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SEEN BY THOUSANDS
JURY FAILSJTO AGREE.
Hours Off Astoria.
GET SPLENDID VIEW OF PARADE
Ruef Again Escapos, but New Trial
Will Bo Pressed,
Atlantic Squadron in Sioht Two asr aftr out almost 44 hours,
tuo jury in tuo caso oi AUrnham liuof,
charged with offoring a bribo to former
Supervisor Jennings J. Phillips, woe dls
chargod nt 5 o'clock last ovoning by
Judge Maurico T. Doollng. Thlrtoon
ballots woro takon, and tho jury stood
6 to 6 from tho outset. At no stage was
thoro a chanco for an agroomont, tho
credibility of tho witnossos boing the
main point upon which tho jurors di
vided. Tho failuro of tho jury to convict will
not alter tho attitudo of tho prosecution
as thoro aro numerous indictments pond
ing against Kuof, on ono of, which ho
will bo placed on trial ns soon as tho
stato can mako its arrangomonts to that
end. In view of this fact tho board of
supervisors today appropriated $70,000
for tho contmuanco of tho graft proso-
Excursion Stoamors Salute Warships
as,Thoy Round Tillamook Hoad
Colors Dipped In Reply.
Astoria, Or., May 21. From every
point of vantage on dunes and head
lands between Willapa Harbor and
Tillamook Head yesterday the pa
triotic people, of the Pacific North
west waved their welcome and fare
well to the battleships of the Atlantic
fleet as they steamed up the coast.
Ten thousand throats cheered the im
posing pageant of the nation's naval
power: hats were fluntr Inch in the air
arm tears streamed uown me laces court at 11:45 o'clock bv Judgo Doo-
. : "-"V img, out asKea tuo court for moro timo,
pau.ui.si.i, as mc imposinff iic oi Tho request was granted ai
juunsicr ngiuing snips rounaea liita
mook Head and came in sight of the
Resuming their deliberations yester
day morning, tho jury was called intrf
It was a magnificent sight, such as
the Oregon coast has never before
' T. 1 1 I l
sJ . rl k? ' "n car:'desiro to avoid any' demonstration on
Admiral Sperrys blue two-starred ,,
request was cranted and thov re-
Whon 4 o'clock arrived tho bailiff or
dered tho courtroom cleared, as Judgo
Dooling had decided to sond for the
jury in a short time, and thoro was a
flag was fte Connecticut the splen-intetednd the
filed in and took their places in tho box.
Foreman Penny arose, and in rosponss
to tho question of Judgo Dooling said
it was impossible for tho jury to agree.
Each juror was thon questioned by
Judgo Dooling, and all agreed that thoy
could not arrive at a verdict. Judge
Dooling thon formally discharged tho
squadron on its historic vovasre from
Hampton Roads, with "Fighting Bob"
Evans on tbe bridge, still stood at the
head of the column, which was made
up of the following ships:
First squadron, first division Con
necticut, Kansas, Minnesota and Ver
mont. Second division Georgia, Nebras
ka, New Jersey and Rhode Island.
Second squadron, third division
Louisiana, Virginia, Ohio an'd Mis
souri. Fourth division Wiscqnsin, Illi
nois, Kearsarge and Kentucky.
Accompanying the war vessels was
the hospital ship relief.
As the fleet rounded Tillamook
Head at 11:30 in the morning, the
battleships, which were
abreast of each other in a straight
BUILD TO PACIFIC.
Edwin Gould Makes Announcement
for Western Pacific.
Los Angeles, May 22. Edwin Gould,
pathfinder for tho "ocean to ocean"
railroad ambition of "his lirnthnr.
straight Georgo, announced that the Gould lines
line stretching to the horizon, swung WH not only reach San Francisco, but
nto a single column, the flagship lead- they will enter Los Angeles and tho
ing the van, and cruised within two porta of tho pacific Northwest, through
J lilies Ul iiig sun. aiiutuiiiu a. oiJitiiuiu tx. ,1 if- -, n i x i
view tn the snectators on shore. A Portland. Mr. Gould arrived today
fleet of excursion steamers crossed from Texas in his private care "Dixie."
