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DAIDT EVENING EDITiOfc
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J Tonight ' ahit Saturday, ' gen'
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Lf Royal Commiss-
ElftlSTS OF EUR-
( HERE NEXT WEEK.
lateral Society uaincr-
tor Use. "mProvln"
IKithcds of Farming In
K I Craig.
Lflsts aU form'-l
Itfe have been' wiring
cutu fi the rust two
ms in Siathern Oregon,
Utter Southern Pa-
tie; follow closely tho
iton are members or
Bsaj universities, and
KiKd.to .collect data on
uhimilek (or rus6 In
E German methods.
Kkisg ipbclal studies of.
tniar beets anu ai
ud while they arc tak
Jules on all sides and
(terican farming moth'
m Industries will re
titration at their hands.
I been through the South
Ud California ,and will re
k fork by the northern
ill it every point which
portanlty or the live in
I It to reach Portland
mint, and will bo .enter
Ittttt and the following
Iran Society. General
Hit Craig, of the 0. It
pit charge of the njrty
ii (111 take It to Hood
( tic tut)' belnz spent
1W. It Is believed the
n las reached u stage
tto visitors to gain
19 IC of dho cnent
J"? light will be spent
ui the following lay
an ivjjamgton, Walla
.Dayton, Waverly nnd
I vjtited, ,aftpr making
1 Wi to the nial
fwat 'to tlils effect,
fatd the tour w
Kttf German .govern-
report on American
be mado'to the
I J", Ws. report it ,is
ot'Oregon will fig
ho)d that Call.-
ivtrn" va "e Euro-
i ue'uregon has not
F " 'tho German
U w the resources
KL farming mcth
l"t. It is believed tho
PBMLBTQftt UMATILLA COUNTY, oiEST
Affairs in old ke!ntucky. !,-...... "
SALT LAKE CITY
' ' 1 : -
oMre Efforts Are Expected to Release
the Prisoners Are Expected.
Jackson, Ky May 29.Wndgo Ited
wide convened court this morning.
Jdtt nnd Wiilto were brought In by
n large oscorj. ,of sojdtors, and turn
cd lover to the acting Bherlfr. Jndge
Itpjlwlno announced that ho would
Mjpolnt a man to take Sheriff Lit
tleyi place Monday! next, on which day
ho would cal tb,d trial of tho two
prisoners. .Attorneys are now con
sulting regarding the county from
which- tho Jury may bo Selected.
It Is positively Tumored. tho motin
trilhors will hiako a determined ef
fort to release, tho prisoners. With
It(j24 hours the Tiilmbcr of strangers
III I the city lnrgoly Increased, not
withstanding nil the small mountain
passes leading Into tho city, wore
guarded last night nnd no one was
Fchnittcd to pnss. The .people show
liusiuu tiinnuaiiiim' lowaril thn
Pqrtlon of Both Passenger and Crew
Bvdnev. N. S. W.. Atnv n Tiw,
ijiiitlHh stenmcr Oakland.
war Port Stephens today. A part
ol'jthe passongors nnd crow wore lost.
Dqtalls , are t, lacking,
fenl To-lna .to
lessed to First As.
' Wttln first and
Of HA!tlDlnn ,
S!e been f0n,i
National Annual Conference in Ses
sion in Ohio.
Bellefontaine, Mny 2'. Tho
'nnnual conle-ence' df ihel German
Baptist liTdthitent' famllidrlyl Jknbwn
as Du'nknrilsr opened tbday; liy- Sun
day there will be 50,000 visitors here.
The (lucstlon of iho next meeting
place Is already under discussion.
Iowa, Missouri and California are
Addresses Arc 'Made in Mor
mon Tabernacle To Many
President of the Church and Other
Prominent Mormons Were Fellow
Guests With Mr. Roosevelt at the
Home of Senator Kearns,
Salt Lake City, Mny 29. The wel
come which Utah gavo to President
Roosevelt we.s quite in keeping with
thnt of other Western states, noisy
us human voices, steam whistles nnd
guns could make 11. flTlfl nn nnrrltul In
I words as In other manifestations of
ino vicinity of the Oregon Short
iino station was -densely crowded
upon the arrival of tho presidential
special. The president was cordial
ly greeted by Governor Wells Sena
tors Kearns and Smoot. 'Mayor
Thompson and other dignitaries of
stato and city. Tho president n-as
escorted to the Mormon tabernacle,
where he delivered his nddress by
7, 1 , ' "nuijr aim civic socle
GERMAN SHIP WRECKED.
