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EVENING EDITION EVENIN6EDITI0N TO SHOPPERS. After you have read the ads In today' East Oregonlan, -yau are ready to go shopping. WEATHER REPORT. Fair tonight and Hun diiy; slightly warm - cr. VOL. 31. lMSXDLKTOX, OIllKiOy, SATURDAY, OCTOISKIl .'J, 1008. XO. 0304. y,fii,.'yf'' . i in i ., . DISTfllCT BABIES ARE SHOWN BY THEIR PROUD PARENTS Eastern Oregon Fair Draws Toward Close With No Acc'dents to Mar Pleasure of Great Gala Week. Xotldng Mar Success of Record Hrcnking Show Under Efficient Manage ment f IN-Milli'ton'M lliislnoss Men No Race Suicide Evidenced In Niinilier of Rallies; anil Children Who Arc Attending the Dully Session Livestock Parade This Morning Is Witnessed hy Hundred Ills Crowd Attend Session of I'alr L list Evening Wagner Music Made a Delightful ITograift. C. E. ROOSEVEI-T RAND CONCERT EOR TONIGHT. Administration March . Decaprlo Overture Der King Ivelot Adam Clarionet Solo Grand Con- cert, Ln Uunca Slguor Kluncoire Porlo Klcan Dante Rosltu,.. Milissud Walts Dl liallett Dollbes Intermission. Grund Fantasia from Carmen Itlzet The Famous Minuet Padcrewskl Sweet Meats '. Wetirlck Selection The Little Duchess De Koven March American Republic. Thlcl hunting contest to take place at the ball park at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Last and also least, In point of number of any of the exhibits, came the cattle. Though lucie were some fine animals, the nuiriber was smaller than either last year or the year be fore. Various reasons arc assigned for the poor showing In this depart ment, but none of them are entirely satisfactory . A general lethargy on the part of fie people owning thoro- hred cattle seems to be the most! -Jl I'm -Idem t air Commission. ROSEATE H FOR OEMOCRAGY Representative of Democratic Organizalions Says Senti ment Favors Bryan RELIEVES COMMONER IS A I tr I : TO CARRY STATU TIFT T1LIS OS H gUESTION t'-e: lincnl It Strongly In I'avor of Xc hrii'kaii, Sa.is .loli n II. Stevenson l!e"iibllcaii Apathy Due to t npop ulai'ity of Republican Measure, While Democratic Platform Ex presses Will of People of Heaver Stale Like Pre-election inibllclly. BRIDE SLAVS HUSRAXR. r Franklin, La., Oct. 3. A. Sydney Boutorie, editor of the New Era, at Patterson, near here, was sitting at his desk In the office today when he was shot five times by his beautiful bride, Joesle, aged 19, who claimed that her husband refus- ed to live with her. The cou- pie were married Wednesday at midnight at the point of a gun levelled at Bouterle by the girl's father. The husband Is dy- lng. The bride Is In Jail. l The shooting caused a big sensation, as both are well I' known and connected with good families. The bride walk- ed into the office and fired point-blank while her husband was working. She emptied the chambers of the pistol into the prostrated form of her hu- FOR ill CRITICS Roosevelt Declares He Will Give Piece of His Mind to Hitchcock's Foes. CARIXET MEETING HELD TO DISCUSS SITUATION. RESPECTS TO (.OMPERS As ;ret wind jimmer. plausible cause given. The afternoon program, which wus started n t 2 o'clock a usual, consist-1 ed for the most part of music. The babies were easily the leading features' of the day, but at the time of going to! incwn wie winners nan not ocen an nounced. Rroneo Rusting. I Tail Holds (.rent Mcvtlnx In Denver Ar.iiili.l u. in Where 'lir.wiu Was Nominated I !lyr Parade In Honor of Republican Chief. aill Discusses Ijibor and Labor Vote hi Sccch. Denver, Col.. Oct. 3. In the sime building tile Deliver Auditorium ine oronco ousting contest which) in which W. J. Kr.w.n was n.ioiin.ited had been arranged for at the last min-I lr the nn-sidem-v last Julv William jute. Is also In progress at the ball II Tift last nigiu add.es.-ea a tiv ; park. This has always proved n hliri men.l..n iln-,,ti . .imi. f.nr, r..,., drawing card in rendleton and many) and iirgumt nt why the .