. I 1 , .1 1 f . .1 1 r-i - a; i . i m
ine oar cany m mc uay aim grcqicu uuuiu la a airector or, tuo western
the battleships off Tillamook Rock pacific and makea the positive an-
with a volley of whistles. Each ves- . . .
i4ij , :t. ,.,.;. ,;,(, nouncement that tho ocean to ocean
sel was loaded to its capacity with ex-ir, ,, ,. . ... , . , ...
cursionists. and their cheers wcre ! pW lino will bo consummated with
added to the noisy salute. The mos- h car.Jy completion of the Western
quito fleet escorted the war vessels acifiV?' S.an F7an"fC0; and tha th,
northward of the Columbia River, "?u.a u,u ,wlu aisc exicna
,..u. u j a etrtMi wwiod to Portland m tho near future.
th wnr W!mS left the recursion L Further Mr- Gould declares that tho
craft behind, the battleships resumed .
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
OREGON WOOL GOOD.
Secretary Smytho Praises Compulsory
Portland. Secretary Dan P. Smythe,
of tho .Oregon Woolgroworu association,
passod through Portland recently on his
way to Bnlom, whero ho reprosouts th
third district of Oregon at tho annual
meeting of tho stato snoop commission
Mr. Smytho eoys tho wool clip this year
is as largo as usual, and that tho wool
is of exceptionally fino quality.
At this session of tho sheep commis
sion tho eastern Oregon mon intond to
tako sumo radical action to prevent fur
thor oncroachments of Washington
sUoepmen in tho Wonaha forest reserve,
Mr. Smytho, who is oxtensivoly on
gaged in slieenraisine liniiBClf, is cm
phntic in iiraiso of tho compulsorv dip
ping law passod at the last session of
the legislature. Ho says Oregon shcop
aro now practically free from disease o
ovcrj- kind, and tho wool is of a inuc
higher grailo than in former years.
Tho ndmimstrtion at Washington has
tavorcd tho woolgrowors in tho I5vcr
groen State, to tho detriment of Orogo
stockmen. Just what action will b
taken Mr. Smytho was not prepared to
say, but ho thinks tho commission will
make recommondntions that tho for
estry department at tho national capital
will not tlnro to overlook.
LEASE BIG TRACT.
their positions, steaming to the north
abreast of each other.
As the squadron steamed along in
perfect order, each vessel dipped its
colors in acknowledgment of the loud
acclaim from the excursion craft.
BOMB WRECKS TENEMENT.
Black Hand Angered Because! Efforts
to Extort Money Fail.
New York, May 21. The refusal
of a wealthy Italian physician to com
ply with the demands of Blacky Hand
criminals for money resulted in en
dangering the lives of 100 persons
yesterday, when a bomb was exploded
in the tenement house at 316 East
Eleventh street. A number of per
sons were injured and the occupants
of the house rushed into the street in
panic, while aoors ana Deams wnicn
had been twisted out by the explosion
tumbled all around them. The lower
part of the house was almost com-
pletely wrecked. Konc ot tne injurea
was dangerously hurt with the excep
tion of Tony Lambarro, who w;as
crushed by falling timbers and in
The explosion occurred when most
of the occupants of the house were at
breakfast. The bomb had been placed
in the rear hall, under the stairs. The
stairway was almost completely torn-
away, every door on the hrst and sec
ond floors was wrenched off. windows
were blown out, and plaster and
beams all over the house were shaken
down. Lambarro was on the stairs
when the explosion occurred. The
others injured were struck by flying
timbers in their apartments.
I Pacific Coast will bo the sceno of tho
most extensive railroad operations ever
For many months it has been rumored
that tho Gould interests havo been se
curing options on rights of way along
tbe coast from the north shore of San
Francisco bay to Eureka. Tho North
western railroad, which ends at Willets,
Mendocino county, ia supposed to bo
tho property of the Southern Pacific and
Santa Fo jointly, but lately it has been
reported that part of tho right of way
between Willets and Eureka has been
found to overlap other claims, and liti
gation was threatened.
