the setting apart of two national
game preserves within the state. He
"It Is not only better, but cheaper
to prevent extermination than to
exterminate and then to commence
stocking the forests by artificial
means, rather than to aid nature In
the first Instance."
Last spring the secretary of the as
sociation sent out letters to fish and
game enthusiasts asking that sug
gestions be sent in for the passage of
new laws at the next legislature.
Among these was a sugestlon from
Pendleton that the laws be changed
from five to six Inches as the length
of trout to be taken with a hook.
From the same place came the sug
gestion that irrigators are compelled
to place nets at the head of their
ditches to keep fish from entering
them and getting stranded.
President Teal urged those present
to practice the art of fly casting, and
to hold regular annual tournaments
at which fishermen could nttend from
all over the state.
The membership of the State Fish
afar1 Game Association is now about
400 and President Teal said that never
before in the history of the organiza
tion has there been a higher feeling
of true sportmanllke feeling among
the hunters as at the present time.
Following is the number of Eastern
brook trout planted In Umatilla coun
ty during the present year:
Umatilla county, April 23, 24
North fork of Meacham creek. 25.000
Stanley creek, about 12 miles
from Pendleton 2,500
McKay creek, about 18 miles
from Pendleton 7,500
The total number of Eastern brook
trout planted in the state during the
year was 122,000. In addition 45.871
lake trout were planted during the
What. Is known as Jacob's block.
Enquire of C. B. Wade.
We are headquarters for
everything in athletic goods.
GOLF is the latest sport,
we have the Clubs and the
Balls, also all kinds of
Games for indoor and out
door sports. Ping Pong,
Parlor Croquet, Hand Ball,
Foot Ball Goods of all
FORT TO BE REFITTED.
Appropriation of $600 Received ant
Walla Wnlla. Oct. 31. An appro
nrintlnn nf SG00 bns been received at
Fort Walla Wnlla for the repairing
and fitting up of quarters ior iroup
rv. whlnh will be order.
cd to this post upon its arrival in the
United States. The olllcers1 qunricra
nlon tiontl rnttnlr
With three troops of cavalry, the
band and 1 battery or fii'M artillery,
Fort Walla, Walla Is well filled with
mmi. Tlin nindltlnn will be relieved
somewhat when the troops arc cut
down from war strength to tne mini
mum ponce footing. The question ot
stables Is also n vital one at the pres
Hill flmtfmv nrimnininlllli' the Ninth
said he desired mounts for his men
as soon as possible, but more barns
would have to be built before the
horses could be received.
Additional appropriations nre looked
The Place to Live.
Weston Is among tbe prettiest homo
towns In Oregon and has the only
stnte educational Institution the
Eastern Oregon State Normal School
In this part of tho state. Weston
is abundantly supplied with pure
water and has granted free water for
household purposes for 10 years to
all persons who build houses prior to
April 1, 1903. You can obtain a good
building site on Normal Heights, with
wator, sidewalks, grading and shade
trees free, at a low figure. If you are
seeking a pleasant homo at an educa
tlonal center. Address the Weston
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