-:.rask-:i Without a hitch, misfortune or ac- -went down to the grounds to watch ' should n..t t,c- . !,( K d. cldent of any kind to mar the pleas- the riding by Umatilla county boys. I ,-. T ilt's entry into Di nv. r was ure or success of the week's events.) While the attendance at the fair, under most Inspiring political eondl the third annual fair of the third east-j yesterday broke all previous records tlon. His slay In the city w as but cm Oregon district is In ing brought' it Is believed that It will be equalled I for three hours and every preliminary to a close today. Every promise of j if not exceeded today. The principal J to the big su ed parade ami Its at the fair management has been kept. I merchants of the city have agreed to j tending spectacular features had been everybody has been satisfied and the! close their places of business this' most caivfuilv arranged so that when feeling prevnlls that the largest and evening, Instead of remaining open. ! the Taft special pulled into the Union ni.i'i.iiiiK inino Mtuidiiy nislom and station, the town had on a particu every effort Is being made to have'larlv bHuhr red dare. The streets and had since best of the three fairs Is now drawing to a close. This) Is baby show day and his royal highness, the buby. Is reigning j 1 o iimue 10 nnve ! larly tirlght red glare. The the closing night of the fair the hig-lwere profusely Illuminated an g.st and wildest of the entire week, not been so densely populated MURPHY MAKES Kit; Oi l ER FOR MATTY" REJECTER. New York, Oct. 3. It would be I1UYER DON'T LIKE RANCH NEAR-KILLING FOLLOWS supreme and with un autocratic hand. Proud mothers with smiling offspring and some that do not smile all the time, are to be seen wllhin the pavilion and when the sun goes down this evening the mothers will still be proud, for regardless of the decision of the Judges they are all confident that their babies should have won the first prize. Addison Dennett, who has served as Judge of every baby show held since the district fair was Inaugurated and who ha grown gray and nlnrost bald- headed In the service. Is acting once more this afternoon. C. K. Roosevelt, president of the fair association. Is the presiding offi cer and Is a!so acting as umpire and referee, in case there should be any need for the services of such officers. Today's exercises were started this morning at 10 o'lock with the live stock parade. This extended for ex actly five blocks and had the usual extended order of mnrching been fol lowed out, It would have at least a block longer. The parade this morn ing differed from and was better than the last livestock parade, for tell rea son that there were many more sin gle and double rigs In line. Hundreds of people lined the side walks and enjoyed the opportunity of witnessing the display of blooded animals and the chance to note the prize winners. A blue or red ribbon was attached to each animal winning a premium, denoting first and second prizes. T1m Parade. Lester Svvaggart, mounted on a beautiful black charger which had won first prize for being the best trimmed horse, neted as marshal of the day and rode In front of the band, which led the parade. Dehlnd the bund came the single drivers and fol lowing them were the double drivers. Next In line were the various horses I John Kerln, an American league and mules which had been entered. limps, has caused the arrest of Rob A half dozen cowboys In costume ert Caldwell, a Chicago attorney, for apeared next with Olen Hushey and assaulting him after a game In Chl- hls megaphone announcing the bronco cago the democratic convention departed Judge Tart's l;:i':' 11:1 ge, parti, ul irly ! on the labor (iusllon, has been de cidedly vigor. :n.l positive. "This thing of Mr. I'lomp'-rs having worth iriO.onn t., President Murphy ' the la'-.r vote in his po. and of or i lie ( lileago National club to have Christy Mathewson on his pitching staff. At least that Is what Murphy thinks, while the Ol.ints here rank the great pitcher as even more valu al le. for when Murphy made that of fer to the management of the New York Nationals It was coldly refused. Mathewson on the Cubs' staff would cinch the pennant for that team. Hlllsboro, Ore., Oct. 3. nernuse K. V. Calloway didn't like the ranch of William H. Adams, which he had called to see for the purpose of buy ing, a quarrel arose between the two men ns the result of which Galloway la In the hospital with a wound ex tending from his temple clear across his face, and his nose nearly severed. I favor of labor.' The wound Is said to have burn caus ed by Adams, who used a double bitted axe as a weapon In the fight. Adams, who is In Jail, has knife wounds In lis face. the labor :n. n b. llevl.ig the lies tells. Is foniethliig th.it I conipl.