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About The Eugene weekly guard. (Eugene, Or.) 1899-1904 | View Entire Issue (March 12, 1904)
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Fairbanks Agrees to Take
ON VESSELS Senator
Second Place on Repub
Two Domestics Also
Roosevelt ta3 suggested at J Senator
Fairbanks of Indiana fass agreed to
accept the vice rre-identia1 nomina
tion cn tho Repnl llean ticket if ten
dered him. This information comes
from close life-long, personal and
political friends of tLe Senator who
bare been known to have advised
against what fh<y casidered would
Japanese Fleet Has Not Been be a vital concession on the senator's
Says That it is Stated That Amer
part. Now those friends say they
Sighted Off Port Arthur
ica Has Promised to
bava hawed to the wishes of the Presi
Since Feb. 25—An
dent as has Senator Fairbanks.
Russia Will Soon Have
May Have Trouble
London, Mar. t. -A Central News
dispatch from Po
Arthnr says the
Japanese fleet h - uot been sighted
since Febra"ij 25.
rushing repairs on the battleships
Retvizan and Czarevitch an 1 the
crusier Pallada. All the other dam
aged vessels are now ready for sea.
The weather is now mild, suggesting
an early spring.
Fire is still sweeping the prairies,
immense loss in livestock.
TRAINS [OHIO BRIDGE
Were Killed and Sev
Butte, Mont., Mar. 4.—Three Cen-
ral Montana train« carrying freight
and passengers, have been lost some
where in the scow drifts between
Lombard and Lewiston the past two
days. ylangs of workmen hive been
•aboring day'and night to re-cue the
missing treius b'i' op to 1««< reports
were unsuccessful. The cr.-w of one
train tas reuihad Harlowtown t
It is I elieve.i that t’.e other crews
a.'id passengers have reached nearby
Wellsville, Ohio, Mar. 5—Six men
weie killed and several injured Ly a
freight train falling into Yellow
creek oa tl.u Cleveland A Pittsburg
railroad this morning. The train
and two engines were on the bridge
when it collapsed. The floods are
U. S. Torpedo Boat Destroyers
Ferim, Mar. 4.—The United States
torpedo boat destroyers bound for the
Madrid, Mar. 5.—A snow'avalatiche
Philippines passed here this mornlDg today buried the village of Beas in
the provinco o£ Gcarada. Many
Earthquake in Peru.
people were entombed.
Lima, Peru, Mar. 4.—Earthquake
fbocks, tho worst reported in years,
Dean of Watchmakers.
occurred here Thursday, doing great
No figures on the losses
Boston, Mar. 5.—Edward Howard,
uie yet available.
dean of American watch makers, died
here this morning.
Jewish Residence Order.
Kieff, Russia, Mar. 4.—The order
•ssued several days ago that fmil ies
Jewish doctors who have gone to
the front must live within the “Pale”
has been lesclnded, the immediate
members of such families being per
mitted to reside at Kisbeneff.
Woman Captures Burglars.
urday March 12—Other
New York, Mar.'h 5—Rev. Father
Ernst and two domestics, Mary and
Brady, were burned to
death, aod Fathers Kearny and Jlen-
negan iujured ill a Are which destroy
ed St. Patricks' rectory this morning
at Long island City. The fire caught
in the church and spread to the rec-
Escape was cut eff by the
Offer of Ship Owners
to Fit Out Priva
Fort V'orth, Texas, Mar. 4.—Dis
3t. Petersburg, M at . 4.—Word re patches tn lay repor ttbe loss from t' o
from n< liberti Manchuria |prairie fire and wind stoini in Okla-
. sites that all is extremely quiet [homamuch greater than at first re-
iLcre with no signs of Chinese unrest | ported. At least twenty lives have
b’’ sian officers aro keeping the I been .’ost. in Southwestern Oklahoma,
nese in cl iva touch with events i The tub burned many hours in Ho
.n' the war.
bart, Vinson and Lawton cotinries.
