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PENDLETON, UMATFLLA COVNTV, OHEGON. TfESDAY, DKCEM HER 2l, 1H)2.
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tty uiaims io oe m
f Succession With
rfluddha and Ma-
MIGRATION OF SOULS.
fema Is an Absolute Dicta-
fyone at the Institution
Cal Doc. 23. What
be a remarkable revela-
inner workings of the The-
lustltutlou at Point Loma.
tt out at today's session
It of the libel suit of Mrs.
Tingley head of the Unl-
iherhood against the Times-
Bpany of Los Angeles. The
i in the form of a deposition
ouis S Fitch, of Hartford,
Ip to the deponent, who
employed as bookkeeper
Universal Brotherhood, of
became a member, a dog be-
Jirs Tlngley, was suppos
Inherited the spirit of the
ader of the Tlieosonhlcal
I; that Mrs. Tlngley was re-
l the prophet In line of suc-
Bcludlng Buddha. Christ of
timet, and that she told the
I that marriage relations as
the world In her belief were
Bse and perverted and that
lo lived the life at Point Lo
evolve so as to reach a
ere marriage would not be
the pledge of the Esortic
Theosophy was very bind-
nemhers taking an oath to
leaders in all things: the
ling Kathorine Tingley. Mrs.
had absolute control over
and everybody which she
1 In the minutest detail. She
t where every member should
hat they should eat, and
by should eat it: whom they
alk or talk with.
Ung was done in absolute si-
member being allowed to
TO FIGHT THE COMBINE.
(Cigar Men of New York to Keep all!
Trust Goods Out of" Sight Ask Sup-,
port of Unions.
New York, Dec. 23. The Retail Ci
gar & Tobacco Dealers' Association i
of Greater New York, has decided to'
begin its active campaign against the !
American Tobacco Company on sev
eral lines. By a unanimous resolu
tion the members of the association
pledged themselves not to purchase
any new brands of tobacco from the
company after January 1, 1903. By
another resolution, also passed unan
imously, the members will on Janu
ary 1 removo from their show cases
and stores all advertising matter of
the combine, and will, as far as pos
sible, remove its goods from their
shelves and keep them out of sight.
They will only keep these brands of
tobacco which aro standard and for
which there Is an active demand.
It was decided that a committee of
10 should visit all labor organizations
of the city and request them to ab
stain from the purchase of the Amer
ican Company's goods and aid them
otherwise in making the fight It was
ordered tnat every member of the as
sociation place in his window a pla
card which shall show that he is on
tno sine or the independents.
Crown Princess of Saxony,
Who Consorted With an
American Dentist, is Now
THE EMPEROR REQUESTS
HER TO RETURN HOME.
North Carolina Fire.
Ashville. N. C, Dec. 3. Fire at
Hickory, CO miles distant, which oc
curred at noon, destroyed a business
block. The loss is $40,000.
Forbes and Neal,
d, Cal., Dee. 23. The arena
ellance Athletic Club is to be
tonight of the most notabh
event seen on the pacific
nee the Jeffrles-Fltzsimmons
er The contestants ere to be
brbes of Chicago, and Frank
e Paciiic coast bantam, and
is the bantamweight cham-
title now held by tho ('!ir-
lie atticles of agreement call
Itounti bout at 315 pounds.
Iiccompanled by his trainers,
Iterp several days ago and
peted his woru of preparation
lattle Judging from today's
Ifeu his training quarters he
Utttk for the contest. Neal
ft reported in excellent trim
fhsand his many admirers
Jiiesij are of the opinion that
"pntle champion a hard tus
'Jifin Pacific coast bov Iihb
is excellent work, defeat-
"tfthe best lads In his class.
Due to Misrepresentation.
Caracas, Dec 23. The detention of
the lied Line steamer Caracas by the
Italian gunboat, was due to a mlsin
terpretation of the blockade orders.
Bishop of Cantebury Dead.
London, Dec. 23. Frederick Tem
ple, the arch bishop of Cantebury,
died at 8:17 this morning.
If,9ress of Universities.
