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DAILY EVENING EDITION
Eastern Oregon Weather
Tonight ami Saturday
clomly; cooler tonight.
PENDLETON", UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, Pit I DAY, OCTOBER 1, 1902.
tnts Between Cornwal
Ifr ATTEMPT AT
Wjrtlilp Carlo Alberto Ar-
L cape Breton This Morning
It),, Famous Italian Inventor,
rvt 31. The Italian
parin Alberto with Marconi
I arrived off Glaco Bay, Capo
(tils morning, according to a
bpateh received at tne Marco-,
L In IMc .P1V. i n B UltUKB LUU
I, nf the most extensive ex
Is ever attempted by wireless
U. Mnrrnnl Will SDeUd tne
VUJi - -
tn riavs arranging for expert
Cornwall and Novc
r" - -
E Thfi first attempts or me
fclMtlon of a message la full
Inade the first of next week,
ftRST CABLE MESSAGE.
tith Pacific Line Received by
King This Morning.
on, Oct. 31. The first cable
e sent over the British Impe-
:Ific cable was received at the
!ham palace this morning.
Final Tests Today.
rla, B. C, Oct. 31. Although
patch was sent the king by
company has not been for-
turned over The final tests
ng made today.
Ball Pending Decision of Su
rson N. .T. (Int. 31. William
(en, the English anarchist, and
h Grossman, the New 1 orK an-
onnvlptpri nf rlnt nnil mallc-
Ischief as leaders of a mob dur
silk dyers" disturbance last
ere this mornlnc sentenced to
trans nt hni-ri InVinr. The coun-
the accused applied for a writ
r, which was granted. J. no nan
a nt ?ow each, penuing tne
finnrf'K l-vlpw rf Vio PflRA
i Immediately stepped forwnrd
It up the cash.
IOED FOR UNITED STATES.
Bring Doukhobors, Footsore and
yWng, on Their Way South.
on, Assinobola, Oct. 31. The
Jig Doukhobors are only 30
this morning on route
Sinalpeg. They arc In a terrl-
i from lack of food nnd the
itch. Since leaving home they
MUien of no substantia! meat
to morning. The mounted po
int district have been mob-
tiiUl follow the zealots who.
toatu?ted, will go south Into
P WIT BATTLEFIELDS.
"it flooieveit and Partv Leave
Winston for Two Days' Out-
Non, Oct 31. President
t secretary Hoot, It. Rixey,
"MM ! Secretary John Cortelyou
' tO Man&RSa Vn l.tn Mranlnr
1 "Wars' nnl, 111 ..IMf
ttleJelds " .
NED MORE FUNDS.
r CommiUee' Says the Fire Suff.
f " v"uula "e Given More Aid.
Ifow.r ' lne governor to aid
the, . ? 6u1erers, announces
tot ir.r . n8: .Tl,?
Families 1111 w,llcn 10 &"
Return in ri,..j
IhJlu' 0ct: "--John Redmond
today nmQ 80n' salled for En6"
fc Tntn ?" .n ai)d Wavltt will re,
Lot nf vajiij
f ",,u -eese.
wMta no and Joe
a thdr Jr,," nome thla evening
Nl niver T hUnt on th0
h that w fc.Thar ent word
! durine thai .J1 "ea over 100
e rilS the r three W stay
plentiful. ney Bay eeese are
Delegates Present From All Parts of
Europe and America.
Vienna, AuRtrla, Oct. 31. The an
nual Zionist conference opened here
today. Delegates are present repre
senting all Europe and America, Pres
ident Herzel reported that negotia
tions with Turkey regarding the set
tlements of Jews in Palestine had
been in progress the ontlre year with
out any result.
FEARS A REVOLT.
Turkey Hands Pirate Leaders Over to
Italy and Now Fears the Arabs.
Constantlnoble, Turkey, Oct. 31.
The three Ited Sea pirate leaders have
been handed over to the Italian au
thorities. Turkey now fears a revolt
of Arabs, but has probably averted
trouble with Italy.
LIST Ml IF IE
Sanderson Well Received Last Night With Lecture on
"The Mission and Work of the Teacher,"
Mrs. Norris Asks to Be Appointed to
Handle Carl Schubert's Estate.
