Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, May 30, 1902, Page 2, Image 2

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    BILI DEBATE
$ . j
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Effort to Fix the Time for the
Vote Made
NICARAGUA CANAL BILL
And Cuban Reciprocity Meas
ure Are Also Consid- v
Patterson; continues his ad.
dress and urges ifdbpend
encb for the ; filipinos
when the 8hall establish
A GOVERNMENT. . S f
WASHINGTON. May , 27. A fruitless
effort was made Just before I the ad
journment of the Senate today, to se
cure an agreement on 'the time for the
vote-on the Philippine bill. The dis
cussion indicatedthat some day next
"week eventually would be5 agreed up
on, but no time was fljced, During the
discussion a proposition Was made
that, the time be fixed on alternate
Tuesdays, beginning next week, for a
vote on the Philifpln bill, the Nic
aragua Canal bill, and the Cuban Re
ciprocity bill, and that final aljoura
wot be "agreed' ; oti for. the yfpurth
Tuesday, but It was too startling to
be taken fctriously," although some Sen
ators .regariiod it favorably, i
For several hours today Patterson
ulLL-juhii xhie Phi;iiiiti ouesUon. -con-
.j ju- iliig lii-- Kit;tU , begun , yesterday.
After reviewing and 'commenting on
the general Philippine question,,; he at-itk-
the pending bill,-particularly 'it
ioviIn r.P&ardmg ihi holding
lauds,, which: he iKclar-J wai mun
tsirou uttil utiver, should., be , ihcluded
into the lav... He urged that ithe Flli
pinu aruuUsl iudcpvudvnte. and
ur- artliAiueiH word picture of the
turningTover to h ' Fiiipmus, by the
United States, of the islands' when
they had established a Government:
- Conferees Agreed.
Washington. 3Ia.y zl. The conferees
mt the 'two Houses of Congress on the
river and harbor bill, today reached a
final agreement on that bill. ' The ex
act figures showing the aggregate re
sult of their workjiave not been deter
mined, but it can be stated that of the
$:.5jwiyo . a pirojii lations added by the
Senate, - only about $4,W),W0 was re
turned. As tLe bill will be reported it
makes a total appropriation of about
tli,0vO,MM in direct appropriations and
for work authorized.
-'I iiw appropriation.'. Ir the improve
"raent of The pall'H v as amended to
reduce.-; the -amouuL. contiuuing tiie
contract, from liuO.WV to $314,000. and
a proviso Is Inserted at the end of the
paragraph that and before entering on
any work an ; examination ' shall be
made by the Board of Engineers, With
sucn a way no iu uiiiiiiiinii' i iuc uto
thereof and If thr project can be modi
fled the work-1sftp be done in accord -dance
with suchMnodiflcations. Other
wise it is to gain accordance with the
project submitted by Captain Hartz.
The important Senate : amendments
Include following: " "'. j f:
Tacoma harbor, $100,000 continuing
the contract, instead of $222,000; Col
umbia, river canalat Celllo falls. Seri
ate language retained, and an appro
priation of $100,000, instead of "$400,000
as originally provided by the Senate;
for preliminary examinations and sur
veys generally, $300,000 instead-of $250.
000 as provided by the House. .Most of
the amendments 4made by the senate
for large Improvements " were 'dis
agreed to, and will go outpf the bill
If conference report is accepted.
H ANNA IS CHEERED
THE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
IN OHIO GREETS THE .SEN?
ATOR WITH ENTHUSIASM,
CLEVELAND, O:, May 27. The ar
mory was well filled when lion. P. H.
BDurrrOT Cincinnati, sailed the Repub
lican State Convention1 to order this
anernoon, - xne leaaersv wiaoij ptu
ator Hanna, Governor Nash. General
Grosvenor " and .visiting '. politicians,
were cheered as they entered, ' Gov
ernor Nash was announced as the tem
porary chairman. . He was tendered
an ovation on bttng introduced. He
spoke at length of the action of Jie
State Legislature in regard to taxa
tion and corporations-; I r
After the completion of routine bu
lnea there were calls for . Senator
Hanna. until he was compelled to re
spond, but he refused to discuss public
questions in advance of the address of
the permanent qhalrman. ! After ; a
demonstration In honor of Senator
Hanna. the convention adjourned until
tomorrow.
