East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, March 11, 1902, Image 1

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the prince here". The mayor
the prince that the German slng
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would assemble during the after-
to give him "a farewell. The
this morning in acknowledge
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The Farewell Demonstration.
inspiring farewell -demonstra-
in which 4000 people on the dock
all manner of craft in tne river
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thousands cheered, bands
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Prince Henry Goes Home.
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is in annual session here with at
dance of members from the
ef cities of the state. H. H. High-
latlon to be in first class condition.
visitors are being royally enter
ed by the local members of the
Funeton In Chicago.
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Favorable Report on BUI to Limit
Meaning of Word Conspiracy.
"Washington. MJarch 11. The house
committee on judiciary today auth
orized a favorable report on the Gros
vcnor.bill "to limit the meaning of
the word conspiracy," and the use of
"restraining orders and injunctions
in certain cases." The bill aims to
do away with the Indiscriminate issu
ing of injunctions against the labor
unions during strikes.
. After Hermann's Scalp.
Senators Perkins and Bard, of Cali
fornia, received telegrams from the
California Miners Association re
questing an Investigation of the re
port that the scribbers of Bakersfield,
Cal., oil district were trying to secure
the removal of Land Commissioner
Hermann by Secretary Hitchcock,
who made findings against the scrip
pers lo secure appointment of a man
favorable to the scrippers. Bard re
plied that he thinks thj movement
was under way and Perkins wired
that there wan nothing in it.
Appropriate $25,000 With Which to
Flght Merger.
St Paul, March 11. The special
session of the legislature adjourned
today, after passing a bill appropriat
ing the sum of $25,000 to furnish the
attorney-general funds with which to
prosecute the Northern Pacific and
Great Northern merger, which Is be
ing fought in the courts under the
direction of Governor Vansant, of Minnesota.
Big Sunday School Convention.
Petersburg, Va., March 11. Several
hundred, Sunday school workers who
come .from all parts of the state and
represent all religious denominations,
are taking part in the twelfth annual
convention of the Virginia Sunday
School Association, which was formal
ly opened here today. The sessions
will continue until Friday, during
which time there will be papers and
addresses by church and Sunday
school workers of wide repute. Elab
orate entertainment has been provid
ed for the visitors by the churches of
the city.
Brewers Meet.
Milwaukee, Wis., March 11. The
compounders of the brew which
makes Milwaukee famous are today
entertaining thg brewers of the state
at .large. The occasion is the third
annual meeting of the Wisconsin
Brewers' association. The associa
tion has a membership of about one'
hundred brewers of the leading cities
of the state and almost all are in at
tendance at the gathering. The busi
ness before the convention is mostly
of a routine nature.'
New Jersey Methodists.
Salem, N. J., March 11. Several
hundred .ministerial and lay delegates
are here for the annual conference
of the Methodist church of New Jer
sey, which will be in session dur
ing the remainder of the week with
Bishop E. Gt Andrews presiding. The
services this evening wilfbe conduct
ed by Rev. John' Fox, of Trenton.
Conference appointments will be
made late In the week.
The Lackey Sale.
Cambridge City, Ind., March 11.
John S. Lackey's annual combination
sale opened today and will continue
for one week, during which time live
hundred high-bred horses wil be put
on the block. The horses offered
this year are of better quality than
ever before and horsemen from all
over the country are nresent to take
part in the bidding.
Kelly to Box Tipman.
Baltimore, Md., March 11. Tiie
program arranged for the Nlckerbock
er athletic club for its boxing show
tonight provides for a twenty-round
wlndup between Jimmy Kelly, of New
York, and Joe Tipman, of Baltimore.
The men are to weigh Jn late this af
ternoon at 128 pounds. The fighters
are regarded as evenly matched and
an interesting contest Is looked for.
Illinois Underwriters.
Peoria. 111.. March 11. Peoria la
entertaining the Illinois State assocla-
tion of underwriters, whose quarter
ly convention began today. About
ninety members, representing lead
ing Insurance companies, are in at
tendance. A wide range of topics
connected with- Insurance affairs Is
scheduled for discussion.
Indiana Bank Robbed.
