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PENDLETON, TOATILI.A COUNTY, QUEGOX, M( DlTmM nKK il 1003."
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Kill Be Examined as
Sanity Because o
i Resistance ana Knce
-It Is Believed That
t I r.. Ua.
time cememcu ui "--
Lildeuble Excitement at
I, NOV. r."Ju " "
I man, trleu to gain ac-
tresencc or president
h's morning, his motive
unknown. Ho put tip
md for admittance.
1 riven considerable re
Ins tumod over to tho
tamed bim away to tho
I be tried for his sanity.
lions and tho way he car-
I believed that ho has bc-
led over religion. His
Face Trial Today in
I, B. C. Nov. 23. Tho
W. Machen, Samuol
B. Oroff and George E.
Lorenz, which was
in the district criml-
is expected to de-
of tho bitterest legal
criminal annals of tho
first caw) growing o'tt
fcperlntcndent of tree
oflt .through tho pur-
at fasteners made by
eers ior attaching mall
; bas documentary ovi-
i that Machem received
prenies in Ohio, a per-
uio money paid tho
Fteents have been re-
lilachem alone, and the
Iprepared to make ovory
p on mis nrst trial,
I mai an acau ttal or n
lid bavo a bad effect
After American Cup.
Glasgow, Nov. 23. The Herald
oday states mat a syndicate ot
Clyde yachtsmen will challenge
."or tho America's cup in 1905.
Tho syndicate's plans are for
hree yachts dratted by Watson
1fc, of Myline. They will be
raced agalnsi each other next
ummcr and tho best will be tue
INSURGENTS L08E 300
None of the Americans Were Killed
Commanded' by General Woods
Moros Have Taken Position Which
They Think Impregnable Further
Battles Are Expected.
Washington, Nov. 23. The war de
partment has received - cablr from
the Philippines confirming the news
of tho battle between Genoril Woik-k
ana tho Moros. in which tho latter
lost 300 men. None of t'io Amet.eana
jnruior movements are eon tern
plated and further battles are exuect
inc aioros nave WKoii tin a nan
tion which they cons'dei- is Iniprtg.
The department says that the indi
catlous are that there will bo no dif
ficulty in handling tho uprising.
STREET Ctrl STRIKERS
pur ik iii
They Completely Demolish One Car by a Storm of Missiles.
Cut Wires by Wholesale.
FOREST FIRES RAGING.
Great Timber Belt of Texas Beina
Destroyed by Sweeping Flames.
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 23. Lie forest
fires of southeastern Texas in the
pine lands is growing worse. Tlv
flames have crossed the Sabine river
and in several places the damages
FORFEITS HIS LIFE.
Gatmarl Is Electrocuted for Murder
of Mrs. Pletro.
Osslng, N. Y Kov. 23. Carmine
Gatmati was electrocuted nt 6 o'clock
tills morning. Ho murdered Mrs. Jo
sephine Pietro n year ago.
mblers Hold Victim
23. Hen Ho'Mday. a
P' was arrested thin
roimcn Kelly nnd
PjUnE J. A. McGratn
I'JS to McGruth HollI-
in the pool room
f" ami orrered to steer
R0O t llnir At
' nave ,f5 to play on
GREAT DAMAGE BY FIRE.
Twenty Thousand Acres of Cattle
Land Are Destroyed.
Topeku, Nov. 23. Pire, started by
sparks from a locomotive, destroyed
20,000 acres of cattle range in the
Wnllacu county, and 100 tons of bay.
Chicago. Nov. 2.1. The
the State street cable linos was under
taken this mornintr fnr th.. ni
since the str . becan. N'm-..m'w i
More police have hen rlf.tnt.. nt hn
barns, although the force on tho cars
Is not Increased.
One Car Demolished.
One State street car was htmmri
at Fortieth street by obstructions and
waH immediately surrounded by a tur
bulent crowd. Despite the heavy po
lice guard, the car wn llir.rn1K- rM.i
i . ' . . . " ' "
uiuu oy a storm of missiles.
Tho police rhargod repeatedly wltli
clubs, but were unable to disperse the
crowd until they fired n vnllei- t..m
revolvers In thP air. Obsti notions are
along the line. The crowds are larg
er than has been for a week. Fre
quent nrrests occur.
The Archer avenue trolley wires
are cut In a dozen places this morn
ing. The tracks are obstructed. The
guy wires were also cut until the
trolley wires in many places sagged
to the middle of the street. A live
trolley wire leti dangling caused tho
instant death or a horse and the drl
er had a narrow escape.
