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EVENIN6EDITI0H After yon have read the ads., you are ready to go shopping. Pen dleton's best bargain giving stores are rep resented In this paper. WEATHER REPORT. Cloudy with occasional rain tonight and Tuesday. VOL. 21. PENDLETON, OREGON, MONDAY, MAY 1J. 1908. NO. G279 - s. CASTRO SHOWS ' HIS FEELINGS Venezuelan President Ignores Bureau of American Reoub- lics Ceremonies. ONLY IMPORTANT COUNTRY IN WESTERN HEMISPHERE All Other Rulers Send MesMgcg of Congratulation Omission Cons! eml SlgiiifleeiH Because of tlio Strained Relations Between United Ho took the law examination In this States and tlic Soulli American Re- city last week before the supreme ITTZM U'RICE DROPPED IT Would-be Attorney Took Retainer Fee Frotn Wullii Walla Men, Rut llur rledly Returned It. Maurice Fltzmaurice, would-be at torney and lecturer, who has been be fore the Pendleton public more or less during the last few months, has come Into brief notoriety In Walla Walla through accepting a retainer fee from Barnes Brothers, accused of murder Ing Mrs. Aldrlch, while he was not licensed to practice law cither In Ore gon or Washington It Is said that Fltzmaurice took $76 from the Barnes boys and when. Walla Walla attorneys found It out they went after the Irish lecturer to see what right he had to practice In the state and upon advice from attorney! Fltzmaurice hurriedly returned the re talner fee and "dropped" the case He has been severely criticized for attempting to engage In law practice In Washington without a license, an attorneys are very bitter against him HID MS A GUN TRAGEDY public Iinnrcwtlve Ceremonies At' tend tlie Laying of Oornormoiie For tile Home of the Bureau. court, but It Is not yet known whether hi passed or not. 11 MEETING IMS II SUCCES Washington, May 11. President Castro of Venezuela did not send a message of congratulation when the formal ceremonies attendant to the laying of the cernerstone of the home of the International bureau of Ameri can republics were held today. Venezuela was the only Important nation In the western hemisphere EIGHTY VISITORS LEFT whose ruler aid not sena a capie mes- RESERVATION TODAY sage expressing congratulation ana hp nmlnnlon la slsnlflcant due to the strained relations which now exist About Forty Additions During Revi between Castro's government and the val at Tutullla .MisMon Yakimas, United States. Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore, de livered the Invocation and Bishop Cranston the benediction. The exer cises were held at S o'clock in the presence of an enormous crowd. John Barrett, director of the bu reau introduced Secretary of State Root, who presided. The building and site cost $1,000,000. In addressing the big gathering, Warm Springs and Nex Perce Re turn to Then Homes Meetings Begin at Yakima Wednesday. Eighty visiting Indians left Pendle ton today ror their homes at the warm springs, Yakima and Nex Perce reservations after having at tended the two weeks revival at the Ambassador Joaquin Nabuco praised Tutuilia Presbyterian mission on the Kooseveit ana uarnegie. racing me Umatilla reservation. President he said: "No president or Aoout 400 Nez perce. ,eft for ,he me unnea oiaies win leave i m nortii. 20 Warm Springs for the west nistory or ran Americanism a ueeper and about 20 Yakima's will leave a mark than you are cutting rrom 4:30 over the Northern Pacific for ocean to ocean io cnange me sea t the north. riiu. ui u,.u BU u, tv, u,,B Tne revlva, meetings whlch Jugt nearer the peoples and cities of the cl0gea have been the succe8fuI two fronts of our continent. An- ever held on the Umatilla reservation drew Carnegie rrfade a short address. and havo been tne mean() SOLD LIFE DEARLY benefitting the tribes which took part Wliile it is not known definitely how I mfinV Arinlf innsi vac. mada m.. One of Mr Giil.uW Victims Did tulIla cnurch durlng ,he meetng8 u lis thought