Mrs. Charles Norris Is in town to-
liny from Athena filing a petition ask-
ing to be appointed administratrix of
the estate of Carl Schubert, deceased.
Mr. Schubert, who was 74 years of
ago, passed away at his home near
Athena Tuesday, leaving an estate of
$23,000. Mrs. Norris was accompa-
nled by Will M. Peterson, who is at
torney for the estate.
DENIES PURCHASING POISON
FOUND IN THE BOTTLE,
Says He Had No Enmity Against Cor-
nish, ut Admitted Having Trouble
New York, Oct. 31. A sensation in
the Molineux trial today was created
when the defendant was put on the
stand as a witness. Governor Black,
lils attorney, In calling the witness,
told the jury he would be able to
prove the prisoner innocent of every
charge of circumstantial evidence
brought againBt him. Molineux was'
self-contained and apparently confi
dent he would be freed. He denied
purchasing the poison found in -the
bottle or of having any knowledge
of the character of poison used or any
enmity toward Cornish. He frankl)
admitted having had trouble with him
but said he soon forgot It.
BODY OF FATHER M'KINNON.
Sheridan Arrives From Manila With
Troops and Remains of Former
San Francisco, Oct 31. The trans
port Sheridan has arrived and brought
the body of Father McKinnon, super
intendent of schools of Manila, and
former chaplain of the First Califor
MORE STOCK SHIPMENT.
Eleven Cars of Sheep for Chicago
Other Stock Moving. i
Last evening six more carloads of
cattle went out over the W. & C. R.
railroad for Seattle and this evening
one carjoad will go to the same place.
In addition to the cattle this evening
11 cars of sheep will leave the W. &
R. stock yards for Chicago. The
sheep are being shipped by James
The next shipment in sight fou the
same lino is to go out Sunday even
ing. Then Lonergan will ship two
cars of cattle and Thompson will
ship one car to Seattle. On the 3d,
eight cars have been ordered by Elgin
for cattle to be shipped to the Sound.
Qunrlm- nffnrnnnn nt 4 n'plnok. fl
meeting will be held at the Commer
cial Association rooms lor tne pur-
n nf ( t, f nt 1 n ,r , n vminir man nf
interesting the young men of this city
in establishing a gymnasium in con
nection with the Commercial Associa
tion. It is the plan of those who have
the matter in hand, .to double the
membership of the association, estab
lish a gymnasium, which is much
needed in tnis city, ami reuuee me
mnnthiv rin pr an that membership
will be within the reach of all.
Everyone Interested in tne matter
cordially Invited to be present.
17nmnmftni"Riinr1av tit 4 TV m. at
the Commercial Association rooms."
Removing 8now 8heds.
The O. R. & N. Railroad Company
CAmnvltiir tVtn rninnr flhprla fllOU? itS
linn In Ptrlna nnnrnn Rnntll of UnlOU.
They have concluded that the ubo of
the rotary snow plow makes it un
necessary to longer maintain these
A largo audience was present at
the court house last evening, despite
the storm, to hear Dr. Sanderson's
lecture before the Institute.
While the teachers had listened to
one of the greatest orators In the Pa
clfic Northwest the previous night
they were by no means disappointed
last evening. Dr. Sanderson proved
himself to be not only a deep think
er, but a good talker, and his address
was regarded as among the best
treats of the present session of the
Miss Sanderson's hoop drill" in cal
esthenlcs whs also Interesting and en
joyed by the audience.
The male quartet from the high
school, which furnished the music for
the ocasion, made a great hit with
the visitors. The quartet Is made up
of the following young men: Lee
Williams, Fred Hartman, Doll Mc
Carty. Byron Hawks.
Dr. Sanderson's address was in part
The Mission and Work of the Teacher.
