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FOAIIY EVENING EDITION
OAILY EVENING EDITION
Look nbout you and soo tlio sue- !
cessfnl mcrcuantB. They nre all '
men who advertise. It you would
he successful, follow the example
Tonight niid Thursday fair, cool
PENDLETON, OltEGON, WEDNESDAY, SEl'TI-MBEU 7, 1004.
through no revenue offices and there- j
foro pay no taxes. I
"In conclusion I assert that all of
I the reasons which I had for making ;
the 1003 assessment, and all the rea-'
I sons which you had for sustaining
that assessment, remain unchanged."
OFFERS OF PEACE
MIMIC BATTLE PROGRESSES.
FOR KILLING QUAIL.
Contends That 0. R. & N.
Property is Valued at Its
Should not be compared
TO W. & C. R. VALUES.
Maneuvers of the Forces Will End at
3 O'clock Today.
Gainesville, Sept. 7. Undaunted by
his failure yesterday to dislodge the
brown army from Thoroughfare Gap,
General Grant resumed the offensive
and renewed the fight vigorously.
Fresh troops arived this morning. Al
though Bell suffered heavily In yes
terday's engagement, so excellent was
the disposition of his forces that he
was able to hold his own.
Grant Is supposed to have been re
inforced during the night by the ar-
ix Agent J. W. Morrow Holds That f fres" ,roPs rom Fairfax
f a i Court House.
ie Value of the Road Should Be 1 when the battle was resumed to-
i .1 . . . ...
"easured by the Business Original. ' u'es constructively outnum
bered thp browns nearly twn to nrin
Ing in the County Says the O. R. Fresh divisions, however, are on the
N. Pays More Than Its Propor- wa-v to reinforce the browns. The
blues will bp ohllced to ho rpmlv in
lion of School Tax Strain Makes meet ti,ese new reinforcements and
iomparison of the Earnings of the take Thoroughfare Gap at 3 o'clock
liiirs uii?ruuuu, wiiuu uiu cumiici will
Referendum Vote to Continue
the Strike is Nearly Unanimous.
ALLIED TRADES HOLD
OFF FOR ARBITRATION.
Vote at Kansas City is 1551 to 120
Against Peace Vote In Detail at
Chicago Will Be About 4800 to 2800
for Continuance of the Strike No
Provision In Peace Terms for Un
skilled Workmen Is the Cause of
Continue War Result Is a Surprise
Soldiers Are Dying From Hun
ger and Thirst Along the
Line of Retreat.
Three Walla Walla Sportsmen Arrest-1
ed for Violation of Law. '
Walln Walla, Sept. 7. A warrant i
was sworn out in Justice Huffman's
court this morning by Game Inspector ,
Frank Morse for Clem Mnsterson. F
H. .Morris nnd A. McMillan for shoot-
Ing mid having in their possession
I betweon Yellow Hawk and Garrison
OPERATIONS AT MUKDEN. I creeks.
I The three men named were In the
i hack and will have to answer for vio
Despite the Terrible Conflagration I kuion of the law. .
WUilll NIC Ml'l'UHUUH JI1CI1UII1I 111 II1U
l itiiusou nny nun suuo line iiisuicis
ami nre a great temptation to hunters.
On August 2fi. n week npo Saturday MlUnn nnH rTPPWntPr Pro
about 0. o'clock In the evening. Mr. 11 IIIOII dllU ntLWdlU iTU-
cincts Ask for a Vote on
die Liquor Question.
PETITION FILED WITH 160
NAMES THIS MORNING.
Morse was called up on the telephone
by a man who would not give his
name and told that there were some
persons out' shooting quail two and n
half miles south of town.
He Immediately .started out and
met a hack on the lower Milton road
bis argument before the county
t today In the matter of the peti-
for reduction oi the assessment
R it N company property. Tax
J w Morrow, of the railroad.
red that the road was obliged
iy an uniair percentage or local
ji -ax and that a great deal of
mil' property in the county was
in making out the rolls,
t-a ui of railroad propery."
r V rr w, "should be measured
r nt of traffic originating
v.'tr-on petition asking a re
n $12,000 a mile to $55(10
Morrow contends that the
(iff ween the O. R. & X.
and Jiat of the W. & C.
