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PENDLETON, VMATLLTjA COUNTY, OKEGON, MONDAV, IMAJtOH 3, 1902
IPE HAS HIS DAY
lebrates His Silver Jubilee
With Great Pomp.
IRIED HIGH IN CHAIR
INTO ST. PETER'S.
Crowd of Thousands?' When Leo
Itered, Cried In One Voice, Which
Bs a Great Shout: "Long Live
Ipe, the King."
pme, March, 3. The pope was
In rtrrlvinir nt the silver jubilee
lices this morning, but the big au-
Ice awaited his coming with pa-
"Long Live Pope, the King."
lilver trumpets sounded the ap-
lach of the pontifical procession,
st ramp the leweled cross, carried
"whltp-rlad vouths. then the relig-
Ib orders of the monks, functlonar
nmbihJRhnns. bishoDs and pre-
i;s of all grades; finally the cardl
s and his holiness entered, clad in
geous robes of white,' red and gold,
le Leo wore a triple crown and
Is carried aloft in a chair Hanked
i vavlniT nenpnek fans. The crowd
Lb silent until the pope entered and
with one voice it shouted: "Long
tho none, the klne."
Us holiness took no part in the ser"
2, which wbb conducted by the car
ats. After the service the nontiff
e his blessing, showing great emo-
and some weakness of voice.
fENTY-FOUR YtrtS A POPE.
Day is Celebrated With Grea'
Pomp and Ceremony.
tome, March 3. The pope csle-
ted the twenty-fourth anniversary
lis corronatlon, and the jubilee of
pontificate today with great sol-
lity. The service was the mos
)ressive in years. The Sistine cha-
was crowded with cardinals, binli-
P and other dignitaries ot t'-e
brch, delegates from Catnolic or
pizationB from all parts of the
pld, the Italian and foreign repr
itatives of the religious orders, .ind
luBands of lay spectators. Several
bdred Americans were among the
ng present. The bri."l?t robes
it he cardinals and the full dress
lorm of the Pontifical Noble Gunrcl
brilliant coloring to the specta
Cardinal Rampolla, as archblsh-
)f St. Peter's, ofilciated at the cel-
tion of a solemn Te Deum, assist-
by numerous cardinals bishi nt
inferior clergy. The services
linated in impressive ceremon
attending the presentation of thf
tie crown to his Holiness, The
:n is made of gold, and encrus'od
diamonds and rubies, the coat
MO ,000) having been subSTibed by
tholics throughout the world. The
mal presentation was inade by
dlnal Respighi, the popa's vl.ac
leral and president of the interna
aal committee for the jubilee S2i
hiring the course of the day .bo
e received in audience, in the
one room, the missions Pent hy
i sovereigns of Europe who pre
ited His Holiness with uncages of
citation. The grounds f the Va-
tan were crowded wlkh oilgiiins
hnighout the day. During the jubi-
services the baeilica was opej to
public and it was filed in -vcry
t. It is estimated that tl-o ciowd
ido and outside reacted a lo'.al of
less than 100,000 perso ,i
ope Leo XIII. (Vinceneo Gloac
no Peccl) was born .at Carpi neto
fy, March 2, 1810, and was S3lect
pope February 20, 1878, after the
th of Pope Pius IX., which occur
February 7, 1878. Pope Leo was
wned March 3, .1878.
Prayers for the Pope.
country today special services aro
ng held in the Catholic churches
celebration of the silver annlver-
8L Patrick's Cathedral this mornl
Archbishop Corrigan officiated in
an elaborate character. .The ser-
concluded with a public reclta
or prayers tor the pope.
An Atlantic Liner ftchirul.
i;; " o. ma cjunara
,2. Jrom New York, ' due
!"t Satlirdav has nnf vat fflv.H
"ere are so fears for her safetv.
Bmall accident to machlnerv hp.
ea her, it js said.
CASES IN SUPREME COURT.
CONGRESSMAN WHEELER OF KENTUCKY.
Botkin Case Dismissed Unlawful to
Deal in Futures Ordinance Held to
Be a Contract.
Washington, March 3. The appeal
in behalf of Cordelia Botkin. serving a
life sentence in the California peniten
tiary for murdering Mrs. John Dun
ning, was dismissed in the supreme
court today by an agreement between
counsel on both sides. It is supposed
the counsel for Mrs. Botkin will make
further efforts in the woman's behalf
in the California courts.
