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FALEM, OnEGON.NFKIDAT, MA ECU 2?, 2 SO 2.
, LINE BUILDING
Ccnstrcctlcn: IVcrlf Coder Way
-. - .
and a Large force
18 PUTTING UP THK POLEH FROM
HI L VERTO N TO MT; ANGEL IM
MIGRANT! ARE COMINQ;lN AND
MAKING THEIR HOMES IN MAR
SILVERTON, March ,23. A. II.
5 r ..t,-i
Kurtz, manager of tb Union Power
' Co., h Wge force of men at .work
constructing the new;electric light fine;
the tnn who aVe' putting up the pole
panned through Hllverton Mtnday, ami
will reach ML Angel, iBa few day.
T. W. Riches, C. W. ; Younggren a nd
I . Adams . were k-lected del gate
froyi Silver jx(3e V 2L, I. O. O. F.,
to the Grand Lodge! which meet; at
Newport on May 2tlh ;. '
J.-Cr Berry and J. I. Karter?r, who
have been vlsitlngj relative here. de
parted Monday for tlielr home In jLo?
ganton. Pa. They are welj pleased With.
Ortw and may locate here later. f
Anotber.lOt of immigrant arrived in
Hilverton Katurdayj Lwrt and wlJI locate
In the vicinity.".-., r ! 1 ? j
v T. W, Riches was a Portland vlaitor
last week. .. "-, j - " ' .
T. II. Hlbbard fapnt laat wjeek in
.Portland; rrturninif iiturda.
,lloy Ruaaell, of Portland, in heme on
a week's -vacation. ;j
J II. Brooks retuxrNd from Portland
Monday. " -. (,
Mrs. J. S. Fltzwrvteivc-nt y Portland
Monday to join h?r hutanJ( vho baa
loc ated there." i 1
ALL POLICE RESIGN.
Not an Officer on Duty Refuted to Do
HELENA. Mont . ; March 23.-. Last
night at 5;3'Jt when tin? day police force
were relieved from duly, every man of
the force tendered to i Chf f Police
Travis his resignation. .and at 6 o'clock
thin morning the entire nl$ht force fol
- lowed suit, leaving tin- city without a
singular, regular poller officer on duty.
The n-aHn assign by - the. retiring
-. lieemen wan that -thlyhfcd been order--ed
by the Chief to take a : leave" of ab
sence from the Dth o the "th.of. April
-for the purpose of doing detective work
in the interest of Mayor Frank ,Ed
" ward, who in a candidate for re-election.
Mayor Edwards denies that' any
sueh Instructlons-wefc rven to -the po
lice force. The majvor promised that
he would at once fill 'he vacant-lcV, but
- up. to 2 p. m. ,tmt a slncl-- police officer
In on duly in Helena
Kd uardu li a or.Ki)id.'il- fir rc-eloc-tfrin
and will i In-fure the Republiican
Jlty convention,, (o.besheld 'Friday- niaht
. -.and'a.k for the n miiMtin
rvr inn tq
taction or tim . party--14 n'.'ic
"ecure I ho rtornlrMtiijji of I.)r. IV'ilit.tm
Tr''.v. .-nd alrt-ady -J Af;h' lW.tw.fii
the two f-ictjun haj" k row ii exctcdinif
ly. hUltr. ' ' ; "
Th; i oliiTtUcn rt that tln.y were
periori!Ily lnrlrg-tfd , by: th Mayor to
att'ni th firlniarei'nnd to a-rrcat 'ill
iintl I;Mvrd lteii'o'i'iMi. Tht- m n
1 f.-iir to KdwfildP were ttj'vjiic ii
coiorcfi "tl kr f and th. riot : havinK
1bm 1 1 k-t .. vt-tm t. i-t taknti ' )nj nnd
.: H Kcd lip . Ulilli . f Vr tlie pi lut:iri-
w re over. After holding ii ctfiiijja
Mnn anionx-1 If wen ttny l-cid;.l -that
M would be b'ttcr lo iuit unw and
avint fmib'i IrotibU-' with "tit" Mnyor,'
A-;nriPntrly ih-y hamhl in 'b'-tr rr'n--nallo?i
l it fvenititf. 1 h" ir, toberw of
tlf "rilitht t'ifi t' ifT( tliiu r rfio tin on
' doty init it morning. -
Jit i at xi- l- rrcj.l pH' ViiiN -ii a rtilt
f tliW Hun,, arid rt--ii'Ti f lh
Mavor have adva ri'- d 4harxM ( 'ib
r'y. Hrn' f die fiMOi who.'tult' have
!- n on, tii.-" fu't-c. 'for! fmirtfen year.
