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PREPARE TO DISMANTLE PAIR.
VshMila Nnt Pub. C.
OOTTAGK GROVB... OREQON.
General Review of Important Happen-
pcnlgs Presented In a Drlcf and
The czar has decorated Alloxlcfl with
tlie order ol St. Geoige, third degree.
MURDER IS RII'E,
DCTTER THAN WHEAT.
St. Louis Officials Will uegln Work
Wednesday at Midnight.
6t. Louis, Not. 29. Promptly nt
midnight next Wednesday, a force of
76 men employed- by the General
Service company of the .Louisiana Pur
chase exposition, will shunt 200 freight I Eastern Oregon Parmer Raises 40
cars, loadod with empty racking cases, Acres of Potatoes.
Into the several nxhlblt palaces, and I Pendleton John Ferguson, who
thewotkot dismantling the World's raised a ciop of potatoes on his Inn
fair will begin. adjoining tho city limits on the south
Piled at different parts of tho expo- sldo of Pendleton, has diawn tho con
sition grounds are 1,500 carloads otl elusion that potato raising Is much
Hie American Federation of Labor em ntv narklnir rases, while nutaldn tlin mnrn nrnfltahln than laiatns wheat
nas ro-ciccieu eamuci uompeia as pros- orouna others. teeteeMna 100 On 40 acres o! land Mr. Kemuson
3.1... 4 I " " - o I -
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j.ueso win uo uia i una season raiK?u hu eiiciio iu wiu ntru
OREGON NEWS 0E INTEREST
Japanese diplomats contend - that trbnteJ r.plj,y ami the or ii600 sacks.
As tho market price
freely to Russia.
The Ilusslana at Mukden have de
feated the Japanese In strategy ana a
winter campaign now seems impioba-
The Russian supremo court finde the ?te:!K without a great d.il
packing ot exhibits will ba rushed. has been on an average ol at least $1.25
At daylight, December S, another la sack slnco tho beginning ol the pot a
large force of men will begin to tear up to season up to the present time, he
the walks that conceal the tracks about estimates that his crop has brought
the exposition grounds. They will I him In tho neighborhood ot 12,000,
of labor. Thl
ecltuto of the British ship Cheltenham, I ., ... . ...im, ,.,. land was In vrheat last eeasou, growing
Uken iailytn July bytbocaaivostoic ,ngSi about 30 bushels to the acre. At the
squadron, was legal. A bond has been filed with the Unit- m rutin 1ml it In wheat he
It is stated that it Secretary Hitch-led States government, through the -.m i,- ,.,i i onn i,nl,l. an ! nt
1- 1 IT' 1 1 1 ! tra,-, 1 I T .1 . t ... . ,1 11'.. 1 .1 I 1 '
resigns, IIIIUI ', iir.uIJruc,.iu.Du., uj, ,,., ui.u. .. . . . . - ,..,..,
mliulAniip At t It a opnart 1 I ami nflion. I Kafr torrnlnnl Ml i I w pflmniinr. mn r I - -
will be offered the position of secretajy Ing It a common carrier, which will would toUl 900. Besides the crop of
of tho interior. facilitate the remo.al of the exhibits, I potatoes the land, as a icsult of the
Fire In tho Queens county court I?' 1!? ?r?.lfJlJ55 direct! cultivation, is uotg benefited than had
Jiouse, New lork, caused damage est!
mated at $100,000, and for a time
threatened the Jail in which moie than
100 peilonS were confined.
Tho rail and steel mills ot the 111!
jiois Steel company, of Chicago, have
closed down for an indefinite
owing to a lack of business.
thousand men are thrown out ol em
Russians are finding the water prob
lem at Mukden a serious one
The government '05 fair board has
begun tho selection ot exhibits at St
The war has cut off Poland's market
in Siberia and thousands ot people are I
idle as a result.
from the exposition grounds to their it been summer tallowed
destinations. The potatoes grown in soil of the
With the exception of Germany, in I natuie ot this field are of tho beat qual
which case special permission was se-litr. Being laige, smooth and free
cured, not a single exhibit baa been I from clinging sol), they command
withdrawn nor will be allowed to be premium of from 25 to 60 cents a sack
withdrawn until the new month has in California markets, in direct corupe-
pciioii, l begun. Only a few of the German ex- tition with California potatoes,
inrce thiols bave been taken away from the The whole of Umatil.a county has
World s fair grounds, and they were the same soil as this particular Held
shipped directly to the imperial palace land instead ot summer fallowing the
at Potsdam. entire wheat area. It has been demon
P. E. Phemeger, ot Seattle, has been I strated time and again that a crop ot
appointed general superintendent of the I potatoes or corn can be grown with
General bervlce conrpany, and declares profit and to better advantago lor toe
that all exhibits will be out ol the ex- soil than the rest
position grounds by .March 1
WATER NOT SURE,
Electric Line Has Prcc Way
La Grande The La Grande city
council, at a recent meeting, favorably
A son in-law of Marquis Ito declares cas,ern urgon 'moaiion frojeci constderea th, granting ot a franchise
thatt he apparent delay of Oyama is for "ay be Blocked. f . fct , ,nU) tha cU UmltB
Washington, Nov- 29-Just as the L, tha Ea8,ern 0regon Development
The Prussian army budget for the officials oi me reclamation service were comply tor an electric railway. As
