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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OUEGON, 'MONDAY, ..I'NE 22, WOSi.
IN RUNS AWAY
i . unco hrom tne ne
nd Runs from miiyara
. . . ir ! 1 1 .!
Three Persons were rincu
.-:. Were Iniured Great
Tj,t Was Done to Railroad
i .ft the Track In the
-t of the City.
ctoe Wash , Juno 22. A Great
freirht train broke loose
... .-.(no nt Tiiiivarn at a
v mi mnralnc and ran down
itodoned lmc of tne bpoKane
t vvrfhorn lntn the city. It Is
..:-. mri-alnus Hint IIIO imm
the tuck for the entire Ave
i,is It was going at an enormous
TrtioTi it reached the city.
timing was telephoned ahead,
u there was no other means of
tin; a switch was thrown at
point where the least amount of
thrown in every direction and the
u Laundry was almost obliterate
Great quantities of freight ana
en and splintered cars were en-
fd witb the ruins ot tne launary
i nearby shack, and with the torri
Three Were Killed.
cer Slee aged 9 years was kill-
11 firing debris, and two tramps
lere on me runaway were aiu
i i ..
PIVH I tTM I K Willi HI 1C ill t
l fry flying wreckage.
55 BLE DYNAM ThHS HtLU.
rcanans rouna in new Turn.
w lorK, June 22. inspector aic-
V .1.1 . 1 41
placed the dynamite bomb on
Ccbria. A request to deliver two
v I rn rTn n n h imin T rm n n.
i this morning. At the close of
STRIKE STILL UNSETTLED.
Cars Running Under Police Protec
tionEndeavoring to Agree.
Dubuque, la., June 22 Governor
Cummins arrived this morning to try
to settle the strike The president
of the Iowa Federation of Labor is
also here for the same purpose. The
sheriff in endeavoring to disperse a
mob around the Farley Manufactur
ing Company this morning, was soak
ed with soap suds thrown from the
top story of the hotel by a crowd
which afterward leisurely scattered.
Cars are running without molesta
tion, the guards protecting the pow
er house and patrolling the disorderly
sections of the city..
HEPPNEfl BELIEF FUND
IS RAPIDLY SWELLING!
Over $2600 Collected in Popular Subscriptions Since
Police Break Up Polish Nationalist
Meetings in Prussia.
Berlin, June 22. Election riots at
Glowitz in East Prussia today trou
bled the police, who attemnlpi! tn
suppress a Polish Nationalist meet-j
lng. The Poles resisted the police (
and used revolvers and swords. One'
Pole was Killed ami many injured.
The Poles enraged, marched through
the town and demolished n number ot
houses, among them several contain
ing wire manufacturers' machinery.
The latter were destroyed. Order
was restored after numerous clashes.
Ross Cold Storage Company Sends Carload cf Ice Women of Woodcraft
Orphans Will Be Cared for Nine Bodies, Including That of Blanch
Redfield, Recovered Since Satur day Noon,
FIGHTING IN NIGERIA,
The citizens of Pendleton are re- B. 11. Hnll
spondtng nobly to the call for relief I llolmch Hr-js
for the Heppner sufferers, olncc ...e , Nngle Uios
meeting of the Progress Club Friday , 11. Wray
night, nearly $2,700 have been sub- j V. S. How man
scribed to the relief fund. George Freonie
This amount, added to that already J. P. Han Ion 5,00
British Aggressions at Durmi Were
Repelled With Losses. i
Ixindon, June 22. Several small '
British detachments unsuccessfully
attempted about the middle of May 1
to dislodge ex Sultan Soketo and a '
large force from the walled town of
Durmi, Nigeria. The British were
compelled to retire after losing four '
persons killed and CO wounded. The
enemy's loss is reported at 300 killed
and wounded. 1
sent by the city and fraternal or- O. C. Clark
ders Inst week, makes a total of near-1 Madison Jones ..
ly $5,000 collected In this city, over Iladley & Zehuer
and above the $1,000 subscribed by W C. Burgess . ,
the county court and the $1,000 sent Joe Hannscom 5.00
by the grand lodge of the Women ot , C. Platzoedur
Woodcraft. u A Kline
The committees In charge of the I William Wilkinson
C. K. Grltmun
Br. T. i! Hendersun
W. M. . Scott
W H. vitboe
Two Hundred Second Commencement
New Haven, Conn.. Juno 22. The
city Is filled today with visitors to
the commencement exercises the
202d or Yale University. - It is a
cloudy day and gloomy and cold.
