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PEmXLETON, UMATIIiXiA COUNTY, OREGON, TUESDAY, APKIL 8, 1902.
I ON R TOUR
FAMOUS BRITISH LORD DEAD
EARL KIMBERLY DIED
IN LONDON TODAY.
West Indian Exposi-
.He Arrived this Morn-
tompanied by a Party
Iriends-Day was Very
Chinese Exclusion Bill of Pa
cific Coast Authorship of
Which Mitchell, of Oregon,
fit Party Given a Cordial Re-
by the South Carolinians,
L Tillmans' Fellow Citizens
the Sights of Southern Cap!
L. s n. Anril 8. Hun-
E31U41, - - ,
people gathered arounu m
rin.i this morning and
aiiuii'n -; ,
iD nrrivnl of President
111V . . . .
lit and his party. An omciai
r, .ric pvtended by iviayor
t.ud a citizen's reception .-com-
and a cordial response was
.. Mm nrPHiripnt. The creater
the day, after the formalities
ome were over, was spent in
the site of the navy yard, the
, Hip harbor, the jetties and
liopoo nf Interest In and about
Public buildings and busi-
luscs throughout the city were
ua tn hnnnr of the visitors ana
hovn Hipvp was a continuous
finm the cfowd that .'lined
bwalks and filled the windows.
trains todav are 'Crowded to
Ennnitv with visitors who have
h the celebration of President's
it the exnosltion tomorrow.
Ill indications the crowd Will
largest ever entertained in
le of His Mother's People
a nieht of rain through "Vir--
Ind North Carolin,, morning
bright and balmy in the Pai
ttate. The first inhabitants of
ite to catch a glimpse of the
int were those of BranchVllie.
lesident appeared on the plat-
bat in time to say: "uooci
C when the train started on
Immerville, 22 miles from
ton. a committee from
Iton boarded the train. Hearty
greeted the nresident when he
pa and said: "This is tne
I mv mntiinr'c nnnnlA Sn It is
liar pleasure to be greeted by
Led the Liberal Forces in the House
of English Lords Created an Earl
London. Anril 8. Earl Klmberly,
llliprAl lender in the bouse of lords,
died today. He bad been seriously
111 for name time.
Lord Kimberlv was created an earl
in iRfifi and took always an active
Jntpfunt In the affairs of state, be
coming soon a recognized influence in
politics of the empire. He was at tne
hpml of the liberal forces in the Eng
lish Tiouse .of lords, and was a leader
nf force and brilliancy.
His name was John wodenouse,.
-,i v. -mna iho flret V.ari nf TClmher-
t 11 14 UC VI C4-0 - w I
ly. He was born January 7, 1826, be- says It Is In Violation of Existing
mg 74 years oia at tne ume m mo
BEET SUGAR BEATEN
On Cuban Reciprocity They
Tip Their Hand, and Dem
onstrate Their Weakness in
CONSIDERATION OF THE
MEASURE IN THE HOUSE.
iipnih. Wodehouse was lord Heuten
ant of Ireland from 1864 to 1866, his
first. Imnortant nublic Dosition. and
this, was followed by his Incumbency
sponsibility. He was colonial secre- Illinois, chairman oi tne loreign ie.u.
or-v fn TnrHn frnm 1RR2 tn 1RRK. and Utnnc nnnvmittoe. addressed the Sen
during 1886; lord president of the ate this afternoon in opposition to
councll-and secretary of state in 1892, the Chinese exclusion hill trained oy
Treaties, But Concedes Our Right
to Pass Laws Not Agreeing With
Conventions With Foreign Nations,
Washington, April 8. Cullom, of
and secretary of state for foreign af
fairs under Lord Roseberry in lay.
