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Eastern Oregon Weather
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Tonight nnd Sunday fnlr,
J 5c A WEEK.
PEXDLETOjN", UMATILLA COUNTY, OKEQOK, SATURDAY, JULY o, 1002.
A STEEP GRADE.
.train begins to climb up
sunn wcic niiiuu uuu ui
flont wna Iitt o -o y-
crashing into the car
grade at lightning speed.
car plunged off the track
curve was reached, crush-
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Wonders and the Unions.
wiii na TfiT1 1 1 1 1 if ifi uiiii win
rT Tr. ?minn tun anwnruuiini
charged and everybody is in
come and see the fun.
unuorn nn.v wnn 1 1 straieni
going to steal the formei
Fourth nHhniiph n little
lifting thofi- onlllnD
HOW tho plnrilntnra will line
88 ; Froome, lb; Alexander,
-Barlow. c: Drake, p;
3b; Baum, If; Downey, cf;
i vwi rim BKWIi
City's team, the Gold Dig-
Grande team on .the Baker
a score of G ,to 2. The
or the rlvAi
- waa superior to tUat of :the
t both teams made the -same
M hits, seven, while no earn
were scored on either aide.
mil DECLINE AMNESTY
FILIPINO LEADERS WILL RE
JECT OFFER OF UNCLE SAM.
Will Refuse to Swear Allegiance In
Order to Gain Their Liberty.
Washington. July 5. It is believed
here that a number of ex-leaders of
the Filipino insurgents, held prison
ers at Guam, will decline to accept
the amnesty offered in the Fourth of
It -is pointed out that a similar
proclamation was Issued by the
Philippine commission a year ago
and the principal irreconcilablea at
that time refused to take the oath
of allegiance upon which their free
dom was made contingent.
ROBT. CAMPBELL MISSING.
Freewater Hotel Man Has Disappear
ed and No Cause Is Given.
Freewater, Jury 5. RobeVt Camp
bell, proprietor of the Hotel Talbott
for the past two years, has been
missing nearly three weeks and no
one can discover the cause. Camp
bell came to Freewater two years
ago from near Portland. He leased
the Hotel Talbott and ran it up to
three weeks ago, when he sold his
lease to Mrs. Anderson and sudden
ly made his exit from the town. Ht
is a large man, weighing 225 pounds
and is CO years of age. He left a
wife and little girl in this city.
Will Johnson Murdered.
Word has reached Pendleton that
Will Johnson was murdered at Su
sanvllle last Saturday night. The
particulars are not known not even
the murderer's name. Claud Stein,
who is a brother-in-law of the mur
dered man, passed through Pendleton
Friday evening on his way to Susan-
vllle to investigate the tragedy.
RELICS OF ANDREE
FRAGMENTS OF EXPLORER'S
BALLOON AT HUDSON BAY.
ieport of Intrepid Norwegian's Mur
der by Northern Eskimo Now Be
lieved to Be Proven Authentic.
Winnipeg, Man., July 6. Rev
Richard Farler, Angellcan missionary
at Fort Churchill, has arrived here
and states definitely that the rellcB
of Andree brought to the Hudson
Bay post three weeks prior to his de
parture, Juno 1, are undoubtedly authentic.
Information received confirms the
previous reports that the explorer
and his companions were killed by
Eskimos in the far north. More rel
ics are expected to arrive next woek
from the north.
Outfit for Handling Cream Will be
In Operation In November.
An avanorated cream Dlant will be
in operation in Oregon most likely
in Portland, bv November 1. says the
Telegram. The arrangements have
all been made and the only question
to settle is the location, rne com
nnnv in nuestion is the Pacific Coast
Condensed Milk Company, now op
erating a plant at Kent, wasn.
The new plant will be built with
a view of meeting tho growing de
mand of a large trade already built
up by the company. It is an enter
nrlRi? that will add wealth to any
.community in which it centers its
business, for it drains a large tribu
tary country in getting a supply. In
it locates in Portland, it will
use river and rail transportation for
a hundred miles or more aiong me
Willamette valley in securing a milk
supply. The company intended to
locate here last year alter looKing
over the field, but owing to extra
work and expense in enlarging its
present plant 4n Kent, the members
of the firm could not spend the time.
nntnmlBRioner J. W. Bailey, who
started the agitation three years ago
and has been hammering away at
the BUbJect ever since, having induc
ed a number of people to look over
the field, when seen this morning
"The company nas comineiuu i
n ti (Tom on t R for coalaz to Oregon
nriii ha in oneration by Novem
ber . It now manufactures a brand
called the carnation evapurwveu
cream, for which there Js a demand
all over the Coast. Its effects In a
business way will be far-reaching and
honoflnini it would employ about
UUWw -" -
100 .men at the start, not to speak or
those in outside districts aepenuem
upon -the industry,"
CONVICT TRACY LEAVES
ft TRAIL OF BLOOD
Kills Two Men Outright, Fatally Wounds Two Who Have
Since Died, Slightly founds Another,
aud Makes His Escape,
Seattle, July 5. Tracy is still uncaptured. Ho obtained food of a
woman near Murphy's slaughter house at 9 o'clock last night, a short
distance from Wo'odland Park. He terrified her into silence.
