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J 5c A WEEK.
PEXDLETCXN", UMATTLIiA COUNTY, OREGON, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1902.
S I0W SERENE
ngat Paterson, N. J., Has
ed Down and No .More
ouble is Expected,
led That Without Leaders the
kers Will soon uuiet uown
an Anarchist Meeting Held Last
lit the Government was con-
fcrson, N. J., June iy. -rue
of Wednesday's bloody out-
and riot of the silk dyers' help-
which nearly a score of peo-
tere shot or otherwise Injured,
let this morning.
irehist leaders McQueen and
no, who incited the outbreak,
disappeared and the strikers,
hit a leader, are now expected
ako no further hostile demon-
the mills resumed operations
morning, but were short-handed,
of violence hooping many work
way. The mills are guarded by
111 deputies and police.
plash between a body o strikers
police occurred about 9 o'clock
peveral broken heads are roll.
Is learned today that a. meeting
archista was held last night at
resolutions were passed " con
ing the ponce, government anu.
There wore cries of "Kill the
and hum the mills:".
mayor suBponded Chief of Po-
Jraul today. He said the chief
American Propositions Regarding
Friars' Lands Are Approved.
Rome, June 19. After considering
the report of the committee of cardi
nals appointed to treat with United
States Commissioner 'raft, the pope
has accepted the entire American
proposition with regard to the Phil
ippines, only desiring a minor change
MAY BE BIG STRIKE.
St Paul Street Car Men May All Go
St. Paul, June 19. A general strike
of street car men Is threatened Tiero.
The men have demanded the rein
statement of a number of fellow
workers who were discharged for agl
tatlng the organization of a union.
If the demand Is refused all the
employes of the traction company
will go out.
King Stayed Home.
Windsor, June 19. The queen and
royal family rode to Ascot today. The
king, however, remained at home.
A LACK OF LEADERSHIP
WAS ALL THAT SAVED
WILLIAM EDSON'S LIFE.
All Night a Mob Clambored for His
Life, But as It Had No Leader,
Nothing Came of the Demonstra
Vihcennes, Ind., June 19. Lack of
leadership was all that saved Wil
Hum Edson from lynching this morn
It was 5 o'clock when the mob that
had surrounded the jail all nigbt dis
persed. They had two street car
rails with which they intended to
batter down the doors. The local
militia is now guarding Edson.
CONVICTS HELD IIP
and Merrill Do Some More Bold Work Near Salmon
Portland, June 19. The convicts . airaid that they would be caught. I
were again seen this 'morning, ap I don't think either of them was
parently headed up Salmon creek wounded, but they looked very tired
Sheriff Martin and posse Immediately j and woro nil scratched up from go-
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ing luruusu uiu union.
Immeaiately upon receipt of the
nmva sheriff Marsh 'nhoned to Guard
Carson, at Woodland, telling him to
rush his bloodhounds to tno sceno oi
action, and also sent word to Sheriff
Huntington, of Cowlitz county, who
is guarding the fords of the Lewis
river above and below Lnconter, to
increase the vigilance of his men.
Then, gathering . together a few
trusty men, Sheriff Marsh started out
nosthaste on tho new trail.
The convicts are now nt a point
about four miles north of Salmon
creek brldce. tho sceno of their bat
tle of Monday night, when they near
ly killed Blcsecker and latany wound
ed his horse.
took the trail.
Farmer Torgleson, living near Sal
mon, reportsNthat he was compelled
to give them their breakfast at 9
o'clock. A son of the farmer came
on his wheel to Vancouver and re
ported the facts.
In an interview the farmer's boy
"Just as soon- as they had break
fast they started again into the brush
of the forest, looking carefully around
to see that no one was near who had
guns. As soon as they had disappear
ed, I jumped on my bicycle and rode
for Vancouver as fast as I could to
give the news to Sheriff Marsh.
"While eating they kept a close
watch all around and seemed to be
NEW YoRK market.
Reported by I. L. Ray A. Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York. Juno ID.--There was a
strmiiTpr tnno in tlin whoftt market to
day and prices gained over a cent
Tbo unfavorable wcatnor conditions.
