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FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 1903.
Keep Your Feet Warm
And Ward OS
of any portloo or the citizens. In the
sunnresslon nf vice and lawlessness.
might be quickly checked by thei J
! property owners, who retain the right;
aL The section or the amendner.t !
j relating to the city marshal is as fol-( u shlverick Is In Portland,
i ,ows: a. Hammer, of Echo, was In town
Article III. yesterday,
i Section 9 The marshal shall have Gcorce Ely has gone to Buffalo. N.
I all the powers and authority of a con-1 y on a visit.
j stable within the limits of the city: j 'sherlff tor rcturn1 rfom Salem
and It shall be his duty in addition I,
to the duties prescribed by the com-"118 m , 5" . , . ,
!mon council to execute and return ' Lo Montarastelli went to Walla
all processes issued and directed by,'w'a,Ia morning,
the recorder or by any legal author!-; Fred Earl, of the Peoples Ware-
ty: he shall attend on the recorder's i house, is 111 and off duty.
; court and on the meetings of the com-.
tmon council: he shall arrest on com-: force, wv In town yesterday,
i nlalnt nr otherwise ns nlhpr rwnrf
LECTURE BY BLIND MAN.
VISITING IN PENDLETON.
We are prepared to cloth the feet
properly. Warm arctics, rubbers,
... t.- - Major .ioornouse is in aaieu
felts, German sox and overs, j officers, all persons found guilty ofip0rtiand this week on business
' Odd and
End Sale .Still in
Progress and Great
Bargains Await Callers.
Dindingcr, Wilson &. Co.
Good Shoes Cheap
me u..CB 01 me peace, or tiuiauuu , u , V . ,71 ! r,lt .tu,t KIWI nro nf lxnrl com
of the city ordinance or the laws of n- 1 ct"""- " ersauonaiisu nas naa a wme ciiw; . . - -
Frank P. Beslin, ex-Editor Lecture1 Prominent Citizens or Umatilla City
Tonight on "What a Blind Man Can Spending a Few Days Here.
Do." J. "vT. Kelley and J. M. Griffith, res-
Frank P. Beslin, the blind editor, of idents or the town or Umatilla, are
Colorado, will lecture at the I. 0. O. n the city today. These gentlemen
F. hall tonight, under the auspices of are connected with the B. F. Holbroofc
the A. O. TJ. W. lodge of this city, on Irigatlon Company, of Umatilla, and
the topic: "What a Blind Man Can Stokes, and are enthusiastic over the
ji. i j Irrigation prospects of that locality.
Mr. Beslin has been blind for 20 1 At the present time the Holbrook
years and has fought continuously In, Ditch Company has 30 miles or ditch
a competitive age for a livelihood for ; surveyed, with 11 miles constructed,
himself and ramily. j operation The land cover-
For eight years after he lost his ed by this ditch is warm, sandy sotL
sight he was an active newspaper carable of producing Ave tons of al
man holding an editorial position f-Ha each year, fruits of every van-
fi H Sallin- or the Athena Press wth ability. For the last 12 years he,r ana omer crops ui m.s ,
u ti. baiilUo, Oi me jluuj imi i ... I nhnnrlnnro The water snonlv is
I nas traveiea over me n - - .
taken from the Umatilla Klver and .
H 1 I. I- Color,, nnfU'W""""" . " ...V I
..injur wiUuU5v. ... v- f . n-hlPVPrnnntR ns a blind man. : iwo systems ui uuluw ircujf, vr
T1i1ln is an Interesting con- siruciea. woica m itj.,
vi lue city uruuiaaces or lue laws oi t , , L t tt r
the state, and brine them before thetx,sltln5 bor father. J. M. Bentley.
.recorder or other legal authority fort J. H. O'Neill, traveling passenger
trial: he shall be the keeper of the agent for the O. R. fc N is In the
city prison, and he shall be a conserv-' city.
