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PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1904.
Mt inn pmrinii
Declares War on the
cpendent Meat Packing
r will resist to
EVERY POSSIBLE LIMIT.
LI Hung Chang Foresaw the Russo
Brussels, Sept. 2. The "Etollo
Belgo'' publishes what Is alleged to
bo tho political will ot the late LI
Hung Chang, addressed by him to
Lung Lu, one of the most Influential
counsellors of the empress downger
It appears from this document that
LI Hung Chang foresaw the present
war botween Russia and Japan, and
advised th.e Chinese government to
join th.e mikado's army In tho event
of the Japanese being victorious, In
frtcaa of remaining neutral and a
nlmplc spectator. It Is consequently
considered likely that tho empress
dowager Intends to follow 1.1 Hung
Chang's ndvlco, and thnt the Chlnose
army placed on tho Manchurian fron
tier, under General Ma's command,
(Ion Man Badly Used by I wl" suoruy who un active pan in
! events in ino lar liasi.
crs In New York Sweeping
Initiation by Donnelly Declar-
Boycott on All Non-union Fj(tn Annua Convention Will Meet
BURNED BY THE HUSSfflNS
Russians Throw Away Great Quantities of Valuable Stores,
and Burn Manchurian Villages.
DOCTORS ELECT OFFICERS.
Manchurlans Have Begun to Retaliate By Brigandage Japanese Have
Reorganized Their Lines and Now Present a Solid Front to the Flee
ing Enemy Japanese Have Accomplished an Effective Blockade of
Port Arthur, But Are Repulsed in Assaults on Forts Russians In
Full Retreat to the Northward.
Products as Well as Produc-
London, Sept. 2. The Japanese le-
. ... ! irntlnn rnnnlvpfl n rHenntpVi frnm Tn.
Public Has a Chance to Retal-1 I'orunnu, sept, a. After electing j " , " , ' "
, lomcors and transacting otner mist-; "io mis 'u'ul"Si s's , rupun
for Packing Companies' Extor-1 IK!gg thnt waa chiefly routine In its of Field Marshal Oyama on yestcr-
nnture, the fourth nnnual convention I ,iay's fight.
'of the Oregon State Medical Associa- j '. ,.i i,. ... ,
It Ion closed last night at 7 o'clock. Tlle enem5 belng unabIc ,0 reslst
i Ti.n m.ir,iinn ...in nxni in (i.i,. -.ii,- our fierce attack, becan retirlnc Sen-
f, . . . .1 . , . .1 ' "o"t year. ' tcmber 1 toward Llao Yang. Our left
ilnnts by tho .extension of the , r.J fnllnwW fflwra wnr w,.' , ...,, ,.,7 ,
ia' strike to their establish- .,; " 5 VT-7i t," :"."u i""B"uu
ilin inilnnendcnt nncl.-prn nre """'hc "". tlie enemy, wno in great eoniusion
i' derate trying to retire to the right
:: ... vt nn irRUint w h. Hvrri sn ntn 1 i. mnUn
Prtftlnrtil Hi It I vlnn ninclf1ntit T VT I . i. t.. x
au.h..m, wv-c i-ivomvuk, xv. . i cannon wmcn are ueing useu on me
......nl.l.mi. IXf T-T Tl...,l Cn1nM '- . .. ...
he firms which expect to lead JS"Z ' , ' V w 'V' w u, .' 1 Li. ,
& Co., Roberts & Oaks
morning wagons loaded' with Hnmllt011' Portland, secretary; Jessie Boitba road to Lla Yonag railway
S taTlmnl McGavIn, Portland, treasurer; II. W. Btatlon. Our right flank attacked the
2 and the housing of stdke ' Coe' Port,ttn'. nn(1 C- CoEfe'. Port- en.emy at Hel Ylng Tai, 15 miles
4 11 1 W f kUIIIIDllllllO,
is cxppcted to follow. The
tuatiou Is quiet today .
ill Boycott All Meats.