Chicago, Nov. 23. Counsel for both
.sides i ; .. str..vi rwiluny ,.-;.,
were in conference this morning nnd
will submit their views to the mayor
The al is report? to u running
low at the ear barns.
More Labor Troubles.
Chicago, Nov. 23. Two non-union
employes of the American Hide A
Leather Company, goiug to work this
morning wero pursued by the strikers
who have been watch. ng events since
the strike was declared three weekH
The men turned bay in a subway
and fired revolvers Into tho crowd.
Michael Galllghan and Anthony S.
Zymanskl were wounded. The nun
unionists made good their escape.
.Herlln, Nov. 23. Princess Auce,
wife of Prlnco of Schoenbcrg, tho
oungest daughter of Don Carlos
jf Bourbon, eloped from u.r home
Vlth her own coachman a fort'
night ago. The news became
known today. Tho police arc In
ot pnrsuit, but so far unsuccess
ful. Tho princess Is 22 years old.
TO HISS SHERIDAN
WINTER FEEDING CONDITIONS
EXCELLENT IN BAKER AND ONION
One of Pendleton's Most Popular
Young Women Laid to Rest This
Afternoon High School Is Dis
missed and Senior Class Bore a
Profuse and Beautiful Floral Offer'
ing Services at the Cnurch of the
Redeemer, of Which She Was a
J. 11. Clwlnn. secretary ot the State Hav. mixed, nml in vi-i i
Woolgrowers' Association, has return-! worth $s per ton over th-i now,' and
ed from a trip through llaker and timothy in the stack Is worth $10 per
Union counties. While the tour was , ton. u Is a sure thing that boy and
primarily to look after professional j forage prices, will keep strong all
matters, Mr. Gwlim availed hluiseu through thu' comintr winter, n th.
of overy opjrartunlty to look over the demand from the mining ramps and
general stock situation, not confining other non-hay producing districts
uis observation ana inquiries to the will remain strong all winter
"'S. l"l"St:?;- .-.., , . Thousands of Sheep Being Fed.
rhere are many thous-ands ot shep
Death came to the relief of .Mies
l.onore Sheridan last Saturday even
ing at S o'clocx, following tho opera
tion for, appendicitis about twenty
eight hours, Tho funeral was held at
the Church of tno Redeemer nt 2
o'clock this afternoon, and was at
tended by a largo concourso of peo
ple. Tho deceased was so universally
ueloveii and respected that a great nf the mm .irm...M ..n....it... -..
number sought nn opportunity to pay I ,s nJaco on Cuban relations, inter-
New Oregon- Senator Placed
at Head of Canadian Rela
IS SIGNAL VICTORY
FOR THE STATE
Senator Mitchell Retains His Place
as Chairman of Coast Defenses
Oregon Senators Receive Important
Positions on Many Committee.
All the Appointments Meet With
the Approval of tho Oregon Delega
tion. Washington. Nov. 23. The snoeial
Journal correspondent nt Washington
says: Tho Itepubllcnu committee as
signments wore mado In the senvto
Senator Kulton Is given the chair-
innnBtilp of tho new committee on
Canadian relations and a nlaco on tho
clnlniB, flshurlcs, Irrigation and pub
lic lands, rovlslon of laws and Indus
trial oxpoBltlons committee,
Mitchell retains the clinlrmanshiii
Tho present prospects fur winter
rango throughout llaker nnd Union
counties are now excellent, whereas
a short timo ago It was very dubious.
Deing mil led in that country, and
the thinner animals bolnc soil off
owing to the unprecedented!- 'earlv ""R M,' ro 'T,1" 8f,,no
and lieavv fall of snow. ThlK n,.v. I wkB aK- 11 ' certain that there
has passed off. leavini: the ranee ' V'.V uul UV nougn tat snecp to r-,mi
green, nnd never beioro at this iin
of the year has the range in that :e-!
t illy tupply the local demand b'-
gion been finer than It Is now. Should I i-mrc numheis or llanioy counly
the weathei stay open, which Is the "d John Bay county cattli ate beini;
present prosiiect, n becond crop ot ulo"gni into tinner ami Union eoun
rtngo grass Is due before long, whore-! t''s aml nn(I shipped to other
tueir last respects, Tho services wero
conducted uy Hev. Potwlno, aceoid
ing to tue Rplscopal ritual.
Flowers from High School.