Norfolk, June 22. The schooner
Russell went ashore on Cape Hatteras
last night and washed to pieces. I.ojs 1
subscription list desire to say to
those whom they may not call upon,
that subscription papers are to be
found at T. C. Taylor's hardware
store, J. V. Tallman's dmg store anil
at the office of the Umatilla Imple
ment Company at all times, and those
desiring to contribute may do so at j J. A. Smith ....
either of these places, should the 1 F. M Humphrey
committee not call upon you. . A Eklund ....
Onllri-tlnn Nt Sundav H. O. HllWliS ...
sent at once to the sufferers, and
at the Ch
Matinee Benefit Friday.
n ii ti ...u
W. 12. Potwine is in receipt of , '
om Portland, which win be .jUw AU.L"
l"- ouucit.o, a,iu J(;eor,.u 111 ll,v,.tt
; will be taken next Sunday .:. ,, viil
urch of the Redeemer for infg, '(S.'V.VV.V.V.V,
E. A. Snyder
Waterspout In Servla. 1
Belgrade, June 22. A cloudburst at
Kuyajevatz today drowned two. Flf-'
ty-four buildings were demolished.
Loss $2.000.(K)0. I
SECRET CONSISTORY HELD
nuHTING FOR STATEHOOD.
w V. VIMWIIWIIIB r Wl I W
uniu uuuu 1 uu itrid
reimiillrnn Aanti-Al M.nnntitnn to
r V.1.UVI lit lUIUUIlllCU IB
'SSlOn here toriav fnr tht ntirnnsn
ngm for statehood. It is ex-
Ml 4V. - Ij ...
- me uummmee win ae-
- -wuuiHujimiy ior immeaiaie
, ec-uaTt; irom uie luaian
vuiiiuc on ine missouri
?icifie and 5sPUral A U-IttJ
-in l vy J o. in ,2 -Rpvon
..c reponea killed in n rol-
u ireiguts on the iMissouri
,J near Cole's Juncllnn oarlv this
"'"S. 1-OUr bodies U'n lirnnvhl
Murder Will Sometimes Out.
ylrartord. Rnrl.nH T o
l of Samuel Dougal. charged
"o years ago, opened today.
i uie most Blngular crimes
I tn rvT "' No 8U8P'C'0'1
iu aisnnsn ,-. ... i
---6'uB io me deceased.
Arrive In t
tit ' 22- Chauncey Dewey
tuarged w.ia the
ttirt. "err's. arrived today
H . wujLcrK in otlam lrt
joe supreme court of the
- iur a writ of habeas cor-
' e at present held with-
jiri. , ournea.
Plint n.?.Juo.e 22. The Amerl-
t ..' "'ass Itnttto
POPE LEO IS VERY FEEBLE
AND WAS CARRIED ABOUT. 1
The List of Cardinals Does Not Con
tain the Name of an American, Thus
Showing the Predominance of Itali
an Influence in the counsels of the ,
Chicago. June 22. (Special from
Rome.) The long-deferred consist or
was held thU morning In the hall
of the consistory. It only lasted one-,
halt hour, owing to the feebleness of
the pope who was much fatigued 1
when taken back to his apartments. '
No American Appointed.
The pope was carried to the con
sistory in a Sedan chair. Alter da'lv
ering his ullecutlon and announcing
the names of those chosen for high '
honors, his holiness adjourned the ;
meeting to the throne room wherp, in
the presence of the papal court, tin-
new cardinals and arebbisnops ai d ,
bishops now in Rome kissed the prel ,
lute's foot and received his blessing, j
No Americans appear on the list of!
newly created cardinals.