WRECK IN BELGIUM.
Big Deal in Oil Land.
Los Angeles, May 21. The biggest
oil deal in the history of California
has been closed by the purchase of
1,200 acres of oil fields in tfie heart of
the Coalinga district by the American
Sixty Killed and Hundred Injured in
Collision of Trains.
Antwerp, May 22 In ono of the
worst railroad disastys that ever oc
curred in this country a great number
or passengers, the number being osti
matod as high as 60, were killed today,
and at least 100 seriously injured in a
collision between two passengers trains.
Tho trains were running at a high rato
or' speed when tho crash occurred. They
camo together with great force, throw
ing tho cars from the tracks and piling
them up in heaps of rums. Great dif'
ficulty was experienced in releasing
tho imprisoned passengers. Twenty-two
bodes havo been recovered, and search
for moro is being made in tho ruins.
Tho collision occurred at Contich, six
miles southeast of Antwerp. Ono train
was bound for Brussels and tho othor
was going to Lierro. Three coaches of
tho latter train were crushed into kind
ling wood. Tbo accident, which is
thought to have been due to mistaken
signals, took place on a crossing.
New Outbreak in Hayti.
Port au Prince, Hayti, May 22. In
cited to insurrection by Septimus
Marius, tho rebel leader, a sorious anti
trovornment outbreak has taken nlace
Petroleum Company for the sum of in th0 BOUthcrn part of tho island. Strong
R2.000.000. With the exception of the , . , 1 . .
c,'- viC, hnUinrrc thU Innrf forcos have boen sent to tho ncono to
suppress tho uprising, but fears aro en
tertained that boforo tho troops arrivo
Southern Pacific holdings this land
represents all tne undeveloped ground
in the best part of the Coalinga field.
Early operation and t the production
of an enormous quantity of oil are as
sured, as the American Petroleum
Company is capitalized at $10,000,000.
Seven Killed in Explosion.
Memphis, Tenn., May 21. Seven
persons lost their lives and nine othr
ers narrowly escaped destruction in
an accident which befell the gasoline
launch Columbia, about eight miles
south of Clarendon. Ark., at 10 o'clock
Tuesday night. The tank on the
The surviving members of the party
are in a precarious condition. An in
pection of what remains of the launch
shows that both sides of the craft
were blown out.
Rio de Janeiro, May 21. The min
ister of Italy has delivered to the min
ister of foreign affairs a protest
against the conduct of the coffee
planters of San Paulo, who oblige
Italian labores to become naturalized
citizens before they will employ them,
the insurrectionists will have seized a
numbor of cities, following tho scizuro
with massacres in rovengo for the sum
mary execution of a number of promi
nont nnti-government sympathizers in
this city last March.
Telegraph Operators to Strike.
Chicago, May 22. Members of tho
Commercial Telegraphers union aro
again talking strike Thoy aro plan
ning a general tie-up of tho wires at
tho timo of tho republican national con
vention in June, it is said. Thoy figuro
that tho moral effect of a strike at such
a timo may produco results within tho
convention ball which might bo to
noatod Iator when tbo delegated meet
in Denver, and bring about a govern
mental investigation of conditions.
Sheepmen GobbleJJIOQ.OOO Acres as
Overflow to Forest Reserve.
Pendleton. Ono hundred thousand
acres of fine rango land has just beon
leased in Baker county by Morrow, Gil
linm and Umatilla county sheepmen as
an ovorllow rango from their forost re
sorve allotments. The Innd is logged
oil timbor land, and lies in a strip 50
miles in length between Austin and
Pleasant valley, in Bakor county, and
oolongs to tho numerous lumber com'
panies of that district. It was leased
for fivo years by Dan P. Smytho, of
this city, and A. K. and A. Smytho, of
Arlington, William Smith, of Arlington
and A. C. Whittior, of Bsikor county
Tho sum of $8,000 was paid for uso of
tho tract for fivo years. Over 50,000
head of sheep will bo hold in tho tern
tory during a portion of tho suminor.
