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ISiUZO I IKHI.WUKLT SECTIONS, KiCH IC13D1T ASli TRIDAI.
52d YEAR NO- 7.
SALEM, OREGON, FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902.
SECOND SECTION EIGHT PAGES.
- BY OFFICERS
la the Philippines, Submitted
- ' to the Senate v
BY SECRETARY OF WAR
General Bell's Famous Order
to Execute a "
Prisoner I ,
WHENEVTvR j FILIPINOS MCR
r'-PEREp AfsOLDI ER Oft UNARM
ED NATIVE, t WAS BASED ON
SI M I LA It M E ASURES
BY LINCOLN: :
WAS HI NGTO N,"" May 7 Secretary
Root today submitted tt the Senate
bis- aiwwer to j the resolution of May
law, railing: for capital of any orders In
"4d tcy genera 1 Bel, j relatl ve to the
ronMtitritiri Jn Battanga-, and of
orders ixsued by General Smith to
Major Wilier, set up by the latter In
hw ufl'trt "before the court martial.
.... v jr aiwi no avKtaio srate
whether the- 'order, were, approved
'" hy General Chaffee or by the War De
partment; '" -Jia they were known in
iiyn wjaiiropn!, anl when eounter-
ma.ndirt.. r ' . .
In reply the Seore iary submit, ?,
orders oy- Genet al Bell, dajed
her s.th and 9fth,; last. In the first Gen.
t-ral .Fell r?r toHhe treachery of the
natiye to tHelr' use of Infernal ma-
t h.m find to their constant violation
of. all ruMi of civilized warfare. .There-
- ' .lt - ..... .
NruinTnnai ne was reluctant
.:. Jy obllCl o mi'l h'mIf of the rlsjht
of re aaM m 'under tho-regu'a'i na. an J
to ieal severely with the ner&on who
cormnu rih Ufnounc-eu in general or
.-duf Niy; 1)0, Gnrar Pell avr
"Th; Twk!ii;cxpetHint adopted by
the wmy, especially the jioliey of ln
timidatioh and ar.Titlnatkh, leave to
the brigade commander no other
mean of protecting either the lives of
, hi?, subordinate or Ihovj of the peace-
fulor friendly ! c'tisen, or the irter-t-ri
ut hM 1 iv'r?mieii, ags'iKCa r.p-
itrtln of K ft Jp,iiii' otiU age, except' the
enforcement of -pfTiiltlr 9, authorized
, by (hM -above cltil Iaw of warj The
' brisaje eomrr.amler therefore an
noune-i fop th information of all con
etntd. that wherever prisoners, or ttn
riwd or jl'fnK Ie. Americans, or nn
tivvi frlen1!y to the 1 Tnl ted -State Gov
" ernrnent. arc morrtPrftl or itwnwlnated
for h.i ti. .a rtaJ'oivs. and th fact can
In- estiiMi'.dx 'I. it Is bin purpose to e xe-
-tv f;.iitaip!, hi tectlonn M' n.1 ;4i
TIi-h ri:wr -f 'war will iMectef by
kit frir an.V.nrf tb olUt.r) or brbtn-
iiy-nt f 1 1 : x- na f apturej as bri-wnter of
war. iin.l vi,'l I..- 1i, n whtn-iiUct!ca-l.l.froiK
(h.-' rt h iwlurig to tfbe town
ill th m.tnler. or aHaaswinAtion
o'-rurreil. ; .
l n HI ,1 t Al'.lll? 1IIMI .lit.
il. r refirrisl io apjroveJ by Abra
h.iiii I.ii.HNiitn, ami that the orb- mn
ff.inl in titv resolni4m and inl HH'n
u.l.r nf l)( -n' biT i:kh.-were in trfct
-.irfiirmlty vitli the; Wtfrr and iririt
f .this fanioim rr. Which h av
"a.;a conti ihution of great and rco
pniz.vl value." -
'S'i-Ttary I rav nbat the U no
rc.T..n to iloubt that the olicy em
tKHllt'd In ' the above orHr. m ot
nc i he iw t effective' and humane
wh.icli iiiul'i pojribly have .txeti fol
lowl, and -tb!'! a rinse I hat ho !nJi'(l
it lias .rtvfil, he nubmll copies of
t lt'gra:T!f anmuiminjf the jsiurretder of
Malvar and 4h : wrminathm of orsmn
imil rebtance In the .Northern Philip
.. lnc. ... ; " - i " ;
, .Th Sttretary denies the knowledge
ir uny order iwufil by General Smltlt
! Major WttlifP. mich was. referred
t in ihe court-martial, and he en-
. 1'' iilSi - Ul una ' 1 .a-. ........
