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Tonlcht Increasing clondlnesn.
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PENDLETOX, UMATILLA COUNTY, OltEGON, MONDAY, MAY 25, 1903.
Lf Roses DO""t
r Spans tno aueei-
I eF WELCOME
fROM TENTH a."
I History of the
tiy 15,000 Throng
Short Speech at Ellensburg.
rcilenshure. Mav 25. The nresldent
njlrAcci hn iipnnln nf RIlpnRliiirr
from a gatly decorated stand In the
depot yarn, tie complimented uic
state on Its progress and future, and
praised the men of the civil and Span
ish wars. "I don't wonder that the
men of the Spanish war did so well,"
ho said, "with such fathers to emulate."
Pretty Well Fagged.
Vrtrtl! Vnlilmn. Mnv 2K -Thn nrnft-
Ident has turned the outward mark of
his long journey, now homeward
bound, and Is glad tho trip is nearing
. ,i i
tho end. it nas oeen more uuin ue
bargained for, and ho Is well fagged
out. His strong body is showing the
severe strain. However, the rest of
the trip will bo easy.
Preparations at Spokane.
c.nVnnn Wnsh. Mnv 2fl. Prnsimmt
Roosevelt reached Spokane this after
noon over the Oregon Railroad and
Navigation Company's line from
Wardner, Idaho, and was met at the
lLL ii Pari" weamci - Hamilton street smuuu uy me cm-
P" ,h.iasm Unbound- Uen's reception committee. A mill
L ,ni Enwui narado through the residence and
business sections followed, the drive
extending along the river to give xno
president an opportunity to view the
falls, the fort and other objects of in
terest. Arriving at Mam and Lincoln
streets the president took his place
on tho reviewing stand and delivered
a brief address. Another Interesting
feature of the program was a review
of the school children in Coeur d'A
The city was crowded with thous
ands of visitors and decorated as sel
dom before In Its history, ah aiong
. . itn -r miMi tho nrpsldent was
lile JIUV UI - .. I
greeted enthusiastically by the crowds.
Devastating Whirlers in Okla
homa and Southern Neb
raska Cause Much Damage.
SEVERAL PEOPLE KILLED
AND HOUSES DESTROYED.
OFF TO CLIMB
Important Event in the Annals
. of Exploration. Science and
SCIENTISTS OFF FOR THE
HIGHEST AMERICAN PEAK.
IL. .r !S.-Today Valla
r...i.EtrMts early In the
iTse reay to do honor to
he guest of
f loos Wll Dt
E? nepeiteit crowd ever
l4iif is in rrauiutt" - --
lifh U tnisucu
fcionelj upon -
, &t word "Welcome,
C while upon the eastern
s out in similar style.
tViBa is yours. " upou
ateisofthe arch is suspend-
Lrt From Tenth Battery.
tK Prty arrives a salute
iW by the Tenth Battery and
fcii rn!ry, dismounted, will
a tie escort. The Ninth Cay
el Bd the Walla Valla 51111
kd mi assist in the exercises.
lb tf march will be from tne
VZ rvitmin Pniippp. where a
tntoen srprtpd. and the nresi-
IrJtddress the crowd. In pass-
KktoHese the parade will pass
AitriuBDhal arch and along
In fnr half a mile. After
Italic; the parade will again
fed tad passing under the
r I pais to tne counnouse,
ft trhml rtillrtrpn will be
bed I brief stop will be made.
Itet w the fort and a review
ktoepi will close the public ex
The Guest of Ankeny.
psAjlear will dine President
Ps. ted until the special train
t J:M the nresident will be
! flf iha iPTiatnf At f ho Htn.
ol? President Roosevelt. VII
Ii JJoody, secretao- of the
fctiilam Loeb. secretary to tne
Po; Asslstflnt Rpprpfnrv
BK wrernor McBride, Mayor
Ksif iuomas m. urents, 1'res
t B. I. Par prion r iruiMnn
P: 4. R. Bnrford, John Ankeny,
F- f eiaiier, ij. a
ud two secret servlct
Ibrv d, .
au)u ior pany,
ill be sen-ed the other
ET. . al oad Fellow's
r;11" sctlne as hosts.
pFtread a number of prominent
Bii will .i.l
ri nf the x-i.
r-1' C Uta, J. L. McGrew,
&r?. H, A, Coleman.
