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DAILY EAST PRECOMA. PENOLETON. OBECON. PHIPM.
Hot weather is on and we
have clothing to make yot
$2.00 to $3.00
Coats aM Vests .
$4. $5, $6 to $7
Costs aM Pasts
$5, $6, $7 to $10
Baer r Daley
Furnishers and Hatters
Rochester. X. Y., had an SS00.Q0U
Gulllermo. the famous Filipino out
law, has been captured.
War Is imminent between the cat
tlemen and sheepmen of Southwest
Pope Leo has recuiierated suffic
iently to celebrate mass on the feast
day of Corpus Christ!.
Chile Is said to be retrogressing
In every sense Industrially, com
mercially and politically.
In April last 1.646,000 tons of pig
iron were produced in the United
States, in May 1,755,000 tons.
Lady Henry Somerset was re-elected
president of the International W.
C. T. TJ. by the recent Geneva con
vention. July next will be an all-day holi
day for all free rural delivery mall
carriers, according to a ruling of the
The bl-centennlal of John Wesley's
birthday will he generally celebrated
by the Methodists everywhere. It oo !
curs June 2S, 1903.
The bricklayers of New York City 1
are threatening the first general ;
strike in 20 years. They demand "0 i
cents per hour and that no bricklay- j
ers be employed who do not belong to j
Two hundred Cistercian monks are 1
expected to come to the United J
States this summer as a result of the ,
operation of the antl-tongregation
laws in France. Most of them will i
go to Kentucky. 1
There will be an investigation of'
the Epplnger Co. failure at San Fran-1
cisco by the grand jury. It Is alleg-j
ed that large sums of money were J
borrowed on warehouse grain re- j
celpts after the firm knew the grain j
had been deported. j
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS.
The Canadian Pacific strike is now I
settled and the train men have re-
turned to work with most of their .
North Yakima will vote on a J40,-1
flOO bond for school building pur
poses. She reports 360 more pupils
this year than last.
Horticultural . Commissioner Beck,
of North Yakima, reports that 150.000
fruit trees have been set out in Yak
ima county this spring.
Forest fires are now raging in thej
foothills east of Tacoma and the
AVhite River Mill, destroyed last
year. Is again in danger.
The O. R. & N. advertising depart
ment has photographed the Hood I
Klver strawnerry neius. to De useu in
a lortncoming uescr.pme turner. ;
C. 11. west, tne u. it. c ieie- rales East offered by
graph operator who stabbed J. W. ( -the NORTHWESTERN LINE."
Thomas, a fellow-operator, at Hunt- Chicago and return J71.50
ington last week. Is now in jail atst. Paul & Minneapolis and
Baker City under J2.000 bonds.
A. Louie, the Canadian Indian who'
killed his 17-year-old wife at Van.
couver. B. C last April. In a fit of
passion, must hang. His appeal to
the Dominian government for len
iency has been disregarded.
Gambling has been stopped at1
Spokane and the saloons are all clos
ed in Bremerton. Walla Walla also"
shut up her gambling balls Thursday ;
and the new anti-game law of Wash-,
ington 18 to De ngiuiy euiurceu.
Edward L. Nayler. of Forest Grove,
sheared one Cotswold buck lamb, 10
months old, whose fleece weighed 16
pounds. The price of that grade of
wool Is 36 cents per pound, which
makes the income on his flock 2.SC
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mWE h SAW t
ctwt, m( rr I
Jr a. umMCMu co. ,
A. J. Johnson. Scio.
E. H. Burke. Portland.
C. N. .Motley. Silver City.
George A. Thomas, San Francisco.
B. E. Ripley. Colfax.
M. O. Hoswell. Seattle.
John B. Ashton. Chicago.
F. J. Golden. New York.
R. E. Porter and wife. Mcacham.
Edwin J. Durke, Hauerford.
V. H. Otin. Spokane.
B. F. Sweeney. Despatch.
L. O. Druce. Despatch.
James Wing. Boston.
William Ellery. city.
Will MarkE. Omaha.
C. W. Hlncheleff. Los Angeles.
J. C. Lindsey. Portland.
Alex Livingston. Boston.