Had on Board Sailors From .'Another.
Cqoktown, .New Guinea, May 29.
ine uennan snip wa Jen, from New
York to Yokohama, was towed lu to
day, dismasted and With rudder
gone. She had been comnelled to
Jettison a ' big portion of her cargo.
alio nad on boaru eight of tho crew
ik the bark Edith, which were pick
od up from a wreck shortly before
nor own disaster. Captain Oortel, of
tlie Edith, and ten of- his crew, are
missing. The Edith wa lumber-
laden from Puget Sound to Port
Company With Capital Stock
of $25,000 Was incorpo
THIS INDUSTRY WILL
FILL A LONG-FELT WANT.
MEANS COMMERCIAL WAR.
Chamberlain's Plan for Tariff Union
London, Mny 2!), Tho topic of dls-1
cusslon today Is Chamberlain's coll-!
vereln project. As 40 per cent of
America's exports come to England,
the plan admittedly means commer
cial war with America. Many lend
ing papers today print figures Invit
ing a commercial campaign. The
provincial papers on the other hand,
oppose, Tho question Is exciting
tho public moro thnn anything since
the lloer war-.
Moo Mi at,. , C mm coin sioiago anil' pai-Kinc
street,: f H ri8m a,ld other I ''"J1" " .soiling hit w
3 'Kl' which,th0 Procession snle and retail all 'knds V proi
the 'f , ,,ecoratl. and usually kept for sale nnd storap
GREAT FLOODS III
RAILROAD SERVICE IS
Mills, Packing Houses and Homes
Belnjj Abandoned Bridge at Tope
ka Will Probably Go Out.
Kansas .City. May 29. Tho Mis
souri and Kaw rivers continue to rist!.
The Itoek Island and Union Pacific
service 'between hero and Topeka
has been abandoned.. The residents
of Argeutlne, Armoprdale and Kan
sas City. Karl., continue lo vncnto
their eudangorod houses.
Situation Serious at Topeka.
Tofieka. May 29. The Kaw, is ris
ing un lnej) an hour, jit-left Its! banks
mis morning Hooding 200 nouses.
Pile mreet railway bridge Is down at
one end and will probably bo swept
away. Muny families ure moving
their offeets ln boats. All ihe mills
mid packing houses are tu Hooded
Tho Kaw river In I(h erat rise.
"us cut .through a farm west of North
'opoka, cutting off C.000 Inhabitants
t' an Island which promises t lie
pimanenu From all over the state
eports art' sorlous. More than 00
towns had ,to re3eilo families from
iewuiKs, windows and roofs
tors clleerlnS specta
Mormon Guests at Breakfast.
,&ait Lake. May 29. The president
,- y buiiuui ciuurren nmt
later breakfasted with Senaton
Kearns. Among the guests were,
president Smith, and Apostle Smooti
1 the Mormon church. '
f Spoke on Irrigation.
s Salt Lake, May 29. Tho president
oildressad 12,000 people In the Tab.
trnncle. He spoke principally on irj
rigation. Secretary .Moody fonowed
nnd made a big hit by promising to
name one now battleship "Utah."
CIRCUIT COURT I
Fifteen Days for Larceny, Eighteen
Months for Assault.
Judge W. It. Ellis held n nlmri
slon of tho circuit court today ar
U'Jiich ume John Case, accused of the
larceny of a pistol from Charles
Snrns un Tultf o iqho ......
dnd j)U;ad guilty. In view or the cir- ,,t!Xt year
cunistunces surroundimr the n&
Judge Ellis fined him the minimum!
fine of ?30, or IE days In the coimtt-
Jail. Case took the latter sentence!.
