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THREE. ARMY DIVISIONS.
jioivAnn a imoirw, Inti.
COTTAGE GROVE OREGON.
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
COAL LUimtl POUND.
CIIINUSI! RAIDlit) IIV ROllllURS.
Military Department to lie Placed Under
Separate Heads. 1
Washington, April 21. A movement
lias been etnrttl tore-ortnblish military
divisions In this country, with Bcvoral
PVPNTs OP THF DAY ,,oiiattnu,nti lncultHl ,n encn- 11 hB"
IW I - , w . . . t I.I.I I
h'wiito uio vuuumvuiuiu ui """.' specimens From Near Wllholt Sprlnes Mormon ttailn r.1,.11.1. rro Nnt th
Comprehensive Review "of tho Import I officials, anil it will no doubt Ins taken ot llxcellcnt (Juallty. Victim ol i Mob Violence.
llnnln(ta nf fha Piiat WMb. I nn Anil ranmrlprpil At nil nariv (1.1V. I I
- - - . .. - . I Aprnril nil? in n rpnnrt limncht rmm rr..i... ..... ...... ...
Presented In Condensed Pom, Mot probably alter the return 01 t-ecrcuiiy ., , , , " ' , " uneii amies District Attorney J
Likely to Provo lntcrctlng. Hoot nntl Major General Corbln Irom "'e " II. Hall, ot l'oitlnnd. has been lu
ft. 1mis. iuuv oi .11 vrir,ui. viij. iii iiiv mui- unker C tv suvcrnl dava miiklm? In
I 1 Iia Bltitnn liMa rtxuuilnl I til 11a nt 1 1m Pnanmlrt Xtmminlna nn.i tn I
A mad doe In Morrlatown. N. J., bit 1 ' " ...V: . Lv ' " ..." ... ."Z,:' " J":.: : ". ... I",r noout n,,pKe" 0UtrnK I,er
Under ordors irom ,i ., ,1" i(i ,u-l.. .. ....... ...... .. . -- - on n uu ot umnnmeu engaged
160 town dogs,
tlio mayor 1,000 dog liav
T' T 'o" nydo. V'or? B t0.i?,V.,r0 ll.lvi." ,,m,- 19 ,lli,,,v ' h0 n f,""re t0 In mining nenr M
ontl10 AtUntlc. t .o Middle and t be ono f tMt WPflltll.,,ro. '' S
Pacific. Kacli will be In command ol . . ,. ". . ., 8mmer. it will li
i .i. . .....! f .., ti. Motions of tho county. K. C. n t 0f ...,.,, ...
Mormon Basin Inst
bo remembered tlint
CanUtn Edward Gatllold. who rovs- a major general of Ibo army. The Pur,"K " r . 8 11,1 ot to"-Rhs modo n raid on the
li.mn.lv .llm,i.tp.l In ninndand Inst Atlantic division will bo comnosed ol rto. ot mat place, nas a sample chlnoso Placer iiiIiiob over tlicro nml
summer, has been found in Littleton, tbo preeont department of tho Kast, of coal which ho ays has i been token robbdl them of all tholr Bold dust nnd
Uolo. no wroto Home mat no was in. mvitieu liuo two mo uepirimems, "e."; " " ' , ",. -",." money. Threo of tho Chinamen wpro
I)r. Uwry, secretary of tho Kansas "'....T. . ?.!..". looklnK for for the past t2 months. badly injured and several houses
state board of
that tho disease In Hlco county, Kan- . , . ... ., most pure enroon, nnu was as tine n u was not n mob but a rnlil nr .. ini
.... . .1 uu tviiunjmni L'l liih iiivm'ii i mi iiiiciiid 1 - a 1 ... .1. . ....... .ilmah .1"' M 1 ' " ... .. ....
ca l.rMnlit In lui hiitinnin ttlfli.nn. 1 R I . ... ...
I . . v . " 1 n "
r: w.i" ; :. 'n.v .. 'f" "1 iu ."iu u"u;K """ .? of tiii0VM nmi ,m.0 k
.'iiit-Jiui, in.ui """ can be rouiul nnywiiere between tne . , .. v ..v..v.
I leiai, while tho raciuc .division will two oceans. According tit his story tho " "'iimuiato their victims, burned
As tbo result of a collision between be comiMisetl ot the departments of Cal- vein Is from six to ten feet thick and their homes nnd assaulted tho
nn Intorurban car and an automobile at I tfornin, Columbia and Colorado. Vrob- hhows every indication of being per-1 mates.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dr. Charles How ably different geographical linos of de-
ard, of St. l'aul, Ind., was killed and partments will be made In order to
Itlchard Hlco, of Indianapolis badly in- sccuro tho best result.
In tho purchaso fo 33 acres of land at
Indiana harbor, Lake county, Ind., the
Illinois steel company lias secured a
alto for tho proposed 13,000,000 1'ort
land cement manufacturing plant
Tho capacity will be 4.00U barrels a
Cracksmen wreckod tbo vault and
safe of tho Allen stato bank, at Allen,
NEW ROUTU POR CI1INUSU.
VfZ. ,nnr. w fc.n .rin. iv,pr Tno Chinese government It Is nn
are flno prospects for coal In that -sec- l,cr8td. has miulo n claim against
tton. and many samples of coal picked unclo bam for $100,000 damages nnd
up from the hillsides have been exhlb- It is for tho purpose of looking up tho
"l1' t" "'"'"''l.!8.? .fnct8 ' the case that Mr. Hall has
in. w. .i.ij lunoiiiimi, ...in to ueen sent tlicro,
May Come to New Orleans and .Mobile ,ccved that claims that have not
been filed on In that vicinity will soon I
be taken up. I
As tho new electric railroad, for
from Costa Kka.