GREAT EVENTS TO BE.
th Paclc Coast senators and repre
sentatives. He gave an exhaustive
review of the treaties and legislation
on the subject, analyzed the pending
measure and pointed out wherein its
provisions were in violation of the
. .. - . , . - n.. 4 u IT..
the Philippine Islands
"Washington. April 8. General 'Mac
Arthur continued his testimony be
fore the senate Philippines commit
HTrit and letter of the treaties. He
said he personally favored the exclu
slon of Chinese in the ordinary mean
ing of the word and proper enforce-
miie .ruiuwiJiiieo 1.1,4444444..- -- - - . , , .
tee today. With regard to political meat pr tne P "3t.
l n 1 U i mi r in thn I 1 1 1 1 1 1 U 1 1 I. UUl.lV.lHi
. : , , . thp r t?ht of coneress under the con
islands, ne saiu ne uuu. uuuic w --o--
conclusion that the best type of re- stitutlon to pass law. cyenlng
publican institutions could be plant- ""-'ri . . , TiT Vt v
l t J . vilnnnit nmiim I n I 111 111 III: H 1.1 UUU v- Uwv
eu mere, anu, uuue iJiautcu, - - ii,a,.a ta
. ' ..-...-.i-.i tt i.i i ppnt nun cases, adding that there is
never oe erauicaieu. tuumuncu i ., r ., . !,.
the permanent occupation of the Pil- nothing in the Pent Btuatlon
Ippines by the .united states to. oe oi " ; --- -- -
naramount imnortance and essential sary to pass a law in disregard of the
. : j i , tt n,, trpatv with China. it. however,
to national ueveiuyuieuu -o ucic.- -----
ed we are instruments by .which great China .should decline , to enter Into
events are to be accomplished. ".T.. nBV.
Major Waller's Trial. , ,, iho nMPct nf Chinese
illg Li.lt 1 .I." w J
iunjor waiier icsLineu ttgaiu wu"j
immltrratinn It might choose.
Patterson, of Colorado, maue a
strong appeal for the passage of the
hill. He characterized umnamen as
'"White niggers." outcasts, interlop
in the court-martial which is trying
him for- executing natives in Samar.
His testimony was to rebut' that of
p.nnoral fimlth iIvpti vPRterdav. Wal-
UVU.AU. . O " w" , I Willi, t- lllKClO. W I.
ler testified that Smith ordered uim g degraded beings. Perkins,
1.111 .J 1 1 1 . .i nnil . tliot Vri wn t n , - i it. 1.111
mil uu uuiu, au-w uaiiiornia, iavoreu iue um
asked Smith, ."be said, to define the
age of limit for killing. Smith, he al
'Kill everything over 10."
Had a Demonstration Last Night in
Cork Another Tonight
rinrlf. Anril 8. The Bber demon
BLrutiuu. ucie iaoi jfb'", " Patterson, ot uoioraao, preseutuu a
ities iear, will be repeated tonight. petltlon from 319 American citizens
TJnfti f o of Innta 5i ro nrpnarlnir and seri- . . ... ninsinn .f
Protest and Support.
Washincton. Anril 8. The presi
fipnt nrn-tem laid before the senate
t.ifi mnrnintr a lenethv telegram of
protest against the pending Chinese
exclusion bill, signed Dy uiaus
Hnrppitips tt. n. Scott and a dozen
nthpr canitalists of San Francisco,
and characterized as a gross injustice
that provision of the measure ex
cluding Chinese merchants.
Patterson, of Colorado, presented a
MAY BEAT TRUST IN IOWA
THE HUBBARD RAILWAY
MERGER BILL PASSED.
Was the Occasion for the Test of
Strength Which Once More Showed
.That the Beet Sugar Argument Is
Second to Justice to the Islanders.
Washincton. Anril 8. Considera
tion of the ways and means bill for
Cuban fecinrocitv began In the house
this morning. The i-eet sugarmen at
once jumped Into the light, as soon
as "floor leader Payne made a motion
to go into committee of the whole
to consider the bill. The opposition's
motion came to naught, as they were
overruled and outvoted on every
Pavne opened the discussion. The
conditions in Cuba are such, the
speaker said, that it Is absolutely a
necessity to give the Cubans recipro
cal trade relations. He denied that
the 20 ner cent reduction on Cuban
sugar would injure the American beet
The Enallsh Cabinet Considers Peace
Londou, April 8. The cabinet met
this afternoon. It is reported the
ministers will discuss at length the
Soulh African situation. Rumors that
considerable progress toward peace
settlement have been made are per
Holland Sub-Marine Boat.
Washington. Anril 8. The house
committee on naval affairs today de
cided to recommend appropriations
for submarine boats of the Holland
But It Will Probably Be Vetoed by
the Governor Like Former Meas
ure. Des Moines, April 8. Tho Hubbard
railway merger bill, a companion of
the Molesberry bill, passed the house
today, having previously passed tho
senate. It is believed it will bo ve
toed by the governor as was tho
Molesberry. It authorized that lines
Incorporated in Iowa Bhould lease
any other line In tho United States,
1 1 . 1 . . . 1 !
