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KEEP THE FEET WARM and the head cool, is the advice of
physicians. W e win kt p your feet warm.
J German Sox,
ii Men's i and 4 buckle arctics,
TR I-Drtioc miccpc nnrl priilHrpn'c Qrrtirc'ann
Di-actinge, Wilson & Co.,
ffaonc main o othje uieat s
"WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2S. 1903.
DEDICATION OF ACADEMY.
Several Prominent Person to Attend
Donation of Furniture Trus
tees of the Institution.
There are expected to attend the
dedication of the Academy from
abroad. Dr. S. B. K Penrose, D. D..
president of "Whitman College: "W. H.
Lee, president of Albany College;
Rev. "W. H. Bleakuey, of Elgin; Dr.
E. P. Hill. D. D of Portland: Rev.
"W, L. Van Nuts, of La Grande.
Invitations hare been extended to
other notables lay and clerical of
the church In the Northwest and a
large attendance of the brightest and
' A Remonstrance.
f Those Interested In the circulation
: of the remonstrance against changing
r s tne city charter in relation to the
, method of selecting marshal and re-
r t order, ask it to be known that all
who wish to sign the same can have
an opportunity to do so at Jesse Fail-
leg's, F. B. Clopton'e, or at O. L La
Dow'8, where copies of the remon
strance are on file with signatures,
for the accommodation of those who
have not had the document presented
to them elsewhere for their signatures.
Ground Washed Away.
The last high water scoured out an
irregular shaped tract of ground from
the land orned by John Hannon. on
the left side of the river, Just below
Swarti & Greullch's abattoir. The
abattoir is Just within the city limits.
while Mr. H amnion's property is Just
ablest men in the church will befcutsjQe The amount of ground lost
present, rwiowing ine ueuicauon.
there will be a reception to which the
general public is Invited and will be
made welcome. Especially is it hop-
was about 1E0 feet in extent., Mr.
Hannon is a resident of Leavenworth.
Kan., and bis property Interests here
are managed by Judge Hartman.
ed that all the patrons of the Acade-Swartz fc Greullch would undoubted
my, subscribers to Its support, and dy naT lost consiaerable ground this
friends in general will bo present iyear .j aft h&i they not prevented
So far the receipts have been suf-!lt b DunainE a revetment.
ficient to meet all contracts up to
date, but there is urgent need of fur- . . .
nltnre, especially for the chapel, ap-j Qreen Corn c,ub-
paratus for the laboratory, gymnast-! The "Green Corn Club" meets to
wn and museum, and of books andjfctebt at the home of O. F. Turner,
other equipment Tor the library. Do- The club meets regularly every "Wed
nations for these departments will be nesday and Sunday night, at the home
thankfully received, either of money ' of some member, where all have sop
or of serviceable articles. j per and spend the evening at cards
The present trustees of the instl-1 and merry making. The club Is
tctlon are as fallows: Lot Liver- i composed of the five families of Tur
more. president: T. L. Forbes. D. Di cers, one family named Culton, one
ecretary; Rev. R. J. Diver.; C. S.j family of Blakleys, two families of
Jackson treasurer; T. C. Taylor and I Maples. One family In the aggrcga
F. a Nolf. all of Pendleton; Dr. E. P. tion is not related directly to the
HIH. D. D, of Portland; W. S. Holt, remainder.
D. D., of Portland, and Judge Robert t :
Bsken, of Union. Only Temporary Track.
! PERSONAL MEXTIOI
C. "W.'Tarbet has returnod to Pome-
E. H. Hudson wnt to Ioae this
It E. Tnrbct has returned from
T. O. Scoggln took the morning
train for Echo.
Aaron Cole, the Vinson sheep man.
Is in town today.
Mrs N. A. Retahardt went to Spo
kane this morning.
James Eldrldge. of McKay Creok.
Is in the city today.
V. Flint and wife went to "Walla
Walla this morning.
Mrs. F. W. Vincent has gone to
Portland ou a visit.
J. F. "Williams went to Athena this
morning on business.
J. Christie. V. S.. took the morn
ing train for Adams today. -
F. H. Shoemaker and wife went to
Hood River this morning.
Leon Cohen and wife are expected
home from Portland tonight.
J. W. Klmberlln. of Echo, is in Pen
dleton taking medical treatment
Rev. Orchard Hayes left for his
home at Arlington, this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller, of
Echo, are In town to attend the opera
Major D. E. Hall, claim agent for
the O. R. & N. railway. Is in town to
Mr. Stanton, of Athena, Is la town
visiting with his daughter. Mrs. Frank
W. B. Jenkins, librarian for the
Commercial Association, went to
Portland this morning.
