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DAILY EVENING EDITKI
Eastern Oregon Weather
r" ,1 ,0 uilir 'itinmiT
Tonight and Friday, threatening
with prol-ahly Know Friday.
(5c A WEEK
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSO AY, JANUARY 38, L908.
I CO AFTER THE RAILROADS
FILIPINO BOLOMEN Sl.ASI.Ei) THIS BRAVE CAPTAIN
i - .. ft. 1J. jLEgl l-I U
J J HMV xoaxM
tfor Traffic Officials Who
WANTS MORE POWER.
L yjUlif" to Enable Reach-
. Bulla Now Existina
N Minge",ent ot Traneporta
tfttcton. Jan " -The report
MMt'tn UUir today. It ur-
form"! requests for
r..j,.i.i ineislntion as will
B, fomminHi1"! power to reach
I ftll not toiicru'ii iy
It fimm,ntp vigorously on the
, 0( (trantinc rctiares in pa.cs-
dcniMinrpi' iramc omciais
lanait delM'"raf" violation of
. . . ei si .tii.hora anH
iuvrikki'nlne In order
Urtti' evidences of the trans
LIKE OUR MR. CHOATE
OVER IN ENGLAND
twne State Hiatoriana.
tIII II!.. Jan. 23 The
of the Illinois state Hlstor
1: i-an today at
iMIef l th- largest in point
ce ever held by tne aoci
riK nnt not lr organize
lud inrai blttorlcal OClttlM In
i parti of the state are repre
Snm.- ill tie tonics to hp dis
Idorln the two daya' aeaalona
folllnwtne The Freneh In
Ku lur ' Yates Service to
Huh War Oovernor; the He
of ti I o Indians in 1 1 30.
ifrem li and Their Alllea; Kas-
i Roads and Tralla; Early Re
i Method and Lender In 1 1 1 1 -
tmr ra ts in the Judicial His
Lloyds' Newspaper has a Graceful
Tribute to Him as a Diplomat and
London. Jan. S3. Ambassador
Choate, who has been absent In
America for the last two months, ar
rived In London yesterday and was
moat cordially received. It has been
rumored her thai Mt. Clem would
not retutn to the Con . of St funic
ami all tai occasion upon his
arrival to express the OBeral sails
faction that the report was In orroi .
Lloyds' newspaper. In Its Inst Issue,
comments on the return of Mr.
Choate In the following language
"No American representative has
ever apreclatetl more fully than he
the desire of Englishmen for close
and kindly relations .with their cous
ins of the other henrtsphet .-. The,
happy termination of the ivi. hi
tlons of the Nicaraguan ea
nal Is Haiti to be lamely due to Mr
Choate. and we owe him thanks for
his Intervention on more than one
occasion and his tact In a moot hint;
away difficulties that had arisen be
tween the cabinets of Washington
and St Jamea."
Old Guard's Ball.
York Ian Many dlatlii
' reDrvHcntatives of the army
tud dinlotiintlr corns are at
kc. it tie Old (iuard ball at the
liar. opera Mouse tonight to
I the Tilth anniversary ol the
organization. The srand
i inl parade take place at mid
when every guest In uniform
will take part Among the
n of the Old Guard are well
r aeiitativi met
bD nrmi: neiit in Hoeial mid
etna to) with iirllliaut
Iowa Mother' CongPe.
Des Moines. la.. Jan. 23 Members
of the Iowa Congress of Mothers are
gathered In Des Moines for their
first state convention, which will be
in seealon through the remainder of
the week For two years the work
of the congress has grown In ,
strength and influence until It was
deemed necessary to hold a state
conference and make united effort Mo
aecure much needed legislation ffr
fectlng the Interest of the home and
school. The congress proposes to
urge upon the state legiHluttite now
in session legislation on the follow
lng questions: The restriction of
child labor, compulsory education,
the Juvlnlle court, the kidnapping of
children, a better humane law and n
law lniKslng a penalty on parents 6r
guardians who wilfully surround
children with conditions which tend
to make them criminals.
. a a
MARRIED POOR SOLDIER
but got rich dowrv. Immigration Committtp Hoars
CAPT FRANK SUWUfWL'
. ,-t- - r
!Th Archduche Ellfabeth Will
Have Enough to Obviate Her Work
mg for a Living.
Vienna. Jan. 'J,! The hnnl cere
niotij In the wedding of v h Ouches
Kll.abeth was eomplet- ! this morn
lng. l'reen's from her uiatnliathet
Include a palace. tf". i annuity.
plate. Jewelry and I solid gold dinner
seivlce. all valued at half I million
I onn. Is and L"i)''o In investment
Argumtntl OH Exclusion.