'fork. Dec 23. The Associa
f American Universities, which
33 Itself with the nrnhlnmc nf
education in the Uulted
. iH hold its fourth annual
A thrfw flnrft mutiny
llld flnrl rn tninrnerlnif nrn
.---. U UUU1 CODCD UUU UIO'
deallnir with pHnnntlnnnl
8 has Imnn n.n An
Mjlnent lnstiutions that will be
r icu,at the conference are the
"alty of Pf1lr,..l Tl n
IT-. . -'I'ut ilia, duuuts J1UU
Unlvproll,. Tti i... . .
tni- .. ""'vursiiy oi unica
iniiprslty of Michigan, Universl-
, "u"yivania, Princeton Unl-
fciii ' 01 Wisconsin, xaie
lllo if FIark University and tho
s ""orauy or America.
0nElohth of Its Value.
Irrllllndre(1 corporations in thjs
Ef inX-Jr1 an aggregate capl
P. 13.500.OOO nnn t,.7 i
0fkers. nnv tr.i. nnn nnn l..
,00ononnavena5 nnnua1' ""tP"1 of
fellew . . 8 an one serious
K the labor represented
Ih it. 'T WUB wonn only on-
t" "S Value? Ilosehllri- Wvlur.
New Bank for pii
Icurrcn "-me controller of
I Ftaf.AM ,autborlzed the Or-
r 'I'H Natlonnl Tlni.
N.'Ht,Sr?mir' I; L, Hlndman,
raj."?. D"d 'J-ed.
1(i and ini lB ltxe number
ty.flva tif nearly 1000.
Selaml, f?...h"o been Inter-
WERE DRIVEN FROM GENEVA
DURING RECENT STRIKE.
One Bomb Is Exploded In the Cathe
dral of St. Pierre Another Was
Thrown at the President's House.
Geneva, Dec. 23. A bomb was ex
ploded in the French cathedral of St.
Pierre this morning. The edifice was
not seriously damaged. Windows
within a radius of several blocks were
smashed. It is believed to have been
perpetrated by anarchists as a re
venge for their expulsion from Gene
va during the recent strike.
Later in the forenoon another at
tempt was made by an anarchist to
explode a bomb in the president's
residence. The bomb was hurled over
the wall and exploded in the yard.
The residence was not seriously dam
She Was Accompanied to Switzer
land by Her Brother Leopold, Who
Has With Him as a Mistress a
French Dance Hall Singer.
Geneva, Dec. 23. Crown Princess
Louise of Saxony is at the Hotel Ge
neva here with Corin, a French tutor.
She becomes a mother In May. Tho
lather of her child is supposed to bo
an American dentist. She was accom
panied here my her brother, Arch
Duke, Leopold, who has as a mis
tress a French dance hall singer.
The princess received a visit today
from two arch dukes sent by Emper
or Franz Joseph, asking her to return
Tho crown princess of Saxony fled
from her home on the night of De
cember 11 or 12 according to the
Dresden Journal. She is said to have
suddenly, in a state of intense excite
ment, deserted her family at Sales
burg and to have gone abroad. The
Saxon court functions for the winter
have been canceled, including the
New Year's reception. Her reputed
dentist lover Is said to be a promi
(Prince Friederich August, crown
prince of Saxony, married November
21, 1891, the Princess Louise of Tus
cany. They have five children.)
INTO HUT WATER
Pumpman of the White Swan
Mine, While Attempting to
Repair a Pump, Fell Into
A FIREMAN KILLED.
V hlle Assisting People to Escape
From Burning Bilriing, a Ladder
Broke With the Fireman,
, Hradford. Pa., Pec. 23. Tho Odd
J Fellows' brick block was burned this
morning The upper floor was occu
pied as sleeping rooms. Five ftr-
men on a ladder wore unfitting tho
people from the upper stories to es
cape and wore precipitated to the
ground by the breaking of tho ladder.
One was killed outright and another
was seriously Injured. Tho loss will
amount to $200,000.
WAS HORRIBLY SCALDED
DIES THIS MORNING.
Miners Heard His Cry and Recueri
Him, But Too Late Flesh Pealed
From the Bones Was a Single
Haker City, Dec. 23. Thomas
Joyce, a pumpman at the White
Swan mine. 13 miles northeast of this
place, fell down a shaft last night
into the sump filled with boiling
water. He was horribly scalded and
died this morning. His llesh peeled
from iue bones.
