East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 07, 1902, Image 1

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Eastern Oregon Weather
rill be delivered at your realdenee
(5c A WEEK.
Fair tonight and Tuosday;
IL. 15.
NO. 4478
Progress o Health ofj
igland's Stricken Ruler
VII. Will Take This Method
leplylng to Many Expressions
-pathy From All Parts of the
eed World.
on, July 7. ThlB morning
lie king's recovery unlnterrupt-
ie official' bulletin says: "The
I.' had nine hours natural Bleep,
Js progress continues to be un-
lpted. The wound is discharge
reely and Is Icbs painful to
majesty Intends to express his
1Kb of thanks for the expressions
Irmpathy with him in a special
ge of tank8kivlng to tne en-
Queen and Servant Girls.
ie queen entertained 6000 domes-
srvantB at tea today.
tions of the Two Being Discussed
at Minneapolis.
inneapolls, July 7. With nearly.
tie most prominent educators of
United States present, the 41st
aal convention ol the National
itional Association will be call-
order here .this afternoon. Sea
ls of the national council began
morning, taxation as it relates
chool questions being the topic
em Pacific Shopmen Have All
Gone Out.
ionstofl. Texas. July 7. JTwelve
Dusand shopmen of the Southern
rifle lines struck this morning.
"hoy issued an ultimatum a week
o. demanding an all around 10 per
at Increase of pay.
hf, comnanv offered 6 per cent,
Eiich was rejected. A stubborn con
st fa imminent.
Killed by Batted Ball.
iDaflas, TexaB, July 7. A dispatch
pro Midlothian, Texas, Bays mat
tenor Charles Harrington was kill-
I by a batted ball there yesteraay.
he ball, which was batted straight
the pitcher, hit him in tne stom
h. Harrlncton fielded the ball,
lade the assist, putting the runner
lit, and then dropped dead.
ost a Leg by Falling Under a Wil
lamette Valley Train.
Brakoman J. G. Nowels, employed
the Wondllna branch of the
louthern Pacific railroad in the Wil-
amette valley, met with a terrible
pldent Friday, which) win cnppie
Mm for life.
On the up trip Friday forenoon
the train stopped at the siding a
fbort distance above Marcola, about
0 o'clock to do some switching. A
ir had been switched, and as Brake-
oan Nowels was climbing to the top
Bl it to Bet the brakes, a piece of
&oard on the carwhich he grasped,
broke, causing him to fall under the
wheels. Before he could get out oi
ae way the wheels nasBed over both
pegs bolow the knees, mangling and
ICruahlne- thnm n n Vinrrihle manner.
Hl fellow trainmen tenderly pick
ed hhn up, placed him on the train
and brought him back to Springfield,
t which place he was met by a con
veyance and brought to Eugene,
whero Drs. Paine and Kuykendall
Kave the Injuries an antiseptic dress
ing, Immediately afterwards placing
him on the .north-bound "train for
Portland, where he .was takon to the
hospital that evening.
Late Fridav nleht word 'was receiv
ed that the operation .for the ampu-
"n ui me ieet was penormea ana
that Mr. Nowles'had stood the opera
Won very well. The leftjleg was am
putated Just below the knee, and the
?v JnBt abovo he nWet
The unfortunate man "resided Aat
mrg, where ;hla folks also .lived.
e u a married man.
Englahd's Premier Meets With an
Accident in the Streets of London
and Is Bid ly-Hurt
London, July 7. While- driving
this morning; Joseph Chamberlain
was thrown violently through the
Eriasti of a cab window. His head was
badly cut and he bled profusely. He
was hurriedly conveyed to a doctors
Tim accident was witnessed by a
large crowd and created great excite
Later, Chamberlain was removed
tn tha hosnital where it is deemed
advisable to keep him all night His
physicians said the wound was se
vere, but not dangerous.
Believed that Hold-up Men Belonged
to "Kid" Cirry Gang.