J. J. Chappell, San Francisco.
J. P. Currell. San Fraucisco.
F. A. Temple. San Francisco.
D. P. Payne, St. Joseph.
A. J. Tappenlng, Spokane.
G. W. Harris. Seattle.
C. C. Daud, Berkley.
Mrs. J. A. Weston, Boise.
L. H. Hendershott and wife. Spo
kane. Frank Folsom. Orchard Park.
Mrs. A. Royal. Olympia.
G. Abbott, city.
A. H. Hagen, Lewlston.
E. H. Clarke, city.
George Stearns, city.
R. R. Clem, Spokane.
F H. Stocker, San Francisco.
F. G. Halley. city.
A. Nylander. rortland.
Golden Rule Hotel.
Thomas Cotter .Oakland.
D. J. Waltz, Chlco. ?
B. F. Brant, Rapid City.
L. E. Brant, Rapid City.
J. E. Brant Rapid City.
S. C. Brant, Rapid City.
C. McGlother, Seattle.
John McCrea. Seattle.
M. Rankin, Seattle.
Mrs. W. H. Howes. Athena.
G. Joyce, Spokane.
G. A. Stuart, Rockford.
M. G. Royal, Ollympla.
W. K. Kent and wife. Spokane.
Sam Lee. Sxkane.
S. A. Frans. Spokane.
T. W. Lusk. La Grande.
U Brown, city.
S. G. Jones, city
F. Bartholomew, Heppner.
Joe F. Connelly, city.
J. W Cronln and wife, .Meacliam.
Bert McAtee, Salem.
J. A. McLaughlin, Gurdane.
G. Menzie, Walla Walla.
J. McKay, city,
Mary J. Buchap, BlackfooL
R. Evans, Granite.
YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
Uy taklnR ailvantage of the cheap
Tickets good 90 days. Stop-overs
Dates of sale: June 4. 5, 24. 25, 26.
27. 28. 29, 30; July 15, 16 and August
Full Information by addressing
H. L. SISLER.
132 Third street, Portland, Ore.
Mokl Tea posltivaly cures Sick
i Headache. Indigestion and Constitu
tion, a deiignuui herb drtnlc Re
moves all eruptions ot the skin, pro
ducing a perfect complexion or money
refunded. 25c and 50c Write to us
for free sample. W. H. Hooker Jk Co.,
Buffalo. N. T. F. W. Schmidt Co..
GRAND LODGE WILL END
ITS WORK TONIGHT.
List of Officers Elected Not Much
Business to Transact Shriners
Will Meet Saturday Evening.
Portland. June 12. The grand
lodge, A. F. and A. M. of Oregon,
elected the following officers at the
session yesterday afternoon:
S. SI. Voran, of Eugene, grand mas
ter; Thomas Gray, of Portland, depu
ty grand master; W. H. Flanagan.
Grant's Pass, grand senior warden:
V. T. Williamson. Salem, grand jun
Jor warden, Henry Roe, Portland,
grand treasurer; James F. Itobinson.
Eugene, grand secretary; Jacob
Mayor. Portland, M. S. "WoodcocK.
Corvallis, John B. Cleland, Portland,
trustees of educational fund. The
other grand lodge officers are ap
pointive and will be named by the
The election of Mr. Robinson as
grand secretary Is a mark of confi
dence. He has served In the same
capacity for the grand lodge for more
than eight years and has served in
a similar capacity for other Masonic
bodies even longer.
The new grand master, S. M. Yo
ran. has come up through the stations
from Junior warden and is one of the
best-known Masons in the state.
Precedent In Masonic circles favors
promotions and his election was a
foregone conclusion when the grand
The morning session of the grand
lodge vestcrday was devoted to pure-
ly routine business, no questions oi
general Importance being brought up.
The address of the retiring grand
.,, .wv.,,1 th.. lnrines nf the state
l are iiuurismuj; aim nn: umvi t i
made steady advances during tne
year. The spirit "f good fellowship!
pervndes the entire order and the j
grand master congratulated the mem- j
bers upon the good financial showing i
the grand lodge could make. I
The Installation will take place to-.
night, and the Shriners will hold a
meeting Saturday evening, which will
close the session of the Masonic
bodies now gathered here.
