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51st YEARNO. 47.
OREGON STATESMAN FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 14. 1902.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES.
I I 1 I H
A Study in Cause: -Effect
Acmivr 0Y rra i
rcc - tun rr ovu
LCOK CII THE
I I3IST w7-?&-
KVM AJtOURD THE MOV
ITATURZ or ,
Salem's Cheapest One Price Cash Store
,rr: r-r -UK ';iSi:s AT e O'CLOCK every evening except Saturday
Cor, Commercial and Chrmcketa St$. C. T. BARNES, Prop.
With the Anglo-Japanese Alliance
2 Rrccntly ft'ade
. ' -.r
MANY- LEADING RESIDENTS OF
PEKIN THINK THAT PEACE IN
THE ORIENT IS ASSURED. .
And TTiat hc Diamemberment Schemes
of Sorfc ef the Powers Have Re"
cived an Effectual Check The
dapanesa Pripud of the Agreement
Vado with Greal Britain A Great
" Step Forward.
. PEKIN, Feb. 13. The Anglo-Japan-cue
alliance became generally knovn
here today, and tjies created a pro
fuunid seWation.i , j Those British and
Japanese residents of "--pekin, vhose
opinions ;a?c worthy of consideration,
beiieve tho alliance insures .peace and
....ii -.n rhi ht dismember-
merit schemes of the Mher powers.
Tffi; thW f olJv-tlon !ais.-U by til Mt
.nian' -i:tt the opi"'!'1? lnteifM in
JnUM'lr itt th- 'ctiiiW f tl alllim.
U h ciitinpitH jtotwihly lntTy-ii-tl..n
in llhv -v iit )f Intermit dtsturb-
t.iin.itu jur UIIUW th CWnfite oU-lifi
tht thfi hw tiwlv RHHunti t an t
tMat l iitallMhln a.ulAhKU--Jiah-
W prott't toi iit'. j . w hk h threatt -na
rhiiui'ji ludfin-'l'nir. : i i
The t.'hinr.w f)in laJH, . incluiillnR
I -i t',1,-,. 'hi UK. 'iV;?ilfn t. of the IVriBn
i ifn c, rdf!'!i a h-"iirty iii-vf val ?vf -the
tr. alv, I'liiKf ChfHf? haf aiuwjinwil
ttth will nvt further din us -th
liutiifo-i.'htucsf lUnk mana Bcmeittf, -with
tin- KuMiun agents. " . i
Yok.h.iua, rrti.i!5i-Tl Jti-m hr-K-its
vent tu uiimlxr.1 j.lsi4ur? t Iho
n, hiifioii,tf flu' ativeicnt-wlUi-Jreit
ltritain." which .;oured for Japan ud
mliin to comity Jf. tlic great nations
Tho prvus, a'lsH 'r-ognis.- Ui.t the
-il.r.,..i,;nl IHII1.UUX IllMVV rCKDO lifii lil -.
tin.- and that J.jun must not f.Ui inu
t!;.. tTtor of '-eupiNxing that -ieac.-c. w ill
h" usKurcd Ithoul further effwt. ijv.
er.tl v-!'''" voinminl upoit the extra
ordinary f.ti t ' that the leading world
power a.livndOny ii polii-y of Isoritioo.
apparently, to ,cta hands with Japan.
Kiown in .Washington. f .
Itidon. Jh. 3 3. Tht Kttemt?mt "t
Iard Cniiitiourtif, Under SH-relary for
Korrtign Affalri, In the Hoiu. of "ni
mmtn. that th- nutntttnfe of 'tho Aft'glo
Jaincs agreement n fommunlrl
ed. t the ITrtteil Htates ' Government
bfforcpuhllratlon.'haa exHtl renewed
riinctission as to 'the attitude of i the
United 8tut.?s. - ' '
The Datty News thin morning ak
whv th treat v ahould h.ive . nrevlously
freeu ' tomiuunlcaU-J Jo . ihs ' United
- idsfo. II
They Don't Make
You Look Like
We have all the now sliaiH-juid sell
Weil known, brand at "1
- r: X:
.Prices,"' New S-'ptlng shipment Ji
States, since America, the embarrassed
pwper of the Philippines, has no In
terests In the far East comparable . to
tho.io of Great Britain and Japan.
