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VnZEKUT OREGON STATESMAN. FRIDAT, MAT 16. 1902.
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War and Navy Departments
Divide the Work
THE AMERICAN RED CROSS
Appeals to the Public for Aid
for the Suffer-
another appropriation of
Three;! hundred., thousand
DOLLARS MADE Bt j FEDERAL
CONGRESS AN IRISH NATION
' A LI ST TALKS OF AMERICANS. ' V
WASHINGTON, May 13 The War
and Navy Depaftmtnt have decided
to divide he work of relief of the West
In lta t wfrtie between them, bo aa
"rftivetbe- naiy "full '.-barge of the gen-t"-;iJ
.fluijrf'-t tf f?isB--'iX'i ia'-f'fUi atll en
trykijo ihf' iDtriiriimni ith 'np.
t urnu aUon of supplies, s i 'j
Th NasSonat. A m-rican jred. Qr-
r'i;r pit!'? c" the United
Sui-tes itj seni Tfn'y an li su;i4i a ";n
aid t thf smflter-lrf' Mariui jue and
Mt.'. ' yifni-!iif, to ,6i.rrt-Uii-'ili;tJ:, New
York-" OtlrrTC ifVMw-v'troiy rrr, t ci-
r-fi ' to XT. J., Filjh tretfHrer. A.n ;
"4.an 'Nstiona.J Cn:v A S Uai;'7ri
ta;lUc iBank, Warintr-ou.
WASHINGTON, aray 13. Senator
CuUom, from .'the Committee on; for
eign Relations of the Senate, today: re
lented a Joint resolution appropriating
1300,000, including the $200,000 already
appropriated, to be expellea. under the
- direction of the president for the relief
of the stricken people of the French
. West Indies and St, Vincent, The res
oluUon "was adopted without comment
A Relief Appropriation.
Washington, May 13. Ah additional
appropriation of $300,000 was made by
the Senate today for the stricken peo
ple of the French West Indies, iri ac
cordance with the recommendation of
the Prsldent, that $300,000 be apffSoprl-
Big Purchases Made.
Washington, May IX -The plans of
the Commissary Department, made af-
tt;r. a careful consideration of thf news
dispatches from the Antilles, conjtem-
. plates a . supply of $40,000 nations for
ifourteen idaya. , . jTbe Quartermaster's
Department is purchasing clothing and
Kupiplies" ior 40.00 reopJ?. and , the
Medical DepartmPTit In workFng in pro
rortion in its iwn-hasies.. In the Navy
Department carefully , ulannied( relief
, measures! arts being' carried forward:
; The crvtlmf Buffa-to ; has been ordered
. put fr rfadlness for lmmedfate : use as
"a food aiid supply transport.
There iff no lack of indications pf
erontaneems offering from all parts of
the country. Today . tlegnam wa.
received from the Pittsburg Chamber
of Commerce, asking the Department
if . prUnate contributions would be re
cNved, and how they should be adf
dreW!l. Himllar mt'Stags ca me from
- other ioints.
An original suggestion came from r
NfWVYrk 'c6nitii4.feimt X Hou.se in the
. shipe of a letter profft-nng a million
pounds' of rice at cost frie and dutv
free to the. Government.
r Ho rapUHy hart the Government
aijfnts ' worked thas already the "War
Department a! one had stent over $100,
0M) of the relief appropriation.
Not Their Way
London. May I3.r-The munificent ap-
proprtatloilv-yeslefdai'. by the Untied
states Cingre.s for the reli?flfMar
tinlque sufferers. President Roosevelt's
. mesai?e recommending $50,000 for that
purpose, the action- of the, 'TJntPd
"TTates Governmt nl in dispatching war
Vessrls anid food ) supplies to Mir1n
ique, etc were. drawn attention to In
the Ilcuse ;6f" Commons today, by John
Dillon- the fb? S'atmnallst, who
asked the j .Government leader. A. J.
IiJfour, whether Great Britain Intend
ed Co adopt imilar relief "mr,aires'.
Ialfour's reply wns not caleulatd to
-aitiafy public opinion. He said th?
jjirSWer' hd -been un'ler conjlder-tlop
. by the, CaMnet but he had no ia?fc--mtnt
to-make."; ! i- . ' :-'
A MOB IN CONTROL
AMERICAN MINISTER TO HAYTI
REPORTS OStCHE REVOLU-
. ; ! TION THERE.