Iv tliiJ afternoon Issued n '
tion to the public: "The I
c board representing nil the I
lions involved in the prcsont
ins taken action today to I
I mea' oa tho unfair lisc. The
oes into effect Sat'ir.lay,
The order will bo sent to
ijui.Ing ousc in tho country
SECOND DAY OF M.
northeast of Liao Yang.
"Our casualties since August 29
have been 10,000 killed and wounded."
CO F ERE C
Closing Up Their Lines.
i Toklo, Sept. 2. General Nodsu,
I commanding the center of the Japan-
L ese army, telegraphed this morning
j lu was continuing the advance with
I the object o"f taking a line from
i Sliiuchi Ynn to Liao Yang, effecting
a rejunction with the Japanese left.
hn mber jf amalSKn.i:e.l meat CHURCH'S AFHAiRS ARE
butchers and workmen's GENERALLY PROSPERING I Russians' Dlsastrou- Fliaht
vl bo allowed to dress any,. ' i Russians Disastrous Flignt.
until the strike is settled." Toklo, Sept. 2 The Japanese fol-
in -n !!, ni.t.i.t amnnnn iuw.bu up tne rftreai oi Jvuro natKin
... bile . I U Id W(OM.Wh.W.UU.UUtl,
churinns aro now joining the brigand
Chunchus, nnd will seek revenge on
Llao Yang Burning.
Toklo, Sept. 2. It is reported the
city of Liao Yang Is in flames, an
action probably taken by tho Rus
sians to prevent tho Japanese secur
ing the stores left behind.
Heavy Russian Losses.
Mukden, Sept. 2. The Russian
losses nbout Llao Yang since Tues
day, are estimated at 10,000 killed
Russians Falling Back,
ROOT MAY CONSIDER.
Strong Pressure Being Brought to
Bear to Have Ex-Secretary Run for
Now York, Sept. 2. Tho guberna
torial problem seems as far from Its
solution as it was a month ago. N6
body seems to worry particularly over
the question who the democratic can
didate will be, but tho question whom
the republicans will nominate for tho
governorship, seems to trouble the
minds of tho politicians n great deal,
Kx-Secretary Root, who would un
doubtedly bo tho strongest candidate,
does not want the nomination and has
expressed himself In most unequivo
cal terms. For a whiio tho Root
boom was In a state of collapse
and a great deal was said and writ
ten about "dark horso," which Gover
nor Odell was supposed to hnvo ready.
Quite recently, however, tho tnlk
about Root's possible candidacy has
been resumed nnd It is not believed
Impossible, that tho ex-secretnry may
change his mind nnd accept the nom
ination, for tho sake of saving tho
It is generally bolloved thnt tho
most powerful pressure Is being exert
ed to induco Mr. Root to reconsider
his determination not to nccopt tho
nomination,, oven if the convention
should select him against his clearly
Princess Louise In Rome.
Rome, Sept. 2. Princess Louise ot
Coburg, who eloped several days ago
from Elster. Saxony, with Licutcnnnt
Count Kemolvltch Mattish, has orrlv
ed at Rnmo accompanied by tho count.
The couple are staying at tho Hotel
rlinus under the name of Von Hubs
and wife. The Princess looks lu ex
cellent health. Sho says she will
Construct Three Now
School Buildings in Pen
BIDS OPENED TODAY IN
PRESENCE OF SCHOOL BOARD'
His Figures Were Lowest of Five
Submitted to the Directors Will
Build Them of Spokane Pressed
Brick for $45,7-12 If Weston Stock
Is Used Will Make His Contract
$2000 Lower Work to Commenco
St. Petersburg, Sept. 2.-A tele-! '"'"T1'!! "T0 rcBXM,B,Wo for 1,CT
gram from Kuropatkln reports that
firing, did not cease throughout the
day yesterday. The Russians, ho
says, are falling back.