The sump was heated by an exhaust
from the pump. Joyce descended to
fix . tho pump and fell head long.
Miners ou the 300-foot level heard his
cry and rescued him, but ho died In
agony soon after.
He was a single man. His sister.
Mrs. Mary Qulgley, lives In Idaho.
He has a brother In the Klondike.
WILL BE TAKEN TO PARIS.
Extradition Papers Prepared Infor
mation Concerning Their Defense
Paris, Dec. 23. The formalities for
the extradition of the Humberts have
been arranged and they will be
brought here tomorrow. Xo one is al
lowed to interview them, hence re
liable -Information concerning their
defense is unobtainable.
Fire in Spokane.
Spokane, Dec. 23. Fire last night
demolished the passenger depot of
the Oregon Railroad" & Navigation
Company, causing a loss of $10,000.
WILL BE TREATED ALIKE.
Castro Promises French That They
Will Be Paid After Difficulties Are
Paris, Dec. 23. President Castro,
replying to a note of the foreign office
relative to the French claims, said
they would receive the same treat
ment as those of England, Germany
and Italy, after the difficulties had
been adjusted by arbitration.
WAITING FOR FORMAL REQUEST.
No Action as Yet, Taken by President
Roosevelt In Venezuelan Matter,
Washington, Dec. 23. The formal
request from the allied powers asking
Piesident Roosevelt to act as arbitra
tor in the Venezuelan matter is unre
ceived. Tho cabinet meeting discuss
ed the affairs and it was decided to
await the formal request before de
termining upon a course of action.
Mormons Revere a Prophet
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dec. 23.
Wherever there are Mormons today
has been celebiated, and in a number
of instances tho festivities have en
tirely taken the place of the celebra
tion two days hence bv Cui .r-t.-, no..
iwUiui-r .'3 is Joseph Smiths birth
day anniversary, and the observance
ot it and of Brigham Young's birthday
are official holidays of the Mormon
church. The celebrations take the
form of anniversary exercises in the
different meeting houses with music
and discourses on the life and deeds
of Joseph Smith. Tho story is told
of his birth in 1805 in a lowly farm
house at Sharon, Vt., his alleged dis
covery of the tacred plates, and his
subsequent "revelations," the story
of his subsequent career, in which he
founded the Mormon religion, and tils
tiagic death in Illinois,
Blr Poultry Show Opens.
Pullman, Wash., uec, 23. The an
nual poultry and pot stock show un
der the auspices of the Whitman coun
ty Fanciers' Association opened to
day and will continue until next Sat
urday. All the best birds of the state
are here gathered together. They
make a total of over 1000 birds. In
cluding every kind of fancy breed,
Especially notable are t'.e displays of
chickens and turkeys. Judging was
commenced today uder the dlrectior
of F, W Hitchcock, of Denver.
To Feed Twenty-Fve Thousand.
New York, Dec. 23. For two weeks
past the familiar gypsy kettles have
stood suspended from tripods on the
street corners of the metropolis to re
cplve donations for the Christmas
dinners which the Salvation Army
gives to the poor each year, and the
pots have been "kept bailing" with
such effect that the organization ex
pects to.be able to fill 25.000 stomachs
with turkey and acompanlmonts day
p'tpr tomorrow Tito mammoth feed
will be spread in thp Grand Central
Palace, the army having been unable
to secure Madiiofl Square Garden,
which has Iippii uswl In former years.
The menu will Include soup. beef,
bread, turkpy. potatoes turnips, ap
ples nrangeK and plum pudding. lie
Hides Oie thousandx who will be fed
In the Grand Central Palace other
UiouHands will he fed at home by the
Salvation Army lade and lasajos who
will spend tho day In distributing
Recent Cold Spell Causes Building
Operations to Cease in Walla
Walla Walla, Dec. 23. A lull In
building operntloi.h in this city has
thrown out of mployment scores of
men who weie busily engaged In con
structlng buildings until the recent
cold snap came several days ago. The
cold was not severe enough to cause
work to be abandoned but the fog
and rain made It Impracticable for
men to do their best work, and a gen
eral suspension occurred. Four largo
buildings are delayed seriously, while
a dozen lesser ones will have to wait
for sunshine before progress will bo
attempted. Tho Odd Fellows' temple,
a large brick structure, is nearly
ready for tho front, the Ilaumeister
brick, the largest building in the city.
