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DAllY EVENING EDITION
Eastern Oregon Weather
Tonight ami Thursday, Increas
Ins cloudiness; cooler.
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGOX, WEDNESDAY, OCTOUEK 1, 1902.
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A SERIOUS CHARGE.
Walter Vinton Induced 15-Year-Old
Cora Moullett to Leave Home.
Salem, Oct. 1. Walter Vlriton was
on Sunday arrested at Gervlas by
Constable J. H. Lewis, on a warrant
issued from Justice of the Peace E.
D. Horgan's court, charging him with
taking away a female under the age
of 1C years, without the consent of
her parents or guardian having con
trol over her, for purposes of prostl-
tutlon. The young man was arraign
ed before Justice Hogan at 10 o'clock
yesterday morning, pleaded ''not
guilty," and the tlmo was sot for
trial for October 7th, at 1 p. m., and
he was held in $500 bonds.
Vinton is charged with, inducing
Cora Moullett, a girl of 15 years, to
leavo her liomo on Howell Prairie,
near Salem, and elope with him to
the state of Washington, against the
wishes of the girl's mother, Mrs.
J. HAMPTON MOOR.
Almost Sure of Being President of
Republican National League,
Chicago, Oct. 1. It is almost cer
tain that the Republican league con
vention, which opens heretomorrow,
will make J. Hampton Moor Its next
president The city Is filled with ar
rivals, all favoring him.
Rear Admiral Dead.
Silver Springs, Md., Oct. 1. Hear
Admiral James Jouett died here this
morning, his death resulting from a
complication of diseases. Deceased
was 74 years of age and was retired
from active service in 1900.
SUCH IS THE VERDICT
EXPECTED FROM THE JURY.
Trial at Seattle Ended Today and
Jury Is Out Defendant Told a
Straight Story en the Stand.
Seattle, Oct. 1. The Underwood
case has gone to f.Lc Jury and a ver
dict of manslaughter is expected.
The defendant waa put on the stand
in his own behalf nnd told his version
of his baby's death. In his cross
examination. Underwood weakened in
several material plnces.
ATTACK ON CONVOY.
Soldiers at Fort Riley Will Capture a
Fort Riley, Kan., Oct. 1. Fair.
weather prevailed today and the .mil
ltary maneuvers were resumed. The
convoy attack, which was scheduled
for yesterday, will take place this
The convoy will consist of fully 100
wagons, and it is believed that the
day's work will present one of tho
mst interesting of the series of the
WRECK KILLS THREE.
Head-on Collision on Santa Fe Brings
Death to Trainmen.
Fort Worth, Tex., Oct 1. Two San
ta Fe freights collided head-on near
Gainesville last evening, resulting in
mo cieain or .Fireman W. U. Wth,
Engineers Henry Dick and James
Pangburn were fatally Injured. Fire
man M. u. Corry and Brakeman -NuO'
maker received serious Injuries. The,
two locomotives and 40 cars were
piled up by tho wreck and caught
fire, increasing the seriousness of tho
Secretary Baera New Duties.
New York, Oct. 1. John Willis
Caor, who, during tho last decade.
has been the -most prominent figure
in Christian Endeavor circles, next
to "Founder" Clark, today entered
uponhis new duties as assistant sec
retary of tho Presbyterian Board of
Homo Missions. As secretary of the
United Society of Christian Endeavor,
Mr, Baer was n powerful factor In
building up that organization and his
place will be difficult to fill. In the
12 years of his administration tho
membership of the society Increased
more than 3,000,000. and spread from
tho United Sates all over Canada and
Mexico and to England, Germany,
France, Aubtralla, South Africa and
other parts of the world.
Army Lieutenant Weds.
Netherwood, N.J., Oct 1. The
wedding took place here today of Miss
Mai Coleman, daughter of tho lat
Major Frederick W. Coloman, and
IJeutonant Clirton Carroll Carter, U.
8. A, Owing to tho recent death of
the bride's father .the weddlpg was a
quiet one attended only by relatives
and a few intimate friends.
TEDDY IKES HOLD
Asks Parties Concerned in
Coal Striked Meet Him in
A RESULT Or THE SE-
CRET CABINET MEETING.
President Says Failure of Coal Sup
ply a Matter of Vital Concern to
the Whole Country, and Seeks to
Washington, Oct. 1. At the spec
ial mooting of the cabinet at the
temporary White House at 10:30 this
morning to further consider tho meas
ures to bo taken by tho administra
tion or by the president personally
to settle the strike, Attorney-General
Knox, Secretary Itoot and Secretary
Moody and Postmaster-General Payne
were present. Shaw arrived later.