Case was in the habit of borrowing
the pistol and becamo so accustomed
to doing so that' he was told to gut
the weapon whenever he wanted ip
ueo it. After a time some trouble
arose between the two and while
Case had the pistol SaniB had him ar-
(eseu ipr jarcenj;
(jeorge Dickson, the negro accused
of assault with n dangerous weapon
on Henry Shorter, April 22, last was
arraigned and plead guilty. Ho was
given is months In the penitentiary,
and will be taken down soon.
Will Do a General Cold Storage Bus
iness Also Is Preliminary to the
Erection bf a Large Plant In This
Articles have been filed by Henry
W. Schwnrz, Frank ,L Grenlich, Chns.
J, Grenlich and John V. qreullcli. all
of Umatilla county. Incorporating the
Schwarz & Greuilch Meat Compauy
with a capital stock of $2fi,00n. di
vided Into 250 shares ol the- pav value
or $100 each. The principal oflke of
the new company will bo located at
Pendleton, and It is the purpose ot
the firm to engage In the buying, sell
ing nnd slaughtering 6f livestock;
the buying, selling, pncklng, curing,
manufacturing, preparing nnd stor
age of meats and meat products,
butter, cheese and eggs, ami maintaining-nnd
operating n cold storage
plant nnd packing hoiisd, and iloirtg
a general butcher and ment business.
nnd cold storage and pal-klng bils
n meat market and cold storage nun
packing house, and buying, selling
and renting real estate: and loaning
and investing money; anil to perform
any and all business necessary ln
furthering the Interests and To tho
advantage of tho corjioration. ,
Leased Meat Market Quarters.
The firm oi Schwarz & Greuilch
Hosed their plant on Main street,
some time ago nnd tho members nrd
taking a vacation. During the sum
mer their place djf 'business vill btj
occupied by 'a fruit Jiojist; Wilch wijl
noon open lor business.
About the first of Bejitemper (ho
Incorporation will again resume op
erations, and will cnlargt their plant.
There is a good opening for a largo
pni-klng house in this city nnd it Is
Hie expectation of the promoters of
sue. new corporation to expand Into
one of the largest concerns of tho
kind in the- state, In conformance
with their Intention expressed some
time ago, ol building a packing hoiue
in tins place some time within the
TEXTILE OPERATORS STRIKE.
Believed vThat 75,000 Employes In'
Pennsylvania Mills Will Go Out.
Philadelphia, May 29. A strlko fs
on ln the Kensington mill district,
and It Is qxpectcd that by Monday
next 75,000 textiles workers will be
out. demanding n 65-hour week.
The known insalubrity of tho oc
cupation is a great factor In the dis
content of tho operatives in tho Ken-1
slngton district. Not only Is .'the
complaint of long hours, but the pre-1
vnienco or nnsnl nnd pulmonary dis
orders among textile workers adds
tn their discontent.
Most interesting. Program is
Faultlessly Carried .Out at
Opera House. '
AND PLEASING MUSIC.
INJURED FOR LIFE.
Result of Being Annoyed by a Mash
er In Chicago. I
Chicago. Mny 29. l.aura Stickler,
the young woman who jumped 'from
a hotel window to protect her honor
from 11. Mills several weeks ago, Is
still in the hospltnl.
When the caso ngninst Mills was
called In police court this morning. It
wns stnted that she Id Injured for
llfo. The attorneys Interested In the
crusade against mushing, represented
her this morning. Tho case went
over until Juno S.
Attempts of Employers and Employes
to Get Together, Fruitless,
Chicago, May 29. After five days
of futllo conferences the laundry
owners and employes again got to
gether this morning, but accomplish
Charged With Murder and Forgery.
London, May 29. Slophen pougal
wns today committed for trial, charg
ed with murdering Miss Holland nnd
burying the body, and on u second
charge of forging her name to securities.
IMMENSE STAKES WON.
Twenty.flve Thousand Dollars Won fn
a , Horse (Race In England.
i.psom, England' May. 29. The
i-iaKes stakes ot 5,000 sovereigns,
Uext In lrnnnrtnnm In' thn prpnt Tier-
'J was .won .today by Our Uissle,
iniinon up; "Hammorkeop, Skeets
Mnrtln up. second; Sky Scraper,
nanny Maher tip, third. '
CHEMICAL8 CAUSE FIRE.