-'in of. "Iibor mi ;i o'ic.ht to luo'i at the record and see wlii. !i party has done things In their behalf. If you w ill ex amine the legislative record 'you will find not a line !n the federal statute hooks that v. :s put there by the dem ocratic party. Not a line was put great 'there by Mr. Pryan when he was twice a member of conerrs In (Tro ver Cleveland's administration, nor did he attempt to have any passed. "I appeal to the cle ir-headed. In telligent nn I Independent working nun of this country to look Into the facts and the law and if they can find there that I am an enemy of la bor tiien vote against me. "Rut whit I complain of Is this wind-Jamming and misrepresentation of a man who claims to control labor In order to deefat a man who Is In "Pi -ospects of democratic success were never brighter In Oregon than they are today," said John H. Ste venson, of Portland, who arrived In Pendleton this inornin" on a trip through the Eastern Oregon country, as the representative of the democrat ic Mat", national and campaign com mittee headquarters iit the metropo lis. Stevenson Is looking over the po litical situation from the democratic .standpoint and conferring with state and county committeemen and promi nent democrats throughout eastern Oregon. "If William J. Rryau does not car ry the state .n November, It will be because public sentiment undergoes a decided change from what it is to day," continued Mr. Stevenson. "The public pulse 1s beating strongly for t1i. great Nebraskan now and unless iiit signs fail he w-lH continue to gather strength up t II the hour the polls ( lose. There is unmistakable evi dence of apathy among the rank and file of republicans and this can be at tributed to no other causo than that the people want a change of admin istration. Conditions throughout the country have grown from bad to worse in the 1 ne of trust and monop oly formation nnd the oppressive pow er of the money kings, culminating in a panic, all under the most absolute lepublienn administration and under a tariff as high as the Chinese wall, and the people are getting tired of It. "For the last four years -ve have I heard nothing hut talk about the bos-! tilily of the present administration j towards the trusts and yet today the: l band, and then calmly allowed herself to be arrested. Joe Stansbury, John Glsna and Rol- and Witter, who accompanied the girl to the office, were ar- rested as accessories. "The tollers of the land are not over-enthusinstlc with Judge Taft as o .n mlliltn fnr nr,uMfnf In vlf.i fit the fact that when' he was on the! lve Taft earnest support. The Hitch President Insists) Tlmt Hitchcock Ro Given Loyal SiipjKirt of Every Re publican Taft Near Injury In SlaiiiiHtlo Revcridge Opcna Cam paign in Iortlaml California Struggle Rcglns Today. Washington, Oct. 3. Republican politicians are discussing today the statement Issued from the White House last night stating that Roose velt Indorses Hitchcock's manage ment of the Taft campaign. The president calls on all republicans to bench of the United States court of the Sixth circuit, he did more to establish the precedent of government by In junction than any other federal Judge that ever wore the ermine." Mr. Stevenson declares the demo crats of Umatilla county are to be congratulated upon the completeness and effectiveness of their organiza tion. He will leave tonight for Ontario. COURT FAILS TO F cock situation was discussed at a cabinet meeting yesterday, and it IS reported that Roosevelt declared he would give any republican who criti cised Hitchcock's work a piece of his mind. Rulk Saves Taft. Dodge City, Kan., Oct. 3. Taffs great bulk and strength saved him from Injury In a stampede last night ai Denver. When the crowd was leaving the Auditorium somebody started a stampede and Judge Taft swept along with the crowd. Several rcrsons were bruised and scratched. Republicans Open Fight. Portland. Oct. 3. Senator F.ever- idge of Indiana, will be the principal ! speaker in the opening of the repub lican campaign In Oregon Tuesday I night. He will leave Portland direct ly after the speech, making short- QUESTION UP HIGHER stops, the first at Roseburg at 8:45 I Wednesday morning. DIVIDED REXC1I PASS United States Supreme Court Will Hcj rlfornta Campaign On. Asked to Establish the Law A to 5an Francisco, Oct. 3. The repub Wliellier the Interstate Commerce lican campaign In California starts Coininlsslon Can Make Rates ami tonight with two big meetings, one at .i . .. , Redding and one at Martinez. Attor- Piiss on the Reasonableness of B , ... ,,. ,, . nev General Shortri.lge will speak at Clu.igc It IXablishes Quick 1H-- R;djlng anJ Governor Gillette at Mon ExiKVted. ! Martinez. San Francisco, Oct. 3. The ques- trusls are stronger than they have ever been: are actively supporting the I republican ticket and the records show-Uio" of whether the interstate railroad that in seven years there have been ! commission has power to fix rail-j but seven convictions for violation of 1 road iatcs vil; be passed to supreme the anti-trust law. This doesn't ring true as the trust-busting record of i