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iSH YTV 1 DAILY EVENING EDITO
WEATHER FORECAST. Tonight and Saturday fnlr; warmer tonight. - PEXBLETOX, Ol.Kf.OX, 1 Tvl DAvj (KTOHKlt 21, 1004 .." 184. fT7' " DDrcinriiiT phrii nnn i pvn I AAimnrD mivctcdv o n n T,"m ,n ,t"m",K r r.i r v iH u rnr .in n " mu mr v im mil PililiLll 1 1 aiikcics. II IIUUIUUI I Ullllll ULLL UIIIU kWsSrurisii MIR (!ITI7IIIQUID IQ Qnilliin sS2rS;ri N HlbH CIRCLES U UlinUH ' isouihern lamornia ""' ran- UUM U I I I L LI 1 U 1 1 1 1 IU UUUllU 'nocr-ion Against Thorn in ItouliiiE Cac at lios Angeles. ' 1.0s Angeles. Oct. 21. The fight be tween the Interstate commerce com mission and the fruit growers of Southern California against the rall- roml routing pool ended today, in the t r.iifd Stales court by Judge Well twrns decision to put an injunction aitninst the lauer. into immeaiaie ei- I. .nil Pnll Arlhlir. feet. The railroads gave notice of i , . ,, , ,u" ;il)ni , (ne united states upremejUne ot Uregon's Foremost Educators and President of the Redoubled Fury on court. m Bt THE SHELLS. Jl4 stusMOg. PoKtfd on OITIOXAL WITH MINISTERS. May or May Not Marry Divorced Par ty firr Innocence la E-stahllsliert. Boston. Oct. 21. The Episcopal canon, as adopted, prohibits the re marriage of either party to a divorce while the other la living, but leaves It within the discretion of any minister Where t0 decline to "Solemnise the roaxrutse I ik Reach the Inner : 0f divorced persona. An exception is f rmMlt Damage j made In case the innocent party to f1 . I the divorce, but the Innocence must m CaMawe to Make determneJ by tne bishop of the iU Drtw" I dlocesa. tibfcs Karopatkla laj . tlttiaf U Aggressive ! OY BRIfiANDS FOILED, l.iama of Javanese HeW j nmaha. Neb., Oct. 21. A gang of .. u . lh. ' bays arrested here have confessed "4 ! that tthey Intended to Imitate the Utiuni conttniw t ""i,,-,, burn bandits and blow Vm. oMaflng the gunboat i p the Harney street barn, secure the Jktrtn full ot vooaded. j lunney and embark as train robbers. U;jl but the .laughter I They also confessed to many daring HaW uiu uuiiaHi- v- L, him Chinese sources tew momns. . tk force at Port Arthur ' Hf ficluiive of the militia. air (uard duty. Warm , run and the garrison Is : In bj the eihausting siege, j mnlorcetneius arrive daily while the waaaoea are 1 Ltk to Japan. State University Has No Fear for (he Future. Prexton W. Search Commends the System ot Public School Gradation Originated by Prof. Frank It icier, of Portland City Schools Says It Is 0e Moat Flexible 'and Progressive System .in the I'nited States To day Superintendent Tooney, of Spokane, AddresHes tlie Institute President Kessler, of Monmouth Normal on Athletic Preston W. Search Tonhcht on ".Music in the Fatherland." American Officer Inveigled by Iteaiitlful Vixen of the Islands. Leavenworth, Oct. 21. In the hearing of the divorce suit of Lieu tenant Sidney Rurbimk of the Sixth Infantry against Mrs. Conception Vas ques of Vallodolld, Philippine Islands. Sergeants Euchu and Juckson and Private Byrnes testified that the wo man Is of no reputation, and that Bin-bank Is the victim of Filipino con spiracy. The records of Justice of the Pence Mrpa, who says he married the cou ple are carelessly kept. Byrnes tes tified that Tie himself had been on terms of closest Intimacy with the woman. " The Judge took under advisement a letter Burbnnk wrote to the war de partment, explaining the terms of endearment used by him In writing to Mrs. Vasques. SOLDIERS UNDER GUARD. To Frank Rigler, superintendent of j Justice, its helpfulness and Its asplra- lEiiims IN DIRE NEED iw. Sl. A junk which left October II. brings the rtHCTLAXO TKLFPHOXE OIKK tka Ua kMhfrlrm.sT i ba 0ober 1, Is atUl pro- ! mhom interruption. niMInd are saauged and . ii, harbor hiv Ines hU brl"""' the Portland city schools, according to Preston W. Search, the "schoolmas ter traveler," la due the credit of having the plan for the graduations of grammar school pupils, that gives promise of being the nest In America. In his address this morning before the aeaaton of the Inland Empire Teachers' association, Mr. Search de clared: "The best schools are not In the East, but they arc to be round In the West. Here we find the greater flex ibility tn graduations and the greater tlons. should make the best prepara tion for citizenship. Our children should be taught