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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OKEGON, TUESDAY, OCTOUE1? 28, 1002.
Led Men Take $4,-
fam Bank -At Prairie
HABCES OF DYNA.
illTE WERE NECESSARY.
faking Escape Robbers Fired
Lr of Shots to Terrify the
i Attracted to Scene.
Linen Iowa. Oct. 28. Four
Ln robbed the Pralrlo City
Eik of $4,000 at 4 o'clock this
Eight charges or nynamuc
ucsirv in blow the safe onon.
their escape, the rob-
I o mirnhnr nf shots to teirl-
ftzens, who were attracted to
IOC WAS DELICIOUS.
lis Play a Huge Joke on the
Etrs of the Senatorial Commls
Made Them Eat Dog.
lulu, Oct. 10. via San Francis-
28. United States Senator
of Oregon, Foster, of Wash-
and Burton, of Kansas, were
cat dog not political dog,
cooked canine. Those who
hority for the story declare
senators ate the fare with a
Itiil called for more. '
arty attended a regular Hawa-
fcau. Everytning was wen
nd the party partook of every
jsome of this, meat, senators,"
pator Burton to his colleagues.
Imply delicious." "Strange how
awahans have learned the art
Bng pig. I never tasted such
roast pig In my life," sata
pther senntors tasted of the
Ed declared It excellent. But
was one of the famous Ha-
NlSTER OF COMMERCE.
Government Gives Great
to New Viceroy Will Make
ITsen, Oct. 28. Yuan ShIUal
appointed minister of com-
I with greater power than any
viceroy. He will doubtless
r to work many reforms to-
Wiling the American com-
pbrirlans at Indianapolis.
papolis, Ina., Oct. 28. The In-
Jbtary Association openen its
i annual meeting at the state
aday. The mooting will con-
fcmorrow. The speakors at the
tesslon wore Jennie Elrod,
fMDOlls, president of the asso-
i "erica Hoagland, library or
otlMlua, wjj0 spoke of the
iwwwitttln Indiana for 1902;
prinremg, nho submitted .a ro
ue Amwlun T.lhrarv ..lSSO-
meetln flt Miiimnlln nnrl An
fHubbanl, of the state library,
"1 311 nlerMlInf nnnor In rfif-
titts for a Small llhrarv. Offl-
rr 'ie will be chosen to-
Cholera In MiHj-Hnn
111. n xiiiiunupw,
Oct. 28. The Cholera Is
P'.t foothold on the
M Mindanao. It Is expected to
i mere. i i., -i,. u i..
Bian0. It rnnlltiim. t ho linil
Province of Hollo, Island of
OUt It In IL.t.i .' .1 T.
Hi.. "5l. lilBUWIlUIU. At
""appeared from Mnnlln Tlifi
rPrted up to dnto exceed 100,-
Chicago Art Pvhlhl
trti.f. i.. Ul wors ny Amen
,7' opened today at the
Id ," ""wuhj, is pronounced
asnt.ii e tho largest and most
held i ii,r-S - 'on--0I -us K,na
ri. , Yesl- mo ioremost
Mi 7L . .havo 8e"t their best
K "le Amer can m-iuin r .dHont
'Waiio. i; 5 Ulum uan ftioicners
itU nJSw.en' be'nB Particular-
Floor). j " .
P verai' : l aDm' '?
'e have r-
tA uonu renewea eartn
' jocta at mem, Umbria.
KILLED BY HOGS.
Well Known Farmer of Multnomah,
Meets a Horrible Death.
Portland, Oct. 28. J. B. Gilbert, a
woll known farmer living near tho
Seven-Mile Post on the Base Line
road, was killed by a boar Sunday
night, as a result of his having at
tempted to stop a fight between two
of his hogB. The boar, which is a vic
ious animal, bit through an artery In
his leg, and the unfortunate man
Jumped Into another pen. It is believ
ed, to save himself. He was found
dead at noon yesterday by his broth-or-ln-law,
his body having been par
tially eaten by the hogs, so that it
was hardly recognizable.
Much of the Information concerning
his death Is only guesswork. It Is
supposed that he went Into the pen
to separate two of the hogs and stop
tholr fighting; and that while so en
gaged one thrust him through the
leg, striking an artery. From the
place ln which he was discovered, it
is supposed that he had strength
enough left to climb Into another pen,
but the loss of blood was so great
that he was unable to save himself
and lay down to die, while the hogs
gathered around and consumed his
When ho did not appear his family
were considerably alarmed, but did
not think of searching for him around
tho farm. At noon yesterday bis
brother-in-law, I. M. Kdwards, found
the remains of Mr. Gilbert in the
He was a man 50 years of ago and
leaves a wife and three children. The
coroner went to the scene of the
trouble this afternoon and is now ar
ranging Jo hold an Inquest. Mr. Gil
bert had made a specialty ol raising
fine hogs, but formerly had difficulty
with' the boar supposed to have caus
ed his death. At 3 o'clock today no
arrangements had been made for the
TO ENFORCE DEMAND
SULTAN RECOMMENDED TO
GRANT RELIGIOUS REFORMS,
Peace Must be Preserved In Macedo
nia and Armenia or the Powers Will
Vienna, Austria, Oct. 28. Dis
patches from Constantinople say that
the Russian embassador has recom
mended that the sultan grant such re
ligious reforms in Macedonia and Ar
monla as will best preserve peace
there. The recommendation carries
with It a threat that unless such con
cessions are made the powers will
enforce the demand.