" io the tax agent Asses
s rain said :
ij'cn'ian that the W. & C.
- 1 r.s much for purposes of
. i) ' taxation as the O. It.
- lit i ounty Is a self evl-
Mrs. John Mlnto Dead.
Salem, Sept. 7. Mrs. Mary Ann
Mlnto, wife of John Mlnto, one of Or
1 egon's most widely known pioneers
died at her home In this city yester
day evening, aged 73. She had been
ill but a few days with pneumonia.
She was a pioneer of 1S45.
Chicago, Sept. 7. A referendum
vote of the striking butchers favors
a continuance of the struggle accord
ing to the best information obtainable
prior to the official announcement of
the vote. At noon, at the grounds,
but 20 per cent of the strikers had
voted. It is believed Donnelly will
call for another vote. Hundreds fail
ed to vote on account of lack of facilities.
Count of Vote Not Complete,
PARTY IH JERSEY
Ma Can't Enter Manchuria,
iilrmingham, Sept. 7. The Post to
day reports that in consequence
Ruscian communications, the Drills
At noon the count Is not ready to I nnd French governments have mad
be given out. Two hours more will
Started by the Russians at Liao
Yang, the Japanese Captured Vast
Stores of Provisions and Ammuni
tion Part of Russian Retreat Along
Wagon Road to Mukden Cut Off by
Japanese Kuroki's Movements i
Are Not Known.
Insane Man Murders Family.
South Dayton, N. Y.. Sept. 7.
Mlelinely Michzek, shot his wife nnd
two children nnd then himself. He
was Insane. Michstok's children will
die. but his wlfo will probably recover.
First Movement of Local Option
Forces Toward Testing Public Sen
timent In Umatilla County Law
Requires Petitions to Contain 10
Per Cent of Vote of Any County or
Sub-division Freewater Contains
Two Saloons Milton Dry for 17
ICome. Sept 7. A Yen Tal corres
pondent to Secolo. reports that the
Russian army under Knropatkln Is
abandoning Its wounded owing to lack
of ambulances. Many of the Injured
nre dying of hunger and thirst.
An epidemic of disease is feared.
Congressman Welsse Renamed.
Foil du 1 no. Wis., Sept. 7. The
democratic eongressliyial convention
for the Sixth district met here today
and renominated Congressman Cluis.
11 Welsse of Sheboygan Falls. There
was no opposition
BACKERS SUPPOSED TO
Hearst Sympathizers Suspected
Complicity in Movement, Which Is
Essentially In the Interests of Dis
harmony and Anti-Parker Carry
ing Out Threats of Liberal Wing
Made After St. Louis Convention.
probably be required. As estimated
by those in a position to be acquaint
ed with the details of the vote, it will
go about 4800 to 2800 In favor of con
tinuing the strike.
The absence of any provision for
the unskilled workmen in the terms
agreed to between Donnelly and the
.packers, is said to be the chief bar
of'rier to a settlement. Over 200 strik-
ers applied for work at the various
Peace Propositoln Lost.
"The peace pro.josltion has been
lost by a good majority,'
strong representations to Cltlnn
against permitting General Ma's
troops to enter Manchuria. General
Ma has 50,000 troops and such a move
ment would create the most serious
irlternal situation developed in years.
is THREE FOOTPADS
wonh what It will ac
on; It sometimes
'.". aid sometimes lehs
mi. 1 1,.. market, owing to
lr-n1-. whl'h enter into
with rnr pvbk tlmf he New J Oni, Sept.
mw doi-s a vastly greater 7, rd. If the proposition is
r ior nine, tnan me w. """" " ' , . ."I not resubmitted the fight
v. show us that this " '"""J lu ' tinue to the end"
i ... has over existed. The lhe significance of the movement In .,. " '.... e4
ii iew .Jersey to lorm a new democrat-' w vu"""u onmc.
Japs Harrass Retreating Army.