Trr Undsay Denlson, It. 1.
K UwkeJr' K I-wer-llrochpeyer,
B. U Reber.
Cp' w P108". Thomas
l B T ""lmras. J. F.
P" Reeordt Beat.n
llwiH 0f WalIa Wa
r"i Hat forth ... L..
"Me to rprol. n.u .
feJr" ta there been so
Lr.wll UDon ttio .
I. . " l'IL Ul illl
.TS.nTn vei!t a buc
Fight Last Thirty Hours Village
vionnn Mnv 25. A Salonica dis
patch to 'the New Frie Press says in
surgents who naa iokuu iau6u i.
Soerdreh, taking with them a large
mitp wfirp attacked
IlllilULllt u L V1J
by Turkish troops Thursday. The
fight lasted 3U nours, anu ueium i
was ended all the buildings in the
village were either burned or blown
up. After the nre was exuuguiMicu
150 bodies, were found.
AN AUTOMOBILE COLLISSION
SIX PERSONS KILLED
AND SIX WERE INJURED.
Bkttk. number nf
IVUL0" a"J com
PWr orninB excursion
M.. . u Dourlno I. i - ... .
hTi"' city, until
F 4 jft'-A
Kw th. .?e occupled tho
m i -v vMiunir nut n ..
1W fwncr and amiM.
tr1!! 4.. . ,mal,on has
"a me crowds
Accident at the Starting of the Race
Begun at Paris and Which Was to
Have Ended at Madrid.
tnri Mm- 2r.. There is great pub
lic indignation over the automobile
casualties yesterday and it is proph
esied closely restrictive measures as
to automoblllng will be passea.
The latest list places the deaa ai
six and Injured at six. Tho porter
-o.orfeii hnrned beneath
an exploding gasoline tank. Is alive.
but probably iaiany iujuic-
... i.i r onxliipnr la that so
,,.nllnr2 rilKOll clOUdS Of
dust through which the chaffeurs
wore unable to cieany see iu
Rton the Race in Ireland.
London. May 25. Automoblllsts
nere, while excited over the dlsas
4miD Oritt.Mnrlplfl race icuicmuj.
say It will not stop the Bennett cup
tace in ireiana, Juiy . i: "
ii i- mitrtrt nn. They
ever, ruauu m u
point out tne taci inai i.vv
men will guard the 93-mile course and
that postponement would mean a loss
to Ireland of at least lar.O.i 00.
Paris May 25. Heports rccelvea
i mm ninnir the conrso
una ocuiu " " " .
of yesterday's automobile race, roawe
the total klliea nine, lutiuu.h
soldiers, an old woman and a girl,
three chaffeurs and two autoIsU.
Renault, whoso skull was fractured.
!ied at Polltrcs this morning.
System of Storm Cellars Prevailing
In That Country Saves Many Lives
A Small Oklahoma Town Is En
tirely Obliterated in a Moment and
Lincoln. Neb.. May 25. Pauline, a
j town 15 miles south of Hastings, Is
i reported destroyed by a tornado. Six
persons are said to have been killed.
! All wires are down and details are
i Further advices state that Normal
was also swept by a cyclone and
seven killed. A number of houses at
Fairfield In the Btorm's path, were de
stroyed. Eight persons are missing,
believed to have been killed. Wires
southwest of there are all down.
hater advices from Paulino say
the town escaped serious damage, but
the tornado swept a farming section
two miles east. Reports are confirm
ed that six are dead. Tho section
storm swept is bare, houses and tim
ber being torn and twisted into splin
ters. Awful Devastation.
