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Tonight ami Tuesday miBoltl
oil nml occasionally threatening.
PEXDLETOX, UMATILLA COUNTY. OUEGOX, MONDAY, ,1V 1 A" 20. 100:3.
1 IB ITER
i J MirJrllo Stainc
. nron hi n ui nni
REE INCHES RAIN
. itdtiIN DfllNTS
LAI vvt-n i "n- .....w.
n Down, Lands Flooded,
j v.Lnranh Polfifi UnrOOt
o city -r"
Down and Buildings
ujnv Br does wasnea
Hail Destroys Fruit and
...,.-rloi,e etnrni nro
-m jcjji.- .?
'-om many parts ot the
sre to 'be effect that the
tattered down flat. In
their livestock Into the
t Kit. IIUI 111 Ulftl. 1 V BCICIC
"i .Muwaui.ee uaruor. u
TAtfir net thnntrh
jiuwauKee aim nunareus
i .i flnnp 5 ionttDO nt thn
oi tne icwers 10 carry on
Two In he 3 of rain fell in
Madison reports 3.04
anesv uroadheau and
Falls report bevere storms
on Excursion Boat. ;
"., wu 3 ft."' j mutiu Hft
lemv v.- rn TniK Rfr-rinn
this r.ty was difficult and
ana a ianlr occurred on
on steamer Thomas Clyde.
Wftilch raTicd nearly 1,000
k , and ' de noise of the lotr
'ic f. ur-ionists, They
- 1 r main deck
. wi red by the
filed with the
r mits. Iteliev
1 iat righted it-
:ns in tho
1 Ou' t Hail Storm.
l allowed by
"h of Trin
- oi' dollars
' ' families to
. a large ar
. i that the
rnr: for their
iiot was In
i, fret and
i i rifle rain
n wires and
' ' d a cyclor-
;i!a es tele
ont of the
'I into all
i nvn on the
f-r to New-
1 Frt and Alfalfa,
hr a .r hailstones
M af 's and the
-7. Vo w h
Ice to a
i trees were stripped of their fruit '
; rho area of the storm was onlv '
j about three miles, but the damage'
ivuv 49 vvnsiueruuie. I
Damage Done at Gardner, !
Jollet, 111., July 20. The destine- !
Hon of fiardner. 111., In the storm Iat I
night proves untrue. While the storm
was mo worst in the history of the
town, no lives were lost and no one
was Injured. A few houses were dam
aged and shrubbery was destroved.
Severe damage Is reported bv wind
and rain, but no fatalities In "this vl
clnlty have been reported.
Sudden Rise In River.
Janesvllle, Wis.. July I'd. A rain
fall of three Inches hero last night lias
caused the river to rise two feet In
three hours this mornlnc. Should
the levee above the city give wav,
many business blocks are liable to
be swept away.
Many Bridges Gone,
La Crosse, Wis., July 2. Reports
were received here this morning of a
severe rainstorm which swept over
the country 20 miles south of here
last night, washing away many small
bridges and doing damage to crops.
Many Wires Down.
Cleveland, 0 July 20. A fierce
storm of rain and wind swept over
this city today, cnuslng much daru-
Brp In Irene onrl eli,iiM,f...i- H.htu )
Reports of j egra,,h nnd telephone wires were
prostrated at many points.
Thousands of Acres Ruined.
arsaw, Ind., July 20. A
storm and heavy rains fell today, de-
the train crops, and the ! BUU''"S iaiuii..aimr oi acres oi grow-
w " . Ih. '
WILL MAKE A FINISH FIGHT.
Uirhlpan Thousands of no i-ompromise possioie in pennsyi-
orth of damage was vania it Is Announced.
to tne cQieramcm uiur , p itoiuii-i- Tniv n Tiiroo mils of
the Porterville TInnlate Comnanv. at
ii-t fTrit tilloa ivpro mi. T- . . i
t-at Erca piles ere up- McKeesport. were in operation today.
lossca aaout "he ieam- Manager Lauck has issued an ultima-
i-.orM .ler says that mas-1 tun. declarlntr the union will not be
-,rhin nt m.k n in utt"lr'"s umuu wiii iiui ue
M , 1C,? h ! ??co? yze0T, lhe scale signed; and
mated Association asserts that the
strike will be fought to the bitter end.