Mobile. Ala.. April 21. Tho sus
picion of government officials has been
TON OP SALMON POUND.
4IWO I T" T - . ....
arouKHl by the. numerous arrivals here - rX
Itocas del ,rt .... ..inii.,. n. iimii,ai, cnt i
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of lato of
Kica and other southern
'.s believed that this find will bo an In-
At ports, nnd nn invcstlKation nas boon rontlvo to hurry up tho building of the
(ordered. Several weeks ago half a road.
Kan., and escaped with (2,700,
1 .1 ... I ... I 1 I 1 1.11V
nuuillVi nuu.uvi dui.n .unu " , , , . , ,, . .. .
n. ... in-., .1,. ..(m ... uoien ninese arriveu in .nooim irora
J " ::" I.. " . .' .". 7 Cocas del Toro, destined for New Or
IHUKVji iuiu nuu cuin.i w , . v. I , . . .
mmiHV takpn 'vaati. .uvj juviiin v muciou
money umiii. I ! ,.. ,. m..i.i. ..... i.ii
Woodburn. N. J.. National Bank of- in !il :.
1 j i i io ciWt I ' v" . :
IICIUIH BUT a I II U U UCWollCU fl",uuv, 1 ITn (a,! Cl.ta Mmm .a And.
Leany an in .u goiu piw.-, iuai u . :.... Qvarnmen. m.
Was Caught Out of Season and All Packed
Water Dalllffa 8mlth nnd Jones nnd
Deputy Wirdon Webster wcro looking
for .poachers near tho mouth of the
Clackamas when they ran Into as flno
n lot of calmon packed in Ico as tholr
University Contract Awarded.
A committee of tho board of rcgcnU eyed had seen for many a long day.
of the university, consisting of Bean, Moro than 2200 pounds wero taken
Dolph and Friendly, met at Eugene I from tho pack and shinned to Port.
lain burled in his back yard for years. I Jg mplluy , New and opened the bids for tho building land, whoro they woro'placcd In cold
uurton rarkcr. a sorter in ine -"'-1 Orleans engaged In bringing Chinese to or an annex to tne dormitory and re- oiorage.
Mter leaving this big find of sal-
tho men proceeded up tho river
cured 1800 r " " Y '""'" awaraeu tne contract ror doing the iook tor a location for n flshwny.
,.o. ... i wood and oricK work at X7499. A. R. un meir way they broke their oars
Burton Parker, a sorter In the cm- Orleans engaged In bringing Chinese to or an annex to tho dormitory and re- atorat
cago PostoOlce, has been arrested on ll)lg Irom dol Toro au pairing and refitting tho main build- Afti
nf.ar Ik !5 Hhavo l that Mobile M we" 88 New Orleans, is Ing. Welch & Manner, of Salem, were mon,
curedTsOO used as a port of entry. Within the .warded the contract for doing the to loo
General J. C. Bates, tho new com'
mander of the Department of the
Lakes, has arrived at Chicago. Gen
cral Sumner succeeds him as com'
mander of tbo Department ot the Mis
Passenger train No. i, on the North
ern Pacific, ran Into a freight on a sld-
than a doien deported.
STAND FOR FIREWORKS.
Room for 31,000 People -St. Louis Wants
to Keep Monitor.
St. Louis, April 21. One of the Isrg
Church, of Portland, was awarded the I and were forced to bent ashoro, nnd
heating and plumbing contract atalmost under their eyes they dlscov
11350. crcd 20 fine steelhcads, which they ap
Financial Condition Oood. It has long been known thnt ulmnn.
The semi-annual financial report of fishing out of season wan Imino- imini.
Columbia county officers for the six god In In the Clackamas, but that It
lng at a station IS miles west or dick- est grandstands ever built in the United I months ending March 31. has been was being carried on on uch a large
inson. N. D. Fireman Gleason was sii. h. lutnn rr(l nn thn wnrM'n I COmnlAtprl Anil It Rhnvn a fntn. In alMEPAln una nnt ,1 mi m.i.l n ..I .......
hiiicu uuU mo v-eb.uc:. f.ir Grounds for th H rework liinn lav 01 tne lunas or nearly JIU.00U. The ous stona will bo taken in jinn II
during the dedication ceremonies. The J', resources or tno county are
stand is 800 feet long by 183 feet :;V i.o. " Orouse Mountain Mine Resume.,
wide and, It Is estimated, will accom- llzZz ,uL T . " . j " The Grouse Mountain floM Minin.
Qt nnft I UU VllU bVUI-lill UUU IUIU IUUUS - a
moaato dl.liuu people. that hav- no, b nresente.I for nnv. & Milling CoraDanr will resumii nnr.
switch had been left open.
The recent high tides at Coney Is
land. N. Y.. burst through the Bright'
on Beach bulkheads, and the Inrush'
Ing waters flooded the cellars and de
stroyed the work or the gardeners at
Brighton Beach Hotel.
rose as. high as 20 feet.
The big bronze statue of Atlas
which has stood on the fourth floor ot
the old Times building. Chicago, for
Tne United.btates monitor Arkansas, mmi ThrA u nn .n.h nm..i, isolations at oncn. Th n.rin(nn,i.n
The waves now on bcr wy nP river to take 'n that county of indorsing warrants h8 8no to Bohemia with a force of
part in tne ceremonies, is expected to "not paid Tor want of funds." iraen. inia Company owns valuable
arrive here on April 20. A movement I I property on Grouse Mountain which
has been started favorable to the reten- Settlers for Wallowa County. aajoins tno Noonday nnd Knott mines,
tion of tho monitor hero for several A party of Immigrants numberlne S-l.f "tension of the Champion,
inn ship laUnciiud.
