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PJEIsTDLETOX, UMATILLA GQUNTY, IgSrEGCVN", TUESDAY, AP1UL 1, 1902.
IT OUR MEAT
itlon Laws Go Into Effect
.rman Butchers Celebrate
by Raising Prices.
, " i ,e new lm
ctlon laws, which became
Sncd. The date on which
ftt will 1) suujecieu i"
,rom Is left open. .
r distinction is to
,i w tho.- nropnecy
mi lit' vi i ' - -
ihe German butchers w
fnct by a suusuuium
F i now jeirula-
L- fntinnnl nrotectlon
diseased flesh is
L matter of hope.
Inan Tariff Altered.-
E ii 1 Tha now 'tariff: hill
all communal dues on cat-
. tholr nrndllfits.
E.IU il uuu l '
xcention of brewing malt,
i - - . .
Bland's Naval Plans
lAnrii 1 Thnrp nrp under
In todav 13 new battleships,
r. . , . ,..,
H cruisers, two secuuu-wuoa
Kvo third-class cruisers, 10
ht destrovers. five torpedo
eight minor craft.
higrants for Canada,
Auril 1. dDuring March
immigrants left Glasgow
bool to settle in Canada.
Id 4000 more will go this
as many more in May
ROM LABOR CENTERS
bf Labor Statistics Meet in
Beans, April 1. The associa-
Hiclals of Bureaus of Labor
began its 18th annual con-
lere today with President
Wright, national commis-
labor in the chair. The la-
iissloners of more than 30
ire present. Following the
Iformalities the convention
reports on various ques
Icting the condltioa of the
tlasses, such as the changes
uy macninery, me wages or.
somen, and the effects of al
pn Industry and crime. These
fhich were of a most inter
iracter, embodied the work
fious state bureaus.
?ages of 6000 Raised.
April 1. The Allis-Chal-
Ipany, one of the largest pro
I machinerv In thA TInltfid
Pday granted an advance of
ft to all the mp.n Jn Ur pm.
half a day off every Satur-
l the men In thp. nnmna-nv'a
kbout C00O, including thlse In
ls at JMllwaukee, Buffalo,
Jre and Scranton, Pa., are
INew Miners' Scale.
111., Anril 1. Th tipw Kcalp
adopted for one year by the
tuners went Into effect today
be in force for1 nnn vonr.
(the scale was adopted by a
e after a lene-thv sesalon.
now a dissatisfaction express-
uome uistrlcts minor changes
in made but most of the items
id for by the miners have not
; Prevent Overproduction.
pn, Pa., April l.The acid
t in northeastern PatitihvI-
ftgan riinnlnc on iahnnf iimo
mm- " O IXMVft V WUAV fcA
V will continue to do so for
nonius, the occasion being to
Bling. W. Va., April l.The
company today granted an
1 Of 1 nor nonf no. tin
lloyes. The advance nrevent.
fcazoo, Mich., April 1. All de
Pts operating under the city
flay mit nn a 1 l
or a day's work.
pntarlly Advanced Wages.
IJarvIs. N. v Anu -i t
Prtetor of the Orr Overall Fac
I of 9k ' today granted an
t. -w vui to au opera
ne announcement .was a com-
E h f .l0 tne operatives and
Eo i.the Presentation of iany
IT-". Til A iuvli,.!.!.. ii..
atiow his appreciation of the
Fu Z ent In th0 allty of
01 Wb employes.
FINANCIAL NEWSOE-THE DAY
Lyman J. Gage Heads U. S. Trust Co
New York, April 1. Lyman J. Gage,
former secretary of the treasury, to
day assumed charge of the United
States Trust Company, succeeding
John A. Bteyart; v(ho lays dow'n the
management after nearly a half cen
tury of service.
The pli'.e Is one dl those tendered
Mr'Gage when he retired from Pres
ident Roosevelt's cabinet. Another
was the presidency of the the Interna
tional Banking Corporation, which
offered Mr. Gage $100,000 salary. In
refusing this the former secretary is
said to have remarked: "I can mix
financial matters and make a success,
but I cannot .mix finance and diplo
macy." The company has a capital .of $2,
000,000, and a -BUrplus"3-6f $11,432,
095.34. it is considered a Standard
The International 'Bank.'
