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PE!NDLET025T, UMATILLA COUNTY, OKEGOX, 1T1UDAT, APRIL 25, 1902.
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But It Is Expected Tnar,
, Reduced State Chairman
.,. uiws as to Democrats
,w at EiiKene, Lane
T8 a report nas gone uui
r':.,tv tn the effect that
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candidate for governor wui
it nf thp votes In the
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it the June election, iiere u
. -1.J l.nt tVlP
is safely republican, ana. many
. n!ttnti r I'tinW HlP RP.n-
e IS a uuamui. "
Of the voters of the county
that the republican majority
as high as 400. This Is not
oicnnniiifi est mate when the
nf thp last two elections is
Into consideration. Republicans
I.L ...111 -rtnnUtn n TTMfi 4 tl
rmsu win icitc i
ite on the ticket. Mr. Cham-
hut the feelinc of most of
is mat wuuu luiuo i-w
111 IliUH ULLC1 LUO IttkUlbOVU
inena more iiiuu uuuiutsi, uu
shin nrp at stake.
In Marian County.
il iui liicii i tn i it'iLi.i v ti in . rv r: i.n .
and local leaders are actively
im: nrRr run momnoro rtr rnmi
11 a L IVfH V III I M llliril II T 1 11 Ulll.
we liiciuuL'ifa ui Tne niiiinHite
iiu uie uenuveu to uo SUI11C
disgruntled to be easy victims
zeaimiK wnrl.-pr fir nnnrco
was disappointment at some of
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Stirring Ud Veterans.
ennrt tin. i j-
Mo ubou uiuue to eniist
iuuiuu war vfliflranR
,. , """w ul senator ivuyKen-
wne County. Durlnc the last
-- veterans or Oregon.
that IS0.MO -Ifr. DU"'000'
? hi the buckfit nnmnoo
rat demands. In Ihbh
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-rocu uie mil and It wnn
Warlie NlrL.lr. r. .
record for Trnv nTaTtrH
n ii " xavuiuiu y i "
W .r?Bl whether any
'fi h fil1 with 1878,
Tr . .-v ii in mrrv a a n
tarSSUnS one. He was a del-
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i j ' villi i n mnaw
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k..T ul Known how tn nlow
-Wnlorltv In n.
. r"Kon In in onA -.
la Vi' uj oennu
that the republican ticket will he
elected, hy majorities ranging from
Knflu to 12.000. Some of Mir. Simon's
friends and followers will try to beat
the regular ticket, or portions of It,
especially In Multnomah, but proba
Mv their streneth for this nurnose is
being considerably overestimated. As
election day approaches, most repub
licans will remember that they are
sjo, and "vote the republican ticket.
. nf ThPTB In a sufficient "bolt" to
make the situation more interesting
than usual. Portland Telegram.
Colonel White's View.
Colonel Sam White tells the Port
land Journal: "Baker county will
give to Colonel Butcher the largest
vote that any man ever received in
that county for any office. I find that
organized and are actively at work.
The Young Mten's Club are making ex
tensive preparations for a grand re
ception to Mr. Chamberlain Friday
night when there will be a great
torch-light procession and mass meet
ing. "This . club is one of the best or
ganized hodles that was ever in ex
istence in that part of the state, and
Is doing very effective work.
"The claim has often been made
that the democratic party has been
inainir Itn vnunc men for Years nast.
This is certainly not the case ln
Eastern Oregon, where I have been,
for the young men are taking a more
active interest than I ever hefore wit-
"Furnish and his methods are well
known in Eastern Oregon and are
vigorously condemned hy the rank
and file of the republican party. The
republican voters propose to show
this condemnation at the noils.
"In Umatilla county, the strong
personality of Colonel J. H. Raley,
the candidate for attorney-general,
will add great strength to the ticket.
He is well known in the section east
of the mountains, and in fact all over
tho state, and his record as a citizen
and as a lawyer creates enthusiasm."
John Lathrop Talks.
.Thhn E. Lathron. disseminator of
information at the democratic state
headquarters, tells the Portland Tel
egram that flattering reports had been
received, and from, an authoritative
source it was learned that the repub
licans are devoting an or tneir mnu
ennn toward pip.ntlnir W. J. Furnish
governor, and Thomas H. Tongue and
J. N. Williamson congressmen. Air.
Lathrop further says that reports
from Clatsop county are to the effect
that there are enough dissatisfied re
publicans to overcome the republican
mainritv there of GOO or ?00. Favora
ble renorts are comlne in from the
valley counties, it is also assured.
