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PENDLETON, liATtlLA COUNTY. OIHXJON. FKIO VY, FEUKUAKY 2S. UHhi,
WILL FORCE THE TURK TO PAY.
NEW YORK MARKET.
ce Henry Visits the Naval
Academy at Annapolis,
on tu umuc i a
MANEUVERS IN RAIN.
i a; tU uil.i ii r i
s is Mil trie Duiiumas or tne ra-
i! i i t r- a
Washington in Afternoon.
nsnmgiou, uuu. o. jrnuce nan-
1 , . 1 1 t-Cl 1 1" X
for Annapolis, the rain coming
in torrents as the train pulled
but in spite of it a lnrge crowd
present to see the- royal party
Arrived at Annapolis.
it- - r tti. no Tn
niLimiiH. mil.. r" t : 1 1 . .io. nt:ii
re, Hnnrv and his nartv arrived
a drizzling rain was falling, but
did not mar the enthusiasm of
reception given the royal visitor.
party was driven from the train
he parade ground, where the ca-
were lined up. The prince found
watched the boys go through
evolutions. He seemed greatly
the disadvantages of the slip
grounds and heavy rain under
Ine-R or the naval acatlemv were
An Informal Lunch.
Lt;i I nil iiiHiir;i:Li(iii luk riiuuc d
v tonic lnnrli at. f!nmmander
nwright's house, all officers con-
j l j.1 .1 A 1 -U nl
ii wiiii inn mJiin-!iiiv iiiiu Liitiii
entirely informal. After luncn
nartv left Immediately for the
H. IL KillULti Ul ui. KU1IB UClllh UlCU
Tit" ill 1 1 1 1 . i . nmciucu null, w.v u...u
United States Will Endeavor to get
Money Back Paid for Release of
Vienna. Feb. 2S. A Constantinople ...
dispatch says that the United Statos SllOWSllde in Colorado Takes!
i.i.ui iiiii iu ii lepori mere, imcnas 10
take early action to compel Turkov i 0 . .
to reimburse the citizens of the Unit- oeVGntV LIVGS.
tr Ctnnr. .-.t..,.-l Al. .-v.rt I V
-n umivs wjiu luj&t'u nit' f,iMiti ran-1
BRITISH AND IKE
som for the release of Miss Ellen
Stone and Mme. Tsllki. Turkey.
is- said, -will be held responsible, be
cause the brigands made the women
captives on Turkish soil, but Turkey
will insist that Rulgnria is responsible.
ICE GORGES ARE
SHOOTING AT ARLINGTON.
Sweeten Shotos and Kills R. R.
Portlnnd, Feb. 2S. A special to the
Oregoniau from Arlington, Or., says
Floods in California Train Wrecked
In Georgia, Due to Heavy Rains
Floods In Maryland Loss of Life
Tellurlde, Col., Fob. 25. A snow-
mended and Passed,
Nonr Sho Natol Frontier.
"In the postoffice R. It. Hankins, wis sIi,,e thls morning swept away the
shot and killed by F. D. Sweeten, ""tidings of the Liberty IJell mine.
Both have lived hore some venrs. Bv. including the bunk house in which
standers say Hankins fired the first ! wero 70 meiu N,no Hvcs nro now
shot. The cause of the trouble Is ioi
known." Sweeten is in jail awaiting
Big Convention of Cattle Growers.
Denver, Colo.. Fob. 28. From all
indications the convention of the
American Cattle Growers' Associa
tion to be held in this city next week,
will be the lamest and best renro-
sented Catherine of its kind ever held 1 whether either will be saved.
in this country. Large delegations I d(,nts of the river towns below here
will be present from Texas, Wyoming, ' ,avo beo notified of the approaching
Montana thn Tinkntns AVnshinrtnn ' tec and preparations have been made
Nebraska, Arizona and other states ' t0 fIce t0 higher ground in the event .
known to bo lost. Communhntlon
with the mine is shut off for the pres
ent. Ice Gorges are Broken.
