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THE ECHO REGISTER, ECTIO, OHEGOX.4
FRIDAY OCTORETt 1, 1J0D
I Perfect Time
A. L. SCHAEFER
Successor to Louii Banziker.
Jeweler end Optician
Expert Wi;;h Repairing
Pendleton, : : : Oregon
HOVER RftO, Prom.
Strictly First Class
r Elegantly Furnished Rooms in
Connection. I'riv:ite Dining Par
lors. BEST MEALS IN THE
63) Main Strert
2 Horsliptliorliiff and General
J Repair Work
5 Solicit Hliuro of your
Ilnrkley Street, Krho, Ore.
We Haul Anything
Prompt Attention Given to
Two Wagons Constantly at Work
O. G. THORNTON
The Echo Drayman
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At the Hotel Echo Echo, Oregon
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Meals served at all hourt
during the day.
Board by the week f 5.00
We will always try to give
our customers the Best
the market affords.
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BUTTE MINES ALL
CLOSED BY STRIKE
Ten Thousand Men Quit Work and
Smelters and Other Allied Industrie
May Be Forced to Suspend Po
lice Protect Men Who Would Con
tinue Work Sheriff Threatens to
Shoot if Necessary.
Butte. Mont. Sent. 25. Every mine
in Butte is shut down tonieht and 10.-
000 men are idle, with the prospect of
6,000 more being thrown out of work.
If the suspension continues for five
days the smelters and other allied in
dustries will be forced to suspend.
The trouble was caused by a majori
ty of Engineers' Union No. 83 hsvin?
seceded from the Western Federation
of Miners and organized a new union.
The Butte Miners' union ordered its
members not to co to work in mines
employing members of the new engin
The evening was ushered in with
great excitement, when nearly 2,000
miners surrounded the shaft of the
Csirnon mine, annarentlv for the nur-
pose of mobbing 28 miners who defied
me command or tne union to stop work.
A detail of 15 policemen with Cantain
Thomas Norton in command hurried to
the scene, and reinforced bv Sheriff
John K. O'Rourke, with every deputy
ol his olhce at his back, succeeded in
reselling the shaft mouth.
Mounting a pile of timbers, the sher
iff in plain language told the crowd
that the officers DroDoaed to nrotapt tha
oagnon minera and intimated that any
attempt at violence oupon the part of
ine strikers would result In shooting,
It is hardlv likelv that work will he
resumed before a week, and the various
smelters throughout thii state mv he
compelled to suspend operations.
WRECK AT SEATTLE.
Trolley Car Jumps Track and Crashes
Into Corner Cafe.
Seattle, Sept 25. Of the 80 passen
gers on a big Wallingtord avenue car
that was wrecked at the curve near the
main gate of tre World's fair, shortly
before noon yesterday, not one escaped
being cut or brused or sharply shaken,
but it is believed that none of the in
jured will die. Frank Hull, of Taco
ma, aged 4G, an Oddfellow attending
the festivities accompanying the Sov
ereign Grand lodge meeting, died an
hour after being taken from the wreck.
The car got beyond control of the
motorman. attained a speed of 30 miles
an hour at the corner of Fourteenth
avenue. Northeast and East Fortieth
street, careened, left the track and
crashed into a one-itorv huiMinirat th
southeast corner of the crossing, de
molishing the flimsy building, splitting
and wreck inir tha car and hurlinor th
passengers forward with frightful force
every pane or glass In the car was
broken and the jagged pieces showered
Ulton the Dassenirera. who vn tnuori
one upon another in indescribable con
WRECKAGE LINES GULF.
Southern Coast Strewn With Broken
Ships and Launches.
New Orleans. Sent 25. With the
list of dead from Mondav'a tronienl
hurricane well above 100 tonight, every
indication points to a much larger num
ber of victims. Msny small sloops
and launches are Ivinir wrecked on tha
Gulf shore of I-ouisiana and Mississip
pi, and there ia little doubt that mm.
of their occupants are lost
Anxiety for the ssfety of steamers
bound for New Orleana during the hur
ricane period on the gulf, has been re
lieved. Nearly all of these vessels
were many hours late, but finally ar
rived at this port with the exception of
the Utstein. which is four dsva over.
due from Puerto Cortes. She was re-
!orted today to have rone aground off
Seashore light ne&f the mouth of the
Mississippi, with no loss of life.