Cannot Deal In Futures.
The United States supreme court to
day affirmed the judgment of the su
preme court of l'linols in the case of
Alfred Booth vs. the state of Illinois.
Booth was arrested under the state
statute, making it a crime to deal in
futures on the stock market. Todny's
decision upholds the constitutionality
of the statute inquestion.
The Ordinance a Contract.
The supreme court decided today in
the case of the city of Detroit against
the Detroit Citizens Street Railway
Company, the ordinances passed by
the ctly council reducing fares from
5 tt Is coiitf to be invalid. The court
held the original ordinance making
fares 5 cents to be in the nature of a
contract, and it could not be abrogat
ed without the consent of the defendant.
St David's Day.
New York, March 3 St. David's
day will be observed today by the
WelBh Presbyterians throughout
America. St. David was the patron
saint of King Arthur. He was a son
of Xantus, prince of Cardiganshire,
and uncle of King Arthur. He adopt
ed a religious life in the Isle of
was a full attendance today at the
where he established twelve convents
in the year 677. He succeeded Arch
bishop Caerlen and in 640 sained a
decisive victory over the Saxons.
Menevia became the city of St. Dav
ids and lie became the patron faint
of the Welsh.
Chicago, March 3. The National
Wholesale Lumber Dealers' asjcia
tion will begin its annual session in
Chicago tomorrow. The meeting of
the organization will cover three
days. Many delegates are arriving
from all parts of the countrv and a
large attendance is assured. Sec
retary E. F. Berry of New Yivk is
here and today established headquar
ters at the auditorium. Credits, trade
relations, discrimination in railroad
matters and uniform selling terms
will be discussed and several other
important matters will be brought up
"The Crisis" on the Stag?.
Pittsburg, Pa., March 3. Winston
Churchill's dramatization of his
novel, "The Crisis," is to be seen for
the first time on any stage here to
night and much interest is being man
ifested in the event. It is to be pro
duced by James K. Hackett and his
company, Mr. Hackett having the
part of Stephen Brlce. Following
the Pittsburg engagement the play
is to be presented in St. Louis, where
the scene of the story Is laid.
New Iberia Street Fair.
New Iberia, La., March 3. The
Elkes' street fair for which elaborate
arrangements have been making for
.several weeks past, opened today un
der . auspicious circumstances. The
business streets are profusely deco
rated and many visitors are already
in town. During th week large del
egations of Elks are expected from
New OrleanB, Beaumont, Crowley,
Lake Charles, Houston and other
Largest Carpet Loom in WorM.
Worcester, Mass., March ii. Tin
largest carpet loom In the world is be
ing built here for shipment to Eng
land. It is of the Moquette-Axraiu-ster
type, and will weave a carpet
twelve feet wide, which is said to be
three feet wider than anything ever
before attemptd In a power loom.
The ordinary carpet loom is narrow,
one yard being considered wide, hut
with the new loom It will bo possible
to weave rugs twelve feet squ9re.
Corner Stone Laying.
Waco, Tex., March 3. The corner
stone of the Carroll addition to Bay.
lor university was laid today. The
event was accompanied by interest
ing ceremonies, addresses .being de
livered by a number of prominent
educators and Baptist divine3 from
various parts of the state.
Street Car Strike On.
Norfolk, Va., March 3. The street
.car strike situation here is becosilsg
serious. Sight companies ef jBllitis
are in the armory awaiting orders.
The above is a good likeness of the Kentucky congressman who refer
red to Prince Henry in a recent speech in congress as the "Little Dutchm
All Danger From High Water
THERE WAS ONLY ONE
LIFE LOST IN ALL.
Swollen Rivers Have Fallen Many
Feet in the Last Two Days and
Wrecks ofx Property Are Being
Cleared Up Preparatory to Resum
Paterson, N. J., March 3. Floods in
the Passaic river are rapidly receding
this morning, but it will be days be
fore normal conditions are restored.
The water is abnormally high, but
al Idanger Ib believed to be past. A1-"
ready some of the sufferers are clear
ing away the wreck left by the storm.
No further loss of life is reported,
leaving the death list as the result of
the flood at one.
Danger Is Over.
Scranton, Pa., March 3. The waters
of the Lackawanna valley have reced
ed many feet during the night and all
danger of further damage from over
flow is past.