Pittsburg. Feb. 28. The great Ice
gorges in the Allegheny river, above
this city, have broken and are sweep
ing down. Two steamboats am al
ready caught in the swiftly moving
packs, and it is extremely doubtful
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co-, Pr.dte
ton, Chicago Board ot Trade and
New York Stock Enchano Broker.
Ne Ywk. JS The wJwat
ttvtrkttt rn firm tt-rlriv n vMIm
Censure Resolutions Recom-itradr ? "hi .Bic Relit Occurred Thursday
wbtm ninnor prices in anii-itt.b oti w w
a hetler foreign demand tor the, nt
thrvi tteentan. Urvryool a n
chftnKl, Nw YorX pHi JiJH(fH
and rluMii SJV ami fktrncn ;rx!
TavS n.l -rrs at VRH wi TT,
cmii ttrly. sj
OptatM today. SJ4U.
Uwrh ttxlay. J.t.fi.
Ckm to4ay. SJ.
St. rul. 1
Union Prtflfle. tM.
Wheat In San FranUeo, .
San Franrlico. Fob. 2S. WhAt 11
nuotwt at JI tSHCf 1.13U vvr nUL L4m. VK :8 - An mcM 41
(Mtrti w rwtrsi at tan wr
To Reduce Wood Alhohol Output Wk '"V 1Wftf1
Now rk. Feb. 5S A larso nuro-' ,( ...i . ...
liwt. Ooural lhle llotha. a twr
CONSIDERED THE GRAVER.
THE OOtR LtkSStS.
Beverage, of the Committee Report
ing, Submitted a Minority Report,
Recommending Double the Punish-1
ment for Tillman Democrat Agree j
to Resolution. !
Washington, Fob. 28.Tho inmate,
tDrltl.h Killed HwndmU f Htrm
I Qlonglntf to Detr and Ca;tMrtl
Great Number of Thtir C-ltl.
conunltteo on privilege- and election
decided that Senator Tlllinnn and 1 ber of wmM alhocol factorifH thuuieh-
Mcl.attrln should bo cennured for
their action in the senate chamber, lu
which .Mol-auiin called Tillman a
"liar" nnd Tillman struck Mcl-nurln.
Bcrverage in Minority.
Senntor llerornge made a minority
report, recominondlng the suspontlon
of MfLaurln for five days and a long
re tern for Tlllmnn.
The censure renolutlon presented
to the senate soon after the opening
of the session this morning, wore as
. . i . . . . . . , . . . - -
.low,, next week a a r,.lt of thn con- l(fl on Ulc fttW, uuit9 p(
foronw recently held by the manufac ' Wt,m kllH ,Bll M llU wu rls.
Atnons: t pftonr tai
turera of tho Lulled HUtea, at which turf,
It was agrcinl to cloo I WO rttorta for
n period of l mouth. This I about
25 pro cent of tho total numbr nt
the United State nnd will causa a
falling off In the output of C5&.000
Ion. The order affects every tat
VISITS NAVAL ACADEMY.
"That It Is the judgment of the sen-
i- . n 1. I I i - i I . . ..
and territories in tho west. Many ol a Kreni overnow which is vxpuciuu. ; ate mat the senators from Houtti t;ar
matters of Interest to cattlemen nrei Washout in California. olinn, for disorderly behavior and tin
to be discussed, one n? tIip most lm- o p . i.... I grant violation of the rules of tho
nortant of wliinh Is tho Land LensiiiLr .. ..ti i rt..,t-
A 4, uwiiuiiu ui'intrvii tuiun eiaiiuu .... r.,1,-,,--,,
hi . now before conirress. nrenared -..- n...i ...t.. i , senate, on l ebrunry
' ' ' i iiiiu ti uiuiiaiiii utiiiiii'ii Lii.a iiiuiiiiii...
caused by a break In the levee at
Knights Landing, where the water Is
the highest In 25 years. At 12nst Mar
cusols a break In the levee along
Feather river and the railroad tracks
are overflowed. Tho Oregon trains
are running via Provllle In conse-
by a committee appointed for that
purpose by the last convention of tho
association. "The Diseases of cattle
and their Remedies'" will also come
up for consideration and papers will
be presented by the most able men
in the country on "The best mode of
feeding and fattening Cattle for Mar-1 quunce,
net in me Arm uegions oi tne west,
where hut Little Grain is Raised."
