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Bohemia Nugjet Pob. Co.
ClIICAQO TIH3A1ERS CLOSED.
COTTAGH GROVH.... OREGON.
EVENTS OF THE DAY
Mor Order All to Lock Up Until law
li Complied With.
Chicago, Jan. 6. Tonight every
thenter In tha city ot Chicago la dark,
and its doors nro locked. Not 0110 ot
them will bo own to tlio public until
their manager have complied in tlio
illicit manner with every section ot tlio
ordinances regulating playhouses.
iho orvlcr compelling tlio tlicAtcrs to I
HAPPENINGS HERE IN OREGON
I IS VICNTS OF Til IC Y KAK
ComDrchenslve Review of the Import
nt lUBPtnlnes of the Past Week:
Presented In Condensed Form, Most close was Issued tills nttcrnoon by May
Likely to prove inicrcsung;,
Tlio Itrltlsh masses
soul with Japan.
KDCUKD IS COMl'LUTU.
Governor riles Lest ot Acts Passed by
Salem Governor Chamberlain has
filed the last ot the nets passed by tlio
or Ilnrrison, alter n conference with Mast legislature, and tlio record ot that
Corporation Counsel Tolman, who as- body at Its special session is complete
.. .-,1 snrvu the ninyor that amnio leeal uniy ten ol the bills seem to tiaveenec
niv mm. I ... . " al-. I . .. .
uruunu exisicu tor ins action, I ntw .m.'r:um;y nnunit a uumuer 01
Kovniitawm (liivilora i,.t miiMtin.. I nthora havit omflfiwtift rl&nin whlili
rrlncess Mathildc, one of tho last ol wcre closed lest nleht. and the uwn. nierclT declare that an emerevner ex
the Napoleons, is dead. ng order of tho mayor today shut tho lets, but under the loforonduru amend
in,. w..i.iti l.lnol mill com. doors of 10 more. Theso hist are the ment it is necessary that in order to put
bine expects largo profits during the leading theaters In tho business section n act into effect at once tlio legislature
coming year. ' tM0 c"y nul9' l'clto that tho Immediate prcs-
." , , Tho 17 places of amusement which crvatlon of tho public peace, health or
, were closed last night were closed for satcty so requires, 'iliose acta which
ail C8SCISIai.0 nn -.,., tl,a nnl .w.-lr-Antntn tlirt pmortrenrv r-lniiaA anoli an I
vided with an asbestos curtain. The I require! hy tho referendum amend
TInrnro ("J. Hurt, nresident of tho Un- further action taken today is in conse- ment. are marked with an asterisk
ion Pacific, has resigned. Harrlman is quenco of violation of other sections of All others will take effect DO days from
almost suro to succeed him. tlio ordinance regulating theaters.
. , ' ii,i,i There was a hasty rush of theatrical
China reirards war as Inevitable. . ........ ,,,. , ,, ,
Bho will remain neutral aa long as pos- . , . ....
drawnl, or at least a postponement of
Marino insurance companies
mado great advances on
bound for the Orient.
S. n. 2, Smith ot Umatilla To
amend charter ot Adams,
8. H. 3, Carter To incorporate town
slblo and then side with Japan.
A sceno shifter in tho Iroquois then- tho order, but their reception was of an n.,i.i
tcr, Chicago, declares mat tno nro cur- exceedingly iroaty nature. Thoy were 8. B. 4 Dimmlck To incroporat
UalU IttUUl UU IWiltU vwv.sj eva-i ituutuina bltu eU.IJ U4 ttMlr bilU lUVeVV I JCIXVCr IIUI
open. tora nau reported every one 01 them s B 8 nimmlck To Incorporate
Tho nroduct on of cold in the United "...rv "'"" '" UK'"- North Bend.
States for 1003 waa 174,425,340. Of 't"'.. " . 1 , 1 ""vniior 8. B, 0, Dimmlck To amend chartor
this amount Oreeon produced ,1,364,- " c" u ncgiccti any. img ot Marshfleld
. - . . w. . iirinr-n i , t nMr.nl a m . i . t Af ihn - . - ..... . .
S. 11. 7, Miller 10 amena cnarter 01
8 B. 8. Wade To provide for dep
uty district attorneys In eighth district
341, Washington 434,109 and Idaho '
T I I
War between Japan and Russia is
more probable than ever.
JAPAN WILL NOT HESITATB.
8. B. 9, Smith of Yamhill To fix
Feonlo from many cities are flocking I Once" She Sees Russia Wll Not aire la salary of iudeo of Lincoln county.
to Chicago in search ot loved ones. War Will De Declared. S. B. 14, Carter To amend law pro-
Tfc rownniv. for Great Britain show Washlncton. Jan. 8 Count Cas- hlbiting killing of elk.
a decrease of $13,497,040 for the past sin!, Russian ambassador, thinks tho
nino months. Far Eastern situation "gloomy, but
I . 1
... 1 r 1,-1! l.l"v n.niuufc iiuihj
t.111. t . t. pAii.ml.li 1. 1 "lu Japanese legiiiion lonigni ll was
probability ot war with Columbia i intimated that it tho Russian reply
I does not fflvo dennile nssnranm that in
Farco Sauiers. eldest son of United I ceneral the concessions asked tor bv
States Minister Squiers, was accident- Japan in Corca will lie .granted, the
ally shot and killed at Havana.
Twelve employes of the Iroquola thea
ter. Chicago, have been arrested on a I
charge o: accessory to mansiaugnier.
S. B. 17, Rand Correcting law re
latinc to executions at penitentiary.
8. B. 18, 1'icrce Fixing time to give
notice of tax levies In 1UU4
S. B. 10, Rand, Fixing timo of hold
inc circuit court in ninth district.
S. B. 21, Maratcrs Appropriating
12.600 for Soldiers' home
8. B. 22. Carter Placing limit of 10
per cent on interest on tax rales.