Mfc, Vernon, Ind., .March 11. The
safe Jn the Boseaian & Waters bank,
at Poseyville, was blown up this morn
ihg and $2300 stolen. The basic bad
shipped out $18,000 'yesterday . .
Several Persons Injured, But None
Killed Telegraph Wires Tom
Down Damage Along the'UUnlon
Pacific Lines.
:Omaha, March 11. Fifty buildings
were more or less damaged by a
terrific wind storm in this city shortly
after midnight. The wind swept the
city, buildings being unroofed, side
walks torn up, fences thrown down
and "windows, blown in. The storm
section of the city was panic stricken,
rain and lightning adding to the ter
ror produced by the gale. '
Several People Injured.
During the storm several persons
were injured by falling bricks and
flying planks, but not one death has
been reported. Telegraph and tele
phone wires were torn down in all
parts of the city and the tangle still
exists. The railroad officers report
very heavy rains all around Omaha,
the wind being accompanied by a per
fect deluge of water. There was con
siderable damage done by washouts
along the Union Pacific lines. Other
roads report only trifling damage.
Destroyed by Earthquake.
St. Petersburg, March 11. The
town of Shemakka, which was par
tially destroyed by an .earthquake a
month ago, attended by a heavy lo3s
of life, was the scene of further seis
mic dlseturbances on Sunday. Twelve
thousand people are now homeless.
Burns vs. Ryan.
New York, March 11. A pugilistic
contest which is attracting consider
able attention is the twenty-round
go between Billy Ryan and Johnny
Burnes, which is to be pulled off to
night at New London, Conn. Burns,
though he has not been in the bus!
ness very long, has drawn with such
men as Oscar Gardner, Austin Rice
and Tommy Sullivan, and is expected
to give Ryan a hard tussle for the de
cision. '
Sons of Veterans.
Meridian, Miss., March 11. Meri
dian is gay with flags and bunting to
day in honor of the Sons of Confeder
ate Veterans, whose annual state en
campment Is in progress. The at
tendance is unusually large, every lo
cal camp in the state being fully re
presented. Tiiere are also many
other visitors, including a number of
speakers of note who are to addrees
the gathering.
Meeting of Texas Bankers.
Galveston, Tex., March 11. From
all indications the annual convention
of the Texas State Bankers' associa
tion, which is to be held in this city
next week, will be the largest In the
eighteen .years' history of the organi
zation. Financial topics covering a
wide range will be discussed and
there will also be addresses by sever
al prominent financiers.
Berks County's Birthday.
Reading, Pa., March 11. Berks
county was 150 years old today. Ex
ercises commemorative of the found
ing of the county were held in all the
public schools and Interesting pro
grams were carried out at a meeting
held under the auspices of the local
historical societies.
Portland's New Paper.
Portland, March 11. The initial
number of the Evening Journal, Port
land's new dally, made its appearance
today. A. D. Bowen Is manager and
W. D; Wasson is- editor. It will use
the Scrlpps-McRao telegraphic serv
ice. Union Depot for Salt Lake.
Salt Lake, March 11. Managers of
the Rio Grande and the Short Line at
a conference today, decided to sub
Ject for the approval of the directors,
to build a union depot, provided the
city council will grant Pioneer Square
asked for Iy the San Pedro road.
Choate Presides.
London, March 11, Joseph Choate,
United States ambassador, 'presided
.this evening over the annual dinner
of the Falk Fishers club. The af
fair took place at the Hotel Cecil and
was attended by many' men of prominence.
Hearing on Pur Food Bllh
Washington, D. C, March 11,Tfie
house committee today began hear
ings on a number of pure food bills.
certain by the fact that Geor may lose
many delegates because his Interests
nro almost lilcnticnl withthoao of Sl-j
Furnish's Victory In Umatilla Pleases
Both Antl-SImon-Geer Crowd as
..Well as the Gcer Faction Know
Now Whom They Have to Consider.
The Salem correspondent of the Or
egonlan, writing of polities in Marlon
county, says: .
Govornor Goer Is much stronger in
this county than 'is Simon, and with
out the aid of Goer's friends Simon
would have no possible chance of
landing a . legislative delegation.