The program will bo limited to a few
set subjects or papers, it being the
purpose of the convention to confine
the proceedings to open debate and
argument on the part of the members.
i senate during an oim'U session of the
22. deserve the
censure of the senate, and they are
hereby so censured for their breach
of privileges against tho dignity of t
this body nnd from nnd after the adop
tion of this resolution the order nd-
Bennett v. Riley.
Allentown, Ia.. Fob. 2S. The Key
stone Athletic Club expects lr:o
crowd on hand tonight when Jack
llotinett. of MeKeesport, meets Mar
tin Hlloy, of Huston, in a ItV-mund eon
test, lloth men have been training
faithfully for several weeks and ap
pear to be lu shape for a hard flfiht.
wor Ooneral Dwlt' oti. Coroman4
ant Myr and Truthcr and ertetml
Tho scene of tho flisht wai Witwcwa
thn WMIiter river and the Natal fros
tier Tho AfthtlnK at close qur--r.
tho lloor Atli'mptlng to tirrak
thriHifth tho HrllWfe line, a uiujL
driving- a herd nt raitl In front ot
thaw. Two other attempt bjr tlw
lloor siirroiMled In hrraVInx through
th llin .
. i i i. 0-..f-
tirniTinllR Mil.. Feb. 28. The en-
a. .. Di i rr Linn ri Ttin tli nil
city at noon on a special train
Washinston. In the rrinces
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rii i vim r t ant;ii. it ;--xviiix. i tk
t 1 .1 J A 1 luinnin
Schwlnd and Von Egidy, with a
Ilfr f II IHHK IirilllllllUIlL 111 ill UOl a
the imperial suite. In the party
were several distinguished
t - m
Hrl iTILTl . HILVUI tllllUUI O. llllUVllllfe
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ii -1 J 1 1 01.nn.f W.
a. "r T1 Ja-J nMnmnnrlor1
ii niiwiMN. ni tiiiiiu ii. vjuuiuiuuubi
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Hri i;kvwihhi. ul liij mai ittu v-vy w
Secret Service Chief WilKe.
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. i -rrr-1 -.1 -i,
iRTPfi nv nil rne nincera bitiLiuncu
n flrod Tho viRitnrR inRnectea tne
1UUB UUUUIUKH Ul IUC f
11 At.-. 1ia Viorlmr nnri
explanations made to them ot tne
i. . e S ml,. D1nnn
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lamv avnranQMii iiik iiiiiiiiiii.iii.iii ui
cssanleteness of the institution
t avian nnirl linndsnme tribute to
nke:8Bd manly appearance of tne
ntn 1b nlnpnnt luncheon WBS
.V . i i n
VCU IH U1U 'Kt'VllliUlllUU ui.
lock tho dlstlngiiisliea'-rlsitojB left
their return to Washington.
Prince Ready for Western Trip.
uoningion, reu. to. ujiuh iciuih
from Annapolis this evening
Ince Henry is to be given a dinner
the German ambassador. He will
y nis farewell visit to me presiueiu
d spend tho night at the German
nnoiv prannrnTinnH uir iiih li iu
the Bouth and west, beginning to-
i - mi
rrnr nn vu rmnn ffiiii iiitiLtii. x uc
. i - - , . . (11 1. -.1A
tt v iiAm ufnonieiirrnn 1 1 1 iih iiiiir:
er the Pennsylvania road at 12:30
m. Brief stops are to be made at
ttaburg, Columbus, and Cincinnati,
riving at Chattanooga at an early
a-uiiUCj liiwt ..st3
-M. a. -. 1 - f..,l.mJ
ureac uaie in icvciiiu.
