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PENDLETON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, A PHIL 2(5, 1904
NO. 50 2.
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t ,sM ixMtKS&SK1 showers. Warmer tonight
'''HB HI MBBHBMBBIIHHHfl n .Cooler Wednesday I
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Rf Mil I RARF
Dig imuu iiiiwl.
h Water Sweeps Away
- j n l r
Hill uam uii"
rd of the City.
AGE WILL REACH
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS.
LICENSE IS REVOKED.
Veterinarian J. J. Murry Barred for
Conduct Unbecoming the Profes
sion. Dr. John Christie, one of the state
board of veterinary examiners and
the secoretary of the board, states
that the license of J. J. Murry. the
man In the county jail accused of
having been implicated in the trou
ble with the Roby and Glthens girl
at Athena not long ago, will be re
voed by the board.
At the meeting of the board held
Jn Portland a short time ago Murry
appeared and asked lor a license,
stating that he wished to practice
near Eugene. He had a diploma
from the American College of Veter
inarians, and the license was grant
ed. Now, however, It will be taken
Came Down Old nuui mui ior conuuci not ue-
coming n niemDcr 01 tne proiession.
. . i . r.1 a TL..t.nal4 tff
rie Lioni nam
,ces and Flowed In Basement of
nkel Implement Houses Large
rce of Men ai worK juu reei
Riprapping Washed Away.
WOULD MURDER THE PREMIER.
adlcton had a miniature flood
evening which might have been
. n rlii nlnrm tinon cnttTlH-
ram the electric power station
prompt measures taken to check
out 4 o clock the engineers at
pocr station discovered water
ng around the station house and
rapidly A hasty investigation
tu UliU U IUI? MIUUII1 UI WUIUI
coming down the old tail race
was rapidly backing up over the
so that it was hut a question of
.1 I .1 1 1 1 . V. i,
U UC 11WIUVU UUU lilt; lUUUlllUCi V
(l have to be shut down. The
to see what 'could be done to
Second Attempt on the Life of Span
ish Prime Minister in Two Weeks.
Madrid, April 26. A second at
tempt on the life of Premier Maura
was made today, while he was trav
eling from Barcelona to Madrid.
Maura was fired upon but the bul
let failed to find lodgement. In Bar
celona, a fortnight ago. Maura was
stabbed by a young anarchist.
Bombarding Nlu Chwang.
London, April 26. The Tien Tsin
carrespondent to Reuters', wires of
the Japanese bombardment of the
forts of Nlu Chwang on Monday
Alexleff is Recalled.
uernn, April 26. Die Post an
nounces an imperial decree signed by
the czar this morning, officially re
calling Alexleff from the East.
The Colon a Total Loss.
Acajulta. Salvador, April 26. The
steamer Colon, from San Trancisco
for Panama, which struck the rocks
hero two weeks am. will bn n tntnl
ena or int livers' mill rnrn nee iin,- i.nw .... ,n
ui me Daan was last melting
A man was sent to the head
and the water was turned off.
was done to the race and a
Mississippi on a Rampage.
St. Louis, April 26. The Mlsslss-
I ippl has reached 31 feet. It now
i threatens East St. IouIh and a rpn.
part or the upper end of the etitlon of the blc flood of a vear
" uuuut-u. IfiirS fe inaroil Thmiconria rf n rrra
aier or a week or so aco now flooded.
viic jftwc auu I ocrvian oifikc ai an tna.
lonS uoom or wing dam has now running,
built at the head of the race to i
u rn niirinn v .. i i .
iiin Viir- aintKK III 1UW!
a Part of this was washed
Besides this, th
ol the headgates was uariially
with gravel washed In from
Bjers has had
? ine work had hnn mm.
i inn tt.. ! ...
7- "wi. iu turn i up u'tinni
' uv;fc,U IU llK, i
" the warm day and night i
iue Hiiow in inn mnnn.
M during the nicht niblml
. a'.age or tne previous
-wutu inn race and rnnc.,,1
in run over the banks near
. .1 .
-met eato mt.ltn.l ,.. m...
U"M a result, hv iha .i .v.
13 1 ... . -.
