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( -Bl jTA 5rM-WEEKm fNv VJL , the ada in today'. East 11 ' A' - ' : EVEHIN8EDITI0K AVEATIIER REPORT. Fair and colder to. night; Tuesday fair. VOL. 21. PEXDLJSTOX, OKKJOX, MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1908. NO. C395. BIG fl PISSES INTO HISTORY Be Bigger and Better Next Year, According to Plans Being Made. Minor, oean Worthlngton and Luella Goodman. Though the business affairs of tho fair are fur from toeing In a settled slate, yet this afternoonf It Ih cortaln that all bills will be mot and that tho management will have ubout $3000 worth of Improvements on hand. Chief among these is the 11000 live stock tent and permanent improve ments In the pavilion. BABY SHOW IS FEATURE OF LAST DAY'S SESSION'. CHEAT LAND LOTTERY OPENED BY GOVEIIXM EXT. All Rill for Improvement Will Bo Paid lYom 11-oflttf of Big Gather injc About 30,000 Paid Admissions During AVeck of Pleasure All Revord KumHicd I))' Riff Exhibits Strengllioiiod DcNirtmcntM and BottT Accommodations for Next Year. raid admissions last year, 24,- 000. Paid admissions this year, 30,- 000. 44 Dallas, 8. D., Oct. 6. What Is ex pected to ho one of the greatest public land lotteries ever conducted by Uncle Sam had Its Inaugural to day, when the land offices here and at other towns In the vicinity, were opened for the registration of the thousands of home-seekers eager t ti.ke a chance on securing a home In the Rosebud Indian reservation. Eight hundred thousand acres, di vided Into quarter-section farms, will be disponed of by this lottery. It is expected that not less than 100,00) persons, and probably more, will be drawn from the wheel of fortune at the drawing beginning on October 19. Judge James XV. Whltten, chief law officer of tho United States general land office, Is In charge of the open ing. Thousands of people arc pour ing Into this and the other reglstra- j lion towns daily and almost super , human efforts will be required to pre vt nt suffering and lawlessness. BUCK IB CLOUD BUCK BAND SETS IN THE BUNS i FIENDISH FIRE Mix-up in Political Situation of Near East Promises Eu ropean War, . lU IXmtlA DECLARES OWN' INDEPENDENCE Reigning Prince Ferdinand Declares Himself Czar of BuljfMiiuiiH and Asks Help to .light .Turkey .for lYrcdoni from Porte Yoke Itub Ilsliiucnt of Slavonic Empire May Result lowtTs Take a Hand. Sofia, Bulgaria, Oct. 5. Prince Ferdinand, the reigning prince, toTlay proclaimed Bulgary an independent kingdom and formally announced himself czar of all Bulgarians. The announcement was made at Tirnova, the ancient capital. Prince Ferdi nand's action results from the com bined action of the cabinet and the Ten People Killed and Many Fatally Injured in New York Tenement Fire, ALL ESCAPE IS ( IT OFF BY FIKES IX .STAIRWAY. present. The absence of r.usn or the New lorn team, pre cluded any decision this morning. ATLANTIC FLEET Quit now reigns within the falrj pavilion whore last week gaiety held I full away, beauty, disorder and confusion pre vail In every booth. Men and wo- j men with arms full of bundles and ; express wagons with heavier loads ore quickly removing the exhibits. I The carpet of confetti alone remains ' undisturbed. At 11 o'clock Saturday night the third annual fair of the third eastern ' Oregon district agricultural society was officially declared at an end and a few minutes later the watchman alone occupied the pavilion. With the attendance records smashed for onch day the fair Is generally conced ed to have been every bit the uccs that whs promised and with the three years' experience to profit by the management Is fully convinced that next year It will do still better. Already are tho plans for enlarge ment and Improvement being made and the public run feel sure that the departments which were weak thl year will not be so next time and those that were strong will bo even stronger. A large addition will bo mnde to the livestock tent and the number of cattle to be shown there next year will be several times as large as this year. Words of praise are being heard on every side for the music furnish ed, both vocal and Instrumental. This added materially to the success and , . , . ' .. , . ... Manila, Oct. S The At ant o bat and pleasantness of the fair and the I r-nnngemcnt is being congratulated ' "''ship fleet safely outrode a hur fnr having chosen so wisely. Though , rlcane which swept Manila bay for tile program committee was dlsap-Jjo hours and did much pointed by the failure of some to flphore. Crowded Tenement Is Ignited While Holdouts Arc All Asleep Many Jump From Window to Death No Escape Through . Stairway - Firemen Pluy Ball With liable Mothers