New York, April 1. The Interna
tional Bank, of which the late Marcus
Hartley was president, opened office
today at, 1 .Wall-Street. This, is the
organization that succeeded In get
ting thebusihesstof the United States
government in China and the Philip
pines by agreeing to establish a
branch at Shanghai. It was originat
ed by Edward F. Cragin. It is the ul
timate intention to have branches-of
the International Bank in South
American and. Europe as well as in
The Latest Word From Portlaijd is That His Prospects Are
' -" "-if
Brighter Though Uncertain, and the Sit-
Moody's Name Not Offered Tongue Renominated In the First District by
Ii a Convention "That Lasted Only Thirty Minutes E.: L. Smith Gave a
' Eulogy on the Work of The DallesI Statesman, But ''Wllfiamson'a
Nomination Was By Acclamation
Portland, April 1., 4 p. .m. SpeciaKto the East Oregonlop. It seems
exceedingly favorable-tor Furnish for the nomination tomorrow. An excel
lent battle Is"beina"maile for him. 'He lil gaining at this hour, but condi
tions may change. r
AN EARLjER REPORT.
A bulletin received by the East Oregonian early this afternoon read:
Portland, April 1. State Senator J. N. Williamson will be nominated
for congress today, vice Malcolm t A. Moody, by the republican second dls
trlct. Moodys name' will not be presented to the convention. The repub
lican state convention opens tomorrow. ' Today's developmenU$a,re favor
able to the renomlnation of GeerjOr .governor, who claims he wW win on
the second ballot . ", "f ; t
Williamson Nominated Moody'same is Not Presold.
Portland, Ajril JL. The .congressional! iionvention of the second district
met at 1:30 p. m. At 2 o'clock Dr. M...E. Brink, of Crook county, named J.
N. Williamson, of Prinevllle, for the domination for congress. After Brink's
speech, E. L. Smith, of Hood River, .ijras heard in a eulogy on the work of
ATiiicolm A. Mioodv. without nlaclng-him In nomination.
lines outright, weJiave simply leasefiM Williain6oJirnaIiiaMoxxi foUoHewas called, for and responded
in a neat speecn. -xne congressionan'commiiujemau b. ubmi wui;,
Davis Wilcox; Union, D. R. Hendriks; Wallowa, C. E. Jennings; Morrow,
R. F. Hynd; Umatilla, Thomas Thompson. A. B. Thompson was one of the
secretaries of the convention. G. W. Phelps, of Heppner, was chairman o
the congressional convention.
Tongue Nominated In First District
Trolley Lines Leased.
.New .York, April l.-r-H.. W4 Whip
pie, of the New York Security-and
Trust company, and other New York
capitalists, have leased thelines of
New Orleans, and took charge today,
Mr. Whipple said in regard to the
deal: "We have not purchased the
them. It is a big deal, but the pro
ject looks like a good one."
Widener Gets Cleveland Xrolleys.
Philadelphia, April l.The-Elkins"
Widener, Dolan syndicate today gain
ed control of Cleveland s big consoll
dated street railway lines..
NEWS FROM THE RAILROADS
Minimum Carload Weights, Were Ad
New York, April 1. Beginning- to
day, .the -minimum weight of .ear lots
of flour, feed, oil cake, rolled oats,
starch, bran, grits, malt and hominy
is 35,000 pounds, instead of 30,000
pounds, as heretofore. The change Is
due to an increase, in the size of the
cars. Shippers are obliged to ship
5000 pounds more than at present in
order to receive the benefit of the
class rate for carloads. On some va
rieties of grain and grain products the
increase is even greater.
Big Four's Blg Dock.
St. Joseph, Mich., April 1. The
making of the largest dock on the east
side of Lake Michigan was begun to
day by the Big Four railway. The
dock will be built over the marshes
and have a river frontage of 800 feet
and be 500 feet wide. The railway
proposes to operate a line of steamers
between this city, Duluth and Mil
Burlington Sells 41 Miles.
Kansas City, April 1. That part of
the Northern Connecting Railway sys
tem from Plattsburg, Mo., south to
Kansas City, a distance of 41 miles,
which was recently sold by the Burl
ington railroad to the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific Railroad, was turned
over to the latter company today.