' ator of tho peace generally; he must i Fred Searcey, who lives 11 miles
jkeep a correct record of all arrests J northwest of the city, was in town
' made by him or his deputies, showing I yesterday.
the time when and the cause or com-1 wmiam Modena rctUrned to Helix
.plaint upon which such arrest werelthIs mornlDl:. He ha8 tn vuitlng
made, and must make a full and com-. -r. .
' nlotc rannrt tlxv-wif In otWbi. r trio 1 ' 1
josepn lure, wao irecu .iniuu
i ne Crack
Are you thatk.ndj
Or do you kaow
v-. ut pride, j
Just think of h
lence and fs a thoroughly Interesting of which Is yet unclaimed government
man. His iitue aaugnier, ageu sf uumu.
years keeps him company on his Settlers are now looking over that
travels. His family Is now at Black-. portion of Umatilla county and a
foot idnhn. awaitlnc for SDtlnc. when strong immigration is anticipated
Mr. Beslin will Join them in a trip by-this year. ,
wagon from that place to Eastern Mr. Kelly has been superintendent j TP
Oregon. He will locate somewhere in 'on the Holbrook works for the pastj I CO. . . ,
this part or Oregon during the com-year. He has Just recovered from a;
inr oi.mTiinr . hn iiti thfi country severe spell of the pneumonia, which
and climate very much. confined him to his home for three
Mr. Beslln's experiences are inter- weens. Me is sjrenuiug me iuiw m
ine town oi uranium in uruer iu la&e
NEW GIT! CHARTER S
!wlth his brother-in-law. P. S. Klnsella, i ;tt nri ho hns car of telllnc
point such dspuUes as the council hns returned to New York. tnem that render his lecture an In-! advantage of the school .facilities.
allow to act as night watchman 1 Miss Victoria Haas, of Wallowa I tellectual treat is neaaquanere is ul
watchman who shall receive j county. Is here visiting the family on , . "i" . . J
compexsaUon for their service I J F. McCarthy and others. Drilling Artesian Well. . T noiorooK iariu i C! L
Mrs. Ityl Estes has Joined her hus-; Joe v who nas recenUy had aLJT Til 15 T thT s ami
'as the council may prescribe: but!
PROVIDES FOR REMOVAL OF
In on his:
drilled at his
the ditch construction will be hurried
I as fast as possible. One
For only 65 certs.
17 lbs Sugar
io.vuu aicrc usci &UC 12. (HI
rwk o - '
ouv wres, o mues rmm
,,rt Eoou war ana 600 sheep u
Pendleton, a charee is mad aaalnst the well known left-handed ball pitch- ""l",.. , ' ,T Ti March 4-some steps will be taken '"vl'T.L
me marsnai oi open violation or nis ' er, ik w uv ujouku ai ovwyu. . ,,,. Kr,, . j- ic Hrlv. ' 'uwmu improving uic jwur liiim. u 4 JXW.
The amended charter, making the oath of office as to the enforcement of j a. a. McDanlel and family. In allien The allaiitr of the water is ex- is probable that the court will take 320 acres, 100 tons of hv
. , 1 1 . . . , . H r Iri rinn, n . U I . l.Mfaw n w m., t - , t . tl. T, 1 - CtCi, than - n nrtrArttCa Iflp flllC nr AT
omce& ai marsuai ana recoruer eiec- r -.'-a-wno .n .n.s nai.c., u. n; seven persuiib. icii uigui lur ""icellenu
any and all appointments of his depu-,tand In Portland, -where he has an '. 155-foot driven well put
ties shall be first submitted to andlaeencv for the Security Safe.
approtea vj me common touucu,, g. P. Skelton, of Pilot Rock, reports residence in East Pendleton. Tfie
marshal rv rrrv rmiNriL - V t J ..,) G. P. Skelton. of Pilot Rock, reports residence m tasi renoieion. me, . las. fal, ls
... wn.en approved sucn aepuues there ns looking fine. 1 well Is already 180 feet deep and has !