For every vocation In life a cer
tain previous training Is both presup
posed and demanded. If a man claim
to deal with the disposition of prop
erty and to defend the contested
rights of men we demand that he
should have studied law. If he claim
to deal with the diseases of the human
body and practice the healing art, we
Insist that he should know something
of anatomy, and the properties of
medicine, and that for a certain
length of time he should have walked
the hospitals and have j practical
knowledge of the varied duties of his
If he Intends to become a merchant
and to be successful in the world of
commerce the same previous training
is requisite. If this be true of the
lower domains of human activity,
much more is it true of the higher
and of that which Is the highest the
training of the young; the shaping
and moulding; the fostering and fash
ioning of the minds and hearts of the
men and women of the morrow.
Weston Normal School.
To meet this necessity for training,
the founders of our educational sys
tern have planted Normal schools in
different sections of the state. The
ideal aimed at by the educational
authorities is this: "No teacher be al
lowed to teach without having taken
the Normal course. Tho speaker
here made reference to the Normal
school at Weston, its magnificent
equipment, its stately building, and
predicted that under Professor Mar
tindalo and his efficient staff would
not only be a help to Umatilla county
but to the whole of Eastern Oregon.
Correct views of education were ne
cessary. In a perfect philosophy of
solids we must take Into account
length, breadth and thickness. Any
philosophy of solldB that leaves out
of -account any of these dimensions
was an imperfect philosophy. Any
philosophy of education that left out
of tho account body, mind and spirit,
was imperfect. Physically, mentally
and morally the child must be trained
for the work of life.
Americans with a thrill of pride
could point to the educational advan
tages of the different states. In Italy
the school population was 10 per
cent of tho total population; In Francu
It was IB per cent; but In the United
States It was 20.38 per cent. Oregon
In this respect was more than ono
per cent ahead of the general average.
21.62 of It population being enrolled
in the public schools. In this respect
it was ahead of California and Wash
ington. Mr. Sanderson then dwelt on the
personal Influence 6f the teacher on
tho scholars. The true life of th
teacher was reflected by the child.
With many illustrations this great
truth was pressed home on the atten
tion of the teachers.
At the opening of tho morning ses
sion of the teachers' institute today
the following additional teachers were
registered, bringing the total in at
tendance at the present session to
123: Grace McEIray, Athena; Edith
Gibson, Pilot Rock, and Lulu Marple.
Where the Teachers are From.
There were present at the morning
session 118 teachers. A canvass was
taken to ascertain where these teach
ers were from. Upon roll call by states
38 answered to Oregon, 14 from Kan
sas, 11 from Illinois, seven from Iowa,
seven from Wisconsin, six from In
diana, four from each, California and
Ohio, three from Michigan, two from
Virginia and one from each of the
following states: Washington, Nev
ada, New York, Kentucky, Maine,
Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Vermont
and Minnesota. There are five from
The usual musical exercise was
conducted by Mr. Jones and the reg
ular program announced In East Or
egonian, was carried out.
Professsor Robinson continued his
course of instruction In arithmetic in
his usual clear and able manner,
with the result that the general com
ment as heard on all sides, was very
Manual training was then again
taken up by Miss Patterson, whose
morning lesson was devoted to work
ing with clay. Every teacher pres
ent was furnished with a piece of soft
clay which looked like putty. This
clay was bought in the East espec
ially for the occasion by County Su-
perintendent Nowlln and assisted In
making the morning csslon an inter
esting one. A chicken was made by
Miss Patterson In the presence of the
audience from the clay, which was
demonstrated so plainly that most of
the lady teachers were able to make
fair models. Jars and other models
were made and the lesson proved an
Interesting one as well as a recrea
tion from the mental work. Some of
the male teachers did not succeed so
well, which shows that men are not
YOUNG VANDERBILT ARRESTED.
Condemned to Two Days' Imprison
ment for Speeding an Automobile
Paris, Oct 31. W. K. Vanderbllt,
Jr., who has been condemned by de
fault to two days' Imprisonment for
speeding an automobilo in France
recently, Is now in New York. Ho
will have to appeal to tho supremo
court of Franco or submit to arrest
when he returns to France.
ST. LOUIS SCANDAL.
Former Delegate Found Guilty ot
Perjury Sentenced to Penitentiary
for Five Years.
St Louis, Oct 31. Edmund Borsch,
a former member of the house ot del
egates, was found guilty of perjury In
the bribery rases this morning, and
was sentenced to the penitentiary for
five years. Tho jury was out but 19
Santa Fe Shops at Fort Worth, De
stroyed Loss $75,000.