Change of Management
Baltimore, April A- Under a new
arrangement the Pennsylvania .meth
od has been adopted on the B. & O.,
and all mechanical and operating de
partments on the Pittsburg division
and all other divisions were placed
under the .direct supervision of the
division superintendents today.
Big Depot Plan Considered.
Atlanta, Ga., April l.Today Archl-
tcet Bradford Gilbert presented to the
officials of the railways centering here
plans for a new union depot to be lo
cated on the present site. The rail
ways will probably accept the state's
offer of aid In the construction of the
new depot if Mr., Gilbert's report on
the question of room is satisfactory.
General Manager Resigns.
Bristol, Va., April 1, J, L. Brass
today resigned the general manage
ment of the Virginia Iron, Coal &
Coke Company, which company was
organized three years ago with a capi
tal of $10,000,000, and has since been
doing an extensive Iron and coal bus
iness In Tennessee, Kentucky and Vir
ginia. He also resigned as general
manager of the Virginia & Sputhwest-
Roseburg, Or., April l.The congressional - 'iivention of the first dis
trict met at the opera house today. Judge Hewitt, of Albany, was elected
onnJrmnn and L. V.. Stewart, of Grant's Pass secretary. Congressman
'Thomas Tongue was nominated- by W. M. Barrett, of Hillsboro, and he was
Indorsed by acclamation by a rising vote. ur. warns, oi usuu, wu ie
elected chairman of the congressional, committee. Proxies were numerous.
The entire session lasted just 30 minutes.
WITH ANOTHER DISASTER.
Similar to That of 1882, When the
Province Was Entirely submerg
Wlnninee. Anril l.The flood situ
ation throughout Manitoba today is
more serious than ever. Bridges are
down and traffic is blocked in all di
rettions at present, and indications
are for a repetition of the disastrous
flood of 1882, when the entire province
was under water.
Recovering Flood Victims.
TCnnxville. Tenn.. April l.The
bodies of 15 victims of the Dayton
mlnA disaster were recovered. Three
or four more are missing.
IN SOUTH AFRICA
BUT WAR OPERATIONS.
ants Alberts and Hans Botha have
been called to the meeting to discuss
a proposal for, a general surrender,
Comtnandnnt Devllllcrs, who has boon
operating In the Kimborly district, has
sont a flag of truce "asking for terms.
However, military operations con
tinue, desplto the pcaco movement.
The British nro bollovcd to hnvo 1000
of Dcwet's men In a cordon In the
north-west of the Trnnsvanl. Surren
ders are occurring dally In the Stand
erton district. A. party of constabu
lary and native scouts was ambushed
near-IIeidelburg on Sunday. Sixty of
the party wore'kllJed.
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray & Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
Now York, April 1. Tho cables
were all lower this morning after
three holidays, Liverpool closing G
ll.i compared with G Thursday.
New York opened 77 and closed
77. There, were no quotations from
Chicago on account of election.
Close yesterday, 77.
Opened today, 77-.
Range today, 77377.
Closed today, 77.
Union Pacific, 99.
St. Paul, 1G4.
Wheat In San Francisco.
Snn Francisco, April 1. May wheat
JACINTO RESERVE OPEN.
34,000 Acres in San Bernardino Coun
ty, Cal., for Settlers.
Los Angeles, April 1. Tho San Ja
cinto forest reserve, comprising 34,000
acres in San Bernardino county, was
thrown open to public entry this
morninc. A rush occurred during tho
night of squatfersupoh the ' choicest
sections. Trouble Is feared. Tho land
office at Los Angeles, where places
have been held In line for two weeks,
also is crowded.
PLAGUE IN CALIFORNIA.
Quarantine to Be Established at
Dallas, Texas, April 1. Tho health
department was notified of a now out
break of bubonic plague In California.
Two deaths are reported In San Fran
cisco. Quarantine regulations will be
enforced at El Paso and other West
ern Texas towns.
Fine Dogs on Show.