Juarez Bomb Harmless.
El Paso. Tex.. Sent 25. It rivl.
oped today that there was no plot con
nected with the finding of a supposed
bomb in Juarez. Mexico. The "bomb"
proved to be a small pepper box, three
incnes long, an men ana a hair in di
ameter, and containing a substance
like parafline poured over the top.
Even had it been exploded it would
have done no harm. The police have
arrested an American trams who hmA
been sleeping on the premises of Senor
Argueiiea and had been ordered away.
He had made threats against Arguelles.
Spain Turned Back.
Oudja, Sept 25. Native reports sav
that the S Danish advanca toward Ss.
louan on September 20 was stopped
and turned back by a strong body of
Riffiana. Similar renorta war ramn
during the operations at Souk Beni Si-
car, wnen a numoer or ue triDeemen.
fighting for the Spanish cause, were
said to have deserted to the enemy,
forcing the Spanish troops to retire to
sienna, ineee re pons prooaDiy are
the basis of a rumored Spanish reverse.
Hundreds Flee In Skiffs.
BiloxL If iaa.. Sent. K Ahonft RAO
storm sufferers are homeless at Bayou
la zfanre, near the mouth of the Mis
sissippi river, and two lives were lost
there. The water maa alfct tmt In
the booses and the people saved their
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the Mississippi river.
HILL GIVES PRIZES.
Railroad Builder Helps try Farming
Congress With Cups.
Billings, Mont, Sept 27. Five sil
ver cups, aggregating $220 in value,
will be features of the list of prizes
offered by James J. Hill, chairman of
the board of directors of the r.reat
Northern railway, for best exhibits at
the International Dry Farming exposi
tion Wllicn Will be held at Ri I nma
Montana, October 25-29, in connection
with the Fourth Dry Farming congress,
October 26-28. Geortre J. Kvan. o-en-
eral industrial agent of the Great
Northern, has sent to the headnuartera
of the congress at Billings a list of the
prizes and the conditions under which
they will be awarded. The aggregate
value of all the prizes is $1,000. This
award bv Mr. Hill is similar to that
made by him in the case of the Omaha
Corn exposition, with the exception
that the cud feature is made a aDecial
one in favor of the Dry Farming con
gress. In regard to the cash prizes,
Oregon, Washington and Montana are
given me same list, thereby eliminat
ing the competition of one state against
another where conditions for certain
crops might be better in one state than
BURNING LAKE STUDiEU.
Adventurous Spirits Go Into Crster o
Honolulu. Sent 27. L. M. Hale. J
Reynolds, and Earnest Moses, a nhoto-
grapher, descended today into the pit
of the crater of Mount Kilaueau. re
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maining half an hour on the edge of a
ourning mice or lava and tire. This is
the first time that this feat has been
The members of the party ventured
almost to tho rim of the seething lake
and attempted to take photographs
The heat was intense and at times the
adventurers walked over partially
molten areas. After comnletinir their
observations, they returned safely to
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the rim of the crater, where half a
dozen friends had witnessed the descent
Kilaueau is one of the larsrest active
volcanoes in the world, on the east
slope of Maunaloa, Hawaii island. Its
altitude is 4.400 feet and tha eircum.
xerence oi its crater is about nine
miles, with a deDth varvincr from 700
to 1.100 feet denendimr unon the level
of the molten lava. Violent eruptions
occurred in 1797, 1844 and 18t!6, and
since the latter date there have been
several outbreaks of lees severity.
ENGINEERS TO YIELD.
Settlement of Miners' Differences in
Butte In Sight.
Butte. Mont. SeDt 27. Although
no delimte statements have yet been
made bv either side, it develoneH lata
toniflrht that there ia nlauaihla nrnanapt
that the differences existing between
the Brotherhood of Stationary Enein
eers No. 1 and the Butte Miners' union
may be settled, and the miners will re
turn to ineir work at the various prop.
erttes before tomorrow morning.
