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Eastern Oregon Weather
Tonight, partly cloudy with
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PENDLETON", UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, NOVE3I UEli 10, 1902.
Ljohn Mitchell Leaves
ess Stand Worn
jy THE UNION MINERS.
.... .u. Miners Will Stand
L. Decision of the Strike Com-
1(Ha Favorably Impressed
Lon, Pa., Nov 10. President
L, s again caliea 10 uie
lihl! morning. He was examin-
U-.iipr Ross, counsel ior me
re 4 Western railway. Be-
e commenced the examination,
Gray suggested that as Mltch-
Li only prepared to give opm
U not flwres. ho be not asked
fas already gone over. Iloss
tdiljcVeigh In attempting to
, rininco nn the miners. He
look up the bituminous sections.
i uswereil each nuestion ue-
(y ud never became conftmed.
Intnrrunted Ross and
(list all this line of testimony
jlreidy been gone over. Itoss
1 kr dw arnc that 76 ner cent
I tnrinpers and numtimen of his
En turf refused to leave work
practically terrorized. Samuel
Irton, counsel for the I'Miauei
L Readlne. next took Mitchell.
W kp wanted to ascertain. In
lot the differences betwoen bltu-
Is and anthracite interests. If it
I not be better to make two
fte organizations of the United
Workers. Mitchell denied this,
e rround that it would result In
Idlsintegratlon of both labor
t. Attorney Terry, of the Del-
Hudson, confined his exam-
I to certain features of the con-
Ion relating to district No. 1,
Us company's Interests are
Mother Jones Present.
Iter Jones was an Interested
ior of the proceedings today.
ok a spat with t ie minora
AttnrnPir TVirns. counsel Ior
Iiependent operators, brought
new point when he said that
lie end of the strike men who
,t want their places back.
i a man leaves his place vol
It Ms relat on with the compa
I supposed to cease. Do you
blind." lie asked "that our com'
noold discharge non-union men
lis your men back?"
riell renlleri that nn law com
tan to put a man back in his
mmm If It Is nccnnled. but in
. " ' T. .
pue man doesn't consider that
i Sen up his job when he
HrIL inh mnrplv hnlnnp-s to
i taking such places should,
(, wnaiiy, understand tnnt
Is dependent entirely up-
"wne of ttio strike."
juse they decide upon
swum thnt tho Inrioiiend-
'Wild be allowed to
P, - -"'( ot ineir individual
( Jl . K 'loience, imi jungo
tttUtti tn II... , ,J il
y ; "men unu sum iuu
Wr.m a moral sense of ts
I that Question
'"erposed and said that
FT" H understood that tho
t il. m Pledged Itself to
if the coraralsBlon
lrrij ."'"'JuiBni oi non-unum-
r"ia DP torrid ij.
Kr. question of violence
It set i ,nt0 the 'Hscusalon.
No Corroborative Details of an At
tempt to Assassinate the Presi
dent. Mow York. Nov. 1f). Mrs. Lena
Tlnxhnlmer. the woman who confess
ed to knowledge of anarchist plans,
disappeared from her home this
morning. Her neighbors said r.he
feared the anarchists' veng-Mr.ce and
linrt ilenlilerl tn sae'iiiln herself. Se
cret service officers are Investigating
and say they nave no corrouorative
details of any attempt on the presi
QUARRELED OVER STRIKE.
President of the Lehigh Valley Sys
tem Resigned Because of Disagree
ment With Managers.
Phllmlnlnhln Nov. ft. President
Alfred Walters, of the Lehigh Valley
rairoad, has resigned, owing to a
difference of onlnlon from the direc
tors of the road, lu the management
of Its affairs during the anthracite
Armour Now Has a Total of That
Much December Wheat.
-Chicago, Nov. 19. Wheat 73
Armmii- tndnv hniiirht 3.000.000
bushels more, Increasing his holdings
to tho total of 8,000,00u bushels of
December wheat alone.
' veral nno,i
H wtri.. .''U,,B. .!""
oi cnim lauor.
IT' "a eieiiBoH
fZ a favorable Impres
ESSuS rSI686?1' nev- Robert.
II nt;: u' ?'ereyman, was tho
1(1 rsa was taken.
E LOGAN TRIAL.
r'i Teit f
c, ' me unsigned
- ruuna On 1 rvnan
Urin-. utlQ ot ur
bniM, " a"a
"en to recov
A FALSE STATEMENT.
