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'iPENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY OREGON, Fill DAY, MAY" 22,1903.
.i h t" l Corlil
Lent of all Present
MpLE BETTER POSTED
NOW THAN FOHHiM".
i Leader Looks for and
, L,MI.T,l.,mnh of Equity and
of Both Capita.
ktiv 22.-John Mitchell.
lo, ,ii,iishod by
iw '.FK ?f:.X ,t thn country
wv m'tefore'tho closo of tho
BbtaMed.oerore in thn strikes
l0. -;-- nlao say8
S& a attract
'i.r lohnr has become a
. r8.t. ... RVHtcm of cco-
dTociety nuut figure on it
1 U eTOIUUUUo.
to other hand, tho formation of
n. nii. nf merclne ana
nUalag capital are developments,
italarlr of trie past uiruu
ihcre capital never mm. ""
He attention before, us Bmauuai
t Is tow observed. As labor or
i..ni, otfpct rnnltal more than
i etitr one thine, they also come
sJtr the glare of the limelight.
im lino more trouuie now uonvrou
ie employer and employe than there
i been K uie past, nor uiu uur
i my more serious; out tne peo
with the times and that is
I they watch every move on this
r UNIONS DENOUNCE HARRY.
R SITUATION INfcHICAGO.
Some Settlements Expected, But New
nfilrtien Mnv 22. Thn lnimili-v
owners are awaiting an answer from
7,000 HtriKors wno are expected to re
iim tn work as a result of the offer
f the union wage scale.
, Tho railways have declared their
urllllticmnfin tn nrhltrntp with thn
frolght handlers and packers and they
'and representatives of their 25,000
"omploycs arc conferring over the de
mands, it IS now believed that fu
ture strikes will bo averted.
Hlglit nunnreu tailors ana cioining
examiners thin morning demanded "a
minimum wago scaio of tis per week.
Thnli- linccmci nrnmnt.lv Inlnpil thn P.tyi.
ployors' Association and laid the de
mands or men- employes ucioro mat
T."Vitlni- nt ttio Tlltnntn iiitrnnn nf In.
bor statistics, -today gave out a state
ment warning employers against iock-
nntti Tin Rftvd thn' nnlv rnKllIt nf enph
a condition would be to drivo nil un
skilled labor into the rural districts
and cause an overwhelming scarcity
of nil kinds or lauorors in unicago.
AWFUL CRIME IN INDIANA.
THE UN'S VISITING CHIEF
Largest Crowd Ever Assembled in Portland Greeted the
President-Entric Town Took a Holliday.
DAY WAS ENDED BY MR. ROOSEV ELT LAYING THE CORNER STONE
OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK MONUMENT, USING f
AN ENGRAVED SILVER TROWEL. t
Portland, May 22. Greeted by
deafening cheers sent up by enthusi
astic and patriotic citizens, the spec
ial train of President Roosevelt whirl
ed nlong tho tracks of the Southern
Pacific entering the city limits of
I . II .1 1tMA,l thn
I ..leu, nuuicii nnu 1:11111111,11 nn... vmu
Disappearance of Young Woman Sup- Burnsldc and steel bridges to catch
JUOCU .V. UC ITIUI UWI VU1 . U n ' ' J ' " ! 1 " w " ' " " " " "
Ijiwrnceburg, Ind., May 22. Ex- as Its precious freight the chief ex
cited posses aro scouring the country ecutivc of the United States.
In search ofr Anna KIscr, aged 17, Tho travelers in tho train could
who is probably the victim of a foul be seen peering out of the windows
assault and murder. Last night she
accompanied her father to church.
Her father was struck down by a
club and laid unconscious by the road
all night. The girl was evidently car
ried Into the woods near hy.
Her hat and umbrella, being found
thn rlvnr bank, leads to
the theory that she was assaulted and
murdered and her hody tnrown into
tho river. A suspicious looking color
ed man, a giant in stature, who was
seen loitering around Manchester
station yesterday, is suspected or tne
k Won i Platform Built by Non-
Union Labor In Portland.
