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COTTAGE GROVE . OREGON.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
Comprehensive Review of tho Import
CANADA AUXIN FUARS AMURICA.
Lett She ShoulJ (let Oreenl.nd, Domln- I
Ion Favor Hi Purchase.
Halifax, X. S., Oct. 27. Replying
to a reference made in tho Canadian
li mw of commons by Senator Pierce.
of New ltrnnswlck, to the possibility of
the I'rdted State obtaining ocoiwion
of Greenland to tho detriment of Can
adian intereeta, tho Halifax Chronicle,
COMMISSIONER SAROENT REPORTS
GREAT INCREASE IN ARRIVALS.
lint Happenings of the Past Week, the fowling newsimper supporter of Sir
. i - j i f I t . . . , .
Presented In Condensed Form, Molt
Likely to Prom Interesting.
Attorney Polk, of St. Louis, lias an
nounced his candidacy for governor.
An attachment lias been issued
against Dowie for f 1,060 on tho claim
of a lawyer.
Tho king of Spain lms abandoned his
trip to Homo because the pope will not
Tho robbers who looted the Burrton,
Kan., bank lmve lieen captured ami the
Tho Russo-Austrlan reform plan for
the Ilalkana contains several proposals
objectionable to the portc.
Sir Henry Mortimer, llriticlt anitas
ador at Madrid, has been appointed to
nil the vacant poet at Washington.
Falling rock in tho New York sub
way caught about a score of workmen.
At least 17 are believed to bo dead.
Senator Pulton favors dropping the
Panama canal route and taking up Nic
aragua with a view to expediting mat
ters. Tho converted transport Grant is
completed. She will test her pumps
on the bun t-raneleco bar and then
Wilfrid Iaturier lit Nova Scotia. advn-
fates the purchase of the Island by
Canada. The Chronicle saw:
"Unlee prompt action is taken we
no doubt shall awaken some dark
morning to Itml that onr neighbors
nave eneompacetl ns on the east, also,
ami that we liave another arbitration
to'faee, or at least, if we cannot secure.
Greenland by purchase, let us haw
some detlnite imierial pronouncement
with reference to it, analogous to the
,"'TIh- other halt of this continent is
by cltoiee ami right llritish. The
American government bought land on
onr northwest solely for the purpose of
annayinpu ami lessening tlie value of
ourj-ountry. Tliey are quite capable,
if unclieeked, of pursuing a similar )ol
icy in tin? east. Now is the time to
take action, or at least to speak out a
By Far the Largest Number Come Freu
Italy Commissioner Urt.es a Law
Whkh Will llreak Up the Celoales t
the City Which arc Mold to Breed
Anarchy and Lawlessness.
Washington, Uet. St). The siimul
report of Commissioner ticucml Prank
P. Sargent, of the bureau of immigra
tion, shows a large increase n( steerage
immigration over that of the preceding
year, the aggregate tor the Iteenl wr
oi u iv.ngN,,iM.,an exce. "'f, .Jmwals will ultimately W reeloted to
inai i hi i year oi w,v;i, or ac per
cent. The statistics show an Increase
HACK TO DOMAIN.
Oregon, Wsihtmton and Cslltornla With
drswsti Not Pernisnent.
Wii.1iIiiI.i,i. tk l. HI. The dlei'hev
nro of the oertlotis of the land
Otg in Oregiin, California and
i.u.i.ui hrlniM nut what snnears to
the true reason why temoriy with
drawal of vast areas "(or la re.
-i" have len matle In
these three stales on very slight shew
ing of Justification for withholding
such enormous tracts of vacant Unit
from entry. Chief lllffoid Pltwhot, uf
the bureau of forestry, as ell as other
otllclals, stale that only a minor patt
of the land now withdrawn will ever
bo converted Into forest teeerve. Ill
some case, procllticlly the entire with
POWDER TRAIN BLOWN UP.
of immigration from nil foreign sources,
suggesting ns the chief canst' of tho in
flux of aliens into the United States
during the year the inducement offered
settlers hero rather than any special
cause of discontent in their own coun
tries. Of the total steerage immigration
there came from Kurope 814,507; from
Asia, Sti.tUifl, ami from nil other
Explosion Is So Heavy That People are
New York, Oct. 27. Three freight
cars, one of them loaded with dyna
mite, broke awav from a freight train
on the Harlem river branch of the New-
York, New Haven A Hartford railroad.
There aiuer to liae been two
prime reasons fr withdrawing tlieee
Unds, and In many cases the more lin
portaut of the two was to place tlie
valuable vacant public ttiiiWrland be
yond the reach of "st-tlppers," specu
lators and land grabbers. The wily
way this could U done, while existing
laws continue in force, was by with-
course, lonanle cntrymen nae
suffer along with the land thtete.
As long as theee lands can be kept in
withdrawal, under pretense of riami-
train on a grade. The car with the
explosive in it was blown up. Kngln-
eer Thomas Corrigan was thrown off
his seat and for a few minutes was
slightly stunned. He regained his
presence of mind, liowever, and shut
on steam, bringing the train to a stop
come to tho Columbia bar for active an! .' remainder of tho
Both Russia and Japan are steadily
preparing for war.
William E. Lccky, of London, a
noted historian, Is dead. -
Nicaragua has appointed a commis
sion for the St. Louis 1904 fair.