Kcum; by Roof. M-w York, Oct. 6. Ten persons were burned to death and many fa tally injured in the burning of an east side tenement today an Incen diary fire which Fire Marshal Kelley deolnrcs was set 'by the Black Hand. The fiends who set the fire started the flames In a stairway so that all opportunity for escape of the Inmates ivas shut off. Oil soaked paper was put about the building in various places. When the inmates, most of whom were foreigners, were awakened they were entirely hemmed in by flames. prince who Joined In .proclamation. MAGNATES MEET TO The fanatical populate Is urging the DECIDE BALL (l RsTIOX prince to march on Turkey Imme- . . luiately. Cincinnati, Oct. E. A meeting of. The exact text of the declaration Instead Of the scenes of the national baseball commission to of independ. m e has been sent to all rder nnd confusion nre- consmer me niumeiiiou ,ueuoir- umi llu. ,.;uropean chancellories. but IS firo h-vln been starter! nt both front may give the season's pennant to wtibheld from publication pending allJ lvar of the building, cither Chicago or New York, was be- reply. The delay is being utilized in .v juill Willi Babies, gun when the directors of the Na- rushing to completion all military jfost of those who were killed tlonal league went . Into session to-( plans for the occupation of Roumel-J )un,0 j flom the windows of the day. empires O'Day and Emslle, who a aj soldiers are being mobilized i building, three of whom attempted to offichiled at the disputed game, nrenad rushed to the frontiers. It Is notjg,.t 0,u through the roaring furnace i resioeio. Known wn.it action wll be tuken by.0l, tne fairway without having the tne foreign governments. It is ex- Ullghtest chance of escape. Ten peeted that the whole Balkan penin- j hames were saved by the heroic ef- sula will be thrown into war. Prlnc f,,rt:J f firemen who after securing Ferdinand Is counting on the ast-tnH children at the risk of their lives mice of Servla and Koumania. and it; threw them from the windows to the is inougnt tne strong effort will be walling men below, who caught them mane to esiaonsn a siavanic empire. COMMONER REITSES TO TALK OF ROOSEYELTTAX TOl'R Lincoln, Oct. B. That President Roosevelt fully Intends to take the stump In favor of the candidacy of Mr. Taft was the Information received at Falrvlew today from the east. It was said that the advices came from persons upon whom reliance could be placed and were to the effect thai Mr. Roosevelt is planning to make at hast six speeches In the course of a trip from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the concluding speech to be delivered at San Francisco, with numerous short speeches en route. Mr. Bryan, however, absolutely refused to make any comment on the subject. I Mr. Bryan leaves tonight at mid- 1 night for Des Moines on a tour of LIQUOR DEALERS PLEAD CM Thomas Moffatt and Van. Goodwin Throw Themselves on Mercy of the Court. WILL PAY FIXESDRAW SUSPENDED SENTENCES. Iowa, to take advantage of the sit uation In the republican party of that 1 state, which Is In a deadlock on the Two Men Recently Indicted by Urna-. senatorial contest lature. In the state legls- COI RT ISSUED INJUNCTION AOAIXST BLUE LAW REIGX tillu Grand Jury Change Their Pleas of Xot Guilty This Afternoon Compromise Agreed Upon Be tween inirt of Defendants and the Court Others W 111 Stand Trial and Long Content W ill Follow Clients and Their Attorneys Fail to Agree. I Thomas Moffatt and Van Goodlln, E MANILA RAY SWEPT BY HUNDRED MILE GALE; Powers Ask Mediation. Paris, Oct. 5. It was announced at the foreign office today that France, England and Russia will probably be members of a triple alliance which hits agreed to propose mediation Turkey and Bulgaria. like nwny baseballs. Most of those who escaped climbed to the top of the building and made their way to safety over other roofs. Two men were seen rolling a bar rel into the building Just before the fire started. During the burning of to the structure two heavy explosions I occurred and these are believed to Portland, Oct. 5. When Judge Cal vin U. Gantenbeln of the equity de partment of the state circuit court late Saturday Issued a restraining or-' der returnable Monday afternoon, en Joining the chief of police of this city, indicted by the grand Jury on the the district attorney of Multnomah charge of selling liquor contrary to county and all other city and county the local option law, changed their authorities from Interfering with or Plea of not guilty to guilty on two attempting to prevent any man from indictments each this afternoon and conducting his business he made the will be sentenced Wednesday morn enforcement of