Fort Worth, Texas, Oct. 31. Tho
Atchlscu, Toi.eka & Santa Fo rail-
vny 3hops wero destroyed by fire this
morning, including five locomotives.
The loss will amount to $75,000.
SKIPS FROM BAKER
TAKES MRS. MOTLEY'S
MONEY WITH HIM.
Contractor Nichols Contracts Two
Cottages, Gets His Cash, But Falls
to Pay the Lumber Bill.
Baker City, Oct 31. Special to
East Oregonlan. H. P. Nichols, a lo
cal contractor, has mysteriously dis
appeared. Mrs. O. V. Motley, of Covo,
mourns his departure, A month ago
she mniled him a check for $800, be
ing the payment In full for construct
ing two cattages at Baker City. Nich
ols cashed the check and skipped
out Today Bennett & Son, proprie
tors of the sawmill hero, Hied a lion
against tho cottages for material fur
bished and for which Mrs. Motley had
paid Nichols. She will swear out a
warrant for his arrest on n criminal
charge. His whereabouts: Is unknown.
SHEEP HERDER IN TROUBLE.
(Concluded on page 8.)
ARBITRATION COMMISSION IN THE MINES
Saw Many Miners Working Where Floor Was Covered With
Inches of Water
Scranton, Pa., Oct. 31. The arbi
tration commission has decided that
if at tho conclusion of Its delibera
tions any award Is to be made affect
ing the existing rate of wages, It shall
not take effect before November 1st
This announcement Is made to relieve
the commission of any undue pressure
or haste. Both the miners and oper
ators have been so notified. The com
mission today was investigating the
Manvllle mines of the Delaware &
Hudson Company. Tho members
were lowered Into tho mine at 10
o'clock. This mine is one of tho
hardest to operate in the entire
district because of small, dirty veins.
Thomas H. Watkins stated this morn
ing that after inspecting tho mines
' the commission would probably visit
the miners' homes this afternoon.
The commission was hoisted out of
the mines at 1 o'clock. The members
had a wearisome experience, as they
wero compelled to stoop continually.
They saw many miners working in
chambers where the floors were cov.
ered with several Inches of water,
compelled at times to stand on their
hands and knees. Judge Gray and
.Mr, Spauldlng came out an hour be
' . . i . -1 , . .. . in.
lore toe oiners ana iumtu huh iuu
All the miners met were asked
many questions and stenographers
made notes of their answers. Dis
trict President Fahy says the miners
aro satisfied with November 1st as
the date when tho new wage scale
goes into effect, if made.
Henry Wilson, Arrested and Put In
Jail Drunk and a Nuisance.
Henry Wilson, the one-armed sheep
herder, was In police court agalu this
morning for tho third time.
Wilson, unfortunately, likes whis
key so well that whenever ho gets
a chance ho Imbibes too freely and
always gets Into trouble. Tho first
time he came to Pendleton was about
a month ago. He waB driving a di
lapidated looking cayuso, hitched to
a worse dilapidated looking cart. Ac
companying him was the customary
shepherd dog. Thcso wero left on
the banks of the Umatilla ahovo town
while Wilson proceeded to fill up and
make himself a nulsanco In general.
Tho officers took him In tow and ho
was thrown Into Jail over night. He
had no money and was discharged
with tho order to get out of town.
Tho very next day ho was again ar
rested for being drunk and was flnoil
$B. He had secured some money and
paid this flno, and then left town to
go to work for a sheepman In the
country. Yesterday ho camo to town
again and proceeded lo overestimate
hlB booze carrying propensity and as
a result was again placed In Jail.
This morning he had no money and
when arraigned was told that sen
tence would be suspended until ho
came to town again and the first time
he was seen on tho streets ho would
be arrested and given a long Jail sen
tence. As Wilson told tho Judgo that
he did not like Pendleton's Jail, It la
not likely that ho wllj return soon,
Ugly Feeling in Panther Val
ley Because Operators Re
ject Union Teachers.