NEWSPAPER MAN HONORED.
Correspondent Appointed. Governor
of the Province of Isabella.
Washington, Oct. 28. A cable from
Manila today says that Philip Din
widdle, a well-known American news
paper correspondent, has been ap
pointed by the Philippine commis
sion as governor of the Province of
Isabella, one of the largest and rich
est on the Island of Luzon.
NOTED PHY8ICIAN DEAD.
Caught Tuberculosis by Treating a
Patient In Hospital.
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 2S. Doctor
Daniel Hughes, for fourteen years
the chief physician in the Philadel
phia hospital, died this mornln? of
tuberculosis, the direct result, It Is
claimed, of treating an afflicted patient.
New Bishop of Cheyenne.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 28. The Ro-
mart nnrhnMn nnthpdml in thlfl City
was the scene of notable ceremonies
today on the occaslop of the consecra
tion of Rev. Father Keane, as bishop
before the hour
set for the beginning of the service,
9:30 o'clock this morning, me eaince
was crowded to the doors and iiany
persons desirous of witnessing the
ceremonies were unable to obtain ad
mission. The procession which pre
ceded the opening of the services In
cluded priests and prelates from all
ports of the Northwest. Archbishop
Ireland acted as consecrator, assisted
by Bishop McGolrlck, of Duluth, and
Bishop Shanloy, of Fargo. Tho ser
mon was dollvered by Bishop O'Gor
man, of Sioux Falls. An elaborate
musical service was endered by the
Rev. John M. Starlha also conse
crated bUhop of Lead, S. D.
Willing to Arbitrate.
Paris, Oct. 28. Premier Combes
has received tho consent of two coal
companies to arbitrate with th$ union
coal miners now on a strike.
IE PRESIDENT WELL URGE
BETTERLflWS FOR ALASKA
A Paragraph of His Message Will Concern With Mines
DELEGATION OF ALASKANS, HEADED BY CONGRESS
MAN WOOTEN, CALL UPON HIM TODAY.
Present President With Gigantic Mounted Moose Head With Which He
1 L. I . . f- I I I taifii nt.. I i- a. ltili it r" I I n -
X ib nignijr r-icasca ana win riac c u on inc wan ot inc uining noom
of the White House.
Washington, Oct. 28. President
Roosevelt, In his annual message to
congress, will devote a paragraph
urging the passage of better mining
Jaws and better provisions governing
the public lands in Alaska. A dele
gation from Alaska called at the tem
porary White House this morning, es
corted by Congressman Wooten, of
Texas, who acted as their spokes
man. After explaining Alaska's needs,
they presented to President Roosevelt
a gigantic moose head and a cabinet
made of gold and copper ore. The
president was highly pleased. He
will place the head on tho wall of the
White House family dining room.
After the Alaskans left, he conferred
with and dictated to Secretary John
Cortelyou on the Alaskan matter.
Well Known Farmer of Orovllle, Foul
ly Murdered by Hobos.
Loomls, Wash., Oct. 28. "Old man
Campbell," a well known farmer liv
ing near Orovllle, was foully murder
ed a few nights ago. Wednesday
morning last his body was found out
side his cabin with a large bullet hole
ln the head. The wound was in the
base of the skull, indicating hat
Campbell nad teen snot from bemnd
while about to enter his little cabin.
He was fully dressed and his hat lay
beside where he fell.
Campbell had some trouble about a
week ago with some hobos, and last
Monday night his haystack was fired.
It Is presumed this act was committed
by the same persons who afterwards
laid in waiting for the old man and
shot him to death. No clue is obtain
able as to the guilty persons and
Campbell gave but meager particu
lars of trouble with the hobos. He
lived alone on his ranch.
Campbell was a well known rancher
and owned quite a valuable place.
He was a hale, hearty old man and
generally liked. Little Is known of
his history previous to his coming to
his coming to Orovllle three years
The coroner's jury returned a ver
dict of death at the hands of persons
AFFAIRS IN COLOMBIA.
Considerable Fighting Going on In the
Interior Revolutionists Become
Active on Withdrawal of Troops.
Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 28. The
German steamer Percynla reached
here today from Colon, Colombia. Her
officers report that considerable
fighting Is going on in the interior of
that country, the revolutionists tak
ing advantage of the withdrawal of
the government troops for service on
At Savanllla the government sol
diery are dying at an alarming rate
from fever. While the Percynia was
moored at Savanllla there were on
the pier the bodies of several soldiers
who had died there and the remains
had not boon removed.
Disease Is rife on that side of the
coast. The ship's officers had to
check their own cargo at Savanllla
and, then do other work themselves,
in which the Colombians were gener
ally employed. The situation on the
isthmus remains the same.
Fireman Instantly Killed and the En
gineer Fatally Injured.
Missoula, Mont, Oct. 28. Fireman
Thomas P Sears is dead, Engineer A.
L. Bussey probably fatally Injured,
three engines demolished to junk and
a freight train well nigh destroyed
by a head-on collision on tho the
'iJt is charged by trainmen that a
felcpy operator or a faulty despatch
lng caused the wreck.
An engine, running light, collided
head on with an extra freight train
drawn by two mountain engines. Fire
man Thomas P. Sears, with the ad
vance freight train locomotive, was
hurled beneath the wreckage of three
locomotives and a score of freight
cars and was instantly killed, and his
engineer, A. Bussey, was so seriously
injured that he will die. Bussey was
brought to the company's hospital
here, scalded about the chest. No
others were Injured.
Gives Detailed Acount of Samar Ex
pedition Recommends Increase of
1056 Men in Marine Corps.
Washington, Oct. 28. The annual
report of General Heywood, comman
der of tho United States marine corps
made public today, was received at
the war department this morning.
The report urges that It be Increased
by 105G men and a material Increase
In officers. It gives a detailed ac
count of General Waller's Samar ex-
pcdltlon, but makes 'no comment
either upon Waller or Smith. It ree
ommends that the term of service for
officers in the Philippines be limited
to two years on account of the cli
ROBBERY AT PITTSBURG.
Thieves Got Only $300 Expected to
Get $40,000, as it Was Pay Day.
Pittsburg, Oct. 28. The office of
the Westmoreland Coal Company was
robbed by six masked men last night.
They struck the night watchman over
the head, bound and gagged him and
took him out of the offlco when they
discharged the dynamite under the
safe. They took only $300. The
thieves expected to get 'MO.000, which
was supposed to be on hand, this
morning being pay day.
IN FAVOR OF HERBERT.
Declares Boer Generals Will Visit the
London. Oct 28. General Dewet
Informed a press representative yes
terday that he would sail for South
Africa on November 23. He said:
Botha ana Delarey still intend paying
a visit to America."
Jury in Libel Case Gave a Verdict for
Plaintiff for $1o,000.
New York, Oct. 28. The Jury in
the case. of Victor Herbert, the musi
cal composer, for damages against the
Musical Courier, which called him a
musical plrato without any originali
ty, reported at noon. It gave a ver
dict in favor of the plaintiff for f 16,
Four-Fifths Wheat Sold.
San Francisco, Oct. 28. The grain
commissioner of tho State of Wash
ington reports that four-fifths of the
nrnn nf tt9. halt tlPPfl Rold.
This beats any previous record and Is,
tho earliest selling Known.
Actress Critically III.
New York, Oct. 28. Marie Dress
ier, tho actress, Is ln a very critical
condition this afternoon and death Is
expected at any time.
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Oct 28. Wheat 72
Because He Objected to a Drunken
Man Kicking His Instruments.
Sandpolnt, Idaho, Oct. 28. At C;15
o'clock this morning while Poo
Wright was waiting at tho depot for
the North Coast IJmlted Mike Fair
weather shot him In the leg, the hall
going through and touching the bone.
Dee Wright, who Is In the government
employ as engineer and timber esti
mator, having with him at the time
some very valuable Instruments In
satchels at the depot, was heading for
Spokane. Fnlrweather had been drink
lng all night and while at tho depot
began to kick around Wright's sur
veying Instruments, whereupon
Wright asked him to stop, hut t air-
weather kept on and It became ne
cessary for Wright to walk up to him.
Falrweather then stopped off a few
feet and pulled his gun and shot
Wright. Falrweather was shortly
thereafter arrested and Is now In
Sheriff Dyers custody and tho pre
liminary hearing will be had tomorrow
morning. Wright's wound Is not ser
ious and Is under Dr. Pago's caro.
Mike Falrweather came hero from
Spokane about a month ago. taking a
position with the Humhird Lumber
Company as stenographer. He was
discharged since then. Ho has been
employed as bartender ln two or more
To Visit South Africa.
