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ZTT.Z :.izr - , TO ADVERTISERS. Th Rait Orgoulan liai the largest paid circulation or auy paper In Oregon, aat of Portland aud over twice tba circulation In I'endleton of any other newapaper. DAILY EVENING EDITION Forecast for Earfem Oregon, hjr the United Bute WeaiJier Observe at rortlaod. Cloudy tonight and Saturday; prob ably showers. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPKI:. VOL. 20 DAILY EAST OREGOXIAX, PEXDLETOX, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. XO. Mis Ml SPANISH RESIDENTS ill 1 lU KILLED 'Carranzista Troops Withdraw and Zapata and His Soldiers Control Mexico City. REPORTS RECEIVED CONFLICT DEMAND FOR SURRENDER OF SMYRNA REFUSED BY TURKS jutiiisii fleet again opens BOMBARDMENT OX MAIN FORTIFICATIONS. LONDON, March 12. The bom burdrnent of Smyrna, the principal port In Aalatlu Turkey, wm resumed today after the Turkish commander refused the demund to surrended pre sented by Admiral I'elrce, commander of the BrltiHh Inverting squadron. Athetm dispatches reported the outer work have been reduced and that the British are now shelling the batterlea from Inside the harbor. The demand to capitulate followed a notice by Admiral I'elrce that he would give the Turkish commander 24 hour to remove noncombatants from According to Word from Brazilian the city. Immediately Moslem cour- Mlnlstr, Who Has Cliargc of Am-j,.rg ,. through the city rousing the crtcan Affairs, Obregon Left the Capital on WodnelaT XUfht In quiry Into Death Ordered. American Slurdorcd. WASHINGTON, Jlarch 12. John McManus of Chicago, wan murdered In cold blood and hi body riddled by ZaiMttlMa troop In Mexico City. This wan the declaration of tho Brazilian minister lu an official dispatch to Uie late dcartiiicnt. Before ho was slain, Uio legation seal litul lxri plae od on hi Iioono and ho had protection of Uio Mart and Mrlpo flying over It at the time of the outrage, These detail of murder were withheld when Uio dettartmcnt Ant announced the death. They leaked out. later and the tlcpartiiM-nt verified Uicni. Ttie Incident reciited auch an al arming acct In the Mexican sltu utlon that an entire cabinet meeting ma devoted to lu discussion. Ad ministration head felt tho McManu affair Indicated Uiat Zapata might hceomo m source of dancer despite his inirnpt disavowal of the murder and promise of punishment. later ad vice Itidieato tho danger of 7Lamta not hclnjr able to rontro his own troop. populace and Boon a procession tow ard the railroad stations was begun. The French government has offi cially admitted that an expeditionary force 1m on the way to Turkey, to ci operate with the allied fleet operat ing against the Dardanelles. Then troops. In command of General D' A made, the French commander In Morocco, are expected to disembark in Asia Minor near the entrance to the Dardanelles. It wiih reported unofficially that British troops. Including a large Aus tralian contingent are being trans ported from Egypt to assist in tha campaign. CONSTANTINOPLE. . (wireless to Berlin) March 12. A force ol 1000 British troops has been landed from the warships along the Dardan elles and attempted today to assult a number of Turkish positions, dls patches announced. They were re pulsed with considerable loss and forced to retire to their ships. warn FlIJICM FOB HIED TREASURE R. F. Kirkpatrick and Gang of Men Searching Rc Hidden Gold. Searching Reservation Lands for TUTUIIU BASIN AFFORDS PLACE FOR ARTESIAN TEST WATER Ol THIS KIM) CAN SECURED IV THIS SEC TION IS BELIEF. QUEST THUS FAR IS IN VAIN FORMER LOCAL MINISTER WILL 60 TO CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON. March 12. The troops of Genera Obregon have evac uated Mexico City and General Za- RKV. y. L. FOTWINK AtX'KlTS pata s forces have occupied It. One CALL OF CIU'KCIf AT SAXTV Old Indian Woman Tell Story oi Having Hurled Can or Gold Many Year Ago Aged Squaw I Near Dcatli . round AH About De scribed Sst It Plowed Under. . R. F. Kirkpatrick, claimant to the title of mayor, of Pendleton, has turned fortune hunter and, with a crew from his ranch, la hunting for burled treasure on the reservation with all the fervor that animated Loii John Sliver