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GAILY EVENING EDITION
Eastern Oregon Weather
.....i,,. br I'Hrilcr Kt
1 5c A WEEK.
Tonight i1 W. 1. . m tantf 194
threatening ui prut miw or
ll:NI' l:ToN- , m Vl" V 'M V. OKlKiON. TVE8DAY, XOVEMIIKH, 2, MM) I
. hill I tlL' II'
r u . . . . ,...i.
h.. nrrlv.'.i ni
.i.....aiini! si, lit WIIISI mShers
York an about to strike.
imb,.r -i I'li'ipiTR Hi l.omton is
than r before rersnrtnl,
million vlsPnrs a-e ejected
J th, I'll ('Ha:'' IWBIIn niiwn
DEAD IN THE DEBRIS
Twelve Lost Live 01
MS lad!" " "'
for murder at
i in1 frontier
DEAD TAKEN FROM DEBRIS
IN DETROIT. MICHIGAN.
i mh i.l tlw.
F . ' ...Ail ia m
eiiiHtr.s ior inirtccn
j,i a im m family.
tutlvr i tii iii 1 1 1 oi tin- rxa
rational Asaoetatleu has ae-
tlltaaeap"! "' ',,n'
city, ami July to 1 1. mo.
men mat on me
R J . T l
Of US nil any anil nurai
i, , ,ii international ex
II .1... a..... . All
Wewa renin niiiB -
Lt .1... I i . 1 1 i i v II II Ml L . TIC 1 1 1 1 1 1 1' I K
ID ll '" ' . . .
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UUP " ' ' . . I - -
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... i... ..I.., , l.i i. lie in 1 1 1 n i
nun i . u "
itnrli sichange 1 he defnuii
mil 11 ' II "'
Miihhain Hi. poet, inaile the
dress at in minimi inimiii.-i
r.it Mi.. smmv n 1.11c
l7 . i. .i.i i.. ., i.,i. .1..
lOrK. IM S.llll 'Hill "nil. mm
wan of arma and the ninn.
i-pli wn 01 tools anil the
Mysterious" Explosion Bringa Death to
Employes and Serioualy Injurea
Othera Many Glrli Were In Fire
Moat of Them Eacaped Without Se
naa iii mii.i
rpfiis.il tn dlscuaa the re
if inn i ii ' w .. i
. he aalil bscause thi
-I. II... I AH..
i I I' I . l. 'Ml llllll
nisinn :i-n i ii' iiKMert thai
.i.i . ...in i. . ...ii.. . . . . .. .i
puMii nn Mull SO, ami
cnoti mis in" n inline nor lis
ii n "iiiii i i" " i " in ini im iin
IIK op'tUlu XpoSlllOII
smiiis in nun a dozen mi
di-u'liiiiiniiii Im the ItllHHiiiii
I ISSi'li n plain vv here he will
urii-i r 11 jn- iLr All '
Dtrtiin- aale in I'arla "Im
Au Roaea,' by Chaplin
tl,NI franei i$sji" Hule in
pirtiiii'N reallaad a total of
K'nniii iii Mi.,, i i- sun. iv
An e.-i'i .isKeil 1 T .(
.ti. .. ....
IW-.il Mill I' H Mill, I I
Lovj i,, ii fnuaM
IC NORTHWEST NEWS
llllll U :lw . i i I
Harlll- nlliilal that North
la tn in- nad n fi'HKht ill
a narlv date
I juai about ilrrldod up -1
ii aottld ran im- uih rwon
'in til- li'iiilltlllent .
aa nmi rn .1 1 mat v ...
Mk n Mini
Ita Malvlua KaofO, a wen'
will- 01 thai plaM,
li"- .in- mi Ki,iw.:ib i
j 1 ...Hi- h Helieni.
