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Y EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EMU
Eastern Oregon Weather
Tonight ( Saturday Hires;
BftlBf, with occasional light ra
1 5c A WEEK.
PEXDLKTON, UMATILLA COUNTY, OREGON, PHI DAT, PKBRV KH 7. lOOfl.
... ih.. Rattlfl of Santiairn
A)MS 8CHLEY DID
NOT OBEY HIS ORDERS.
nttnds Sampson was Actually in
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the poHHiliillty of u verdict lie
rear In d u ion Sfliloy h uppt'ul prl
tn th' president's departure tor
' mi-. . - .
Uii tm' department, thut 'in
U-. pmci-edlngH ol the court ot In
thf precept when he gave mi
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iwl order of the lmtile wits it-..
Sill lev iiiHoii'illence in orileis.
I hi' was told to hold the enemy at
month i the harbor. Inn t h it
vessel, he hHiped mid Interfci !
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TO PROTECT AMERICANS.
The North Atlantic Fleet Goes to Co
lon. Washington, Fab. 7. Within a
week, the North Atlantic squadron
will sail south to Colon. It will he
Composed Ot the Alabama. Koarsarge,
lachuastta. Indiana, Pofomas and
Machlaa, the most powerful fleet in
those waters for years. A conference
two days- ago hctween the state and
navy deparUnanta, resulted In the de
rision thai the tin i riot for the
fleet to irn to the Isthmus, hecause re
ports show that In both veMSUell
and Colombia Insurgent! have bMfl
victorious. A stati of anarchy seems
protiahle and American Interc ts must
To Relieve Admiral K-mpff.
Sun Francisco ret.. 7, The China,
which Halls for M00 Kong today,
has MBOBI her paancngl n Renr Ad
miral Frank Wildes. Ad'iuial Wildes
MM to relieve Admiral KemprT Jun
ior MWUBBBdOf of the Asiatic squad
ROOSEVELT IS SICK CHICAGO'S BIG FIRE
Son of the President Now Has
HE IS AT GROTON, MASS.
TEMPERATURE IS 104.
Threatened Again to Destroy
the Business Portion.
Roosevelt Leaves This Afternoon
Attend Her Son in His III
I v ,
Washington. Feb. 7 -Theodore
Itoosevelt, Jr., the president' eldest
son. Is seriously III with pneumonia
it (Jrolon School, firoton. Mass The
fttanilBf IntelllKenee reached here
tins niornitm. Mrs. Hoosevelt will
Imve for C.roton this afternoon The
hoy's Illness Is the result of exposure
dur'tiK a tmreh'tidefl expedition In a
MOW storm he Is said tu have led sev
I era I days BgO
A telegram rrom Oroton this aft IT
I noon says younp Roosevelt's temiieni-
tnre is 104.
'The Irish Disturbances Cause Cabinet
I.ondan. Keti 7 --The cabinet met
today. It is stilted the Irish sltiiiul n
srblctl hah recently occupied fipial it
tuition with the South African WV,
was the chief topic of discussion. The
''h i t Ion of Wood, the land purchase
candidate, on Wednesday. Is dlsttlih
in: the ofll iuls i unsideralily. The
nilieiicv of mote severe measures.
i tally acHlnst the United Irish
I , ;iuue. were discussed
Woods, the victor, favors the rudi
Cal sclieme of vvholesille coniplllsorv
hind purchase for Ireland. When the
rWUH Of tile vote VVJIS 11 11 III III 111 ell . h.l-
upporters hoisted him on their shoi.r
dcrs and paraded the district with
IN HEART OF THE CITY.
Loss Was $400,000 in All Panic Was
Caused by Explosion of Oil and
Chicapo Feh 7 Fire that threat
cued destruction of tkoMrada of did
lars worth of property in the heart
of the business district and created
a panic anionis thousands of workers
started this inornlnK In the Sanloril
hulldlnp. Kandolph street Bcevpted
hv paint and oil and piano concnfttl
Tin (lames iprmd to the Tnulo hulld
Iiik. a in story office structure, and
to Pnadel Mail crnntlni intense .
cltemi tit w hen hundreds m men and
women are at work Several men
were taken out unconscious The tire
was under control after SM,060 lotl
was caused Frequent explosions of
oil and paint threw the entire Ml(ti
horhood Into a panic, and almest
ev. ry luilldlnK n the Moeh was va
eated. InclndlM a portion of Marshall
Field's mammoth store, which was he
lleved to he elldatlKered by t po
slons While this Ira was manic. ;ui
other did 1110,000 daniiuc in a build
Ini mi is Michigan avenue, occupied
by the Oantral I'tiion Telephone Coin
pany and the Chkc Mllllnerv Com
d( rcati I the
SUBMITTED ITS REPOTT
PMNCE HENRY OF SAVOY.