110RE BOERS SURRENDER
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LORD KITCHENER IS gLATED FOR
THE ADJUTANT GENERAL'S!
- BILLET,
tX)NDON. Msy 27. A . dispatch to
the Daily Telegraph, from Pretoria, re-
ports that 200 Boers have 'surrendered
at Frankfort, Orange River . Colony.
The statement : Is lMued by; a hews
agtncy that Lord Kitchener will be
come -Adjutant General to the' forces.
Instead of taking command of the In
dian army, as previously reported. -
INVESTIGATION IS! HADE
OF THE CONDITIONS LEADING UP
TO THE DISASTER IN , BRIT- '
ISU COLUMBIA. ;
.VANCOUVER, B. C .May 27. A
special from Fern it, B. C4 says: i
There will be: no whitewashed ver-.
dlot rendered by the coroner's) Jury,
which will recommence the ; Inquiry
Into, the mine disaster Friday. J The,
Miners Union bas retained counsel to
look after the interests of the miners.
The Jury is composed of merchants of
I tn.ie, who are - i't - ,.!. d la t:.e
I matter jwhich they will have to con
f elder. rThe public demand for an oKl
fclal Investigation, apart from the in
1 qfulry of coroner iury.; is becoming
mors Insistent.' and it is predicted that
the verdict o.f the coroner's -Jury will
be such as to force the Government to
act. So far seventy -two bodies have
been recovered. 1 , -
THE CANVASS CONTINUES
REPUBLICAN COUNTY CANDID-DATES
ARE DOINO GOOD
WORK. :
The Marion county . joint canvass
goes merrily on. and the Republican
speakers are getting by far the best
of the- bargain. Yesterday the candi
dates were at -Butteville in the'fore
noon;. at Hubbard at 2 p. m., and In
Aurora last night. The canvass con
tinues today." as follows:
Wednesday, May 2Sth Champoeg. 10
a. m.; St. Paul. 2 p, m.
Thursday, May 29th Brooks, 10 a.
m.; Howell. 2 p. m. ' ' ' '
Saturday," May- 31st Salem. 8 p. m.
Chairman W J. Culver, of the Re
publican county central committee,
has arranged . to send Hon. ; Tilmon
Ford and John II. McNary to Stay ton
on Saturday evening, where a' large'
meeting has been, arranged ' for that
Uimer The two speakers will discuss
state and county politics, and put in
some "good licks" for the entire ticket.
WILL HOLD EXAMINATION
SUPREME COURT TJ TEST AP
PLICANTS FOR ADMISSION
TO THE BAR. '
The Supreme' Court will tomorrow
hold an examination of applicants for
admission to the bar. The examina
tion takes place from 1 to ft p. mvjn
the Supreme Court room. i .
The following minor . orders- were
made yesterday: . i
J. Leve, et. aL. appellants, vs. Win.
Frazier, respondent; ordered -- upon
stipulation that appellants have until
June 7th to serve and file their brier.
Tilmon Ford, ! executor, respondent,
vs. A. T. Gilbert, et. at- appellants; or
dered on stipulation that. H. B. Thiel
sen have until Jun' 20tb. to srve and
file his brief herein. . . , ' .
rltt the Sklnnt Estate, ' George - E.
Lewis, petitioner, respondent, vs. T. W.
Wann. administrator, appellant; or
dered on stipulation1 thart appellant's
time to serveand file his brief; be ex
fnded toluir 1st. :. -
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HEAVY ORDERS.
OREGON CITY,'1 Or, May 27. T. .W.
eiark. general manager of the Bandon
Woolen Millshas Just returned from a
trip to Chicago, ajid has - orders for
work from Eastern flrma amounting to
$150,000. This will keep the mill in
operation day Vand night until July 1,
1903. '. . . :. f '.