Imtli on Hits shin nnil nhrnlil, were
the dominating lufluenco In tho mar
ket. Liverpool closed Vti Higher,
511. New York opened 70 "d and
Closed yesterday, 70.
Opened today, 70.
.Hango today, 70Td77i.
Closed today, 77. t
Sugar, 120 Vi.
St. Paul, 172.
Union Pacific, 105 Vi.
Wheat in Portland.
Portland, Juno 19. Wheat Walla
Walla, 0C(S07H-; Tacoma, GIVad?
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, Juno 19. Wheat
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Juno 19. Wheat 72 V
WILL CALL EXTRA SESSION
GOVERNOR GEER HAS AN-
NOUNCED THIS INTENTION.
What Will Be Dono at Eng
land's Great Monarchial
Show Next Week,
PROGRAM FOR CORONATION
WEEK AS NOW ARRANGED.
CRATER LAKE- IS BOILING MANY SHEEP WERE SHIPPED
NEWS OF ATHENA.
and Frost Monday and Monday
(ht Did No Great Damage to
ps Captain Ziegler's Letter,
ena, June 18. Mrs. A. M. Gillls
hlldren left yesterday for a few
Is' visit with her mother at
IC. Osborne returned this morn-
ironi Walla Walla, where he has
for two days past.
rs. G. C. Osborne and Mrs. George
Ex are at Union and La Grande
ng relatives and friends.
b. .George Titsworth left yester-
for a visit with her sister at
fcss Lulu Wray, a teacher in the
lie schools here, left yesterday for
Band, and from there she will go
lorae place near Taconm. where
I will engage in teaching.
Kin Adams, who recently recover-
!rom a severe attack of typhoid
t, ls here from McMinnvllle, his
ier's'homo, to look after his in
its In thlr ftfrHnn.
po regular district school election
1 on Monday, resulted in the elec-
of A. M. .Gillls and H. Caton as
Ictors. There was quite a spirited
pest and a close vote, about 75
pe being cast
iorge Mincer was in town Mon-
looklnK after the Interests of his
pet here, which he has again
rllllam Parker returned this morn
I from Portland", where he has been
la delegate to the grand lodge of
P. Burns, of tho O. R. & ,N is to be
t? n our streets today. .
Fionday was a cold, windy day,
& Showers of rnln fnllnwprt . at
pH BY a wliltn frnof tint nn mn
pi Injury to crops occurred. There
f -fiomo reports of wheat being
pnuy blown down. The prospects
I6 excellent fm. i.i
HPtaln Ziegler's letter in the East
fesonlan rnintiim ,ui. ti.e
ow Kids, did not make a good im-
r-tuu nere. The captain assumes
r ""Jen. Should Mr. Cohen, the
F8er of the Pendletons, desire a
t: uVn .lno terms .quoted by Cap
til UbUOllVIOQ. uu
will bo paid to Captain Zleg-
..U6 m prim.
A lone litoV.,
Winn i " b""ttynan creaiea a
Et 'n Portland Tuesday, by enter
C !"r,ewery there ,and folding ,up
Eoyes at tho point of va long
fctlrus looking revolver; .All he
Doings of that Lively Little Town
During the Week.
Helix, June 16. John Scott went
to Pendleton Wednesday on a busi
ness trip. He is building a new cis
tern and otherwise improving his
Chas Huson has gone to Northport
to visit his sister Mrs. Anderson.
Miss Glee McNett Is here from
Wallulu- on a visit to her sister
Mr. and Mrs. Cockerline and Mas
ter Conny drove to Athena Wednes
day to do shopping.
Miss Edith Epple, of Pendleton,
and Miss Myrtle Hill of Cold
Spring, were pleasant callers at the
home of Pearle Smith at this place.
Mrs. Pete Sones went to Walla
Walla this morning.
Will Knight and. Henry Hill
started for Washington this morning
on a land hunt.
John Scott and wife of this place
and Dr. Mann and wife of Pendleton
will go to Teal Springs to rusticate
for a few weeks.
Miss Nellie Foss, of Athena, pass
ed through Helix on her way to Juni
nor to take part In the entertainment
to be given at that place for the Den
eflt of the church. Lunch basketB
were sold and a quilt raffled off,
Miss Alice Peters, of Pendleton, held
the lucky number drawing the quilt
The proceeds of the social amounted
to $71.30. This will he used to buy
an organ and help repair the church
which needs it badly.