Is ready for the second Moor, and the
new warehouse or the Inland Emplro
Produce Company Is almost ready to
roof. Tho Davln three-story , block
has reached the third floor and Is in
a bad shape to stand tho severe wet
weather. It Is expected that in two
or three weeks the weather will have
settled so that operations can bo con
tlnued long enough to finish up tho
work on hand.
Pope Leo Receives Thirty Cardinals
Apparently In His Usual Good
Rome, Dee. 23. Thirty cardlnnls
presented holiday greetings to tho
pope this morning. Leo replied In a
Htm voice apparently In his usual
health. He expressed his satisfac
tion at tho loyalty of Catholics
throughout the world.
All Kinds, Unique and Costly,
From All Parts of the United
States and Island Possessions.
PRESIDENT AND FAMILY
RECIPIENTS OF MANY.
$500,000 Fire In Nebraska.
Hon trice. Neb., Doc. 23. Flic this
forenoon destroyed the three-story
brick Masonic Temple. Tho Hentrlce
National Hank ami suveral smaller
buildings nr still raging. In tho
vaults of the bank, burled beneath
the debris, arc $300,000. Tho dnmnge
so far is about $500,000.
Now York, Dec. 23. Mayor Setli
Low has appointed General Vincent
Green comnilsslonei of police this
morning to succeed Partridge.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Frnuclseo, Dec. 23. Wheat
$1.37tKi per cental.
Wheat In Chicago,
Chicago. Dec. 23. Wheat 7 H', fi
cents per bushel.
JUMPED FROM THE BUILDING
THREE GIRLS FATALLY IN-
JURED IN ST. JOSEPH
OFFICES IN DEMAND.
Prominent Umatilla County Citizen
Marries Walla Walla Woman.
Walla Walla, Dec. S!3. A quiet
rouse wedding took pluot Sunduy
fvenlng at the home of Mrs. Ma I.
Irvine In Newell street, when the
Rev. Albert Dale Grantz. pastor of the
First Presbyterian church. Joined In
matrimony Clarence W. Avj-ry, of
Umatilla county, Oregon, and Ida I.
Iivlne. of Walla Walla. A number of
friends of the bride were present.
Following tho ceremony a wildlng
sppor was served. Tho couple will
spend the holidays at the home of the
groom's parents. Mr. Avery Is pro
prietor of tho hotel at IJIngham
Springs, anil the bride is well known
in musical circles In Walla Walla
W. C. COLEMAN DEAD.
In Walla Walla
Year Rents Very
Frank Oleson, cashier of the Scan
dinavian Bank of Whatcom, Wash.,
has been sentenced to four years for
wrecking that Institution.
A New Condition
After the New
Walla Walla, Dpc. 23. The new
year will be opend with a new condi
tion In the business blocks of this
city. There Is scarcely an office
room to be had at any price, and
along the business streets there is not
a business or store room vacant any
where in a building suitable for busi
ness purposes. The demand for of
fice rooms Is strong, and dally per
sons are Been trying to secure loca
tions In the central part of the city,
with no success at all. This congest
ed condition will be relieved when the
Uauraeister building Is completed,
oine time in the future, as the build
ing will furnish about 40 rooms for
ofllecs, and three large store rooms
with steam heat and all modern con
veniences. Even at this time all the
best locations have been leased by
local business or professional men.
For many years the business dls
trlct has been occupied by a large
number of saloons, every one anxious
to secure the best corners in the city.
Enormously high rentals would be
paid in this line of business, and mer
chants bad to pay about as much or
lose the, corners where the principal
trao gathers. In this way landlords
have secured high rentals for all good
business propeity in Walla Walla.
Dut the rush for 6econd and third
floor locations where saloons have not
attempted to go. Is a new condition
Was a Prominent Railroad Man and
Many Years gent for the W. & C.
R. at Dayton.
Dayton, Wash., Dec. 23. W. C.