INJUNCTION
IS DISSOLVED
Circuit Judges - In Portland
Will Not Restrain Strikers
BUILDING TRADES COUNCIL
And vlts Officers a re Left
Freedom of
- 1 Action
CHICAGO IS FACE TO FACE WITH
A MEAT FAMINE-PACKERS AND
BUTCHER'S ARE UNABLE TO
DRIVE WAGON'S- ATTEMPTS TO
MOVE FAIL.
PORTLAND. May 27. The Injunc
tion against the Building Trades Coun
cil and its officers and the Federated
Trades Assembly and kts officers was
dissolved Vodayjby Judges" Bears, Cle
land, George, and Frazer.n Joint ses
sionr Th injunction against the
Amalgamated Woodworkers' Union re
mains In force, l
" ; The Meat Famine.
t Chicago, May 27. Chicago's " beef
supply irom the stockyards Has been
almost entirely cut off, and unless the
concessions demanded by the striking
tiumsters are "granted, the city will be
face to face, with a meat famine. Not
only have the big packers failed in
every attempt to smuggle meat out of
the yards, but tha wholesale and re
tall butchers, who usually drive their
own wagon and take out loads of pro-
I visions, have been forbidden, to do so
in ine ruiure-
Sought in Vain.
St, Louis, Mo, May 27. Deputy
Sheriffs, armed with a Wftph warrant
Issued at the Instance of the Grand
Jury, searched ' unavaillngly tonight
for Charles F, Kelley, a member and
ex-Speaker of the House of Delegates.
The charge against him Is misconduct
in office. Kelley is ileged to havs
obtained sereral eontrac-xs for print
ing from the city, through - fictitious
concerns.
From Hot to Cold.
- . Dysentery is prevalent everywhere In
summer and is due to mtasmaUc nel
sons, and begins abruptly wltn Inflam
mation ofthe mucous lining of the
largebbwel. In America the disease
is 'common, but properly treated, doss
not result as seriously as in the tropics.
Perry, Davis' Painkiller is tho best
known remedy and the most efficacious
in the treatment of dysentery. ,
CASTORIA
Tor Infant! and Children.
Tt3 Yea H3T3 Ai.vzjs E::gt!
Bears the y7 , jT-rfZ-"
A young man hunting a gm on (he
matrimonial beach rarely picks, up the
girl who considers herself th e only peb
ble. - .
GOLDlHUKTERS
They Enter an Indian Reser -
.. . J At . .
vation in Washinson
TO SECURE GOOD " CLAIMS
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Belief That ! the fresident
t f Would Open the Lands
1 Soon .
THET SECURED ALL. THE HORSES
f AVAILABLE AND RACEp FOR A
I WELL DEFINED LEDGE ON THE
J SPOKANE RESERVATION WILL
BE. EXPELLED. '
LONG'S STORE. Cedar Canyon,
Wash May 27.- A stampede today, to
the ledge on the' Spokane Reservation,
caused considerable excittsnent. i Fif
teen or twenty men, believiug the res
ervation would be thrown open to set-,
tlement by .Presidential proclamation
before June 1st, engaged every avail
able horse and raced for a pointy near
Sand Creek,-about six mies. east from
DeerTTrail, where there is said to be
gratmineral : showing. - It Is not
known If ithe Indian police have remov
ed the Interlopers from the reserva
tion. f'-.- v ; - ' '
MUST BE RECOGNIZED
LADIES OF THE - G. A. R. TO BE
j TREATED EQUAL TO RELIEF
i . CORPS BY G. A. R. .