Tho Childrens' Day exercises at
the Baptist Church last Sunday even
Ing wore well attended and an excel
lent program was rendered.
Tho fine horse purchased by Chas
Alsnach died on Saturday last.
L. W. Pierce of this place has just
completed a fine barn for Dave Car-
mil on Cold Spring and is now
building one for James Furnish.
Nearly Died of Starvation.
A young 'man in one of our large
cites was recently found in an un
conscious condlton, and upon exam
ination it waB found that he was dy
ing of starvation. Food was given In
small quantities and lri a few days
the patient recovered. There are
many other people starving thom
roIvbb because they are afraid to eat
good, flubsai.tial food. Their stora-
achs aro weaic ana chuuui. -
digest it properly. Consequently the
patient loses flesh i.nd the blood and
nerves become Impoverished. A few
doses of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters
wll lrestore the stomach to its normal
condition and cure headache, lndlges
tion, dyspopsla, .flatulency, constipa
tion and biliousness. It is the bes
.stomach strongthener and health
,buper ,ln existence. Try it and see
MOST OF THE FEEDERS IN
MORROW COUNTY GONE.
.VOLCANO. BELIEVED TO BE
DEVELOPING AT GRANT'S PASS
Crater Lake Mountain and Mount But Few Sheep Are Left for Sale in
Pelee Pits Said to Be Very Similar
In Appearance Before Eruption.
A Grant's Pass dispatch says that
a uram. s -rasa uiopowiu pjn v..v - - -
. .. . nr QtT1i, ,,f loads of sheep have been shipped out
according to the story of members of Honnner. bIIlofl or ChicaKo."
party that just crossed the Cascade Bald Dr M. S. Lantz, government
and passed through Crater Lake
Park, Crater Lake is beginning to
boil and steam. The party did not
cet close enough to see tlie surface
of the lake, 'as there is yet too much
snow in the mountains, but they as
sert for a certainty that they wore,
near enough to see clouds of steam
ascending from the summit of .Mount
Mazama, on which the lake is locat
ed. As volcanic eruptions seem to
be prevalent everywhere, and so
many fires have been kindled in other
craters, it is not at all unlikely that
the waters of Crater Lake havo be
gun to boll.
Crater Lake and tho craters of
Mount Pelee and Souffrier, before
their eruption, as can be seen by com
parisons of the photos, are very simi
lar, the craters of each being filled
Inf lnltfK of Ereat
Hontv. nnA 'bavpih! miles in circum
ference. The truth of the report that
Crater Lake u. boiling cannot be con
firmed until word is received from
persons who have been to the lake's
rim. At this time of year all of that
portion of tho mountains occupied by
rtrntnr T.nicn National Park Is unin
habited, the winter's snows being yet
too deep to admit hunters ana camp
in tr nnrtlfis the onlv Deople who vlsl
the lake. Not until July or August
can the lake be easily reached. An
investigation will be made and- the
results are anxiously awaited.
Supreme" Court of Washington De
clares It Must Be Enforced.
Walla Walla, June 19. The su-m-nmo
nnnpt . ." WnHhlncton has hand
ed down a decision decuaring that
all places of business except those
especially excepted by law must
oIosr on Sunday. The case was one
In which D. Nichols, of Collepe Place,
in this county waB arrested and dis
missed for doing business on Sun
day. Nichols is an Adventlst and
made a defense along that Jine, re
sulting in dismissal, only to be re
versed by the supreme court.
Ankeny Men Won.
Walla Walla, June 19. Republican
primaries for tho election of dele
gates to the county convention were
held in this county yesterday after
noon, and a total of 128 delegates
niinnon. The convention will
ho hold next Saturday.. No fight or
contest was noticeable, and a light
vote was pollod in all precincts, The
convention will be controlled by the
suportors of Levi Ankeny, the sena
Umatilla County, Unless it Be in
the John Day Country.
"During tho last few days GG car-
Session Will Be Called for the Es
pecial Purpose of Placing All State
Officials on Flat Salary.