From Eastern OreKon. says L,atn
rnn thp fJaims are made that Cham
berlain and Butcher will carry more
than the democratic party vote ln
Wasco and other republican counties,
and that, because they live in that
section of the state, J. H. Raley and
Henry Blackman will draw strongly
from the opposition strength.
A Yonnrr Men's Renubllcan Club, to
take in members of that party who
are under 35 vears old. is to be or-
canlzfid In Portland this eveninff.
Petitions are in circulation in
filnnknmnR. Yamhill and several other
counties to place the name of Gover
nor Geer on the republican ticket as
a candidate for United States senator.
RnRphnrfr Rpvlew: It is altoeether
probable that Judge Fullerton would
have secured a delegation from this
county iavoranie to nia nommuiiou
for governor, hut for proxy purchas
ing. A mainritv nf the delegates to
the republican county convention
were no doubt for him, but the new
scheme of buying proxies interfered
in this plan.
Rpnatnrn AlllHnn. Hoar. Halp and
McComas recently called on the pres
ident ana urged mm not to promul
gate the 'contemplated order placing
General Miles on the retired list The
president responded by sayfng he
would not disturb General Miles ror
IN THE PHILIPPINES
General War is Threatened on
the Island .of Mindanao
With Datto and Others.
CHAFFEC SAYS HE WILL TRY
TO PREVENT IT.
HAiu ." out there U
"Tmimi reason ir, d
The Steamship Combination
Swallows Up the White Star
Line by Purchase,
FINANCIERING UNITED STEEL
Sultan of Canasl Plays the Spider,
But the Americans Refuse to Be the
Flies Chaffee Tells War Depart
ment of His Plans.
Washington. Anril 25. The follow
ing cable from General Chaffee was
made public this morning: Manila,
April -24. Before Colonel Baldwin
could be communicated with, ho had
taken the fort at Pulas, Mindanao,
after a slirrht resistance. He had no
casualties. Very soon afterwards the
town of Canasl nostod a white flag,
Datto and others, with a strong fol
lowing, asked permission to can ana
make neace. The sultan of Canasl
has asked Colonel Baldwin to come to
his camo. I have instructed Baldwin
nnt tn mnvp. It. is our nurnose to
sTiow considerable force of troops at
Lake Moros to converse witn uatto,
and then retire troops hy different
trails. Thereafter I will send expedi
tions occasionally to the lake. Every
effort will he made to prevent a gen
eral war. General Davis says the sit
uation at this time is very favorable.
Trial of General Smith.
Manila, April 25. The trial of Gen
eral Smith, commanding troops in Sa
mar, for ordering Major Waller to
kill natives without a trial, began to
day before a board of officers of the
highest rank in the Philippines. Gen
eral Smith pleaded not guilty. Colo
nel Woodruff, for the accused, fore
stalled the prosecution by admitting
that the majority of the accusations
were true. His client did not desire
any prisoners and had ordered Major
Waller to kill the natives and burn
their houses. The age limit was made
at 10, because many boys carried
arms against the Americans. Lieu
tenants Porter and Day testified.
Major Waller will be on the stand tomorrow.
That Company Will Issue Stock and
Gold 'Bonds to "Meet Present Obli
gations and to Make Improvements
In the Plants.
T.lvprtmnl. Anrll 25. Tho report is
circulated hero this afternoon that
the White Star line, the only one not
in the new Atlantic shipping comome,
has been sold outright to J. i'. mot
can. According to the report, Mor
gan is paying 10,000 for each 1000
share of the company. The lormai
transfer, the report says, will occur
when the present agreement between
the White Star line and the British
The United Steel Corporation.
New York, April 25. Stockholders
of -the United States Steel corporation
received a circular from jpresiuont
Schwab, giving the details of the pro
posed plan for readjusting its capital
ization. It I&- estimated iy tne exec
utive committee that by the expendi
ture of about $25,000,000 for improve
is (t will pffect. a savins: In man
ufacture of $10,000,000 annually and
increase the output, adding $iu,uuu,
000 to $15,000,000 to the yearly profit.