It ia known that certain overturaa
have been made to the engineers by the
omcers oi the miners' union, and it is
Quite Probable the engineers will maka
certain concession which will be ac-
pteable to the minera. Whether tha
concessions will be permanent and
whether they will involve a return of
the secediag engineers to the Western
rederationofMiners.it was imnnaai-
ble to ascertain.
The adjustment will be reached, it ia
Delieved. without brwmnir tha minintr
companies into the controversy, either
aa aroitrators or because oi their influ
ence, and it is highly probable that
there Will be not hire for Tharlaa Mav.
er, president of the Western Federation
of Miners, to settle when he arrives.
Omaha Strike Nears End.
Omaha, Sept 27. Chances of end
ing the Streetcar emnlovea atrika
seemed favorable tonight President
Wattles, of the car company, after a
meeting with the municipal otiicials
tomorrow, will mske a plain state
ment of whst conditions wi uhi be ac.
ceptable to the company. The strik
ing employes, he says, will be given
sn opportunity to sccept his conditions.
In a disturbance just before the rara
stopped running for the day, James
Murphy, a conductor, was knrwkad
down and seriously injured.
Launch Sinks, 80 Drown.
Victoria. B. U.. Sent. 97 M.ii ad
vices from the Orient tell of a ship div
aater on the West river of South China,
involving a loss of 80 lives. The
Isunch Wo On, from Weichu for Ho
Yuen, on August 11 cspsied three
miles from her destination. Tha !.
dent was caused bv the at
Twenty of her 100 passengers were
saved by swimming and by clinging to
wreckage. The Chinese authorities at
Weichu charters 1 a steam latinfh
which proceeded to the scene to recover
the bodies of the victims.
Madrid Denies Defeat.
Madrid. Sent 24. Tha D.m
is either unwilling or ur.ahla t. ;Va a
statement of the Spsnish casualties in
the latest fighting with the Moors in
Morocco. The news of a Spanish de
feat received at Paris is discredited
here, and the government declares the
Spanish victory incomplete It is an
nounced that the tribesmen are expect
ed soon to ask for peace. It is known
that tho loss has been heavy. It ia
said 400 were killed on each side.
Johnson's Will ( Found.
St FsuL Sept 27.-U was teamed
today that Governor Johnson had left a
will bequeathing all his estate, which
probably wiU aggregate $25,000 to his
DEATH AND RUIN
Dixie Land Is Devastated by Tropical
Forty-Eight Lives Lost and Other Fa
talities Rumored Miles of Terri
tory Are Laid Waste and Crops
Ruined Property Loss Will Reach
New Orleans, Sept 23. At least
48 livea were lost in tha tranipai hurri
cane that swept thia part of the coun
try Monday and Monday nicrht It ia
reported 50 others oeriaiied in I .n lira
Terre Bonne parish, but this report
oas no oeen connrmeo.
The property loss is far heavier than
was first, believed and will run well
into the millions.
Miles of territory have been laid
waste and crops have been practically
of all kinds in the bayou
and dwellings at Houma
villages were badly dam-
Ibe damage at Grand island and
Chaniere Caminada was heavy, but no
lives were lost The crops on that
isiana were totally destroyed, for the
water swept across two or three feet
deep. The orange groves were whip-
pea c.ean or fruit and foliage, hun
dre s of trees being uprooted.
The first messsge from the islands
wss received today when the mail
stesmer Grand Island reached this
city. It was feared before the arrival
of the boat that hundreds hsd lost
their lives. In the tropical storm of
1903 no less than 1.500 nennla
drowned on Chaniere Caminada.
PLOT AGAINST PRESIDENTS.
Bomb Is Found at Meeting Place of
Taft and Diaz.