"c (From Wednesdayjs Statesman.) . '
4 Ladies of U. S. Grant Circle No. 5,
Salem, ' Oregon i I .have Just : received
your letter of the 5th Instant and has
ten to reply . thereto. I have supposed
that copies of all my order? were sent
to the headquarters of the Ladles . of
the Grand Army, and I have no doubt
that is so, as I gave explicit directions
that this should be done. , However,
you may not have . seen them, and i so
I enclose you herewith the last two,
one concerning the Annual Encamp
ment, and. the other in regard to Mem
orial ! Day. You will see by these that
I have Included the Ladles of the
Grand, Army In all matters where the
Women's Relief Corps appears, and I
have, in all my orders, made no dis
tinction between them. You are -quite
light In believing that I am a friend
of your organization, and I can see no
reason why any Comrade of the Grand
Army should be otherwise. You may
depend upon it that so long as I am
Department Commander I shall give-i
the same recognition, so far as' I am
able to do, as I have - heretofore.
I regret Very much t.hat Sedgwick Po3t
should haveBo completely ignored my
Memorial Davxorder. as well as that
of the Commander-in-Chief, and f
think it would notbe out of place for
a representative of your order to invite
the attentioa of that Postto those ord
ers, and tq that omission. trust that
we shall all have a large representa
tion at "Astoria. Very truly yours. In
F. C. & L., J. A. SLA DEN, ! '
- Department commanaeiv
The above letter Is self explanatory
It seems that Sedgwick Post No.'W, G.
A. R.. of this 'city, refused or neglect
ed to Invite the Ladies of the Grand
Army of the Republic to participate
ir the Memorial Day exercises. This
has happened heretofore so the "mem
bers of U.S. Grant Circle, Ladies of
the Grand Army. say. . Hence a letter
to the Department Commander of . the
G. A. It., which brought forth the
"above reply. . -
! The Annual Encampment of the G.
A. RJ, spoken of above, will be held at
Astoria on the 4th, 5th and 6th of June.
The program for Memorial pay in
this city appears in another column of
this' issue of the Statesman. It should
have appeared yesterday morning, but
was crowded out. It will be seen, by
the order of procession that the La
dles of the G. A. R. are given a' posi
tion in the procession immediately fol
lowing the Union Veterans' Union.'
Mrs. R. E. Wands, of the Ladies of
the Grand Army, ;Is to deliver the ad
dress-on Memorial Day (tomorrow) at
Cottage Grove. , 45Ire delivered the ad
dress there last year.'
PELEE IS IN ACTION
BRITISH STEAMERS PASSING
MARTINIQUE iceZBORT FLAME
AND SMOKE THROWN OUT.
ST., JOHNS. Island ojt Antigua. B.
W. L,1 May - 28. The British steamer
Fontabell, from. New York for various
West Indian ports, has arrived here
and reports having passed St. Pierre,
Martinique, May 27th, when; vast col
umns of smoke and flashes from Mt;
Pelee ' were visible' forty . miles away.
Dust fell on the steamer '.when fifty
miles from the island. The , Fontabell
had previously landed relief supplies
at Fort de France.
Clouds of Smoke.
Roseau, Island of Dominica. May 23.
The British steamer Sa van, from
London for Barbadoes and West In
dian porta has a rived here. She passed
Mt Pelee. Island of Martinique, at 9
o'clock this morning, when a thtek
black smoke was arising from the vol
cano, and the officers of Ithe 'Savan be
lieved from the great quantity of dust
which fell on the steamer that another
eruption has occurred.
: - From the Volcano.
v Charleston, S..C, May28.--A consid
erable qaantlty of pumice-looking ma
terial, believed to be from volcanoes In
the West Indies, is drifting on the
shores In this vicinity,' Fishermen have
also brought in pieces from the sea.
It is supposed the' gulf stream brought
it to this region : is ii :
THE OREGON PRUNES
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MARKET IN THE J EAST . AS
FOUND BT WALTER T. JENKS
DURING IHS TRIP.
Walter T. Jenks who 1 has Just re
turned from a nine weeks tour of the
North and Middle West in the interest
of the Willamette Valley Prune Asso-
clatloCreports a very favorable and
fca.tL..ctory conCitiua cf lUts inai j.tia
Uiere, eietially in CanaJa. ilinne
sota and the Dakotas.
f. On theAtlar.tlc Coast, Mr. Jenks re-
ports, there is- a considerable stock of
California fruit. Chiefly of the Petite
variety and composed mostly of , the
10ri -crop, which dealers are striving
! tWkwf taanr1f obtlnaWe:
Jbut that the stock of Italians was very
T
f light.' not much of the J 901 crop left.
and this variety is crowing la favor
, and the demand
Increasing
He brouitht very encourajdnir nsws
, on all rarta of the country. In St.