It is well watored and contains fino
Hslt in"Timber Land Buying.
Klamath Falls. J. W. Alexander, o
tho Wovorhaeufler Lumber company-, i
in this city on business for his com
pany. He states that ho is not here to
buy timber, but that ho 'expects to buy
when special inducements arc offerod
There is but Iittlo movement in timbe
in this section, and nono is expectod un
til after the presidential election. "While
the prico of farming lands in this sec
tion has increased in tho past six
months, timber land has decreased from
$1.50 a thousand to 75 cents and $1
Howovor, thoso holding claims aro not
worrying over conditions, as they feel
sure tho slump in timber is but ton
Whipping Up on Tule Contract.
Klamath Falls. It is stated here that
Chiof Engineer Hood has given irnpera
tivo orders that tho dredging on the
marsh for tho railroad grado must be
rushed or the contract will be forfeited
Tho contract consists of a grado four
miles along across awarnp land, now rask
with tulos, and tho agreement now is
that crews must bo worked day and
night in order to throw up tho grade
at tho earliest possiblo date in order to
allow it to settle and dry before the
track is laid.
Open Reserves dune I.
Pendleton. Shecpmon of Umatilla
eounty havo received notice that sheep
mav bo taken upon tho wenaha forest
reserve Juno 1, instead of Juno 15, the
dato originally set. For somo timo
sheepmen have been asking for tho use
of tho reserves on tho Jiluc mountains
earlier than Usual, becauno of tho dry
weather prevailing this spring, linn l'
Smytho, secretary of tho sheepmen's
association, has recoived notice from
Supervisor Schmitz that admission
would bo granted June 1.
New Fly Destroys Apb's.
Milton. Local orchardists aro much
interested in a now variety of fly which
has appeared in orchards in this section
recently and which appears to bo an
onomy to tho green aphis, a pest which
has dono groat damago to peach trees
this season. Tho new fly, which may
prove a blessing to tho fruitgrowers, Jb
larger than tho ordinary house fly and
has wings long and slender and spotted
black and whito.
Will Exhibit at State Fair.
Oregon City. Tho board of directors
of tho Clackamas County Fair associa
tion has authorized tho executive com
mittee to mako a county exhibit at tho
stato fair, which will follow tho Clack
amas county fair. Tho board appropri
ated $50 for premiums for juvenile
exhibits, and reappointed Thomas F.
Ryan, Ooorgo Lazollo and T, J. Gary as
a committee to direct tho affairs of tho
CherryJFair at The Dalles.
Th Dalles. The mid-snmmor meot-
Incr of tho Stato Horticultural society
nml cherrv fair will bo hold at Tho
Dalloo, Juno 30 to July 2, inclusive.
Prizes will be offored for various ex
hibit of cherrios. and there will bo a
programme each day. B. II. Wobbor,
A. E( Lake, and G. E. Saundors, the
committee, aro now busily engaged In
making tbe arrangemonte,
Bumper Crop Premised.
Arlington. Heavy rains throughout
this section of Oregon a few days ago
Favors Opium Conference. have addod many thousands of dollars
Tnlrin. Wnv 22 Thn .Tananesa cor. I tn tho wealth of Gilliam and adjoining
ernment has signified its intention of counties. The weather Is warm and the
joining Amoriea in tho latter 's efforts farmers happy. Every one predicts a
to secure the calling of an international prosperous year for this part of tho
opium conference. I state.
COUNTIES TO EXHIBIT.
Oregon Commission Asks 'Active Co
oporation of All.