I regurmess oi wneuiur Hiieu u uuu i-u-tera
tho state, and exercise all priv
ileges granted under the Iowa stat
utes to domestic lines. Tho measure
Is In the Interest of the Northern Se
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray & Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
New York, April 8. Tho wheat
market was firm today and shows
less tendency to follow corn of late.
Stocks In the country elevators are
low nrlces for good goods and tho
on tho lakes, the visible sunply will
decrease rapidly. New York opened
77 and closed 77ft. Chicago open
ed nkV4. and closed 77.
Closed yesterday, 77.
Opened today, 77.
Range today, 77ViS77.
Closed today, 77:H.
St. Paul, 1G8M:.
Union Pacific, lOlVi.
Wheat in Chicago.
Chicago, April 8. Wheat 71V6
Wheat In San Francisco.
Bullet Passes Close to Will
Lyons' Head in the Adjoin
ing Building-Then More
Shooting Was Done at
THE RECK LESSFI RING
Sari Francisco, April 8. Wheat-108107.
Rhodes' Funeral Tomorrow.
Buluwayo, April 8. The remains
of Cecil Rhodes arrived here today.
Demonstrations of sorrow are seen on
every hand. The body will bo burled
on Matoppo hills on Thursday.
Pernetual Motion Machine.
Charles Wondrles. of La&rango, 111.,
has a perpetual motion machine
which he Is planning to exploit at the
St. Louis exnosltion. Ho asserts that
it will run till It wears out without
stopping. The power Is derived from
a draught obtained through a hall
stack or chimney. He proposes to
erect a stack- 1050 foot high nnd 200
feet at tho base. With it he says ho
can generate' nO-horso power, enough
to furnish lights for the stack. The
cost would bo $500,000, and ho sayB
ho has a stock company In formation
to furnl3h the money.
No Arrests Have Been Made and no
Complaints Have Been Made
Rothrock Had Business nnd Domes,
tic Troubles That Had Turned His
Head and Made Him Careless.
Considerable excitement wan caus
ed nbout 7:30 this morning In tho
"Ilcrniltngo" saloon by Andy Roth
rock pulling a six-shooter nnd delib
erately firing It Into tho wall. Nor
was tho excitement confined to tho
saloon, but Will Lyons, assistant In
tho W. & C. R. ticket office, had oc
casion to feci a '"bit queer," as ho
expressed it. Tho "llerniltngo" sa
loon Is next doov In tho samo build
ing with tho ticket oftleo, on tho cor
ner of Webb and Main streets, with
only a par.illon of laths and plaster
between. Lvons had opened up tho
ofllco nnd was building a lire, when
tho shot was fired. Tho ban wont
through tho wnll nml stru- k tho side
of tho telephone, which was on tho
opposite side of tho wall from tho Ba
loon, splintered a piece oft' It nnd
then fell to tho floor. Lyons was al
most In range of tho shot and had
tho telephone not been In tho wny
the ball would not havo missed his
head vory far.
Some Domestic Troubles,
Itothrock has been having sonio
domestic troublo lately nnd last night
ran his wife nway from homo. Add
ed to tho domestic troublo, ho was
recontly "tnkon In " by a "smooth
(Concluded on pago 5.)
Both factions are preparing and seri
ous trouble is anticipated
THEY HAD DOPE:
fen Francisco Men With Contra
IFranclspn Anril R 3nsn(p!nnK
iiiunce were aroused this mora
ine actions of two men on a
car conveying three covered
5 Snlaslioil ivItVi niiwl Tliov
1 V. II . I. .1 lilllUl J.
found to contain opium to the
pf $25,000. The men gave their
I as Joseph Murphy and John
and are thought to be members
I organized gang of smugglers
Bill? r Vtniicll.al. tl.n nnni vmnv
-i imiivij HJU JJUOU JflSOA.
(fleers making the arrest re-
Min tut value of the contraband
Harvard Opens Ball Season.
Cambridge, Mass., April 8. The
Harvard baseball nine lined up
niMiinst the team of Trinity college
"O - I
tins aiternouu iur mo ujjcluub same Governor
f 1 1. - .. T 11. n o n .1 In tlia
OI lllc BCUBUII. 1U mo t6! 111
few practice games that have been
played the Harvard team has shown
of Honolulu, praying the .exclusion of
Chinese and Japanese laborers from
the United States or any of its possessions.
