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EVENING EDITIQ1I "EATnEIl REPORT. Fair tonight; Saturday ,falr and warmer. Take your (tore news to the people and tt people will bring tnelr patronage to your store. .1; VOL. 21. HUMAN VULTURES DESPOIL GRAVE Morbid Mob Has No Restraint of Mad Desire for Souvenirs of Cleveland's Funeral. ONLY INTIMATE FRIENDS SEE FACE OF DECEASED Mounted Troo Drive Duck Crowd Wlilcli Had Broken Down Fence and Was Raiding Florul Tribute at Kx-l'reHldcnt'g Grave Only Limit ed Number of NcwHpujtcrmcn Al lowed Most Noted Men in Public Life Attend Simple Services Bra gllllnii Government Remembers Friend. Princeton, June 26. A hurry call was Kent to the city hull this afternoon for reserves to be rushed to the ceme tery. A H(uad of.soldlers were rushed to the scene and found hundreds of persons, eager to obtain souvenirs, had broken down the fence, and made a raid on the floral tribute beside the grave In which Cleveland Is to be burled. The soldiers charged through the gap and put tho crowd to flight. Princeton. X. J.. June 2G. It was announced this morning that the cas ket containing the body of Cleveland will be placed In the reception room on the east side of the residence where callers will bo received first. Only Mrs. Cleveland and the most Intimate friends will be permitted to see the face of the deceased former president. The casket was opened upstairs this morning in the room where Cleveland died. It will be closed and the cover " fastened before it Is taken down stairs. where the simple services will be held. A representative of the United Press and other press associations will be the only newspaper men at the fun eral services and the Interment. Viscount Kiinako of Toklo today cabled sympathy to Mrs. Cleveland. Mounted Troo on Guard. The Monmouth mounted troops ar rived here today tv nld the four com panies of the militia In policing the line of cortage. It Is only half a mile from the Cleveland home to the old Princeton cemetery, where the burial will take place. The infantry will be stationed at Intervals all along the route. The mounted men will form patrol. A squad of secret service men has arrived, and 1 laying plans to pre vent any possible attack on Roose velt or any of the government offi cials. Carriage Assignment. The carriage assignment for the funeral Is as follows: First Doctors Henry Van Dyke. W. R. Richard, S. W. Deans and M. V. Hartlett, the four officiating ' ministers; second Mrs. Cleveland, Richard, the oldest son, and Dr. Joseph Bryant, tho family physician; third Miss Roso Cleve land, a sister, and Ester Cleveland, eldest daughter of the deceased; fourth Roosevelt, his wife and sec retary Loeb. Then will follow the most prominent men In public life today. Family Not linitovcrlslicd. Cleveland Bacon on behalf of the family denied the report that Cleve land's estate is so depleted that the widow and children will be impover ished. However, the estate Is uncx tensive. Tony Leggett, of Trenton, for many years Cleveland's hunting compan ion, was permitted to see the remains. He wept like a child and was led away. Long wreaths have been received from Roosevelt and Baron Rlobrance, the Brazilian minister. It Is difficult to find room for the flowers. The largest floral pieces of all were sent by the New York organization of Sons of St. Patrick. Tho Brazilian government, which held Cleveland In the highest regard on account of his settlement of the Venezuelan border line dispute, has given orders for a military salute at the time of tho funeral. The fact that a handcar has no show on a railroad track against a train was again shown night before last near Saxe station. At the time of the accident No. 46, the evening stub to Walla Walla, was bowling along a few miles beyond Saxe when It met with a section crew on a hand car. Seeing the train coming the mem bers of the crew had Jumped from the car and they were trying hard to get their car off the track. But one corner of the car was still on the rails when the passenger engine plowed Into It with a force that sent PASSENGER ; DISASTROUS THAI.N WRECK IX INDIA Calcutta, India, June 26. Great loss of life Is reported as a i result of a collision between a 'freight and an express train on the Bombay railway today. Scores were Injured. The ex press was heavily loaded. Many passengers were caught under the wreckage and literally roast ed to death. Until the wreckage Is cleared tfie number of dead will remain unknown. The un injured are caring for the In jured. The