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Tonight, fair, warmer; frost
Sunday, fair, warmer.
. gENTOETQy, UMATILLA COUNTY, OBEGCKNT, SATURDAY, MAHCH 29, 1902.
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IB ID BOOT
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. Li Riy l Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Broker.
New York, March 29.- There were
no foreign markets today on account
n !Jnt Pnmnlipq With of the Easter holidays, which Extend
President OOmpiieS Willi oyer until Tuesday. The Eastern mar
kets were firmer. New York onened
L Dnmioct nf thP HoUSe. at 78 and closed 78. Chicago open,-
he Request ot xn nuuDo. ed al 71 and cIosed 7114 . 0TQ
was higher at Chicago, closing
59, compared with 59 Thursday.
Closed Thursday, 77:7
Opened today, 77. .
Range today, 7778.
Closed today, 78.
Les proposition was!
era! Miles' Comment on Roosevelt
id Root Veto of His Proposition
' Sharp and Pointed and Secretary
Great Interest in the Action of the
Chicagd, March 29. Politicians of
aot's Reply Is Not Without Pith both parties are awaiting with keen
. interest news of the nroceedincs of
(id Sting. the -democratic state central commlt-
Pashington, March 29 President tee in session today. The purpose of
i .. . 1 1 .1 .t . 1. il, f trip mooflncv lo ri tnmi. n - 1 1 .1..
Isevelt tOCiaj cuuiJiieu wiiu Liiu I -"""b a i. wouc a ail lur me
blution passed by the house, re- state convention, But lnteiest in this
stfnir thn corresnondence relating feature of the gathering i lost siRht
IGeneral Miles' recent proposition of 1 the general expectation that the
bringing about peace in the Phil- meeting will Drlng to the surface an-
llnes. The correspondence is ac- ouier lacuonai ciasn oetwen the. op?
npanled by a brief message, ' in posing forces in the ,fac:inal -fight
lien the president states that he in- ln ook county. The .faction in the
Ides certain additional memoranda, state committee led b Chairman
Bed, by General "Miles, since the Jonn . Hopkins hed declared Its in-
bsage of the resolution, together tention .or supmittlng to the commit-
h the action taken thereon. tee a call for the forthcMning Cook
Hies' nronosition is to take retire- county primaries and ashing that it
Ltative Cubans and Porto Ricans to be issued. This will cairy with it
Philippines with him to convince tne naming of judges and clerks and
THE DEMOCRATS IN CONVENTION
Q ' '
Enthusiustic Gathering' of the Faithful From All Parts of
. Umatilla County.
THERE WAS VERY LITTLE CONTENTION
FOR THE MANY DIFFERENT OFFICES.
The Greater Number of the Nominations by Acclamation Slight Contest
Over the Recordershlp AY. M.-Blakley and E. A. Reser for Represen
tative Dr. C. J. Smith for State Senator T. D. Taylor for Sheriff
C. W. Marsh for Recorder.
State Senator Dr. C. J. Smith, of
Representatives W. M. Blaklcy, of
Pendleton, and E. A. Rcner, of Cottcn-
Sheriff T. D .Taylor, of Athen.i.
Clerk W. D. Chamberlain, of Athe
na. Recorder C. W. Marsh, of Weston.
Treasurer W. D. Hansford, of
Assessor C. P. Strain, of Milton.
Commissioner James Nelson, of
Surveyor James A. Howard, of
Coroner Dr. T. M. Henderson, of
natives of the benefits of United consequent control of the primary
Ites control and to send back rep- machinery. In this mannei the fight Pendleton
tentative Filininos to Washlncton oetween tne Tlldenites and the Burke
Btudv the covernmental conditions Harrison supporters doubtless will The democratic county convention
le. The nronosition was dlsauurov- De drawn into the couits. Some, assembled this morning and it was
Ibv Secretary Root on the eround compromise may be effected, but the not long before it was apparent that
It it was "p2culiar and sensational" Harrison men consider they hold the 11 was going to he a very Interesting,
that General Chaffee was carrv- whip hand, feeling confident of a le- ousmess-iikd, harmonious assemblage.
