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vmnKLY Oregon statesman. Friday. j.Yat c, j:::.
The Philippine Question Raged
in the Senate
AT YESTERDAY'S SESSION
Beverid e Charged the Oppo
sition With Unfair
TURNER MA EXE V A VICIOUS AT
TACK ON GENERAL SMITH
WHOM HE DENOUNCED AS A
MONSTER IN-IUMAN FORM-
DEFENSE BY SENATOR HOAR.
' WASHINGTON', May . For almost
. four 'hours today a.' fierce discussion on
the Philippine, question raged In the
Senate. It vu started by Bever'dge,
who made some sharp strictures on
fnerrmbers of the opposition because, as
lie said, they persisted in telling In
their speeches only one side - of the"
story. C'armack and Rawlins warmty
reeented "any Imputation of unfairness;
Rawlins declared that no partisan mo-
tive had actuated the opponents of the
present Philippine policy,-but that they
were .moved only" by the patriotism and
love of country. j
Turner delivered scathing criticibra
of the methods practiced by the ifijill
lary authorities in the PhilIrIlnes,
vttweJNng particularly on the altered
order of G en era 1 Smith, -whom" he de-;
nounced as a monster in human form.
Hoar briefly ilefeijdedY the action of the
. Philippine committee, saying; that al
ready It had furnished much valuable
Information., , i
' Secure a Commission.
Washington. May 6. Lieutenant Al
phonso Strebler, of the Philippine
scouts, who commanded the detach
ment who captured Lukban, the Fili
pino insurgent leader. Is to be-appoint
ed Second Lieutenant in ;the regular
army. . : ' ,
Pardoned by Roosevelt,
Washington. May 6. The President
today granted pardons in the cases of
Wtn. H. ; Weber, John Haddow. Tom
Oraley, Cass Eraley and .David Clark
,,on. I nked States 1 itrlot Jn Ige Ms
'. Unveil'. .of th. .WeW-rn District of Vir
r'utta, rn'..er)cei thtm to terms of lm-jsrlonjm-nt
of from; vlt to six ninths.
Weber ami Il-i'i U-v et or -' tntr- rs of
!, United Mii.ev.f:Urtf-. The -baffie
WW ton- ;ril't -f ' ' .
A ft rafter j Removed. ' " i -. ,
Wn-hlrg'on .Miij Pre&ul-ut '.Roo--st
tiI'ty a hi '.niH'-jlv .tistr.iKed. .John
Grant; frnti:d Staif. STH'-rihu'l 'for -he
EusUin ifstiit. ot T'-xas. The At
tot ney-Ocneral t-hirgrd Orant wl.tn re
ceiving a" fee Jo $2000 fay his service. In
Aetir;' f"f the ifmont. .TeJras, Na
tional H-rU !;: ft n-itnn as a Unit
t 1 Siati- (iovf rsriP'4 de(f sifofy.
fjrmt it said to iwsj- -i;r!r 'ei drat tn
received $J000, buti stated that It was
not as a fee. but was in payment of he
legitimate expenses of himself and
friends in 'that i-onnction. ;
Figures of the War.
COMMANDER OF THE FLEET
Fan. Domingo, - capf-tai . of Santo Dom
ingo, Friday last to the revolutionary
forcte) commanded by Vice-President
Vasqus. The provisional Govern
ment established there will retain pow
er until new elections have Ibeen h'U
Peace Is corrrpletely re-estabiished in
Advices from Puerto Plata, on the Death Of One Of thS HfirOlC
north) coast, announce that be crew- of
the Dominican warship at that port
has sided with the insurgents sd res
terday ckmveyed to the Governor, On
eral Deschamps, an order to surrender.
An asreemen. povidingr for a usoen-
sion of hostUities at Puerto Plata was
signed later in the day, so as to permit
wcrt; Destroyed Spain's Shirs
revolutionists. Later In the day ft be
came known here that Puerto Plata
has capitulated o the revoitmomsis, . . KUVAm -
who today took possession or tne town
tnt the fort. General DeecnaCTrps. the
former Governor, embarked; on board
a -French steamer, bound for Havtl.
All is quiet at Puerta Plata.
. When San Dominjfo City surrendered
to Vice-President Vasquex, President
Jhnlnez sougrht Tefuge In the French i
-Tr-. t r
and If possible the chief of-4hn alt
who represents our enemies in Manila,
which (lot) fails to you, or' better said
to General Mafiel andottnl Cailles.