1. Mav 22. Because O. Y.
r t nn Ihn nlfitfnrm hullt. bv
union labor, for the reception of
mt Rooseevit, the rortianu
as bare denounced him as Doing
irilr. Harrv la a member of the
ill lid Clark Fair commission and
ie commission was tendered a po
ll of honor near the nrcsldcnt. it
i accessary for the members to
ft m the nlatfnrm. Thn nlntfnrm
! erected by non-union men and
ma say Harry should have re-
!l tfilon nrinrlnlpa liv ntttlno' nn n
..u ,' . :" "
ENGINE WORKS BURN.
1 Loss of Property and . One
. PlUl. Mnv Tl,,. WnlrnnO
Wj this morning with a Iosb of
mtm i ni.i,n.. t. . i
j.wivwim ana proDauiy fatally in
M k to ObUIn Her Ends
r ' """"l IDCUIVU4.
t ATT MV -Bulgaria comes
Iff f0,?1 as a champion of peace
l11'- Natchovitch, tho ex-
u,tll0ln. win bo sent to
n S.?le 68 minister to carry
iPtUtloaR with Turkey to ar-
mtmi II uun iiiuuu),
"""l".6 y peaceful means
"mng conditions of the Macedon-
7 DI Manappinn.
10 M tO ! . .
Wit J, TV "Jueri iiaoD, a
KJr Of last nleht attfimntlnc
lP hl three children from hla
liift. .! e'h0 Hves with her uncle.
K7'f Ink manufacturer.
i :;'... ," According to
m iT"? min StCr fn l,1 I. a,m.
kiu- - luivu yuan. rt
i cme when .she .announced
lie aZ? 10 South Dakota,
'"ree and the cuBtodv of thn
i Jit. ul 111 a ",a "7
'Wlffl'o t(natln.n.. mi
pTC l- 8 a"" 7. The
Wffl'," ' ub over In tho
mtnm'ZJcv mo peace and
w, -lartaer attempts.
y'theBo tr"' nay
1 mono . 08 crackod last
J i D tUDDS nnH nnroa
,owe Is no clue to the rob-
Favors Two States.
WnRnlnirtnn Mnv 22. SecrCtarV Of
the Interior Hitchcock, who returned
erm n n tnannpflnn In Dklahnma and
the Indian Territory today declared
he is opposed to admitting me two
as one state and says it would bo un
fair to tho Indians.
NEARLY A MILLION ARE LOST
ENORMOUS LOSSES FROM
STORMS IN MONTANA.
State Board of Sheep Commissioners
Estimate Loss Since December at
a Million and a Half.
titn Mnni ATnv 22. A Helena
special to the inter-Mountain says:
Statistics complied uy rrciui
C. Power, of tho state board of sheep
lnlnr.v0 fWnc thn tntfll THimber
of sheep lost In the recent blizzard,
at 900,000. up to uie uuw ui "
storm GOO.000 had frozen in tho snow
of previous blizzards, making the
grand total of 1,500,000 loBt in Mon
tana since Decemoor. At nu """i"
nf $2.50 this means a monetary loss
of 83,750,000. The figures are oltlciai,
being based on tables compiled from
special reports trom coumj
Mnnln.nrt n n ft nllflltpfl bV J. A.
UUlUiUIDaiu.lv. w, - - .
Ferguson, state commissioner or la
bor and agriculture, auu
Secretary of State Marks.
STUDENTS TO MAKE SURVEYS.
Pullman Agricultural College Boys
Draw Government Pay.
Pullman, Wash.. May 22.-Ralph
Cowgill, W. A. C, and Manche Ben
nett, U, of V havo Just Joined A. H.
o..i ' f Wunhlneton. D. C and
have startod to Mount Adams, Wash.,
They will bo followed py
and A. 1 Qiovor, nnu inn i
.ni i. .nr,ni.rnnhtral man of uie
will uiunu u w-r- - - -- -
Mount Adams quadrangle. A M. ior
pen and IC C. Bowers have left to Join
a govoinmoni buiv i""' ,J
S,r. i... nnr Fred Itichan
UUJllUllllllJ .v,, - - - ,
has Joined a party in tho Bitter Boot
Fight Over a Wealthy Imbecile.