"The Russian casualties of tho past
few days have been 5000 killed nnd
wounded. Yesterday's fight was prin
cipally carried on by artillery."
Russians Throwing Away Rifles.
Toklo, Sept. . Tho Japances so-
cured 21,700 rifles about Liao Yang, I
which the Russians threW away dur-1 ORIGIN OF DISASTER
was apeni uunng me rear tor ( use(, tho Uusslan Bllns loft at Llao correspondent of the Central News,
Churches and Parsonages Conse- Yang. The Russinn retreat across i wlros that an official niossnirn from
cration of a Deaconeos by Bishop the Taitse river was effected with
SDellmevcr Acaulttal of Rev. sreat contusion, owing to tne japniv
Evans Fifteen More Ministers
Neded In the Republic District.
Is- i he li'Milt of a requejt that
pu rtfuse to eat any meat,
pirson. no matter in what
employed in hnndlins mtnt, !
1st , to quit at the hour state.1 j
railed a strike breaker.
fnrlicrs havo resorted to ex-
(s n result of th.e strike, buy
lock on the hoof for almost
but charge almost any price The Dalles, Sept. 2. The annual
dressed product. Tho public conference of the M. E. church open
he given an opportunity to ed hero yesterday morning under In
by refusing to cat meat un-j spiring conditions. About 100 minis
time as It can procur.o the ters were present. The conference
fair market prices. 1 embraces all or Eastern Washington,
onnelly Id Confident. most of Eastern Oregon and tho pan-
111 close every Independent h' "ttBlinllmlw ,.
' from Llao Yang and secured and
Japanese Repulsed In Attacks.
London, Sept. 2. The Tien Tsin
Kleelnrod Donnolly today, after
ronce of the executive board
trlkcrs. "Wo intend to bring
to a crisis as soon as possl-
stopping consumption Qf
ernl conference last May, is presiding
nt the sessions. Dr. C. E. Gilison,
presiding elder of the Wnlla Walla
district, made his report. Among
other Items of interest he reported
kers to terms.
building churches and parsonages.
Dr. Henry Brown, presiding elder
of Spokane district, closed his term
of six years In n report repleto with
facts that indicated great progress
In material and spiritual things.
At 3:30 Dr. H. I. Rasmus, pastor of
tlie First M. E. church of Spokane,
delivered an address on "D.eaconness'
Work-." It was ono of the most bril
liant efforts of a man who takes
hlili rnnlf nmrinir Mm nnlnlteers of tha
iln the Records of San Fran- Northwest. At the close Dishop Spell-
Cisco's 400. meyer consecrated Miss 'Hannah
ranclsco, Sept. 2. Alexander Northfiold of Spokane, to the work
(in-Unlon Man Assailed.
(fork, Sept. 2. Edward Armes,
lion butchor, was assaulted
Btrlkors today, severely
with a butcher knife and
Tho assonants .escaped.
ese gun fire from the river.
Rome, Sept. 2. A Toklo dispatch
states that Kuropatkln has ordered
nil the villages about Llao Yang burn
ed. Four villages have already been
destroyed, renderirg several thous
and Manchurlans homeless. Man-
Port Arthur stated that the Japanese
attacks of the past few days had boeu
repulsed -ith heavy loss. There has
b.een a lull in Uio firing since yes
terday. A strong column of Japanese is re
ported moving south from Llao TIsli
am for tho purpose of effecting a
strict blockade, and 11 Japaneso
warships are outside the harbor at
CHANGE OF VENUE.
and Urbana, 111,
i accompanied by the receiving party.
