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MGEDITftT TVEATIIER REPORT. Pair and warmer to night and Tuesday. Take your stor new to the people and th people wlU bring their patronage to year stor. VOL. 21. PENDLETON, OREO ON, MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1908. NO. 6314 Ml, Li, THIEF ID CUB Few of Epithets Hurled Against Accused Bank Wrecker by Prosecuting Attorney, BAUTXKTT SITS UN .MOVED THROUGH IT ALL Prosecutor Cook Delivers Olio of tlie Fiercest 'Invectives Evt Hurled Against a PrlsoniT at (lie Bar Declare Accused Hunker Broke Faith Willi tlie Dead, In Guilty of Breach of Trut-t uikI Laws of II nanee Calls I'ikhi Jurors to Find Hint Guilty. San Francisco, Juno 22. Coward, liar, thief and cur are some of the epithets applied to Walter Dartnett, the accuBed wrecker of the Califor nia Safe Deposit & Trust, company, by Assistant District Attorney Cook In one of the fiercest Invectives ever hurled Hgalnst a man at the bar. - Conk went at length Into the evi dence that had been introduced and frequently pointing hs finger at the defendant, who sat unmoved. Cook asked for conviction on the first count on which Hartnett Is be lug tried, that of stealing $31,700 as a special amlniHtrator of the estate of the late Ellen M. Colton. "That man Hurtnett," crlek Cook "Is guilty of the worst kind of ti breach of faith. He failed and was false to the trust put him In by the dead. He Is guilty of a breach of the laws of finance. "5entlemen, upon your verdict de pends the financial confidence of the city." It Is said that Drown, Bartnett and Treadwell are responsible for the wrecking of the bank. Brown Is serving a term In th penitentiary. The defense speaks this afternoon and the case will probubly go to the Jury tonight. SUICIDE A GRAFTER. Man Found Dead at Tnconia Wanted In Philndcljilila. ' Port Townsend, Wash., June 22. Information has reached here leading to the belief that the body of the dead man found here two weeks ago was that of J. O. Brain and that he com mitted suicide because of cxpostures In the state capltol graft cases of Pennsylvania recently. The tailor's mark and a part of a letter head bearing the name of a Philadelphia architectural decorating firm assist in the Identification, The body was found In the shrub bery near the city park. Sixteen dol lars were found In the pockets and near by a scrap of paper on which was penciled tho words: "May God forgive me." He Is supposed to have been en route to Treadwell, Alaska, as a strike breaker. WIFE, II, I) EX I ED DIVORCE. DEY1UHASERS STARVE WOMAN Hcllfrlous Fanatics Are Plnecd on the taw's Carpet. Chicago, June 22. Following the allegation she was starved to death by "Devil Chasers," the police today are making an Investigation of the cir cumstances surrounding the demise of Mrs. Iulse Thompson, wife of Itev. Adam Thompson, of the new cult In Zlon City. Sensational exposures are promised. There have been no arrests so far. The woman was burled Friday. It Is reported that the cult decided Mrs. Thompson was possessed of a devil. She submitted to the fasting treatment to "expel the devils." She went without food or a drop of water according to the story, when she beg ged for a morsel of food and wnter, crying that she was being gnawed to death by the pangs of hunger and burning with thirst, the watchers re fused, saying: "Hold out a little longer, ilrnr sister, and the evil one will be defeate'," ' The woman's body was emaciated, and drawn with horrible lines, Indi cating the most excruciating suffer ing. The "Devil Chasers" are a cult of fanatics. NOTARIES MEET DEATH IN TRAIN WRECK, YoiKhful Pair" In Court at Butter. Husband Said to Havo Sent Her Rack to Her Mother. Butte, Mont, June 22. Suit for di vorce was begun today by Mrs. Jen sle Bryant, aged 14, against her hus band, Luke E. Bryant, aged 20. The trouble followed n visit by the girl to her mother, the youthful husband, it Is said sending her clothes and tell ing her to Htay. At the hearing It developed that Bryant Is carrying a gun for protec tion against the girl's father, who is a pugilist. The court refused the do cree. SIXTEEN RIGHT OF WAY DEEDS FOR ELECTRIC LINE ARE FILED. Sixteen right of way deeds covering land between Milton and Athena were filed with the county recorder today and they Indlc cate the extension of the Walla Walla-Milton line southward. The Instruments filed today are agreements for right of way deeds for an electric line and eight of them