Be Given in Villard Hall Sat
The annual Treble Clef concert will
given In Villard hal' next Saturday
evening, March 12. From all indica
tions th« affair promises to be a com
plete musical success snd is looked
forward to with considerable interest
in University circles. More care
than usual has been taken lu the se
lection of the songs and the membeis
Epidemic Raging in of the club have put in more conslr-
eut practice than ever belvra. Tho
Trans Baikal District -Many
program will consist uot only of club
Jewish Soldiers Sent
songs, but will be varied with mono
logue work, vocal and piano solos
to the Front.
and promises to be the most interest
Mar. 5.—Novoe ing ever given by the club. Floreuca
I St. Petersburg
St. Petersburg, Mar. 4. —The news-1
l>e Bar is piauo soloist; Cora Sha-
Vreuiya newspaper today asserts that
paper Sviet today in discussing the j
ver, leader; Eva Stinson, soprano
sending of American consuls to Man-,
eolist, and Ella McAlister,
¡fit out a large number of fast steam
eburia says the American attiude I
accompanist for the club. The con-
requesting Chinese exequaturs will1
I cert will be given under the football
cause an unpleasantness with Russia '
managemeut and the proceeds turned
A smallpox epidemic is raging in
and adds: “It is nowg stated that!
over to that organization.
America ba.~ promised to give Japan!
i The membership is as follows:
fears that a scourge will spread
assistance with her warships.”
i Grace Mount, Mary Gray, Cora Wold
’ among the troops.
I Daisy Gilbert, Louise Jones, Elsie
Seoul, Mor. 4. - The residence of
i Orcutt, Mary Warfield, Norma Hen
the frout by the government is eu-
Korean secretary of foreign
Uirely disprportioonato to the per dricks, Camille Car.oll, Edna Pres
affairs was blown up cn Wednesday.
'centage of the Hebrew population. : cott, lies« Woods, Cora Shaver, Rosa
Five suspects were arrested.
Dodge, Lulu MuClain,
1 it fo etimated that fully twelve pet
Committees for the St. Patrick's
Shinto priests have been warned by Hill and Aturphy Likely to In. [ranks are Jews, heuce 30,00(1 are now concert and dance to be given on the
proceeding to the scene of operations
the government agaiust an exhibition
dorse Judge Parker
[ asaiDst Japan. This proves loyalty, evening of March 17th by the baud
of hatred against individual Russians.
have been appointed as follows: On
j however not sufficient to suppress
H. Coffman, F. N.
j t be popular anti-eemitism. Fears are
McAlister, J. J. Hughes. On deco
! entertained that a massacre of Jens
ration, Frank Hayes, 11. R. Kuox,
, will occur during the Easter holi 'ays.
Leonard Gross, Lloyd Bellman, Win,
Albany, N. Y’. Mar 5. —It is an-
Gross. The decorations will be en-
derstood that nt the Democratic state
■ tirely in greeu. The adtuissiou to
convention to be held at Albany,
! the entertainment will be 35 cents
April 18th, the Hill forces will have
Which includes everything,
Or supremo control. Hill and Murphy
are in conference, which will prob
dered to Leave Homes But
ably result in the endorsement of
The Thimble Club was charmingly
Judge P>ker’s presidential candidacy. Over
to Carry Away No Food.
by entertained Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. Geo. H. Smith at her apart
Sheriff Fisk Since Rolls
ments in the Schneider block. A de
St Petersburg, Mar. 5.—The com
Lincoln, Neb., Mar. 5.—The Platle
lightful afternoon wa spent at nee
mandant of Vladivostcok has pro River valley, twenty miles in either
dlework and the usual luncheon was
claimed a warning to the Inhabitants jdireclon from l'remont is flooded.
Mrs. M. Schneider was the
fe her lit Fred Fisk and his deputies1 guest of the club.
are kept busy these days collecting
MR. ROCKEFELLER’S NEW HEALTH FOOD
taxes which are coming in at a lively
rate, the average amount collected
per day being about 85000.
Ou last Wednesday, March 2d,
From the Leader: Mrs. Lee Henry
Sheriff Fisk turned $21,710.85 over came up from Portland Thursday to
to the county treasurer, the total ! eujov a brief visit with her parents,
number of receipts issued up to that Mr. and Mrs. Brown.
date being 800. There lias beon over
Jas. Ostrander, the barber, and
$40,000 collected up to date.