DECLARE THEY WILL
LAY DOWN TOOLS TUESDAY.
Tomorrow, November 1, being tho
feast of All Saints, thoro will ba a
special service, with a celobratlon of
tho holy communion at tho Church or
the Redeemer, beginning at 10:30 a.
m. In tho afternoon, at tho residence
of Mrs. A. M. Raloy, tho Woman'u
Auxiliary will meet, and tho St. Agnes
Guild will also hold a regular meet
ing at the parish houso.
Alpha Assembly No, 0. will colo-
brato their eighth anniversary by giv
ing a dance In La Dow Music Hall,
Tuesday, November 4. Dancing will
commenco at 8:30; continue till 12.
Refreshments will bo served. Admis
sion $1. Klrkman'B orchestra. All
Six Thousand Miners Decide to Stand
by Their Labor Leaders No More
Troops to Be Returned Home.
Tuniaqiia. Pn Oct. 31. A decided
ly ugly feeling exists In Panther Val
ley over tho discrimination of mining
officials against tho union labor lead
ers. Unless the officials rcccdo and
tnko hack nil tho former umployes,
tho men openly declare they will lay
down their tools next Tuesday. Six
thousand miners aro employed In tho
General Schall said this morning
that no moro troops would bo return
ed homo until this latter trouble Is
settled, as he fears n bad outbreak.
MISSING MAN FOUND.
Unconscious of What He Was Doing,
He Left Portland and Came to
Umatilla. Oct. 31. J. W. Fuller,
who disappeared from the Hobart
Cmtls, at Portland, Monday, hnH turn
ed up In this place. Ho Is staying at
the Pacific hotel. StepB have been
taken to have Mr. Wilier taken homo.
Since his dlsappearanco tlm wife and
family have nlmost been prostrated
by tho dread suspense, nnd the news
that ho was found enmo like a gleam
Mr FnlW has been suffering from
a nervous dlBense and It Is supposed
that he wnnncrea to mo uepoi
bought a ticket, without being fully
awaio ot what ho was doing.
noliwilvn Cnrdnno. who has boon
MTiiidiir- nn thn raso traced down sev
eral rumors to the effect that ho hnd
lino., onnn lii Vnnrouver nnd MontB-
villa, and found there wns nothing In
them, and wus getting reauy to noau
n cmu-rlilnir unrtv to search tho hills
hack of Portland Heights, where Mr.
l.-nllnr wiib In thn hnhlt of taking long
walks, when tho wolcomo message au
rived nt Portland that ho was at thla
plarc. Mr. Fullor was under tho doc
tor's care, and part of tho treatment
was to tako a long walk every day
In the fresh ulr.
MORE JEW8 COMING.
Four Hundred at Vienna En Route to
the United States.
Vienna, Oct. 31. Tho emigration ot
tho Roumanian Jows to Amorlca has
recommenced with moro activity
than evor, Four hundred arrlvod
hero yesterday on route lo the United
MANIAC AT LARGE.
Tore Down the Cell Walls of Insane
Asylum and Escaped.
Cheyemio, Wyo.. Oct 31. Tom
IjiihIi, tho Insane desperado, who
tnrn ilriu-n (III cell Walls of tllO BtatO
usyluin. Is Btlll uncapliirnd. Tho au
thorities fear a repetition of tho rec
ord of Tracy, as Larsh has a mania
for killing. A largo reward has been
offered for his capture
Charter a Steamer for a Cruise to the
ninnifiiv Oct 31. Tho White Star
liner, Celtic, has been chartered by
100 wealthy Now Yorkers ror a cruise
from Now York to tho Mcdltarranoan.
Wheat In 8an Francisco.
Ban Francisco, Oct 31. Wheat
$1.31H1-32H per cental.
SOUTH POLE STOCK
NOW ON SALG.
Wc own 4941 (cut on the Cele
brated North Pole Hill. Our
nrcsent tunnel and workings show
our mine to be the richebt on the
entire mother lode.
Price, I5c Per Share
Buy before the price advances
r ..I,,.(.,ftnnliu mill nru n IkA
Been at the ofllcn of T. Huhagitn, I fort-
man's auiinuH uuii"