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DAILY EVENING EDITION
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PEXDLETOX, UMATILLA COt'XTY, OltEHON, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER is. 1001
PORTIA KNIuHT IN HEM SENSATIONAL ROLE IN ENQLAND
POSTMASTER-GENERAL SMITH IS HIT
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MKD IN BLAZE OF GLORY
! leomieH Hi'ir. tion-Parade Was Brilliant Thea-
.j ). ...tiii it VAhot Mi-ion
re IVltVlilll. Iillt'l DtMHIfJ "I'm urau
Ini. delivered tbe keya to tM hi'Hd
rottoul. Mr. Falkcnhurg, was not pres
ent nml this duty fell upon Ohnirmnn
The Head Consul.
Head Consul Falkeuhurg was rhon
Introduced and took up .'to minutes
talklnc eloquently of fratrnnlism in
t. BMol nn.l Wiioilcinrt iu particular.
ilOO In his ilcasing wny. many laugh
aide things which kept the crowd
rom getting weary. He concluded at
in 20, and then Chairman Rtlllman
announced that those who did not
wish to remain ami see the stcroopti
con views and hear the phonograph
could go to the La Dow hall, where
the dance would he held.
Some heautllul scenery from the
noftk and along th Columhla river
wns shown, which pleased the audi
in . taUMMOt?! hut when the photo
ot Admiral Sold was thrown on the
tirtaln. the cheer thut went tip show
I I the favor hi which the Dfoplg hold
the hero of Santiago. Among the plc
turi'S were those of Grand Guardian
i an ;. C. Van Orsdall and Chairman
of the Hoard of Grand Manager A
D. Stlllnian. of this city.
The reception committee of the Wo
men of Woodcrnft was: Mrs. Ada
Roes. Mrs. Mary Johnaon. Mrs. Helle
Todi Win Frances Todd. Mrs Flm
Sireever. Mrs Hallle Stnutleld.
Mis .1 F. Nowllu Mrs Mabel Patton.
Mrs. Agnes Nelson. Mrs Agnes Still
mnn. Mrs A. Ii StiUnian. Mrs Mln
Die Kenn. Mrs Sarah Catching. Mrs
Virginia Cole. Mrs both Krauae. ,Mrn
Migustn Kimball. Mrs Mary Krebs
Mrs. Martha Hays. Mrs Ellen Hond,
Martha C.reullch. Mrs. Robert
Broom, Mrs. Anna Humphrey.
Tin Woodmen committee ol ar-
iingeinents was A li Stlllman G
llartman. Sr., ami JeJBOa E.
The committee of arrangements
ioi tin- Women oi Woodcraft was:
Mrs Ads Hons and Mrs Marv John
Faulkenburg on Woodcraft.
of Vi.., I. raft and frati rnallnni In
0 m ini Head COMMl Falk iilmri:
'When I real...- thut 246. onu m.l.li
nii-ii an- manliliiK iindfr th dan nor
' In" I lift ) In-art In tliiiiihrulni ar
Unit ti ll Kathi r lian i liohi-n mr tn
work unions hie bbIIAtm It Is a
i" Hiitlfnl and refCi'MliliiK experifuce ma
cliiuli tht- mountain oi lift tbore
itu- foothillti nl iiihIiii I..m- th.
ItOnM do not troulili ami hi-artx of nil
an i.-H'-.tul. to fi-l that tin n-wurd
Il wocthf of the xtriiKKli' Stiadlly
WiKKlinen of tin World an ellnili
Ini up thoap hflghta.
When io 18!o I Ktarti.l this oidtr,
conceived thin plan, paid in tin- firat
asscaaoient which amounted to fl.SO.
my wife it I had died would have re
reived m aiU 1JI I thouKi Iu my
- It that at tin WBi of the firat v. i I
miisi hac :t"00 memlieiH The first
eai allowed 3100. So all ah.i.K pioin
ims have lieeu exceeded (.radiially
'in number roae H',HM. 21S.0OU, 60,000.
ulMaya allxhtly excoeded. until now
the maKnllii ent total or a quarter of a
million men have Jnlm-il our ranka.
"With over 2oi fraternal inaurance
rdera in competition in the United
Stated the man who thlnkx enough
new hloud can be conatautly Kalned
'. even up the death rate is making a
serious mistake Were there hut nix
or eight orders In the country this
might he true The death rate
trieude and nelghhora. doc In
crease as the lodge grows old. and we
must not go on a Iwsls which when
the death rate begin to grow Kiealei
twenty-Aw- or thirty years from now
will let the order break, but on a iiasla
which will Insure payment to widows
aud orphans what is their due 1000
wars from now.
"In 18P8 when I asked for a reservt
fund to ie established th. t '"'d me
lO.OttO or the 60.000 would drop out
1 laid them I would gie them 60.000
Qi w i . 1 1 .... I to taki. their pUntd. And
'he last part came true wblle only
4o00 dropped out.