t rivl. Utet upon newpaper publlca-
tion a txjJtrmed by General Chaffee.
He declarinhat4U of General Smith's
written order relative to Iamar hav
1en printed by the1 Senate, and that
alf are hi tr1et conformity: with Oen
fnU OiUr No; t,0O. " I v
" cr '' i i i ''-- '
' Root Rpond
vhirton. May 7.-l-8ecretAry Root
haa mafo the following reponw to
the Ilounej resolution, calling for copiea
of all order went to General Smith and
other ofHcera. relative to the campaign
in Samar: ' -;; I - '
' "It haa not Veen emet , wle or
practicable to Interfere from' Wab
Ulngton with-th conduct of the mllU
,tary operatlonii' on the other ide of
- the world, under condition wd exi
gencies which the conrprtent andfaaiu
f ul nJmra comandinr the division of
the "IhiHppine necertly nSertod
far better than the officers of the War
Department." I .
V For 8tatthood.
WASHINGTON. May The Iloune
toilay tegran the" con i deration of ..the
bill to tnable the people of O&lahorna,
Arizona and New Mexico to form con
ittltutlons ami atate overnmeht, a.nd
Ie admitted into the Union on an equal
footing with the ortrinal States. M
Rae (Ark.1 jnve notice of an.amend-
mcnt to consHilldate Oklahoma and In
dian Territories, and admit them as
a single state. ' '. ' .
WHAT OUR DUTIES ARE
EDWARD EVKRETT HALE ON
WHAT WE 8H0ULD DO
FOR THE WORLD.
. -tAii -i- - -:--"
CHICAGO. May 7.-Rev. Dr. Edward
Everett Hale of ; Doston, has delivered
a Wture txtfore Uie. Twentieth Century i
Club on the duties of the 2oth -century.
These duties, as Dr. Hale na.w them, re-
solved themselves, into lve. which he
proce-eded to explain and urge, s
The flrt of tbea waa'Ute construc
tion of a four-traclf ratlrxicfi from Lab
rajJor to Patagonia. Thl was necea
sary to keep the human fiiinlly frotrt
being "aqueezed together" too much.
The n-xt grtjat duty ot thel c-entury,
Ir. Halt aid. jwaa the conati u.-tion of
a. Kim Jar line acrona Kuroie ;uid Asia.
This wan necessary to op n up Siberia
to the much "ajiuetzed' popuiat5n.i of
kaatfni countr.ei?.- 7M.M0 of whom
would xi tteekinjr settlement ' in tliA
country -tb comlnir ft.tr. It (would
alnerve to divert lba.000, HpHan
J.ew who wlslif-d toiMfUJe in tiiis coun
try from their purpose and locatij them
In the land of their ancKtors.
Tho third dUty of this century, the
speaker said, vifas to construct another
road, irt pursuance of Cecil Rhodes'
Idea, from the Mediterranean ! Shi to
th Cape of Good Hope. 1 i ' '
The fourth duty- was ' th faithful
treatment of the race question,' as pre.
sentsd by the n gro. the Indian an J the
Chtneses. ' . .
The last duty was the advocacy of
the doctrine of lunlveraal ieace.
Plans faking: Shape to Com
plete Portage Railway
ON THE COLUMBIA RIVER
The Basin Board of Trade to
Be Asked to As
sist REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS WILL
INCOItPOltATE A COMPANY AND
TAKE OVT-JU THE ' PROPERTY
WITH A VIEW TO COMPLETING
AND OPERATING IMMEDIATELY.