Cleveland, O., Feb. 28, An 80-mile
1 i . i . i .tl .Uln mA,nlniri
io uirucK mis city mm "'""""H'
eat damage was done to snow wm
wb and roofs. Signs and wires are
wn all over the city. In some In-
nniui ti,. nnni nr tun RinreH
To Meet on the Mat.
New York, Feb. '28. The wrestling
watch between Carl Norbeck, the
giant Norwegian, and John Penning,
the "Butcher Boy," which takes place
at the Lenox Lyceum tonight, has
aroused keen interest among the Nor
wegian followers of athletics In this
city, who have made much over Nor
beck since his arrival in this coun
try. The match Is to determine the
world's championship. Both men
have been training for some time and
a hard contest Is expected to be tho
Train Wrecked In Georgia.
Atlanta, Fob. 2S. A passenger
train on the Southern Hallway, went
through a trestle near Zetolln, Ga..
early this morning. Four trainmen
were killed. The dead nro: Fireman
Isaac McDowell, Haggngomnstor Hill.
Engineer A. S. Matthews. Mall Clerk
Leo Murry. Tho accident was duo to
a washout because of tho heavy rains.
Floods in Maryland.
Cumberland, Md., Feb. 28. Heavy
For Moheniollern' Officer.
Nov York. Feb n Tbp Imperial
yacht HohonxelUrn, which has m
Id berth at the fool of Wt Tweoly-
I fourth strret for the. It two weoka,
! . .- .. ... a
Coal Mine Tire Out.
Taroinn, Feb ' 2S vVfler
nuiuths effort the fire lu the WellInK-i ft"'l y hundred of
lon coal mines, at Nalamo. has lietsn i son The olUrr of th yacht w
Judging them lu contempt of tho sou ! drowned out Clearing tho mine be-M he itlven a rptlon at tho Union
gan today. Two bodies, out of ear- Iwasue cluli tonUht at wnien Admiral
ehteen killed when (ho explosion op- Harkrr Btl other
currml, wore rvcovorod. The lot by ofrUr vt this vlelMlty wilt I uia
closing the mine exceeds 1100.000. ut.
nte shall no longer be In force and
Harder on Tillman.
In the report accompanying tho res
olution, It was stated Hint Tillman's
offonoo wns graver than that of Mc-Lnurln.
Bnlloy, on behalf of the democrats, I
presented a report agiculng to the1'
resolution, but expressing thw opinion
that there was no dllference In the!
jtrnvlty of the offeiiBe of either sona- j
McComna and Heverage prevented
a report roroinmendlng Hint Tillman
1 lm uiiDiii.iiilUil ff lu'Ainf i' e1nt
have been falling since . ""1 ... , .,
midnight, have caused a nmewal of. Vi toll" '
DEATH UNDER WHEELS.
Pasco is Looked Upon as the Railroad
Two deaths in the Northern Pa
cific switchyard at Pasco every 12
months Is the startling story of the
casualty list coming from that place.
This has been the rate for the past
seven years. On an average of every
six months some luckless trainman
Is ground to death beneath the wheels
the floods of the past few duys, and
the situation Is most grave. Tho
streets here aro floodod. Great alarm
is felt for the villages below hore.
Rain In the South.
Atlanta, Fob. 28. Tho .unprecedent
ed rainfall of yestorday throughout
the state has swollen tho streams
and many bridges are being swept
away. The damage to property Is
heavy. No loss of life Is as yet re
ported. Between Fifty and Sixty Lives.
Denver. Col.. Fob. 28, Lato dis
patches from Toluride say botween CO
and CO livos wero lost In the Liberty
Hell snow slide.
During the roll cnll, when Tillman's
name whk called he arose, nnd with
his f.j'-e red with anger, said: "Mr
President, among gentleman, an npol
ogy ir an offense committed under'
the heat of blood, usually is consider-1
ed sunicunt.'" i
A soiiaiHlon followed this utterance, j
l or a moment tnero nppenreii to uo
danger of a stampede against the
adoption of tho censure resolution,
but It mus averted, Tillman finally
being allowed to withdraw his words,
which be consented to do.