and his coveteous associates. Plows, scrapers, picks and shovels are being employed In the search for an aged squaw's hid den wealth but up to date the quest has been a vain one. The search resulted from the story told by Ko-ko-ye-a-lash, .an old In dian woman who Is near death, that 'gome other applicants That artesian water can be secur ed In this section and that the Tu- tullla basin affords particularly fa vorable place for a test well Is stilt ed by Messrs. Miller and ' Payne of Athena who- have Leen drilling ar tesian wells with success in the neighborhood of Athena. This morning the two Athena men were taken over the above mentioned section by Walter McCormmach, ac companied by an East Oregonlan rep resentative. It Is contended hv both Messrs. Miller and Payne that there Is no reason artesian water cannot be secured here as well as at Walla Wulla, Athena and La Grande. They look upon the Tutullla flat between the John Crow place and the foothills as probably the most likely region lnl which to strike water at a shallow depth. There are two flowing wells at I Athena now. one in the park which j was drilled five yeara ago by these men. The other well was recently I finished and Is on the Victor Harris place. This well is but 336 feet deep , mm mere is a cunsmiii now or water whicl) Mr. Harris used In Irrigating an alfalfa field. Miller & Payne say they have con tracted to drill two wells for Charles Williams near Athena, a well for Taylor Paris while . they have had with whom - - - a i Are ei aii nppc ' IIMIIIII il Ml I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 C uiiiul. iruii i uiiul. i III PflHTAPT HUTU :; ii. uuiimui mill i ADVAB EH (APLANO narrowly .CAPES GERMAN TORPEDO VESSEL OF ItEI) STAIl LINE TAKt.ET HIT MISSILE MISSES MAHK. IS LONDON, March 12. A German submarine attempted to destroy the lied Star liner Lapland with a torpedo while the vessel was speeding toward New York with 108 passengers; ac cording to dispatches from Liverpool today. Many of those on board are Ameri cans. Although the office of the line here refused to confirm the report, it is believed to be authentic. The news reached here In a brief wireless dis patch which said that the Lapland had enrminterpri n submarine a sh on Ilindeburg-s Army Uut Manj Mt the Mersey river but before the Obstacle will Have to l Over.-f.mc j underit.a craft couId uk tht. ofren. Russians Have Immense Force to sive the UapUnd put on full steam and escaped. The Lapland left Liverpool at noon yesterday. Reports of the attack were parti- Greatest Battle Since Mazurian Lakes is Rapidly Developing in Eastern Theater of War.' TEUTONS DRIVING FORWARD Warsaw Im Ilnal ObjccUve Point ol siiiic or IE UNCALLEO FOR SAY AGENTS III REPORT .Meet the (.ermans. PETROGIIAD, March 12? The greatest battle since Mazurian Lakes! i uuimucu .o i.e uce.oP1.,g ar ny Cf,nfirm(1(, t0(lay when the cap. I'rzasnysz. A big Slav force it was! tain of a coaster arrived and report announced Is in contact with the Ger- cd that a submarine fired a torneda mans who are advancing from the at h!s !hi eight miles north of the north and weft. The objective point ! mouth of the Mersey river, missing "of the Germans is the fortress at Pul- his vessel by but a few vards. she had burled a can of gold mm? ihnv huv nnt mninpi.ii Th Hriit ' ' Ifiun u 17 ii npnr if nM t ..'no a nhnllt - t . t - i I tTolpnka - - - -w-. r-u a writ ni ixl uianuo uiiu t iiuiuucr a mile and a half above the agency. 0f wei8 tn eastern Washington. Her land Is rented by the Klrkpat- if artesian water can be secured on ricks and her son, John Mitchell, en- the Tutullla basin It Is contended a listed their helu In the search for lurcr. ommint nt In it1 In Ihnt tutrf Inn the burled money. According to could be brought Under irrigation. I f.ustofl 'e''en thound. five th enl,i In n ... .u- i "ussians nave oeen tanen tusk, 30 miles north of Warsaw and commanding the road to Warsaw. Be fore they can reach Pultusk the) . must capture Przasnysz and force , back the Russians 25 miles. It was j offlclaly announced the Germans are on the offensive at Lonza and Os- The bombardment of Osso- wetx continues. of American and several Spaniards were ItOSA. killed during