Portland County judges and com
missionors of all tho oountloa of Ore
gon, as woll as all the oommorclal or
ganizations of tho stato havo been sent
n lottor by tho Orogon-Alaska-YiiKou
Pacific commission in which tho commis
slonors nsk for co-operation in making
Oregon's oxhibit at tho Soattio snow mo
greatest stato exhibition at uoxt yoar's
Tho commissioners sot forth that Ore
gon will havo tho most compluto stato
building nt tho fair, and that tho co
operation of tho ofllcialH in soauring
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thorough nnd attractive oxmims m w.
cgon's resources will bo imperative,
Tho lottor which has boon sent by th
commision through Prosidont Wohrung
is in part ns follows:
"Tho oxponso to your county in col
looting such an exhibit will noi o
lnrtro nf n livn mnn to tako hold O
Dm work nml tmsh It. bearing in mind
that it is quality not quantity inai i
wanted. Aftor vou havo gathered you
exhibit wo will trnnsport it to Seattle,
install and maintain it without further
expenso to your county; wo will nis
plnco an attondant in chargo, and will
keep in close touch with you during tho
fair, so thnt your eounty will got all
the benefit possiblo in the way ot an
"Tho commission is also having
nrintod a 90-page booklot on tho re
sources of Oregon, which will bo dis
tributed during tho exposition. Twc
pages of this booklot will be dovoted to
each county. Wo also intonu to snow
bv moving pictucs tho farms, orchards
livestock, timbor, mountains, streams
and everything of interest in eacn
Wo must havo vour help and co-opera
tion in tho gathering of your exhibit
If wo wero compelled to buy tneso ex
hibts tho stato .would havo to uouui
its present appropriation, but with you
assistance wo hope to carry out ou
present plans without ashing for any
Pays Large Inheritance Tax.
Salem Tho second largest inherit
anco tax over paid into tho stato trcas
urv was roccived recently, it wns
tho tax on the cstato of Amanda Reed
of Multnomah county, appraised at a
valuation of $1,3S5,919.S5. Tho tax
wns $7,141.40. Tho largest tax paid
was on tho estate of Henry Weinhnrd
which nmountcd to $15,'24S.54. Tito at
praised valuo of tho Wcinhnrd cstato
was but $1,381,907.22, but was loft in a
lump sum, whilo tho Heed estnto was
divided among a largo number of bene
Daily Snowstorms at Buckeye.
Sumpter. Superintendent W. II
Glcason, of tho Buckeye mine, in the
Cracker Creek district, reports opera
tion at tho property in full blast
Cross-cutting for the main Indgo from
tho drift is in progress, nnd it is ex
pected to encounter tho vein in a shorl
while. There is much snow in tho vicin
ity of this mine and it is a hard mat
tor to get supplies in at present. Con
tinned snow Btorms prevail almost daily
at that altitude.
Auto to Carry Tourists.
Klamath Falls Captain J. M. Mcln
tyre, of tho Mclntyre Transportation
company, has purchased an ll-passungcr
automobile, and will put it on tho lino
between Dorris nnd this city. A crew
of men is now working on the road be
tweon Dorris and Keno, getting it in
shape for automobile service, and it i
expected that the run can Imj made in
two hours from end of rail to this city
Orogon City W. If. Smith, of Park
place, has boen appointed superintend
ent of tho state fish hatcheries at Wal
lowa and Ontario.
Apples 8elect, $2.50 per box: fancy.
9Z; choice, $i.ou; ordinary, $1.1:5.
Potatoos Select, 70c per hundrod:
Willametto Valley, 45c per hundred;
&ast jviuunornnn, ;joc; uiacKamas. ::c
per hundred; sweet, 5'XsC por pound.
Fruits Strawberries, California.
$1.501.85 per crate; Oregon, 10
la'zttc per pound.
Vegetables Turnips, $1 por sack:
carrots. $1.50fcD1.75: beets. $1.25: nnr-
snips, $1.25; beans, wax, 12i)lZijc
por pound; head lettuce, 35c por dozen:
artichokes, 50c per dozen; asparagus,
78e por pound; egg plant, 2530c per
pound; parsley, 25c per dozon; poaB, 6(5)
7c per pound; popporn, 20c per pound;
raaisnes, joc per ciozon; rhubarb, zrwic
por pounn; spinach, hoc por crato.
Wheat Club, 89c por bushel: red
Russian, 80Yjc: bluestom, 01c; valloy,
Barloy Feed, $25 por ton: rolled.
Artwvrrvno. I. f n '
ifzuiyzo; urowing, ipsu.
