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DAILY EVENING EDITION
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Eastern Oregon Weather
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tonight with probably frost.
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PEXDLETOX, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, S ATI II HAY, SEPT ISM 1113 Ii 27, 1002.
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W YORK MAN.
to Live With
'n-:SStn!Sira to Police.
York, Sept. 27. Parry Roso,
i&li with Charles, Frohman's pro
M'MhTii) lor maayyearavtwho Is wide
st' i,Mrn In i;theatrIca!Kclrcles, this
f 'attempted '"aifreconcillatlou
""s wlfewhomiho.'lound In bed
aia,tB intrai,' "'Sa'raaw;' Adams, a
on- rat baeteeaB'BMiB'nlBht before
woman .declined-, to live with
'''thoBghrthVJbiafTjeen 14 years
Tj' marrieft " Roflefbecamo infur
, lit the refdfcal, and flrod four
)r shots, Stilling; her. Ho lmmo
al Ei BnrrendsrBaiJito the police.
iad neveVitMPCted his wife's
;lty. and iahejjwdden discovery
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR OFFICERS.
Grand Commandery In Convention at
Eugene This Week.
Eugene, Or., Sept, 27. Tho Grand
Commandery, Knights Templar of Or
egon, met In tho temple of Ivanhoe
Commandery. About 30 grand offic
ers, representatives of the seven com
maiulcrles, wore present.
Officers were elected for tho ensu
ing year as follows:
Sir F. E. Allen, of Albany, grand
Sir I,. N. Honey, of Eugene, deputy
Sir George Hill, of Oregon Comman
Sir P. C. Perrine, of Salem, grand
Sir D. C. Agler, of Ashland, grand
Sir B. G. Whltehouse. of Portland,
Sir J. P. Robinson, of Eugene, grand
In tho evening a reception to the
visitors was given by Ivanhoe Com
mandery, which was well attended by
sir knights nnd their ladles and the
members of the Eastern Star.
OF SEATTLE-FIERCE ELEMENTS
T. J. Humes is Found in the
Dense Woods Near Bothell
Under a Pile of Logs.
EXPOSED TWO NIIGHTS AND
DAYS IN DRENCHING RAIN.
- . . land, D., Sept..2J. Delegations
1AL Ptlofj thelMagyar societies of
Wnsrlyasla,, Virginia, West
-U.I..A Indiana -and'wsevertil other
"'""'-rrived teday io'talce part in the.
tne treatenies attending the dedl
ill beKf lhjaHHaent to Louis Kos
ewimQBtesit&ke ,,iuce to
t jjpjaadjpronilse.'to lie notable in
able JMfo.-jtaUanB. will unite to make
"'"'"pwu'.s'BiuriouB one. ine pa
anteedfc?ciaUeB',of .Hungary have sent
Uea'and a number of national
$JMBeraAteature or the
ia will lie a'imonster narado
!i'al 'ihVmarctiers will wear
hats, made "'after the nattern
e countjl's wnien''WBregeneraily worn
' tiuntry atitheitlmo of tho fa.
iiiimiii lngarian .'patriot's visit here
atue to be." unveiled Is the
. Ahdreas fTothF the famous
JionnOlJa sculptor; fand'. is an exact
lUllUOWof the-.Btatuofof Kossuth in
It Is of herolo slzo and rep
,.tlio Boldierrstatesman In hus
no, with qwqrdjfiheathod and
Well,'1" of delivering an address,
uers Mae whlch.'.lsjf of bronze, is
V , jn a hase'oflQulncy granite
6KW ns'cflbedrSVThe work occib
,care'- I'BpIcuous, position in the pub.
you'll ttii -jflgSB
.(t them. foT HIS. 'THROAT.
ink 'president Takes His
Kaa-f-Sej) 27. Norman
rawly wsi ant of the de-
HsealJWBtoMj, Bank, coin.
jide ia.SBiw at the Bry
nQJpay,"cattlaT' throat with
i v 'jorryover'ithe; failure of the
jj5iflBaacialtMiuWes that fol-
vronaoiy nejjcause. Tne
rational Bank. suspended in
Two Bandits Dead and Two Captured
In Indian Territory.
Muskogee, I. T., Sept. 27. Deputy
United States Marshal Funk and posse
killed two outlaws, whose names are
unknown, at Henrietta, after a des
perate fight and captured two others.