MEETS THE ADVANCE.
Jersey Central Also Increases Wages
10 Per Cent.
n York. Nov. 19. The Jersey
Central railroad today Increased the
wages of Its employes 10 per cent,
thus meeting the advances ot omei
Washington. Nov. 19. Minister
Bowen cabled from Caracas this
morning that the Venezuelan govern
ment had terminated tho blockade of
SCHLEY IS HONORED
GUEST OF KANSAS
CITY COMMERCIAL CLUB.
Was Escorted by the Third Regiment
of Missouri Guards Responds to
"The American Sailor."
K-nnnna r.ltv. Nov. 19. Admiral
Schley arrived hero this morning nnd
is the guest of tho Commercial Club.
He wns escorted to tne ciud ny me
Third Regiment of the National
Guards. An immense throng gave en
thusiastic applause. He held an open
reception at noon after wnicn no was
tho guest of honor at luncheon, This
nvnnlni? lif will he clven a banouet at
which he responds to the toast, "The
Caused by an Attack of Major Sears on Congressman-Elect
Pnrtlnnrl Km-. 19. Street cars.
theaters, parks, boat rides, museums,
public buildings ana ail tne various
nlnpps nf IntereRt about, the cltv are
at the disposal of the irrigators The
first place of amusement sougnt uy
tho Fnotrm OrprTiTi dplncates this
morning was an umbrella store, where
the dry land members took on the
Insignia ot the Webfootor.
The convention was not long get
tn luiRlnrsK this morning.
The committee on credentials was an
nounced by President Devers, as ioi
lows: W. G. Thompson, of Malheur;
y- t f 1 1 1 .. r T . 1 . . n VJ UMl.-lma
of Crook; Samuel Connoll, of Multno- question.
made permanent. The officers are as
President, George H. Devers; secre
tary, J. H. Moore; executive commit
tee, Henry Hahn, Portland; J. N. Wil
liamson, Prlnevllle; J. W. Hope-, Vale;
F. D. McCully, Joseph and J. M.
Chairman Hahn, of the executive
committee reported this morning.
Arthur P. Davis and Charles P.
Fltrh crovernment engineers address
ed the convention at length, dealing
with the physical side of the Irrigation
flnn of the moat interestlnc num
bers on the program for today Is the
address by .1. C. Moorehead, of Port-
lnnrl nn "The Rnrpv I.avr."
Mayor Alfred F. Sears, will deliver
an historical address on the irrlga
tion of the Incas."
TO BACK WILLIAMSON.
HEARING ARIZONA'S CLAIM.
Senate Committee on Territories Now
In the Southeast Will Consider
Phnrnlv Ariz.. 'n- 1!). Srnntors
ttevcridge,' Durham, lleatfleld nnd nil-
llnotinm thn cpnntp pnmmlttpp nn tor.
rltorles. were escorted about tho city
yesterday auernoon uy uovcrnor
Hrady and Delegate Smith. Tho com
mittee Is hearing Arizona's claim to
statehood, and left last night for Tucson.
REASONS FOR DIVORCE.
Mrs. Mollneux Says She Did Not
Quarrel With Her Husband at Sing
slnnv Fnlts. S. 1).. Nov. 19. Mrs.
Mollneux says the story about a quar
rpl with her husband In the death
honsp at Sine Sine Is a lie. Nor did
she ever believe him guilty or mur
dpr Shp seeks divorce for surpris
ing nnrnnnnl rensons which she hopes
she will not bo compelled to mane
A NEW PRINCESS.
President Eliot of Harvard the
Object of Scathing Criticism
d rc. J. Frazler. of Lane
Mr. Devers then introduced Ben
Selling, chairman of the subcommittee
on entertainment, who told the con
vention that the free tneater ticueis
were good for Tuesday night and
the three nights following. The cour
tesy of Portland was greeted with
A Question of Authority j De ion Determlned t0
After thp Riippph makinc nnd ova-1 . ...
tlon was over Secretary Moore read I Vind cate
the minutes or tne former meeting, u mum u.mv .
at which the association was organ- clared L. N. Liggett, chairman of the
I .1 n,1 (tin ntlnoilnn tmniofl intniv Prnnlr dHlpcntlon. "Major Scars has
lt.U, IIIIU tllU ijurav.vii ui..v.'-j .-.- c--- -
arose, as to whether tho organization misrepiesuiueu ut, aim m.u. ... nnt0R boarding houses, stores anu
" ... ... . . ..... I 1 l..A.An n.HNnrc in mnlfir ' . . . ..... . ..
effected then held good in tnis con-,iug u imora uuu siunv., , "J residence are crowueu wuu cihb i
vention. or whether this, being a sep- i has lined up the country against him. acPOmlnodato tho crowd. It Is ,uo-
dlcted that the opening of the Semi
nole lands and the completion of ho
lot sale of Wewoka will make Wo
woka a place of 3,000 Inhabitants li"
fore next spring.