out operations in the PhiliDiiines eal decision on the point at issue A feature that evinced the general in-
satisfactory manner. President which would support their contention merest mat tne county democracy feel,
bsevelt coincided with Secretary that the state committer is - vested was that, out of 154 delegates report
bt and Miles was turned down. with the power to issue the county ed Dy the committee, there were only
eneral Miles, in replying to the call. The effect of such, a court find- aDout iu proxies, a thing unique in
of President Roosevelt and Sec- mg would be equally- binding upon. lfle nistory or Umatilla county con
kry Root, frankly announces his the republicans. ventions. The delegates elected were
Intion of visiting the Philippines in . present in person, ana" took deep in
l near future whether or .no, where, A SALEM GIRL SAVED. terest in tne proceedings. There was
tte says: "I shall devote my atten- a general reeling tuat tne ticket put
to the condition and require- She Took Poison Because She Was In UD 18 oestinea to meet with favor and
Its of the troops in that division Love ' De enthusiastically received by the
same as I have in respect to the Rn,m aroh ooiM.cc vote": was a convention in which
(r portions of the army." In addi- "r'nc " J,7 V . "r f9a . eeunK Prevailed and everyone
Morrison, of Adams; W. W. Whit-
of Echo; J. E. Cherry, of
On Order of Business.
F. M. Mansfield moved a commit
tee of five on order of business and
these were named: F. M. Mansfield,
of Athena; T. J. Tweedy, of Pendle
ton; D. B. Watson, of Pendleton; H.
J. Taylor, of Fulton; W. Atkinson, of
Colonel Boyd moved a commilttee
of seven on resolutions, and the com
mittee was thus constituted: E. D
Boyd, of Pendleton; H. J. Stillman,
of Pendleton; V. H. Chastain, of Mil
ton; J. T. Lleuallen, of. Adams; M.
Toner, of Cottonwood; J. B. Saylor,
of Echo; Chas. A. Chapman, of Mo
Nominating State Delegates.
Judge Hartman moved an adjourn
intent, to give the committees time to
deliberate and prepare reports. J,
T. Tjieuallen seconded it. Col. Boyd
asked the Indulgence of the chair be
fore the undebatable Question was
put, and suggested that state dele
gates be nominated at that time.
Some remarks were made by Secre
tary Haley, J. T. Lleuallen, H. J.
Taylor, after Judge Hartman had,
with his second's consent, withdrawn
his motion. The question being put
to the convention, it was ordered that
yu.t.uua ui me army. m aaai- way aEed 16 and Btlji j short frocks fV. , " "J'"" to tne convention, it was ordered that
he expresses reeret, that thn RPf.. ?L-1' ageai7. a hiB say who wanted to. Confl- , etta ,inno i, miH
,y of war should be "under the SiTrfB0 taSI denCe, ,n """S VlCt,ry WSS Ht time to T select a deSion o
ession that a proposition prompt- tVn?5.. DSSJe .fc. H?S5Le P? 0n every elde- twelve to attend thfi Rtat convention
In the Interests of humanitv
Id be regarded as snectacular and
Root's Reply to Miles.
cretary Root's comment on this
icausuc arraignment of Miles' at
with her hest fpiinw Arthur Mwtn. I v v z, ' " . . twelve to attend tne state convention
humanity, Lon The elrl's life was saved bv 3 ,cnalrman' TB on APr 10i-
tcular and A..l,rfi Vi ff.-Si bZ wellnigh ideal, experienced in parlia- Nominations then Pam thlrfc md
111 "Mmentary practice, knowing personally faB, the 1Ist bclnc as fn,lowR;-whT;h
every man in the convention, and ab- Was printed during the noon hour,
solutelv fair in all rulincs. h was nnt Lj ji.i.i .....-j iu..
bomiers Big Athletic Meet. to be improved on as a presiding ofil- L.oioi t u t .,,
Chicago, March 29. What promises cer.
and T. J. Tweedy, twelve names to
lc rfnl ti, , . . .
nuu:,lJmfl yea.r: we plates to be one of the biggest Western ath- The secretaries were also especial- r,r.; , '
MHrXSZL !etlc.mes .oI Jh. season wl be held ly efficient, and worked hard to expe-Leassembled. " "
' "e WMmZZZm VrirE fl ASJ:rnhB suggestion was made by W. F.