' '-.null line tram
to conix-f 1 with Hip North
' aitalfa a dlatanw of
Ketroit, Mich.. Nov. 26. The expl,,
alnii of a holler in the etiKlne-room of
the I'enihei thy Injeetor eonipany'H
(ilant thin niornliiR eomplotely wreil,
oil the enKlne-room and burled a
inrge portion 01 the 1:111 etnnlnvoH jtl
Twenty-one were HerloijH
anil one denil wan taK n
from the dehrla up to noon. No one
It Ih believed, could be living under
the innHH of brlek nml tlmbera. Kin
ennlm'K are ploying or the Hmouhl- r
ing ruliia. while roWMtf raOCWari are
digging In the space. The mum of
the cxploHion In n nytUttf,
The entile i-KtllliliHlllnenl lib, nit IJn
peraoiiK, were nt work, of whom about
fifteen Were glrla. All the glrlK eaenn
eil Injury but one
At noon It wan oattmnwd that in
leaat twelve are killed or ntrtoualy
Injured. The property vain is pine
ed at linn nnn
A Late Report.
There la atill doubt an to the
her of dead. .Sixteen bodlea
been recovered, and twenly-tWO
ed are In the hoapltal anil tb.
eatne In during the Uy, rcglotenna
l elore the clone, when It waa I -ee.
ary for all teaehera holding '-ertifl.
eates to he recorded preaent ftKr
intcnibn' Myers had "te wort well
organized and no time vac lost m
iinunarv sklrmlsblng. :he
straight to business.
l ast .light a social rC 'Bttotl va
tendered the visitors by the city ) ach"
ers. faeulty of Whitman OofKafN and
Itlrens A large number of people
were present, ami tw 1 hours wen
pleasantly spent. -A s eta! r- islcal
program was rendered In the tu
lets of Whitman OollM Rrlf ad
dressi-s wen made by Pre Ident I'en
rose, of Whitman Prot. sor Samnsor
Of Pullman, and Profes.i r Klmn:.1 of
Seattle A full list of the Wnila
tCMbCfl in nttendanee follows-
.1 F. Myers. V. 8 Dootay, R k stR,
lord. May K Thomas. I.lnnle Murphv.
Werner Itupp F M Mnike. Kot -nov.
n .1 w shi pherd. .1. C. Rvan
0, 8 Pond. I O. Jones Kaih. tine
Melich, Flim m t Weber Mary .?
Thomas Stella Ui y, Alice WIci. Bon
nle Jean Painter. Austle Jolmaton
Mm Kversz. Mrs Josephine Preston
Mrs M K Liggett Clara A Chltten
den. Oeneva l.oirg. Rachel Hamilton
Mary Hurt Hi la Ingram. Klonlsc
Thomas, buhl Abbott. Hose l.uemger.
Laura Stafford N.-tt I.- r.albrallb. Mat
garet Wooden Kate Williams. Carrie
WtaT, Kathleen Tarbox. Planche Kell
Ing. Margaret McCausland. I.auin
Howies. Mrs. BltUbetb Marshall Car
OlItM WillianiH. Maggie Mall. Lennn
Reinbnrt R. P Smith. Mrs 1: B
Sm tbl J V Stiitcvlllc. Harrlette Vil
la Brtha 1 .at Inter. Frank Tash. Mrs
Alice Murray. Robert Rdg'itin
MaytM Hauls. (). O Hargett. S. Hoi
liiigJieail. Bflll Moulton. Nettle '".
Morrow. Inez Wllllanm. .Tosle O Hhen
Cordelia QeJtaher, steiia King liert'ia
K.ivldson. H. II. Nightingale, r.cssi,,
Ohormtay Maude Klntnley, Katn.i
Seott Snrnh Ileal Mrs. Hallli Robin
s, ii Nelll.- Ramsay. Lucretla Ootlhlln
;orcla Frazl.r. Orpha Root Win, M
lice McCaw Julin Rtarhhnrn, CeMHl
Instruetors' Second Day
TEACHERS LISTEN TO
Laet Evening Court Houae Waa
Crowded Subjecta for Today That
Were Treated Some Announce
menta of the Program to Be Given
Hut.hinson gave a brief address a
the aft Of Mon. session.
Announcements for This Evening.