Captain E. M. Johnson, of the regu
lar army, will likely be detailed to In
struct tho Oregon national guard.
Dowie has left New York. He and
his family departed in the night for
Boston without making any announce
ment of his leaving.
Land frauds will prompt President
Roosevelt to ask congress to give con
trol of reserves into the hands of the
forestry bureau exclusively.
It is said that Sir Henry Duraod.
British ambassador at Madrid, will be
appointed to succeed the late Sir Mich
ael Herbert at Washington.
A New York street car jumped the
track on a curve and caught fire from
the third rail. All of the 60 passeng
ers were severely bruised but escaped
Tlie greatest uumler of iiulmgrants,
SSO.OS.', came from Italy, an increase
of 52.247 over last year; Austro-Ilun-gary
furnished SOil.Oll, an inert of
34,022; Russia, 13l,0U3. an increase of
23,740; Germany, 40.0S6, an increase
of 11,708; Sweden, 4H.023, an increase
of 13,134; Ireland, 35,310, an increase
sunered damage from the exidosion. A
woman who was thrown from her bed
is believed to be tlie only person who
was-injured. A ilceman who was
crossing tlie tracks a mile from tho
scene was knocked down by the con
cussion. Tlie three detached cars ami
tlie rear car of tlie main portion of the
train were destroyed. ithin half a
in lie oi lite itayctiester station not a
pane of glass remained intact.
In Westchester village almost a panic
reigned. Men rushed to the oetotHce,
armed with clubs and guns, believing
tliat burglars had blown oin the safe.
Two lioathouses on Long Island sound,
half a mile away from the scene of the
explosion, were wrecked.
sources 12,573. If to these tlcure are , i ..
added to those representing the total " "'"'" - ".
arivnls of alien cabin passengers, 4.-
M0, the result will show that the total
immigration of aliens to the Putted
States during the year aggregated Hl,.
3t.t ,M- lfX 1111 .1... -
number heretofore retH.rtl for ,.nr . : n11"" determine their desirability
4 it - . .. , .... . ...ii,
lur lorvsi nwnw, so long mi iw
public tluitier U protected.
In the meantime, the interior iW
partment, with the full sanction and
approval of the administration, is pre
paring to put in a hard winter's work
is the repeal of the timber ami stone
act, the tlesert land law, ami commu
tation clause of the homestead act,
Imt more than all rise, the repeal of
the forest reserve hen laml law, which
Is responsible for many of the frau.ls
that have Uen perpvtratel by the laml
HAPPI3NIN0S HERE IN OREGON
I'UUNW IN WHIR UIHUSI).
MIMMIV IN IIARMIV VAtl.llV.
Whliller's I'ady lnesllstln( I'reimitd
lUiwy The Held rty of llm (fix.
loglinl sntvey In Outrun, umler lite ill-
ItevtWnoi John T WhUtWr, ill.lt lit
AmKlsthia llwUs l'W I'P two
S,em imlhiee il mwviuliily
uwtall In the urtiiw mstksl. The
(r portion oi lit 'n x'englii'sr, i-mKlstlim of M l. WIIIUmm
clnib- has le harvioted ami by h Wal PieiUrtrk C. UiiWr, Is ruftllsmln
mliWIe of the week all the Uv' dlop.l of t.nrapliy of Inl-
' ,, , , ,lf u-uh, ilt el'U UmU In Harney wlley, Home
tl, hill country soMlh of w . , sj. ,(f J ,,a ,aWy Hss.ll,
have thlr l ''""l,.! Mslheiir UV hae nw h-i Nivetvl.
Iw len lan aiwl lh ilallly Is "nt , t u lmall that the nutk ran U
i.unplelol hi' IVewnil-er I.
Anulher rteH art', euettUtlnc t
llsilwil l Newell ami l!iul I.
ISitls, is Invtsetlgatlnat an athllllunal
rewrvolr IW on lower Itully rrevlt awl
class. The pttttwi ate ik n in sri
of eJcellent Uavor ami of unusually
good teMute. The dried (mil this
vear shows o "hloalcM" nK'h sie
fmiiHl seta Th ""V on.i Mef Willow et Hie Wtl-
Nearly every house in Itaychester of 0.072, and Knglaml, 23,210, an In
MORE TROOPS FOR NANDIIURIA.
Russo-Japanese negotiations have
taken a less favorable turn. One re
port goes so far ta to say war has been
Russia Is DulMIng Additional Barracks
at the Port of Dalny.
Berlin, Oct. 27. An American who
crease of 12H.44. Of the Oriental
countries, Japan was foremost, with
10,008, an increase of S.OOS; while
China contributed 2,200, an increase
of 560 over last year.
Of the total number of steerago
aliens, 613,148 were males and 24U,
000 were females, uf whom 102,431
were lees than 14 years of age. There
were of theee 3.SI1 who could read.
but could not write, ami 185,007 who
could neither read nor write, Iraring a
remainder Imth unable to read and
write of 0flS,038. The total amonnt
of money brought by them into tho
Unlte.1 Mates was 110,17,7673.
Exclusive of those denied admission
at the land boundaries of the United
States H,.sw alien immigrants were re- according to reports received in Itutte
of rejection, being nearly double th.ee Mdu""'t P".
of the nreccdimr vear. Of this S.R19 tni'eile is on to the new field. Mile
turned l ltl than wa4el,',''
1 1.. .m.uum Iiate HolhlM now to
,iv 1 - -
trouble them but sellliig tlw efot".