Lafayette, Ind., May "--The sub
atanco of depositions taken at . Ctacta
natl Ust week concerning tne cond
"ion ot young millionaire , Moses Fow
lor nt the tlmo and after his sun
ntrnkn was roado public by the at
orneys Cay The witnesses agree
that he Bhowed great affection . tor his
aunt,- who now seeks his 8"
ship They say he hugged ami kiss
ed her good night and awaited her
fppea in tho morning, when
there woro repeated caresses. These
deposiUoiiB ahUlng hi. affoctton H is
thought will prove impotent in decld
Ing the caso.
Tho strike of the Union Shingle
..... i . -t Onn.'nnn nQS DeOn
Allll opera" o t.-v
broken and tho men returned to work
of the palatial cars and devouring
with greedy eyes tne signt or row
land's harbor, with its deep-sea ves
Hnlo rlvnr prnft nml a multitude Of
small row and sailboats. The foreign
shipping appeared to advantage, ino
skippers having shown their appreci
ation of the occasion by throwing
to the breeze the Hags of all mari
time nations, and the yaruarms oi
many ships -were lined with seamen.
In the midst of all this thunder of
whistles and shouts, the steady, hut
intermittent aetonauons oi uie can
non manipulated by tho battery locat
ed In tho terminal grounds, camo with
the regularity of clockwork, showing
how well the men at the guns knew
What happened next, has never had
its parallel in Portland. The very
hnnvonn Ronmivl In imminent danger
of being rent with the cheers, yells
and Joyous acclamations or mo sway
ing, turbulent multitude. With the
possible exception of the day when
the Second Oregon Volunteers shoul
dered their Springfield rifles and
ptnrtori fnr ho Phllinnines to play an
Important part in the invasion of
those Islands, there has never been
such excitement at the union uepoi,
and even on that memorable occasion
n, nrnw.i wna tint as dense and by
It as hanny as tho
mthnplni. tlilc nftprnnnn.
t. n-ao n mnst rosmoDolltan crowd
IV.I l.mniirl ho vlrlnltV Of thO de
pot, and almost every nationality tin
der the sun could be rounci caniuriuB
fnr a nlace where a full view was
thn neoDle that
came early in the morning and camp'
o,i r, no Ktrppt lntp.rsecuoiiB rauutir
ing cold lunches did noi expieoo
nZ.in nt tliplr lnnc vlcll. To see
President Roosevelt was worth the
Met bv Committee
cor,ntn Mltphell. accompanied by
Judge Bellinger, chairman oi me cum
t... AAAntlnn nnn niHvur tvii
Hams, of the city of Tortland, entered
ho nrpsldont's nrivato car imraedl-
v. trnln pnmlnc to a
After shaking Mr. Roosevelt s hand,
firnatnr 'MHphpll nrp8inted .llillcS Bll
linger, who In turn Introduced Mayor
Williams, the latter acting as person-
nl pscrat In thn ppplltlvn. Oovemor
Chamberlain, Senator Fulton, Senator
Ankeny and Harvey w. scott were ai
so ot the party.
TCino rnrrineps fnr use nf the Drosl
dent and his guest and members of
tlip; rpppntlnn rnmmlttpn had been
drawn up insldo the depot lnclosuro
and these were entered as soon as
lirlnf irrpptlnirs bail been snoken. Tho
stay of President Roosevelt wns to
be short In Portland and each one of
those who met him remembered that
the great man was visiting tho people
nnd that Individual wiahcs and prefer
ences must not stand in tho way ot
the right of the public to see us cniei.