Chicago, July 7. That members
of the "Kid" Curry band- of bank and
train robbers, wanted for alleged
complicity in the recent Union Pacific
hold-up, perpetrated the robbery of
the Rock Island express train at Du
pont 111., Thursday night, is believed
possible by detectives, 100 of whom
are working on the case. Charles
Nessler, the boy who was stealing a
ride on the train when it was stop
ped, described, the men to detectives
to-day, and his description is said
to tally with photographs and de
scriptions of "Butch" Cassidy and
"Sundance" Kid alias, Harry Long
baugh, alleged members of the Kid
Curry gaiig.
It was officially stated by an offi
cer of the United States Express
Company.that the robbers secured
only $50 worth of jewelry. They car
ried away a package of worthless
vouchers and other papers, but over
looked a package which .contained
Strlke Called Today '.Which Affects
Traffic All Over the United States
and Ties Up Chicago Shipping.
Chicago, July 7. Every union
freight handler in Chicago struck this
morning, tieing up traffic not only in
Chicago, but in every point of the
United States for which Chicago Is
the distributing center.
The strike was ordered after a
number of early morning conferen
ces between representatives of the
union and the railroads. These con
ferences were without result other
than, to impel the issuance of the
strike order.
The police reserves have been or
dered to hold themselves In readi
ness for trouble and squads sent to
guard all freight houses.
The freight handlers are trying to
Induce the longshoremen and team
sters to strike in sympathy.
Coxs Sister Is Here.
Miss Mary Cox, sister of R. T. Cox,
C. L. Cox and John Cox arrived from
Washington, D C, Sunday morning,
on a delayed train, over the Union
Pacific and O. R. & N., to render
what assistance she can at the bed
side of- her brother John, who is at
the sisters' hospital, with a fractur
ed backbone, Mr. Cox's condition Is
about the same, there being little
change one way or the other since
thj operation, when pieces of the
bone were removed and pressure on
the spinal cord abated.
Shot Himsejf.
Gus Glock, while In a demented
condition, suicided, by shooting him
self, at hiB home near lone, last
Thursday. He took a 40-callbre
Winchester repeating rifle, and sitt
ing down on a stairway placed the
muzzle of the gun to his forehead.
He used a cleaning rod for a shotgun
which he placed against the trigger
of the rifle. The ball entered the
the center of the forehead and went
straight through, coming out at the
back of the head. Death was instan
taneous. He waswell to do and un
married. i Temporary arrangements have
made for the fourth bfennlal Hood
RIyer fruit fair, the date being set
for tho second wook in October,
Stole a Boat, Impressed an Oarsman, and Gaily Proceeded
NorthwardLanded and Fled to an In
dian Reservation.
Seattle, July. 7. At 2- o'clock this momitig Tracy, in a boat, was scon
passing the end of Whitby Island, GO miles north, alone. It is believed
that he has killed Farm Hand Anderson, whom he impressed from Farm
er Johnson's house.
He boldly sailed outside the passage beyond tho navy yard and threo
forts. The revenue cutter Grant reports that up to 9 o'clock It had seen
no trace of the boat.
The sheriff keeps up a patrol around Seattle. His officers, however,
think that Tracy is endeavoring to reach a brother desperado nnd escape.
Merrill is living at Whatcom. Fugitive Merrill Is believed to havo
held up a woman at Sidney last night and then taken to tho woods.
It iB -estimated that 1000 men are Interested in the chase.
Seattle, Wash., July 7. The sher
iff's office Is in possession of infor
mation which clearly establishes that
the fugitive outlaw, Tracy, on Friday
night succeeded in eluding his pur
suers In the northern end of the
county and crossed the Sound in a
row boat from Meadow Point, his
original point of landing, to Port
Madison, Bail Bridge Island. Tracy
appeared at the home of John John
son at Port Madison at 2 o'clock Sat
urday afternoon, took possession of
the premises and spent tho after
noon. He ate heartily, changed clothing,
and at dusk Impressed a hired man
named Anderson In, debarking with
him in Johnson's row boat, presuma
bly for Hood's Canal country. Sher
iff Cudlhee has practically abandon
ed the search in this county, and at
noon today chartered the tug Sea
Lion and left in hot pursuit of the
fleeing outlaw. He went first to
Port Madison, and from there took
up the chase accompanied by a small
body of determined guards.