that at least forty new Not Die Easily, La Porte, May 11. Evidence came members will be added. to light today Indicating that the body Sam Indian Hymn. of Andrew Helgallne, one of Mrs. At the O. R. & N. depot today while uuinness Hiicgea victims, uiu nui iuii waning ror the train to leavA the a victim to nis aeam mow unui ar- Christian Indians gathered on the ter he had made a desperate fight for platform and sang all of their Indian nis lire. nymne m the Nez Perce in nfrtinorp All nr. J. n. Meyer, wno mane an ex- or me members Joined In with on amlnatlon of the corpse, reported to thuslasm and was a most novel snec- the coroner that he found several tacle and furnished entertainment for orown curiy iiuirs in me ciencnea aiarge crowd of people who ri8l cii neugaiines ngni nana, u is waiting for the train supposed that In the death struggle Among those to leave for thp Wnrm he pulled the hair out of the scalp of Springs reservation was Rpv a n nis mayer. uiCKey, white missionary on tht rwiKv me nuw vtiiiniH iu avcciJi me ervauon-who has been In mnn original theory that Mrs. Guinness upon the meeting. Rev Dickey has died In the fire which destroyed her been on the Warm Springs rescrva- imiinr. lion lur me nnst voar anA ti.,- .t.. - lulus me tribe verv prorresstvo in mo itiovvr. i I nprp nrn n hunt nunn.fi... oers or tne Prpnhvtprinn i,..u W If.... I V'. 1TM .. . - -muitll UII "" """ mat reservation. Thrpp MenonMilns. ' the Warm Springs. Columhin m. aun irunciBcu, oiay n.-ine nin ana Flute, are spoken on the w day or tne neei a siay in an rran- springs reservation and an Intpmro clsco bay was cold and cloudy, but ter Is necesnry in conversing with thp me unravoraoie weuiner conauions umntiiias, yaklnths or Nez Perce's. aia nui uuit-r nunureus oi nunors una uev j. M. Comellson mlsslonnrv oiiicfrs iioiii limning nuniLTuus nine "t me tutuilia church left with the side trips In automobiles and obser- Yakima Indians this afternoon and vation cars. wm take part n the revival. tn ho.i tieaaea Dy a aeincnment or ponce, mere on weanesday of this wpek 150 gaily aecorated machines left DAVID STAR JORDAN'S NAME IS HISSED Market street and turned into China town and the latin quarters. In the party were Admirals Sebree, Swln- U T-v.. -. . .. .1 a uurnr, ua,j,wfi aim peri y. wyor BflnPr0nrlB M 1-1 mu- w. ..h h nf.,pr- ' or...D?vW Starr Jordan greeted " - " ' - - - - wrn nnn.a a j j - . m . . . , . . jviio mm jeers ai a meet' lonigni a ooxing lournament opens in- of tha a0ioH and this afternoon the championship ,n,t nlg,u "men b7 a fleet baseball game Is being played. Ln.L . .Turdfln1. f rlan IoViIh .1. 1... " " ."iiiuoiuu lur 1MB JilDUn 1 ese and his strictures on thp man whn Indianapolis, Ind., May 11. It isl believed war with Janan a nn,stniiitv rumored here that Vice . President aroused this feeling. Jordan recently Fairbanks may drop quietly out of declared the war scare was the fruit the presidential campaign without of the ravings of the yellow press of uny iui inui mniuuiiceiiieni m mai er- i-jurope and agitators m the United rect. it is saia mat Tan s victory in States. Kentucky has convinced the Indiana Woman Notorious in Two States is Fatally Wounded s by Bartender. DECLARES SHE WOULD HAVE KILLED HIM BUT GUN FAILED. Victim Arretted in Portland for Coun terfeiting and Was Being Sluidowed by DetJtllves at Time of Tragedy Man Says He tyiot in Self'-DefciMC Rut Is Lodged in Jail Woman Dis played Revolver While Waiting for Him on Porch of Saloon Married Coos Bay Lumberman. Marshfield, Ore., May 11. Mrs. Bartha Etta Gordon Lurch, well known In police circles In Portland, Sacramento. and San Francisco, is ly' Ing In Marshfield hospital dying be- cause of a bullet wound in the kid neys as a result of a quarrel with S, Anderson, a bartender, early this morning. Anderson is In jail and Bays he shot the woman In self-defense. The woman came to the saloon and waited on the porch several