The Count of Turin may come in
to visit the United States
home tu I tn I an American
l he ll:
Federal Prison in South
a, (in.. Feh. 7. Tin fadafSl
in Ailanta racalvad Ha hist
i inert today and bsfora
.ii i on Inn aeell not less
1 pi. aari will hav. been in
bin the stioiiM walls of
pril hi. The prisoners are
i Out ii iron I ioliuBbun. o..
To Increase Trade of Portland.
Hortlmiii Feh. 7 Pluns are rapidly
th' county aeat of Klickitat
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I I 'ii" "i itaMMtM hetweon Lyle
rwiMuu. ll is i lie iiiieiiiiou in
MlKlllnlei ol the enterprise le
" I 'Phi mail will he I null
lo 3i miles in length, uud will
tit 111 n,...lit..lu bJ kn LTIii.Li
i ' i". ''lit,, in in ,ii- iitii iv i ii i i
m II, -1 I,, p. ., .ti.ii. ,i -ci... inn.. i is
i wheal producer, and also is
-"- ii UW Bill l" llllll
-H i-v 1 ill Idllli lll,,ni in
Piisliiifn are hauled to The
Wfe in - -'
Mi'i l 'a.. and from the
several itanltantlarlci ol New- York!
stati 'I'lie priaoil Inn ha- just been I
oonpletad utter teverni years iptnt I
in Its construction, it Is said hy ex
perts to lie the best ariailked Slid
Mat equipped institution of Its kind
in tin country, in future paraoai !
coavlctad ut njfanat ncaiaal tha fad
eral laws in the MMItbam states will
set ' - rheir selllellees HI tile Atlanta
prlaou instead oi being lakaa north
us heretofon bai been the practlm
Outlines Plan for Control of Railroad
by Interstate Commission.
Washington j.h. 7 - The industrWI
oinmlssiou lias sulunittetl Its final
u pon to concrt ss Tin OOnUBUntoil
advises us tn transportation
That the pidicy of government su
pervision and control of railroads a.
originally hud down in the Interstate
lOntflMPOS Het. he
s: i ' llgthelleil
That th. authority of
iiileiiiate protection ol shippers
That the powtis und fuintions ot
'n, 'oinmissiou ne enlarged praotlcnl
ly as contemplated In the to-call'd
.tn biij ut 1M0, except aa to an
to prepare and enforce ant
the Interstat i
For Oratorical Honors.
MMtaolll Indi. Feb. 7. Larg.'
,i i , i j i 1 M HI I ' il ' ' I 1 1 r-
j wt.'t 'iiim- h i I'h in linn. me
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l itc iatiM-colli'Kiutt oratorlrul i
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-t. w.,,1 (itKCS OlltCC III Kl III
"on hall. The following have
1 ini.11-11 in lenies.'Ut the r n siiei
VI A A lnvniiil W a
.iiii-i-i .Mile in i inn i i: r. i
lull,... i ii ei i i tm- i.
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I'TBity -,,.,,,,,. I I ofTnM Hnllei
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Bttteal Will li, mi,. f the best
Woman Suffragists Meet.
UHltllllole. .Ml! Fell 7 As a pi.
Iiiuiiiury to the annual convention to
he held in Washington next w.eh the
National American Women s associa
tion begun an important i inference
here toda The sessions opt ned in
the V. M. 0 A. hall with tin ven ,--utile
leader Miss Susan H Anthony
presiding Others In attendanOO in
cluded Carria Cbapman Qatl ol New
York tin Kev Anna Howard Shaw of
Philadelphia Harriet Tayloi Cpton of
Ohio. K''iiu h t Gordon n New
v,e-i pr Coin iaslth Katon of Mln
naaota Hala Hawmond Hu't of Mis-
$3 PRIZE FOR POEM.