This evening the program will begin
at T :m O'clock, and It will be of ii
pedal Inters! Miss May Steens. of
la Ore ode win ptay a piano aoto, anl
Miss Lois Peildes. of Weston, who
possesses a remarkable rohtltltd
voice, will sing. Mlas Ral.-v accom
pnnytaa Miss Ontbertoa i a Bam of
Weston, will gle a readlna and Or
Hnti hlnson will then give his lactate,
THE NEW VORK MARKET
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co.. Pendle
ton. Chicago Board of Trade and
New Vork Stock Exchange Brokers
New York, Nov N, The Wheat
market was eery steadx totta and the
flint net Ions wete within a nairov.
range Liverpool was ' lower. H
New York opened lower M V
and held within a quarter all dav
ckwlai si's The Modern Miller aatl
mates that there will be flftv million
MR. GEER'S LETTER
Up Matter of School
ALL HINTS AT
FRAUD AND QOI.I , HON
1 ii J u 1
numiiei- are lieiieveil to In- iii tb
ruins The Known dead are: Samin
RJley, John Prey. Michael Raafi
Thirteen are unidentified.
WITHDREW GUNP1AT P'NZON
THE PITTSBLIRO STRIKE
SIX ROADS AFFECTED FV
Tiaffic Centering at Pittsburg will Suf
Uieil still, 1
Anticipate Winninr; De
Raise of To Cents ae
Nov N The loBfl ' local
ot tin- wUchrnena1 nnlor
was declared this pjOTBlBffi PetW "'r
bun mid Tun men rjult worl: In tb 1 1
Ions yunls In tlx Plt'dbtug dln'ii,'
AbOHl two hundred PtBKOFton rlotl
lives have been mobilized In tie yards
aad aaeeral railroads have aaked to1
police proteoUaa. Very few nen are
at work 111 uny or the rtrda Six
roads are affected TI t or
business In this city and tributary
ataaaaaretal territory will l trenHn
dons. Tie- men arc eontlib n. ot pit
arly victory They duni'i ni an Ir.
crenac of two cents an bom.
Apparent the Attack is to be Mad on
the Land Side of the C tv Will be
W aHbliigtnti. Nov 2f The a
o tile I nited States In foi'hlildlBf
bombardment of "olon nntl!
time bad been given non-comba:
to leave has probably .avid that
from the threateaed b-iptisni of
1 in laet that th- Cohral Im laitboal
PlBIOfl has withdrawn from Colon Ir
accepted as an Indication that 'he nre
posed bonberdmeBt ot the e'ty nm
1 11 abandoned and ti .1 th rot 1 p
aioat foroai bare dataraUf 4 upon
BBOther plan ot attack, to lei , -he
city from the hind atda
Pinion Has Returned.
vTaahlBCtoa, Nov. 26. Coiniiiaii.li 1
MoOraa bus oabled the ttvtj depart
tiient this atternooii that tin Cnloni
blan Riiiiboat had returned to Colon.
RE MARK ABM:
ij YEARS OF AGC
READY FOR THE FIGHT.
Terry McGovern la Favorite
Young Corbett at 2 to I.
Chicago. Nov L'l! Ten McCiomi ii
is putting in BBother ta) nf hard
trataiaa for hla tigio with yovai Oai
bett on 1hunda) lie taavaa for
Hartford tomorrow Then is lUtta bet
Una but MoOovern is a favorite at
Mi to 1.
' K ham inwlnt' u
"itb railroad tlea.
llii rail rued bridge
thi Lewis river
the In, Moll! of
in itraaaj i
altern ii,.. i.,... ..r
u i-eiiain. Wash
tin uiii::n,l i ...i.i. i. .....
.ii.. w n ii ii ma
0de He Hni h(H w!t-,.
" " ' ' :i ' naar by. an!
, they i rv their
mH- Th. linntic father
Perat,- .-rr. 1 i t(.acb t
Mil Is-en ,.i, I., ,.,,.
aous. uii,i i, li. m
tj. "' " 'or luce
ai III,- MUt..l ..m
'"I, .1 I i.l' .1... Lll .
'nun co un
'III Sill, I,.
Saturday Ir .i
in the AhIoiIm
t will enal-le
ibiu ii lit i i.i.
.w eatliuaied tl..t .i
f"et of Ir.... I..
- -- niwillll down.
of 'eel in ,v, ....,
eraal...... V" ""nr.
"WIl ... n . .
i .lam v, , i'"u
""icillll. ;),ll I .
rlVei ,,A AAA. M
a&n n r urav a
' ' rooked Creek, 2 000.-
Gatberlng in Hertford.
