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5c A WEEK.
PEXDLET6X, UMATILLA COUNTY, OTtEGOtf, MONDAY, AUGUST 11, 1SK)2.
ENGLAND'S KING IS BUSY
CHICAGO'S MYSTEIIYiA TERRIBLE CHIME
WILSON IS COMING HOME
TIE HWTI TROUBLE
EDWARD VII HAS PLENTY
TO OCCUPY HIS MIND.
hf OT name ueauuya
ch Property at Havana,
bnd of Cuba,
LIVES WERE ALSO
LOST IN THE FIRE.
Started in Central Park, Ha-
, and Spread Rapidly, Doing
Aug. 11. TThe most disas
k7p In vears occurred here last
resulting in the death of three
land a loss of several hundred
pd dollars. It started in a big
kjuse near Central Park, ana
IMps Para, a famous artist of
llonez Quintana. was sleeping
upper story of pne of the burn
dings and was turned to deatn.
M Lpnec, a Jlreman, was kill-
la falling wall.
Held Privy Council Meeting Today
and Swore in New Cabinet Mem
bers Victorian Order Bestowed.
London, Aug. 11. All London Is oc
cupied with the coronation. The king
today had plenty to occupy his atten
tion. At 11:30 this mornlnc he had
a nriw council meetlne and swore In
the new members of his cabinet.
Laree crowds witnessed the arrival
of the old and new members of the
cabinet and those entitled to the Vic
torian Order were .nvested.
News of Death of Senator McMillan
Touches Him Deeply.
Oyster Bay. Aug. 11. The presi
dent was profoundly shocked at news
of Senator McMillan's death. Senator
Burrows, of Michigan, Prince Chen
and Minister Wu and their suites
lunched with the executive today. To
Burrows the president said McMill
an's place would be difficult to fill,
and a great loss to the state.
YPOS IN CONVENTION.
BREST COAL STRIKE
:tatlva of Art preservative j NOT MUCH CHANGE IN AN
Meet at Cincinnati.
Bnnati, O., Aug, 11. The Inter-
bl Tvnofrranhical union is eel-
Eg its golden jubilee with the
convention in Its history, li
I 50th meeting of the organiza-
Iblch is regarded as one "of the
est and mo.t influential trades
In tViP pniintrv.
gathering was formally opened
horning with nearly .zuu ueie-
answerins; to their names, ana
ual number of ex-delegates,
Iheir wives and other visitors
fenough to swell the total atten-
to 600. Those In attendance
ented local unions throughout
bited States and Canada, Aftei
Lai addrc&be- of welcome haa
oade and responded to. Presl-
pames M. Lynch took the chaif
Bent Lynch was greeted with
and enthusiastic cheers and
When the applause had
annual address, which was
ted with' clos attention by the
Windy City is Still Stirred Up
Over Its Grewsbme Murder
SUPPOSED MURDERER OF
HIS OWN MOTHER "AT LARGE
:. Vanderbllt to Entertain.
tiorl R. I.. Ausr. 11. 'High so
le on the qui vive in anticipation
e entertainment that Mrs. Lor
i Vanderbllt Is Dreparing to give-
be lawn of her palatial summer
k Thoueh the Dlans have not yet
l made public, it is rumored to be
. Vanderbilt's attention: to eclipse
previous social events of the sea-
It Is to be a theatrical lawn fete
resnectahle fortune will be
nded to Drovide the entertain'
Mrs. Vanderbllt has taken a
; place in the front ranks of so
since her entertainment of
s Henry last spring and it is
pgbt that her coming entertaln-
will be calculated to storm the
of social prestige and estau
r as a worthy successor of Mrs,
The Vanderbilts are living at
!u. the W. IV. Astor villa, which
r have leased for the season.
Celebrates 104th Birthday.
;ew York, Aug. 11. Ralph Bullock,
mil ar character nf the Fort Ham-
section of Brooklyn, celebrated.
104th hlrthdav todav. In addl-
a to the congratulations of numer-
friends and acquaintances the old
u received personal visits from
r1 178 great-grandchildren. He has
91 liquor and tobacco nearly all
' me and attributes his good heaitn
Daughter of President Warren.