rnnln!ir in patlmitnl it tllfi.nno.- preparing to make contracts for the pni ,nnri -ni tha tmrna
O00, an Increase of 11,250,000. construction of the Malheur irrigation of Union and have granted a fran-
I nmtnt In f a 1 1 1 n n r rnilnlv Orton
Commissioner Richards, of the Gen-1-,,, l.ln mrnnl.il noontlatinn.,
crai ,uu omre, coming lu r uinuu wllh farmers whose lands will be
to testily W the land irau.l case. claimed under the proposed canals, an
Geneial Chaffee recommends that the unexpected obstacle arises which
Vancouver. Wash., military reservation threatens to force the abandomnent of
chlse, the company will now go on with
the work of connecting all principal
points in the valley with an electric
line, including the Hot Lake sanator
ium, Union to Cove, and from Cove to
Riimmnrrlll. T. I n-1 fl Ialnn.1 llltw Ami
be enlarged, and estlnates the cost ot this attractive reclamation scheme, the Grande. The company has been
mosi promising non open to govern- iren aI necessary encouragement as
ment adoption in Oiegon. to tonnaee. and part ot the road will be
TtSA MHH HIA tl.A XI' IllMtl. I " -
I'-ii- 1 r-..iA r fti:..H "J w ,
a c nun vacvauo ituuuiaiii tuiiiian
road company traverses the area pro-1 ... A . nnh,, n.h
poseilto be irrigated along Malheur "T"" T ,1"
river, and embodies about one-sixth of Albany-A raspberry bush on which
bor defense mines is uncertain and as the total irriagble area. The govern- there are ripe raspberries, green rasp-
a result a torpedo boat has been sunk I ment, after pers'stent efforts, procured I berries, buds and full blossoms stands
and a German steamer badly damaged. I signed agreements from all farmers I jn jj,e door yard of the residence of
yery pressing. ,., ' ' .,,. 1, ,C ..r 'i mb tneie are is ripe, inuy ueveiopeu
land at $30,000.
Charles J. Bonaparte, a leading law
yer ot Maiyland, is mentioned as a pos
sible selection lor a place in Koosevelt s
new cabinet as secretary of the interior
The location ot the Vladivostok har-
The need of officeis for the navy ! raSi1! In this city. On
:ry pressing. Sfeht.J?.,!??. '-A"??" limb theie Ire 12 ripe, fully devel(
- , l uvu iiruuiviuuaia biuub ui uiu cosv ul 1 1 : 1 1R ,. l.i ry I
Anarcny pnvmuu in juaceaonia Ma building this great project, namely. r" , , B v u u i
iriatianaar slain daily. 130 n fpre F"je, me' I raspberries and a raspberry bush in
I fnll Mnnm in tha ml.filla nt n.nvAmlUr
Tl 1 I . 1 .L., IL. 1 , !1 1 I ..... muvueu. - .
I, uvu Lrcu rruiucu uu, HIT? iuill
tary Road people wouid be willing to
enter into a like agreement, Inasmuch
as the construction ot this irrigation
project would greatly enhance the val
ue ol their lands and make them lead)
ly saleable. At present the road com
pany's lands are vacant, unimproved
that I and practically valueless. It turns out
that I that the assumption of the department
Christiana ar slain daily.
Robbers blew up the safe of a La
Plata, Md., bank and eecuied $3,000
Five submarine torepdo boats built
tor Japan in America have arrived at
Cuban health officers challenge
American marine corps to prove
yellow fever has appeared in
are both curiosities, and when the twe
are combined In one the circumstance
Is unusual. Mr. Wiigbt selected a
limb on which there were ripe and
green berries, and also buds, and blos
soms and placed it on exhibition in the
window of a local oQice
By the explosion of a boiler in the
suburbs of Vicksburg, Miss., two men
were killed and a number injnred, two
The vessels ot the Baltic fleet have
arrived at Fort Said. Eveiy precan
tlon has been taken to insure a
passage through the canal.
Apples by Carloads.
La Grande The apple crop of Union
was incorrect. The owners of Military
road land, now residing in Paris, do county Is being picked and packed as
not look with favor upon tho govern- rapidly as postible, -and the Oiegon
ment's proposition, and are unwilling produco company, of La Grande, has
to contribute anything towards build- , . ., , .t. u .
! .. --,!.,..,! ,.i. already purchased 31 cars of -the best
Tk. bi.u. .ui,. i. I varieties to ship out to the markets
vice, who had banked so much on this F'om ?2 'j? 15 " have b!en. eblPPed
safe project, and had expected to see.it ,rom 'M fn
pressed to early completion, are very "r"" ""
...i. .i:. t;..i , n.:. from there. The Oregon Produce com-
The permanentjocation ot the Wj- ,. Tk i..u j pany will build another largo storage
omlng state capital was not settled at ,leye ti,atthe Military Road people bo',lliD8 'n Ue near otn'e at Iji
the last election. Cheyenne led in the wfc are j the government's Gra,ndf- Six hundred boxes aie being
contst, bnt did not receive the neces- . ' r , 6. , , , . , packed a day. Many apples are being
sary two-tmrus. it wi i, nowever, re- M but - ,h t under. stored for he growers al.o by this coo.
main at Cheyenne until the matter is aUnd''hat tbe E0TerDment proposes P3"?' "waiting better prices.
settled, which will not probably be for
Snow is reported throughout the
United Kingdom and there is great
misery in London.
Land Prices arc Higher.