hours for Anderson. She displayed a loaded revolver several times. Finally Anderson came out to her and the couple took a launch to go to North Bend. In a few minutes a revolver shot was heard and the launch put back with the wounded woman and Anderson. He lmmedi ately gave himself up. Mrs. Lurch declares she would hav'! shot Anderson, but could not make her revolver work. The federal detectives have been watching her for some time, it Is said, In the belief that she Is a part of a gang passing counterfeit money about Coos Bay. The woman was arrested In Port land some years ago as a member of counterfeiting gang, but was re leased.' Later she gained notoriety by claiming to be the wife of Edward Sam Goon, a Coos Bay lumberman, whom she afterwards married. smith is era TORNADO SWEEPS . OVER OKLAHOMA Woodward, Okla., May 11. Level- ng everything In Its path, a tornado of unusual violence swept over a por tion, of the state today causing heavy- damage at Arnett,' Vlcl, Cooley, Grand and other small towns. Loss of life Is reported at Arnett. The tornado passed over a dltsrlct 75 .miles long. The towns visited are off the rail roads and only nfeagre reports of the disaster have been "received. Crook County Jury Gives Verdict Against the Ex Sheriff., FIRST VERDICT AGAINST CENTRAL OREGON COWMIiN. Sam C. Smith Found Guilty of Burn ing: Ex-Congrewftiian Williamson's Shearing IViih Jury Was Out But 13 Hoiu-h Trial of Smith In Finale of Long and Bitter Factional War In Crok County. Prlnevllle, Ore., May 11. Ex-Shcr-Iff C. Sam Smith, has been found pullty by the Jury of burning the sheep shearing sheds' of ex-Congressman J. N. Williamson, after deliber ating on the evidence for over 15 hours. Smith was convicted on the evidence of Larkin Elliott a former accomplice, who confessed on the stand. A new trial will be asked for today. This Is the first verdict In central Or egon given against the cowmen In the range war troubles. This is the finale of a bitter fac tional and neighborhood fight which grew out of the range wars and land frauds trial and almost the. entire population of Crook county Is divided In the matter. Barns, hay stacks, sheep sheds shearing pens and dwellings have been burned, miles of wire fences have been cut and irrigating ditches ruined by th warring' factions and the convic tion of Smith It Is thought, will serve to further embjtter the factions. T OF if DEEDS FILED DEPUTY SHERL Si'LAKELEY VICTIM X ACCIDENT 4 Falls Against Curb, Such Force Afl to Render Hlf. o"ciou.1. Joe Blakeley, dep ierlff, now has the appearance ot ig collided with a battleship and V me Is due to an accident that bef ti Friday night. He had been a -.ton that day and In the evening returned to this city by auto. When the machine pulled up by the concrete walk at the court house Deputy Blakeley stepped out and In some manner slipped and fell against the curb. Being a heavy man he hit the walk with force and was rendered unconscious. He struck against the curb with COMPANY IS EVIDENTLY the left side of his head - and was badly bruised. He was also injured somewhat on the shoulder and left hand. When picked up the deputy sheriff was Insensible and for a time It was feared he had received a,frac tured skull. However, such was not the case and he was not seriously hurt though It will be several days before his eye will be back to Its nor trial state. Promoters of Electric Line From Walla Walla Over Mountains Are at Work. . ACTING IN GOOD FAITH? S-lallstH In Convention. Chicago, .May 11. John F: Carey of Massachusetts, was this morning elect ed chairman of the socialist national convention. Indications today are that the convention will nominate a candidate for president Thursday and will adjourn the next day. Guy Mil ler of Tellurlde, will today extend to the convention the greetings of Ernest Mlllfr, secretary of the Western Fed- tatlon of Miners. In an Impassioned address Victor Berger of