the transfer of author-. Jty. I Friends of Rev. W. E. fr twine. This Is the situation tn the Mexl- formerly of this city, have received ran capital as outlined In dispatches j word that he has accepted a call to Teeelved by the state department. st. Ignatius parish at fanta Rosa. The Rraxlllan minister who has ' California, and will leave Honolulu charge of American affairs, advised J f,,r his new charge immediately aft the department that the Carranxlsta Pr Easter. The churrh at Santa Ro- troops w ithdrew on Wednesday night ' ti hns about 200 communicants, thBl,e of ner old tePee and The principal Interest so far as thethurcl, buildings being commodious scrapers to remove the ea American government Is concerned. M!Bnd well furnished, with a fine new the killing of John McManus by the pve organ recently Installed. 7npatlstas. Reports of this tragedy xj,e Episcopal church at Oregon nre conflicting. Some said the Zapa- t-tt). considering a call to Mr. tistas. entering the capital before. it-lne and his many friends here daylight, fired M.cMonus 'house and killed him when he offered reslst mce. WASHINGTON. March 12. The Mate department received a dispatch and In Portland will be greatly dis appointed to learn that he Is not coming back to Oregon. In announcing his resignation, Rev. Potwlne gave as his reason tho health of his. wife which demanded today from the Drnxlllan minister at ( a ( hnRe to a cooler climate. In the Mexico City announcing that Jonn been McManus. an American, had . Hawaiian Church Chronicle. RlshoD Harry It. Reatarlck pays Rev. Pot-! ner story, sue uurieu tne gold in alnl,Jrn t0 tne can about two feet deep in the ground; mers and about 19 years ago. She tied a string! to the can, bringing it to the surface of the ground so that she could tell the exact spot where her money lay hidden. The string, however, has rotted nway and it seems the old woman has either forgotten the exact spot or la too sic It to give the Information. Testerday she was taken out In an automobile In an effort to have her point out the burial place of the treasure but she was apparently too feeble to do so. Mr. Kirkpatrick with his sons and hired hands and John Mitchell have plowed up the ground all about the then used earth but to date their efforts to find the can have been futile. One report has It that the old woman has recovered one can Jn w4ilch was 11100 In gold and whlchi was burled only recently but this re- port is not verified. Supt. Swartz lander made an investigation this' morning and states that all of tha' Information he could obtain leads him to believe that no money has yet been found. However, the . ' advantage Pendleton. of the far- BERLIN, March 12 In two bat tles In Poland, at Przasnysz and Au- hundred I itussians nave oeen tanen prisoners COSY THEATER AGAIN IS UNDER NEW. MANAGEMENT the war office announced. The pris oners included two replmental com manders. The government ridiculed Russian claims of victory at Prez osnyss. It was declared that during the lust, eight days the Germans have enptured 11.400 men. British forces attempting an ad vance from Neuve Chappelle have been repulsed with hearr Iowps, the statement declared. MANY FISH FROZEN IN SMALL STREAMS MOTION lMCTEIlES AND VAl'DE VIM.E WILL HE ATTRAC TION'S IX FIT I" RE. The Cosy theater is now running under a new ownership and manage ment, Mrs. Gertrude Rogers and Fred W, Kees having completed a deal with C. A. Stewart yesterday whereby they secured the popular picture play house. They assumed charge of It yesterday and Mr. Kees will hereafter manage it The new owners announce that, they have secured the Mutual service of motion pictures, including Keystone .. .neu.es ..Ul ... - snow eau.re anJ gn,)e creekj, both p,ace . .iiiii aim riMu lanuri llir. n l llllaiiroZe lime they will not have continuous" vaudeville but will secure the best YAKIMA WOOLGROWERS ' SELL CLIPS TOO CHEAP THERE AIXT XO WAR" SEE3IS TO HE THE CENTRAL WASHINGTON IDEA. If reports from North Taklma are Preliminary Findings are Sent to Washington by Government Of ficials at Newport News. FORMAL ACTION HELD BACK So Step Will He Taken I nili Com plete Rei-t Ha Heen Made by Acnu Now InvestlgaUnff the Af fair Germany