Hartford, Nov. sc. The alt) rapid!
is tilling up with sports who come to
witness the championship batth I"
I W een Corbett uinl McGovern Col
botl will finish his training tOUorrow
A Paris Tragedy.
Purls. Nov. 2C A terrible double
tragedy occurred this morning ut one
of the busiest centers of Pari;
gentleman slopped a carriuio ,,, , u
pied bv hll wile and lover ami
the wile dead Whereupon the lover
jumped out. also to be shot dead The
husband was arrested
THE OTHER CONVENTION
WALLA WALLA TEACHERS
ENTERTAINED BY WHITMAN.
Attendance There la 110 Cit'iens As
aiatad at Reception.
Walla Walla. Nov. N S,. , in!
The first day of the nineteenth a'.nua!
inatltute of Walla Walla court teach
era closed last ntgbt with lie teach rs
in attendance, and a lively Internal
manliest on all sides At the i in
about 100 wore present, and a do en
Came Fiom a Family Noted for Long
evity Native of Vermont.
Wallu Walla. Nov. J', Special.
Tin inn, lai oi Aiexaudei ii Hiajaaa
aged eiii-. wi s held yesterday at
lor aoou froai the boaaa ot tin- aeoeaa
d mans daimbtel Mis Aliliu s
gaod atteadoii bj u huge niiineiu ot
friandi Mi lUaaiaa waa the oldaai
man in tin pit) lieiiig past years
lie was h nii in Vermont and lived in
ms Battel state until BtVBB veins ago.
when In cuinc to tliis cit) Mrs. (Ill
I, ei' Hunt ,,l this city was a daugb
ter as was Mrs Osgood Tin .1. . .-a
ill leaves a widow ol inlv ained age
Mr 1 1 1 ii ii iu ii comes Hon, Scotch par
eiitug, aim but lea aMasban at iu
faattT) liav. died BBdei '"' vara of
Conrad Barnhart Died.
Wala Wulla. Nov. 2h- Upuclal
Conrad Kariibart. who was struck un
tm Inad with a stone b) bin pelghboi
Iiiiii.. kbunaBMUaB, last Thursday
night died Bunde) night si.n the in
ipiest OVer lb' IiihI) was held yebter-
day OOTOaej Shaw eiupaiielled a
Jury win, brought III a verdict i ouer
Btiai BohunoBiaaa from Mbm as he
acted ill sell defeliBe.
Martin Lynch Injured.
Wiula Walla Nov iii Special.
Martin Lynch u piominent hmseuian
Ins ut his home in this eB) with
Mie injuries o! the beu While
driving a last horse be BBBM upon a
tew hogs in On mad Tin horse be
came frightened and ran away throw
ing Mr Lynch lo the ground Inflict
ing sen ,i,n injuries
To the capacity ol the circuit court
room people came out Monday even
ing to hear the speakers and mus:
cians who had been engaged to en
tertain and instruct the State Teach
era' association. The program was
calculated to elicit expressions of com
iiieiidatlon for the work of the pro
Succeaslvely, came the Indian dub
drill by a i laaa ol twelve gills who
had been trained b) Koy Conklln; the
addreaa of welcome by the Rev. K.
L. Forbes, president ot Pendleton
Academy, piano solo by Miss Kls,e
Barrett! response to Mr. Forbes' ad
dress, by K. K Hragg. principal of
the I'nion si hooks, a piano duet by
Misses Carrie Sheucrmau and Vesta
Lentils, the annual address ol K li
ConkltB, president ol tin association
Bad the lecture. When Are We At?'
by S V CI I Ian followed by a VOCal
solo by li. 8. Pond.
Mr. Gillan's Lecture.
Mr i. Him traced the development
of educational methods through past
periods, and thought that Jusi now
we arc near to. but not vet have at
taineil. an Ideal svstem Ills strong
est point, perhaps, was In laying up
in society, tin municipal government
and the homes part ot the responsi
blllt.V Which lllosl people seek to place
upon the teachers Me argued for
better sis lal MViroBBMnt and higher
standards by business iiieti ami those
who direct the practical affairs of life
to the end that tin voiiug people may
have bettet conditions snder which to
develop character. It was a powerful
plea ami. indeed tin entire address
was worthy a place among do- Iwat
things to which Pi iidlcton has II
Reading" S. Y. Gillan.