Omaha, Neb., Mav 25. SneclaH re
ceived hero show that 21 wero Kiuea
altogether in this morning's tornado
in Kearney and Adams counties. A
relier train has oeen sent, irom
Entire Town Destroyed.
K-ansns r.ltv. Mav 25. The first ile-
t-iUo nt ihn i-vciniw which almost de
molished Carmen, Okla., wero re
ceived today. For an nour prior iu
the cyclone the wind was so erratic
iin ii tv,o tnhniiltnntK flpd Into storm
cellars, thus accounting for the small
loss of life.
Only one was killed and inree in
..,..! oitlmiiirh thn nrnnertv devasta
tion Is complete. Nine stores and
factories, two cliurcnes, two iiuic.
three lumber yards, tnree nverj bia
i.io anH eIv residences wero com
pletely destroyed. A whole row of
stores were smasneu in.
Iowa Has a Tornado.
iifn inun Mnv iz,. The business
portion' of the town was visited by
a cyclone this morning. A Chinese
.allr.irvmat m killed and one child
latally injured. Several other per
sons were seriously injuieu.
One of the Most Difficult Mountain
Climbs In the World Will Be At
tempted This Summer In the Land
of Summer Snows A Years Un
New York. May 25. The explorer,
Dr. Cook, started today for Alaska to
attempt the ascent of Mount McKln
ley, believed to ho tho highest and
steepest mountain In North America.
Robert Dunn, the geologist, and
Ralph Schlnuald. the botanist, ac
Mt. McKlnley is the farthest noith
,.f oiiv .if tin world's ureal moun
tains and on tlial nccouiu u
line is at the lowest altitude and Its
i.nninn nf snmv .nid ice Is the great
est. The attempt to climb It may bo
regarded as a great. iiiii'Mf
from any standpoint.
A LONG SENTENCE.
BELIEVED TO BE INSANE.
Investigation Discloses No Apparent
Motive for the Murder.
Lawrenceburg. Ind., May 25. The
officers now believe tho negro who
murdered Rosa Riser to bo insane.
Those arrested so fare are all able to
move their Innocence by an alibi.
The excitement continues and it la
still unsafe for negroes to go near
the scene of the murder.
REFUSE TO STRIKE.
Apparent Failure of Attempt to In-
dUCC lioai miners vw
Sir Knights In Conclave.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 25. The
Grand Commandery, Knights Temp
lar, of Pennsylvania assembled in ni
tieth annual conclave in Philadelphia
today with an attendance of between
S.000 and 10,000 members of the or
der and almost an equal number or
other visitors. A brief opening ses
sion was held today when the visitors
were welcomed to the city by Mayor
Weaver. The big parade will take
place tomorrow and In tho cvenl"
the annual ball will bo held. The gath
ering will adjourn Vednesda after
the installation of new officers.
Members G. A. R. to Walla Walla.
The local post of the Grand Army
of the Republic went to Walla Walla
today, where they will take part in
the ceremonies at that place in honor
of the president.
t. ,u,.mi w Va. Mav 25
Mine operators from tho Loup river
V.: T.i,. ,ioV B9V nnnn of the miners
. i otrii nripr. ah all are
too well satisfied, and denounce the
Idea that the stockacies uru u
to the men or deprive uiem ui
Tariff Urrlon of All English Colonies
Uverpool. JIay25.-The Post today
U. .d s to resTgn f om The cabinet 'and
tenaB 10 ic wi aAVnPRi ne nrefer-
Si duties Tavorlng the c6lon.es
against the wlioio worm.
I n-a 1 1 n n
paper i a m y v - ,
r v.. 9K The Grant
County News, which has been pub
oouniy i , wl,
usneo m - -j: Rf, and (8.
ee from "00 after' June I.
Purely business reasons prompt the
change. The patronage at John Day
exceeds the canyon
.. ti. xtbv 25. Ex-Con
of appenuivHio. o
One That Discounted the Longest One
Evarts Ever Uttered.