.--luruea on about ann fo
-us naa caved In and the
. ISTf DIPPED
State Veterinarian Determines
to Stamp Out the Mange
QUARANTINED MAY 1
Dr. J. Christie, State Veterinarian,
Finds 1,800 Head of Effected Cat
tle and Horses at Echo Vats and
Corrals for Dipping Will Be Imme
dlately Built Cost of Dipping Will
Be But 30 Cents Per Head Indian
Ponies Scatter the Dread Disease
Deputy State Veterinarian John
Christie Is on the war path and the
cause of the trouble is scab and
mange among the cattle and horses
of the county.
lesterday as he was cruising
around town he found a bunch of
nine mangy Indian cayuses tied back
of the Kunkel Implement house on
Main street. The horses were rub
bing up against everything in sight
and It seemed the microbes were so
thick that they could almost be seen
with the naked eye. Dr. Christie
declared war on the spot and order
ed the horses killed, but they were
sent back to the reservation In
stead. The Indians have been warned
Senate Passes Bill Authorizing
Division Into Two Judicial
PORTLAND TO HAVE GOV
ERNMENT ASSSAY OFFICE.
House Calls on Knox to Know What
Has Been Done in the Merger In.
vestigation Also Passes a Reso
lution Asking the Tardy Attorney
General to Show Whnt He Has
Done In the Coal Trust investlga-
TO SELECT FAIR EXHIBITS. .
Colonel H. E. Dosch Goes to St.
Louis to Supervise Oregon Exhibit
and Select for Portland Exposl.
Colonel II. K. Dosch, who will
have charge of the Oregon exhibit nt
the St. Ixiuls fair, pnHsed through
Pendleton last evening for St. Ixmls.
where ho will begin making selec
tions from the St. Louis exhibit for
the Lewis nnd Clark exposition.
This is tho first actual step to
ward ninklng nny kind of nn exhibit
at the Lewis nnd Clnrk fair. Among
the ninny Interesting exhibits which
Colonel Dosch expects to have nt
Portland is n cotton gin in operation,
A MORMON MOSES
AMERICANS BECOME TURKS.
Yankee Crew of New Turkish Cruis
er Enter the Turkish Navy.
Constantinople, April 26. Four
American olllcers of tho crew navl-
l-ntln. tlir, ttnvv riilcn,- Al,,1i,l XI. , lilt
tlon Military Academy Bill rroln ,no Cramps yards for Turkey!
Passes With Amendments.
INDIANA BANK ALMOST
CLOSED BY UNFOUNDED SCARE
Telephone Girl Heard a Business
Conversation Concerning a Bank,
Which She Misunderstood and the
Rumor She Spread Caused a Run
Over a Million Dollars Rushed
In to Meet Demands Concern Has
Cash Reserve of $2,000,000.
tae HIIU LUC
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-- 'CUIUUS V tho I. .
oat Ik. 1 um not
Spirted rk as faKt
. ran into the t .i.
n n it,- also ran
. ""oeuieni or in,, u-,,n.
M . im Alain Htrnnt
-vu were rt
T A . . - "I lull II If M
ifint " 'uorninir. whlxh
L In .t . i WfCrilOW Wh nh
ftriv r?acl the busi-
- "m gnannel.
n "Ult WflD fllj .
fretd 1 uams who seoWo
:r " Wayne kLv, , ne W08
!bortlr ?Veb-. in 1900. Bn,i
in.. "0e Ufo" ' o
toUrh'm of ,, ...
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lrn,.i., ural pronnnoin....
Vhnr. tt CaTlIin.l .
Indianapolis, April 2C One mil
lion dollars has been shipped today
from Cincinnati to Louisville to the
Indiana Trust Company here, one of
tne oldest and largest Institutions In
Tho run started through a tele
phone girl hearing a business con
versation involving the bank which
she misconstrued and enlarged upon
until tho rumor appeared In the na
ture of the bank'8 Inability to cash
The concern has a rash reserve
OREGON FLYING MACHINg.
Grant Keys, of La Grande, Perfecting
Airship Near Elgin.
La Grande, April 26. Union coun
ty Is to have a competitor In the uy-
ing machine contest which will take
place at tho St. Louis exposition.
For several years Grant Key
has been experimenting along the
lines of aerial navigation and now
firmly believes that he has devlsod
a pla,n whereby a journoy through
the clouds will hereafter be a mat
ter of ease and comfort.
He has ordered his engines and Is
now engaged In erecting a large shed
on Cricket flat near Elgin, where ho
will assemble tho various parts of
Those who aro acquainted with
Mr. Key know him to bo no idle
dreamer and feel confident that be
will bo ablo to demonstrate that
Union county has a man that has
at last solved the problom of aerial
navigation. Mr. Key oxpects to have
that they must take care of thel
diseased Stock between this and the
first of May on penalty of having the
animals killed at fast as found off
The Quarantine at Reservation
On, or shortly after the first of
May, Dr. Christie will put the reser
vation In quarantine and will allow
no stock of any kind to cross the
If his orders are transgressed the
property will be confiscated by the
state and killed. It is the Intention
to take radical measures in order to
stamp out the disease and prevent
its spread. The Indian borses travel
over the country spreading the
mange right and left and it is im
possible to cause the owners to take
care of their property unless some
stringent rules are adopted.
