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Eastern Oregon Weather
I Tonight and Sunday, showers
J ami thunderstorms; cooler.
PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OTtEGON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1903.
J 5C A WHCA.I
A Hundred Thousand Men In Action
llaillo, Sept. 7. The annual Ger
man maneuvers began south of here
this morning. 100,000 participating.
Including 100 squadrons of cavalry
and 100 battalions of artillery, the
knlsor umpiring. He used alternate
ly a motor and a horse, while a cap
tive balloon fixed near him, reported
movements. The troops suffered
greatly from heat.
PREPARING FOR MANEUVERS.
m Ought to Insure At-
nf Fimru Man ln-
i-j thn inniicrru
nmnl rDD A CDC
nn Receives Message Assur-
R..ni.l.(lnn That Mr.
Will Be Present at Baker
.1 . -T. . .1 ..-
TURNED STATE'S EVIDENCE.
wlnn, secretary oi vrf
.1 icarinf.MMtl tlf.C
irned trura an extended visit
Eastern uregun, aim jn-is ui
,t- .1111... .,,.1, 1 ii i,i-l.-
which convene nt Bnl;Jl ,-" t." " iiiiuiif in me recent
Tm..iliv I lux-v num. luiuru mutes evidence to-
. . i . t . r iiav.
Troops From Fort Riley Will Operate
Over 120 Square Miles.
Junction City, Sept. 7. Work will
be started by the quartermaster's
department tomorrow, laying the
water mains for the camp to he
used during the coming military ma
neuvers. The operations of the
troops will extend over 120 square
miles of territory. All the equip
ment arrangements have been made
LABOR DM APPROPRIATELY
CELEBRATED IN PENDLETON
Not Another City in the Northwest Can Prepare as Fine Floats
rnd Program in Proportion to Its Size.
The Labor Unions Were Out In Full Force, City Was Decorated, Music
Was Splendid and the Weather, With the Exception of Being Slightly
Too Cool, Was Perfect Day Will Be Long Remembered.
Labor day was celebrated in the remarks of the men who had been
city today as It has never been be- chosen by the committees to enter.
fore, and the day was as great a sue- tain and Instruct them. Mr. Tram-
t iu uib way oi a ceieorauon as pleasure, mo president of the Fcde
has ever been seen In this part of the rated Trades Council, presided at the
state. The city was crowded with , meeting and the first sni.nl.-or nn thn
Leaders In the Illinois Race Riots j people from the surrounding parts of program was Steven A, Lowell, of
i-ace ine rrosecuuon. j e vuunuj, uuu an oi me aeiaus oi mis cny. ho was greeted with great
Danville. 111.. Sept. 7. Richard ! ,he t'a' ns nrralged by the commit- applause, and spoke in part as fol-
Roberts, one of the men on trial . . m C""'S were carrieu oui to me iuws
.in ..it r iii-ut-veu win result 111 inp ronr pt mi
Martin secretary of the .""' -'""""'. iiicmuing airs.
i A,v.mtlr.n u-hn tiessie uouge. wliom Roberts averred
rcss them on the formation j ealle,1' "linn the mob to lynch the
ti--i.i r. snenn.
. . . t n. .. l. !
ii u nn uibaiiuru ..uii'ii, tut.
of 'he West nt Kansas
F.i7.nifin ill lhik fniiiiiiitiiv.
address will be cine of the
will explain the insiue (le-
thls glpantlc organization.
i o uu.utl.uva W .IIU o I . r. ,y-
other numbers now assur-1
ne meeting Mr Gwlnn an
in Eastern Oregon." by J.
of Joseph Or
. - i
the range districts," by I
"-J-"sr ui Vrtl , .11 1 in. i
A. 11 smulcrman. of Pilot '
all the sheepmen of the
some from Idano. who are
in the vital Issue of buy-
salt, securing cheaper
P. nnrt 'nn 1 1 inlan .nn.A
n ino anrirciue ttr .ir .n
uvniu v,uiuuuuy in wnicu
Mr Martin assuring him
RTmiPm rmllri ilnnn.,,1 ........
at me meeting, and this
a good attendance. New
the association win be
II H P .Pi. In.
A Splendid Parade.
He gave testimony which it is I The parade formed In the morning
. ,t ,1 ... ,i r . 1 I i .... . .n . . . . .