Abram S. Hewitt had a very nim
ble wit and dearly loved a joke. He
was once a guest at a dinner which
Included Recorder Smyth and Sena
tor Evarts. The recorder was poking
fun at the senator anu renu uuni u
newspaper clipping what purported
io be a sentence from a recent speech
made by the senator, hut which was
in reality wholly fictitious, as tho sen
ator knew quite well. At its conclu
sion the laugh was long and hearty
n. rftirt'a (vnmiKi llllll 11O OUO
laughed longer or heartier than the
. .. .,., no flin lmii'lltpr hull SUll
DWII I'll I .- . .n .
sided .Mr. Hewitt suddenly leaned
across the tablo and, looking rather
sternly into tho smiling face of tho
recorder, said in a well assumed tone
"That certainly Is a remarkable
sentence, your honor, but criticism of
it does not come wen irom you a i"
.,.,,. c.i.ir,nra nrr In t)Q bCliCVCd
for they contain a sentenco of much
greater length which Is attributed to
ou." ... ...
"Why why, how is wiai, .nr.
ltt?" inquired the recorder, with con
..Ii,...otn cnl.l Mr Hnwltt. Wltll
the utmot gravity and that grim smllo
which always accompanied his oest
sayings, "you aro quoted as uttering
a sentence that was to last through
the whole life of tho pilsoncr. -ri-nii
Small Fish Must Suffer.
n-i... nhlnn Intor.Oceaii reiiorts
that one of the oldest Ictte. carriers
f im inffei-Hnn r:v.) nostofllco has
been arrested for falling to account
for two cents collected a year ago ua
an overcharge on postage. It seems
ik.i n intier carrier should
bo arrested for tho embezzlement of
so small a sum. Why dlilirt Attorney
n.,nni ifmiv nni.- tho court to enjoin
i.i... ....iin.'vilnf nnv more? If
wa are going to recognize the doctrine
of equality beroro ino law 11 m ihmi
1.. ni nnmmnu-n n criminal nroso
V 1 III 1 IW Ll.l'....."-" -
.. .l.. .ln.l o ninn u-lin b.calS tWO
cents and then deal so tonderly with
trust magnates who tako iiunumia ui
millions In violation or wif iw.
Steam Enalne for Hauling Lumber,
M- Wur 11 uiiw mill man of ElKin
la r.lanu1nr In Ii 9 til lumber frOIH D1H
mill to Elgin by steam power, and was
on Sand llidgo tne nrsi 01
to see W. T. Huckmun about tho
In.,.,. Imollnn ..llfllld which llO USCd
for plowing. This engine Is 30 horso
power, and If Mr, fox can ki
there win oc a new ut-jmiim"
er hauling at Kigiii
Head End Collision.
vt r.din im Mnv IT,. A head
vy n , . ,, J -
end collision between freights on tho
Pennsylvania railway this afternoon,
near Eastbroou, resuueu m
sons being Injured, out none ii?
Antl-Gambllna Crusade In New York
New York. May 25. Richard Can
Held today pleaded not guilty to main
i.ii.. i.s,iika anrl furnish
?d $.1,600 cash ball and Immediately
left the court room.
GUILTY OF PERJURY.
Claimed Another's Child to Gain an
t ..minn Mnv sr. Mrs. Guernsey
Bedford today pleaded guilty to per
ihnt iior foster child
was tho child of hor lato husband,
thereby planning to iniicru a lorume.
Sho was fined ,
m.. Il.Unr.l'o ntlnriiiiv when tho
caso was called, said his client want
ed to ehango nor pirn iu ' "
guilty. Ho said mat Mr. niimuu m-
tu 1m wnntod to
Utlll I'll UV'luiv lito uviuii
adopt a child, which under tho
French law could uecomo u-giumuu.-.
She therefore took a child from tho
toi.i vrti lnm cnrrvlnc odt her
husband's wishes. Kor tho purpose of
making tho child nor own no n
umdc a mlstnko at tho registry offlco
through Ignorance, but which brought
her within the scqAJ of tho criminal
law. Tho woman's caso was tnado so
plain that tho maglstrato Imposed the
lightest penalty, whereas tho maxl;
mum would hnvo bceu seven years'
FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA.