To provide for this expenditure and
$25,000,000 of obligations outstanding'
it is proposed to sell ?&u,uuu,uuu worm
of stock, or 5 per cent gold mortgage
NEW YORK MARKET.
Reported by I. L. Ray A Co., Pendle
ton, Chicago Board of Trade and
New York Stock Exchange Brokers.
Now York. Anril 25. There wnB
further liquidation In wheat today,
which carried prices lvl cents under
last night. Now York dpenod 81 8
and closed 80. Chicago oponed
75 and closod 75Vi. Corn was also
down a cont. Reports of rains, whoro
needed, caused holders, to lot go.
Opened today, 81 .
Range today, 80 US? 81 "ft.
Closed today, 80.
St, Paul. 170.
Union Pacific, 105.
Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, April 25. Wheat 74-"J4fi?
74 c per bushel.
Wheat In San Francisco.
San Francisco, April 25. Wheat
$1.10-7iO)1.10 per cental.
Wheat In Portland.
Portland, April 25. Wheat C40
C6c per bushel.
Wheat In Tacoma.
THE BEEF COMBINE
Department of Justice of the
Government to Take Action:
Against the Packers,
TRY TO PROVE VIOLLATION
OF ANTI-TRUST LAW.
Tacoma, April 25. "Vheat G5c por
BREEZY SPEECH IN CONGRESS
CARMACK, OF TENNESSEE,
SPEAKS ON PHILIPPINES.
LIVING GOES HIGHER.
Further Increase In the Price of Meat
nhloaero. Anrll 25. Mutton and nork
have advanced and a further Increase
in the price of all .meats is expected
tomorrow. On account or unusuai
consumption of potatoes and beans.
dun in nViatpnpnop from meat, those
articles are advancing in prices, pota
toes jumping to a cents a pouna to-day.
' They now cost 1.10 by the
Site for Lewis and Clark.
Portland, April 2i. The directors
of the Lewis asd Clark exposition
took up the matter of locating a site
this .afternoon. No .decision will be
reached for several weeks.
He Bitterly Opposes the Admlnlstra-'
tion's Policy in the Philippines and
Arraigns Roosevelt for Treasonable
Washington, April 25. Carmack,
of Tennessee, a member of the sen
ntp Phlllnninps committee, in discuss
ing the Philippine civil government
bill in the senate today, mtteriy op-
nnspd the administrations noiicy:
said thp bill was like the Phlllnnlne
tariff bill, simply presented one as
pect of imperialism; held it was not
a question only of framing just laws
for thp PhillnDines. but a Question of
the right to make any laws whatever
for the Filipinos: The claim or re
mihlicans Is that they have burned
enough towns, wasted enough of the
counrty, lulled enough of the people
tn make eood their right to the land
as ours, because we have strewed it
with ashes of Its homes and drenched
it with the blood of its people. Car
mack auoted the utterances of Roose
velt, charging that these "treasona
hip" utterances had incited the Fill
pinos to insurrection, and said one
ahnnlri not luriee the resident, in his
moments of oratorical ferocity, when
the frenzy or battle was m ms diooo.
He said Roosevelt had habitually
Rnnken of the Fllininos as "savages"
and barbarians, which inflamed the
npnnlp against the United States. He
.described Funston as a"Jayhawker
brleadler " from tne winasweni plains
as the mightiest Sampson that ever
wlelddd the jaw bone or an ass as a
weapon of war.
Dallas, April 24. The feature of
today's session of the confederate
reunion parade, was fifteen thousand
veterans in line, with General John
B. Gordon at the head of the column,
nthnr noted confederates were in
Will Represent the Oregon Federation
of Women's Clubs at the National
Federation at Los Angeles.
Portland. ADril 25. Mrs. A. S .Dun-
iway, Mrs. A. Dalton, of Portland;
Mvr H. fi. Guernsey and Mrs. C .B.
Wade, of Pendleton, and Mrs. T. T.
Geer, of Salem, today wore eiecteu
delegate by the Oregon moderation
nf Wnmen'R Clubs in session in this
city, to attend the bl-enulal session of
the National Federation, wmcn mceiB
at Los Angeles, May 1.
AN INSPIRING SCENE.