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. WASHINGTON. May 13 The Secre
tary of Stat I2Ssj rereivvl a dlsoatch
from the American Minister in Havti.
as-fol!ows j - , - :''.:'
"The Chambers "ha'vebeen rtii bv
a mob. Much firimr ensued., and one
Deputy wass Vnortally wounded. "The
populaoa attiaerhe palace and, r
senat Jist; night. I Several "were Ued
and wounded. : -il - :
'Firmin; with Uw rmy t marehing
on Port a; Prince, great excitement
prevails t Port au Prirwe, and bul'l
ness is pen.ded4 t'. i -
i THE SHERIDAN HORROR
MORE DEAD AND WOUNDED AND
FURTHER EXPIX5IONS ARE
rrTTSDUKG. Pa.. May IX A rare
fil search? for the "dead and injured in
the Sheridan horror of yeoterday re
vsls tonight a Hat of twentr-three
dead and 202 Injured. - The comolete
lint of Injured thay never be known, aj"
many wre able to get away without
making khowwtheir identltv. : A eon
scrvatlve estimate by thosa familiar
with the ; eituatloit places, the number
rnona or iets seriously hurt a t hot less
than 3oa "! - ; " ( .
Pmsburg. Pa May 11 The officials
of the Pan-Handle Railroad fear
woraw explosion than, the three which
wrought sr 'much damage -yepferdaT.
Ar"Miger line has beespmade 500 yards
cn ail &ide of the burning wreckage
aud the railroad police are keeping the
curious crowd back. ; A few feet below
the bartting' wreckage lies the big 55-
inch mala oC the FhUadelpbJa. Oom-1
parry, which come from the gaa fields
In the ! Southwestern portion of the
state, and which supplies the McKee
Rocks and Lower Allegheny, districts
with natwral ffaa. It la feared lhat
the concussion was ao great yesterday
that some of the Joint or even the pipe
Itself aright have been, damaged, and if
such Is the case, the gas. whlch-ls un
der greaJ pressure, will soon force its
way -through, , and- another terrific, ex
plosion will follow.
About tvtnty car are plledt'up be3
tween the Sheridan Station, and Corks
Ron In the Sheridan yardsr This la
still ia roas of1 flamea. In this. there
are all kinds of merchandise. Little
headway is being made to extinguish
the re. owing to tl fact "that the en
tire wreckage is saturated with nDh
tha nd kerosene,, awl every now and
then a fresh volume of flame shoots
out from tsbe smolderinr ruins. I j
Total Suspension of the Work
May Be Temporary :
Will Be Had In the conven
tion for Permanent
PRESIDENT JOHN MITCHELL AND
.. HIS FELLOW -OFFICERS MAIN
TAIN SILENCE. AND THE CON
VENTIPN OF ! MINE-WORKERS
''Z "WlLlJ DECIDE MATTER TODAY,
HAZ ELTON, Pa, May 13. The ait-
uatlon regaa-ding the continuation of
the present toUil suspension of the work
in th athfaeite- C4al fields of Penn
sylvania is a trifle clouddd tonight.
, Ttfe apparent overwhelming , senti
ment for a r strike, -which was In cvly
dence yesterday, is'not quite bo promi
nent now, and predictions are freeiy
made tonight that whatever : the dele
gates in -.conventlorij tomorrow ileter
mine upon, the winning side 'Will have
only as bare majority. Prflsldent Mit
chell and his fellow officials still main
tain silence, and every attempt . that
has been ' made to gel thfr , opi nion
of the situation has proved futile. The
indications, fhoweverjare that the del
egates' favoring the7 strlkei are In the
majority and will win "in the :con vena
tion. It is believed that the pro-strike
delegate iq the middle and lower re
gions are numerous enough ' to over
come considerable t anti-strike senti
ment in the upper region.:-, . il- ,:.r"
CHAFFEE MAKES REPORT
HE FEARS "NO FARTHER I TROU
BLE AT THliiNHANDS ' OF j THE
: WASHINGTON. Mtye13.--General
Chaffee has" made the following cable
report to the "War DepartmenTof the
progress of ttbe negotiations wirh the
Dattos f& Mtncnao; !
! ''BrtgadierKJeneral George T. Dav
thinks two, battalions shouM come if
they can be supplied.' The Genassi
trail is very difficult. I think the with
drawal, from the laks would Seriously
jeopardize our safety: the weaker dat-
tos would have given, friendly assis
tance, but I toelieve that If we -remain,
ine more powerful Uaxtos will come
In when it is apparent, ouK mission is
friendly. From the present indications
further hostilities will not be ; .nc-
sary unless provoke! by the Moros.