It Is estimated that the Oregon crop.
Including that of CUik cuunly. Wash.
Ii.l.i.ui will smount to abotil l.ow,
carloads. Of this ijwantlty prowwy a
linU hum than iwlhlhl liaa !
.0.1 i i.tlir ranflng Itom I t" IS
cents for tl 40 to W lo the pnwml sle.
The mIm at the higher price Were
Miails earls- ami iwently 4 rent for 40,
or il.Hnt basis, has tuevalled. !
er prices have U-n made by a number
ol ilealers. A lime leaa inan wte
thlrtl of the entire crop will te
throutrh the hamli ol the YUllmelt
Valley Prune aem-lallon. the Pmi-ltta
Vallev a.vlalin ami tlie CUrk I own-
lr association ami inKlvhiMai iiraisit
who are at tireeenl holdlat for a tH
rent bais irice. It Is estimatnl lht
mote than a thlril ! the crop l
In an cllorl Insecure Uohl nd n the hamls of Mis groosrs
laml legislation, such who are not klenlltVI llhHUtl.ms
ami who are looking for a client to tell
at the bvet price they can get
low crreli rteorvoir IU Is Iwlm tMdtel
wlthattew u swvtulnlng the pMl
blllly cotellnfl reiUIn lamle utt the
eeat stile of upper vv 1 1 low rrvelelhX
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irralii fur s,,,.
IIUlM'll IP..I I... It'
dutlng a In..
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lit Iambi i. a.
tW tt ,r .
th ship's .11.
erew sml .,!,
ansl when U.i .
the f. will, ,,
rlie rapu,., ,
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ft I ,
The wutk un tlsa l'MtlU Mujeisl nhMHl. eui.
. While el-icapeiir
Il, C.I.MMM tti TIlilMIAJ II
ami a parly uf l.air MUlatils. Alter a " Is" i., u,.
full etaniinallun ttf th rw-irrnlr silo, 'Phem u ,,. n
the canal line to I'nwtilla llwf will i " l n
be taken up, Uofirsphk work Mug prj,.
carrlnlo n at the same time that ties l .i ;
A rplvstatlt l--ly of rlllMW of,"" pt.i, i.
t'nlnn eiainly, U prm'snleil U ihe I r m..i
chief engineer M the United Stales nlhta and u., , ,
hlral snrtey a etalvtnenl uf tlw eemnns ml.
ietlng rundltloeie In thai roitnty , aecowt. I ( Ihr . Jk
paalstl with a rnjueet lhal Ihiw4Iii-I M "wning
tlune ami surfers U wade ol rwitalH I ii u.,, .
reeervulr .lira and of the p. Udllllss I ofe iW ll.r 1 , .
et tetelnilng an nmleivniund r IHHlan4 ran u ,
supply by HirarH of arleeUn welW. ritl.!
The ptlu.i aaaerte that Pnkm eon-1 Then U .
ty rnntalna niiit iKen liM.tMMI sersM ftH nnwiiu,
feltlle IrrlgabU- lend, and that the p. naWhee i..l ,.
t water MlMdy drutng llee tw MelfceHy .1,,,..
Mentha ul low water sunVee Ut Intalla ''y
only atuul 1.000 khsi. UM( lhe win.) .
warn, Miwrv u,r,
1 1 .
I IMD OF I'MOMOLITH.
LCDQUS DLAZ0 WITH GOLD.
Remarkable Rtchncu ol the New rind
en Owl Creek.
Butte, Mont., Oct. 24. Almost fab
ulous Amis of gold ore rivaling the
Klondike discoveries have lieen math
on Owl creek, near Hamilton, Mont.,
were paupers; 1,773 wcrealllictod with
disease; l,0,sfl were contract laborers.
The commissioner refers to the grave
lias been porno months at Dalny, the (danger In this country found In the
Yellow fever is spreading in Texas
tics have taken charge of the situation
at San Antonio.
Three bandits broke open the bank
safe at Burrton, Kan., and secured be
tween $1,000 and 12.000 in currency
beaiuea several eacts ol coin.
Russian seaport, on the Liao Tung pen
insular, arrived in Berlin. He in.
formal the corres)ondent of tho Asto-
apparemiy are arranging to stay in
.Manchuria permanently. Russia had
200,000 troops in the province, and
Romney, mayor of Hamilton, ami one
of the well known 1 1 tors of tlie state,
has returned after standing several
weeks at the scene of the discovery ,aml
his account of gold finds sounds like a
Ten massive ledges excised mi the
mountain side fairly blaie in many
coloniiation of alien communities In
our great cities. "Such colonies," he
savs. "are a numar.. In fl,.. vtlx-ull
towns. Tho state and federal author!- cfotad Press tliat the Russian troops social, moral and political security of
the country." Removed from tb
sweat shoos and nlnm .if il,a
cities ami iriven the ntumrlnnltt.
spots from the glint of shlnimr cold
, it . ' . I . . - "II 'J -w, ..... " "
uarracks are being erected at lJalny for acquire a heme, every olien, however particles, darxllng tlieeye. A lowering
two additional regiments. Russia is radical his theories of government and cliff overhangs the leads ami a lance
also strengthening her position on the individual rights may have been, he ti. i-i i--i . , , .