IV n r,rr, . ... . i .uun ax. ild oiiuuij IUU1KUI. A lie 1 wu.ouuuu nao uuuci UUIIKU.- I Mnflnnlr and nHnrca1 , Vi r
iwTZ; 18 lZ ZTJ & wl. be ,the a-al open tions to District Judge Ellis for the a wT mTpi Ihat any who
s in China nn,, """neap track and neid meet or the use or tne court room, wnicn ne ac- had been nominated have the nrlvl-
HiiUi 1,11(11 . IIIII1HI' I IIMKH I x..Zi.f m 1 m i m . . I J 1. ..II I " ' '
stances. MeklnW Xr fr'fT"' iae mature ortne meet wxWu nuiiy. lege of withdrawing their names from
rlze the sending of Miles cithnr , Ti u oa"auon reiay WMen tne eavC Dropped. the list, by notifying the secretary,
e Philippines or to China He c & handsome prlze CUP Colonel James H. Raley, county Such old wheelhorses as Raley, Mat
"In the interests nf P-nnd dto. 0D-erea- chairman, called the convention to or ,ock. Pierce, Lleuallen, McBride,
pe and effective service General . , 77". '. ' der shortly after 10 o'clock. The Hailey asked in open convention to
b aa.. ' i r mrT f ir iinnvoiMW imiir - i t , . . . . . it,x.. 11
i-uurse must be regretted." -b". r,u, 0, circuit court room nad Deen a busy nave taeir names witnarawn, anu
. . ' . London, March 29. The loinr talk scene of wire-nullinsr and whisnered as each one arose to do so. loud
ercollegiate Fencing Tournev ed of Installatlon of electric lights consultations in the corners, while the calls, of "Sit down!" "Don't listen to
w York Mnrnh oo-r, in in est. i-aurs is completed, and wor- great mass of the delegates roamed mm;" "Maice mm go!" were heard
Isunerh ott.ii.ui1 ".,.... wl" shippers tonight are to see the illu- about the hall with nothing to do but irom 1&9 throats, and this together
11 the gymnasinm f Vt. m 4 mination for the first time. Though wait. It was a representative body of with other Incidents, showed the ex-
Athetotic Plnh t t i f ? a" 01 tne Btandards have not been men, selected from the farming, busl- cenent spirit and yet entnusasm or
teams of t , t ? 'J?en 'fe flMd- the cholr wl o seen in a ness and professional citizens of the thegatherlng. The state delegation
Academy r i. A , Z, ul Bm. it is esumated that the county. XNOticeaDie among the Ids uoimuavjona were:
Njlvania Harvard v.i .Tt B change from gas to electricity, delegates, were a number of young W. F. Matlock, of Pendleton; A. D.
fd States Mllltn i7 tnrougn tne girt or J. Flerpont Mor- men, new blood come Into the jcounty sunman, oi renoieton; joo jn. hcou,
her for the lntoriiT i v. san mn cost not Iess 1han t50,000. democracy to learn the science of pol- or Athena; it. M. rowers, or vveston;
thlr. ti . .-.vviivjiuvD uunur
Ln , I8.t0 be the biggest tour-
f. UU,0K1 ever given in this
r ine evnnt inof ,.no.. v.
Athena, South, four delegates Sam
Purdy, Clark Walters, Frank Mans
field, Jerry Stone.
Bingham Spings, two delegates
R. C. Hagor, by L. W. Reed, proxy;
L. W. Reed.
Cottonwood, three delegates E, A.
Reser. Samuel DrunVheller, by E. A.
Reser, proxy; M. Tonor.
Echo, five delegates A. J. Dillon,
Elmer Spike, W. W. Whltworth, W.
H. Boyd, J. B. Saylor.
Encampment five delegates L. S.
Osborn, E. Bryson, G. D. Hllyard, J.
W. Bellew, W. Forster.
Fulton, four delegates H. J. Tay
lor, J. Hudeman, J. W; McCormach,
Jr., Henry Fanning, by J. S. McLeod,
Gllliland, two . delegates Charles
Hudson. Geo. D. Peebler.
Helix, four delegates H. B. Rich
mond, J. A. scott, by William Scott,
proxy; William Alspach, J. P. Mc
Eachern. bv Wllllnm Srntt nrnvv
Houge, two delegates M. L. Fix,
Albert ..Cargill. -Juniper,
four deleEates Fred Gor
don, A. Lansen, Peter Nelson, M. L.
McKay, five delegates J. H. Raley,
ueo, Jones, c. A. Chapman, R. H.