The commandorios arriving today
Alleged Land Swindler Will Be Tried were from Texas, Now Haven, Conn.,
in Washington. Cincinnati, Sprlngieid, O., Dayton, O.,
San Francisco, Sept. 2. The United
States district court today ordered
F, A. Hyde and H. P. Dimond, accus-1
ed of conspiring to defraud the gov- Elevator Fell Eight Stories In Chlca
eminent out of tracts of land in Cal- ao nuidinn
If 1 . .. i . H ..... 1. J '
Ington for trial. The order is based
on an indictment returned some time
II. 13, Cook was this morning
awarded tlo contract for tho con
struction of ino superstructures of
the new Pendleton school houses,
'i ere were fiv.o Idddcrs nnd Cook's
figures wore tho low.cst. For tho
construction of the two eight-room
buildings of Spokane pressed brick,
Mr. Cook offers to do tho work for
$31,701); if Weston brick Is to bo
used tho cost will bo $1000 lower,
for the four-room building ot Spo
kano brick Cook's figur.es nrd $11,033;
of Weston brick, $10,033.
Tho bids were opened this morning
in tlie office of C. 13. Troutmnn. In
tho presonco of School Clerk John
Hulley. Jr., and the following mem
bers of the school board; S.onator
Walter M. Pierce, C. 13. Smith nnd
Tho bonds voted for tho construc
tion of the three buildings aro $(!3,
000. Work on the superstructures of
the lious.es will begin at onco and it
Is thought tlie buildings will bo ready
for occupancy before the first of tlio
your. Following are the figures of
I the contractors:
Yntes & EUslrom Eight-room
Fire Spreads From Building to Oil hiilldings, of Spokane pressed brick.
Derrick and Tank, and Explosion $38,150; of Weston stock brick, $3fi,
Follows, Which Wrecks the House !,": four-room liB 't Spoluuio
. c, . .. , pressed br ck, $12,205; of Weston
and Causes Six Deaths and the In-
jury of Several Persons First . u ,;, Cook Eight-room building ot
AND DEADLY FIRE
ACCIDENT WITH LAMP.
Loss of Life From Petroleum Fire,
in the District.
Yellow Creek, O., Sopt. 2. Six
wore burned to death and four terri
bly injured by a fire and oil explo
sion here this morning.
The dead aro: Mrs. Henry Fling, brick, $35,i88; four-room building.
Spokane brick, $31,700; of Weston
brick, $33,709; four-room building,
Spokane brick, $11,033; Weston
G. I. LaDow Three buildings ot
Spokane brick, $50,877 of Woston
Shock & Cole Eight-room build
Inns, Spokane brick. $37,150; Woston
)ND DEGREE MURDER.
who shot and killed Major
fcCliing in tho apartments of
lian Coyt, a wealthy widow,
id guilty of murder in the
legreo this morning, with a
nidation to mercy. The caso
:Id,ont followod a quarrel bo-
trnett and tho woman, in
cClung attempted to Inter-
pClting and tho woman were
It in the best social circles.
knged at Wala Walla.
Walla, Sopt. 2. Clias.
krk was hanged at the
ponltentlary at C o'clock
lornlng for tho murder
Pago, his mistress, at
i, noarly two years ago.
tho second exocution
placo at tho state prls-
attempt was made to
o governor commuto
Utonco to iifo Imprison-
ho refused to inter-
3Iark was tried and o
od of murdor In tho
pgreo. Ho appealed to
pr.omo court .and tho
at was afurm.0(l. Then
Govornor iIcBrldo to
tho sontenco to life
nmont. ino petition
nod by 350 persons
1 Jurors who tried tho
H tho fovcrnor rofus-
utonero with tho pro-
of a deaconess.
At 8 p. m. Dr. Coleman, president
of Mllamette university, spoke to a
crow-ded house on "Divino Provi
dence." Several notable Eastern di
vines aro present, among them Dr.