WARNING IS GIVEN
Mlnnttota Chrlntencd by tllll'i Daughter
Lnrce Crowd Present.
Now London. Conn., April tT.-ln RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA WANT MACC
no presenco or tiuiusan.is ot spec n- - N Tj HAl.K'ANS.
linn, llluilllllllK 111:111 YltilllilH iiiiiii
Now York, Boston nnd othor el I lea.
the steiilnshln Mtnnesotn. tho largest
vessel over built In this country nnd Tell Turkey to Hurry Reforms anil llul
Iho greatest cargo rnrrler In the
world, wns lnunched yesterdny nt the
5 arils ot tho Kastern HhlphuildlitK
Company nt Groton. The sponsor ol
tho mammoth ship wns Miss Clara
lllll, daughter of .1. J. lllll, president
of tho (lient Northern Company, for
whom Iho vessel wns built, to become
part of tho company s rnclllc nml
Oriental carrying service.
Ar tho Inst restraining link that
gnila to Suppress Atncedonhin Rebel
Trouble Will I'nllow I'allure tu Com
ply-Auitrln Is Anliiu tu Show Her
Lujnlly to Russia,
Vlbunn, April 20. Itusnln and Au
trln-lluugnry tomorrow will present
new notes to the governments at Hull
hem ti.i ship to lis Plneo on the ways and Constantinople regnidlng tho im
wna severed, Miss Hill broke n bottle satisfactory roiidltlon of tho reform
of wlno over the steel how nml nmncd mpllHmt,B M,lMdoiiln. Turkey will
ttiu v 1 11 tk iui mui ill's win.. niivi 1 in' 1 1 1 .. . . . 1 . 1, ... 11 .
launching luncheon wis served to the u lformod that tlio Allmnlau ills
guests of tho shipbuilding company In lurimnco must nn enectiveiy nui
tho mold loft of the yard. speedily suppressed, while lltilguilun
Final preparations for tho launching win bo wnined not to encoiiingo 1
nf tlm Mlnn.omtii wpni linunn nnrlv in I any way tho Mnaeiloiila uuiveiiieut.
tho day nt tho yard of tho Kastern Tllu Puwum umiilfostly nio iIIsbmIIh
Shipbuilding Company, In Groton. tho lied lognrdlng tho present state or a
entire force being busied In knoekliiK fair. Though they belluvo that Til
uwav tho henvv blocking nnd totting key Is enilenvorlug to carry out th
every Inst detail In readiness for the aiiminlstrutlvo purl of Iho reforms,
Initial plunge of tho big ship Into the they bellovo that the Porto failed t
water. While the preliminary work dopt siilllclently piompt nnd energe
wna colnir 011 iliniinnncln nt neoiiln lc uiensurea against tho Allmulnus.
from various vnntrtgo polntB watched With legunl to llulgaila, It la assert
Iho labors of the men .ind viewed tho etl that tho old connections be twee
Immense proportions of tho Mlnnesotn Solln and the revolutionary bands
nnd her slstor vessel, thn Dakota, hnvo not entirely censed, and th
which Is to bo launched a few months nolo nro Intended us a warning to
hence. "otu governments to take a moro ser
Every trolley-ear from Norwich, viv m view of their responsibilities,
hides from tho suburban districts und Tho presentation of these iloiiinnd
special trains on the Now York. New at this particular Juncture Is cornier
Haven A Hartford lloail brnucht loads ed, doubtless, with nutlcllintlons 11
of spectators, nnd by 11 o'clock the disturbances nt tho Greek Knstortldi'
streets boro the appearance of a mil- concerning which period mere is
vers tv boat rare. Thn weather wnn growing UUCtlSlncSB. It Is SUKIIUsle
cloudy. A stilt northeast gale was I thnt Austria welcomes tho opportuu
blowing, nnd tho air wns chilly enough Hy ' thus showing her loyalty tu Bus
to mako heavy conta desirable.
TO INVnSTKUTl! ALASKA.
Sub.Commltttc of Senators Appointed to
Visit the Territory.
Washington. April 18. Senator I
Boverldgo, chairman of the Committee
on Territories, has named Senator
Dillingham, of Vermont. Iliirnhnm. of
Now Hampshire. Nelson, of Minneso
ta, nnd Patterson, of Colorado, a sub
committee to visit Alaska this Hum-
Ula.'nu Iho new nolo Is mainly directed
ngalust tho Albanians, for whom the
iiussinn organs nccusu Austria of en
QRGAT STUUL DRYDOCK.
more than T third of it centy.' and months. Mayor Wells and Prseldent CO men women and children, arrived tV,mpe The propeTty TmX
which was placed In tho structure by Francis, ol the exposition, hold a con- a few days ago from Hin ton, W. Va., man3i?t . S'. i.fii, "
Wilbur F. Storey, has been stolen, terence today with reterence to what " " many win go 10 ti. a coi corporation and bacVpii i.v
Tho statue weighed more than a ton. steps shall bo taken to gain the con- and Perhaps to Wallowa county, 80me men Df J . flBac u'
A Chicago man proposes to capture of the government to the proposl- nre aiready loca ed
to'tho proZ: -here Already "many 7rom their slaYe 80me men f
Havana's stray dogs, use them as bait "on. A party of prominent citliens arch of Government fond that can
lor BnarKS in me naruor, .anil wuea nm uicoi um aikausaa uuu cewri nor I hp hnmpqfpnrVrl
sutncient are gatnereu. diow mem up 1 to &(. ixmis.