Great Damage to Property.
Pittsburg, March 3. The weather
was very cold here this morning and
the floods in the rivers continue to
recede. It will be several days before
the normal condition is restored. The
estimate of damage to manufacturing
plants by the flood is placed at $1,250,
000. Six Persons Probably Drowned.
PasBaic, N. J., March 3. A swift
current in the Saddler river, which
separates this city from the village of
Dundee, carried away tho bridge early
this morning and bIx persons who
were standing on the structure at the
time are believed to have been drown
ed. The New England Floods.
New York, March 3. Reports were
received here this morning from the
flooded districts of New England and
the middle states, indicate that the
freshet is slowly receding. The re
ports of Iosb of life are Incomplete,
but it is believed at least a score have
perished and probably 60,000 persons
are temporarily deprived of employ,
ment. The financial loss will not fall
far short of $6,000,000.
To Sell Silk Company's Property.
Boston, Mass., March 3. This Is
the date set for the sale at auction
of the property of the Eureka Silk
Company, In accordance with the de
cree of the United States court. Tbn
company has a mill In' Cantos, Muts,
and property la New York, Boston.
Cincinnati, Chicago and East Hamp
FIRE IN NEW YORK
Explosion in Celluloid Factory
Results in Loss of Life,
SEVERAL ARE DEAD
AND NUMBER INJURED.
Men Jump From Fifth and Sixth Story
Windows and One or More Escape
Serious Injury Others Picked Up
New York, March 3. Twelve people
were injured, two fatally, and three
are missing, as the result of a Are
caused by an explosion in the cellu
loid manufactory, 212 Canal street,
this morning. Tho fire spread to four
buildings on either side and they
were almost completely destroyed.
Most of those injured was by jumping
from windows. The percons fatally
Injured, jumped from the sixth story.
Daniel Shelliard jumped from 'the fifth
story and will recover. Joseph Culley
and Richard Farrington are believed
to be in tho ruins. The property loss
The Missing Turn Up.
New York, March 3. All the miss
ing are now accounted for. Mrs. Dur-
raugo, one of the injured, is dead.
Railroad to Nehalem.
According to the first annual report
of President John McCracken, of the
Portland, Nehalem & Tillamook Rail
way Company, actual construction of
that road from Portland to the coal
and timber -fields of the Nehalem val
ley will probably be commenced with
in the coming 60 days. The company
is making arrangements for building
the railroad, and a permanent oxecu
tlve committee has been chosen for
that purpose. This committee already
has two bids for the bonds of tho cor
poration. The bids are for $18,000 per
mile for 88 miles, a total of $1,684,000.
One of the bidders stands ready to
enter at once upon construction of
the road itself. There seems no doubt
that the road will be built this year.
"Murder Will Out"
A son was born a few days ago to
the daughter of General and Mrs.
John Green, at Boise City. The mat
ter was kept quiet because the girl,
who recently returned from Europe
with her mother, was generally sup
posed to be unmarried, A short time
before the child was born she confess
ed to her parents of her secret mar
riage with Lieutenant Hiller, of the
German army. General Green Is a re
tired army officer, formerly the com
manding officer at Boise barracks.
He was very prominent In the Indian
wars of Idaho and other western
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L.- Ray A Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York, March 3. Tho wheat
market was lower today on lower ca
bles, ami the small decrease In the
visible supply which decreased 202,
000 bushels, compared with a decreaHo,
of 302,ji for tho sanio time last yoar.
Liverpool was lower, 6 &. Now
York opened 82 and closed Sl;&.
Chicago closed "filfc.
Closed Saturday, 82.
Opened todny, 82.
Range today, Sl82.
Closed today, 81.
St. Paul, 1C3V1.
Union Pacific. 0a,.
Wheat in Chicago.
Chicago, March 3. Wheat quoted
today at 7G76.
Wheat at San Francisco.
San Francisco, March 3. Wheat
quoted at $l.ll(fl$1.12.
Kentucky Miners Meet.
Owensboro, Ky., March 3. There
was a full attendance today nt t. o
opening of tho fifth annual con en
tion of the district organization of
tho United Mine Workers of America.
Tho gathering was called to or lor by
President John D. Wood. Tho ses
sions will probably continue Miiimgh
the week as many important matters
concerning the wage scale and con
ditions of labor- for the onsulng year
are to be discussed and acted upon.