Portland, Juno 19. An extra ses
sion of tho leialnturoi will bo called
by Governor Goer.
Many who woro opposed to It aro
now in favor ot the move, especially
tho members-elect, and tho matter
seems to meet public approval.
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Tho purposo of tho session will ho Ulng and quoon.
sheep inspector, who hns just re
turned from that place.
"Rhea J3ros., of Ht. .paui, - no auu.
ed, "were the principal shippers.
Their lot consisted of 29 cars and is
Eolntr to Montana. Mr. Glover ship
ped 11 cars to Dakota. Tho Amenta
& Scharon Land Company shipped 10
to North Dakota, and Mr. uenneu
s(y nnrs in lowa. Rhea Bros, will shin
another lot out of Arlington Friday.
D. I. Waltz will ship 34 cars irom
Durkey, North Powder and Baker
City, billed for California In a few
dava. Smith & Clay will shin a lot
from Hoppner the 24th for Montana,
and C. A. Buckley will Bhlp some
from Glass Valley to Colorado. These
shipments will take most of the feed
oro nut nf Mnrrnw. Malheur and Har
ney counties and, after they aro gone
. 1 fl. t. II. A. I P . . 1, t.
mere win uu nuiu luuveuicui ui ouwji
When asked about tho sheep in the
county the doctor -replied: "There
are few sheep In Umatilla county for
nnln n n nrnonnt Hmn 1 1 11 1 0 Q In
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tho John Day country as everything
was shipped during the winter ana
earlv enrine. In fact, there are very
few feeders left In Eastern Oregon at
the present time and wuen tno snip
ments spoken of are gone they will
be scarcer than over In years."
On Monday the Royal Representa
tives Will Arrive, on Tuesday a
Reception, Wednesday a Dinner,
Thursday the Ceremony and Fri
day tho Big Show.
London, Juno 19. Following is tho
coronation program: Monday, Juno
23, arrival of tho royal representa
tives, dinner Buckingham pnlnco; re
ception to visiting suites; Tuesday,
reception to special foreign envoys,
state dinner nt Buckingham pnlnco.
J- Wodnosilny, recaption to colonial
premiers, dlnnor by Prlnco of Wales
to prlncPB nnd envoys; Thursday,
coronation, Westminster Abbey.
Frlrtuy, procession through Lon
don, evening reception nt Luumlowno
On Saturday- tho king and quoon
will attend tho naval rovlow oft Splt
hcad. Sunday, dinners to foreign
princes by tholr rospectlvo ambassa
dors. Monday, Juno 30, gala uporn
performance, London, attended by tho
to establish flat salaries for stuto of
BOILER MAKERS STRIKE.
Will Not Work Where
Union Material Is U6ed.
Portland, June 19. The striking
planing mill employes have decided
to make the boycott against the un
fair mlllH more rleld. Tho union has
called off carpenters on new buildings
where unfair material is being used.
Tho situation is depressing.
Make Treaty With Cuba.
WflBlilntrtnn .Tunn 19. It is auth
nrltnilvfilv isfiitfifl here todav that tho
administration stands ready to make
a treaty with Cuba as a solution oi
the recinrocity tangle, provided tho
president is given assurances that
the senate will ratify It without
amendment next December.
Savage Turned Loose.
Portland, Juno 19. Frankio Sav
age, the paramour and accomplice of
Charles SavaGO, has 'been released.
He waB charged with a diamond rob
bery to the tune of $10,000 at tho
Portland hotej a few months since.
Decision on Smith Soon.
Washington, June 19. Probably
the president will announce bis decis
ion in the General Smith case within
a short time. At present there Is no
indication of the nature ,of tho verdict.
Feared Entire Union Pacific May Be Jloo Bt. Paul's, London, lunch to
, I I , i imnm. i fjnlld TTnll.
!d Up" Frldny, rccoptlon to Indian prlncea
funo 19. Tho strlko l)y MnK nml ,juoon. Saturday, tho
tho Union Pacific Ib CK'a ,nnor to tho London poor.
It I.. C. ..,! Mi
Omaha. Nob.. Juno 19
of boiler men on tho Un
hnemnliii'- HcrlmlR. It Ih foiiroil tllO
entire road will soon bo tied up un
less a settlement is onecteti.