SILK WORKERS ARE OUT
THREAT OF MOB VIOLENCE
SHUTS UP DYE WORKS
PENDLETON WOMEN HONORED
MESDAMES WADE AND GUERN
SEY ELECTED DELEGATES.
The Workers Affected Number 4,500
and the Sik Mills May Have to
..Close Throwing More Thousands
out of Work.
Paterson, N. J., April 24. Throat
nh vtnlnnr.n caused tho own
ers of the silk dyo works hero to cIobq
down today, thus tying up tho indus
try. Tho number of men out is iuuu
No sign of peace Is ln sight and It Is
feared that other departments of tho
silk millB will ho affected by tho tlo
Smallppx at The Dalles.
Tho Dalles, April 24. Small pox
Is raging hero. Thcro aro sovoral
cases already. Tho authorities aro
taking stringent action.
District Attorney United States In
Chicago Issues a Call for Any Evi
dence That Any Person May Have
Against the Trust or Meat Com
bine. Chicago, April 25. Preliminary
stops have been tnkon to proparo
cases against tho meat packers, and
when Special Attorney Day arrives
from Washington, the actual work of
nronarluK a bill will bo begun. It Is
announced today that tho govern
ment's Investigation, which will bo
conducted entirely In Chicago, will bo
iintlmial ln econo. Attornov Day.
bringing with him frultsxof months of
work by attorneys in tho various
parts of tho United Statos, from Now
York to San Francisco, on which ovl-
denco It Is expected tho packers can
bo convicted of organizing nnd oper
ating a trust. Tho district attorney's
office ln tills city haB Issued a call
for any ovldonco that any person may
havo to tho effect of tho packorB act
ing ln violation of tho Hhormnn anti
Three Men Found Dead. .
Now York, April 25. Throo mon
wore round dead ln Potoraon's hotol
at Coney Island this morning. Ono
vas Idontlfiod bh "Frank Miller, tho
othorB holng unknown. Gas was pour
ing from n Jot. It Is bollovod it was
accidentally turned on booro tho men
Repeal Tariff on .Meats.
WaRhlnerton. ADril 25. Sims, of
Tennessee, today Introduced ln the
house a resolution to repeal the tar
iff duties on pork, mutton and veal.
Twenty Thousand Pilgrims Received
U.. .Un Dnna -if Qf Pltrl-'f3.
' Rome, April !24, St. Petor's today
was the scene or an inspiring event.
Twenty thousand pilgrims gathered
here and were received uy tne pope.
There was an enthusiastic greeting.
Thp nnnp answered the address of
felicitation and spoke with emotion In
a strong voice. "These manifesta
tions," ho said, "aro consoling at
this time when the church is so per
Prices of Meats.
r.hlcntro. Anril 24. Prices of
dressed beef remained unchanged to
day. Ham and bacon alvanced one
fourth to one-half of a. cent. Fresh
pork fell one cent. Further advance
In beef is not anticipated, as suppiy
of cattle is increasing.
Women's Club Federation.
Portland, April 24. The Oregon
Federation of Women's ClubB is in
annual session here. The meet
ing was opened by the president, Mrs.
C. B. Wade. Tho delegates were
welcomed by Mrs. Marquam.
Columbia Is Rising...
Portland, April 24. The Columbia
river is rising rapidly, being already
ten feet above low water. If the warm
weather continues, floods will follow
the melting of the snow in the moun
tains. The Strike Is Ended.
Portland, April 24. Leatherwork
ers strike in this city is ended. Tho
men are going back to work today.
&n PTPPntlnir ono firm agreed to the
new schedule of prices.
Woden Mill Strikers.
Oregon City, April 24.-fTho Wool
en mill hands are still out. Negotia
tions to end tho strike proved un
availing. The 400 .employes say they
will not iive in.
FOR a third of a century the in
valuable qualities of Dr. Price's
Baking Powder have been familiar
to American housewives, whd have
found its use invariably a guarantee
of light, sweet, pure and wholesome
The 'renown of Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder, in these
closing years of the nineteenth
century, is not only continental but
world-wide. Its unequalled quali
ties are known and appreciated
Always makes the perfect biscuit,
cake and bread.
MICK BAKING POWDC3 CO.,
Notk. ltat:ine twit;r made lrim lum and plhr
lmiiji.caui.lii; acnl tirc'lowtr liice, but
iufoi uu iiiyorkuJ lujunou to lie stomach,.