LPaul he waa informed by several of
I the . most rromlnent , dealers that the
fa we-and. that, during the season Just
cloeed there ..were three pounds of
Oregon prunes, sold to one pound p(
California, but ; th - principal ,reasou
that the; rrices' are liept .down is that
the growers consign their fruit to th
East and, as that la the first market
ing point, they stop their , consign
ment there. tind are forced to close out
at ridiculously low prices and the mar
ket is swamped," therefore 'the- only
way diat pcices tanbe fixed and main
tained is by the growers , standing to
gether, paying more attention to the
care of the' growing crop, harvesting
and - above all curings grading and
packing, as there is so much inferior
fruit unloaded ort the 'market which
tends 'to discourage the dealers, who
have put their faith in the representa
tion of the growers, and -the result. If
Clat the market is paralyzed. He also
realized that, although Oregon fruit is
gaining in favor it Is not nearly so ex-
pensively advertised "a the California
fruit and In that respect is at ac great '
disadvantage, and he will urge that the
Association pay more -attention to this
matter in the future. Eastern dealers
are requesting that advertising matter
be furnished them. Of "all the fruit
which : has been shipped through . the
Association, Mr. Jenks said that it was
especially gratifying to him to receive
expressions of satisfaction from all
dealers and not one single .complaint.
H. S. Glle predicts, notwithstanding
the repors of the almost total loss of
the Italian prune crop by reason of the
(ate raina, that, from reports brought
in from different sections of this dis
trict, the. yield" will be much greater
than was anticipated by the majority.
In the hilly districts the damagejto the
fruit has been very slight but 1 in the
low lands it is more serious yetJhe es
timates that the yield " in thupe or
chards will be from 25 to 50 per cent of
a full croo. I ' - '".
Mr. GJIe Is In receipt of a bronze
medal which was 'awarded ' the Asso
ciation exhibit at the Pan-American
Exposition which" is - the second high
est, the gold medal beinjf 'awarded to
the ; state. He Is also Iri receipt of a
f communication from Supt. H. E.
Dosch, of the f Oregon exhibit, at' the
South Carolina Inter-State and West
Indian- Exposition, conveying the In.
formation that the Association had af
so been awarded a bronze medal at
that eXDoeitlon.
AGREEMENT
IS REACHED
To Vote on the Philippine Bill
Next Tuesday
DEBATE IS TO BE LIMITED
During the Last Two Days to
Fifteen Minute
J Speeches -
THE SILVER QUESTION COJJ1ES
UP IN THE HOUSE AND CAUSES
; SERIOUS DISCUSSION DEMO
CRATS OPPOSE THE RECOINING
OF STJANDARD DOLLARS.
WASH INGTON. May 28. A n agree
ment was reached fn the Senate today.
by which the. final vote 'on the pending
Philippine Government bill and all
amendments would be taken up next
Tuesday, at 4 o'clock p. m. Pending
the vote, the Senate will meet at 1 o'
clock each d&.y. .except Friday, when
the Senate will not siti.it being Mem
orial Day, Monday and Tuesday - the
debate will be under the fifteen minute
rule, : y ' :
The Silver Question. ,
Washington.. May 28,-The House
spent the day debating the bill Ho in
crease the subsidiary coinage by coin
ing, the silver bullion in . the Treasury,
and to coin the standard silver dol
lars as the public necessities may re
quire. The limit of subsidiary coinage
Is now $100,000,000. The . bill increases
this to an Indefinite amount in the dis
cretion of the Secretary of the Treas
ury. - The bill a roused the; opposition
of Democrats, who claimed jjf was only
a step in the direction of the complete
striking down of the silver dollar.