Whether this ndded strength will en
able him to do so remains to ho seen
on March 20, when the county conven
tion will be held. The first great
battle will take place Friday, March
14, but, owing to the local complica
tions, there will be another contest
before the convention meets. The
fight in the primaries promises to bo
nominally a Geor and an antl-Goor
contest. But when the delegates to
the county convention have been
named, an effort will begin to capture
ihe convention organization for Jo
seph Simon. The reason for this plan
of campaign is plain.
Geer People Deny Simon.
The Geor people vigorously deny
that any combination exists between
Simon and Geer, and denounce the
allegation as a malicious lie, without
any foundation in fact. Thq Issue
thus raised is the leading factor in
the present fight, though there are
also anti-Geer men who would bo
such even though the senatorial ques
tion did not enter into the contro
versy. On the other hand, there are
men of considerable political sagacity
who are primarily Simon men, and
if they had to choose between Simon
and Geer would remain loyal to Si
mon. All the Simon mon are support
ing Geer. In some of tho precincts it
is said that tho fight has ceased to
be a contest over Geer, but has be
'cpme afight over Simon. This is the
situation at Wbodburn, where both
slates will bo favorable to Geor, but
only tho Poorman slate favorable to
Simon. "-Poorman is making a very
lively contest for tho support of his
own precinct for return to tho legis
lature, and is being opposed by people
led by W. L. Topze and J. H. Settle
mler. A Large Quiet Vote.
It Is a foregone conclusion that
neither faction will have a solid dele
gation to the state convention. Neith
er of the two opposing leaders Crol
son, on the part of tho Simon-Goer
people, and Wfrightman on tho part
of antl-Simon-Geer forces pretends
to claim a solid delegation. Each is
striving for a majority In tho conven
tion, and the larger tho majority tho
better. There will be a large "quiet.
vote" by men who do not announce
which way their choice will go. Tho
quiet vote is something that is poor
foundation for estimates. The popu
lar vote might bo very evenly divided,
and yet one faction have a decided
majority in tho convention. m
Furnish's Victory in Umatilla.
'The victory of Furnish In Umatilla
county was a source of great satisfac
tion to tho anti-Simon-Geor crowd,
and they wore as free in expressing
their pleasure as wore the Geer peo
nle when the Simon-Moody peoplo won
In Wasco. The Geer peoplo also
claim to bo pleased ovor the result of
tho Umatilla primary election. Thoy
say that it is now settled that Fur
nish will bo Goer's chief opponent
for the nomination, and they are glad
fo have the light mado certain to
thisxtent. One of the antis, on hear
ing this view expressed said; "YeB,
bqt their satisfaction is like that of
a sheep owner of my acquaintance.
Ono of bis sheep died and the other
Bald: 'Lord, thy will be donot; it Is
all right,' Ono after another of the
sheep died, and tlio ownor made the
same comment, until he behold the
dead carcass of the last one of the
flock. Tl.on he said: 'Tills may bo
all right, but I can'.t see it that way
If too many counties go for Furplsh,
it may tlll be all right, hut the Geer
peoplo won't see It that wajr,"
.Created No Surprise.
iNelther tho Wasco nor tho Umatil
la primary elections created any sur
prise here, except that Furnish bo
cured a much larger proportion of
the delegation than was oxpected, It
was generally supposed that each
would carry his own county, and It Is
exnected that Geer will carry Marlon.
The fight here is materially different,
however, for state delegates are cnos
en by precincts, and even a large ma
jority cannot give one man a solid
seierauoa to me state convention.
In Marlon the fight, is also made un-
Reported by I. L. Ray & Co., Pendle-1
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers. !
iNey York. March 11, The wheat
market was weak and lower today,
although cables did not follow tho
weakness hero yesterday. Tho gov
ernment report, Riving tho amount of
wheat, iu farmers' hands as 23 por
cent of tho crop of 1001 and 20 per
cent of corn, was considered. The
report was rather bullish, but as
prices had boon on the up turn for
nearly a week in anticipation of this
report, thore were tradois who
thought it had boon discounted. Liv
erpool closod i 1Mj. New York open
ed 83V& and closed 82. Chicago
openod 77Vi, closed 76V1. Tho report
on condition of winter wheat Is not
published as yet.
Closed yesterday, 82.
Openod today, 83.
Range today, 8283.
Closed today, 82.
Sugar 127.
Steel, 42.
St. Paul, 163 tf.