PORTIAND, Or., May 7. Tin
plans for completing the portage rail
road above The Dalies ore taking
ohaptt !The project will be taken up by
Ihe directors of the Columbia- ltain
Board of Trade,! whii-h will "moet to-
morrow. The Beard of Tradis of thi
city haa ado p fed a plan .of orKania
tlon of the new company to finish the
ro-ad and to operate it. The Columbia
IUvt Board will lie ask-kl ot approve
thv propowal of the Portland 'board
ajd to lend its Influence toward carry
Inic out the acheme. . '.. ' ,'
The amount of the, capital alol-k will
b ibtf'!rmin'd by' thf " liK-crixirafors.
Thcw will be reprc'ntatlve cltleiw
of th entire Columbiu river basin.' A
number of r.-tiHriKililf ir4-n have !rti-
f-fleil thHr wlIHnKnfss t utttrif incor-
tMrator, anfonK them bHntt Ralston
Volinier, f GenesMet'; ,tifW. Tnllant
and M. J. Kinney, Astoria; 'V. L.
Ktelnweg. North Yakima; fA. E. Cae.
Watervlile. J. W. Stearns, Pullman.
and II 31. Llbbey, Iev. ilon. i
It Is proHwed to1 sell $300,000 worth
of biniia. th liriK-eed to lx bvolnl
to putttnK' th road into.siiajw for bns-
IneH. ;Th btnda will opntilutp a
llr!L irtgace on an franchise, rlfihts
and properties fif the road. ,
It in stipulated that, the ni com
pany shall convey freight and iktHaen
gers at a Vrtiluction of not 1ms tluvn 23
per cent fronts Ihe prewnt ralinKwl
rates, end that U ihait meet any fu
ture reduction In rates made , by the
railroads.. . " "'
A tswr?m cw ' h n . beenglven y" ' t h
memlers of the old company of their
entire willingness to turn over the road.
Railroad Officers. r
PORTLAND. Or May 7. President
A. L. MoMei. of the O. IL & N. Com
pany, today Issued the following clrcu--
larS: annoiindng the -appointment -or
new offlcials of'-t.he road: ; .'
R. R, Miller, fjeneral f"Yelght Agent.
Jtarry M, Adams, Assistant General
Freight Agent, transferred from Spo
kane, vice' W. Ei Coman, wlio accepts
service with the Southern Pacific
Company., -". k .' 1 '
Geo. H. Mohlr, .General Agent ; at
Spokanev vice Harry M. Adams.
J. W Newkirk,- Assistant Treasurer,
vice Q. E. W'lthlngton, deceased.'
SCHLEY AND SAMPSON
THE SURVIVING RIVAL SPEAKS
KINDLY OF THE DEAD
WASHINGTON. May 7 Admiral
Schley today made the following state
ment regarding "the death; of Admiral
Sampson: 1 '
-I fegret very much the death of Adr
mtral Hwmpson. : and I i sympathise
with mv family. No one hs ever
heard m utter one unkind word about
him. On account of his dath I have
requested my friends In Baltimore to
postpone the delivery to me, which was
to have taken, place toniBht.- or tne
CrtstobaJ Clon service of silver, and
they hare aeeeptm! my reiuet."
RaKlmore. Md., May ". .igreeable to
thf w'tehes of Rear Admiral Schley, the
presentation of 4he silver service made
from the coins taken fnwn the Min-
rh cruiser Ortsbubel ! OUioa. has been
Indefinitely postponed. Owing to thn
death of Admiral Sampson. Admiral
Schley requested the commit tee having
the matter In hand to aoanwi tne s-
cUl functkms. which had been ar
ranged for tonight. Tlw service, to
gether with a. ltter or tmwntavwn
from, the donora or in magouicrin
gift, will be aent lo Waahlns'.on.
He Told the Senate How Ne
j rros Were Prevented
FROM USING THEIR RIGHTS
Vicious Attack By the
ON TUB ADMINISTRATION, DUR
ING THE DEBATE ON THE TlllL
IPPINES GOVERNMENT IJILL
STATEHOOD IN SIGHT J-'OR SEV
ERAL TERRITORIES. " !
WASHINGTON, May 7. The
cussion of the Philippines bill in
Senate took '.a sensational turnxtotltty.