Fate Long, returned homo from a
The rolls were opened and collec
, mouth’s visit to Los Angeles, Cali-
tions commenced on February 23rd.
fornia, late last week.
and wife are
spending the winter at Woodland,
[ California, returned home Sunday,
Last evening an exciting and hard greatly improved in health.
fought game of basket ball was I
The lumber was placed on the
played in the armory between teams
ground tor J. il, McFarland’s fine
from the High School and Company
! new two-story business house on
C. Team work on both sides was
1 Main s'reet anjolning his residence
poor but the individua’ work was
near the east end of the bridge this
good and made the game interesting. week.
The soldiers were too much for the
John D. Rockefeller le taking the cheese cure for indigestion.—News Item.
school boys and won by a score of 14 ; Mrs. Carrie Holsinger, of Salem,
to 9. The teams lineup was as fol- stopped over in this oity on her re
—Now York Evening Journal.
turn home from San Francioso to
Soldiers enjoy a brief visit with her sister,
Mrs. ilarry Wynne.
residing in a seventeen mile radius Thousands of acres of farm lands are Paine and Booth
to leave immediately, taking their flooded and residents are forced to Bean
Clint Branstetter and family of
personal effects but no provisions flee. The stock losses will be heavy. Kestley
Gray Junction, arrived in thiH city Wed
stores or cattle.
Farr ington I nosday to enjey a few days visit with
Callison relatives and old fiends, this being
Mrs. Branstetter’s old home, and by
the way, Clint it not a stranger hero
—we all know him.
Russian Newspaper Says
Forces Central New
Cottage Grove Noles.
Soldiers uel'eai Students.
Cleveland, Ohio, Mar. 5.—Three
burglars were captured last night by
Mrs. Fannie Blackburn, a widow
aged 35 years. She is fair but mus
cular and used a hickory club on the
men as they emerged from the cellar,
t'ne by one of the burglars were
Gives Up Office.
dazed und were unable to get away
Washington, Mar. 4. —Isaac Stod- before the police arrived.
lard, Secretary of State of Arizen«, I
New York Tragedy.
has resigned to take effect Aprii 1.
New Y’ork, Mar. 5.—Charles F.
H's successor has not yet been se
lected. Stoddard had difficulty with Mublback, an enamel letter manu
Mrs. Dr. Wall, returned home from
Hanover, Germany, Mar. 5.—Count
Angeles California Sunday where
to territorial legislature Hi the mat facturer, suicided this m?rning after
W. L. Souders is moving his lfon
atempting to kill his neice, Lena Unknown Man Burned to Death Von Waldersee, field marshal, died
tar of fees.
Marche store from the McClung block ! she accompanied the doctor from a
Fresbuicbt, who persisted in receiv
i here this afternoon. He was born to the Warner block formerly oc- [ Portland hospital some weeks ago to
The Sacramento Flood
| April 8, 1832, and entered tho army
ing attentions from a suitor onjeo-
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_ ’s store.
¡ regain his health und strength. She
! in 1850. In August I'KIO, Count Wal- He will be ready for business in^hh |
th“t,‘h® doctor Is recovering
Stockton, Mar. 4.—All local streams tionable to Mublback. The woman
■lersee was in command of the allied
Lave fallen. Bouldin Island is safe is in a critical condition with two
I rapidly, being uble to walk several
new quarters Monday.
'hough a strong north wind may cans« wonnda.
Oakland, Cal., Mar. 5.—An un- j army in China during the Boxi r
known man was hurned to death by I “OJeutent.
broken levees to wash away slightly.
Died —At the family home In this
The Presidio Army Scandal.
lire in F. M.
city, Suuday, Feb. 28, 1901, Gcorgi»
H«scued stock brought to this city I
Baker’s City Hall
Ermine, the bright little daughter of
’« being driven to the footbills for
Sen Francisco, Mar. 5. —Mrs. Edith stables this afternoon. Fifty head of
Madden whose name figured in a sen- horses and thirty buggies were con-| London, Mar. 5.—The Beligan
The free ferry acroos the Willam Dis. II. C. »uu Katherine Schleef,
' sationa! scandal at the Presidio which sumed. The loss is $10,000.
steamer Handel foundered in the E d - ette river at Lowell winch broke from aged one year ami six days, of pneu
Numerous Political Arrests.
caused Lieutenant Rubichon's dismia
glish channel today. The crew WL» Ita ruvorings the other day is in monia.
