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DAILY EAST OREGONIAW, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, JUNE 10. 1905.
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DON'T INT TO HONOR CHIEF JOSEPH
WOULD ORGANIZE CATTLEMEN'S TRUST
The effort of Professor Edmond S.
Meany to erect a monument to the
memory of Chief Joseph, the Nex
Peree Indian, does not meet with the
approval of Lew P. Wilmot, of Kel
ler, Washington, who probably knows
as much about this famous chieftain
and his depredations aa does any other
man In Iowa or Washington, says the
Seattle News.
Mr. Wllmont was a volunteer scout
and accompanied the United States
troops and volunteer parties during
the days when Chief Joseph and his
warriors wrought so much havoc in
Camas county, Idaho. Mr. Wilmot be
lieves Chief Joseph to be nothing; more
than a murderer and suggests that If
the Washington State Historical soci
ety has any money to be spent In
monuments to be erected to commem
orate the bravery of the men shot
down,' some of them in cold blood, by
this Indian chief to whose memory
Professor Meany, of the Washington
State University, desires the erection
of a monument
Mr. Wilmot has written to the News
protesting against this action on the
tiart of the historical society. In his
communication he says:
"I notice an article In an Issue of
the News of recent date, stating that
the Historical Society of Washington
was going to erect a monument over
the grave of Chief Joseph.
"I should like to have Professor
Meany state what Joseph ever did that
would! entitle him to this great dis
tinction. All I ask Is that the pro
fessor . confine himself to the truth..
"I will with your permission, Mr.
Editor, state why a monument should
be erected to the memory of some of
the men who gave up their lives In
order to protect the citizens of Camas
Prairie, against the depredations of
this Indian, who had never been
wronged by an Individual of that
county.
"Chief Joseph was an Indian. This
he could not help, and he hated the
whites with that bitter Intensity, that
la bom In the Indian. That Chief
Joseph had a good and valid reason
for hating the white race I think is
true.' because of the treatment he re
celved from them. But when Chief
Joseph through his cowardly nature,
failed to niflict punishment on those
who had wronged him, and came over
Into our country and , murdered and
robbed men, women and children, who
had never wronged him or any other
Indian, he plnced. himself beyond the
pale of sympathy of all fair minded
persons. :
"Will Professor Meany tell us why
It was that Chief Joseph had Lew Day
shot In the back when he was going
to Oeneral Howard for assistance and
why It was that Chief Joseph waylaid
Hen Norton; 4 wounded Mrs. nonon,
killed Johnny Chamberlain and his six
vear old daughter, and tcok his baby
girl by the heels and knocked Its head
against the ground, and caused it to
bite a part of its tongue off, or per
haps they cut It off and then ran a
knife down through its neck, between
the jugulur vein and the neck bone:
then cuptured Mrs. Chumberlaln and
subjected her to treatment so Inhu
man that It cannot be published?
"As to his bravery, I owe It to his
cowardice that I am now permitted
this effort to do him Justice. Had he
been a brave man I would not now be
here to tell of his butchery. When he
failed to blot us out of existence, after
our little handful of soldiers had
charged through his line and scattered
himself and his warriors like so
muny scared sheep, and through the
death of our captain we had been halt
ed in the prairie, reduced by casualties
to less than 10 men, and surrounded
by all of his warriors, did he then show
any signs of bravery? Not he.
And when Lieutenant Rains and a
little handful of men went to the res
cue of Blewett, were surrounded at
the foot of Cottonwood hill, and with
six of them cut off, took refuge behind
some rocks, where they stood off the
whole of this brave Indian's band until
their ammunition was exhausted, It
was then that Chief Joseph showed his
bravery by walking up to those gal
lant United States soldiers and shoot
In K each one In the head.
"Now that Chief Joseph has paid the
penalty that nature exnets from all
of us why not let him rest In peace.
And if there are to be any monuments
erected by the Washington Historical
Society why not erect one over the
place where Lew Day was shot, one
over the scene of Captain Randall a
death; or one where Ben Evans and
D. H. Howser were killed while golns
to the relief of soldiers who wera re
ported as being surrounded by the In
dlans. Thus would the society receive
the commendation of all good citizens.
'So long as Chief Joseph's admirers
try to make an unsuspecting public
believe that he was a hero then
long will the truth be written by Lew
Wilmot"
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Baseball.
Pendleton vs. Walla Walla, Sun
day, June 11, 1905. O. R. & N. train
leaves Pendleton 9 a. m. Leaves
Walla Walla 7:30 p. m. Fare for
round trip from Pendleton, Adams,
Athena and Weston, $1.00.
C. E. SMITH, Agent O. R. & N,
At Hebron, 111., Miss Harrison
daughter of a farmer, and Clarence
Peet, her escort, have been shot and
killed by Dell Casse, a Jealous lover.
Fort Worth, Texas, Is temporarily
the home of a man who is imbued
with an ambition to organize a cat-'
tlemen'a trust. His name is R. S.
Freedman, and he halls from New
York city. At Fort Worth he has
been exploiting his scheme Industri
ously, but so far Texas cattlemen
have not rallied around his banner
numerously. The Fort Worth Tele
gram quotes him as saying:
"The plan of the organization is to
secure as far as possible every cattle
man In the United States as a mem
ber, basing the fees on the number of
cattle owned by the member. As soon
as the organization is completed It
will open offices at every packing
center In the United States, not only
In the centers, but wherever there Is
a packing house, there will be found
branch of the association, which
will keep a perfect tab on what the
other fellow is doing.
'This association will know in so
far as possible, just how many cattle
are In the possession of the packers,
how much dressed meat they may
have on hand, In other words, the as
sociation will know what the demand
for dressed meat will be next week. It
win know how many head the pack
ers will have to buy before they will
be able to fill that demand or shut
down their plants.
'In addition to the above, this as
sociation will know Just how many
marketable cattle belonging to mem
bers of the association that there may
be ready to ship, and who has them.
"With this Information, the asso
elation will be In a position to make
the market price on the cattle, and
when they have made that price, the
members will be Instructed to ship
their stock In the quantities needt'd.
This will make a greater trust than
now exists, but it will be controlled
by the stockmen, they will be In pos
session of the lines, and drive Instead
of being led.
"Now there is Just so many cattle
that will be marketed within the next
12 months. Every head placed on
the market will be bought and made
Into beef. The market fluctuates
only because the packers take advan
tage of the Ignorance of the cow
man who does not know how many
head thepackers have on hand, and
consequently how many they must
buy. If these cows have been ship
ped to the stock yards they cannot
afford to hold out and wait, as the
expenses would be too great. The
packer knows this. But" supposing
the packers would have to agree to
take so many head at a certain price
agreed upon in advance, then there
would be no waiting in the yards. The
packers must have the cattle or they
cannot run. They have money In
vested, ajid cannot afford to wait as
well as the cattlemen, 1 oply the
cattlemen could wait tocether and
know when the wait. This the In
ternational Cattlemen's association
will know when to do, and will so In
form Its members."
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