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salem. onnno?:. tukfday, march, i, 1902.
DONE' THOU GOOD
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This Is the Verdict of Marion County Republicans
. : :':' - - i' :s i U r-. .:?" j' i ' ' -"-j ! - '"." ; ' "f"-".. : ' -'
on Governor Geer'sXandidacy, as Expressed
. at the Primaries
Tfac State Administration Endorsed
' of the Entire Coanty The Opposition Lost All the Precincts
Except Sahllmity Thl'ty.foar, Oat of Thirty-nine,! Heard
from, and Nearly All Are In favor of the Triumphant Re
election of the Tall fir of the Waldo Hills. ' " ;
The Marion county primaries, yeii
terday, resulted in a glorious victory
for the present administration, headed
by one of Marion county's favorite
sons Hon. T T.!' Geer, the present
able Governor of the state of Oregon,
and a son of whom Marion county may
feel justly proud, the statefs first n
tive son to fill the office of chief exec
. . . ..".-: i '
utive. . i . .
" From every precinct In Marlon
county, last even! ng-ralmost without
exception the reiort ramo In favw
itble to the present administration, tnd
l he opposition to tJovernor Geer se
cured small comfort from the rKurfm
While aorwe of thr precincts reiorted
anti-Simon dtii-Raions tntm of them
went on record as bHng opbosed -ta-
Hon. JoncpIi Simon for United States
HcriViior with the exception of- only
, nil expressed themselves favorable
. to (Wnwir (iw-r'd ro-nominatfon and
tc-eiecrimthaW ws Sublimity pre
cinct, the former honw of Mr. Frank T;
- Wrlghtman,., wlw wy makioR the race
for Attorney Gene-ral. and was there
fore, opposing (Jovernor -'(Iwr, an who
ree4ved the complimentary vote of hi a
old fhoino precinct, s 1 - j
The; result of tint primaries' in Mar
.m county Is, trmt T. T. Ow, the "Tall
Fir-of the '-Waldo Hill." is the choice
of Marlon county for Governor, by an
alnwwt uo.mlriMMiH ' vote, ;inl that he
wtll jro down to thi .State -Convention
with'' Marion county solidly revk of
hlmy It was the gmndest endorsement
ever Riven to one of its sons 'by Marlon
county, and one ih.it will attract, the
support of th? -nlf ce. Mute to hint.
The offjwffiition t Governor Geo r, by
Frarik T. .WrlRhtnsin, wii budly de
feated the worwt t'ftit vit arliniri
Htfml to . jxII tlMt ; ifintivt in th
nlwory nf tho county. It -Wiut'not no
mttch a flKht R;itrint Mr. WriKhtmnn.
ft hofw omWtlon. wan a laudable oi.
but I't-woj dii;ttinl jiKJiinMt ffTl of his
KupiorUrH," th dl.sjfrtmtlfd btnnt,
vh m.id th iKi.ttle nliy ttHrau4
they -ww kfjit nii)' from ttu- ilc
eountec thre ytiini afjo, mnd they were
well punlfhed. . j -
In the ireint-t In which Mr. WrlgM
irwn HvfM SiUm S'K 2 th opil
tlon to (Jotnor l5otr rin""ll-ttM Uiait
would eiTry.'thi.-"ir-rln:t by a vot-tif
;2'4 t I JiRsifrifrt lh i(lmlrilKtnttferi
To nhow htw lisily ili-y , 'fl I down. 'for
ill "ijii I wj n ..I' nil.-" til' u.'.i.'i
thetrc-ha-nrwf,- It l only nresiry to
(iy thiit th tb'T tl kt j rr pvd , 251
vof to tr for tho. ojjoiijoriT-2,,4 to
1 In favor .T Die fJeet i-k-t-ind this
ln a pmil f w h.t '"w ild to Vm" In
the -oii)y. . ' . ; t
-Thli InMt'frei. tb .Kendinx, of ftoin
ioo nd (full !e-r di'-Kr;i.itofi . to the
Ktato 'onventiofi, n.nd IbW ni';t imlly
ltiiurH thf trlumt-ltiitil re'iv'Tln;tion
n ele tlTfn of (fovt-ritor T. T. t5er.
