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PEXDLETOX, TJCATIIi"LA COUNTY, OHEGOX, SATURDAY, XOVTSMHElt 22, 1902.
Indent of Guatemala Try-
to Conceal the True
j$ of Afiairs.
PEOPLE IN ABSOLUTE
DARKNESS SINCE 25TH.
pcutands Lie Beneath the Ashes
pd Their Bodies Will Never be Re-
'gvtrtd Santa Marie Has Blown
IS Head Off.
Sjs Francisco, Nor. 22 Further
Ifcsns of the disaster in the region
rf Santa Maria, Guatemala, warrant
tt belief that hs loss of life has been
sat preater than at first reported.
Bus Laiis, manager of a plantation.
iio has just returned from Guate
It Guatemala City it was estimated
Ifijt 15.WW lives were lost. The ex
13 comber wi'I never lie known. tiR
itocsmds !e buried beneath the
tes and he'- bodies will nevr .be
teetered. I was stationed oO milts
lian Sarta !aria, and no ashes fo'l
c bj plan -a-n Pri'Mdtlr'trada
IcUrpri Is acmpt'n? ti concafc the
Kit state .f affa'rs becninc' of the
premium on Guatemala currency,
III! steamrVn companies rofups to
Esept Guatemala coin.
The Ti!-ano of Sarin Maria has
inrn its heal off lika Kraktito and
ft- reiee bearing i-stnetior o"er
'. t pea' country It las thrown
ta niins flourishing towns and vl'-
js. and thought death to their in
libitsa's r rumbers not yet to bo
rrasei The eruption has kept over
iHvft human beings In absolutely
crterable darkness since the 25th,
Ui destroyed the coffee and corn
in short all animal and veee-
lAnothe account of the eruption Is
-t by Dr Herman Rowe from the
itatlon of Chococia, near Mazaten-
Dr Rowe says that General Ba
ps s not killed, as was reported.
p Its gone insane. Dr. Sapper,
t eminent German geologist, has
teen heard from, and It Is feared
f las perished.
INVESTIGATE POINT LOMA.
Commission of Immigration Wires to
Withhold Action on M.rs. Tlngley's
Washington, Nov. 22. Commission
er of Immigration Frank P. Sargent
is at Point Lamo, investigating the
Tlngley school this afternoon, hp
wired the treasury department to
withhold all action in the case until
his return to Washington next Satur
day. He states that he is in posses-
sion of important Information. The
department will accede to his request.
American Physician Called For Con
sultation, Declared That Medicine
St. Petersburg, Nov. 22. The con
dltion of the czarina, who has been
dangerously ill for several weeks Is
now regarded as hopeless. Dr. Hul
an, of New York, who was brought
for a special consultation with the
court physicians, today declared that
medicine was useless.
Today's Gridiron Battles.
Pew York Nov 22. Of all the
hat'les which are to be fought
i af'ernoon none ranks In Import-
wi'h th Yale-Harvard contest.
Harvard crimson and the Yale
i are h prominent colors today,
from a football standpoint all
i lead to the field at New Haven.
t Tale B'oears to be the popular
W the team from Cambridge is
or a h-st of admirers, who
!dent they will be able to
! talc 'olors in the dust.
tlrom past rcrfor-nanres this
ill? two elevens are fairly well
i M4 barring accidents the
L. 1 . 'j j . i v. ut v
L" "he season Whichever
'Rse goes, however, there
Xkft nf ontliiicfQcm Hnrlnf
Lud no end of jc5lifica-
' -Hsult The other prom-
sreduled for this after
aJJiJerst and Wesleyan. at
Dartmouth and Brown,
iaT? clverslty of Virginia
HvT"MC inaians, at iorioiK, ;
Vermont, at Ithaca.
L r1 Northwestern and IUI-!
jy- Ch caeo. Mirhlp-an and
N.y ,Aan Arbor, and Neb -aska
os University, at Omaha.