west bank of the Yalu river. Janan will become a fonwrvfttivf. Riinnnrl.p In I
Six Wisconsin desperadoes stole an (continues her policy of settline Coreo. I theorv and nracti of tl ln.m.,.lom sloughed from the height. Thes
engine near Beloit and when discover-1 She is acquiring large tracts of laml, I Hons under whose benign protection he c'"'nks of gold hnlen rock, Rmnney
ed shouted defiance. All traffic was and is building villages having wholly has acnuiredand can defend his i.nn..i declare. r,n,... f,, tt, .i. ,.( . i...i
-.1 . .1 n.t !-- I t-.. 1 .1 -I,.,, , - - "-I v. mn-i
uxx uvuu, ui tun niiu engine. 1 uuuiiuieifuinjii. 1 110111 goous. InUt to
,i,iui iimuh ui mo curresponueni
aiso miu ue uiu not believe war was
impending, "since Russia fs satisfied to
Large tloJy el Rlsitos LKitiJ ulh
of tukir City.
llaker City A large Ul; of pttofto-
lite, said to bo a rich in told a that
found in Cripple Creek, Colo., has W
discovered on Camp creek, U
in I led south of this clly. The dUeirtery
was nuule sonte time fi by J. II. (Ira
liaiu and J. W. Miller, rml they were
not certain that it a phonolile until
they sent sample lo Pnver ami to
Washington asd had assays HM.Ie by
the Uvl aiwayers. They have received
reports from all source confirming the
fact tliat it I phoewlite. Sample o
tlie ore range In value from 1 1 to M0
tier ton. rhonollte, ur rinetane, a it
Is called. Is said to eiist only In
lions where there are very rich goM
Tlie dim-ovrry has rati wd a great deal
of excitement here ami number of
prominent clllsens ami mining tiro
p tors will leave for the iww rod I Meld
at once. One specimen of ttt rwk
was plckel up on tlie grmitid near the
original dlecovrry Ut week rhkh
only welglieil a few lonnde, yet It
ylehtad the owner ISA In free. gold.
WAW.MIR SniTLIIUS WILL UIL
Witt Test V.MJIt; el IK.Ji liiuta le Ibe
ta htm Attorney John Hall, oi Poet.
lend, I preparing paper lor lb nan-
meewvtnent 4 a tall I Una If it lb"
settlers uf Warner valley, munly,
in their crmteel with the Warner ra.
ley stia-k rnmiainv When Mr Hall
was In .Xeletn a few .lay. itfti be aald
that a suit will be AM In UVe rounly
lo taet the validity of the dewei UMte
by the stale lot Use land which are In
The prtveellne he reins' ov have been
1 ' ri'
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IN ILt slIUloX
I'ft.Ulat CeMs CeeirtM Is Httt h
nmejii i of n.c
and ties repnl l.
Havwavs un lv r
esr rfHe-r.(fHv. IPFI VHlrO (M -aM I a ,
ccmdiictad in Ibe eeMt.1 Und olNre and J ' " 1
ike defsHment of tne) InleeW. The.
ileetalan In the detMtnHl wa adieree
ta the settler, who are haaaieli ades..
and claimed title from th Pulled
May Mete fibre ltory.
U (I ramie It la tmor.i bete tkat
lh main faetaf y of the 0 tenon line
Nmlss I'tbie romMnr. now Mwxtiiu
at flrsat'a I'aas, is tu be eaUblUbol at
xummerTllle, a small town a shoil dU
tanre iinm here. Altotner Tnrner Oil
take erf art. ai. I
"Wherra. Ii ,. i,
public tolerreu I II
thai the said m,
sperallv a ear It i
Ttte.fW.r. I. The.
nfvwldeftl ill Ibr I I.:'.
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l.o I . ;,. Vw
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Mi t ; u &,
'l-'U-l t u
I ' 'el t,t
it le hM.;
1 ' K-atur,
tea, by virtue .! .. p n ivj j,
m by Ihr run.aiit.ih j, ,1 , r.
rlalm ettddrtUtr i!.tniiirvc
Wlal raapilrra I' . . . r,t. if J u
bnUMM of m i . rrw , f m Tt 4
rttatae at Ibelr ir. Uv tl'l'- VI j
lb elly of Haalm ! i n tie Vi' a'
All the properties of the Amalga
mated company in Monatna have shut
down for an indefinite period. It is
estimated that nearly 20,000 men are
made idel. The cause is a fight in the
courts between that company ami a
rival over property. The court decid
ed against the Amalgamated company.
Tlie umpire in the Venezuelan arbi
tration case lias decided that that coun
try has no right to collect local taxes
China is said to have negotiated a
secret treaty with Russia by which the
latter is practically conceded Man
churia. By the president and his cabinet the
Alaskan boundary decision is regarded
as the greatest diplomatic success for a
PALL OVER STATU.
tMucster for Airman Coairei.
Nilem V. T. Harris, United Males
cnniinuHiuuer of education, ha written
Governor Chamberlain calling attention
to the international roagiKMand schoril
hygiene, which will hold a seaalun at
Miremberg, (lermany. April 4 to l.
Tl ... rv.. . nert. m.l- llu. .11 '. . . '"T"'. "w """ O.rtrernor
',, . ' .wonting ie - - vi uiiamN-rlaln apiwiint A dsleeate lo
one In1 iei tine tnn S it a I aBi-vlialei Sl ... 1 1. . .1 .