Mujjden. Sept. 7. That part of the
Russian army whl'-h is coining to
Mukden by the waKon road. Is In dan
ger of being cut off. All day and
night. Monday, the Japanese in the
hills tm the east of the roud shelled
the Russian troops. The Japanese
Raid TVin-! attacked a large force of Russian in-
The strike will -continue. No ! fa"'ry wnIch 1,8,1 lake" ' ll-' 1I11b
CHICAGO DOCTOR CHARGED
THEM IN AUTOMOBILE
, unions win go hack to work until a
..,. lhB ,. flnal course of action is mapped out
it thP hoarimmr. by tne er"ational officers and cou
I,' country and
( h -i,e two roads occti- "' party, io be Known as ttie Peoples
urr .....ii om-nlnn fnr th Democratic Party. According to a
At 2:30 the Allied Trades Council
issued the following vote of the or
ganizations on the strike, taken on
Mie proposition to declare the strike
off: Out of 28,000 on strike, 2405
voted to return, while 26,587 voted to
continue the strike until a fair prop
osition, emuracinif arbitration, can
dispatch from Atlantic City, the pro
A. X is now earning al- motein of the momeni are to meet
in. - as much, mile for convention there today for the pur
V & C R with every fs(k ot choosing a state ticket and
a future gain. What in- presidential electors.
i n ,iuii hi ir. nav nut Those who profess to know the de-
V & C. R. as for the lallH ot tllt' ulan ha' 1116 men uumu ue hcuieu.
a matter of fact, the ,lu party are those who labored for!
In tormor justify only William R. Hearst in the democratic Vote to Continue Strike.
'm" M.lrd the price of the latter. ""e convention ot iew Jersey aud Kansas City, Sept. 7. Tho strikers
krbl'rpn t lasslllcatlon of rail- who bolted the regular party then ! voted 1551 to 12 to continue the
BjMhlcli places two properties of,11"" hold a independent convention, strike. Tboy are awaitluu ordej-s
k-..- , ' ... ..... Dum.nll,. ,l,u.. iaon..,l ,. n.n.ilfaatn I.. If. r, 11.. mm a 1,
vauir inio a common Class, ui 1 ,,u.' hit., c-w h nmunooiu m unui yujua-nj. iiihiu uie iev uoist?i-
which they toou tne lenders ot the tlons from the ranks.
regular wing of ihn party bitterly to
task and Intimated that democratic i will Not Obey Donnelly,
harmony, In so tar as Now Jorsey 1 Cincinnati. Sent. 7. A muss ..(.
was concerned, was a iiiing oi tne ox
whIU- protecting the retreat. The main
Russian army Is pushing northward
In evacuating Mukden.
Kuropatkln at Mukden.
Sr. Petersburg. 8ept. 7 It is an
nounced that nearly all the Russian
troops retreating from Llao Yank
have arrived at Mukden or the Imme
diate vicinity. Kuropatl.iu has arriv
ed and is directing in person the op
Vast Storos Were Captured.
Toklo, Sept. 7 Official sIUmico re
them equally. Is an unwar-
JiaRcon'ontion that this com
tawtspays a heavy school tax in
innillstrlcts Is a mere Incident
arfinefhod of assessment which ' tremoiy distant nnure.
Jbavfjno possible legal hearing In I
!hs. It frequently happens In j
- - JJfVejrtern country that railroads
Uule' nearly the sole wealth of ! Scores
owtr!cts but this fact does not
twice In trvlnir to uet nwnv Iron, tlin
movements since 1 aK)e machine, which darted here and
It is reiKirted thai 1 th,.i- .,11,.,. ti, tlimru u.tiii um luinu-
the Japanese, not wlthstandiiiK tlio lapidit)'.