The Havana Munlcl
pal Council pays $3 for each female
shark destroyed, and 2 for each male.
"There s millions in it,
F1QHT ON CANAL TREATY.
Forest Ranger Discharged.
News has been received in Rntnm
that all the forest
last year have been discharged, and
An Immense flow of oil was struck
at 1200 feet In a well at Hartford, O.,
In new territory.
An explosion has occurred at the
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mlllUry powder factory neir Lisbon. pects ot he ratmcano,, of the-Pana-
1 uuusai. uciciai ymavua
rlerran Says Opposition It Strong
Washington. April 20. Dr. Herran,
the Colombian Charge d'Affalrs hero.
said today with reference to the pros-
Treat for Muilc Lovers.
The ntmionta nnj iiinn. r c... I tho presumption Is that new jnpn will
CPnP ATA nntlnlnntlnf a trron mn.lnnl I bo employed, orobublv UDOIl Rntnn plvll
treat wnen tho state Oratorio Society 1 " uiuiuuub oasis,
rPnHpra ttu nrnTrnmmn n Vrlll...ll
Hall. Mav 12 13 nnd 14 Smallpox Case at The Dalle.
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n. uuao 01 smaupox naB been. report-
Examined Salem Bar. ..IO ln. clty nuthorltles at The
uaui-o, me suuerer oeing unon Kin-
David B. Ogden. of Portland, an en- ersly. of that cltv. Mr. Kinor.w nm.J
were ma Canal treaty by the Colombian g'neer of the Government Itlvcr and ably contracted the disease In or about
I Congress: lunrlmr nen.-irtmonf en- in ci. .n Shanlko, which nlaco Is now In nn.ir.
Sir Chen Tung Llan Cheng, the new "The advices I receive from Bogota m,i0 .ni.n.iin. iJ win. ... antlne w"h several cases of tho dls-
Chinese Minister, has accepted the In- through private Bources are quite con- ,,.. e , . eas.
Tltntlnn nf ihn WnrlV FaIt C.nmmti. tradictorv. Thev show tho onnosltlon K"er noar Salem to ascertain what
sloners to participate In the dedica- to the treaty to be quite strong, butehanges have taken place In the chan- Take Place In The Daiie ijnd nm.-
. I . C , T ..I. nn .afn hn ... 1 J ! .. .1,. Inpl I fo alen TT1 n H n Invwllmltnit. I 1HU UlllbC.
UUU V Ol. IAJUID, ) " bwic " 1. L, aiD luaumg IUC UU I ... .. auv.. iii inii(,ll,iuua
-n ... j position, l nave received no official I-1" wl" uo use 10 nis omce in easel. - - i-i't uauorn, 01 wasn-
iwu cunuaus ui uiiiiiarj icuio, i...i , 1..11.... .. lit shnnl.l .. na.aoj..,. 1. 1...11.1 I melon I) CT whn tnr fhn n- ol.
FnTi. ii.. I mfP. Prospects for the success or failure -etment in order to keep the river In UeaTf J?"8 be.en n cl.flrI- ln the General
Largest Structure of the Klud Will lie
Towed tu Manila,
Wnshlngton, April 20. A contrnc
to build tho largest steel floating dry
vuiuuiiiu-u lu linn jiiinr.u illia f Hill I .l.u,, I.. ,. II . .1 . .. 1
mer for tho purpose of making a thor- lo 1,1 t,lu worlJ' to "ont t,' larK-,Bt
ough investigation of conditions In uauiesuips, and onq mat Is to bo low'
thnt terrltorv with n view In rernm. Od 13,000 miles to tllO Pllllllinlnu Isl
mending legislation or amendments to M!-"-8.' ''as been awarded tho Maryland
oxlstlng laws to tho Sonato when It aleo- Company by tho Navy Depart
assembles. mcnt. Tho dock Is to bo COO feet long
Senator Nelson Is a member of the nna .9' rn strength nnd weight
Commlttco on Public Lands nnd Sena weighing 10.000 tons, principally to
tor Pnttersnn Is n member of tho Com. enablo her to stand n voyage half way
mltteo on Mines nnd Mining so that round tho world. Tho dock will cost
tho sub-commltteo will Includo In Its ' '--.ui and will bo. 27 months In
membership senators familiar with '-"lldlng. Tho builders nro to dellvor
tho West. Thn Btih-rominlttpn will tho great strticttiro on tho Atlantic
havo comnlptn rontrnl nf thn Invnu. const and tho Navy Department will
ttgatlon to bo made, tho only sugges- ,nko "P tho tnsk of getting tho dock
tion mauo ' oy tno committee when i--huoii.
tho latter was beforo It being that rl, dock will havo to ho towed
thcro should bo nn tnnnlrv on the across tho Allnntlc. through tho Med
ground Into conditions in Alaska, as "erranoan sea, down tho 8uei rnnnl
It was felt that current Information ""'J "' 8tn. neroBs tho Indian oceim
was too meagor and Indirect to ena- nni- "P tho Chluu sea to Manila. If
bio Congress to grasp tho actual con 1,110 mokes four knots an hour she will
dltlons. Henrlns will bo hold wher -rnvol 80 miles a day. and It will ro
ever tho sub-commltteo thinks best I Hiiro 101 dnys for tho voyngo If she
nml mnrh nirnn-il Invnalltxitlnn u-lll mndo the passago Without atnnnlnir
take placo. which will bo Impossible owing to
Senator Bevcrldgo will not go to -owing snips Having to rcconl or
rVlaskn. as ho purposes to tako n rest .wnlt. 'or Kod weather. Tho tow will
from labor of all kinds up in the uo lno largest nnd longest In lilBtory
.Mnino rorests during July nnd August
till IMPLICATUS TAYLOR.