Snow Storm in Manchuria. Pendleton County AsseBor O. P,
Field Headquarters, General Knro- fatraln has just completed making the
ki'aArmy, Nov. 29. A light snow
real estate transfers to his assessment
roll for the past year. They number
The secretary of the interior has tern- tlotm yesterday lelt two incites ol snow nearly 1 ,000, not counting over 600 re
porarily withdrawn from all entry on tbe ground. Along the tops of the corded on the books as described by
about 9.000 acres of land in Idaho fori bills, which in manv places form the I meets and bounds. The latter are
the Tekoa reservoir Bite, In connection advanced line of General Kuroki'sl principally the section In the vicinity
with the Palouse irrigation projtct in I army, the snow is deeper. The I of Milton and Freewater, where the
Washington. soldiers are livinz in earthen burrows land Is cut into small tracts. Mr.
fi!... r..n ,. n i. and snue shelters, constructed of corn- Strain says the prices recorded on the
again quiet in Panama
NEW WINQ TOR ASYLUM.
Crime circuity on lite Increase In Hie
New York, Nov. Stl. -There at pres
ent tour and n half times as ninny unit,
dors and homicides for each 1,000,000
pooplo In tho United Btatcs as theie RUSSIA READY
were In IBM. With this statement ol
fact, based upon statistics, 8. H. Mc-
riltST POINT WON.
Japanese Officials Insist Port
Arthur lie Taken.
Prosecution Multcs n, Score In Land
Certain Tliul Slocsscl Will Mahc the
Assault One of the Costliest
In World's History
Recommendations to be Made to the
Salem Governor Chamborlatn, Sec- CI lire makes n staitllng showing ot tho
rctary ot State Dunbar and Htnto Tieaa- Inctcaro at lawlessness In this country,
limr AtnnrA vtatln1 llin atitln tnimn,, and follows with a stinging crltlulim ot
asylum a few days ago to Investigate! , V , criminal oiigarcny," ol
, . . .... . chronic Infinctlon of the law by ninny
menecuoiau auuiuon 10 accomooaio cUsses, ot general failure in the en
tho lapldly Increasing number ot pa- forccmcnt ot the statutes, to which
llents. That more room will ho neod- causes the condition ta attributed
ed Is certain and the only question be- mm'nU on the provn onro of crime
.a ..." I Ami Init-I t d a laLiiii s 1 ttti-m m I t m mini t
loro tilt) IVMMI U'k wlinlhnr In rtwnm. I 'vb iwm
tntmil to thn lrtrUUlnrn rnii.lM.n. 'rom ICmcSOUtfttiVO ml KfloUS t1W
tiou oi n now
ivlnm film rr
bUUMBSL, """? "'UV"-Y'. ..... . renorl Hill II... J..,il.,.n t rn ,
llccauso ot tho letter facilities for in ino unneu maica last year inere . u T.:V i" . : . .! " .
.,,,!.. ..i ,.. .i ,i. ..i wore B.Uiti murders anil homicides In a """"" . ' ","v"i ,, , .,.,,1. .i.i i,i nn.u ,.i,....
ii-"' V . ? :" nnnnlatlon of about 80.000.000. In " roil Ariliur, III View 01 1110 " "J" ,"""7." Z
uuiiUlnKiMueciieu io iotuiimiiu . r . . . ' V,, (mmw I of t in lla t o s.iuni Iran. In 1" r auvniiiago cuuiu m
Portland, Nov. 'JIl.Tlio seeiuld day
ol tho AtuKlnloy-Wnro conspltncy caso
nccompllslied llttlo, hut wus ilcli In
NtWS oratory, In words, ami In objections.
Thu plana ol tho nttornuys wero out
lined and ono witness was exnmlnod,
but tlin wholo day was taken for tho
task. At thu adjournment 10 docu
ments from the Oregon City land .ufllco
had been hound. and swathed In reinon-
Washington, Nov. 38. Tho Assocl atranccs from the defense and smiinlt-
aleil Press learns mi Miollentauthorlty i?' l'icnce, whlio unaries iu
that the Japanese army has received Moores, former register at tho olllce.
orders to renew Ita nttack on Port Ar- I'"11 f'0Jiild his own slgiialiire ami
thnr and to tako tho main fortllUatlons ' 01 ,U.,I William uauowny, too
at any cost. ' ormer recc vet.
liRtul ol tho court clock crointl tho
n sTnK as . !...- I I, a ii I ff iIim i its r t
close.1 cottage at the W"? ml 'on .r"'"w aiaiemenis - ., point of !t when Judge llolllngci en
a now wine at tho main 01 J"."" .ml c",tvnt ,orm u,n " I " .. " , , , , . J" ,'r.,, tored the room with hit habitual ntmliil
I ,wr,li. Mvl.lalim. ... ... i - ...... , . nv ... ... ..
com en. I hooks, aim mo aecouiKin) oi airuggiu-
triillnir Ihelr cnorulna for n dn.m.r.1., in'gan. i roin tho iirst ll was evident.
tho construction ot a now wing. This 'J?1'.. on ' 10 I'H'1 v .!!.W11'. 1 '! niili.. ....i...inliu i f.MiH...i i., ,.iiiVi,"V.,V.. gained over the onnoiient. Almost
addition will cost about M0.000 and "J . ' ..101 ,V. Huch a mow. has Un n'A ' .''
wi, provide room for 120 n.o,e ,u- -,. " '' "",' i' to lran.,.1,0 , ,on a. tho Ja mnese
tatomuiit the troublo li'giMi, and It
ed In 1800. when there were 10,051 o iransp e a, mm uiu Juinno h Z l n .