ravages of the fire, captured vast ac ; p,.. ntapalrlcU is one of tlio inosl
cumulations of stores and timmunl- ,.x)0,t atitomolillsts In C'hicuHo nnd
tion at Ylno ang. ll8 n,la.,iip U n vm-y hiiimP affair
. . . . 'with lilgli iKiwer engine, Klvlng It
Accepts the Bomb Route. 'wonderful Ktieed ami nullity and the
The liquor Issue will ho voted
on In Milton and Freewater at tho
coming regular election. A petition
bearing the names of 1C0 of the 614
registered voters, of tho precincts
embraced within the two towns, was
filed with the county clerk tills morn
ing. Hut 10 per cent of tho total num
ber of registered voters la required to
call such an election. A section of
the law reads:
"Whenever n petition Ihereforo
signed by not less than 10 per rent
of the registered voters of nny coun
ty In tin- state, or HUb-dlvlslon of any
county, or precinct of a county, shall
be riled with the county clerk of such
county the enmity court shall order
an election to lie held at the tlmo
mi'iitliiued In such petition, nnd In
lhe entlie district mentioned. In such
petition, to determine whether tho
'.ale of Intoxicating liquors shall bo
prohibited In such county or suhdlvls
Despite the Three Guns Pointed at ( lop of such county or lu such pro
Hie Head, Dr. Fitzpatrick Ran Down ' clnct."
and Crippled Three Midnight Rob-1 I'',,l,ln "' circulated short-
, 1 ui a 11 1 1 o 1 l.v throughout the county. The regis-
bers In His Agile Machine-Robbero L ewtun (,r , vonnty txt
, so Suddenly Surprised They Lost the lust regular election nninlwod
, Their Heads and Ran. ' 4271. To bring the matter of local
, option to a vote throughout the conn-
' Ity, I2S signers of the petitions are re-
I Chicago. Sept. 7. Attacked early 1 quired.
this morning by throe armed footpads The Milion-Kreewater petition waa
I Or. Gilbert Fltspatriek charged them filed this morning by (!. V. Itlgby, of
I with his automobile In which ho was .this city. Freewater has two biiIoouh
, returning home from a midnight call, at Hie present linin, hut Mlllon linn
1 One after another he ran them j been a "dry" town for 17 years. Tho
down, wounding each In turn, despite 1 O. R. N. company's trucks la tho
the revolvers pointed at his bead. boundary line between the two cltlos.
Surprised lit the unexpected inanou-'
vers of the auto, the injured rohberi I TEMPLARS IN DRILL.
lui'jicd and r.in.
One of the robbers was run over ( From Showing Made in Parade, Chi-
emiit them from nnv share
i.;J.i,r;1; ;;;i At ami trancisco
JtruL, """' Portland, 0; Oakland, 2.
of the Great League Games
At San Francisco First game
Ing of the butchers and workmen or 1 jHr
Cincinnati and Covington nnd Now-1
Si Petersburg, Sept. 7. It Is re
ported that Prince Svlalopobl hits
been selected to succeed tho lalo M.
Von Plehve as' minister of tho Inter-
port, Ky., will he held this evening I
to consider tho Chicago strike situa-
rVt San Francisco Second game
Oakland, 3; Portland, 0.
At Los Angeles Los Angeles, 0;
San Francisco, 5,
At Tacoma First gamo Seattle,
7: Tacoma, 0.
At Tacoma Second gamo Seattle,
0; Tacoma, 4,
At Spokane Spokane, 6; Salt Lake,
At Butte Butte, 2; Boise, 9, Seven
At Cleveland First
ngor traffic: in other v1"' """"
ity of Pendleton alone , " '"vomuu ac:onu
nisneu tins company a' ; .
h J200.000 and Is requir-1 uoaion nrst gamo wasiunt,'-
e city 7 mills upon $Cl,-lo' t; iioHton, o.
sessment in 1803; this i , TT . Kame v. as u-
f only $423.70. , "- ?: VOBi""' s'
em to pay us for state. I ow lurK . 1 Sam Philadol-
1 and city tho sum of ' J.: .,or'' .f
ild thoy be required to i
pay, they would have ;
per cent of $50,000, or
itself. It might nfford 1
j appeal to equity: out. wnen
r that city taxation Is so '
rne by licenses and fines. I
tjtfoderal taxation Is levied
n imported goons ana
iquors and tobaccos, this
r, of Pendleton has about 22
ping, an annual tax of $400
the city of Pendleton con
quarter of the entire pop
llio coonty, and furnishes
quarter of the company's
tion, and decide whether to
Donnelly's general strike order.
Battle Center Goes North.