Swt.-to?.,,f ' Company J? J
OPES WAR AQAIN5T PRESIDENT.
masse as large as dwellln
houses. Knough gold ore ie in sight.
he says, to run a thousand atamtie a
ver of this city ha ennlrolllng o4 NmemUr twit l IJ ... t as
ninyt m uw pieni, anM II M MM tee
inietuM lo Ming tne Inel luliou ha..
n nrury will have a rapacity o f.
avu mwii o nor fee oav II it.,
underetamling I rarrled out lufienlul
y. it may mean the eetabliahmenl nf
mailree sctoty in this city.
W. D. Gross, a Denver mining ex-
Colombian Senate Refuses to Adjourn to
Panama, Columbia, Oct. 27 Al.
though the government doos not allow
pumps, in the big mines have suspend
Tim I ..... I n i .. I c : . I . ...
, , . . ,, i ..w....4. MiiMivu umviuis ore reii
II- uTlT0!?. .1" nir'8 ST?"? crnt " lo "pressing an opinion as to
r, '7 V. .V . vuiuui.iio, M,,e probable length of the suspension.
IT, ' l"hl I?.nt" " ? of-lxoreiRhl'mon'th,'.
.e .. - I e,eewe,wiijej II 111 ID 1JV ItVlIlintT tTlIa
capital cay the senate has declared hns of the state to !,av ,i.
every inuication tonight the Amalga-lpoists on Uwl creek on Aui-ust 1
mate.1 Copper company is preparing Conservative estimates of tho value of
.w. rimttunii un rverai oi ineiHiA
, A , . " " iitr iu ui ui ureiBiii mom
Importance are happening at Bogota, duration and porhaj a greater per ,
A cablegram received here from the An effort will bo made by leading c
capital says the senate has declared ln nf tl, .(i,. i i..... ..."
open war against President 3IarroquIn, court advance the hearing on the Hp-
refusing to adjourn. peal from Judge Clancy's decision in
ine nouse ot representatives sides I th n rn fcn In 4 1 in lir.u. ll.nl ........... t -
ore place the figures between 1 14
and 300 a ton, this calculation biclml.
Ing thousands of tons of ore lying mi
tho surface. Sections of the veins will
run into the thousand of dollars'
worth of gold. Within the t let lit f attar
days over a hundred claims have been
staked out. Associated with Gross Is
Bonaior ijeorge tircen, of New York,
lil, ,. ..!.i,..4 . i. i-.t... . ''"'r iiihu reversal OI
i "-t uisisiB upon tne judgment by the tribunal will In-
They are nnw eneainal in lim,n,..i.
n adjournment behnr taken, a mnn.. I .i,, it... i:... J. . . V . v " "'," i ve '-'0 men at
ii.. ,.... i. i. . . , r , , " I ""iBi"aien coiiiiony to re-1 wora on inn proiierty.
ltowie'a meetings and when she Insist- ,imi, ".Vi .. .,: ' "T. J. .'"'K''-'"n among tne Anlal
d on aalrlntF n.,Hn. RIHI. r.. ' " "'r.ioIl un- gatnaUil peonlO Is r f 0 and
..w, I ,,, nf,.. It,. n I . J, I ..... 1 , I . . .
airs, uarrlo ivallon attended one
ed on asking questions
his guards eject her.
Canada is very bitter toward Eng
and over the result in tho Alaskan I
boundary case and relations may never
again be as friendly as formerly.
The transport Grant, converted to a
sea dredge, will be at tho mouth of the
Columbia early next month. The
name has been changed to Chinook to I
avoid confusion with the revenue cutter
Russo-Japanese negotiations are again
at a standstill.
Tlie sultan of Turkey has refused to
receive the Austro-Russlan note urtrlmz
reforms in the Balkans.
The estimate of tlie Puget sound navy
yard commandant has been cut from
$3,056,000 to 1340,000.
til after the elections shall have teen
held, In onler to prevent President
Marroquin from Imposing as his suc
cessor General Reyes, against whom
violent siieeches have been delivered in
loud In denouncing tho nresont stnM oi
affairs and declare that all business on
tho part of the company will remain ai
a standstill until tho Boston fc Mnn
tana receivership matter is settled
Troop on Qrand Review.
Fort Riloy, Kan.. Oct. 27. A crand
review of all the troops in camp was
held this morning. Tho sccno from
the hills above the flats was beautiful.
The masses of troops extended for fully
ora nines in extreme lengtn anil when
Keen Competition for Coal.
New York, Oct. 20 Reports of keen
comiwtltion for Welsh coal add to tlie
pesimistlc feeling hero over the situa
tion in the far east, says a Herald ills.
paicn irom London. The British ail-
mirulty has sought tocharterat Cardiff operations at once,
l, In.,,. n..l.o I 1 ., I .-.viia, wi UI V.
.....,.. .....,, ..., .nmiit .Biuiig uio a iieamer lor linmisliato l(din with
march rKst with bands playing, colors oral for Hong Kong, but failed to oh-
flying and the sparkle of polished steel, tain one and is of tho general opinion
the i spectators broke out into cnthusi- that the admiralty will not succeed In
OliMri filioo ru Trv 41ira n f .-..a. r. ai .l f..( " . '
" ouiaining an early vessel owing to th
nil fWlVft n llArnAn.lM. l. I , I f ..... .
