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Vol. XVI. No. U
CORVALLIS,. OREGON, MAY 2, 1903.
B. F. IRVTNB
: Editor and proprietor.
A General Banking Business.
Exchange issued payable at all finan
cial centers In United States, Canada
' PORTLAND Irfnddb & San FranclncoBank
' Limited; Canadian Bank ot Commerce.
SAN FRANCISCO London & San Francis
co Bank Limited..
JfEW. YORK Messrs. J. P. Morgan & Co. .
CHICAGO First National Bank. ,
ZXNDON, ENCr London & San Francisco
SEATTLE AND TAG OMA London & San
Francisco Bank Limited.
COR ALUS & EASTERN
. Time Card Number 21.
' For Yaquina;
Train leaves Albany. ..... 12:45 P- m
' " Corvallis...... 2:00 p. in
" arrives Yaqnina 6:25 p. m
Leaves Yaquina 6:45 a, m
Leaves Corvallis.. ....11:30 a. m
Arrives 'Albany. 12:15 p. m
3 For Detroit:
Leaves Albany. 7:00 a. m
Arrives Detroit 12:05 p. m
4 from Detroit: '
Leaves Detroit..... ..12:45 p.
Arrives Albany . 5:35 p. m
Train No. I arrives in Albany in time
: to connect with. S P south bound train,
as well as giving two or three hours in
Albany before departure of S P north
bound train. . ,
Train No 2 connects with the S P trains
At Corvallis and Albany giving direct ser--vice
to Newport and adjacent beaches.
Train 3 for Detroit. .Breitenbush and
other mountain resorts leaves Albany at
7:00 a. m., reaching Detroit at noon, giv
ing ample time to reach the Springs the
same day. ".
For further information apply to
.. Edwin Stone,
- " ' Manager.
H. H. Crbnise, Agent Corvallis. 1
Ihos.' Cockrell, Agent Albany, .
J. P. Huffman,
1 Architect ;
Office in Zierolf Building. ' Hoursi
from 8 to 5." Corvallis, Oregon.
li. G. AMMAN, M. D
. ... -. " '1.
i Offloe cor 3rd and Monroe sts. Eesl-
' denoe cor 3rd and 'i Harrison st.
nuura iv to a, ju.. zro ana
' to 8 P. M. Sundays 9 to 10 A. M.
Phone residence 315.
DR. MAUD HOLT.
Osteopathic Physicians -.
- Office on South Main St. Consul
; - tation and - examinations free.
umce nours: 8:3o to ii:4o a. m
1 to 5:45 p. m. Phone 235.
DR. C. H; NBWTH, t
Physician & Surgeon
E. E. WILSON, -'
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office in Zierolf Building, Corvallis. Or.
E. R. Bryson,
Physician, Surgeon, Occulist
. , . Corvallis, Oregon. -
OeficB Rooms 1 and 2, Bank Building.
Residence On Third street, between
" - Monroe and Jackson. - Res. telephone
Offics Hodrs 10 to 12 a m, 2 to 4 p m.
3L R. FARRA,
mBXSEBUkB. 8VlXiBXlO& ostetician
Besfttame In front of ooart boua facing 3rd
- Offioc-lwura .in..l so 2 and I to 8;
H. S. PERNOT,
Physician & Surgeon
Office over1 postoffice.' Residence Cor.
Fifth and Jefferson streets. Hours 10 to
12 a. m.,1 to 4 p. m. ' , Orders may be
left at Graham & Worthaia's drug store.
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Big Line Lace and Net Draperies. ,
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Ranches, write for my special-list, or c6me and
see me. I shall take pleasure in giving you all
the reliable information you wish, also showing
you over the country.
HENRY .AMBLER, -Real
Estate, Loan, and Insurance,
. Philomath, Oregon.
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you will but select from the great variety
we offer: . cereals, fruft, : fish and eggs..
Really wholesome changes from a steady
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HERMANN AND HIS , MANAGERS
. DECLINE JOINT CANVASS
' WITH REAMES.
What Their Reasons are Cham
berlain Will not Take-.. Part
' Says is .Governor of all
and not a Part What
Russia Wants ,
Eugene April 28. Dr. T. W.
