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DISPERSING THE FLEET.
Dewey's Ships Have Finished Work
And Are Coming Home.
New York Jan. 9. According to
the Kerala's correspondent at Cule-
bra Island, Admiral Dewey, having
decided that the purpose of the con
centration of the warship has been
accomplished, has issued orders that
the squadrons disperse to their for
mer stations. Admiral Dewey and his
staff, on the Mayflower and the Dol
phin sailed Thursday for Washing
ton. The cruiser Albany has sailed
for Boston, whore she will be re
sheathed, and the cruisers San Fran
cisco and Nashvirie have left for Nor
iolk to undergo repairs. Rear Ad
miral Sumner has transferred his flag
to the cruiser Newark and will return
to the South Atlantic station. The
torpedo flotilla has sailed north and
the Prairie will start today with pa
tients who became III during the maneuvers.
Today is the 25th Anniversary of the
Death of King Emanuel.
Rome, Jan'. 9. Today being the
twenty-fifth anniversary of the death
of King Emanuel, thousands gathered
in Rome from the provinces and made
a procession to the tomb at the Pan-
thenon. That the government might
rot have greater honor than the
church the Vatican is putting forth
the greatest efforts to have a. demon
stration of the twenty-fifth anlversary
of the coronation of Pope l Leo, that
will far outrival today's, demonstra
SEVERAL IMPORTANT BILLS
CONSIDERED IN CONGRESS
House Judiciary Committee Reports Favorably the Litllefield
, Great Discovery of Iron Ore.
New York, Jan. 9. It is announced
from Sault Ste. Marie that an iron
ore range, with 180,000,000 tons of
ore in sight, has been discovered, and
that a number of New York capital
ists are interested in developing the
denoBlt One of these capitalists ac
knowledged that he was, interested
in the matter, and said the discovery
was made a year ago, but ho .-declined
to state the exact location of the
Washington, Jan. 9. In the house.
Hull, of Iowa, presented the army ap
propriation. and gave notice that it
would bo called Monday. Henry a
democrat of Texas, has been appoint
ed by the speaker on the place of
the judiciary committee, vacated by
Lanham, who becomes the governor
The committee on naval affairs to
day refused to report the bill retiring
Hobson. The president had joined In
making the retirement request Hob
con is said to aspire to a scat in
Congress from the Alabama district
now represented by Bunkhead. Be
cause of this fact a number of demo
crats on the committee voted againt
the retiring bill.
The judiciary committee today vot
ed to report favorably the Llttlefteld
bill based upon the recommendations
of Attorney-General Knox, providing
fo rthe expediting of civil suits under
the Sherman anti-trust law.
The cabinet had a two-hour session
today and trust legislation was the
main subject of discussion.
DISPLACES CLASS BLOWERS
GLASS MAKING. AND FLATTEN
ING MACHINES A SUCCESS
the Penitentiary for
M o Be Innorent.
0:, Jan. 9. Mrs. Etta
Sw. the first woman
rctrf of sdultery in Oregon.
Ctriaei from the peni-
GoTernor Geor, after
of her terra. She main-
fejtt Several Thnilaanrl
fftra Western Union.
1b. '9Clarence Jteln.
withy pa'ents In New
arrested here for
uuis irom me vvesi-
i accomplice, Andrew
In New Orleans.
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raised money orders,
Bttss. They are sain
Glassworker Makes Some Important
Discoveries Disguised, He Enters
' American Window Glass Factory,
Mimcie', Ind., Jan. 9. A glass work
er has returned from Alexandria, Ind.,
where he entered the works of the
American Window Glass Company
He made several important dis
coveries and reports that the com
pany Is using glass making and flat
tening machines successfully and that
the product is already belnp snipped.
The plant is completely surround
ed by a high board fence and guards
are stationed at all entrances to ore-
vent outsiders from entering. The
report caused consternation among
the glass workers as the machine
does away with skilled workmen entirely.
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For Vanderbilt -Wedding.
New York, Jan. 9, Mrs. Vanderbilt
and Miss Gladys vanderbilt are ex
pected to arrive home from Europe
tomorrow. The date of the wedding
of Reginald Vauderbilt aud Miss
Nellson is to be determined on the
arival of the mother. It is understood
that an early date will be set and
that it will be a house wedding, tak-
ink place In the residence of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Nellson, in Fifti
avenue, owing to the bride being a
Roman Catholic and the bridegroom
of a different religion, and that Arch
bishop Farley will perform the ceremony.
