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inow it's time to think of
yfe want you to sec out line of
Thomson's Oloye-Fittine Corsets
Wo have all the new shapes
and sell them at much lower
prices than "Regular Stores."
It's by selling the
best known makes of
joods at lower prices
thin you can find
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At ODDftsitinn a r
TtjESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1902.
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Suggests that Senators Form
a Combine .
Treaty Must Be Ratified Be
fore February 1st.
Pavlns Her Jewels to
llsewhere. (hat we
lave constantly in
creased our business.
THE BROWN SHOE COMPANY'S SHOES
Have been worn by all your nclnhbors, ask them about the quality
in J our prices.
f Our constant aim Is to jjlvc better value for the money than any
Wlar store." can afford to give. We do a strictly spot cash busl.
tit, Thal'o why our prlcco are so low for reliable merchandise.
SHIRTS, HATS CLOTHING.
Ladles and Men's Furnishings.
's Cheapest One Price Cash Store.
B. T. BARNES, Proprietor, "
Corner of Commercial and Chemeketa
New Designs for 1903
nshlngton, 1). c. Dc. 30.-Oih.o-Ulon
to tho Cuban reciprocity tieaty
Is Increasing. It must be rniin,i i...
fi . Ht "tr
""" "uniary, or lost Rnw-nn i," ... '
anxlim H,nt nn . , . . . ", straits,
"-"" "ri do maao to forin
Royal Father-In-Law Anxious
to Vindicate Son
Full Account Will Be Given of
Spain Ready to Send
Troops to Morocco
Sultan in the Hands of
Rebels at Fez.
VIuanaDoc. 30.-Tho Tngeblatt to
day rdpflrU that the Crown Princess
and Her brother ni in n.,r,ii
The archiluko tried to borrow
a coalition between tho susrar sonn if20,000 from a Jowsli monoy lohdor,
but was refused.
Jewels In pawn.
He then put his
tors. ho oppoto tho Cuban treaty
and the N'ew England senators, who
Wonla s JJ" m, t,h0 Hori and the actions of Princess Loulso have
.o n. n 7 ' ? ''?, OW,M0 ,nv bMn ,r,,pre'1 I'V the King of
KtTwi tJlL1??, fT;he " ' "'" to dispel "ho
7 "dl ,vlth w tinfawll, sentiment toward him nnd
tieaty Is also pending ,h. nf,.., t..i. .......
. " ""' Jinii-f. uu win uony mo
story for Ill-treatment, and show thnt
the flght wns causal by tho discovery
of tho Princess" armour of the Fronclt
Had Accompanied Mrs Mc
Kinley to Pacific Coast
I V V
Pomeroy's. If s''8, nnrU",r
nowiown at romeroy
you want the latest and best
there is, you will examine this
stock. You can make your se
lection at a price to suit, and
will be sure of getting the
best value for the money.
Prices cut in two.
288 Com. St., Watchmaker and Optician
Canton, 0.. Dec. 30. The wedding
of Miss Mary Darbsr, niece of Mrt.
McKlnley, to Major Ralph Hartiell, U. p
S A., was solemnised today at the
home of the bride. Owing to the fact
that the brIJ
attended only by the relatives and a
few Intimate friends of the contract-
Standard Oil Company Inau
gurates Benefit Plan
New York, Dec 30. The employe
-a rnmiii. ia in ,rai of tl Standard Oil Company In nil
os family Is In mourn nif,t . .. ,, ... , . ' , ,
.. ,. ..... u, ... liw of tbe world will bo bonedtod by
was a very quiet affair, ,,,-j ,,., .....
Foreigners arc Warned
Flee to the Coast
Madrid, Dec. 30. A cabinet moling
was hold today discussing tho Morocco
situation. All troops nro undor mobil
isation ordors. nnd trains nro In readi
ness to convoy them southward.
Ropoits received horo sny that tho
Sultan failed to escape from tho robots
at Pox, who nro now lnrostliiR the
city. Tho protondor hlmsolf Is 20
mllos from 1'oz. Word Is bolng Bont
to all tho forolBiiors living In tho ln
teilor of Moiocco to hnston and os
onpo to tho const.