The Pendleton Driving Association n sorell 1 oil
win give a jieppner oeneiu niauiico ( i;ast Oreguulan Employes . .
at the Slmpson-Perrlnger track next , v. n. Bleaknev
Following is the list of those suu
scriblng to the fund since Saturday:
Brought Forward From Satur
day $ 1062.o
Mike Gratz $ 50.00
Fred l.aing lo.on
J. R Dickson 2.1.110
The Maze 25 00
.1. A. Borie 25.00
E. D Boyd 10.no
W D. Chamltcrlain 10.00
E .). Murphy VIMH
Carl Hansen 2G.no
V. S. HyTH 25.00
T. D. Taylor 20.00
William Folsom 10.00
E. .1 Somervllle 20.00
U. ltoesuh 15.00
Mrs. I.eona Thompson 25.00
Mrs. Una Sturgls 25.00
W II. Jones 10.00
(JoldiMi Rule Store 10.00
II. II. Wesi-ell 10.00
f W McComas 10.no
llawle.v Bros 16.00
James Crawford 25.00
Jesse Failing 10.00
Baker & Folsom 10-00
Dindiiiger & Wilson 10.00
C. E. Roosevelt 25.00
Brock k McComas 25.00
F. S. Younger & Co 2
Whitman. Farnsworth & Thayer.
Unny. Rice & Benedict, Boston 25.00
OIhoii & Pymbrock '-0
Baker & Ogg
S Kushlancl & Co. San Fran-
Baer & Daley
George R. Demott Co
John F. Temple
W. T. Porter
E. C. Sutton
B. F. Ronn
II. F. Johnson ,.
Frank Duprnt , , ,
J. B. .Miimford 10.00
Christian Church 15.00
Gurdaiie & .Mc.llroom
J. S. Gurdane
George H. Carrier
A. G. Buholts
List at Tallman's
David 11. Nelhou
I. R. Bamber
E. A. Vaughn
J. W. Klmbrell
List at Umatilla Implement House,
Charles Rohrman .., 10. (
E. h. Smith 25.00
John Crow fi.oo
C. H. Carter '. 10.00
Woodmen of the World 150.00
Eliitracht Lodge No. 0 200.00
Baptist church 3.00
F. Walternot Loo
Quotations Furnished by Coe Commis
sion Company-R. L. Boulter, Local
Manager, 120 Court Street ,
Minneapolis. June 22 -Wlieat-Ca-1
liltrotcnt tn our
oies were raum
advance of Saturday. No rain of any
consequence in the northwest over
. . -..i.ii .i... cmttnuftKt had
Sunday, wuue ."-
heavy rains. Receipts show some'
falling off as compared with last year. ,
. . ,.. lt,.l ot ailv.ini I'll I
Cash rteraauo m
prices. The situation Is a strong
one and we etc nothing to sell wheat
on as yet.
. . no
cjnicago. June i.
July ' r
Sept 7? 7C
Dec 76 VM
July W 40'
iiv 82 -'"
Lost Nine Beneficiary Members.
Mrs. Carrie Van Orsdall, accompa
nied by her private secretary, Mth.
J. H. Ross, went to Heppner this
morning In the Interest of the Women
of WooderafL That order has lost
nine benefit members In Heppner
alone, and the ladles are going to
the city to look after the affairs of
Pendleton Circle No. 527. Women of
Woodcraft, has sent $15 In money to
the relief of their members at Hepp
ner, and In addition to this have sent
five large boxes of clothing and 10
boxes of bedding.
Carload of Ice to Heppner,
The Ross Ice & Cold Storage plant
of this city, has tent from Walla
Walla a carload of Ice to the relief
committee at Heppner. The car will
leave Walla Walla this morning, be
ing sent from that place because the
plant at this place wus not running.
Miss Redfield's Body Found.
The body of Miss Blancn Redfield,
daughter of C, K. Redfield, tho Hepp
ner attorney and real estate man,
was recovered Saturday evening sev
eral miles below Heppner The total
number now recovered Is 172.
Odd Fellows' Relief Committee.
r, 00 Joseph MIchelll, tho grand master
6.00 1 of tho Odd Fellows of the state, has
r, oo annotated R. Alexander, of Pendle-
n Schrocdc'r B.OO'ton, O. D. Doan, of The Dalles, W,
Ralph Ward 10.00
V .1. Ilacon 1"."
