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THEY WANT DOLE REMOVED provements for two years unless HÈ WILL BREAK THE GROUND
there is an extra session.
Circuit Judge Humphreys is
HAWAIIAN LEGISLATORS AT LOGGER- about to call a special grand jury PRESIDENT WILL INAL'GL'RATE 1*05
HEADS WITH OOVERNOR.
I to investigate the charges of bribery
, in the legislature.
ft OFFICIAL PIBECTORY
An exchange says: The follow The Prevlalonal Committee Finally Reachci
Conclniloa to Have Hist Do So
ing is a new way for a girl to get
rid of the caller who persists in
staying beyond all reason, notwith-
standing all hints; she gives him a
President McKinley will break
pencil and paper with one of her ground for the Lewis and Clark
sweet smiles and says to him: Centennial in 1905, says the Orego
"Now make a row of eleven ciphers; nian. Through his private secre
now make a perpendicular mark tary he has already expressed his
an inch long downward -on the willingness, and last night the pro
right of the first cipher, upward on visional centennial committee,
its existence at loggerheads with , tbe right of the fourth; downward finally concluded t-- have him do
................. Jo mes A 8 par row the Governor all along the line, »nd on the right of tbe fifth; upward on so. The meeting of the committee,
P- A Miller
.....JR John «ou , without having passed a single one the right of the seventh and eighth; which was held in the rooms of the
..J W Buchanan I of the important measures to which downward on the right of the Commercial Club, was given a
J C Bartlett the home rulers were committed, tenth.’
” Then asked him what he j thorough discussion before it was
E J Noble
R J Willlaiua except the county government act, had written. The effect is electrical. agreed to.
which the Governor has killed by a
It was decided to have the
. Geo. W Ha'ea
ground broken in one of the plaza
....Chea. Newell ' pocket veto.
The last act of the house the
blocks. The program for the presi
evening of the 30th, was to pass a
C. H. E Hardin and Ameidei dent’« reception provides that the
WUVA REHEKAH llexre* No.H
concurrent resolution containing a Jaullin arrived last evening from school children of tbe city shall be
Tillie Jordau N. G.
memorial to President McKinley the Hardin ranch on Quinn river, massed to greet the president on
Frankie Dreuton Rec. Set’jr.
the removal of Governor Dole. It I The latter, whois a well-known five of these blocks, and the plan is
JL. O. U. W. Burna Lodge, No 47.
was introduced by Representative French artist, has been Mr. Har- to have the ground broken in the
r'idV’“'“‘t A Pinard. M.W
K H Hoyt. Hee. Breckley, one of the native home ; din’s guest for several weeks. Mr central block of the five.
rulers, and contained along indict- Jaullin went out to the ranch for
The formal breakingofthe ground
■ARNKY LODGE, NO. 77, I. O O F.
Meals at Odd Fellow« Halt, every Saturday ment of the executive.
take place during the parade,
J M Dalton N. G.
W V King,Secv. charged with having hindered the to canvas the likenesses of some of
will be stopped for the pur
I work of the session by his hostility the noble Piute braves and squaws,
After the incident is over
K ofessional cards .
toward the legislature, withholding He expected to find Indians of the the parade will proceed. Such is
information and reports that were kind one reads of in story books or the program outlined by the com
C A- SWEEK
called for, and refusing to co-operate historical novels, but he was woe mittee.
with the lawmakers. The president fully dissapointed. He did some . A committee consisting of H. W.
is asked in the resolution to use work on a picture but gave it up in Ccrbett, P. L. 'Willis and II. C.
GEO. 8. SIZEMORE,
his influence in behalf of an extra disgust, He found plenty of sub- Campbell was appointed to make
session of the legislature to trans- jects, but the appearance of the all the necessary arrangements fur
B urns , ........................ Q reoos . act general legislation which Dole Indians only shocked his artistic the breaking of the ground. It was
Callae^ion«, Land business, and Real
refuses to grant. The Hawaiians nature.
The noble red men also decided to invite the governors
Batata lustier promt th attended to.
claim they have not had time in he saw wore brogans instead of j of Washington, Idaho, California,
which to work out the plans of moccasins, »nd Prince Albert coats Utah and Colorado and the Lieu
Biggs & Biggs
| lawmaking they bad formed in the and overalls instead of beaded suits tenant Governor of British Colum
' 30 days of tbe regular session. In I of buckskin. Instead of feathered bia to be present and witness the
ATTORNEYS - AT - LAW,
i conclusion, the home rulers ask headgear he found that feathers ceremony. Washington is the only
--- --- --- --- OREGON.