NIvW i,;ENi;itAI MANA'iiytt. 1 ,
TA"i.M A.' Vah ; Mai. 2.V Th
l'dfr tomorrow will afy: W. 1
Piiri ", icrfit-ritr jnari.iK "r N'oittu rii i
4 llj" flllron I, h ia riifTHI aiid'will Im
iiUn.tfJii1 liy T hottfcta t cp i, iiow aa-
rlMt.int. Pi tti pt!ld'ta. with ii-.vi
pi.irivrn .t "fon;. J
A NEW. MAR 1 1 At.
Wa'ahJ M 1 1 ,
.-', - II
ll"filtln, of Hbiri-i wan today -Tor
je illy lnhl.U,bt aa l?rti-l HtateM .Mar
shal for thw Diwtrb-t of Washington, to
policed V, ,1 le,of Taijuna, Kh
term espired. . i '
C A IT A IN FRANCIS DEAI.
HEATTLi:. Wttsh'Mar.' 2".-Captain
'Edwiu H. Frarn Is. for rmr thun twen
ty. five ytfirs fiiM nuthoHty on navlga
tlon'of Al okmi baiter and atji bfBi I d
of lb United Ht ten eoart ari l geot-HC
survey. 0bd to!ay.j ;
' A (IIUND CaUNCH V
SEATTLE. Wash,! Ma 2S.Meinr
tera of the Tloy.U Artinum of Waah
Indoti met i tday and organised . i
grnnd wumll of that ;boly. Th order
ha over a thousand metnbers in this
state. - ,- . ' ' - ,-
Lefijii Itlanks Statesman
On Jellies K
. prmerrea and pleli lr, sprf m&
Wtll tii tH-.m nJijJ -t mnMtor sn
a rrtmf. -'ir Hranxt ftnfflM ta mi
WMfnl In ft duf nttwt wars bt IH
Imm. I'ttil irrtHn In mch pmchmcm.
STANDARD OIL CO. '
. .18-1.: . . ri-f
"7 "iiyaaais'ir . i
IOWA MINERS TO STRIKE, i
Operators Crvon Until Monday Night
to Agre to Demands Mad.
DEH MOINES. Ia March 2-Unleaa
the unforeseen Iran pi re, every miner
in Iowa, will walk out at mldnlgrht,
March Si, and a strike will bi lnsU
tuted. the connequeneea of which can
not be. foretold. At the joint confer
ence of .the miner and : operator thla
morning;; the ismie were atuarc!y
drawn, and the operator formally an
nounced- that they will not agree to
emp:oy slut-flrers. nor will they agree
to the prriforjn day wjt scale de
manded. President Reeae. In behalf, of
the- mlnworkerv aked; the operator
if they would arbitrate their tUffer-
enirea, - The perator nauy retuaea.
The Joint 1 c-onference adjourned, to
reaMKmble at o'clock for final at-tlon.
The miner Immediately! went Into ae-
tret seaaion to d-t ermine upon a course
to" purfue. Am previously outlined by
President Reese, failure reach airree
ront will operate to effect a general
walkout next Monday nllght at .the ex-
H ration of laat years atrreernenL
A Party f Distinguished People from
the Kingdom Arrives in Seattle.