C F. Colesworthy ''1.00
A. Kunkel B5.00
Robert Forster 25.00
J. E. Rusi-ell & Co. 25.00
A. Nolle 20,00
J T. LaniMrtb r'00
William Krnsxlg 8.00
R. .Martin r,-,'')
p. Pladller 6.00
John Slebert 5.00
Joe H. Parkes 5.00
C. Slillos 5.00
V. Stroble COO
p C. Peterson r'-')0
( II. Hammond 6.00
Charles Lance 5.00
Arthur Knight .ou
W. Walto r'.00
Charles C. Sharp ...
George O. Daniels .
fjcoige A. Bobbins .
C. Ij. Bowers
T W'llllnmsoti, Jnmcs W. Welch, of
Astoria and E. B. Sharon, of Port
land as a general committee to look
nfter tho tlood sufferers In the order
at Heppner. It Is the Instructions of
tho grand master that Messrs. Alex
ander and Bonn should go to Heppner
and report on the conditions there,
and that tho commltteo should then
meet In Portland and adopt some
means of relief. To this commltteo
Is to be sent nil of the funds thnt
nre raised by tho order, and they
are to disburse them as they think
Messrs. Bonn, Alexander mid Sha
ron will go to Heppner on Wednesday
Jiiornlng and from there will meet
with the rest of the committee In
Portland May Not Celebra.e.
Portland Juno 22. The eelebrntlon
committees are In oontorence this
iifteinoon and It hnq not yet liven
dellnltely decided whether tho cele
bration will he held or not.
Methodists Will Rebuild.
At the Methodist church yesterday
n cnll was read from the people of
Heppner asking for their help In re
building the church nt thnt place. In
answer the local church raised $00,
n ml further subscriptions will be
raised. B. E. Coon was appointed
treasurer of the fund and will re
ceive all subscriptions banded hint.
In answer to the call.
Ladles' Relief Committee on Duty at
the Council Chamber,
A committee of Pendleton ladles
has been at tho council rooms today
for tho purpose of receiving donntloiii
of clothing and supplies from the peo
ple of the elty for the relief commit
tie at Heppner. During the ilny n
large number of things have come In,
mid the ladies expect to have ipilte a
shipment to niiike. when they come
to send the supplies out As fast us
the things me collected In slilllclcnt
amount they will he shipped to tbu
destitute at the stilcken city Mrs.
C. J. Smith, Mrs. R. G. Thompson,
Mrs. T. G. Ayres ami Miss Roberts
were In charge of the uilitgs this
FREEWATER SENDS HELP.
Forty Laborers Go From There to
Heppner This Afternoon.
A meeting of the citizens with the
city council ot Freewaler was held
yesterday afternoon to formulate fur
ther measures, for the relief of Hupp.
(Concluded on pago 8.)
P0H Hi CONFESSES
MRS. DE LARTIGUE SAYS SHE
KILLED HER HUSBAND.
Claims the Deed Was Committed in
Self-Defense Lartlgue Chased Her
From Home and Shot at Her, When
She Seized an Axe and Killed Him.
Pomeroy, Wash.. Join' 22. Mrs.
Animiila de LartlKiio. who has joeu
on trial here lor thi.'O days for the
murder of her husband. lust Hepteui
ber confessed to the crime on the wit
nesH stand, late Saturday evening.
The guilt of Mrs. Lartlgue has been
evident nil through the preliminary
hearing, and while the confession was
unexpected, It contnlned nothing new
In the way of details.
Mrs. Lartlgue clulnis to huve killed
her husband In Helf-defeiiHo. Shu
says he was brutally ubuslvo. strik
ing her many times and .threatening
her with Instnut death on the slight
Finally' on the night of the murder,
they hnd n bitter ipmrrcl. and he
drove bur from tho hou.'e. pursued
her Into the yard and hIioi nt her In
Crazed with linger and fear, she
says she seized an uxo unit struck
him on tho head as ho advanced to
knock her down with his revolver.