the blue laws Sunday lng at 9 o'clock. Impossible, and consequently business It is understood that a compro was as usual yesterday. mise has been agreed upon whereby by Although liquor houses are specifl- pleading guilty to two counts, the de- cally enumerated In this law, there Is fendants will be permitted to pay a another law which prohibits the'sale fine for the first offense and will of liquor on Sunday and the restrain- have their Jail sentences' suspended ing order did not attempt to interfere during good behavior. The other with the operation of that law. The cases will be held over them, saloons therefore remained closed as What will be the final disposition usual. JUDGE TIFT BIS ' of the cases against the remainder ' of the defendants Is hard to determ ine at this time as It seems neither I the attorneys or their clients have reached decisions or can agree. In- Foreign ministers Plnchon of; have been due to the efforts of the France, Swolsky of Russia and Xaoun ! Black Hand to make their murder- Stonn Breaks WKIi Sudden Fury and i i asiia or 'Turkey, held a conference ous work more certain Rage? for 12 Hours About Vessel1 to,lav "l ,!k' conclusion of which It of Speny command - Heavy j "? T'T Stanlllrtf; he ' Bulgarian minister of foreign affairs. Ships Finally Driven lo Cavlte , v 111 be called into conference w ith Coiumuiiientloii With Shore Wan! the members of today's inquiry on to Shut Off Much Damage In Mn-1 "'row. ilia by Wind. WRIGHT MAKES FLIGHT AND WINS BIG GRAND JURY CONDEMNS PORTLAND MAYOR'S REFORMS PRIZE Portland, Oct. 5. Important pub lic questions are dealt with in the fi nal report of the first county grand Jury provided under the new law. The Jury made its report last Saturday af- Leinaus, Oct. 5 Wilbur Wright, the American aeroplanlst, who holds the deed, the two men who entered pleas ; of guilty this afternoon, did s.o with out consulting their attorneys, which fact caused a mlxup and considerable delay In court proceedings this after noon. The attorneys In the case were ' iRaley, Richards' Raley. " i Some of the other defendants have REPUBLICAN' CANDIDATE - j deciared they will fight the cases IN STRENUOUS SUNDAY, rather than plead guilty, even if it j costs them every cent they have. It Shaken Hands of PolltMnns-At.cnds ' therefore probable that some long , drawn-out legal battles will be waged Omgresiitlonal Church Takes An- In ,he circuit court and state courts. to Rido Over Kansas City Sicaks , i Y. M. C. A. and Visits Xegro MILTON' WATER DISPUTE ' at Church Meeting In One Day New Plans Announced. SETTLED PEACEABLY Kansas City, Oct. fi. It has been definitely decided that Judge Taft shall close his campaign on the night of November 2 at Youngstown, O. The national campaign of the party In a phone message received this afternoon from Milton by the East Oregonlan It was stated that the re ports of trouble over the water rights of the Peacock mill company have been widely exaggerated. According to the report received the milling company had sent a crew keep their engagements, the programs rendered are gmierally conceded to have been bitter than those of the fi rmer fairs. vj The changes made In the stand , aided materially and by next year It l.i hoped to have still other nrr.m-e- nn nts made which will tend to fa- j ltl.nA 1,1. U """" "I" S I r1l tlo l,..l.-l.t n.,.l It II..,., ,n.l.. pleasant for speaker and hearer alike. ,y tnppre(, d,(Wn flt mMn,ht I in iHiiii :tiniv. damage"'""""" "'"r" ,or an aeroplane ..,P unnu.lnou jt.ignt esuwislHi another world's ' hl. ,, jllron, , in. mm .iiierouoii ior ume Typhoon signals were displayed car-in , ,i;,., . ,,u v . t ' . . . and distance with n passenger. With' ly Sunday morning but the storm'., p..,.,,,.,, , , ,. , ,, , , 1 , , i'1 h,ellch journalist. Leon Ho e, bv , broke over the bay suddenly and unex- , s,,0 n,malm,(1 , ,he ,' f(; j ,..-CCU,, i.l MM. ......, ., " " .... ,v..... Mne field , intensity and tne torrential rains shut I fMn,.,, , in the ships was opened at that place with Oover ternoon after n month of busy work. nor Hughes as tne speaKer ana it nas nf men up the Walla Walla river to Lewd women should not be ruth-j been deemed fitting that the national repair and clean out Its flume. In lessly driven out of the city. That Is, candidate should mawe hU closing ad- doing so thev diverted more water recommendation of, dress at that place. jnt the mill company's race than had Just what! The announcement was regarded as been customarilv taken. Learning of bearing it will have on the crusade of j interesting from the indcation it he action the Milton nursery sent points to that tne candidate will De some 0f it!t men to the Red Bridge to occupied actively right up to the last, divert some of the water back, which After the Youngstown meeting Mr. they did. - times and covering a dis- I mm i- c.