Patton, Geo. Goldsby.
North Milton, soven delegates W.
A. Clark, G. W. Harton, C. C. Watson,
W. J. Chastain. Joseph Hoon. J. C.
Crimmlns, William Burgess.
Milton, South, ten dolegates iWII
liam Dorothy, V. H. Chastain, N. J.
Shaffer, by. V. H. Chastain, proxy;
Mont Harrington, by C. P. Strain,
proxy; B. F. Winn. A. E. Trover. E. B.
Smith, J. L. Hayes, C. P. Strain, John
Mountain, four delegates W. H.
Gould, W. P. Leach, M. E. Roach.
F. J. Brodefleld.
Pendleton, seven delegates Peter
West. William Baker, Wm Atkinson,
W. C. McFarland, Thomas Means,
Henry Shockey, C. W. Lofler.
Pendleton, North, nine delegates
W. F. Matlock, E. J. Murphy, J. W.
Moloney, G. A. Hartman, A. W. Nye,
W. H. Jones, by J. M Bentley, proxy;
C. F. Kennedy, Phil McBrian, Jerry
Pendleton, East, ton delegates E.
D. Boyd, D. B. Watson, H. J. Still
man. A. C. Haley, William Hilton,
W. B. Hale, Geo. O'Danlel, Thomas
Campbell, M. A. Rader.
Pendleton. South, navan drtWntnn
Lute Rothrock, James Lalng, Mon
roe Jarvis, Ed. Kirkpatrick, Kit
nays, uus mangier, Geo. Berry.
T BY II BOY
Alvin Wade, Aged 16, Shoots ?
William Harris, Aged 70.
THE MAN THREATENED
(Concluded on page 8.)
THE LIFE OF THE BOY.
'The Boy Shot Harris Three Tlmea,
and Harris Says He Did Not Shoot
at the Boy at All, But the Boy Saya
Harris Shot at Him Three Time. "
William Harris is lying in tho Sis
tors' hospital In thto city with three
bullet holes in his body and Umba;
and Alvin Wade is In tho county Jail
ns tho result of a 'little Bhootlng
scrape that occurred six miles 'west
of Pilot Rock, about 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon. Harris is an old man,
nearly 70 years of age, and has made
his homo in the Pilot Rock- rnnntrir
for the last 12 years. Ho is said to
be a very hot-blooded old cnntlnmnn
and gets angry Very easily.
wade is a boy. bolnir onlv 1C vonr.
of ago, and looks younger than thaL
rue parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Wade, live one mile south of tho big
bend in McKay creek. Ho was hord
ing Bheep for K. G. and A. Warner,
near tho homo of Mr. Harrln. hut riv
It was on government land which had
ueen laKen up Bomo tlmo ago by a
man nnmod Mclntyre, but thrown up.
There was no eye-witnesses, except
two brothers of young Wade, and tho
story as told by the boy, when seen
in jail this morning, is as follows:
"I was herding sheop about a quar
ter of a mile from whore Mr. Harris
llvnll nnd hnd mn.ln It n hnl.U nf ..I..
, ...... ... i. tjttisib J I gulUg
down to the house when I got thirsty
to get a drmu. Last Tuesday I got
MV TTnrrla 11, f it. i
....,(, ivj tuun unci iiiu oiiuuy lor
mo a few hours whilo I went homo,
and I told him that I would hrlnc Mm
down a piece of mutton on dnv thi
week. Friday I nnd my brother wont
down to tho house about 3 o'clock-
in tho afternoon to irnt Rnmn wn for
(Concluded on page 5.)