She killed him nt tho first blow with
the nxe, burled his body In u'potnlo
hole In the front yard and put his
saddle In the bole on top of the
The collide had lived mi extremely
unhappy life, she lining 20 years the
mnlor of l.urtlgiie and he was an er
ratic, violent man of coarse habits
and quarrelsome disposition
The defenso she bad made up tn
the time of making the confession,
wuh pitifully weak and contradictory
Bho becamo entangled In giving her
testimony and was confronted by the
evidence of over 60 reputable wit
nesses and a well of circumstantial
evidence from which there wus no
Self-defense Is her plea and yet
there Is little hope that tho confession
will brighten her already gloomy
A strike of oro running $1S0 por
ton, was made last Suturduy on Bea
ver creek, Custer county, Idaho,
CORRUPT ON IN
An Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court of New
Mexico on tho Rack
Postmaster of Toledo, O., Has ueen
Indicted for Complicity With Ma
chen and the Groff Bros. In Giving
and Taking Brioes And the End
Is Not Yet.
Washington, June 22. Daniel Mc
Millan, mi associate Justice of thu
supreme court of New Mexico, lias
been removed by President Roose
velt on account of chnrges that havo
been pending against him for several
months. Judge Clement Smith, of
Hastings, Mich., has been derided on
to fill the vacancy.
Some time ago Mr. Mllhurn. presi
dent of tne Buffalo Exposition, ami
Secretary Root, pleaded for McMillan
and succeeded In having him retain
ed. Further Investigation recently
resulted In further evidence accumu
lating sustaining the charges. Tho
president decided to remove him
After the Postmattor of Toledo.
Washington, June 22.- The grand
Jury found n Joint Indictment ngnltist
George Uireu, postmaster of Toledo,
Mrs. I.oren, Mnchen mid Groff Bros.
It will probably be reported to tho
court later this afternoon. Tho
charge is conspiracy to defraud the
government, l.orou nnd his wife am
alleged to hnvn been Intermediaries
between Mnchen mid Groff Bros. In
the fraudulent deals. The penalty
under the stntutu on which the pros
ecution Is biiBcd, Is a lino ot $10,000
or two years Imprisonment, or both.
Mnchen mid the GrofTS have both
been previously indicted under an
other stntulo for accepting mid giving
The Indictment found today, mid
those previously returned, refer tu
the same transaction, Involving about
Will Be Arrested at Once.
Washington, June 22.An Indict
ment wns returned to the court nt 2
this nflcrnoon and l.orcu mid Ms
wife will he arrested nt once No
further bull will bo required from
Muc.heu or the U ruffs, they being un
der solllrleut bonds In previous lu
illclments. RELIGION BY WHIT.
Refute to Baptize Ex-Jews Into the
Berlin. June 22. The Titgehlatt to
day nyn tho Russian holy synod Is
taking n hand In thu propaganda
agiilust the Jews. A Russian paper
says that body has forbidden priests
to baptize Jews Into the Greek
church unless they can produce u
police license permitting them to
change their tellglon. The measure
Is Intended to stop tho adoption ot.
Christianity by Jows who can thus
escape legal liabilities.
Reported Attempt to Blow Up the
Paris, Juno 22. A niossugo from
Budapest to Raphel slates that It Is
reported (here that the grand vliler's
palaco nt Constantinople narrowly
escaped being blown up by dynamite
today. The isimbs uro reported to
have been llxcd by Bulgarian revolu.
tlouarles, Numerous arrests were
In Doubt About Klna Peter.
IiiiiIoii, Juno 22,-A Belgrade cor
respondent wires today that tho num
ber s of the dlplomutlu corps at Bel
grade have decided to send an Iden
tical note tu their respective govern
ments asking Instructions ns to what
attitude (hoy shall observe toward
thu reception to King Peter upon his
arrival from Geneva.
Another Trial Spin Saturday,
Now York, Juno 22. Tho Shamrock
Ill's mast s stepped today at Erie
basin, to ho ready for thu first trial
spin over tho American run course
with Shamrock I Saturday. Tho Con
stitutlon, Reliance ami Colombia will
not meet again until June 30, oft