One of the captured men, Jim Hoi-
brook, is a member of Bert Casey's
gang. Both men refused to divulge
the names of the men who were kill
ed. There were five men in tho gang.
Tim officers surrounded thpm. In tlir
1 fight that followed, one outlaw es-
caped. The officers are now pursuing
i him near Eufaula.
MANY LIVES LOST
RAILROAD WRECKS CAUSE
DEATH IN TWiO COUNTRIES.
Six Lives Lost at Rawlins, Wyoming,
and Twenty-six In France Open
Switch Causes the Latter.
Rawlins, Wyo Sept. 27. In a col
lision of two freight trains In the
wesctrn part of the city at midnight,
and In the fire that folllowed, six men
are believed 'to have lost their lives.
Engineer Pat Noo Is among the dead.
A number of men were beating their
way on the train, but all save five are
accounted for. The fruit train got be
yond control of the engineer while
going down grade and had gained a
high rate of speed when It crashed
Into the roar end of a stock train.
Fifteen cars of fruit were piled on
top of Pat Noe. Live coals from the
locomotive set fire to the wreck and
the city fire department was unable
to extinguish it.
Four dead bodies have been recov
ered from the wreck. They are:
Engineer Pat Noe, Fireman James
Walsh, Paul Dayton, coal passer, and
an uultnown trnmp. It Is feared more
dead aro still in tho wreck.
Serious Wreck In France.
Paris, Sept. 27. A passenger train
between Lille and Cahlons was wreck
ed near Douit today, killing 26 out
right and injuring 20 others. The
wreck was caused by a switchman's
While Chasing a She Bear He Sprain
ed His Ankle and Lost His Way
Condition Is Serious.
Seattle, Sept. 27. Mayor Thomas
J. Humes was found this morning In
the denBe woods three miles north of
Bothell, with his ankle badly sprained.
He had become lost while following
a sue near, nnd nau iaia exposed
Thursday and Friday nights and all
day yesterday, in a drenching rain.
He had found shelter under a pile of
logs. He Is In a serious condition.
Volcanoes and Cyclones De
stroy Life and Property in
APPALLING STORM IN SICILY
MANY LIVES ARE LOST.
GOMPERS ASKS AID.
Ctrlklng Miners Will Hold Out, But
Washington, D. C, Sept. 27. Samuel
Gompers has issued an appeal to or
ganized labor which thoroughly re
Iows the anthracite strllw situation.
He says tho miners will stand firm in
the position they have taken, but need
assistance. The appeal urges all
labor unions to raise fundi and for
ward them continually to the needy
strikers until the question Is settled.
Where possible, he adlvses donations
from the treasuries and voluntary
subscriptions rather than the levying
At Scranton today tho Thirteenth
regiment is playing search lights upon
Grassy Island colliery hill to prevent
night attacks of strikers. No dis
turbances were reported today.
Volcano at Strombol a Grand and Ter
rifying Sight Fills Sea With Huye
Stones for Two and a Half Miles.
Syracuse, Sicily, Sept. 27. 'Reports
from the cyclone which swept tho In
terior of the Island, show that yes
terday's storm was appalling. One
hundred and fifty bodies havo been
recovered at Jlodica, where the great
est damage was done, while In the
open country the latest conservative
estimates place the loss of life at -100.
Rome, Sopt. 2 1. Confirmation was
received at Strombol In full of tho
eruption last night. Tho sceno was
grand and terrifying. Lava streaming
down the mountain sides and huge
holders were hurled at a groat height,
filling tho sea two and a half miles
from the shore.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I.' L. Ray & Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York, Sept. 27. Wheat was
somewhat easier today, although Liv
erpool was unchanged, 510. Re
ports from the other sldo Indlcato that
tho ilemnnd will continue good from
that quarter and as soon as tho Sep
tember deals are disposed of. look for
a more nctlvo market. Closing prlcos
were 73 New York, 0!?8 Chicago.
St. Paul, 192U'.
L. & N., 118.
Union Pacific, 107.
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Sopt. 27. Wheat, S7!?8(
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, Sept. 27. Wheat
TWENTY PEOPLE DRCWNED,
MIDDLE WEST RACING CIRCUIT.
'TWAS A JOKE.