TO I1LUFF OUATHMAI.A.
ZJ&SS &T!rW!SX. TK rea'iy. this distance I Us
received at Winnipeg. Fourteen hun
drcd more are expected.
Canada proposes to retaillato for
German tariff discrimination by add
lng one-third to the duty on German
imports. Machinery for placer mln
Ing will, be admitted free for one year,
The fast mall on the Louisville &
Nashville for New Orleans, ran into
an open switch near Castleberry. Ala,
and was -wrecked. Mall Clerk Dono
van and the Negro fireman were kill
ed. Engineer Wright .and mall clerks
uyers. Baton and Btratton were pain'
Fife which started in the Capital
Hotel at West End, a summer resort
nenr New Orleans, La., destroyed that
building and a number of business
houses. The loss is $75,000.
The Cripple Creek Tunnel Trans
portatlon & Mining Company, of Crip
pie Creek. Colo., has obtained an In
junction against a number of mining
companies to Prevent them from drlV'
ing a big district tunnel through one
of its claims. The company has also
urougnt suit against the El Paso Con
solldated Gold Mining Company for
Kansas bank deposits now amount
to $30,000,000, or over $60 for every
man, woman and child In the state.
Tho Methodists propose to merge the
Methodist Book Concern of New York
and the Western Methodist Book Con
corn of Cincinnati and Chicago.
Nearly $300 was found In searching
n hovel occupied by Patrick Flynn,
near Belvidero, N, J. He was 82 years
old and a hermit. He was found dead.
rtocka from n blast at a cutting In
n Bronx, Now York City, street, broke
many windows, wrecked a house, in
jured a baby and scared a woman near
ly to death.
Two Hungarians were killed and two
injured at Pittsburg in a belated ex
plosion of dynamite at the New Mount
Washington tunnel ot tho West Lib
erty Traction Company,
Brlgadior-aeneral Frank D. Baldwin
has taken charge of tho Department
of the Colorado, succeeding General
Governor Pcabody, ot Colorado, has
ordered the members of the Denver
Flro and Police Board to answer
charges of malfeasance and mlsfcas
nnco In ofllcb In permitting gambling.
The trial of Dr. Joseph Alexander,
of Indianapolis, on the charge ot
Ernv0-robbinif-b8 been Indefinitely
postponed, becauso tbo, Negroes un
der Indictment have refused fo testi
fy against iilni.
am unable to form an opinion as to
the relative strength of the Mends
and opponents of the treaty. I am
still without Information as to the
-Had Oood Run.
The four-stamp mill recently Install
exact date when congress will be con-led at the new ICrcmer & Palmer mine,
Land Office, has arrived nt Tho Dalles
to assume bis position In the locnl
Lumber Dropped Into Hay,
Part Of fho flock nf thn Trnplfftn
veneo, except mat contained in ear- on Mount Reuben, has been completed number Company's sawmill, at Hob
lier advices that It would bo asscm- and .v , , , h .... sonvllle. on Tillamook Bay, collapsed
bled about May 1." nna ,f e" "s 'rlal run- 0XClelIent and 00,000 feet of dressed lumber went
"- i-aiiiiur 111 one into the bay with It. A gang of men
01 me ncnesi and most promising! wero put to work and saved tho lum
mines or southern Oregon, and Is an-1 ber.
other of tho properties of this mineral
Castro Pay Oermany.
Caracas, April 21. Venezuela, car
I . , , , . , "."-i u fiviiciuirs ui una mineral
rying out the provisions of the proto- ZOne that has arisen from a mere pros-
cois signed by Minister Bowen with pect to a paying mino within the
tne aiiit-s. nas met the payment due to course ot a few months.
uermany on .March 10. Thirty per
cent 01 trie customs will be delivered to Snow Scares fjrant Stockmen.
,Vr.r Three Inches of snow fell over most 11 M!Z.
April 1 is ready,
Bond Proposal Carried.
At a special election held ln B.iknr
uity to vote on a proposition to Issuo
bonds for tho purposo of constructing
a sower system and erecting a City
Thin I. In nlio nf Grant county last week, causing bonds five to one. Both Improvement..
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tne lact tnat all 01 too Veneznelan I """" """ 10 scores m am m nuwo n m
merchant vessels have not yet been I stockmen who had Just turned out on
returned, and that those that had been the range. Skits of February havo been
retnrned had no cargo aboard, having carried Into April this season, numer
been looted by their captors. ous scant falls of snow being Inter-
mingled witn cnni weather, tne com-
Qreat Oale In Colorado. mnation proving rather trying on
?r"d.? SflT' F0'0" fo". for tSngsmerafe0.
The worst wind storm since that of
November 19. 1001. when
and roofs of buildings' Wero blown off, Fear for Clackamas County Fruit,
has been raging at Colorado Springs Tho heavy hall storm of last week
all day. Signs, tree branches and did considerable damage to fruit in
awnings have been wrenched off. At different sections of Clackamas conn
times the wind blew 60 miles an hour. ... .... . . .
Trains .ere delved and the cog- road ''.'m ' "'V,, ., , , S
to the summit of Pike's Peak wfl. ln '" bloom, and the entire blossom
ueing Knocked oir tho trees. The
maimer ui me wnoio wcck nas ueen
blocked by snow drifts. A train was
blown almost off the track.
Russia's Lateat Hxcuse.
London, April 21. The Times' cor
respondent at Pokin teleraphs that tho
latest official explanation by tho J!ub
sian legation of the delay in restoring
immoderately cold, and It Is believed
that tho fruit crop Is baaly damaged,
11 nor entirely Killed.
