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ILY EVENING EDITION
DAILY EVENING EDITION
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5c A WEEK.
Eastern Oregon Weather
FO 1ST IIS
viss Tariff Raises the Import
a shi ir s mpju mh a t t;
chinery Also Advances Increases
rmm oa id iuu m o r r ' n . ...
ir niiniiHiinn ini nv id n mmi .
siiut'b id ruiuuu irora iau to 175
. nnn .
common European-made shoes is
m . .
I 1 1 fn
IK IX I IHTHMNMIl I I II I Tint rtrn
raie on agricultural maph nm- ic
MANILA LIFE IS SAFE.
Taft resumed his testimony before
J. TI1.J11 . I
seuaiu x-uiuppmes committee to-
tiA nnltl 1 -
, uc duiu L1UJ.L tiie inuHsucres oi part
. ... HH...Hm V,UUQk.U
JM A II.!. 1 M - V
xie um nut uunK it was justified,
felt as safe in Manila as In Wash-
.j-, uv uv,mnuii
If nrri c f .1 ,i x . i
..wu vw J"vrviu UUIl
- - n i4 i" miiiiuu tiu-
py in n mnpnr nnnn
ACCUSES MISSOURI COURT.
i mil ix suuaiuiuil
created during tho imnH
elections committee of the house,
, tllC 1'v Hi j'cai COlltostnnt. rleplnr.
axeti, tie saui the court imvnr
aPrS n tnlr dan c nrln.. 1.11
1 ii'i k
LIBERALS GIVE AN OVATION
1 ROSEBERRY DISCLAIMS
Says His Party Has No Use for Ene.
mies of the Empire.
London. Feb 15
v,,iumC me earnest wlh in
Mummed this policy. H Irani, Ji
WMch, the principal e of u,ri.
empba.bM hi, taunt)- ("".M-i
"umiK nis rnmnrl.-c 1 r. , i
and ?nf,thfrea C8t chanRe n heart
and head undergone during his Jive
years absence from public life was S
regard to the Irish problem.
IOWA HARDWARE MEN
Association Meets In" Des Moines to
ifvpr wleS' Ia- Fob- "-Seldom
u ever has a morn nnrnhin -...
that of the Iowa Retail Hardware
Dealers association, which was for-
uiai.j openeu this afternoon. Durinc
the tour years of its existence the
association has increased in member
shin Until HOW It nmlnn.
Hardware men in almnsr
and town of the state. The present
officers are: President. W. A. Mcln
tire, of Ottumwa; vice-president B
U Penrose, of Tama; secretary, W.
H. Keating, of Ottumwa, and treas
urer. George Lister, of Manchester.
At the formal opening the meet
ing regularly organized and receivod
the reports of the secretary and treas
urer, showing the affairs of thn ni
dation to be in a nourishing condi
tion. The succeeding sessions of the
convention, which continues through
Thursday, will be devoted to the dis
cussion of a wide range of subjects
from "Credits" to "Trusts and their
Relation to the Retail Dealer."
- I'M ATllx.y (WNTY, OHKKON, Tn.M,AY, V .Un is,
HE STSFF SYSTEM WILD WELLINGTON
THE REAR IS ,VW WATCHED
Reorganization Proposod b'
the War Portfolio,
SECRETARY ROOT HAS
GILL TO ALTER ARMY PLAN.
Would Remove Obstacles From Com.
manding General's Pathway and Re
uasmngton. Feb. is. "The effort
ENGLISH PEOPLC WONDER
j WHAT RUSSIA WtLL
EI FOB Mffi
First Public Appeal Since Mc
GIVES A SENSATION.
Uses Intemperate Lanou0e In De
nouncing Government's Policy In the
dim? ,nm', "r ; : ? rpn.nmam "
JMnwnB AMIvince R0M .t
Great ImofUn,. h the Ptr.
i"rVnoB ' fr Kmi. t w tut1
Ml niKi b&tt tw . ; -
jJFxSZlzs? siarrsi u,vct p
uie commanding gonornl of the
army has always proved a very serl
ous embarrassment" This is one of
the arguments employed tor Secretary
Hoot in advocacy of a bill for tho reor
ganization of the stnft" system of tho
wuii-u ne iransmittcvi to con
press today. Tho'secrotarv does not
refer particularly in i.iputnnnnt r?..
7"" ol .Mcrvmioy, ttinilf a ttin
tlonal addns in th womii.. .tv u.