President Roosevelt Is prepared to go
to the extreme limit of his executive
authority in tho mater, but as yet Is
unable to discover any feasible plan
for federal interference. President
Roosevelt has been quietly endeavor
ing to effect a compromise, acting in
a personal capacity. It Is believed
that Secretary Root's trip to New
York Wednesday was to communicate
the president's desires i to the oper
ators and that ho submitted a report
at this mon.Ing's meeting.
Washington, Oct. 1. The cabinet
meeting was adjourned at noon today.
Secretary Shaw having arrived previ
ously. It is stated that an official
memorandum will be given out by
Secretary Cortclyou this afternoon.
Washington, Oct 1. As a result of
the conference today, tho president
has addressed Baer, Thomas, Fow
ler, Oliphant and .Markle, presidents
of the Anthracite Coal Company, as
"I should greatly like to soo you
here on Friday at 11 o'clock in regard
to. the failure In the coal supply,
which has become a matter of vital
concern to the whole nation. I have
sent a similar dispatch to President
Mitchel, of the United Mine Work
The dispatch to Mitchell was word'
ed the same, except the closing sen'
tence, as follows: "Have sent slmi'
lar to presidents Anthracite Coal com
Washington, Oct. 1. (President
Roosevelt has sent telegrams to all
tho leading coal mine operators and
to President Mitchell, icpresentlng
the miners, asking them to meet him
here at 11 o'clock Friday morning for
the purpose of consultation and with
the hope of ending tho strike.
Another Helping Hand.
Detroit, Oct. 1. President Parry
nf the National Association of Manu
ftiptnrprs r.omnosed of nrominent
business men today wired President
Mitchell that his organization would
take a hand In the attempt to settle
tho strike, If Mitchell would ap
point a miners' delegation to confer.
President Mitchell immediately re
tilled: "A committee of Ave. retire-
senting our organization, will meet
you at Buffalo, N. Y., Saturday, at
any hour you designate," President
Party fixed upon 9 o'clock as tho
hour of meeting.
TO BUILD BATTLE8HIP.
Newport News Shipbuilding Company
Makes Lowest Bid.
Washington, Ost 1. Bids for the
construction of the now battleship
Louisiana were opened at noon. Tho
lowest bid was that of tho Newport
News Shipbuilding Company of 3,-
990,000. The Union Iron Works of
San Francisco, presented a bid of $4,
150,000. MAY YOHE 18 FREE.
Legal Impediment Removed and She
May Now Marry Strong.
London, Oct. 1. Lord Francis
Hope's divorce from May Yoho was
made absolute today by Justice Jelf,
leaving no legal Impediment in the
way of the actress marrying Strong.
Another Negro Lynched.
Portland. Ark., Oct. 1. Walter Sul
livan, a negro, was lynched hero this
morning, for the crime of shooting
Dave Roddy, white.
THE POPE IS ANGRY
American Clergy Writing Him
Daily Regarding Catholic
Affairs in the Philippines.
MAY CALL THEM TO ORDER
FOR THEIR INTERFERENCE.
Some Support, Others Condemn Bis
hop Ireland's Vliws of Philippine
Matters Out of Their Jurisdic
tion. Rome, Oct 1. Letters are being re
ceived at tho Vatican dally from tho
American clergy, some supporting and
ethers opposing Bishop Ireland's
views on the Catholic affairs In the
Philippines. It was announced today
that the popo is much displeased
thereat and Is considering whether or
not the time is opportuno for calling
tho American clergy to order. Tho
popo regards tho Philippine affairs as
being entirely out of their Jurisdic
tion. TOO MUCH JOHNSON.
In the Ohio Campaign to Suit the Re.
Cleveland, O., Oct 1. Tom L. John
son is meeting, with great success in
his tour of tho state, and is making
all kinds of converts nt Ms big politi
cal camp meetings held In tho mas
One of tho latest converts to ex
press himself as being of the same
opinion is the auditor of Hancock
"Yes, I believe you are right in all
that you say in regard to railroad
taxation nnd In regard to tho had
ethics of auditors riding on passes."
Thus spoke Surrel P. DoWolfe, aud
itor of Hancock county to Mayor
Johnson. Mr. DeWolfo's statement
was mora startling than it appears at
first glance. Ho is a republican and
is one of the auditors who were most
bitterly antagonistic to Mr. Johnson
at the famous meeting in Cleveland.
Ho even voted to exclude Mr. John
ron and Professor Eemls from tho
room while tho deliberations of tho
nrsesslng boards were in progress.
Bearing this In mind, Mr. Johnson
naturally looked forward to a lively
"scrimmage" with Mr. DeWolfe,
when ho met him in his homo town,
but tho earstwbile fire-eater was as
mild as milk. Ho at once told Mr.
