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OUR LINES OF "
I SPRING m
II CLOTHING 1
BILL RECENTLY PASSED
BY STATE LEGISLATURE.
For Men, Boys and Children
I are now ready for inspection.
Bae & Daley 1
J One-Price Clothiers, Flatters .and Furnishers
SATURDAY. MARCH 28. ID03.
MARS IN OPPOSITION.
A magnificent now comet was ilia
covered by tho observatory at Ailcn,
Arabia, Thursday averting.
Eugene Lehman, of Colorado, a stu
dent at Ynle, Is the first American
boy to win a Cecil Rhodes scholar
ship. Dr. Renter, detailed to make a tour
of Finland, declares that the stories
of deaths fiom famine have been
Dr. William H. Crlm, for 25 years
surgeon of the Fifth Maryland logl
ment and famous as a collector of an
tiquities, has died In llaltlmore.
The divers of Cleveland, O., have
formed a union and have gom. on a
strike to enforce their demands for
higher wages and a lecognltion ot
Judge Dartlett. of Valhalla. N. Y.,
decided Friday that a member of the
Dowlo church had n right to rely up
en prayer rather than medicine in
case of sickness In his family.
On April 10 the steamer Orace Dol
lar will depart from San Francisco
with supplies and materials for the
construction of a cable station on
.Midway Island. The Pacific lino will
then be extended from Honolulu to
Peter Vleau, the oldest native born
Mllwaukeean. will celebrate his 83rd
birthday on January 10. He is the
only survivor of a family of 12 child
ren. His father was an Indian trader
and Peter was the sixtli of a family
of 12 children.
Dr Benjamin Ide Wheeler, presi
dent of tho California State Universi
ty, though still a young man, is a
combination of ripe scholar, skilled
diplomat and keen business man, hav
ing devoted most of his time to tho
subjects chiefly or Interest to tho
three classes named. His souavlty
and pleasant bearing are two or his
specially noticeable characteristics.
Most Notable Astronomical Event of
Year Occurs Tonight.
UUSllIllCtnll. 1). n lUnrnli -IS Tli
! most notable event or the year Is tho
opposition of Mars, which occurs to
night. On April 1 the distance
.Mars will be a minimum, being then
The opposition Is so circumstanced
however, that astronomers will have
some tnvorable conditions for study
ing Martian problems. The northern
polar cap will he visible, and doubt
less ninny observations will be made
of It by numerous observers.
The satellites of Mars, discovered
ny I'ioiessor Hall at the Naval Ob
servatory, probably will bo beyond
the reach ot that telescope in the pre.
out position or the planet, but they
may he visible to tho more powerful
telescopes of the I.lck Observatory.
-Many problems are now studied by
astronomers with large telescopes, or
which the measurement of sntcllltes
Other lines of study relate to the
diameter of the planet by night and
uy daylight, anil drawings of the mini
eious markings noted upon the sur
face of the sister planet.
statu or onto.
city of Tor.nno.
r.uc.vs COUNTY, i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie Is
me senior partner or the Arm of p. J.
Cheney & Co., dolnR business In the city of
Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay the sum of One
Hundred Dollars for each and every case
of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the
USA nt TTnll'a ....h
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence this 0th day of December, A.
(Seal.) A. W. QLEABON.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
end acts directly on the blood and mucons
surraces or tne system. Send for testl
F. J. CnENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all druggists, TSc.
nail's Family 1111s are the best
I PACIFIC NORTHWE8T NEWS.
Schley will nddress the citizens of
In Spokane yesterday, pickpockets
robbed three homeseekers of a total
There 1h a shortage In the Alaska
output of red salmon and prices will
The Red Bean mine of Stowcout
creek near Sumptor, has just been
sold for $12,000.
Portland has lost the initial game
of baseball of the season to San Fran
cisco by a score of 7 to 3.
Albany's Referendum League has
been abandoned. It proposed to fight
the appropriation for the Lewis and
The minimum price of $1.25 an
acre will be maintained on state school
land till May 21, when the recently
passed law setting the price at $2.50
In a head-on collision at Cold Hill,
between two freights Thursday, a car
loaded with dynamite was spilt In two
and tho dynamite scattered about the
track. The escape from a tremendous
explosion Is considered miraculous.