the common sense of doing right, the duty of giving fair equivalents, and the glories and responsibilities of American citizen ship." Superintendent J. A. Tormey, of the Spokane city schools, spoke on "Dynamical Versus Statical Learn ing." "Teach the prlctical things," he declared. "Do not give the child too much of partial payments and the doing of sums. Give him a problem of how much Trouble nt Monterey Likely to End Seriously Between Wlilte and Col ored Troopers. Monterey, Cal., Oct. 21. The sol dier who was shot yesterday was Ser geant Tooley of Co. K. 15th Infantry. Much excitement prevails at the old capltol and double guards have been placed around the camps as It Is fear ed more and serious trouble will oc cur between the white and colored troops. The citizens are also excited over the fact that during the fire the hose was cut by soldiers and but for the prompt use of a new one the city might have been destroyed. Tot extent at the dam- lf mis forms aow pasted aanni hm placed gana f a lnajala aaonntaln. i naUnie ziaang ser- psrtifflr infuetiag heavy 1st bMtfffri whsse losses, snnmomwnt at txie atege k M.m. Haw No iBronae Except Their Kai aaas UtawfU Given Tonight at 'Cordray'a TUiaite r Estimated That 100 strike Breaker Are Being (-'ladetaluely Brought From San Fraaciacwtoo Operators Are Oat. " OnVen Dead. ri Oet 11. The off. 1 sfflcen kitted ana uelober 11 and 11. Portland, Oct. -21. One hundred or more telephone operators are sore ly in need of money .as the result of the strike that began a week ago. Of the 2U0 operatora who went out. there are 100 or . more who do not - stkjtug Major General i "v their families and have no M n flekt officers killed ' UI"er. means or support than tneir era- u ta .roBortien of lllS'me'it- lat for the heaviest 1 "rHr Her .Sake" will be presented "of Makaen m 111 t oruray'a tonlKht for the benem ' kit doabtleM n.ji, ' "f 'he strikers. The proceeds will be "UKYaat. where sun ! applied to assisting those of the girls " MW ar aoanded. xheili noe,re really In need. Enough an are a vt i- , 't' Kets Dave been sold to guarantee a large crowd at .the performance, but the girls declare that there will be Plenty , of room if or any who will buy tickets. It Is stated by the strikers that De recognition of the Individual. There the Umatilla county rarmer Mses eacn is closer classification In the schools year because of poor roads, the breed- of the Ease and while I do not wish i lng of scrub cattle and things of that to be understood as saying classHlft- nature. The education of the past ration in the achols of the East, and , has been the education of the mind while I do not wish to be understood : III the future It will be also the edu assaying classification Is not needed, i cation of the hand and of action." there la danger of loo much attention j Afternoon Session. being paid to the class' and not This afternoon's session Is being enough paid to the individual." : devoted to an address by President The higher plan as well as several . E. D. Ressler. of the Monmouth Nor other. were demonstrated with dia- ' mat on Interscholastlc athletics, and grams. According to Prof. Klgter. ne by remarks by Superintendent J. allows pupils In each grade to move , Williamson, of Boise, on "Classics In forward In two different classes, ac- the Grades." This latter subject was cording to their ability and aptitude, aslgned to A. W. Hendrick, of Whit' One division covers more ground man College, but he is nnable to be than the other In the same length of present. Mr. Search spoke on Sir time. Walter Septt. "I doubt." aaid Mr. Search "If Prof, i This evening Mr Search will lec- Kigler himself fully realizes the value jture on "Music In the Fatherland." of his plan and Its Importance to the) Owing to the departure this even entire United States. I have exam- 1 lng of many of the delegates, the se ined into and made a close study of j lection of the next place of meeting all the schemes of graduation in use ! will be made this afternoon, by the principal schools of this coun- I Among the delegates of prominence try. and 1 am pleased 1m say that Rig- present, this morning, for the first ler's gives the most promise." j time are President Campbell, of the President CauapbclTs Address. j State University; Miss Rose E. Dov The session of the teachers' asso- j Principal of the Walla Walla high