A dispatch tfl the Daily (Express,
from Toklo, sny the new alliance
evokes the greatest enthusiasm on all
pldes. Political parties are giving
banquets, and students are organizing
monter torchlight demonstrations to
be 'paraded' before the British Legation.
j;i'mi4.V, Feb. 12. The census of the
un ?m ployed iri Ilerlln shows there are
73,000" persons totally without employ
ment, and about 40,000 pa'rtially unem
ployed. ' ' . :
.SPOKANE. Wash., Feb. 12. The
Eastern "Washington and Idaho Lum
bermen's . Ad.iiH lation was organised
tiere today. E. V Cartior Van Dlsselt,
of .Hpokane, whs 'elected president.
Thirty lumbermen were pre writ.
STRIKES; J EUROPE
COLLISIONS OF LABORERS AND
And a Number of Arrests Followed
French Strikers and Non-Unionists
in Battle at a Factory.
. TftlESTE, - Feb. jS.-Fiva thousand
laU.reis oh-'thei 'do.4ta strnek today, in
sympathy ! with the firemen employed
by the Lloyd's Austria Company, 1 who
.ire now out. Several collisions :wMh
the flire have e-urrei!. and niimer
otis arrests resnltel. The troops are
arriving to maintain order. v
'. .''-' . . '' "" ' j
A Long Battle.
Limoges. ,Krance, I-'eb. 13. Thre
hundred strikers have been besieging
the Jeather factory .at St. Jullen sinec
the night of. February 12th. A miin
ber of non-jiriiotilsis are entrenched ai
th factory. The latter defended their
position with hose, throwmrt bo4lmg
Woter ' until this iifternoon, when 'the
besiegers .ruslted Hie "non-unionist's. A
number were severely injured. H
England's Coming Pageant to Break
" All Records forf Expense f
NEW VOKK, I'eK 13. Description'
of tho eronatin rtheSvOf the. King nivi
Queen, now m:iJUng tn JOngiand. says
the Ixndon ertrresfondentof the'Tri
hu,nt. emphasise the fact that-th com
ing pageant will be the richest; and
mort magnificent on record; TheXmodel
now exhibited tt Norfolk House, foKthe
benefit or the 'lieeresses. have ml)M
ereilheraltllc devices on the kf rtle, ; A-
cense to introtiiice coats of arms and
fin-ert the coronation mantle Into a
heraldic garment Implies an t-nmW
Increase in exienfveness through trie
lavish, use of embroideries. - j i
The lM-t hs been Informed that ln
v I tactions ' to the coronation reremony
will be restricted to Ambaswdor mnd
wife, nnd tht no other officials resi
lient in the embassies, much leas thefr
wives or daughters.- Will le ndmltted.
An exception undoubte.rty will be made
In the rase of Henry White, on account
of his friendship of longstanding with
the King. j i
leg-a T'lanks, Statesman Job OfTice.
Legal .Dianks, Statesman Job U.Hci.
The Yenzoelao Insnrgents Defeat
S . I. !, i . .'.."-....' ' - v - - -
a Oovernrnent Ship
A SHORT SHARP FIGHT ENDED IN
THE , SURRENDER OF THE
CREW OF THE CRESPO. '
The Government Gunboat Stripped 'of
All War Material and Left on
i Shore a Harmless Wreck Report
of the Commander of the Rebel
Ship Regarding the Battle Gas
tro's End Is Near. !
WILLEMSTAD, Island of Curacao,
Feb. 12 The report of the naval eri-
t gagement between the insurgent .vessel
Liberador andthe Venezuelan steamer
Crespo, sent by General Manuel-Matos.
leader of the , Venezuelan revolution
and Commander of the Libertador,
ays: "At 2 o'clock in the afternoon
we met the steamer Crespo before
Cumarebo, and she immediately pre
pared for the fight. To our summons
to surrender, which- was accompanied
by a blank cannon shot, the Crespo re
plied by opening fire onus, to which
the - Libertador answered by directing
the fira of her heavy guns and rapid
fira. guns on the Crespo. Tha attr
kept up the firing for a time, butcher
shells did not strikers, while ouy she lis j
inflicted serious damage On her.