Dr. W. E. Garretson has been hav
ing a serious round with the grip, but
Is able to be about now.
J. E. Burch. of Spokane, Toute
agent for the Pacific Express Compa
ny. was in town yesterday.
"William Maxwell, up till the mUdle
of this afternoon, was still doing fine
ly at St Anthony's hospital.
Mrs. E. Hulse, who Is visiting rela
tives In and near Kansas City, is ex
pected home about February 15.
"William Neeb, of Expansion, Wash.,
Is In the city for a few days. Mr.
Neeb formerly lived In Pendleton.
Miss Edna McGinn has returned
from "Walla Walla, where she has
11 v.- t.ir srovri exists near
email . , , . ,,.
Elgin, and . one new ;u ,
it is not Known yei w ;i
of these will furnish sufficient amount j
to do the work. ,
BARKEEPER IN TROUBLE.
MANY SIGNERS OF THE PE-
TITION CHANGE THEIR-MINDS
Accused of Breaklno Into a Saloon at) 7 , ,u
Walla Walla, uppone mc vnj1
Walla Walla. Jan. 2S.-Josoph Duf-. Charter, Now In the FieldAk
y a well-dressed genuemau. uu tne kcgiciaiuic iu - nnoi
ItaUIIl I' -B Alt
says he halls from Portland and Is
a barkeeper. Is in the county Jail In
this Hty. charged with having broken
Into the Palace saloon yesteruay
mornlnc and robbed the till of oyer
$5 worth of nickels and dimes. Duf
fy appeared la tic city a few days
ago. and was an entire stranger
Yestcrdav morning he passed the
Palace saloon Just as the barkeeper
was closing up at 4 o'clock. Later
he returned, broke in a window and
took the loose change in the till, to
gether with a gold watch left for safe
keeping! Officer Casey passed the
saloon shortly after the trick had been
turned, saw the broken window and
set out to find the man who bad done
'he work. Hardly had he gone a
block when he met Duffy and plared
him under arrest. While being taken
to Jail Duffy dropped the watch chain
and later said the watch was in his
room at a lodging house.
LARGER ACREAGE OF WHEAT.
Walla Walla and Palouse Farmers
Encouraged by Won Prices.
Walla "Walla. Jan. 28. A trip
nnrtlon of the Palouse
country and Walla "Walla valley,
shows that a number of small bridges
and culverts wll Ineed repairing, ow
lug to the effect of the recent rains.
nnncUflnililo rtnmn"fi has been done.
Farmers arc taking great interest
In wheat since the recent good prices,
n rlrie nlnntr the railroad will show.
They are plowing a little farther down
the hill and a little nearer the fence
this year and all available ground
will be util:ed
Off, at Present
To the Members of the Oregon
i f nielature: Your Detitloners." resi
dents of Pendleton, Umatilla county,
urcgun, wuuiu itu . ii j-wu uimiw
no chanoe In the present charter of
this city, and especially that no
change be made in ine present meth
od of appointing me city marsnai
This Is the wording of the remon
strance that Is now being circulated
in this city, by those opposing a
change in the charter, at this time.
The remonstrances were in circula
tion yesterday and were liberally
signed. Even those who signed the
petitions have reconsidered their ac
tion, in many instances, and are sign
ing the remonstrance. The signers
on this document like those on the
petitions, come from all classes of
people, without reference to party,
class or creed and both papers may
be said to be truly representative of
tne city oi .renaieion.
The work of circulating the remon
strances will be carried on briskly,
until the latest date poslble. In hopes
that the numerical strength of the
petitions may be balanced, and that
the legislature will find the opposition
to a chango strong enough to Induce
It to allow the present charter to re-
miiU ,,r.,.Vin?n.rt tnr nnnthor two 1
years, at least until the appointive) J3.000
nave reduce i
excent on 061
Just think of in
17 lbs. Sug 1,.
..1 1) ! Ittft.L
-r,ntirl in thnrmifrmv lesxen. Km nnma 1. ti L
i nn nnnnGiiinn it, h i i i ii hi t ui liiio . 11 w m i k u tu, ami i . . l
. . , . . i. . t . n- 1 . . r
urao, lanes courage irom me met uiui ceiii ou noarsei price, t3,o
the city or ml uranoe is now irjing
to have the appointive method in
grafted Into Its charter and will make
some strong points in ravor or mat
There appears to be some smallpox : mcthod wWcn ni have weight with
in thp eoimtrv as the little yeiiowi,. 1ni.i HotnrmlnlniT . th
dfr-nu nn tYio fences show.