. ennii fitd nr nnth nf nmrk nrtrf Tho . ... .... ... -rr? . r
15U teet oi water m iu j. v,ueue, ., promises to a sonrce or great
-rv, o .r nw-. m mm. ,r r .77. T " ! .. . but tne growtn nas been siignt
" - k j w-.ii- niarsnaii snail De resuonsioie ior mein . . ....
plain to Council of Unofficial Cor, conduct, and they shall hold office! aJv,pnm m J1:"'
duct-lf Investigation of Charges only during the pleasure or the coun-, Z,l J ' tesian stream. At present the 1B0O-' T , ,....,
Proves Marshal Gi4lty, Council n"!.'?' .V t. u " 7'7 . Pund drill is working In a strata off A " . "T"" 1""
and Appoints Suece
tive instead of appointive contains a ordinance enacted by ths common catello, Idaho, where they will reside.
provision which places the marshal, council, in accordance with the pro- Rer Potwlne left for Heppner to-
unoer me eiecuve synem. nnuauy '","Va,. ' , k " Cay where he will preach Sunday tv c. Minnls the Meacham wood
a: ute mercy o: tue property noiaers. nou" ,fiVcn cnarge, Rext at al a m and jn the evening. deaie, lg in thp cltr ror a rew davs
Down From Meacham.
Unaer ine proposed CCange. tnree f"?" a u' -n.ju.ry -no r,lnl.lpr ,,: rptnpC r,si,.n ith w fnfnllv. Mr Minnls TVT r t
property owners may complain to the " "una to oe guilty as cnarpea. , may has beei 1 has a eonslderahie force of men work- 1U LCbbCrL
C oemCa.hal.lnVhe- - or thT rlc. he'as ! visiting her daughter. Mrs. X C. Leas- tngand Is shipping wood daUy to this Attractive
vacant and aonoint a Qualified Der ' A. Rhodes, of McKay, was in town, fears of a wood famine next winter, "Why ue pcUUne ; end
son as his successor. Such charges yesterday en route to La Grande to as he says the wood cutters are grao
shall be filed with the city recorder, 1-rove up cn his reservation tract of ! " pushing back Into the heavy
Due notice of the same shall be serv- 200 acres. j timber at a distance from the raii-
,ru-,i I.. ,u,n ,? r, . , .u r, ' road tracks. It will be more cxpen-
J ...-.-..., -..w Han . u. uviyvr, Jetreiaij ui uic ""1 i , ,v, j v. , .v,
. , , i st.cj ii k hue , uuu uii uuuu fciit:
city council at once constitutes a
court of inquiry. Investigates the
charges against the marshal, and If
the complaint Is found to be sustain
ed by facts, the council removes the
marshal and annolnts a Biitrcssnr far
. 1 i i .1 . h niv.n a fair anrf imnarflal trial .IR. T-l . . n.n In
TVith the exception of the one fact and may be represented by an attor-itown yesterday, and today ;s doing j Pp y
that the marshal is elected instead of "ey r otherwise before such court, j business In Athena. c p '
appointive. the changed charter and may have the right to compel the ; Trjuiam Moore is in Walla Walla snecial Train to Walla Walla
nifiKoc tho n.-,ret.i oc o- attendance of witnesses n nroof or, J-Jt...- . special i rain to waiia waua.
' ' um.uu. aiienuiug me aeuicaiion oi me uew
control of. the council as does the Disproof of such charge or chages. L Q p nay In that piace jje
present appointive system. Tne com- ;
plaluants may be members of the Five-inch Telescope
council and as property owners pre- S. D. Morgan'
fer charges against the marshal, in- telescope, the largest
steps then to advertise for bids, or at : M.OOO.
least to prepare specifications for the 360 acres in Cams Prairie,
needed buildings and other Improve 1 S00 acres of wheat hnd,
mcnts. from Pendleton, $6,000.
- i 200 acres ou the met 6
160 acres wheat land, 4
Pendleton on reservation.
140 acres on the river, U
fTLln ,. - . 1 i:.t
City Property a
I have a longjitt of
lots, realdcncet, :d
I do not list propertj
price U right.
K I . WA11
spend h nis sosiking,
and C' ilonng wnen
produces letter results in two minutes?