"After a half hour's Xflghting the
Crespo hoisted, a white flag and sur
rendered unconditionally The comj-
nuander of the Crespo, General Pedro
Rlvere Suito, and all her citw.x were
then transferred on board the Liberta;
dor and the Crespo. rendered com.
pilelffcly-useless, was abandoned on thej
coast, aiier au ner war maxenai ni
bieen removed." ' - '
The End Near..
New-; York, Feb. 12. Senor Monagas,
ex-secretary of the Venezuelan Lega
tion, Washington, has received a letter
from Genetal . Bomongo Monagas,- one.
of , the leaders of the Matqs Insurrec
tion: It was smuggled from the inter
ior of the State dt Bermudese to th
coast and then taken by a; fisherman
. "I feel satisfied that by March," the
letter states, "we will be victorious and
be able to substitute the corrupt and
despotic goverrinient with one of hon
est men and conducted on honest busi
ness principles.. All this portion of th
country is opposed to Castro and there
has been no trouble in finding men to
J(tln our army. I also lejirn that sever
al of Castro's test generals Have de
serted him and Joined the rebellion. It
Is no exaggeration to say that the Lib
ertador could easily engage, the entire
CJovernment fleet and defeat it."
WHAT CRIME IS IT
When One Person . Helps Another ., to
'ClIICAtlO. Feb. J2.A trial will i
ethmenced tfore Judfte Sinitli to.hy
Ajhkh Involves n new joint of law Ift
Illinois. For several days Attfisiant
State's Attorneys Newcomer and Carey
have been ii-ling Into the ere with
the result, that tio similar lKurs; were
dl-(vered ir( the reports of the jl'inoli
"inirts The defendant Is ,If. Orvilte
Binnett. and the hue i whether
f tiiit net liWlu n be' attempted tv eomnflt
uieie in a Houth Side, hotel., wth M rs.
W. I NichoJ. 'committed' murder in as
siistlng the woman to end h'T life.
A note was left by the wonian Uld
dlnT,farewill to her husband and Child
ren and indicating that she and Bur
nett had resolved to end their 14v(S.
IMrneti did not take enough of tlie
r .-Sm to rail"' death. i !
German Admiral in Command Returns
Official Calls. :
! NEW YOBK. Feb. lS.Uear Admiral
Von It-'udissin. commander of the ..tier
man: Imperial yaeht llohenxollej-n. -ar-c-onipanie!
by his chk-f-of-staff, tJett
tenant Frits Itetensburg. and K-Jtueng.
the German Consul General at this city,
returned today the official calls mjute
yesterday afternoon. The first visit
was; made to Rear Admiral Barker,
eommandertof the Navy Yard. ' ' Thts
was followed by formal calls on IaJi
General .'Brooke and on the Mayor of
Newi York, at the City Hail. Tie
Bear Admfral was In full nnifurm. and
wore a number of decorations.
Mysterious Suicide of An Oregon Girl
.' " ' j x. Near Ashland.
nr.vn nr.. Feb. M.---ara Tor-
jrey, 'k young woman of 25 years, living
near 1 1 aieni muuij, ,..
suii ble by shoting herself through the
heart last night. No. further p .rtiru-
ars are known. , r
THREE MEN DROWNED.
VANCOUVER. B. C., Feb. 13. Three
hten, Alex. Smith. Joe Couture nd
John; Ryan, were drowned near1 the
north end of Texada Inland last Sun
day morning, according to news
brought here, today by . th.e , steamer
Cassia r. ' ..-.
Another Article ef the Statement of
Faith Is Adopted. -
PHILADEIIUA. Pa'Feb. 13. The
Presbyterian revision committee ad
journed today, after, adopting article
V mt the brief statement of faith," for
popular use, and will again meet In
Washington, April 9th. The article
adopted today touches on the situation
and It was productive of aprotracted
debate. Secretary Roberts said:
"The committee's wprk up to. the
present has been accomplished without
serious opposition, though there . has
existed, -an ever-changing, minority.