, , . .. ii. ""-i-
ui mi olluvh u uura, ..u .uc ft!..-
ter have armed sentries on duty on
the road leading to the works, but no
conflict has occurred, although trou-
ble is fearecL i
NEW ROUTES WILL SAVE
MANY HUNDRED MILES.
Cut-Off Between Montana
and the '
rs ft TLI.I.,.C.ii.n t-li-itre
Between Kansas City and Mexico formed to reievo the gathering sup
City. 1 puratlon of the pleura. From this
time on bis condition hati constantly
San Francisco, July 20. The $11,- developed alarming symptoms.
000,000 paid Harriman by Senator V. The one colossal tower of strength
A. Clark for the southern end of the wnjcn iia6 not been shaken to the
Oregon Short Line, Is to be used by last bj. the slowly gathering torcos of
him to extend that line in Oregon nlg disease, la the mind ot the pope,
and Idaho. It is said he has arranged jn alj njB illness ills mind has been
to open an entirely new country in eU)KularIy clear and strong. He has
Central Oregon. The proposed exten- dictated messages of good cheer to
sion In Idaho will be in the nature of tlg people in all parts of the civilized
a cut-off and will shorten the distance , worid, and has enjoyed the newspa
between Montana towns and San 1)er reports of his own Illness, with a
Francisco and Portland via the Har- Kt.en appreciation,
rlman lines over 200 miles. It wir 1 0orant of Volponl's Death,
cut tn two the distance between Butte Hlg trugtad vaiet, Volponl, clerk of
and Boise City. A tunnel two miles tne congi8toryf died on Thursday,
long through the mountains near sal-1 Ju 9 and tne BWrtllng news was
mon Sity In Idaho, will hare to be conveyed to the pope. He died
constructed. ignorant of Volponl's death, altuougb
i he inquired of him and was told he
GRAINMARKETS. j j- ,11, wWJ
QU0Ut.0n. Furnied ,y jOJ C J ft-J tary
Ion Company C. R. Coekley, Loeai concave of cardinals whico
Manager, 120 Court Street. meetg tomorrow to elect a successor
Chicago, July 20.-The wheat mar-
is snorter crop vu. -;"- ,
gra6S,hUvP "2m Xat and iood lpL who After to
2?herr oa had "U mUe tureintd been quieted, he prophesied that
JS?"tJw?r . full cent. Bigest his death would occur on Tnurlay(
crop of oau tiU year we have had
for four year..
i Sept . .
Sv,o m.'rtet'.gan IeJI .IS?
,r Hales w w"
r"m." .r to u. ner
Call nemfy loaning i -
,,r mr iiu-rnal rarrer
JOB nil"". " ,.,!,.-., non
"loto the ground and 1 r moIaM - four or fm
End of the Earthly Career of the Grandest Old Man ot Mod
ern Catholicism Came in Peace and Honor.
One of the Oldest of the Pontiffs He Leaves an Admirable Record for
Probity, Nobility and Ability B lographlcal Sketch Noting the Prln.
cipal Events of a Long and Beautiful Life,
The first scene In the last act opened yesterday afternoon, when
all hope was abandoned upon the most palpable evidence that dis
solution was near. Hurried preparations were at once made for the
observance of the last rites. At 2:15 a. m. his holiness was seized
with a violent fit of hiccoughing, which was followed by a coll
apse. A little later a slight rally followed, but death came at 4:10
Rome, July 20, 4:10 a. m. Leo XIII, morrow to begin balloting on a sue
' none nf Rome is dead. The end has cessor to the none. Cardinal Oreglln,
been hourlv exneeted for tne nast 10
days. The splendid vitality of the
ageu ponim assisted uy me mosi ,
.i 1 . . t , ft
flickering flame of life In his veins for
days beyond the dreams or his physi- Biographical,
clans. When the last illness attack-! j e(l XM, ,,opo of Uom0i was boru
ed him on June 30, his weakened con- at (jarpineto, Italy, on Mnrch 2, 1810.
dltiou caused the gravest fears to bo Hlg falj. nanl0 wrig vincenzo Gloae
entertained for his recovery. chin0 .; el, and ho was tho son of an
, "l". " , "L"l I
l ne cardinals were immeuia.ei
noiii eu ox me situation nuu uegan a
c.tf, anrm,vfni innmm- tn the
ca Pra .crs for the recovery of
allcan- 1'raors tor mo recover ui
th vcneraue man were gaid in all
the catholic churches in Christendom.