Expected to Con cede to Demand of America. ' WASHINGTON. March 12. Pre liminary reports received by Presi dent Wilson from agents of the gov ernment at Newport News declared that the sinking of the American ship William P. Frye by the Ger man converted cruiser Eltel Fried erich was wholly unjustified. It Is considered here that when the complete report hns been sub mitted it will show een stronger evidence against the action of tha German ship. Pendling the receipt of all the details, no formal action will be taken by this government. A mere resumption of responslbil Ity and a promise of recompense will not be considered sufficient on the Fart of Germany by this government. Germany will be expected to d'savow the act and take steps to punish accurate the woolgrowera of tlrat aee-JP14" Thierichena of the Eltel In tlon are once more demonstrating scme oTUcUl way. Although the !at their strong desire to sell their wool tfr course will be Insisted on by this at below the market prices.' The re-', Kovernment. no breach of relations is port is to the effect some 150.000 j expected to occur as Germany will Pounds of newlv shorn wool has ! undoubtedly accept the representa tions of the United States In the friendliest spirit and grant all tho demands presented. AMSTERDAM. March 12. That That the fishing In the ruiallcr creeks of the county will be much poorer than It has been for years as a result of the freezing weather last winter is the statement of G. W. Ellis, pioneer I'kiah rancher whrf is in Pen- I dleton today. During the winter Owen I een sold at prices ranging from 1) to 26 cents. The prices reported were 19 and 20 cents for fine wool tnd from 23 to 26 cents for coarse. m kr..l.i . ! .. l cents below the figures that should ! Germany regards the sinking of the be paid for western wool, based on! present eastern prices. Last year the Taklma growers did the same thing by parting with their wool at the first opportunity and thereby re- j American ship Frye by the cruiser I Eitel Frlederlch as unwarranted Is reported in dispatches from Berlin. The news has created a painful Im pression in German official circle. search Is not yet over. killed by Zapatistas who are occupy- j ,v(ne tne following tribute: ing the capital: Indications were that he was Hacked while defending his house. The Zapatistas accused him of slaying several of their num ber when they evacuated the city some weeks ago. . The state department at once ask ed the Brlzlllan minister to demand from Zapata full satisfaction and tha punishment of the men responsible for the killing. It was stated that a message had been received from Za pata himself expressing regret at tha occurance and promising that the culprit will be punished. Details of the affair, however, are lacamg, ."It Is only necessary to state here that the loss will not only be to the work, but that It will be a personal loss to the bishop. Canon Potwlne was familiar with Canon law and church procedure In American dio ceses, and was most helpful In get ting the convocation and church com mittees to understand the mode of procedure and the spirit prevailing In the American church. He has been secretary of the convocation, and his services In that capacity have been most valuable.' "But beyond all his official services there has been the value of his per- KANSAS MAN WOULD SAYE ROUNO-UP HORSE FROM WAR ArPKAL IS MADE ON BEHALF OF "CY1U S NOHLE," SOLD TO FRENCH ARMY. "Cyrus Noble," the Round-up bucking outlaw horse recently sold acts as they are obtainable. They will make their best endeavors to please the public and keep the large ge which this house has en- Joyed In the past. Day's Export Made New Record. NEW YORK, March 12. Exports from this port exceeded In value $10, 000 000, the largest amount ever re cord"d In a single day In the history of the customs-house. The best pre vious record of $9,000,000 was made one day Hut week. Dispatches made It plain that the naJ cnnracter ftnd devotion, which Zapatistas are now occupying Mexi co City and that the Carranilstatroops commanded by Obregon are out. FARMERS UNION WILL HOLD OPEN MEETING AT HELIX PROGRAM FOR EVENING' OF MARCH IS IS PREPARED -CROWD EXPECTED. have been known and read of