McOomai (M4), re-ferring: to al
leged curelties of American ldiera ih
the Philippines cruetltesr which he
deeply deplored 4ol(T-of some of th
cruelties which hid oiccued on both
sidear-durihg the-Civil War. Jn iMa
connection he euggeitted hat the sen
ators from South Carolina and Missis
eipi'l, where there is lects Lpu-Kir .lib
erty than in any other tvatts, ?m
ahou ting loudest for constitutional
liberty in the Philippine. . v
Theee- remarks Mn.;w e, sensational
reply ; from TlHrnan (S.C.) who .de
clared that it was ny longer poiwfbli!
to neer away the TcsiKmsibilHy ft,r
the infami'"! .committed by Arr.wicarii
In the . Philippine. ! taid that if ll
hal been kiw.vn in th'e South that tli
rtiiHi of Uuverniiieni. w ere to be Kivt n
to the negroes, the Civil War would
have been prolonged Indefinitely, , He
inMsted that in order to maintain their
t-lf-respect. ; the w hite people I of he
Soirtb; hadl toe-n obliged to suldue the
ttegiro by whatever means they could.
using the shot gun at the one ! msn
He frankly described how the nejrro-
htd been dtfeated t.t the p ills, admit
tins that the whites h.d gotten just
f?uch msijorl t lea were neteeary
"Whew we get ready put the r.lir-
ger'a fac in the sand,' he nlHued."vve
put his body there, too."
lie declared hat he ieople. of the
Sotrth never would submit to netrro
clomTnation, and he hopinl ihe Itepubli-
carf Senators would turn from "the
game ofMevlltry In the Ilitllpjlnee,"
and asmlst the South to rid Itself of the
threat of negro domination. ;
While Tillman wa speaking "many
D'mocratlo Senators left the chamber,
hi ia.udbnee on the floor being large
ly on the Republican side. Burton
(Kaw.) vlgnronsly arralgneil Tillman
for his utleranccff.
WITH THE BALL T0SSERS
AMERfCAN BASEBALL LEAGUE. IS
I'LEARED WlTH RECENT
CHICA(.. May 7. Pnf i I nt n
Johnson, of the Arwrican league.' was
much gratified- at th' d i.sionof the
Mbnirl' court In St. Louia, whi. lsT'-
nled . the...iretraininif inJun'tion afc-d
against several Mars of the new Am
erican League team, 'rays' the Tribune.
Cortrvrnln I lie iiuation there, he aa'Hi
"While K anticipated the. dtHjoii,
Mill' it naturally I aatisuif tory to have
the matter finally tie.ipa uy uie
courts. I think our .contention'
Bhlkidelnhta woui.F h ive b -m f u .i:if I
had we brought in other iKrlnts th n
the tnutuality of -t he cont ract. ; Th re-
aerve rule under tne anonai aiss"--
ment.U think, tli turn the scale
aaln . In our favor when we apjH'al
e pa in ut the Pemwirtnk verdict.
"When the national agreement was
In foi-ca a. ulayer signed a' three years
contract containing the reserv lali?.
Before he had participated in ' more
than Ave games of the next chamHon-
ship season he was renulrot ry a wFe
rule to again lgn a contract for inree
yeam. - 4. - ;
THE CASE NOT SERIOUS
AMERICAN SAILORS AT TRIESTE
WERE NOT TO BLAME AN
VIENNA, May 7. The facU of he
reported arrest at Trieste, of seamen
from the United State ship Chicago,
for - alleged disorderly conduct in a
cafe, are na follows:
Lat Sunday; evening rour saiiorw
from the Chicago were pa ei oy a
crowd of clvill.rh, whll aaftore t
Trieste. The police Interfere t and ar
reted one of the civilian,. The -chief
of police at Trlei.e says, the conduct
of the American sailor anore a
atove reproach. . . '
HAD ;A NARROW ESCAP3E
IMMENSE jPLIDE lU'RIEs
TUNNEL WHILE WORKMEN
- WERE OCT.