MmIi Id, Doc. 30. Tho jubol forcos
hnvo cut off tho water supply to Fez,
and imloss tho southern Kabylos como
to tho aid of tho Imporlal authorltlos
thoy will bo forced to capltulato In
three days. Tho Spanish authorities
hore nro llttlng up lnstrumonts for
wireless tologrnphy botwoen Coutn and
Mullltta, In ordor to lceop in constant
touch with tho outsldtv Groat Ilrltaln
and Franuo liavo assured tho Spanish
that they deelro to matntnln In stntUH
jiio. In tho event tho pretonder Ir victorious.
Investigation by Illi
Coal Held for Speculation
While People m Suffering
Costs $1 50 per Ton
Down In Chicago
ChlcnRO. Doc. 30. Invoaqgntlon in
to the reputed comblno of tho rail
roadB nnd tulno opotators to ninnlpu
Into coal bogan this morning, Attorney
Gonoral Hnmlln questioning many wltf
no88e8. Ono testified that It cost $1,150
per ton to mino and lay down soft
coal from thq Illinois Holds to Chica
go. Proofs woro offored of onornulUB
quantities of coal bolng hold on Su
burban tracks although tho glty !'
suffering for the wnnt of fuel. Coal
today sells at ?9 por ton. Much suf.
faring la caused tho poor. Tho malm
lino of Invoetlgatlon is to show wheth
er railway odlclals nnd railways owm
stock in tho coal mlnau.
rltlah Subjects Are Warned.
London, Doc. 30. Tho Drlllsli mln
Istor to Morocco lias lustructad nil Uio-
consuts to requost Hrltlsh subjeats to
hasten to tho coast, as a lollglous war
accompanied Mrs. Mc
Klnley on her Pacific coast trip two
years ago. A groat number of pres
ents were received from Washington.
Presldont Roosevelt, Secrotnry Coitel
you and the entire cabinet sent hand
some silver pieces, Mrs. McKlnloy's i
gift was a filhor set, valued at $C00.
I thfc pension plan Uiat Is to tako offect
Nw Years. Any omploye teaching the
agffof dl, after 3fi years' of sorvlco,
rony.-lwilre on one-fourth of his- snl'
i an'- This applies from the hlghost of
I1 r " V
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L.raU TV Tflfl Jnni -tff -1 ' m
ON NEW YEAR'S DAY,
When you aro celebrating the dnwu
of a new century, drink to its pro
gronsaiiew ern of prosperity In our
fine brands of champagnes, wlnos,
liquors. For your toddy, ogg nopg
thorn is nothing flnor. Wo have a lino
of fine bottled goods In brnadles,
whiskies, etc . for tho holiday do
mands. J. P. ROGERS.
J. P. ROGERS, Issr
Train Runs into Open Switch
With Frightful Results
Forced to Resign by Pressure
Washington, Dec. 30. ningor Hei
mann, commissioner of tho gencrnl
land office, has reslgnod, and will be
succeeded by William A. ltlchards,
now the assistant commissioner of tho
goneral land office. Tho chnngo will
. . I, .,J., I.l.l.. T.. . int. f
Oulntv. Ind.. Dec 30. A freight 011 , ' cl-'i imiunuiy .mmmry jum .w.
the Monon railway ran into an open Hot mann'H resignation wns requosted
swlth this morning, nnd rolled 1C foot "boot two weeks ago by tho secretnty
down an ombankmont. The onglneor,
War On Foreigners Is Feared.
Washington, Due 30. Many for
eigners, espocfnlly Spaniards, Oer
ninnH nnd Kngltsh. nio cooped up In
Fes. They will be Imperiled If the.
lebols wage war on tliom, which Is
Thar Is n possibility of the repeti
tion of tho Polttn expedition, ns it Is
bolng discussed In some diplomatic
c lie I os hero.
Children Cry for
" Fletcher's Cnstorln.
Log Cabin Creams '
' Stand Caramels
Peanut Ice At
164 State St.
Phone 2074 Main.
Wholesale and Retail
Liquor Dealer. .
Wt vvlUesdJust U iIms'J touiMof " j
lor i,iiiiii" -
fireman nnd brakoman woro killed.