SEATTLE. "Wash.. March 25. Count
MattrOkata, ex-Premier of Japan, etnd a
member of the advbjory
board to the
EmtK-ror, arrived here
today w 1th ' a
dl-tlnRUiJ!hed Japanj!c party, on a trip
around the world to s
tjonditlons. STK-aking- of the relations
'Theapanese fully reallae that it is
to' their beet InlereaU to foater the aair
Icabte relation exjatlnsr with the Unit
ed States. . Thia will not be a hard taek
for the United State has Immense in
terest in the far East, riot only th'f Ja
pan, but ia regions Wheire the friend
ship of Japan will be of great value.'
SELLS MEAL FOR
New York Restaurant a Boon to Econr
- r omically Disposed.'
NEW i YORK, March 2B. .In an at
tempt to show how cheajkly the human
body .lean be palatably . nourished, a
unlqu one-cent restaurant wa
opi ned today In this city.
L The one-cent
dltfhea are limited,- however, to large
1hvv1.i of aoups, stoaxned
nd barley. The meal vlll cost from
to 1 trtts. . All of the one-cent por
tions contain food elements which are
rald to be sufflclent to supply the nour
ishment required in & full meal.
A BRUTAL CARTOON.
What a German Com io Paper Thinks
of Prince Henry's Recent Visit.
RERLIN, Mar. 2.V .simpHelsaimus,
an illustrated! journal rwrteil for the
bruUiJiLy of its cartoons, ippe-irs today
witha -draw-lng;. representing. Miss AIA
ice Roosevlt at sesi. in in own boat,
an Ininiens.; fat hog in one end of : the
Wmt, 'and Mlrs Rtwaevelt standing In
th e other, hobllri a pig wrapi'ed in thi
Ktara and trrpis. The drawing is in-
tcrilM'd- v , j- : '
"We received Jour iiiiit; you must
avlrnit our hog." ,
I i LARGE MINING PEAL:
A Quarter of a Million paid for the
Golconda Near Baker City. '
HA K Kit CITY, Or, Mar.. 25, The
f olconda-mlne seven Tijiiles west ot
Sumpter, was sold tfday(
ciah. The mine ' was w
i. and John T.- English,
ned by John
are ; capiliil-
HlinolM. - Th purc liaserK
lots and biiifdoesM rnen of I
Tht Ih the' biiRest slnKl
l"iil ever rerdi in J'iStin Ouegon.
Stats Delegates for Moody, land Johns
for Governor, 'Ceer
IJAKKft :ITV, Or
Mar. 26. The
I'.uker Coumy Ittpulll4n
t wlay d'j.iti'd . 1 b'Kales
to the . Htale
M'ouvetiiion. The friends
irtan MfMMly coritrolled thje ji-on vent ion,
and a large majority of the atato dele-
Kates an for hi renoml nation.
! legates "are for C. A. Julins fori cjoy-
ertror, with 5e-r as a m-n
i in " . i i
A DESPERATE EFFORT
Be Mad to Prevent th Sal
hm Danish West Indies. .
imnent of th ai of -The iJanlHh, West
Inllr to the Unltt States Intend to
make" a, desperate effott to Indue
(Jueeit Alexandra and I the Dowager
Empress of Itussl t, daugtilets of the
King of Denmark, toj ln'trven and
prevent jth ? rut flcatlori of , the treaty
by the Landlhlnir.
A FEND LYNCHED.
Negro Sleeping Csr Porter Assaulted
an Aged Woman In Colorado.
- PUtaiLO. Colo, Mar. 2f..-A pe1al
to the hieftaln from La, Junta, says; 5
,r v . it. vt a i race, a negro wieeptng ear
pirter, wti. lynched tonjlght Ton .the
court house square, by a mob of 4000
pwcple. Wallace brutaliylaesaulted an
aged woman at La. Junta ast BlghL
y PIONEER Gf)ED MINER.