trains were running at a high rate of speed when the accident occurred. STATE BANKERS MEET. Montle B. Gvnn Respond to Addrcm of Welcome. Salem, June 26 The State Bank ers' association began a two days ses sion (here this morning, representa tives of every big bank In Oregon and of the banks In Pan Francisco and Chicago being present. Montle Gwlnn of Pendleton, re sponded to Mayor Roger's address of welcome. This afternoon there were addresses on financial legislation, and banking problems. RICH SHE III SILVER PAY STREAK CARRIES ENORMOUS VALVES Considered One of Richest Strikes Ever Made la History of Famous Mining Country Assay Shows 1250 Ounces to tlie Ton Picked Sum lActt Range from Two to Four ThoU' Hand. Wallace, Idaho, June 26. What is considered one of. the richest ore strikes In the history or trie ' Coeur d'Alenes district hat just been made on the property of the Anchor Min Ing, company at Burke, between the Mammoth and Hecla mines. Evan Evans of Spokane, and M Mahor of Burke, are the principal owners. The strike consists of a pay streak one foot wide, carrying enormous values In silver. The assay shows 1250 ounces to the ton. Picked samples range from two to four thousand to the ton. The ore was found at the bottom of a 35-foot shaft. FIRE AT CENTRA LI A. Early Morning Conflagration Destroys Ten Hiislnc Buildings. Centralist, Wn June 26. Fire at 3 o'clock this morning destroyed a block of ten business buildings. It had gained a good headway before It was discovered. An estimate of the loss has not been made, but It Is thought that it will run into the thousands. The ori gin of the fire Is unknown. Haw hide Dying. Reno. Xev., June 26. Private dis patches from Rawhide suy the mljilng camp is practically at a standstill be cause of the lack of banks. Lack of money Is responsible for the closing of several mines. There Is no money to pay the men. People are leaving rapidly and merchants fear the town will be depopulated soon. AH Exchanges Closed. New York, June 26.-rWlth the ex ception of the cotton exchange, which is unable to close on account of It bring the July notice day, all ex changes In the United States will close after 1 o'clock today out of respect to the memory of Cleveland. v Arm Torn Off, While oiling machinery In a saw mill at Hoqulam, Frank Ward had his left Rrm caught In cog wheels and torn from his body. But for the fact that the bones broke he would have been drawn Into the wheels and kill ed.! , i the hand car off at a tangent. , B. Mathews, one of the section crew, was badly hurt and several oth er of the workmen were crippled mora or leas. Edwards, who was hurt In ternally, was taken aboard tho train and received treatment In the hoe pltal at Walla Walla. It Is not yet known exactly how serious he was In jured. So sudden was the shock when the train struck the handcar that a crow bar on the latter was driven half Its length Into the ground. The acci dent Is charged to carelessness on the part of the train crew. I) IE SMASHES PENDLETON, OKEGON, 1 TRE UPPER IKN1 Reports Say Persian Ruler is Suppressing His Bloody Rebellion. . ENGLAND INSULTED , AND MAKES DEMAND Order!) Shall to Call His Soldier Off the Legation Grounds or Take the OMiHequennefl Cossacks' Have Been Ordered to Ccuno Looting Houses Attempt .Made Last Night to Assas sinate Shah With Bond) Many Ar rests Follow 4,'ull for S)eclul Elec tion In Issued. St. Petersburg, Russia, June 26. The latest reports Indicate that the Shah Is suppressing the rebellion. It l reported that the Cossacks have been summarily ordered to cease looting houses. A Russian colonel of the Cossacks has been appointed governor of Te heran and military rule established. The Shuh looks to the Cossacks on the way from Tiflis to finally sup press the rebellion. Attempt tit AwrtHsliuilJoiii Teheran, June 26. An attempt made to assassinate the Shah with a bomb last night is being investigated and several arrests made. The Shah has Issued a call for a general election for the house to be held within three months. The call urges the nation to choose capable d puties who will be useful to the country. England Flares Vp. The British legation this afternoon demanded the Shah to withdraw the cossacks from the legation grounds by six tonight under pain of serious consequences if the demand Is uncom plled with. Several members of the constitu tional party refugees have been there since the battle at the parliament house Thursday. Soldiers have been keeping a close watch over the lega tion to prevent their