, murders and homicides in a nonluatloii ''"'oil that tho sqtiadron's trip Was en'uV ""'X 0,0,u 01 J 10
' S 70 1 000 000 In 1MB wnfflS Im nml "u ")"' '"'n.trtlo... W' "'. Prosecu Ion. out-
Jrar' f.L. 'T .i..: i .v.?Ji Tho authotltles are prepared to hear "l11 ?n,,.".0 l.l0wl"
The population at tho asylum
rraalm- ui llin rain tt Kl in lift n
or 100 to 120 In a biennial term. A pwved, but al.nco then they hao stead
now ulnr, T.-1H i in... 1. 1 .nt. I lly grown WOI80.
foi the increase In the neit two veais. Conditions In Chicago are strikingly
soi lorui uy comparisons wuu win crini
been working tor
oxriMition. has amvntntnl K. M. Wm. lour cases
... 4 I... i,..
ren. all pntlllialaatip rmmnl nl rTnhnro. BUIClllu.
. 'I-II 1, , .I, , .
to superintend the collection of agricul- . "icago. wim less man ono-imru oi , t,
tural and horticultural exhibits. Mr. Jho population and area, covered by the , , ,', t ,
Warren will lake mi Iho work nt r,n, London or metropolitan police, had 128 .., , ...
. ... V . ..... . . I l..ll.l t.. ,C - .1 .l IU""'K . "I 111111
ana win devote Ills time ana energies "'u"i"J
towards making an
fire shown tiom this
had valuablo experience in making ex- "'K "8 lrioiuinnie oi wieir uimca, 1,1
LII.I.. .. ..... ' I - ... . . i l.inliK. Hill In, III. nnlU. In unit
iiiuim ni iuu anil touniy lairs, mil f " ""-
already has a large assortment of upon. Out of that number 34 convlc
gralns. grasses, canned hulls, nuts, tlona wero secured, while In lOcasea no
terrible reports ot tho projected assault. wlml "l0 u,1"1",, HUt" wo,,ul el't
While not hatanlliig a guess whether l. prove, while, on tho other hand,
tho fortress can Uo carried, for thu bo. J.,u,8 Thomas r ay in his reply
siionoi, 10 n reiiaiu uxient, mo iianu
I,..., ,..,f ,liei?nrH aru utterlv reirdiillniia nf llf... I
of Products. ':r,:i:r .".V,. .? ".?."', ,,uu they are conlUlent that General Btocs.e ' "' "."
committee from the ','1 u .oo.. will U, bt to make such an attack I . owo ll..?.ntlon.of
.1 club, which has 000. had 24 murder, a.t year. There ol costliest in history. ' . ,7. " L ..?.i
.,.... I ii i i ii ii I I i mi 1 1 1 in I'll t ui i-uii v itviiuii ui vim iiciium
an exhibit of Unc was no "iindlscovere.1 cilme," as the Russians Lack Ammunition. ant. at this time, and under thu tire.-
at fhe'UwIaiinil niark muidercrs wero all arrested except in . Q ,, ... ...ii,..,.' . ....,i, u
, IICIV VUVY VvlllUI llll'Vl I
Shanghai coirosDoudent cables thut.
according to rolUble Infoiiiiatiou re
st l'ort Ailhui
past few days
tig to lack of ammunition. This
beyond the pale ol the stntuto ol limi
tation. This point was made clear In
an objection raised by Judge M. I,.
IMpes to the Introduction ot the fl I Inic
affidavits and recoids ol proof tirought
OMMIVIII 1 HIV I
' : . V nddeii turn lor tho worse In tho con- by tho piosecutlon fiom the land olllco.
exhibit that will were, .e . nv ue uuie u. .. e crime or ,., of , -,,,,.,, 0 tho forties at Oiegon City and deslll to bo used
of the kind ever be- commii.eu eiiicuie-, lour oilier case" . . i,,,,.n evidence In the case. These ranera
county. He has were those ot olllcers who did the kill- nf ., ,,, l,,,,,i , .., i. uZ were dnte.1 In lVceinbei. 1000. whlln.
ianeso shells. tha Indictments were filed on Maich
STARVATION IS NEAR.
14, 1004, more than three ycai. alter
the time nf tlin alleged conspiracy.
This contention Is answered by tho
etc., and will add to this by securing arrests were made, and In 53 casea ar- pnlla0n nf Tnrkru u l I"ow"0 "' ' claim that Ihr-
the best that can be pro.luced ol . imU aid not iel. n not ,0 provo M
klnila nl nrmlnrln lufnr hn nnn no nf I une Uln WH Iinnxcu in VlllcnKO. - iviiimi. imiuinmi.
the exposition. Ihe county has nl- In Pari, only 15 murdcis orattempl-
conaiiiracv directly, but to show tlin
Wnnlilnutnn. Kn S. A ,ln, nl l..,...t .. I. 1. ... 1 1.. .... l lU, 1 1 1.....
ready made an appropriation to dolray J mimlor. were committed ,ln the same sickness, hunger and statvatlon has name.' and to .how that there was a
the expenses ot collection. period. Moie than eight time, as C0Im, to ,il0 statu department from Mr. plan In embryo, though it. consumma-
ranny mi mom in uiicagu as in i aris, Noiton, tlie American couml at liar- tlon did not work out for some tlmo.