Oats No. 1 whlto, $27.50 per ton:
Hay Timothy, Willametto Vnllev.
a. fv i mint ii . .T. '
ijij por ion; wiinamoito valley, ordi
nary, $15; Eastern Orogon. $18.50;
mixed, $10; clovor, $14: alfalfa. $12:
alfalfa meal, $20.
DrosKod Meats HogB, fancy. 8V.c nor
pound; ordinary, 7(ri)7'c; largo, 0cj
veal, oxtra, 7Vc; ordinary. 7c: hoavv.
0c; mutton, fancy, 10c,
Butter Extras, 24o por pound: fancy.
23c; clioico, 20c; store, 10c.
Poultry Mixed chlckeni, 1314cpor
pound; fancy lions, HVlSc; roontors,
old, 0c; fryorB, dozon, $4; broilers,
dozon, $1.50(3)5; drossod poultry, por
pound, lo higher; duckB 107517c; goeno,
8(7D0c; turkoys, allvo, 1718cj drossod,
Hops 1007, primo and choice, C(?5
6o per pound; old, 12o per pound.
Wool Eastern Oregon, avorngo best,
lllSc per .pound, according to shrink
age; valley, lOtfglSc,
Mohair Choice, 18(7$18Ve per pound.
MOBS RULE CLEVELAND.
Shoot Down Cnrmon and Burn Cars
Lltllo Girl Kllloc.
Cleveland, O, May 20 Tho most so
rious violence of the stroot car strike
which hns boon on horo since Sunday,
occurred Lnkowood, a suburb, last
night, whon four mon woro wounded
with bulUL, one car burned and un
othor partbilly wrookod.
Trouble had beon nutiolpntod, and tho
first car to Clinton carried mo paeion
gon. When it stoppod boforo a railway
bridge, a crond which had beon lrln lu
wait, loapod from hullo placos and
openod Are on the erow and guards.
Guard. W. O. BmM D&Joh"Zl
roturnod the flro, more than 30 suoU
Wliilo tho lUooting was in progrosi
tho crowd grow to nearly a thousand.
Another car arrived nnd 1U erow joined
in the fight. (Iniolino wn poured on
tho second car and It nas burned to tho
truck. Tho Cloveland police woro no
tified, and 00 officers woro sent to he
rencuo. Tho first car, riddled with bul
let and windows broken, procoodod to
tho barn. , . ,,
An earlier disturbance occurred in tho
district, whon Yatta Wolkin-
son. a Iittlo girl, wns killed by n car
whilo attempting to crow mo
As soon ns ho realized what had oc
curred, tho motorman speeded tho car
Hevcral hlocki nhoad, wlioro tho police
wero notified. The conductor thon loft
tho car and sought refuge in n nearby
drug Ptore. A crowd attompted to
roach him, whilo othors attomntod to
catch tho fioeing car. Tho police ar
rived just in timo to savo the conductor,
nt whom the mob was yolling, "Lynch
him; lynch him."
mi,- .in! nrhltrntors took up tho tasH
of ondoavoriug to effoct a reconciliation
between tho strikers and the Municipal
'traction company enrly last night, and
remained in session sovtral hour.
RESERVE DAY FOR VISITORS.
Tacoma Planning for Entortalnment of
Tacoma, Wash.. May 20 Wodnesday,
May 27, tho day on which the full bat
tleship fleet will parado in Tacoma's
harbor, vwill be rcsorvod for visitor!
from out of town, who will bo given
exclusive frocdom of tho nntion's big
fighting machines. This arrangomont
will give those not living in Tacoma
tho first opportunity to visit tho battle
ships. Tho general committee doomed
this precaution neccusnry because of tho
great crowds of peoplo coming to Ta
coma from Oregon, Washington, and ns
far cast as Idaho nnd Montana, somo of
them for a Hinglo day only.