-uiiiiiieu in Kilometers or 111 I AH tllll..u II a 1..,.. nMA..t At 8 o'clock at night the storm had;fiKht wa ;,,; ", ' 'e lnK estrangement i.'iin utintrii llti III Ry his font the city administration, which has or di rect these women to reform or leave the city by next Tuesday remains to he seen. The jury lias also been able to ar rive at a final conclusion concerning that has ex- Stevens and at once for Clncin vote the following The baby show Saturday afternoon was one of the features of the entire week. A total of SC were entered for the prizes mid Addison Dennett was given the workout of his life In striving to pick first and second win ners. The pavilion was crowded with nn Interested lot of speotators and each baby was given nn ovation. Thelma Carney and Margaret Pick ens were finally declared the winners of first and second money respective ly. Those entered were as follows: F. I Raymond. Mary Stevens, Zel ma Nell, La Pnge Inig, Sherman Fish, Harold Richmond, Robin Fletcher, Jny Sarkls, Alice Ollllng luim, Georgia Ilertdow, Jesse Fronk iim, Edgar Ijcnnnrtl, Vance Prother ton, Mary Ttrothorton, Lillian Millln ron, Mildred Wyrlck, Pule Cannon, Edward Markhnm, Tlielina Carney, Marguerite Heck, David Ireland, Charlene Kndlcott, Iessle Parish, Daphne Lennnrd. Audlne Hanshnw, Irene Tiimpinan, Lcroy Kicker, Alma Dilpuis, Murguerlte Dickens, Violet Hodglns, Rueln Randolph, Marvel it was compuratively calm, although (lntrnct slg practically fulfills the conditions of a ,., ls rp,.VOl, of nll hUmo nn(l'the OntriCt s kflieil hv hni on. I T I ... heavy sens swung across the harbor. ! .ni. . ' I 'rouble is traced to failure of the Ih"rt r '''V. Mr! WhtcelvTS I., . Z, ' : , , J 1,1 nn'' thp ".vn'llcate takes in return -i"" j the patent rights of the Wright ma ordered tie fnirsiln Pminr.r-tl.Mi) 1 ., ' "lit. in ma , ,. ... ' . " ' cnines ior j-ranee and the colonies and the Kansas, Minnesota, Vermont, with ti. , i 1 , . , . Vlrelnl,, ,h nhin ,,,t V"h ,'I"I,," " nia.iufaeti.ring " , . , , ! aeroplanes on this model. I They were close to the breakwnter and Admiral Sperry fenred they might I drag anchors. The six vessels steamed down close to Cavlte, where they anchored. At the time the wind blow at the MINISTER WOULD SOLVE THE TEMPERANCE PROBLEM. RellliiRham. Oct. 5. In a sensa- r.ite of ino miles nn hour and all com-' ' ','""" "'K,u K0V- ""'"" munlcatlon with shore was cut off. ' rr W,ork; ,asior "f tllP Fht Con It was Impossible durln the height Kn'KMtio"al 1,u,t,1 of city, made of (he storm to see the warships through the haze of rnln and spray. On shore It was dangerous to be about., Several carriages were over- lurneo ny me wind, trees were blown down, electric wires were pros, tinted and several buildings were un roofed. Among the buildings unroofed was the depot commissary. Several naval officers who were nshore on various errands were com pelled to remain ashore nll night. a w L SPEAK SliiUHl John M. Oearin. ex-United States senator and one of the most brilliant orators of the state, is to be here Sat urday evening to discuss tho Issues of the presidential campaign from a democratic stnnlpolnt. News that Senator Oearin is to speak here was received this morning by local democrats and they are look ing forward with Interest to his com ing. Definite arrangements for the meeting have not yet been made, but it will very probably be held In the court house. llecause of the prominence Into which he came through his appoint ment ns United States senator, Mr. Oeaiin Is recognized ns one of the big lenders of the Oregon democracy. His nblllty ns a speaker has caused his party brethren to put him forward frequently ns' a spokesman. At the recent democratic nntlonnl convention Mr. Genrln had the honor of being the first man to second the nomination of William J. Drynn for the presidency. a unique suggestion for n proposed local option law In Washington. He declares that bars should be abolish ed and the fronts of resorts opened. That they should serve berr and other refreshments on tables and that the practice of treating should Ih- abolished. county court to turn over to the sher iff custody of county prisoners. .tX)D AVORDS FOR PENDLETO.f BANK Forest Fire- Burn Much. Gold Tlench. Ore.. Oct. 5. With the forest flies raging on every side, the air heavy with smoke and so much ef the range burned, It is feared that the sheep will suffer for feed. Only by great care and much work was se rious loss of life and property averted; Ranchers along the Rogue