SENATE RETERS MASON
RESOLUTION TO KILL IT.
Illinoisan Desired to Hav Congress
Expre Thank to the Rear Admi
ral and Give Him a Swoid of Honor.
Washington. Jan 2.1. Mason, ot
Illinois, today Introduced n resolution
In the senate presenting thanks of
congress to Schley and providing for
the gill of a sword of honor. It was
i referred to the MMBtttM BB naval
affairs in the face of Mason's protest.
Thl reference, it Is believed, will kill
Captain Frank Schoeffel. at the had of Company E. Ninth Infantry,
fell Inta an ombuicade and wa severely wounded, seven men o Mt com
pany war, killed, he and other bong wounded. The Ninth ha lost more
blocd than any in the Philippine.
apolla. Jan 23 The Indiana
Editorial Association be
to annua meeting today with a
i ua re.res. -mauve attendance
He bumni'ih cunled the ilav
Interesi '-enters chleflv In
Mat convention banquet, which
Place tonight at the Denlson
I Perihing of Tipton, will act
aaaaWa and toaats will be re
(0 OH the ffiilowlntf Miilii....fK
llhawria i, . v Oovernor Mount.
nt HsTison and President
'." "Our Prt " and "The
American Bridge for New Zealand.
London. Jan. 28. Au agitation
among the structural steel manufac
turer has been caused this week by
recciirt of a cable dispatch from Wt 1
llngion. New Zealand, saying thai the
New Zealand government has decld
ed to send to America for all future
orders for steel bridges Thl6 deds
slon. It Is understood results from
the fact that In response to a request
for bids recently made by the Man
awatu Hallway Company for the con
atruction of a steel viaduct the price
quoted by American builders was on
fourth of that demanded by the Kng
Niw Steel Rail Mill.
to" la Ian L:t -The Ohio
Work of tka National Steel
ay tt VoiuiKstown O.. which
w operating on ateel billets
M and tin Imrs for some time
"b placed on the manufacture
M rtilr Tin. noil kM .
w too a yar The change la
n advantage to the workmen
II. Ket Can,,.,.,., uhimu r.ir mak
a. Jower sehodtlle' prevailing
4flingle Busme Good
WHh 1mm VJ Tk. .kln.
. u- -UIU
Of Wank-In vt im In th..
ea4it ui , h.. attained for
er u nlK i or
'U the uiillh are idle from No
tO the flrst .f Ai.rll hut tin to
''"' there have been few ahut
, ie main at auch priOM
Bill eail hf ni,ral,.H at a
soman rv k,,rHHrf
ltork Jan M A mmmtm K
ia.a.1 mm vi
yoomanry were attacked by
ir Linriqueaprult today
w DUI1CUUDI 1
' Wit t UIU M . A
art,, " ".-u uq lour wouuu
"llln iMsi,ilUa will
r wni wm uiiv mm
n la report m1 thai
0a rm tmm
tm i m,o
Kayettevllle, Ark.. Jan. 23 The
Arkansas State Horticultural Socien
began its annual meeting here today
with an attendance of member from
every part of the atate. The feature
of the owning session were an ad
dress f welcome by Hon. R. W Bu
chanan. and the annual addreas of
the president. John P. Logan This
afternoon the profitable production
and marketing of applea In Arkansas
waa exhaustively discussed The
convention continues In si t
through the remainder of the week
Alley Owner' Association.
Huffalo. Jan 23 -The forming ot a
National Alley Owner' aaaociation
may gJ the result of a conferee,
to be held at the Geuosec Hotel
night, following the close of the big
bowling tournament Bovllaf all.o
owners and managers hnv. diaciisc i
the question of a national aaaocia
tiop for some time and now they an
nounce tliat they are ready to tttel
tboal its founding. The forming ot
the aaaociation, they say would be
ueiietlcial to the alle keeper in
Claim for Statehood Heard.
Washington Jan 'i'i. The gaMtfi
committee on territories today began
a series of hearings ou the atateho d
bills introduced in behalf of Arteona, j
New Mexico and Oklahoma. The
governors and delegations of repr. ,
sentatlve citiaene from the three I
territories are here to urge the I
clalma of their reaectlve territories
to the right to Join the sisterhood of
London Jan. 3.-Figure. made
publir this week show that the recent
proaocution and conviction of Dta Ie
Bar and her alleged huaband, coat up
warda of II 1,000 This 1 the largest
us spent on aar trial alaca the f
FORGETS WtOOINQ GlET.