Boston, Mass.. Auk. 11. 'An event
via bllV OUUUI .MVWM.
the weding of Dr. George A. WI1-
I and Miss Winifred Warren, at
FWanis Port The bride 1b the
r-'sumr or President William Fair
Warren, of Boston University,
psile Dr. WilBon is a well known
rawr, occupying the chair of pbil
rT at Syracuse University.
The Chess Tourney.
H&nnpa. a. . m. . , i
n.ux, n, me internation
als tourney's final round today
jTWon by Janowskl, of Paris. Pills
r1 of America
xvmuuy "uo you lOlQK
1 a hard slap is better." '
State Still Maintains 1200 Soldiers in
Idleness and Miners Are Busy With
Relief Work. '
Shenandoah, Pa., Ayg. .11. The ex
pense to the state in maintaining
1200 soldiers continues and practical
ly there Is no change in the miners'
strike situation. They have entered
the 14th week of their suspension
from work in a quiet manner and are
more confident than ever. The relief
work is progressing satisfactorily.
About $100,000 has been expended.
Strikers in .Want.
Despite the denials of the leaders,
.many strikers here are suffering fof
w-ant of food. Wdtnen ana cniiaren
surround the soldiers' mess tents at
meal times, waiting for scraps of
food and the commander has issued
orders that the men be saving of all
that is left and give it to the hungry
111.. Aucr. 11. The stable
men employed by Rothschild's depart
ment store Btruck this morning and
through it information came out of a
thorough organization m an aepan
ment stores of women clerks, boys
and all ot-ers.
Bernstein v. Myer.
Md.. Auk. 11. Joe Bern
ntnin who has been Been on the va
rintv Rtaze more than in the ring of
intp hn forsaken the boards for the
time being and during tne present
will fill several DUgilistic en
Easements. His first is scheduled for
tonight before the Eureka Athletic
club of this city. His opponent Is to
ha Snmmv Mvers. a young New York
pr with- a fair renutation as a fighter.
Later in the week the Hebrew boy
will face "Kid" Boylston and several
other pugilists of more or less note.
Tennis Tourney at Omaha.
Omaha. Neb.. Aug. 11. The open
inir of the second annual interstate
tennis tournament at the Omaha field
club today was remarkable for mo
number and prominence of the con
testants. Those in attendance inciuu
o.a th foremost experts of Iowa, Mib
enri KflnnnH and Nebraska and the
tournament will decide the champion
ship of these four states. The events,
Which cover several aays, cuuojdi. ui
men's singles and doubles.
Inquest on Body of the Victim Leaves
No Doubt as to the Manner in
Which She Met Her Death.
Chicago, Aug. 11. The Inquest on
the badly decomposed body of Mrs.
Bartholin, mother of William Bar
tholin, who rests under police accusa
tion of having murdered her and Miss
Mitchell, his fiancee, was held this
Friends of the dead woman posi
tively identified the remains and the
case was continued. Meantime a
search Is being kept up for Bartholin,
but so far as the police Iqjgw he has
The funeral of Minnie Mitchell oc
curred this morning. Mr. Edwards,
one of the. boarders at the Bartholin
hnmfi. who wrote from Omaha that
the reason for his hurled departure
from Chirago was the fear that Bar
tholin would kill him. arrived at Den
ver last night, and In an Interview to
day confirmed his statement. If the
police wanted him, he said, he would
TO WELCOME ELKS.
Suicide in California Thought
to Be the Sequel to an Aw
BURNED HIS WIFE
AND THREE CHILDREN
That Is the Charge Made Against
George Wilder, Who Suicided at
ualt, Col., by Hanging Himself,
Stockton, Cal., Aug. 11. George
Wilder hanged himself in a barn at
Gait last night. Back of the suicide
is supposed to be a terrible crime.
Wednesday Wllder's home was de
stroyed by flrq at Elliott, and his wife
and three children were burned.
His stories of the fire were con-
filctlnir. Unon investicatlon a ltnifo
was found beside the burned bodies,
the bedroom wimlow was found nail
ed down and the doors locked. Wil
der fled to Gait and suicided, , .
Is Left a Fortune.