Slept in Graveyard.
After the battle Thursday night,
Tracy slept in a graveyard on the
outskirts of Seattle, proceeded to the
ranch of Fisher Friday morning, se
cured food and slept and rested in
the woods all that day and night.
Early Saturday morning he appeared
at Meadow Point on the water front
three miles north of Seatlle. There
he compelled a Japanese fisher boy
to row him to Madison Point, 12
miles across and down the Sound
from Seattle. He dismissed the Jap,
declaring that the latter would be
killed by Tracy's palls if he ever told
of the trip.
Held Up Farm House.
Tracy landed near tho home of
Farmer Johnson, watched the house
for an hour or two to make sure of
the number of .men there, and finding
but two, he entered tho house. He
announced that he had intended to
kill everyone on the ranch and take
charge of the place for a few days,
and then added: "But after seeing
your pretty little girl. I will kill no
one if you will mind me. I will be
here all day."
Ate With the Family.
The family prepared breakfast for
Tracy and put one plate on the table
against the wall.
"Thin is not' rlcht." declared the
xonvlct. "Put the table in the room
and all sit down with me," wmcn was
done. Tracy then read Friday even
ing's papers and after learning how
Mrs. Van Horn had betrayed his pres.
ence in her house to the butcher boy,
said that ho had been careless In not
In connection with the chase after
Hafry Tracy, tho murderer-convict,
and the bloody work which ho has
been doing during the past week, the
following compilation of hiB crimes
since escaping the prison t Salem,
may bo of Interest:
KILLED Guard Frank B. Ferrell,
Guard S. R. T. Jones, Guard B. F.
Tiffany, Deputy Sheriff Raymond,
Deputy 8herlff Jack Williams, Nell
Rawley, and possibly a farm hand by
the name of Anderson.
WOUNDED Carl Anderson.
Summary of the Chase.
June 9. Convicto Harry Tracy and
David Merrill escaped from tho Sa
lem "penitentiary at 7 a. m., killing
threo guardB.
keeping everyouo in that houso un
der his eyes.
Carelessness Caused Killing.
"My carelessness in this respect
made It necessary to kill two offic
ers," ho said. After tho conversation
he made them give him a largo bun
dle of clothing and lints and alx
days' supply of food cooked for him,
put on Farmer Johnson's suit of
Sunday black nnd had food, clothing
and blankets made Into bundles. At
8 o'clock he bound and tightly gagged
the Johnson family, made their hired
man, Anderson, carry the bundles tb
Johnson's boat, put Anderson In the
boat on the oars and started down
the Sound.
The Alarm Given.
Mrs. Johnson released herself and
the others two hours later and not!
fled Deputy Sheriff McKay, who lives
at Madison Point.
McKay secured a boat and sent
word .io Seattle this mornlnc. Sher
iff Cudihe'o was summoned from
Bothel, and at 10:30, with several
others, started down the Sound in a
tug boat looking for a white Bklff
containing the daring desperado and
farm hand. Tracy had 15 hours'
start, however, and tho supposition
is that he will row all night, probably
kill Anderson sink the boat and dis
appear In the wild forests of North
ern Washington where he can live
many days on his supply of food.
Tracy Has Landed.
Late this afternoon ox-Deputy
Sheriff McKay reports from Port
Madison that an Indian woman saw
Tracy at tho reservation twice yes
terday and that this morning Bhe
heard rifle shots near her house. It
is believed Tracy and Anderson
sunk tho boat and then mado across
the country to tho reservation.
Twenty armed men havo just left
Port Madison from where thoy will
search the country lying between
that town and the reservation.
Not Tracy's Boat Seen.