riMtPViti SS lulttf 1 I tnnwt Itfllllll If I lllUa
ritr tn thn hl.Htory of. ih: itnt. ' '
. Th rniMt of yiKiT'I.iy V pritnarics
I'iifrtK.t Ik ovi'ii'Mtitimt-H. im-,iriM jj.
n'rMlTmjirif ruT.'the I'tiwnt inlmlnlntni.
tlon. hiuI th r'Krt) r-ir4v-d froiti 34
ut ( fhf S'-t tr't'"',' in the ,cunty,
wpifld ulsii tndl".ktd thiit Ib5J. "-Joseph
Klrnt w0 have a rt.fMiMirlty 1n the
4darln '(j-ounty roiif"otlo?i, Htidv will
pciibably jfvr.iiir the- -: k-jtltfliltlve- :' ffeknt
w lun- ttu -uBty i onv'n'it1M imrtu,
. VuitiAvl I bir"-f ftt-er ) K t. - Judd. W
1C KHnw, f! lJtnaJTi. II. Iorttr, K
J. t'ondlt; And-4-w !iilth, (Sio, AHe.
I.. 1ikney, Juwtb-r: A. f. IHcklnsori.
rs)il snirlnitebdent. 1'. L
Aiirom tt SeeT--AiMl-Kfiron II. A.
Knyitr, l. W.'lyrt. : A. H. v Will. Ir. H.
V. trtfwy. tJool W. Fry, Iuls Keil. Hen.
ty !tkv .if.-ij." " !
Hrookw Kr1endly:to Cler) iVTom
Mlbin. OUwr 'Itern. IVank IJk. Ira
Jtublurd, J'ruJi'k ."KvattA O
iiV-1 1. ; - l r. .
Itritnbufih W. J
Hirldwke. ' r
Hmlth, J. W.
Iiuttevllle O. A. fonfi John Murray.
tl. A. M. t'otw l i. A
haniWr (fie r) JJ 111 SMdrledRe,
Jam.-H Hmlih. i Vavxu
i:na1ewI li o K3,fr Geer).- II.
ll.-KfMUldlnir, J- Hewit. J, W. YounR,
V. I. VUHimwn, . )'. Jones. I. T.
m,-.' J. , .' tKioibt. K. A..Iettrce. II.
l Sart(. K. E. Wwii 11. I Huff-
. Some vatchmakers
harp on Railroad Watches.,:
More than twenty
, - have been sold for. every mile of rail-
way trackage in the world. Soldby
ty. every jeweler in the land; guaranteed.
" by the world's Igreatest watch works.
i -' ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH CO. s
j Emus, lumoa. 1
r ah or ut SDimn
i. V ,
by Practically a Uriaslradns Vote
ma n. -. , - -1 ,
Fairfield (Oeer) T. A. iDitmar,
John Fa hey. , . ? f V ,
Oervulu (AnU-Slmon) A. R. Sleg;
mund; Edmond Dupuls, Basil DeJar
deii, I; M. IfcHh?sr Antly KavanaURh-
irorebwr llnambo. L. C. Brother
ton; J. I Read, V?JI. B. Stewart,
Howell (Oeer) John L4echty, Fred
Rlee, IX Wf Krnlth, K. B. Fletcher.
W'etley rIeart, A. ,W. Anderson.
Hubbard (Oer)ii I Calvert Coo.
15. Ilovenden, W. T. (irtm, II. A. Hln--k.le.-M.
IS. KetHer, U M.M 8chrfl. D. X
Vo.lr. -' ; :;'."'-: !l -- -
Jefferson t Jeer) F. B. 5?a1ktt, JT.
II. Ilotand. Ifc-n Kuell, Jno. F. Htel
wer, M. V. nkhrdiwn, W. F. Looney,
W. L. Jonex. ..... . -..S '
.No opioiltlon). ' , M j i
Marion (Htm lrht lerr) W. J.
Halley, T. W. ' RuhmoII, Richard Wal
ker. ;-!- ; r '-- i:
!: Mtieay (Geer D. CraiR, K. Hart
ley.' J. 15. Karly, Thomas LtfiuJerbach.
Th dHeRatlon for Taylor for trherlff.
Mt harna (40 to 21 for OeeD--tl. P.
Terrlll. K. A. Taylor, Kd BieRmund, II.
I Kchwsteke'nberR. - -
Monitor (Oeer) W. I?. Owens, J. T.