"The ultimatum liaar not ben sent.
but vii'l be within afew days." -.
in the Waters of
Or Home Book of Health
TO JiK GlrEN AS A PREMIUM WITH v
THE BEDSIDE OF THE OLD .SEA -
FIGHTER WAS SURROUNDED I1T.
HIS FAMILY WHEN THE WARY
SPIRIT TOOK ITS FLIGHT FU
: HAS A FIRE
Entire Business Block
Destroyed by Flames. i
AN INSANE MAN FOUND
WASHINGTON. May 6 Rear-Ad-
miral William T. Sampson", retired.
died at 5 "-o'clock this afternoon. The
Immediate cause of death was severe
cerebral hemorrhage. He aid been in
a semi-conscious stale for several days.
At the bedside, when the Admiral
breathed his tost,' were Mr& -Samoson,
Mrs. Lieutenant Cluverius. the Admir.
al's married lauj?hter; thfe Admiral's
two young: sons, Ralph and- Harold
Dr. Dixon, anJ the three nurses and
While, no definite arrangements have
the Railroad TraCk Near been made concerning -he runeralcere.
ITiiritln trfnn HrA monies, it is probable they will' take'
nUmiHglUil, UfC- place ThUreday, at the Church of the
arnn Covenant, in this city. The remains
I will "be taken to the Admiral's old home
at Palmyra. N. Y.. for Interment.
A number nf tetecrams and mcssaees
HE FELL OFF THE TRAIN BUT of condolence have already been recciv
WAS NOT, INJURED OFFICERS I ed at the house, amen them one from
REFUSE TO GIVE HIS NAME
HOTEL SAFE RORBED AT
TANA HOT SPRINGS.
Secretary of the Navy Moody,. Th
death of Alniral Sampson ot'currlng fo
late In the day there was no, oppor
tunity yet for . action by- teh Navy De
partment for participating In the fun
OFFICERS ARE NOMINATED
BAKER CITY, Ore., May 6 A tele-
phone( messag-e f ixm Prairie City says,
fire broke out , in the principal hotel
today at noon, and burned the entire
block, before 4he names could -be got
under "control. The buildings burned
were the hotel, a. liverystaWe. the gen
eral merchandise store of Slg Durk-
helmer, two saloons, e, nlacksmith
shop, and several other buildings. ;
A man was examined here thi morn-
ins; on a charge of insanity whose
nJrt- the couny ofHcials decline to di-
vu gc. He fell rrpm tne wtst-wiina
rain hear Huntington last night, but
was not injured by the fall. He was
picked up ani brouirht here for' exam
ination. Tie had a ticket from Denver
to Walla, Walha. but was out of money.
Reail Admiral Wm. Thomas Sampson
was a hative of New York, and gave to
the Navy of his country his" life time of
serA-ice. In 1894. the-n a captain, he
was appointel to supervise the test
ing' of the government armor1? contracts,
anl was a prominent figure in he Car
negie difficulty. He was considered a
most capable officer, and later became
A CUTTING SCRAPE,
LA GRAND&May 7. -Will Bartmers.
I'reJ Yantis a4 Wallace Childers were
badiy cut in a Hht Monday niht.
About 10 o!lock. thy withhhree girls.
r were at the rate at Mr. Andres place.
whre John and Harry Dein ram "by
and p-id to take to the street. They
nmde insuitlnff remaiks, which were re
sented. Harry" Dean,, being- knocked
dewri and fcfeked In the face, us a
large pocket knife. All thi boys ere
StN in'thVheTraSd THIS IS OUTl pFFEU: THIS: BOOK WITH THE STATES-
and nartmers almost through the mus
cle f h' risht arm. Yantis wound
required seven stitches aiiJRartmes"
fourteen'. The Deans wre arrested and
will- be examined; one of them has.
a bad cut in the hand. The Deans are
wood cutters; about 30 years of age,
and not of bad reputation. -
Some Boers in the Field Show
i a Readiness
TO END THE HOSTILITIES.
; : l
'' - ! !
1 ; H
Delarey's Forces, However,
Are Opposed to Ar
PROPOSED JIY THE DELEGATES
WHO RECENTLY CONSULTED
WITH, TUB lmiTISH AUTHORI
TIESTHE SITUATION IS DE-
PRI-rroHIA, May . The peace sit
uation is f devtopinjf encour.igingly.