Rich Ore of Dohcmla. anu six times a. many as in London. poot, In a rrport upon the condition ol .Iterwards. This view was taken by
CottageGrove Twelve tons of ores "8 ,OM OI ,I,,0,, 0UB" tr,n'8 " the Hassun population In Mush district, tho oouit, who overruled the objection
m I mm I a mnrn nrnminunl wlin isuiinarnil I ti .. . t . A I... .
telected from the Bohemia mining dls- ,7i,T. r . mf. T . . L ZZ.. ..i i. i. 1."B m"V" 01 oi the delense ami adinllle.1 the painira.
..t,. i.... .v.,r., r r...i t . mr. r.r: v,vor" oi 10 ".tM . te.tion
trlct have Deen shipped to Toitland for In thrco years the homicides In the aaved anvthlni! but Ihelr Uvea N,rl
exhibit at the Lewis and Claik expo- United States numlwred 31,31)5. The BVery houso In the legion was ransacked
sition. Three thousand pounds aie , . " '
alreadv at Portland at Ihe bureau nl I000.- ln the s.inio perlcxl there wero
. . . . . 11.111.1 1 . .1 1 0 ,T
nfnrm, nn Innlh.. .h .m.nl . wii uii i,iiiwiud .1,0,1
be made In Ihe amin. Wh.n .11 iJoor irouoiea, tne ourning oi ne
ore is assembled Bohimia will be ren- Kioea. iawie8.ness inuoiorado,
resented by 20 tons of ore that cannot
kn ulln.l n II U'n.lt .1tl,.
VAVV..V... A.. ..V.IIh,, DUIIbllUi . . ...... . .
of minerals, ha. been here several dnva. uisunguisneu jurilis ami educator.
assisting in'tbe accomulatlon ol these fre.1u?lwl a "'v" ,lmt the" lncre.ee conlei Wfre vpl ,wy
to rimn dahdiiads.
L-.. . . I 1 1 . . .. , .
j-.iunciB iioiii uiu reiKiri nern iii.uv i n.i..! nM. n n.-.. m
ruU,.t ul ,iu moio ,c'nitiiiuilk umnj III nnu .... rniniiillin
tho hone that the sad story may bring Powcr for Commission.
relict to the unfortiinato SiiHiins. Washington, Nov. 21. Interstate'
"Worst of all." Mr. Norton savs. tranipoitatlon matters, wltli speclflc
"their Hock, and herds, nractlcallv the reference to the Axing of lallroad,
only souico ot food, raiment and In- freight rates,;formed the subject ol an
important conference at the Whlto
ores and announces that he is much
gratified with this collection and the
vigoious manner in which the minora
ol Bohemia collected these minerals.
in lawirroncas ciitiaiiKeia ne iiuuro ui i ti.i.m imf,,rliinl... .11., vnnmv n I llntlln vealerilar. Ilv nrnvlnna an.
i ne nation. r0, . aliort limn an allnwanrn (mm H. lHiliitnieiit tlovcinor Van Ha lit. of Mln.
Eovernmcnt of 1 cent tier canlta tu'r dav Incaola: Oovurnoi Cummlni. ol Iowa:
nnr ncn rniu r0i subs stence. are now without food K. r. Ilacon, ol Mllwankee, chairman.
and without a nroeiect ol foal for the ot the Interstate commerce law conven
Japanese Sutler a Severe Repulse at coming winter. The diseases usually tionj Hank luny, ol Milwaukee, re
port Arthur. lollowing njon right, expoeure, ex-
Mukden. Nov. 0. The J.nanew ,u" "V" ,oou
ma.Il, . fr.h .Mark nn PnnlllnfT lilll I ,u,7 irt-wiiliiiK f I'lUCllllc.
WOULD MAKE WAR IMPOSSIBLE
Poultry Show at Albany,
Albany Tho executive committee of
the Central Willamette Poultry asso
ciation met in this city and perfected
arrangementa lor their third annual the night ot November 22. The ad
poultry show, which Is to be held in vanclng ranks weie decimated by the
Albany, January 18 to 21. inclusive. Russian .hell Ore. Some ot Ihe Jan.n-
Prize, for the three best birds of each eso secured lodgment on the slows ot Britain Dcllevcd to Pavor Re-Enact
kind In each class will be given, as In the hill, but wero driven out at the ment of Olney-Paunccfolc Treaty
uiu imo.. iuico iimi uuui iu w i rtoini oi me oavonet. wnen me who e n on ri i
offered as special premiums, one tote Japanese contingent lied. A similar Herald comment, on the fact that tha
5l MittiMeLlr'SS made thoaamon.Kht aouth ZZ Zco ol 'he Ang.me "
mIiV. . . ',r ' B.be?t.,pen.,.ln V'8 o'Krdagsou, which was also repulsed ( treaty was announced on Novem-
It l . T, . , '7 7n a onyonei cnarge. iiio japaneeo fc,r q hut that It has not yet Iwen
091 ,"?,T, Vy.' . . VA?', iRnl- The paper conjectnrea that the
was 30 killed. A band of 1,600 Chi- ,iinv n.a l. ,ln in tl... Im.lln.iln., i
letary of the convention, and It. A.
Iligbie, ot New Yoik, an olllcial of the
National Lumber Dealer.' association.
called on the president to tirgo him to.
use his Inlluence toward the enactment
ol a law which would confer on the In-
lentate roiiimoiru commluslon power
to fix railroad freight rate. In the com
merce between .late..
GETS DOODLE fUND BACK.
the best collection of cock, cockeiel,
ben and pullet In the show,
St. Louis Man Will Recover S75,O0O
As Result of Court Decision.