Huoriiy auer in o ciock anu niarcnetl
over the route that had been provid
ed. Taken In all, It was the longest
and the best that has been seen in
the city for a long time, and in it
were represented ail of tne Industries
' of the city, and most of the mercan
The marvelous trlumnhs. mntorlnl.
social and moral, which aureole the
civilization of our ago spring not
from palaces of wealth or seats of
ppjfreV-but from the humble homes
of average humanity; from the ranks
It Is a matchless record, and fitting
Is it. Indeed, that the states of this
republic Itself the resultant herit
age of the centuries' struggle for
equality of privilege should set
JI1UII1- I leu UJ liauco auart on annual .lav fur rplnunopl
e proml- L. McGinnis, the marshal of the day, '.and nronhprv , t ,ii .,
gone to and he was followed by the Ninth balances; a day to don the nurnlc
emnlres , Cavalry band of 24 pieces. Following: i,ri f Ll J ,rp.
Chasing Lost Opportunities.
Madrid, Sept. 7. A commission of
merchants representing the
bers of commerce of all th
nent Spanish cities, has
South America to visit the
oi mai comment ami endeavor to ex- "--""e me speaKers- carriages, m set faces toward Hip hlch mnrk r
tend Spanish trade. , which were William Horan. of Port: , a justice common to nl
) 4 n sMiimpn a v it tnl clty i The balance wheel of our revolu-
Mor. Tronhi. in Mpmrrn A. D. Stillman and waiter Pierce, tlnnnrv imrimi cni,nn ...
Paris. Sept. 7.-A dispatch' from ! ,?f.,eD": ?,D.l.Ed..Ebe.' ,.r PWt of the" antl-slavery crusade.
Morocco today says , the French con-, 11 U"" i.V-- ' ' "L Garrison, "d with cunning hand
. Am. nubc- ana acuve brain at the printers
ments. The speakers' carriage was case - 1
fh' a K f ll0!10l;,BeIect;1 They whose pure philanthropy has
ed from the various organizations of , become tho later model of ostonta
the city, and comprising 12 men. , ,ious wealth, peabody and Child, laid
The Painters' and Decorators' the foundations of their fortunes in
r.rn,i nf Tlmnn .... I ...,,n.n, 1 1 " ..av " ...,, uuu uuu vuiupuiduij ir.uiiuuiy ui IIU.UI1V
at 700 000 bushels by local farmers ! 20 men out ln unifo- After them while pursuing the humble duties or
ami mm ! Last year's crop i.8?-" of the5001 s , hZs f aIJ. Jn mafts '
u.Muvici uuiiiii, n.iu u ..a-juu luctucrtl utuimim d luiiicui. rnuriiciers ; 110
with several head of blooded bucks wnose name is forever linked with
I from the Pilot Rock ranch of Charles tie ultimate regeneration of Africa,
Cunningham. Following this came David Livingstone, and he whose
voy which was recently attacked by
the natives at Elmangus, Morocco,
lost 37 killed and 42 wounded.
Union County Grain Crop.
La Grande. Sept. 7. The wheat
amounted to 1,000,000 bushels.
Sorters j poetry Is attuned to the pulEo-bcat
.Famine in Persia.
Odessa, Sept. 7. Advices or bread , the members of the Wool
riots at Korassen and elsewhere .n ; and Graders' Union with 29 men in ! of human hope, Robert Burns, never
Persia continue. The people were , ine. The Uartenders' Union was . saw other than years of toll.
reueted ny tne Russian consul. ' next ln the line with 29 men. 1 Eads. the star of modern englner-
The carpenters lioat was one of
BAER REFUSES HIS EVIDENCE i r!'SSS r?
PROBLEM OF WHAT WILL
FN riDC ni- a -r
' HUltU me tWdl
C r uwn Rhnuant,
1- - " .
oept 7 Thp ovor-iiltio
tirtf it Imnn..)!.!. ...I.. .
o iW).wuaiulf .YIIH 111B
in American Fire Engine
lmmps and a stee hull.
to make the hull of wood
the improved pumps. Lo-
i" nave practically a
Although Die residence
s is not taken Into con
' ivuuiriiiE' ino
ork tO h
II h 1 . .
-T" " lireierreii iv
It U'Aa 4,...- . . ...
leci nmi i. "... . .
ti c.. .