Accoriiinj; to reli.ibleiinformation whioh
has reached here, F?.veral of the near
er commandos' received the ; Hurghorj
delegates in an amicablf spirit. It is
undet-stood that Commandant Meyer
MAN ONE YgAIt $3.25; OR BOOK ALONE $2.60. f
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Essays on Intemperance, Use of Tobacco,. Sleep
FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUB
WILL HOLD THE ELECTION
TODAY IN IOS ANi;KLEM
LOS ANE LBS.- Calif.. May 7. The
Tvominatlng ormimltUe to the Natirtnal
Federation of-: Woman's Clubs has -orn-pleted
the lt of orTlcers which Is to be
' voUwl upon by the Fder;ilkin tomor
row. The ticket p La follow;
President Mm. Dlnvles T. ti. tHrtt-
nlson. (t Nw Yrrk Xify." !
Fi rrt Vive. Pn-lden t M r. Rfjbert
ISurtlette, of California.' . i
' Sxnit V'ice-I'res-lent -Mrs. Emma
Fox, of Michigan.
- Recorilinif Se-retary Mrs). Wm... !
Coad. of South lak-tt.
CorT(p'nding' iSe-retary .'..MM
Iui5e Ppp"rihelTn,f Svth Carolina.;.'
Trea-arer Mrs. Kttma Van Verhten,
of. Iowa;" ' '
--Auditor Mrs. fJforge o. Noy, of
Wisconsin. ? ' " "
P0LITICST IN JOSEPHINE
.if . " i
FUIlNISir HAS THE It EST OF
THE SIT HAT I ON AT
' . GRANTS PASS.
GRANT'S PASS. May ?. Since, the
.' Visit of W. J. Kurnish and party, in
this city i;st Saturday, and of George
Chamberlain and other Democratic
leaders- a few! yndS; - before
local politicians are taking occasion to
: siz up lhe situation and compare the
strength of the f! lowing ef , each.
Looking at it from the standpoint of a
casual observer, it can easily be seen
-that the Hunchsrass" nun has the best
of it in Josephine. Each candidate, of
course, was met with the ;t-ts ' land
and loud n hurrah wWs made on
one occi l n as on the other, but com -f
paring" the number ot campalgm buttons
belnff wsrn. and tne expressions; be
Inx made by voters In greneral.' the Jnt
partlal Juduro could f not dcr otherwise
"but a-ive W. J. Furnish,' the decision In
thl section. " .,". ';''''. m--:':'
- -There is no doubt- ihrt Mr. Furnish
wlrt receive the full , strenrth of the
RpuWloftn, party 'n Josephine ctunty
His speech hern "took." - in every sense
of the worrla.nd hi? plain, bnsiness-Hke!
traifrfitfqrard remarks have received
the hearty approval of all the voters
The report nj&e by "some- of the tDn- i
oo ratio prtrans" rat Chamberlatn ;would j
run ahead pi h tiet itf this section
Is entirely u'nfonJ.ed; It will be exact
ly tne contrary. . , !
THE REVOLUTIONISTS WIN
SANTO DOMINGO IN THE HANDS
OF. THE INSUROENTS JIMIN
EZ A FUGITIVE.
MONTE CRISTO.: Santo Domingo.
May 7. Further confirmation was re
ceived here today, of the surrender of
Hotel Safa Robbed. . V
Butte, Mont., Ma.y 6. A special td
the Miner, from Boulder, Mont., says,
the safe f the ; Boulder Hot Springs
Hotel w-asriiied last rristht, and over
SWftrin money and jewels were taken
A clf k mrmed Raymond . is missing.
ARRANGING THE FUNERAL
. - 1
LAST SAD RITES OVER THE RE-
i mains of Archbishop con- ;
' RfQAN ON FRIDAY. "
NEW YORK, May 6. Arrangements
for the funenal of Archbishop Corri
g.in re bttng completel. The body wltl
lie in state in the .'Cathedral from 11
o'clock toryorroW ' until 11": 30 o'clock
Friday.. The services over, the rem;Uns
wili.begln Thursday night in the Cath
Mral with the IHvine office. At 11:30
Frfday morning a solemn mass , wijl
ibe ccebrated. ' Archbishop Ryan ' of
Phladclphia,; will preach the funeral
sermon. Bishop McQuaid. of Roches
ter, will ! trip celebrsnt.