S. B. 23, Browncll To prevent as'
Tokio government will bo impelled to
abandon diplomacy lor force
II anatolm. 1... . AT T.. I--
hira, the Japanese minister, torn To- ,r,om bringing uits to recover
kio today, tell of the critical slatn of recorders fees.
Fearimr he intended to flee, secret I nnKHc fpolini? thprp. Ill, ml tl,i I S. B. 25, Tuttle To amend charter
service offlcera have rearrested John A. 1 1( Kussia fails to give a definite reply, JjJ 'L,' ,
Benson, the California timber op- Japan vUll interpret a diliatory note as 8. B. 20, Mnlkey Granting life di
ratnr. - I !.!;,.,.!,. naa!i.. .:.!.. .if. i.-. plonus in certain instances.
n,l lll .tntlnn flrpmen at the tiHtles until the sprinc. when her . ?. " "'rung, by request l ro-
" . " " .V ,T,.r; ,! forces on land and sea can bo used to Tluln8 or conuemnauon oi wa.er ngms.
nv ohloctlon will cause tho closine of hotter advantage. House Bills
tho place. I Japan is convinced of Russia's in- II. B. 1, Kay To repeal the tax law
Sir Thomas Lipton has signified nis r.ti . t o v t .i,. i.i
,,,, . . en.' aet w kjuivmuiviiti ucviaivji,. nuti u. it, t ini aU iVCiiKi. nin Win
niuut-ng T- - not licsltato to take the initiative and
000 to those in need aa the result of agsume the responsibility for making
the Chicago fire. war. ' b
To leam the land policy desired by Tho Japanese minister does not be-
Oreeon was the object of Roosevelt in I lieve that, after the manner In which
II. B. 8, Carnahan To correct
law relatinc to recorders' fees.
II. B. 15, Adams Amending charter
sending a commission to Portland to he says his people have acted through- II. B. 10, Hale Fixing salary of
attend tha meeting of the national live- out the negotiations, tbey will forfeit Judge of Josephine county
stock association. any sympathy which they havo in this
On account of the theater holocaust C0UDtry bJ 'trlking firil'
the strikinK Chicago hack drivers and
their employers have declared a truce
for 10 davs. Waees and other ques
tions are not to be considered during Council Will Be Asked to Endorse Auto-
' GREAT SAFETY APPARATUS.
Jerome Sykes, the well known actor,
W. J. Bryan's European trip failed to
change his free silver views,
Roosevelt and the cabinet have con-
II. B. 20. Edwards To incorporate
II. B. 21, Whealond To appropriate
1 100.000 for Celilo canal right of way
II. B. 23, Shelley To revive tho
1300 tax exemption.
II. B. 25, Whealdon To amend
charter of Dalles City.
II. B. 20, Burleigh To Incorporate
Chicago, Jan. 6. To throw open In
stantly and simultaneously all doors of Lctine
a theater, iiko the method ol t hrowing n B. 20, Malarkey Raising salaries
a multiple lever in a railroad switch o( cinuit judges in Multnomah county
tower, is tho purpose of an ordinance 14 qoo
which will be presented to the city ir.V 31. Judd. by reauest To itive
iidered the protest of Colombia and council. According to the provisions owners 'of stallions lein on mares.
will answer It soon. me uruiuance, an meaiers or oiner
places of public amusement having a
Secretary Root is conducting negotl- capacity of over 600 persons shall pro
ations with General Reyes during the vije an automatic apparatus to open
illness of Secretary Hay. and close all doors to exits. levers
j.. t i. u.. 1 . shall operate in conjunction with elec-
X resiueub IluusetDU uaa uiucicu ait . ... .... .. , ..
inquiry into the conditions atKi.hinef, trlJ. l'8ht.a near the
. . . p I An thnfc U'hpn tllA flnnrfl nrn nru.nn.1 all
H. B. 37, Gault Relating to com
petency of witnesses.
II. U. 4U, uauoway Amending
charter of McMinnviile.
II. B. 41, Edwards To protect Chi
II. 13. 42, ways and means committee
where Hebrews fear a second massacre. lul" ""eu " To appropriate money for expenses of
. . , i-6-""j " o..u..UCUu01 .pec al session
Denaior rui.uu una duwwu iuo iuu 6tv,
commission that the present national The owner of a theater must employ
policy is working to the Injury of Ore- a man, to bo approved by the fire
agon, I mnrsnai, iu uu on uuiy ai ii;e lever aur-
.... I ing the whole time the theater is open
One report soys Russia Is slowly mov- to the public. He shall bo in full uni
ing troops toward Pekin; another that forra and operate the apparatus before
Have Cash to Invest,
Pendleton Never in the history of
Eastern Oregon have the people been
as wealthy as thoy are at the present
time. The heavy crops, with the hlgl
she is more willing to make concession, aml after each-performance so as toV
to China. familiarize the nubile with the exits USPf.i'J'ffiilJ "SS?:
1 . - . , , , I iie 1 arm era aiiu uiw uubiuusji muii mitiu
The senate commit too has outlined a
ana to aeceitain wiietlier tlio an.
I 1 f lI-a t !
,nhM0 artlon If Senator Hmoot dial- praiue emcien. ana in rcauy worK.
. ... . I inff nnlftr.
lenges the authenticity 01 we charges , '
Postmaster Bancroft will not be re
moved from the Portland postofflce,
VThatcom and Fairhaven have united
and will bo known as Belllngham in
For violating the foregoing a heavy
nne is provided, together with the clew
ing of the offending theater.
Heavy Tax 00 Chinese.
Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 6. The rais
ing of the head tax on Chinese from
1 100 to (500, which went into effect
enjoy this reign of prosperity. More
mortgages have been paid on this fall
than ever before in the history of the
country. A majority ot tho farmers,
aftor paying themselves out of dobt
have deposits in tho banks and are
looking for investments.
Coyotes are Killing the Sheep.
