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Eastern Oregon Weather
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Tonight and Sunday fair
General Condition is
ed, and He Was
. i I TU!n fl n rn ! n re
trtaDie mud uin&.
lT RESTED DURING DAY.
Lance Is a Marvel 10 aii
i of Hit Cats Ultimate Re.
i Not Possible, But Medical
Nursing Can Accomplish
Inly 18.-Vatican reports
Le cheerful Tho pontiff
me rest during the day and
In of Ills condition has
Live Until September.
Li? 18. Official bulletin at
the nope passed a sleepless
since the first hours of the
bd quiet repose. Rcsplra-
la anil not superficial, be-
I level of the pleural fluid
I Respiration 2S, pulse weak
loeraturo 3C.2. His gene-
lion remains unchanged.
hlcians seem delighted. An
ts nnt at nresent necessary
fcvsirlanK sav- this morning
lble his holiness may live
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OKEGON SATU H DAY, ".I VhYl 8, 1003.
Twenty.Flve ThTmHmd Have Gotten
Together at Nueremburg
Nucremburg, Germany, July is
The grand fete or German gymnast
began this morning. Tem five
thousand will participate. Two hun
drcd are in the American contingent
and teams are hero from London, St.
Petersburg, Capetown, Shanghai and
Mebourno. Seventy-eight special
trains of evmnnste ni-ri.-A.i .1.1.
jn(; ...... vu juia morn-
The fete lasts five days. The an
nual meeting of the League of Ger
man GvninnstK will hn i,t,i i
Junction with the fete tonight. It
nus iuu.uuu members.
CORNER IN COTTON.
Thousands Thrown Out of Employ
ment at a Result.
Fall River, July IS. As a result of
the cotton corner tho mills here can
not get raw material and are shut
ting down. Seven thousand employes
are already idle and thousands more
will be out by the middle of next
to Have Been Killed
STORM WAS A WELL
At Least a Hundred Injured Victims
Great Damage to Crops and
Other Property Many of the Best
REDUCTION OF TROOPS.
School of Practice Off the
Coast of Maine for Naval
ONE FLEET WILL DEFEND
AND THE OTHER ATTACK.
Towns In North Central
Were Badly Devastated.
Both Fleets Will Then Attack Port
land, Which Will Be Defended by
Land Batteries and Troops In
Illinois! Connection, Wireless Telegraphy
1 Will Be Given a Thorough Test.
.Inly IS. Latest advices Washington. July IS. Never bo-
j Army Retirements and Promotions
From Miles Down,
Washington, July IS. General
Davis, conuiiniidlng In tho Philip
pines, having recommended n roduo
lion of troops. Secretary Hoot has
Instructed him to wltlitlrnw throe
cavalry regiments mid three Infantry
regiments whenever transportation Is
available. This will require several
months. Tho oldest In the service,
will ho sent first.
The war department this morning
formally announced tho tollowlng
promotions: Mnjor-Oenorul Young
will become lieutenant-general, vice
Miles, retired. llrlgndlor-Ooiiernl
Sumner will be major-general, vice
Davis, retired. Brigadier-General
Wood will bo major-general, vice
Young, promoted. .Miles retires Auk- !
ust S. Davis. July 20. !
Thirty-Four Promotions. I
Washington, July IS. Tho prosl-1
dent has decided to promote 111 oolo-1
nels to brigadier-generals In rank, j
with tho understanding that all will
Immediately retire. All are officers j
who served creditably In tho civil'
EACE IN SIGHT.
Between Strikers and
May Bring Good Results.
Jul IS At 10 o'clock
w a conference between
btlon of Labor executive
land Kelloggs was held in
: to settle the strike. The
ants an open shop and tho
mand as a first consldera-
kmstatement of all old enl
iven hundred were employ
ee strike, of whom 400 left
me others hae found work
They finally agreed on
each to discuss matters
I respective sides and hold
tolerance Monday. There
) noting today on account
: a half holiday. A largo
lollce keens tho crowds
Itlng near the manufactur-
c , Chicago,
r..iaci -ny in wan tor fiom the illistrlet .,( v, th 1 for.. In Anmri.. ,iil..., ...