rfter be tween here and Port Orford nre suf fering most. Many homesteads are burned. Saturday the schoo . house In Squaw valley, recently erected, was humed to the ground. IMlitlclim Fulls Over Niagara. Tucson, N. M., Oct. 5. Hrewster Cameron of this city, who was swept to death over Niagara falls on Fri day, when, according to a dispatch, he slipped from the suspension bridge, wns prominent In politics here. He wns offered the governor ship of Arizona when Governor Mc Cord resigned. The Pacific Hanker of Portland contains the following flattering no t'co of the nationalization of Pendle ton Savings bank, now the American National bank of this city: The president of this bank Is that successful business man and live banker, Montle R. Gwlnn, president of tho Oregon Rankers' nssocliation. The American national, though new in name, is a pioneer bank lu iney nave capital and surplus ofM,, wireless. $:64,000; deposits of over a million; tliey have cash and exchange of 1365 000 nnd their totals are $1,297,000. Tlie other officers nre: Harold C. Stephens, vice president; J. W. Ma loney, cashier, and T. O. Montgomery, assistant cashier. Taft will leave nati to cast his day. The details of the itinerary of the candidate, for he closes his western tcur In Chicago Wednesday night, have not been finally worked out, but will be completed, It is slid, this week. Judge Taft had little rest yester day. After private breakfast with the welcoming committee, political handshaking occupied the candidate's time until he attended the Beacon Hill Congregational church. In the afternoon an automobile ride, a talk at the Y. M. C. A. nnd to a men's meeting nt the Independence Baptist church, n negro congregation occupied his time. All of the workmen are said to have been unarmed and no trouble occur red, nor Is any feared. HERMISTON .MAN SHOT DUCKS TOO SOON George Johnson of Hermiston was sentenced this morning by Justice Joe Parkes to pay n f . ne of $15 or serve seven days in jail for shooting ducks before the season opened. He pre fers to serve out his time and is now doing so. Johnson was arrested yesterday by Otto Turner, deputy game warden, and he was brought up from Hermiston last evening. He is acused of hav ing hunted ducks during the latter part of August. Furthermore he was found to have hunted without a li cense. In the justice's court th's morning Johnson admitted his guilt and was Terrific Stonu Saturday. Seattle. Oct. 5. A terrific storm raged off the Alaska coast from Sitka reality. 1 10 Putch Harbor Saturday, according thereupon given the above mentioned At Cordova the steamer sentence. Bertha wns forced to run for shelter, the seas breaking over the dock The' An Indiana act of 1 S 9 Si provides steamer Portland arrived Saturday that 1." cents an hour shall be tho morning with several life boats miss- minimum wages paid for manual la in g. bor. Strike Is Settled. Winnipeg. Oct. 5. Following the announcement yesterday that the dif ferences between the mechanics nnd the Canadian Pacific railroad were settled, hundreds of workmen nre participating In a wild scramble to day for their old jobs. They will re turn to work tomorrow. The terms of settlement nre secret, but It is an nounced that they are agreeable and honorable to both sides. Burglars Hide Dynamite. Chlco, Cal., Oct. 6. The discovery of a box of dynamite caps under the rear porch of the residence of Mrs. J Barrick, adjoining the rear of the First National bank, today, lends to the belief that a robbery was planned In which the vaults of the bank were to have been blown open. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE 20 PER GENT MORE There are nearly 150 more enrolled In tho Pendleton city schools this year than last. This is the largest Increase In n'ny one year for a number of years. According to nn enrollment census taken this morning by City Superin tendent Landers, the number enroll ed at the present time in the flv? sihools Is 925. or exactly 145 more than were enrolled nt the same time last year. With one exception each school shows an Increase In attend ance. The one exception is to be found in the Lincoln or north side school and this Is accounted for by the fact that two or three families with a largo number of children, moved away. The following ls the enrollment far last year nnd this In crieh f the schools: 1907. 190t. Lincoln 102 92 Field 102 110 Washington 2(2 2S1 Hawthorne 27t 2S9 High HO 150 Aside from the public schools tae attendance at the Pendleton acade my and the St. Joseph's academy also show a healthy gain this year. For all the schools of the city there Is a 20 per cent approximate Increase In attendance over last year.