Pendleton The coyotes are giving
t,l l.J avnl,1n an a,,a t.nann.An
Santo Domineo has now two revolu- January 1, means that steamers must L ,i.i .u.,.:, .i.n . nt-,. u.
.. , ,. . . . ., . 1 , , iui IUIO uinuji-.i iuiw..aiii .u uikk ... uu ,
ttonary governmcnis ana ioreignera iear pui up ve nuira mo ainouni 01 secun- . t..n,i M. n.
they will auuor. lies lor nese anoara x ue oig nner the cit One or two sheep are killed
The Japanese commissioner to the Y.." t. 'nCT-Z: Vl'ir' " 16 nearly every night. These wolf like
Bt. Louis fair says Japan will make no '" Tl'"! VM beasts get so bold that thoy will come
concessions to Russia. "i Vnn nnT' "I Into the outskirts of the city and fight
, ... . .. . , . I i T nui . 1 Wlin me uogs. 1 wo men are ou guuru
Ghouls robbed many of the dead in vessel. If any Chinese escape the ., ,1. di. 1, 1 i. ..,1 ,n i.i,.
the Michigan train wreck. Tho death steamers will have to pay $500 for each I ,, ,. "ii,f t, hnwt. it 1. .t.
It., l. ,U.,1 t. 01 kka Evr niiln,lnlii.imlii (l.rmnl, ll. tu "
aiOb Jia uvaa anviivu .v aa
Russia Is not prepared for war and
may await a more favorable time, al
though she is buying large quantities
MONUVJN SUUAK ULUTS.
Urand Ronde parmera Oct $93,000 This
Year tor Thtlr Product.
Ln Grande The sugar beet Industry
noi.eu 1110 inrmcrs tins year fUft.UOU,
according to tlio management ot Uie Iji
ummio beet sugar factory.
Tho beet crop this year vtai greatly
in excess ovor the yield ot luun. Tl
yield last year was 0,000 tons of Wot
while this year it was nearly 12,000.
At announced eatller ln the season
there were some portions of tlio crop
which proved to be a complete failure.
The failure, It is said by the profenwirs
at tno experimental station nt Union
wns uuo 10 1110 lace 01 cultivation 011
tho part of some ot the farmers. It la
said tho farmers fully renllio how beets
should bo cultivated, hut some ot
them were vaiolesa nliout their work.
Tho acreage planted during tho nnst
summer was much larger than the pro-
vlous year. There nro more farmers
entering tho industry now than ever be
fore In tho history ot tho plant, and the
indications are that tha acreage for
1VU4 will be nearly double that of thl
year. The soil here is highly produc
tive tor beet iMsinit. and excellent re
suits are obtained whero propor cult I
ration is conducted.
The labor In harvesting tho beets is
not expensive, aa pulling la generally
done by Indiana and Japs. Sometimes
white labor la employed, but this year
tl was scarce.
Tho management ot the factory res
llios n large profit from tho sugar man
ufacturcd. Tho management says one
ton of beets will produce 240 pounds of
sugar, inus tho 12,000 tons produced
L'HS.OOO sacks of 100 ponnda each.
1 ma sugar waa sold at 0 cents per
pound, making a grosa output oft 144.
LAWDRDMC13R1 OUT THO DIRDS.
Sportsmen Do Net Delleve
Will De Effective.
Eugene Tlio now law enacted bv
tho special session of tho legislature.
prohibiting the killing of Denny pheas.
ants for tho noxt two yenrs, is tho snb
Ject of much comment in this vicinity,
especially among sportsmen. Tho law
does not appear to meet with favor.
Tho argument is advanced that it
has not been tho shooting of these birds
lawfully that has been tho means ot re
dnclng their numbers, and that it the
old law had been rigidly enforced there
would havo been no occasion for further
Northwest fruitgrowers' association.
Portland, January U-13.
National livestock convention. Port
land, January 12-15.
National woolgrowers association.
Portland, January 12-16.
roultry show, Albany, January
Angora goat show, Dallas. January
Whitman-Oregon debate. Eugene.
Oregon Christian Endeavor conven
tion, Pendleton, 'February, 10-22.
Seven Dollars a Cord.
Pendleton Wood Is still selling at
$7 per cord by the local dealers.
Wood waa forced up to this prico early
n the winter, when it was claimed
there was a scarcity in tho citv. Tho
dealers say there is plenty of wood on
hand now, but tho prices remain the
samo. "There Is every indication that
the price will advance before spring."
says a prominent dealer." It Is under
stood the dealers aro making a good
profit and that it is ono of tho most
prosperous winters they havo had. It is
feared there will be suffering.
Vote to Form District.
Frcowater The election for the es
tablishment of tho Little Walla Walla
irriagtion district according to state
law carried by a good voto. An at
tempt was mado some time ntTo to form
a district, but it was voted down by
ncavy property owners living near
town. This timo tho district was nt-
lected so they would bo left out. The
formation of this district will ston the
endless litigation over the supply of
Chicago Is Completely Overcome by Oriel
for the Stricken.
Chicago, Jan. 1. For tho first timo
since Chicago bus possessed bolls to
poul, whistles to shriek and horns to ,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,, violence anl far
KtecliliiK Nntiiret DUeileri (vt
tdimluw It riionliiii of the I'rult
of lml miry anil I'eece.
blow, tho old year was allowed silently
to take Its place In history, and tho
new year permitted to eomu in with no
ovld.-i.ro of lov nt Its birth. All Chi
lu. I The vnir IIXV1 tins been marked I
1.. .1... .i 1 1 -..r i.. mnsmere, nmuler, disaster ami violence
,., ...u ,.,.. mm .....UV....U.. t BW H (i,llrl) n.fn.t wllll UlO llll
at the Iromils theater. ,iritintr anlrlt of tirnnrrM Mint Is stenil
III nil iilllelal tmx'l.lnmtlmi ImiiimI v.. I tl v ivinklllll for f rlcll.l I lllC-l Mill littler
t " 1 - . . . ... . 1 .. i...iii.i
tordiitf nltnrnonii Mavor farlnr II llur. mutual Ullilcrnnuillli nr.wr.u ..........
tewii) nllernoon Jln)or Lurter 11. liar- . llnllim. i,i.i0us lutolersnc
rlson suggestwl that lliu usual New I 1 1 Ion 1 Inlrlmie, elsn lislrvd ami con
Year's evo colehralloii bo omltled. vtilslons of nature nro the cmic upon
. 11 . a 1 .1 1.. .1 . I whlcll HIM llronil reillOllllllllllJ fvmm,
1 10 men lounu n renuy response in inn , ,....-..