Coleman, for many yeats agent for
the Washington & Columbia River
railway at this place, and a prominent
railroad man, 'lied u this city yes
terday of complication of diseases,
from which ho had suffered for years,
About a year ago his health failed
and he left the city to recuperate In
the East. The change did no good,
and a few weeks ago bo returned,
)he last hope having been dissipated.
He left a wife and considerable property.
Case of the State ngalnet. William
Springer 8et for Tomorrow.
The case of the state against Wil
liam Springer for assault did not come
to trial today, but was postponed un
til 10 o'clock tomorrow.
This is a case which almost result
ed in a tragedy and the trouble all
grew out of a worthless dog. One of
tho men had a dog which tho other
claimed had been stolen from him.
The men jnet and a row ensued. One
is accused or UBing an ax ana mu
other Js accused of drawing an ugly
looking knife. Both men rushed to
town to try and have the other ar
rested. Walsh was first to secure a
warrant for Sorlnger. Justice Flu
Gerald recommended that too district
attorney Jook further into the case
before it went to trial. ,
Fire Breaks Out in the Chase Candy
Factory Four Have Both Legs
St. Joseph, Mo Dec. 23. Flru oc
curred In the Chnne candy factory this
afternoon. Six girls Jumped from tho
third story windoy. Thieo wero fa
tally Injured. The oldest, ago ID, and
the i h roo next oldest, aged 15, had
both legK I roken. Tho loss was
EXPLOSION CAUSED PANIC.
Followed by Fire Eight Seriously
Burned Loss Small.
Cincinnati, O., Dec. 23. A gas ox
ploslon followed by flro In un apart
ment houito Uils morning caused a
j Hiiic among the lumntos. Eight
wero borlously burned, thteo possl
I ly fatally. The loss was small.
Hullalic. O., Dec. 23. Flro In the
wholesale district today cniifcpd n loss
PREPARING TO IRRIGATE.
Two New Ditch Companies Incorpo
rated Today, ,v
Articles of Incorporation for two
ditch companies wore filed with tho
county clerk this forenoon. Thuy
The Browne'll Ditch Co,
Articles for tho Unnvnoll Ditch
Company, with DoWItt C. Hrownoll
Clara A. Hrownoll and Dan C. Hrown-
ell as Incorporators, were filed this
Tho object of tho Incorporation Is
to take water from the Umatilla River
for Irrigation and domestic purposes,
Tho principal office Is to be at Uma
tilla and the capital stock Is fixed at
$5000. This Btock Is to be divided In
to 300 shares at a par valuo of $10
The Sageland Irrigation Co.
Articles for the Sageland Irrigation
Company were filed with tho clerk
this forenoon. Tho Incorporators ar'-
Robert N. Stanflold, DoWItt C. Brown
ell and Stephen A. Ixjwell, It is thu
object of this corporation to build
ditches and canals to convey water
from Mill Creek to Irrigate lands In
tho vicinity of tho creek. The capital
stock is to he $1000 divided Into 100
shares at $10 each. Tho principal
olfico of tho company Is to bo at
IRA R08E ARRAIGNED,
Be Glcven Until the 26th
Plead Guilty or Not
Ira Rose, tho young man now In
Jail, with horse stealing and various
other charges hanging over his head,
was arraigned before Judgo Rills to
day. Ho still maintains his Innocence
of tho chargo of ever hiring a horso
and trading It off, but the Judge decld
ed to give him until the 26th to
change his mind. Ho has been posi
tively Identified as tho man to whom
(tie horse was rented In vvesron ana
the came fellow who traded tne ani
mal off to a fanner livnjr down the
river below bore. Apparently, ho
stands no show to prove his Inno
cence and if be pleads guilty he may
get off lighter than if be goes to trial,
Relatives, Friends nnd Admirer of
the Roosevelts Send Them a Gret
Number of Presents.