After the triumphal parado through
tho pltv tho nrosldcnllal uarty were
escorted to the platform which had
been prepared ror mem nnu mu
crowds surged like the waves of a
sea. In trvlnc to get within sound of
When Senator Brownoll had finish-
oil Mr woll.wnrdpn nririrPSR of wel
come, the president came to tho front
of the platform and was wildly cneer
ed. He smilingly bowed nnd said:
"This Is a land that Is bound to
make Its future areater than Its
mighty past." He then thanked the
mm nf the Grand Armv of the Repub
lic and nf the Volunteers who went
to the Philippines and also extolled
the valor of the men who once wore
the nreu as well as those who at that
tlmt. urnre the. hlue. "The civil War."
he said, "left us all a heritage of
brotherhood, a heritage as glorious
for descendants of those who fought
on the side of the South as those on
the side of the North. The volunteers
of the recent war proved that they,
too, have the courage, spirit oi pat
rlnllrm nnrl th nrlnelnles nf brother-
hood In their souls as well as their
fathers before them. The only dis
tinctions of citizenship that should be
reeonnlzed now are between the men
who do their duty and those who fail
to do It.
"The man who tries to excite sec
tional or class prejudice Is an enemy
to the state and should be so treated
by his felows. Just as In the case of
war, It matters not whether the man
at your right hand was a banker or
a bricklayer, a Jew or a Gentile, a
millionaire or a ;-.?uper. It matters
not what your neighbor's creed or
station may be. You want to know
whether he Is a good eltzen or not
If he does his duty to the state and
city and his family, he is alt right
We must continue to work out our
selvatlon along the lines of fairness,
of honesty and common sense."
Eceentrc Millionaire's Queer Dehests
t .,,Ulllr. Mnv 92 .Thn will ot
Captain William Norton, who recently
died at coronauo, uni., wns inuimiv.i
today. It Is a rcmnrknblo Instrument.
rvnr hnlr thn natnto aoos to tho Bap
tist Orphans' Homo hero. It Is pre
ceded by cynical quotation irum
Shakespearo and uynm. pu
lnlli corvnntn nnd nnHMOVCS rC-
CclVO sums ot from 13,000 to $13,000.
Tho electrician nt tno Auuuoruuu
$10,000 on condition that ho will never
Accompanying tho will arc Instruct
tlons for cremation. A special train,
stocked with food; anil drink to tako
i,io rrion.io nnn romnlim tn Cincinnati.
where tho body will bo cremated, has
been chartered, ling-time music i
be played by tho band nnd ovoryono
la tn hnvn n Inllv tlmfl. Tills "lUt
cannot be carried out, as tho remains
havo been cremated m uniiiurimt.
The estate Ib valued at over $2,000,
Senate Sub-Committee Will Recom
mend a Measure,
Washington, May 22. It Is an
nounced todny that In n recent con
ferenco hold nt Hot Springs, Vn., be
tween Senators Aldrlch, Allison and
Spooncr, members of tho sub-commit,
tee of the sennto flnanco committee
appointed to consider needed flnan
clal legislation, tho now Aioricn uiu
was agreed upon in all essential feat
ures and futuro meetings woro ar
ranged for whero an ngrocmont may
bo reached ns to minor uoibiib.
Tim mnln foAtlirn rptnlllfd Onlllt's
authority to deposit ns government
rnr-..li.lt. thn fiiii'ln nf nnv natlonnl
bank whose credit is goou, imi n iinui
Is placed, so no ono iianK can Bin
more thnn Its proportionate snarn.
Boise Incident Is Closed.
llnlco Mnv 9.9. A lolPlirillll ffOm
Mr 1 nnl. ntnton thnt thn nrOBldOnt dO-
siroa Mayor Alexander to rldo In tho
carriage with him. Tho mayor, who
is n Jew, was Included nrst. inn uic
iirnalilnnt niibRtltutod Senator Hoy-
whlnh rniiscd IndlEnatloti. The
ehaugo relieves tho feelings among
STRIKE MAY BE SETTLED
BELIEVED THAT DEMANDS
ARE TO BE RECOGNIZED.
An Agreement Between Strikers and
Company Will Forestall a Strike
on the Southern Pacific.
San Francisco, May 22. Telegrams .
1 .1.1.. ..I... ....... X?n,l- I
weru ri'cuivisu in una ukj inm nv
Continued on pace 8.
HARK BANNA WILL OPPOSE ROOSEYELT
Columbus, May 22. State Senator
lieutenantB, Is authority for the state
ment that Hanna will oppose the in
dorsement by the republican bwiw
convention next month, of Roosevelt
Ho says If it Is necessary, Mr.