!e. . gam' near! il
1. ZZ, 1 leges IH be t-een
e auiuimt At
'wu. innue-n finmo nnvp
We the date open in
n of i j
"Ah day e
It" f Historical Event
i v.t. f - ov 22. Arrange-
I li an0nUl War Mary land
t to ii r, V .. raieoranon and
1 Bem 10,8 evening at the
to V. n.T "-r "l l"D
Nkim.., .r,paltlent aylvester.
i iy, 7h, 0 Ap 'cultural College.
rust r .. . rKeo on Tne
'tle. the 8c'ety as it
N Wlrt, Jve from Cowes.
Iu .m- 'n 1C33. t,i. i
Wi? whIch d!mbarkod
.. on Msrnk orr i
I the 269th anlvei
... today renloM i
L5T rom,Le, fh?Plon8hiP
Plca '"iiod. The
r-w over v, .
jwa na as cnnf.,.
tlu cet. Yale
Says From Outward Appearances.
Point Loma is All Right, But Gives
No Hint of His Report.
San Diego, Nov. 22. Commissioner
Sargent and Congressman Daniels
spent last night at the Universal
Brotherhood at Point Loma and are
now waiting for testimony against
the institution. Daniels expressed his
strong approval of the Institution an
said Sargent says from .all appear
ances the institution is all right, but
declines to forecast his o'fficlal report.
SUMPTER NATIONAL BANK.
Wt-ll Known Citizens of Eastern Ore
gon Launch New Business,
Washington, Nov. 22. Tha control
ler of the currency has nutluilzed
the organization of the First Nation
al Bank of Sumpter, Ore.; capital,
525,000; incorporators. It. H. Miller,
J. W. Seriber, N. C. Richards, J. H.
Robbins, Ed W. Mueller.
ADJOURNS TO DECEMBER
Coal Operators Will Attempt to Bring the Miners to Satisfac
, . i tory Terms Before That Date,
NON-UNIONISTS ARE HIGHLY GRATIFIED WITH
THE (CHANCE OF OUTSIDE SETTLEMENT.
Burns Declares That a Condition of Anarchy Exists In the Mining Region
Insists on an Expression from the Commission In the Independent
Mines the Men He Says Get an Average of $700 Union Miners Are
Got Little Booty. . '
Chicago, Nov. 22. The Rock Island
official report of the Davenport train
robbery says that the five robbers
secured only $50 from the .rompauy
and the contents of a small express
safe, amount unknown, but it is be
lieved to be small.
FITZGERALD ATTACKS HUNTER
IN GUATEMALA CITY.
Son of American Minister Kills Fitz
gerald, Who Had Snapped His Pis
tol In' His Face.
Washington. Nov. 22. The state
department received a telegram from
Minister Hunter of Guatemala today
He says his son and Railey were talk
ing, when Fitzgerald attacked them
unprovoked, and snapped his plfetol in
his son's face, when th Intel shot
and killed him.
To Consecrate Russian Church.
New York, Nov. 22. Tomorrow
will mark an epoch In the history and
progress of the Russian Orthodox
church in the western world The
occasion will be th conspcrn'irni of
the new Russian Orthodox church of
St. Nicholas. The Russian bishop of
the United States, Bishop Tikbon, has
come from the Pacific coast to of
ficiate at the ceremony, and nearly
all the Russian priests of the country
will be present The consecration
service is expected to last fully three
hours. Seats will be provided for the
invited guests, among whom will be
the Russian embassador and consul
but ordinarily there are no seats in
Russian churches, the congregation
standing or kneeling throughout the
long services. The new church edifice
was erected at a cost of $140,000,
much of the money having been given
by the Holy synod of Russia and the
czar. The architecture is of the
pure Byzantine type, the structure
being surmounted iv the fi'-e d-'mes
which are always to le iwin on the
Greek Catholic chi..'1'es. While it
will be the place of worship for the
Russians residing In this city, it Is
also designed to be the eastern seat
of Bishop Tlkhon, and apartments
have been provided for him in the
minister's residence adjoining the
Scranton, Pa., Nov. 22. When the
arbitration commission met this
morning. Attorney Darrow announced
that the questions at Issue had been
take tip last night and all parties had
hopes of a settlement outside of the
commission, therefore he asked for
adjournment Judge Gray said that
he would fix the date for December
A surprise came when Attorney
Burns for the independent operators
said that his clients had not been
consulted regarding the settlement.