EUGENE. May 7, Ah Immense
sr.owslid occurred, In the ithi - River
mining 'district last Sat w r ) iy..acHmi
ihff to rcDorts "receiveJ. here, and some
damage to property remlU-d.1 bnt for- 1
tuiritely no lives were kt. TJie Trf j
nre mice. oner by Ch.tr les iurnn?
Park. Is the only one to suffer danta;.
At thiaitnin the black smith shop ana
engine at thl entrance fo the tunnel
a'i'e eilhT carritd Avuy ur lurb-d un
der, uii immense pb of debris. -The
slide Oi-currtd duriiiff the inmii hour.
while th men were editing their lunch,
thi fyct akrie accounting for the 14b
ince of casualties JIaJ It occurred
ut any-other time, .the men wcuW have
LK-en imprisoned ih the tunn-t 1 where
they were wonting, and "would prob
My have aroother-d lieforw they could
h;.i;e been ft l,ael. ' ;
Hie fclide ctiimenced ot the top f
5oM Hjil, aivl jirmcdrtl down the id'
of the mountain, g-athfring -olume as
It went until it lxfam a. great mass
of snoiv, earth, tree a hd s?tone Where
it... 4.......t .r 'I.A 'p.-,,. ..... . .. t.
side of th4 inountrtin a "deposit w(
made,, u hb-h In 'c-stimalcd to be 64 feet
in dpth. This will have to Ii reoiov
I ie'-fo're work ('an lw reHumL Th
Tntisure is the mine In wltifhthe re
markobly rii'h dliwoveries f ore have
I-n made r'-ntly., Th tv,4-r l now
in the Kai on business in conn t.n
with 'th mine.
In New York, ,
'llIDpLnTOWX, N. .. Mry 7. -The
Labor Unions of. this city." comprl-iipg
300' members, have votd un;vniinons!y
to abstain from meat for thirty d.tya.
Over looo persons will, abstain.
A Naphtha Launch Run Down
by a Tugr
Were Klemers of a Sunday
School Class on ani
TIIEY WERE' RCN I"UVN WlTil
UL'T WA itN I N(lwm IIX. OX K
HUNDRED FEET OF THE DOCK
ON WHICH TIIEY 'AIMED TO
' t '''!' ,".':.
TOLEDO. O., -May ".-fSeven young
peple, members f the undav s.-hool
cUsi of the First Baptist churchi were
drowned in the Maun. river, just '.be-,
low -'thW elf y, tor.Jght at 10 o'clock, as.
the result ofthe napthaf fciuhch Frolic
in which they er. taking a ride, be
In j run down - by thf tu . Arthur
Woods. The launch i oytned by 3y
Il-pburnr'of this city. who invited
ebrve.n young people .r IJair an even
ing ride with him. Hepburn etatf that
he iw the lights of thi spproaching
tug. and lh:iking -it y was
straight down the river turned, to he
east. When pearly alr.-.t the iauni n
tlve tug suddenly turn-- to the -af.
in order t make the Inik at ironv.iiie.
and bef of e the la u nch
k-ould. get ot
of utie way It-'w.a stru:
k' by the ing
and turned over, and eiink alMHR 100
feet from the d k. Tl; dad are;
Irwn waln, fe?tle 1a-: F4na liwf,
Wrri. Fanner. B Ryfrtim. Eulalie
Richard. Graee . II-aMi'n.'
MOST REMARKABLE CASES
DKAFNFS AND )'AHALVJIH
CUUKD AFri'U AILOIHKIl
Another Salem TesLmonial.
Mr! Elitort Thirteen ..years K3 Dr.
nirrfn. vTsitml Siilein uni cured , my
daiightcr,- M rrlha ivve, or 01..1 eM.
She w.is unaii: to r-t:im urine and hid
to get up many times nigui ana oa.
Ih. Da rrin wirl her pi ne never nao,
any rturn of the symptoms. I reside
thn'e ni!lc south of SJIem. wi rouie
3 and .Nt nr. be seen by- anyone. My
daughter V it-eld In West Sthm. .
- . r B- o. uuvi-
.'-. '--.-. Deafnes Cured.