Southern Education Work.
New York, Jan. 9. Friends of
Southern educational work will hear
borne gratifying facts and figures pre
sented at the meeting of the Southern
Educational Board to be held lu Car
i.egie Hall tonight under the auspices
of the Armstrong Association, of Nov.
iork. Tho chief speakers will bo
President Charles W. Dabney, of the
University of Tennessee, President
Fdwin A. Alderman, of Tulane Uni
versity, p.nd President Charles IC. Mc
Iver, of the North Carolina Normal
Great Jubilation Among Newspaper
Men Who Dislike Him.
Washington, Jan. 9. President
RooBevelt has directed the state de
partment to notify Germany that he
is personally pleased with Sternberg's
appointment to Washington.
It is learned today that Hollenben
failed to pay hl3 respects to either
the president or the state department
before leaving, which makes It, almost
certain that he has been definitely
There Is a great jubilation among
the newspaper fraternity, among
whom Hollenben enjoyed the distinc
tion of being the most 'unpopular man
In Washington. He Is brusk, ilbred
and bureaucratic. Mgr. Filconlo was
presented at the White House this
afternoon by the secretary of the
apostolic delegate. Roosevelt chatted
with him informally for nearly an
AGAINST CUBAN TREATY.
Senators From Texas and Alabama
Joint the Opposition.
Senator Foster, of Louisiana, has
been convasslng the senators for
votes against the Cuban reciprocity,
and has secured the promises of tho
Texas and Alabama senators to join
him and his colleagues. This makes
eight democratic votes in opposition.
The meeting of the senate foreign re
lations comnfltteo was to meet today
to consider this question, but it has
been postponed until iuondny. The
California senators are- expected to
Join with the sugar senators.
Gold Standard for Filipinos.
The bill establishing the gold stand
ard In the Philippines was approved
by the committee on Insular affairs
Quotation Furnished by tho Coe
Commission Company I, C. Major
Local Manager, Room 4, Associa
tion Block. .
Chicago, Jan. 9.
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Wheat In Chicago.
Chicago, Jan. 9. Wheat
cents per bushel.
HUNTER MURDER CASE.
If Trial Was Held In Guatemala it
Was a Secret One.
New York, Jau. 9.- Replying to nn
inquiry regarding the reports circulat
ed In the United States that W. G.
Hunter, Jr., has been tried and acquit
ted of the murder of Fitzgerald, a
press correspondent cabled as follows:
"Guatemala, Jan. S. If there has
been a trial It was a secret one. All
FOUR MINERS KILLED.
Result of a Premature Blast In an Al
Birmingham. 'Ala., Jan. 9. Four
miners In the Short Creek mine worn
killed In a premature blast this fore
Roosevelt Requosts That No
Apostle Be Sent to the Sen
ate From Utah,
"WOULD WORK HARM
TO REPUBLICAN PARTY
Senator Kerns Sends a Special Mes
sage to Salt Lake and Quotes the
President as Much Opposed to the
Election of a Mormon Senator.
Salt Iake, Jan, 9. A Washington,
special quotes Senator Kearns as fol
lows: "President Roosevelt requests mo
to state that he hoped no Mormon
would bo elected to the senate to sue
seed Rawlins. Such nn election would
work great harm to the stato and to
tho republican parly. It would lead
to bitterness nnd strife
"I deslro to placo myself on lecord
ns kindly but firmly advising against
tho election of nny apostle to tho
United States senate."
New York, Jan. 9. The circuit
court this morning gave a verdict of
$36,000 damages for James Duke
against the Morning Journal for the
publication of a defamatory article.
DURBAN ON TRUSTS.
Suggestions of Governor of Indiana
to the Legislature.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 9. The six
ty-third regular session of the gener
al assembly of Indiana convened yes
terday. Governor Durbln, In his mes
sage, had the following to say con
"I most earnestly recommend that
without prejudice and the exercise of
conservative Judgment such legisla
tion as may be necessary shall be
enacted that will guard the welfare of
the people of Indiana against any con
tingency of wrong asociated with
modern methods of compensation and
combination in forwarding the ex
panding volume of business that is
Increasing with the growth of' this
Pomona Badly Damaged In San
Francisco Bay Unusually Heavy
San Francisco, Jan. 9. The Pacific
Coast Steamship Pomona collided in
the fog with the United States gun
boat Marblebead. It ran across the
Marblehead's ram and was badly dam
aged. The fog on the bay is the
heaviest in years.