Him at Douglas. which spent its final fury on Chicago , vers been planned on such a scale ns
Tucson, Ariz., July is. 1)111 Stile, , last night. Indicates tho casualty loss IIiom; which will take placo In Aug
the train robber who escaped across i was underestimated in last night's 1 st off the coast of Maine. Two im
the Mexican border when Indicted for reports. j mouse lleets, comprising tho flower
robbery, was captured last night by I In Streator, Mendota, Verona, Cam-1 of the American navy, will combat,
rangers. He sent word to a l'riend ! 1,1S. Kingsley and other towns in One defends New England ports, tho
at Douglns to meet him. The I Central Illinois, whero the storm ether attacks.
friend betrayed him. Rangers am-! reached Its highest speed, 25 are I Af.-rwnnl the two will combine
bushed the bandit and made him sur-1 known to be dead and nearly 100 in-! under Rear-Admiral Raker, forming
render. He Is in Jail at Tombstone. I Jured, several of whom are not ex-1 the largest fleet ever mobilized off
pecteu to recover. the American coast, and win attack
Information from many sections is I Portland harbor, endeavoring to
meager, as the wires aro down. The j prove that they can conquer the land
damage to buildings and crops is uoienses.
Get Together for Operations
Madrid, Jnly IS. Premier Sllvea
announced in tho chamber today that
Spain had formed an alliance with
France for the preservation of the
integrity of Morocco. Said this would
necessitate the reconstruction of the
The battleship squadron, the North
Atlantic fleet from tho Azores, tho
Kearsargo from Portsmouth, and
nearly the entire Cnnlbean squadron.
Secretary of Agriculture Reports on Me new training squadron from
CROPS ARE SHORT,
Epworth Ardor Not Dampened.
Detroit, Jnly IS. It lias been a
gloomy day. yet tho Epworth ardor is
undampened, No general meetings
wore held, but the afternoon was do
voted to rallies.
Conditions in Central States.
Chicago, July IS. A special to the
Record-Herald from Washington
says: Secretary Wilson, who has Just
nesoia said today "Wn lie tho fa ' T,,e Jolnt 'es with tho army
f .'.?,. ' .J ' , e th(J .,' ' will begin off Portland August 23.
n, .h: V,o . ;. ,,. .i. 1 tireless telegraphy will ho given
...... w. ... tlujlo u mi J ,tiu
Chesapeake, will all participate and
are now en route.
August 10 a spectacular Inspection
of the immense fleet will be made by
Roosevelt, Secretary Moody and Ad-
lrdn at San Quentlne.
r-niH.u, jury is. jouu
'elected today to bo war-
In rttintitj., I. .1 .
I- -."v....,, jivimt'iiuurj,
"i In the Desert.
IWi, July IS. A we'll
'. evidently English, was
In the desert near Cos,
niners nmi tni.-o ..
W3, unable to talk.
I1 Street Steadier.
July IS The nmr!;nt Ic
Iter Thr ..,i.i..
'egal rqa reinents on
)rd Olfln England.
:. tnj'iand July 18.
"'I Uonioanv linn
WIDOW ATTEMPTS SUICIDE
AND CHILDREN'S LIVES.
the corn crop will bo short. The ab
normally cool weather," he said,
"has retarded the development of the
crop. Along the valleys and high
ways the crop has been saturated,
and the corn will not mature. The
best corn Is along tho dry, rolling
a thorough test.
lands, but even there the cool season . star fr0I' HrooKlyn Hnys
has prevented he crop fiom being 0t()rgL, w nuavors formerIy cl
Warrant Out for Another Postofflce
Washington. July IS. A special to
Woman Was Worn Out With Hard
Work and Privation Run a Stu
dent's Boarding House Took Too
may have an average crop If the
weather in the future Is favorable.
but If it continues cold, it is hard
to say to what extent there will bo
..l.nHn.. n.t... ...It, 1...
the finest for many years. Tho cool i
weather has favored the growth of
the halury and allowance division of
Los Angeles, July lS.-Mrs. Mary oats wheat and barley.