that they were parties to the Issue he-
fore the court and had been regularly
admitted as such, therefore he want
ed the issue threshed out before the
commission. He argued that an agree
ment reached before the commission
would be more lasting.
Judge Gray interposed and declared
that the Independents were anticlpat
ing the Issue of the commission's at
titude as that of viewing the proceed
ings contemplated as a step in the
right direction, in which it held itself
at all times ready to assist.
Burns then read a statement plac-
lng-tne auuuae or me inuepoaucnu.
on record and said that neither the
wage issue nor the recognition of the
uuion were considered vital ioints in
tbeTriinds or the clients. He further
said .that tho condition of anarchy
existed in the mining regions and '.t
was the purpose of the indopnedents
to Insist on an expression from tho
Aniericnn people through the com
mission, thereby placing tho seal of
disapproval on all future acts of law
lessness, Intimidation and terrorism.
He said thai ho would also dispute
the statements concerning the wages,
and would show that the miners of
the independent companies receive on
some cases as high as $700 yearly an
some cases as high as $1200 He sniu
they wanted something more than
Wilcox, counsel for the Delaware &
Hudson railroad denied that the last
night's meeting was a formal one,
but said it was only for the purpose
of making an attempt for outside set
tlement betwrMi now and December
I.annahan. counsel for the non
unionists said that his clients were
highly gratified with the chance of
an outside settlement.
DaiTow said that there was no dls-
from the meeting of the counselfj
H. Watkins and E. W, Parker on n
committee to remain and assist the
conciliation of operators and miners
and then declared adjournment until
PRESIDENT IN PHILADELPHIA.
Will Attend the Founders' Day Ban
quet of the Union League Club.
Philadelphia. Nov. 22. For the sec
ond time within a few weeks. Presl.
dent Roosevelt Is a guest of tho city
of Philadelphia. The president, nc-
compnnled by nearly all the members
of his olliiial family, reached tho city
from Washington at noon todny nnd
wns met at tho Broad Street station
by a distinguished reception commit
tee. The primary object of tho chief
executive's visit Is to attend tho
Founders' Day banquet of tho Union
League Club, but as this function
does not take place until this even
ing, tho distinguished visitors spent
a portion of the afternoon In attend
ing the dedication of the now boys'
high school. Tho president was given
an enthusiastic welcome by the pu
pils and In the courso of an hour
spent at the school ho delivered a
brief Informal talk to the scholnrs,
teachers, alumni nnd others who wore
present. Later In the afternoon tho
president nnd his cnblnct officors
were guests at luncheon given by
former Postmaster-General Chnrlcs
Bmory Smith, and this function was
followed by n reception at tho homo
of Edward T. Slotesbury.
The banquet nt tho Union League"
Club this evening promises to bo one
of the most brilliant nffnlra of tho
kind Philadelphia lias 'seen In a long
time. In addition to the president
and othor distinguished visitors from
Washington, the guests will include
the state ofllclals of Pennsylvania
and other men of prominence. Jo
seph O. Darlington, president of
the club, will net as toastmnster and
the speakers will nil be men of nation
Robbers at Davenport Escape o Illi
nois. Davenport, Iowa, Nov. 22. Tho ex
press robbers stole a team early this
morning and escaped into Illinois. A
posse with bloodhounds Is following.
The local express officials say l.iat
the safe contained only .$3000 in
money and Jewelry.
Wheat in Chicago.