Wife nurdcrer Suicides.
John da Falco, the Italian convict
Niu Chwang tc China is that It Is duo wno was srvlng n life sentence at tho
to the presenco in that part of British Penitentiary for killing his wlfo in
and American gunboats and tho con- Portland on February 20 through Jeal
sequont uncertainty as to tho possible ousy, ended his existence at tho prison
action ol these powers after tho restl- by cutting his throat and sovcrlng his
tution 01 the port. This, continues the windpipe with an Instrument known
correspondent, Is moro bluff, because ns 0 ce" Kniro, with a blade about one-
niu guniKiais nave been stationed there ,m!" ,uui"
more or loss constantly during the
past 20 years.
.Olas ractorlc Cloie.
Hartford City, Ind., April 21. r-i
Every window glass faqtory in the
United States lias gone out. of. blast
and 20,000 skilled laborers leave the
factories with no idea when they wilf
return to work. The impression
among the workers Is that the wage
scalo adopted for tho next blast will
be on a basis close to a 50 per cent re
duction in wages,
May Make 100,000 Idle.
Chicago, April 10. On tho result of
a meeting to bo held tomorrow deponds
tbo question of a strike which may In
volve 10p,000 -workmen on tho Great
Lakes. An ultimatum on wages Id to
be presented by tho package' frelgla
handlers at Chicago- to tho managers
of tbo lake lines and labor contractors
who supply mon. for dock work along
tho Chicago river. The demand Is
backed by the International Long
shoremen's, Marino and Transport
Wheat Walla Walla, 7072cj blue
stem, vocj valley, 707c.
Barley Feed, $21.60 per ton brew
flour Best grade, $3.05(34. 26t grab'
am, f a.ioasd.ot).
MIllRtuffs Bran, $10 per ton
middlings, $ 24; shorts, $10.5020
chop, f 18.
Oats No. 1 white, $1.16 a 1.20
gray, ( l.iaQl.ID per cental.
Hay Timothy. $13913.50: clover.
iutyu; cneat, per ton.
Potatoes Best Borbanks, 60o per
sack; ordinary, 2640e per cental,
growers' prices; merceu sweets, $3
j.ou per cental.
Poultry Chickens, mixed, ll12c;
young, latgnc; liens, lZc; turkeys,
live, 1617c; dressed, 20022c; ducks,
is.ou per uozon; geese, Utl.BU,
Ohooso Full cream, twins, 10)0
l7o; Young America, 13 13c;
factory prices, ids lftc less.
Butter Fancy creamery. 22o per
ponnu; extras, 210; dairy, 2U22$c;
Eggs lFi10Kc per dozen.
Hops Choice, 1020o per pound.
Wool-Valley, 12K16c; Eastern'
Oregon, 814c; mohair, 3636t.
Beef Gross, cows, 34o per
pound; steers, 436o; dressed. 7)e.
Mutton Gross, 707c per pound)
dressed, BtSOc., , . lu , , .
Lambs rr Groea, Ar per pound;
Jlogs Groas, 77Ko per coundi
Wltncs Say (lovernor Offered to Pay Allies Threatened Same lactic a Sue-
lor flotbtl Murder. cccutd In Venezuela
Frankfort. Ky.. Apr II 17. Frnlik wnshlngton. April 20. An Inter.
Cecil, who has been away from Ken- ostlng nccount of tho action taken by
tucky since his Indictment last year certaln of tho forelirn nowera In ii.p
as accessory to tho murder of Gover- w)'"n 01 ln I0"gn powers In the
nor Goebel. and who recently surren- mallcr of claims against Guatcmnla Is
dered, gnvo spmo senBntlonal tCBtl-Rven In a communication written by
mony In tho trial of James Howard to- James ti. Ilallcy, Charge for the
day. Cecil corroborated Culton, unneu states at nuatemnla City,
Broughton, Golden nnd others ns to I which nppcaM In tho- forthcoming
mo nncircii cansnirncv. nn ninn sniii "iiiiuu 111 rorcicn noiniinnn nr in..
that Caleb Powers, then Secretary of United 8tntes." Mr. Bailey says:
State, told him that a man had been "Very reliable Information dlsrlos
sccurod to como hero from tho moun- os tho fact that rolloctlvo coercive
tains to kill Goebel. If this mnn fall- pressuro was resorted to by tho ro-
ed to arrivo Powers told him, ho (Co- sprclivo diplomatic representatives
til) would bo paid $2600 If ho would "v" i-nginno, Krnnco, Germany
flro tho shot. Cecil Bnyi ho declined. urd Belgium In order to bring nhoul
Governor W. S. Taylor, ho testified. n payment of tholr claims. It np-
caneu mm into nis pnvato omco nnu !'-" mm. wiey nnu, no a bony, notl-
told him tho samo thing. Governor n,d this covornmont (Guatemala)
Taylor said ho had saved $2500 from "'at, If arrangements were not mnde
his campaign fund, nnd thnt ho would to satisfy their respective creditors
pay immediately. Governor Taylor u" " spccinc date, a man-of-war would
niso mentioned Youtscy to tho wit- lnKn possession or tho Port of Ounto-
ncss. nnu rererred witness to film. mum.
Contraband Chinese Captured. Machinists Strike In Navy Vard.
Senttlo, April 18. Tho capture of Now York, April 20. Following the
1 Luiiiiuuiiiiu viiiuunu uiltl n Wllliu I ntlnmnl. nt i.. tr. i.... . .
man. alleged to havo smuggled them H n X,J 7, ,"""""""" nn"
ln-a sloop, was effected this morning 1 '"''Keworkors Union to tlo up work
by three customs officials near the on tho crnno for tho bnttlc-shln Con'
coal-bunkers, Harry Thomas, tho noctlcut nt tho Brooklyn Navy Yard
white mnn Is In tlm rnnntv lull nwnlf. 10. Ulllon mncll nlstn ln thn mnl n nnur.