1 that Dole be removed, if the preei-1 and braided locks are out of stvle one of these states which has yet
Practice in all the courts of Ore.
dent sees no other way to bring and that the vogue is a dilapidated taken any steps toward being re-'
Collections promptly made.
3bout an extra session of the terri- derby or fedora hat. The Indian presented at the fair, but it is gen
C.W.P*M««H torial legislature, declaring that the maidens were even more uf a dis-
erally conceded that all the others
governor has acted in such a man- appointment. Instead of a pictur- will fall in line.
PÄRRISH & REMBOLD,
A Hurney H-at-Iui\v,
ner as to lose the confidence of a esque beaded costumes he found
The committee is well satisfied :
Rim (and Canyon City,) Oregon. ! majority of the people of the terri-, them decked out in Empire wrap- with the outcome ot the much dis
Will •ravtlce ill ’he courts of Harney ana
/imateuunties and in the supreme court o! the tory, and charging that he has not tiers, shirt waists, with Jeg-of-mut- cussed question of breaking the
jtata an<l s>ao in O.rt. land office.
dealt fairly with the borne rule ton or mandolin sleeves and other ground, and its mrmliers unite in
fantastic creations of the Piute expressing the belief that the cer-'
fhiiH. II. Leonard,
The concurrent resolution passed dressmakers.
A ttorney - at - i . a w,
emony will not only be interesting
through both houses by large
M. Joulin did not finish his pic- but that it will do much toward
«Careful attention given to Collec
majoiities, all the native home ture. These combinations were too promoting the success of the expo
tions and Real Estate matters.
rulers voting for it. It did not get much for him.
sition. Members of the Clerk’s,
1 to the senate until the day after the
But he is to make another trial, Union are circulating a petition
H arney ,
end of the session, as < alculated by and will leave here for Pocatello, addressed to their emplopers ask-
Tw»«rr< s W illi *«»
M. FinGait*Li> the Governor, but on that ditv the Idaho, near which place the Fort
I ing that the stores be closed for
Attam»} *i law.
Real bjHatc Agent native party of the Senate passed ■ Hall reservation is located. There half a day during the presence of
among the Bannocks, a tribe of President McKinley in the city.
WILLIA1Î8A FITZGERALD I it.
Gowernur Dole created a sensa- superior Indians, he expects to find The Petition ha* not been present
AMoa.an old Maaouic Building.
tion in l»oth houses by informing subjects worthy of his brush. He ed as yet.
B imn «,
the committee sent to him to ask will also visit Arizona and New
j for an extra session that one of his Mexico, ana spend some time
Eastman is Acquitted.
g. W. MILLER,
reasons for not granting an extra among the Apaches and Pueblas
session was that he bad been relia- Iw-fore lie returns to San Francisco,
After a long and dramatic trial,
blv informeii that bribery was tak- —Winnemucca Silver State.
Charles H. Eastman, the Harvard
Burna. - - - Oregon.
' ing place. Both houses passed a
instructor, was acquitted on the
demanding proof. In
JOKO W OBABT resolution
charge of murdering his brother-in-
Another Hot Artesian Well.
reply, the Governor stated that
law, Richard H. Grogan Jr., while
MÄR5DEN & GEÄRY.
general charges of bribery had been
at target practice on July 4, last.
Ph) sidant and Surgeons.
made in the local pa[>er8 and on tbe
Vale has now another hot artesi
The jury, after listening for
floor of tbe senate, but had not an well rars the Gazette, and ia nearly three weeks to a mass of
' Pkont .Vo SO been investigated in spite of the the proud possessor of the only two testimony, followed by two days’ of
appointment of committee* to look of the kind in the state, so far as argument, debated five hours and a
into them and that the matter was can lie learned.
Hope Brothers, half before reaching a verdict.
H. KLEBS, M. D.
being investigated by the govern who are part owners in the original When the verdict was announced
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON. ment with a view to punishing tbe
well, have been nnxiovs to obtain a there wan a demonsrration among
offender» if evidence against them flow farther up the hill that it the s > ctators which the court of
Office in V.pgtly Building.
could be obtained.
might be more convenient in pip ficers were entirety unable to sup
O regon .
Both houses met May 1. as their ing to town. Accordingly they had press for some minutes.