There Is one thing, however, and .that
Is that the Presbyterian church repu
dites the .charge that it teaches either
fatalism or Infant dam nation. '
STRIKE CALLED OFF
BUTTE, Mont Feb. 13. A SmcI.1
to the, Miner from Missoula says the
Northern Pacific switchmen's strike in
the yards here Was called pit this af
ternoon.. - -.'' " !.: V'
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13. The Sen
ate today confirmed the nomination of
O. 1. Warness. for Re'elver of Public
Moneys, at Coeur d'Alene.-Idaho. 1
OATH OF ALLEGIANCE. !
N EW YonK, Feb. 1 3. Commander
Booth, Tucker, of the Salvation Army,
took the oath of allegiance as a cilxen
of the United States today. , s ' '
TOLSTOI IMPROVED.;; '
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 13. 'onnt
Tolstoi Is slightly improed tol.iy. but
his condition Is -still precarious. V..-.. .
THE PATIENT BETTER
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S SON IS
OUT OF DANGER."
The Father Left for Washington Last
Night--AHappy Day far the Par
ents of the Bright School Boy.
GROTON. Mass.. Feb, 13. The most
i.. FeV U
eventful day ai GrotonNSchool, since
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., became. 111.
eldsedwlth the departure ofxPresident
Roosevelt for Washington late : this
sftemoonX Before that the President
in the hoinely Phrase. "Ted has un
proved with such splrlted jumps. th,
he l.i out of thewoods." had told to the
World of the loadlifted from h mind.
The day was full ofJiapptness forN Pres
ident and Mrs., Roosevelt, and for all
who were at the infirmary or near h
jw hool gcdunds. K i
Behind Time. ;
New Haven. Conn.. Feb. rav-Presi-dent
Iboevelt-'s private tar Colum
bia." attached to the Federal Exiress.
arrived hvre at 11:25 tonight, five to In -
u,tts behind time.
FIVE MEN KILLED AT A MOUN?
The Keeper of the Place Will Rebuild
His Saloon and Fort, and Threat
ens to Have a Standing Army of
Mountain Men to Protect Him.
MirtLESBrmo, Ky.. Feb. 13, Th
prertseumber of dead as the result of
the ba I tleXsf Turners "tjuartei- House"
saloon yesleVlay. I now twlleve.l to
tie five, although there are still report
thaf ten were killed. The known.dead
are: ' . ' , . J ;
fliarley il. deputy sheriff, killed
at the opening, of . the., light; Mike
Webb, Turner's ,.u tenant: Frank
Jnhnwm, Turner's larkeepT; f'crry
Watson, and Jeff P. Prade.
Lee Turner Jntends to ;retuild "ths
saloon and fort, and says he will re
main if he bas to k-'p a standing rmy
f' S0M mo'untaine-rsvlthli the palis
ade. Ail Is juiet toniKht and it is be
lieve,! ih.it for the presht the froubbn
MADE WAR ON JAPS. N;
Colorado Strikrng Miners Drove- the
FIRKN "ii, 'x-Cido-!. Feb. 13.-The
trunMc between the Victor Fuel Com
pany miners employed st their' coal
mines at Chandler., near this city cul
minated In an attack on Japanese min
ers who had taken places of, the strik
ers, and the demofition of the board
ing house ocupled by the Japanese.
The tnob drore the Japanese out of the
camp. The affair, occurred after a
meeting of strikers at whicb it was '!-'
elded to- send an ultimatum to the Vic
tor Fuel Company, demanding the re
moval -of the Japanese. A report was
cJrcuWted In the meeting, which : was
largely attended, that 209 more Japan-
es -were on their way to the Chandler
rnine. and this so enraged the strikers
that they decided to at once rid the
community of th Japanese.
The attack occurred at midnight and
it has not yet been learned if any ony
was seriously hurt, although the Jap
anese were roughly handled.
Semi-Weekly fiLOO year.
END OE EIGHT
IS IN SIGHT
Philippine Tariff Bill to Be
IF THE LEADERS CAN
CHELL AND TELLE R.