Milwaukee, demanded that the socialist party declare In favor of trades unions. He warned the con vention that he and his friends would bolt If unionism was not favored. For a while the convention was In i uproar because of the fight be tween representatives of the Ameri can Federation of labor and the In dustrial Workers of the World.. statesman of the futility of any furH ther struggle for delegates'. GRAND MASTER HERE. Maimirf Will Hold Social Meeting to Greet Head Officials of state Grand Lodge. Grand Master Lot L. Pierce "of the Three Speeches a Day, Drain, Ore., May 11. Judge H. M. Cake arrived at Drain this morning. to deliver a speech here today?' He then will speak at Cottage Grove. It was rand lodge of Oregon Masons, Is in announced by the Cake party today ttie c'ty today to visit Pendleton lodge that Judge Cake's Itclnary would de- No- si tonight, when a special meet- mand three speeches a day from now ln8f wl" be,held for that purpose. until election day. I orand Master Pearce will go to. Umatilla tomorrow to organize a Boise Bank Reopens. 1 lodge at that place with a charter Boise, May 11. Plans for reorgan- membership of about 20. Izatlon of the Capital State bank with Worshipful Master W. H. McCorm- deposits of over a million dollars, mach of Pendleton lodge, urgently re- were approved by Judge Wood today quests a full attendance of ihe mem- and May 28 was fixed as the reopen-Iters tonight to greet the grand' mas- inar nf 4hn Institution. I tpr Queer Growth In Water Pipes. Weston Is again annoyed, by the presence of a curious growth In the feed pipe supplying the waterworks reservoir, says the Weston Leader. It is a fibrous mass resembling a switch of human 'hair save that It is many times tis long. Whether the roots penetrate the vitrified clay pipe t the joints or germinate In the silt ashed down from ; tho head, Is a question not yet decided. There is no mistake, however, that this water weed Is entailing a good deal of dif ficult work for Marshal Bryant, who Is assisted by Louis Nolte. STRIKE IN SALEM MILLS. Toni Kay Closes Down Woolen .Mills for Spinners' Strike. The Oregon Dally Journal says of the woolen mill strike at Salem: Senator Tom Kay's woolen mills In this city, employing 120 hands, are shut down completely tonight because of the strike of nine spinners. The strike, which is of an Independent na ture, .there being no union here, is be cause of the reduction In wages made the first of the year, ranging from 5 per cent to 12 V4 per cent. The strike was a complete surprise. though two of. the men had already served notice May 15. The four spinners working through last night, met the force of five that were to have begun at 8 o'clock this morning and together they marched into Kay's of fice and demanded a return to the old scale under which six of the nine re ceived 12 a day instead of $1.75 as at present, and the other three made $50 per month instead of $40 as they do now. Kay has sent his foreman to Ore gon City to secure spinners, but Is un able to get assistance from that city. Salem "Cleaned Up." Salem's first annual clean up day was even a greater success than the promoters had hoped, says the Salem Statesman. Streets. alleys, back yards and front yards, vacant lots and every place that harbored a collec t'on of the cans or rubbish, received attention. The city presents a better appearance this morning In conse quence. Many of the merchants put as many men at work as they could secure, In cleaning up about their premises. The schools and colleges were dis missed and the young folks did excel lent service. The city was divided Into four dls trlctB and. the work was done syste matically. Next year It Is planned to organize the forces earlier and make the move rnent general. PIONEER CROSSES GREAT DIVIDE Deeds Specify That Electric Line Shall Be in Operation Within Two Years or Documents Are Void S. Drum helier and E. S. Isaacs, Two Garden