Chicago. Nov. 22. Wheat at
WHAT FEDERATION MEANS.
rot know that this method is simply
nn issue of currency that can be cir
culated as cash and also be safely
remitted by mail, because when mail
ed it will be made payable only to the
person whose name is written in the
blank space that Is left for that pur
pose. Under the present money order tys
tern safety can bo assured only at the
sacrifice of convenience, and conven
ience can be consulted only by disre
garding tho element of safety. The
Post Check plan Is both convenient
and sare, and, being so. It Is Just what
the public needs In its line. The busi
ness interests and the press favor it
with virtual If not actual nnnnlmlty,
and, in fact, the full measure of popu
larity It has won is a warrant, if not
an order, for its adoption by congress.
England Orders Machinery Here.
Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 22. American
electrical machinery Is to be Install
cd on an extensive scnlo in soveral
of tho more Important English nn
Welsh colliorios, contracts having
Just been closed with a Plttsbur
company, which will represent nn c.v
penditure of considerably over $1
000.000. The principal contract calli
for,, a tOOO-horsc power plant to b(
erected In the collieries of thoStavo-
ly Coal & Iron Company, of Chester
field, English Midlands. Another Im
portant contract Is from tho Snoy
Colliery Company, nt Jlurslnm, Sta
fordshlre, where u ICOO-horso jiown
equipment will be used. The llyer
Green colliery at Ancltlnnd, north of
England, has also ordered from thi
same firm nn oxtcnslvo electric coal
YALE'S BIG SCORE
Football Enthusiasts Treat
ed to a Good Game, Despite
Harvard's Goose Egg,
CROWD LUSTILY CHEERS
THE GIANT RIVALS.
MAYOR SCHMITZ OF SAN
FRANCISCO MAKES SPEECH
BILLIONS OF GOLD DISAPPEAR,
STILL EAT AT MEACHAM,
Temporary Arrangements Made to
Feed Passengers at Eating Station.
Passengers on train No. 6, will still
be furnished breakfast at Meacham,
although the Log Cabin is now a heap
of ashes. Arrangements nave oeen
made, temporarily, with D. F. Mar-
lin, of the Meacham hotel, to serve
breakfast at that place until further
permanent buildings are erected at
Meacham, or the eating station dis
continued. It will greatly inconven
ience the traveling public to miss the
regulation Log Cabin breakfast,
which has been served without inter
ruption for tho past eight years. The
O, R. & N.. has not yet determined on
future plans with regard to rebuild
An Extract From President Gompers'
Address Before the Labor Conven
tion at New Orleans.
"We meet In solid phalanx, regard
less of creed, regardless of dogma.
With national pride biU without ln- Fovter s Under preent 8
ternational prejudice. The world Is , ' ,
our field of action, and man is our Europe Can Shovel All It Wants
brother. We not only proclaim, under ' From Our Treasury.
the unsullied and untarnished banner Congressman Fowler delivered a
of trade unionism, but live the prin-1 significant speech on withdrawals of
ciples of liberty, equality, fraternity , gold by Kiitojk) before the American
and Justice. Ours is an affiliation oi Bankers' Association, at Now Or-
men of like interests, and of a kin-1 leans. He said In part:
dred spirit. It Is the natural growth , "DurinK the nast flvo years which
of sentiment for unity that binds and ; has been a wonderful period In tho
seals the compact for harmony, fldel- history of this country tho balance
ity and fellowship. Our cause de- 0f trade In favor of the United States
mands that there is no worker so deep ' has been $2,700,000,000. Add to that
down in the abyss of misery and des- our production of gold of about $300,-
pair that we dare refuse to extend a 1 000,000 and the grand total Is $3,000.