; ' . ". v.0 "'"N' o min-
.. uiuu (inn Ihm
anil tir. i " ""a
T w mOnf-V frnm
awi-r No rue has n
After the Cun
Sept 7 Waimi. .... ...
d thVt i loua' mphat-
. iui uracmw iiimtn.
uu'u bo the
a blonwr nf a
Up to the Administration to Say
Whether the Coal Trust Shall Be
Boss Government Officials Are
Washington. Sent. 7. If President
Roosevelt takes the stand that lsex-, Parfl, the Peoples Warehouse,
lowing the float came the Carpenters"
i Union with 24 men.
j The Federated Trades Council was
I the next ln line with 09 men, and
, after them came the Retail Clerks'
Union with 28 men ln line.
The blacksmiths' float was the next
attraction. In It were the members
of the craft, at work aB In their shops.
After them marched the Pendleton
band, and this was in turn followed
by the floats of Lee Teutsch, Shields'
uader. the Boston Store, four wag
ons painted by Wilson & Carnine, R.
Alexander, Baker & Folsom, the Mod
ern School of Commerce, the Ross Ico
& Cold Storage Company, and the
pected, the courts will soon determ
Ine whether tho bureau of corpora'
Hons in the now department of com
merce Is to amount to anything. The
Reading, Pennsylvania. Lehigh Val
ley and other large coal companies i Tallman Drug Company
ln the East practically have refused I "What We Labor For"
to furnish the census office with sta-l Q f , , 'd t h.
tlstlcs called for concerning tho op-1 , " "f .f. " nnradn waa the
oTTpVniVrTi tm,?h:i i load " imrtlldren. in
nL,U? rJLTJ.0 e of Drayman M. B. Keys, rep-
I",;', , .iiV., i resenting the objects of the workinu-
been consulted as to the advisability . ,. u ,., ,.,,
of prosecuting President Baer and
oilier officers of leading anthracite
man s care and toll. AH the other
features of Labor Day dwarf Into in
significance when compared to this
thought, that tho sole aim of wages.
T. 1 w i e. no lfl nflA
mo mw OI JOo piuviuea a f,uvv unon8 jauor and ceaBeleSS efforts to-
ri'llZri better conditions! are the fan.-
for any officer or corporation falling
to furnish statistics demanded by the
government. The government seeks
Information regarding operating ex-
nenses, cost of production of coal,
freight charges of affiliated roads pay
of miners, their number, the gross
and net earnings and the profits of
the companies, ln the event of radf
Hies dependent upon those who toll.
This merry load of urchins repre
sented the workingmen'a hope and
object in life, and nothing in the en
tire program of the day appealed as
deeply to the thinking citizen, as this
little group dressed in gala attire,
carrying flags and adding to the
cheerfulness of tho occasion, with
n!, 1C,tlon nelnK tale" 1aealn,1 Da5 their laughter and smiles. It is for
and his colleagues or the coal com
nanlcs, the best legal talent in the
United States will be employed to at
tack the constitutionality or tho law
of 1898. The validity of the law has
been questioned more than onco since
Us passage, but only In an informal
Conservative government officers
here view the situation with great
concern and admit frankly tho legal
ity of provisions of the census act
and the efficacy of the act creating
the trust smashing bureau of the de
partment of commerw and labor win
bo finally decided, if tho matter overj
reaches an Issue in the courts.
tho children that wage schedules are
made. It Is for them that strikes are
Instituted to bring about better con
ditions, and it Is for them unions are
maintained to strengthen the worlt
Ingman's position In the industrial
world. This load of laughing child
ren was the very soul of I-abor Day.
Program at the Courthouse.
The procession marched and coun
termarched, and ended Its progress
at tho courthouse, where, In the
room of tho circuit court the ad
dresses of tho day were heard. Tho
large room was packed to the doors
wjth people gathered to listen to the
lng, Stevenson, who gave us the lo
comotive, Howe, whoso genius marks
that boon of women, the sewing ma
chine, Bessemer, the father of this
age of steel, and Edison, who has
electrified it, aro proud products or
care encompassed toll.
Tho master mind or the old world
today, the silent minister or the czar,
who Is infusing the sentiment of In
dependence Into the mysterious citi
zenship of Russia, and who semes to
sway the destinies of two continents
Surgiua Dewltt, Is a German eml
grant whose earlier years belonged
to poverty, and whose young man
hood was spent in the ranks of work
The list is limitless, and at your
feet today. In recognition, should lie
inn nomago of Christendom.