all men. We can only express our hope and prayer that In the parish of Santa Rosa. California, which he has accepted, that his labors will be abundantly blessed. ' Washington I Nst masters- ApMlntcd WASHINGTON. March 11. Post masters appointed In Washington are to a buyer of cavalry horses for the as follows: Klickitat, Norrla J. solidly to the bottom, he states. ! and when the Ice thawed dead fish I floated down the creeks in great num-1 bers. ' Mr. Ellis states that in the J3 years he has lived In the I'kiah country, the past winter has been the dryest he has known. He also states that that! country was visited by the longest i cold spell in his memory and this! combination was what caused the rireams to freeze solidly. At present, Mr. Ellis says, there is no more wa ter In the mountain streams than there usually is In June. However, he takes an optimistic view of the situ ation, believing that the late rains will make up the deficiency in moisture caused by the light snows. ceived from two to three cents less than was paid the TmatUU county; growers. . j Some time ago R. N. Stanfleld was offered a price of 28 cents for some early shorn wool In Portland and refused the offi?r. The poor prices paid growers are credited by many to the failure of the .Washington press to keep their growers Informed as the truth of the market. ' A strong protest Is expected from a conciliatory spirit. Washington will be advised that the "unfortunate zeal of an excitable captain'' was re sponsible for the affair. Until recently Indirect reports ! have been receive.) from thn FMtel. the Taklma These di(J not mentIon any attaclt on neutral ships. The censor has not yet permitted the Berlin press to mention the Frye incident. It was reported the German government la preparing a statement placing the re sponsibility on Captain Thlerichens. to MRS. JOHN 0. ROCKEFELLER PASSES AWAY AT HER H0MEWELL KNOWN OREGON MAN DIES AT THE AGE OF 89 HELIX, Ore., March 12. The pro Kram for the open meeting of the Farmers' Union to be held In Helix on Saturday evening, March 13. has been arranged and promises to be very Interesting. In addition to the ' regular program there will ho some t.ilks given by members of the Pen dleton commercial club, who expect to come out for tho evening. The Pendleton men will come out with the object In view of working up an Interest In the Celllo celebration, to be held nbout May 6. The regular program will be as follows: Opening Address. . Pres. C. C. Conner Piano Solo .......Mrs. II. W. Drew Vocal Solo Mrs. James Hill AdllresS W. W. Harrah Plnno Solo Miss Sadie Young County Work AnU-Siiffrnglsl Hall. ALBANY, March 12. Antl-suffra-gtsts of Now York planned a ball to night at the Ten Eyck na a demon stration against votes for women. NEWS SUMMARY General. Sinking of'tho Fryo, American ves sel, unjustified say government agents. One American and seven Spaniards killed when Obregon and hi troops quit Mexico City. Turkish commander refuses to sur render Smyrna. nig battle dovclo8 In eastern war zone. Local. Indian woman's hurled treasure Is object of quewt made by It. F. Kirk patrick. - - Many trout In smaller streams frnxen tn (lenfft uri lilntinAi. 1.111 It. O. Enrnhart, County President ,iwcnw "Cyrus Noblo" enlists sympaUiy ol easterner. Rev. Iotw1no leaves Honolulu fof California post. Well drillers say Artesian water can be found here. Vocal Duet Mrs. Victor Mason, Mrs, Drew, Address I.pp Fluhnrty, federal farm pert, of Walla Walla. H. W. ex- French government, has enlisted the sympathies of a man In Leavenworth, Kansas who Is appealing to Post master Tweedy to help him aave the animal from death before the Ger man guns. Incidentally this man, Jim Bradley by name, doesn't think much of the Pendleton people for permitting the little bucker to be sacrificed to war. Here Is a copy of a letter received by the postmaster this .morning to gether with a clipping from the Kan sas City Times telling under a Fen dleton date line, of the sale oi "Cyrus"' to the French: Leavenworth, Kansas. Postmaster, Pendleton: If the enclosed newspaper clipping Is true, a bunch of us who once used to know that country want to ask. What kind of tinhorns are you rais ing there now that