'ollcemenfiand Made Good
iwn, O., ;Sept.f 27. A gang
oarly to'dayjblow the snfe
ssUth SharQn.tPa., and secur-
, cx,sh. i;Atter2 robbing tho
en, tourJqrJflYo In number,
,,IUiilltf'if!iOUod!and sagged Po
fCiall) " h,iandHays. Policeman
Gckef 'S.'up, arunnlng fight with
errtMsom'efdlatance, hut they
eton. ' .i
: If&fctorfcPutnatr- to Retire.
e'(U;SPPi:. 27.110 navy will
ilU HUM- ? 'T .:" m
.amlpoputar officer in Pay
Win Putnam, general storu
6tNftWYork navy yard,
ttief retiring age of 62
nas ueuu a ipiur
'service and will
ffad pay of Rear
se of the very
Jathe navy yard
scarcity of pay
iejhe may be re-
!mce for a low
ur citn ue
Max Moorehead Hold-up Story Grew
Out of "Jollying" a Bootblack.
Max Moorehead denies the story
being circulated that an attempt was
mado to hold him up on his way homu
Thursday night. The story started
from an Innocent joke and the news
was spread without those spreading
it seeing Mr. Moorehead and Investi
gating the truth of tho matter, Mr.
Moorehead says he was getting hlb
shoos blacked at a certain bootblack
stand Friday afternoon and a con
versatlon was started about the nu
microns hold-ups In town. He re
marked that au attempt was made
to hold him up while going home the
night before. Ho says he told the
story In a jocular mood and had no
Idea any one would tako, him serious
ly. Ho states absolutely that be did
not see "any susplcoiis looking char
acter on the corner of Alta and Gar
den streets" and was not "'asked for
a match" or spoken to or followed by
any one while going home Thursday
ACTRESS IS MISSING.
Laura Bigger, Who Conspired to Gain
the Bennett Millions, Escapes.
New York. N. Y Sept. 27. All ef
forts of the police to locate tho actress
Laura Bigger, who la wanted on tho
chaigo of conspiracy to illegally gain
the Bennett millions are unavailing.
Hendricks and Stanton who were ar
rested yesterday are still In jail unable
to give ball.
Long Beach, Sept. 27. Lawyers for
the Bennett heirs Intimate that tney
will produce the mother of the baby
which Laura Bigger intended to palm
off as Bennet's posthumous child, In
her plot to land.tho millionaires estate.
Theosophists to Meet,
Chicago. 111., Sept. 27. Many dele
gates and visitors are arriving for tho
sixteenth annual convention of the
Theosophical Society of America,
which opens in this city tomorrow.
The convention, which will bo tho
most Important of its kind ever held
In this country, will be in session three
days, and will be 'attended by tho r-p-resentatlves
of the society from dif
ferent parts of the world, and by del.
egates from all over the United States,
Canada, Mexico and the Hawaiian Is
lands. The general reports to be pre
sented to the convention will show
that the growth of the philosophical
movement continues at a gratifying
Pendleton thugs seem to be In hard
straits. As a last resource they are
reported as having nttempted to hold
up Fred Kemper. They will probably
attack a Pendleton newspaper roan
next. Adams Advance.
To Celebrate Church Anniversary.
Plalnfield, N. J., Sept. 27. Arrange
ments' have been perfected for the cel
ebration tomorrow of tho fiftieth an.
niveisary of St. Mary's Roman Catho
lic Church. Bishop O'Connor, of New
ark, and oilier prominent priests and
prelatcb an' hero to take part In tho
cciemonK'H of the day.
Movement to Organize Made by Mon
tana and Colorado Men.
Butte. Mont.. Sept. 27. A move
ment Is on foot among well-known
Montana turfmen, together with horse
men of Denver and Colorado Springs,
to organize a Western Racing circuit.
Races will be held at Colorado
Snrlncs. Butte and Anaconda next
year. It Is one of the biggest racing
projects In the West In many years.
and It Is understood has every chance
of going through.. Charles Clark, son
of Senator W. A. Clark, the Montana
millionaire mine owner, is said to oe
In the project.
ANENT THE CANTEEN.
General Funston Says it Has Done
Washington, Sept. 27. Brigadier
General Funston, In his annual report
on the department of the Colorado, de
clares that recent anti-canteen legisla
tion of congress has lowered tho disci
pline of the army, ruined some good j
soldiers and enriched saloon keepers,
gamblers and dissolute women. The
report announces a deplorable In
crease in offenses, particularly deser
tion, attributed to abolition of the
canteen and tho garrison life restric
tion on men returning from flold service.