A Big System Will be Put in Between
Central West Virginia and Pitts
burg. Slorgantown. W. Va., March 28.
With tho beginning of the construc
tion hero last week of tho now Mor
gantown electric railway a start wan
made on what will bo ono of the big
gest electric railway systems In tho
United States, n lino between Central
West Virginia and Pittsburg. Tho
Slorgantown street car lino will bo n
link In the gigantic system that will
extend from Buekhannon, W. Va., a
town high up In tho mountains of Up
shur county, through the vnlloya to
tho great industrial center of Western
Pennsylvania. Tho road will bo up
ward of 200 miles long and a consider
able part ot It has been already com
pleted or Is in an advanced stage of
construction, Tho aggregato capital
of tho roads to bo welded Into one
continuous lino between tho points In
dicated Is over $100,000,000.
A Rare Opportunity.
To get 18C acres of fine land In tho
Grande Rondo valioy. Good Improve
ments; house, barns, otc and there
are hot springs on the property that
are easily worth the prlco of tho whole
Address Box 208, City.
We, the undersigned, will be In
Pendleton within a few weeks, for
the purpose of purchasing three hund
red (300) more or less bead of horses,
for the United States cavalry, there
fore, would Instruct owners In this
vicinity, to get their horses in proper
shape to conform to the following re
quirements; Geldings Roans, light and dark
sorrel, and other hardy colois. They
must oe souna, gentle under the sad
dle, with free and prompt action at
the walk, trot and gallop; without de
fect or blemish; of kind disposition,
to weigh not less than 950 pounds,
nor more than 1150 pounds, from 15
hands 1 Inch to 16 hands high; from
four (4) to eight (8) years of age;
suitable for the United States cav
alry. We will notify you later, the date
wo want the horsea brought In for
For further particulars, write to
Herman Metzger, Portland Ore.
An Act to Protect the Birds of the
State From Destruction Persons
Convicted Liable to $100 Fine.
Tho bill recently passed by the Ore
gon legislature is what Is Known as
tho "Model Law," being recommended
by tho national bird associations, and
Is printed In full below:
Section 1. No person shall, within
tho state of Oregon, kill or catch, or
havo In his or her possession, living
or dead, any wild bird, other than n
gnme bird, or purchase, offer, or ex
pose for sale, transport, or ship with
in or without tho state, any such wild
bird after It lias been killed or caught
except as permitted In this net. No
part of the plumage, skin or body of
nny bird protected by this section
shall bo sold or had in possession for
sale. For tho purposes of this act tho
following only shall bo considered
game birds; Tho anatldao, common
ly known as swans, geese, brant, and
liver and tea ducks; the Halldao.
commonly known as rails, coots, mud
hens, and gnlllnules; the I.imlrolae.
commonly known as shore birds, plo
vers, surf birds, snipe, woodcock,
sandpipers, tattlers and curlews; tho
Gnllinnu, commonly known as wild
turkeys, grouse, pralrlo chickens,
pheasants, partridges and quails.
Sec. 2. No person shall, within tho
state of Oregon, take or needlessly
destroy the nest or the eggs of nny
wild biid, other than a gnme bird, or
have such nest or eggs in his or her
possession, except as permitted by
Sec. 3. Every person convicted of
u violation of any of the provisions
of tills act shall he punished by a fine
of not less than $5.00 nnd not more
than $100, and In default of the pay
ment of the line Imposed shall be Im
prisoned In the county Jail in the
county where the offense was com
mitted at the rate of $1.0(1 for each
day of the. fine Imposed.
Sec. 4. Sections 1, 2 and 3, or this
act shall not apply to any person
holding a certificate giving the right
to take birds, their nests, or eggs for
scientific purposes, as provided for In
.section 5 of this act.
