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OF THE WEEK
RUSSIA RELIES ON TREATY
China Places Restrictions on Trade In
Manchuria. Despite Agreement.
DAILY DOINGS OF OREGON
STATE LAWMAKERS AT SALEM
I an old treaty between America and
Approved by Governor.
| China, under which
8. B 2, by Hawley For registration of
place restraint on foreign trade, in
8. B. 15. by Kellaher Authorising th«
her ultimatum which is being fol- Issuance of Broadway bridge bouda.
8. B. 23. by I.vvier App$«*pi lattng |50.-
lowed by an armed demonstration in 000 for Aatorla Cvntenuial.
Hi and Mongolia, was the news money
for State Library Commiaaiun.
**• B. 1U3. by Alb»««» IHHning kaavaticy.
brought by the ste*»ner Monteagl*.
s R KI. by Dimi« k
To appoint trua
General Resume of Important Event
The Daliokaya Ok rain a, a Russian 1 <*♦« f*T M.I.oughlln Home.
8. R 153. by Lv«t«r Fur t«-«tln« track
Presented in Condensed Form
Vladivostok. : »valv*.
Dlmluk Pvrtalning to
for Our Busy Readers.
cuatud) of »tute rundic
"There Is no doubt a storm is ap-
frum boat« or v**s«l».
proaching which will soon burst’ be-
American officers are making the 'tween Russia and China with disas ation« «ubject lo Jurladietion of «tal«*.
Mexican rebels proficient soldiers.
"According to the treaty concluded ai«» piopvity for public uà*.
A recurrence of violent outbreaks in 1844 betw»*en China and the Vniteii
8. B. 256, by Fattoli Authorialng bridge
of cholera is threatened in Southern State of America, the former country acroaa 8nak* Riv*r.
8. B. 284, b>- < arioii—To ratify cvrtaiu ,
cannot place any restraint on foreign d**tia.
8. R 287. by McCulloch -To »mend th«
Impeachment of the Japanese cab
>1. R 2. by Cole Making October 12
inet, headed by Marquis Katsura, is means of either monopoly of other
In virtue of the treaties Columbus da> a public holiday.
demanded by the diet.
H. B. 13. l»> Abbott- Appropriating 120,-
¡concluded in 1S5S and 1881 between
annual!) for topograph map» and in
Congressman Hill; of Connecticut, Russia and China, the former could 000
vestigation of states water r«-«oureea.
prophesies that Taft will hold con enjoy all the rights of the most-
II. B. 23« by Kggleston Appropriating
34000 for burial plot for deceased soldiers
gress in session all summer of neces favored nation and Russian merch of
ants could deal in goods of any or-
sary. to pass a reciprocity measure.
B. 46, by Neuner—-Protecting the
igin in every populated district in waters of the North Umpqua River.
Mexican rebels bring their wounded Mongolia.
B. 53. by Buchanan
to the border and Americans take
"For that reason long ago there Guard
for fighting forest hies.
care of them, but they are not per were established many Russian firms
H. Ik 8 2, by Fuuts Requiring that con-
mitted to return to the rebel ranks.
dealing in tea in the Hi, Tarbagatail vl**t-ma«le gxvods be label*«!.
87. by Steelhammer Limiting the
and Sitsiansk provinces. This trade age of B. persons
employed as stationary en
It is alleged that naval secrets have
was conducted by Russian merchants, gineers in logging camps.
been given to Brazil by Secretary of and the Chines«» officials secretly par
99. by Bu«-hanan —Allow Ing Grand
State Knox in order to secure con ticipated in the business, making Army of the Republic |3V0 worth of
tracts for battleships for ^American great profits by their deals. lately, printing an nuaily.
R »118. by Bryant—iH'fln'.ng "rail
however, they have been endeavoring road" and other term«.
H. II. 144. by Brook*— Establishing an
White settlers on the Siletz reserva to take this trade out of Russian experiment station in Harney County.
H. B. ISO, by Carter- Providing method
tion in Oregon have petitioned Gover hands.
"At the outset several attempts by which unclaimed funds of insane per-
nor West to put a stop to lawlessness
were made to place obstacles in the son« shall escheat to the state.
among the Indians, and threaten to
H. B. 193, by Brooke —Authoriglng th«',
way of Russian trade, but last April
take the law into their own hands if a joint stock company was officially Stat« Land Board to i rtx the price at
which state lands shall be sold.
the governor refuses.
H. B. 228. by Clemens Providing penal
organized monopolizing all trade in
Doings of the World at Large
Told in Briet
««luHrralhui of lin»«**«! oil.
$4. H IT, bv Nottingham Makin« m««
chanic«' Ilan« valid agalnat homaatrad«.
1-Î. by Wood Fravautlng da«
rtctonclvN at »tato Institution«
H. B. 139. by W*M»d Pruvldlii« for audit*
Ing «if ««count« in th* orti«* of Hauratary
H. R. —» by Bowerman Creating ortica
of tastatala Ha«ra4«r> of State
B. IT. by Thoinp»«»n Relating to
eonvaylag i»r«*i**rty of Insana.
II. H 73. by Thompaott Relating to dis.
po«ln$¡ of state or county funda
lb. by Thompson Fixing salary
of ju«iga <»f Thirtemtii District.
II. B. T9, by lutei Relating to pharm*
NAVARRO LURED INTO TRAP.
Gustavo Dadero Explains Purpose of
Movement on Juarez.
Mexican rebel general, never Intend
ed to attack Juarez, but simply made
a faint in that direction, Is the «»pin
ion of Gustavo Madero, brothel’ of
the rebel leader of that name. He
"Orosco's real purpose was to draw
away from the vicinity of the statu
capital. Chihuahua, the entire federal
force located there. To do this his
only hope lay in menacing Juures, to
whose rescue hu knew Navarro and
Habago would com» rather than let
the custom house full into Insurgwnt
hands. You will notice that practic
ally no obstacles were placed lu the
way of the rescuing expedition.
"Today Orozco la on his way south
ward stronger than ever. There bo
will control every communication lu1
tween Navarro and the cupllal.
will now be lm|sisalble for Navarro or
Ratuigo to get any more men unless
wine are permitted to come through
l ulled States territory.”
SEES NO SIGN
United Slates and Canada Sep
arate Political Units.
Secretary Knox Say« Reciprocity
Do«« Not Mean Union, Though
Nation« Ar* On« For D«f«n«e.
ChleuKo. F«-h 1«1
Though tin» [s»»»-
Salem, Feb. 19.—The house ad
l»l<» »>1 the Vnltod Sttttva ami Cxiiudi«
journed at 11:20 o'clock; the senate
uro "u Mubutnntlnlly hotuogeueou*
people,” with "deep moral nml racial
reciprocltl»**," the benefit* of th«» pro-
To the total of appropriations as
| hib «'»I commercial reciprocity with
voted by the two branches of the
Canailu "ought not to be endangered
legislature has been added an appro
by the fear of relation* too <x»rdi*l
priation of $340.000 by the eleventh
utxl eotieelviilily «tang»,roue to tho
hour enactment of th<> Mariner state
great Cniiaillun loyalty to Englaud,"
aid bill which, with two minor ap
lu the opinion expreuaod by Hecretary
propriation hills reconsidered in the
of Stale Knox in an addreHi at n
senate late this afternoon, npikes th»*
banquet given by the Chicago A»-
grand total of appropriations enacted
•oclatlou of Commerce tonight.
by the twenty-sixth legislative assem
DANVILLE FUNDS LOW.
■Mr. Knox ami Jameu J. Illll joined
bly $4.992.4(0 43. which Is an Increase
lu urging the nil<>|»tloii by the Vnited
over the appropriation of two years
Stut«*u senate of tb»> reel [in »city
ago of $1,(04.972.93. an increase of Grand Juror* In Vote Buying Prob«
agreement with Cnnada, am! looo per-
more than 50 per cent.
May Not Gat Pay.
•on*, representing almoHt every big
The closing day of the session of
Danville. III.- —Treasurer Wilson nn eiiminerclal and muiilel|»ul organiza
th»* legislator«* was marked by th»»
Bowerman J nounced that the appropriation for tion from u score of Western cities,
complete rout of the
listened anti up|»liiii<le<|.
forces in th«* house, The defeat of [laying grand jurors would last but
Mr. Knox declared that, while
the bill Inspired by Bowerman ami two days, and that ho would discoli
migration« proceeded ns constantly
presented by Norton, abolishing the
tinue cashing grand jury warrants un»l as freely between Canada and
conservation commission; passagt* of
th«» United Stut«*s us boelween two
the flat salary bill when the house when the fun»l was gone,
Member* of the grand jury salti states of this country, an»! while th«»
res[M»nded to the message from the
governor, and the passing of the ad they would serve without pay If It two ¡>eo|iles have been welding to
gether for two eeiiturlos. "there I m
ministration assistant secretary of was found that warrants »¡ould not is*
stat»» bill, those were some of the Issued anticipating thu next appropri not the slightest probability that this
iuc I b I and moral union will Involve
things which found the Bowerman ation.
uny |K»lltlcnl change or annexation
ties for persons lmp«'sing on secret s>M.’!vtlvs. house force* attacking a wall which
Judgt* Kimbrough sahl the checks or absorption."
The National grange has notified the tea in Tarbargatai anil Ila. and Rus
H. B. 234, by Putter«*»»» tirant Ina right» was absolutely impenetrable.
were perfectly good, uml should be
ut way a*ross »tat* landa.
senate finance committee that the pro sia was effectually checked.
"it is an ethnological fact that
cashed nt their face value-.
"Besides this, the Chinese author
political units of the English sink
posed reciprocity treaty has already
Hird by Gavernor.
Salem. Or«*, Feb. 18—Represents-
A clash between th»» grand jury ing people never lose their auton
caused a drop of 7 cents in the price
B. 7. by Burge««—To regulate the live Anime's bill fixing tin* liability and the sheriff s office Is among the
Russians in the Altai province, the
of wheat, and that the granges will
sal* ».t fl rec rack i*rs.
of teh-graph and telephone com probabilities of th«* next few hours In omy." hu I<! .Mr Knox.
capital of which is Shara-Sume. The
8, B. lu. by Maiarkey Relating to adop
fight the measure to a finish.
panies for delayed and incorrect mes the ehs'tlon fraud Investigation Ever they give off their swarms, who *et
Amban. chief of the province, since tlon »■f children.
up for themselves ln<l»'|»«*n»l»*ntly. but
8. B. 12. by Jo.»«ph—Fixing »alary of ¡ sages which had a tumultuous course since the elimination of State's At
What is practically civil war pre 1905 has repeatedly refused to ren
they do not make polltlviil combina
Mui’ nomali Coun ty Commissioner«.
vails in the plague stricken district of der any judgment when misunder
tion* among themselves.
s. It. 13. by Lqcka—Authorizing coun-
Manchuria. Thousands of unemployed standing occurred between Russians tie« to I »Uild h«>»pital».
Revolution there bus twen utmost un
men have turned bandits and are loot and Chinese and Issued an order pro IfttratloQ and examination of graduate
tax penas issued being returned with disturbed |rt*tice and amity betwe»*n
the two countries, and however gov-
ing villages. Chinese troops sent to hibiting Chinese to sell or to lease nurses.
8. B. 26. by Oliver T»> provide f »r man
• rnmental changes may have b»*»*n
stop the plundering have been defeat- houses to Russians.
"Person n«>t found."
ner of approving of orhcial documenta
bruited In th«» |s»st. It Is
S. B. 29, by Dimi« k — Providing not hod were defeated
In th»* senate til's
Bench warrants lasu»*d on Indict
JAPS FEARED MOST BY CHINA. for changing boundaries of corporations.
the ments returned a week ago have not more true today than ever before
S. B. 36. by Wood—('hanging najne of
W. H. Corbett, president 'of the
that the weight of sentiment and
measures been served.
State Reform School to State Training opinion
opinion, both in Canada and tho
Willamette Iron and Steel works, is They Are Closely Allied With Russia School.
sh»»uld b»> [Hissed up to th«» special
Unite»! Stutes, while desiring closer
8. R 47. by Oliver—To flx term« of committee of th«» legislature on taxa
court in Tenth Judicial District.
relations in all other r»*s|i»"»-tx, la
Arbuckle Bros, have a corner on
Pekin.—The Chinese Government
8. B. 51. by Abraham—To provide for
crystallized In a belief that the pres
coffee and prices are rising as a re displays the keenest anxiety over
ent [Milltlcal separation Is d»*slral»l<»
8. B. 52, by Von <!«r Hellen—To fix sal
Walla Walla Man Gets $12.000 for and will lead to the beat development
Russia’s threatened military demon ary of Frusecuting Attorney in First Dis
of each nation nn»l to better and more
Russia disregards the protests of the stration in Hi province. but never
8. B. ts. h>- McColl «eh—For time of each other, while the crowd in the
satisfactory relations between them
powers and continues her preparations theless it may not comply with the
58. by Hawley—To appropriate
"In the higher atmosphere and
verbal bricks to fly. Jay Bowerman county jail, serving a sentence
for war upon China.
demands set forth in the note from
broader aspects of the situation It Is
59. by Hawley—To appropriate and Dan Kellaher. repressntlng th«*
The Oregon legislature has left nine St. Petersburg until a show of force money for building at O. A.
o|»i»O8lte pol»*s of thought In th»* s»*n passing a no-fund check. Clinton certain that. If there shotil»! bn any
S. R 82, by ('arson—Relating to fee« due
measures to be voted on by referen takes some of the sting out of its
ate. flung the lie at each other In Buchanan, of this city, sold an In great world movement Involving this
c<»ntln»*nt. Canada and the United
dum at the 1912 elections.
S. B. 8*. by Von d*r Hellen—Prohibit the s»*nate latt* this afternoon anil vention to Improve side hill combln*»!
It is believed in Pe
harvesters. for $12."""
H" was re Stales would, as a matter of course,
ing rebating by railroad«.
A guard will protect Count Ap- kin that, even should China acquiesce
8. B. 96, by Sinnott—Legalizing divorce*
leased from jail two days agì» and act In the most i»*rfect concert In
ponyi, former Hungarian minister, Russia would not accept her promise, in certain rase«.
ii|M>n securing the model of his pat defense of the «-ominon right of a
8. B. 98. by Merryman—Prohibiting lo
but would insure its fulfillment by
when he appears in Chicago.’
from a farmhouse on Eureka common blood an»! civilization."
cation of saloons within six miles of the Influence of deft politics played ten
occupying certain points in Chinese public work.
Iieclaritig. however, that th»» reci
Flats, where it was stored, he was
Aberdeen, Wash.,’’mill"men refuse Turkestan. The Foreign Board states
8. B. 109, xy Oliver—Regarding claims
lien Holt and procity projKisitlon was "ec-onomlc.
this afternoon refused to put State able to close the deul
to buy “stray” logs, as too many logs that it asked Russian Minister Kor- of 8. Union
not |>olltlcal," Mr. Knox asserted:
101, by —
Dairy and Food Commissioner Bailey a S|M>kane man were joint purchasers
state- certification of teacher«.
ostovets for a more
i___ _ ..„2
disappear from the booms and rafts.
"The United States recognizes with
of the Invention.
i ment of the demands.
8. B. 105, by Dlmlck — Filing boundaries
Buchanan's Invention was worked satisfaction that th«» Dominion of
and 16 nays, the senate rendered an
I the diplomatist was that his i gov- between i Marion and Clackamas.
Canada is a |«*rmanent North Ameri
8. B. 117. by Chase—Regarding vermin- inconclusive verdict against the re out In the harvest field Inst summer
ernment had been most explicit.
a B. 134. by Barrett (Umatilla—Pro- moval bill, leaving Bailey still sail
and was stored on Eureka Flats. He can political unit and that th«* auton
Wheat — Track prices: Bluestem,
The Foreign Board further affirms vid ing traveling
expenses for school sup-
Th«» Unite«! State*
died on th«.* state and two reports de made a conditional sale of the con omy is secure.
81c; club. 78c; red Russian. 76-77c; that Russia has demanded the estab erintendent«.
trlvance. which Is Intended to keep appreciates th«* advantage to the com
valley. 80c; forty-fold. 78-79c.
lishment of Russian military posts
8. B. 139. by Dimick—To prescribe du- desk.
S«*nat«r Joseph was th«» chief the threshing machine of a combined mo* w<*lfnro of th«* Continent that
Bariey—Feed, $23-23.50 ton; brew- within the Chinese frontier for the ties of Secretary of Stat«*.
for Bailey, and pn.d«* his talk havester level at all times, no matter f'nnadti contributes her own strength
8. B. 140. by Bean— Making additional
purpose of controlling and preventing
from the stand|sdnt of a lawyer, how steep the hill which mny l>e run plus the strength of Great Britain."
regents for U. of O.
Millstuffs— Bran, $21-22 per ton ¡¡the disease crossing the border,
It Is said to ls< far superior to
for picking flaws In the testimony which over.
In the matter of this encroachment traveling exp-n-e» of Sheriffs of Union and
TUB MAKING UNDER PROBE.
ha»l convinced even himself that any other device of this kind In use.
greater fear is felt regarding the at-
rolled barley, $25.50-26.50.
$28 , ¡'cracked, . $29
ton titude of the Japanese In Manchuria,
Corn —T Whole.
trade- mat Jcs.
the so-called minority re|s»rt from
Government Seek* Merits of Enamel
who are asserted to be in close as-
8. B. 181, by Abraham—To provide for
Gold Search Renewed.
Oats--No. 1 white, $27-27.50 ton.
the investigating committee, which
care of cemeteries.
Industry, Held Basis.
Hay Track prices: Timothy, East
Ellensburg, Wash.—Carl Ertenkel.
to the present no action has been arising on contract.
ern Oregon. No. 1. $19-20; mixed,
-The merits of enamel
taken by Japan which could be con-
a Bwauk miner, brought Into bank
8. B. 200, by judiciary committee—Re
$16-18; alfalfa. $12-12.50; grain hay,
ing batbtuliH by hand and later by
Salem. F»»b. 17.—Virtually giving
la’lng to deposit of state fund«.
strued as definitely aggressive.
here today a nugget weighing more S|s*c!al machinery wore brought out
R. B. 205. by Norton—Fixing salaries of i th«* II»* to five members of th«* Mult
$13-13.50; clover, $11-12.
Reports from Manchuria state that
than 23 ounces, valued at over $400. In tin* henring of th«* Government
Apples Fancy, $1.50-2.50; choice, the Japanese sometimes usurp the Josephine County.
a score of smaller nuggets with against the Standard Sanitary Man
$1-1.25; common, 50c-$l per box.
authority of Chinese officials in deal Wasco County to se!| real property.
- tfon. the first of the day. when the a total value of more ttian |soo.
S. B. 246. by Sinnott—Requiring em
Green Fruits— Pears, $1.50-1.75 per ing with the plague, but it is gen
All ufacturing Company, of this city, am!
of labor to report accidents.
bill giving to the governor power to were taken from his claim In Bwauk 15 <»thor concerns, nt the second
box; cranberries. $13.50 per barrel. erally conceded that the situation ployers
8. B. 2f»5. by Carson—For addition to
appoint the commissioners of the last week. Enenkel had four shafts day's session of the Investigation ns
Cabbage. $1.25-1.50 warrants this conduct.
for port of Portland appeared for final but startl’d prospecting placer work to whether the enameled ware firms
per cwt; celery, California, $3-3.25
county advertising fund.
and In a short time uncovered those of the country are engtig»*d in n con
per crate; garlic, 10-12c per lb;
8. B. 292. by r»»mmltte* on jurisdlciary -
out nuggets, which are the biggest find spiracy in restraint of Interstat«»
pumpkins, 2c; sprouts, 8c; carrots,
Tho Government charges vio
B. 294. by Hawley—Transferring lands lying counties took occasion to at reported this year.
Hoveral big finds trade
Washington.—An earthquake shock to S. Falls
90c-$l per cwt.; parsnips, $1; tur
lation of tho Sherman antitrust act.
city. Polk County.
nips, 90c-$l; beets, $1.25.
I______ , severe and lasting over a
If B. 6, by Buchanan—Protecting a*cr*t
During t!»«* conduct of th«* Govern
b»*en Introduced during the s»*sslon
Potatoe’s —Oregon, buying prices: considerable
reported orders. 1®. by Abbott—Regulating ^allor»’ on which all the members of the
ment's case recenuy. Edwin P. Gros
Hurl« Brick at Helen Gould.
$1.25-1.40 per cwt.
Monday on the seismographs at boarding hounew.
vonor, special assiHtant to the At-
Multnomah county delegation have
New York, Feb. 17.—Angered when tornoy-Generkl of the I'nlfo»! States,
H B .17, by Brook»» Making It a crime
Onions - Buying price: $2.50 per Georgetown
¡Tondori estimated the distance at
closely questioned Edwin L. Way-
The house and senate are dead
by Floats Pro! tbltln* IT
18-19c; about 3000 miles.
Apparently the transportation of explosives on passenger locked on the question of good roads tramp retire»! to th»* street and hurled man. assign«*»* of three patents. tr>
Poultry — Live:
20c; sanie shock was recorded at St. Louis cars.
and there Is a serious windows of Miss Helen Gould's Fifth facilitate the enameled ware Industry.
H. B. 79, by Reynolds Exempting small legislation,
12-12ic’’ University from 1:22 to 2:10 P. M.:
It was by means of those pntents that
question If any of the bills now be- avenue residence tonight.
factories fr«».n .factory Inspection law.
iat Fordham University! Ixmdon, at
the d»*fi*ndantH managed to combine.
H. R. 9k, by Tbigtianan -Giving GraM fore
the two houses are finally
Dressed: Turkeys, choice, 23-25c.
Mrs. Edward Scholes, standing near
2:06; at the Ottawa, Ont.. University, Army of th«» Reputilo printing to the enacted.
Eggs Oregon ranch, candled, 21- at 9 P M : at Seattle at 11 A. M.. ’ni
the window, was struck squarely on
H. R. 102. by Miller Columbia) Pr^vM-
22Jc per dozen.
Famine Sufferers Raid Stores.
being apparently »000 miles distant ' Ing for Immediate refunding of fken-e from the senate that unless the the head and escaped serious Injury
Butter City creamery, extras, 1
only b<*<'ause of an abundance of hnlr.
at New Orleans at 1:45 P M.
I money by County Court when license to house passed the state aid bill, the
—Serloua rioting by thou
and 2-pound prints, in boxes, 33c per
She was knocked prost rat»* ami a
•ell liquor Is denied.
would not consider further I largo blimp raised at the base of her sands of famine strlck»*n refugees ar
Ill, by Milter fT.Inn) Fixing senate
pound; less than boxes, cartons and i
January, Instead of July ng th»* time ’or the state highway board as amended 'skull,
poll»»* begaa • »Mrcb flu- tito riving at Nankin from th»* Interior
Destroyer Is Launched.
County Treasurer« tn make annual settle
by the house and which Is now on tramp, but had not found him late was reported by arrivals on the
Pork Fancy, 11-1 ljc per pound.
Newport News. Va.—The United ment with County Court.
•toamor Suverlc. Th»* hungry horde,
If. B. 129, by Ambrose—Regulating the the table In the senate.
Veal^ Fancy, 85 to 125 pounds, 13J- States toriiedo-boat. destroyer Mona- prfi'tloe
the friends of good roads in the
over 1000 strong, broke into lit«* city
14c p« J pound.
I ghan was launched at the plant of
H. B. 113. by Peterson Providing method house to g«*t. busy.
January 24 after having massed out
Hops-1910 crop, 18j-19c;
1909 the Newport News
At the opening of the afternoon Workmen
Unite With American«. side the walls.
They raided th«»
137, by Amme—Regulatlng and
Dry Docks Company Monday.
crop, 12-14c; contracts, 15-16c.
session they took from the table
licensing private hoanltel«
shops nenr th«* south gale, carrying
Wool- Eastern Oregon, 12-18c, ac- .! The sponsor was Miss Blanche R
H. B 138, by Abbott—Frovldlng frr-e Mariner's bill appropriating $680.000
off everything eatable. Women out
nt Pt. Johns.
Vnited Workmen of Colorado per did th«* men In plundering and many
cording to shrinkage; valley, 17
IT , Monaghan, sister of the naval of- ferry
H. R 169, by Pierre—Fixing salary A r - of state funds to aid construction of
■ fleer for whom the vessel was named. sesso
mohair, choice, 30c per pound.
fected a merger with a frati-rnal bet»» . ■tores were wreckod,
r of Coos County.
steera. , '$6-6.85;
H. R. 204. hv Brooke Fixing t*rm« of
, good KnBlgn John Robert Monaghan, of
In committee of the whole the ficlary society known aa the Ameri ance was continued on tho following
Court of Pendkton,
total of the appropriation in this bill cans. with headquarters in San Fran day.
to choice. $5.75-6; fair to
213, by Powell—Reimbursing
was again reduced to 1340,000 and cisco and branches in Idaho, Oregon,
$5.25-5.75; common, $4-5; choice
to an enKaKpmpnt wl,h the Samoans
near Apla, April 1, 1899.
229, hv B*a!« — Providing method the
measure was then placed on Washington and California. The mer
prime cAws, $5-5.25; good to choice
ting n<”v tF-rrltory to ports.
Burglars Rob Prisoner.
beef cows, $4.75-5; common to fair
245. by Insurance commit!**—Tn- final [tassage.
ger has been approved by the grand
Aviators Are Arrested.
Eclipsing all past records
___ for ap- officers of both lodges ami is now
. i ■•irn-ing appropriation of Insurance f’om-
Pa. — Two
beef cows, $2-4; choice spayed heif-|
Qrtiy ; rn|eg|nn*ra to SIG.000 annually.
proprlatlons for’ a single day. both being submitted to a referendum burglars broke Into the town jail
hy wnvw nn,, nv-an« commltfc*
ers, $5.25-5.50; good to choice heif- anq Ree»hy an»l the promoteis -.s
of the i
at Wnrrlor Run, Pa.. n«*ar here. an»l
vot«* for ratification.
ers. $5-5.25; choice to good fat bulls. I aviation exhibition here were ar- —Genera! appropriation bill for state de
working like a machine today, ground
bursting open tho door of tho c«*ll In
_ on .. a partments. Vetoed by Governor.
fat bulls, _ rested after the flight _____
out bills representing $3,802.124.93.
which Stanley Jandus, th«» only prln-
Mountain Will Be Blown Up.
$3-3.50; good to chcite light calve-, charge of unlawfully giving an exhf
f n i. bv r’bapp -Provldlnr for arqul- and up to a late hour were still
Corona, Cal.—A mountain of rock oner. was confined, robbed him nt.
$7.75-8; fair to good light calves, $7- bition on Sunday to which admission sltlon of tideland« by porta and comrnlt« passing on bills, many carrying appro
at Porphrry, one mile from Corona, the point of a revolver of $29. Th»»
7.50; good to choice light calves, ¡was charged.
The arrests followed alone.
H. B. 39, by Nottingham To prevent priations.
be blasted on March 1 by the burglars th«*n escaped, and Jandus,
$3.75-4.75; good to choice stags, $5-; protests from ministers against Sun
clinrge of dynmite ever fired who was lining held on a trivial
A large crowd
5.25; fair to good stags, $4-4.50;.
Bill Unintentionally Altered.
Joseph on Anti-Shark Bill.
Twenty five tons of the charge, finding himself free, went out.
Hogs Choice, $8.25-8.75; go«xi to witnessed the flights which were not
and notified the police. Tho Jail was
Salem Governor West has «liacov-
J Amme’« anti-loan shark bill passed ered that senate bill 225 was altered, explosive will be used. The blast Is not guarded.
choice, $8-8.25; poor, $7-7.50.
the senate yesterday afternoon, 21 most probably unintentionally, in «in
Sheep — Choice yearling wethers,
1425 Children Get Cash.
| to S, after a debate that rippled rolling, so that it excludes train dis rock, enough to supply all needs of
grain fed, $4.25-4.60; old wethers,
the rock company owning the quarry
Home Rule Is Nearer.
Mlddlesboro, Ky.—Bank accounts among the rafters, Abraham denounc-
grain fed, $4-4.25; choice ewes, grain
patchers from its operation.
The bill for a number of years. The cost of
Txtndon.—During the preliminary
fed, $3.50-4.50; fair to medium ewes, for every school child In Middies- Ing the bill and Joseph making a is one prescribing a 14-hour limit for the charge will he $5000.
homo /tile d«*bato in th«* bouse of
grain fed, $2.75-3.25; choice lambs, boro were started by J. H. Bartlett strong plea In Its favor.
of this city, who deposited a small declared It was unconstitutional and the continual employment of railroa«!
commons. Premier Asquith reiter
grain fed, $5.75-6; good to choice,
sum In the postal savings bank to vicious, being an attempt to limit the men. There is a clause in the bill
ated his declaration that tho govern
grain fed, $5.50-5.75; fair to goo«l,
Vl»*nna.—The Noun Frele Brasse ment’s first task after the ''Vet«»
the credit of each of the children en right of contract. The bill makes It whore the typist could easily have
$4.50-5.50; poor lambs, $2.50-3.50.
rolled In the schools here. Not one necessary to have the consent of the jurnpe«! from one line to another in figures that the »-Htate of Baron Al hill” has b«*en disposed of, would ho
Hay fed sheep and iambs 50c lower I of the 1425 children, white or black. employer before a man's wages can copying. This was undoubtedly the bert von Rothschild, who died hero to carry out a policy of full self-
than grain fed.
I was forgotten.
government for Ireland.
be pledged for a loan less than $200 manner in which the error was made. recently is worth $145,000,000.