Memorial to Founders.
Philadelphia, Jan. 9. The Society
of Colonial Wars, which was organiz
ed in the province of Pennsylvania in
3147. some time ago directed a tablet
to be prepared to commemorate the
services of the assoclators to be pre
sented by J:he society to the city of
Philadelphia, and placed in Independ
ence Hall. Today the tablet was
formally unveiled in the presence of
city officials and distinguished repre
sentatives of the patriotic societies
of Pennsylvania. The presentation
speech was made by the governor of
the society, Dr. Edward Shippen, and
the address accepting the tablet on
behalf of the city, by Mayor Ash-
RIOT IN SPAIN.
Striking Carmen at Barcelona In Se
rious Clash With Police.
Barcelona, Jan: 9. The carmen
etrikc for higher wages is resulting
in serious collisions with the police,
Revolvers were used In the streets
Wednesday. Strikers threw petrole
um on the premises of the Northern
railroad with the intention of setting
fire to them, and hidden bombs were
discovered near the city, leading to
the belief that dynamiting was Intend
The police have been largely rein
forced and special orders have been
issued for the civil guard to be in
CHAMBERLAIN REPORTED SHOT
RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD.
But His Money Cannot Keep Him
From Being Stricken With Apoplexy.
London, Jan. 9. A message this
afternoon says that Belt has been
stricken down with apoplexy. He Is
reputed by afternoon papers to be
the richest individual In the world,
and is rated at more than a billion
aire. Personally he controls all the
gold and diamond mines of South
Africa in addition to other holdings
the world over. He is 47 years old.
To Marry 8lr Liang Chen.
Paris, -Jan. 9. Lady Yu, the Ameri
can wlfo of the Chinese Ambassador
to France, left PariS today to sail for
China, accompanied by her youngest
daughter. Tho latter is engaged to
marry Sir Liang Chen, the new Chi
nese minister to tho United States,
and It is understood that tho return
to China is for the purpose of com
pletlng the necessary arrangements
for tho wedding. No date has yet
beeu announced for the' marriage, but
it is understood that it will take
place early In the spring.
Figure Skating Championships.
Amsterdam, Jan. ,9. The European
figure skating championships opened
horq today under the auspices of the
International Skating Union. The
contestants Include several score of
the ' best fancy skaters of England,
Switzerland, Franco, Austria, Hol
land, Denmark and Sweden.
SL Louis, Mol. Jan. 9: At a meet
ng hero tomorrow of' the hickory ax
handle manufacturers of the country
a permanent organization will bo per
fected for the purpose of maintaining
a uniform price list It is expected
in iU membership about 90 per cent
of the hickory ax-handle manufac
turers of the United States.
Metal Plant Destroyed.
Chicago, Jan. 9. The plant of the
Federal Sheet Metal Manufacturing
Company, of South Chicago, was de
stroyed by fire this forenoon. The
loss will amount to $150,000.
Y. M. C. A. Conference.
Delaware, O., Jan. 9. The college
department of the state executlvo
committee of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association, began a missionary
institute today at Ohio Wesleyan Uni
versity. The Institute will bo In ses
sion through the remainder of the
week and among the distinguished
participants will bo President Emory
W. Hunt, of Granville; President W,
O. Thompson, of Ohio State Univer
sity; J. B. Wildman, of Oxford Col
lege, and President J. W. Basliford,
of Ohio Wesleyan University.
A raindrop ono-twenty-flfth of an
inch in diameter, can not fall at any
greater speed than 13 feet in a sec
ond. Raindrops rarely exceed one-
eighth of an inch in diameter.
Unconfirmed Report From London
That the English Secretary Had
Been Shot at In Africa.
New York, Jan. 9. A London spec
ial sent out by the Stock Exchange
ticker says that securities have been
unfavorably affected on tlm markets
by the unconfirmed report that Cham
berlain had been shot at in South Af
rica. Official circles say that they
have no news of such an attempt.