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Ths Pope Grieved. '
' ROME. May 6: The ' news i of l.he
deth of -Archbishop Cw'Kan was con
veyejl to the Pope by -his private sec
retary. His Holiness was gr'aatly de
pressed, anl said:
"It'hak been one of the greatest bit-
trnsses of my long life to see the
eat champions of the militant church
clalmtVl by death." ,
$100.00 REWARD. j
is believed that circumstances
to the work of nn
in connection with the burning of the
dwelling owned by Mrs. Jennie Bunce,
of Salem, which was destroyed by -fire
on April 5, 1902. We will pay $U'0 for
th arrest and -conviction of the guilty
Oregon Fire Relief Association,
Ij " McMlnnville; Oregon.
MAIL FOR KLONDIKE.
CANADA HAS' INAUJURATED.'
SERVICE OVER THE WHITE
I VANCOUVER. H. C. May .-4 A dla
p.itch from Ottawa, says the Postmas
ter (tieral will tomorrow t notffy ail
postofflcen In Canada that rnail mattef
w 111 be accepted for Dawson and prices
atom? the roie of the White Pa Rail
way at once. Mail mstter-Will be for
warded to 'that road a to other rail
ways. Th re will be . dally mail ser
vice to White Horse' all. the year.
Seattle, Wash.. May C An import a-nt
improvement to the Nome mail ser
vice n as been added by the Department
In an order , from Supc-tintenlent
Landvoipht. thst Wery outgoing mail
for. Nome, from Seattle slmH contain
registered ail c!i7atche. . The pre
vious service for hi branch of the
postal system allowed but on con
sign me rrt to Nome each inonttu
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
lb ICi:J Yea Hate Alwaj Zzzgti
Bears tha ;
REAR-ADMIRAL WM. T. SAMPSON
chief of the Bureeu of Ordnance of the
Navy e,artment. ' When the war with
Spain broke out, h? was m;tde an a-t-ing
Rfiir Admiral and though in re-.il-ity
ranked by the then Comtmxlore
;V. Hr Schley, and he wa made
chief of the fleet, which wfterward des
troyed the Sfnih squadron-at Santl
;io,and though hedil not hrmself par
tlrlprtte in the bat'Ue.'K wns.due to his
.splendid generiilship, nd his general
ptan of Woc-kade. th.-t 'enabled the
flTit to destroy the power of'the Span
ish navy with only nominal V, to the
Amerlcwns. The bitterness that grew
out of this battle.- the court of, inquiry,
and the estrangement of th two able
old sea warriors, over the result of the
victory, are of. too recent pc;ctrrenee
j.o rem re repetition here," Admiral
f?ampm will go down In the history of
his country s';. grat na'vnl tnmmaml
tr, whos' nmne wlI ever be remem
bered in connrUon with the great
deeds of the Spjinteh-Ameriean war.)
PLANS OF AGUINALD0.
His captured correspond
ence fsiHOWS HE CONTEM
. PLATED TAKINO MANILA
T '' . :'-';-.'. IN. IS99. ' "
has apnotlnced his willingness to abidv
by the decision remhedby the Trans
v.ial fiovernm'enL-' Much optxitln in
the ptce movement,: Irowcveri, ls do
velojiing among Ihe irreconcilabies ot
tJeneral. lelarey's forces, .
LoNIN Miiy A dispatch from
liome to tho Daly Chronicle, stiys that
sailom fromthe United Ktaics) cruise r
'Chicago have -indulged in disorderly be
havior at Trieste. "j '
A difpattth from -Rome to the Daily, i
Express retorts that ime man - was
wounded as the rrtult of .disnlerl
coTHluct at Trieste, of four sailors of
the cruiser, Chicago. The mn were
han-If-l oyer' to-Captain Taylor f tht
Chirapo. who paid air claims for dam
agf s .againsy the A m; rlnan sailors.
Every Healthy Boy ... :
Liken, to gt into plai of danger.
Hence,, bruises, strains ami sprains.
Mother .scolds and brings out the bot
tle of l'erryilXivis' Painkiller and rubs
it on th'iinjured sHts with an .energy
and freiuency deiN-nding on the: se
riousness ftf the. case.. There Is noth
ing like Painkiller to lak out the sre-
ness. There Is but one. Painkiller. Per-
J ry Davis.- Price, 25c and 50c. ,
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1 EPliDEMIC now RAGING among
HIIKNKS anowtil cwr them of IIeTt, Cough nr
HwU;, thyictTttr, iu Prusalsa Heave ', Powders.
CURCD 3 MORIIL -
t tuiw Wv triw th frammtmm Hv. f.ir,rn tttm HrM nmHlai .nH
UM M e.rra iisonwaoi smtm. i (iMinir m nr rmnf
ratnlit, pm, n avMii Riai,r Co., rwi ) ..