Pasco, Aug. 11. Richard Taylor, a
nrominent citizen of this place. Is
rejoicing over his good fortune. Ho
has just received word from New
York conveyhiK word that he Is heir
to a fortune amounting to $1,000,000,
which Is to be divided between tnreo
brothers. The money comes through
the estate of Mrs. Henry M. Glaglor,
the aunt of Mr. Taylor.
uvaAa Mn. Aue. 11. Final ar
it V MUM, - w -
monto hovR heen made for the
annual reunion of the Southwest Mis
souri Veterans' association to oe new
t oiro Pnru- this week and the city
Iner a gala dress of
ID H-m ,
a h hunttner In honor of the
..i.i, fnrtiontlonR nolnt to an at
VJBAkVIO. ... .
tendance of veterans and their friends
. ivaat sn rminues. now aim-
iruui n-w ' ...
o..ri nmi Kansas win cuuuuu
prominent speakers to the program
W D. Mansfield, of California, broke
the world's record 'for casting a fly
with a ll?ht pole, by casting a dls
tanco of 129 feet during the fly cast
ing contest at San Frannsco. The
best previous record was 954 feett.
Salt Lake is Getting , Things Ready
for Great Meeting.
Cult T obo C.itv TTtnh Alii? 11.
While officially JBlk week does not be
gin until tomorrow, official Blkdom lit
all In town today in readiness lor tno
annual irrand lodee Session and re
union fJrand Exalted Ruler Charles
E. Pickett, of fdtta,..and the other offi
cers have established headquarters'
and have been busy all day receiving
thousands of the "Best People on
Earth" who have been pouring in
from every direction. Among tue
early arrivals today were delegations
from New Mexico, Callfornlaf Texas,
Montana, Washington and Minnesota,
ThP most of the visitors from the
East and middle West arrived yester
day and spent the day viewing tne
sights of the city and vicinity. By
midnight tonight it Is confidently ex
pected that no fewer than 20,000 vis
itors will be In the city. Tne prepara
tions for their entertainment have
been completed and the business sec
tion of the city Is a mass of purple
and white, the colors of the order.
The program for the week embraces
the four days session of the grand
lodge, which opens tomorrow morn
ing In the assembly ball of the Mor
mon Tabernacle, and unlimited enter
tainment for the members of the or-
r?pr who will have an Immense varie
ty tn EPiprt from, all being free tu
the familiar elk's head
badge. Outside of the grand loage
v, mnat Jntprnst attaches to tne
titsK nf various sorts for prizes.
Thom Include nrlzes for the best ap
pearance made In the parade, ior mc
v,00 .irtiifld lodee. etc. The social pro-
thmws onen all the resorts of
-itv tn anv one wearing an Elk's
nfflr.ini rpr titration badge, inn
r nhiof interest to come before
the grand lodge are suggested chang-
in or(u nr trip, ruuai. geiv:uuu ui
next place of meeting and election ot
nfnnnru Wnr the next place of meel-
n.r TmiiRvillft Baltimore. Des Moines
and one or two otner ernes aiu n-
wirants and the contest promises ip
bo a lively one before the selection is
made. The parade will take place
Wednesday and the drill contests the
Then .us Pipe Went Out
wha ,mnr Rat In his easy chair,
lighting his plpo on his auburn hair,
A halo shown over his face bo fair,
but his knees were out, and his feet
nrom harp And he sane: a song both
sad and sweet, while the flies died
all around his feet, for he had no
grub in his shop to eat, and the
r,iitirip was covered with
Now what In the world was
ihn fiiPH to do? He had eaten the
naHt nnd swallowed the glue; he
hadn't a drink and he hadn't a chew
nnd while he starved his whiskers
Tfte British House of CommonB has
adjourned to October 10.
NO PRIOR RIGHTS.
IS COMING BACK TO STATES.
Dr. Wilson, Pardoned by President
Zelnya, Will Return With His Moth
er to His Native Land.
Washington. Aug. 11. United
States Consul Gottschnlk. at Blue
field, Nicaragua, cabled today that Dr.
Russell Wilson, the Ohio physician
imprisoned and sentenced to death
for participation In tho rebellion. Is
sate at uoens del 'iota and soon will
return to tho Unltod States with his
mother, who traveled to his aid and
enlisted Senator- Manna's sympathies.
President Zolava nnrrionod Wilson un.
on representations from tho stnto de
The Revolution in That Island
is Making Poor Progress
Revolutionists Cut Cable and Enter a
Washington. Auc. 11. Minister
Bowen, at Caracas, cables tho fact
thnt Vnnn7.11nln.11 rnvnliitlnnlntR hnvn
cut the cable at Barcelona and tholn
troops are entering tho town of Bar-celonla.