H. C. Jennings of Chicago.
Rev. Evans, of Hood River, was
tried and acquitted of the chargo of
accepting a man into the church who
had boon previously rejected by the
The establishment ot a college at
sonio point in tho Inland Empire will
bo the next question ot church polity
I of Importance that will como up for
uiscusHiou. xno oenet is growing
Chicago, Sept. 2. By tho fall of an
elevator in the Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s
mull order warehouse this morning
ono man was killed and four serious
ly injured. Tlie dead is Philip Cald
well, conductor. The cable broke and
the car dropped from the eighth
her two children, and threo unknown j ,,,u,,i' l1-coy: Weston brick,
men The Injured: Rov. Stldd Rob-i j tjtl.son KtKht-rooin buildings,
ert Alexander, Joe, Henry, and Nlllng aoUnno ,,rlckj $;,,i8!,. Woston brick,
, .. . $33,8'J0; four-room building. Spokane
brick, $11,9(10; Weston brick, $11,500.
STRIKERS FAVOR SCHOOLS.
ago by the grand jury of the District
Grand Master Arrived.
Grand Master Stoddard, of the
Knights Templar, arrived from Texas , floor.
this morning. Ho was met by 300 Mrs. Kate Hayes, aged 10, a widow,
mounted knights and entered a car-1 died later in the hosnital: William
riage drawn by four white horses and ! Sllverberg and C. E. Menkoy may I
was driven through down town strets 1 die. All are employes. j
PORTLAND POLICEMAN KILLED BY BOY
A lump In tlio Fling liouso caught
fire, the flames set llro to an oil der
rick and tank near tho liouso, nn ex
plosion fonowed and the liouso was !
1(They property loss will bo about Bu"'no Trades' Difficulties Did Not
$70,000. Stop Work on School Buildings.
TIiIb Is the first loss of life from New York, Sept. 2. When tho
a petroleum flro since tlio first dls- trouble between tho members of tlio
covery of that product hero 38 years allied building trades and tho build-
ago, which is in itself an unparalleled
record for a natural oil district. Tlio
holocaust of the early morning has
cast an almost superstitious fenr over
KNIGHTS ARE COMING.
that th.e disaster attending the at'
tempt to build up a Mothodist insti-
Whlle trying to capture Charles
V. Walton, the highwayman who
made an attempt to hold up a car
near Willamette Heights bridge last
night, Police Officer Olo Nelson was
shot twice and has no hope for re
covery. Tlie assassin was captureu.
The bandit Is a boy 19 years of age
and says bis home Is In San Fran
cisco. He was fearfully beat.cn about
the head by the motorman and con.
bed, and he stated then he could
swear the man who shot Nelson was
the same who committed the robbery
of tho Portland Heights car.
Brother of Grace Haney.
Portland, Sept. 2. The boy who
held up a street car and fatally shot
Policeman Nelson proves to bo Chas.
Walton, a brother of Graeo Haney,
a proralneut and beautiful society
girl here, who was arrested with her
PENNILESS, BUT NOT WORTH RELPING
husband for highway robberies hero
ductor after shooting Officer Nelson, and at Seattle while still in society.
Motormnn Binirliam is the same Hnnev lu Knrvlni' Mum ni Wnli,.
nuiuu ui luaimiiK ui. epoKnnc, hub man who was held up on Portland Walla. His wife, not convicted, is
uuu.i u,..h""". iinu mm. mo piuapui- Meignts car tnree wcks ago anu rou- now Jiving in seclusion hero.
uy oi mo viiuruii inruugnout 1110 re
gion Justlflos another attempt In the
Prosidlug Elder Minsl.er, of tho
Republic Mission district, roports
that 15 additional m-nlsters aro neod
ed In that district, wherein nil tho
affairs of the church aro In a very
Presiding Elder Booth, of Tho
Dall.es district, reports that that dis
trict also is in a thriving condition.
W. E. Armflold has been appointed
to tho commlttoo on auditing, R. War
ner to tho committo on conferonco
relations, and G. W. Rlgby upon tho
Chicago Will Capture the Next Annu.