Hakes War on Thugs.
fgOgden, Utah, Oct. 24. Five him-
uren citizens tonight attended a mass
meeting, which was culled fur tlie pur
pose of taking some action concerning
the numerous hold-up and rohlicriitt
in mis city recently. As a ren t
the meeting a vigilance committee, to
Ijo known as the Citizens' heaii-ue. was
formed, and over 100 men si ftlfwl ii rt.W
rendering them subjwt to call , tie
purjiow) of ridding tho city of simpici.
mis characters. Tho organization,
under .Mayor Olasmann. will l.i
ta the end llial l r na ( tj..r s?
ietarmlna. wlirllKT llmsur sil Jl!l
ctWetfeiae ahall la- g . n t- tMtM'.t
"All prrs ri.titi. I t 1.(11 Sri
Uire lite 5th . i '- tn i-.teM
111 take hutlrr . ll.il i ' . ill"
"Olreti omlrr n,v I ssl eels'
the t.'nltad XUtra st Wad ( "
Kith Uy "f mt.'trr ui 1 . ., (
laml, one lhuii. nine t.'inlmwi
three, ami l the tlri it ' ' ;t
t'nllaal duel tl"- ' HQ ll ' Up!
"By lies I'reei.lrlU J ha 111'. Ker
IMHO.NA.NT AT AMEIICA.
Raul Den'l Like Ik Oreslif i
Port of MuWia.
New York, Oct 22 -Tl.
are very Indignant with u it'"
Htatea Kfiveriimcnl f- r f tll:4
Irnetv fur oixitliiir Mnk litl t'tlw '
ineren nf the world. rl !r lb
This work is to he taken up soon alter 'h nwn If a reduction In iiiaiilaivr. rorreionih nt of the HerW
iinvernor t-i.amiierlaln's return from """hi l-e given If a fire alarm system 1 ' '" ",,N
Washington, and there Is considerable installed here, has rein ne.1 )! Z. iweniinwit will pr.'tc nd
local Intareat III the mmtinn wl..,. n...ll l,,..,i,i Ji.i. " ,T. that the ,iiilntf ,l lhllll(lrlrMVr:,,
Work Will la, ihiae Tl... 17" ""' " I w 1 1 1 .....i. 7.1..
vrhich the work I, talaVXI, d ta. V, " !rr. Tie. IWlA.l u nrm.'iier
a. . " - . imi e aj iiiii iinini IIIBI IIV N III I e ll
rompieto,! In flrsllals condition so per cent rulucttan lu.. t; onn L .11 T: Krel has tmbllshnl a slr mi'V '""
that it will Ui eikM ot all season, of thrown off .,r.l .i.JIL i.Z'"T artlela m this sllhlrct It dwW"
resent this state. If any resident nho
Is interested in the suhiect to lat ills.
cuneeil by the congress is going lo Or
many at that time. Governor Cham.
berlaln will be pleased to communicate
I"ee4 Is Shaft at llepeaer.
Heppner The ruonlrr la ih.ik..
ally sh.irt on feed at the itreaeoi iIm.
Hay I sold at from f I A to lift per Urn,
but a lU-IIhe la en-ri-l u ..i
huinlrrat tone have lawn mnlwil ...
by ha-atmeii. Home of tlw hay come
ia( aa irmfl IIIIV. VV .all lil u. ,
of It will U secure.1 from Cecil, on Ibe
roller oranen. Wheat I lawlNnlhg
Irt a.!.. I..., I al . a - -
. mioiii ihhmi wa nttui. Tlwi llM.tk.
Mf r warvlimiM roftittiv U nuJi..n LL,
a car dally ami will ship Urger
..,.,,.iu, wiien morn car
Convicts Will Work on Dun
Palem Under an act of the l.i l. reeureil.
islaturv the governor Is &nt)iArlut i.l
employ the convicts In the stain prison WouM Cut th. Insurance R.t.
... " ' - ' mi U'fittr nn Mm i.hI.ii. - . 1 . 1.1 e s ... .
ho with others represents a rm.Itnl nH.i" 7... . .. "'" 1 vi- "ramie I'lre, Chief J. II n,.,,.
150,000,000. 01 " 0 l""" taUldlng at Kalem. who ha. l-en to l'orllaml to ask liieiir'
t... n... ., 1. " . . . ' . ...
wan wiiiii Ki "t-immsira- Japanese ami ICusshin hhh nt. fr .11
tion in the construction
Albert E, Bell, the daring mailpouch
robber and forger, eluded his guards
and escaped after being taken from
Denver to Philadelphia.
Harrlman will not spend any more
money improving his railroads after
this year, but will cut down expenses
as much as possible
Dowio classes New York newspaper
men as "uirty aogs," some clergymen
Cost of Trip to the Pole.
Washington, Oct. 27. Lieutenant
Rolwrt E. Peary, United, States navy,
tho Arctic explorer, in an uddress be-
foro tho national geological society of
this city, discui-w.il plans for his next
expedition to tlie north pole. Lieuten
ant Peary pleaded for Immediate financ
ing ol tho expedition from private
sources. lie urged tliat an expedition.
early steamers. Those already fiavi
bccncnaricrci by Japan.
Monroe Doctrine Is Feared.