A great deal of farm machinery
ennears to ne lert nnnroi
pnnntrr One man who claims to
know, said on the train Sunday that
farm machinery deteriorated at least
20 per cent In a year If exposed to
FEARS HER OWN MEDICINE.
The work of removing the wrecked j en visiting with Mrs. John More.
engine from the river and clearing
I up the disabled cars has not been
Baker County Winces Under the Pros-j commenced yet A temporary track
John Garrison, of TJkiah. has pur
chased the Hastings residence prop
erty on "West Alta street and moved
pects of Losing a Slice of Terrf-, is built around the debris, and it will I lr.to It
tory. require a large amount of rock and d. f. Trimble and wife, who have!
Two vears ago Baker county was dirt to construct Jthe permanent grade ceen visiting J. E. Bennett and fami-j
In the annexation business In a hap-iwmcn was acsnojea. -icure twoJKly. left for their nome at Wallowa
py mood. Here is the way the morn-l?f "covering the engine Jill begin j yesterday.
mg Democrat now feels about the h' a ffw neTfc S,ranfe; J. H. Gwinn, the New York Life
subject: recent y purchased by the O. R & i man of Pendleton, passed through the
"The movement on foot by certain jN- wl" be used for tt,s Pnose. j cJ tod en to BoIge. La
, -cy 1
731 ftrrp ntvt Nnfh
. t -an
330 acres, 100 tone of hiv h
$4,000. 3 a
IthP leclslature In determining- theL Jc9 .0I wbeat laad.ll
I I mm KPnn Pinn R fYi
. . 1 n ( - ... A 1 PkJ BlLirn H IIHtl IBnn A MIU
m.fpfiiinfr ror vears. ana uie cjuzcdh. d-.,hi i' r
tiring of the regular unpleasant oc m,(XK). '6
nwk nnflt I nnn rv f n A lam Din. ' - n .1
turp to nlnr-P the offices or marsnai 1 1'endleton. f i.Hm.
. " a tniiuu U3L ill ihmv
j i i . ; , - .
wiu v uti laruuj WHICH lllTt
I haTe a long lit of
lota, realdtEcsi, tad
I do not Hit proptrtj
price it right
mm m wv A mtm.
UA " SSI Mk MM
enthnsinstic but misguided Hunting
ton men to take a slice off each of the i
counties of Baker and Malheur and
from a new county with Huntington 1 i ,ni Mt nf Pendleton a tract
as the county seat does not meet with 1 of 040 acres for $10,500, to Polydore
the approval of Baker City business , jjoens, or this place. Mr. Moens was
men. It is not so much tfie loss of a t0T BeTeraj years general foreman of
territory yet almost undeveloped, but 1 Re113Cj1.8 brewery. Mr. McDanlels
there is no good reason for the, -win go to Pocatello, Idaho, to manage
change; there Is no necessity for bur- a genoraj agency for the Security
riening the lawmakers at Salem with gaj ,
a measure which has no real merit-
and the multiplying of counties in this
thinly populated territory can only
result In increasing the tax burden
Fay LeGrow and wife, of Athena,
are in the city. They'came in to at
tend the opera. Mr. LeGrow Is cash
ier of the Athena Bank.
"W. C. Minnls, the Meacham wood
shipper, will return to that place this
afternoon, after a week's visit with
his family in this city.
J. S. Manning, of Pilot Hock, wheat
and stock raiser, reports stock in that
neighborhood as looking fine and the
wheat as in good condition.
Going to Sweden.
Mrs. J. A. Smith, of the St. George
restaurant accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. E. Ragals, will start to
morrow nlgbt on a tour of Sweden.
They expect to be absent at least two
months. They will return by way of
Kansas City and "Wyoming, where
they will visit
Returns to Portland.
After spending three or four busy
'ays. superintending the work of
clearing up Sunday's wTeck, Superin
tendent J. P. O'Brien, returned to
Portland this morning on No. 6.
1 and recorder in
the hands of the
For Sale 23 sections of grazing
and farming lands In Umatilla and
Morrow counties. Good buildings.
Ranch will feed 15,000 to 16,000
sheep. Plenty of water. Also be
tween 11.000 and 12,000 head of
sheep, 130 head of cattle, 30 horses,
wagons, harness, plows, seeders and
other farming supplies. Address
Joseph Vey, Pendleton.
The Paper Trust Now.
Old Mother. Hubbard
She went to the butcher -To
get her poor dog a bone.
He took all her money
For the wrapping paper,
And she couldnt buy any meat
Ready for Occupancy.