you want to send th's little horse to his death? Help to stop It if you are a man. . JIM BRADLEY. Far from having his sympathies aroused for'the little animal, Post master Tweedy, who has seen said animal In action at the Round-up, declares his sympathies are entlrelj with the French cavalryman who tries to ride "Cyrus" Into battle. Young; Bryant, Mrs. Emma Burnett; Startup. Clifford R. Lane; Stellacoom Warren L. Blair Thorp, Mary E. McDonald. St Years on Bench. WASHINGTON. March 12. Chief Justice White of the supreme court observed his 21st anniversary as a Jurist today. He was appointed to the bench by President Cleveland. ' WIFE OF SENIOR OIL MAGNATE; Sl'tt I'.MHS TO DISEASES OF AGE. A. J. CHAPMAN. PIOXEFU MIL LER OF NORTHWEST. PASS. ES AWAY AT NYE. NEW YORK. March 12. Mrs. John D. Rockefeller. Sr... wife of the! world's richest man. died this morn-j After an eventful life In the north ing at the family home, PocanticO) west since 1852. when he crossed the (plains by ox-team. A. J. Chapman, Mrs. Rockefeller had been ill for Pioneer miller and widely known several weeks with anemia and kin- throughout the state, died at Nye on dred Ills, due to advanced age. She March 9 at the age of 89 years. The suffered from the same illness last funeral was held at N and burial summer and was largely responsible took place in the old Vincent ceme- for Rockefeller moving from Cleve land to Pocantieo Hills. Lend Mines to Resume. BONNE TKRRE, Mo., March 12. Announcement was made here that all the lead mines In St. Francois county would resume operations -on full time March 16. Forty-five hun dred employes will be affected. Since Inst October the mines have been running five daya a week, and have curtained output 25 per cent be low full capacity. Four mining com panies will be affected. j Use Slpfnhs as Rpfl frniQ AmhuhnrAc h a UM,U,,VW ' I i Fi hi ar m mt m Minimum wii nn m iumi i inni iiimii iiitiiaiiiwaiiii n imi wm i V ii m in iViV siTu w7 ani niinin nr Tinhtir r r --n "-iaft - i "n -riiin iiMiTir I W i r" ii Mi II 1 1 ! iiwiim-nrm-rn i i --iirrmarrmn hi n n . nar aasntr airm in an i m in n nm urn aanasa i i n i wan nai najnn aa hi mi J itj .c jr J 5 i , i mmmiii i iii mm iiiiiiitiiwS il iTx' . T " "'"i" I mi' T tomi' 'Ti TTt i iiiiii.i i J:Vin71Tr'MiiMriiiiiiii J j m1-- !"' .i........-.. -.i. ...,,,.l.,.,,.Ll,...,ll..l.1Hta..l.l,.iiM '.ll 11 1 " " 111 "" '' M....i,l.J I I tery. Mr. Chapman was born In England on the 24th of August, 1 8 2. He came to this country In 1852 and Im mediately set forth- for the west and arrived In the Willamette valley In August, being the first among the settlers to cross the plains In thut year. Mr. Chapman, was a miller by trado and built some of the first mills In the valley. He constructed the first mill at Walla Walla later, known as the Yellow Huwke mill and also built the first mill at Oregon City which was washed away by high wa'er 1" Mr. Chapman came to t'm.-itllU county 20 years ao and h id mad" his home Bt different tlm.'s with bis sons at Nye. In 1S0 he w;is married to MH Nancy Markwood of or.kjmi Citv. She passed away In l1!!!'.. The children who survive are A. B. Chapman, D. W. Chapman, I'. V. Chapman and Ed Chapman all of Nye, K. G. Chapman of Taeoina. and Mrs. Charles Horsein in of (VnlralU. Mrs. L. V. Gibson of Portland, Mrs. S. J. Eddy of Portland an I Mrs. I.. T. l.'ghtfoot of Nye There Is al one brother, Fred Chapman of Col fax. Wa.sh., who Is years old. Four other sons have died. A superior, fast ambulance service against a poor system of roads, the captured by 1 l?iiucinn f ri tl.tfld.).! th... ...v. . . ... V v ...... as ambulances would on runners has been put Into effect Russian army. In Poland by the Short motor trucks I sletghs, fitted prove more efficacious. the Germans. Is being the kaiser's forces In East, 0'riUin Successful. WASHINGTON. lUrch 12. Dr. GrujHon. military n'de to the jrrjl. dent, and Doctor Kauntleroy uri'l Old. operated on .Secretary of th and contending units have been fitted out and one, no Jolts and Jars. used by i russia. nesliles Delng able to bo Treasury McAdoo for aoorollcliu. Several hauled more quickly, the sle Is afford Bulletins aald the operation wn en tirely satisfactory.