Sec. 5. Certificates shall be grant
ed by the president of the state agri
cultural college of Oregon and the
president of the University of Ore
gon to any properly accredited per
sons of the ago of 15 years or upward,
permitting tho holder thereof to col
lect birds, their nests or eggs, for
strictly scientific purposes only. In
order to obtain such certificate the
applicant for the same must present
to the person or persons having the
power to grant said certificate writ
ten testimonial from two well-known
scientific men. certifying to the good
character and fitness of said appli
cant to be Intrusted with, such privl-
ego; must pay to the said game war
den one dollar to defray the expenses
attending tho granting of such cer
tificate; and must file with snld game
warden a properly executed bond, in
the sum of $200. signed by two re
sponsible citizens of tho state as sur
eties. On proof that the holder of
such certificate has killed any bird.
or taken the nest or eggs of any bird,
i or omer thnn scientific' purposes,
this bond shall bo forfeited to the
state, 'and the certificate become void,
and ho shall bo further subject for
each offense to the penalties provid
ed therefor in section 3 of this act.
bee. 0. The certificates authorized
by this act shall be In force for one
year only from date or issue, and shall
not bo transferable.
See 7. The English or European
louse sparrow (passer domestlcus) Is
not Included among the birds pro
tected by this act.
Sec. 8. All acts or parts of acts
heretofore passed inconsistent with or
contrary to the provisions of this net
are hereby repealed.
bee. a. Inasmuch as certain wild
birds of this stato are In need of Im
mediate protection, an emergency Is
hereby declared to exist, and this act
shnll be In force from and after its
approval by the governor.
Sick Headache absolutely and per
manently cured by using Moki Tea.
A pleasant herb drinlc. Cures Consti
pation and Indigestion, makes you
eat, sleep, work and happy. Satisfac
tion guaranteed or money back. 25
cts and 50 cts. Write to W. II. Hook
er & Co.. Buffalo, N. Y.. for a frco
sample. F. W. Schmidt & Co., druggists.
Moving Picture Concert Good Thing
for Local W. O. W. Many Bite at
Getting Picture for 15 Cents.
Milton, March 27. Marlon Dorohty
was a Pendleton visitor-Thursday.
Mrs. Bonnie Osborne Is quite sick
with nournlgln nnd grip.
A runaway team of A. M. Elnm s
disconnected the Hudson nny tele
phone wire Inst Wednesday evening.
It took quite a while for tho hoys to
find the break.
The exercises nt the Bowltis school
houso Wednesday evening was a suc
cess nnd all speak in tho highest
tcrniB of MIbs O'Hnra as a teacher.
Tho moving picture concert, which
was held In the opera house laRt Wed
nesday nnd Thursday evenings, under
tho auspices of tho Woodmen or the
World, was about as good a show as
ever struck this town. On tho first
ovenlng about 200 tickets were sold,
and nearly 500 the second. It Is quite
a boom for the W. O. W. financially.
Tho now Implement house that was
mentioned In those notes sonic time
ngo, ns going to he established In
North .Milton, will bo under the man
agement of John Smith, ol W'nna
Walia, n well-known Implement man
ol' that town.
A lndy 1ms been going from house
tr house here In .Milton, selling n
largo picture nnd promising to put
your name in one or the directories
of the United Stntes that goes to
every publishing house In America,
all for 15 cents. It Is needless to say ,
that she did n wholesale business
hero for a couple bf days, nnd all the i
"got something for nothing" ones will I
wnlt until tho next wily one comes j
around before they bite again.
.Mrs. Eva Edmonson, of Topoka, j
Kan., n niece of l.owls Bowlus, arriv
ed in this cltv Wednesday evening.
They contemplate locating here If
tlioy like it. They report n hard win-'
tor In Kansas and nro looking for n ,
more suitable climate.
Lewis Morrison's "Faust" Coming,
l.owls M()iTlon's "Fnust," with the
beautiful garden. Drooken and apoth
eosis scenes newly painted by famous
artists, a newly written piologue and
n wealth of gorgeous electrical ef
fects and costumes, will be presented
at the Frnzer on Wednesday, April 1
Tickets now on snle at Fruiter's book
Beer production in Austria declined
Inst year by 182,111 barrels.
