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JS Ultra, OREGON", UTIilDAY, OOTOJUSll , 1908.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
(lATJII!RnD PROM ALL PARTS OP TUB
Comprehensive Review of the Import
nnt Happening! of the Punt Week,
Presented In Condensed I'orm, Mont
Likely to Prove Intcrcatln- to Our
All nnilcnhla rettlomrmt of tho strlks
nt tho UlilcnKo stockyards In now ox
Tim Merchants A Farmers tuitions!
Iinnk of Byron, Noli., wan robbed of
Pirn dostroyod tho Norfolk A Western
liottil, l'J residence nnil a browlnu com
pany'a plant, nt Williamson, W. Vn.
T. Hay, a CMcako watchman, killed
ono of four men who attempted to hold
hlni up on lila way homo, and oicap-td
A hand of Itusslnnlied Ghlntso hrl
Ksnds raided Tnkntnn and kidnapped
In wealthy Chinese, whom thoy am
holding for ransom.
V. A. Richards, ox-deputy United
Mates marshal at Doa Moines, la., hai
been sontoncod to 1H year a In tho penl
tentlary for robbery.
The fnrolKn military auttiorltlonhavo
co-operated with the Ohlnete and
placed a aea and land cordon around
Peh Tang to provent tho plaguo aprMd
Chancellor McCracken, of Now York
nnlwalty, advocatea that knowlcdgo
of the Ton Commandment;, thoftarmon
on tho Mount, etc, bo mado a require
mont for ontrauco to college.
Robert It. Wcit, of Kentucky, tiai
been appointed auditor of the yoTorn
mont printing cillco.
IV'.lti.r H. niiatflatil. nf Far Rrvka.
13., V wy. truitfil exiiret company
employe, who embeailod (0,000, hai
bcn capturod in Chicago.
Ai a remedy for tho overproduction
of plglron, the commit loo having the
matter In hand will report for a 20 per
rent leductlon on tho output.
Professor J. II. Long hna given export
testimony that thu water supply of Ht.
lxnila cannot Imi ccnUmlnatwl by Chi
cago wtvnrngo through tho Military
Advice recoved from Kabul, Afghan
lMan, under date of Auguat 13, aaya
the cholera epldomlo ia nbatlng. Bov
ral iiromlnont iorona woro victims of
On etato'i ovldonco given by a con
federate, ox-Deputy United Htatoi
Marshal Itlchaida, of Dea Moines, la.,
Ima boon found guilty of engineering a
1 2,000 robbery.
Tho gunboat Naahvlllo has nailed for
Ht. Andrews Inland, olf tho const of
Ulcarngua, to Invoatlagto tho III treat
mont of Amorlcnns at tint hnnda of tho
Thu ringleaders In tho Hervlr.ii army
plot which caiiftod tho donth of tho
klni ami oueon huvn bnon sonlonrod to
two years in prison, but will probably
bo pnidoned by their rulor.
Tho Prosbytory of Now York hna con.
slructod a portnblu oluircli tor mission
Firobuga nro striking terror to the
hearts of all Hnrloui, N. Y. Thoy start
blnzoa In tho bnsomonta of Huts.
Tho American alonmor Blerrn haa
sailed from Hydnoy, N, 8. W., (or Han
Francisco with 1 250,000 in gold.
Ton persona woro Injured, two fori
oualy, In a trolley enr runaway at Chi
rago. A groon grlpinnii wnu rosionai
bio for tho accident.
Tho International papor company, nt
Itumford PnllH, Mu,, rofusoH to nccrxlo
to tho domnmla o( tho union, and 700
mon nro Idle
Tho city o( Drosdon will establish a
homo fyr drunkards.
Tho Orogon branch of the Masonic
Knighta Tomplnr mot in Albany this
yoar and n lively timo had by nil. Thu
following odlosrH woro oloctod : Goorgo
11. Hill, of Portland, grand command
or; I N. Itonoy, of Kugono, doputy
grnnd commnndors D. O. Algor, ol AN
banj, grnnd gouornllsslmo; Goorgo II.