METCAI.rs NEPHEW RUN'S DOWN SAN JOSE YOUTH. San Jose. Cal.. Oct. 3. Pjiyton United states for de- -"- - Morrow. Ross and lnv "".. "-- INCEMU.UU EIRE RURNS AR NDOXED RESIDENCE. self-asserted trust-busting adminis tration and it is little wonder that the people refuse to get excited about It. "Down In Portland we are getting colli t t the lls:oi. ju.;f'es GllOeit ol Ine I luled ftiuU-s cui U.t court I'liin i: h i 1 i-i lay that they were unable to agree on several points In the Southern Pacific's amended bill the most encouraging reports from all 1 ln the Oregon lumber rate case. The law requires Judges to be unanimous. over the state regarding the attitude of the people toward the reforms ad vocated in the democratic platforms. "I'll" b-.nk deposit guaranty law is particularly strong with the people and the fact that the republican plat form is s ietit on that point and the administration spell-binders. IhcIii.'h ing .In.ie Taft, are opposln: all t c r ni ght, is costing til lican ti. ket votes every day, for it established by th shows where the two parties stand I j"1" '' until t. e Morgan's- Toes Injured, C. L. Morgan of Hcrinlston, Is In the clly today, a visitor at the fair, hut owing to a recent accident he Is compelled to go about on crutches. He had the misfortune to drop a heavy barrel upon his foot, breaking bones In two of his toes. The injury Is a vorv painful one and will Inca pacitate him for walking for somo time. M 0 i J. C. Ireland, convicted of horse stealing, and Warren Stephens, who admitted his guilt upon a similar charge, were both given Indetermin ate sentences by Judge Dean this morning. Ireland was tried out In court a few days ago for having stolen a team from the McHrldo stable at Athena. At the conclusion of "the trial the Jury promptly returned a verdict of guil ty. Shephens will go to the penitentiary for an offence committed four or five years ago. After the crime he left the country nnd did not return until last spring. He was found near Wal 1 u In last spring and was arrested up on Instructions from Sheriff Taylor. Henry Koplttke, accused of break ing the prohibition law, waived ex amination this morning and he will plead Monday morning. Townsend, the Freewater man who was Indicted for liquor selling, was released this morning from the coun ty Jail, after haying given ball. John Stott of Milton, was brought down from that place and Is now 'In the county Jail upon a charge of sup plying liquor to minors. A fire, believed by many to be of Incendiary origin, destroyed an old vacant house at the corner of Court and Gnnge streets, shortly alter mid night List nigh!. The property was occupied for many years by S. O. Hicks, but II was owned by Mathew Whit m ii, who has been in an Insane asylum in ralifornla for a nmnber of years. The building had been unoccupied for some time and though It was a two-story and a half structure. Its value is estimated at less than $300. No insurance was carried on It. Having stood there for a long num ber of years It burned like s,i much tinder and was a mass of flames be fore the alarm could be turned In. When the department arrived It was past nil hope. The flames shot high Into the air and many who heard the bell and rose from their sleep to see v. in iv it w as thought another big fire had been started. . Many think, because the building seemed to burst Into flames all at once, that some person set fire to It. Others think, however, that It was occupied for the night -by tramps and that In their efforts to keep warm they set the building on fire. The department responded quick ly and there was never any danger of the flames spreading to the other buildings. afternon filed in the circuit court a list of questions they want the supreme court to decide. Attorney Peter Dunne for the rail- it with I roads, made application to have the reiiub-! "nforcement of the new lumber rate commission en lecision of the su-' w ith regard to the money power. prcme court Is handed down This was "And right In this connection It is, denied by the circuit court, which worth while to remark that while the held that the disagreement takes the bank deposit guarantee plank Is do-jniatter from them and that the rail iiounced hy the republican speakers . road must apply to the supreme court as a democratic vagary, there are for the Injunction, which will be ask three republican members of the next ! ed for at onee. If not granted the with having run down Gilbert Aylesworth while scorching In his auto. Aylesworth. who Is 17 year old. Is now In the hospital suffering from a broken log. It is said that Metealf was driving I. .1.1.1. and if not, the case goes to the su- '"-" " '" '"'" prcme court. Attorneys for the com- I - 1 pf "topping to Inquire what It- I .1 Vi.i.