He k.eaves It in a Cab .-'d Must Pty
iO Per 0l H cn Pcunda.
Londou. ii.a. 23. Lord Stavoidale.
who will n.ariy a daughtei of the
Marquis Dj I OIldfsBflarrj on Siuurday
started in & cab for his fiancee's
hon.e yesterdu.. . tnUIng w ith him r.
wedding preMi.i. in l.-uv:; the on
veyance he i' li the I ;
"Cabby" found them and torm-d tin
over to the poiloa Acioiding to po
lii luleb. Lord S:b' rdBk must ay
the fiinli t lo rr cent of their rfjlM
which will amount tt I :io,uoo.
PLANNLD TO ATTACK
Firt tc Co Agamt Colon. Then Take
Panan.a if Colon Fell.
New i oik. Jan l' Some deu.ls
of the contemplated move of the revo
lutionlati against Colon were given
this mo-nlng in a dispatch received
here by the head ol the liberal Junta
General lit rrera. so the dispatch
uays. is at I'aralsu a ait lng reinforce
m.nts. When thesi come he will
attack Colon Panama at preaeot It
Is not to be attacked, the revolution
ists being content with keeping the
muwrnnient troops tlo-te on the i,.
ti-iisive. Tin rupture of Colon Will
prevent tin- bending of government
reintorcements to Panama and that
place the revolutionists figure will
tall into their hands If the operat DM
at Colon be successful
Wi Mam Strcther. Colored. Attend
ant. Arreted for the Crime.
Si I oiiis Jan 2 - A. Dean Coop
m . . j a 1 'lilies a millionaire, was
'iiu.'ileroiisly assaulted early tbla
t.iornlng In a fashionable Turkish
bath establishment. He died a few
later. William St colliers, col
trad, his bath attendant, la under ar
rest. Twent? five hundred dollars
a mii. ol diamonds worn by Cooper,
md -ii lilood-stalneil hammer with
will' ll Cooper w.'is beaten over the
tltjgd, were found hidden In the cellar.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co.. Pend!
ton. Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokara.
i B) York. Jan. 23 -The wheat
market was inclined to be weak this
t..,.rt.inr in Mvinnatln with corn.
which was off r cents at one time and I
wheat lost a cent but both markets
iirmed up baton the close Uvorpool
, Iohi-iI .' S' Vot I .." IU'd and .
closed MS Chicago opened Ti'UC'l
and closed T'.Off1 Slocks high
er. Money 4 per cent
Closed yesterday. Hf.
Opened today. MV
Range today M'nKl
Closed today. M.
St Paul Hi3
Palon l'a itlc mt 1 1
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Jan :.M Wlo-al 7!C
Wheat in San Franciaco.
San Francisco, Jan 23 Wheal
!.! .loiin s la Jan 21 The Iowa
'tii:e Veteiinar) Association la In
.-essloti Ht th Savoy Hotel today
with a score or more of the most
im iiinent members of the profeaslon
in att ndance. The principal matter
under discussion relate to the pro
IHised legislation i" prevent iinhcena
ed and Incompetent veterlnarlana
Imni practicing in Iowa The atate
association strongly advicatea the
measure and hopes to secure Its pas
sage at the present session of the
Washington. Jan. S3. The preal
dunt sent the following California
p..stofn e nominal Ion to the senate
today II 0. Me. Arroyo Grande.
Manns Isaacs Aetna Mill.
Storm in California.
San Franciaco Jan 23. Storm Mg
nala were hoisted from Kureka to
Port Harford At noon It was laming
as far smith as San Jose and Sacra
mento Oeneral storms are predicted
for the entire atate
Will Protect Americans.
Washington. Jan 23 S.ihi.uv
I 1'i.g today ordered the gunboat Murl
etta to Colon for the purpose of pro
tooting American Uvea and property
The Marietta now la al Culebra.
Island of Porto Hlco
EAST EH N OPPOSITION
TO MEASURE MANIFEST.
Foster. Former Cabinet Member, Ar
gues Against It Oregon Senator
Attarks Foster' Position That M
Washington. Jan. 2.1 Fa Seen tary
ui St.iti Foster made a plea for r
lection "l the Chinese (inclusion hllbl
introduced In congress before th
senate comtiilltee on Immigration t
day. BeaatOI John .1 II MltcheO.
for (he I'm lie Coast bill, particularly
attaeaaxl Pootor'a claiming it was is
plain violation of our treaty wltk
China Foster contended that any
law passed by congress which coa
I limes the exclusion of the Chinese
laborers beyond I'.'ot would not only
be without International authority,
but In violation of treaty stipule
MITCHCLL AND WILSON
WILL BE REELECTED
Mine Worker Adopted Committee
Report Without Debate, wmcai
Mean Victory for Old Officer.