Rurnott, of Snlem, grnnd captain gen
emit F. J. Mlllor, ' Albnrry, grand
senior wardon; P. A. Palno, of Kugono,
grnnd Junior warden B. G. White
house, of Portland, grnnd treasurer i
James F. Robinson, of Eugono, grand
THUUHI.I! THU INDIANS.
liastern Oregon White Men Let Stock
Stray Onto Keservatlori,
Washington, Oct. 3. Conslderablo
dllllculty linn boon experienced nt tho
Umatilla Indian ugancy, In Kastorn
Oregon, during tho past year, bcnatiso
of tho persistence with which white
mon, living oast and south of Urn rotor
Vntlon, hnvo allowed their initio to
stray upon tho rororvatlon. .Many
complaints of thla trespass woro made
to Bonded Superintendent Charlua Wll
kins, in chnrgu, wiio has advised the
Indian olllco that thla trespass haa
been to tho dotrimont of tho Interests
of the Indians. Ordors from hi in have
in many Instances put n stop to tint
troapnsi, but not alnnya. "Hliould tho
anmo trouble bo experienced In the fu
ture," saya Wllklna, "I will endeavor
to have tho trospaislng anlmala driven
in and Impounded, and chargo the
owners food In order to redeem tlielr
stock. Thla plan will porbapa onco
(or nil result In stopping the nula
Huporlntoudcnt Wllklna also ad
vlioa tho Indian olllco that tho attend
anco at tho government school at Uiun
tills allowed a marked falling off In at
tondanro during the past year, white
tho attendance at tho Kate Droxel
school showed n corresponding In
crease. This showing In favor of thu
Catholic mission ho attributes to tho
abrogation of tho "Drowning rnlo,"
whereby Indian parent can now exor
cise the prlvllcgo of sending tholr chil
dren to tho school thoy desire.
NO WAR rOK TIMH AT LIJAST.
Turkey Olves Assurance That It Will
Negotiate With UulgarU.
Paris, Oct. 3. Ofllclal advices from
tho llalkana show two distinct signs
that war will bo averted at least until
spring, First, tho Unitarian revolu
tionary committee haa mado overtures
to tho Ilulgarlan government, and tin
loss hoitilltlea are actually undertaken
within tho next fortnight, all tho prep
arations will Io suspended until
spring. Tho purpoio of thla, it ia un
deratood hero will bo permitting the
decimating of the Turkish forces
through tho winter and tho comple
tion ol the preparations for a declslvo
move early In the spring.
Second, M. Natchevlea, Putgarinnon
voy at Constantinople, haa a g rood to
take up tho negotiations. Jlw at flrat
refused to act on tho ground that Tur
key gavo no assurances of n desire for
OIVO PRIiPURBNCn TO POSOS.
Army Officers Instructed to Oncouragc
Ue of Philippine Currency,
WaahingtonOct. 3. General Young,
chief of staff, Ima tent a cablegram to
General Wadn, commanding in tho
Philippines, directing that ho encour
age In every legitimate way tho use of
tho Philippine currency. Following la
tho text of tho cablegram to General
"Referring to tho telcsram from
your olllco of tho 3d Inst., you aro ad
vised that while tho Philippine coin
ago law doea not modify tho leual.ro
ulromenta of the revised ntatutoa of
tho UnltotI stntea, thu secretary of war
directs you to encourage In all proper
waya tho use and circulation of tho
new currency. To that end you will
inueo contracts for nor vices nnd sup
plies to bo made In rtilllpplno pesos,
In all practical raws, to tho exclusion
of Mexican and other forma of local ox
11AUUACKS I'OR RUSSIANS.
Chinese llulldlng Accommodations for
Russian Porce at Port Arthur.
London, Oct. 3. -Tho Hong Kong
correspondent of tho Dally Mail learns
that 10,000 Ohlnoeo laborers nro build
Ing barracks at Port Arthur for 60,000
additional Russian troops and that fev
erish haato ia being displayed in uvory
The Dally Mail ccnsldera tho dispatch
ol Japanese troops to Coreu n grave
niovo on tho part of Japan. Tho troops
mo lutondod to guard hor telegraph
linos, but it moans tho occupation of
Loren, which Japan will probably re
fuse to evacuate until ItUBsIn ovacuatoa
Manchurin. This, adds tho newspaper,
means n pormanont occupation, na it
is not ox pec toil that Russia will leave
Perils ol the Repurllc.
Tho Century is to have a group cf
papers under tho tltlo "Perils of tho
Republic" tho object of thorn being tc
call attention by expository papers to a
few of tho moro important unfortunato
tendencies of American life. Tho tltlo
of one of tho early papers la "Tho Dally
Walk ol a walking Delegate."