SALT LAKE CITY. Ttah. Mar. 2'..
jame urown, was was wtth Jos
W. Marshall, when the first discovery
of gold was nud In California In 148,
died today, aged 4 3. years.) Hrown was
a : mctnber of the "Heverttles," and
Patriarch of, the MonmrQ rhur-h." lie
left twentyone, children and 126 grand
children. - -y--'' i: :
otis has jnirriRED. j
WASHINGTON. March Major
General E.- S. Otis closed his active
career in the army todiy. by reason id
a. and vwt go into retirement lie
wui-cx- ceeerfj in cnmman-1 or the
Department of the Iikes by Major
WEARY OF LIFE.
ASULA.M), Qr.. March 23 J. It. Gar
rett, i carpenter, committed suicide
yeaterday by drownlog in Hear creek.
The cause of the at Is sUit08ed t
have been despondency.
CECIL RHODES' ILLNESS.'
CAPE', TO W N. M rr h 26. tecft
Rhodes experienced a lad heart attack
yesterday afternoon. At midnight he
wa weaker than at any time during
hU ilincts. .
MORGAN ON THE
: WITNESS STAND
Asswered tbc Qaestlsns Ultboat
;Appe2ran3e of Reserve
v - -:
A TEN MTLI..ION DOLLAR TRANS
ACTION DID NOT 8EE?I A LAUOE
ONE TO HIM HE LIKES TO DO
BUSINESS WITH JIM HILL.
t ' 1 ' . - ' ,
NEAv YORK, March 2. J. P. Mor
gan gave evidence today before Special
Examiner Maybe, In the suit of Peter
Power against ; the -;iNort hern Paejilc
Company. He was o,aetioned for two
hours and a half, by George Alfred
Lamb, of the counsel for Power, and
during that time he answer d the ques
tion rapidly and without the slightest
appearance tots reserve.; ': :; '
Morgan testified that' he had made a
large sale of Northern Pacific stock to
J. J. Hill. ' ': -. - ;
"How much wa it?" asked Lamb.
"I cannot remember."
"Somebody has testified here that it
"WeU, that may be." '
! "This seem a rather large transac
tion. Can -you not tell us something
about the negotiations?" asked; Lamb.
"A tenmill ion purchase of stock
does not Aem a very big transaction
to me. I have forgotten the, details."
Said Morgan .'Hill and I worked to
gether. I'll work with him any time.
Morgan said be did not help organise
the Northern Securities Company but
he approved the plan. The witness
wanted to rput his Northern Pacific
stock in a company that was so large
that nobody could buy it. If it was
deposited" In a small company it might
be ibought. Witness "said J. P. Morgan
& Company held about 120.000 or 130,000
shares of Northern Securities stock at
the present time. ' ' y . .
Morgan denied that there was any
understanding in the organization of
the Northern Securtie Company look
Ing to the control of rate or traffic, or
any agreement that would In any. man.
ner! obstruct or contemplate the ob
struction of commerce. - '
LINN COUNTY REPUBLICANS
Held Their County Convention at
' bany Yosterday.
ALBANY. Or., March 26. The Linn
county Republican convention was ij-ld
in, this city yesterday In the armory,
convening at 10 o'clock a. m., and icon
tlnuing in session all day. The pro
ceedings, were carried on hai monioufcly
throughout, except for a few minor
disturbances which - Were occal.n-?d
througti the atterrt(ds of D. F. llard
nian arid 'bus fc-w followers to gain
prominent recognition," In Which they
failfi in every instance. -Tha most
notable andj interesting feature of the
convention was the selection of; a! list
of delegates to the ' Slate Convention.