In Tacoma they expect to find special
advantages, for from tho high bluff
surrounding Commencement bay and
lonning an immense natural grandstand,
hundreds of thouands of visitors ean
bo accommodated with a perfect view
of tho spacious harbor. William Jones,
chairman of the general committor, says
ho is advised that thousands aro coming
from Soattio to view tho parade of tho
fleet, owing to tho superior advantages
enjoyod in Tacoma. In cowo-quonco of
tho oxpoctod rush, tho steamship lines
and tho cletrric and steam ronui run
ning into Tacoma aro preparing to
handlo immcriho crowds. Most of tho
cities nnd towns adjacent to Tacoma
aro preparing to send their school chil
dren horo en masse, and members of
tho Grand Army of tho Republic, mili
tary nnd other uniformed organizations
of this nnd adjoining states will bo in
Tacoma May 30 to join with tho forcos
from tho battleships in paying honor to
tho dend of two wars in a memorial day
parado that will bo without parallel in
tho history of tho Northwest.
BRINGS CARGO OF CHINESE.
Suspected Mission of Jap Steamer to
Los Angeles, May 20 Immigration
officials woro notified last tonight of tho
arrival of a mysterious Japanese
Bteamor at Gaviotn, in Santa Barbarn
County. Tho vossol carries a largo
crow. When tho captnln attempted to
land his mon tho authorities provontod
it. An immigration officer will investigate.
Tho immigration authorities at this
point telegraphed tho, officials at Gnvl
ota to detain tho vessel until an investi
gation could ho made. Tho steamer had
been Boon off tho coast for Hevoral davs.
wmcn ract ioa tno onicicls of Gaviota
to telegraph to this city for instruc
tions. It is thought the voisol mav
contain Chinese, who nro trying to land
in Yiuiiuion oi mo immigration Jaw.
Roduco Convention Rates.
Chicago, May 20 Tn making rates
of Vj cents a mllo for tho Shrlnore'
convention in tho Twin Cltiee. the Wis
consin Central railroad han not nn ex-
amplo which undoubtedly will bo fol
lowod by othor Wostorn roadfl. That
tho IntorBtatO COmmorco cominlsnlnn In
taking keen intorcst in tho squnbblo of
mo ruiiun over convention rato and
would liko to hoo tho matter snltlml
ovidoncod by a statomont mado today
by a mombor of that body who doclarod
that ho thought tho roads woro hurting
Expect to End Strike
Clovolnnd, O., May 20 Ttioting yes-
torday continued to mark tho progress
of tho Htroot car ntriko, though tho ond
of tho trouble snonm to bo in sight. In
many Instnnccs carB and tho crown that
man thorn woro stonod, but tho police
woro so quickly on th O RCOnn thnt. anrl.
ous disorders did not roBult. In ono
rmn or tno city a street car collided
vMl. nn nXIllnslvo whlnh linil tinnn
placed on tho trwk and was badly dam
agod, but no ono was hurt.
'8 Mir press Rioters.
Tokio, Mar 20 The rln Una t TTn.
knw. which hogan 10 daya ago, has been
suppressed. The damage to property
Inflicted bv the rioters amonntu tn K0n .
000 yon. Many person were killed or
u umiiiiu Ai ironr atb
SPFNfl Sfifin nnn rnn .
T "JMWW 1IIP1 rim
I " " 0ICI Expenw,
Are Strlckon Out,
Washington, May sa.rc.
u" "ic sundtr ti,;i
vestcrdav mrr...,l i ' U'U
lars will he cut oft" from .u 1
" Ml "wru.whflL
duccd to t hrci m i. .
. - ' Uil
." "V . . ol Ulc Koveraaat
limit afn p hmmnt...t Ti.
ill the nimronri.ih.-u. f. t ....
.1. Atn ....! ' "
una. im; tuincrence report U
, , . U1C cwnprca,,
iiikiiit .T.uiai.iLiurv m lit nr. i
GOVERNOniSPARKS nrm '
Novada Executlvo Killed bv Ovkl
ni extra benlon,
Reno, Nov., May 23 "I .s i
death. 1 have dnnr m. u.. ,
...... .w....u..., Uj ins wnc, urn
.iiiu a u.uiKuicr, uovcrnor John
. . . i
conscious io tne mt. ir,v i
, lw IKM
8:30 yesterday mormn?. afi
lit. nlui.iH I.