Consumer See here! My I'amllv
was out of town all last month ex-
ept three days, and vet mv eloetrln
light bill is higher than for the month
Clerk (severely) Well, sir, do you
oppose we can keen track nf the
comings nnd goings of all our cus
tomers? This office doesn't run n so-
ciety departments Kansas City Journal.
Stock Farm for 8ale.
Wo have the Jas. Lindsay farm,
near Alba for sale. It consists of 640
acres. 140 acres In tlmothv: more
than 200 ncres in wild hay, which will
grow timothy. A portion will grow
wheat and bnrlov. hnlanrn nnntitra.
abundance ot water. All fenced:
Will sell In one, two or three tracts.
BENTLEY & HARTMAN.
If you are troubled with Impure
blood, Indicated by sores, pimples,
headache etc., we would recommend
Acker's Blood Elixir, which we sell
under a positive guarantee. It will
always euro Scrofulous or Syphilitic
poisons nnd all blood diseases. 50 cts
and $1.00, F. W. Schmidt & Co.,
Ilradstreet's reports one-third of all
business failures as due to insufficient
capital. Incompetence causes only
ono In five, fraud ono In ton, extrava
gance or speculating only ono in a
100. Business men do not often speculate.
Tho use of electricity In every day
affairs Is developing enormously In
Great nrltnln. The usual prlco is 2
cents per unit.
Henry Dunvem of New York, has
been made a chevalier of the Legfen
of Honor, In recognition or his devel
opment or French art In the United
Proparc foi the great sport
of catching the wily trout.
Come to us for your rods,
tackle, lines, baskets, hooks
and other supplies. Our
stock is the largest and best
Sporting Goods of all Kinds
Try ours if you're going
to try anv. We know what's
in ours and know that it is
safe for anybody to take
that's more than you know
about some "Patent" medi
cines. If you do try our
Spring Medicine, and you
are not satisfied with it, we
will refund your money.
Price $1.00 per bottle.
F. W. Schmidt, Ph. G.
Poetoffice Bib. Phone Main 851
THE SURE WAY
to lrevent Pneumonia nnd Consump
tion. Is to cure your cold when It
first appears. Acker's English Rem
edy wilt stop tho cough In a night,
and: drive the cold out of your system.
Always a quick and sure cure for
Asthma, Bronchitis, and all throat
and lung troubles. If it does not sat
isfy you tho druggist will refund your
money. Write to us for free sample.
W. H. Hooker & Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
K AY Schmidt Co., druggists.
My line of Shirt Waists,
in style and fit are unsurpas
sable. Dress Skirts, Walk
ing Skirts, Silk or Wool that
have an individuality and al
ways appear chic. Under
skirts and Muslin Under
wear in big variety,
I make Shirt Waists,
Tailor-Made Suits and Skirts
to order in my own factory.
645 Main street.
At the Big Boston Store
Monday, Tuesday and Wednc
Of Ladies Fine Tailor Made Solts and
Skirts, lnis season we are m a posi
tion to show yoa very good values in,
W Fit 1
I 1 Finish
AS' ll jL
Our Line of Shirt Waists Excels all
Others. We will give those three
days our pairons the most careful
BIG BOSTON SU
Is Manufactured bv
SAM'L L DAVIS, Y CA
ASK FOR "BANKER" SI2
2 for 25c
ALLEN & LEWIS, Distribute
Are yon neglecting their Musical Education?
Are you letting them pass along from time
to time thinking they can take it up later?
Don't do it? There never was a better time
than now. It is possible fcr all to have a
OUR EASY PAYMENT PLJ
makes it so without straining your finances.
A small payment down and the piano is de
livered. You pay the balance to suit you.
Come in and. ask about our easy payment plan
:-: THERKELSEN'S PIANO HOOSE, s
315 East Court Street.
Have Your Water Pipes Examined and Repaired t
Delay will lead to serious breaks.
First-class work guaranteed by
BECK, the Reliable Plumf
Court street opposite the Golden Rule Hotel
The Little Darlings
Now that gentle Spring is with us, Motlieis, j".
take your children out in the open air and let them -J
We want to have the pleasure of showing you tl'eS,!j
csi line oi
BABY CABS AND GO-CARTS
BAKER & FOLSOM,
Next door to Postoffice.
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