The city high school was dismissed
to gle all Its Btudents an opportunity
to attend tho funeral, nnd tho senior
class of the high school bore the flor
al offerings, which were profuso and
ucatitlrul. Tho pall bearers wero
William Keller, Sol. Baum, Mark
Moorehnuse, Den, Burroughs, Fred W.
Lampkln and Earl Borle. Tho Inter
ment was mado In Olnoy cemetery.
Miss Shenuan, with her mother,
ru. Mary A, Sheridan, and her sis
ters, Maude and Gertrude, came to
Pendleton s.x years ago from Hose
buig where she was born. For two
years past she was a communicant at
tho nltnr of the Church of the Itt
deemer and one of Its most valued
members. She wus 19 years of nge
nt tin- time of her death.
oceanic canals, Judiciary, Pacific Isl
ands and Porto Illco, postoinco and
uddltluiiHl trcommodutlons for tho II
b:ury of conr.ns.
The appo'mnant of Senator Fulton
lo tho ImiKirtant tosltlon of chairman
of tho Cani.d. mi relations committee
Ik a signal victory for Oregon, .
this is ono of the most Important
committees In tho list, under the con
ditions now existing; between this,
country and Canada,
His other assignments nil meet
with tho hearty approval of tho delegation,
ANOTHER FIRM FAILS.
ON TRIAL FOR LIFE.
1 later. .Mc-rtmn,
11 and said he had
t,7 le had the
" Jy.TO it. McGrath
no baay the second
' foil of bills out of
"is nana and ran
fe.n anl wns re-
Jt( Marshal Charg-
fcutlon of uuued
ill to '"J reniovod
iAt.i a worn.
hnHe now t0 what
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fie P...L.. .
I l&hffri n.
' lni Nome.
M The Dn kw...
rr 4Bj! i B
-mTT WnK Is.nnri
LrT, In case
Eight Mutineers Are Accused of Kill
ing Guard Waldrup.
Topeka, Nov. 23. Eight niutlneeis
were "placed on trial this morning on
tho charge of killing Guard Wuldrup.
Famous Detective Dead.
Paris, Nov. 23. Louis Baraud. -.ie
world famous detectivo nt tho bend ol
tho Paris socret service, Is dead.
All-Pendleton Team Will Meet Strong
Team ' from Walla Walla Athletic
Club, Next Thursday.
Tho Thanksgiving football game.
In this city, between the All-Pendle-
ton teani and a team from the Walla
Walla Athletic club promises to bo
tho' most Interesting game played in
eastern Oregon this year.
Tho All-Pendleton team has been
practicing for tho past month and,
while this will be the first public
gaino played by the team, the boys
have the greatest confidence In their
ability to wain, awny with the honors.
Those comprising the Walla Walla
team and places assigned aro as fol
lows: Smalls, c; Patterson, r. g.:
McCool, r, t,; Grey. r. c,; Howard, 1.
g.; Kstes, 1. t,; Coleman. I. c; Crock
er, a: Winnans, r. h.; Snyder, 1. h.;
Fix. full. Substitute. Bowman; man
ager of the team. O. B. Frank.
Tho averace weight of tho Walla
Walla team is 150 pounds, and tlioyj
aro In the best of condition tor me
Whllo tho places havo not all been
aBsIgnqd to the All-Penuteton team
yot,. tho following players will com
pose the line-up: Lewis, Cooley, Hes
sian, Jeff Stephons, Omar Stephens,
Clyde Finch Berkeley Hailoy, Ralph
Coon, Mark Moorhouso. Charlie
Scb.rultt, -Orvillo Coffman, Sol Baum,
Lowls Cat-gill, Tom Miiarkey ana ti
A largo crowd of "rooters" is ex
pocted down from Walla Walla on
that occasion and tho game promised
to bo tho event of the season from
tlie football standpoint.
at the stockmen are greatly rejoice 1.
Crops Better Than Reported.
The various forage crops ven
much better in the two counties men
tioned man lias been generally sup
posed In this neighborhood, althoug'i
It was by no means a heavy crop.
But only in individual cases was the
crop a failure. But those cases -wore
Just as liable to V.- the ou-iwim if
considerable flocks of sheep ana
herds of cattle, and the result was
a mure or less pani.-ky leolluu among
the men affected by the local short
ages. Ono immediate result wad fiat
many of these parties threw then
flocks and herds on tiio market,
which at onco depressed the market
very mucii, but only tomporar ly. una
the present market Is stronger t!ia;i
it has been for months pas', ptU a
prospect of It being still strougi
Many ' thousand heud of snooji and
cattle were sold to the Uast-'-n mar
kits nnd went clen rout of llic'' coun
try This of course made for-v an l
other feed relatively more plentiful
nistrjets lor full feeding. Many of
them havo been brought Into Uma
tilla county, and more are coming.