elation this morning was by far the " - ,?' f"P"'n"; most interesting of the entire week. I dl ot the Walla Walla cM 'H"'' President P. U Campbell, of the! World's Greatest Pictures. University of Oregon, spoke for half j Dr. Preston W. Search delivered an an hour on the training of a citizen, j Illustrated lecture last night on "The Mr. Campbell is an entertaining . World's Greatest Pictures," and an I. " It m an- i over 2.0li. ! rou-i. f IL- ... -IU-A 1.1. .... J , thit " Irom tween 76 and 100 girls from San tranclsco are en route to this city to take the place of the strikers and the strike breakers who are. imported from Seattle and other northern cities. It .Is said that the company tnat accommnriu. there have been STriM mM t 1 1. l nuapatal rJ""Bnlied to comev Jui, vnanJt- where L ttins In t. ,". ii .is saia tnat tne company lne r- Is collecting the girls quietly In order that ithelr departure may aot be knoa n to ihe unions of San Francisco. a.L w r: r- iitaTr Central , n'm"i reisirt ' stWiM .Tb Bsltle' TkT J,rth " the Tcawyj JR. KMAW BM-LAINS. I, re thus I'aiiKms Kditaa- Dkl Hot Betray die "President's t'onfiilenee. New lork. aict. SI. Dr. Albert , lhaw. ardltor of the Review of Re- I views, la reply to the acousation that a letter written by Roosevelt to him, In which the president rejects a UT gesiJon that lie i( R the secession of Panama from tha Republic of Colom- SajT"- D1- had been given out by blm In t. AW0Te. vlolaUon of confidence, said today. -J1A ,hut 'he letter was made public by KuronaVkj. Mr' Loeb' and I'cved with the eraT ' fU" oon"e"t ' presidotiU. 'He "W"' p0"itlo to th. ! Md": "' b"ev that he private ex 's,!, ny ana i preMlon D" lhe president that the In- jlll and U mea i dInd Paaama would e weU 't T re (to Klllert come. was shared In by a majority of I aS ovement zr- ia 9 Ma. 1 alHTkCatU tvAi4m Kills 71m Oeneva. N. Y., Oct. 21. three memben of train crews were killed and three Injured as a result of a CoUiMinn tWaa,.... a a. .-a. i.sjCCii iwg ireign- (.rain 'Oil the K(W Ynrlr t-a,nl lUI. kilii u,Prtd a in- The dead are Charles Ruloff. - .... pi.ui... . . .... - unnera -"B'"xr, jonn Hickory, brakeman, and George Rogers, fireman. IfM. ""Sate,, Pmi, On . 'ara . ker. lia-ht rth. today. 'hist Elertioa romnilHstoners. San Francisco. Oct. 21. The grand Jury today decided to Instruct the dis trict attorney to Institute proceedings to oust the election commissioners on the ground that the commissioners have violated the oath of office In not propertly appointing election officers. Heavjr anow and hailstorms ""'ted Kansas during the last days. have three ENGLAND'SREBUFF TO THE KAISER GERMANY CANNOT LAND TROOPS AT WALFIS1I BAY Great Britain Refuses to Allow tile Kalwr to Use British Port to Lund Soldiers and Supplies for the Cum palgn In Southwest Afrlca: Only Port Available, for 1IHHI Miles on the Bleak Const Germany Station t'aptureil. speaker and a man of charming per sonality. A resume of his remarks follows art treat seldom enjoyed In any city was highly appreciated by a represen tative Pendleton audience which fill- A new sense of power and also of; ed the First Christian church to over- responsibility ha developed In Amer- I flowing. lea since the close of the Spanish With the aid of the stereotlcon war. Springing Into the first places: Mr. Search spoke In detail on the as a commercial nation, she has also j masterpieces of the world's artists, been recognized by the older nations exhibiting pictures of Da Vinci, Rue as a dominant factor In world poll- bens, Rafael, Angelo, Rembrandt, tics. Her advice Is sought, her warn-i Bonheur. Corot,' Millet and others, Ings are heeded, and her justice Is showing the artistic beauty of each admitted. By her honesty and direct ness she Is rapidly changing meth ods of the old Insincere diplomacy. She stands now not only for liberty, but for fair-dealing and the fulfill ment of promises. Her ability to bear this burden of responsibility will depend on the character of her citi zenship. Although reports of munici pal corruption and of Illegal combina tions may cause us to fear, yet it re mains true that the great body of our citizens Is sound. Corruption Is ex posed and punished, and woe to the monopolist who trespasses too far on the patience of the people. Legal remedies are readily at hand, . and will be fearlessly used. "What shall be the nature