GEER A CANDIDATE.
Extend Western Railway.
praa, Wash.. Anhn r it ta nr.
i annnmipprl v.s. iiiiiUi.
..vw.. I.44H1, L11C UCUIlllfc-
av A- T)Hll, ni t., ii
I - "iuidu vjuiuiiiuih. ranroau
i-uuiiiy, across the Cascade
ains to the Methow and Chan-
W.llllC rllKtrlnta an, .1 ...
t v. .v.. .j. hid iuau iiu y
terminals at Bellingham
8. lumber, shingles, besides
Li"?, trance to Bellingham
Ml Infi Pnnn.llnn T in- mi.
01 eXiOtloInn 111 . . . . .
nu when completed the road
tnn VL UL iuriuinB larger
crn T4tllan any other north-
k.i i.'n. 1 . Panned to extend
r 1 ulmately to Spokane.
Pnillppine Bill T
K . . " ' ' I VIIIUI I U W.
PWngton. Ai.rii od v..
Mouse committee on .Insular af-
f "e Civil gOVfirntripn .....
I borrow s ,hm ""l
FUee for ""Vi.".u iao I""
PU win vuua,uera"on. Tho
hre. ,c,u a minority
Will Be in the
Portland. April 8. The Oregonlan
up well and the outlook is regarded Salem correspondent says:
as bright for a winning nine. The Governor Geer's probable Candida
season's schedule provides for games cy for the United States senate will
to the number of twenty-seven, three soon bo the chief topic for discussion
more than last year. Among tie up'"""'" '""'i'"; " :
nromlnent clubs to be met are those already a subject for considerable
1. a i TOn4 rinf T3nnci.i. talk n this citv. When seen, uovenior
Ol AUllttJlUUB, VPOt J. 1144 4., i V41UOJ I" " , . . . -
vania, Lehigh, Cornell, Princeton and Geer declined to be interviewed on
Yale. e suujbuu.
Last septemuer ueer b uiiijuuuul.-
Pilgrims Off for Rome. Became quite active in their opposi-
. a I.' 1 - .nnnMnnllnn oni t CPnm.
. it . i a 11 o mi. i Tinn in ins muuuiiuaLiuii v
ed by Bishop McDonnell of Brooklyn " " "f nm
sailed from this city today, ...Besides nor Geer told rtWP
the fact that this is the jubilee year " Ion
of Leo's pontificate the number 01 " ,7,n in
7. . A. 1- 1 ii. .. ho would no before the people for In-
pilgrims tins year ia luigei luuu ub- --- tt-Uo a otno oonntnr
ual and Includes about fifty priests dorsement for United States senator,
in addition to a number of prominent As the agitation against Geer died
aymen. After spending ten days In out, nothing more was heard on the
the Eternal City the party will make senatorial matter, but the-con
. .; 11.. 1.1 1. vontinn was held Governor ueers
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franAa hnvfi been urrfng him to be'
come a candidate to succeed benator
.j 1 t- 1 Rimnn. That he will enter tne sena
ncy iho uiBuiaiibc. - - . , , . u
vi t7.j.j -i7Tn u ic inonrAi torlal raco is believed by local repub-
for about $3,750,000, while the Prince ncan womeia wuu
nf W1pb Ih ftontented with SZ.500.000. iiucai iuovoiuuuid.
m 1 1 n . 4 CAA AAA nnrt
hi oiAcat iinnahtor ha fjrnnH Dunh. Jonn Yost Register.
ess Olga, for $ 2,600.000, while the Washington, April 8. The senate
czarina's policy amounts to $1,200,000. today confirmed the nomination of
The most heavily insured monarch John Yost, to be register of the Couer
was the late King Humbert, wnose oe Aiene iana omce.
life was valued by himself at $7,600,
000 nn Hint tho many Insurance com
panies among whicn tne hskb were
divided were very hard hit by nis as
nnlnnttnn. The -German emperor't
insurance ajso runs Juto Beven fig- nlor squadron
ures, Asiatic station.
Admiral Evans Sails.
San Francisco, April 8. Rear Ad-
mirni Tt. D. Evans sails for Hong
emperor's Kong today to report for duty as se-
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