This morning S V Lilian took up
tin- subject of teaching reading, and
I'm tin- time organized tin teachers
into a class us though tin a en a,
tunll) in si liool and were beginning to
Ml something about the Hellenic
lungiiagc He used Qreeh Ionian c
and words and letters In Ofdot that
his demonstrntb ms might be tin- Bpnra
i omplete, and Utilised the m w word
li. J. Mockenberr) ol Ls c ramie
was beard In an ddrsse mi Lcclama
lions which was tin occnnloa lor the
giving of some valuable hints asto
the selection ol material. lb made
n ro, "I point win n In roBBBellsd that
tin- StttdeBl be given a few carefully
selected literary musl el pieces to eotn
mil ami rondel srtttsBUt attempt at si
oration, rathei than that thai learn
prenieesMuslj ansae roai beapst pm
'Use of Colors." -Miss Knox.
Miss Knox w t again la-lore Ih.
convention today, and gave a much
appreciated tH. on "Cc .,t Colots In
the BofcOOOl Room." In which slu
gs ve bints regardlai (hi aiaanar lu
which Im-si to itn-nleatc a love of art
la ih nlnd ol the uaptL smi at tin
bushels ol wheat used t
st.. i, lata w intei si.,.-!,
CI ise i esterdav. SI -Vi
I'M'ii today. Rl.
Rang, today I1t4ll4,
i "lose today. SI
St. Paul. IfiOVi.
Union Pacific 6tf4
Wheat in San Francisco
1 1 VI
San rrnnclsi o
SHE WHO KILLED AVRES
Bonme Views Blood Stained Gar
ments With Equanimity.
Washington. Nov. 2 The blondj
undershirt of Jaines Ayrcs nml a MM
togrsiih of his body wen anhlblted
at the opening nt today's session of
lbs Monlne murder trial but the grew
sonic objects had no effect an the
fair d STOnd BUl Che exhibits wore
brought out dining the teUttUMBiJ of
the morgue keepei Tip- most Seiisil
tlotial evidence ot the day was given
by George liardnet. who upled
aimrtments under Mn Hotline's t
He testified that on the morning fol
lowing vn-s death she .aim- to til as
ami said she knew more about the
tragedy than had been made public
and wanted bis advice she said
Avres had called her to bis room on
tin- pretense that he was strkj ami
attacked hot During tin- scuffle
wsa shot OerdBM advised her to
make no statement until it had da
veloped whether or not the suicide
1 1 would hold.
0REAT Q0LD DEPOSITS
SIBERIAN EL DORADO
HAS BEEN OPENFD UP.
People Flocking to It Like That of
St Pel. i slun g. Nov. N A new spa
1 " t loda.V lb si lilies S IICW Kl Loin. lo
ut Chan Chun 81b. t la The gold ,.
Iioslts. so the paM-r 804 InTSS un- sitiil
lar to those In the Klondike Thi
iimls an Rochlafl in the place
v J'-, M i h Man
a Illob lu Oconee
was a ' used
Mob Killed a
Columbia g, c
Powell Wu- ! I lied bl
ouat) rustai du) She
ol sliindcrlnu a vming g il and when
the BWti called on bet for a retiac
Hon she Brdatad tiMMB away Tin
Oh 'it'll iiiiiI the woman fell ib-mi
with a number of bullets lu lu i head
Saya the State Board Doea Not rep
or Give Information. But I oaves II
to Private Pai tue -Governo- As
serts Thst the Bnniv sa Is Open
.nvd Above Board.