are given to E. 8. Isaacs, trustee, while eight are to S. M. Drumheller, both being Walla Walla men. In each Instance the parties agree to grant right of way deeds for an electric line under certain conditions and the consideration is named at II In each case. Those giving , agreements to E. S. Isaac are T. J. Watts, Narvesta.A. Steen, C. E. Slmonds, C. A. Bar rett, George Carmichael, J. A. Badley, Ralph E. -Key and Alex John son. Those made out to Drumheiler are Frank Dlckerson, T. J. Benglc, J. O. Hendrlckson, J. N. Campbell, Fred Press, J. F. Kll gore, T. J. Conrad and H. E. and Jennie Turner. All of the land described In the agreements lies between Milton and Athena and this fact would Indicate clearly the Intention of the traction company to extend Its line to the Umatilla county wheat belt. BANKERS MEET EAT MEN OF FINANCE DO NOT FORM ORGANIZATION Encli of Thirteen Financial 'Institu tions in Umatilla County Repre sented at Gailming In Pendleton Saturday Evenings Visitors Were Guests of Iocal Men at Banquet Closer Relationship Promoted. CHICAGO IN GRIP OF HEAT ME Two Killed and Many Pros trated by Sun's Rays This Morning. ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO WALK ALONG STREETS! 10 DECLARED Oil INDIANS Massacre of Americans in Northern States of Mexico is Feared, UNITED STATES AND MEXICAN TROOPS UNITE Pavements and Stone Walls Throw Off Heat Wave Thousands of Electric Funs Merely Keep 1I4 Air Stirring Hospitals lTcurc for Rush Treatments AmhuluiicH Dashing Thnmgli Streets With tlie Prostrated Suffering n (Xmgcstcd Skyscrupers Intense Nu Relief Promised. With most of the financiers of the county In attendance the bankers' banquet was held at the Hotvl Bow man Saturday evening and It proved a decidedly pleasant affair. The out side men were the guests of the Pen dleton bankers and they were enter tained In a most fitting manner. SddlTs of Two Government Will Curry Out Plan to cxtcriiiliuuo and Crush Forever Murderous' Tribe of Vaqnls Twenty Indians Killed in One Pitched Rattle Town people and Even Women Take Hand hi tho Fighting. Chicago, June 22. This city today is in the grip of a terrible heat wave. Before noon there were two deaths, and a dozen prostrations. William Hobson, aged 65, dropped dead in a downtown alley, while Frank Pass, aged 35, was overcome hauhau. the Indians resisted so des and dieJ in n swoon in Laeranee. a perately that 20 were killed and City of Mexleo.Nix., June 22. Fearing a. massacre of Americans by Yaqul Indians In the northern states of Mexico, United States and Mexi can troops are today waging a vigor ous warfare to crush forever the murderous tribes. In a battle at Buena Vista in -Chi.. TRY STEVE ADAMS TODAY. RejKirt of Conspiracy to Free Alleged Murderer. Grand Junction, Cal., June 22. Steve Adams Is here to be tried for the murder of Arthur Collins, manag er of the Smuggler-Union mine at Tel lurlde, Sheriff Meldrum having arriv ed with him at 2 o'clock Saturday morning. One hundred veniremen will be summoned for the case, and in this connection there has developed what Is said to be one of the most carefully laid plots ever mapped out by tho Western Federation of Miners to free Steve Adams. For more than a month, it Is alleged, paid spies of the federation have been coming Into Mesa county and circulating literature concerning the "persecution" of Ad ams. Directed by the headquarters here, the county has been thoroughly can vassed by fluent talkers who have en deavored to disguise their object, but have Industriously circulated stories of how mlneowners, after falling to convict Haywood and Pettlbone, have been moving heaven and earth to hang Adams and terrorize the federa tion. Federation men have sought em ployment in every Industry in the county with the object of being drawn on the Adams Jury. The orders from headquarters are said to be to "go the 'limit to acquit Adams." District Attorney Sellg, General Bulkeley Wells and their associates In the prosecution say they will defeat the conspirators, and have made plana to overcome the handicap the Inner circle has placed around them. CELEBRATIONS U HU M h Double Affair Will Beted' Off on Umatilla Resr ition July Fourth. CHRISTIAN AND PAGAN REDS TO DIYIDK. Festival by One, While Paint, War Dance, Horse Races and Oilier Characteristic Events Will Mark Other Old Agency Grounds Scene of First, While Second Will Be at Cay aw Station Commencement Exercises at Agency School Next Wednesday. Although Pendleton