.utFd b the atteU(,in(- physicians,
, anPoni and Marzonl.
Fo' tw da'! a'ter. the attack' h's!eonvinVlng writer from
condition remained tue same, pracu- j
ca)Vi on the 8th It was announceu
that - there was no possible hope. The
operation to relieve tho pleura, was
weaUenng in tue extreme, and his
.,Uysical strength was fast ebbing
On the loth, the pope surprised me
world by arising from his bed and
walking about in his room. But this
evidence of recuperation did not re
assure his physicians, who knew too
well that the temporary vitality could
not lasl- 111 11,0 Iacc ol u,s ,,raBcu
Mind Remained Unshaken.
On Friday morning he was worse
rui Mnnriav the none had relapses
into semi-consciousness and In ono of
these comatose periods, iinatlnea that
saw a figure in nts room approacu
"T. . 7..m ,..ul loudlr to Lap-
Cardinals Meet Tomorrow.
The college of cardinals meets to-
MURDER AND LYNCHING IN WYOMING
Cody Wy July 20. James Oor-
t,oay, ., 1,-n.w '
man, the murderer of his brother,
Tom Gorman, and Walter, the mur-
iiaror nf Mrs. Hoover, were Jynched
j fc., hv a mo!, yesterday at Ja-
,nn Both victim wre buried in the
-...I .eo Z.
luTve was being held for trial.
The lynching party congregated ot
an Italian. Is the favorite, for the
place. Cardinal Gibbons is a possible
cum- mu uixi
rF thn llnl.,.. nnrillnrllo fnrl.lil flirt
flection of an Italian.
naiau louut, l.udovico Pcccl.
He entered tho Jesuit college nt
Vitcebo, at the age of 14, and after n
short period of deep study there, ho
went to Home, tho fountain head of
ail ecclesiastical learning at that
Ho was a good student, a ready
, scholar, a strong debater, and a most
At the ago of 27 he was mado a
domestic prelate by I'opo Gregory
XVI, and at 28 was ordained a priest.
He served as apostolic delegate at
nenevento. Sperugia nnd Spoleto,
was made archbishop of Dlameetl In
1M3. waH created a cardinal by Plus
IX in 185a, and in 1877 wns made
Cardinal Carinellngo or chamberlain
io the pope, a position of highest au
ihorlty and confidence. This position
he occupied at the time of tne death
of Pius IX, In 1878.
Alter the death of Pius, lie was the
temporal head of tho Catholic church
during the Interim between the death
of Pius nnd his own election to suc
On the third ballot In the cardinal's
conclave, following the death of Plus,
the Bubject of this sketch was elected
pope and assumed the nnmo of Leo
The first Leo was'tilectud In 4C1,
A. D., and served until 408, A. 1).
Leo XIII Is tho 2G7th pope to occupy
the pontifical chair and has wltnessod
greatei Miogress In the history of tho
Catholic' cnurch, than any other oc
cupant of that seat. Tho first pope
of Rome, Petrus, waH chosen in 41,
A. D., and held ofllee 27 years.
I-eo XIII has been the most Intel
lei tual of nil that long line of pon
tiffs. He has written and spoken on
more subjects vital to the civilization
of the world, than any other of the
varied characters that have graced
Roosevelt Sends Condolence.
Washington, July 20. The follow
ing messugo was sent to Cardinal
KaiuiKjIla at Home by President
Roosevelt's order nt 1:16 this after
noon: "The president desires mo to ox
press his profound souse of loss which
the Christian world sustains In the
death of his holiness.
"By his lofty character, gieat
learning and comprehensive charity,
he adorned Ills exalted station and
made his rolgn one or the most Illus
trious, as It lias been one of the long
est In the history of the CaUiolic
church. (Signed) John Huy, Secre
tary of stato."