The Oregon Senator Wants Philippine
Products, Coming to This Country
Admitted at Fifty Per Cent of the
Dinnley Tariff Rates Thel House
Adopts Resolution to Elect Sena
tors by Direct Popular Vote,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13 While no
definite agreement has been reached, a
vote' en the .Philippine tariff bill
Senate seems to bo in sight,
pears likely, judging from the
sion of the subject late in todajy ses
sion, that a vote may be had next
week, although tha matter as
involved in soma uncertainty.
Teller -oncluded his speet h tdday
urged a measure "of . self-govt' rnment,
the United State simply maintaining
a protectorate! over the Island
ehell (Oregon! delivered a
prepnrel speech' In supprt
i ref ully
amendiTient. to reduce the tariff
oh Philippine ! products com In
this -country to fifty 'per cent
Uingiey ratesj maintaining -that C on
gress owed this concession to the't'a-
cine coast states as w ell at to the Ph'iU
The Philippine bill will not
sidered 'tomorrow or on Mon
Senate having: made sieclal or
both these' days.
To Elect Senators.
! Washington, Feb, lS.-The II iuso to-day
unanimously .adopted the resolu
tion, proposing an amendmend'to the
Constitution of the United St itiwi for
the elet-tion of Senators by dlreet; mp--il;r
vote.'-- There! was no den arid for
time to debate the resolution. This
ht the fourth time th House has adopt
ed a similar resolution..
I wo Mils or general importance m err
a.issen ujr me Jtouse today. Uie re
thunder of the time iH'Ing detOle.l to
nlfHor business. rie ws th S.-nau
bilKfo prvid for the paynk.nt ' of
claims Njf t'onfedera He otTi ers i nd sol
diers whose horses, side arms nwl liae
gage 'wereNaken from them by 'Uiiloit
soldiers-contrary to-: the" terms of th
surrender of Iv and Johnsn's armies.
The, amount to b paid under the bill
was limited to" $50,0
Ttie other IMII w as to confer on tbe
Spanish la I ms Comnihislon a lthotlty
to send forepersons and pjvpersj and to
punish for contempt. t'orHss.I who Is
author of theXblll for the Government
swir IMilll D4ll r 1)1111 1PI 11 fl
delivered a speech in opix'sitio
laying of such a cable -by
corjHration. ; .
wasningjon, I'eb. J3. .The ie
the House , have made
the forthcoming ieca
consideration Of the war reV-rM;ie re
durtlon bill will provide for taking up.
the measure next Mnl.iv. wlith Two
days for debate, and vote Tuesday af-
Washlngton.Feb. 13. The Ind
propriatlon bllli, completed tod
Tics $.MI.r.O0.. .The Ia-s I
ston in reduce th membersb
four to three, as Its wuik wilt
ideted tn two years. ' Among 1
eral tr visions Is one forbbb
e 4'oril -
uols. withhold I ng of ra t Ions beea usf
tendance at thrj Government tn
To ' Develop Mindanos
H-iii Kram lsco, Kel. 1.1. --Art enter
prise ot international loiiwirtaln;e Was
Inaugurated today by the lillBgoT the
rtlIirs cf lneriKr,i.tloh rf the Phffip
pine Exploration Company, with a rmi
Itat m k of $r,"0.'0, of which $lR0,i00
has h-en swtsrTlted.
. It is slated that, the lncor;-oi ltinn s
lerely prelimbiary to the fflrmktlori of
aVfunpanjr of millionaires, with
ltfllVf $20,ooo.rt. Th r-rlnr
jTtsf the -onrern will b. o
the Hl.vnd of Mindanao, the ,i
"ojonjje gest of
; group, build
lands 'for.. agrirdl.il
e. build railways, erect
nd oth r manuf.W torn-K.
construct wtefworits. snd f nalugurs te
a steamship II,neNet we-n San ITrantis-
x i. - -
oc and the Island
Mining and Oil Companies
to Opmrmtm In Eastern Orejjon, and
' Receive Authority to Beyjind3usi
In theStat Iepartmht, yrterday.
sevevn new. wmpanlea filed articles
and received authority to beajln oper
at ion In fregn. They" are:
Th" Whirlwind (UAt Mining and lx-N
ploralion Cmrrpany Will prs-f't ' tr
gold and other pree l nil me tils. With
beal'iuarter In Unlyn. The Louipasy,
h tV ihei
has a capital or jioo.oeey .:. r. imu
phey, . E. H. ' McCoinas and Joslah
Wright are the lnHriHratora of the
company. - .,: - ' -
F. It. Dallam & Co of Portland, will
engage tn the. whole&ite woKlenwar?
and wllRw ware busiueW. with A capi
tal of $25.000, ; F. B.nullam, J. E.