1,800 Head Affected at Echo
Echo and Foster are under the ban
and will have to hold a bathing beo
in a short time to appease the wrath
of the state stock Inspectors. Gov
ernor Chambering -wrote a personal
letter to tho deputy here a short
time ago asking him to make an in
vestigation of the stock In that vl
clnlty as complaint had been made
to him that there was a great deal
of mange and scab among the cattle
and horses of tho vicinity
An examination of the stock was
therefore made last week and It was
found that In tbe vicinity of tho
two towns there were at least 1,0
head of horses and SOO head of cat
tle affected with th-' mange. The
owners of stock in that part of tho
county will bo asked to dip their
holdings in the near futurr ami a de
termined stand will f taken to pre
vent the further spread of the dis
ease and to stamp out that which
exists at this time.
It is nrobablo that a large corral
and dipping tank will be imui nea
Echo In some snot convenient to ui
maiority of tho stork owners who
will be required to unng mi'ir cam"
and horses there for treatment y
tho stock Inspectors It is estlmat
ed that It will cost on an avuragi
nlmiit 30 rents n head to dip, to
which will bo added a proportionate
unrt nf tllfi flist of I tl- corral 811(1
FIRST BRICK FOR 1904.
Washington. April 26. Tho senate
passed the bill dividing Oregon into
two Judicial districts and establish
ing an nssayer's office at Portland.
The military academy appropria
tion was then taken up.
Postpone Labor Legislation.
Washington, April 26. On a vote
of four to three, two absent, the son-
ate committee on labor decided to
postpone further consideration of the
eight-hour bill uni.l December.
Military Academy Bill Passes.
Washington, April 26. The senate
passed the military academy appro
priation bin, after striking out the
u.ltary sites provision.
have signed contracts to Join tho
Popularity of tho Expelled
Utah Congressman Knows
APOSTLE GRANT DODGES
WARRANT BY TAKING TRIP.
Mormon Children Are Not Kept In
After School Hours to Rehearse
Religious Doctrines Moses
Thatcher Out of Harmony With
the Church Because of Bitter Crit
icism of the Republicans Smoot
Inquiry Tediously Proceeding.
Washington. 1). C. April 26. Kef-
Captain lluckinnn was created n erenco being mado to tho popularity
mIS!!rV,lr! Mm1lm1 "ml B,VOn '""" ,,r ,,rKlm.n Roberts among tho Gen
mnml of the Medljl. tiles, jmlge Powers said bo was in-
gardeil as "A Moses going to lead
us out of our troubles."
"MOTHER" JONES IN JAIL.
House Snubs the Senate
Washington, D. C April 26. Tho
river and harbor nnDronrlatlon hill
was called up in the housb and tho
senate amendments were disagreed
to. attempt was made to send
the bill to the conference committee,
which action is intended to rebuke
the senate for loading down the
Washington, April 26. In tho
house, Jenkins, (nep.) of Wiscon
sin, chairman of the committee on
Judiciary, called up the Williams
resolution asking tho attorney-gener
al to report as to whether criminal
proceedings had been Instituted
against the principals in the North
ern Securities merger case and
whether the attorney-general had
ever mude an Investigation of tho
charges pointing to the exlstenco of
the coal trust.
The resolution was not debated.
but was adopted without discussion.
Franchise Law Stands.
Washington, D. C. April 26. Tho
supreme court decided In tho case
brought to test the constitutionality
oi uie Virginia election laws aimed
nt the franchise as a right of ne
groes, (restraining the board of can
vassers from canvasstnc returns).
that proceedings desired to prohibit
had already been brought, and notb-
Ing could bo done. Tho cases were
tnereforo dismissed. The franchise
Brewer is Pro-Chinese,
Washington, I), C, April 26. Jus-
At the Head of Mob of Women and
Children, Attempts to Rescue Ital
Price, Utah, April 26. "Mother"
Jones broke the quarantine this
morning, accompanied by n mob of
women and children, nnd attempted
to break through the lino of guards
to the Italians arrested yesterday.
She was arrested nnd thrown in jail.