Mr. Gwinn Is more than pleased at
tho evidences that In Baker and Un
ion counties .great pains are being
taken and have been, In fact, lor sev-
Contracts for Immense Amount
The war department has Just ap
piovcd contracts for an immense
amount of forage for the department
of the Columbia.
The four points nt which the sup
plies nre to be delivered are Forts
Walla Walla, Boise. Flagler and Van
era! years, to Improve the stock ofiro,lvcr Tn" supplies consist largely
sheen, cattlo and horses hv tlm ml. I "f hn' -ind oats nnd tho prices, ns
mixture of expenshe and hlzh bred g'vm helot, may be taken ns'icpro-
strains of uiiIhuiIk. 1 scntntlve vnlues of mes lomiuodl-
I t.ttu In flu if lfT.trt.t. liir-nllM.ti .
In both 'comities live stock of all
kinds is in good condition as regards
both flesh and health, and overy pros
pect is seen for both being unimpair
ed through tho coming winter.
For Independent Company.
Mr. Gwinn has received a consign
ment of blanks nnd Information nec
essary in taking subscriptions to tbe
independent Packing Company. Th-j
subject is just at that stage where
tho one thing essential is to take
hold ol it and work It up. Tho stock
raisers uH over the eastern an cen
tral part of tho state are friendly to
the p.-oject, and Mr Gwinn bellovon
The stock which were sold, l.ui which' it I po-islblc lor hiibscrintioim m he
did not leave the country, 'iad passed taker all over there regions to tho In
Into the hands of men who had lied oependeni Packing Company scheme
enough to cairy tho mov. r. nnd tin in the full proportion of Oregon's
two factors havo combined to hull the capital invested in the live stock hu-
market neavy. so me era or low iness. Iowa will tako a full million
prices for livestock in tiiat region s dollars subscription, and Texm from
over for this year at least. , Iwo to two and a hulf million dollaiN.
"WICK" WALKER SUDDENLY DISAPPEARS
ollowlng contracts havo been award
Robert H. Johnson, SOO.000 iiounds of
oats at $1.25 per hundred; 100,000
pounds of oats at $1.37; l,00u,u
pounds of hay at 87 cents, l,3, ,joo
pounds of hay at 0.1 cents, for Fot
Seward & McDanlcl, 100.000
pounds of hay at SO cents per Ii un
it red; 3i. .,000 pounds of hay at iiu
cents; 3OO.00U pounds of straw at 31
rents; 80. ,000 pounds of straw at 32
cents; 400,000 pounds of oats at J1.1S;
732,000 (Miunds of oats at $1.21, for
Istael Katz, 5,000 pounds of bran at
$1.15 per hundred, for Fort Casey,
Wash.; It ,000 pounds of bran at $1.15
per i.undrcu for Fort Flagler,
John leiup, 4,000 (Hiuuds of bran
at $1.40 per hundred; 102,000 pounns
of oats at $l.a0; 155,000 pound of
hay at 40 cents, .or BoUu Barracks
Well Established Corporation of Lon
don Suspends Payment Today.
London, Nov, 23. Tho old estab
lished firm of tho John Brown com
pany suspended pnyment today.
NO THANKSGIVING UNION.
Services Will Be Held at Four of the
Thero will bo no union Thnnksglv
Ing services n Pendleton this year,
nnd there will not lm services on that
day nt all the churches. On account
or Mr. Dlven being !u poor health, no
services will be nttempted at the Pres-
i i-yterlun church.
1 Mr lliookH being still nt Klgln.
where he is conducting n very suc
cessful revival, there will nlso bo lit)
services n the Christian church ou
ThuiiksKlvlng. Tho snmu Is true of St.
Joseph's academy, where tho day will
not lie observed, but It Is because of
the absence from school of so
many pupils who ru going homo for
There will be no services at tho
Baptist church on account of tho no
seine of Hoy. King from tho city, and
his successor not having arrived. Tn
public observances or Thanksgiving In
this city will bo as follows;
At the M. K. church on Thompson
street, at. 11 n. in, At tho Conirr.
gatlonul church at 11 a. in. At tho
M. K. church, South, at 11 a. m. At
e Episcopal church. At thu Churcn
of thu Redeemer at 10:30 a. in,, uml
ut the Pendleton academy at th
Catholic church, niiiss at 8 a. in.