Gay Yachting Cruise Terminates Fa
tally Capsized by a Squall.
Vienna, Sopt. 27. D. Jlde, a wealthy
Black Sen shipowner, toda Invited a
large party of guests for a online
pboard his now yncht. hl!o tho
party was out, a tquitll arof-c and tho
now vessel cnptlzed. Twenty of the
guests wero drowned.
Head of a Murdered Man
Thrown Into a Blazing Furnace.
BODY HORRIBLY MUTILATED
WITH A MEAT CLEAVER.
Great Falls, Mont., Sept. 27. In re
spouse to the call of the slate com
mittee the republicans of Montana are
holding their state convention InGro.it
Falls today. The principal work of
the convention is tho lomlnntlon of
candidates for congressmen and asso
ciate Justice of the supremo court.
BRYAN MAY ACCEPT
Bartender McEnerney Witnessed His
Employer Commit the Terrible
Crime and Notified the Police.
New Yoik. N. Y Sop'. 27. Tho
body of a well-drossea man, mutilated
and dismembered wns found In the
collar of a restaurant In this city
this morning. Tho proprietor was
in rested and will bo held pending an
Investigation. The body bus not been
Hat tender McErcrnoy, of tho Em
plto rostnurant nnd hotel, whero the
murder was rommlttcd hns confessed
to the police thnt ho Baw Manager
Tohln commit tho horrible crime. To
bin nil off his victim's head with a
meal cleavor and strlppol the body
of tho arms nnd legs nnd throw the
head Into a roaring furnace. Ho was
In flu- act. of disposing of tho body
when the pollco nrrlved.
The pollco first learned of tho crlmo
through a mysterious telephone mes
sage coming from nn Informant who
declined to give his linmo. Tho offi
cers Immediately went to tho sceno
and noticed tho horrlblo stench which
arose from the cellar. They threw
j the door of the furnaco open nnd saw
HIM. i the blazing bend. Other portions of
' I the body were found on tho floor of
A search for tho culprit was Imme
diately commenced and found tho tor
rifled Tohln crouching belli ml a bar
rel At headquarters ho was placed
Tells Confidential Friends That Such
a Thing Is Not Out of the Question.
Kansas City. Sept. 27. The World
today says that from statements made
by W. J. Bryan, to close friends, poll-1 in tho sweot-box and an effort mnde
tlclans are led to bcllovo that It lfi
not out of tho question that ho will
again bo a candidate for tho presiden
SCARLET FEVER NEAR ATHENA.
WILL BECOME DEMOCRATIC.
Denver Times Changes Hands and
Denver, Sept. 27. Announcement
Is made today that tho Denver Even
ing Times has been sold to United
States Senator Thomas M. Patterson
for $100,000, the change in manage-
ment to occur October 1, The Times
will be issued from the News office,
but will be an entirely separate publi
cation. It will bo changed from a re
publican to a democratic paper.
Toronto. Ont.. Sopt. 27. Thoso old-
time fistic rivals, Tim Callahan and
Jack McClelland, aro scheduled lo
come together again tonight before
the Toronto Athletic Club. The men
aro about aB evenly matched as any
two pugilists living and the good fights
they have put up on the occasion of
their former meetings In the squared
circle Is regarded as proof sufficient
that a lively go Is on the tapis for tonight.
Two Deaths From the Ravages of the
Disease In Its Worst Form.
For the reason thnt proper precau
tions wero not entertained regarding
water used In harvest, work; five of
John Meintyro'B crew, Including Mr.
Mclntyre, himself, aro down with ty
phoid nnd malarial fever.
It Is thought the disease was con
tracted by drlnklin. htngnant' watvr
hauled to camp from a deserted well.
Dan Mclntyro has been confined t
his bed with fever for some time, and
last week John Mclntyro was taken
sick. Three othors of the crow aro
also down with the fever.
Tho ravages of scarlet fever, In )'
most malignant, form, have been folt
In the family of O. V. Staggs, who n
sides on Dry creek, northeast from
Weston. Wednesday of last week.
Heulah, tho 11 -year-old daughter sur
fumbed to tho disease, and Sunday
night a little hoy died. Tho disease
was brought to the Btnggs homo by a
young lady who, while visiting In Col-
lax, was taken ill and recovered no
fore coming to Mr. Staggs". Sho says
tho physician who attended hor ding-.
nosed her dlscaso to bo tcnsllltls.--
Athena Press. I
to compel him to confess.
