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Tonight and Saturday fair. Jfiil PENDLETON, OUEdON, Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1904 NO. 5202. ii .... ar noroi hmu iida at Auburn, Cali- ;3(E CBEMATED : BURNING DWELLING. ! Knows, But There Are htod0B of ltobbery AU " m Sol, But No Gun In m ftswpoads With the Itat Used In Taking to Weber Family Head t hall? a Capitalist . Who 4Moer. . '" . ' n, Cil, Nov. 11. The body a Weber, whoie noma burn ; nijM, hia wife, daughter ai ton Earl, alaw perishing M wu found in the bath uli momlnf, parti consumed, tni point to on of the moat ocrtmw la tin klatory of the lln Weber wu shot throagk m, Bertha la the center of the aj Om boy'i head wai crasta , '. ' ' lJ e Umir to that 'Weber killed iillr ind then himself, al h be to known ta have been a -I buband and father. The iMrgr to that rabbery waa the n tar tlw quadrsple kilUng. mi oapltatlat and loaner of wu of money and had a, Bale oue. The bate la too hot to M I fit was robbed, budi of tin. Weber and Ber m held above their heada, ln tf i poalble hold-up. It la it the old man aa struck dewa "fitad and locked In the buth M prevent Interference. Weu were of IJ-callber, but lliaUbw rifle wu found la in ! QMtlonlnt tba Sou. Ph Weber, the It-year old eon. J watloned by the sheriff. CASHIEB 8H0KT. roBUclan Goea Uroug u . Mbaoatl. , , !. Nov. ll Anton K. H ehtlrman of the republl W oommitt. of St. Charlea euhler of the SL charlea has been discharged ln! out with a statement tok, accounts .how a " IIO.OOO. Th nod the shortage. lEiim WIIIKLESS. Being Made Frma Balloon. U-A large balloon ui tiabenshue. telegraph dfroW the World's - mis afternoon, trf wireless telegraph. A NOT RESIGN'. fT' "--Thomas Tag- he IV' """sanitation ,s not resign the ikT.Footb,in Game. .J?, ""borrow ba- " "rooted arrtval I ' .IT thl w'ndy t:4 .?thU,nnl "d D Ul 0,8 bnlverel- T ",ch"n alum- ,l!lil,,.,,1 under- 4. JLbl mnn'- to--mnaium. KIIjLED the sheriff. Twenty Armed Men In Purmilt Peaperadoes, Montgomery, W. Vo, Nov. 11. Jackson, who shot and killed Sheriff Daniels here yesterday, with Mis brother George Is still hiding la the mountains, with 20 armed num In pursuit. Bloodhounds which were brought here failed to take the trail. Man Miming, Horse Foaand. Baker City, Nov. 11. Stanley Harris, the erstwhile porter, at the Club saloon, Is still numbered among the missing. When he left here he was mounted on one of Spauldlng t Vaughan's saddle horses. Yesterday the horse was found turned loose near Haines and will probably be brought back to the owners today. So much time having elapsed since Harris made his get-away, the chances for his capture are rather slim. The opinion aeeina to prevail that he has gone to California in which event his return to this city 'Is a matter of doubt. , North Carolina Ijrbtiiaa. Charlotte, N. C Nov. 11. The North Carolina Library Association Is holding ita first convention here under moat favorable uapioes. 'The attendance indades representative of practically every library :n the state that boasts vt . fuse 'library, to gether with a ni'.mber of educators and other Interested visitors from tills and steisaberincr states. Mrs. Annie Smith Boss of this city Is president of the assoolntlon, and the vice-presidents are Prof. A. Bivlns of Durham, and Dr. 'Charles D. Mc Iver of "Greensboro. XMimutea on tPoftage. Salem, Nov. 11. The 'state board of portaee railroad commissioners will meet today to confer with the state engineer, who has completed aarveye and estimates - on amtldtng the road. The state Is pushing steadily forward toward the accomplishment of the deslnes ,of the people of East ern 'Oregon in building , the road. SEVEN COUNTIES FOR PROHIBITION 1 .j1 "oosevelfs oL ccoran- to I. ! ?Wn- tWO conn. ' n ri,- anis counties i i a nun Nov, n y ,0 b. I., n,tth OVT CF -2S 'n"NTlli VOTXNG, 16 'AHE -nVET." Taardiill, Iknitun, CiUiiaiu, Vooh, Cur ry, TUfeuuook nd, Jaaon 'Are Now Under rrohlUIUon 'Role Linn Do snaked ttruHibition by .But Votes -Cora-led In CllUam 'by .LeNS Tlian M Votea Benton Carried by 266 Portland, ,"ov. 11. Keturns re oelved up this afternoon snow no material -ckattiie iln the tate result, fiooeevelt's propoetlonate majority increases with the returns from al most very jkpecinat, ,and iby:-Saturday night will probably have passed 41,- 500 or even 41000. In addition to Tarrthlll, 'Banton, Gil liam, Coos and Tillamook, reported "dry," yesterday, Jutfhson ;und Curry also went furauilbltion. This gives seven for and 16 against iln ithe .28 counties which voted ion prohibition as a whole. The closeness -of the iprohlpition vote In many counties is remarkable. Linn defeated It by 96 votes. Gilliam voted for it by teas ithaa .