Hughlett, a widow at Santa Ana, tried for tho farmer is good."
to kill herself and ner two cuiuiren.
Frank, aged K and Grace, aged 12, j
the pofctoUlvo department, has been
indicted by tho federal grand Jury,
probably on two counts. A bench
warrant has been Issued for his ar-
but lias not been surved.
Got the Money.
New York, July IS. A bench war
rant was Issued by Judge Thomas, in
the United States circuit court,
Hrooklyn. today for the ariest of Geo.
W Heavers on an Indictment found
by the federal grand Jury, which
n. Inot tllllt llV
They took too much and It acted as an Nominated a Full Ticket and Ad-, c.harBOh Mm wjth accepting a brlbo of
emetic. All were saveu. j""'"".
Tho woman's husband dlud recent
ly. She moved to RerUeley. Lai.,
where she kept a boarding house for
students. The work was too uaru,
Louisville, July 18. The bocoud
day of picturesque political inauou
$S 10. It is understood that payments
to leavers were traced hack to tho
purchase by the government of tho
verlng In tho state convention of Brandt-Dent Cash Registering Co.
Kentucky republicans failed to oulini-
and she became despondent and fear-, nato In the final grand surprise of a
ed she could not make a living. She i winning dark horso. Tho ticket Is as
wrote to relatives she was coming to1 follows:
tne southern end of tho state to kill ! Governor Morris H. Belknap, Lou-
herself. The police scoureu uie iuwn uvine.
for her yesterday, and relatives took Lieutenant Govornor-
. -"mJ JIUH
lr terminal docks here,
I Ml 1 The nver Odor is
The p.v ..
' and lar c areas are
I1" Albany, N. Y.
f. mi- now nign
Ilrnn .., '
i. of nu ..
lt'i . 13 ,nB owner
i ,;;': " a ? cou.n-
k " uins tho
fie urn. , ac r,l Is full
Lf "wt side it iioo u.
ho,- lwimo this morning.
The woman had been planning for
some time and finally decided to kill
hor ehlldien as well as herself, fear
ing they might get Into bad hands.
Berlin Papers Throwing Mud at Royal
Berlin, July 18. A sensation is
caused by the publication of accusa
tions against female members of tne
Bavarian royal house, who are charg
ed with conducting a petticoat regime
and procuring appointment of "vo
ltes for promoting the anti-Jewlih
crusade. Eight princesses are involv
ed. Including the crown princess
CONSPIRACY IN PORTUGAL.
Alleged Scheme to Dpose or Murctor
London. July 18.-A 0e"fn""
natch from Ubon reports conspli
acy against King Charles of Portu
al Fivo Infantry officers have been
Posted and will be tried by court
martial. Selected a Capita'
Melbourne. July 18 Tamut. In :
New South Wales, has b;-en selected
as the capital of the .wle.al l A. n.
trallan states. It is a t-niat! tnn m
an agrcultural district
Treasurer John J
Auditor George K.
Attorney (Jenoral William
Secretary or Stalo J. C. Speight,
FIRE ON THE VOLGA.
The postolllce Inspectors found Hint
Beavers had a large account in tho
Nassau Trust Company, Brooklyn,
mid are said to have discovered that
checks deposited there had boon
given by exCongrossman Drlggs.
Beavers Not Yet Arrested,
Washington, July 18. Although it
is the general belief that an Indict
ment was found yesterday against
Beavers, in the postolllce scandal, It
has not been formally handed down,
nor an arrest made up to a late hour
TRIAL YACHT RACE.
Reported That Sixty Lives Were Lost
By Steamer Burning.
St. Petersburg, July IS. The
steamer Peter was destioyed by fire
on the Volga today. Sixty perlshod
In the tiames. The passengers and
crew were caught like rats in a tiap.