helping hand in his uplifting; that 1 000.000. Judging from that wo ought
there is no high pinnacle of grandeur to have $3,000,000,000 more than we
to which the tolling masses should , had In 1898. How much have we
not aspire to attain. The trade unions I added? We have added Just $200,000,-
are of, by, and for the wage-workers 1 000 as a matter of fact. Wo havo ap
primarily, but there is no effort which proximately $1,600,000,000 of money
we in our movement can make but and we have on the other side com-
what will have its benencient, salu-ilng due in the next tiireo or four
tary Influence upon all our people. , months about $300,000,000 of oblige
The misery of the past, the struggles Hons.
of the present and the duty for the i "How are we going to stop tho gold
future demand that no effort be left i going to England? It Is fmnoslble.
untried. that all energy be exercised, I The whole of Europe can como Into
and opportunity taken advantage or, our treasury and shovel It out by
to organize the toilers of our country the bucketful. Such a condition would
upon the broad platform of the trade I not exist If the United States notes
union, in full affiliation with the I were retired and the burden was
American Federation of Labor. The! thrown on the bapks,
dim, dismal past, with all its pain and "Never was there a greater need
travail, must give way to the better, than now for a financial system in
Hoped to Have the Pleasure of Wei
coming Their Next Convention In
New Origins, La., j ov. 22. Samuel
Gompers was iinuiilmously re-elected
president of the American Federation
of Labor this morning.
He in ado a brief speuch of thanks
after which Mayor Schmltz of San
Francisco was Introduced and made
a speech of farewell to tho conven
tlon. He expressed the hopo of hav
Ing tho pleasure of welcoming tho
next convention In San Francisco.
The following vice-presidents were
ro-electfid: John Mitchell, James Me
Donne. Mux Morris, Thomas Kldd
nnd Daniel Hayes.
Treasurer, J. W. Lemioii, of Bloom
Frank Morrison, of Washington,
and brighter future for which the
workers have borne the burdens, and
made the sacrifice that the people
of our time, and for all time, may be
Bill to be Presented, Which Will Fa
cilitate the Sending of Money
The fifty-seventh congress will re
assemble in a few weeks and it Je
widely hoped tiat a part of Its work
will be the passage of the Post Check
Currency bills, which provides a prac
tical and convenient method of sand
ing small sums of money by mail, A
great deal has been written on this
this country. What we have Is slm
ply a catch as catch can, go as you
please sort of arrangement The
80,000,000 people In this country who
are converting tlieir products into
$20,000,000,000 annually and sending
exchange bounding above tho bund
red billion mark aro entitled to a sys
tem that Is above tho caprice of a
secretary of the treasury."
Mrs. Dearborn They tell me your
cook is an angel. Mr. Wabash I
reckon she is. She tried to light the
fire with kerosene this morning.
Mrs. Julia Dent Grant, wido of
the late President Grant, 's serious
ly (11 at her home In Washington,..!),
Irish Envoys In Chicago.
Chicago, III., Nov. 22. John Dillon,
M. P.. and Michael Dnvitt Hid Irish
envoys, have arrived In Chicago after
concluding a successful tour of tho
larger elites of tho middle slates. To
morrow tho distinguished visitors will
he the principal figures at the annual
celebration of the anniversary of tho
death of the "Manchester Martyrs,
under the auspices of tho Irjsh socie
ties or utiicago. ,
Two New Arkansas Roads.
Little Rock, Ark., fov, 22. In ad
dllfnn to the several railroad lines
and extensions now building Arlan
sns Is to have two new railroads, ac
cording to an nutliorltatlvn announce
ment just made. One is to extend
from Newport, tho scat of Jackson
county, to Craighead, the seat of Ran
douph county, a distance of 76 miles,
and the other Is to go from Newport
to Jonesborough, tho seat of Craig'
Water Color Exhibition,
New York, Nov, 22. The 13th an-
nual exhibition of the New York
Water Color Club opened today at the
galleries of tho American Fine Arts
Society and will continue until tho
middle of December. Tbo exhlblton
consists pf a large number of the
foremost water color artists of America.