' 1 . In Miiv oit irreil the srent innMScrs or
hearts of the people and the mayor's j,v, Kishinev, ltumU. A mouth Ister
words seemed only to give Utterance to King Aleiamltr ami Queen Irn 0
Miirvla ner niiinlereil 111 tlivlr pnlnee
ItelgrHile by their own soldiery ami om
eers. Htrlkei nnd oiner innor ws.iin
llmvM Iii..mi rsniionslliln for a Rood desl
I lolt'iio nml aereml ileatlis In me i'
nl Htnlrs: nml nnlurn tilirnonielin.
iter which elnisltlentlon nre numbered tl'
tho universal desire.
The list ot tho dead continues on it
was given last night, In the neighbor'
hood of 000. A widely accepted estl
mate Is that 604 Is tho number of the
dead, This number will likely bo In
creased, us there nre liersons In the liii.nmnms Howls nml storms of In
hospitals who will probably dlo. It lunrliii ami enrlr summer In Kinn, ?
Is believed, however, that tha total lirnskn. lawn. Mlarnurl nnd other pnrt
will not exceed 1100. Including the of tlio nnllon. hurricanes In the Hoiith
dead, mtiuliiir nml Itilnr.xl tlm tnlnl Ken lalntiils nml nil tnrthiiunlie 111 As
nuiiilier ol casualties is approximately
1,000. there were about 2.600 spec
tators and actors in the theater at tho
timo ot tho lire.
In tho excitement following tho ca
lamity, many persona were reported
missing who have since returned
homo. No report of tin-no returns has
been made to the police, and their
names still swell tho list of tho miss-
ntle Turkey, linie cniised the lose
thousnmls of llres nml much vnlunli
In Ihn worlil of rollllcs tpnrli-uinkliK
arptita Imve been (lie A nsknn award, 111
hlooilless rvvolullnn In I'niinma and th
fortuulloii there of a new republic, con
tinned nccri-sslons In Chins lir llutaln,
tho iriilim into effect of the new Iris
l.iml law. nml In our own cnuutrr th
uiiimrtliliik! of iflnniitlc frauds In the Post
Ing. When tho names of the dead oltleo Depnrtment am! In the distribution
who are still tn bo Identified hnvn hi-eii f ptiblle Inmle, ami (lie pnsssxe or
subtracted from the list of tho missing, Cl!'"" reciprocity tresty
it Is probnblo that tho oxtent of
catastrophe will lo fully revealed.
RUSSIA WILL SAVU IIUIIRUWS.
Oovernment Pully Realties the Probnbll.
Ity of Massacre at Klehlnef.
Tim uufnlterliiit course of comment
.-ichlrvemeiit has been evidenced by th
openliiK of two new cable beneath th
I'm- tic ocean. aiu-ciNistiil urncllcal test
of wireless telegraphy, suJ the estnullih
ment of a Dennrtuient of Commerce I
Minueetlon nltli tho Korernment lu atli
XI--.I. I.. ...... T... .1 13 1 al'..lf.- I ,, u uc, -
I11I9IIIIIKIUII, Ollll. .. OIIIIUU llOIIO, .1.. !., .nll.nrlll.. Ik. I'nn. I JO III,
of this city, who hns be-ii active III his Cnnon 1". M. Knrrnr. statesmen Ilk
endeavors to induce tho United States Uird Hnllslmrr of Kmitnml and ei l're-
government to lunko representations to mler Hntniln of Spain, thinkers like Her
Itussia looking to the protection of the w-rt Spencer nml Prof. Tlieodor Jlomm
Jews of Kisblnef. lind en Inlorvlniv sen, public men like former Poslinntte
with President Roosevelt today. At General W . H. Illssell, religious workers
lis conclusion Mr. Wolfo said that nt
the request ot tho president himself,
ho could nut discuss tho interview for
It Is known, however, that .Mr.
Wolfo was informed that, prior to his
Ilk Mrs. l.imun Booth Tucker,
Inventors, like It. J. Cinlllui.
The events of the year 1IKKI nre briefly
I. Onenllie tif I-arlne ei
Praiu-Uro and Honolulu Aatalle f'D
Case, of llarlne, Wis.
Natuuet Tbonias, proin
H...,l.ilAn a.f ! .,.... 1. let Maiallan. ilvilrti.
VCTV ,,..,u, V, ,(,v .IK... VI ... IIIU PllllO . ,. . " i .. . ... .. a a . . ,
.lonnrtn I !.l..t l..l .1 1 '.'",a 01 " "einier liaaia OI )
....... ., ..v in Aiauriii.
tho United States consuls in ttuslsa to I a.
..r...... tl.U ... a II .1. . I at
iiiuiiu .inn iji ui nun-lit li iii-iu linn
any likelihood of a repetition of the
Klshlnef massacre of last spring. Th
replies to that Infinity thus fur re
coived have ticcn reassuring. More
over, thoy Indicate that tho Russian
government is fully alive to tho reports 'l,.hr-orty four Chlesgo i
of possible trouble at Klshlnef on Jaii-J,"su liVl'?" Julian ll.lph.
uary . in view 01 mat tact, It la as
sumed that tho Russian authorities will
take, If Indeed they havo not already
taken, setps to prevent a recurrence of
"TIIERI1 MAY lit WAR."