Hanna will make a speech on tho
floor of the convention against sucn
i....n.T.i iio julrlH that Hanna s
reasons are that he Is chairman of
tho nntlonal committee and it womu
tno nimuuiii cuuiminvv -v ------ .,.,
not do for him to permit a state himself.
controlled by him to Indorse Roose
velt as a candidate for tho presidency
at tho present time, as it would bo
like giving notice to aspirants in all
other states that tho national com
mittee la opposed to any one else en
tering the race, which would engender
III feeling and destroy harmony in
tho national organization.
Mr. Hanna denies that his attitude
Ie antlgonlstic to the president, and
says he does not think bo will ever
bo a candidate lor me preiueu.-
DOCTORS CHALLENGE LAWYERS FOR GAME
Tho Inland Empire League is not
going to monopolize all the baseball
glory in Pendleton this season. All
the fast runners and high kickers
and long-winded, hard-hitting, heavy
weights ot Pendleton are not In tho
regular team. If the game now being
arranged is played, the Alta street
grounds will be the scene of one of
the fastest games ever called In this
ClTho following challenge la self-explanatory
and is no Joke. If the .law
yers have their accustomed nerve
along, the game will bo arranged be-
fore sunsot this evening, and should
it be arranged Pendleton promises to
All all tho standing room on the
To the lawyers of the City of Pen
dleton: Tho physicians and dentists of Pen
dleton hereby challenge you to a
game of baseball, date, terms and con
ditions to be hereafter named. To be
i.vr.ii nn tno hkp1i&ii erounas in mo
city of Pendleton, for tho benefit of
tho now St. Anmony a uonpiiui. uj
order of committee,
C, J. SMITH,
Vf.rl- Inn 11 1 i-l. I wlllph IKllllt nn 111 lu
takably to a satisfactory Hottlomont
of the long strugglo or mo noiiormaK
crs, blacksmiths and machinists on
tho Union Pacific. It was asHortcd
that all material points had boon set
tled, and tho men directly Interested
In tho outcome of the Now York con
ference In this city aro expecting to
hear at any moment that nil amlcablo
adjustment has been agreed upon.
Presidents Hnrrlman and Hurt aro
cognizant of the terms demanded by
the strikers, anil it ib saiu iney navo
signified a winingncBH to inuoi uiu
men moro than half way.
All of thlB la good news to tho om
ployt'B of the Southern Pacific, who
had already voted to go out on a Bym
i.ntlmtlo etrlL-ir lint ileltivecl action for
two wceka nt tho Instanro of Presi
dent Harrlman. By persons capable
or Judging, It Ih cstlmatod that tho
Union Pacific strike has cost tho
company $1,500,000, while tho finan
cial loss to tno strikers is ngureu at
Thin utrllio ImH lipnn nnn nf tho
most persistent set-tos between labor
and a corporation over wunesseu in
the United States, and only rlvalod
fnr lonir-drawn-outnosB by somo of tho
nnthraclto strikes of Pennsylvania.
Tho contention on tho part or tno
mechanics has been for pay per diem
Instead of pay by tho pleco, and thoy
have been out 11 months. It has been
a test of endurance In tho main, as
there has been no disorder at any
time, and ail the losses to tho com
pany havo resulted from tho deterior
ation 'of property resulting from lack
of repairs and unskillful care,
Mutt Be Tried In Tennessee.
Memphis, May 22. Judgo Halloway
thlH morning decided ho could not
turn Elizabeth McCormlck over to tho
Ohio authorities because she was not
In Ohio when tbo crimo was commit
ted, and Is therefore not a fugltlvo.
He released tho woman on a writ of
habeas corpus and then immediately
remanded her to Jail to answer tho
chargo of murder In Tennessee. She
man In Won linotr tn lull. Till! witnesses
for the prosecution will go beforo tho
grand jury again ror an inuicunuiu
Tho woman and her friends aro Jubl
lant and say she soon will be free.
Russian Ruffians Claimed to
Be Executing the Czar's
OF HATE AND IGNORANCE.