Rohk, O. A. Pheljts, ". T. Bonney,! W.
Jl. Townsend. ' ;.- i I
Mt. AtiRel (Geer) Charles Long, C.
R. Huffman. P. Johnson. , X
Proret--(47 to , 18 -for Oeer)
Frank' Hmltn. H. A. HuRhea. 14. F. Roy
al, Chas. Kiuvne, A. A. Burton, i .
Salem No.t 1 M to 43 for. Oeer)
fSpo.: XunKford,, II. A. Johnson, K. A.
Thateher, Ixt 1.'. I'earce, W. U. "ClaR
Rtt, itoss IL Mortreff, R. 8. SouthWiek,
fT.A. Bort. : i
Salem No. 2(2.r,4 to 99 for Oeer)
Geo. O. Brtwn. J. J; Mumhy. llfiry
Hubbard, W. F. Hoirthby. Frank Ba
ker, K. :roi, K. M. LiFore, F. A..
TurnK Thomtm Kay, II. O. Meyer, O.
W. Putnairt. Mark Skiff, Milton U;
Meyers, '. A. Murphy, J. C. Thompson,!
J. G. Wrieht. J. A. BImDson. II: D.
IVtton. ': , i ; : '; ' : '
Salem No, 3 (Z to 1 for Oeer) K.
M. t'rolmn, Wm. Brown, Thonfeu StinM,
A lonzo Geiner, John Kaiser, M. I
fhamteritn) R.i C Hunter. Otto Han
mttt, W. II. Odell. John W. Reynolds.
.Halein'No, 4 (157 to 88 for Geer)
Walter Lyon, Dr. R. CnrtwriRMj Harry
)veon, IInry II. Vandervor P. D.
rrntity, Walter. I, M. KHnRerj A. O.
Vnd1t,- Geo. G. Binsham, J. Frank
HuRh'es. Wylie A. Moores, A. F.! Mc-
Atee. J. K. Grfiham, Geo.. F. IUKlRers.
i Worth ssnletn (K7 to 83 for t.eer) 11.
Upley, Jas. Met 'ormlrk. T. J. Cro-
nl', A. M. t'louRh. K. A. Kurtz, Lloyd
Reynolds, - James Wlntanley, C, W.
Slump, L. !. lfo k'dt.
tewt Walem (Oeer) J. B. Ashley,
W; Taylor. Henry Worknwtn.
Kuth Kabni (Jeer)-4-Fred Ilurst,
R. B. I.Ui-jih. A. VaMS, H. G. MUftlth; W.
F, R. Smith. Jan. F. Blahehard.
Honth HUverUm H. V. Mount. Iftll
llbks, KlwfiMl Hmall. J. II Rlchm.
Mx Thnmiwoni, M. HsttctwrR;
Kilverton W. H. Irtk, R. t. Rus
sell, louls Fisher. Dr. M, bZ. ltJulre,
I. M. Grilley, James Hirks, P. L.
itlaf kerby, Martin 5ther, GeorRe Mel-
Xoi-ltrllvrton . TV tfnlKii- f-rrv
ifaines, AMarsh Ramsby, 'JennlnRs
Sinlth, Knoc-h Ross, G. Bowen.
Stnyton (SlntiR for Geftr) I
IfobwHi, A. .1. lilt hirdson, W. O,
t ooper, ,"ot?e ifc Hunt, t'harles
i:. Ixpiw, J. W. ICldy, A. L. Mark. This
tleleRiiwtbm- Is -for W. II. Hobson for
Ktate Senator. . i
Kidney (Oeer T. J. Betkwlth
Thos. Noot, John t'ox, I. O. Thorns.
KlronR reoiution faiorlnR thif renom
imttbm of j(Uv. T. T, f Jeer.alpted by
Sublimity -r- (Wrlfjhtitwn) Frank
Tate, KnRd S hott. '.Byrrm Diny.
(Tims., Darst, -Jab Seott. Klmer KlnR
Hitt ts M 11 Is ;er) Fr-d I rn Rer,
I. I. imnnsRan, I MauldlnR, Fred Vn
Tress. Albert Wwde, The del fin t Ion Is
for "tws. D. Hnrtitwn for sheriff.
t. 'raui (tfeeri J. i. rok. j. ft.