To the EditW: Since 13 years old
(I am now 29) I havejlKjen troubled
with deafr.e. Of alte I coud scarce
ly htr anythinsXf0'11' ne ear, and
the other ws -parhaJly deaf. The
cause of the deafness w ois.lwrging
cars. All remedies fcnon to. science
failed to cure me. until v Dr. Darrln
tTT-o-ted me with electricity and- other
remedies,-1 was perf ectlyj cured .of deaf -n's
nd rinarfng noise.' in ny ears.
Rvfer to nv at'UiUjrton, Orego where
I am working on a fjirni for Mr.rislosih
Grenrj. - J. is.- iicAt.iJiiirii.
-,.', ' j . .
State of Oregon, County of Mulfnomilh.
I. J. S.;McAl!ifter, fitrt being duly
sworn, .depose ana say ;wi. tne iore
going stat.?uw"nt signed .by m Is true.
J. S. MrAIJ.ISTKli.
SubJMT.Ie-d and sworrt to before me
this" 27th day of May. ti.
C. J. M'-DOIH-.AI
Norary Ihiblie for staid county am i
'sUite.' '.r : , L -; .
;y Another Athisnd Cure. -.
-To th Ibtor: For some Urn niy
girl has tn fnffrlng i with partial
paralyof. extendihg to 'T lun-l.. fet
ar..l bla-IJer . fttf .ull barby fia
urine. Through Dr. Damns elettrtcat
ttlxl md.eal treatment the hait recov
ered. I cannt Mf enough in praas-
of Dr. Darrin'a mthod' of coring tne
sik. My hasiband is r-inpU.yed by
Jehrt Cherry. ho I getting-out woo.1
for the Ashlaivl . mine, j-1 will gkidiy
talk to anyone in, 'regaril. to the cure.
AdlreKS Ast-.l-o-l. irrt-Kf-
; .MRS. JONI FATTIG
Discharging Ears Cured. ;
Dr. IVirrin lKr Sir? I write to
Inform you that my am- David is
. . n - . . . . t
cured. 1 rtA'ftvt-a your niejicine ty.
It-tter the ICth of April anf (flmnwrn-
M treatment tne ittn, atxl ma tain
quit running in a- ttW daysi au-l he can
hear jut us goml as any child. Ihan
never forget your kinUn-vi and bt-ne.
fit to ny tbiid. -. Iltase
giutHude. .. Jtefer to me at
A. I NOKEli.
. Dr. D:
rrin a Placa of tuslnes.
to bis cuirtoinj
treatment to tb jorthy ior
freevext- pt nediiiieji,- fr
in 10 to n
Regular ottice hour! 40 a. to, to
, u l.v nir.Rs to; s.
m. la 1 p. ni. The aflli
not ml.? the t.pportturfiy to
cmlijent phFici.tti wbiie le rA. All buBl
jn. ' rcbtt ions at rlct ty eon n den t .d .
The eure'ot caturrb,
a fne .!'. tu-
mors, bft nunthooil and
iccret lf8 f youth are!
stVb tur. a
lreiaUy, a wtjl as all
fait li.-tl-y and Iwrli forn.Kf
nM-'Kiry. - l-ycs ttett
tirtt-.!. Ir. Im!n can'
llotil Willanu-tte. S;lem,- tkntil July i 1.
IT LASUED TWO
SPOKANE DELIVERY.' TRUST HAS
ENDED ITS LAROBSh-OAMK
. - t WAS TOO Bit
SPOKANE. Muy 7.Th
iy tni.t, org.i nixed in tl
is city, op-
j.c.trs to beip against a.
than it .can handle, AfHr
operation it suiiertdcd at
things now look as though
the end of
thja Utrist octopus had be
Miuiaser S hemrhomi htvver. 8tata
that the supenybMi Is otilj titnpor.iry,
and that in the near futu e the -work
will be I'jkt-n up again.