, attacked the governmont's policy or
J imperialism, and said that Cuba had
; not been freed, beonuse of a desire to
I rob the island under the cloak or ml).
: Itary rule. He compared the niipl-
IKIK SirtlCCln Iltr in nnmi ..I.
. xiio I'viniviii t- n ii ii
Liai 11 1 it's in mn L.itn 1. . i . . -
Even- con, ;; '"' ni-! "l uw Amorlran forefather.. Wei
. -n hivi.i, nt? Mijh, iingiuu cave imstlntoil nrnu.. tn .i
has encountered similar obstacles. mirnl Srtlov. an SJlar that in"
uJ?my ,hIYot'll,tioa recre ;slead of receiving due ere It for t
tarj has prepared a bill for the con- victory of Santiago h, w w i n
solh ation of the commissary. narler.,on all sides In offlo I circles S "?"
masters and rav .lnnmt,,, ' . . . . . "l
.i . . . ' """inn ni'ii upr K-iii us io eesjn rcn nis rharnptnr umi
iSSr r. , ' W raBoC Wn'otS!
hnrVhV. ..t r wu' concentration camim in the
Z 2Cnk,r. "l1 n'"PPw ' wanted !o know if
" . . " V " "l. ,uu """""nnn- us iiuic.ner Weyler the minimi itn
Bnm. i tin not thiB it ... .
for a momn; tht ,B) ottM-
IttUratiU In th r i. I. -V.
coiHimrablf. 10 thw nf Qnm rhuT
Thr Is mmi
M'ltly ItitMlii will maKo ,0 tllto BAt,
mn Kttsian dlpiomHU Uom nrwlti t
mat will rauo rtMntniit la SM
IVtorsbttrK. hut Intimitis tbnt the, r.'
Ply will b. mild. tin. KmeninmBt mmiL.
"iiue puniHlut: itc nnilminl .u.ii. ,,-i.v i
out regard t the new ram pari.
NEW YORK MARKET.
y fir hi tuttfe Crt.K SanlWrtani
U I HjII a MHrton.
rnh inw knni tMi RMtrDitic
Th- lot half Hvllltoti Xu tmr
j hmtrt jmlUnl wr
Jtiinpl (mm tb(rttery llow AH,t
nM'h. bM.Km limb.
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co P.nHu. I mmitttv ...i . A .. . ... ra?:1,,w
ton, Chlcaao Doard of Trd and tlr rHCtiir alitor, . (l ,
New York Stock Exehannn Rri..r. ,b iUemrMl wi.-hi,....
New York Feb IS-Th Kralu ' rita thrh lh Oorrtilor nruujaltiK J
mnrketfi wr l(ele Imlny. wrylKMlt
Kenilngly aMaitliiK rHirt fnmi wta
ter wheat tate The dmnd for
the MPot wheat In eruu I
ft MIT all u..
, , .I'm
ubp to help thmnKe nnd had tf
b wrrM out by the intrant. Other
lMH"me Mr HtrtrkHn nn.l
bMtl tliHintlv frwn, tho wlnib)w. Of
FROM SHAMAKA CHASM.
Earthquake Victims are Numer-
S Tun WnrU nf Dai.nu..l
nilec tha Ditiiio
n.KH 14'All IV 'I'll.. i I. .1 1 . A
IBBlm .. .. 1 1,
bodies thus far have heen taken
Uubet's Term Half Over.
MH fhi I Mn i. 1 If a l.f A J
receipt of many messages of con
tulation, both by mail and wire,
iil be sixty-four years old in De-
ncu I .J l m
Leaves New York Next Week to Begin
New York, Feb. 18. Jeffries is bet
ter this morning. He hopes to be able
to leave for California next week to
begin training for the fight with Fitz-simmons.
Curling at Montreal.
Montreal, Que., Feb. IS. Lovers of
curling were present from far and
near today at the opening of Mon
treal's big bonspiel. Judging from the
auspicious manner in which the con
tests were commenced the bonspiel
will be one of the most successful
ever held in the Dominion. The
match, which continues till Friday,
will determine the possessor of the
Governor General's prize and the Jub
ing general who shall have the rank
The bill further provides for the
abolition of the inspector-geneni's de
partment and for the modification of
the present laws for promotion from
the ranks of the grade of commission
ed officer. Under tli OKP I.1WB mnil
have been appointed second lieuten-
nnts who have no special aptitude for i
control of men. The secretary pro-!