HI. I nula. N'rnr. J4.Jn.lsn U',wv.l. nr
nese bandits, with six guns, under Jap- tu, government, to bring about a re- U'o circuit court, In tho case of llcnry-
anese olllcers, coming from the dlrec- enactment of the Olney-I'aumefote Nicholas against Thomas II. Barnes,,
tlon of Lie Liao river, was in conflict (,kiaty of J897, there being uninistak- formerly president ol the Suburban,
with three sotma. ol border icouts nesr Hble evidence that (ho advisability ol railway company, the German instltu
kaluan early on Ihe morning of No- luch C0Hr,o j, Mtlg r,)nail)crcj, tlon, Kills Walnwright and others, de-
m ..no i.ia.neu iui-nVhlle tho treaty of 1B07 may not tit clued yeslerday that the plaintiff was.
Contract for I, OOO-foo! Well.
La Urande Senator A. McDonald
of Allcel. has Just made a contract
with Mr. Hunt, an epxert artesian
well digger ot California, providing for vcmber 23.
the .inking ot a well 1,000 feet deep out giving the bandit.' battery time to present condition. In its entirety, it entitled Id recover $75,000, the boo.Uo.
lortno union bounty Arteaian Well come into acnon. ine uanuua made ,vonlU be an easy matter, tho imner lund placed on deposit with the I.ln-
company. Ihe location of the well de- leeuio resistance and HeJ In nil Ulrec- myt to cj,B0 t accordingly, retain- coin trust company by the Suburban,
pends on which farmer In the vicinity lions, leaving 200 of their number r. iinu..vi... ,ilful Ivuin ui.M. comnanv to bribe member, nf II,.-
of tbe well gives the most toward the dead The Russian loss was trilling. are Rrgey jn oxcesa of tho bonds ere- house of delegates, for thu roa son that
expense. Thomas McConnell has a A Japaneio column o( two companies atej between the United States and Mr, Nicholas was Infornusl the purpow-
won uowil Bl una nine lo B uepill OI """" 'itu u wicubio Ilia Itunamil nll.nr rnnnl, li.m l.v II... vnrlmia .r.,nt I.,, lor WHICH tlie Innnev ml 111 lm nnnlla.1 .
Kit I i l i , .... n.L .n ......... no I...,, I.-.. I .. I 1
uLt eek aim upeiaiiuiiB nave ueen pub- i vno. ,.a..& ui. ituiuinwi tmv uivj i now endiil0 II this COUISU Were!
pended until tho arrival of 000 feet were met by two separate divisions of takcrl el'nd Bay, war between the
f 1. I t. 1 I . I I Wn.ai.n nn linlan nn.l .Ul,.n nfl t.ilil. . . . w ' . I
iuuo ui ton.ug Hiiicu una 'jeeu uruereu. i .u00.... lavu.i .m .n.icn w nun i United Hlatcs and Great Britain WOU III
China Pheasants are Scarce.
Albany (Jhlna pheasants- can now!
be legally sold. The law provide, that
bo almost an Impostlblllty.
Storm Isolates Villages.
London,, Nov. 20. Unprecedented!
Urges Russia Make Treaty.
St. Petersburg, Nov.28. Tho Bourse ornment olllcial says, according
Chile Will Not Sell Ships.
Now York, Nov. 24. In dliciisalinr
roporis circulated In Kurope relatlvo to
the alleged snlo of Chilean warship, to.
uussia tnrougii voiomiila, a high gov-
nine last id uay.oiwie open season I nnwf .. ,. . ,...,, ntn .Oaielte revive, the oucstlon ol a new Herald dispatch from Valparaiso
l V. .i . Y.I ' 1 ' " Lln,. M.n.i. . i i. ' ' Jcommerclal ticaty with the United "This new. Is absurd. It 1. unworthy
Ijinu Commissioner Klcbards urges
that no moie forest reserves bo created
until experts have reported.
The case of Senator Button, of Kan
aas, accused of accepting a bribe, will
come to trial in a few days.
stalks, and are able to keep warm 'and sales far exceed those of previous
through the freezing nights. It Is im- years. Several quarter sections are re-
possible to build campQres in the corded as having been sold at 19,500,
trenches within sight of the enemy,
Will be Scenic Road.
Merlin Work on the road to Gallce
is progressing rapidly, and when it is
completed it will be one of the most
scenic drives in the Northwest. The
Russian Ships at Suez.
Suez, Nov. 20. The Russian battle
ships Slssol Veliky, flagship of Rear
Both armies in Manchuria occupy Aumirai oelicersam, and tlie navarin, roali follows Rogue river, and at
audi strongly fortified positions that arrived here today from Port Said, place Is cut around a bluff 100
neltner appear inclined to attack unless The flasshin exchanged salute, with above the river and In an almost per
possessing a preponderance of numbers, the British cruiser Ueimioe, while the pendlcular wall. Above tbe road the
The Japanese probably have moie hand nf h N'nvnrln nlnvnl tha n.iHoi. bluff lifts about 300 feet, but a narrow
available troops. anthem, followed bv the Maraella'ee bench extends most of the way around
From a repoit Just issued by the de- ?d Khedival hymn. The rest of the 'eblun. "ich ' 'o'lo- Te
nattment of commerce and labor, show, division followed at short Intervals and "ancu ouBoiiuaieu wining: company
ing amounts denOBited in savlnes banks the whole of the division is now anch- ' 8,.ra?.8ea. . P? . elephone
throughout the world. It is found that oreo- ir the Suez roads. The transit of "on malice to this point
trie canai was wiuiout incident.