MrDcmnld, H. Boostfr. IV Mullen.
Turner (Oeer) Jno. Wtel. J. N-
Robertson, If. Wlpper, G. L Morri. H.
I Kri, o. II. 17; Cornelius. S. W. Read,
1. VL RtHrtn If. I Karl, -4ustle:
W. Tosier, eonWei ,WIIHam Wllllns.
roid superintendent. 'The, deleRation
is for wjtgPii fr sheriff. . ' i
voximrn (Geer by 3 m.Jorltvv-v
ic r . t "otey, : J. J. lull, perr Lurler.
Kusrene RemlnRton, O. E. Thompson,
C. V. Uoynton, IL D. Brown, C. 1 Ogle,
Albert Priest. Sam Hardcastle. Ku jrcre
MoahberRer,5 Joseph NIbler. i This dcl
eRa.tkn supports Poormaii for State
Senator. -- - '-i
Tew Park" (Geer Anti-Simon) P.
N. Lathrop, F. N. Derby, Peter Nor-
Rren, H. F. Smith, R. D. Teter, D. M,
C rouse, A. W. Drager, Lee Acbeson.
Notes at the Polls.
IL L. Beard iroa placed under arrest
at-the second w-ard polllngj'? - l'lace by
Constable J. II. Lewis, charged with
Ill-leRal voUdr. He was, taken up be
fore Justice of the Peace J. p'Donald
where a complaint was sworn out and,
upon arraJRnment plead not Ruilty and
his beerlns was set for 10 o'clock a.
m. Monday and his bonds were fixed
at 9250 which he furnished, with H. D.
Patton and E. M. La Fore aa sureties
and waa released. " ; - '
; One other complaint was sworn out
In this court and a warrantwas Issued
but not served and the complaint was
Early In the momfrriR several blank
complaints were taken out for the pur
pose of filling out at the polls, but it
seems none were used.
In East Salem precinct the following
resolution waa Adopted by unanimous
vote: -. . '".'
"Whereaa this is a primary, election
for the purpose of electing deleRates to
the Republican County Convention, to
nominate a full county and leRislative
ticket and deleRates to the State Con
vention; therefore be it -
i "Resolved. That the voters of East
Salem precinct are in harmony with the
present State N Administration which,
we believe, hus conducted the affairs
of the state in a, businesslike manner
and belt further ,
- "Kesoived., That our; delegates are
nereby pledged to use every effort to
select delegates to the State Conven
tion who wfll give their support to
Governor T. T. Geer for renomlnation
and- further pledRe them to oppose any
person for: the LeRislature not in per
fect harmony with the present state
A VOLCANIC ERUPTION
ACCOMPANIED BY TIDAL WAVES
i . - f . -i -
AT COOK'S IN LET
Covered the Country With Ashes and
Caused ' 8ome Damage Reported
to Juneau by a Greek Priest-Sta
- tioned There.. '
HKATU.K. Want)., Jlarch 14. A pe-
er t'ott:iRe K'ty: i.iay brought. fnmv Ju
neau. Alaska rays a letter hss been
received there from a Greek priest at
K(n.i.ion Cooks InU t. telling of a ter-
r-lfic .yolrHnie-ertirtitut about January
1st.- Tire whole lle r an utmam
mountain senit-d to l r.plit open. nd
fire and lav w ere. pourinR from it. The
vilIRe of Kenai wus covered with ash
es, and an. earthquake which aecom-
IKinletl the eruption caused several
tidal waves doing considerable dam-
ase. i " "!... -i - -
- Shot by Accident.
PsaUle,'WsK.. March 14. The steam
er CotaRe City totiay hrouRht from Ju
neau ine'oouy.oi vviiiiam uoiaxtein. a
prominent merchant of Juneau, who
was killed March fit h as the result f
an aceldental dlseharRt- of a shotRun.
Against the American Ambassador at
; Mexico City 8ent to Him.
- WASHINGTON. Mar. 14 ClwirRe
sisralnnt AmlsxsMulor . IVwell Clayton
subnuttel to the State; Tep,irtmenf.
were-forwurded to him that h may
make repiyxir lie mres to 'do so. It
appears that the flght uion the .Am
basKndor has In-en lo progress. for sev
eral months. . "
Mexico City. Mar. 14. Ambiisfidr
br-ton Is ut of th- elty,"'an' his re
ply to the h.irRs Ralnt him In con
nection with the Mealy, case caniiot
le lMid ." . 5
BUYING OF BONDS .