escape. England deems this a rank Insult. BASEBALL SCORES. lti(lait(l Wins from Leader by Big Score. Coast league Games. Los Angeles, June 25. Portland won a most one-sided game today by the score of 15 to 0. The Webfooters pounded three local pitchers all over the lot. Johnson's batting was the feature of the performance a home run over the center field lence and two others which struck near the top of the same obstacle. The Angeles were completely at the mercy of Pltclier Groom. Score: R H E Los Angeles 0 6 0 Portland 15 19 2 Mattcrles Gray, Thorsen, Wheeler and Jlogan; Groom and Madden. Seals Boat Athenians. San Francisco, June 26. San Fran cisco won from Oakland yesterday by the following score: R H E San Francisco 7 11 1 Oakland 6 11 2 Batteries Willis and La Longe, Berry; Killian and Slattery. Northwestern League. At Seattle R H E Seattle 6 8 4 Taconm 7 10 4 Batteries Doyle, Gordon, Stanley and Fortler; Franklin and Shea. At Spokane , R H E Aberdeen . ...1 6 2 Spokane .3 8 1 Batteries Thompsqn and Boettl- ger; Jensen and McCarter. American Iiengno Score, At Boston Washington 1, Boston 2. At Detroit Detroit 1, St. Louis 4. At Cleveland Cleveland 3, Chica go 2. New Baseball Manager. Philadelphia, June 25. Norman Elberfeld, of the New York baseball club of the American league, was to day chosen manager of the team to succeed Clark Griffith, who resigned yesterday. WKIi National Players. At New York Boston 14, York 10. At St Louis St. Louis 3; burg 4. At Brooklyn Philadelphia New Brooklyn 0. At Chicago Chicago 7; Cincinnati 0. . Indian Murderer Wanted. Officers of the Yakima Indian res ervation are searching for Jlmmie Kooshl, an Indian, who Is said to have killed his mother-in-law and danger ously wounded his wife. The details of the crime have not been learned. FRIDAY, JUNE 2ti. 1908. Mffl El Three Persons Are Killed and Several Seriously Wounded During the Fight. TELEGRAPH WIRES CUT. COMMCXICATIOX SHUT OFF Government Officials Refuse to Be lieve Outbreak Has Any Political Significance National Troops to be Hurled to (lie Sceno Some Say Revolution Against Mexican Gov ernment Hun Started Eleven Mex icans Arrested at El Paso, Texas, Charged Fltli Fomenting a Revolu tion, t La Redo, Texas, June 26. Two hundred armed and mounted men yesterday attacked and captured the town of Vlesca, state of Coahulla, Mexico. Three persons were killed several wounded In the fighting Telegraph wires were cut and the railroad lines torn up and a bridge burned. , i Three train load3 of troops left the City of Mexico last night for the scene, and a tralnload of soldiers al so Is leaving Saltlllo, the capital of the state. Reports received here are to the effect the government believes the attack was made by bandits. The vice president of the republic and sec retary of war and Interior, It Is stat ed, deny that the trouble has any po litical significance. Some reports received here say the outreak Is the starting of a revolu tion. Revolutionists Arrested. Elpaso, Texas, June 26. Eleven Mexicans were arrested by the po lice of this city yesterday afternoon charged with fomenting a revolution against a friendly power on Amerl can soil. The men were arrested In an adobe hut In the outskirts of the city and a search of the building revealed two cases containing rifles and revolvers and also 1000 rounds of ammunition Literature and letters involving the men In this attempt were found. One of the men is the editor of the La Reformaslclel, a Mexican publfca tlon with revolutionary tendencies, published in this city. Among the letters found are said to be several from Antonio Vlllareal and Flores Mogon, the two revolution ists whom the Mexican government recently sought to extradite from the United States. Records Broken. Port Townsend, Wash., June 26. That some of the best gunners In the United States army are at present sta tioned on the Pacific coast was prov ed at the target practice yesterday at Fort Casey. All known records were broken during the , day's shooting. Twelve shots were fired In eleven sec onds at a target 30 feet, three miles away and moving under a tow of sev en miles per hour. Eleven out of the 12 scored. Oregon Bankers Meet. Salem, June 26. Leaders In the fi nancial circles of Oregon, to the num ber of several scores, assembled In Salem today for the two-day conven tion of the State Bankers' association. CARELESS RIFLEMAN. Bullet From Large Bore Gun Crashes Into Montgomery Home. To have a bullet from a big 45-90 rifle crash through the window and bury Itself In