City Men, Secure the Right of Way lYojMTty Holders North and East of Milton Are Grantors Several Pa- -pcrs Filed Recently.. Six electric line right of way deeds were filed here for record today and they are evidently for the road that la projected from Walla Walla through the Blue mountains to Union county. Not long ago a number of similar deeds were recorded and from the L. MORSE DIED AFTER descriptions given in those filed today - AN EXTENDED ILLNESS 18 aPDarent tnat tne company is bent: on Duuaing tnrougn tne mountains. The right of wav deeds lust record- Leading Citizen of Pilot Rock and ed are made to S. Drumheller and E. Resident of County For Near Half I S. Isaacs and in each case the consid- a Century Served Ad a Deouty I eraxion namea is xi. The grantors ti. r. white. Anderson, W. United States Marshal For 14 Years S' B Merrlman- Brother of Mrs, A. M. Raley 1 " T ' V ""r"""1' ' Grosgebaum and James Thomoson. ruuCTui juuiuitow Aiieruuuii. Tt la nec fled In the nirreementB that the grantees shall use the land S. L. Morse, pioneer resident of specified as a right of way for an Umatilla county and brother of Mrs. electric line to be built from Walla A. M. Raley, died at the hospital at Walla and that the line shall be in 3 o'clock yesterday after a linger- operation within two years, Ing illness. He had been taken to the hospital from his home at Pilot I Former La Grande Woman Dead. Kock several weeks ago. At the time The remains of Mrs. Thomas Al ne was suffering from pneumonia and drich, formerly of La Grande, who he never fully recovered from the ef- died at the home of her daughter. Mrs. fects of that trouble. The immediate A. E. Ackerly at Waverly. Wash., on cause or nis aeatn was heart failure. Friday nhrht. were taken throueh Sat- The body of the dead pioneer is urdav evenlne to La Grande, where now at the residence of County Clerk the funeral took place today. Mrs. t rank baling and the funeral will be Aldrlch was a pioneer resident of La ..e.u irom mat piace tomorrow alter- Gnande. Her husband, who was em noon at 2 o'clock. The services will plo.ea by the O. R. & X. for a num- ..uuuuBieu oy ev. i-nanes Viuin- ber of years 41ed three year, ag0 ot nc, iccwr Ul 1MB episcopal Cnurcn -heart AUttaaa aim uy me memoers or .Pendleton InilarA XTt CO A . .1 1 w rt. V. ttllU A. Al. n.Vlnd fl,.l!, v Una T?, -,T IX. a (tea av 9 vfc J A M v v' im lli u, r,0,.T. Charles Ogilvy. who was seriously btepnen Lovejoy Morse was born hurt in a runaway several weeks ago, near Augusta, Maine, In 1834. and was In Pilot Rock from his home in tnererore at the time of his death was California gluch, for the first time 74 years of age. He was married to since his inlurv Wednesday, savs the Minerva Hepper in - Minneapolis in pi)ot R0ck Record. The old man is isdo ana crossea the plains to Oregon hi m'aeif nin nd khvs ho hna takon. In 'C t TT - - , .VI i . ... v.. wing iu mis uiace ana set- hi. i. rint . l . ... ,. - i ... u. ueu on me norm siae or tne river while Mrs. Raley located upon the south bank. After arriving here the deceased resided continuously in Pendleton .until 14 years ago when he moved to Captain Kkld Fined. L. S. (Captain) Kldd pleaded guilty to assault and battery before 'Justice of the Peace Joe Parkes this morn- i Ji i .l. .u - r Pilot Rn . r..t 1.1. ....... "n a,lu "e waa Bum Ul - - - "i-i avuve uavs I . . . , . . : ana cosis. he was engaged in stock raising and for the most of the time was in the sheep business. Children of the deceased are Mrs. Frank Saling. Mrs. Willis Moxin. St Johns, Mrs. Lee Butler, Poplar, Mont., Clarence Morse, Pilot Rock: Harrv Morse, Freewater and Zlbex Morse of Idaho, The particular charge against Kldd was that In the process of a dispute with a neighbor on Mc Kay creek he threw a rock at his enemy. Teachers For Adams School. J. F. Slaughter and Mrs. L. A.. Slaughter have been engaged to teach The late Mrs. Carden of Athena was Aclams