New Pennsylvania Service,
Columbus. 0 Nov. 22, The Penn
eylvania railroad has completed ar
rangements for the inauguration to
morrow of the new passenger train
service between this city and Toledo,
via the Columbi
DRUNK AND DISORDERLY.
Squaws Fight. .
Two Infuriated Indian squawH start
ed In to settlo their difficulties In a
regular linir-pulllng encounter In the
middle of Court street this nftornoon.
When pulled apnrt llttlii damage was
noticeablo on either coin Im tan t, but
both wore bespattered with mud until
thoy worn unrecognizable by their
County Court In 8esalon,
County court Is In session today
for tho purpose of acting on the appli
cation of Helix to become Incorporat
ed, tho dato of tho special election
Is fixed for December 10, and if a
mnjorlty of tho citizens vote for (ho
Incorporation tho court will approve
tho voto and the town wilt lo duly
Tho town Is filled with Indians to
day who como In to root for their fa
vorites at tho football game. Tho W.
& C. It, train brought 26 or 30 women
and men from along Its line and many
caino In on horseback. They all have
on their team colors which Is red
Bheep to Huntington,
Twenty-flvo cars of sheen will liuvo
tho O. II, & N, yard thlu livening lor
Huntington, Tlmy n
which have been bought up from
Umatilla county shp men by Mlnger
THE SOUTH POLE MINE Is now
working a largo force of mn on tun
nels No. 1 and 2. All supplies for
the winter are now at thu inlno and
from tho Increased showing resulting
from last two weeks' work, the man
agement will be Justified In raisins
tho price of stock within a few
We own 4941 feet on tho celi-brntea
North Polo Hill, Our present tunnt
and workings show our mine to m
the richest on tho entire motivw
Present Prl 16e Pr.M
Delightful Weather Adds to the Gala
Appearance of the Battle Royal To
day. New Haven, Nov. 22. The fjwtball
game here today between Yale and
Harvnrd ended In n scoro of 23 to 0 In
favor of Yale. The wenthor wai fine
nnd nn lmmenso crowd witnessed tho
gnni which was n very fine exhibition
regardlobs of the high scoro run tip
by tha Yale team.
In tho first half Yale scored 12
points by somo of the most brilliant
plays over witnessed In Chicago on
the football gridiron. Tho last half
wns almost as sonsatlonnl and 10
points were mado by tho Yalo boys.
Considerable money changed hands
on the gnmo. Tho betting wns ttrong
up to the middle of tho last half of
tho gnmo, tho frlendR of the Harvard
team refusing to acknowledge, defeat
until the contest was flnnl!'' fndod
Illinois 17; Northwestern 0,
Chicago, Nov. 22. Tho Illinois In
dependent team played tho North
western League eleven here today,
which remitted In a score of 17 to 0
In favor of the Illinois team This
gnmo was a very exciting one and up
to tho beginning of tho last half hon
ors were even with tho favors slightly
on tho side of Uie Northwestern
league team. In tho hist halt tho ta
bles turned against them and tho Illi
nois boys won an easy victory.
Starts Out to Hunt Trouble and Con
tributes to Judge Fltz Gerald's Ac
count. A man who gave his name as Ij.
C. Ilrnwn, but whoso real nnmo Is
withheld, wns fined $10 In police.
court Friday for being drunk nnd dis
orderly. "Drown" Is n clerk iu tho
grocery store on Court street nnd he
concluded that he was tho whole show
after having filled up on fighting
booze. However, ho did not get out
and offer to fight any men, hut pro
ceeded to clean out evoryono In sight
with his pocltetknlfo. This wns easi
ly done as none cared to stand up in
front of him nnd bo carved, He hart
nn ugly looking knife In his hand
und threatened tr kill everyone ho
saw. Tho pollco wore cnllod nnd thoy
Roon landed him and after ho sobered
up ho wttB duly repentant. Judge
I'ltz (loruld gave him a wholosomo
lecturtt on tho "evils of his way," and
It is not likely that "Ilrown" will
again go wrong,
subject, and there are a lew who do