Reasons for Expecting a General
Relgn of Terror to Be Inaugurated
Whitsuntide Better Clasees of
Russians Disapprove of Condition.
llorlln. Mav 22. The singular stain
ot mind of tho people of Klshtncf,
llocnnrnhln whllit thov were Killing
thu Jows there about n month ago. Is
described In a letter irom a non
Jewish Gorman of Odessa, received by
tbo relief committee hero, no saiu.
-Tho lenders of tho tiamiH. on on-in-i,,
towiai, iIupMIiich nfton aa
dresBod tho occupnntB good nnturcdlr,
saying: 'Poor brethren, wo must kill
jou. It Ib Bo ordered,'
"Monstrous thlngB wore not done
until robbers began to participate,
nnd when they became Intoxicated
with tho Christian xeal."
Tho Btnto ot terror or Jews at Kisn
Incf, tho letter adds, continue, A
Ih nvnncteil thorn, and
tho Jowb of Odessa and nil of tho
Inrgo lownB of llossarabin, aro living
In hourly drend or (learn, ino wnoiw
province Booms to bo In n statu of
fanatlcnl fury ngnlnst tho Jows. Tho
wrltor of thu letter then says:
"Tho excitement Is intensified
through proclamations distributed In
the streets and tbo tone of tho bit
terly rtntlSomltlc letters. Tho Rus
sians sny to their educated and tol
erant countrymen who urge keoplng
the pence: 'It Ib tho czar's will that
the Jows bo robbed. Orders have
been given. Wo start again at Pen
tecost," As Indicated, tho complete, disap
proval of tho better clnsscs, reHpecta
bio Russian lawyers, are assisting the
BiiffororB to ohtnln redress."
Would Give Castlnl Passports.
Chicago, May 22. "It la tho duly
of tho United Stntes to break off all
trontk'B and relations with Russia, to
give Count CaBHlnl his papers, and
send him back to Ills maator. Amor
len cannot bold Its position In tbo an
of nations nnd bo a frlond of a coun
try Hint could bo guilty of such bar
lmrlilmi mi il.o KlHhlnuf mnsaacro."
Tills was tho emphatic ueciarauon
1 i.r llnhlil Itnnimiinrl In Iluthul Tuinule.
nt a meeting or Jews cnuoci to pruwot
ngniiiKt recent stntomonts mado by
Count nnnitlnl ltiiHnlnn ninhassador
nt WnBhlngton, na n sort of Justlflca.
tlon or tho treatment or ino nuin
ll.tflln Mnv WTlin TflulitllllU In.
ilnv inil.'llatin,! ilnniinclatlons bv TbI-
stol and (lorkl ngalnst tho Klshlncff
massacre. Both biamo mo govern
ment, while Gorki koob oven farthor
.n,t flonniinpoH liv nnmn tnftnV tlrOBl.
Incnt lliisHlant) whom ho claims Incit
Rode With President
tVlntiirk IVimll. Mnv 52. Thn nroS-
Idcnt's spoclnl stopped horo to put off i
a farmer wno nnu nusiaKcn 11 ior us
rnirnlnr iiassnncor train, lift cet
aboard nt Kalama, despite tho protect
of train men. Ho wns carried a aallel
on thu sperlitl,
Quotation. Furnished by Cos Commis
sion Company R, L, Boulter, Local j
Manager, 120 Court Street.
Chicago, M. ay 16.
Minneapolis, May 22. Wheat laj
view of our decline, yoatorday cable
woro ramor strong, snowing a uocm
or only . Damage reports trom
wlntnr wlipnt hell rnntlnuo tn c
In. thn area of damaged torrltorr
constantly Increasing. Modern MIUV
Is conservatively bullish In
uroolflv ornn rnnnrt Wn onn Ren
Ing to change our opinion and final)
beiiovo mat on an recessions was
should bn bought. Wo are due fo
bull market In wheat and wo will
CMcnea. Mav 22.
July 7314 '3
8ept 70 70
July tltt U
July 32 33
Minneapolis, May 22,
July 76V, 77
Bept 69V4 H
nt tho old Bcale.