The battle " of Bayan caused much as
tonishment; It was extremely neces
sary, and awholesbme lesson which I
do not think will have- to be reneated.
"Some Datlos are very suspicious
and offensive. The: lake counitry Is
beautiful and .more suitable for the
occupation of the Aurericans than any
AlictorliyJJ. C.t May 15. A band of
flf tyXutiws, , armed ; with rifles
and i bolos, 1 attacked five rrtemibers 'of
the Philippine: constabulary : (natives)
between Bulusin anKl Barcelona in the
Province of Sogwgon.. The, inhuman
wretches,, reports the Manila. TimesL
captured three - of the ' cpnstsularv.
tied them hand and foot, gouged out
their eyes with sharp wiood sticks, and
then, piacingr them In the burning sand
with the sun: beating into their ey el esa
sockets! commericinK at their- feet, cut
them into smal p1eees with -bolos. adding-1
every poselbie feature of barbaric
torfure except burnfing. The other two
members of the constabulary eocaDed
to ;Sorsogoh. "-. ,; '!''.'.'.;-,
ENDED IN MASSACRE
BLOODY BATTLE FOUGHT BE
' TWEEN CHINESE TROOPS
AND REBELS. !
PEKIN. May 13.-f-An encounter .be
tween the rebels and the troops of
Yang Kal SbU Governor of. Chi '."Li
proVinee, practically breaks up all the
armed j resistance to .th Owernmftit
It is estimated that 2000 rebels were
killed, 'i The end of the engagement sa
vored f a massacre. AH the wound-Vl
were kitted and no prisoners were tak
en. CASTOR I A
For IrJanU &n.d Guldren.
Xti Ihi Yes Ha?a Alwajs B::gH
HARRlilAN IS COMING.
SAN FRANCISCO. Kay 14. E. H.
Harrlman. President of. the-i Southern
Pacific Company, started on his return
trip East this evening by way of Port
land. Or. lie was accompahied by
General Manager Julius limttachnltL
A COLUMN OF
- BLACK SMOKE
Drives an American Vessel
' Out of Her Course ;
IN THE LESSER ANTILLES
The Situation at St. Pierre
Mnnot Be De
scribed , - r -.
FRENCH TROOPS ARE BURYING
THE DEAD REMAINS ARE BE
ING ROBBED BY GHOULS, A
BOAT LOAD' OF; THEM, .BEING
SEIZED BY THETUG POTOMAC.
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FORT DE FRANCE, May 1Z. Th
United States Government tug Poto
mac cruised along the coast of this
island yesterday. "She encountered an;
Inky black column - of smoket which
made It necessary for her to' go five
miles cut of her course.
Words fail to describe the present
situation at St". Pierre. A small de- I
tacbmtTit of Fsench troops is making
an effort to Inter the dead, although
the Government seems to be strikingly
unconcerned as. to what Is done In
this direction. The looting' of the ruins
has' begun already. While coming to
Fort de Franbe the Potorhac picked up
a boat containing five' colored men and
one white man whose pocket were
filled with coin and jewelry.. The latter
evidently strippejd. from the finger of
the dead. Lieutenant McCormick, com
mander of the Potomac, turned the men
over to the .commander of the French
cruiser Suchet for punishment.
A -famine here is iminent.
The btomac " will leave here today
for thf Island of St. Vincent; where
conditions are y reported to be worse.
LaSouffriere, on St. Vincent. Was in
full eruption May 10th. A stream of
stones and mud half a milevwide, was
then issuing from the volcano. Sven
hundred dead were reported May 11th.
It Is estimated that the total deaths
in St. Vincent reach two-thousand.
The northern section of the island Is
depopulated. Prov leians are t needed
immediately for 100,000 people. A ship,
load of lime is also needed at" St.
Pierre for sanitary purpoe The
stench there from the. dead bodies Is
overpowering. Mount' Pelee was : still
erupting" smoke, and fire at a . late hour
last nSght.o ; ,
It was reported! heroi yesterday, "from
the Isdand of Dominica, that 300 sur
vivors of the St. ( Pierre disaster had
reached there In canoes, j
Many strange and JncomprehenriWe
Instancies are reoounted of St. "r Pierre.