She notified Sheriff Zimmerman, of iSnohomish county," who reported
here. The officers believe Tracy slepf yesterday in the woods near tho
park, hoping to catch a train last night They hold the theory that ho
is trying to get to Palmer, where he has a friend to whom ho wroto toll
ing him he would try to reach there, and aBklng him to plan a secretion
until the pursuit died out, so he could take a train east.
This letter was lost by Tracy in his flight. Many friends of Tracy
here, in the tenderloin district, where ho used to live, are bolng watched.
A rumor this morning that Tracy had been killed near Ballard, caus
ed a flurry of excitement, bui. proved unfounded.
SOME TALK ABOUT STRIKES
Seattle, July 6. Tracy has during
the past two days left a trail' of
blood behind him as ho moved back
and forth between Woodlawn Park,
Seattle, and Bothell.
On the afternoon of the 3d he was
surrounded at Bothell, 20 miles north
of Seattle, and in the fight which on
sued, Instantly killed Deputy Sheriff
Raymond, of Snohomish county, fa'
tally wounded Deputy Sheriff John"
Williams, of King county, who has
since died, and slightly woundedKarl
posse of citizens who becamo arous
ed and determined to exterminate
The convict escaped, however, and
has since been seen in several places.
Big Reward Is Offered.
Governor McBride, of tho stato of
Washington, haB offered a reward of
?250O for the capture of the convict,
Idead or alive, which with tho Ore
gon rowara or sibuu ana Ferriirs jiuu
offer, makes In all ?4i00 for tho par
ties who shall encompass tho death
of the murderer.
Fight Was Short and Sharp.
The posse came upon Tracy near
a deserted cabin and before they
knew their man was at hand he threw
his rifle across a stump and fired,
wounding Anderson. His next shot
brought Raymond to the ground,
dead, two more shots came near put
ting an end to the earthly career of
Louis Sefrit, a newspaper reporter,
and three succeeding Bhots pierced
the body of Deputy Sheriff WllliamB
just below the heart, Inflicting fatal
The entire affair did not take over
three or four minutes and before the
smoke had cleared Tracy had fled
like a hunted animal through the
Impersonated an Officer.
Meeting a farmer in a wagon, Tra
cy told him he was one of the posse
and forced the rancher to bring him
to Seattle in the outskirts of which
city he was discovered about 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs. van
Horn, and another pitched battle
took place between the desperado and
the police, the second conflict result
ing in the death of Policeman is. is.
Breese and the fatal wounding of
Nell Rawley, who was with the offi
cer when the fight started. Rawley
has since died.
After the fight with Breese 'iracy
fled toward Ravenna Park, where he
was soon surrounded by a largo
Militia Called Out
Two companies of tho Washington
militia have been called out and
there seems to be but little doubt
that the desperado will be killed
within the next day or so, although
it Is not to be credited that ho will
go under without Bhedding more
Tracy Shows Up Again.
Tracv ate breakfast at 8 o'clock
this mornins: in Fanner Johnson's
house, four miles north of Mrs. Van
Horn's and left there, going north.
He appeared much fresher than yes
terday, confirming tue Denei mat
slept well all night Ho treated the
farmer nicely and said ho had no de
sire to kill anyone but his pursuers,
and the prison guards.
TTn characterizes the stories of his
bloodthirstiness as lies and poses as
a much misrepresented man. we
snvR no man who does him a' favor
will go unrewarded, and thinks hiB
chances of escape are good.
Was Rawley, Killed by Poate?
Tho latest report is that the coro
ner's inquest discovered a 38-calibre
bullet in the body of Nell Rawley,
who was killed In the flght with Tra
cy Thursday evening, which leads to
the belief that some member of the
nnHRn fired the shot resulting in Raw-
ley's death, as Tracy's gun is a 30-30
NO CLEW FOUND.
Men Who Held Up Rock Island Train
n.Monvn .Tulv 5. fThe police are en
tirely without clews to the where
abouts of the two men who held up
the Rock Island express Thursday
night, near Jollet.
Charles Lesseler, the man arrested,
will be released, as the police are sat
isfied the man was an unwilling aid
to the robbers.
Ship Sailed 200 Miles Through Sea
Covered With Pumice Stone.