Cablegram Referred to Belt.
The colonial office at London, be
lieved the Cape Town report recolv
ed this morning of Alfred Beit's ill
cess gave rise to tho atory of tho
The cablegram referred to is that
Captain Jamlcson is hurrying by post
to Johannesburg, summoned to tho
bedside of Alfred Bolt, the famous
millionaire, who Is dying.
LEWIS AND CLARK FAIR.
Another Important Event In American
Tho following paragraph Is taken
from the Ceylon Independent, pub
lished 9,000 miles from Portland:
"Although it might seem that the
American people would reach the lira
It of expositions In the great St. Louis
rair which will be held In 1904 the peo
ple living In the Northwest American
slates of .Oregon, Washington, Idaho
and Montana, have decided to hold
an exposition in 1905 In commemora
tion ot the one-hundredth anniversary
of tho first exploration of that sec
tion by tho famous pioneers, Lewis
and Clark, in 1805. This exposition
will not be on as large a scale as
that of St. Louis, but it will bo suf
ficiently extensive and comprehensive
to deserve the attention of foreign
countries. Tho Hon. John Barrett,
the commissioner general for the St.
Louis World's Fair, who has been do
ing such excellent work In Ceylon for
that undertaking, and who leaves to
day for India to confer with the Vic
eroy i)rd Curzon. and attend tho
Coronation Durbar at Delhi, has
kindly given tho Independent some
Information in regard to tho Lewis
and Clark exposition.
Tho antiquity of tho fan in the East.
particularly in Asia, extends for back
beyond the possibility of ascertaining
its date. In China and India the
original model of the fan was tho
wing of a bird, and ajt ono time was
part of tho emblems of imperial
Authoritative Denial Issued of Report
of German Offer to Buy Canal,
Paris, Jan. 9 Edouard Lampro,
secretary of the now Panama Canal
Company, authorized tho Associated
Press today to deny tho report that
a German offor of $40,000,000 has
been made to tho company for tho
Panama canal concessions and prop
erty. M. Lampro says no offer or
overture has. been received from any
Gorman organization or Individual,
directly, governmental or private. Ho
adds that the entiro negotiations ara
confined to the United States.
At present efforts aro' being direct
ed to induce Colombia to conchido a
treaty providing for tho bulling ot
the canal by tho United States.
R. J. ROGER8 DEAD.
Passing Away of Well Known Pioneer
La Grande, Jan, 9. II. J, Rogers,
ex-sherlff of Union county and a
prominent pioneer of this city died
yesterday evening at his home ono
mile north of this placo.
Death was caused from a compli
cation of ailments with which tho do-
ceased wai a sufforor for several
months, and his domlse was not unexpected.
"Roo" Rogors, as ho waB familiarly.
known, was one of tho conspicuous
figures in tho dovoiopmont anu up
building of this valley. Ho was
nmoiu; the earliest of tho ptonoors,
arriving hero In 18C2. Throughout a
long period ho was among tho leaders
In all movements for the advance
ment of the county. Although of a
quiet and unassuming disposition, he
enjoyed great personal popularity and
was esteemed as a man or generous
naturo and sterling worth. Ho sorv
ed two terms as sheriff of Union
county, from 1880 to 1884, after which
he became engaged In vurlous busi
Ho was united In marriage in 1869
to Miss Hannah Williamson, who has
been a faithful watcher at his bed
side during the many weeks of his
Tho deceased was a promlnont
member of tho Masonic fraternity.
nnd the funeral will bo in charge of
Tito passing away of this welt
known pioneer Is a source of deep
regret to a very largo portion ot
Union county's population, all ot
whom know him as "ono who loved
his follow man,"
'CRACKER CRBGK PACTS
North Polo mine was offered for
sale thrco years ago for $600,000. K
has 5000 feet on tho mother lode.
It Is now worth twenty million dol
The South Pole mine adjoins, hsa
4941 feet on the same lode, has six
tunnels, amounting to 2200 feet, &M
In ore. We expect within less than
three years' work to have a mint u
valuable as North Pole Is today.
South Pols stock is selling at II
cents until about January 1st.
Buy before the price raises.
See Gahanan at Hartmnn Ahttraot
office, Psndleton, Or.