The train contained olght enrs of live
stock, and many cattlo were klllod and
others trampled nnd mnnglod.
Thirty People Injured.
.Marion, Ind., Dec. 30. Thlity peo
ple were Injured, two laiaiiy, in w
street car accident this morning. The
'car was running at a high rate of
speed when It was aeralled and ran
down an embankment, where it was
crushed to pieces.
of the Interior, nnd wns Immediately
presented. Charges havo boon pre
ferred against two of tho subordinate
officials in the land ofllcos Involving
alleged Irrogulnrltloe, and they have
been given n specific tlmo in which to
19c per yd
Just received a new line of
No. 8o four Inch ribbons
All silk, fancy weaves and
patterns In great variety.
Special J 9c Yard
S A NEW oar nAwr.r
'r Jour kltf hen will make you
UQ at tho hlch nricos of
After T-nil hcivo i.on.l I n '
,rt tlmo you will wondor why
Weltered ovor a hot wood . .
luring tho hoatod term. '.'.
worried ovor starting a ; ;
UU n W n.nHln AMa.IAw
711 a touch of a match innkos
wSht bta7e sonflnod to vour
lD8 utensils, and not hont-
'T huilBO fni- lin utinla
l; T fooking by gas.
IffttM GAS LIGHT COMPANY
.-' ODJ. A rii.M.Lr. OI
Bancroft Optical Co.fijoO
259 commercial au
smnlles In the world, aged 38 yean,
and weighing only 15 pounds, died at
Laumont last nlsbt So waa takn
B,ck on the stage, and died al most
stantly. Her twin brother U still Mi
A Memorial to Watts.
. .. tw . Carnegl
fferJw.o)0 toward the erection of
offerwi "' wu. the n
If tbe effer U unae-
.-, . lamas WattS,
a memormi -
Bremmerton Naval Station
Washington. Uc. SO.-On account
of the Immoral Influences prevailing
in the town of Bremerton. Washing
ton, the navy department today or
dered tbat no more ships be seat to
otII inQuenees existing tksr are n
edled. Nawl offleers. who have In
vestlgateU. reported that opn gam
Yamhillers Ask for a
Lafayette to St- Jo.
Lafayette. Or., Dex-. JW. It is
stated upon good authority that the
citlMUS of MoMlnnvillo. lifnyette,
Dayton, Duudoo and Newberg will
soon elrculato petitions for slgnnturus
ami present the samo to tlie Southern
J'adfle Company, asking them to ox
tend the road through Lafayette and
eosnect with the West Side road at
St. Josih. Tbe dlstanco from Lafay,
eU to St Joseph Is one and a half
wiles, and tho company would save
keeping up the expensive bridge at
Lafayette, and also nine mllos ol
trask from from I-afayetto to White
son, and the company does not re
ceive much freight between tho two
stations. The change would then pit
Xewberg. Dundee. Dayton and Iafny
Special Sale of
RfMj Chemeketa St. J mw)t ln Aw9Hca lor
HHHlllljmilllSrinC to wt a msmorlaL
. ni ciaara
emur .. ,ha move-aowtm - ""- , ..
eepted he m w TV.wtde of railroad agate aw -
morfnA iui a n. .. , a im uuu win
u.nn unlverslt Endowed. f.a I railroad enneUi with the
- aL Dec .-T Um towty t ad the rallwwd wwW
W- "". .,... ,. i- ui kavtf a larger passenger traffic in
Method! vmj -- m. hm 9 PMUto Me.
d0W0d . L. J!Tsi Mart asd JhR mm W thin reaeh Dallas by
roilHlUQ fttwgt""'" - (S ..I
itAAji suapL rwirw
MatlfC W '"'"'
A line of our best
18c aid 20c
used In our Christmas
displays are offered
Special Oc Each
A line of exceptionally 11
25c and 35c
silently mussed from
Special 1 5c Each
Big Hosiery Sale Tomowow
XXX Wait for it. X X X
Are You Wearing
ii H. S. & M. Clothing
j; If not, why not? It's the
! ! cheapest and best high grade
!! clothing on the market. It's
j j the only absolutely guaranteed
!! clothing that carries with it a
!! written guarantee-
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