Writers of Verse May Try Talents en
a Valentine. t
I'eopl. li" delight in penniiii;
rbyosM nia suitint in com petition for
the 'i cash pri.t offered by the Kni
Oracostan valentines in rhyme, trc
;khiiis to In sent to tills ottOS In se- I
ed envelope on or before Februa v
Ths award will b made by a
ooawlttss ol three psnOBS not son
tioctl d with tins oflii e.
HOTEL GUESTS ESCAPED
Minneapolis Has a Fire Causing $100.
Minneapolis. Feb. 7 The VaadOBiS
hots! the Isading Bnrtipsaa hostel n
of I he eltv. vn'iied iti t:'iii nun i
npll i. 1 SUtti ,l bt lite early this
ornlni Tin In spread rapidly, a id
tin tin st.. BSCapsd w ith great dlScul
ly. Most of them made tin n amy In
night clothing to riKifs of Hdjoiiil'.g
j liulldlngs. and suffered greatly from
intense ciitil Km H time tin entl I
1 block was thraatensd The loss ,
Sismal Hemp m Hawaii.
Sun Praaeiseo, Feb 7 Advices re
I calved tnui. Monolalw say that tin
I production of Biaal tor the 111 u 11 11 ii .
ture of rope bus proved a mepeaa in
' Hawaii ami that it may in time sup
plant tin siigai industry. Over :pmmi
acres In Oaliu are planted in slsul
und the yield thu year has been re
murkable The til,,., thrives well in
Hie lowlands ot Hawaii and Hi.
'oinpany which first intiodin i d ta
, production is acquiring more land
ami will install expensive mai him i
for cleansing purposes Th. yield g
1 aliout a ton per a rc and crops are ta
IMS off twice h year A muik.-i foi
I the sisal fllire has hen red in
the east ami the first shipments hi.
I to he mad. this month
Nl w York, Feb
in ss for the lug
' hall In Madison
7. All la in regdi
Square Qanien to
.-is.- 1.,' Laura ciu
Martha U, Orahaai
Meetinn of Edurators.
Tl,ond.Mot;a kl V K,l, 7 -Tfie
-..ii r.iiiicutnmai Council begun
MllUsI uieetinir here toilnv and will
Illiii .. .
. - sesaion through tomorrow
'lings were ouened thi
wmi a uooii attendance ol
"uiieaiors. This evening
11 will Uaten to a letter by
r- A I I) ll . . I M . . . A
'I I Ii I 1 1 till H U I' M I ill IT
" I'll llli' I llfclff I' 1 1 . t llill ...I "I'll.-
BUtiKi as a World Power "
Preparing for 0. A. P. Meeting.
Washington Ft I, 7 Preparations
or tin reception and natartattUMBl
of UU delegates and visitors to the
forthcoming national convention of
(in Daughters' ol tb amarlean Revo
Intlon wars practicall) completed to
gy, All the indications poinl to th.
most rsmarkabls gathering ever held
by the well known society.
Peoria IH Feb. 7 More than h
hundred princlpall und teachers an
litre tin tin annual OOBVSBtlM ot the
'iiinois Reboot ataatsrs' Club, the first
:,.-sion of which Is to he ht Id tonight
in the r-ity hall, when Professor C I.
Moaln ot ArnMMur institute win deiiv-
er an igdrsai mi 'TaChakal Training
in the High School" The sessions
will continue through toinorno OsM
lag in tin evening alth a tsaalai de
VOtad to tin discussion Of tin Illinois
home for delinquent boys. The
principal address will h delivered hv
Judge Richard 8 Tuthlll of Chioaga
night Judging (rom the large uuin
her ot tickets ami boxes that haw
been sold. Hit attendance promises
in In- the largest nt any hall lu tin
Arlou's histoiv The carnival this
year la to he a production of tin
Arabian Nights and the prosiae in
terior of the lug garden has bt-i n
transformed into a cave in which all
th. myths ut th. Arabic fable will be
shown The halh-t will lacings H.'si
ChOTttl girls frOM the ranks of tin
Metropolitan Opera Huuss ami othei
promineni Broadway thersree and the
eosiunies. It is ssld will be tin- most
hrllllaal rsi Hhown In New York.
Black Hill, Championship.
S ll.. Feb 6.- U.-orge Mur
Daadwood aad Aadren Bnnli
Brooklvn tiuv. t ompleted then
Socialists to Put Up TicKet.