n.ext '!". the!r f0ntra:t3 also a sister of the deceased and the navlng 3ust Deen niea wun tne coun" two Carden brothers, Al and James ty 8UPerintendent- A sa'arv ot $S5 Carden of this city, are nephews of ' e T, v . Preacher Would Use Press. "If I had the money I would put the "gospel red hot into all the dally papers. I would use the advertising departments and pay for the adver tising." This new doctrine of evan gelism was expounded by the Rev. A. C. Dixon of Moody church In a talk to the Congregational ministers in Masonic temple, Chicago, last week. 1 REM W5 PUBLICITY COMMITTEE J. II. Gwlnn, J. S. Vinson and W. H. Skinner have been named by C. B. Adams, president of the realty men's association, as a committee to repre sent the association In the matter of a publicity bureau. A meeting of the committee will be held here tomor row afternoon for the purpose of dis cussing the subject. Tomorrow evening the publicity bureau mass meeting will be held in the Commercial Association rooms for the purpose of further working but plans for the bureau. It Is-the in tention to select a committee at that time to have charge of the fund when raised and immediately afterwards the work of soliciting for the fund will be taken up In earnest. the deceased. ror fourteen years the deceased was a deputy U. S. marshal, having neaaquarters here a portion of the time and In Portland the remainder. He was a republican by politics and was widely known and highly respect ed by all the older residents of the country. Aside from his membership in the Masons he also belonged to the local chapter of the order of the Eastern star- while $55 per month is the amount named In Mrs. Slaughter's contract. . William Ca.ey Died at Dale. William Casey, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Casey of this city, died at his home near Vale Saturday. Death was caused by pneumonia. The funeral was held yesterday at Hamilton and several relatives from this city were in attendance at the service. IDAHO REPUBLICANS RY. Strain Is Recovering. C. P. Strain, county assessor, Is now gradually recovering from his severe Illness and today It was reported by Special Train, of 10 Cars nenrlng Del- tne hosPital attendants that he Is mnlnd t c.... n .... .. """ uiuiib i.m.j. i-ueu n,iS corning. IMcatello Will Make Brick.. A special train of 10 Pullman cars Thirty-seven thousand five hundred bearing Idaho delegates to the state pounds of machinery for the plant of republican convention at Wallace, the Pocatello Pressed Brick and Man- passed through the city at S o'clock ufacturlng company of this city, beln this morning, over the O. R. & v the second carload of machinery to The train was sent around by way of arrive from the east, was unloade J Umatilla instead of being run by way yesterday at the plant one mile north of Walla Walla from this city. . of town by the mammoth Short Line About 400 delegates from southern derrick, use of which was a-enerouslv inano were on board, but few of them permitted by the obliging railroad of- nere out or bed when the train pass- ficlals, says the Pocatello Tribune. ed this city. The crew at that plant has been rtntihr. ed and work of placing the machinery Approximately 69,000 acres of land so a to be In shape for making brick withdrawn from the public domain within 10 days or two weeks Is being in connection with the Big bend Irrl- rushed. gatlon project, Washington, have At a recent meeting of the boar.i nf been restored to entry and will be-1 directors of the company it was voted come suojeci to settlement and en- that on and after May the price of iry on sucn, ana after such notice by stock would be Increased from 60 to puoi'cation as tne secretary of the 75 cents per share. interior may prescribe, says the Ppo- Kane cnronicie. Tnese lands lie In Rnker Oltv I. mnlclno- nrrnimnt. townships IS to 18 north, ranges SO I for a grand celebration on the Fourth- to u east. 0f jutv.