Johnson that his views had radically
changed, and that he now believed
thnt tho mayor was right on every
Portland Reformer Called Down.
Portland, Oct. 1. Grant McKay,
who has been posing as a reformor In
the cojnmunlty, and been active in
his efforts to bring about tho early,
and Sunday closing of every lino of
business In Portland, was yesterday
called dovn by District Attorney
Chamberlain. For the past month
McKay has made tho life of tho pros
editing officer a burden by his con
tinual efforts to have the official start
on the campaign of reform. Yester
day he wa3 called down. It Is said
that the so-called reformer has a rec
ord of penitentiary life, bigamy and
a few other crimes. Mr. Chamhorlaln
Informed him of theso Incidents and
stated that if he wanted warrants
sworn out for the violations of the
minor ordinances, to get a reputable
citizen to do It
Grain Dealer Meet at Peoria.
Peoria, 111., Oct. 1. Members of
Uie Grain Dealers' National Assocla
tion, some 2000 In number, gathered
In Peoria today for their annual con
vention. The headquarters of tho
meetings are at Hotel Fay, while the
business sessions are to bo held In
the Coliseum. The meetings will con
tinue through Friday. John Hydo,
statistician of the United States agri
cultural department, will address the
convention on tho subject of "Crop
Statistics," and a number of other
prominent speakers will be neara.
Secretary George A. Stebblns, reports
an Increased membership and a wid
ening lnfluenco for the association,
Good Year For Shipbuilding.
Cleveland. O.. Oct. 1. Tho annual
meeting of (he American Shipbuilding
Company was held In Cleveland to
day. The statement of earnings sub
mitted to tho" stockholders showed n
very successful year.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray & Co., Pendle
ton, ChlcaQo Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.,
New York, Oct 1. Wheat was
strong today and advanced a full cent
over last nlghtV close. Liverpool was
up U, 5 9Tsi. Now York opened at
73 nnd closed at 74W. being tho
extreme prices of the day. Corn ad
vanced nearly two cents. Now that
the September deals aro disposed of,
wo look for better markets. Closing
of wheat: New York, 714; Chicago,
St Paul, 192.
U fu N., 139.
Union Pacific, 10G,4. .
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Oct. 1. Wheat Decem
Wheat In San FraneUco.
San Frnncosca, Oct. 1. Wheat
Cheerful Outlook For Tigers.
Princeton, N. J.. Oct. 1. Princeton
begins Its football season hero tlilh
afternoon with n gnmo against tho
Swarthtnoro Collogo eleven. Captain
Davis believes ho has n winning tenm
tills year nnd Is anxious to hpo tho
showing tho men mnko against tho
visitors. For nearly n month tho
Princeton players have been training
faithfully and appear to ho In splen
did condition. Tho season's schedule
provides for ten games. Neither
Pennsylvania nor Harvard Is Includ
ed in the list, but Yalo and Columbia
will be tackled lato In tho season.
SERIOUS SHEEP WAR
ARMED RANGE RIDERS MAY
SHED BLOOD IN WYOMING,
Sweetwater Range Association Sends
Men to Head Off Foreign Bands of
Sheep From Their Lands.
Chflyenno, Wyo., Oct. 1. Thu sweet
water Range Association, which re
cently leased a half million acres
of grazing land hi Southwestern wyo
mlng has eont out a largo armed
force of men to act ub range riders
and Intercept soveral foreign bands
of shcop, which nro headed towards
tno ground leased by tho association
Feeling runs high regarding tho mat
ter and as bath sldos aro obstinate
and determined, blood-shed Is fcutod,
SHAW WILL OUTLINE PLAN8.
His Scheme for Relief of Money Sys
tern to Be Made Known to Banks.
Washington, Oct. I. Secretary
Shaw will today lssuo a circular let
ter Informing banks of tho detail
plans proposed for tho relief of tho
money system. Ho. has decided that
in accepting securities other tnan
government bonds, nothing will ho ac
cepted but state and municipal bond
NATIONAL OBSEQUIES DENIED.
But M, Chaumle Will Represent Gov
ernment at Zola's Funeral.
Paris, Oct. 1. At tho ministerial
council this morning It wuh decided
not to give national obsequies at Zo
la's funeral. M, Chauml will, how
ever, reprefcont tho government and
deliver a speech In eulogy of the do
PRESENT YOUR CARD8.
Young Women of 8t Paul Will Not
Marry Any But Union Men.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct, 1. Tho young
women of tho Clerks' Union have
completed arrangements for tho or
ganization of a girls' leaguo, In which
every member will picugo norsoir to
refuse absolutely to receivo alien
tlons from any but men with "oardH."