Deputy Sheriff Hurd, of Skagit
county, has Just reported at the
sheriff's that the white boat seen at
Deception Pass yesterday was over
hauled by the tug and found to have
no connection with Tracy's Port Mad
ison escape. The boat belonged to
August KJock, who lives near De
ception. Tracy's Boat Found.
Later The posse has just found
the boat stolen by Tracy, moored at
tho head of Miller Bay, abovo tho
reservation. More men havo gone In
to the forest in pursuit. This cor
roborates the Indian's Btory.
June 10 (Returned Jn darknesB of
early morning to Salem, held up J.
W. Roberts, whom they stripped of
his clothes, stole a team of horses
and made their way to Portland.
Near Gervias they held up two .mem
bers, of the posse In pursuit and took
a horse and buggy.
June 1J Laid a trap for posso and
fired on pursuers from ambush near
June 12 Broke through cordon of
250 militiamen In the night and made
their escape.
June 14 Stole two horses near Or
egon City and rode through suburbs
of Portland.
June 16 In the morning reached
(Concluded ob pace I.)
Advance of Seven Points Today Ow
ing to Covering of Shorts on Ac
count of the Corner.
Chlcngo, July 7. July corn mado
another sensational Jump today, go
ing to 849i an ndvanco of sovon
points over Thursday's close.
Tho rise wns duo solely to covorlng
by shorts and Illustrates tho poworful
hold which tho Qates-Harrla syndi
cate has on tho market.
Reported by I. L. Ray A. Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
Now York, July 7. Aftor having
been closod slnco Thursday, tho
wheat market opened today M high
er, nt 3 "J6- A good steady mar-
kctf ollowed and tho closo was 79,
'6c higher. Liverpool closed 6 8,
higher. Corn was sternly, closing nt
G4, same as Thursday.
Wheat closed Thursday, 78.
Opened today, 78'.
Range today, 78791,fc.
CloBcd today, 796.
Stocks aro steady.
Steel, 38-i.
Union Pacific. 105.
St Paul, 175T6,.
Wheat in Chicago.
Chicago, July 7. Wheat 75075
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, July 7. AVhoat
$1.1GJ1.1B per cental.
A Record for Fools.
Vienna, July 7. Andre Papp, a
Hungarian student, has created a du
elling record by fighting eight con
secutive duols, disabling all his op
ponents. SMALL BOY L08T FOOT
Team started Up While Lad 8tood
in Front of Machine and the Mem
ber Was Cut Off.
A very distressing accident occur
red on Wild Horso, four miles from
Pendleton, Sunday evening, when
Amll Beckman, tho 5-yoar-old sou of
Mr. and Mrs. Beckman, got In front
of a moving mowing sickle with tho
result that Ills right foot was almost
severed from tho leg. Mr. Beckman
had been mowing and had stopped
to oil the machine His llttlo son
was playing and got in front of tho
sickle when tho team started and his
leg was caught. Tho bono was cut
entirely off and tho llttlo ono was
brought to town, where Drs. Smltli
and Henderson amputatod tho foot
Tho child Is at tho slaters' hospital,
where ho la doing as nicely as could
bo expected. It was taken off about
four inches above the ankle.
Ty, a John Day Chinaman, Is a Veri
table wonder.
For a quarter of a contury thcro
has stood In Qulona, or the old town
of SusanvHle, In tho norMieM part
of Grant county, the shack of a chi
naman named Ty, who can safely
claim to bo tho most vorsatllo Mon
golian In the. northwest.
Ty Is about CO years of ago and
came to this country when qulto
young. His Intelligence and hum
ness ability surpasses that of tho or
dinary individual. Ho la blacksmith,
watchmaker, sboemakor and butcher
for Susanvlllo and holds an enviable
position in tho Celestial population
of that village.