-60. 'IFhe victory for the anti-saloon element in Benton waa gained by 266. Union defeated prohibition by 400 votes. SURRENDER OF PORT ARTHUR WILL FOLLOW ARMISTICE Reported at Tokio, Berlin and London That Capitulation Has Already Taken! Place. Cbmirma toeswl Sends a MesHenecr to tho Japanese Commander to Xo. iilate .a Surrender Polish Conscripts Ofr for the Far Fast Kustdan Soldiery Going Into Winter Quartern In Northern Manrtinria (nrr al Grippenberg Dies of Apoplexy Japanese Allege Breach of Neu trality In FurnlMhlng Coal to Ruiwian Fleet. Rome, Nov. 11. The Tokio corres- trallty. The Japanese government pondent of the newspaper Mesaggero has communicated In strong terms with several European governments wires that a report has reached there that Port Arthur has capitulated. Reported Also In London. London, Nov. 11. Several reports from private and press sources are current this morning that Port Ar thur has fallen. No official confir mation has been received. Baron Hayashl Bays he has received no in timation of such an event. A dispatch from Berlin quotes the Lokal Anzelger as containing a sim ilar report. The paper says Stoessel will evacuate today. Armistice at Port Arthur. Rome, Nov. 11. The Agenhlz Libra has a dispatch from Che Foo stating that a messenger from General Stoes sel has arrived at Japan headquar ters. It is believed hia purpose Is to ascertain what conditions the Japan ese would impose should the Rus sians surrender Port Arthur. No News at IVaaulngtun. Washington, Nov. 1L The Japan ese legation has received no news from Tokio regarding the reported capitulation- pf Port Arthur. Poles to Far East. SuKuwalki, Poland, Nov. 11. The czar arrived here todtiy to bid the troops departing for the Far East God speed. After the review of the troops his majesty gave a lunch to the German deputation. "eonr1 at r an im r a ot nocking w FEWER SHAUi TWEES. 10,00, Maine Fin Ceea 0rCiirtsV aaaa Trees. Bangor, Me., Nov. 11; The Maine farmer la already beginning to gather his crop of graceful firs to be used next month as Christmas trees in the big cities. During the past IS wears more than 16,000,600 firs have been sacrificed for Christmas trees. The demand waa small at first, but oon as the city dealers were made acquainted with the quality of - the trees, they bought more of them, ao for the past five or six seasons the shipments have been more than a million every year. The largest number was sent away four years ago, when nearly a mllloln and a half upright firs, as well aa sev eral carloads of pines, were forward ed to the wholesalers In various cities. Slnoe then the demand for larger trees has Increased, while the call for trees of small sum has almost ceased. The reason for this Is said to be that not so many trees are used In pri vate families as formerly, the mem bers of the various orders and churches uniting and patronising ome common Christmas tree, which la set up In a church or hall, and around which the company gathers to witness the distribution of presents. Chicago Grain. Chicago, Nov. 11. December wheat opened 11.11. closed 11.14 tt. May wheat opened 11.11 tt, closed 1 H". ; Corn opened Eltt.