She gnvo no reslstnnce, but stated
she wns awnro that tho officers of
tbe law must bo respected.
President Kruger Not III.
Nice. April 26. Humors that for
mer President Kruger Is 111, are de
Australian Leader Appoints Himself.
Powers knew of no lustanco slnco
1S1K), where children had been re
quested to remain after school hours
to take part In religious exercises.
Asked If ho knew any special rea
son why Apostle Grant was absent
from the country nt this time, tho
witness admitted Grant had gone on
his Kuropean mission becniiHo of a
warrant Issued for Grant's appear
ance beforo the committee.
Former Apostle Testifies.
.Moses Thatcher, n former apostle
nnd democratic cnmlidato for sena
tor In 180(1. and who wns declared
out of harmony with tho church,
which declaration Is said to have re
sulted lu bis defeat, was called. Ho
said tho first he learned that his
brother apostles took offense nt his
conduct wns subsequent to n speech
ho mado In May. 18U2, criticising tho
with himself as premier and trcas
Melbourne. Anrll 26. Labor Lend
er Watson has formed a cabinet republicans.
Tlintcher proceeded Into n lengthy
explanation of the Incidents that led
up to his trial In 1K07. for being out
Will Touch the Button. of harmony with the church. Ho had
St. Louis, April 26.-Tho national I""'!1' "V1" WW , ' dtitallliiR why
worlds fair commission met this , " J'" ,u" ,m . ,, u . , .,
morning to make flnnl arrangements 'nltu' '"'J""'"-'1' until later In the
for the nnenlniF ilav. Tlin iinnriil day. i
program ns arranged for Saturday
remains practically unchanged.
I. H. TAFF WANTS $200,000
FOR RIGHT OF WAY.
Says State Board Has Belittled His
Land by Claiming It to Be Worth
less Would Have Sold for Rea
sonable Figure Once, But Will
Now Fight the State to a Finish
Board Hopes to Avoid a Suit.
Tho milieu, April 26. II. Taffo,
Weston Yard Will Turn Out 300,000
First of Next Week.
Clark E. Nelson, owner of tho
Weston brick yards, Is In the city
for a short visit. The tlrst kiln of
brick was started to burning, tho
'first of tho week ond In about 10
days the first 300,000 of this year's
burning will bo ready tor snipmeui.
There aro now In the yards close on
to noo.noo brick, not all of mem
burned, but more ready than can bo
shipped out before the green ones
linvn hi'en through tne nre.
It 1 nossible to handle about 30
000 brick out of tho yard in a day,
and from this It will be seen that
more can bo burned than snipped, bo
that the surplus will grow as the
tlmo passes provided the kilns are
kopt hot during tho entire season.
The prospects for building
throughout the country as shown
from the orders that are coming In
his machine bo complete that bo will at the office of the brick company
not only bo able to race for tho nre brighter thati Uicy have been for
prize, but expects to be able to ny some ttmr wana waua miiiou.
his machine from La Grande to the Athena Hrppwr Pendleton anil
fair grounds. Weston all want brick for work that
Key was formerly an O IX & N is now under way as w 11 as for that
flremau. which Js under consideration ,
tlco Brewer of tho supremo court, K wealthy fish wheel owner, now re
in a minority opinion In tho cases of fuses to sell the state u right of
sate, h, n . Wr "T, for ""' I,ortK" r" less
stated that a Chinaman claiming to tm $"00 000
entined'iffn "L'.M Un,fted81tM TaffoV one of the five Individuals
Ani t L 8mUClj '!rote; lon a,s ,a whoso property the proposed route
.hit pm J h . t'0",BllJ,?r l Ht"n'5" cause Mr. Taffo thinks his property
ilZi ,,"i ; , ., ,,' " "i'-'n belittled and unnecessarily
BXrl .,",nd., l? "!!'"" by tho state board, ho
imi in VT" "7 ".""V "w flKht the stato to a finish.
-1,1.7.. t , f. ,'"'""""" At ono tlmo ho offered to sell ,
China, Tho effect of tho majority rlt of way , u very r((uw.imbl
ie " BUSta,ns th" of 1110 ffin. MU slnco l", thinks the s.nt
1 ' ' Is pursuing unfair methods in so-
f..., ',. --j -.71. x ... curing right of way, ho will make the
-nu ,ufK ax war. boar(1 ny U)0 ,,, va10 Qf ,
Athens, April 26. An affray bo- that will bo ruined for futuro uso
meeu i urKisn gendarmes and hv the mmi.