Union Pacific, 98.
Thousands of Men Have Al
ready Quit Work,
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, March 11. Wheat 7714
76 per bushel.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, March 11. Wheat
?1.124 per cental.
Annual Round-up.
Fort Worth, Tex., March 11.
Prominent cattle raisers, commission
men, buyers and packers aro gathorod
at Fort Worth for the twenty-fifth an
nuai convention of tho Texas Cattle
Raisers' association, which will bo In
session through tho romalndor of tho
week. Thoy come, not only from all
parts of Texas, but from Oklahoma,
Kansas, Colorado and other states as
well. Tho gathering is tho largest
of its kind ever hold in tho south
west. Tho officers' roports show that
tho association last year prevented
many cltttlo thefts, and thus was of
great bonefit to tho entiro state. In
spectors nro kept nt all tho prlnciplo
markets and theso watch tho brands
and see that no shipper handles n
brand he Is not authorized to handlo.
In connection with tho convention
there Is a big fat stock Bhow In pro
gress,, with hundreds of flno cattlo
on exhibition.
Illinois Day at Charleston.
Charleston, S. C, March 11. Tho
distinguished delegations from tho
Prairie stato which reached Charles
ton yesterday, united today to make
Illinois day ono of tho conspicuous
successes of tho exposition. Tho vis
itors woro cordially wolcomod by
President F. W. Wagnor of tho expo
sition, Mayor Smith of Charleston
and Govornor McSwconoy, of South
Carolina, to whoso addresses respons
es wero mado by Govornor Yates of
Illinois and Frederick E. Smith of
Peoria. Gonoral John C. Black of
Chicago and Congressman Georgo E,
Foss were also among tho speakers,
Following tho formal oxorclses a
luncheon was given to tho Illinois
guest at tho woman's building by the
exposition officials, and later In tho
day tho formal dedication of the Illi
nois building took place.
Civic Federation Called on to Use Its
Influence to Check Strike and
Bring About a Settlement of the
Differences, as Business lsPara(ya
ed. Boston, March 11. Mayor Collins
this aftcrnoqn wired Senator llanna.
appealing to tho civic federation to
check the strike, which Is growing in
Longshoremen Go Out.
At noon all longshoremen in tho
city stopped work and joined tb.o
strikers, thus further paralyzing tho
business of the city.
Boston, March 11. Fully 3000 re
or.ults wero added to tho ranks of tho
strikers this morning and the leaders
say If necessary, 25,000 additional mea
can bo called out. Tho coal and lum
ber teamsters may go out before tho
week la over. Tho Btrtko is seriously
felt throughout tho city. In buslnesa
soctlons there Is ovory appearance of
a holiday, tho work in tho shipping
department being practically a,t n
Pennsylvania's Annual Meeting.
Philadelphia. March 11. Stockhold
ers of tho Pennsylvania Railroad
Company assembled In annual meet
ing In Horticultural hall today and
llstoned to reports giving details of
tho company's business during tho
Inst year nnd dealing with tho futuro
policy of tho road, Tho annual report
showed the total grotis earnings of tho
entiro system to havo reached tho
sum of $108,620,878.11, an lncreaso
ovor 1900 or $23,390,521.41. After
deducting operating expenses the not
earnings nro shown to havo been
$64,913,191.8!), an lncreaso of $10,178,
414.38 ovor 1900. After tho deduction
of all charges tho net incomo of tho
entire system applicable to dividends
was $29,572,581.78. Besides the state
ments of earnings and general bal
anco sheet, the report contnlned some
detailed Information about tho various
plans of the company, especial men
tion being made of the road's project
to tunnel under tho Hudson rivor nnd
thoroby gain a terminus In Now York
There Are British Troubles.
London, March 11. Tho . cabinet
met today to discuss the disaster to
General Methuen and it also discuss
ed tho question of suppression of tho
Irish land league. All members of
tho cabinet agreed that conditions !u
Ireland at presont wero worse thaa
thoy had boon for years.
Methuen'8 Wound Dangerous.
London, March 11. Lord Kitche
ner reports the wound in General Me
thuon's thigh ns very dangerous.
Baking Powder
Made of Pure Qrape Cream of Tartar.
Safeguards the food
against alum
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