Stopped by the Treasury Department
to 8ave Banks.
WASHINGTON. Mar, 14. The Sw
retary of (the Treiwury ham announced
that he will discontinue for the present
the purchase of ITnlted States Imnds of
the 5 per cent loan of 1904, the il er
rent funded loan of 1907. the 3 pe.it cent
loan of 1908-1918. and the' 4 per cent
lin of 1925,
The Serretary lx1)eves the prlc of
bonds Is unrensormMy hlRh. and that
the effe tyf the Govmmnt bHng per
manently in the nmrket stimulates and
hHpsf 1 maintain this price to the
prcjullee of National bank circulation.
CHESS BY CABLE.
The Seventh Annual Contest Began in
New York and London Yesterday.
.VKW ifoRk, Mar. Mi The evmth
annual jonft by ab1. between
America nd Great Britain, for the
chess supremacy and Newne's trophy,
was boRun today on eight boards: The
rrsttch is being held under the aus
pices of the Brooklyn Chess Club and
the British Chess Club, tit London.
At 19 o'clock the first moves were
sent to London and vice vensa. Thw
Ameiicnn team conducted thi play it
the Academy of Muste, Brooklyn, w hll
the BrIUshers played at Cafe Monaco,
Ixndn. j ; . - - . . ' i '
Pi II sbu ry and Marshal, of A merle,
played thrtr gamesr against tiwrem-e
and Atkins. Britishers, in London,
AN INDIAN AMUCK..
v VANCOUVER. B. C. March 14 A
sU-amer from the West (Viait in.la
brotiRht the news that Indian Johnny
Takum. who last week ran amtirk nt
shot several persons, has taken nosses-1
slon of a cabin on Read Island, and ls
defying capture. -A party of constables !
are trj'ins to get him, or burn htm. out.
ON RETIRED LIST.
i WAKIEINGTON. March 15-Rear
Admiral John A. Howell, next to AH.
mtrai Dewey, the ranking offWr of the?
.Navy, ream en the age of 2 today,, and.
was rUced on the retired mu y
fcraker for It, 2nd P.IcLasrb and
Harris Oppose It
THE LATTER SENATORS RAISED
THE QUESTION OF ITS CON
Secretary of State Hay Asked for In
formation as to Why Americans
with Relief for Suffering Boers
Wer Not Allowed to Penetrate
British Lines in
South Africa A
- Democratic Caucus.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 14. Through
out the session of the Sonata today.
the ship subsidy bill was under consid.
oration. The measure was discussed
by Foraker, McLaurin and Harris.
Foraker supported the bill, although
he admitted that he would have pre
ferred to build up an American mer
chant marine by a levying of discrim
inating duties. McLaurin and Harris
opposed the measure ; on the ground
that it was net constitutional; They
maintained hat it was class legisla
tfon, which amounted' to Jittle short of
a robbery of the people, for the bene
fit of a few ship-owners.
IN THE HOUSE.
WashinRlon, Mar. 14. The 1 louse to-
oSiy passed the iostofflce appropriation
blfl. The only-amendment Qf .Imiwr
tance,. adopted w as one to incorporate
In the bill the provisions of the bill to
classify the Rural Free Delivery ser
vice, iassel . few days ago, !
The Burleson resolution, (ailing on
the Secretary of State for facts relating
to the case of Dr. Thomas and wife,
wua adopted after, a short detxtte, in
the'eourse of which Hitt, chairman of
the Committee h Foreign Affairs, In
troduced a. letter from Secretary Hay,
explaining what the Department of
?ta.te had done In the premises.