A Congressional Scandal
1 sal from the army, filed her answer
operation again after having been < ut
Vienna, Mar. 4. —The Arbeite?
Washington, Mar. 5.—The bouse'
today to the complaint for divorce
a week. It is quite a convenience
•dtung asserts that 300 political ar-
committee on postefflees by an ut.aoi- i
Polar Expedition Returned.
■ est have been
made at Lodz, made against her. She first makes ruous vote has decided to report to[
general denial of charges of adultery
Stockholm, Mar. 5.—The Russian
■. laud. The prisoners are given the
Newberg Graphic: James Duncan
the House the Hay resolution call-
M. E. Biair of Blue River City
with Rublchon, then
Polar expedition sailing in 1901 in left bere Wednesday for Eugene
.ternative of impiisoument or en-
was granted a saloon licenso for the
tment as volunteers iu the Russian
where he has secured a good position period of three mouths by tho com-
cruelty and misdeeds of her husband information bearing on charges that Baron Toll, the commander, was
in a hardware and bicycle store.
missiouerH’ court yesterday morning.
She also charges -him with iutimacy members of congress have violated drowned with several companions in
were two other petitlorers
with white and native women in the
Salem a Closed Town.
Cottage Grove Leader:
Sheriff for saloon license but one withdrew
buildings to the department or by
influencing the allowance of higher , I d a small boat from the Island of Fred Fisk was looking after various his petition for fear to many saloon«
Salem Or., March 2.— Every gam-
Bennett tc New Siberia.
matters pertaining to Hi office in would not pay and the other men did
salaries, with a recommenda-1
* i og game in Salem was closed to
this city Tueday. lie has filled the not have hie bonds ready, but bla
night by order of Chief of Police
Hakodate, Japan, Mar. 5.—The
unexpired term of the late lamented petition wiP be acted upon next Tues
•ibson, in pursuance of the ordin Austrian steamer from Vlcdivostok communications from the postmaster*
theriff Withers most acceptably and day morning.
ance passed by the City Co'iDcil last reports that the Ku-iean squadron got general on the subject, which had .
efficiently and will no doubt be the
mebt. The proprietors were quietly frpe of ice at that port last Saturday 1 already been received and which, 1
iiuanimotis choice of hi« party for the
notifies that the ordinances will be and sailed northward pre rniabiy in
rived from the south, quite a num nomination for sheriff in thn com
enforced and as they had no
i doubt hOpe of capturing Japanese merchant- inquiry, All thjs will be made
ber of them being seen flying about in campaign, and, by the way, the
that the Chief meant wbat he
bo said, I meD- jfo attacks have been made on lie Monday.
inters the race
th1» streets today.
a sure sign of Rspubli ran
,b«v pit sway the games without, a 1 nr,rfb«m Japan ese ports so far as I
Secretary Livermore of the locel
II flod ut that the civil service examining board an.
Saloon men bnnrd fro’n
adding. Cal., Mar. 5 —Ro e Fow-
“fat boy's” loo here not been sols
«erj Dotifled that their places of
nounces more eliminations as fol«
aged 14, th« adopted daughter of
Dr. H. F. Ong, of Wendling, who sored, no such thing.
tusine»« must be closed, frout door
Iowa: On April fl, 7. an-! 8 forergl.
wa ■ taken to the Fa!«n> hospital on s
and back, al
n««-r draftsman In the superrl-:.*, 'K
ianapolb, Mar. 5.—The trikfn
' rij^ly disappeared.
The special train t) e other day for i
architect'a office. Salary ¥1100
-a late thia e.fternocn reject,
throat trouble came tip from
Suuday uigut. Saloon men say they the oporB*0T3* compronn??.
- > . On April 19 for m itrou in lb It)
he has been kidnapped. city last night tru"h improved.
'*». comply wllu --.a rtqui. cmeuls.
Ind an tetriio.
BIG STABLE FIRE
COUNT VON WAL-
~ Ferry Boat Running
Saloon at Blue River.
swallows Are Here.
Civil Service Exanr.