St. Petersburg, Scipt. 7. No furth-1
attack on Hit! thugs whh so Hiuldeii
, and furious that they lost Ihcdr heads
mid stumbled over each other lu
I dodging the sputtering machine.
It Is the form record of an auto
i being used as a defense against, foot
It Is er 'lKJtliiK of Importance Is expected VERMONT SAFELY REPUBLICAN.
cago Will Win,
San Francisco, Sept. 7. Tlu day la
Intensely hot and the Knight Tem
plar ill liters suffered greatly. Tho
con I est started soon after 10 o'clock,
hut it was announced lust night that
the drill would not he finished until
late this iifleriioou.
On the showing mmle In the pnradu
St. Iluriuird. of Chicago, was plcacd
by a majority of the spectators to
Improbable th.ey will obey the call.
south of Mukdon.
Robbed Fellow Passengers.
New York, Sept. 7. Digenaro, a
passenger on tho Hohenzollern, of the
North German Lloyd line, which ar
rived today, was arrested, In his
trunk box was found a largo amount
of silver and Jewelry stolen from the
ship's passengers on the voyage.
It Is estimated that 40,000 hop-pick
ers will be employed In Oregon this
Indications Are That the State
Carry by 33,000 Plurality,
Now Havon, Conn., Sopt. 7. Judge Burlington, VI., Sept. 7. Practical-
A. Henton, of Robbertson City, was h' complete returns received this
nominated for governor by tho dein- j morning Indicate that Vermont Is re
oeratu state convention today on the publican by 33,000 plurality. With
first ballot. only 11 towns to hear from, the total
vote Is, Bell, 17,810; Porter, 14.171).
15,000 Employes Benefited. This shows a rolmbllciin plurality of
Altona, Pa.. Sept. 7 Fifteen thous-, 32'(i:!7- 'r'' missing towns will bring
and employes were benefited today , " 10 "v,'r 3W. The complexion of
by placing tho Pennsylvania shops on I ,,llf It-'Kislature is practically uiichang
full time pay. which Indicates that Senator Pjoc-
! tor will be ro-olin'toil.
Chicago Wll Get Conclave.
Han Francisco, Sept. 7. All tho
competitors, save Chicago, for tho
11107 conclave, are practically out of
tho race. The Illinois delegation haa
assurances of enough voles to glvo
Chicago the prize on the first ballot.
Trains Collide In Switzerland With
Fatal Results Three Dead,
Paris, Sept. 7 Word was received
tills morning that there are threo
klled and 30 Injured In a collision be.
tweeu a tourists' anil another train In
Switzerland. Many of the Injured aro
Kugllsh tonrlHls en route to Chnnv
oiinlx, Upper Savoy.
Inclo Sam. But slnco
liiron. ties, fuol, cars and
to practically all of
knufacture, they pass
At Now York Philadolnhfn 7- isTrm-
At Dotrolt First
5; Dotrolt, 2.
FRANKLIN'S POISONING IS A MYSTERY
Bliss , Sopt. 7. The
by wont broko this
rarrants, there bo
on hand. Sever-
thousand dollars in
ire roaplng a har-
4; Detroit, C
At Now York First game Boston,
1; New York, C.
At New York Second game Bos
ton. 3: Now York, 4.
At Philadelphia First game Brook
lyn. 4; Philadelphia, 4.
At Philadelphia Second gamo
Philadelphia, 2; Brooklyn, 3.
At Pittsburg First game Cincin
nati, 5; Pittsburg, 3.
I Republican Plurality Increases.
All but five, counties are heard
from The roturns give IMf 47,71!),
I Potter H;,42!. Tho live missing
counties lu JU00 gave a republican
j plurality of 2!l4.
John R. Franklin, who was taken. Ing on the cause of Franklin's death.'
from Baker & Garrison's saloon yes- The inquest was held before Justice j D'nwerat.c Losses Severe.