Washington, I). S Doc. 23. Christ
nuiM iMt-senta arc arriving In great
numbeiH at the white house, coming
from relatives, personal friends arid
admirers of Ibii RoohovcUh. Tho char
actor of the gifts Is varlcih Sotno aro
costly, otlu rs unique, nnd not ft few
on tho freak order. They ctmio not
only from tho states, but from tho
West Indies and thu far East Cigars
without number aro sent to tho presi
dent from Culm, Porto ltlco and Ma
nila, tho senders evidently not being
aware of1 tho fact that Mr, Ronsovclt,
unlike his predecessor, tins no groat
fondness for tobacco. From China
and tho Philippines como many curios
and not a fow of thoaa aro nddressed
to the younger miubcrfl of tho presi
dent's family Tropical fruits, Includ
ing crates of pineapples, hananan and
oranges, hnvo been received at tho ox-
ocutlvo mansion, and turkeys, barrels
of npplos ami wild guma hnvo coma
fiom frlomlB within the states. Tho
dally delivery ot Innumerable parcels
nt tho whlto house boar testimony to
the fact that It Is Indeed going to bo n.
merry Christmas with thu chief exec
utive and his family. In splto of num
erous oxncflng duties Mrs, Roosevelt
has managed to spend sevoral hours
each wool; at fhe different stores and
In consequence all of l.or glfta aro
ready for distribution. Like Mrs. Mc
Klnloy she selects tho presents for hor
Intimate friends from Ilttlo keepsakes
mado by her own hands. Miss ICthol
Roosevelt will not rnco.vo a doll this
year, and this will bo tho first tlmo
that hoi mother has not drosBeil such
a plaything for lior daughter. Mrs.
Roosevelt, however, learned that Mlna
Ethel had concluded that her family
was largo enough, and that hho would
prefer books or sonio Intrlcata puz
zles, which are popular at hor school,
Ihtitond of moro dolls, l.lttlo ljuln-
tin, howover, believes In boy babies,
and has qulto an assortment of rough
riders, clergymen nnd soldiers, and he
will doubtless add to his collection.
Archlhaud scorns such ptaythlngH and
alwnys asks for something alive or
for collars and othor ornaments for
bis numerous pots, Tho cabinet wo
men will follow tho precedent estab
lished lust yoor and will present Mrs.
Roosevelt with a handsome glfL This
ptoHcnt Ih oxceedlncly beautiful and
costly. Nono of I bo ladies fools frco
to iIIscIoho Its imtuio, bi.t tln-y all say
It Is somothlnB Mra. Roo3evelt has
desired for sotno tli. o and for which,
alio Ims frequently txprosHod a wish,
Mrs flay, oh flu ranking hulv of thfi
cabinet, whh selected to puri'lmco the
DAY SET FOR TRIAL.
Llnder and Morris Will Have a Hear
the First of January,
Tim trials of James I.lndtir and
Frank Morris, now In tho county jail,
have been net for trial for the tlrnt
days of the January term or tb i.nt
Llnder In thu young man who hired
n horse and saddle from tho City Liv
ery Stable last fall, rodo It to Rilio.
whuro ho sold it for $20. and uquun
dercd tho money In a poker game.
Morris Is tho last of the trio charg
ed with stealing morchandlso from
D n. Rlchardson'a store In Helix lib)
partners In crlmo pleaded guilty und
are now serving thnlr terms In the
stiito prison, but Morris stoutly denied
his guilt und will stand trial, Ho
promises to spring something un
thouglit of which will chango the face
of his crlmo In tho eyes of tho law.
Peter Cheney Dead.
Peter Cheney, 87 years of ago, died
at 11 o'clock today at tho homo ot
his son, A. II, Cheney, on the Tutnll
la, Mr, Cboney camo to Umatilla
county 40 years ago from Ohio, He
has been a sufferer for tho past seven
years from cancer of tho ear and It
was this which ended his life. He
leaves tho son, A. II, Cheney, here,
and ono son In Virginia, his wlfo hav
ing died soveral years ago.
CRACKHR CURKK PACTS
North Pole rnlno was offered for
sale three years ago for $C00,000, It
has 6000 feet on tho mother lode
It is now worth twenty million dollars.
The South Pole mine adjoins, has
4941 feet on tho name iodo, has sir
tunnels, amounting to 2200 feet, ail
In ore. Wn eiDect within JftW tbna
three years' work to hare a mine M
valuable us Worth I'uie Is lodar-
flouth role stock is selling at it
cents until about January 1st.
Buy before tho price raises.
See Qahagan at Hartman Abtrfrftct
offlc, Psndleton, Ore.