Before the ship's boats could bo got
ten away, or any aid reach tho ves
sel fire had t'ompletely enveloped it.
Capture of a Bandit.
Washington, July 18. The war de
partment advices from the Philip
pines announce the capture of Kaus
tino Dulllermo, the most famous ban
dit in Luson. The piedlction is made
that tils will cnii disorder in Rlzal
Coaling Station Treaty.
Havana, July 18. Tho Cuban sen
ate has approved tho coaling station
agreement The bill also approved
aproprlatii g $SO.nn for a world's
fair exhil.it at St Louis.
Some Speculation as to Superiority
of the Reliance,
Morris Cove. July IS.- A 39-mlIe
thrash to windward Is tho courso for
the Reliance, Constitution mid Co
lumblu today. Tho Constitution's
showing yesterday renews specula
tion as to tho Reliance's superiority.
The wind this morning Is light from
the southeast, presaging a long bat
tle against tho headwinds. The Re
liance started nt JO: 10:9. the Colum
bia at 10:15:28. the Constitution at
10 17. official tluio.
New Iyondon, July 18. The unoffic
ial time on tho finish of the yachts
U as follows: Rellajicu, 1:33:04; Con
stitution, 1:42:6; Columbia. 1:51:47.
PROF PHIPPS DROWNED.
Carter Harrison of Chicago
Will Got the Nehraskan's
Support Next Year.
ANNOUNCEMENT MADE AT
A CHICAGO PICNIC.
Secretary of the National Democratic
Committee Will Act as Bryan's
Spokesman Speeches by Bryan,
Hurst, the Democratic Candidate
for Governor of Iowa, and Other
Was on Exploring Trip In North,
Lincoln, Neb., July IS. Professor
Phlpps, of tho chair of English In tho
State University, was drowned last
night nenr Crawford, In too north
western portion of tho stnto. His
party was out hunting fossils and
were caught In a cloudburst in n nar
row gulch. Phlpps was unable to
swim. Ills body was found a qitnrtor
of a mile below this morning. All
tho others escaped.
Flour Mills Sold,
La Grande, July IS The Mt. Van
uie rlourlng Mills, at Cove, have been
sold by E. I'. McDanlel to N. II, and
Sherman Roes, for 8,000. Tho mills
wore hulic In 1800 by S. O. French
and wore named for Mt. Fannlo, a
high peak of tho Blue Mountains,
near C'ovo, which was named for Mrs.
McDanlel, tho first while woman to
ascend to the summit of this peak.
Son Was Born,
Buzzard's Bay, July IS. A sou wns
horn to Grovcr and Mrs. Cleveland at
Gray Gables today.
Chicago, July IS. Muyor Harri
son's name us tho choice of tho Bry
an democrats for tho presidential
nomination year will probably be
proposed at tho Chicago democracy's
picnic this afternoon by Walsh, tho
secretary of tho national committee.
Walsh Is utuililo to attend, hut lias
forwarded ti copy of tho speech lis
Intended to make.
At 1 this nrteruoou tho distinguish
ed visiting democrats started for
Brand's Park, escorted by CO charter
ed trolley cars crowded with local en
thusiasts. Theio will Iki a pnrado ln
tho down town district.
Sullivan, tho democratic nominee
for governor of Iowa, Bryan, Con
gressmen Trlmblo anil Williams and
William 11. Hurst will siK-ak.
ELGIN LABOR UNION.
FORECLOSE IMMENSE DEBT
ORDER IN DEFAULT BY
Amount Involved Is $16,000,000 Com
pany Behind With Its Interest Pay
ments and Is Completely Insolvent
Big Legal Fight On.
New York, July 18. Judge Kill.
Patrick, sitting In Hie United Status
district court, signed an order on ap
plication of counsel representing tho
Mercantile Trust Company of New
York, permitting tho corporation to
foreclose tho $ 10,000.000 mortgage of
the United Slates Shipbuilding Com
pany, held by It as trustee for bond
Tho petition netB forth mo default
111 piiyment of Interest churgos duo
curly In July. Tho petition mny lt
Hied with any United Slates district
court, and n day will then be fixed
for argument by counsel for and
against t.io nllowanco of the foreclos
ure. Receiver Janios Smith, Jr., will
open the suit.