Tobln'H victim has been idontined
by papers found In tho basoment
whore tho crlmo wns committed, as
James Craft, a deputy serrogato, of
Olen-Covo. Long Islnnd. Tohln la non
committal and sullen, with a hang-dog
air. According to wltnesBefl, Craft
was seen to display a hugo roll of bills
In tho cafo last nlglit, leading to tho
holler that ho wna killed for tho
Rita Bell to be a Co. .test.
Paris, Sopt. Ii7. Tomnrow will
witness the ci cation b marriage of
another Amei can couni ks, when
Miss Rita Hell, of Now York will wed
Count Paul Diininion. V eb Boll Is
the dnughtor (f the fo mor American
minister to The llaguo, nr.)' Is a niece
of James Cordon ;ienn:U, who al
ways doprecalt Anierlci ns acquir
Will Prentiss Fined. j
Hessel. who Is In town today
New York, hept. 2' Miss Rlln
Hell, whose -.'urn., e to Count
Itaiiul Paranioi In ..niiriiinced to
take plsce tomoirow h Paris, Is tho
youiigOMt daughter of Mr, Isaac Bell
who was formerly Un'fid States
minister to the Nethort.nds, Mrs,
Hull and her daughters' t-pent some
time In New Yo.K last w ti'er. Count
Itaoiil Duramon Is the son o,' an Amer
ican mother, tin latror having been
Mlsh Hlaiu'lio FMIior. mui'iiler of Mrs.
William Kisher uvi sister of the Coun
tCHM Delia ClierM.lesci. Young Count
ClicredOBOH, the cousin of MIbb Hftn
HcH'k nance. Is one of tho attaches of
the Italian omhafBy at Washington
BRITISH AND AMERICAN TOBACCO
TRUSTS HAVE AMALGAMATED
Will Be Known as British-American Tobacco Company, and
Will Attempt to Control the Tobacco
Trade ot Europe.
London, Sept. 27. It is officially an
nounced thi6 afternoon that the Brit
ish and American tobacco trusts have
amalgamated, It will bo known aa
the British-American Tobaco Compa
ny. Tho British section remains un
der the same management and agrocb
to leave America alone. They will
Joiutlyepdeavor to control the tobac
co trade over all Europe.
from Milton, tells of the arrest and
finlnc of Will PrentlHs. manager of
the Milton Club, on tho chargo of sell
lug beer without a license. The trial
was beforo Recorder Ingram and tlm
linn assessed wns $200. The projrln-
tors or the club havo declared that
thev will fight tho matter and Mr.
Hesse! Ih down today arranging I't
have the trial reviewed hofcro Judge
W. R, Kills. This Is tho second arrest
of tho Club keepers within tho past
fow weeks. At the former trial they
were discharged for lack of convict
Live Bird 8hoot Tomorrow.
The Pendleton Kportinon'K Assocla
(Ion will hold their llrbt live-bird shoot
for the season on the hill south of
town Sunday, beginning at 10 o'clock
Everybody, whother belonging to tho
association, or not, Is invited out t'i
take a hand in the shooting aud all
aro assured of being treated right.
After, tho supply of birds run out blue
rocks will be shot at for awhile.
Pigskin Kickers Turn Out,
Chicago, III., Sept. 27. Among tl..
colleges and universities of the mid
dle wvat football for 1002 makes Hh
debut on the athletic stage today.
Most of the teamii have come In from
the woods and will spend tho coming
wek or two practicing ngaliiHt
Hiualler elevens before lining up for
tlm big games of tho schedule. Home
of the games on the card for today
aii as followH: University of Michi
gan vs. Albion College, at Ann Arbor;
Northwestern Unlvorslty vb, Napor
ville, at Evanstou; Minnesota vs.
Carleton, at MlnneupollH; Wlttenburg
College vh, Ohio Wesleyan, at Dela
ware, Ohio; Dos Moines Collego vs,
Highland Park College, at Dos Molnos,
lowu; NehniHka vs. Doann College, nt
Lincoln; Purdue University vs, Frank,
tin College, at Ijifayotte, Indiana,
The President Improves.
Wufchliigton, Hold. 27. President
Roosovelt's condition lg satisfactory