The House also passed a. bill to In
clude the Colville Indian Reservation,
in the state of Washington, under the
genertil f rise, homestead act, ond for the
relief of bona fide settlers in the forest
Favoring 1 the Boers, .j
WaKhlnRtttn. Mar. 14. Representa
tive Randall, of Texas, totfciy circulu.ted
among his colleagues of the louse a
petition for a caucus of the Democratic
members to consider what course
should be adopted- vin relation to the
tlovernment's ; attitude toward the
Boers. The petition 'was addressed to
Representative 'Hay,' chairman of the
Democratic caucus, and framed March
19th as the time for gathering. The
signatures were very general on the
Democratic side of the House, and the
caucus will probably be held, although
no call has yet been Issued. ":
ine icepupucan conference on Cuban
reciprocity lasted from 2 until S p.
and nt Urn conclusion Chainnjtanj kayne
Said the conferees had come t no con
elusion and had adjourned until tomor
rtw. The IrxHvldual member said
thait the prostect. for an agreement
were rxI, but that the- form of the
aigreetnent was Mill In doubt.
, Chinese Exclusion. . -;
W'ahlnRtfm, Mar. 14.-HK-reitor Pen-
rose, who has trwirRe of the Chinese
exclusion bill, gave i notice today that
upon ihe disfioMttlon of the bill provid
ing for the protection of the Pstdent.
he would move to mske the, Chinese
exclusion bill unfinished business on
the calendar, with the obJf!f seeur-
InR the earliest possible consideration
for It. , -.
Hague Convention. '
Washington,. Mar. . 14 The : SenaU
sfwnt an hour In Executive sctwlon to
day.; on the -onvention Rrowlng out of
The HaRu'e Peace Conference, jrelating
to the conduct ot wer on land and sen.
tnd flnlly ratified the aRreement with
out divisifm. The most Important fea
ture of the trnatjf-, the contents of
which hwve been generally known, 1
that prohibiting the use of "dum dum"
bullets. : j
Bryan and Watte rson.
Washington, Mar. 14. W. J.J Bryan
tfKiay again visited rwmbers j In the
crtiby of the IIuse, and met a, latere
numliw of members,; While be was
the center of attraction In the crridhr,
Henry Watterson,, of Kentucky. , was a
notable, flRure on the floor of the Chain
tx-r In Conference with Representative
Richardson, of Tennessee.
y AN UGLY WRECK.
Four Men Badly Hurt In a Serious
KNOX, : Ind Mar. 14 The west
bound ; NIckelplate fwascnger train ran
into an open switch, resorting tn . dis
astrous wreck. The following persons
were severely Injured: M;':"
A. A. Sch wind, engineer. :f ; --
Jim Dal ton, fireman, ,',
d It. Alexander,- baggageman f r .
.William Browne, mail -clerk. i -
The traln was running at a high
speed, when tt collided with a number
of frright cars standing on the side
track. The hagRage csr was torn to
piece and the engine and six freiRVtt
cars were Hied In n. heap and destroyed
ro one was killed. i
A BRILLIANT FUNCTION.
England s King and Queen Hold
LfNrXJN. March 14. King Edward
and Queen Alexandra tonight held the
first evening court of Abe new reixn.
This function, replaced the drawing
room.' The court was held in the fcaUl
room of Buckingham palace.' Nothing'
so , brilliant has been seen since tlio
early-days of the reign of Queen Vlc-
torla. - - - ' :. I ,
King Edward appeared to! be In the
best of health and spirits. Queen Alex
andra wore a golden yellow, jdr est, .em
broidered with Irises.- She wore a dia
mond crown. Among striking beauties I -all aiC buSV Catinf awav nt
nriXMit was T-rlvIi Arthur TSnttor thl - ' J "l
d4ughter of General Anson Tstager,
sthe United States.
THE KING REBUKED. :
LONDpN", Mar. 7. There was a
striking scene In the City Tiraple yes
terday, when during the course ot his
sermon Rev. Joseph Parker, D. D., ad
ministered a pointed rebuke t to King
Ed ward, which was loudly applauded
by the congregation.. Having alluded
to the public bouses as "trap-doors of
bell." Dr. Parker referred to he King's
recent brewing of beer while visiUng
-Pray for me-cald the EWlrtne. "that
I may speak delicately, loyally. If
King orews Deer.'v nat can
In subieefs ' cf lrlnklng it?
King does is likely to be Imitated by
others. If the King goes toi a Sunday
concert, as he did recenily, he deals
deadly blow to the Englishman's Sun
TO HIS REST.
BAKER CITT, Or Mar.
Brown, county commissioner
county for the past eight years.
this afternoon, aged CL
KILLED IN RUNAWAY.