The plan -of the new eoneCrn was 'to
do the delivering in rapM and up-to-il.it
e fufl'vion for ll th tig retail
houses of the. city. .. They went no fir
to make contracts with nearly a!l
or the leading gwwery nndl meat Monn
ami on ihe bt of Alay Starlcfront th-ir
ts.w wagonw with a ftourf'i' of (mm
p-t3. Tlit company h.idj hired a lot
of iifiv.atid Krciii in-n, ho did not
Itno.vv the biisinetu:, gnat iMl.iy was ex
Pr;-tiel. inul before the first day wjiu
tinoiiKh uxtomei's w?. n ' ri.Tplierinfi
freijuent and healthy proieKtH. They
--'oo.! it for tint an 1 ne iy nwrf,
and then ttii-t K-i l-siivhtf. Saturday
nioinintj the "t'-ms Hre all ttlrnei
luck "to th'-iiv oriclnril-,.vr..-r4s ::;! -all
ilelivering iv l"n' ?jy ll(- p t -..-.- ,1'Co
ph' th'ri!-lv. Wheibef- ir not-, n
sue e.vFfiil tt nipt w.U Ih' hrad-to r"-
tsuseit ate the .ornpa.ny. Is a mesMoH-.hl
A DRUNKEN CAROUSAL
ENDS-IN A. .MURDER I
TUCK-Y TOWN REVERAt
, MEN ARHE3TT D.
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Xtjy Mf.
Ceorg? W'- Herget, was killed early to
day during-a HroriV.a C3fotts;tl at hr
horn -in IXiyton. Ivy. I
V 1 1 V. am Thoi n ti i'tii Era nk
Shields, and AS m. Miif-r:jf. alias Ford
M.itox. have iM-t.n a rt
ch.'rge of 'niurilr. :' li-r-.
r.T .. ii!iy dKtiller, win
itt-d at l'e-
kfii, : HI., t wo yr-nrf ajro.
leilBtji -h"Inher1t.n'-e was
left. in tHKt
Whf-n. iiKitrtblv renii
in nV crijrine,
3'horfiMrv K tit. Shields
wpre iiccfi'tloriu'd to viH
h'om. fn -one of these kea
Mm lfer;. t
d 'j thi ir vl:t cnt iiiiieiS
At (.!'.' o'eloek thJ-tiKr!ihg the offl
.cera w r''-attrAet'ed' by. a,
found .Vfft -Hrtfet lying
her yard, stibtwrl. Hhe fi
roa'rtilnr th heHlal wit
reaming an !
HI wkN after
aoy fH.if-'nieiit. Th live fn
11 were iak-
i noni of th liiiii."'' .ifterw ard In ton h a
condition th;tt m-it of thenh, u;to noon
were, .abb to l.i'k.:he d
maiden name wn-tr Mary Jhsilmgeri
Clyde. Ohio. T-lK-y had i
EL'E TS ITS -OFFICEttH AND DE
CIDES ON MEETlNtk IN LA
.TtlRTLAND. Or May'
Federal iem of IVilxir ftnl
.' The State
bed Us firtt
annual session t'ot-iy, and
ing a, contilulliin and
fleeting : ofneers," f decide
1 upon Ia
Grande' as - the next meeting place.
The following-: officers',." w
President, O. Y. Harry. Portland;
first vice-prei.l- nt, C. T.
ria; second viee-preelderrtL Geo. florn-
by, Portisind; tiviri yie
F. Johnson. Bak-r City;
p real dent, W. V,; Miller,
fourth ' Vi''e-
retary, W. 1L Parry, I'ort
urer, Chas. Mtckley. Port
nnd. . . , '
Opposed, Bcf Trust,
PORTLAND, Mf. May
17.. The Cen-
tral labor Union ht-re.
h a protet
against the recent advanej? In the price
of lef, ainanimousiy adopted a resota-
tion binding Ua mernhcrw not to pur-
chaa beef- for thirty days.
'N- ' . No Loss of Tin.' " ;
IV have sold Cha mielaln's r.cf
Cholerrv) and Diarrhoea Rmiedy for
y-is. n-l would rather tin out of eof -
fee and -an'gar than it. - I soi l Ove
tlfn.of t yesteniay, to IbreRhcT that
am I d go no f s r tht r. a til they a re a t
work agaJhx thl morning. H. R.