Death of J. I
lli-alli of I en.
tllent railroad man.
li. C ORirrt-a. vnl. farlff n(T ffta
17 (lenuan iuiiIkmi aitarki lort Carlos,
soil la rrpularil liy Venriuelana.
IS. Drath of ei Mayor A. 8. Hewitt
Nrw Vitrk .
ID. l'rral.trnt nooarte I anil Klnr njward
vil. eicnanee treellniia by wueiraa leiff
SI. Hermans recommence bombardment
or Han Carlos.
Z2. Canal treaty with Colombia aianeo.
21. Trralr for arbitration of Aleak
soumlare illaoute ateiird ln Waahlnftea, ..
Beualor Teller re-eleeled In Colorado after
lit w. li. pay appoiuien 10
tiaril Ciht W. II. Illy appoluled
United Hlatra Muoierae belirb.
ZT. Fifty peilah In burnlns of Colney
Hatch Inaan aarlum In Knrland 24
tllleit and uianr Inltired br colllalen on New
Decidedly lereey Central railway near Cranford.
1H. Train wreck at Vallo, Alia., Villa anS
burns 20 persona, injurlut many otbers.
20. Army of Hultau ot Morocco rouls that
or rretenoer in uatue near rta,
Every Chinaman coming through K the menb4re ablo to the coyotes
now will bo carefully examined,
because they are nearly aa cunning aa
I a fox,
deneral Lengatrcet Dead,
Aiiama, ua., Jan. a. uenerni inmhermea Bntar Protest
james laongsiree , soiuier, statesman EuKeneTwo of the moat important
I 1411-iwninv. -vi ao uiyUiviiUHX I -----,1-1-,- lkA metrli IwifAro tlm aaitn.
general of the Confederate army, with t ol cqaaizatlon, -which lias
the excep on of General Gordon, died & ln .e(.Ion'thIg week, waa mado by
at Gainsville, Ga., yesterday, from an A D n )nnd and tho Booth.Ko
Durins the present session of con-7 ,.. . . ' V. ' 7 . . lumber company. 'J. hey ask lor a re
gress tho navy win no mawnauy - n ., '
Tbo Colombian charge at Washing
ton has little hope of receiving a favor
able answer and is preparing to close
Wheat Walla Walla, 71c; blue
stem, 78c: valley, 77c.
Uarloy teed, 120 per ton: brewlnir.
szu.ou roiled, izi.
Flour Valley, t3.715fa3.8fi per bar
rel; hard wheat straights, 3,00(34.10;
clears, fj.oocjs.yo; nard wheat pat
ents, 14.20034.60; graham, $3.76;
whole wheat, 4; rye Hour, M.O0Q
Oats No. 1 white, 1.07K1.10
gray, ii.uo per cental,
Mlllstnffa Bran, $18 por ton: mid
tilings, $23; shorts, (10; chop, $18;
linseed, dairy lood, flu,
Hay Timothy, $10 per ton; clover,
$12; grain, $12; cheat, $12.
Vegetables Turnips, 05c per sack:
carrots, 76c; beets, 00c; parsnips, 85c
(3i; cahhago, l (Sleeper pound; red
cahhago, lftc; parsley,
strengthened. When the additions al- f f ufferer from cancer of one eye, the,r , Umber hoI(,Ings. AaseMor
.wi6.v, I Inif hi. opnornl lu-nlth liml lanon cvrwl I . . ., .
,dy authorized are comp eted the , ; . . , l uurton has asseBsou iimtxir lanus at an
.-' . .. . .... 1 I unfit WrolnesilflV. wlion ho vrflH upWrwl I . a a. ...
United States will have a more power
ful navy than any other nation except
Italy has recognized tho new republic
Japan will send a large force to Corea
to end rioting.
Japan has outbid RubsIs for two war
skips neorlng completion in Italy.
Russia will probably modify her de
mands rather than go to war.
with a sudden cold, developing later
into pneumonia of violent nature. He
was 84 years old.
Charges Against Qravclle.
Helena, Mont., Jan. 5. Three in-
average valuation of $3 per aero, which
is considerably higher than thoy havo
been assessed before.
Interest on Tax Salts.
Salem Tho new law placing a limit
of 10 per cent upon the rate of interest
dictments were filed in tho district to ho bid at dellnnuent tax sales will
court today against Isaac Gravelle, who not go Into effect until March 23, and
was found guilty a few days ago of WHI therefore, not affect sales that are
sending threatening letters to tho nowrbelng advertised under the tax roll
Northern raclflo railroad company. 1002. In somo counties the tax
Two of the informations charge him ..lna are delayed, and may not bo com.
Janan is buying large quantities of with sending blackmailing loiters from Uleted until the now law goea into
lead lor tho manufacture of bullets. Helena and tho other charges burglary effect. In nearly all counties, however,
. , in me nrsi uegree. Alio ponany on tho delinquent lists are short, and sales
Tho United States has ordered a gun- mnvlctinn of first dporen hilridarv fal.lll Vu. nnn,l,,AlAil In Tammi-v
boat to Corca to protect the .American imprisonment from 10 years to life.
minister. Shedd PostoII.ee Robbed.
ffrt, n,B beln redoubled to have "V Coid Say. . Albany-A report hu reached A .
.r trr., .i, r,to trpntlpii with the Washington, Jan. 0. uoid wave pany tnai tno posioiuro ai oneua sia
h ?V2 1 . warnings have been issued for Ohio, tlon, in tho southern part of Linn coun-
United States, , Wont Vtrrlnla. Mlssisslnnl. Alabama, tv. was broken into and robbed one
mi rimi,lon rhnrim will anlt I Western Georitla. Western Florida, night last week. The report is to the
Washington if Secretary Hay ignores I Arkansas, Oklahoma and Indian Tor- effect that tho robber broke In the rear
Colombian demand. ' rltory. 1 door to the building.