LI6T OF CANDIDATES.
FOUNDRY 18 RU8HED.
New Road at Yoakum.
County Surveyor Kimbroll will to
morrow make a survey for a proposed
permanent road near .Yoakum, which
was lately petitioned .for.
John Cardwell, for three torms city
marshal of Burns. Hnrnoy county,
committed suicide at that place, Sat
urday, in health had mado him despondent.
"Wick" Wulker, a well-to-do farm
er living on Birch creek, about (tight
miles west of town, is missing, and
fears are entertained that he has
committed suicide by what means
novone has any definite notion, al
though tho general surmise is that he
may have drowned nimsotr.
A goneral alarm was turned in here
lu the city this morning, although- a
few knew of the disappearance last
evening, and a number of iieoplo bnvo
gone out to Birch creek to search for
the man and for traces mat may
prove a key to his whereabouts, All
that Is known at this time on tho sub
ject is as follows:
About 10 o'clock yesterday morning
Mr. Walker took a bucket of slop and
left the house wherein lie and his
family rosido and started ostensibly
for tho pig pen. soma distance away.
As he did not return after some time,
search was mado for mm by the
family, but they could find no cluo
whatever to his whereabouts, and
then gave tho alarm. Tho bucket of
slon for tho pigs was found In the
fnth leading from the house to tho
pli, pen, Us contents being exactly as
me wero when Mr, Walker left the
Some distance away Is Birch creek,
which is bank lull from the recent
rains, but up to this time it is not
even known in town whether any
tracks leading to the creek havo been
founds nor Is anything else known
that would bo an Indication as to tho
direction ho took upon deserting the
pnm wnich tea from the house tu the
Mr. Walker's business standing ' is
excellent, und ho has money on de
posit at me Havings Bank. Hie has
not checked out of it lately, nnd tho
report late Saturday night that he at
tempted to get cash on a presum
ably false check on tho Savings Bank
appears to be entirely false.
Mr. Walker has lived in this vicin
ity for a good many years and his so
cial standing Is good, as well as his
business relations. He Is 38 or 40
years of age, and, as mentioned be
fore, has a family, with whom until
yesterday no resided at their homo
on Birch creek.
All Iron Work for the Bowman Build
ing Will Be Turned Out by Rlaby
Tho Rlgby-Clove foundry force is
now busy turning out a new land
grader for H. N. Newport, of Kcbo,
and as soon as this is out of tho way
worit will commenco on ton structur
al Iron work for tun Bowman build
ing. AH the Iron thresholds, pillars, win
dow drops and other appliances to be
used lu tills building will be cast at
tho foundry. Three Immense iron pil
lars are being cast today for the
front of tlm Golden itulo botel.whJcIf
is undergoing extensive repalrglj
R. M. GWINN 'DYING.
J. H, Gwinn Learns His Father Is In
J. H. Gwln , ha . Just received ad
Vices from hlx lather, H. M. Gwinn,
who resides at Portervlllo, California,
to tho effect tha tho old genueman
Is in a very Itical condition, and J.
H. may eturt tot California tonight.
His brotte. U B, Uwlnn of Bolso
City, was latclv lr California, and nl
so brings ad vi s to the same effect
about their father Mr. Gwinn, Sr.,
is over 70 years of ago.
Those Who Must Be Voted for at the
Coming City Election.
The following fitndfdatog have filed
their petitions with the city roeonUir
and aro tho only ones that can be
voted for at tho city election to be
held on December 7:
For MayorW, V. Matlock. .
City Treasurer Charles Hamilton
and (I if. Bobbins.
Councilman First Ward J. M. Fer-
guson, W. H. Wells, W, P. Tom
pie and Charles N. Drownflold.
Councilman Hei-oud Ward K, J.
Councllmen Fourth Ward T. F.
I' wtfcl, K J Se.e!l. T !. Swear-
Wuter Commissioner W. 11. Joiip.
C. fj. Roosevelt.
New Land Grader,
H, G. Newport of Echo, has invent
ed a now land grader, for ubo In lev
eling up land for Irrigating purposes,
which Is somothlng novo! and now In
this Udo, Tho grader consists of a
frame containing our largo - omen
tal blades, set to cut dlfferept depths,
and will bo drawn by six to eight
horses. Ono of tho graders is now
being built by tho Rlgby-Ciovo imin
dry and will be ready for use In a
short time, when Mr. Nowport will
make use of it in tho Echo district.
If it proves as serviceable as ho ex
pects, more of them will bo manufactured.