the window casing was the startling experience that befeil the family of J. E. Montgomery this morning. Who fired the shot Is a matter that the police and northslde people would like to know. During the forenoon today Mrs. Montgomery, her child and Mrs. Will Ingram were seated in a room of the Montgomery home on the north side when they were astonished to hear the bullet shatter the glass in a win dow and then cut a hole Into the cas ing. For a time the ladles were panic strlckeil for they feared that some insane person, had run amuck with a gun and that further volley might re sult. But no other shots were fired and there is absolutely nothing throw. Ing light upon the affair, excepting that the shot was evidently fired by someone below town, as the bullet came from that direction. The bullet Is from a large calibre old fashioned rifle and Is big enough to serve as an anchor for a battleship. It was shown to the police by Mr. Montgomery and an effort Is being made, to ascertain who Is so careless in the use of firearms. As the bullet went far Into the woodwork of the Montgomery house there is little doubt that it . would have killed a person had It struck anyone. SALOONS MUST GO. Union County Contest Will Not Hln der Closing. La Grande, June 26. In the event that the injunction now hanging over the county court Is dissolved, the Sa loons must leave Union county and stay out until the supreme court has taken action on the matter, should Julius Roesch appeal a decision fa voring tho anti-saloon league. This Is the commonly accepted ver sion of the statute, though the ques tlon has caused considerable comment among friends and foes of the move ment alike. Some maintain that In case the Injunction was dissolved the saloons can remain In business until the supreme court has given final de cision. This Is erroneous, according to he stated version of the law. Hence, the decision of the circuit court, which If expected before the end of the month, will give definite knowl edge to the voters of Union county as to when the saloons must go. CREW OF WHALING SCHOONER IN IRONS Nome, Alaska, June 26. Following the attempt of the crew of the Whal er Bowhcnd to destroy the riiip by fire in the hopes of being sent ashore, the crew mutinied and for on hour a fierce battle raged. Tlic captain fi nally won Twenty-two members of the crew are now in Irons. HOLDUP ARTIST IS FOILED KNOCKED DOWN BY FRANK LORIMER Employe of Pendleton Dye Works De clines to Part With Hard Earned Cash and Delivers a Solar Plexus and Then Runs Dan Kelly's Rec ord Smashed Officers Notlfed but Would Bo Robber Escapes. Another attPinpt at a hold-np oc curred here last night but It was frustrated by the prompt resistance shown by the Intended victim, Frank Lorimer. Mr. Lorimer, who Is a brother of E. K. Lorimer, who is a brother of E. works In the cleaning and dyeing works on East Alta street and he was homebound at a late hour last night. At the time he had about $50 In his pocket and It Is likely that this fact was known to the hold-up artist. While In the vicinity of the Byer's mill property on East Alta street Lorimer was accosted by a stranger with the usual .request that he produce his valuables. At the same time the highwayman started to grapple with his intended victim. But Lorimer saw an opening for a safe hit and he pro- ceeded to land on the fellow with a i soaker" that tumbled him over. He, ! Lorimer, then took to his heels and ; broke the amateur record for fast j sprinting between that section of the i town and Main street. . On reaching the business section Lorimer notified the night men of his adventure and a search for the would- j be robber was started. However no i one answering the description could be found last night. ' A Plague of Files In Paris. Paris within the last few days has been the scene of an extraordinary visitation. During a rainstorm my riads of flies descended with the rain and caused much consternation to Parisians who happened to be out of doors. When the rain stopped and the sun came out the files Invaded the houses. These particular flies. It appears, are known as "blblons of St. Mark." They are about two-fifths of an Inch long, and have a very large ear. The wings, though long, are weak, and do not permit of much flying, but their feet are -provided with sharp hook-like teeth, which en ables the files to cling tenaciously to whatever object they light upon. Fortunately, the species has a very short existence, extending only over a few days. 4 Pla'yV Won 16 9 8 7 