Indianapolis Jan 23 The charge
against President Mitchell Secretary
Wilson Md the e" otlt (maid of th
United aline Wofhora a era refahllal
d this I'loi ulng b -ui iiiuiioiin vole
ol the Investigating committee Tba
oogyeatlon adopted tin report with
out deb, iii This im .in re elect loa
0l the old ..III. . i
OFFERED FOR BOERS.
Clark, of Missouri. Wish Conyre
to Declare in Favor of the Soutk
Wgtahlngton Jan 23 Clark demay
cral. of Missouri, today lilt lodlii ed a
lollil resolution in I lie house declar
ing that the people of the I i, Med
States f e strong etiupalhy with the
people ol tin South African republic
and Orange Free State that they are
pained at the reports of the preneiat
suffering of those Christian people
ami unite in the hope that Oils dee
laratlou which the house ami senaa
feel It their tt ii t y to make, will be fa
vorahl) considered by Great llrltaia
Th Bill Signed.
Washington Ian 33. PretdS
Itoose vi It today signed the bill grail
lng the rraiiklng privileges to Mr.
M ' Kliiley
A gill in Vim i lilicn Ind dyurag
tnm l be effeiln of a high kb k She
fell backwards and hit her spine u
HENRY WILL GIVE JEWELS.
German Prince Order Coatly Bau
ble for the Journey.
Berlin. Jan 23 The crown Jeweler
1 ordered by Prince Henry to pre
i.orf a niimler of rohtly presenta in
eluding a diamond studded cigarette,
ase diamond sarf pins locbatl
cuff links, which he will present to ,
persons he will especially otue iu
niniii-i with in the Fulled States
Miss Roosevelt n is believed, will re
ceive the Jeweled bfBflOlPl and the
president a hunting gun.
Itinerary of the Tour Arranged
Washington Jan fj The commit
tee of arrangements derided today
subject u PrlBOO Henry s approval
that th.' pNnce shall leave here so as
to be In Cincinnati on March 1 The
arrangement then la for the priuce
to visit Chsttanooga and the battle
Held of Cull kamagua going thence
to bl Ixiula. Chicago and eaatward
Mining Activity in Montana.
Helena. Jan. 13 The year Juat j
clewed has been one of extraordinary 1
Mtttrlt) In the mining regions of Mon
tana A large iwhof of new mining
TOcrtics have hern slarttd. besldr'S
tlie iiilarged operations of old prop
OftlM sod the n ipenlng of abandon
ed mines as a result of the cyanide
and unproved methods of concentre
tion. At least 3" new properties have
been started within the past It
months This included besides new
copper properties gold silver nd
lead ml nee
O'Neil v. Smith.
Portland Jan 23 "Mystenoua"
Hilly Smith and Al Nell of Kan Krau
ciseo wbo are to meet In a twenty
round Ixiut before the Pastime ' lull
tonight, have finished their work of
preparation and are ready for the
contest Both men have atrong fol
lowltal ou the Pacific i oast and keen
interest is aroused In the match
Notable Poultry Show.
Charleaton, 8. C. Jan 23.-The
moat notable poultry show ever held
In this part of the country opened at
the exposition today under the aus
afc a of the American Poultry Aaaocl
ation The exhibition embrace a be
wildering variety of prlxe wlnnnlng
chickens turkeys, geeae, ducba, pig
.-one. rabbit and other form of poul
try and pet etock
To Fight at Harnburg.
Harlaburg Pa Jan 23 Jack Hen
of thl city and Joe Hanrabeo or
lancaater have completed their
training and are in readiness for th
fight here tonight They are ached
tiled to go alx rounds at catch
Next to John Wanamaker, of Phil
adelphia Mr Peavey, the recently
deceased elevator man of Chicago,
j carried th largeet life Insurance la
this country He took out a policy
for tL 000.000 In the mutual llf of
New York only two yeara mo Md
i had paid two premiums on It amouat
'lng to IV 780 He bad beeidee ebowt
a .aire or a aoiinoe
Makes delicious hot biscuit,
griddle cakes, rolls,
oval i m soweea oo , tee wttuaai t ni oea.