Greeks Is reported from Smyrna, in I In claims to have spent 20 years
which tho secretary of tho Greek of his llfo in Improving his farm and
consulate was slightly wounded, So- fishing property, and that bo hns
rious complications may onsuo. A caught 200,000 worth of fish thero
uicun nquiiurou I10H sailed tor s nco be heiran n thn huu n.ixu
Smyrna. TIiIh outs a surloim rhueli on tin.
no More uattieship. right of way proceedings, und tho
Washington. April 26. During tho l.oi.nl will mnlin ,.v..rv t.rr,,rt .
..raiuuuuu ,ii Km navai appropri- of Mr. TafTo, without u suit.
atlons bill, Senator Halo, chairman .
of. tho committee on naval affairs of
or l,'at',!n "i? "Bl!l Sheriff T. I). Taylor returned this
Is not advisable to construct any 0. , t nl , t .. w' f, ,
more battlonhir.K R..nntnr n,.rn..... .w0,lt ,aat n,bnt anL.T. V! . ",nl
i,. ti.i i. . nam, who was wanted in this elty an
""i' ,..i uAii-i ivii. u nuum uriuK i .. ... n(ni,,
;nn?,Tv" ".. '""'5..,'" ' moy Rhodes. The horso was
' . i,rirwnnlii miM In W. K. Hnmiv. n
Rovaltv on a fin turn CliU lIrlVCr 0f tn0 00,1 W,iS r0"
Hoyalty on a Splurge. turned to the owner when located.
Kingston, April 26KlnK Kdwanl Illni'littin nn unnn no lm hml nnlrl tlin
uii.1 vueu rtiexunona arrived nero )1()r(i0 loft tho city and has been In
imiiuiiK. I bluing for somo tlmo from ho nil r
ir. Yestenlnv mnrnliiL' Ihn Hhnrlff
London Warehouses Burned. received word that his man was In
lmdon, April 26 Fire this morn- liaker I'lly, and left on tho first
ing did f 500.000 dninago to the train, arresting him last evening Ho
frtlght warehouse of tho London and will bo held for tho noxt torm of tho
Northwestern Hallway at Aldgatu circuit court,
Thatcher Loyal to the Government.
Washington, 1). C, April 26.
Apostlo Thatcher said the pamphlet
published by Calvin In 1896, giving
his theory of tho .Mormon church,
wns a false statement of tho cum;.
In tho pamphlets submitted for rec
ord, the witness was uiiablo to accept
the rule of the church that tho olll-
ccrs of the church should not run
for political ofllco without first har
Ing secured tho consent of tho
church, because It gnvo no Indica
tion as to what olllcers It applied to.
Asked what would ho tho result
if any officer of tho church porslst
ed In running for olllco nnd having
been retimed consuut, ho said It
might result as lu his case, but as
a free American citizen bo would
have ii perfect right to retire from
official church position and If the Is
sue ennui ho snld that every mini who
loves bis country would resign.
Balks at "Endowment House" Secrets
Smoot said he was tuo only Mor
.moil or IiIh ago In IMah who did not
hold some priestly office, anil nt the
same time said ho wan denied the
right to enter the temple. When ha
was an npostlo ho had been In Una
for tho presidency, but now ho was
simply a member of tho church ami
was glad to suy ho was u froo .Mor
Ho niliiiltled that church Infliionca
hud been used ugalnst him as can
didate for the senate, Ho boggod
to bo excused from answering a
question as to tho ceremony of tho
In oxecutlvo session tho commit
tee was authorized to report a reso
lution asking permission to sit In re
cess when congress should tako tho
PROCURER FOUND GUILTY.
Employment Agent of 8pokane Used
United States Mall for Improper
8pokano, April 26. C. V. Sobering,
an employment agent of this city,
who usod tho united States malls to
gond young girls to houses of III-
farno, wns found guilty this morning
and will bo sentenced tomorrow.
This Is tho first conviction in tho
Spoknno Press case against tho em
hix or tueso mramoua ngenclcs
bavo boon closed within tho past two
weeks and nil of them aro to bo
rlod on the sumo charge.
.1. Mellalo, Sbaffor. Ward, ll'unkin
Sporo.r IIoffmolBtor. Olnrko. Hwin.
dell, llnndolln and W. N, Maxwell.
tlu members of tlm Uiitio bnsebnll
jtonm, wero guests nt tho Hot"! St.
ueorgo iaBt evening wiiuo on route
to Spoknno from HutK whoru thoy
will play tho Spokana team a scrlcn