Cormack and J. Cormack, jr, are the
Jilt r N.ri n. - ; .
The Kind Hollow tti romwnjr w in
engage in the ' oil business. andt?h de
velopment '-'.of ""nil land , in Malheur
county, with headiua.rters" at Vale.xand
lliA ltt-lnli.il .,fK.,ii.'lri ILinl, k. V
Thayer. W. I Dunham. W:.H. Neleon
$2Mmo. . . '
The Willow Srlngs Oti Company,
will tHmte in oil .lands and. develop
them ln: MalluMir county." with head
quarter in Vale mid the main otTke In
Denver. Tlie capital Is 120,000. A.
W.i Thayer, Thomas Richards. J. F.
Melkle, W. P.. lunham and Eben Smith
are the incorporators of record. ! v
The I'leasant . Valley Clieese AssoclaV
lloi jWlII inaRUf.K'ture and deal In iairy
products butter, cheese, 'etv at Pleas
ant Valley.; Tillamook rMinty. The
i'tYtijititn biaa -i . ,M il i '1 ..if tiIO ;.f i
Moores, II. P. S, Iwld and B.. W. Turner
are the incorHrators.' -
Falls City lidge No. 14; I. o, V.
will own proHrty, conduct a Ivwlge of
the! Independent Order (Mi Fellows.
The pnterty oik band Is' $600, J. J.
tiiwell. It. M. W5oderly and, John J.
I)-.... .. ... . il. I . L.
.The Med ford Drug Company will en
gage the drug busirH'ss In Mcdfrd:
with capital of $:.0oo, dTvl.le.1 into
shares valued at $10 'eWclt. A. 11. Vii-
ipii, r rmuinia ji. vtHictt and Ivan, iiu
mason are tlw Incorfalors.
A BIG PURSE.
PORTI.AND. Or.. Kelt-1 S. Th. Pi.
tinie ciub of this city has offered a
purse of $15,000 for a twenty-rouud
contest let.ecii James Jeffries and
lAnver Ed. Martin.
I GRAIN-OI GRAIN-OI ;
Itentember that -name-' when ynu
- m ..v '1 a II'MM I OL1
Jug fKHl drink t4 lake the place of
affee. Sdd by nil grtM-cn and liked
by U wlio hnve use.t i. Graln-O Is
made of pure grain. It aids digestion
and strrtigtheiin tlo nerve. It Is not
a Mimulaiit but nr health builder and
the! children as well As the adults can
drink If with great tenllt. , Coxls
"Mil 4 as much s coff.-e. 5'ts. and
it ii i H iiPitPimia . sa w iui n as mhiii ii
25 cis. pcr tacknge.
Ask your jrrocer
Mrs. E. L. Martin, of Ttirnr..-visited
with friends in tliui. city yciieiUay "laid
returned Iiomic in the evening train.
,'4rei.u rctvioiett last - een
ig from an ex tensive luslness trip to
jeitins unta oiner I'ugi i Smm i iini.
White Dress (
THE STRONOLST IINES
WE ilAVt tVLR SHOWN
I We aie f uliy. -.Multiped-' to falls
jf any and all lemahds. Falling
In. line with It's slater stocks, this
tlepa. rt men t has bargains too nu
merous to mention. .Buyers are
highly price-fa vord at our
i Rlbb3a5v Laces and
"-'- -'--'' ' : .- ; -'-'- ' -
All at, sale prices during: our
' - ANY COLOR. JfHT '
h irn. WHITE. ,
MnsIIns and Sheetings,
Sheets eatj Pillow Slips
' Len these staple artbl'-s hav
leen reduced during ourWblt