... 7 lumber company, uiey hbk ior a ro- cauuago, 150; parsley, per dozen,
General Ixingstrcct ductlon ,n tbe ne9eB8e(i valuation of;25c; tomatoes, $101.50 por crate;
canilliower, voctifl per dozen; celory,
76c; pumpkins, lc per pound; 'onions,
Yellow Danvcrs, 80c$l per sack;
Fannos, $1, growers' prices,
Honoy $333.60 per caso.
Potatoes Oregon, choice and fancy,
0575c per sack; common, 60000c;
sweet potatoes, sacks, 2c; boxes, 2c,
Fruits Apples, 7pc&2 por box;
Buttor Fancy creamery, 2 7 i (3 30c
per pound; dairy, 2022icj store, 16
Foultry Chickons, mixed, 010e
por pound ;sprintf, 10c; hena, 10c; tur
keys, live, 17018c; dressed, 20c;
ducks, $007 por dozen; geese, live, 8c
Eggs Oregon ranch, 30c; Eastern,
Hops Choice. 24 0 25c per pound;
prime, 21022Ko; medium, 10O2C;
Wool Valley, 17018c; Eastern Ore
gon, 12016c; mohair, 32036c.
Beef Dressed, 8Q7c por pound.
Veal Pressed, small, 88i; largo,
Russian Journals Assume a
St. Petersburg, Jan. 2. Tho foreicn
ltspatches received hero yesterday nl
tcrnoon are rellected today In more
pcss'mlstlc editorials. Tho Novoo
rcmya liegins its leader with
"Thoro is no war today; tomorrow
there may bo war. '
Tlio paper rather fatalistically ill
reels attention to the lact that wars
market! the opening of tho 17th, 18th
and 10th centuries.
Tho Novoo Vrcmya nevertheless still
professes faith in a ncaccful settlement. I United Htatre,
lnn . mi-,. 1 irA.. t ...111 I 17. Rlabteen tlree lost
V " river eteauier near Kdenton,
illaj J.lipnila 111 It IUU11IUI1 WllOru lO
yield would appear to lo a renuncin
tlon of tho dofenso of her vital inter
ests in tlio far cast. Russia does not
desire war, but nobody believes Ruslsa
will permit tho Japancso or other na
tions to execute a diplomatic dance
upon Russia's peaceful disposition. In
firm consciousness of her power Russia y -.f0"'""" 5." n'u"'i
lll ouolt vnl usil.ui iu .!..
S. Harthnuake ahakea fell between lit
Loula, lo., and laoulatllle. Ky More
than i.fiJO lltee dcatrored be burrlesae In
eouin oea laianua.
s. William HooDer Ycunr olcada lUIitr
11. One million flee hundred thousand
Sol ar flra at ltok laland. lu.. araeoal.
IB. Allied row era alia protocols ror ran
ins or wnrsueian oioceaae,
15. Venesuelan blockade ralard.
IMS, icitrtiue cold and storm orer
by stnklof of
10. Kltbt children killed be train In New
ark, .N. 3.
20. Many Injured In Are tbst destroys
Liuion House ai ceuar napiaa, jowa...
Tooe'a allror lubllee.
a.i. rour miners tinea ana many injured
ub i i who unuea niaiea emrera ai
Htann rord C Ir. W. Va.
20. I'lke Oi-ero House In Cincinnati burns
with hslf a square of other bulldlnesi loaa
2,O0o.ouo.... ..Albert Knapp, of Hamilton.
muraers ueetn or 11,
2. Pre. Merit
calllns: Henate In soeclsl session March S..
.Two neiiaiors elected In Delaware, after
China Acting Hostile,
Paris, Jan. 2. Tho Cheo Foo corre-
1 .. ( 1 1. T,--i. ...li,i .. 1 ai. I lone- flebt.
r,,uii,,viii ui auu anim iaiiiiuii IJ1 IIHT I ,V.. r - ... . ,
Art! in off. wlin In In rlnwn tmirl. u.t(l. D. Hfeclal trsiloo of Bnt mttta,
Admiral Alexleff, Russian viceroy in Lr'ry ho.t,.r8p".r'".ll.IOo.,i iVudaon"!,!,?,.0'
1110 rar r.asi, uecinrcs 1110 aituatlon IS uurn 10 aeain in norei at Ilten.
most critical. The Japanese, ho rays. .V..VV;V,r.,cr " Commis-
apparently want war, and tho Chinese, 0. Twentr-two llres lost by oil are and
espec any Yuan Hhl Kai, commander "T&tii r.c.Vfoclty'conT.nt.oa ratltled
In chief of tho Chinese army and navy, by Henate In Harana. unea
are assuming a liostllo attitude. Ills- ,.12- Csar proclaims rellflous freedom
turbnnccs in Manchuria aro duo, ho 'biaUSTsTiPlots at Colmbs,
says, to tho support tha Uhlnese gov
ernment Is giving tho bandits.
Officials Seeking an Exile.
Manila, Jan. 2, Itlcnrto, nn
from Guam, who returned to tho is
lands alter tho American occupancy,
but refused to take the oath of allegi
ance, has la-en residing at Hong Kong
for nino months past as tho head of
tho Filipino Junta lu that city. Orltrl
nally, when a member of AKtilnnldo's
staff, ho mado an attempt to blow up
tno iawmn itinerai profession with
tiynainito in i;occmuor, ihuii. ii0 re-
17. Strike Arbitration Coiomlttt. nia. ra
port, Hecate rttlOea Panama canal
10-20. Flooda alone Ohio ami in..i..ini
1U. Senate ratlflea Cuban r.lnM.i,.
cx0 treaty and citra seaslon la adjourned sloe
21. Finding; or Coal Arbitration r.nli.
tee made public.