Is seemingly U have no Fourth of July celebration . ' this year the Indians of the reserva- tion are more patriotic and a big -c'fouble celebration Is now being plan ned by the three tribes under the care of Major McFatrldge. At the camp ground near Cayuse station the old time Indians, those who paint and dance, will hold a char acteristic celebration and war parnrt along the lines followed three years I ago and at other times In the pasL It will be necessary to hold the cele bration at Cayuse this year because the old camp ground Just above the agency has been partly plowed up and the race track destroyed. While the warlike members of the tribe are holding their pow-wow at Cayuse the Christianized redskins un der Rev. J. M. Cornelison will hold a festival at the old agency grouruls. CHARLES MILLER IS j this side of the present agency. LODGED IN JAIlJ, People of this city who desire to . watch the Indians celebrate will fin It possible to visit both camps on th ARRESTED FOR HORSE STEALING Rents Rig of McBrlde Stables at Athe na ami Neglects to Return It Be lieved by Officers to Be Same Man Wanted u Gilliam County to Ans wcr to Charge of Forgery. suburb. The weather man promises no re lief until night. In the business section the pave- mauy wounded. Townspeople aided the soldiers, even the women taking a hand. The department has planned a ments and stone walls are throwing campaign of extermination, believing The gathering was for the purpose: off heat waves and it Is nardly pos-,th,!l 1h the only effective way of put- slble to walk the streets. The suffer- " 1,n e,,d t thf depredations of Ing Is Intense In the skyscrapers , ,he Indians. where congested conditions exist. Electric fans are going by thou-! CHANGE OF VENUE PETITION sands but merely keep the hot air. TEMPORARILY DENIED stirring and offer no relief. Hosplt- als are prepared to give quick atten-J Kmnor Says Judge Brents Will Not of bringing the bankers into closer association and It Is possible that some time In the future a regular county organization will be formed. No formal action of that kind was taken Saturday, but tho subject was discussed and many were found fa vorable to such a plan. According to the bankers the ob ject of their gathering was to bring the different banks of the county In to closer touch with each other and to talk over matters of general Inter est In the financial and Industrial fields of the county. MINISTERS ARE EGGED. Baton Rogue, IjH.,' Juno 22, Sev eral arc rcKntcd killed and many In jured today n the wreck of Baton Rogue & Eastern railroad. State Representative Jones Is said to be among the dead, while several sena tors and representatives ore Injured. Specific details are lacking-. PAPER MANUFACTURERS FINED. New York, June 22. Federal Judge Hough today fined 21 manufactur ers of Manila paper $2000 each on plea of guilty to tlie charge, of vio lating the Sherman nntl-triisl law.' Twenty-three were members of the alleged combination indicted by the federal grand Jury last week. Wallace IYcachcrs Arouse Ire of Li quor Interests. Wallace, Ida., June 22. & Atack- ed by a crowd of three hundred men, Rev. Charles McCaughey of the Con gregational church, and Rev. J. D. Neilnn, of the First Methodist church of this city, were bombarded Sunday with eggs In an alley and forced to lock themselves In a barn from which they were rescued by Chief of Police Adams and a policeman. For some time the two ministers havo been prosecuting a crusade against the liquor Interests. They were entering an alley In the rear of John Watson's saloon when the crowd saw them. Some one cried they are going to cause Watson's arrest. An other person threw an egg, und this was followed by several. The ministers might have been roughly handled If they had not run Into the barn. tlon t nthe prostrated, and ambulances are dashing through the streets. Reports say there are many pros trations In the stockyards. The city has a tropical languor HEAVY FROST AT DAVENPORT. Farmers Express Fenr for CroM ns Water Is Scarce. Davenport, ash., June 22. Tlie weather has been cold and disagree able for several days and Friday night there was a heavy frost. It Is feared that the wheat has been dam aged. The crop needs rain 0.U warm weather. ' It Is reported that' Sam DeRucken, at one time a newspaper man of Dav enport, who is now at Manila, P. I., Is coming back to this country. The K. C. C. drum corps will fur nish music for the Fourth. It is practicing every