We an . HinhiiiK the heights flnau-
tally We are rliuitiiiiK them IB pa
1 1 lot lam When the call was made In
IXfit tor volunteers the old Urn- com
paniea aald. 'We will cancel your
lag If you ko to this war ' and
act a howl of indlguatlon went up
over the land that they modified It
Continued on page six )
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SALEM GIRL'S SUIT
IN LONDON BEGAN TODAY
I en, don. I ec. I N. The suit of For
tlu Knight the actus mk.uiisi th,
Dttlu of Manchester Im breai h ol
KRUGER IS WILLING
BOERS WILL MEET
ENGLISH FOH CONFLUENCE.
Rcseberry't Chesterfield Suggestion
Regarded Favorably by the South
Africans. Who Are Now in Amster
Amsterdam Dm IS. Th,- Boon
are moderating In their demand! A
promlm-nt adviser or Krugei. when
asked it Kruker would agree tu meet
Uooi Roseiierry according to the let
ter's suggestion in hU Chesterfield
-in .-, h replh i! Vet II wi wen
Hiiiieably approached" l.at' i. air.
a lOOjg ci.nsiiltation with Krngi'i. uud
some ul the local liners. Kruger'a ad
vifcei ofllcially ai.ouunciii thai Kru
ger Is willing to discuss terms ol
SCHLEP FILED OltjailOVS
Washingum. Dec. 18. Bvhley thla
tftMMOtj preeented to Secrete iy
Long hia aiatement of ohJeetlOM 10
ih. limlings of the court of Inquiry
AccompUliying Ills stalement of oh
Jis-tlons was a letter in which Schley
aaked an opportunity to present
through counsel oral arguments
against the protest by Sampson,
should one hi made against Secretary
Ixmg approving that portion of the
Dewey dissenting opinion when-m all
the credit for the Ssetlago victory
was given to Schley Iu hit. state
ment. Schley assigns 'G grounds of
ohjeciiona. and deviates the majority
of the court Ignored the testimony
of the applicant and of the applicant's
OR KRAUSE ON TRIAL.
London lcc 18 Dr. Krauae. e
governor of Johannesburg, who was
arrested some months ago for alleged
treason In conducting correspondence
with the Boers in South Africa, today
was committed for trial on the charge
of inciting to murder
Coast Man Disappears.
Chicago. Dec is James Nolan a
wealthy mining broker of I'asudena.
Cel., who was married here two
weeks ago to Heleu Koch, has giys
tertously dtsepcarcd The police are
asked to look for him At the time
of his dlsappearnce he had several
hundred dollars In cash 115.000 worth
of stocks and considerable Jewelry
For McKmley Memorial Fund.
New York Dec 19. - There prom
is.-b U be a great turnout of eocjetl
folk and musical lovers at the Madl
n Squar. Garden OOBOOrl hall to
uight on the occasiou of the first con
cert of the National Conservatory Or
chestra Tat aroeooai of the enter
taiunent will be donated to the Mc
Kinley Memorial fund
plum's.- .aim up lor hearing todny.
Theatrical and society folk are keen
ly Int. rested II the proceedings. The
oiii.!alnunt has retained Sir Edward
Ota rite the roraaoc solicitor general,
as I., i oouaaol, and a sensation nuiy
00 ex p. i ted wlnll this most hlttei of
TO; : s-eXHInini'l s nets at the Dukp.
HANNA AT THE HEAD
LA BOH AND CAPITAL'S
Met to Form Plans and Decide the
Scope of the Work They Are to
N.-W Voik. lice IS. The committee
apMilntfd to arbitrate all .out rover
betWOOM capita! ami labor, met
04S) to oi'Kaiii.e and eJOol officers.
The eomnilttie will also determine
th. i laii ami s. ope ul work.
Kx Preoldeut Cleveland, one of the
loinmittee was not preseut at the
conference In the event of u large
strike, it is the plan to tall together
i in- w imie comsalttee, w ithout excep
tion. OfDcera were elected this after
i.' "in llsiuia chairman' OoaiOera
i.ud Ok, hi Strui.-. Ice i huii'iin i,
PASSED PHIUPPINE fARIFF
Washington. Ijic. 18. The Payne
PkilipptM tariff lull passed tin house
this afternoon, with a vote of lt;:t to
Washington Dee. 18. The house
today resumed consideration of the
Philippines tariff bills.
Hepburn ol Iowa. mad. "i elequout
pood) in biipport of the bill, de, iu i
lag thai while the democrats claimed
the Philippines an- lom-'Stic terri
tory, they dared not let down ihe halt
betweei those Ulands and our shores
u aaooaal Oi laboi '.'ganixatlonf in
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMER
SAN BLAS WAS WRECKEO.
Went Down Off La Libertian But All
Hands Were Save-.
Sun Fisuciseo, Dee is. A 'cable
gram was received by the Pacific
Mall today signed by J. s Catterin
l li captain , that states that the I'u
clrlc Mail steamer San iile was
w reeked five mil, north of Ia Liber
tiaa All hands were saved Tbe
steaim-r lelf hen- on November Z'J
with a lull cargo ol freight OOBOlSBOd
to Mexican and Ceutral American
pori.- It Is preeiuued iiassengers
were pieked up at Mexican port The
gross tonnage was 2076 Sin was
built in 1882 at Chester. IV and
j sailed for many years on tbe Panama
Private advice to the Men bants'
Kxchauge say the San Bias is a total
uteck The passengers were reecued
bf the Pacific Mall steamer Newport,
northbound from Panama
N. w York Dae. 18 Amalgamated
Coppri upened this morning at 6314,
ih. same as yesterday's clo.