22. Death of Very Iter. F. w. Farrar In
23. Hli miners killed by eiploston at
SB. irlili land bill Introduced In n..n.
27. Death or N. K. Fslrbsnk.
&S. IteclDrocltv treatr with flnia. a, .a..
rstlfled by Cubsn flenafe. ..
20. Death of dustarus Sf. Swift, Chicago
Rl. Vnlina Corll.tt" rfa-f.at. T.. aa.
In ll.a all,, lln..al.. Ill 1 .. . a I fl ,. . Hln -HII,I,M 10-
iiiiiivi, ni nvj un auv,viiiuoi all, UUVI--"- ......
so lar lias managed to eludo the au
president stsrts on long Western trip
Insurgent Ships Taken.
Panto Domingo, Jan. 2. Tho pro
visional government lias captured two
vckhoIs irom Luracao, which were car
rying arms and ammunition for tlio
Insurgents. Tho vessels wore brought
to this port and 16 prisoners landed.
The insurgenta who attacked General
Gucrrera havo been defeated and sev
eral prisoners taken. There was fight
ing yestorday morning between govern
ment troops and Insurgents outsldo the
December Shows a Surplus.
Washington, Jan. 2, Tho forthcom
ing monthly stntomont of tho govern
ment receipts and expenditures will
show tho total recnlnts fnr TWmnlint-
. . , . . "I l.alaH
iuuj, 10 Donuout ii-,iit,oiv, nnd the
A ll.n..l.llnn. ..In In .T..I . . JL'.'I"
cttlc ltepubllcsns carry Michigan eleo-
11. General strike In Holland .,i...i
10. nne train wrecked at ned House N
y.,nnd sis persons burn to desth.
21. tlekt hundred thousand dollar n i.
La Crosae. Wla.
23. Hlot In Illinois House of Ilepresenta
tires Rusala demands Manchuria of
20. Negro lynched for assault near Santa
Fa, III I&O.OOO nre In Columbus, 6....
,,11 killed In railway wreck near Iluffalo
2S. Foreat Urea In Korthcrn viiaa..i.
and Michigan Uurnlng of Melbourne.
2i. ueaication or nt. i-ouls Eipoaltlon
.iieatn ot ntuart uobaon...... .2,000
Urea lost In eatlliquake at Xfetaaghsril, An
I, Desth of Mila-I Ardlll.
S. litglit persons kllli-il aud 40 butt bi
(Iraml Trunk Haiti at Detroit. '
A, Hteatiier Hsglnaw sunk off Virginia
eonati nrer SO litres lost. 10 peraimi
drowned In wreck of (I uuresler Salilne
I...., III.,, I.,, a nn Nv. Mlla
H. A. W. Msrlien, aiiperliitemleiit free ds
rery, muted hy I'oslinsater (Jensral I'aina.
U. Dlecurerr of blot to bluw uu ala.i,,..
Dintiila In New York harbor.
10. (Irrst nro lu Ottawa, nut,
I-;. I lea III of Poet II. 11. Stoddard,
la. (I rest lusssscre of Jews la Kishinev
2S. Falling elevator tn Pittsburg kill,
lire persons and Injures W,
V9. Desth of Mai O'llell (M. Paul niou.tl
... .. . 11 tat la t tirranus killed and sis Injured la
i'ntls. Mailrlif automobile rate. . . ,. . .Berets
storms In Kanaaa, Iowa and Oklahoma,
9(1, Nineteen prraniia killed and aa many
more Injured by luruailoes uear llaitlnii.
20. New York City relebratee 2AOth aunt.
veraary of Incorporation Ilrtllah aleam
er lltiiMeradetd auiik lu colllalon and 2J
Tl. lilitit trnliiineii killed In wreck neat
H Feudlits attack lull at Jaeksen, Ky.
and sre repulsed Vrrabylrrlaii general
assembly totes for retlalou of confraalon ol
01, (treat floods deraatate Kanaaa, Ne-
braaka and Iowa Illg lite In Itaclne,
1. Cyclone near Ualneatllle, (la., kills M
4. Hants Fe trstn wreeked nesr Hllllwelt,
Kauaaai ulna prraona killed and !M Injured
I). Heavy flood losaea near Hpailaiiaburg,
H, V Negro hanged by luob at llelle-
T. (Hie hundred lltee lost In colllalon of
teaaele off Maraeltlea, France Flood si
Its hrlalil at M l-oola.
0 Marriage of (lor. V, J llalley of Kan
sss slid Mts. Ida II Weeds In Kanaaa City
11. King Aleiander, Oueen lltaga, two
brntbera of Ilia ouaen. Vreinler and two
Cabinet members seaeaelnated st llelirade,
Hertla I'rlure I'rter Karagforgetllca pro
1.-. uratu or den. ales Ilccooa,
IB. Irliie r.ta-r Karaeaoraetllrh ehoaaa
king of Hertla Waterspout dettroye
211. Amrrli-au Derliv at Chlraco won br
21. Kud or Lowell (Maae) teitlle alrlts
... Death of Major James II. I'ond.
22. Negro burned st stske uear Wilming
3.1 I'etrr Karageorgetltca lakes oali as
klug of Hrrtla.
VI. Million dollar Are In Milwaukee.
SO. Two hundred and thlrtrfour nivo
loaa llres by esploaloa in mine al llauna.
I. Stw Dtnartiiiftuf ot Commtrci itirt!
4. Alurnrau I'.rtflA ralil. rroin Han Fran.
cliro to l-hlllppiiiea completed.
o. ,1117 10 luv persona leae lltee oy
breaking of dam near Jeannetle, I's
Usee thits st ilraustllle, I ml llaui-
mund t-aeklne tilaut at Ht. Joaanh. Mo
burna, raining U of II,tRJ,Cil.
a neteu killed In tare (lot al Ktanttllle,
7. Twentr four killed In rallnaj rolltaloa
nesr Chsrlodeatllle. Va.