Italians Greatly Disappointed Because
It Was Not a Boy.
Home Nov. 19. Queen Helen gave
birth to a daughter tins morning, a
big celebration Is planned although
there Is universal dlsannolntment be
cause It was not a boy. When the
child wns born tho bells or tno ensue
rang and a full saluto was nrou ny
the cannot at Castle St. Angelo.
Town Site Lot Drawing.
Wowokn. I. T.. Nov. 19. The
year lease on the land of tho Sera
Inoles, and tho big town slto drawing
to come oft here tomorrow, hnvo at
tracted great crowds to this place.
For days past every incoming triln
has brought people to the town, and
Delegate Drlscoll Declared That Eliot
Showed That He Was a Snob When
He Said That No Laboring Man
Should Be Placed on a Public
New Orleans, Nov. 19. Knrly In
this morning's session the Fodctntlon
of LalKir devoted resulutloiiR to Kllot
of Harvard. Tho resolution was
added to by tho following clnuso:
'Therefore, President Kllot's action In
commending senbs Is deemed unh
rolc and despicable."
Delegnte Drlscoll devoted 15 min
utes in scathing criticism nnd cen
sure of tho educator. He declared
thnt Kllot showed snobbery In his
speech, where the professor snld that
no laboring man should be plnced on
a public school board.
nrnto ponventlnn should elect new of
ficers and committees. Section 1, of
the constitution reads as follows and
it was on Its meaning and objects
that the question of no worganization
"Sec. 1. This association shall be
known as the Oregon Irrigation Asso
ciation. Its duration shall bo perpet
ual and its object shnll be to advance
tho general welfare of the state by
promoting Irrigation, especially Irri
gation enterprises conducted under
the auspices of the United States gov
A Blow to State Contracts.
Those favoring the reclamation of
Bids for Transport Service.
Wnnhlmrtnn. D. C. Nov. 19. Pur
suant to an order of the war depart
mpnt. hids nrn tn he onened simultun
nniiDti, tnrlnv nt KPn ttlp Portland and
San Francisco for the transportation
of government troops and supplies .o
the Philippines. Charges havo been
mndo that the government has beon
paying too much for transport servi"e
and ns a consequence the war depa-t-
mont decided to adopt tins meinoci i
pnmniirinir tho nresont cost with thnt
of a merchant marine service.
Charged With Bribery.
St. Louis, Mo.. Nov. 19. The eases
nimlnst .T. .T. Hannlean. John H.
Rnlinpttler. Edmund Bersch. H. A.
Faulkner, W. H. Tamblln, John Helms
Louis jjecuer ana uup Dciiuiimvm.-i.
former and present memners 01 mi
house of delegates, accused of bribery
Minn nn for henrlnir todav. Owing to
the widespread municipal corruption
recently unearthed tne cases now uu
foro court have attracted great atten
tion nn ri tho results of the trial are
awaited with keen Interest.
The livestock interests want, irriga
tion, and they want a railroad."
"Are livestock Interests willing to
sacrifice themselves for irrigation?"
"That's an unfair question. There's
too much land in Crook county. Why,
we havo 1,000,000 acres that can be
irrigated. That land isn't desert,
mind you. Please make that plaiu.
It now yields good bunch grass, but
nppris more water. We haven't a des
ert In the whole of Crook county, no,
sir. not a single desert.'
MAYOR SCHMITZ'S WELCOME.
Adjourns In a Hurry.