poses to establish a system by'wliich 1
uncommissioned officers who have
shown aptitude for command and con-:
trill if ..lit 1.,. 1 - I
Promotion to the grade o I ,Ta. i xn Suffrage
sioned officer I "B8"l,nun appearmi Defore tint house
' and senate committees today In ad-
sUPPORtfr nr 'vocacy of their plea that women bo
SUPPORTER OF allowed to oxorelB the right of stir-
SENATOR CLARK fKe. Susan U. Anthony mnde th
I principal HrgiimtMit She declared
Suicides in Helena by Shootlna He t,1Kt women had as much right to ko
nm mat wnen tbe president sought
his vote on the treaty of Paris, it was
given on the promise that ihcro would
be no permanent oucupatlon of the
WOMEN WOULD OUTRANK
FILIPINOS AND OTHERS.
Venerable Susan ii. Anthony Speaks
Before the Committees In Washington.
Washington, Fell. IS. IXdoeatlons
V, lower. fiSt. .Ven York oiwnwf 7" ,I,IV frum tho window. Of
and cloned 8iU, after MIIiik at SH w,ltt "l'CiHlfil In JumpluK.
Corn wan H Inwer. !P4 Chlcano " r lUtM f KldrU, Ark.
StockK all lower. Money 3 nor miit rJ'rHl Injuria tht ntv einoeteii to
. ... lllt- fatal 1 J.
rioheil yesterday. Hi
Opened today, SH.
CIohihI today. S4 V.
St. Paul, 106H.
Union Pacific, 10.
Wheat In Chicago,
Chicago. Fob. IS. Who'll
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Franrlsco. Feb. IS. Wheat
Piv ratal A latr MtliuAt plw
uii iiwi m ll.IMHI.0WI (0r JlKk)
P w In the MilldliiK .hnn Ihu Hr
l.4tH this altmrttAoii a !n lli ,r
the ihImIhk mMiwi at tint l'hlci"
j 8MltrtHHm. It I boHttvtxl iher
; wHy boitif In th ruin. hleh will
b sirc)iMl a ui uh thy r tool.
78K CT ; BARCELONA STRIKE
! 15 NOW UNIVERSAL.
Carpet Manufacturers Meet.
Greensboro, N. C, Fob. 18. If the
plans of those promoting the move-
nifintR do not mlscnrrv n Snnthorn ns.
sociation of carpet buyers and deal
ers will be formed at a meeting to be
held in Greensboro during the next
three or four days. In conjunction
with tho mpnMnfr thprp Is In lio hold
' ' ---w ... - - - -
an elaborate exhibition of carpets and
rugs said to be the first show of its
kind ever held in this coujitry.
Had Gambled and Lest at It.
Helena, Mont.. Feb. IS. "Jack"
Waite. one of the best-known char
acters in the Northwest, suiilded this
morning by shooting. Heavy losses at
gambling are believed to be the cause.
Waite was one of Senator Clark's chler
lieutenants during the last campaign.
DROPPED DEAD IN SALEM.
before the senate and make tholr picas
! at) Filipinos. Porto Rlcuna or Hawall
Business at a SUnditill and Troops
Hurrying to the City to Quell D!-
trTTTZ n i . turbance.-No Food Ulng tola.
Fires Ben DnleU. i Ur..u.M .... ."... . .
Washington. Feb. IS HmmmvIi. it tke thrtM of a itnlvral trlk IU-
roporliHt. I. ax diK-ldwi to rail for th rpt for Iwiida of wanilrln mu U u
rlKuallon of Hhii IhtnWa. rotmtJy Ilk a -lty of Utm dd. No vtiblulc
aiMHiliileU Un tml Statw manhal Jf ajir on the tr.u. and uU an
Artsorta. I)iinliii tunlmintlmi of tho.oun f r.ui ..i... ...nt, i. .
.. - ...... -. ,.ft ui ..iim im mime
nll..LMl tirlutn rtuuiMl lu ..... .....uf . ... .... .
..... r,. ... II-.UIM in inn imi4fillir-
' Enormous Office Building.
I Chlcngo. Feb. 18. A permit was Is
I sued for the conhtructlon of what U
j to be the largest office building in the
I world, to lie located at Dearborn and
j Monroe street., cost IS.000,000, hx
! teen stories high, and to accommodate
j a working force of 0,000.
hecently Returned From London,
Where He Settled Daughter Portia's
Case Against the Duke.
Salem, Feb. IS. Colonel N. I).
Knight, father of Portia Knight, who
recently returned from London, where
he effected a settlomont in tho Man
Chester case, dropped dead in his hotel
Permanent Census Bureau.