Paris, Oct. 20. Senor Posadox, the
Colombian consul here, is the only gov
crnment official of Colombia in Purls.
He. said that ho doubted the reports
uiui vyuioiiiiiiu inicniiva to abrogate tho
French Panama canal concession and
added he was convinced that if such
action were taken Franco would apply
pressure to compel u recognition of the
Won't Walt on America.
Panama. Oct. 21
the isthmus tliut congrewi has agreed
to adjourn on November 14 notwlth.
Htanding the wish of many congress.
tlien tinulnr.m. ..If....- ...
r V . 1 ""i""" i"ijouniiii.iu until a
ncvision 011 trio canal mutter c
r..n,.l....l 1.. ll... , 1
...... 1, -.1 ,i, mi, niiit'ricau congress
Opposition to tho plans of President
Marrrxjuin ta'comra plainer every day
Bogota nuwspaperti contain the polltll
oil platform of Joaouln Vclez n prwi.
dcntlul camlldiite, who has 1,.,,
""""i y many iiiciiiUth of
Parmers Are Seeding WbesL
Pendloton-Wheat sewling l at lis
height In this ortion of the III110
m.miiinin district. Nearly nil fall
whct will have tcn planll In two
nine, not in yrars has such
excellent weather prevail.! during tho
-ii K in. in gronnd Is in
fine condition. Thero has Ufn some
ruin, hut only sufficient to give the
Komi 11 guf.i man. , tj0 ,am, ,11,.
trict some ol tho farmers ro tdantlng
IIHI firvflial nae lMai n
iiMHinn iwii III l f Tm iwi .... .. . . 1 . -
per year. The new .v.i.m a..1.1 the Irmly is pr" lci m w-
about 1 1,500. ' lv nature of the Hlrv i.f tM t"r
MV-ei ititti lllfl ll'l It J 1 ' I
Slate School Funds Put at Intersil.
Ralcm Tho surplus schonl fnTTnTT:
an I .SVnao",,r!,ft""rr' w,'r0 '""ilnlslKNl hy
n, L- ?82'7.00 ""I wk when tho stnlo lnJ
board opprovwl (io applications for
loans nggniMtintr thai , m .
loans nro secured bv mnrfan I ....1
oitaUi nf thrro times the yafuo of tho
....... . uiuuuy urawo u tier cent In
tercat and tho prfcceds go Into thu .ttn
school fund which Isdlstrllmiell a,!'"
me couiiiius each year.
claree, Infringe Hut nghti "
fiHUHlinl mi her ronlrnrli.i
.Mnnnhllrlaii rullunk- mill lilt C'lK"''
by China In lluslaa id the de f.jtri-
rial exploitation of Mmirliuui.
Tho jury In the Miller-Johns postal
fraud case was unablo to agreo and was
Aberdeen citizens will at once rebuild
tholr burned town In a much more sub
Roosevelt has ordered withdrawals of
Und along Aalsksn streams with the
Idea of establishing salmon hatcheries.
The Dowleite meetings in New York
am greatly disturbed by the curious.
'Elijah II" scores them collectively!
Immigrants Appeal to Waiblngton.
Philadelphia. Oct. 04 a 1.
gainst deportation were sent to Wash-
,iian,..i . loingiii ny trio welsh miner.
tho only expensive Item bslng a power- take any action infringing tho principle "ulalni!,i hero by thu linml-
ml ship. of that doctrino. 4 " Kration coimiilsslouors ns vlolatorn of
as Wa dogs," Is general In his abuso which, in Ids opinion, in all probahlll- company's rights. This might Jnrolvo
and Is hissed hy thoso attending the ty vvoiil.J K-curo tho pole can I fittwl the Monrr doctrino, ho said, hut no f
meetings. out for two years ut 11 cost of f 150,000, country In Europe was now disposed to 1
Anarchist Will be Deported.
New York, Oct. 27 John Turner.
tho Englishman who, while delivering!
an address, was arrested last night bvl
omccrs 01 tno immigration bureau, tho I
arrest being mado under that section of I
tlie immigration law empowering tho I
secretary of commerct ami labor to ap
prehend aim ucpori anarchists, was
Increase In War estimates.
Washington, Oct. 20 Tho ostl mats.
lor the war department for tho fiscal
year ending Juno 30, 1005, show a ndt
IncreaBo over tho estimates of tho nre.
..I .. , a . ...... ... .
viuun yuur oi unout siiiu.uuu. tins in.
eluding about $10,000,000 for river
ana nnrbor improvements for which to
Pflllmillea Ivor. tt..l.,lln.l . .
given a hearing Ixjforoasilallward The estimates or tho military cifsb-'
of inquiry at Ellis island today He lishment, which Includes tho pay,
was ordered excluded, and will bo do
equipment and supplies for
is about 178,000,000.
Sugar Dest Pulp lot Food.
U (Irande TI10 farmers of H,. ,jig.
tr et uso the pulp tu.m tl.o sugar C'
alter they have passwl the, ,,r,,. ,!
tho sinrar fiielJ J.,.1. M.1
the contract lalw law on their way to Jar "'""l-cr of sheep will bo hrmiala
work at K Iswort 1. Pa. A .1, i,..f iJto yards near tl.n ,. J. ... 1 r ...8."1
ATtHti i... .1 ...: .1 ' " 11. n " "J "" win tm
It , iiviii injiuru llie UOIlr llXOd I u" 1110 prrnllICO Is ftnnn
for their until,,,. n . 1 flnmn nl M. . 1 . . Kn
h 1'uui.ii vvousui 1'ovv-
ell and the Welsh society of Plilladcl
phla are taking an Interest In the men
and are trying to stop tl10 dcporttulo,,,
Wheat Walla Walls, 74c:
tarn, 78c valley, 7077.
Flour Vall.v 11 ?,) . .
reii hard wheal tfa.l.sl.1. tti ftr i aa I Itl'dlllllL III tllV (lin V nrnsrs ol unW-
hard wi,, .a 7 . . . ! o A XV . Mil, Vn i 1 1 J , ;:Ti lbs cdr M
h.m a., "!. v".oyj . Hm- " AUtma
Miiiui;i,i,ii' Ufllfllaa laliaal sr l aVIIISS ULS.III1I n lin I IIS. I'll nil" .
(84: no whaal .i so llerrmai... I. ,1,1 II... rnlinfll th '
.. ' . . I.I.... I -H.....I anil"
"ate no, I white 11 in .... a i I """iiiiira iini-siigaiinn s--:- ,,
Ctl.flO per rinui. ' 1 1,0 n,,1 ,0 w.milli git
MlllslllfTs ltran n i... ..u
Jll - T ,'V, Killl m ir,
- ' liaai, flu,
llav TI.tAl... a, a . .
' ,""".'"' I1' siovcr
vu, grain, f luj cheat, f 10,
Hollar ... .........
' r , f iiierr, xouixrc
lRtftin ' y' iuW30i store,
ChMso Full cream, twins,
oung Anionra, 1601 ICo! fscb
prices, KBIXc less. ' 1
u a ' . ... . i ,i... leniio Ol
"lur vnicKens, m xeil, lOfllOW. '"'" l'ur iiltbl
namnim.t in.'. I i.,n.ll..l .l,..b ..I I ,n eiiMIIUinV.
ixnem. ... 1. . ' "anya, lire, ...,,. ii,.i. fi Warner, w?'
On:t to D UnisriMi
Chicago. Oct. 22. An spp roprlfM
Of IS.tlim Wd votnl hv the WUDCll
1.-. 1 1. a-firlt si"
ion linn pi 1110 lliour 1 , , 1 I
Ho said thu commlllw Huntid ta
lllln urnvii iil.llHe III in inlnliw"
iiiiiIIkmIs as well as specllU) chuv"
iiilsconditrt. Thu appropriation
yoll promptly, 1
Rio (trends I'sys Wih".
tiii,.,.r ni ' Tho nntiusi '"'.
He: l"K of tho stockholders of Uiu IVn
ctory (Irande railroad compnny '"JU
" 1 .. 1.1. ...... renrMS
ncro iixiuy, 111 wiin n .. i --i- .
Homo of tho farmers aru buying
hauling t to their ... "."
enflta. Ti 1. ... .1" ir ineir
' ..1, 11111L11 f limine ii,... 1
n.,fCr!,l Bvenue Receipts Dccresse.
Washington. Oct. 21. The mm.n.i..
report of tho collections nf ini.,i .'
cniic show. 1 that for the month of Hep.
110 S ?3' tolal rca',,t,, w
-111 a ' 1 '. " ,Ucrfa compared
with Beplenibcr, 1002. of 1177.12s.
Cold Storage Plant Site,
I emlloton A deed to Messrs fl,.i..
.."i'q inoai com
ejlnshleratlon was ij sw. "t V,,. '8
tm u erectl.g a c.ld ,i.,sa hi.rTr
... ' Clllll Oil ol I ,1111
Jucks, fl7 per d.'zsn j geese, "7OIO who t!r frjiin .o l
KggsOrcKon ranch QlUn.ir. , loasoii uf Impaired hwillli. '"
fresh? Mft, " 21ii' ,J,,tern' '"".Ings of tho year were I17.WW
P6Uocs-Orclfon.flo7on w. t,,u ,Uit
'otatoes Oregon. 05(S711o
weet potatoes, 2f2ke. 1
Hops 1003 crop, 10Ol2e per pound.
accord nu In m...!!!.. ' 1 """"l
Wool Vallev. 17lHi V..i.,.-n..
gon, 12aj6o mohair, 360J7ic. '
neei uressed, 8(870 per pound.
VafttQi.Mll a a . . . . .
.I , ' ' ""I "r( ) uau
a" reused, flc.
Unable to lllow Open Vault.
Llnool... Nch Oct, 22-"T,.
1 1 .. . i I. ..I llI,lnlfflnH"
IMUW OIICII till) Pima ," , , t
Noh near hero, nt nn early ho"'
nay, coiiipioieiy imii" -I
mid shuttering tho vault, l!u""'Z
day. f-niiinlutcly wrecking Hi? vu".,t.
mid shutlerlng tho vbihi, ' " ttj,j
ilontiy frlginonoii ny .- ..
could securo thu uioiioy, ,.V'"iutii
1 urn nnn ii,l wllnui".
V.'ll I..III. l ,U.V"I
6(98X'oi Utnki. moro work It would hnvo !. ,
-1 .... . . . ,inM. .
securo tho ontuo aniouuv
pork Droned, 7Xic,
pursuing tno robbers.