Frank Robinson's two residences,! r -r chafer from northeast of the
of the people without commensurate u "West Court Btreet, will be ready cny Eeven miles, Is in town today, i
gain. Stop this foolishness." r occupancy some ume bbxi w.-k. , jjr snafer reports crops lootang nno.
lout there. He is one or tne neaviesti
i farmers of his locality. 1
High water has caused $25,000
worth of damage in Josephine coun
ty, by destroying many valuable orchards.
One is the rebuilt structure of the
house which was burned some time
ago. The other, which stands on an
adjoining lot. is an entirely new build
ing. M. R. Tates is the contractor.
.. At the O R. & N. stock yards to
1 day are 64 thoroughbred Rambou-
lette ewes, en route from Culllston,
jDtah, to Dayton, Wash. They were
Isold -"by the man who raised them
"W. S. Hanson, to R. A Jackson, of
Miss Zelma Phillips is In Pendleton I
visiting the home folk here. She is!
cow emnloved at Goldcndale. Form-!
ierly she was a stenographer and type-l
writer -in the office of the grand
guardian of the Women of Wood
TO IMPROVE ROADBED.
O. R. & N. Will Gravel at teast 100
Miles of Track In 1903.
If sufficient gravel can be found In
Eastern Oregon, the O. R. & N. will
ballast 100 miles of track during the
season of 1903.
Extensive- arrangements were made
last year for this work. "What was
j supposed to bo an endless gravel bed
Silver Trimmed Purses
Hand Purses I10"- They are being fed here.
In fact there is nothing desirji Oklahoman Here,
able in the line of purses for ladies j J. N. Yates, of Perry, Oklahoma, is
or gentlemen that we cannot show - here vlslUog his son, M. R. Tates
you in ourexeee&pgl, Jargestock. '
. . - first opened for settlement He
I Al .1 . fVI PK rM CJ. I .t- , made the original run and was fortu-, was located on -the farm of Ed Cole,
rVDTTrfTCrc: cate -enough to secure a fine farm. . two miles west of Haines. About two
ltitL JjJrCULrtjlo 1 o upon which he ctill resides. (acres of surface dirt was scraped oft,
rails and ties were unloaded for sev
eral miles of side tracks, grade was
made and every preparation made to
ballast at least 75 miles of track,
from Huron to Baker City.
A large water tank was built at
Haines, to accommodate the many
work train engines, and all was In
readiness to begin, when it was un
fortunately discovered that the gravel
lied was only the shallow wash of an
old creek bed and could not be used
It -was a great disappointment to
the officials, as a large appropriation
had been set aside by the stockhold
ers for Improvements, and It was Im
possible to use it
Every available spot has been pros
pected. In hopes of locating a bed
of sufficient magnitude to furnish this
gravel. It Is so far to haul from the
extensive beds at Umatilla that the
cost becomes enormous.
The North Powder gravel contains
too mnch clay to be senrleeaMe. A
A FEW BARGAINS
Queen . . .
A very stylish Ladies'
Slipper. Patent kid
vamp. Dull kid. Quar
ter and Louie heel
They are very dressy.
7 room home with bath room, wood shed, cellar, good lawn with
shade tree, on Lincoln street near Bluff. A snap for $1300.
Tom Swearcnger place on "Wert Alta street Two lotn, good resi
dence. Only JSsOa
Good 6-room house on West Alt. Corner lot A bargain. 11000.
9 acres adjoining the city. Good 6-rooni home, good stable and other
320 acres, good noose and barn, good orchard, 30 acres In alfalfa, on
river, 12 miles from city. Just J4000.
160 acres 6 mile from town, small houae, plenty water. A good
proposition to take, $1600.
BUSINESS CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry Feed Yard,
a good investment $7000. Depot livery stable, only $700. Hayden's
confectionery tor ou Court street at invoice price.
W. F. EARNHAR1,
Three straps. Fine kid
3 buckles and other
styles in Ladies Slippers.
A nice kid 1 strap san
dal with low heels for
comfortable house wear
at $1 50 per pair.
ST. JOE ST0RI
Our Great Special Sale Now
Never before were goods
cneap. Lome buy and save
We mean what we say.
THE LYONS MEBOAKTSLE
Remember: The largest stock of pturfi-- it tbf cil n't
Yes, ou the
like to (' U B
I Fvtnitvte Mafl wrfb Si
Rare specimens of fine work are 1 given fK1
store. Made lrom any pnoio iuiu -m
i:f ...... k A solav wi0l
me size, aee tne samples in ----
Come in and ask for particulars.
Martin's Family Grocery and
asogtte of them. A fmU Mpfty always kept w