of the training of our future citizens; first of all, to make self-respecting, self supporting men and women of them. The highest motive tn education Is to give the fullest possible development of all the powers of the Individual. "A healthy body and a healthy soul ane perequlsites to the best citizen ship. The Hfe of the school, by its and enlarging on tne scope ana aim of art as a teacher. Mr. Search has visited the art gal leries of Paris, Dresden, Berlin and the various galleries of Italy, and is familiar with the history of the mas terpieces and their creators and In terspersed his Illustrated lecture with traditions and legends current In the homes of the great masters. The lecture closed with an Intro duction of the 10 greatest pictures In the world, and with the aid of the powerful slereoptlcon, these splendid works of art were produced In their most perfect and Inspiring aspect The paintings selected by the world's art judges as the 10 greatest in ex lstence. are as follows: Ouldo's "Aurora," Da' Vinci's "Last Supper." Rembrandt's "Civic Guard, Ruben's "The Descent From the Cross," Correggio's "Holy Night, Titian's "Assumption of the Virgin1 Angelo's "Last Judgment," Murlllo's "Immaculate Conception," Raphael's "Slstine Madonna," Raphael's "Trans figuration." WRITING PEACE IETTER. Cabinet Formulating Call for Anotlier Conference at The Harue. Washington, Oct 21. The cabinet at a regular meeting today, devoted most all of Its time to the formation of a circular letter to the powers. In viting them to participate In another peace conference at The Hague. The letters will be sent out within a few days to ambassadors and minis ters abroad for presentation at the respective foreign offices. The letter will make no reference to the Russo Japanese race. PARKER CHARGES WASTE. Says the Expendltarea of Ilie Govern ment Are Too High. Esopus. Oct 21. Parker this afternoon addressed a delegation of 1000 democrats from Hudson county. to a recent address by Taft, who de nied that the republican administra tion wasted money. Rain fell all morning and made the roads muddy, but the delegation marched from the station, congre gated on the lawn and shook hands with Parker. The candidate denied that the expenditures of the govern ment have been managed In a Spirit of economy and said his charges of extravagance had not been answered. Son and Daughter of Promi nent Illinois Man Suspected of Crime. US. NELLIE THOMPSON DIES PROM UNKNOWN CAUSES. Richard II Initio. Son of MemlH'r of Board of SuiiervlsorM of Peorln, Un der Arrest, Aocuned of Murder His Victim Made an Anointment With Ills Father, But intend Was Met by Irate Son and Dnuichter, Who Are Said to Have Inflicted Fa tal Injuries Mystery Surrounds the Whole Affair Mrs, Thompson Died Without Making a Statement. Peoria, 111., Oct. 21. Mrs. Nellie ' Thompson, , wife of a former real estate dealer of tlila city, died t.oday at her home at Lacon. Richard Hlgglns, a son of John C. Higglns, a member of the board of supervisors of Peoria county, and a prominent politician, Is under arrest on a state warrant accused of the murder. The woman's death Is said to be the result of a mysterious affair In the waiting room of the Rock Island depot In this city Saturday. It is al leged that Richard Hlgglns, aged 24. and his sister Jennie, aged 28, Inter cepted a letter from the woman to their father, asking for a meeting at the depot; and that Hlgglns and his sister and an uncle, met Mrs. Thomp son, when an altercation followed. The ticket agent assisted the wo man to tne train, ana arterwara found a pool of blond on the floor ot the waiting room. The woman wa severely Injured and has been In a comatose condition for several days. She died without making a statement. It Is said that young Hlgglns and his sister admitted, the woman being at tacked at the station. Berlin. Oct. 21. The British gov ernment has positively refused to grant the request of Germany to per mlt the latter to use Walflsh Bay for landing trqops and supplies for use In the war against the natives of Ger man Southwest Africa. The refusal will, seriously Interfere with Germany's military plans In Southwest Africa, as Walflsh Buy I the only good harbor for 1000 miles along, the coast. Reports of German reverses I Southwest Africa continue to be re celved. The German station at Nom tsas has been captured by the Hoten