There were two tickets in the tleld. one
lateled the Whitney ticket (candidate
for Statfi Printer) and 4he other label
ed the G'f ticket." On the latter
ticket II. F. ilardman's name apptai
ed. This gejitleman proftssed to be a
strong supitorter of Governor --Oeer, but
a true friend of tic- Gjvernor apri!ed
him of 4:he fatl, and tbwvernor fleer at
ori ; w ired a'renoonse, which telegram
was read before the convention and
wai to. the effect that Governor Ger
4 did not: conKl-ler-Hard man either a
fib nd or a upjxrter, and denounced
any ticluet which Hani-nan h-aded or
on which tylx nalne apfa-ared. The lei
j if mm acted as a thunderbolt uon the
convention, and. at the eoneUi-don f
th ri ad! ng, I lard man-leaped to his
fe-t and exclaimed that If any one had
evr raid or Intimated that he was not
a sutrKrt"r of 'Governor Geer, sucft ,m
one waa a liar.. At the wn liwlon of
hi harangue N. M. Newport took the
lb air and gave I lard man ttw lie. jThere
was considerable excitement In the
wmvi ntlon for several rnomnts but
t-iiet was soon estabUsiied and -when
a vote was taken ufxin the two u:e.
gitlor.i-. It resulted in ; an overwhelm.
in ii victory ' for th Whitney deleg
t ton, by a vote, of 157 to 30. When the
vote was a-nnounced Mr. llar.fnnan
arose andj moved the convention that
th delegation be instructed for Geer,
which motion was t unc.remoniouly
vote-i down showing th dltxwltlon of
the convention to, sit down hard upon
anything proposed by Hardman; still.
while the delegation Is unpledged ex
cept for Whitney for State Printer.
It Is strongly- In favor of Governor
Geer and will give him Its support in
the State Convention. The county
ticket a named by the convention and
the delegates to the Ktal and Con
gressional Convention follows- . I
Senatmrs Percy R. Kelly. ,
Kepresentatlves CLa. H. Hurggraf,
u. cjornett, jj. li. Glass. i
Clerk J. . .Van Winkle.
Sheriff Joseph Hume,
Assessor D. B. McKn'.ght.
Treasurer James Elkins. '
Surveyor Hugh O. Fisher.
Coroner Wm. Fortmlller.
Commissioner O. H. IluS.sell; '
Chairman Linn County Central Com
mittee N. M. Newport. ;
. Delegates to tha State Convention
N. M. NewpVrt J .It. Davis, Percy R.
home In Mt. Angel from a visit to Mrs.
A. B. Veal. D. K I'pmrVer. A M Tem
pleton, T. W. Starr, A. JViater. Dr. J.
C, Booth, R,Hjbler. Eugene Fisher and
Griff King. ' . 7
Delegates to ahe Congressional Cotv
ventfon 11, If. Hewitt. - W. M. Brown.
C. II. Winni W. M. Stewart. T. F. Hick
man, Jarnea Elkln. Percy E. Hume, J.
H. Tunth. J. W. Miller. -G. W. Wrlaht.'
iw. m. li. tnuh. J. It, WyatC F. M.
Brow n tvi 8 CV WorrelL I
WILLIAMS FOR MAYOR. )
PORTLAND, Or, Mar. ,26. In cau
cus tonight, a. jfnsjority of the rfele-
gate to the Republican city convent
lion, which meet tomorrow, decided to
nominate ex-PnlU-d State Attorney
General Oa H. William for mayor.
PARIS. March 26. It 1 announced
from Nice, that while William K. Vsn
dcrbilt Jr. ' and D. W. Bishop were
passing on an automobile lae night,
through the villa ce of Le, Luce, they
..IN "HIE SPHEfiG.
n you nave thai urea - reeling,
nrrV'ou and irleeplesa. la a goodj
time to take a few doses of Hoctetter
Stomach Bitters, It is an Ideal spring
rr.edicine and blood purifier, and will
cure dyspepsia, indigestion, malaria or
liver and krd.tey trouble. Try It. Our
private stamp Is ovtr the neck of the
. . IIOTEITER'S
; stomach cincns
PATRICK FOUND GUILTY.
Nin Weeks cf Trial, Three Hour of
: ' Deliberation.
NEW YORK, Match 2?. Albert T.
Patrkk, the. lawyer, was this evening;
convicted of (the murder, on September
22, 190O, of the agej millionaire recluse.