Washington. Feb. 1 Tho perma
nent census bureau passed the senate
Singer Employes Strike.
South Hond. Ind., Fob. 18. Tho en
tire working force of tho lmtnn
deilvutmi Tho few (mmm who boy
food art wnvl4id on th tft(. .n.t
Urn par-U ttitMl JUnln.a IttU
MrtiuMIII Only a lew hom am oj'.
IwrltiK Monday's dlnlurbancu tbif
were ur- klllmt and XI Injtirvd. Tfa
plant of the Singer Sewing Machlnu i mborlt!Hi am dwlnic thflr utiml to
Cninpauy have quit work. In sympathy
with thirty foitndrymon whostt watttis
had been cut. About 1700 mm aro af1
The Fuller Inquest.
San Francisco, Feb. lS.Th !n
nuost over the liody of Nora Fuller be
gan tcxlay. Her brother was on too
stand all tho morning. Nothlujc nnw
avoid recurrne of tho rioting ami
troojMi are pouring Into tun
Ournont is Sick,
I'arla. Feb. !, Hantcm-Ihiwoot h
seriously ill aa a result of M ducsjiiu
following the rollapttf of hUt air trip.
Claims Ml Stone Is
Vienna, Feb. IN. Tha TatfU.lalt
naya Miss Htoni; bi bm llboratcl.
Senate Agrees to End the Debate on j
That Day and Decide the Issue. j
Washington. Feb. IS. The senate
i agreed today to take a vote on tho t
i Philippine tariff bill on Monday after
Improves Its Service.
' i-uini uomrort, -Va Feb. is. -
fceaboard Air Line railway today
(run. . i,i i. . .
Til'e, Fla., by way of Richmond.
new service is expected to add
Tl tr 4 x. . i
Of iVnrfHan tniintofa fAllta C
Carollnas and Florida.
Hobson to Retire.
"'UKiun, OD. 18. A message
tlla IMV.t J 1 Iknt
1 Hlchmond P. Hobson be retired
u An rl 1.11, J - . i i .. 1 .1 1
a uui mirouuueu juoviuiub
uch retirement on account of
hill... . ...
nooson alleges lauuis
Charles Tiffany Dead.
York. Fob. lo. Charles Tif-
' -iiur mom nor nr iiir iuiijuuo
r-m CI . ... . . -w v
- uw, qiuq auaaeniy touuy.
r6 ill for nnmci Have with nnOU-
Dr. Broun's Successor.
Montgomery. Ala., Feb. IS. Intc. i
est is being manifested in today's ;
meeting of the trustees of the Alaba-
ma roiytecnnic lnsiuuie as u is ui
pected a successor of Dr. William Le
Roy Broun, late president of the Insti
tute, will be chosen. The names of
several prominent educators have
been mentioned in connection with the
honor and the ultimate choice is a
matter of speculation.
Cleveland Not Shot
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 18. An unfound
ed report was circulated here this
morning that ex-President Cleveland
was Rcciuenia4iy auuu mm uju.u.o
while hnnting ducks. There was not
a word of truth In the report.
Chicago, Feb. 18. The mayor has
Issued orders prohibiting boxing be
fore unorganized clubs. This practi
cally closes down the fighting game,
the only organized clubs where box
Ing exhibitions are given being the ex
clusive Chicago Athletic Club.
Mining Scale Discussed.
DfR MnlnoK la. Feb. IS. Imnort.
ant results are attached to the meet
ing or the Iowa Coal Operatora asso
ciation in session behind closed doors
at the Kirkwood today. The purpose
of the meeting is to determine what
position the operators will take when
the miners present the new scale next
month. It Is the general belief that
an Increase of from 5 to 10 cents will
be demanded by the miners.
Washington. Ft?b. IS. Tho commit
tee for the reception and entertain-
mnnt nt Ti-lnn TTnnrv PAVB Ollf thiP
, ,1 1.. (. I V. . , ...I- V w
official program of entertainment at
the cities to be visited by the prince.
The lntlnerary practically is the
same as previously given out.
Against the Syndicate.
Los Angelep, Feb. 18. Mayor Sny
der vetoed the Huntlngton-Hellman
syndicate street railway franchises
granted recently by the council.
in strength '
Improves the flavor and adds
to the healthfttiness of the h
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
Mot:, Thou; arc iwitatlon b.kog paction sold cheap b
ipany glycol Titer a' f' a!01". ix"
am ai tic, wlifcft pum& lml Injurious to bami.