This occasion honors not only la
bor, but the principle of unity, the
associating logemer lor mutual pro
tection, that spirit which underlies
nations, and which has Inspired
man from the dawn of his intelll
The record of trades-unionism Is
not long; perhaps two centuries, and
during much of that tlmo Its In flu
enee has been exerted In tho face of
strenuous opposition, but it has coin
pelted In England the extension of thu
franchise to tho common people, so
cured factory regulation and tho ribo
litlon of commodity payment, whilo
In America we owe to It tho national
homestead act, the alien labor law,
and the government eight-hour day,
Under Its beneflclent Influence many
of tho states have abolished sweat
shops and child-labor, regulated ten
emcnt houses, fixed definite pay
days, limited hours of work, and In
stituted public Inspection of rood and
places or employment.
That Is a magnificent record or hu
manitarlan effort, and ought to com
mend your movement to the consul
erate approval of all as a concrete
exemplification of the Golden Rulo
and the new commandment of tho
Master. "Thou shall love thy neigh
bor as thyself."
Unfortunately, the public has meas
ured union labor by a false standard,
for the adoption of which the unions
themselves are largely to blame.
There has been too persistently push
ed to the front the appeal for Higher
wages and shorter hours, both of
which are but means to higher ends,
to-wlt: self-improvement and the up
litt of tho race.
While the attainment of a universal
eight-hour day and maximum wages
are desirable, and will surely bo ulti
mately reached. It must be remem
bered thnt tho great mnjorlty of tho
people belong In thu ranks of neither
capital nor labor, as those terms are
generally used, and It Is only by the
sympathy and support or thts In do
pendent class that the purposes or
unionism can triumph, These men,
who aro all directly or Indirectly nf
focted by economic changes, aro na
turally your friends, and must be
made to understand thnt your creed
Is not hostile to their Interests, that
wages and time are but Incidents,
and that the unions Inculcated disci
pline, unity, sobriety, thrift, honesty,
Industry, education, as the tenets ln
fact or their faith, and that It is for
the fuller exercise of these virtues
that greater leisure and higher wages
are sought. Insist upon fair hours
and just wage, hut, by your conduct,
compel thu world to measure your
movement by Its loftier purposes nnd
Its exalted achievements.
Synopsis of Mr. Horan's Address.
Following tho remnrks or Mr. i.mv
ell, tho presiding officer Introduced
William Horan, of Portland, who
proved to be n speaker of great pow
er and force. He said In part:
"I want to make clear to the peo
ple of tho city who aro gathered here
the moaning of tho Inscription on tho
banner that was carried nt the head
of tho procession today. 'Labor Is tho
Creator of Wealth." This Is n fact,
for there Is no other way to get
wealth. Labor Is the foundation of
wealth, and land is the toundatlon or
labor. When tho world was made the
land was put here, nnd from It nil
the development of tho ages has
sprung. To tho land tho people be
long, and to the people the land
should bo given,
"1 believe in radicalism. I am a
man who has been so radlcnl that i
could not get a Job In any or the
shops or Portland, nnd I do not wish
to have tho protection or tho govern
ment In a greater measuro than I can
"What 1 want Is nil the llixMty Hint
I can got, nnd tho way to got It Is
to help nil men to have liberty. I
am a man or no raco prejudice, anil
one or tho row who do not 'hate n
nigger. I have no prejuu.ee against
the black man, or the brown man, or
tho red man, nnd am one whom you
"Man docs not want to 13 Idle.
The universe has no use ror iiu'lillo
man. There Is nothing Important In
the universe but a live thing; the
dead nro cast out. Tho average mnn
Vice-Consul Mogelssen Was
Shot at Four Men Arrested
for the Deed."
GUNBOAT MACHIAS IS
AT PORT SAID, EGYPT.
Arrival of the American Squadron at
Beirut at Once Inspired Foreigners
and Christians There With a Sense
of Security Insurrection "Stamp
ed Out In Monnstlr District.
(Concluded on page 8.)
SUDDEN DEATH OF JNO. OURRLE
DEMISE SUPPOSED TO BE
RESULT HEART DISEASE.
Had Resided In This County Twenty
Years Leaves Some Property, But
No Known Relatives Was German
London, Sept. 7. Dispatches from
Conslnntlnopln thix morning to Rout
er's agency, assert that Information
has been received nt Constantinople
thnt thu revolt in the Mnnnstlr region
has effectually been stamped out.