- olosed. '';. Oat opened 11, closed . Breach of Neutrality. Birmingham, Nov. 11. The Post hears the Japanese government con siders the permission granted the Russian Baltic fleet to -coal at neu tral ports as a serious breach of neu- GETS SIX YEARS. llk-iv In Stealings on CMcage vllle Soubretaea. a Chicago, Nov. 11. Herm.in H:.; charged with embezzling $W,W from the Corn Exchange National Fink, was arraigned this morning, pleaded guilty and was sent to the peniten tiary for six years. Haas was xtra dlted from Mexico. Much of the money went for the enteriainniirt tt vaudeville soubrettes. in the matter. Skirmishing in Manchuria. St. Petersburg, Nov. 11. General Sakharoff today reports that "Sharp shooters on our right flank, while reoonnoiterlng during the night, push ed aa far as Sandepu, where they met a considerable force of the enemy. who attacked them and attempted to drive them out of Erthanlzl. Rus slan reinforcements appeared and the Japanese retreated." 4Jmrral irippeuberg Dead. London, Nov. 11. A telegram from St. Petersburg states that General Grippenberg died suddenly as a result ot nn attack of apoplexy. He was recently appointed to command the second Manchurlan army, and was preparing to depart for the Far East. lews IMsurittkinaled Against. Gomel, Russia, Nov. 11. Test! .many In the trial of persons charged with being responsible for the rioting of September 14, 190S, tends to show that Sheriff Borisoff prevented the police' from firing on Christian riot ers, and that he ordered the arrest of Jews who were defending their .property. Preparing lor Winter. Mukden, Nov. 11. Russian batter ies yesterday shelled the Japanese trenches In the right center. The Japanese batteries responded. The Japanese continue to show activity on the left flank, but make no seri ous movements. The Russian sol diers are preparing dugouts and It is believed will winter in the field. War .clothing is being distributed. COPPER TO JAPAN. 10.000,060 Pounds Will Be Sent in One Consignment. New York, Nov. 11. For the first time In the history of the copper In dustry of the United States, copper Is being exported to Japan. The United States Selling Company has recently taken contracts for the de livery of 10,000,000 pounds of copper in Japan, and has already begun ship ment. Normally, Japan supplies largely the copper sold In China and the Orient, but the present war has cut down the output ot the Japanese mines, and American copper is filling the void. Nearly 3,000,000 pounds a month, or 5 per cent of the American output, is at present being exported to China alone. China produces practically no copper, although rich deposits exist in many parts of that country. KILLED BY EXPLOSION. Illinois Coal Mine Wrecked and Workmen Injured. Sprlngfiel, 111., Nov. 11. James McGee and Antone Mursta, two miners, were Instantly killed by an explosion early this morning In the new Peabody coal mine, south of this city. Five other men, imprisoned by the explosion, were rescued. Dixie Daughters In New York. New York, Nov. 11. The organiz ation of the Dixie Daughters' Club, which has for its object the promo tion of soclnl relations among South erners In this city and the study of Southern literature, was perfected to day at a well attended meeting held in the red and white room of the new Hotel Astor. Mrs. Jefferson Davis is the honorary president of the new society, and the active president Is Mrs. Hallle Mllburn Dunklin, for merly of Waco, Texas. Yacliv Designer III. Glasgow, Nov. 11. George Lennox Watson, the yacht designer, is seri ously HI. PHILIPPINE TARIFF. DEMAND REPARATION. Turkish Brigands Attack aad Plun der a Caravan. (Constantinople, Nov. 11. The American legation has addressed a note to the porte demanding repar ation for a recent attack, near Alle ho, '.by brigands upon a caravan be longing to the American firm, Mac Andrews & Forbes, of Smyrna. The '.bandits killed six of the caravan's camels and drove off 60 camels, ana stole a large sum of money. POSTAL DEFICIT. department Ran Eight and a Half Million Behind, waahlnaton. Nov. 11. The annual renort f the auditors of the postof- flce deDartment shows a deficit dur ing the last fiscal year ot $8,679,401. The total revenues of the postal serv Ice were 14,141,(61.624. rlawJb Claim Maryland. 