Thtr-chsTTCVl remains of a woman with
a silk handkerchief, unburned and in
perfect condiition. held to her lip, have
been found. The crisped' bodies of
young girls have been: found, but their
shoes unhurt; -Tv --4-: -
Every praise is given United States
Consul Ayme.- He hA .worked lnJe
ftlgably -co succor the survivors. , He
has bound thif Hmbs rf wounded and
has worked without siep and Without
food, , lie Is. now thoroughly' exhaur-t
ed - '
Iu addition o"h specie' alreadv
ured. Jewels to the value of 1,000.000
f rapes were rescued from the Bank pf
St. Pierre yesterday. Tire Italian con
sul at Mtirbadioes ha tecovered th
body of hhv daughter, who .was vlsi'tfng
St. Pierre afcstbe ime of the disaster.
No Ftftw of Lava.
Fort de France. Xay.I3. As a result
of the measures takttvby. the author!
!tles,access to StPlerres now easier.
The ruins of the! town' mre ceased
smoking. Two thousand corpses have
been found in a carbonized condition.
It is learned that the rain of fire ceased
at a distance of 200 yards from the v
lage of Le Carbet. There was hot.
has been said, any flow of lava.
A REMARKABLE PROJECT
POTTER PALMER PROVIDED IN
lilS WILL FOR ON EMERGEN
THAT." NEVER CAME. ;
CHICAGO. May 14. With the filing
of the w ill of thelate rotter Palmer is
-made public an exceptionally interest
ing codicil relating to a remarkable
project by which Chicago-would have
been, very much benefitted in certain
"When the deceased and , his, family
w re leaving for a trip abroad about
four years ago. the t'Stator contem
plated an emergency that they might
all meet death together In some dis
aster. In this event Mr. Potter pro
vided that one-halt oljiis estate should
go to. establish an immense-people's
palace, where free opportunity should
be given to the people of Chicago fr
entertainment and. recreation and for
physical, mental and nwral ,deveio
ment hrough lectures nd classes, and
instruction in me nature of our
poliUcal Institutions and the duties M
qniensnip, ai in the arts ahd scl-fl
ences. The rest he bequeathed in icqual
proportion to his collateral' heirs ajid
Mrs.' Pal mer's collateral heirs.
But there Is no suggestion In the wiQ
that this scheme be now carried ouL
CATTLE PRICES HIGHER. .
CHICAGO, May 14. Cattle prices
were higher art the Union Stock Yards
in Chicago today than for almost 20
years. The top price for the day. $7.60,
was 10 cents In advance of the high
mark last week. Prices of hoars and
sheep Also made record marks' for the'
year. . - - . -i . f
MADE A GHASTLY FIND
TWO YOUNG MEN DUG' UP
SKELETON IN EAST SALEM
W. H. Clark and George Zwlcker.
two young men employed by T. D.
Joness, the East Salem nurseryman,
made & ghastly find In the shane of a
human skeleton, on Monday afternoon
while employed in hauling dirt from
the south end of Mr.' Jones' -place in
East 'Salem, to the State street aide
of the tract. The south ' end of ; the
Jones property abuts1 on the Peniten-tLu-v
witch, between 24 th and 25th
streets, and the fence at this point has
recently betnl moved In about ftet.
The men were engaged In hauling dirt
from a point near this fence, and while
Mr, Clark was loading: hi wagon he
dutf ' ud. to- his momentary horror, a
grinning .kulL A further examina
tion s-howetlthe remaining bone of,
human "i,keJ4tonr the whole haying- been
imbedded in t he ground only 18 inchet
below the surface. On examination it
was decided that the toody had ben
burled for - many yetrs, possibly jJO px
$5 yturs, arfd that It was probably that
of ah Indian, as the find was made or.
tfcelsite of . an oU Indian canining
groui.,Mr. Jones hai owned the place
for ITycuirs. end le isf safisfied It
must have been buried before he nur-
chased the property. The bones will
be Te-Interred, today.
Naval Apfopriatlon Bill Tak-
en Up in the House
RNiNG NOTE SOUNDED
:'-Al--A -r-T i. ' -
American Navy is Not Invinc
v able, Says Mr.
THOUGH IT DEFEATED THE EF
FETE AND DECAYING NATION
OV SPAIN CONFERENCE RE
PORT ON THE OMNIBUS BILL
REJECTED BY LOWER HOUSE.