Hi im. making fuitbet iclereti'e
lo the state school lieu land matter,
the Kast Orasjoatan irlnts here In full
ihe tattai which f)ot fleet has offercj
im publication i
some days ago (hers tonsured i i
I ha Last Oraaonlan an article with
promlnenl headlines announcing that
thorn were alleged to i nrtau "Ir-
regutaritlee" In the management ,f
the praaanl ad nilnlst ration of the in
delimit v school lands, followed he
next dav bv an editorial stating that
'i bulges in. made h peisona worth)
ol nredance thai what summit to It
an acre Is exacted from all who are
given (be privilege of buying the i
lands, ami that it Is virtual lobhory '
Tha artii i, rat alluded to Marti out
in an assumed vein of patriotic In
Bull1 for the publli Rood but terml
nates, as might lino- bean expect -I.
with all the nut want tonus of.au BO
tnal Indi. ttm nt aienti the n,
dlctaaent or the opportunity to mske
was tin- sole object of Hie article
Qrevloual) '.hocked at tin- revuli
lions ,ii the Kast OpSBOnlan The
Haiic-. , nronlela iodes iheni and
adds that II can at any Hun- furnish
ttovnmni fleer with the naniaa or
gantlsnea in Wasio and Sicilian
counties who have been tiosapoltas' to
SB) It and 14 :t fm the saun lauds
that the siate is authorised to sell for
i .tin- nlffs react going to nlddls
men. the ,ef of whom prcstimuhlv
as In I'i-i vi i 'm I line, an men In UM
employ of the state ,,t SaL'lii If
Qovnmm Qeer, as well as the Fast
Oreaoutaa donaa i know thane fncti
im can know taeni any tune bs smnta
in roanss then- is no polttta back
ol tins: certainly not Tim illxp
ill to pun hasera of the stall' lands of
all I im Is is matter belonging to Ihe
slate bind board fhSra are tin-.- of
us here Intrusted by the people of
Ornsjnn to attend tn thai boalnoaai ,ni
Hie eoveilior Is but one of Ihe Hires.
I he tin I Unit he Is rhairmnii ot Hie
board gives him not one iota of add
t tonal powi i over cither one of lb
oilier two members Thev can oil
rota him at any Htm n he should go
wrong in bis ntiBnds rotatlm to th
dto ii ion or ih,. public loads it
ma t be of intei est as it paefBlaly
will la- a mailt i m m , del InferBsB
Hon In MNM uuarli is lo know that
ib. praaanl aalamoi bus at all times
IHIgbl l I' ol the other mem
bwra oi ihe board In all un, stlmoi con
rarnlni tin- Binaaisiniial of Hi state
bind baalnaaa and has ni all times
recotved the shlant lapiani and re
op.i at o
of nanrsa pnhBt tisflnif , mmui ha
i tpectc.l to mil I i . . i , , . i esponni bl
rrltlc who tuukes ramlom stntatasuts
iiImiiiI whbh lo knows nothing Noll
same time to train the
correct conception of
nation of colors act oi dl
pupil to sum
lg to the I llles
TO LUBS A COLO IS ON 0SY
Tafc Lsxulivc Broia.i yuia'.u- In bleu. All
iruggian refund tbt- inourjr if u UiU lo euro
K w (Irnvn't slguature U on . i. tsix J&r.
"Phonics" Frank Rigler.
lranl Btaltr nipssintsadanl of tha
cit) s. li, Mils of Portland was tin last
on tin program before luncheon time,
and In- spoke of "Pboolea " a subjact
somewhat abstruse I,, it which was
handled ably bv Mr Itigb-i
"Drawing" Miss Knox.
At hta beainuiiig oi Hie Btternooc
session Miss Knox again took up tin
subject of drawing which she treated
yesterday and pi o ceded to give sunn
excelleut ideas as lo the drawing of
landscape and trees aad the reading of
stories accompanying them befon
"Power of the Speaker" Hawlsy.
President W C. Hawley. of Willaoi
ette I'uiverslly, apoke for an hour on
"The Power of the Speaker of thn
House of Representatives a aubjec
from which ha drew useful Inform..
Hon and valuable suggestions as to
the cbsraeter of the government and
how it la administered. Dr. Wooda
Imparls iiiiii pccuIiaHiirhituss, swcci iir-bh,
ami tlavoi BOtkMhj in Hu- titicnl t ukt , thort
cke, bisKint, rollb, cnisis, etc , wliich t-x-fx-rt
panv cook daKssUB i uiiol.i.iinal.lc
by the use of any other Icavi-nim; got
1 Pure, healthful, highest in strength.
aovM sap is,, eowotaco . wiuism .t., stay vua