Phe!p Pl'TnHjtX fJklah'na. A will
be ' see'n! - by. ;.th . aiov . (he threfdir
ere able to keet "on :wMh" their work
without losing a a -tigle -dny'a time. You
should kf-ep a tottIe of thl Remedy in
For site by Dr. Stone
"'v A DISABLED ENi
. I N DEPKN t f-NCF, Mj
u4ar rfforti:g f rnin was t(.vo hour n-l
half late 'yesl rlaybf liie" of a d--
itbted loeomot!vi At ; Whitsn th
frUt-ht engine was aeujred. and the
ngulr Tirs.Tjg4r vruhf drawn by
it aiong the regular route.
Legal Blank at Statesman Job Office
PEPTTOT TP A XT
In Illinois Endorses the Ad
ministration OF PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT
Declares for Liberal Pensions
.For All The Vet
erans AND CONDK.MNS THE MALIGNANT
ATTACKS MADE ON 'THE ARMY
IN THE PHILIPPINES THE
IREATENED MINERS' STRIKE
SPRINGFIELD, IIU May S.The re
sult of the Republican conventlon lo
d.iy was a decisive iietory for the state
VlministratlohA: The platfoi-m.reatQnns
the Naiional platform of 1900; en
dorses Ihe administrations of President
RiKisevelt and Governor Yates, and en
dorsfs the Candidacy of Congressman
Hopkins for the Illinois ScnHtorship; it
declares for libera! pension for a"il
diers and sailois of the late; civil war
an j ihw of the recent war with Spain.
The platform continue:
"We commend the -brilliant and pat
triotlc serA'lces of our army and navy
in maintaining the dignity and honor
of our flag on s?as and in. our foreign
poMa-fioti, and condemn the tnatlg
riant at tacks-i-now being mud. uon our
ftolillor anl sailors."
The Miners 8trlk,
SCR ANTON. Pa;, May Totvlerht
the H titition In the threatened minora
Btrlke bangs on the answers that; axe
exis ted jo ounetn. the proposal of
arblf ration, emiinatlng from the jnlners
Coiivcntloiu It Is the prevailing opin
ion here that unless the operators agree
t arbitration or - make some, counter
profHisltiiiti whlehwlH contain a sub
stantial concession 'the committee of
niiners w ill dcfa re for a strike.
THE BOARD OF TRADE
OF THE CtlLUMBI A RASInI. ACTS
ON h'3;ORTAOE RAIL
: ' - WAY PROJECT.
POiTL,VNI; Ose May t.4-"Th. dl
rcctor of the (.'olumbla R v r V.nt Ut
lio.ir I of , Tr.ide thia afterno.h eu
f ;.-red ;: the. " Dalle's POi taa Rat'roa I
.,jee:; The o:i..p t- .' a . -
Ioinie.ji. 1.1 t;oiii-;iei--, inc ? ui'.'r. i'i 'tt -Of
the - hew .u ; m'i , a;i I '. ' (' I ri-
r.Sorsiiio pt of the jVojet -t i, ..ip e.j.s
conimerctiil organixat.onv- uuimI of
I'ortlundl - I
HETTY IS REEN LOADED.
NEW YORK. May.. H'tty Green,
the noted: Woman of finance, ha been
granted a MTtnlt to ctrry a revolvr
by the liolu-e of th.s city. Captain .
O'Brien's rejwrt on her appyatlon says
that Mrs. tSnnrt declared jaae. was in
the habit , of carrying large sums of
money,, stocks, lion la and Jewelry. Sh-?
.also said It was h r Intent.on to .ae-,.
iure pistol irmlts In all th large clt-
lea In which site doea business.
FRUIT ik DAMAGED.
SAN JOS II, Calif.. May. S.The can
ker worm Is appear I na irt great num
bers In the., orchard of- the. valley.
Some cherry orchard . that promlel
big returns have beep ruined. ,
Miss Na Henness, of King's PraJfle,
is iviKitlng with relatives In this city.
;- -.'" ""' - .- :-: '- :, - . .
'' "' -O'-. - .'--''. ... -' '-''
TIi reprewtitative of the largest
ajid lii Mt extctuti ve skirt bouse v.
in America I on hi way to
our store. '..
y are le.irou rf giving him a .
larjfi-r order tban vcr ami In
order to do so will ofTcr our en.
f ire line of skirt at
FOR TEN DAYS