Quite a lively contest has developed
for the presidency of the district or
ganization. President Wood Is a can
didate for re-election and C. B'.rnahy
and C. Norland are candidates against
HENRY III ST, LOUIS
The Prince and Party Reach
the Southern Metropelis.
The Experiment Failed.
San Francisco, March 3. Yokoha
ma advices, dated February 15, state
there were but 12 survivors living out
of 210 soldiers of the Japanese mili
tary expedition, sent out to Awomory
to test tho possibility of making long
marches in the snow. One hundred
and eight bodies were found before
the search was stopped by Btorms.
Will Try to Get a Cinch.
Tacoma, March 3. Tho White Pass
railway has begun negotiations to
purchase a dozen steamers, on the up"
per Yukon river, belonging to other
companies, with tho object of controll
ing all of the transportation to the
Klondike, except via S. Michael's.
Charles Broadway Roues Dead.
New York, March 3. CharleB
Broadway Rouss, the blind millionaire
merchant, died at his Irnno in this
city, of congestion of the lungs.
The Rebels Still Fight.
Washington, March 3. More fight
ing between tho Colombian rebels and
the government forces Is reported at
the state department.
"Natural Gas" Flow In Pendleton.
A Pendleton boy Just back from
church, remarked to his mother that
lie came near being asphyxiated whilo
at tho Borvices. "How?" his mother
asked, somewhat startled. "By natur"
al gas," wbb the youth'B roply. "How
was that?" inquired tho now Inter
ested mother. "Why, tho sermon wns
two hours long, and I nearly smoth
ered," ended tho young hopeful, and
there was a back hall pantomime as
a sequel to the recital.
EXTEND CORDIAL WELCOME.
Fully 25,000 People Met Train at Sta
tion and Gazed and Commented Up
on Emperor William's Brother St.
Louis German Veterans Presented a
Scroll to Him.
St. Louis, March 3. Prince Henry's
train arrived hero at seven minutes
ahead of schedule time this morning.
Mayor WcIIb and ex-Governor Francis
headed tho reception committee of
101 prominent citizens, which greeted
tho roynl vlHitor as he alighted from
the train. The Interior of tho union
station was profusely decorated and
the great midway and all of tho ap
proaches to the station were crowded
with people, anxious to get a glimpse
of Emperor William's brother. Th
crowd numbered about 25,000. The
prlnco and party wore escorted to tho
grand hall of tho station, where they
wore received by the German veterans
of St. Louis and Springfield, 111. A
handsome memorial scroll was pre
sented to tho prince, who addressed
the veterans In German, urging them
to be good American citizens and to
love their adopted country as they had
Given a Ride in City.
At tho close of the reception tho
prince and party entered carriages and
started on a drive through tho prin
cipal thoroughfares of tho city, de
tachments of mounted police and
4th Cavalry acted as escort. Every
where tho streets wore lined with peo
ple who cheered tho prlnco heartily.
The party alllghted nt the St. Louis
Club, whero a banquet was served.
Prince Makes an Address.
During tho course of his brief ad
dress at the St. Louis Club, tho prlnco
said: "You all know whom I repre
sent in this country, and I wish to
ttato that Germany is not wooing tho
United States, but she is ready, when
hands nro held out to her, to clasp
them across tho Atlantic. I represent
a fighting nation, but my sovereign
has endeavored since ho ascended tho
throne, to maintain pence, and this he
will continue to do."
Mayor Wells Presents Souvenir.
Mayor WellB presented tho prlnco
with a gold and silver souvenir caskeb
containing papers granting him tho
freodom of tho city. After the ban
quet, tho World's Fair site In Forest
Park was lnspocted. Tho prince and
party were than driven to the train,
which pulled out for Chicago amid
the cheers of 25,000 people.
Pool Tournament Postponed.
New York, March 3. Announce
ment is mado that the pool tourna
ment for the world's championship,
which was to havo commenced today
in Brooklyn, has been postponed one
week. The postponement was made
nocessary because the alterations be
ing mado in the hall whero the enter
tainment was to take place have not
We Have Just Received a Large
Which were bought considerably under regu
lar price. They begin as low as
59c a Pair
We also have lace, Scrim and Dotted Swiss
for Sash Curtains, y '