Nov. 19. A sensation In
lllOSe lUVUIlUB UIU iculiuuii , -- ,.
arid land under the provisions of tho J the Irrigation convention this morn
Carey act, felt that to submit to tho lug was caused by the attack of Ma
constitution, was to abandon tho idea jor Sears on Congressman-elect 11
of furthering irrigation by the state ! Damson. He told a story, comparing
control and here it was tnat a neuaie wmmmmm n. -i -
ensued as to the wisdom of organizing journmont is thought to have saed
a oiew body under different constltu-la serious row. Great interest is being
tlonal declarations. , taken in the meeting, lour hundred
The temporary organization was aeieguies mo im,
FROM CORNWALL, ENGLAND
Inventor Marconi Confirms the Report
That Messages Are Being Received
Across the Atlantic.
Halifax, N. S Nov. 19. A Sidney
dlspnteh says that Marconi has con
firmed the report that wireless mes
sages are being dally received from
Cornwall, Kngland. Ho also states
that the Carlo Alberto Is In constnnt
communication with other stations.
An Example of What the Vote of the
Union Labor Can Accomplish.
Mayor Schmltz, of San Francisco,
arrived shortly before noon. A largo
nnd enthusiastic delegation or mon
welcomed him. lie was Introduced
to the convention this afternoon as
an example of what tho labor vote
of the unions can accomplish. Tho
convention received him with uproar
Opposition to tho re-eli'ctlon of
Uompers Is becoming apparent. First
Vice-President Duncan Is wild to con
trol 1000 votes. The total convention
vote Is 10.000.
Apple Growers' Congress,
St. Louis, Mo.. Nov. 19.- At the sos
ulnnu nf thin the hppoiiiI ilnv of tho
Natlonnl Congress of Apple Growers
the chief subjects of discussion woro
"Fungi," "Insects," nnd "Packing and
Marketing." Papers were presented
by Professor J. T. StlnKon of Mis
souri. C. II Williamson, of Illinois,
William H. Harries, of Kansas. Sam
uel Dickson, of Texas, Prof. Uiurenco
Hruner, of Nebraska and others.
FORM A "SPUD" TRUST.
TAKING HIS TIME.
Suit Against the Northern Securities
Case Adjourned to Suit the Conven.
ience of Harrlman.
New York, Nov. 19. The suit of
the state of Minnesota against the
Northern Securities was again nd
jourued until tomorrow afternoon, at
which time President liarrimau is ex-
California Chinese Combine to Con
trol San Joaquin Valley Potato
San Francisco, Nov. 19. Tho
Chronicle says: At Stockton, a
unique association has been formed
a Chinese trust, controlled and
n-i, nr,mrntlnn is known as the San I pected to be present
Joaquin Valley Association, and thc Fixed for November 25.
promoters of the enterprise Include Washington, Nov. 19. Solicitor
nearly all the large owners among , ?t.Mnrl,i Richards today received a
the Chinese ot the island and river I tpBg,.a, from New York asking the
districts, so that by the combine two-1 postponement of the Ingersoll hear
M.twiM .i im nntntn cron of the Sail i i .i.-o vn,.tiwt-ii KppiiHMph rase
IUK "I 1 1 . V ' i.ui.i.v... -
set for Friday, because the lecords
are needed in the Minnesota case.
now on. Richards agreed to tins anu
Baptists of Virginia.
Norfolk, Va Nov. 19. Norfolk is
fJJIed with delegates and visitors to
the annual session of tho Baptist Gon
oral Association of Virginia, which
will be held here during tho remainder
of tho week. Tho- large attendance
and tho promlnenco of some of the
speakers to take part combine to give
promise of one of the best gatherings
of the denomination over held In Vir
ginia. Direct for San Francisco,
Chicago, Nov. 19. Wn Tln'g Fang
passed through Chicago thlr. after
noqn en route to San Francisco direct.
thirds ot the potato crop of the San
Joaquin valley will no unuer ub mi
trol. The association has fortified
.i.ith sovprni hundred
lib jiun.iiuii ...... ........ nun Ull. litvimnio " v
sacks as available stock, and a flxetl tll0 (utt, November 25.
change in prices may be expected ai
any time. Already large consign
ments have been sent to Los Angeles
o,i unnth Intn Texas. It Is tho In
tention eventually to cover an Mis
souri Itlver points.
O'Brien and Hart to Meet.
Philadelphia. Pa., Nov. 19, "Phila
delphia Jack" O'Brien and Marvin
I Tart, of Ixiulsvlllo, In a six-round
i,n,it lu thp mnenet exnected to draw
a great crowd of ring followers to ;he
Pennsylvania Athletic club tonight.