It is a familiar Bight to boo Ty
shoeing a freighter's horse, whllo a
minor stands around with a watch
waiting to get it fixed and a villager
urces him to hurry repalra on dilap
idated shoes and somo one else clam
ors to have him hasten over to kill
a beef. What more accomplishments
Ty has Is not evident, though bo fre-
auently turns his band from one io
the other of the above four with re
markable rapidity, Asked what his
trade is Ty responds; "Ob, every
thing; me does 'em all.'
Mrs. A. A. Anderson has gives
$100,000 for free bathing establish
ments for the poor of New York City,
and the municipal authorities have
voted $325,000 for the same purpose,
as a result of recent agitation of the
Suicided in a Lodging Houso
in Pueblo,.Colo,, Taking the
Morphine Route.
From 1889 to 1891 Daly Was Grand
Master Workman of Jurisdiction of
Washington, Oregon and British
Columbia Has a Son at Dallas.
Pueblo, Col., July 7. John J. Daly,
n lawyer, prominent throughout the
Northwest, suicided by taking mor
phlno In a lodging houso hero last
night. Tho cnuso Is unknown.
Ho loft n letter asking that word
bo sent his son, Floyd Daly, of Dal
las, Or., or tho grand master work
man of tho A. O. U. W. at Portland.
From 1889 to 1891 Daly waa grand
master workman for the Jurisdiction
of Washington, Oregon and British
Mayor and Clerk, Refuse to Give Up
Their Offices.
Snn Joho, Cal., July 7. This mora
lng Mayor Martin and Clork Cottle,
refused to gtvo up their offices to
Mayor-olect Worswlck and Clork
olect Belloll, alleging fraud In tholr
election. Thoy woro ojoctod by
Chlof of Pollco Haloy, and the new
officials Installed.
Denies' Conference.
Now York, July 7. Mltcholl, of the
mine workers, -who arrived here last
night from mlno workers' headquar
ters, donlos that ho camo for a cob
ferenco with tho coal operators, and
the latter make a similar donlal.
American Beat Cannuck.
Honloy on Thamos, July 7. Titus,
Amorlcan amatour, defoatod Sholea.
tho Canadian champion In tho pre
liminary heat for tho dlamondvsculls
hero this nftornoon. Ho won by a
length and a half.
He Is But "A Painful Wart on the
Heel of Time."
Tho editor of an exchange, who Is
undoubtedly an Ingrown pessimist,
recently dafllod with tho muses ob
tho subject of mankind and his folks
fn this wise:
"Man that Is born of woman la of
few days and full of mlcrobos.
"Sorrow and hoadacho follow hlnr
all tho days of his life.
"Ho hoppoth from his bed In the
morning and his foot la pierced by
tho tack of disappointment,
"Ho slttoth hlmsolf down to rest at
noonday, and la lacerated in his
nothor anatomy by tho pip of dis
aster. "Ho walketh through the stroeta
of tho city In tho prldo and glory
of his manhood, and sllppoth on the
banana pool of nilsfortuno and un
jolntoth his neck.
"Ho Is stung by the mosquito of an
noyanco by day and his frame Is
gnawod by tho bedbugs of affliction
at night,
"What Is man but tho blind worm
pf fato? soelng that his days are
numbered by cycles of pain and his
years by seasons of mourning.
"In his Infancy ho runneth over,
with worms and colic, and In his old
ago ho groweth with rheumatism
and Ingrown toe nails.
"He marryotb a cross-eyed woraaa
becauso her father hath a bank ac
count, and flndoth sho Is ridden with
hysteria and belleveth in witches.
"Ho oxalteth himself among the
poople and swelleth with pride, but
whon tho votes are counted be dad-
eth he was not In It,
"Ho trusteth In a man who claim-
eth to bo filled with righteousness)
and standeth high in the syaagogM;
and getB done up.
"For behold his pious friend Is fun
of guile and runneth oyer with de
ception. "From the cradle to the grave bum
Civet, his alms to lslthat smlteta,
"His seed multlplleth around hiss
and crjoth for bread, and If his .sows'.
come to honor he knpweth. it W-
"What Is a man but a gefajai'j
on the heel of time." , .vT.'
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