-tn ,1.-1 trt rVtn otiaaI S mtsKion .111,1 l-.lllro.-ld this nftevnon "J"'J " 4 the car was Increased and he went on. A friend of Aylesworth secured a bicycle and followed the machine, finally overtaking Metealf, whom ho had arrested. The young man spent the night in Jail. (Oregon republican legislature, who are squabbling for the privilege of in troducing a bill in the legislature this winter providing a guaranty law very new rate will go Into effect on Ooto her 13. The effect of the disagreement of ''"re "f 4 circuit court is to have the case ad A new five-mile automobile record Is reported to hnve been made at Hel ena yesterday, a White steamer own ed hy C. M. Ralr of Rllllngs going five miles on a circular flat track in 4:5-1. similar to that now operative in Okla- i vanci d on the calendar of the supreme honia. This shows one thing and that ! court and It Is expected that a de ls that he people know what they vision will be announced from Wash- want. In Nebraska Governor Shel don refused to accept the nomination of the republican party of his state for reelection unless a bank guaranty I AMERICAN HALL TEAM EINISHES JAPAN TOUR. Tokio, Oct. 3. The University of W.i-hingt.in l.'seball team today Is preparing to return to the United States, having finished Its tour of Ja pan The last g-iine of the series was place 1 this afternon and resulted ln a victory for the Americans by a . The American ex press .surprise at the good games which have been put up by their Japanese opponents while trip. on their ingtnn within 30 days. Soolnl Clubs Uinetl The social clubs of Taconia, which EORMER PEN DLETON ! INVESTS IN LAUNDRY. Charles Flshm.m, formerly proprle- lieense, have been fined $5 each and . who Is now attending the district fair. costs, by Judge Held In the superior ! recently bought an interest In the court. The cases were brought to White Star laundry at Walla Walla, test the legality of the distribution ofjHe has been located In Walla Walla Intoxicants without a license. ; since he left here over a ye.-r ago. DEftTHS IRE GOiRDIC E law were advocated In the state Mat- , . T. "'"" " " i "-nar.es t isnman form and the Kansas state eonve, ,i ,n ' c ,,ren " ",l"or wn f"'i tor of the rendleton laundry, and slapped the administration square in (he face by adopting a plank calling for the very thing the admlnstration speakers and writers are denouncing as a democratic dream. "Another thing that is making us otes is the fact that Mr. Hrvnn will publish a list of the contributions toj the democratic campaign fund before) not ancr election, wiule Presi dent Roosevelt has tried to explain why the republican national conven tion repudiated the plan by a dizzy majority and Judge Taft has openly and publicly endorsed the president's explanation, and which, by the way, as Is evident from the president's tetter to Mr. Rryan, is one of those explanations that doesn't explain. The people, too, are pleased with the democratic plank demanding the elec tion of United States senators by di rect vote of the people and they are not going to forgive the republican convention for voting it down, after It has been favored five times by reso lution In the house of representatives and endorsed by the legislatures of two-thirds bf the states of the union. San Francisco, Oct. 3 That every l Johnson said there was plenty of one in the ill-fated bark Star of Pen- , time while the tugs stood by to have cat which was wrecke.i off the i savp'' everybody. He said: ' The sea kan coast with a loss of 111 lives. was not very high and only r mod erate wind was blowlne when we first could have been saved if the tow-! struck; however, the tugs cut loose boats Rattle Gage and Kayak had 1 and let us drift" made the effort is the statement made today by seven survivors before the United States Inspectors of steam vessels Polles and Bulger, who are Investigating the disaster. C.us John son, a cannery fireman, who was a passenger on the Rengal, made direct charges of cowardice against the cap tains of the tugs and declared that the tugs went the other way. Francis Muir, the second mate of the Rengal, Daniel Wilson, a carpen ter, Alof Hansen, sailor, and several other survivors corroborated the tes timony. The Investigation will lie continued several days and It is prob able that if the charges arr proved Captain F. Farrar of the tug Rattle, and Captain P. Hamilton of the Kay ak, will face charges of manslaughter.