Ilealh of Mta. jamea (). Illalue.
Hon bom to (Iroter Cletetand and
2. Death of Pope Uo XIII.
21 2d. (Ireat flnauelal II era In Wall
SI Death or (Jen Caialue M. Clay.
20. l.ntombmenl of Pope lo.
0. Negro .inched and burned and puMla
bulldlnas defaced by mob at Dautllle, III
w Twenty Ota oeraona killed and SO lo
Jured by powder eiplotloos at I-owell, Mats.
A 11 ti a t.
4. Cardinal Rarls chosen Tope.
T. Clreua traloa wraekad at tlurand.
Mich. 1 21 peraona killed.
S. Fall of ti.li-Anr .1 I'hll.d.liikt. b.a..
ball patk cauaea nine dratha.
v. irowuing or rope rtus X.
10. 11 rat and oanle on l'arla uudararound
railroad rauaca In) deatba.
li. Jtlllri whips Cotbelt In Ran rran-
Ituaala aenda Dett lute Tutklsh si
Tuikey aecedca te demanda of Hue
Death of l.ord Hallabury, former pre-
lealu of Cbaa. C. Ilonner ef Cblcate.
orlalnator of World's Fair Congreaa.
24. I -cm Dlllou trota mile In 2 mlnutea at
.Ml peraona burned te
off Maine roaat and
death al lludaiwat.
j oriiana narnor.
SO. United Htatea Vlra Conaul Maialaaan
aaaaaalnated at llelrut. Nytla.
?7. lleaer rain alorm awaaoa Waatern
ft. Ilellanee wtna lnfaruattanal eon rare
from Htiauirock III,
1. lown or Han Miguel, Yucatan, de
troted by hurrlreue.
14. llaln. aoow and Sriwt lnlorM mH
n Northwestern Htatea,
jo. severe tlorm on Atlsntle cosst.
17. Joeeob Chamberlain aud two othara
realgn from llrlllah Cabinet.
111. Four more meinbera of llrlllah Cabi
22. Curt a Jelt eontlrtad of Cnrkrell
murder at Cyntblana, Keulucky.
23. Dealb of iK.n.lur Lh.a. It. Farwall
2S. Illg riot In Haul! flte. Marie, Canada.
SO. Death Of Kir Mlrhaal llarl.a.l HHIIah
Ambaaiador lo Waaulngton.
8. Tornado aweaoa Nnrihwaalarn Rial.
Village of at. Charles. Minn., rssed. Twtlte
lltes loat be alnklna- of il,.m,f In na.an
reter Elliott, armed anari-htal. irta-a f.
force his wsy Into l'rrsldtnt's room lo
White House New llrlllah mtolalry an-
n. Death or rormar t-ailmioa. fi,n.Ml
Wllaon H, Illaaell.
9. Ilcarr ratuatorm cauaaa lna.. nt ll.
and propetfy In New York City, New Jereey
11. alarrlace of tTnlti.,1 m.l. H.tiafn,
Thos. C. l'latt of New York,
10. ueaiu or arciibiabop Kaln of Bt
10. tlllllon dollsr Ore In Aberdeen. Waah.
17. ' Dectalon of Alaakan lrll,n.l an.
20. United Btatea Hanalnp v,n tt a,...
rt of Netsda marrlea at Atlanta, Oa.
28. Mrs. Kmma ltooth.'riii.v. liiii 1.
train wreck at Dean Lake, Mo.
. 81, i.K,"?1'.'. I'nr,,ue College football
team killed In train wreck at indlanapolls.
29 persons burn to death In New York
Death of Prof. Theodnr Kamm...
Fire In Vatican In Home destroys Drlc'e'liia
Iterary treaaures New trial, tln i..
goes Into effect.
laiccuoue in aererai ntates.
Itetolutlon ln I'auauiat n.w rt....kii.
0. uoiomuian troops etscuiate Co on.
United Htatea eitends recognition to
Itepubllc of Panama.
public of Panama.
Fifty-eighth Congress mests lq eitra
12. Ill strike on llnsa of rhl. r-n.
Itallway Co. begins and rioting occurs.
is. Treaty witn 1'anama signed.
10. Cuban reciprocity Iresfe passed by
Ilouas of llepreaentatlte (Tl men killed
wrecx on iiig irour near Tremont. 111.
....Death of Notellat Henry Heton llerrl-
r men cremated In Ore at Lilly,
Mine esploslou at CouDallsrllle,
.... al na e:
destroys 12 lltes.
snu soterai murders by
52- ':.na ff. IS.?0 '."t ear strike,
27. llsndlts Ntedenifilir. v.n r,i. ..
Ilocikl csptured after fierce battles In Lake
County, Indiana, ..... (Iroter L'Jereland an.
nouncea he Is not a candidal for nan,.
emtio nomination for Presidency.
,. . Receiver appointed for John Aleiander
owle'a Zlon city and Induatrles.
2. Canal treaty signed at Panama.
e r-onari-aa mt. In p.ffitl..
American Consul aasaulted at AlesaudreVta',
Death of Herbert Bpence
irrigia wars cotera t
9 below ssro In Chi-
Uddls West 1
8. Frlsld mta cover.
inarmomeier regtttera is I
IB. Benste pawes Cuban reciprocity bill.
The Uood That Came of It,
'Her marrlago wtu very uniapny.
"Ob, no, she considers It very fortu-
expenditures 132,218,000, loavlnit
surplus for tho month of (10,409,6,12.
Tho surplus tor tho six mon'.hs ot tho
present fiscal year will bo about 18..
"Why, I understood tha was di
"Yes, and her divorce was the open
ing of her stage career which Is now
very promising." JWladelphltt Press.
Told In a Tew Line
Bach ear has four bones.
The lower limbs contain thirty bones
Tho sense of touch Is dullest on tbe
Make dressings Instead of buying
Over 400,000 pcoplo In London live
' slnglo foom tenements,