Harris, chairman of the Republi
can committee has answered fteam
es' challenge to joint debate, declin
ing 00 behalf of Hermann. The
latters refusal to meet the Demo
cratic nomiaea is attributed by
many of .Hermann's fears of
Reames' well known brilliancy in
debate. " . ..- , . ' ' '
Reames possssses great reputation
for . forensic , oratory throughout
Southern Oregon, and his suppor
ters are anxious to see the two
measure words in public. The net
result of the incident is to cause
general comment to the effect that
Hermann will depend on hand
shaking and makiDg the plea of
party fealty. V
After receipt of the challenge,
Chairman Harris was in telephonic
commuDicatioa with Mr. Hermann
and others. The result was is
suance of a reply ,.in which it was
set forth Hermann has already ac
cepted invitations to address repub
lican club3 at various places and
has otherwise planned, his canvass
to meet the wishes of some of his
friends." . -
On behalf of Mr. Reames' Chair
man White at once sent - Chairman
Harris the following reply: Reply
ing to your courteous Ddeof April
27, premits us to saggest that if the
engagements of Hon Binger Her
mann pervent an extended joint
canvass, we will -be pleased to ", ar
range with you tbe holding of our
four or five meetings in the princi
pal towns of the district, to be ad
dressed jointly by the Hon Binger
Hermann and the Hon. A. E. Rear
mes. ". '"-
In fixing the dates we " will have
pleasure in accomodating them to
your convenience. This will obvU
ate the necessity of Mr Hermann
altering his itenerary in the least; ;
..London, , April 24. Following
closely the announced demands of
Russia on China regardinsManchu
ria, and the rushing of three Japan
ese war ships to Niu Chwang, comes
the -announcement this morning
that, the admiralty will shortly
strengthen the British fleet in Chi
nese, waters. ; In government ' cir
cles this movement is" ascribed to
the fact that the alliance with Ja
pan, which was . made to - block
Russian aspirations in the far East,
is not giving the ease expected.' In
many quarters tbe mote seems to
have a more serious import, and the
situation is regarded as critical.
: ; Washington,- April 24. It is
probable the United States govern
ment will ma ke a vigorous protest,
through the proper diplomatic
channels, against Russia's demand
on China for the particular reten
tion by Russia of - the province of
Manchuria. : At tbe state depart
ment this step by Russia is regard
ed as a direct breach of faith. It is
scarcely possible the United States
would join with any power in a
forcible action against Russia, but
the state department will forward
to Russia an emphatic . statement
of the sentiments , of this govern
ment in the matter.
Tbe .Russian demands are as fol
lows:' ' . ' 0 '";'.
. First No ... more Manchurian
ports or towns are' to" be opened;
second, no more foreign consuls are
to be admitted into Manchuria;
third, no foreigners, except Rus
sians, are to be employed in the
public serviced Manchuria; fourth,
the present status of the adminis
tration of Manchuria is to remain
unchanged; fifth, - the custom . re
ceipts at the port of Niu Chwang
are to be given to the ' Ruseo-Chi-nese
bank; sixth, a sanitary com
mission is to be organized .under
Russian control; seventh, Russia is
entitled . to attach, the , telegraph
wires and poles of all Chinese lines
in Manchuria, and, eighth, no . ter
ritory in Manchuria is to be alien
ated to any other power. .
. : No explanation has been given to
the Chinese of the Russian inter
pretation of the fourth demand.
Aden. Arabia. Anril 25. Briga
dier General Manning, after an - en
gagement -with tbe Mad Mullah's
forces, has relieved Colonel Cobba,
near Gamburru, Somaliland, 45
miles: westward of Galadi. About
2000 of tbe Mullah's men were kill
ed. The British loss is not known.
Tbe few details obtainable of the
disaster to Colonel - Plunkett's force
in the open, and the Somalia, after
a heavy rifle fire, charged repeated
ly with their'borsemen. and spear
men on all sides. " The British de
tachment hfld out until its ammu
nition was exhausted, and then
charged with the bayonet, but it
was , ultimately ..; overwhelmed . by
weight of numbers. '
. The British force fought until all
its officers and 170 men were killed.
Most of the' handful of men , who
reach" the camp were wounded.
Tbe Somalia' losses are reported to
have been, enormous. The Mullah's
forces are : reported . to aggregate
from 3000 . to ; 4000 ; mounted men,
and about 80,000 spearmen. '
Irank N, WV T, April 20. A
huge rockslide carried the whole
top of Turtle Mountain down on
the little town of Frank, on the east
slope of the Rocky Mountains, in
Alberta, at daybreak yesterday.
Every man working on the sur
face of the Frank coal mine was
killed, many houses were crushed
and the occupants killed in their
beds, and the entrance of the mine
blocked and 17 miners entombed.
All . except two men escaped
alive from tne mine, and the death
roll is placed at 56. r
The disaster was at first attribu
ted to an earthquake or volcanic
eruption.. But the : most proaable
theory is that an. explosion in the
mine caused a rockslide.
.Frank is a town of 1000 people
in the Crow's Nest coal field, and
with its mine is owned sby H.v L .
Frank, of Butte. Mont. ; r. -
' Salem, Or., April 24. Governor
Cbamberlain will not take an ac
tive part in the congressional cam
paign. This intention he expressed
this afternoon in response to an in
quiry by The Oregonian correspond
ent. Governor Chamberlain said
that, he is governor of all the people
regardless of party, and, feels that
while in that position he ought hot
to go on the stump and , participate
in a partisan contest. '
. r He believes .that . public officials
and employes of the state and Fed
eral government often take a more
prominent part in political contests
than; they, should, and if ,jie could
change the practice in that- respect
he would do po. While Governor
Chamberlain will not take; tbe
stump for Mr. Reames, he has al
ready expressed his desire and be
lief that the democratic candidate
will be successful, and. doubtless he
will assist his favorite to . some ex
tent without being . prominent in
Paris April 22. Alfred Dreyfus
has submitted to Minister of War
Andre a lengthy letter, in which he
asks for a reopening of his case, by
means of - an investigation ' by 'the
minister, as the supreme head of
miltary justice. The letter, which
is dated Paris, April 21, confirms
the reports that Dreyfus has been
living vuietly here fore some time.