TURKS HURL A NUMBER OP CHIL
DREN FROM lligtl ROCKS.
tllghtcen Women Outraged, Then Shut
In a Ilarn, Which Is Set on Pire
Whole Population of Ulatrlct of Rz-
log Alaaaacred-Scventy.Plve Peas
anta Held as Prisoners arc Slain.
Sofia, Oct. 2. A report issued by
the revolutionary committee atIonas
tlr gives details of n long Hat of a trod
tlea committed by tho Turkish troops
in Hepbteinber, including tho ruthless
I slaughter ol a number of children
who were liurlixi irom nigu rochs. it
Is staled that tho Turka killed over 200
peasants In a number of villages, and
while taking 13M villagers as prisoners
to Nevosk they massacred 76 ol them.
At another pisco 18 women wore oat
raged, and then shut in a barn, which
was set on fire.
A special dispatch Irom Itlla, Mnas
tlr, saya that troops recently attacked a
neighboring village, that the men Hod
to tho forests, and tho eoldlrea Iteat
and tortured tho women and children.
A rojtort from Phlllpoppolle saya the
war department la again buying horaca,
and a natation haa gono to tho frontier.
Another dispatch from Rlla Monaa
try gives a report that the whole popu
latlon of tho district of Raxlog has boon
massacred or haa fled. Throe thousand
women and children, fugitives from
tho Turkish soldiery, have arrived at
Itlla. Many villages around Razlog
aro aald to bo burning. The town itself
ia surrounded with tonta occupied by
tho Turkish troops who avoid fighting
and according to tho dispatch, attack
only Innocent pocple.
UYES OP ALL CHINA ON RUSSIA.
She Must Soon Hvacuate Manchuria, or
Break Her Agreement.
Pekln, Oct. 2. Attention ia concen
trated hero on October 8, the date fixed
by Russia for its evacuation of .Mukden
and New Ohwang. Ruiala's action
In fulfilling or Ignoring her agreement
to evacuate will bo tho cblof factor, it
ia conalderod, in determining her rela
tione with Japan.
Prince Ching, president of the for
olgn boaid, assures tho foreign minis
ters that ho Is continuing to resist the
Russian proMsals. Prluco Ching told
M. Lossar, the Russian minister, that
Russia should carry out her agreement
first, and then the other concessions
alio requires in Manchuria would bo
The Ghineto papers assert that M.
Lossar is pressing for Rurslan control
of tho customs nnd mining rights in
Manchuria, in addition to tho proposals
embodied In tho last Russian evacua
Uchlda Yasuya. tho Japaneeo minis
ter, ia opposing tho Ruisian demands.
Sir K. M. Hatow, tho British mlniator
and United fitatoa Minister Congor
have limited thoir representations to
TRAIN AND STRCBT CAR COLLIDI3.
Five Persona are Killed and a Score of
Others Hurt at Chicago.
Chicago, Oct. 2, Five persons were
killed nnd a scoro of others woro in
lured in n collision between tho Wis
consln Central Limited passenger tialn,
which loaves hero at 0 o'clock, nnd a
Forty-third-avonuo stroet car at Fifty
eocond avenuo tonight. Tho Btrcet
car wae crowded with passengers re
turning from the Ilarlom raco track,
and ovory man in the car was injured.
Tho motorman had received tho signal
to cross nnd had Just reached the cen
ter of tho track when tho passenger
train crashed into his car. None cf
the passengers hnd time to escape.
Th blame, tor tho accident ia laid
by Motorman Kllroy upon tho wet rails
of tho track. Ho saw the danger in
timo to avoid It, and applied tho
brakes, but tho rar slid along tho track
with locked wheels. The pnssonger
train, which was running at n high
rate of speed, struck the street car near
the ceuter, cutting It sqOnroly in two.
It was i educed te aplluterB in an In
Btant and tho forro of tho collision was
audi that several of the injured woro
hurled hiuh iu tho air and two of the
killed met their deaths by striking the
ground after being thrown up in tho
Sir Michael Herbert Dead.
London, Oct. 1. Sir Mlchaol Hor
bert. Dritlsh ambassador to tho United
States, died yesterday at Davoa-Platx
Swlttorland, after a long and plucky
flfllit acalnst consumption, which ter
minated with ttaglo suddennoea.
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