Kansas City Drug House Suffers a
Kansas City, May 29. The Wily
wholesale drug and chemical manu
facturing house suffered .soveroly
from flro this mominn-. witty thous
and dollars' damage was done before
(no names could -bo controlled. The
accidental mixing of Inflammable
chemicals caused the fire.
NO HACKS ON MAIN STREET.
Walla Walla Prohibits Hack Stands
From Being Maintained on Princi
Walla Walla, May "ft. An ordi
nance passed by the city council
Wednesday night has caused conster
nation .among express and draymen,
linckmen and delivery wagon owners.
The ordinance Is a sweeping one
and prohibits any part of tho nine
principal business blocks of the city
from being used by hackinen as
One of the largest hack lines in
the city will test tho validity of the
law as the abandonment of their
usual stands on tho main streets
will work great damage to their bus
iness, The ordinance Is similar to
the one passed somo time ago, pro
hibiting bitching racks on Main
street and part of a civil Improve-
Gashed With an Ax,
Baker City. May 29. As the little
son of Samuel W. Sberred was stand
ing by the barn on his father's ranch
at Wlugvllle Tuesday, an ax thrown
from the roof by his brother struck
him on the head, the blude Indicting
a severe cut over the forehead about
three Inches ln length.
The accident wns of a poqulnr
diameter. One brother was using an
ax on tho roof of the barn. When
he finished what he was doing, ho
threw the ax from the rpof, prepara
tory to clambering down himself.
Ills brother happened to be standing
below directly In the lino of lire,
with the result above stated.
Thej wound is fortunately not of 1a
very serious natuje, althbugll grave
injtcry might, easily. hav I resullejd
from (lie accident.
CUT OFF AfiMS. ru SAVE LIFE
EITHER AMPUTATION OR
BE SCALDED TO DEATH.
Defective Switch in New Jeriey
Causes a Wreck, Resulting In Sev.
PRESBYTERY IN ACTION.
Denounces Reed Srrioot,,the Mormon
Member of Congmss.
Los Angeles. May 29. The Presby
terlan assembly this morning form
ally denounced Mormonis'm and Meed
Smoot, and passed a resolution call
ing on every member of congress to
secure Smoot's expulsion from con
Newark, N. J. May 29. An east
bound freight train crashed Into and
derailed a freight trnin standing In
the yards this morning, killing two
laborers of a wrecking crew ami In
juring five others, uml badly st'nldlng
the engineer and fireman on tho in
coming train. Both were pinned un
der the locomotive,
One laborer was nlsu criught and
held where he was struck by escu
ing steam. His companions, wl()t uu
axe, chopped otT his arm to liberate
him and thus save his life.
The wreck wuj cnused by a defect
Iowa Finds Receding.
Den Moines, Iowa, May 29, Tho
rivers am receding In all parts of tho
stale. Thy damage douu here aggro-
Berlin, May 29, The Post says
Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaila has
Joublcd his body guard fearing assas-
(nation. He has lately received
.naiiy threatening letters,
Grand celebration In Pendleton or
ho Fourth. ocie asd wilug uiu
Sent to the. CoUnty Hospital,
Peter E. Shanuessy, the ex-soldier
who was brought from Meacham yes
terday, charged , with Insanity, was
r-xamlned by County Judgo Hartman
and Dr. Cole and was sent to the
county hospital In hopes that n
oure of treatment would wtnent
SHAMROCK BACKED UP.
Compelled to Return to Port With
rnsgow. May 29. Shamrock III
as compelled to return to Lamlash
' jv .(jwlut: to a .defept In her rlgglpg,
She again biarted across the Atlantic
Quotations Furnished by Coe Commit
Ion Company R, L. Boulter, Local
Manager, 120 Court Street,
Minneapolis, May 29. Wheat Ca
bles were rather firm toduy In view
or our decline near the close yester
day, showing but a small fractional
decline, jit-ports of damage nro com
li'g In rather freely, especially from
Kansas and Nebraska, where tho pro
diction Is freely mado that In a num.
her of localities tho crop won't aver
age Jinn a normal yield. We think
this slight recession should bo taken
advantage of to buy wheat on,
Chicago, May 29.