hies and take the burden of nartv C W. Skelton, of Pilot Rock; James
Society of American Artists. conduct from! the men who have Laing, of Pendleton; C. A. Chapman,
New York. March 29. Thn tAn. grown gray in the service. of McKay ; T. A. Lleuallen, of
I caiw icr . " 'V" tv-fourth annual exhibition nf tho The main contest in wh ch the dele- Adams; u. u. watson, or t'endieton;
Cornell, Harvard nnVi piSt7iP Society of American Artists opened sates and workers were engaged was B. D. Boyd, of Pendleton; John
est in m,0 ?a .olumD?a' today and will continun till Mav 4. between Charles Marsh and W. H. Heathman, of Pendleton; M. Toner,
led eronti.. Arr -c" The exhibition this vear. rontft"tnB n Fowler, for the recordershin. That or uottonwood; James Nelson, of
Uvlvnnin ' J J;: . ir7 01 aIe nniiBimi niimhor nf nrtiHnoi o had earned no little discussion, on Vinson; C. H. Carter, of Pendleton:
U West irOint. I l. , .. t . . inniin nf nnm.1n.Un nf l.nI. n Wm A tllnoVin nf Mannheim. William
Iituiiuue wurno uy American painterB I 4iuijuc4vjr ui uuiu linu i -v...mwm, ... , ....mma
and sculptors. A new prize of $500 dldateo. Forrester, of Helix; William Hilton,
oe. Marni, oo rp. has been instituted by Andrew Car- Colonel Raley opened the conven- or Pendleton; A. J. Dillon, of Echo.
i - . .. - Ine POPe totlav I i. j , j... I tlnn wlfh nnn aantannn nn, nollnn fn I Aftpr ndtniirnmont W V Mntlnnlf
(u tt letter tn thn ,., i n tu u" nwui ucu lur uie moax, - "" ..nwuv, nu w -"--
' which is LH wnole Catholic meritorious oil painting in the exhi- nominations for temporary chairman, who had been named and had declin
estament ji a'most his bItion by an American artist, por- Jerry Stone proposed Colonel Raley, ed, consented to allow his namo to
ume of tho tTio' . "i"3"" ' traits only excepted. putting tne question to a vote, after go on tne list.
Iciiti ",W'U1 "ie modern which Colonel Ralev thanked the eon
, -.mil 1 1 1 ... riii li , I -
imii- .. V"D iuuuc cnurcn.
Credentials Committee's Report.
ness then set! T forth the nS ,ndlana Famil,e8 Goln3 to cn' ve?,Un brlefly- and called for nmI- The report of tho credentials com
seated fnr .n .?rin th.e Psl Richmond. Ind.. March 29. Thin I nation for temporary secretary. ,,,, WflB.
! i.:.."' frawn. He COn-l ..'-.., . " " Co one Bovd nnmfid A. n Wnlpv ------ ' ... . . . .. .
.urce and socialism nnd "muu3.r..wl" w,l"Bfl u"e an exoous . - . '." .. :; ' ' I vve. your committee on creaenuais,
o necessltv of rniipTnna Pr ram,lles Irom tnls vicinity td Can- ""X "' VU"T. ' C. aavo examined the returns from all
y 0t relIons t0 ada, where they will seek homes in raIttee' He wa,s elected. The chair procjncta Bubmltted, nnd find that
the northwest territory of tho domin- ywiu iu 00'JlttUlB delegates are entitled to seats Jn the
Ion. One party of one hundred haB " "" i convention as ollows;
hnon mnAa .in tn ! nov nnntl. Atnena, SOn 01 W. H. SCOtt, Of MO- A1ama fln dnlairfltea T Til f.hor.
eneQ strike of thJ. Most of thise going from tills section ' t m ry Robert, Morrison, William Hold-
WorVn.;" f rta0 thousands Of wni BOttI in thn RnBVachnwnn rvr J- D' BrOWn and D. Turner Were aj W,nam EaBtman. J. T. Llenal.
vision V on r.or the present, valley pointed sergeants-at-arms. to arrange en '
Rat a Cnn?n"r"r? . ta,s ine Beai8 m lDe mention nan. Alba thre0 deiegates-James Llnd-
Fents, the cTti7no tlie The Southern 'Athletic, Club, at " Credentials Committee. say, W. M". Howard, Fred Clark.
Presentattvn iv!,. cnm.mUtee, Louisville, Ky., anonunces that It has J. W. Maloney. a deleeate. moved Athena. North, eight delegates
,mmltteo nromuJ it a watched Tommy Ryan and Jack the naming of a committee of five on William McBride, G. C. Osborn, by
FIr Power to secure thn t rU O'Brien for a contest at Iouisvllle, credentials, and' the chair chose N. H. Pinkerton, proxy; N. H. PJnk-
""Koa for bv tho l.i W6rDy '8M. way 3, for .the middle- these: J. W. Maloney, of Pendleton Morton, oe w. ocott, H, Booher, Link
" WOrKera. I .i.jui i., - nnn tt in.Ljt.l r I n T- ttiii
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