iui uo iuiu. ua.ieii.-u ur ciiiini.KCU. I l"""' - B,.l. Tl,c n.... I, .. 1,1. nl tlin a irlitpat nttonllnn. In
i. . v, ' eterywnere in me norm I satiafactlon that tho negotiation of 'or international law, Chile occuplc
v..,, UUn,, . railway communication is delayed, and commercial treaties form, a part of mo samo, n not a higher level than
scarce. The birds are so scarce. In in anm,. narta ontlmlv at
. ,, , , , I " w. . ' iviv 1 I.-BI1C1B, tlWuntl TUI O III I 'HI Mill IUI I litl I - n --y.- i-m ii vs n J1VUII TV
act, mat practically no nunting is ar instance, of funeral, being snow- coming administration, and that tho Chile Is placed on tho South American.
ueiiiB uorie or nas oeen uone in me bound between tho house and the come- consummation Is grealy to bo desired continent 1. no reason to Imply that
mii ri ",u """"Mtery, and children havo hail to ho dug between Russia and America. Commur- l an uncivilized countiy.'
.... lu vaj. 0IU 0I anus between their houses and i la wars, the Gazetto adds, are In the
the schools. Even in West Cornwall 1 1 nnt run nlmnfit au rnntlv nml ilUna. I
Paper Mills Resume Operations, and the island of Jersey. whre snow tmm at armed hosilliile. and emmllv
r ...... .... , ... " . I . . l
uregon t-iiy aiwi Having ueen snur, is a raruy, neavy lairs are leporieu. useless and unnccesrary.
Inyesligatc Beef Trust.
Kansas City, Nov. 2(1. T. A. Car
rol), a Bpecial Agent of the department
of commerce and labor, ha. bi'en In
Kansas City for a week quietly Investl-
the United States, with less than OK
per cent of the total population consid
ered, contributes over 29 per cent of
tho total savings deposits recorded.
Chamber Offers Us Co-Operation.
Astoria The chamber of commerce
Dredgemen Leave for Panama.
Chlcazo. Nov. 20 Two dreifoemen. has directed the secretary to Inform
The deposits In the United States total the first engaged foi work on the Isth- 'he county court that the chamber will
3,000,170,000. mian canal, have left Chicago for Pan- co-operate with the couit In arranging
aina. iiiey were William ilates, dredge lur "uup tumny exuiuu at me
The Rod Star Una steamer Kroon- nntlnir. ami Tl.lllnTtna i.l i.ii.o. Lewi, and Clark fair. A com in un Ira.
land, reported lost, has arrived in New craneman. Thev ware enffavn.! H.rn.iol! tlon wa. received from Major fngfltt
v-l. I.. ... . . . . . o " " I . ., ., . . . i , . , ,
a., tlie omce OI me international llrother. oiaung inai souuuings niiu oeen maue
John G. Brady has been reappointed ,10J ' Steam Shovel and Dredgemen, ' Pin 'ieie a I are load of rock
governor Of Allaska. r uie meuiueni ui wmcu orgauization will I "I'. '
oh nireu lor me worx. xne engineerfi uitw "lu "i " wir
YOH" ,cu,"'u will receive 100 and the craemeu 1105 ero lounu
n llnnBnvAll'a now naltlnut I .... . 'I
down'for five week, because of an un
precedented low stage oi water jn me Revolutionists Couse Panic. Cannot Prejudice Japan
nvcr, iiio iiauer uinia jiavo leaumeu i KharkntT. linn a. Nn oi Tl. t.i.i. ... no i ...ii .,
operation here. Resumption of work Jw eoclcty met at the unlvtisity here of Russlsn In't TiJiiorti lo sow dlncdrd gating thu alleged bef trust. Uo called
at mese large institutions lurnlshes 4J6 ycsteiday In order to draw up a tele- between Japan and America and crcato on tho packer, and took their lists and
mpn Willi rttttnlnr amnlnvm.nl flnil v I . -1 . , ... I '. . !.!..., ...... .,.
.. .... ...,..,.,..... " Krnii! ui uungraiuiaiion to interior .tun- the fee ng in Ameiha that Japan', visneu niiicrior., wrio wero canon upon
materialy add to the monthly payroll Ister Svialopolk-Mlrsky, embodying ,ucfesa in the nrosent war would leo, to furnish lece'ptcd bills nml other In.
inmisciiy. also the wlshos of the people lor re- pardizo America's position In tho PhiM formation that might bo of use In a
Tine Dlsnlav from Dlue River !?'m' V .ny , "i Wwfe "ot ",em,,e" ' Ippinos, nothing could bo more thlrncr- 'or v plating tho antl-tnist Jawi.
nne Display from Blue River. tl)e BOcMy including women, wero li. n l. .l.,.,l,tf,il wi.nti.Hr n.n.t Mr. Carroll loft tho city tea ay. but will
exhlhli atT'Ll! n.l ri.,k e,nV.L .Pf"!r.V J mo,m,,e" Ol,I,05cd . H u'f '" l'"''1" a ' W'W tIce in Japan's tetuin after ho ha. conferred with some.