William Marsh Rice. ' The penalty un
dor the statute Is death In the electric
chair. A scant three hours of deliber
ation at the close of the trait, prolong;
ed for nine weeks, and replete with
sensational Interest, sufficed to enable
the jury to reach a verdict. The' issue
of the trial establishes the charge that
Patrick conspired with Rice' valet.
Chaa, F. Jones, to obtain possession of
the aged1 Texan's estate, estimated at
17,000,000, and that Jones killed hi em
ployer by the administration of chloro
form at the' direct1 instigation of Pat
rick. In anticipation! of a scene ot ex
citement In the event of a yerd.ct of
guiiiy, me unusual seep was taxen ot
ordering all women tq leave the court
room. Among, them were the prison
ers two sisters. i -
At the word "guilty," pronounced by
Foreman Machell not the slightest
change ; passed . over Patrick' face
Recorder Goff fixed a week from Mon
day as the day on which to pronounce
sentence. . : V ' . -
The verdict was known ahnosf im
mediately In the corrldo Where the
women relatives and friends ,., of . the
prisoner were waiting, and a scene of
great excitement ensued.
Screaming hysterically.- the prison.
er's eldest sister ran about the corrMor
begging to be allowed to see: her broth
er. Mrs. Francis, with whom Patrick
boarded, fainted, and, on 'recovering,
broke from her -attendants and rushed
intothe court room.
THIS EDITOR IN CONTEMPT.
H Published a Cartoon Ridiculing a
HONOLULU, Mar. 16, via San Pran-
jlaco. Mar. 26. Walter G. Smith, edi
tor of the Advertiser, wa today found
guilty of contempt by three Judge of
ihe Firrt Circuit Court and was sen
tenced to thirty days In Jail on account
fd a -artoon he iublishedn which rep
resented Judge Geer in the attitude of
blessing a tough looking citizen, who
was assaulting a woman! b!y biting her
ear. . r - -
Th Supr'iue C'ourt at once issued a
writ of habeis corpus, returnable April
?Iai on which the editor ia now at lib-
eity. The matter will prclKibly.be sub
mitted to the' Washington Government.
BIG MINING DEAL
Mad, in Thunder Mountain Claims
What On Firm Controls.
WALLA, VVALijA. Wanlvl. Mar. 2S.-r
tievfiilwti clsUms. lying In a clrcbi riJ
tnost entirely- closing In, the Dewey
property on Thunder j Mountain, were
today jairchiuel by Moitr & t'amplWll.
of this city. The price paid which is
in the- hundred of thotuxthd. waa not
made public. The hotdlnar of "Moore &
Camptiell now inc lude the entire sum
mit of the Thunder Mountain projrty
and laahtrilng I'-ak. as well as por
tions cf the slop of each. The pur
chase war Jfrmn Root, Kanburg, and
tht lr,aerocitea and is the bigg t -deal
thus Tar oriturimad In this 'district.
THE TROUBLE SETTLED.
No Likelihood of a Strrk of Anthracite
Miners Henna Arbitrated It.
NEW YORK, Mar. ; 26. Regarding
the irieetlnj f the co4 miner repre
sentatives and ;. tha c-onclliatlon .-can
mlttee of the - Civic Federation, the
Herald Will say tomorrow:
"There la no likellhioi of a strike in7
the anthracite district Oris year, Th
miner have formulated their detnads
and the merators wilt prolably nect
therri the lest way they can. ,
'This announcement wa -made lat
hlgHt, ttn . behalf of authority,' after
Senator Hanna's conference with J, P.
How' Thi! .
We offer One. HundredxDtdlars Re
ward for any ce of Catarrh, than isn-
not be cured by llaaf Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY, 4k CO., Prop., To
ledo, O.: ' , , . ";
We the undersigned, have known F.
J. theney for the laat la years, and b-
tieVe him prfectly honorable in Mil bus
iness transactions, and financially able
to carry out any obligations mae by
their firm. ' -.- -.