WILHELMINIA IS SINKING.
WASHtNGTONMsy Thel War
Department has mad public the tel
egraphic correspondftnee ttva-t 'took
place between Aguinsldo and his in
surgent generals on January 13, 1S95,
to support the: administration conten
tion that Aguinaldo at that date con
templated an attack upon the United
States troops at Manila. General Mor-
lei and Colonel Cai lies telegraphed to
"We desire to know the result of ultl
matimj which you mentionel In your
telegram, and we also dtsCre to kno
whet 'reward our government is pre-1
pering for the forces who will be able
to enter Manila. . . . .. .
In Agutnaldo's hand wriUng the re-
As to the contents of you teV-
rram. those who prove themselves he
ros will have as rewards lrge sums of
tions. crossto of Blach-na. Bito. Mar-
CANNOT AMEND LAW,
INJUNCTION AOAINST ACTION
OP. .POSTMASTER j GENERAL
CHANGING POSTAGE RATES.
THE QL'EEN'K CONDITION
ICAL AND HER PHYSl
iK ARE ALARMED,
THE HAGUE. May 7. Adies from
! Castle Loo, datel 1 o'clock .t his morn
ing, declare tlmt tjueen Whelmlna.'s
condition again excites gravi- anxiety.
I Another mrrzUAAlori of the Quern's
doctors, was held' at 11 -ft'i
WASHINGTON. May S. Justice
Bradley, In the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, today rendered
a. dedsion In the injunction : case;
tormight by counsel for a New York
Publishing Company gainst Pot?nas-
ter Oeneral Payne.. The de-Ulon. was I malntajnvl as to. the eontentk of tele
rendered" on the WU for an InrunctJon I grams di"patcHd frtm I Val-jrn
to prevent the I'oMmasler General This and other measures are
from charging thlrd-cia rate instead j ttt indicate that the condit:cJr... of Her
of aecotid-eiasa rate on a, pubiicatkm I M-ijesty is muh greater tbaii apiers
known as the "pocket list of railroad I rr.tm the regular bulletins.
oflleia'si . j the Qren Is so vk shf has
The purport of J ustice Bradley de- .sble to .ake iKurihin'tt 1
ciston is that the regulation promulg- Saturday.
a ted by the Postmaster Oeneral xoes
wyona w. au w yiuiiui, an I A child's mind Is like !
night. The result of the.,chsnrtatlon
is nf known. ; Extreme S-reey Is
It is. said
rfl u n -
mils of Maiate Ermito andf Court of amencmen to. tne- ta-w. wmcre tne hr(K,k which ripples and danefs merrily
Manila, etc, beside the conrratulation . Postmaster. General lias ho power to ovcr the' stonv course of Its education
of our Idolizing count ry on account of!11- x - land rflnt hre a. flow r, thf)e a bur.n.
their jiatriotism, and- more. If they cap- I yond r a flee y cioul. Ladirs- Home
ture the regiments with Ui el r .generals, 1 Legal Blanks at Statesman Job Oflce ? Journal.
m CRITi4 A LEAGUE WITH THIS AIM N
WILL BOYCOTT BEEF.
VIEW ,OUGANlZKD IN MAS
L"YNN, Mass.. May An"Wt'."beer'
eatlng lgue is t;ng orgapize'l am;r.
five thousan'l employes of I h- General
Klecrtc Cornnnny here. Between 1 .)'!
and 17ft0 names hwve Ix-en secured rfc'
resenting SiOO rnsumers. .; lxl deal
ers complain that. Ihe -nsumptfn of
meat la fairing. off rapidly. !
- MESSAGE HlOM ,.- n)BK'CB-.
aJ Vemcy recently Jald the found
ation stone of a new publ.c library an 1
village hall, whh-h js lx-ini erected ai
?teeHo Cloydon. The cost, alnwit
i.r,M, is being defrayed ly Sir Kd
mund V'erney. BarLs. The following
m-ssag was received from Mis Klor
ene N'tfhtlngalo; glad Ihe fonndj-
ation stone la tx-ing laid or the I''-epl
Cloydon Public Library. I do. with. 'till
my heart wish It su''-ss. I think,-,
public Ubrary is gTol for body ai 1
s'if. Tlw t Gl' t!uflng may rest
upon it is fry fervtn w l-h. Lond'u
DaJly Chronicle, ' " 1