FIGURING ON PEACE
POND WITH GOVERNMENT
That is the Beauty of the New
One grand feature of the great Irri
gation system, inaugurated uy Presi
dent Roosevelt's administration, is tho
fact that there will never be any
"priority of right" to anyone.
No person will ever be able to
claim a prescriptive right for water
(nr bis farm or flume, because his
father or grandfather had such right.
No prescription runs against tneunu
ed States government. Every farm
in the arid regions will get its water
on equal terms with every otner
farm. Only this and nothing more.
There will be no preferences nor fa
Thn water, too. will be made cllep-
or gradually as the patronage Increas
es with the development of tho coun
try. It will ultimately uo oniy me
tnnl rnnt nf nneration. JllSt what
plan will be adopted by the Interior
department in charging lor aisinou-
tion of the water after it shall have
npnii Rtnred has not yet transpired.
Th law seems to vest a very large
discretion on that lino In the depart
ment. Whether a charge for use of
roinr win im mado with a view to re
Imburslng the government for Hb
outlay and, thereby, restoring tho
land funds to the treasury as u it
.frp n innn hv Uncle) Sam: or
,V.V m autu " -
...koiiiar it Hhall he assessed on tne
idea of producing a perpetual revenue
tnr tho trpnfliirv as a loan or Blmply
from the set purpose of paying tho
expenses of distribution lias not
On these points there Is a chance
f- retention. Really, it does not
seem right to make it a mere dona
in thn sottinm in the arid region
It is a great thing to advance tne
money to be repaid at, say, two or
three per cent per annum; or else to
create a public revenue that would
he eaual to a half of one per cent,
nut whatever the system, it is
great feature of this Irrigation, under
governmental control, mat me ru
lands shall be fertilized by water on
exactly equal terms for all.
Commission Has Been Appointed to
Meet a Party of Revolutionists and
Make an Agreement.
Washington, Aug. 11. Consul Gen
eral Gudgor, at Panama, cables re
porting that tho governor of Panama
and General Herrora, the revolution
ary leader, hnvo been In correspon
dence regarding tho estimate of, poaco
and that the governor has appointed
thron commissioners with power to
meet a similar number of mon to bo
appointed by Horrora.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Is That 8o7
want fn-ppnn riatiers are complain
ini? ahout the rabbit pest, and say
eyerything possible should be done to
get rid of the long-oared ground
birds. Call a special session of the
iPtriRiature and enact a law giving
fnr rabbit Scalps
The coyote8 having been thinned out,
the rabblta multiply, Have the tax
payers of the state pay for killing off
.... a Ml ...111 Iia asmp.
the rabbits ana men n w
thing else. Telegram.
It used to be rolled oAts.or cracked
ohpnt fnr breakfast: now it Is some
preparation with a name that might
have been originated Jn a nigntmare
Mahin's Magazine, August.
UNITED STATES IS NOTI. .
FIED OF STATE OF WAR.
Reported by I. L. Ray & Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York 8tock Exchango Brokers.
New York, Aug. 11. Cables wero
off equal to nearly a cont a bushel
this morning, which huulo our market
heavy and they cloaod at tho low
point of tho crop, 72V6 at Now York,
67 at Chicago. Tho vlslblo suit
ply decreased 200,000, compared with
an Increase of 2,1F0,000 for tho samo
week last year.
Closed Saturday, 72.
Opened today, 72.
Range today, 72072,
Closed today, 72.
St. Paul, 18G.
Union Pacific, 107.
L. & N., 147.
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Aug. 11. Wheat 07 &
Wheat In San Francisco.
San FranclBco. Aug. 11. Wheat
$1,12 per cental.
Fun With Civil Service.