El Paso. Tex.. Sent 23. The riia.
covery tonight of a bomb in a reai.
dence in course of erection in Juarez,
across the border in Mexico, caused a
The authorities were notified and 19
workmen were placed in incommuni.
csdo. It was first reported the bomb
WSS found in the rear Of tha milnmi
house, where President Taft and Pni.
dent Diaz are to meet October 16. but
this was later denied by the authori
ties. The residence of Cam i I In A
where the bomb was found, is a block
from the customs house, where the
meeting of the nresidenta ia tn taka
place. A visit by President Diaz to
Arguelles, who is a close personal
friend of Diaz, waa thought nmhuU.
Colonel Corella, commanding the regu
lar army in Juarez, says the object
was a small piece of dynamite.
It WSS not more than a nuartar nf
a stick," he said. "It probably was
thrown there by a revolutionist some
months aeo. when arrests wera hxina
mace or tnese people."
ROBBERS SLAY SIX.
Thieves Murder Whole Family in West
Virginia for Loot,
Bluefield. W. Va.. Sent 23 An an.
tire family of six neraons waa mnml.
ed and the bodies of all but one of the
victims were burned with their home
at Hurley, Va., early today.
I he motive evidently was robharv
as the owner of the house, an aired
, . j ,
woman known as "Aunt Betty" Jus
tice, was generally supposed to keep a
large sum of money in the nlsre.
Mrs. Justice, her son-in-law Cenrva
aieatiowg. nis wire and tha r thraa
.. . .
children were the victims. Meadows'
body, badly mutilated, was found in
The half T burned hndiaa nf tha t.
women and three children were foonri
beneath the debris of the house, each
body bearing evidences of munler ha.
fore the house was burned.
The thieves are su noosed tn hava
secured the $600 which "Aunt Betty"
always carried on her person.
Squadron Tests Speed.
Honololu. Scut 23. Wirel eaa ra.
ports from the armored croiser squad
ron of Admiral Sebree received here
touight state that seven of the cruisers
took part in the full power run off the
Island of Maui. The warahina
under forced draught for four hours
and the dispatches ssy no breakrioama
of any kind occurred. According to a
wirelens report received this after.
noon, but which has not been nffi-i.ii
confirmed, the West Virginia larf in tha
speed tests and made an average of al
most Knots an nour.
Rear Admiral Clark til.
Fremont 0.. Sept 23. Rear kA.
miral Charles E. Clark, United States
navy, who commanded the battleship
Oregon during the Spanish-American
war, was taken seriously ill today.
When the war broke out the battleship
Oregon was in Pacific waters. The
vessel was ordered to hurry to Cuba,
and Captain Clark took the big fight
ing machine around the Horn at full
speed all the way. The voyage waa
a most conspicuous feature of the war.
Strikers Stone Trolleys.
Omaha. Neb.. Sent 23. Riota ra.
suiting from the streetiar strike re
sulted In aeriona iniur tn nina man
last night Two of toe injured are
motormen who were struck with
Better opportunity do you want to make
Did you ever stop to think that you can buy
a piece of the Famous Umatilla Ranch at the
right price and on good terms, and that it is sure
to make money? Come in and let's talk it over.
E. P. CROARKIN, Agt.
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K. N.STANHFI.li. Vice Prealdont
R. B. HTANKtEI.lt. Cl.ler
NOMA liUl'fcKU. Atelauot Caahlar
BANK OF ECHO
CAPITAL STOCK $25,000
We sell New York Exchange payable at any place In the
We solicit the Banking Business of this Locality.
Near Beer, Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobacco, Tropic
al Fruits, Nuts, Etc.
A Share of Patronage Solicited.
Bert Lonenecaer, Prep. Corner Htii ail Dnpoat Streets
M. H. GILLETTE, Prop.
THE BEST THE, MARKET AFFORDS
ALWAYS ON THE TABLE '
When in Pendleton don't fail to stop in at the
NISSEN IMPLEMENT CO.
On Main Street, and see the New
ALAMO GASOLINE ENGINE
It surpaa aajrthlnf tint hxt
and Dye Works
W. t. GOBtt. Prae;
Send your clothing to the Berlin
Cleaning and Dye Works. Only ex
perienced help employed, and the best
of work and satisfaction guaranteed.
Orders sent by express will receive
prompt and careful attention.
303 rest Caurt St.
Phone Mala 45
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