Telephone No 171.
count of days excluding adjourn one bored on their own land east of
The young man’s father, who has
ments, differed from that of the the old well, but farther up the hill. stood loyally by his side through
«. S.l Brawn too
I E. HI I, lard
Governor as to tbe date of the end Friday a strong flow was obtained the long strain and who has spared
Hibbard Ac Brow titoli.
of the session. A joint session was and tbe owners are feeling yery no expense in lawyers and experts
D entista .
held and four home-rule Senators much encouraged.
buU‘11., famotb an-upirB by Mr.
to clear hie son of the charge, was
were named as provided by the or
the first to press his hand as he
ganic act to bold four-year terms,
stepped from the prisoner’s cage.
the Governor has issued a proclam
C. E. Ktandlee. M. D..
Before tbe jury left their neats
ation calling for an extra veMion
Eastman went over and shook
‘ Catch-on-as catch can” io the with each one, and then panned out
for appropriation bills only to com
(All call, answered prcaiptl, )
oldmaid's matrimonial motto.
mence May 8.
into an ante room, where he wan
About tbe worst joke a woman greeted by bii relative« and friends
A review of tbe work of the legis
lature show* that the most impor can play on a man is to marry him
The men who marry most fre
tant law* enacted were an income
Bit Wyomiif Wool Sale
tax law, assessing 2 per cent on al) quently for money are ministers.
: JOHN McMULLEN .
Poets take in tbe beauties of na
incomes above OIOIX), and an act
At Rawlin«, Wyo , a few days
providing fur a court to bear claims ture. Tbeir wives usually take in
ago 425,000 pounds of wool were
for damage« resulting from tbe washing.
If men were serpents the woods aold to Eastern buyers at price»
Chinatown fire, and appropriating
be full of female snake ranging from 10 to 11 cents Theo
Cloudv day» preferred for
dore Davis of St. Ixtui* bought
Tbe state of matrimony is on* of 100,0110 pound»; T. Barrett for J.
bed in earboa a»d platinum
refusing to work on it after they the United State»—even if it isn't Koebland of Boston bought 150,000
pounds, L. Eisernan for Eisernan
were informed that Governor Dole on tbe map.
Io.tanlM.eo>’» proc»»* used
Enjoy lite while you are single, of Boston bought 100.000 pounds;
would no' grant an extra »e»*ion
• iteo.iv»ly First-elaaa work
except for appropriation» The for when you are married it u ever- M Solomon for H Marx A Co of
Rud latisfactiuu goar»r.t»ed.
Ht. L oom bought 75.000 pounds
failure of tbe bill wiU tie up im- lastingly too late.
STATS— OREGON :
el the First Territorial Session
J. If. Mitchell.
Joseph Simon .
Nothluf ol Aar Iwportaacc lias
I Thus. Tongue.
................ (MA. Moodv
D. R. N. Blackburn
T. T. Goer
Meeratary oi State
........................ FI Dunbar
Late dispatches from Honolulu >
C 8 Moore !
Mnpt. Public Instruction
J II Ackerman via San Francisco say; The first!
W H Leede
) K 8. Bean, i legislature of Hawaii came to an
/ C. Wolverton I
» F. A. Moore
end the evening of April 30, accord
XI SETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
ing to Governor Dole, and the next
District •* Judge
M. D. C lifford
.. ... Wm Millet night, according to the majority in
......................... 1 S Geer
lator ................................... J W Morrow both houses. The legislature ended
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Has something of interest to say to all Harney county’ people,
largest and most complete stock of
carried by any store in Eastern Oregon.
Our store and warehouses are full to overflowing
direct front the markets. East and West, We are ready to serve you with war
ranted goods at guaranteed prices, against any and all competition.
COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH GROCERIES,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes; Gents and Ladies
Furnishings, correct styles, new and up to date;
the Nobbiest Line of Mens Hats ever shown in
Eastern Oregon, direct from New York.
STUDÄBAKER WAGONS AND BUGGIES
M’CORMICK MOWERS AND RAKES
OLIVER CHILLED AND STEEL PLOWS
DISC AND SPRING TOOTH HARROWS
CULTIVATORS, FA MING TOOLS OF ALL KINDS
In endless profusion and
CAR LOADS OF BARB WIRE 4 STOCK SALT
always on. liand..'
We carry a larger and more complete line of
hardware than any general merchandise store in
the State In fact our hardware department is a
complete store within itself, All kinds of shell and
heavy hardware in stock Cutlery, Lisk Ware
guaranteed rust proof, Stransky Ware guaranteed
tor five years, Debt Ware, Granite, I in Ware in
endless varieties. Bridge beach stovesand ranges
in size and price to fit your house and your pocket
book—large or small. In fact we have everything
you need, from a cambric needle to a freight wag
on. W rite us for prices on large bills—we guar-
fry us with a mail order
c intee them to be right,
we will fill it promptly and cheerfully.
WOOL STORED FREE OF CHARGE
Yours for Business,
E. A. RIEGER, Manager
HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON,