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About Beaver State herald. (Gresham and Montavilla, Multnomah Co., Or.) 190?-1914 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 6, 1907)
NEWS OF THE WEEK
In I Condensed Farm tar Our
SAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
Attorney General Bonaparte denies
he will resign.
Congressman Burton is to run for
mayor of Cleveland, Ohio
Inquiry into the lumber industry
has been begun by Federal authorities.
Harriman is perfecting plans to con
tinue his control of the Illinois Central.
Antwerp is in the hands of a mob of
strikers and the militia has been called
Hix persons were killed and 20 in-
jnreu in a wreck on the Canadian Pa
An anarchist has been arrested in
Milan who was threatening the Italian
The French troops have drawn the
Moors into a trap and inflicted a crush
Judge Lawlor refuses to quash San
Francisco graft indictments and the
trials of several ringleskiers will soon
As a result of a trolley car collision
in the outksirts of Schenectady. N. Y.,
two persons were killed and six seri
JAPANESE SEIZE ISLAND.
OPTIMISM PREDOMINAI ES
May Establish Naval Basa at Gats of
Merchants Throughout Country Find
Good Times Prevail.
Washington, Hept. 4.—News from
Yokohama that Japanese "explorers"
had oocupisd ami hoisted the national
Hag over the island of Prates, uear the
Philippines, attracted much attention
here because by this act lias been added
to Japanese territtory an island within
120 miles of the Philippines, which
would furnish an admirable naval base.
Japanese possessions an* brought al
most within the archipelago, because
l'rstas island is lees than 60 miles
north of the twentieth parallel, which
was the international boundary of the
former Spanish dominion as defined in
the treaty of I'aria.
Pratas island, in connection with the
excellent anchorage afforded by l'rstas
reef, would be very eerviceebls to the
Japanese. should their navy operate in
the water« adjacent to the Philippines.
The reef, the northeast point of which
is about eleven mile« from the island,
is a wind barrier of circular form, in
cloaing a lagoon with water of from five
to ten fathoma. The reef is about 40
miles in circumference and between one
and two miles in breadth. Theie are
two channels leading into the lagoon,
one on either side of Pratas island.
There are several ,*go>xl anchorages in
from ten to twenty fathoms of water,
the position abreast of the south chan
nel being well adapted for naval pur
The War and Navy department offi
cials say they have no official informa
tion about this new acquisition of the
POSTPONES ALTON INQUIRY.
Judge Landis Adjourns Grand Jury
Till Immunity Claim is Settled.
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
BIG CROP IN LANE
SEES HARD WINTER AHEAD.
Fruits of All Kinds Promise Well— Hood Rivsr Woodsman Read» Warn
Hop Outlook Bright.
ing of Natura
Eugene — Reports from over the
Hood River — Jim Tornpklna. the
county give a much better account of Mount Ho>xl woodsman, whose pre.tie-
the grain crop tl»an the estimate given lion last fall ot a hard winter was veri
fied, ia out again with a ptouutMia-
•ome time ago. On the whole, the tlon to the effivt that the coming
crop will be above the average.
winter will discount that of last year,
The work in the bop yards has com and will in effw't t* a "beelsr." Mr
menced an»i the yiel»i will be good. If Tompkins again Iwaos his prediction
on the habits of the bears, which, he
picker» can be secured to get in the
states, are more numerous in the lower
hope during tlie gixxi weather a splen valley than last year, and are foiaging
did showing will be made—a full aver almost in the duotyarde of the ranchers
age crop of splendid quality, with lew to fatten up for a “powerful spell of
bad effect from bee thau usual.
In potatoes and late vegteablea the
"Them snow storms we had last
yield will l*e large
The rwent rain winter," says Mr. Tompkins, “won't
was worth hundre>is of dollars to pota- be a marker to w hat we'll ketch this
to rai»era, who will get a bumpier erop winter.
w .» k - i .
Everv ngn known to natur' is
an»! a good price tor it.
| hollarin'It out loud. We're goin' to
Grap»«« will b« better this year than git a daudv I tell yer. 1 ain't been a
for many seasons, ^hcre are not many watchin' (er thoee signs in ther Oregon
vineyards here, bur thoee who liave ' woods fer 25 years tar nothin', and the
carefully looked after thia fruit have bears cornin' in close to town is a sure
found it a nn»t satisfketory crop to sign, Another one is the hark on the
raise. Peaches are a gixxl crop; the trees. Whenever it gits as thick as it
same is true of pears, but the ap»ple 1 is now, look out. Get plenty of wo>xl,
crop is a little light.
friends," concluded the wcxxlauian,
The question of help to do tlie har "ami git it quick, fer you'll have use
vesting may lessen the profit of the fer it mighty sudden."
fanner of Lane county, but nothing else
threatens his return this year. The Danger In Using Stamping Machines
whole county is experiencing a prosper
Albany—By a luoet peculiar injury
ity it has never before known, and the to hi» haud, growing from continued
merchant who is watching the condi i use of a stamping machine. County
tions is looking toward the largest and Recorder titant Frohman has I nm > u
beet trade from the termer in the his confined to his home for more than a
tory of the ccuntv.
week and will not lie able to use his
hand for aotne time. He was indexing
WHAT ONE RAILROAD EARNS.
instruments and using a stamp, th«
handle of which he struck with the
Salem. Falls City & Western Makes palm ot his right hand, for several days
I two weeks ago. Though the Work caused
Report to State Commission.
no pain, tlie palm of the hand suddenly
Salem—The Sslem. Falls City A
grew very sore «ad his entire hand
Western railroad, owning a railroad
swelled up. Il has already been necea-
from Falls City to Itellas and operating
sary to lance the hand three* times.
trains on the Southern Pacific lines Local physicians have characterised tlie
fiom Ikallaa to Newberg, is the first
injury as catarrh of the hand.
railroad to file an annual report, as re
quired by law. Its report »hows a paid
Change of Hatchery Site.
capital stock of »100,1)00 and a funded
Roseburg—T. II. Hill, deputy «tat«
debt of »17,000. The road and equip-
ment cost »306,808.80, or an average fish wardden who personally auperin-
of »23,600 per mile. The gross earn tends the salmon hatchery on the
ings for tlie year were »74,844.75, and North Umpqua river above Glide, was
the operating expenses »47,612.14, in this city last week and took out a
leaving net earning» from operation I brand new outfit for the hatchery,
»26,872.61. From this ia deducted which he has moved from several miles
»7,633.53, paid as interest and tax«, | above Glide down to within four miles
leaving a net income of »19,239.08. of Glide on the north fork of the Ump
No dividend was paid, but a deficit of qua. He Lae three men beside« him
over »3.000 from previous year's opera self employed at the new hatchery and
tion »was paid and the remainder car with new equipment and heing closet
to town, they exp»x*t to do much better
ried as a surplus.
IHRIG ATIONIST MEET
QLASS IS CONVICTED.
Jury Finds Him Guilty ot Bribing Ban
New Yelk, Hept. 3.—Remarkable for
their optimism are the replies from
nmre Ilian 3,000 retail men haute, job
ber» and bankers rvgarding the businees
outlook ot the country, which «re print
ed today iu the Dry Gouda Economist.
They allow that there la no evidence cf
business depreaeiou, that on the whole
th« retailers an* pimhaalng as heavily
as they did last year, and that all ate
looking tor a continuation of proe|*eilty.
Then» is not the slightest evidence of
the pessimism that ha* pervaded Wall
street. Where there la a trade depres
sion, it is due to kx*al conditions, as,
for instance, in Han Fratwlaco, «here
ou account of the lais r trouble», the
mervhanta have not purchased as heav
ily as heretofore, tn other place« the
nieichanta for the most jiart state that
It is b<causo prices an» so high that
they look tor a lower level and are pur-
chasing for the Immediate demand only.
Five questions were asked by the
Economist ot it« subaerlbere in making
the can»as« of the business conditions.
“What are the crop conditions of
youi sect ion T
"How an» the farmers fixed finan
"Is labor well employed or otherwise
in your city ami vicinity?
"Do you obaerve any condition which
would cause you seriously to apprehend
any decliue from present prosperity?
"Have you bought as freely as last
year at thia time'*"
In classifying the replies, the state«
ami territoriea were placed in live
great divisions. In all of these on the
whole the prospects for go<xl crop« arc
bright an»l, when» the crop« are lighter
than heretofore, the higher price« mon*
than ixunpeusate. In all sections then"
ap;*eara to be a scarcity of available
laixir, while unusually high prices are
"All's well," is the summary which
the Economist make« of tlie situation
in the entire country.
Fifteenth Annual Session Con
venes In Sacramento.
URGE NUMBER OF DELEGATES
Indications Point to Much Good Ba
Ing Accomplished at Ihs Big
H«ii Franciac»!, Aug. 31.—After de
liberating alsiiit 1ft minutes, th« jury
In the c«ae ot louts tilaM, vics post*
"lent "I the I'aclllc Stale« Telephone A
Telegraph company, last nlghl return««I
a vwrdict ttudiiig I i I iii guilty of bribing
supervisors. Only one formal Isvllol
was taken, ths jurors la'iug unaiilUMnia
im an mfoimwl liallil.
Assistant District Attorney llsney
made the closing argument ami stalk«
fur an hour ami a half, during wnicli
time h« took occasion to severely mn-
deiun th« imslern incthislsol Borneo«-
lairstloM III doing business and chatged
that they wen* mill«riuliilng the gtivern
ineiit. The «»"«sioii was liel.l tn one of
th« smaller halls mid only a limited
number of spectntois could la* aixxitn-
imaiatnl. A thousmid iwople wait«»!
outside th« building ami listened Io III»
words of Mr lieney, who could la»
heard through the opsn wimlowa
Judge lawlot c»mdude<l hla »barge
at 9 36 o'clock and the courtroom was
then clearwl Ten minutes alter the
order was given the jury was deliberat
ing and within 16 niiniites foreman
Fkaal announceil the verdict ot guilty.
Mr l»«l mas was net present, but Mr.
Mel'ike, bia associate, moved for a stay
Next Wedneeday morning was tiled
as the time for passing sentence.
Asaistanl District Attorney John
O'Gara spike fur halt an hour and
oonclmlsd the o|w>nlng argument forth«
people In the Glass briller y trial in
the morning. I!« was followed by T.
C. Coogan for the defense, who spoke
lor two hours.
The burden of Mt. Cocgsn'e argu-
rnent was, as in the former trial, tlie
utter lack of direct evidence connecting
Glass with ilia commission of the
crime charged, namely, the tirlbing ol
ttapurvisor Luu rgan.
Sacranieiito, Cal., Hept. 3.—That lli«
Filleei th National Irrigation congress
will be the most auoessafu) in the his
tory ot the great work tliat stUacts ths
attention of the entire world «»« the
utiniiiinou« verdu't of thousands of dele-
gates ami visitors who gathered yeetei-
»lay to attend the opa'nliig a«esioua.
The largi» numl*er <»f »lel«*gat«»a ami
the eiitliu* asm displayed imlhale that
much ia to be accoiuplish««l during the
eongresa. The gathering ia not only
national, but international In character,
as there », re seated on the platform ot
the gaily decorated convention hall n*p
raseritalnra ol foreign countries, ita'lml-
Ing Germany, China and Mexico.
I'reeldent Roosevelt had hla personal
representative, Gifford I'nichot, chief
government forester; Vic»» President
Fairbanks was a guest of honor; there
were feur governors of states, senstore,
congressmen and other distingi’ialied
From the time Executive
Officer B<<srd called the great gainst mg
to or»let ami introduced Governor
Chanitierlain, of Oregon, prcsnlent of
the National Irrigation congiiws, wor,la
uf welcome and praise for the great
work of saving the torsels, storing the
Ihsds. reclaiming the deserts and mak
SMASHED IN RUINS.
ing homes on the land, marked the pro
ceedings. The addresses of the speak
er» and tlie message of President ILsiae- Fifteen Passengers Killed In 1 roller
Car Wreck In Illinois.
velt wen* received with heaity approv
al. Governor Gillett'» a*hlre»a of wel
Mattoon, III.. Hept. 2.—Fifteen per
come «>» a glowing tribute to tlie re sona were killed and about 50 Injured
source* of California, and lie turned in a headon collision le-tween an Inter
over the entire state to the visitors.
urban ripresa train consisting of a
Mr. C)iainl"erlain, in commenting"«» mutor car train and a traction car on
tlie first session, remarked that tlie tile Mattoon A Charleston electric line
present congre«« shows more Interest in this morning. The crash <xx>urrwl on
the work in hand than any other cos- a sharp curve one mile west of Charles
grees lie ever attended, and added that ton.
during the week questions ot intense
Confusion ot orten received over the
importance will l>e dlsciuieed.
telephone I* said t>> lia»« le-on the cause
The Irrigation 1 "alace has a seating of tlie accident. The cars approached
acconinxxlationa for about 3,500 peo each other at a high rale ot »peed end
ple, ami in aildillon to delegates a large the ini|iact was so terrific timt the
nundier of s|»n-tabir* are provided for. motor car
telescoprd by the trac
The interior of tlie building present« a tion car. There was no warning and
festive sp|a<aratH*e with streamers cf lew passengers had time to r*a|Mi by
varisd hue«, liver the apeakeis' plat jumping.
form are the wi rd»
"Hcience bids the
The |«»'ci>gcrs, m-aily all of whom
were on the way to th« fair at ITuirlre-
On the walls In a eonvpieuona man ton, were crushed or malmeil a here
ner the Washington delegation iwllrel they rat in the care. Stime who »«-
attention to the desiie ol Walla Walla capel and who were etile to »|>«ak aay
to have the next cor.gr««« held there.
the scene at tli« wreck wiw gru«« "inc.
The eongresa (>|M"ius! with the “Irri The deed and dying srn> jammed to
gation Ode.” which was rendered by gether In a mesa, some shrieking with
the 200 inemliers of the Ogden Taber pain and children crying for their
nacle choir, an organization comprising mothers, who were thought to be
120 men nnd 80 women.
among the dead.
Mayor M. R. fteatil of Sacramento
then "leliverist the «»Idreaa of welcome
FRENCH IN CORNER.
on ladialf ol the city and wa« followed
•>y Govern'» Jmins N. Gillette, who I
welcomed the delegat»-« to ths state Moore Suddenly Surround Troops by
Faint ot Rstraat.
Both official« expressed the pleasure of
the people In having the visitors with
t'aaa Blanca, Kept. 2 —During the
them ami sp»'ke of the importance ol lighting l**twsen the French forces ami
the work of the congress. Govern« th« M>»ir» yenleritay r.«ar tlie French
Chamber lain followed in l>e*t»alf of the camp, the Moors at first r»*tr»'»t<»l and
it was Is'lleved that tile engagement
was over, when audilerily the enemy
reapjicari'd in great force ill two dun*
NEXT DOSE IS FOR CHINT.
lions. The H|«ilii ami im-gular Alger
ian cavalry found themselves alimsit
Japan Ird gnant at Hostile Actions of
aurroumlisl tint fotm*sl a square ami
slowly frll lack until reinforced. In
Tokio, Hept. 3.—The unconeiliatory the meantime the French zhi|e show
attitude of the Chinese government to- ered shells among the hills, tea Iter Ing
ward Japan ia gr«<tually Increasing, and the enemy. The engagement luted
it is now verging on the anti-Japenwie. three hours.
There is indignation here st the sudden
The line of tattle extended over two
change of front I y China. The situa miles, and it is ratlmated that ibnut
tion at Pekin is attracting the atten 12,000 Moors were engaged. The toss
tion of public thinker«. It is felt that of the latter is not known, but It Is tie-
for the aake of tranquility in the Far lieved to have l<een heavy, as the
East the present Condition« should not French officers counted the bodies af 20
Moore in one roadway
In «orne uarters it is thought that It loss waa 15 killed or wounded.
is absolutely necessary to Impress
The cruisers Glolre and Guerdon to
China with the unreasonableness of day bond* riled the twiacb lieyond Casa
here present attitude, and semi for that ltlarice, where the f< roe of Misnish cav
purpose n foremost stattwrnan to repre alry gathered, but soon dlsp-rsed it.
sent Japan at Pekin.
Chicago, Sept. 4.—Judge Landis, in
the Cnited States District court today,
ordered a postponement of the grand
jury investigation of the rebating charg
es against the Chicago A Alton road,
Traffic on Texas roads Is tied up by growing out of the rex-ent trial and con
viction of the Standard Oil company
The Japanese authorities are exclud until September 24. It was generally
believed that when court opened today
ing Chinese coolies.
a letter would be presented from Attor
A Franco-Canadian reciprocity treaty
ney General Bonaparte, settling the
has been almost concluded.
question of whether the department of
Begging letters are making life mis justice intended to prosecute an action
erable for Mr. Russell Sage.
against the Chicago A Alton. The com
President Roosevelt will aim his pany baa claimed immunity, asserting
that it was promised by former District
next blow at the lumber trust.
NEW ELECTRIC POWER.
Attorney Morrison, that if it aided the
Two men were killed at Denver in government in good faith in the proee-
an auto race during Labor day celebra cutino of the Standard Oil company it
Italian Inventor Promises to Revolu
would be exempt. No such letter was.
tionize the World.
China has ordered Japanese troops to however, presented in court, either by
New York, Hept. 3.—Confidant that
withdraw from the Northerly part of
he is the discoverer of an sl«*trical do-
Sims, the successor of District Attorney
vise that is to revolutionise the world
Republican leaders prefer not to tin
District Attorney Sims said the facts
Industrially and economically, Rattle
ker with the tariff until after the 1908 had been submitted to the department
Bova, an slactrical enginter, has e»»ine
of justice and a sitntaion had recently
from Carincia, Italy, for the purpose of
Striking telegraph operators in Chi arisen which made it necessary that he
Lively Bidding for Land.
demonstrating before America’s l>cet
cago have a plan which they think is have time to submit certain additional
Reduction Is Appreciated.
facts and circumteances to the depart
Salem — Indications are that there
sure to win the fight for them.
experts what hie Invention will do.
ment. Judge Landis then granted the will be lively bidding for the 10,000
It consists of a small lattery and
One and a third fare is announce«! adjournment.
acre« of lieu land which the state land
over the railroads to the next session
board has advertized for saie to the ping rates on fruit in and out ol Eu transforming apparatu«, which, he
of the Trane-Mississippi congress which
NOTES OF DISCORD.
Sealed bide will 1« gene is generally appreciated here. The says, will run the laigest dynamos
meets at Muskogee, 1. T., November 24.
received up to Septemlier 8. The lands change not only lienefits the canning w ithout the use ot steam or other en
The Courier-Journal building in Irrigation Congress Hears Declara were »elected about 10 years ago by and packing coni|»atiy, but indirectly ergy. He says it may 1« applied to
Louisville, Kv., has been destroyed by
State Land Agent T. W. Davenport, the man engaged in raising any kind of licomotivee, steamships, lighting and
tion for Free Lumber.
fruit. Heretofore the cannery has lim
Sacramento, Cal., Sept 4.—Discord and have been withheld from sale un ited its i ntpiit to certain varieties of heating plants or anything where elec
Several railrosuls in the West are said
fruit that would also be in demand on trical energy is employed. He calls
to be violating the Elkina law by giving of the National Irrigation congress and in various parte of the state and are be the market. Since the change of rates
his invention the “auto vibro electrica
the cannery wants all kinds of fruit.
figured prominently, on one occasion minimum price ia »5 an acre. Many
sorgente. " In a statement he say«:
Roosevelt has given up the idea of the country's cnief executive being re inquiries have been received.
“Io building a fire one first must
Will Rebuild Shipyards.
joint statehood be tween Arizona and ferred to in a manner that meant criti
Bandon—The Price shipyards, which have a match. I liave discovered the
cism of hie policy in connection with
Marshfield—J. W. Ctter, formerly of were destroyed several weeks ago by match ol electricity, and with It start
A Kansas City striking telegraph op the Owen«*Val!ev water project. There
tire, are in the course of reconstruction, tlie fire tlmt continues to burn. In
erator has been fined »500 for assault was also criticism of policies pursued Idaho, has just completed the tir«t and will be within the city limits in
other words, with a suletance that may
brick plant of any size on Coos bay. It
ing a man he mistook for a strikebreak by other government officials.
stead of two miles up the river as for be obtained anywhere for a f»w cents I
The first break in the reign of har is located on Isthmus inlet, one of the merly. The new location is adjoining
originate the fcree that seta the dynamo
tributary rivers, and a kiln of 75,000
A rumor has been circulated that mony came shortly before the noon brick has been completed for the mar the C< dy mills, which are nearly com in motion ami ccntinuea it in action
hour. After Gifford Pinchot, govern
pleted and which will have a daily out I am not relying upon theory, but have
Roosevelt has purchased the New York
ket. This is the first really successful
Tribune, but the story lacks confirma ment forester and personal representa attempt at brick making in the vicinity put of 100 000 feet of ¡(lrnlrer. thsreby made many tests in Italy through
tive of Mr. Roosevelt, had delivered an
making ship timber available at little which I increased the ordinary force
address on “Conservation of Resourc of Coos bay and that the material can cost.
manifold without tlie aid of steam or
Tacoma commercial bodies are busy es, " Judge E. Rakerf, of California, be produced here at a reasonable cost
■ ny other power except what I obtained
with an nddeavor to have the Atlantic moved that it be the sense of the con promisee to revolutionize the building,
from my «mall lottery.
I am using
Record Pries for Pears.
fleet of battleships visit that city while vention that all duties on timber be as brick shipped here sell at a practi
Medford—All records in the sale of the electricity which exists in all of
in the Pacific.
repealed, in view of the statement of cally prohibitive price.
bartlett pears has i>een broken by the nature'« element« and which lias hith
France will demand of Morocco ex Mr. Pinchot that the supply of lumber
sale in Montreal, Can., of a car from erto been wasted."
penses for the present military and na
the Byrrd orcliard in the Medford dis
Eugene—The scarcity of cars on the
val action. She will be supported by within 20 year» if nothing was done to
Mooney is Reinstated.
protect them. The motion was second Southern Pacific company's line« for trict, of <ar No. 1628 for the gross sum
Germany and Great Britain.
Ran Francisco, Sept. 3.—One of the
ed. It was then moved that the resolu lumber shipments it'll continues in this of »2,550, or »5.05 per box. This net«
A number of telegraph operator» have tion be referrer! to the committee on vicinity, and some of the mills are clos the growers »3.77 at Medford. All the first acta of the Taylor Isianl of police
returned to their places in 8t. Louis resolutions, in line with the plan ing down for an indefinite period. The return« to date are highly satisfactory. commissioner* was to reinstate Captain
packing houses. They will receive the adopted earlier in the day, when the big mill of the Booth-Kelly company at
of Police Mooney. Captain Mooney
old scale pending an adjustment of the motion of Matthew Dougherty, of Utah, Wendling closed down last week and
wan dismissed by the Schmitz Inard for
criticising the method of ex-Chief Di-
as amended by Jndge Rakerf. was car Geo. H. Kelly, general manager of the
Wheat — <New crop) — Clnb, 82c; nan and the then ln«rd of commission
company, says the mill at Saginaw will
A Chicago labor leader is accused of ried. This would shut off debate.
be closed on October 1. The mills at blueetern, 83c; Valley, 80c; red, 78c. ers. Mr. Mooney addressed hl* com
Responsible for Wreck.
Springfield and Coburg are now running I Oats— New crop) — No. 1 white, pany on the necessity for greater alert
Central Americans welcome Roose*
ness in the suppression of vice. He
a day shift, and will probably continue 123.50; gray, »23.
Governor Ottered Bribe.
velt and Diaz as peacemakers.
Barley— < New crop)—Feed, 122.5" 10 warned the men that the friendship of
Smith, vice president and general man in operation despite the car rhortage.
Attempt to Wreck Bridge.
Chicago, Hept. 2.—A dispatch to Ilia
23 p«r ton; brewing, »24024.50; toll
The government may ask for a receiv ager of the New Ycrk Central railroad,
Darby, I'enn., Hept. 3.—A Isild at Tribune from Indlanafsilia says Win-
ers would not rave those that he found tempt »»« made by some unknown
ership for the Harriman roads.
must stand trial on a chaige of man
They Seek the Noble Elk.
field T. Durbin, governor of Indaina
Corn—Whole, »28 per ton; cracki-d, >lerelict in any matter ot duty.
Albany—To kill an elk is the pro
|s-rs<in this morning to blow up with from 11811 to 11*06, made the sensation
A railroad is projected from the slaughter in the second degree, growing
dynamite a bridge of the Baltimore A al statement last night that soon lifter
nounced ambition of most of the hunt-
northern part of Nebraska to the gulf.
Hay—Valley timothy, No. 1. »170
Only a One-Man Panic.
the Harlem railroad at Woodlawn Feb ere who are now leaving for the moun
<*hio railre«d, crossing Quarry street his inauguration a* governor attempts
Senator Warren, ot Wyoming, Bays ruary 16 last, according to a decision tains in this part of the state. After a 18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy,
New York. Hept. 3.—John D. Rocke alsrve Darby. The terrific explosion were made to bribe him to turn over
the West wants to renominate Roose lianded down today by Supreme Court closed season of several year», it will be »19020; clover, »11; cheat, »11; feller a short time ago predicted a was heard all over Darby, and the William A. Taylor, Kentucky's refuges
financial crash, but his prophecy at greatest excitement prevailed.
Justice Gigerich. The dxidon over lawful to kill elk after the 15th of this,— grain hay, »11012; alfalfa, 112?«) 13.