London, Oct. 28. It Is officially an
nounced that Colonial Secretary
Chamberlain has decided personally
to visit South Africa and examine1
on the spot tho problems presented
by the termination ot the war and the
settlement of affairs In tho new colo
nics. King Edward has given his ap
proval of this plan, which, It Is said,
has also tho full approval ot Premier
Balfour and the cabinet.
MUTINY IN SPAIN
MARCHED FORTH CHEERING
Troops at Valencia Make Demonctra
tlon in Favor of the Republican
Movement Were Flogged.
Madrid, Oct 28. The garrison at
Valencia mutinied today and marched
forth cheering for the republic. They
wero arrested and flogged.
From a close friend of Sagasta
comes a positive statement that tho
premier will resign In November,
lie will probably bo succeeded by the
minister of tho interior.
TELEGRAPHERS TO STRIKE.
Demanded Pay Equal to That Paid
by the Northern Pacific May Tie
Spokane, Oct. 28. Telegraphers
along the whole system of tho Great
northern railroad havo made demands
for an Increase In wages, and al
though tho demand has been In the
hands ot the railway officials over a
month, no attention has as yet been
paid to It Samuel Winter, of this
city, general chairman of tho Order
of Railway Telegraphers, wltn jurlB
diction extending over tho entire
road, Is waiting with more or less pa
tlenco for some sort of a reply. Op-
orators say that If tho company does
not comply with tho demands there
will bo a strike that will tie up the
road from St. Paul to tho Pacific
ARRIVE AT ADEN.
English Transports Arrive With
Troops to Commence Operations
Against the Mad Mullah.
Aden. Egypt. Oct. 28. The trans
port Harding, from Bombay, has ar
rived wltbh tho grenadiers and Bom
bay rifles aboard to commence ag
gressive operations against the Mad
Mullah ln Somallland.
South Carolina State Fair.
Columbia, S. C Oct, 28. Tho an
nual state fair opened auspicious. y
today and will continue through tho
remainder or the week. The exhibits
In all departments are numerous and
of a high class and an unusually large
attendance Is expected by the management.
To Proceed Against Bacalod.
Manila, Oct. 28. General Sumner
has completed his Inspection of the
proposed roadway from Illgan to Lako
Ijinao, Mindanao, Ho will return to
Zamboanga within a week, and then
will go to Camp Vlckors to organize
and start the expedition against the
sultan of Dacolod.
HIT BY AUTOMOBILE
Trolley Car at Yonkers Col
lides With a Racer and Is
TWENTY TWO PEOPLE
ON CAR ARE INJURED.
Occupants of Car Escape Without In
Jury Accident Occurs Near Grey
stone. Now York, Oct. 28. A trolley car
and nn automobile collided at Yon
kers Sunday and 22 passengers on tho
car wero Injured. It Is believed none
will die. The ncrident occurred In
front of Greystono, the homo ot the
late Snmuel Tllden. Thoso most seri
ously hurt and who wero taken to a
Miss Morlo MacLlntock, of Mount
Miss Wonoma 11. Bailey, of Now
York, shoulder and body cut and
Kate Calanan, Yonkers, scalp
wound and bruised.
Others of tho Injured ljad tholr
wounds dressed and went to tholr
A man and two women, who occu
pied tho automobile, and whoso names
could not bo ascertained, together
with tho chaffcur, escaped Injury.
Tho driver of tho motor car Bald
ho was runnlDg tho track of tho trol
ley lino when tho car ran Into him
from behind. Tho motorman says the
autnniobllo while going down grade,
swerved onto tho track, and bofoi
it could get off his car boro down
upon It and hit tho machine. When
tho car struck tho automobile It loft
tho tracks and turned over In the dl
TPetlmrf-Greystono. Had ft gone to
tho other side of tho road It would
havo been thrown over a proclplce
80 or 90 feet to tho Newark Central
tracks. Tho automobile was but
slightly damaged. '
CURES 8NAKE BITE.
Antitoxin Invented by Dr. Flexner,
Given Patient Bitten by Ratt'cr
No III Effects.
Philadelphia, Oct. 28. Dr. Simon
Flexner, tho noted toxlcologlst of the
University of Pennsylvania, has ful
ly demonstrated o na human subject
tho ability to cure the rattlesnako'i
bite by means of antitoxin. A patient
inoculated immediately after bolnt
bitten by a huge, venomous rattler,
suffered no 111 effects,
Theodore Roosevelt on "The Preel.
Heforu his nomination for the vleo
presldenry, Theodora Roosovolt wrote
expressly for Tho Youth's Companion
an nrtlelo on "Tho Presidency." It
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Its author would bo soon be called
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Besses extraordinary Interest, and wl'l
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Bhadcs ot political opinion,
A 28-page Prospoctus of tho 1U0J
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Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, Oct. 28. Wheat
11.3001.34 per cental.
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entire mother lode.
Price, 15c Per Share
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