tots. UNION PACIFIC BUSINESS. the Iargc Increase In Traffic Over 1axt Year. New York, Oct. 21. The annual re port of the Union Pacific was made public toduy. It shows a large In crease In net Income and surplus available for dividends after payin the regular dividends. Four per cent on preferred surplus will equal 11 per cent on common stock. The gross earnings are 166,270,23 and the operating expenses 126, 02 607. Ames Jury Disagrees. Minneapolis, Oct. 21. The Jury I the third trial of ex-Mayor Ames, charged with bribery, extortion and the maintenance of a wholesale sys tern of blackmail of disorderly wo men, today reported a disagreement and the case will be placed on trial again Monday. BALLIET TO BE TRIED. San Domingo Buys Arms. Washington, Oct. . 21. Minister Dawson of San Domingo, cables the state department that the Dominican government has purchased abroad 20,000 rifles and a large supply of ammunition In order to be prepared for any possible revolutionary mova , ment. Cashier Short $75,000. ' J Tulluhoma, Tenn., Oct. 21. Allen Parker, cashier of the First National Bank, Is missing. It Is alleged he Is short from $50,000 to 176,000. The bank examiner has taken charge. Officers of the bank have made good the shortage. ChtHite Will Resign. Manchester, Oct. 21. The Guardi an learns that Ambassador Choate will resign his post on March 4, next. whether Roosevelt Is elected or not. Wlilleluw Reld Is mentioned aa Choat's probable successor. MRS. WEEDEN IS DEAD. Steamer Not Lost. New York, Oct. 21. A cablegram was received today announcing the safe artval of the Spanish steamer Buenos Ay re. at Havana. Her delay was due to severe galea There were 210 passengers on board. Texas Towa Burns, Dallas. Texas. Oct. 21. Fire swept the business district of Wills Point, New Jersey. His speech was a reply Thursday. Loss, I15M0. Fourth Hearing Granted the Mining Shark. While Letson Balliet has been be fore the public In an effort to retal a large block of stock In his form White Swan Mines Company, limited, the federal officers have been pre paring for his fourth trial In the dis trict court at Des Moines for using the government mails for fraudulent purposes. November 22 Is the date fixed for the next hearing, and several wit. nesses are being summoned to attend at that time. Once the Jury In Bal llet's case disagreed, once a juror died Just as the evidence was closing, and the last time Balliet was convicted, the verdict being, set aside by the cir cuit court of appeajV for technical er rors. ' , The case has cost the government many thousand dollars, but prosecu tion Is doggedly held to. As Balliet Is now down snd will be unable to command the political Influence that formerly responded to his munificent touch, and his aged father. Judge Balliet, of Des Moines, Is his only fast friend, a speedy conviction Is regard ed probable. Mullier of Mrs. Lot Livertnore Passes Away at Vancouver. ' Mrs. Nancy Weeden, mother of Mrs. Lot Llvermore. died this morn ing at Vancouver, Wash., of senile decay. Mrs. Llvermore was present at the time. The funeral will take place tomorrow Afternoon at Vancou ver. Mrs. Weeden was past 81 years of age and had resided tn Vancouver for more than 60 years. . Besides Mrs. Llvermore, she leaves a son, William Ahern, a resident of Vancouver. Mr. Llvermore. who Is In Pendleton, will not be able to attend the funeral. Clerks' Union and Paul Strain. The local union of the Retail Clerks' Protective association met last night and appointed a committee to wait upon Paul Strain, who la to open a clothing store In this city, to request that he close his place of business each evening at T o'clock, as the other mercantile esbahllshments of Pendle ton do. The committee will report tonight. Fair Will Come Out Even. Although he has not had time to tabulate a statement. Secretary Cas well of the Walla Walla Fair Associa tion said this morning he believed that the association would have suf ficient funds to pay all expenses of tha race meeting and stock show held last week. The directors of the asso ciation worked hard to make the sec ond annual fair a success and but tor the bad weather would have realized their expectations. The gate receipts showed a large falling off, and while there were more people In the city than last year, a majority of them did not attend the races. Walla Walla Statesman. i Ii H'