Tho road Is already In desperate
xtniM? riH thorn are no bollor mon on
huid to caro for tho engines. If these
conditions continue it will no unsaio
in a fow days to sonil out any on-
MUD FROM PELEE.
Great Crater Throws Out Another
Column of Muck.
Fnri do Franco. Juno 19. The low
er portion of Basse Polnto has boon
enveloped by a great mass of sllmo
elected from Mount Polco. Twenty-
two houses were destroyod but no
loss of llfo Is reported. Tho column
of slime was thrown 100 metres lu
Paris, Juno 19. La Partlo today
publishes a dispatch giving details
of a fierce battle betwoon French
troops and natives In tho Tohad dis
trict or Africa, January 20th. Tho
battle resulted In a victory for the
French, although 1400 wero killed.
8AXONY'8 KING ILL.
Another Ruler Peeping In at Death's
noriin .Timn 19. The king of Sax
nn v In In a critical condition. Yes
terday ho was unconsclotiB nearly 21
hours. Tho family novor left his
liodBldo durlnc tho night. His doath
Ib being; expected at any moment.
Gaaeo' Arrests Made.
a,. Vrarifiaon. Juno 19. Sheriff
HamraeJ, of Los Angeles, arrived this
morning with warrants sworn ut
Gdvornor Gago for tho arrest of John
n K,,.llnH and W. S. LoakO.. pub-
JlBhor and manager of tho San Fran
cisco Call, charged wltn criminal ji
bel. Tho arrests were made this
lfter,.oon, but the mon were immedl
ately released on bonds of $500 each.
Bolivar In Insurgent Hands.
Washington, June 19. United
Rtntoa Minister to Venezuela Bowen
cables tho state departmept as fol
mwa inIn v frnm Caracas: "It Is stat
ed on the authority of tho minister
r.f fnrnltrn affairs of Venezuela, that
tho city of Bolivar is now In the
possession of tho lnBurgents."
Tuesday, gardon party, Windsor
ciistlu. Wednesday, departure of for
eign princes, dinner lu London at tho
Dorhy houso to the king and queen.
Thursday, sorvico ror mo King aim
Senate Adopted Amendment Favor
ing This Canal Route,
Wanlilnirton. Juno 19. When tho
Isthmian canal hill waB taken up In
the senate hub morning, noar ox
pressed a doHlro to havo tho sonato
go upon record on IiIh amendment
nrnvldliiir that the selection ot a
route bu left to the president, Ho
secured uuunimnus couHont.
Clark, of Montana, began tho do
bate and caused a Bonaatlon by an
nouncing that ho favored tho Nlca
rnguun route. Ho was reckoned up
on as u supporter of tho Panama.
Morgan, ot Alabama, summed up tho
case for tho Nicaragua sldo ot tho
Answering tho charge that tho con
struction of tho Nicaragua canal
would cost $250,000,000, Morgan said
un eminent ouglneur had assured him
tho work could bo done for $140,000,
000. On motion of Bacon, tho Spooner
unieudniittht was ainonded bo us to
place tho work of construction of tno
canal lu tho hands of a commission to
bo composed of seven mombora, to
bo appointed by tho president.
Washington, Juno 19. The aniond
mcnt to tho Isthmian canal bill pro
viding for tho purchase and comple
tion ot tho Panama canal was adopt
ed by tho senate this oftemoon by a
vote of 42 to 32,
Washington, Juno 10. Tho houso
todav began tho consideration of tho
rhlllpplno civil govormiiont bill. This
hill Is a Huhstltuto for tho sonato bill.
Its principal feuturo Is a proposition
for crnatlug a legislature which con
slats of two houses. Tho domoorata
will Offer n substltuto, tho principal
foaturo of which provjdos for tho
withdrawal of tho United States
from tho islands at tho expiration of,
Tfnvnnn Juno 19. Gouoral Gomoz
the charKO lhat General Wood
gave him $25,000 to withdraw as a
candidate, for president ot uuua ana
work for a coalition of all Cuban par
ties n support of Palma,
Earthquake In Tyrol.
Vienna, Juno 19, A violent wrtfe
quako shock occurred Jn the JyroJ