Cody and came to Jason In bu- h fo ce
that the guard ovor Gorman and Wal-
Gorjuan was captured by Charles
smith and Hal Sweeney on upper
Shell creek, in the Ulg Horn moun
He was worn out anu unarm
Ml .ind UMtUe HO rWHUIII'O.
i.. . .unn ih ill, tlnrn. iren-
rll a an impossible feat,
and had covered CO miles
roughest mountain country.
TWO CHILDREN DROWNED.
Another Sad Accident at Dewlston,
Near Where Talklngton Boys Were
I.owston, July 20. Saturday morn
ing John Orlesol nml Joseph llusa
' men. aged 12 anil 14 years, were
drowned in tho Clearwater near Its
Junction with the Suako. Tho child
ren had started to a shingle, mill in
the lower end of town to look for
light work of some kind and nad evi
dently gone In tho water for a bath.
The older boy, Joo Piussmen, made
iv heroic elTort to save Ills compan
ion, when ho saw that ho was drown
ing, and both were lost.
Tho bodies were recovered soon
after the accident. Tho two llttlo
sons of Professor Talklngton lost
their lives In tho sntuo vicinity.
OLD SOLDIERS PREFERRED,
Attention Called to Order of Presl
Washington, duly 20.---Acting Com
missioner Williams, of tho Internal
lvvonuo bureau, by direction of Sec
retary Shaw, has Issued a letter to
collectors of Internal revenue, calling
attention to President Roosevelt's or
der of January 17, 1!02, providing
tbnt preference shall Ihi given nilko
In appointments and retention In thu
public service to honorably discharg
ed soldiers of tho Civil War, Collec
tors are Instiucted carefully to ob
serve this order In making assign
ments to the work of gauging ami
recommending assignments to tho
work of storekeeper and storokropor
gauger. RIOTERS ARE INDICTED.
Grand Jury Acts Vigorously, Mostly
Kvnnsvllle, Ind.. July 20.- Klglity
eight persons, charged with taking
part in the recent riot nnd tho nttuck
upon tho soldiers, huvo been Indicted
by t he grand Jury. Moro than half ie
those Indicted nro negroes.
linker City, July 20. Two high
waymen Jumped up In tho dark last
night and attempted to hold up Hob
lluttncr's hack on Its wny to tho rail
way station. Tho driver whipped up
the horses and tho lono passenger
reached tho train in safety.
UfJ LIMITED P FOR GOOD
BEEN MADE SU
PREME IN MANDANAO.
Philippine Government May Adopt
Plan nf General Miles in Spite of
its Rejection by Roosevelt and
Root Students to De Educated In
Wnshiiigton, July 20. ticnorul
Wood, by net of tho Philippine com
missioners, copy ot which was re
ceived at the war department today,
has boon nlven almost supremo autll-
miiv over the Island of Mindanao and
has bi-on miidii both military and civil : Ically respond to tho varying do
governor, Is empowered lo appoint all mauds or rummerce. Permanent In
subordinates In the civil branch and creases would bu dniiKerous. permn
mnv mm il in- illsmlsa anv illstricl ueut contraction ruinous; but tho
The Philippine government Is sell
ously consldeiiug the adoption of one
of (lonernl Mllos' plans, In splto or
its rejection by both Uoosovelt and
A bill has been drawn which gives
the superintendent of the oilucntlouul
department authority to hold compet
itive examinations to secure 100 stu
dents to be sent to the United States
to be educated at the expense ot the i
HAY STACKS DURNHD.
Lightning Causes Considerable Loss
to John Armstrong.
During the electrical storm that
passed over tho city last night the
lightning struck a couple of haystacks
in the nelu bylowjlng to John Arm
strong and situated about half u mllu
from the city. The hay was scatter
ed all over tho field, and the sucks
were Ignited uud burned. The Jisy
had Just boen stackod and was cut
from 45 acres of graund and was val
ued at 8400. There was no iiiuurnn e
on the properly and H will be a total
The report that It was the work or,
,boes Is not subatantltrted, and Is1
not likely, for several people watch
ing tho storm saw the lightning stilko
in the immediate vicinity and the
names spring up at once from the
M'sh Doveye We rlrls are Just
v .Id alnil Victor Pretty. Mrs. lllii
Vow, I himi.ly can't enduro
i l.fin I like uiron r stei n-ln'owed mon
j of in.W.abl, rarm.
for?" "They are so easy to manage."