The governor, to the authorities of the state
All railroads in the Northwest are rules a demurer made by Mr. Smith to month, for a period of one month. |““J crea,Iie,T' 32S<S»35c tracted but little notice in Wall street. woodwork was blown in all directions for trial Oil the charge of conspiracy to
There has lieen a crash, however, and anil considérable damage was done. assassinate Governor G< ebel. The offer
granting a nine-hour day in machine an indictment charging t.irn with being Flach hunter ia limited by law to one
responsible for the death of Clara L. elk, but the members of the hunting' Poultry—Average old hen», 13c per John D. ia tke principal sufferer. For The authorities of the railroad sre bus to ex-Governor IhirLin, according to
Hudson, a passenger.
parties now equipping for the moun-1 ponnd; mixed chickens, 12c; spring the first time in many years Standard ily engaged running out several clews, his own statement, was »93,000 in
A greater rush of homeeeekers to the
tains will be satisfied with this legal chickens. 12l»c; old rooeter», 86»9c; Oil sold today below a railroad stork. which they hope will lead them to ap cash.
Northwest is predicted for September
Still Fight Standard.
limit, thousb they are very desirous of dressed chicken», 16017c; turkeys, Standard Oil was quoted on the curb at prehend the dynamiters.
than ever before.
live, 15016c; geese, live, 8@10c; »445 to »450, while Delaware, A Lacka
New York, Sept. 4.—The taking up killing that one.
Blue Laws In Dawion.
Elevator companies In Minnesota of testimony in this city in the equity
wanna A Western railway was posted
Strikers Rule City.
Heattie, Hept. 2.—For the tl’St time
owned by farmers are to be merged for euit brought by the United States gov
Appeal to State Commission.
Antwerp, Hept. .3.—lalmr disturb in history, the lid will go on at
' per dozen
wanna A Western was listed at »498 *», ances continued throughout last even son, Yukon territory, from t<a lay. Daw-
ernment at St. Louis las’. December to
Salem—The Jacobson A DeHaven
while Standard Oil was selling at »703. ing. The strikers lay in wait at the
The government will need 125,000 dissolve the Standard Oil company un company, of McMinnville, has file*I
T iikon parliament h*s ordered it, and
Pork—Block, 75 to 150 pounds, 80
tons of coal to carry the battleship fleet der the provisions of the Sherman anti with the Oregon Railnad commiaaion a
railroad station ami made attempts to even the dancehalls will lie close«I.
Riot in San Francisco.
into Paeiflc waters.
trust law was postponed today until complaint alleging that the company 8%c; packers, 7)4@8c.
interfere with the English and German Gambling has existed by tolerance, but
Fruita—Apples, »101.50 per box;
Prince Wilhelm, heir to the Swedish
cantaloups, 5Oc0»l.OO per crate; blixalahed made an unfortunate termi stiikebreakers as they arrived. There no one had the temerity to criticise the
were re|x>rts of several sharp Insides dancehalls and th»y have existed since
throne, Is thoroughly enjoying his visit the defendant company. It was an Albany on Augurt 16, and so far have peaches, 406(85c per crate; blackber
nation yesterday to one phase of the
nounced that the adjournment of the been unable to get delivery >>f the sains.
to the United States.
ries, 405c pT pound; prunes, 60075c Lal>or day eelebratien in this city. One between strikebreaker« and workmen the leglnnlng of the frensled Klondike
hearing would really facilitate matters, After »pending 11 telephoning, the
The kaiser Is anxious to have his
16»,l*4c man ia dead, another is seriously hurt who were returning to their lodging camp. Even now that the camp lias
inasmuch as the opposition attorneys company learned that the car was still
only daughter wed Prince f^opold, son
pier and scores are suffering from minor In places under police escort. No one was settled down into a staid gol«l mining
are in consultation over various mat in Albany on the date of complaint, box; pear«,
of Prince Henry, of Battenberg.
75c G<»1.25 pier box; juries as a result ot a spontaneous hit. The strikers captured an omnibus community, with corporations In con
August 24. The railr>iad commission
used to convey strikebreakers to and trol *.f tlie big placer districts, tlie
grafjea, 5 i * p 6>;»1 .50 per box.
Portland commercial bodies and the
maddened on'break by a mob of union from the wharves and threw it over dancehalls have been maintain'd.
Oregon representatives in congress are
labor adherents against a few men who
Sultan's Favorites Slain.
carrot*. »2 per sack; beets, »2 par sack; were assisting in the operation of the board from a dock.
working to liave the battleehip fleet
Eugene Immigration 8chems.
Casa Blanca, Hept. 4.—Letters re
Richard Mansfield Dead.