Tacoma, July 5. The ship Flop
ence, which arrived from Dutch Har
bor last night, sailed for 200 miles
through a sea covered with pumice
stone, off Akulan Pass.
The phenomenon 1b supposed to be
from a subniarlne yolvano or a vol
cano on the coast.
KING'S BIG FEED FOR LONDON'S
POOR WAS A GREAT SUCCESS
London, July 6. The official bul
letin this morning says: "The king
Is out of danger, is cheerful and feelr
Tho tr(ni'n monster dinner to the
London poor was given today. Most
oi the dinners were given av jmr
and small halls through the city.
The destitute were nearly all fed,
as well as many whose wages are be
u.,itir standard. The number
lUtl I 'f3 ....
fed amounted to half a million, and
the dinner cost In tne neignoornooa
of 30,000, The Prince and Princess
of Wales visited the various dining
. At Bishop's Park 14,000 were fed,
and at the Arlington Omnibus fac
tory over 10,000 sat down.
The dinner was typically English,
consisting of steak and kidney pies
veal pies, ham, roast beef, potatoes,
tarts, cheese, beer and lime Juice.
In even the poorest quarters all
the diners showed some effort to
dress for the occasion.
The guests were amused by 2000
actors and actressses who volunteer
ed for the occasion.
THE COA LSTRIKE WILL
DRIFT ALONG UNTIL 17TH.
Two Big Strikes Are Pending In Chi.
cago, the Car Line Men Being Dlt
satisfied and the Machinists Figur
ing on Asking 'Help.
Wllkesbarre, Pa., July 5. Unless
the anthraclto operators make somo
proposition for a settlement, tho
strike of coal miners will drift with
out and radical move until tho 17th,
when a convention to consider tho
advisability of a gouoral strike In tho
bituminous fields will bo hold.
The estimated loss to dato In mln
ers' wages is $11,500,000. Still no
open discontent can bo heard .among
Big Strike May Come.
Chicago, July 5. Tho mon employ
e"d on tho west Bido stroot car linos
nre ngaln talking strike. Thoy claim
tho companies violated tho agreement
mado during tho rccont trouble If
they striko over 1,000,000 rosldonts
will bo affected.
More Strike Talk.
Chicago, July 5. Tho striko of
Union Pacific machinists may sproad
to other branches of tho sorvlco. Tho
Brotherhood cngineors, firemen nnd
trainmen havo been notified that thoy
may bo cnlled upon to striko in sym
pathy. It is understood thoy will go
out when asked.
A Serious Charge,
Jack Thomas and James Jones
woro arraigned today before Unltod
StatcB Commissioner John Halloy on
tho charge of carrying liquor on tho
reservation. W. Llttlo was aUo ar
raigned for selling liquor to Indiana,
All three were bound over to tho fed
eral court. .
OREGON CITY-PEN DLETON
GAME WAS A FROST.
II GHASTLY MYSTEBY
HUMAN HEAD FOUND
NEAR BERKELEY, CAL.
Believed by Collego Authorities That
it as Hidden by a Student In An
atomy. Berkeley, Cal., July C. Tho find
ing of a human head In tho hills near
Borkeley, last evening, croated a
Tho collego authorities now bo
lievo it was left there by a university
student who Is cramming for tho an
SOME GRAIN FALLING.
The Wind and Rain of the Past Three
Days Is Damaging Grain.
Several farmers in town today
from different parts of the county
tell of grain being flattened to tho
ground by tho heavy rain and windB
of tho past three days. Tho greatest
damage reports como from tho foot
hills country and the east end of tho
county. North and cast it is not bad
although some barloy and wheat has
fallen, but as far as can bo learned,
tho damage will bo very light com
pared with tho good the ralnjlld.
An Eloquent Alderman.
Hero's a rhetorical gem. It onion-
ates from tho caranlum of the ouo
and only Alderman Brlggs, Brook
lyn's most unique possession: "I
see motormon standin. onto a plat
form of a car with one band on tho
brake and one hand on the 'lectrlclty,
and I sco thai them there hands was
frozlng so that If a woman of a child
ren had been on the track he would
have been killed, because the motor
man's hands was frozlng. I want to
bog this committee not to let this
bill go to sloop but to keop it awake.
This bill has fell Into a hole onct be
fore, and has been covered up Jn Its
Bilent grave, and I want to say that
I have duff ut this bill from Its silent
grave, and I' don't want to see it fall
into no hole again."
Jack El(s on Trial.