Great Value of Fire Drills In Public
Schools Is Shown.
ii,u..,i.,i,.i,in Mn. "r Tlioro was
I nil. 111V i i....i, .....j " -
great excitement this forenoon In tho
Ghetto or Italian quarters over mi:
burning of tno rroviuonco .miuuuih;
tilling jilant. There wore four succes
slve alarms In tho neighborhood,
which Is honeycombed with tene
ments. Several panics followed tho
explosion of ammonia tanlm. Tho
police had great difficulty in prevent
ing loss of life. Just across tho street
from the factory Is a public school
from which 600 pupils marched with
out commotion In response to tho
. . turn
teachers' nro uriii. i.oss, tzuu.uuu.
Sullivan's Hearing Postponed.
citnni.n nv !.r.. Dwinir to tho In
ability of Detective Woodbrldge, tho
officer who led tho Bonsatlonnl raid
upon tho Sullivan Stock Company to
nnpear In court tins morning. w
hearing was postponeu ihhii iumo-day.
Off for the Races.
ninuir.nv Mnv "5. Tho three racing
vnchtu Shamrock I. II and III. will
sail for America Thursday.
CUBAN AND PHILIPPINE
INTERESTS DEMAND IT.
pope Leo Intimates That Archbishop
Chapelle Will Be Promoted to the
Holy College at Rome.
ii,...,,, Mnv or, Thi! iKinii. Hiieakinc
1.. i(in in iiwi fill ii ii card nnl said
that America may get two additional
places in tno sacrcu coucgo, ami in
timated that this prererenco will bo
i. ...... iKiniiin r Pnlinn and l'lilllli-
plno conditions. It Is believed Arch
bishop CnnpellO Will oo one oi uiudu
il Rt iicii h lei . lecniiso oi inn wuuv in
Cuba and Porto Rico.
Grand Jury Empanolcd to
Tako Evidence in Famous
SHERIFF CALLAHAN BOLTS
Further and More Serious Trouble
Expected to Result From Attempt
to Identify and Punish the Atsas
sins The Mllltla is at the Scene.
. i.-.. Mo.. r. An extra
session of tho district court convened
this morning to Investigate tho
Aii.iriinv Mercum. Dr.
SnBHIIIIUIUIl i ...... ...w - --- .,,,
Cox and Town Marshal Cockril. rour
companies of mllltla nro on gui.iu
two pieces of artillery from Loiuh
vllle. Tho grand Jury is .b"'""
paneled by summoiiH Issued by Shor
Iff Cnllahnn. ono of tho leaders of the
Hargls faction. A mcssago received
toduv says Thomus Marcum, it brotn
or of the murdered man, who Is a
sliito's attorney In the .""'" 1(Jfrl'
lory. 1ms started hero. Tho situation
Brand Jurv Empaneled,
Jnekson. Kj. Mn' 25. The empan
ellng of a grand Jury was comp otcd
at -noon. Tho court instructed It to
nniko a thorough Investigation of nil
crimes nnd cnll upon him for any as
sistance needed In enforcing the at
tendance of witnesses. Tho Instruc
tions do not deal with assassinations
In details and nro considered mild,
Sheriff Callahan has declined to
act and tho Judgo has appointed ox
Sheriff I.lttlo na sheriff during tho
. ...... it la tliniiaht an In
term in uum. n .ni
dlcttuent for the Mnrcum mnrdor w III
ho returned this- nvoning. unu....
Swan, who was talking to Marcum
when tno snot won iir. : "
i i.u. n. wnii oRPorted to tno
courthouso by a squad of soldiers,
Legal Department for Labor.