The debate drifted into a general dis
cussion of the silver .question. New
lands (Nev.) finally offered an amend
ment to make subsidiary silver legal
tender, and this amendment, was pend
ing when the. House adjourned.
m. .... f y- " .---;
Conferees Agree.
. Washington May .28. The Mercer
omnibus public building, bill has been
agreed on in conference.. The bill car
ried, f 1500.000 when It left the House.
The -Senate added $3,200,000. In con
ference the Senate amendments were
reduced about JL200.000. The following
among the items in controversy, Were
finally settled:
Portland.. Or., postofflce, Increased to
$604,000; Tacoma; and Spokane, in
creased for etites, each $ 100,000.
No Quorum.
Washington,' May 28. The caucus of
the Democratic: members of -the House
was to have been held tonight to con
sider plans for forcing a vote on the
Nicaragua 'Canal, bill, at the present
session of Congress. Only fifteen "Dem
ocrats responded to the call, an4 as a
result it was decided to postpone the
mejng Indefinitely. .
.NEW TROLLEY LINE. :
. EVERETT. Wash.. May J7A-DrI De
Soto. of SeatUe, and William St. Riley
and John J. Habecker, or rnildelthia.
have been granted . a franchise to
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build a trolley line throughout Shbho
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tained at SuMan Canyon, estimated at
25,000 horse power.
HOW THt3 WEW-X TINTED RfXSE-i
VELT. .
. On fr. Roosevelt's 'famou i camraisrn4
ing inp. acfnsjf the country in the fall
of 1900 it bwame apparent tnat some urf
the p3infoIk aer hardly sat lned thafl
what they had heard of the ejndldaW
for Vice President was'not too good Vi
be true. o there develop! a uniqurt
system for the entertalnmnt of the dlsJ
Ungulsbed gueat. lie was mounted on
the mofe-t iiritt"l and hot always the
most thorouRhly br'krn horse irr ihi
neijcwnooq, gnu wai invited to go!
for. a ride with a number of emimnc
jitisens who wanted to Vshow him tii'j
country." Sooner or plater int' the cours
ot that ride he would be decoy-ed to ai
stretch of oien llaln; the pace woul'B
be gradually Increased until the "ridej
became a wild breaknec k rar-e in which!
only the s-toutesl-heccrled and steadiest
headed riders : coukl . hold their own
Time ami again die this occur, and no)
one was le 3liBturbed by the practic
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Children.. "The aim
plest and best feme
dies', minute direc
tions in cases of
w o u n d s. seal d ,
burns, poison, hydro.
of the principal remedies. Including
Vegetable remedies; description of each;
w to preserve same;- their preparation
attees on Anatotny. rhysfology and Hy;
y Ventilation, Pure, and Impure Air,
Disinfectants, etc., etc Physical
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i ' . Salem, Oregon,
BING LIST
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The
monsti-r building now Nlwlnif..
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thi fla t Iron bkx-k 1M'
Madison H.uare I the moit jitrikir
example -of modern office construct lir
which people whose business and idea
ure keep them above Canal stieet hav;
had the opportunity to watrh In oJlly
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presses those unfamiliar; with prewnt
architectural method i the fact that
parts of the" outer walls are beiti
built downwarvi from the. twelfth . or
thirteenth istory to the fourth. iieloY
the latter" ihere is not yet any exterior
wall.lt jnajkes a strange sight for those
unaccustomed to the curlositlei t
seen infar downtown Manhattan, an I
th fact that It Is novel to many 1
apparent ffom the comments which
one who ptaa: among the Mali'n
ftiuarn thrnas cannot help overhear
juare throngs cs
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TO FIL13 OUT A YlI:N FA'-K.
Eat nourUhing food. Drink warm
milk- Develop your whole body.' Sleep
tttteete ee4eeeHi nniassgeaaaiaa' aaaL
a great deal. 'Do not worry. Ma-ags
your face.--Ladies" Home J(urnal-
A fellowl aftor your purse is n-ver
a man after your heart. .