Lost P. C. La Grande ..20 4 12 11 13 .800 .428 .422 .350 Pendleton ...21 Walla Walla .20 Baker City ..20 Advices from La Grande state that the Pendleton ball team will remain In that city until after July 4 play ing two straight series with La Grande In that town. The team Is now there for a series of four games and It was originally Intended to have a return series pulled off here next week. But as no celebration Is to be held here the series will be played In La Grande Instead. Between the two series a period of three days will elapse and It Is pos TO PLftT OOUBLESEFIES WITH LA 6HANDE NO. 6318 BURSES BOER 1 WL ON U. Jury is Selected for Second" Trial for Murder of Mrs. Anna Aldrich. WIFE OF PRISONER . SITS BY HIS SlDB , i Taidc of Securing Twelve Men Was Severe One Case Stated Briefly by. Attorneys for Both Sides and Tak- -ing of Testimony Taken After Sbart ' Deluy Defense Asked to Have Cma -Dismissed on Ground that First Jury Was Discharged While Ask. Ing for Instructions Judge Deities Demurrer and Trial Proceeds. Walla Walla, June 26. After an ef fort of a day and a half, the Jury which Is to have charge of the ver- diet In the second case of "Bud" Barnes, was selected yesterday morn---Ing at 12:03 o'clock, the personnel of,:;, the Jury being as the above. Seldom, if ever before, In the his tory of Walla Walla county, was a ' more steady day's work In superior court expirttnced, there having been 12 hours of almost ceaseless grind, which resulted In great progress la the second trial of "Bud" Barnes. . charged with the murder of Mrs. An--na M. Aldrich. The Jury, was com pleted shortly before noon, and when court convened at 1:30 o'clock, tha prosecution' and the defense stated briefly the case, after which exam ination of witnesses was taken up. Before any witnesses were put on the stand, however, the Jury was tak- - en from the room while the defense -demurred to the answer of the stata to the defense's plea of . former ac quittal. The demurrer was overrul ed by the court, but an answer was filed by the defense, and the matter of the- former acquittal was left to the Jury. Promptly at 2 o'clock the Jury vai sworn In, and soon after the prosecu tion stated Its case with a 15-minnte address. The defense followed in a . 5-mlnute talk, after which Isaac Page, the first witness, was put on -the stand for the state. Mrs. Barnes In Courtroom.. Mrs. Bud 'Barnes appeared ftr the" courtroom yesterday morning, and during the day occupied a seat besida that of her husband. She seems noti to realize the enormity of the of fense with which her husband is charged, and takes everything seem ingly as a matter of course. "Bud" appeared wholly at ease, though be was somewhat startled when his wife slipped up behind him and touched him on the shoulder, causing him to- . color and hastily discard a cigarette which he had Just rolled and lighted. There were many more spectator in the room all through -yesterday proceedings, though the court room was not crowded as was the case dnr- mg the progress or the first trlau Many ladies were in attendance yesr- terday. snerman improving. i iican vice presidential canaiaaie, is - Improving rapidly and may leave the-, hospital Monday. New Reserve Is Created. A new division of the present Wash ington national forest, to be known; as the Snoqualmle national' forest.' wm be. created on July 1, and the- headquarters of 'the division will be I m Seattle. Burt P. Klrkland, a for- est supervisor, will have charge of the ; new administrative district. The boundaries of the Snoqualmle nation- al forest will be ' the Darrlngton branch of the Northern Pacific rall-; road and the divide between the , WhltechucK" and Sultatrie-rivers on the north, the summit of the Cas cade range on the east, the main line of the Northern Pacific railroad on the'south and the present boundary of the Washlnfgton national- forest on.. the west. sible the team may return home for fthat time. If not it win De quarter-. eS In La Grande for two weeks' time.' Pendleton and Walla Walla are now neck and neck for second place with the former so little In the lead that It Is hardly noticeable. If Pen dleton loses today, which seems alto gether probable and Walla Walla', succeeds In defeating Baker City, which Is not beyond the realm of the possible, the Garden City aggregation . will be hanging onto the second rung -of the ladder. Pendleton went down to defeat In the openiflg series at La Grande ye terday by the close score of 6 to 7. Bakec Cfty opens at Walla Walla today.