West V Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Toiexlo. . Walding. Klnman & Mar
vin. WJartlesale Druggists, Toledo, ,0.
HaU s Catarrh Cure 1 taken internal
ly, acting directly upon the -blood and
mucous surface of the system. Price,
tSfe per bottle. Sold by all Druggists.
Teattmonial-free. .1 ',. ; r
Hall Family Pill are the best.
, AN EFI--ECTIVE ARM. '
LONDON. Mar, 26. Th War Office
has approved the new : rifle and they t
ill probably soon be Issued to the
whoteBrlilsh, army. The nw arm I
1 ounce lighter, and it barrel is five
inches shorter, but It ha the same
range- a the rifle now In us. . It will
hold, ten round of ammunition in the
magaxlne.: j,t -;.-.'- . z J' -. V;;'--
CaL, March 2. Fie
hundred student or the State Univer
sity were - vaccinated today. . free of
charg. After tomorrow night the stu
dent not filing a vaccination, certificate
will be subject toexpulsion.
Trespass .notice printed on cloth
the Statesman office.
Now Open '.'at
Triiuined anil Untrimmed Hats
all the Latest Styles. Special At
tention Given to Children's Goods.
Next Doer to
The Leading Farm Paper of the Pacific NorUi
. west 20-page ; llustraled weekly $1 per year,
i We want good agents and solicitors, and to sucli ,
t will pay a liberal commission. Write for terms.
Advertisers shot Id patronize the Homestead.
CIRCUHTION, 8,000 WEEKLY ( j
Special rates on long time contracts. Clubbing rate with thd
Twice-a-Week Statesman, if paid in advance, or within six
months after giving the order,
Office in Statesman Building.
Insurgent General Nortel
by American Troopi
A MEMBER Of HIS BODY
BELIEVED TO BE THE NOTORIOUS
G ENERAL M A EVER Wn
PROBABLY IN DISGUIHli
The Minority Merober f th Senate
Cornriilltee i the Philippine;: Is IX
sirctus of Visiting the Islands During
the Recess Tillman' Bill for Mining
Schools Presented to the Senate.
MANILA, Mar. 2. Nortel
insurgent general, wfth , the
of Malvcr still in tho Tald, h
captured by Lieutenant Rarnfond of the
Twentydghth jJnfantry, Tnere . Is
some reason to leifeve tliat orjj mem
lcr of the body guard 1 Gencriar Mal
vcr In disguise. NorM liaaVbi-en ne
tt the reeogtdxed leader of ttbi Insur
rection Inc 18SI9. '
To Visit Manil.
Washington, Mar. 26. The hi I noil
memJjer on the Hermte Conrm
the Ihlllppn-a are considering
visibility of presenting to the fdll corn-
tnittef? a proposition fcrr a islfl
JhJIipplne Island during next
Hon for th puriase of. invesl
the conditions ihere and of taking the
testlmcjny of UtuHnK tlllplno.
For Mining Schools.
Washington, Mar. 2. SenatAr Till
man, from th Committee on Mlts and
Mining, tday reorted favorably a bill
devoting a portion of the tro feeds of
the sale of public binds to the ariainte
nanon of state and territorial mining
schools. .' i '' ,.'.-;'. ' '
' ; LJt Kicked Out,
4 Waahrington, " Mar. 26. The
Committee on Election No.- 2
elded the case of Jchri J. Ietx.
Eirrmett Tompkins, for the Col
Congres. In favor of
' Th Military Bill.
WASHINGTON. Miir. 26. Trie gen
era! debate on th Military Apr
tion bit 1 w as 'com luded today, 4
consideration of the bill under he five
mlnte rule began.- During the
Burleson (Tta) renewed' hi
on Secretary - Hay on account
t-tk-gatlona regarding the IUeit
f unda ." sulserlbed
Glls.1 repliel briefly, traytng thf
re had '
been no devc iofanent la the. Inatter,
and the Secretary had done Jijll that
WHS pKlbl. '.