Everything in the packaire. Simply add hot
water and set to cool. It's perfection. Asur- ;
prise to the housewife. No trouble, leas ex-
On Sunday. February S, 1903, the, peuse. TryitUMlar. In Four Fruit Fla. ,
O. R. & X. will run a special train ! vors: Lemon, Orange, Strawberry, Hasp.
from Pendleton to aUa Walla, leav- Derry. j.i grocers, luc.
will return tonight. I
r i v . "- n "-' nr FennieiOTi at 10 a. m ano reinm-
... . . w... is CAi.t.u Lu u.n". huu.u.,wn 11.. itarn v.nllfi liana aimr Ttio pinaa
. K,J u- f,ui. ui u-i . in3, . or trip ftpfi Men s carniva evercifes. iiwwimi aggn ir 'mi igaMntMMnMMnwBBMi
move the official. of S70, has sun and star diagonals, uu " r- m iuuilf"-
From the provision in the amend- and slow moUon. Those who have! Carl Obe who nas been ror two
ment it seems that the office of city ' been privileged to look through it are J'ears in tt mines In the John Day
marshal will still be in the hands of delighted with the starry panorama, J country, is coming back soon to his
the council, althoueh the people elect spread before them. 3Ir. Morgan will ' sr ncar McKay. He was recently
the marshal take the Instrument to California , married In Pennsylvania.
It takes away from the council the,, with him soon and returned after a n. v? sinrfcar nf Alha has bean in
power of summary removal, without few weeks. After spending several i Pendleton for several weeks taking'!
Investigation, or opportunity to prove weeks at home he will then depart . medical treatment for catarrhal ap- I
his innocence by the incumbent of the for a season's tour. The telescope pendlcltis. He will remain here for ( T
TnT-ch-iTo r.fTirf The onl v radical cost ST35 ! t . r ..v- 1 T
J . v aauic 'ui juoc iui u c nnna
change in the new charter, is that the i more
office is made elective Instead of ap- From Sprague, Nebraska. i ' j. ,.
'polntlve. The insane woman at the county' yc- Glnn returned to Jalia
Aside from this, the people still house yesterday told visitors that her walla today. Her sister. Mrs. E. Mo
have it in their power to remove the home ls at Sprague, Neb., and that 1 VdM- uals? Ietu,T'ed 1
marshal through the council upon she has several children. She madeidaf- Ttbe lad es have been visiting
proving him guilty of a breach of oi- no reference, however, to her hus-."h Glnn s daughter. Mrs.
ficlal conduct. Any Inclination which band. She shows some signs of re- Thomas Thompson, of this place.
he might have to disregard the wishes turning reason, and it ls believed , a. Kunkel received a telegram
Fare, round trip. $1.40.
F. F. WAMSLET, AgenL
HtlllilUli ! I 1 I I
this last statement may prove a val-, yesterday informing him of the death I 4Z.JU
i uauie ciue ioaru iuce.iaming wuuie oi nis latner Daniel, KtinECI, wno waS jT
i S7 years of age, really died of old age. j
Petition for Guardian. t1s son returned from a visit with ;
A petition was filed this afternoon j his father about two or threo weeks
to have Mrs. George A. Alcott ap-'ago.
pointed guardian ad litem of her , ' ',
four minor children, for the manage
ment of the Insurance money which
they fell heir to through the death of
aia r'omh. nt Tuk ti- ' this place, has returned from St
Mr. Alcott carried several thousand ' JoseD , Mo- vhlther hf , Jf!
dollars life Insurance. :?ed Z SeVef InJl?r . !
father. The old gentleman had fallen
Mr. c,n.uHai. n-,r) ' and broken hlff hip. He is quite old,
t Mrs. E. J. Stockdale died at her B nd J18 suPPoseJ the injury would
; home on "West Alta street
i of pneumonia. aftr an illness of
Returns From Missouri.
W. J. Sewell, manager of the
father. George A. Alcott. w ho "arbr LumliCr Company at j .
Silver Trimmed Purses
In tact there is nothing desir
able in the line of purses for ladies
or gentlemen that we cannot show
you in ourexceedingly larKestock.