night. Shot Ilerseir While Discouraged. In a fit of despondency, Jennie Cas sady. aged 35 years, shot herself at the home of Mr. Perry, near Luther postofflee, Idaho, Friday. She died shortly afterwards. A S WOMEN FROM semis St. Petersburg, June22. The czar today promulgated one of the most sweeping measures ever Issued In Russia, by which all women students are ordered expelled from Russian universities. The order affects 2200 many of whom are nenrlng gradua tion. The bitterness is widespread.. The czar Issued his Instructions to Min ister Vonkauffman, chief of the bu reau of public Instruction and sets forth that hereafter no woman shai, be admitted to any of the universities. It Is announced this action Is the result of anxiety on the part of wo men students In revolutionary move ments, the women giving open en couragement to the men students In their attacks upon the government. An appeal is being made to the douma for relief from the edict. The students proclaim the order to be another effort of the government to force the nation Into the dark ages, and denounce it as stifling progress and advancement. Some of the shrewdest students fear the result of the edict and riots are expected. NARROWLY ESCAPES DEATH. Hurled from Car, President of Rig Water Oomiaiiy Severely Bruised. San Francisco, June 22. Hurled from his automobile in a collision with a speeding San Mateo car, A. H. Pay son, president of the Spring Valley Water company, escaped death Sat urday night by the merest .chance. Mr. Pyson was driving his own tour ing car on his way to his home in San Francisco and when crossing the tracks at Mission and Amazon avenue tho car crashed Into the machine with terrific force, plowing half way through the side. Pryson was severely bruised by the first force of the collision, but was thrown free of the" seat and landed in the street. His Injuries are hot of a serious nature Allow Contention 0f Attorneys for lfc'fcnso in Barnes Case. Walla Walla, June 22. It is under stood that the motion for a change of venue In the Barnes case has been temporarily denied by Judge Brents, of the superior court, and that the talesmen who have been summoned to appear for examination Wednes day morning, June 24, will be called upon to take the examination. Then In case a Jury cannot be secured from the new pannel, a consideration of the application for a change may be made. According to the counter affidavit of the -prosecution filed Saturday af ternoon, 16 prominent business and professional men of this city express the belief that a fair and Impartial trial can be secured In Walla Wojla county, and the examination of tales men, will, In all probably, be taken up Wednesday morning. It was ru mored yesterday that the defense were to ask for a continuance. In order that they might have more time in which to prepare their side of the case, but this has not been confirmed. Fourth and thereby see both the nei and the old methods of observing the day. Agency School Program:. On the evening of June 24. Wednes day, the agency school will close for this year and an appropriate pro Accused of having stolen a horse gram will be held in the assembly und buggy from the McBrlde stable room at the agency school. The pro at Athena, Charles Miller is now In 'gram will consist entirely of num the county Jail and in addition to the, bers by the Indian children and white case against him here It is very prob-' people of the city are invited to at able that he has a forgery chargs'tend. In the afternoon of th -Mih . a field meet will be held. ACCIDENTAL SHOOTING FATAL facing him in Gilliam county. Last Saturday Miller rented a rig of the McBrlde stable and failed to return It at the time he had promised to do so Fearing that he was in- TwI(, Brock,,,,,,,, Wonmlwl ny Km tending o steal the outfit the livery- pIoyePf pes at Wflshtuc-na. nun, iiuiiiii'u me omeers ana Aimer I was apprehended while passing through Milton. He is saM to have Washtucna, Wash., June 22. In juries received June 2 by Todd I J .... 