The Houif paiwd the,Bdresn re
lution calling on the President Vir In
ftrmation rtlatiVe to the: application of
General Miles to go to the Ihill;ilnes,
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:: TH Olso Bill.
Washington,; March 2K. Throki g hou t
today session of the Senate the oleo
margarine bill was under discussion.
CV.sUa Si? , SlS?-f(T
Dry Goods Store
i Io ym want to cctrn sofne money;,
nnd something else real nicn?
The I'acifiv Homestead wants m-re:
subscrilx-rs aid you boys anj ail la cn
help get them. ' ..
You know of mnrnr ot your r:e.gtibor
wholo not) take the ll-m-t; a i. A k
them to subscribe. It 1 tlfV Iw-wt fJini
pajar piibllshei csn", the Pai-ifle coa.-t,
Come every week and contain 20
pages. Is JliuMtated. ; 1
. !The by cr girl acnillng the arKit
numla-r of hew annual subscript Ioiij
Wf'r;:t October) I. Wz. : w Ul tri v? (Im-i
choice of premiums, the sc-oii laig'-fl
numliof scccn I choree, and fo im.
Two 6 trionths subscriptions or -,
Four 3 mouths subscriptions cunl asj
'mi. . '.' i j.. ',' - v, V
I CASH FOR WORK. .
J For every dollar, collected you keV p
2 cents and send us 75 cents wil ii '
NAME an I ADDRESS of your sub-sc-rila-r.
It sure, and give your own
rmc in nd liof and ay "JJtlZE
CONTEST." ;':.-,-.,'.-'" :. v...-;,.--:; J-j
jVe io pot object toyJur parents an I
frientls awOiing you, but scud lh-
money In Ytll'R OWN NAHK
Itememlar t.bi a la1 for N E V H I ' V.
sruiBERS ONLY. -
If pm want a few wample copjes
asir,t you, ask for them.
CONTEST CLOSES, UCr. ) 1902
' : PRIZES. f
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N N r.- 1 High , Grade lit 1tley
(Nhe In be announced .laf'tjl.---
r. 2.-Wlneh-ster R p-allng Sir'
Nc. 1 .- Black I sea ut y by A n n S
gun, - Take down, Mb-I 197.
No'. S.-fKoron Camera 4 si with ln
a. aritan'-ous syroriM trlcal lene.
No. 4. Werner' Library. of fa.tiov
boAk comprising 80 vol urn. '.. -. ,
No. 6. Jacobus Plainer Violin. 1 A
No. 6. Ang")llo Manneilo Mandolin.' -No.
7. Same sui No. . ' . -s "
No. S.--lerTnan Ac-ccrrdei n.
well, k -"v--- - '
No, 10. L.dy ' of the Lit tee, by Scot t
Next ten prise Usefuj Boidti. 'A I
dress.'. j;. ...'v : , ."'.-':-v 1 . .-.'- . :
PRIZE CONTEST. SALEM. OR.
Hops Hops Hops
If yon tu Interwrted In lop new
and prices, it will pay 70a to set tb
rekort of the
N. X. UOP BEPORTINO OO..
89 Whitehall L
New York City.
E11MET WELLS, Gen. Manager.
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MARRY, DOCTOR r'o'.
spair. "Don't do thing",
till' you nee clearly, w hat's
test by aid . of Flashlights on Human
Nat4Mr, on health, diaeaae, love, inwr
rfage and parentage.' Tell what you'd
ask a doctor, but "dorrt like to. 240
pages. Illustrated, cent; but to, In
troduce it we tfiid :wk only to any
lult for postage, 1) cents.-
Murray Hill C' E.JZ1 23th St . N. V,
-Rhode Irdand." said the little IH.
1a celebrate for bMng the nly one
in th United SUtes that Is the-wnal-lest."
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Tbe iarllamentary committee haying
the matter In charge will sanction fifty
miles additional undrground railways
w ithin the limit of London, -
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