1 Baltimore. Nov. 11. One-third of the 24 coanties in the state are not yet counted, and it probably will be Monday before all figures are in. oo far, Roosevelt's plurality keeps about 100 ahead. The count Is being very closely watched, and both sides claim vlotory. Formerly at Pendleton. Complaint wherein Margaret Reid sues James H. Reid for a divorce, was filed In the clerk's office wis morning, the ground being cruel and Inhuman treatment She asks tor tne custody of two minor children. They were married at Pendleton January 21, 1804. The Dalles Chronicle. OunuiisMion Will Be Given Power to .Regulate it. nwiunKuin, iMov. ii. Tne ques tion of chunglng the Philippines tar iti on goods Imported from other uuuiuiiei man tne united States, was discussed in cabinet meeting today. Taft favored giving full power to the Philippines commteslon to make such changes as may be necessary for the well being ,of the Islands. The pres laejit ama .other members agreed, and Roosevelt will make such a reo ojaoniendaUun to congress. CABINET CHANGES. New tteads for Postal and Commerce Dejtartmenta San Francisco, Nov. 11. A Wash ington apecial to a local paper says that Secretary of the Interior Hitch cock will shortly resign aa secretary ot eonunerce, that Metcalf will sue ceed nim, and James A. Garfield is going te head the department of commerce. It ts stated that Cartel you anil be appointed postmaster general. Foot Tom Off. John Fiska, one the of the men em ployed at the Hume mill, met with terrible accident yesterday. iie foot caught In the log-haul chain and was torn from the limb. Astorian. Central Obi Itnaehers. Dayton, o., Nov. 11. The teachers of the Central Ohio Teachers' Asso ciation are holding their convention in thla city. The officer In charge are: President, H. C. Minnich, dean of normal department Miami Univer sity; executive committee, W. H. Meek. Dayton; I B. Demo rest, of Marysvllle, and William McClain of London. Today waa devoted almost entirely to a visit of Inspection to the Dayton schools. This evening the teachers will assemble to listen to an address by President E. H. Hughes or Defauw University. ' Drifted to Sea. Hoquiam, Nov. 11. W. H. Karr, a prominent young man of Hoquiam, probably drifted to sea yesterday on an overturned boat. He and two of bis friends went duck bunting and at about 11 o'clock Karr took a small skiff to bring In a goose. The boat upset and he drifted seaward past his companions, who were unable to help him. Three steamers with searching parties aboard have gone to the rescue. ' ' Cruiser Floated Today. Pensacola, Nov. 11. The cruiser Columbia, which went aground near here last night, was floated today un injured. SUDDEN DEATHS FOUR MEN PASS AWAY IN CITY OF CHICAGO. One Was Asphyxiated, Two Fall and Expire From Unknown Causes and tlMi Fourth Was Killed In a Bridge Accident Two Companions of (lie Dead Men Suffering Prom Hurts and Suffocation. Chicago, Nov. 11. Four men met death in a sudden manner this morn ing. W. B, Pye, member of the tlrm of Wright, Nash & Co., brokers, drop fed dead at the entrance of his of fice. Edward Thleluns, head of ft Jewel ry engraving establishment, expired as he entered Columbus Memorial building, where Ills office Is located. Andrew Htuven, of Brandon, Man itoba, was found dead In a hotel, and his. companion, Angus Taylor, ot Pembroke, Ontorlo, Is unconscious as u result of asphyxiation. William Anderson, an Iron worker, was killed Instantly and John Kun kle badly Injured, while erecting a bridge over the Western Indiana tracks, by an Iron beam falling on aim. Corbln at Manila, Manila, Nov. 11. Major General Corbln, newly appointed commander In the Philippines, arrived today on the steamer Mongolia. He was met by General Wood and staff and es corted to headquarters, an da salute was fired. Corbln said Roosevelt's election put a stop to the independ ence movement In the United States. Will Deliver Special Letters, Q. C. Hatt, manager of the Western Union offices In this city, today mads a contract with the postpfflce by which the A. D. T. messenger serv ice will deliver all the special deliv ery letters arriving at Pendleton post office. The service will be rapidly extended to other lines of business as the business men