41 a llnrPiltlf DIlLFI-nRtB In thO
Interest of labor tho formation of
homo kind of a central law depart.
ment. a department wincn win on uum
to cuiv ini " r, .,
the country nnd successfully llfiht tho
growing injunctions mm wm uii"t.
cases. Mr. narrow's Ideu goos fllrtljor
than thin, for ho bellovcs that with
this law dopnrtment should ho nsso
elated somo kind of n contral repre
Bentntivo trndu union bureau to Kcop
strict account of every vacancy mado
upon the fedoral bench, of ovory np
plication for Injunction, or ovory
movomont mado In tho courts on tho
part of tho corporations, of when
ever any Judgo Is to bo eloctod In
nnv state of tho Union and whenever
uu'y Judgo Is to bo appointed In any
district In tho Unltod Stntes,
I Inri'illl Viii. Mnv 2(i. Pursuant
....11 r minimum 11. (V Lllld-
suy, tho members of tho republican
state central commiiteo are 10 hil-ui
hero tonight to determlno tho time
and place for holding tho Btnto con
vention, apportioning tho dolegatos
and tho transaction of other business
relating to tho coming staio campaign.
Nebraska Is to eieci two reguiua ui
iin ulnln nnlvnrHltv nnd nnn HlinrolIlO
Judge this year. Thoro Is a variety of
opinion concerning mo mom buiuiui
dato for holding tho convention. Many
aro In favor of n Into convention and
a short campaign.
Philadelphia Horse 8how.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 26. Tho
l.l(lli nnnlinl nnnn fllr 11 X ll I II 1 1 1 (1 II Of
the Philadelphia Horse Show Asfcocln
tion began on St. Martln'a flreon,
Wlssahlckon Heights today, and will
continue through tho remainder nf the
,i. fix. nnirinu nri mnrn numer
ous than ever boforo. BxhlbltorH
aro hero from a number or instant
points, including New York Halt
more and other cities. Today's at
tendanco was large, fashlonablo so
ciety being woll reprosentcd.
General Weston III.
naltlmore, May 2C OcnornI Wfls
ion, who In 18! succeoded (lenpral
Egan, Is ill at St. John's hospital.
Outhrle, May 2C, All tho rivers In
tho territory aro raging floods and
still rising rapiuiy.
Cuban Patriot Dead,
irnvnnn. Mnv 2K. Ooncrftl lloiicrl
ques, a hero of tho Cuban revolution,
died this morning.
Tennessee Elks In Session.
i.-,,v,.Mi,. Tmni Mnv 2R. Tho Elks
of Tenness'eo cortnlnly havo renson
to ho proud of tholr first stnto con-
. , 1.1-1 1.. .tlV
volition, which nHsemiiii'ii in mi
(odny for a session of two duys. Ool
cgatloiiB or tho order nro In attend,
nnco from Menilihls, Chattanooga.
Nashvlllo nnd oilier ciiich oi uio muw
nnd sovernl lodges of Alabnma and
t-.,ri luivo unnl fraternal ronro-
seiitntlves, Tills morning thoro was
a IiiibIiichh session, roiioweu m mo m
ternoon by tho dndlcatlon or mo iianii
somo now homo of tho local lodge.
A business mossIoii In tho forenoon
and a banquet In tho ovonlng aro the
chief features scnemiieu ior luiimi-row.
A Strike of Judges.
I'l,.. iiiimmiun ImiIl-ch nro so miser
ably underpaid u Japaneso Judgo Is
u lucky man ir no toucnes nm imuuu
a week tlmt they wont on strlko
somo tlmo ago for lilgncr wages, i noy
presented at tho sanio tlmo a petition
to tho houso of roprosontatlvos, but
tho munition) wero too much occupied
with tho question of retrenchment to
grunt their request, with tho result
that they aro now gradually dropping
out of tho judiciary to tako up nny
sort of odd Job that pays them better.
-I long Kong Press,
Electrocuted at Slnrj Sing.
New York, May 2fi. Antonio Trl
oil, convlctod of murdering MamJo
Coroll, tho Italian actress, tho motive
being Jealousy, was this morning elec
trocuted at Blng Sing,
Now a Citizen.
Peter linker, n . native (if Holland,
wan given his final citizenship papers
this morning by Judge Hurtiuan,