A wag, who incidentally holds a
soft berth In Uncle Sam's pay rrtll,
hna nniiiflftri himself ailll llODCM tO Oil
tertaln his friends by a lettor which
im li.is written tho civil service com
miuuinn rnnuRHtlni! that uuKURt body
in f.nrtifv for appointment a hen
which, after trial, Is round competent
to lay 6no egg a day. He is not par
ticular that the laying shall bo dally,
HnndavH Included. ,aml Will DO sans
flqd If the porformanco Is only on
work days. Ho explaniH wun a uo
irrpp. nf hi; rlmisnesH that the photo
llthnirranhle establishment connected
with his denartmont. requires an egg
nppnHinnallv In tho nrenaratlon of
fnr tho work. There not bo
Ing a regular appropriation for the
purpose, the chief has advanced uio
purchase money until tired, and tho
employes have rebelled against using
their private purses ror tne purpose,
Ho has, tberofore, called upon tho
.ivii Rnrvlcft commission to certify a
fnr annolntment for tho
service, which ho Intends to create,
of official layer, It Js probable that
th, nniirnnrlatlon. which is mado In
regular form, will be passed over as
Information Also Comes That Fir
min's Troops Have Devastated a
Town and Great Desolation Exists
Relief Supplies Are Sent
Washington, Aug. 11. Tho state
department has been officially In
formed that thu provisional govern
mont of Hnyti has not. tied tho United
States logatlon that Gonlves, Porto
do Plax, Petit Goavo and St. Ware arc
In rebellion, and that tho government
troops have captured Petit Goavo
aftor a strong resistance.
Many lives were lost. Flromlu's
force sot llro to Petit Goavo beforo
leaving that placo, which was total-'
ly destroyed. Ton thousand pcoplo
aro reported homeless aim in uiru
want. Provisions havu been sent for
rullof of tho population.
To Protect Property.
Tho minister also cables that tho
Gormans intend landing marines at
Puotro Cabollo to protoot thotr Inter
eats, and advises tho United States
government to do tho same. Orders
have boon sent to Commander Nich
ols, of tho cruiser Topoka, to proceed
to Puerto Cabollo.
Orders to Warship. ,
Acting Secretary of tho Navy Darl
ing sent tho following to Commander.
Nlcliols, or tho cruiser Topoka, at
"tin roadv to land a force in enso.
of attack on tho port for tho protec
tion of Ainorlcan Intorosta and for
eign proporty also. If requested. Pro
vent bombardment without duo notice."
WHAT AMERICANS DRINK.
Interesting Figures as to Liquid Re-
in Hm vnnr specially covered by
1!)00 tho Unltod 8tates
produced 1,325.358,054 gallons ot whis
ky, wine and malt liquors, valued at
$340,015,4113. in tno Baiuo
musical Instrument factories of tho
country turned out only $44,514,41j3
In products. When ono romombors
the apparent ago of tho average con
cort hall piano nnd tho numbpr ot
HcaBons of Iiain mm
drinks which It survives, tnis wiuu
dlfforonco In tno vamo ou iru v
putH Ib neither startling nor discour
aging. . ,
Deer carries tho lion s Hnuru i v..
II in i run with l.lUO,
002.104 gallons, valued at $37,!tJ,7iJ.
The world's product in jo.m
520,00.).00O gallons. In wine the
world's outpif In 1897 waB 184.108.40.206,.
020 gallons. For tho cahhub your w
country produced m,i.u
Tho United States la thoroforo 10th m
tho list or wlno-produclng countries
nearly all Europe and part of South
America ranking nhoad of it,
For the abovo comparisons wo havo
drawn on facts outside or tho ronsuH
report. U Ib Interesting to learn, ulsii
from outside returns, that, despite thu
census estimate that our yearly liquor
drinking comes to 17.3 gallons per
capita, wo aro really low In tho llsta
or drinking nations. Germany and th
Unltod Kingdom consumo more than
twice as much beer pur head, wh lo
tho wlno consumption ror each In
dividual In France, Portugal, Spain
and Italy Is greater than our total
per capita drlnklntf'of malt, distilled
and other splrluous llquora, Now
iin wnather loke. Wash Carr. In
Mary Burns killed herself rather
tUasCHve without a man who naa
beitiand choked her. The poor
sffni lacked the wisdom to know how
merciful had be.-n her deliverance
from such a brute.
A Indon crowd Is tho most good
humored crowd In the British Islands.
It is Impossible for a man born and
bred in London, with an average oyo
for tho quaint Bide of llfo, to grow
misanthropic. A provincial crowd
merely sjtares, mumbles, grlna vacant
ly and paasee on. A Dublin crowd
will strike tho noto of geniality If it
happens to be Jn tho mood, but an
ofton as not Its passion for argument
gets the better of it. A lionooB
erowd, with Hb admirable sense , of
caiaaraderla, recognise tbt ,It .Is
there to eloy itsflf.--Tpday( , ,