Ing a hearing, wliJch wll tako place J houso nt tho navy yard, employes
tomorrow. Another man, alleged to " ",u w nncy i;ngino uompany, nf
bo tho owner of tho sloop. Jumped OJilncy, 111., havo gono on strike. The
irom tno boat and although three "" wont in compliance with or
shots wero fired at him. ho esenned un. ers from tho National MnchlnlHlK'
dor tho wharf. Tho Chinese, with the Union. Tho strlko is purely In sym
exception of one, woro ordered deport-1 Ptthy with a strlko nowln progress
eu mis morning uy united states "'u ougmo company In
i;ommiBsioncr ivieror. 1 '"";.
RAINS CHUCK FARM WORK.
Winter Wheat Looks Vell-l'rot Nip.
I'rult In California.
Washington, April HI. Tho Wonthor
nurenii Issued Iho following weekly,
summary of crop ciindltloiiH:
lu tho districts: enst of Iho llrtrky
Mountains during tlm week ending
April 13, tho tempmiituro luw boon
highly fnvornbln for growing vegeta
tion, but fnrni work was very giiueiitl
ly retnnleil by ruins In thn Lntui re
gion, central vnlleyB nnd Atlantic const
districts, while cumplnlnlH of luck of
inolstuio nro rocolveil fiom pnrtlomi
of tho Central nnd West Gulf slntiw,
lu tho Central nnd Northern Itocky
Mountain districts and on thu North
urn l'aellle coast the nenniiu In
very liaekwaiil, anil Washington ami
Oregon hnvo siirfercd from cold, wet
weather. In California the coiidltliiiiH
have boon generally favorable, with thn
exception of some damage by frostn.
Tho condition of winter whout In
generally excellent, ami It ban mailn
splendid progress hIiich the Hint of Ihn
month, lu tho Upper Ohio Vnlloy,
however, tho ficezo of the lib and nth
caused somo Injury. On tho wholii
the conditions of the crop In thn winter
whent belt east of the Hoekli's Is moro
promising than fur yiMrs In Califor
nia Iho uutlook Ih also promising, hut
lu Oregon and Washington the ciinill
IIoiih of the ciop urn Ichh fnvornblo,
espcelnlly In thn last named Htato,
where nliout one third uf the nciciigo
will be rosown.
Hprlng wheat soedlnK Is noarly com
pleted In lown nnd NohrnHhn, anil In
progressing well In South Dakota;
none tins yet been sown III North Da
kota nml In Northern Mllincsola, hut
In Southern Minnesota somo has been
sown on rolling lands. Ily tho close of
March which was 11 very mild month,
all fruits worn unusually far ndvnnced.
The reports now Indicate that many
varieties of fruit havo siirTeieil severe
ly for tho month, pnrtlrtilary tho
In California, while somo damago
lias been done by front, the outlook
Is favorable: on tho North rarino
Const thn season In ho tmrkward'thiit
fruit has not been exposed to Injury.
TWO Kll.l.lil) IIY TORNADO.
Storm Sweeps Over Remote Part of Ala
bama With Deadly llflcct.
Birmingham, Ala.. April 111 A spe
cial to tho Age-Hornld from Kvorgrcen,
Nows has Just reached hero by tele-
phono confirming rumors of heavy loan
of life nnd property In tho neighbor
hood ot Pctcrmnn nnd Burnt Corn,
wrought by tho tornado which passed
near thoro yestorday. Ton personn aro
known to hnvo been killed, numernim
barna and residences nnd outhouse
wcro swept nwny, entailing n lo
which will reach high In the thousands.
On nccount of tho bad condition ot tho
wires communication Is dlftlrult.
11. P. Salter and his mother nml
child wero riding along a road ami
wero opposlto n clump of trees when
tho Btoi-m overtook them A heavy
tree thnt wan uprooted by tho wind fell
ncross tho wngon, crushing all of tho
occupants to donth. Several residenc
es wore demolished, tho limber falling
on thu occupants, killing or Injuring
all within tho buildings.
It will probably bo several dnvu tin.
foro n correct list of thu casualties
can bo obtained, nn thero Is neither
cli-grnph nor railroad connection. Tho-
heavy rains hnvo rendered tho rondn
almost Impassable. I'eterman la In
Monroe county, nnd Is not within 25
mllo of a rnllrond or telegraph station.
All tho news so far received lin
como over tho telephone lines which
nro several miles from the path of tho-storm.
WINDSLCKI'D CRHl'K DRY.
estimate of New Shamrock. To Permit' Public Ownership,
ionnon, April jb. Humming up tno Hpnngnohi, in., April 20 The
results of the trials between tho Houso commlttco on munlclnnl enr.
Shamrocks, tho Yachting World cstl- norntlons hnn nrrp.i ,,nnn . .ni ...
mates thnt thp challengor Is nt least thorlzlnir nvnrv pii. in 11,0 .... ..
15 minutes faster ovor a 30-mlle l"or,z,nK ovory c"y In tho state 'to
course than Shamrock I nnd. tnklnir a ow"- construct, purchaso. mortgage
line through .tho Shamrock HI, tho pa- and leaso street railways, To provide
per concludes that tho Shamrock III 'or leasing not longer than 20 years to
Is 10 minutes better than tho Colum- any company Incorporated under the
ma was two years ago. Tho Yachts- general corporation net or Illinois, but
mnn expresses tho opinion that tho no city can do anything toward the
ftellanco must boat Columbia nt least construction of n railway without Mm
12 minutes beyond her tlmo allowance sanction of three-fifths of tho oloct-
in oruor to successfully compete with
me bnamrocK 111,
Freak of Tornado That Vlallrd Illinois-
Score of People Injured.
Springfield. III.. Anrll in. Om.
death, n fatal Injury and n storo or
more of Injuries resulted from 11 tor
nado thnt swept Logan. Dcwett and
Plntl CnuntlcH this afternoon. Thn fa.
tnllty occurred on tho Hnlsadarsor
settlement, n farming community
hreo miles from Atwood PI flit f?niln.
ty. Tho homo of Clifford Hiilsndarser
was demolished, mid after thn
Ilalsailaraer's Infant son wns found
eud 300 feet from whom thn Iioiimiv
stood. His wITo wns hurlod ncross
tho street nnd fatally Injured.
Mrs. J. II. Martin's homo wns dn.
stroyed nnd soveral guosts woro pain
Hoc Creek, ln I-ogan County,
whero tho storm first struck, was
swept dry of wator. neports from
this district stnto that threo Iiouboh
wcro destroyed and n number of poo
plo moro or less Injured. Supervisor
Schnnneur's handsoma rcsldoiicu was
dostroyod. Tho family of several
children nnd a number of visitors, IS.
Ill all, Sought safety In Ihn eellnr nml
the houso wns torn from ovor them.
Tho homes of Samuel V. Baldwin
nnd Guh Knccht wuijo ilemvnvnii.
Mrs, Baldwin nnd two farm i,nn,i
took refugn In n smoknhouso in which
thoy woro hurled several hundred
icci nnu painfully injured.
Will Merge Lehigh Valley Line.
Philadelphia. April 17. Tho board
of directors of tho Lohlgh Vnlloy Unit,
road Company today authorized Pres.
Ident Thomas to proceed at onco with
tho consolidation of tho nlno ' lines
owned nnd controlled by tho com
pany In Now York and' Now Jersey.
This nctlon is to ho tnkon for tho pur
poso of concentration nnd economy In
manngemont nnd obviating tho neces
sity for scnarato boards of directors.
one company In each stato will man
age tho lines to bo merged.
Opium Smuggling In Montana.
Havro, Mont., April 18. Govern
ment officials bellovo they havo un
earthed tho first case of opium smug
gling brought to light on this section
of tbo border lino in many months.
John Tcgnn, employed in Harlem, 14
miles east of here, as a barber, is al
leged to havo been caught in tho act
f conveying 50 pounds of the drug to
menu in uroat Fans, it is said
smuggling has been tarried on In tho
icinity across tno Canadian I no for
ors. Bonds can bo Issued, or, In lieu
of them, certificates of Indebtedness,
Defect In the Halne,
Washington, April IS, Whllo deny
ing that tho battleship Maine has do-
voiopou mo slightest structural weak
noss, using the term structural In Its
technical sense, hleh omYliiU nt it,.
Navy Department nro not dlsposod to
minimize mo uorects in tho Mnlno as
reported by Captain Loutzo nnd othor
officers of tho vcssol. Tho report of
tho chief engineer rounrdlnir tlm tmii.
ors, it Is admitted, furnishes ground
for greater concern than tho mattor of
1110 gun lounuations.
Pay for Stolen (lold llor.
Salt Lnko City, Utnh, April 20. Tho
racino isxprcss uompany has made
good tho loss, of tho bar of gold 1 ijl.
llorr that was utolon from tho" com
pany nt Petrolt a fow weeks ago,
whllo being shinned from this cltvl to
thn SubtronsurV' nt Now York, Today
a local mining company .recclvod from
tho gonoral oHlces of tho oxpross com
pany In St, Louis a chock far x2.?.mn
which was tho valuo of tho bar. No
Lynch's Health railing.
New York, April 16. It In learned
that tho friends of Colonel Lynch, who.
Is undergoing n sentnnco of llfo Im
prisonment for hleh trennnn In nfrtln
and nhnttlng tho liner in ti.nl.
ngalnst Oront Britain, aro greatly con
cerned nbout his health In prison, en-
...o niu inuunos correspondent In
London. Lynch ban lout wniobt
WClI IIS Spirits, nnd hill frlnmlj
saying thnt his henlth Is falling rapid
ly, ami that ho may not llvo long
enough to ho pnrdoned by a special
act of graco by tho King nftor tho royal
visit to Ireland.
Aks Germany to Hxplaln.
Wnshlngton. April 10. Tho Stnto
Popartmont has asked tho Germnii
Govornmont for n statement of tho
facts connected with tho deportation
from tho Island of link to tho island
of Ponnto, nnothor of the Cn lollnrv
group, a numbor of native students ot
tho American Mlslonnry establishment
thero. Tho mnttur wns hmmriit in 11,7.
nltontlou of tho Stnto Department for.
iimny uy uov. ur. Judson Smith, sec
rotary of tho American iimii-,1 f,f mis
Hooding Horning Mine.
Sydnoy. N. a. W.. Anrii ir.
Through n slulco cut through a dam
pponlpg Into the old workings, wntor
Is now pouring Into tho burning coU
llory No, 1 of tho Dominion Coal Com.
pany, at tho rato of nearly 3,500,000
gallons an hour. Tho mlno Is flooded
UP to tho BOVOnth level, nnd thorn
uro lour moro levels to bo Hooded be
foro tho nre, Is reached.
m..t . ...,1.
trace of tho missing nold hn "he , 1 '.v.u,l'u1,n'ADn' ' 1
XOUQU 'lonfi nf wntAr