July . ..i
Minneapolis, May 29.
Very Large Audience Listened With
Rapt Attention High Grade of
Ability and Thoro"ugh.nes pf'fre.
paAitlpn shown In,) All Exercises.
The Knucr wns narked from pit to
dome Inst night with nn Interested
audience of frtenH gnth-vv.1 to wit
ness the graduation of tho high
school class of 1903.
Tho stago w;ns tnatcfull. detornted
with fluwcrs rind wlldwood branches
nnd draped with lings making n bow
er wherein sat Dr. C .1. Smith, tho
president, of the school honrtl Pro
fessor E. 11. Conklln, principal of tho
high school, nnd the graduating
class. Over tho drop curtain hund
the class motto, "On tho thrcBhhold,"
beautifully wrought In crimson.
Ilov. Jonathan Kdwnrds opened tho
oxurclseH with an uloquant Invoca
tion,, asking the blessing of God upon
tho clmis, who bad so faithfully .trod
den tho path of endeavor to Its Join
ing with tho great highway of life.
Fred Hnitman's vocal nolo, "Out on
tho Deep," was well rendered nnd
well received. Mr. Hnrtman, ban n
strong and pleasing volco uudef1 tend
The snlutatoiy wns presented by
Mlsa Mary Hothrock .In a Very pleas
nig nnd grnreful manner. Tho young
lady handled hoi- subject well.
Miss Mao Ferguson's oration, "A
Tribute to tho Soldiers of the Uito
War," was- on evidence or the patri
otic spirit Instilled In the hearts of
tho pupils by tho American school.
Her eulogy of the soldiers who fell
upon tho battlefields of Iho foreign
countries In defense of the country's
Hag, wns eloquent of feeling and truo
"When the Heart is Young," was
sung very plenslngly by Miss Adelo
Pickle, and the vust audience listen
ed attentively while iho old story of
youth nnd ugo was so sweetly un
folded. Iter Nell told In tier oration. "Luck
vs. Pluck," tho folly of the blind be
lief In chance and lutighl the iiccch
slty of earnest endeavor. Thoi ora
tion was well handled nnd showed
tho vnlito df effort In u new light,
Robert Cronln, In his oration, "Tho
Grand Army of tho rtopuhlle," held
out In eloquent words' tho Meeds of
the did soldiers nnd told of their part
In the building and cementing of our
states into tho greatest nation of tho
The valedictory was given by Olin
Arusplegur nnd wus well presented.
Tho leave-taking of (he cuius wns
Impressive nnd the young speaker
showed ' clearly tho now reiipoiiBlblll
ties devolving upon tho students as
lie steps out over the thrcshhold Into
tho world of nctlvu llfo.
Miss Plckei and Fred Hartman
sang a duet, "O, That Wo Two Wero
Maying." In a way that captivated
the uudlence, after which Dr. Smith,
In a fuw well chosen wordu, present
ed the diplomas,
Tho vocal solo by Miss Ethel Gar
field, of tho Weston Normal School,
was the sweetest piece of tho even
ing. Hlie gave tho old ballad of "Hon
nlo Sweet Besslo," nnd by her vocal
latlon and tho rare hwcoiiiohs of her
volco, sang her way Into tho hearts
of tho HUdleiico, who demanded of
her an encore, which she gracefully
accorded. Tho second number wns
a, catchy llttlo melody entitled
"Would You?" and sang of tho pre
ference given lovo over rldies or !
sltlun. Miss Garfield has a voire of
pleasing sweetness and power which
she ban handle with perfect case and
naturalness, and which wluA for her
tho plaudits of whomsoever may he
fuvorod by Its lodes,
Bremerton on the Blacklist,
Washington, May 29,-TActlnK Sec
retary of the Nuvv nurllnir nf nnon
today made the foUowfpg official, an-
liuiinrcmeni: , aiiat. unucr present
conditions no vessel of the pavy'wjll
bo sent to Ilremdrlon, Wash,
Operation 'for Appendicitis,
V. E, GarretBon left yesterday for
Tho Halloa, called thein by (bo .
rios3 of his wire, Mrs. (Inrrelson has
been troubled with appendicitis, and
whs to have bscn operated upon In