1 . T - I . . t . rtheV for sa,e to -opie ;' " Last night 'the accused man was1 ? o'cTok TrHafniL'hf8 81 brought to this city and on his ar-! fl? m V , l rival here It was found that he ans-' f ? Iw, f"u ' a" 1 ....... ..v.. inuring wiiji levuivers in ' the rear of the shop. To the last Matthews absolved Brockman, who admits the possibility that Broch man's own weapon may have done the fatal work. The bullet took ef fect In Brockman s lung. He will be wers closely the description of a man wanted at Condon on a forgery charge. The name on the descrip tion Is given as Ireland, but circum stances Indicate that Ireland and Miller are one and the same man. Until the full facts of the present case are learned the prisoner will be held here. Then should there be any doubt of his conviction here he will J be turned over to the Gilliam county ani'ritf, provided he proves to be the right man. burled at Waitsburg.-. HYDE AND SCHNEIDER GUILTY, BENSON NOT , Washington, June 22. Frederick A. Hyde and Joost Schneider wvrc found guilty on all counts, John A. ItciiHoiw and Henry Dhnond not guil ty, in tlie land fraud casen. Fatal Mine Explosion. Paris, June 22. Twelve miners were killed by a fire damp explosion at St. Etlenna today and many in jured. Details of the catastrophe are lacking. The death list may be Increased. A relief train is on the way. REGAINS SIGHT DURING ITT. Told That He Would Prolwibly Always Be Itllml, Ball Player Has Hys terics. New York. June 22. James Can tlllon, a professional ball player of Marinette, Wis., who was totally blind, regained his sight nt Bellevue hospi tal today during a fit of hysterics which followed the surgeon's an nouncement to him that hi case was considered hopeless l and that he would remain blind for the remain der of his life. The hospital surgeons say that Can tillon's loss of sight was undoubtedly due to an affection of the nervous system and that the hysterical attack he "underwent s responsible for the restoration. Baby Instantly Killed. The three-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Havallna, three miles east of Connell, was Instantly killed Thursday by being run over by a header. It was supposed the child had gone to the house when the head er was started, but Instead he was lying down In the direct line of the drive wheel, which passed over his body. Robbed While Praying. San Francisco, June 22. The po lice arc looking for a young woman who Is believed to have been making a practice of robbing wealthy wo men while at prayer In St. Mary's cathedral here, the largest Catholic church In the west. The latest vic tim Is Miss S. Contesse Seawell, of Norfolk, Va., who lost a hand bag containing $105 in gold, and valua ble stones. She rose from prayer to learn another handbag had been sub stituted for hers. $711 Per Hour. Reno, Nev., June 22. According to a smelter report Just made public, the Rogers mining syndicate has com pleted a record week In gold produc tion, having taken out $744 per hour from the mine between June 3d and 10th. CATTLEMEN KILLED IN DUEL. Quarrel Over Trade, Draw Guns and 1 Fire Simultaneously. Albuquerque, X. M., June 22. R. M. Sallier and Edward Jones, cattle men, were both killed In a duel last evening. The fight took place- near St. Vrain, X. M., 200 miles east of here. The men were neighbors and . quarreled over a cattle trade. Guns were drawn and fired simultaneous ly. Both men were instantly killed. The quarrel is said to have been the outgrowth of an old feud. Both men were wealthy and highly respected. Fight on Gambling. New York, June 22. Justice Blan chard of the supreme court postpon ed until Wednesday the temporary in junction restraining Police Commis sioner Bingham from interfering with the "orderly collection of crowds at Sheepshead track." The postpone ment was taken to give the state more time for to prepare for a hear ing, leaving the temporary order in force pending the bearing. POODIES TREATED BETTER IRAN R0MIN5 University of Oregon, June 22. "There are women In Boston who send their poodles to hear Caruso and they get their dogs' nails manicured. Indeed, I have seen doggies taken to ride in coaches for their health, with maids holding a parasol over each one." This statement was made Sunday by Rev. Herbert S. Johnson, pastor of Warren street Baptist church. Boston, who delivered the baccalaur eate sermon to the graduating class. It created a stir In local society circles. He declared there are children Irv Boston who are five years old and who have never seen a blade of grass and spoke of a recent eastern bull given by a New Jersey belle, whose father turned loose imported butter flies costing $100,000, while women four blocks away were working for $4 a week. Johnson- graduated from the Uni versity of Oregon in 1889. His fath- . er was Its first president. He W89 contracting the social proh- . lems and poodles of the aristocracy; with the- working, reople.