•treetcar service of the United ~
Leader ot Mutiny Hanged.
ceived here from Fez declare that the
Eugene—At a banquet given by the
New Iximlon, Conn., Aug. 31.—Rich
Costa Rica has established a quaran Tazzi brothers, Abdul Kgim lien Hli- Eugene real estate brokers it was decid 5c; cabbage, 2c; celery, 75c6o»l per roads.
Odessa, Hept. 3.—Matushenko, the ard Mansfield, the actor, dltxi nt 6
tine against all vessels from Cuban man, the Moroccan foreign minister, ed to keep a man in Portland during dozen; corn, 25<335c pier dozen; cu
Russian noncommissioned officer who o'clrrk yesterday morning at hla sum
cumbers, ll>^15c pier dozen; lettuce,
Great Church In Danger.
and Ganam, the sultan’s second repre September and October to divert East head, 15c per doxen; onions, 155620c
led the mutiny on the l«ttlcshlp Kniaz mer residenc«, He ven Oaks.
Jjondon, Hept. 3.—The committee of Potemkin ami commanded the vissi'l been « nervous wnek since last winter,
sentative at Tangier, have been a»gassi ern emigrants to Eugene ami I-sne
The new sultan of Morocco is mak nated by partisans of the Caid of Me- county. Support was pledged from the per dozen; peas, 36»»5c per pound;
architects appointed to inquire Into Kt. In the senent ional cruise alsiut the when he broke down while playing
ing many changes in his foreign minis ebuar, the official who introduced am Merchants’ Protective aews lation and pumpkins, 1 4<^2c per pound; rad
Paul's cathedral ha« issued a report Black sea in the summer of 1905, was "PeerGlynt” at Hcranton, Pa.
ters. A large number of prisoners have bassadors to the court of the sultan. the Commercial club.
Two hundred per pound; R'piash, 50 c <»}»1 per crate; which declares that, while the cathed hanged last night at Hevnstopol. After went to Europe shortly afterwards, but
also been liberated.
Thep exercised almost complete domi dollars a month has been subscribed for tomatoes, 30'>t50c pier crate; sweet po ral is in no immediate danger, elaborate abandoning the vessel he tied to New hail not recovsred when he returned a
nation over the sultan and to them is that purpose.
lie «ought health at
tatoes, 2?<c per ponnd.
piecaution« are necessary to preserve it York, worked there two years In an iron few month« «go.
Iz* Angeles connciImen are consider
attributed the ruin of the empire.
foundry, became homesick, returned tierman baths, English watering places,
Onions—»firstname.lastname@example.org per hundred.
ing a measure which would provide
here, was detected, arrested, courtmar- Canailian and Adirondack resort«.
Supreme Court Rules Published.
Potatoes—New, »101.15 j>er hun
against the invasion cf indigent tuber
Tornado Hits Georgia.
tialed and sentenced to death.
Salem—The new rules of the Supreme dred.
cular patients shipped from outside
Cholera Slaying Chinese.
Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 4.—It wan court have been published in pamphlet
Hops—406c pier piound, according to
Witness Fees Paid John D.
points in hopeless condition.
Hhanghai, Hept. 3 —The epidemic of
Revolution Near In Argentine.
reported here late last night that a tor form and Clerk J. C. Moreland has quality.
Chicago, Rept. 2.—The witness fees
Nelson Msrrls, millionaire packer of nado struck Fort Gaines, (is., a town sent a large number of them to lawyers
Wool—Eastern Oregon, average best,
Buenos Ayres, Hept. 3.—New« of ser and mileage claimed by John ¡1. Rock
Chicago, ia dead.
of 1,000 people, 100 miles southeast of in various parts of the state.
Almut 200 ious unrest in the province of Corri- efeller for his appearance l«fore Judge
If any 16022c pier pound according to shrink Tse porta is spreading.
Montgomery, last night. All commu lawyers who desire copies have lieen age; valley, 20022c, according to fine- persona died in the streets of Cuba, in entea has reached here. Armed lands l.andia some weeks since, have been
Four girls were burned to death in a nication by wire with that section of overlooked, they will be supplied upon nene; mohair, choice, 2903Jo pier the province of Ngan-Hwei and Kiu- have appeared on the frontier and re-
paid. A check for »83 was mailed to
Hre at Oklahoma City.
the state has been cut off.
Kiarig, province of Kiangsi.^J
application to Mr. Moreland.
I volution ia said to be imminent.
hie home In Cleveland.