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" WASHINGTON. May 13.-The nay
al appropriation bill, which provides
for two hew battleships, two armored
cruisers and two gunboats, and carries
a total . of $17,650,000, was ttaken up
in the House today. Foss (UL) chair
man of the Naval Corrjmittee, in opening-
the' debate soundetd a note' of
warning against the overconfident be
UefJ; that our navy is4nvincible. He
declared that our - victories at Manila
and. Santiago werttdue to-the fact that
the Jleets were contending with the ef
fele and decaying nutfon, and that our
strength far outmatched Spain in these
-contests.'"' . s' -
The Conference report on 'the Omni
bus claims bill was rejected ; on the
ground- that the claims not cortsldared
iby either branch of Congress had been
inserted in the measure by the con
ferees and tfnT measure wa returned
.Vf ivwiiivi tin r - - -
CHANGING THEIR NAMES
TWO YOUNUr MEN PETITION THE
PROBATE COURT JO THIS
Upon the application of Fredricrb
Ott and George -Ott. to the Marion
county court to have their surnames
chaiired to i?chindlcr. nl tlx? c"rt
j-et Frldaiy. May 30. 1902. at 10 o'clock
a. m. as the date and time for hearing
the applcation hd ordered that notices
be posted in- at least three nubile
places ln1 Mariorr countv.
Fredriech Ott, aged 23 years, hs
lived with his' grandfather. Gottfried
Schindlor, ever since he was 7 years of
age, and Geosre Ott, ever sinct he was
3 weeks old and not havincr heard from
tneir father. Fred OM, who lives In
Germany, fopmore than 'flVe yea'rs and
from the nrfother, who was last heard
of at Ch-ao, for morff than three
yearak it) their desire and also thatlof
their grafcdfaAher that they assume the
-tatter's surname and become, his heirs.
COLLECTING THE FUNDS
THE FOTJRTII OF JULY CELK
(ATI ON I N THE CA ll-
TAL CITYf . 1
Tine flnaneev coimnlttit for the
Fourth of Ju1yKetebraton crrtlnul
its solicitation of .fWds yrterday and
reported very encouraging rvsults.
Abut one-half of the usiness houa"S
have been canvasweef soar and the
committee feels very hopefuKof secur
ing all that it started outftv raissp,
$2000. or even 'mJre, as in eveTK In
stance th9, members have been vrv
cordially received, liberal eontrib
tlores haw ibeen made and kind wishes
of succeit received, and up m' lrt ev
ening over $1200 haI bee-n subcrfbd.
The merclnts are taking ho vi of the
mter. g-lve all the support potble
a,rrl there Is no. rtoubi in anybody's
mind now, juilginc by the enthusiasm
generally manifested., that Slem will
have the grandest celebration this year
that has ever been wit nssed before in
her history. This, was the smbrtance of
the rcslution ;whlclu was offered-sod
asfrrpted at the citixenfs mass meeting,
and. the spirt t is- stUl living and being
earried oat with a vim which1 refierts
great credit upon ttse committee and
the business ' men awV ritlsens, of Sa
tem. No .more "one-horse" celebra
tfons for Salem. -'.
DAM CONTRACT AWARDED
SALEM COMMERCIAL CLUB WILL
HOLD; AN IMPORTANT MEET- '
The Greater Salem Commercial Club
bas ' awarded --e contract for
repairing the dam in Mill cree-k, for
furnishing; power to-the flax fibre plant,
for $250 to G. G. Swart There were
a number of bids filed, ranging from
$25 to $400. '- . .
dir. Swart proposew to abanlon the
nM rfam entirelr and althouzh thi
material that can be utUixed of the IdJthja orderT while
dam In the construction of tha new one
will be used, the new dam will be put
in about 209 fet above the gate and
as the club Is very desirous of having
the work don6 at the earliest possible
date. Mr. wart Is engaged In prepar
ing his plans and specifications and
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come up, wIU ins aproKsltlon to w
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Pacific Com any to er t a handsotn"
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to the meKtlnjf and. l-rvi their asslKt
anc in thw tte tttive ptrt of the. worn.
THE TREASURE ISLAND, v
han rnAjrixr m? ii.-"Th.
rrewsure UwV forwhii an il-"j.
ditioh tartei "from tltlsN
ee-mbcr on the . schooner
lias lx-en re-su-hed irr rarcy aording
a letter rwHie-l in this city rm 'a
that gold was found jh the imi on
sU".hore. a n-1 T aljw, that 'iuartx d ls-o is
eref on th island zujp'f! to !
gold -bearing. The location f b- N
ahxl. however, is not t ited A
tf-r was posted In "Ecuador tt is r-
mired the rich Wandas off he toat
of that coutrtry.