On the Publll6t!c Calendar.
Omaha. Neb.. Feb. 2S.ConBider-
of the engines in the yards and his able Interest s manifested in siwrt
..,.i ?.a.. u,- im n tn i itiK circles in the bout botween Halch
muHBiuu uuu, vi" . " , 0,., f a,,, !llwi ?1irt niirilnitr. '
along tne uo umnia i - - -i (
a heartbroken wile ' Wheeling, which Is scheduled to;
L othnr niaep. lued off tonight in Washington
the shifting sands
river or sent to
o,,l frlondo in Hnmn nthpr nlace.
T-, ' Hall
toll mnnv n li-irrnwlnc tale of the la'c ul " "- v
from night until morning the contiuu- ap Dann l ale a..d I aui Murry
al sound of the switch engine is heard ; wi four rounds.
and ground to pieces under the cars fa t
pinioned down under wreckago or ! .
caught between "bumpers," switch- j Alma. Mich.. Feb. 28 -The debate
men have met their fate. There Is between Alma and Albion colleges
a continual sound of the rush and ' takes placo here tonight and It prom
bustle and the switch engines do not i Iscs to be the most Intere st ng event
create all the comotion, for the pas- of the college year. The queftlon is
senrrer trains coming through fre-1 embraced in the following. Kosolv
mtently are SJaS 1 Engineers, brake-! ed. That It would be for tho mutual
mp . and conductors going off dutv benefit or the United States and the
and I iShliS X S' home! to spend 1 Philippines for tho United States to
aD" ru,"1.n5. or retln possession of the islands." Al-
a lew HUUIb Willi li - - mr,nlll' BIlll
Hilt V lit JMa'JJUV VV "
Albion the negative side of the ques-
CANADA TO ENGLAND.
Asks for Support In Presilng Her
Demands Against United State.
London. Feb. 2a Important com
munications lmvd recently paaaod be
tween Canada and tho Hrltlsli govern
ment, w.Vrt icteroneo to the Alaska
boundary dlspule. Canada. In those
otumunlfationts. stated that she bad
l Ul ..01iui6iu.i . .. . ,.la . ,, !.
Gardner will have the ndvan- . u u ,,,,
t'M J l- t ' r rfiniii,- wiiu v
id Kugland to support
her In her
caught unawares and crusuea 10
Anntv, T.tko the miner who works
underground, not one of the trainmen j tlon.
knows what minute ho may oe Kineo
or maimed for life. The scared fac
es and occasional limp showB the
strenuous life the railroader has to
live, but someone has to follow mis
Joe Hlnkle Hung.
Peoria, III., Feb. 28. Joseph Hinklo
was hanged here this morning for
murder. A peculiarity of tho execu-
work audi someone has to elth r meet' tlon was that the murderer was aa
his fate like a hero without nincning,
or, as it happens many times, be run
down by the merciless monster when
his back Is turned.
companled to the scaffold by two wo
men, who had been his spiritual ad
visers. They did not stay, however,
to witness the execution.
Fern vs, Nelll.
8an FranclHco, Oal.. Feb. 28-The
Yotiemlttt Athletic dub has complet
ed arratiKomonis for the ZD-round go
between Al Nelll, the California
fighter, and "Hubo" Ferns, the ox
welterweight champion, which takes
placo tonight. This contest has been
substitute for the ono between Jaok
O'Brien and "Kid" Ivlgne, which
fell through owing to the Injury of
No Rain for Southern California.
San Francisco, Feb. 28. Italn In
tho present etorm has fallen from To
haclpl north to Puget Souud, but will
not reach the southern part of this
state where It Is most needed.
McCullough to the Recue.
San Francisco, Feb. 28. rrhe reve
nue cutter McCullough left hore today
on a cruise In search of the disabled
bark Northwest, reported In distress
by a steamer arriving In this port
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re blown Into the street.