Boston. Mass.. Anril l.The annual
bench show of the New England club
opened in 'Mechanics' Building today
and will continue throughout the
wfifik. Both as regards the numoer
and hich class of the dogs the exbibi
tinn poll uses those previously held by
the association. Especially notable
Is the display of collies, fox terriers,
st. Rpmards and Russian wolf
State Department Sends Warships,
Washington, April 1. iDisqu'Ieting
news was received by the state de
partment of the progress of the revo
lution in San Domingo, In order to
nrnteot American Interests there, the
navy departmtent today dispatched the
gunboat Mlachlas to San Domingo.
Convicted Councilman Appeals.
St. Louis, April 1. Councilman
Emll Meysenburg, convicted of brib
ery In connection with the traction
franchise, who was sentenced to three
years imprisonment, has appealed to
the supreme court.
New New York Commissioner.
Washington,- April .1, William Wil
liams, has been offered ana nas ac
cepted the appointment, as. commis
sioner of immigration at. the port of
Boers and English Still Fighting
While Surrender Is Considered Ar
ranging the Boer Meeting.
Pretoria, April 1. A meeting be
tween President Steyn, General Dola-
rey and President Schalkburger Is ex
pected to be arranged shortly, Dela
rey and Steyn having been located.
Botha may attend the conference.
It Is also reported that Command-
Golf at Ashcville.
Ashevllle, N. C, April 1. Golf en
thusiasts from tho north and bouUi
assembled 1 .ro today In largo num
bers to take part in the annual tour
nament of tho Swannanoa Countiy
club. The prizes to bo contested dur
ing tho week are the Battery Park
Cup, the Citizens' Cup, tho Manor
Cup and the Kennllworth Inn Cup.
Honolulu's Bishop Retires.
San Pranclsco, April 1. Mall ad
vices from Honolulu announced that
Rev. Alfred Willis, who has been
Bishop of Honolulu for thirty years,
THE BILL WILL PUSS
But the Protected Interests
Will Oppose It,
BEET SUGAR REPUBLICANS
PROPOSE TO FIGHT.
Not Ready to-Yield to the Cuban Re
ciprocity Program in the House
Washington April 1. Tho boot
sugar republicans in tho houso havo
decided to niako a fight ngalnst the
Cuban reciprocity bill on tho floor of
tho house, but will not endeavor to
amend tho bill. They will content
themselves by explaining their posi
tion and voting ngalnst tho bill.
Enough democrats arc ready to sup
port the mqnsuro to secure its pas
sago. The Danish Inquiry.
Washington, April 1. TIiq commit
tee appointed to investigate- tho
charges of bribery of congressmen In
connection with the sale of tho Dan
ish West Indies was taking testimony
this morning. The first witness was
Nells Gron, who brought tho alleged
translations of Captain Christmas' ro-
port to Representative Richardson.
Ho said niombcrs of tho Danish par
liament read to him the secret report
and that ho came to tho United States
In tho Interests of a person opposed
to the sale of tho islands. It was his
.intention to bring tho matter before
President Roosevelt so that the ap
propriation required to consummate
the sale could be stopped. Tho papers
wore taken to Secretary Hay, who
sent thorn back with tho word from
tho state department that It could
take no action. Tho administration
having refused to tnko up tho matter,
Gron was compelled to glvo tho story
to tho nowspapers. Ho oxplalnod
that ho requested Richardson to placa
tho matter before tho houso.
Anniversary of Pilgrims' Landing.
Baltlmoro, Md April 1. Many
speakers of note nro to bo hoard to
nleht nt the annual bnnnuot of tho
Maryland Pilgrims' Association. Tho
event Is In commomorntlon of tho
landing in 1G34 of tho Maryland pil
grims from (ho Ark and tho Dove at
St. Mary's City.
English Soldiers Killed.
London, April 1. Tho war ofllco to
day publishes a list of 49 killed and
45 wounded in a railway accident near
Barberton, EaBtern Transvaal, on
March 13. All the victims were Brit
Author of "Ben Bolt" Is Dead.
Newark, N. J April 1. Thomas
Dunn English, author of "Ben Bolt,"
died this morning.
in strength '
Improves the. flavor and adefs
to the healthftflness of the food
PHICC BAKING POWDER CO.,
Note. There are imitation baking powders sold cheap by
t, ,nvmy grocers. They are made from alum, a poison
' , bus drug, which renders the food injurious to health.
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