come to appreciate the promptness and dispatch of the A. D. T. service. Messengers will be added to the service as the business Increaaea Pendleton Is now supplied with one of the most complete tele graph and delivery services In the state. WRECK OF Mi. PASSENGER Tender Jumped the Track Near Parsons, Dragging the Engine Off. COMPANY'S TRAVELING ENGINEER WAS INJUBKaV The Fireman Was Killed Bei the Upturned Engine, and the glneer Waa Badly Ilurtr One scngcr May Die and Others More or Less Badly Injui tlic Surgeons In Parsons Have Tuken to tlie Wreck, Eight North. Parsons, Kan., Nov. 11. A Mil rl, Kansas A Texas flyer is eight miles north. Every surgeon ss the city Is called out. It Is reporsjd! many were kilted. Fireman Was Killed. The tender suddenly Jumped thr track, derailing the engine, turned bottom up. The first cars Jumped the track, the other ska cars were damaged. Fireman Terrell was killed aad s score Injured. Edward Manchester, traveling engineer of the Katy ss tem, riding in the engine cab, wen" badly hurt, as was Engineer LeidknV N. W. Wilson, a passenger frees. Hillsboro, Texas, may die. r, SENT UP FOR SIX MONTH, V Sentence for Assault Harry Smith, Pleads Not Guilty. Bob Edmonds, a colored bootbkula, was this afternoon sentenced te asa months in the state penitentiary ear assault with a dangerous weaneav Edmonds struck Frank King, another negro, on the head with a rook. Harry Smith, white, was arralgaesT charged with larceny from a dweluac. and entered a plea of guilty. Is accused of taking clothing fn the residence of J. A. CreswelL THURSDAY AFTERNOON CLU. W ill Meet With Mrs. John Saturday tt I p, u. The Thursday Afternoon Club meet at the home of Mrs. John ley, Jr., on Saturday, November M tit 2 o'clock. Mrs. B. Burroughs ssak Mrs. Halley hostess. The topic ssr the afternoon Is the work of twm great English artists, Dante Qabrnm Rosettl and Sir Edward Burne-Joasai The program follows: Roll call ...... Sketches ot the lives of Rosettl and Burne-Jones Mrs. T. C. Tayasr The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood.. Mrs. E. B. Conknm Hossettl's Poetry "The Blesses Damozel" . . . Mrs. E. P. Marshall Christine Rossettt . . Mrs. B. Guenmat Song by Christine Rossettl .. Mrs. J. Ross Dlckaw. Has Art Study Passed the Exper imental Stage in America? Discussion Leader Mrs. R. C. French, of Westsnt HAINEY AT LIBERTY. Pleaded Guilty, But at IJlrge Durkej Good Behavior, Ed Halney Is a free man, althotafth a self-confessed forger. He eatanal a plea of guilty In the state i Ii i est court this afternoon, but upon so-- ommendatlon of the district ney and the three men he attema to defraud, sentence was suspea pending good behavior. Halney la a young man of si prominence in Pendleton and arrested for forgery had prevleaalr borne a good reputation. Ha forsnai the name of J. T. Lang to a cheek which he cashed at the store of 8US llvan Bond. Half Holiday for Clerks. The Clerks' Union has decided to take a half holiday on Thanksgiving and the stores will be closed during the afternoon on that day. The action s taken at a meeting held last night. Most of the clerks will spend Thanksgiving at home, very few of them having made any other ar rangements yet. Chauncey It. Depew. 11 years of age. averaged too miles and four speeches dally during the campaign Just ended. Adjourned Till Nineteenth. The county court adjourned the afternoon after completing the a seal Ing of bills for ths month of Octeasic. A special session has been called hr Judge Bean on November It for that purpose of announcing the result ah the recent vote on prohibition. Taat local option provides that where a 'election has been held the eoawsar court shall eonvene 11 days aftsrwaae) and announce the result ; i e" e Buffalo, N. T., Nov. 1L e An explosion of gasoline at the e Polsen automobile station earty e this morning resulted In the serious Injury of four men aad caused a fire which ruined If e automobllea Several chat fears e and automobile owners barely 6 escaped with their Uvea Three e e of the injured were burned, the e fourth was stunned by the ex- 1 plosion.