ST. JOSEPIL Mo.. March II Charles
Atiere, aged SO, one of the anti-slavery
pioneers or Kansas, was killed near
Seneca, Kan.. , today, lit a runaway.
Keep Up a Brisk Atti ck.
upon , that .bad cold, and do not wait
for it tb "wear Itself out." Perry
Dtvis' Painkiller Is a iwwerful ally.
Use It internally, wljth warw sweeten
ed water. Rubit well Into the Inflam
ed throat andore chest, ami when the
foe has taken flight youi w ill -understand
why time" and spasmodic compe
tition makes no difference In
larity of the one Palnkij
STRIKE AT NORFOLK.
Boycott Was Raised Against
Company Last Night. . )
NORFOLK, Va Mart h 1
tKt aRainst the eleetric and
of the Nrfolk Railway & IJgbt Cnn-
pany ws raised tonlRht by
tral Labor Union. The boyciiMt agalnttt
car company; yvnt
There were very
luroances toniRnt. j ne strike is no
nearer -a settlement than oh ths first
day.. i : j
BACK TO WORK
. - 1
Freight Handlers in Boston
ly Returning to Wor
BOSTON. Mass., March 15The laW
situation in thiscity is gradually as-
suminR normal conditions, kind today
the great majority of the freSRht hand
lers, teamsters and expressirten return
ed to. work As anouneed by Governor
CTane tonlRht, the disposltlion qfr all
parties is to allow a reasonable time to
to be patient.
and in the
A STEAMER WRECKED.
No Trace of the Crew Can Be Found-
All Are Lost.
HALIFAX, N. S., March li The Do-
minion Coal Company's steamer Tiber
has been w recked five mib s west, of
Canso. The steamer Is below water.
No trace of the crew has been found.
and H is likely all perlshedJ She tar
fled t crew of twenty. -'
THE -STRIKE ENDS.
BITTTK, Mont., Ms rch 15.4-A special
to the Miner7 from MImouIi at that
the strike of railway trainmen and
switchmen f the Rocky Mountain di
vision of the Northern Padfl
was deiared off this afte.rm
understoot all the' men-who
? lull way
sni It Is j
will b rein t ted w henever n oppor
t unity ycxists.
FELL INTO A SHAFT.
JACKSON. Cal, March IS At the
Kennedy mine, David De Rlrf-cl fell in
to thf shaft. - falling 2fK f-et. His
arms, legs, ana I tie greater tortion of
Mi head, were torn from lh boly.
A Wife Says:
" V havs four children. Vilhibe first I
three I auffcreJ almost unbearable rams from
17 ft f ..i LiLL.tLj ...
.Z t J P" unocT
the miluencc ot chloroform. I kited three I
wnm m viotner m rrtena cctorc our last I
cnna came, watch
if a strong, fat and
healthy boy, doing
my fouscwork up
lo wit Kin two bourt
of birth, and suf
fered but a (tw hard
pains. This lini
. ... I
ment Is the grand
est remedy vet
will do for every woman what k did for the
Minnesota mother who writes the above let
ter. Not to use it during prrjnancy b a
msrtai to be paid, for in pain and suffcrinr.
fuxnT m rr$ttrequtpt, the patient with gi
strong body and clear fntcCecL which to
turn are imparted to the chili, lit relaxes
the muscles and allows them : to cjtpaad. It
relieves morainf idencas and neWotsncss.
tt puis aJI fhc ma cooccrned
as perfect !
condJtios) for the f mainour, so that
labor b short and practically painless. Dan-
get of rbing or hard breasts k
avoided, and recovery k merely a
a lew days.
Dmggists esa SUUmt's Fries w SI
i The BradCeU Rcc-nLator Co., Atlaau, Ca.
Sea tmt ear. free II1sstrate4 took,
For sale at DR. STONES dru!ff stores.1
GET YOUR SHARK.
Chinee, Hindu, Japancc,
Blackman, Whiteman, Redman
the world s food supnlv
very day-t-three times a day.
Every man woman and child
is entitled to a share. .
;Are you getting yours?
Does it do you good? T
1 If not, you are losing flesh
nd need Scott's Emulsion.
MUCfl nCh lOOd lnilttlCSpaCC
I ...tL -..U.: . ..ir
the! rine- that's SeottS Em ulsion
It provides an easy way to get
properly fed. .