On more than ono occasion Hart has
displayed qualities entitling mm iu
consideration as a prospective cham
nf hits pinss and those acquainted
Iwth his record are of the opinion that
he wfll put up a good showing wneu
he meets the redoubtable Phlladel-phian.
Chicago, Nov. 19. Goorge Hawkins
the gambling king of Chicago, enter
ed bankruptcy this afternoon. His
liabilities are $300,000 and his assets
are only 111,000.
TWENTY PER CENT ADVANCE.
Switchmen of the Rio Grande Granted
a Raise of Four Cents an Hour.
Salt Lake, Utah, Nov. 19.Tho
switchmen on tho HIo Grande &
Western were granted a raise of 4
cents an hour, the order to take ef
fect Saturday. It Is equivalent to a
20 per cent advance.
President Roosevelt Given One Re
ception by the Whites, the Other
by the Negroes.
VIce-Governor Wright met Presi
dent Hoosevelt's special train and
after greeting him held a private con
ference aboard tho president's car.
President Itoosevolt will attend two
receptions this afternoon one for
white people and tho other for the
Wheat In 8n Francisco.
San Francisco, Nov. 19. Wheat
$1.351.36 per cental.
England Will Own and Operate an
Establishment to Furnish Liquor to
Manchester, Nov. 19. A dispatch
today says tho war ofllco Is negotiat
ing for a largo brewery to supply tho
British army canteens.
THE MOQUIS INDIANS.
Have Lived for 600 Years
The MoqiilH Indians (ire hlstorl-H
lolled of centuries. They have lived
i, ii... ..iiv nf ni-lim fur COO vcars.
This Is built fin a hill about 700 foot
abovo the surrounding country, In a1)
Isolated section "f Western Arizona.
Their houses are up In tho cliffs. The
doors are on tho roofs, Kntranco Is
made by rope ladders. These are
pulled down at night to prevent ene
mies from coming In. Tho stiocts
nrn tint over four feet In width.
Squaws carry water from tho valley
up the hill to the nouses, UKing nianK
ets strapped over their shoulders for
The 8nake Dance,
One of the queer customs Is '.ho
snake danco, held in August of every
year. Young braves are forced o
drink medlcino raado from roots and
herbs so that snake bites will not
nolson thorn. Then thoy danco around
great colls of vicious rattlesnake).
These reptiles aro picked up and
tossed about, wound around tne neens
or tho warriors and handled lu every
way. Tho bravo standing such work
the longest Is given tho rattle and
made a medlcino man. The Moqula
havo cows and goats, aheeps and
horses nnd manufacture blankets and
trinkets which aro sold to other in
dlans. Thoy seldom see white men.
Alabama Methodist Conference,
ijifnvptto Aln. Nov. 19. This nluco
Is entertaining many clergymen and
lay visitors who are hore ror tne nn
tiual session of the North Alabama
Conference of tho Methodist Hph
copal church. South, which will ln
held hero during tho next few days.
Bishop J. 8. Koy, of Sherman, Texas,
Is tho presiding officer ami during tho
week tho spenkers will Include .sever
al men of note.
Rlordan Coming Home,
l.iiiiilnii. Nov. 19. Archbishop lllor-
dan, of San Francisco, who cainn over
to represent his archdiocese nt tlm
arbitration of the "Pious Claim" ratio
and subsequently visited Home and
lieland, sails ror the united Mares
Is Nearlng Death,
London, Nov. 19. It Is reported
this afternoon that Dr. Joseph Par
ker, tho world-famous pastor of the
city temple, Is near to death with
Prominent Alaskan Dead,
San Francisco, Nov 19.-- 1-cwln
Gerstlo aged 78. Is dead. He was
the president of the Alaska Commer
cial Company, He died of apoplexy.
THE SOUTH POLE MINE Is now
working a large force of men on tun
nels No, 1 and 2, All supplies for
the winter aro now at the mice and
from tho Increased "bowing ru)tln
Irorn last two weeks' work, tlw man
agement will bo Justified In raisin
the prlco of stock within a tew
Wo own 4941 feet on the celebrated
North Polo Hill. Our present tiiDDel
and workings show our mine lo
the richest on tho Hiitiro mother lod
Present Price 16c Per Share.
Maps, photographs and we tn k
seen at the office of T Onn.gs.
Ilartman's abstract offlcv,