. ... ...... , u.Dja.vu u i.iu iuil-kuuh hb useress, esteem and allectlon than Amorirs. loaimiaive chuiu iiuooin.
m i " J 'Ti V:.n Jn ,,1C The writer says this sentiment ia ol I
:n lu. t..i ...ui ...... u... . ii , i 7 . ... inu nrner nay. una sunt merit is oi
111 be stored unt 1 such time as the midst of the tumult n largo number of long and unchecked growth. It began
posl lon is in shape to receive t. revolutlrnary proclamations was show- under the diplomatic ug mo of Town"
le miner, are ail Interested in the ered on the audience. ."i.i'.i.1 """ B"o oi
matter and will make a fine display.
' Pine Horses from Europe.
Eugene A 0. Ruby has Just return
ed from Kurope, where he has been
Panama Chiefs Hostile.
Panama, Nov. 20, Gouoriil Huertas.
I the deposed commandor in chief of tho
Isthmian army, accompanied by a mill-.
tary band ol 100 of his ex-soldiers', has
ln Roosevelt's new cabinet.
Two tramps were killed in a freight
train wreck near walla Walla,
Tho new cruiser Pennsylvania
soon be ready for her speed trial.
la month on the canal.
Looks for Eastern Aoole Market.
ririno on fort. La Grande E. O. Carbine, one of
loklo, Nov. 20. The geneial attack the leading fruit growers in tho Grand
on Port Aithur Is prcgressing, hut the Ronde, has left for tho East with tyro
resuns are unicnown. uenerais naka- car loada of choice apples grown here,
mura and Ealto, leading specially and will visit Now York and other im-
trained bodies of swordsmen, charged portant cities to look up a market for
Into the Russian forts and encaced the the manv annlea that tlin u row ath tviali
Tbe internal revenue tor October Russians in a liand-to-hantl and bloodv to shin East. If the AxnerlmAnt mnata
was $15o,105 less than for the same encounter. The result of the charges with favor, manv car loads will be cent
month in 1003, I has not been learned, I out from here.
The United States and Switzerland
have agreed on an arbitration treaty.
I roops Are Called Out. Tribesmen Wnrru Onaalana.
Lexington, Ky Nov. 24. At 10:45 1 iim.. Nn oa m.,i. .um,.,.n., I irono to Bantiniro lie Verairuas.
0 hi0Ckln8t nlgllt ,,ie '"os')ect 0,R lnou I' being experienced' with camp follow Isthmians are agitating tho removal qf
........ .u. ....... .i iU uuinKiria oi urs. mostiv Uircasaians. Tartars anil caiiiwii mum, uuiuaa iiubiiiiikiuii
..i v. Al . ...i. .1 ci - III.-.-. .
)n Horn tho CaUSCasllS, 'lur"B me ninu .uiiu oi ami uiu niiu
nm.,n.i in . ii, i... Darloii. Tho I nil I ii n't 1 1 1 o fa lmvu deter-
T...I,.. ... .Tr..l.l , -". """"''"....in. " , , .
He left the horses In Per.delton for the In'f n T. , "V. .T. TT, iali wlt". "aKI!e'" and ",CV lo. rf."" V. u,,,ol"f 1 "" V"' u
wnter, " 7,,,V """f u"ul;n m,IBUl""at j,ave committed so many doprodatlons alnauo' ol 1110 wimuruwni 01 11 err
, , wiuiaiaMiva inai severe measures have heen adopt ipi" whuiuuu uiu muumuu iiunuui.
wires Slruna to Ulmlra. arm uepuiy sncrrna to 1110 numhcrof 60 od to get rid of thorn. Tho general
uu,, .ieru ,.ou..ueo.. which had formed on the outskirts of T niostlv Circa
for several conths, and ha. brought ii,k hi,i,. ,1.' 1.11 1 11 V mo"')r "irtai
with him over 30 of the finest horse, nffiti auaM other t.lbes.nen fic
he could find for .breeding ..purposes. V',;:
Eugene Tho poles have been set and !'ad already been put on guard at the nuestion of houslni tho nnnnln nf Mnk
wires strung for the new telephone line J I. on1 al mo "ay police had been don Is seiious, as they flock in fiom all
toEImira, 12 miles west of Eugene, 'ailed to relnfoico the night forco. tho snrrniin,lln cnm.i, fnr tl.n inin.
1 ff.. 1 1.-1 ..r. .1 " o ' - .........
uiiu nu uuuri is now uuuig inuue vy me
promoter to extend the
line to I'lor-
Smallpox lilts Hard.
Billings, Mont. Nov. 24 Smallpox:
Is spreading despite tho efforts o( tho
health authorities. Nino now cases
wero repoitod yesterday, Hovcn mem-
hers of tho l'holan family, living ten
Northwest Wheat Markets.
Poitland Walla Waa, 83ci blue-
stem, 88cj valley, 87Jc.
Tacoma Illuestem, 86c; club, 88c.
Japanese Capture Dlockade Runner. Switzerland for Pence Congress.
Jondon, Nov. 20. TheJananese. nc Borne. Nov. 28 Tho nrealdont nf
cording to a dispatch from Chefoo to the Swiss federation has Informed tho miles west, havo the disease, and thoro-
me tiironicio, are reported to havo I American minister that Switzerland ac 1 1. ono other caso in that vicinity.
capturod the British steamer Tung cepL In prlnclplo President Roosovolt's Hundreds aro being vncolnatoil here-
oiiow, lauen with 30,000 cases of can- Invitation to bo present at Tho Hague dally. Four deaths from tha disease.
ueu meat tor rori Aituur, 1 conierence have occurred,