When disease, or weakness,
or worry cause loss of flesh
take Scott's Emulsion. It
feeds and strengthens till one
can cat anythingnd enjoy it.
It restores the flesh of you
Send lor Tnm Sample.
?COTT & DOWN r, Otcmitfa. Pearl St N. Y.
JOS. SIMON IS
'. - - -' ;..;4 'j.'.. . . -.j.
The Multnomah Coanty Primaries
Declared Against film 2
LOST CONTROL OF CONVENTION
BY ABOUT .THIRTY VOTL3
The Polk County Convention , Met Y-
terdsy, Nominated Hon. George
for Reprccntative and
Sent a Geer Delegation1 to the Stile
Convention The County
Were Also Placed in
PORTLAND, March 15. The anti
Simon ticket hsS elected a majority of
of the county convention, .
Portland. Or..f March i"v-The Repub
lican primary? election today lenilted In
the uccosof . the lndeiendciit .ticket.,.
With a few outtjihg precincts In Mult- ,
mimah; county; to hesr from, the Inle-
indents ele4el nlout 9S out of a total
of 12 delegates, to the count)? conven
tion. The result Is a defeat fr the fac
tion' of- the party represented by Unltei
States Senator Simon. j. ;, . )
In Polk Count.
Iallas, March Ji The polk comily
RUiblb un Convention totly iion.ln.it - .
ed Hm.-George lifiwklnn, by. mcrl.iinj -tlon.
lo su-ceel .himself urn Represent -live
In thf IRlHature. Hawkins iA a
Hinion. tnah.V The tickelS .naint-d foi-lows:-
; ' .. ' ", ';'.- -. -
T, J. Graves; MtK'oy. nheriff ' '
U. S. IiiiRhary, clerk. I "
t, I. Vtlder, 1 ndepemb-
sloner. '."- . .; i . -. . . .i
I. M. Calbreaih. 'Bu-n Vlsti, tteii '
urer, .. . . . :- ' i.'.- ."
L F. Yo um,TlaIlss. asie-ir. ! ,
sTbe del-calf to the state - convert! Ion
Mt as follow.- j
Fshlt"I5utlr. H. C, ". k'irkpxtrb kl
W. Wann. K. C. Keyt. T. W. Clark;
rerciva.t, v. ,. Vasral, J. N. Ilrt,
A. iMy. i"' '
This Isyt tleer deb-Ration. .
ROBBED THE EXPRES3.
A MessengerMissing Who Is Aecud
of Stealing Twevle Hundred I
"Dollars. I '
: . - .; ' ' A ' .i.-'-.w.
-f 1.4 seas essw ...
,r""if"W'";'. in-i-. Aisrtn i-.--
The aRent of the A!ans Express t orn,
iny yesterday, at firasll. Iswore out h-
w"r",n asainsi- iirry McKee, ih
m n . . . . i
messenger., who had
run on the Vandalia road,: lntwen In-'
dUnaolls and Kl Iiti!,rbarKtnx biirt
w jth tetlnga parkng crtatalning
In treasury notes, sent tolhe Rii ll
National a link of Btasll.
Come to the United States to
: '-. - '
HAVANA.-' Marih IS, Secretary Vf
State Tamavo and Mayor Capo'e sall
ffr the United SUtc torrlKhK' Tr.
RO to consult Thomas Estrada Palms
Prenldent-elect of Cuba, with resard to
the inauguration of the new tjovefn-
ment. Governor General, Wood will
probably leave Havana heat week.
FAKk LETTER DENOUNCED.
BURLINGTON, Vt.. March IS. In a
letter t the F'ree Press. Kenstor Re-J-
field I'roor denounced n absurd M
ter recently 'pubtishAff and sfttrtb'ite.i
to him; favoring the Mimcx ttNm of Cu
ba as (s solution of the Cuban pn"blerri.
The Senator declares he wre no r.tieh
letter, and that It wholly ml&iej.f eie-nl
PAINTERS STRIKE. '
ST. LOUIS. Mo, March ' H.-At the
close ,of work t'Kiay. all meliers of the"
Intematinns! Brotherhood of I'ulnt-ix.
teeorators and Paperhangers In St.
Louis, numbering! about 1440 pn-n. an
nouncef they woufd not return to wok
until an- increase of CO cenli a djr in
wages is granted.