The following old officers are in
W. F. Butcher, grand master: S
M. Yoran. deputy grand master:
Thomas Gray, grand senior warden:
W. H. Flannacan. grand Junior war
den: Henry Roe. grand treasurer; j
James F. Robinson, grand secretary.
and Rev. J R. X. Bell, grand chap
Iain. HOMEOPATHS END SESSION.
Society Adjourns After Hear
ing Papers on Medicine.
Portland. June 12. The State Ho
meopathic Medical Society ended Its
27th annual meeting yesterday after
noon. The subject of the closing
session of the convention yesterday
afternoon was the practice of medi
cine. Papers uion technical branches
of the work were read by the doctors
'A Clinical Answer to the Question
'Does Homeopathy Cure," P L. Mc
Kenzle. M. D Portland: "The High
er Attennuations," C. E. Geiger, M.
D.. Forest Grove; "Gastric Neurosis,"
A. S. Nichols. M D.. Portland; "The
Single Remedy," N. S. Vernon. M. D
Astoria; "Those Three Pimples In the
Mind." George Wlgg, M. D.. Port
land: Tonsllltis." C. L. Nichols, M.
D.. Portland; "Melancholia," Ella K.
eDarborn, M. D.. Portland; "Diphthe
ria and Anti-Toxin," A. W. Vincent,
M. D.. Union.
Tliismils Hare Kidney
Tmile and Never Sisiect it
How To Find Out. !
Pill a bottle or common glas with yoar
water and let it stand twenty-tour hoars ; j
dition of the kid
neys; if it status
your linen it is
evidence of kid
ney trouble ; too
to pass it or pain
iu the back is
also couviticing proof that the kidneys
and bladder are out of order.
Uttat To ro.
There is comfort in the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy,
fulfills every wish iu curing rheumatism,
pain in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part of tbe urinary passage.
It corrects inability to hold water
and scalding pain in (Kissing it, or bad
effects followtng use of liquor, wine or
beer, and overcomes that uupleasant ne
cessity of being compelted to go often
during the day, and to get up many
times during the night. The mild and
the extraordinary effect or Swamp-Root
is soon realized. It stands the highest
for its wonderful cures of the most dis
tressing cases. If you need a medicine
you should have the best. Sold by drug
gists in fifty-cent and one-dollar sties.
You may liave a sample bottle and a
lK)k that tens all
nliout it, both sent free
by mail. Addres Dr.
Kilmer & Co., Ding
hamton.N. Y. When
writing mention this paper and don't
make any mistake, but remember the
name. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and
the address, Binguamton, N. Y.
Therkelsen-s June Get Busy Sale
promises to be a hnmmer and our
S Includes all the most popular
makes from J135 up ui as " .
m Tn hut from these prices we
I are going to make some really Inter
SSins - reductions. The biggest pur-J
chase of pianos we have ever ramie
will be here next month and we want
to have room for them. You can
have a piano from us on very easj
pavments. Indeed, so easy that there
lT'no reason why you should be with
out it. especially during our June
Get Busy Sale. Let us know your
wants and we will surprise you with
easy terms. .
THERKELSEN PIANO HOUfcE.
315 Court Street.
Away up In the heights of the Blue
mountains, far from the heat dust
and noise of the city. I-chmnn
Springs is a most charming place to
spend a short or extended vacation.
Its numerous hot springs are a pos
itive cure for all forms of rheuma
tism, stomach, blood and nervous dis
orders. Everv convenience is at
hand a large, comodlous hotel under
nble management, lots of pretty lit
tle cottages, ample free camping
ground, abundance of shade, swim
ming pool, golf links, shooting gal
lere. fine hunting, lots or fish. For
rates and particulars, address C. R.
Dutton. l.ehman Springs. Or.
We offer One Hundred Dollars reward
for any rase of catarrh tliat can noi be
cured by Half Catarrh Cure.