BIGGER STILL MISSING.
James A. Corbett Will Ball Her Out
If She la Arrested.
Ixng Branch, Oct. 1, -Actress
liura Bigger has not yot been arrest
ed. It Is understood that pugilist
James J, Corbett and friends have
plenty of money to ball out tho ac
tresH If she surrenders or Is arrest
ed. Half Fares For Children.
Chicago, III., Oct. 1. After a long
fight the Chicago Union Traction
Company has capitulated to tho popu
lar demand for half faros for children
on the various street car lines con
trolled by tho company. The now
schedule effective today provides that
passengers more than soven or less
than 12 years old will be carried for
half the regular five-cent fare.
DEVERY OUT OF IT
Ousted From ,Now York Con
vention by 'Overwhelming
Vote-Hill Against Him.
WILD SCENESS IN THE
SARATOGA CONVENTION HALL
Begged Hill to Prevent His Being
Thrown Out, But the Demoeratlo
Leader Was First to Vote Against
Saratoga, N. Y Oct. 1 Thoro was
a sensatlonnl sceno In tho convention
nt noon today, when Dovory and
Goodwin, delegates from tho ninth
district, wore both thtown out of tho
convention. Tho report of tho com
mitten on credentials raised a furious
storm In tho convention nnd amid the
tremendous uproar, Dovory forced his
wny to tho platform, wl.oro tho chair
man and officers sat Ho appealed In
a characteristic speech to David B.
Hill, ns tho leader of tho party to pre
vent tho barring of tho ninth district
A mlnorltj' report of tho crodontlals
committee doclnred for tho big chief.
Dovory demanded a roll call of the
convention dolegntcs nnd his demand
was granted. Hill cast tho first voto
for tho nflllrmntlvo on tho question of
accepting tho mnjorlty report, which
carried, 122 for amrmntlvo; 21, nega
tive. Amid profound silence, in
strange contrast to tho previous up
toar, Dovory rose slowly from his
seat and followed by his friends, loft
Favors Government Ownership.
Saratoga, Oct. 1. The domocrntlc
platform, In process or formation
here, declines for national ownership
and operation of tho nnthraclto coal
mines by right of omlncnt domain.
In addition to ownership of nnthra
clto mines, tho platform demnnds
thnt there bo placed on tho freo list
trusts nnd monopolies and condemns
the necessarlos of life; arraigns
tho adinlnlttrntlon's Philippine poli
cy, which It. declares Is vaclllntlng
Coler for Governor.
Surntogn, Oct. 1. Bird S. Color was
noinluntcd for governor by tho demo,
crntlo convention, and much enthusi
asm was imuilfoatcd over his surcoss.
SEARCH FOR A TREA8URE.
Community Near Petroleum Looking
for Dead Man's Wealth.
JjO. Grando. Oct. 1. William Iioud,
an aged miser, who lived with his sis-
tor near Petroleum, Is dend. A fow
days ago ho wont to on 80-ncro tract
nf woods near his homo and burled
$25,000 In bonds nnd currency. Loud
and two sisters madu nn agrcomcnt
that thoso who died wero to will
their money to tho survivors. Ono
sister died, and Loud became con
vinced that tho surviving sister and
a blind man wore going to steal his
money, Tho entire community U
now engaged In digging over tho
land. Whllo on his deathbed ho
laughed and snld tho money undor
the treo would not do any ono any
Hatfhery Site For Ontario,
Halter City, Oct, 1.- -Governor Geor
Secretary of State Dunbnr nnd State
I'ish Commissioner Van Dusen Imvo
broil at Ontario looking oyer tho
ground with a vlow to establishing n
statu fish hatchory on tho Snake
river near that place. Tho location
of tho Oregon fl'h hntrhery t'n h
Idaho side nf tho Snuko river was
the occasion of a protest from the
citizens of Ontario, last spring, and
tho present tour of Inspection, on the
part of thu Stntn Pith Comuilnd n at
this time waH for thu purnoM) of rem
edying this defect if possible.
Director For 1005 Fair.
Baker City, Oro-. Oct 1. Tho name
of John Waterman has been suggested
arf ono of the directors of the Lewis
and Cluilt Imposition from I&utern
Oregon. Mr. Watermun Is ono of the
leading financiers of this city, and he
takes a keen Interest In everything
that Is calculated to advance tho In
terest of this section of the state.
Boiler Explotlon Kills Four,
Rocky Hill, Ky., Oct. l.A mill
mller exploded here this morning,
killing tho proprietor, Jesse Itluulow,
his son, Allen, Charles Krum, and