San Francisco, Sopt. 2. Tho first
of tlie larger delegations to tlie con
clave arrived this morning, being
threo Indiana commanderles. Tlio
arrlvul of tlio Indlanlans marks tho
beginning of an influx that will not
cease until Monday night or Tuesday
Campaigning for tlio next coneiuvo
lias begun. It looks like Chicago
would havo a walkover.
Lumber Yards Burned,
Toledo, O., Sopt. 2. The Immense
lumber yards of Mitchell & Co., at
Woodland, -were dostroyed by fire
this afternoon. Loss, $100,000.
Penniless and hungry, and under
the Influence of liquor, an aged vet
erau of the Civil war approached
Commander G. W. Rlgby, of tho local
Grand Army post, the other evening,
and asked tho privilege of sloeping
in th.e latter's back yard. "I'm not
worth spending money for," ho do
clurod with emphasis as ho attempted
to straighten his stooped shoulders.
"I know you would want to help me,
but I don't deservo It."
Mr. Rlgby offered to purchase tho
old soldier a place to sloop, but tho
man shook his head, "No man can
sleep In my back yard," replied Rig
by. "Woll, then lot mo sleop In your
barn," said tho hom.eless veteran.
This Rigby allowed him to do.
Tlio noxt morning when tho com
mander arose bis old comrade hqd
watered tho horse and was proparlng
to leave. But Rlgby would not hear
of it until he bad secured for him a
Half an hour later the old follow,
with some of tho vigor of tho days
when ho shoulderod a musket for his
country, faced tho east and trudged
cut of town.
Campaign In Missouri.
Kansas City, Sopt. 2. Fairbanks
arrived tills morning und will open
the republican campaign lu Missouri
tonight. A mooting will bo hold in
convention hall tonight, and 20,000
aro expected. Fairbanks speaks In
Kansas City, Kan., this afternoon.
British Bark Wrecked.
Auckland, Sept. 2, Tho British
bark Saragossa, Now Castlo to San
Francisco, wos wrecked August 15,
at Mungaia, Cook's Island. Tho ves
sel Is a total loss, but tho crew and
cargo wore saved.
ors and contractors broke out somo
time ago, It was feared that the strike
or lockout would seriously lnterforo
with tho completion of tlio 05 school
buildings either planned or already
in course of construction.
Fortunately a compromise wiib
reached In regard to tlio work on
school houses nnd assurnnco has boon
given, that enough schools to pro
vide for tho 27,000 children will bo
reaily at tho beginning of tho school
year next month nnd that tho others,
which will provide for over hundred
thousand moro, will bo completed'
Earthquake In California,
Salnlas, Cal., Sopt. 2. An earth
quake lasting ubout eight seconds,
wus felt at 0:30 this morning. No
damage was don.u.
Cement Plant Burned,
Youngstown, O., Sept. 2. Tho co
monl plant of tho Struthers Furnace
Co., at Strutiiors, was destroyed by
fire today. Loss, $20,000.
Watterson Visits Parker,
Esopus, Sopt. 2. Henry Watterson
and wife arrived at 12;1C and took
luncheon with tho Parker family.
Alexander Dickson, of Tho Bronx.
.New York, was chased Into a river
by a swarm of hornets, and drowned.
W. . C, R. Machine Shops.
Walla, Walla, Sopt. 2. It Is
practically certain that tho
Washington Ai Columbia
River Railway Company will
not rebuild tho burned shops
at Hunt's Junction, but will re
move tho ropnlr dopartmont to
this city nud orec; shops
larger and moro modern than
those dostroyed last week. A
largo tract of land has boon so
cured uour tho warehouses on
Second strcot rocontly. Tho
company is planning (o chnngo
tho system of making r.opalrs
to cars and cnglnos, and It Is
moro than likely that a splen
did plant will bo constructed
hero within a short tlm.o. It
Is safo to conclude that tho
railway company will great
Jy add to Us equipment here
and will Increase Us payroll
materially within tho next few