Houston. Tex.. F h T, Thi Social
ist party propoh, s tn iak i pronu
neni pari In in'' Municipal ampalgn
am! tn this end have COMplstSd ur
rgngemanta tor u clt) .mi'i)tion to
l held this evening The couvi-n
thin will name candidates to he voted
lor at next mouth s election and will
also adopt a platform
work of preparation and are in readi
ness for their finish light, which Is to
be pulled off tonight under the auapl
ee of a local athletic eluh. The
match is fr paras 'd the welter
weight championship of the Black
Vessel Not Sunk.
WillenriBtad Island of Curacoa. Fb
7 -TI.e enei.ucUn revolutionary ves
sel Liberator, reported sunk by a
Venezuela gunboat at Porto Colum
bio was seen off here this morning
Hotel Men of Maine
Hallnwell Me F.'h fl I'ronnm 1,1
hot) I proprietors and managers Irom
various eitlOS ot the state, members
ot the Mail., hotel sosoeiatlon, are
assembled hen- today In eighteenth
annual convention for the purpose ir
discussing matters of mutual interest
The gathering closes this evsalnf
with a banquet at the New Hallnwell
House, for wlin I. preparations mi an
eialiniate scale have Man made
Feit v. Haley.
Savaniiah. Ha. Feb. 7. la the
arena of the Savannah athletic club
tonight, Tommy Feltz and Patsy Ha
,, two old time rivals In the ring
engage in what is scheduled to be a
t went -round bout Both men have
'tii training for several weeks and
eaeh appears confident of his abll-
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Bosrd of Trade and
New Yoik Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York F.li ? The train
markets were dull todnv and prices
tended downward, the closing being
at the low point of the day. Liver
pool Closed ti 21.4. New York open
ed M'n ami dosed 83-S Chicago
opened 7tH9a and cloned r7ft,r4.
Corn was ran weak, docllnlni 140
closed yeatardny, R4.
Opened today, m1
Ranga today, s:tff MV
CliM'Sil lislav. 11.
st Pnal, Ifdfs
Dnlon Pn'cllc, I0S-H,
Wheat In San Francisco.
sun Frnnclaco, Feb. 7. wheat
Wheat in Chicago.
Chicago, Feb 7 Wheal ;, ,
On Hemp !) IVi Cent InstraniJ
TALKS ABOUT THE TARlH
PICTURE OF NELL CROPSEY
Young woman whose abduction
caused a sensation in the East.
California 's Bid to be Hie most pro
lilii III Units of Hie tree. vine and
sin iii oi an ooual area ol lbs iurfar
Say "Sentimental" Reasons Aiya
for Reduction In Oingley Schedsa
of Duties on the Product of fha.
W 1 iblngton, Feb. T.Whaa Ooeoe
nor Tuft r. sinned his testlmonj tfe
mornlni before tha innate i'hiupphi.01
. otnmltti he said Hint ntln nfOa
Nl motivi f.ir nskliiK a rnTW
I mi ol Idngley mtes on iinisirtB fljai
Hi PhlllpplnSI was a H,ntlnuHtsff
, ', 11 would t" an objeol icj
or rrtendllnsna of tha Dattad -te,
I I w.i ci 'In' Filipinos Th. govern. a
a .! li. w. Mild lie glad to havo a m
dud mi n hemp made fl Instead
M per cent
Win, ragard to n ranuai of th
eral govarnaiaal tha commission wr
ndcnvorlni lo rales than entirtaj
from custom sources Tuft said In
Isi , 1 in en, , 1 nnaol read?
upported b) dtreci taaatloa sg
revenue taiaa mi 1 ssary ti
great daal 1 ol (he connlan-loa tn
pn parlni ll 1 it 1 1 rr fm the isiuu.is bw
been tn !. .Ullage their ,lgi Icilllnial
1 11 while the connlaaLM
mould in- glad lo have (raa trada aWi
1 I nitetl Sillies yet for roveiivsa
uurposei 1 am necaanafi t inve
Dr. Price's Baking fwdcr is the
true friend oi all the people, rich
and poor alike, t upplics a pure,
wholesome leavening acni, which
makes ihe bistuit and cake of
highest hetlthfulnetl at medium
Cost and protects the food from
alum, which is the greatest dietary
danger of the day.
The foremost baking powder in
all the world.
mica BAKING PftWDCR CO,
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H I cm m
w t i -ail ar
lty to w!n tht 4oclin
eud of the purae
and the long