It promises to cause a tremendous
agitation among the v various ele
ments of tbe political groups' for
and against Dreyfus.
The first part of the letter is an
earneast plea that the court which
condemned him at- Rennes was im
properly influenced, first by the an
notated document ascribed, to Em
peror William, and, second, by the
false testimony of one of the witnes
ses, Czernuski. After arguing on
the extent to which these contrib
uted to his condemnation, Dreyfus
recalls in graphic terms the long
reries of horrors to which he has
been subjected. The lettei through
out is couched in a highly dramat
ic slyle, and is ' likely to make it
one of the" notable papers of tbe
case. ". . -o, . '--.' 1
It refers to Esterhazy as "one who
stands before the entire world as
, For Sale. '
.-v ;.. ' ... . - v -
. . A small bnt ' good paying business, iu
Corvallis. ; Inquire at TlMBS office. , ,
1. " ' ' i ' V .
HOW PUGILISM PAYS.
FITZSIMMONS EARNINGS HAVH
... niUIXEj Lf3.A.Bi HALE A.
Story That he is Broke Now ffiar;
Wife Left no Will Post Offic&
Revelations Continue to
Grow'in Interest and
New York, April 31. Here aro
some of the large purses won. by- .
"Bob" Fitzsimmons since he began,
fighting twenty-six years ago: Beat
BUI McCarthy $1,000; beat Jaclr.
Dempsey, $7,5oo; ; beat Jim Hall
$9,3oo; beat Peter Maher $15,ooo;
beat Dan Creedon $lo,03o; beat
Peter Maher again $7,500; beat J ixt
Corbett, Carson City 355,000; loot
toJim Jeffries, Coney Island $25,000
beat Gus Ruhlin, Madison Sq.
$15,000; lost to Jim Jeffiies, . Calif
ornia .: $10,000; . Earned between
fights with the "Honest Black
smith" $3 do,ooo; earned with vaudi
ville and other shows $75,ooo; total
Is Bab Fitzsimmon? "broke?".
A story to that effeot was published
yesterday.- When a World reporter
called On "Fitz-" last evening at
his home, in Bath Beach, he read
the story carefully, '
; "Well" he said finally,, "that's,
about right. I won't say -I'm
broke and I won't say I'm not
uuw luuuu uavu you maas
during your career in the. "ring?"
The World reporter asked Fitz
"Oh I couldn't tell you," he said
I've been fighting twenty-six years.
I've made a lot fighting and a lot
in shows and with plays after my
victories. ' As fast as it came along
I've invested it or. spent it. I
couldn't tell you how much it is."
.. '.'Have you ..made $500,000 al
together in twenty-sir yeara of
"Oh, perhaps more than that. I
couldnot begin to count it up now.
Just say the childreu are well pro
vided for. That's all there is to it."
Washington, April 24. The postmaster-general
this : afternoon sent
to the attorney -general all the pa
pers in the Knox case." They in-,
elude the affidavits bearing on Mrs.
Tyner's rifling of Tyner'e safe. Th
department officials eay the papera'
now offered by Mrs. Tyner's at
torneys are of no special , interest.
It is understood if the papors had
been promptly turned over to them
when demanded ' Tuesday, there
would have been no further : action,
in the case.
iWashington, April 24. Nothing
in the investigation of the postoffice
scandal has stirred up gossip in of
ficial circles as did Mrs. Tyner's
visit to her husband's office, at his
request, : add - the taking from
the safe of all papers, both person
al and Official. Because an exam
ination of the affairs of the attorney -general
for : the postoffice depart
ment is to be renewed, and a most
searching inquiry is to be made in
to all the details of Tyner's ad
ministration, it is believed much,
valuable information may be secur
ed from tbe papers : abstracted.
The po3tmaster-general entertains
no doubt concerning his rights to
the papers, and his ability to get
them. Should they be destroyed,
Tyner would be prosecuted.
Mr. Joss'ph Pominville of Still
water, Minn., after having spent
over $2,000 with the best doctors
for stomach trouble, without relief,
was advised by his druggist, Mr.
Alex Richard, to try a - box of
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. He did so, and is a well
man today. If trouble with iodi -gestion,
bad taste in the mouth,
lack of appetite or constipation,
give these tablets a trial, and you
are certain to be more than pleased
with the result. For 'sale at 25
cents per box by Allen and Wood
ward, When you want a pleasant phys
ic try Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver ' Tablets. They are - easy to
take and pleasant' in effect. For
sale by Allen and Woodward, '