New York, Dec. 18 Another reduc
tion In the price of copper was an
nounced this afternoon, the decline
being lVs cents.
People arc Wondering What
WHY POSTMASTER GENERAL
SMITH HAS RESIGNED.
Politicians Take It to Mean That
Payne. His Successor, Will Be
Washington. Gee i s Pout muster
General Charles Emmy Smith hut re
signed. He Is succeed) ,1 by Payne.
Washington. Dec. IS - Pollclttaaa
here claim to sec three position! out
lined clearly In the resignation of
Charles Emory Smith, to make wav
lor Payne ac postmaster general
First- Hoosevelt intends to be a
candidate for a second term.
Second- Payne will manage the
Third Hanna's leadership of the
republican party will terminate in the
near future, through his retirement
from the chairmanship of the nation
al committee In favor of Payne.
Payne it to be Roosevelt's political
advisor In the cabinet.
CARNEGIE WILL CONVERT
THE BONDS INTO CASH.
The Scotchman Prepared to Increase
University Donation to $?5,000,00;
He Lunched With the President.
Washington. Iiii 18 - Andrew" Car-
rtealo luachod with Praaldont rtoo!.'
roll at the w till rfonae this i fier
0O0O, It Is understood he cam" Id
Washington at the request of the
:ci sulci, t to discuss the offer of $i"
000,080 steel trust bonds for the s
tabllshment of a niilonal university
under the fcdeiul government, aud
that Carnegie expressed his wllllng
niss to change the offer to one of
.-ash and relieve the government's
embarrassment. He Is prepared to III
crease the gift to $2r. orninno if noooi
MRS. ADA DENNI8 IS NOW
SAID TO BE DYING
Washington, Dec, 18. Mrs Ada
Ileum- victim of the mysterious as
sault. Is dying. The doctors say the
nd is near. The police practically
have given up hope of unraveling the
my ster .
Little Rock. Ark . Dec. 18. In re
M, ';,.-, to the cull of Chairman Carroll
ii isiroug. the members of the demo
cratic state central conunlttei asseni
blod tor a conference here toduy . The
purpose of the meeting is to tlx the
basis of rcprescntatluii and discuss
othei matters In connection with the
next state convention.
For a third f I CCfltury Ameri
can houscwivci hove found Dr.
Price! Bttlciflll Powder imaria
hi s a oruarantee ot pure, dclieioui
ami wholevomc food
Always makes the perfect biscuit,
cake and bread.
Paict Bahinv. PowOCK Co.,
tin Change Portends In the
POSTM ASTER-GEN ERAl.
TAVORS GOVERNMENT OWNING
Telegraph Lines, According to a Story
That Is Out st the National Capi
Wiishiiw'iot' lie,- is Th. iv Is an
intereotlni report to Un ifraot that
the pootanotOI -fat ml favors govern
meal ownership of the telegraph
Whetln i this is true or not It is more
thgfl poaalbk 'hat he will be called
a POO to handle the luhjoi t duifng
his term of oflb e, as a number of
bills on the subject will be given
much coniMeratlOR by this congresa
PENALTY FOR KILLING
Bill Introduced in House Covering the
Anarchy Issue Deat'v In Case Vic
tlm Die: Imprisonment. Otherwise.
Washington Dec. IS. A hill for tbs
protection Of the president of the
united State! the. oAeiOl antiunar
chy hill, was introduced in the house
today. Assassination or aiding or
counselling an nsinult. n suiting In
death. Is punishable by death; 11 the
praeldoal doeg not die, lire Imprison
in. nt If no Injury 10 to KO yoara.
'auctioning or udvlslng assault, oven
if nou, be made. 6 to 20 yoara. Ths
death penalty also Is provided for the
.ii -asslnation of one In line for the
i. residential MOBOBtlOB Other iienal
tlcs are piov bled for teaching ouch
THE NEW YORK MARKET
Reported b I, L Ray A Co. Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers
New York. Dor. I- There was not
much doing In wheal todny the , arly
prices showing a half aoal advance
ov. r last night, hut tin close was
lower. Liverpool wa k higher
i 2 V New York opened at 8R and
after selling up to sr.-v Ioh. .1 at
4H Chicago opaaad MM "t"' ioe
cd 7H Stocks higher.
Close y.'Hlerday. Mt7,
t )p. ned today. 86
Range today. 8tHr6V
closed toilay. 8tu
si Paul, MS.
I'nion Pacini 01,
Wheat In San Francisco.
I'ramlsco D0 8 Wheat
Wheat in Chicago.
In. ago Dee IN Wln-at- "" O
Baking aw i Icrs iiwek ti , malum
.mil iiiln i I.it -I. . i ,,u-... i ill, ii
low. r in pri. , I ul iu(, rilS ill tin!,
uinl lujltrioos Uj tin tolii... II.