V J. CHKXEV 4 CO.. Toledo. O.
We. the umierslsnied. have known F. J.
Clieuev for the Init 15 years, and believe
hlin lierfectlr honorable In all business
tranactlon anil financially able to carry
nut any ohlliatlons made by their Arm.
WEST A Tltt'AX, Wholesale Druggists,
WAU)I.va KINWA.V A MARVIN, Whole
sale Drusslsts. Toledo. O.
tinitv r..n.rl. Ptim U titken Internally.
! ortln; directly wnn the blood anil mucous
;n'r, n the i,,tem. Testimonials ent
rriW. iice 75c per bottle. Sold by all
ciruscUts ,.,. ,
"a" Family nils are the best.
World's Fair Clubs are organizing j
in various parts or the country toi
prepare for next year's trip to St.
For really fine, choice
Steafcs-C hops- C utlets
Roasts of Beef, Mut
ton and Veal drop in
to our shop or phone
316 K. Court Phone Jted 11
cure dyspepsia and all disorder! aris
ing from Indigestion. Endorsed by
physicians everywhere. Sold by all .
druggists. No cure, no pay. 25 cents. '
Trial package free by writing to W. .
H. Hooker & Co Buffalo, N. T. F.
W. Schmidt & Co.
I 1 1 1 I '1 1 'I II 4 (Hi! I
I Five Porcelain Tubs
Are now to be found at
Privett's Birber Shop and
Bath Rooms. We also have
five hydraulic chairs. Every
thing is neat and clean. We
employ none but first-class
workmen. Our equipment is
not excelled in Eastern Ore.
t Privett's Barber Shop Ji
j 7 3 ain street j
Tel cub out Main 4
Monopole, Rock Candy,
Red Star and White Rose
in half gallons, gallons,
jackets and pails.
Low Sellers of Groceries
The Parrot Talks
"I'm neither too big aor too
llttle-I'm jaBt right. My
quality is admirable. I'm
calm and unruffled even when
I'm burning up."
" Jest Try a
At Yoar Dealer's
BELL & CO.
Inr Comfort find Style
Is carriage, pleasure vehicles and builneu
wagoni one may go a t real de:il iurtber, tare a
' crtt drat wone. If be overlook! our etabllih
sent, Ur here art to be found tbe beat makes
. In tbe market Wa Invite lnaiactlon, criticism
'it need be, trial tuicbaM. Only doDt
by without a look In ut our Winoua wagoni.
' Tnejr run easy, cary S more (ban any other
make and a durable. We have bugglf from
. I to up. Get your tires set on nur hydraulic mi-
, chine No burning or defacing juur wbeelt.
' This machine was Installed In our plant at a
great lo and is tbe only one on the l'aciOc
coast. It does tbe best of work and bas been
adopted by the the I' s. government. Glye us
Storer'i Gasoline Engines
I have a larger and better
list of Farms, Stock RancheB
'and City Property to sell
I than ever before. Also a big
I In 1 r -t 4 1 A AniYt 1 It IT
1UI UI JU1IU All UIU IvVUilllg
t j wheat section of Eastern
1 N. Berkeley
Is now doing a rushing busi
And they are delicious. Per
haps you've had the word "de
licious" spoiled for you some
where, by a bad glass of Sod.
Then be sure and come here at
once and recover the relish of
it Come and learn where the
Good Soda, the Best Soda ever
servedis to be had this season.
F. W. Schmidt's
Tke .Reliable Drifgist
Pcwtofice Block. Phone Main S'
,n Center oijj
By the Fire lnsunj
panies yt repress
i.uuijjanie!i stand Etsl
Hartford Fire ImuimwcJ
London & Lancuhlti Fh
North British & Merasti
Royal Insurance Co."."."j
PRANK B. Ci
500 MAIN SIM
Dinner Twenty-Hit 0
From 11.30 a. o, to ; M
Short orders a spm
Quick, Courteous Sa
Open all Day aid
LET US F
We can supply jts j
Building Matem: .
D .. t MIn a DIDif '
Wood gutters ii
WHEAT OW jj
Relets ik" . .Tni -a '