.nr,in offnri mm mn- of t)l0 1cac0 Thomas i. ltz Gerald. Burlington, Vt., Sept. 7-. The ilomu
torday afternoon suffering from mor- Frankn di(j(1 ut 9.30 0,cJof,k ,aHLcra.s lose their five. seat. In the sen
phine poisoning, is dead. The coro-1 xlfgllt at Hattlo .Harston's resort. He I "to and 10 members In tho hoiuo.
nor's jury this atVrnoon brought in a ' was 52 years of ago and leaves two !
verdict to tho effect that tho drug sons and two daughters. Ho was well Wreck Kills Three.
was auminisiorou uy a porson or per-1 Known in j'ondioton, where ho had Chungren Falls, O., Sept. 7. A
No light has boon resided for a number of years. Ho freight train on tho Wheeling & Lake
was a frequent offender boforo tho 1 Krlo tsruck a wagon near hero and
police court, and had boon out of Jail was ditched. James McKay, Henry
but a few days. Tho arrangements I Porter and It. A. (Jiegor weie killed,
for the funeral have not yet boon; Two brakemen are In the wreck, sup.
mauo, posed to be dead.
The Jurymen who Inquired Into tho ! .
cause or his death are: John Arm-, Chicago Wheat Market,
strong, L. O. Rothrock, Joseph Dunn. I Chicago, Sopt. 7. Old September
J. N. Gulllgord, M. K, Jacobs and ' ber wheat opened at fj.074 and clos
Charles Horsoman. I d at Sl.OCtt. New wiiwit muni
JOHN SHIELDS DEAD.
At Dotrolt Socond gamo Chicago, thrown on tho poisoning of Franklin
Ho is known to have been a heavy
drinker, but it is not thought tho man
committed suicide. The theory Is
that Franklin was not feeling well
and someone recommended morphine
as a remedy.
Dr. R. 13. Rlngo and Dr. W. G. Cole,
who attended tho dying man, both
stated that from half a grain to a
grain of tho drug Is sufficient to pro
duco death. No autopsy was consld-
Owner of Oakland Racing Stables Is
Victim of Heart Dliease.
Chicago, Sept. 7.-John Shields, of
Oakland, Cal., owner of a racing sin
bl, and well known In sporting clr
cIoh, died suddenly of heart disease
early this morning at Hotel Warnor.
Shields arose at I o'clock to get Ills
medicine and as his room male was
pieparlng It, ho dropped dead.
Three Marines Killed.
Splthond, ICiigland, Sopt. 7. Threa
marines wera killed In a 8 Wlilo
slon oa hoard the gnnhoat Comet, today.
A dramatic scene was enacted whon at $1.04V4 and closed an eighth low
Father Trlvolll was called to absolve or Pom unu mt: eenis niic .nr.n
ered necessary bv tho nhvslelnns. the dvlntr man. Onr nt ilie women In o,i o qii o...i i,.,...i ,
j At Pittsburg Second game Pitts- both declaring that tho case was ono the house when she caught sight of
I burg. 1 : Cincinnati. 0. of morphine the crucifix In the hands of tho priest. " Local Market Firmer.
, At St Louis- First gamo Chicago. Tho only other witnesses before the i droned on her knnaa nnd imnn to Th in,.ni ,!,., ,.,,,,.1,,. . .
3 Jllll8 h ! In1ue8t wt,ro otIs Franklin, son of whisper a prayer, but the thoughts of 1 on a little firmer appearance today
A f Kt I S.llfC t-l .1.1 rrn ... r 1 1,1. ., .. 1 , nt , 1". . I . . . I. 1 . ... . , . ... I.. '
- ..wnu ,iu m- i iiiv tiuuujibuu uiiii uutLriHS riLieKier. i iier hist iu rn worn inn mufri nnn wirn I rvn on ah nr. i.rii,i-r..i r i..v. .-.t
iiitoir lumimoiiy nuu no direct, oear a screum sue Bwooneu on tne Iioor I tit) cents and bluestem 73 to 7.1 c
rago, 4, St Louis, 2.
Turkish Rebels Win.
Berlin. Sept. 7 The Tag-
blatt 1 eports that revolution
ary Armenians, under the
noted b-ader Andrlnak have
faptnii'l Van TtirMMi tnxips
vvi-',i fcii Hi v 1 mi possession
ff the f'i Tr revolution
ary 'trrs-r- l ave thrown .lie
S 1 an '"io a r.ae of hvp'trl
cat e.' cnont