Advices From Admiral Cotton,
Washington, Sept. 7. Tho navy de
partment this morning received the
following fro inAdmlrnl Cotton, dated
Beirut, September I. Ho says:
".Miigeissen was shot nt, hut unin
jured. Tho Turkish officials Inform
ed tho consul lour men had boon ar
rested on suspicion or being tho as
sailants. "I cabled Friday to tho American
minister at Constantinople reporting
tho nrrlvnl or the squadron. Ho re
plied ho had nothing to communi
on to. Tho arrival of thu squadron
has strengthened tho Amerlcnn rep
resentatives' position to a pronounc
ed recognition of thuni. Tho Amor
Icnn consul nnd vice-consul accom
panied mo In my cull on thn Turkish
government nnd Turkish gonornl
hero, and were present at their call
on the Brooklyn. Tho Turkish offic
ials arc very cordial. A Turkish ad
miral Is hero. Following tho Turkish
warships rnmo one small gunboat
and one armored cruiser. Tho usual
courtesies wero exchanged,
"llnvo conferied with our consul
freely. Will have a conforonco with
other prominent American citizens
Sunday and Monday. Shall request a
full Htatcmcnl lu writing or tho sit
uation nt Beirut.
"Tho prosonco or the American
squadron Inspires with ronfldencu
nnd security all foreigners nnd
Machlas at Port 8ald.
Washington, gent. 7 A ruhlogram
to tho nnvy department this morning
announced tho arrival of tho Mnrhl
as at Port Said,
PRESIDENT AT 8YRACU8E.
John Burble, nn aged German win.
lias been a resident of the city for
the last 20 years, died last night ut
the llenn lodging house suddenly
for some tlmo ho had been unde
tho care of Dr. Smith, of this city, and
was nffllcled with heart dlscnm. und
cancer of tho Btomach. Last night
Ho was on the street mid was taken
111 there, and removed to his lodgings
at tno itenn house. There ho reviv
ed somewhat, and later wont Into Hie
water closet. As lie did not como
out for somo tlmo, tho proprietor of
ine iiousu went to Investigate and
found him dead, Tho coroner was
notified, hut urtor viewing tho re
mains and hearing the testimony or
.note who nan been with the mini. It
was decided that an inquest was un
necessary, und tho body was remov
ed to the morgue, where It now Is.
Burble was a carpenter hy trade.
and had boon In tho city for the last
:o years, Ho had a farm near Vin
cent and Is supposed to have some
money in tlio bank.
Ah far as known, ho has no rela
tives In this country. Somo years
ago hu was divorced from his wife,
who ran away with unothor man pri
or to tho commencement of the suit.
Thu deceased was born In Wiirlnm-
berg, November 18, 1842. Ho wob a
member of tho Sons of Herman, and
Is supposed to bo a Mason, hut this
latter Is not known at this time.
Tho funeral will be held tomorrow
at 2 o'clock In tho afternoon from tho
undertaking parlors of Baker & Fol
som, and will bo conducted under
the auspices or the Sons of Herman
and the Lutheran church, of which
he was a member.
Three men last Saturday lost their
lives in a well at Neshunnock, I'a.,
from black damp.
Addresses an Immense Number of
People at State Fair,
Syrnciiko, N. Y., Sept. 7. The pros
cuco of President Roosevelt, tho
opening of tho Now Yorlt fair und
tho celebration or Labor Day com
bined today to druw lo Syracuse una
or thu largest crowds In tho history
of tho city Tho rullrnnd olllcluls
estimate that no loss than 75,000 vis
itois hud an I veil In tho city before
o'clock this afternoon, I ho hour at
which tho president delivered tho
opening address ut thu state fair.
President Roouovelt eumo to Syra
cuse from his homo ut Oyster Bay
in tho prlvuto car of President Trues
dale, of tho lickuwnunn road. At
tho station ho was met by the slato
fair commission and u cIUzuiih' re
ception committee Former Senator
I-rank Hlseock acted ut host to tho
president and luncheon was f.erved
at thu HlHcock residence. Shortly
before noon tho chief executive woh
taken to tho slate fair grounds hy
special train. Ills address wiih de
livered from a spuclully constructed
stand In the athletic Held In the
presence of more than 100,000 pooiiln.
Tho president spoku at considerable
length, his address being In u meas
uro Intended us u preliminary key.
note to the coining rnmimlirn. In ,
the course of his remarks ho deliver- m
ed forceful ultcroncuu regarding the
foielgn policy or the government and
repented tho vlows he Iihh previous
ly expressed on tho subject of trusts
and several other public Issueti.
Returning to the city lule In tho
afternoon thn president reviewed tho
parade of the National Assoc ut on of
Letter Cuirlors. which has boon In
session hero during tho past week.
Loo Slug, a Chlnnman of Helena.
Mont,. Is under arrest for assaulting
h white child, and there Is strong
alk of lynching.