Tho order permitting hie filing of
tho petit. on lias been anticipated by
counsel representing tho rocolvor,
and tho legal battle to prevent the
foreclosure when It I alios placo will
bo of n sensational nature.
Teamsters Organize With a Member
ship of Twenty-Fve,
l.u Grande, July 18. W. 15, Morand,
organizer for tho State Federation,
and .1. E. Culper, organizer for tho A.
F. or 1,., went to Elgin and formed a
Teamsters' Union. There wore 26
charter members ami 10 were obli
gated. J. It. Oliver, president of tho
local Trades. Assembly, recently or
ganized a local union of tho A V.
or I.. In Elgin with 30 members. This
union now has Its charter and Is ac
tively considering tho labor problems
of Elgin. Iji Grnndo unions nro now
In full control In nil matters con
cerning the clerks, masons, carpon
tciH, palnterH, bni tenders and all
contract and loam labor. At tho same
time their course has been so moder
ate as to moot with tho upprovnl of
nearly all business men and building
Has Made His Will.
Ijexington, July 18. IJwen will go
to Jackson next week to testify be
fore the grand Jury, relative to the
burning of his hotel. Ho has made
a will and transferred all his property
to his w'fe as he fears assassination.
POLICE COURT AFFAIRS.
Brown Gets Five Days for Shooting
on the Streets,
William Brown, who was arrested
Inst night for shooting llioaims with
in the city limits, was tiled this
afternoon in tho city court and was
given five days In the city Jail. Brown
was In tho Last Chance saloon last
night and came out with another man
and started for the depot, hut hefoie
reaching the place he tired his pistol
a couplo of times whether or not at
bis companion could not lo learned.
The accused denied the charge and
vlun (onvlcted promised to return
after in- bad served his Bontonco and
whip both the marshal and tho Judge.
In the meantime he is cooling his
wrath In the city hotel.
After the shot they both ran, hut
cic pI'Ked up later by the police.
Mei.y Hi messy and Edward An
dproii ac-i'o arrested for drunkenness
and both pleaded not guilty and de
nied that thny had boon anywhere
near drunk. Whon they havo BUflln
i. ntly sobered they will bo sentenced
Young. Boy Suicides.
.Stochpoil, ()., July 18. A 12-year-old
son of farmer Lindsay, committed
sulclili) last night by shooting. No
cause Is assigned..
HEPPNER RELIEF FUND,
Question Raised as to the Proper Use
for the Money Yet Unused.
Tho committee at Heppnur having
In charge distribution of the
ruuds sent there by tho various
towns, yesterday sent a communica
tion to the committee In this city
asking them to give omo Idea as to
what use tho commit too hoio would
like to havo tho fund applied. There
Is ul this time plenty of money at
lloppmir for tho use of the men In
charge of tho work there, anil they
would rather tho people who donated
the money would express somo idea
as to the host use for It, whether for
municipal purposos or for private ex-,
Undoubtedly thure aro cases In tho
city where the money could l ap
plied for tho reller of losses made by
the flood, but whether or not Ihmw
elrcumstances should be Hrst reliev
ed Is what the people there would
like Ui know. The local roniinlttoo
has made no reply to the mt-s-MUM.
as most of the men are out of the
city who have been at the head or the
relief movemont, and it l n..t like
ly that anything will b" tlonc until
those men return,
Injured for Life,
John lloburts, who wan shot l
Deputy Sheriff Nnvo at Wallula last
spring through that office's mtstuk ng
him for a hobo, culled at Uw Union
office yesterday. Mr. Roberts tUl
suffers occasionally from tho severe
wound and says he will never be tho
samo man again. 1I Is on a small
chicken farm Just eaBt of town
Walla Wnlln Union
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