, . v-'wel! considering his years.
f T Y ttJt t. tT n -v auout a wees. i ue iuueiai v. ui ue - -
1 A I JIVl A N GL LU' held Sunday. Relatives who live in' . ,
?Jrl TILj1 the western part of the state have! The F"dale School.
THE DKUGGISTS bn sent for. Superintendent Jowlin attended
OUR GREAT SENSATION SALE
ww. . . J r"
I 1 WUvlUr-V r- UrU VV rt J '
On wnich date we will complete our invoice. 0e:
prices will be lower than you ever saw them for the
same quality ol Roods in Pendleton. Come and ste
if we are not right in our assertion.
The Lyons Mercantile Company
Remember: The largest utock of poodt in the city to teltct
last night I i""'1 far jnore seriously than it did
linoac nf He Is said to be doing exceedingly
fho lnf fioccilnn nf (ho Qch rull liirH'
i at Ferndalo a few evenings tmce. '.
A FEW BARGAINS
"room hou-e with bath room, wood tthed, cellar, pood lawn with
shade tree, on Lincoln street, near Bluff. A snap for 11300.
Tom S wearer) ger place on Weet Alta strwt Two lota, good nsi
denc. Only 12cO0.
Good 6-room hous on Wtst Alta. Corner lot. A bargain, $1000
9 acres adjoining the city. Good 6-room house, good stable and other
building. Only .1650.
220 acres, good house and barn, good orchard, 30 acree in alfalfa, on
river, 12 mileo from city. Just M0OO.
160 acres 5 mllea from town, small house, plenty water. A good
propoution to take, (1600.
BUSINESS CHANCES The Old Dutch Henry Feed Yard,
a good Investment, 17000. Depot livery stable, only $700. Eayden'a
confectionery atoxf on Court street, at invoice price.
W. F. JE ARN II AR 1,
;tit (The board re-elected Frank WVUs and
nis wiie. .irs. ixme wens, to me
J? management oi the F-irndalc schools
-(for next year and raised Mr. Wells'
salary irom iiio per montn to Jia, ana
Mrs. Weils" salary from $50 to $60 per
month. The board, in conjunction
with Mr. Nowlin, selected $50 worth
of books to be added to the district
. library. Mr. Nowlin says the Fern-
dale school Is one of the very best
in the county.
a ' i j ir n u
i es, on ine x-
1-1 . t TT 11 4 I MIcTfimt?
JENDLETON'S I " u
ii in i idti
lace I now
Favor of Isabelle Taylor.
In the case of Isabelle Taylor vs.
Moses Taylor, Judge Ellis yesterday
decided that the plaintiff should be
awarded $100 suit money, $250 for at
torney's fees and $60 per month iot
maintenance during the while the di
vorce suit is pending. Balleray &
McCourt represent the plaintiff and
Carter Raley and Peterson the defendant.
fOrSD-THE FOIXOWIXO DI8CRI BED
lot the Clly of Pndleln, to wit: One bar
I t. while iuId on not. htt. .r.t i.
.ft? If1. ii "? P0,. ln bod on left
tlfle. It uld tnlmlj tre Dot claimed br the
ovvtn or tbow enlliltd to the jxi.ion, ewij
nd expcnxi ig,iMt thra paid and them
of, then at o'clock p. m. of the lt'.h St of
fiirS-ilJ! If1"1. rnT ol Cotionwood
proeeedi ol tnen ule to be applied to tha pj.
mfnl ?' "nch ,! and eyiroje. of maitnr
s-U. Daud thU tb dar of rrbraarr7llS.
1. A. BLAKtXY. Cltr UancaL
On Its Merit
Has the large demand for
r- .l . .kor orows enters
"u uum up. niy ine cnoicesi wiicm n -- - - , .
to Tivr: HfCf T?lmr ? -.-rfor-flnn in Flour Made V)
-f w Ma v a .bllwuwi.
nrJKTtAT -r-f .-CT nrT T TJO TliTTT .
W, S. Byers, Proprictof.
Write the East
LEGAL BLANKS t
alogac of them. A fU supply always kepr