111. .llfVI.W ti Ul 11 9,
Tl. 111..... ...I.!.t. . i . ...
nit iniitaj which cuimtruitd a
governor s death was directly die
overwork and nervous strain
legislature late usi tail.
Alttrtic '11 lUi't in. t. ,L..
'"v utiu vault VJ IQJI
in 1HJ8, cnKaKMK in stockriuiai
. . -. . - - - - r. - . . . - ... .... w i.i iii
.. . I -1 " ....II f
nut i KA.is, us win as a urge
plantation in Texas, lie was
Villi! VAllllll.V III 1VU 4UQ
lyiMi oy large majorities.
Lieutenant-Governor D. S.
son is now governor of Nendt
came to Nevada cigiit years in
. . m..
II VII. .V. . I.I III . .IIII.V M. iHf
rvTn a crccinii nil I rn
ni.'l! t A... Ul.. .1
I I .III,' . I . . I..VIII1JIJ . ..... .
More to Finish Work.
Mam a. .Mav 23. 1 He its utorr
i.i.. t . it.
assciiiiu ii.ivniK jiiihu huh i-i
Ml llllll 11111 ll.WIII,'iVV,
... ... .ii
i-r.li Smiih h.-is called i moai&i
session. Prior to the adjournswt
t r '
ing iintncdintc irulcpenuence w
Iw.-i nfT In- thf eonenlllves
the leadership of President Osrax
fllW I I Dl I Ii t Vt ?ft
the extra session. , ,
The Philippine commission la
: . . i .1.. ...... .I.K. lull nrnriailf
ii.. i,.i.iiif if tlir various riliPD
iilCtlS III lilt llllill. . - -.
SIIDSUUUCC1 a Hill fciwin'6 '
rn. ii. oiuii ni (iii'tc dialects.
IWI .11 OlllilJ " ,
Manuel Oticscon. a member ot
assciuiiiy, nns uim ir""" r
to the navigation concress to.
... e. ... ...r It., will Sill
ill ai. i ciwuiiiuKi --
. I... Iiic cirrtirT.
row, accoiiiiiiiiiitu vj ....
Cum n necovcrrGrift.
San I'rancisco, way . j-
i ' i i . ur mi u
. . . . i ... Ilmlfd
l. !-.-! n ncK in iiiv -
l ,.iwwr " ' .
. f .n llVUt
. . . i...i..iitiiiir i iiiiujiiji "
Wiiya in ua.iii.ii w '
: iiu in lh sq
gan a sun m .-w v fM fli
.ciiint ni inc w"? :
roads, is alleged io "j -
.... . t rnnnsci ii
J irey u roru, w -.,nt (ht
coriioration. i" v tmn
t .n. ...... , imp sup"'"":.
grant the company, a uomj
Interest on "ded kr
and COS15 arc .n- -"- .
nlaintiff. The compia mi
the suit is brought in tne im,
the stockliolders of tjiejoy""
icre, was - --
(ICKICC mill uv. -
Robinson in the course
Clonal prison break in i
. . . ...in
..ww.. .. i.inr n. -:.
wns Kcmcnccu i" i i.m t
...... . . ... .
i .rn!ii nrnven lie ii"" ...A n
n( rn,,Knir..,CV. TIlC JUfy rw"" i
hanging. Two others are - c
arc yet to be tried. 1W
Big rwu' i
which will lti'cLSutthe
nMiM r v n I'ri I iliii . an ill
M IVV .r. ,f .-M llff UV-..,.I
r r -1 : rA.n n win auv " -m
. , . .. ni iiii
tor. nnn nnn in the LiUn oo
........ ..... meanw'"- ..u
rinii(.r. nut in iv .irac''
..i.u-i. making B""T.i M
r enormous ,
. i .Jin f K" I
b I r. H I l-HI IBM" I.
it.;; estroyed wt --
jc aav. on x V,
' .. .I 111!"' 1 1 :
had been recover." unIJ
the search w a