Thn trioi of Jack Ellis, for the mur
der of J. B. Stanley, began In Miens
burg before Judge Rudkin Tuesday,
milla la thn mnn thnntrht to have
been the leader In the hold-up of the
Maze saloon in this city. He is wen
known here, as was tho man whom
ho killed. Ellis and Stanley were
both gamblers and considered tough
characters. Tney pecame invoivea
over tho division of the spoils of
gambling and Ellis shot Stanley,
killing him Instantly in a saloon In
Ellensburg, last winter.
Indians Took All the Hair Off the
Willamette Boys In the First Inn
ing and Rubbed Salt on the Raw
Places the Rest of the Game.
Tho ball gttuio on tho local dia
mond Friday afternoon between tho
Indians and tho Oregon City team,
was a roaring farco. Tho "Champi
ous of Western Oregon" wont into
tl o air so high In tho first inning
tljnt they novor came down and whon
tho ganio was finished tho scoro stood
15 to 3 In favor of tho Indians. The
visiting tonm wore first at bat nnd
woro put out In sort ordor.
Whon Brown picked up tho stick
for tho Indians ho was nnssod to first
on balls. Zloglor bunted toward first
and was put out, whllo Brown wont
to socontl. Fny followed Zloglor nnd
Inndcd safely on first, whllo Stovall,
who Is making a reputation for him
solf ns bolng In tho gnmo all the
tlmo, landed for n two-bagger, bring
ing Brown nnd Fay homo. Wllnor
traveled on a pass and Schmidt
brought Stovall homo with a slnglo.
Hays scored Wllnor and Schmidt
stolo third. Rhoa fanned and Pen
land hit a hot grounder down by sec
ond, Schmidt and Hays coming In,
whllo ho mado a homo run on er
rors and passed balls. Brown fol
lowed and waB put out trying to
roach first, after breaking tho record
on fouls, but boforo tho side was re
tired sovon mon crossed tho home
This soomod to dishearten Uio Wll
lamotto toam and af tor that tho game
was lifeless. Tho visitors did not
play tholr host nnd tho locals did not
havo to play to win.
Tho woathor was vory dlsagreoa
bio and tho bnd playing can bo part
ly excused on that account, although
It was as bad for ono sido as the
other. Tho wind blow a galo nnd a
drizzling rnln foil most of tho time.
Mr. Maskroy, as umplro, gavo an
other oxhlbltlon of his Inability to
tell a ball from a striko and many
bad decisions woro mado, although
ono sido got it ns bad as the other.
It was ovidont that ho did not In
tend to glvo bad decisions but he
could not toll vJion a ball crossed tho
plato. Many kicks woro registered
against him, but his orrors wero
taken In good part by tho players, the
blcachors doing most of tho kicking.
Brown, cf G 2 1 8 1 0
Zlegler, 3b 400202
Fay, bs 3 2 2 2 3 1
Stovall, lb 5 1 3 000
Wilner, rf ..: 4 1 0 2 0 1
Schmidt, 2b , 5 3 3 2 2 2
Hays, p ....(. .!,.., 4 3 1 0 3 0
Rhou, c 4 1 2 2 1 0
Ponland, If C 2 0 0 1 0
Totals , 39 1C 12 27 11 8
Oregon City AB It HPOA E
Davis, 3b 4 0 0 0 3 0
Loo, If ..i 4 0 0 1 0 1
Young, lb 4 0 1 13 1 1
Parrott, 2b 4 0 0 2 4 2
Martin, c 4 2 1 4 3 2
Ilechnor, bs ...... 4 1 0 0 4 3
McCutchon, rf .... 4 0 1 2 0 0
Rapp, cf 3 0 0 0 0 0
Mclnnls, p ....... 4 0 2 2 1 2
Totals 35 3 5 24 16 11
Score by Innings.
Pondleton 7060021 015
Oregon City.. 0102000003
Basos stolen Fay, 2; Stovall, 2;
Hays, 2; Schmidt, 1; Rhea, 1; Mar
tin, 2; Rapp, 2. Two-base hits Sto
vall, Schmidt Three-base hits Mc
lnnls. Bases on balls Hays, 2; Mc
lnnls, 4. Hit, by pitched balls Mc
lnnls, 1. Struck eut Hays, 10; Mc
InniB, 4. Passed balls Rhea, 1;
Martin 2. Wild pitches Hays, 2;
Mclnnls, 1. Earned runs Pendleton
2, Left on bases Pendleton,. 7; Or
egon City, 7, Base on errors r
dieton, 6; Oregon City, 4. Time of
game 1:66. Umpire O, A, Mask
rey. Scorer Lee Held.
The same teamB are playing the
secohd of tho series of three ths
afternoon. This 's uomowhat a bet
ter exhibition than the first, They
will cross bats again tomorrow.
The betrothal Is announce, of Ma--
inr Ttolnh TTartxal tit TWave'r. IM
Miss Mary Barber, of CUm,'6,?fy