Eastern and Western Interests
Are Expected to Clash Noxt
PRESIDENT IS COMMITTED
TO AN ELASTIC CURRENCY.
Secretary Shaw Elaborates a Scheme
to Expand the Volume of Money 25
Per Cent of the Banks' Capital, the
Same to Draw Five Per Cent Inter
estProblem for Next Session of
WiiHhlngloii, July 20.--Since tho
semi -olllclal uttoraiico from Oyster
liny niado It practically cortnln that
llmiuclal legislation Is to be under
taken at the extra session ot con
gress, coincident with conclusive ac
tion on tho Cuban treaty, thoro lias
been ronouuil speculation as to tho
exact character of legislation favored
by President Uoosovelt. It Is expect-
ed that tho president will submit to
congress enily In November a forco
ftil mcHHUgo pointing out tho necessi
ty for additional cuneiicy legislation,
but thus far nobody lias been nblo to
'definitely declare tho nature of tho
scheme the president him In mind.
1 Ailvoeatim of tho Aldileli bill are
claiming that tho president will bnck
i their net measure, while the advo
cates of elestlc currency assert with
equal force that ho Is with them, and
point lo tils llnniicliil speech nt Qulu
cy, 111., Inst April In which ho said;
Opinion of President.
"Our currency laws rocontly havo
heeii Improved by specific declara
tions intended lo Hociiro permanency
or valuer. Hut this iIoch not Imply
that those laws may nut ho still fur
ther Improved and HtieiiBthonod. It
Is well nigh universally admitted
that our currency system Is wanting
In elasticity; (hat Is, the volume does
not respond to the varying needn of
the country ns a whole, nor to tho
aryiug needs ot different localities.
Our people scarcely need to bo re
minded Hint grain raising rommtiul
tlox require a larger vulnino of cur
rency at linrvost time than during the
tuitiiiiutr months. The same principle
applies to every Industry, to every
community. Our ctinuncy laws neod
such modification as will liisuru the
purity of every dollar coined or Issu
ed by the government, anil such ex
pansion and contraction of our i-ur-
rencv as will promptly ami automat
needed elasticity must he brought
about by provisions which will per
mit both contraction nml expansion
ns the varying mwls ot the several
communities and business Interests
Shaw's Elastic Scheme.
II Is currently rumored that dei ro
tary Shaw Is now conmiltliig with
financial expeits in an effort u draft
a bill to authorhui the Issuance of
"additional currency" by national
banks up to 26 pur cent ot the amount
of tbolr capital. On this the govern
ment would place a or, nay, C
per cent per annum. He aue or this
tax banks would only all for the ad
ditional currency In time of gioatest
stringency; that l, IiiIcm-hi on loans
would have to be hli'lier than 5 per
cent to induce a bunk to no to the ex
pense of IksuIhk additional urroncy.
The Instant interest int. x dropped bo
low S per cent, this cmroucy would
Kast and West Disagree.
The i urroncy fight promises to b
pioiiu'ted, for Hie two classes of
llnaiid refoitiier in congress repre
si nt two Ideas. Tho WeJtorn men
. ...... , -....I. I .r.. mrnw
"""iny w...i .
'; rwt ,'T Z". ' '"i. I" I
d w I nn settlements nro to be made
by Western inenliantrt with Must-rn
iiianuractiirei'M nnd dealers. Tho
ICastem men. It in claimed, are more
concerned In CKtuhlUhlng the value
or other classes of senurltles than
government bonds, and furnishing the
bals fur a p rmiwient Increase of
mony whli Ii un be m.ed In tho gn at
prumoilon Hcliemod of Wall Htront
ThiH dlvorsliy or opinion In ropiiuU
on ranks cannot bo compromised on
a moment's notice.