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Taken to lllino s Home
of pumping out tbe hull of the Slo
cum will be completed today, but it
is net believed any more corpses will
be found there.
Eroui visits made I
by tbe pclice to 1100 families, esti
mates of tbe dead and missing are
now fixed at more than 1000 persons.
A mounter benefit for children suffer
ers of the disaster is to be given to
Post of Chairman of Chi-
c go Convertion.
Chicago, 111., June 21 -8penker
C h Li non id h sick mau. iie whs taken
home to Danville 111 , I -st uignt by
bis dnughtei m h sphcih ! car, afflicted
with malaria. Only the uprerne de-
terG]ina*ion of the man permittei
him to ( reside over the national Re
publican c iti» euiion it no further
serious dev« J puients c huh an at
tempt w'll ‘e t'tade to hate “Uncle
Joe” tu-iH h ,*ea voyage tu 2«ortb
ITALI NS GO
ON A STRIKE
President Accepts Resignation of
Secretaries Knox and Ccr-
his Nerve Sustained Him at the
Effect July I.
Refused and He Shot Her
Twice and Jumped
to Death to the
Washington, June 24.—Tbe presi
dent today announced cabinet ap- i
pointmenta of Wm. H. Moody, of j
Massachusetts, for attorney general,
and Paul Morton, of Illinois, as sec
Detroit, Micb, June 24.—Maddened
retary of tbe navy. Victor H. Met by hopeless love, Charles Swayze, a
calf, of California, for secretary of widely known insurance aeeut of 53,
commerce ana labor. The resigna and married, this morning sought an
tions of Attorney General Knox and interview with Effie Alfo»d, a pretty
Secretary Cortelyou were accepted, clerk in tbe Singer Sewing Machine
the changes to take effect July 1st.
Cumpauy office, on the eleventh floor
Merton dined last nigut at tbe of the Chamber of Commerce bull I-
White House, and had a long confer ing, and when she refused to elope
ence with the president. He hesitated with him Swayze shot her. As she
to accept the navy portfolio on ac - fell, Swayze sh ot himself and leaping
count of lack of special knowledge in from a nearby window was dashed to
naval affairs, but tbe president final death on the pavement.
ly p3reuaded him it was not ueces- was shot twice lu tbe neck, but may
FIRE AT THE
IN THE CABINET
Officials—Plot Discovered in
Surprised Russian Cav
airy and Carried
Time and Frustrated.
Sacramento, Cal., June 25—Warden
Yell, of F.lsoia prison, has just made
publlo the details of a daring prison
break plot on tbe day of the banging
of tbe Japanese, Hidaka, on tbe 10th Also are Occupying Shankokou
irit. About 25 convicts bad planned
--•Heavy Firing Heard
to secure the officers while at tbe
Vicinity of Port Ar
hanging, take away their clothes,theu
force open tbe drawbridge with dyna- i
mite, which tbe eonvitee bad secured,
and make a general delivery. The j
Tokio, June 25—It ia officially an
plot was discovered and the prisoners
locked up till ail danger was passed. nounced that the Jiiniinese troops
which were landed at Taku Shan sur
prised aud routed at dawti the twen
Fire at Geneva.
ty-third S4uadron of Russian eavalrv
Geneva Jone 25. —The most dieas- at a point ten miles northwest of
trona tire in the history of the city ie ShatiKokou, on the Tasbiko road
The Japanese are also occupying
raging in the cld quarters. The his-
toric national cburch, contsiniug I the hr‘gh's north of SaD Taopo. Tbe
priceless pictures and books was de enemy left sixty of their dead on the
stroyed, and tbe cathedral is ia dan battlefield.
Chefoo, June 25. —Heavy tiring was
beard in the direction of Tort Ar-
thur today. Eighteen Japanese trans
ports were sighted going west.
Notes, Personal«, Etc.
PRI ON BREAK
By Daughter Last
purpose of mediation between Russia
slid Japan, Edward Having been work
ing to bring that abo.t for some time
past, llis idea is that tbe Kaiser is
»■ie most suitable person to approach
tbe czar in behalf of England.
George Campbell 1 as purchased %
halt, interest iu tbe Favorite ealouu
on Main street.
Tbe brick for the W. O. W. hall are
expected to arrive from Oakland tbe
first of the week.
The old building’known as the es-
celsior'mill, located at tbe water gate
on Mill creek, collapsed Sunday.
1'he embankment at that polnc washed
out tbe foundation on tbe south end,
which caused the building to fall,
| J. P. Fry.f of Eugene, who pur
chased tbe building adjoining Ander
son's saloon, lias put in a line of con
fectionery, cigars, etc., also two
barber^chairs baie been installed.
MaishalJ Humphreys lias made a
raid ou tbe'eows running at large tn
this place after the hours specified in
the ordinance last Monday night, and
consequently seme eight or teu oows
were put ¡iu tbe pouud. Recorder
Stewart^ was fortunate enough to find
his there tbe n<'xt(niorniug.
Dr. J. C. Gray, of Eugene, has
opened a dental parlor In the E. N.
Casteel buildiugjon Main street. It
will bejopen foi business on Thurs
day, Friday ar^ySaturday of eaoh
week for the preseut aud will be in
charge of E. J. Kicnmond, of this
Last Mouday af a noon at the ap
pointed hour a school meeting was
held in tbe school house, and the
election of a director and clerk was
made. P. M. McPherson was chosan
director to succeed himself, as was
also Clerk J. A. Roberts. The usual
interest was shown. There were only
seven persons present.
Through the kindness of Professor
W.M. Sutton we are able to publish
the annual report <>f tbe Spriugfield
school for tbe year Sliding Juno 10.
Total number of pupils were, boys,
132; girls, 135. The total number of
school days taught was 174, and the
holidays numbered only six. The
whole number of days’ attondanoo
waa 32,146, of absence 2326’«. Tbe
visitors during the year numbered 86.
Gt these nine were parents of pupils;
one county superintendent —News.
Kiel, June 25—Every German war MARKSMEN FROM
hoisted tbe English ensign and
Grove Quit Work On Depot
saluted it with tweuty-one rounds,
while King Ewdard stood on tbe
The Hoo Hoo House Was Destroy-
Y. M. C. A. Will Provide Con : bridge of a yacht,garbed iu a German
troyed—-Oregon Building in
admiral's uniform, aud responded
veniences At the Big En-
Danger For a Time
I oy military salutes
Tbe rear wee Four Men Will Try for the In-
Cottage Grove, Or., June 23.—
campine it Next Month.
deafening. Coming to anchor tbe
Twenty-four Italians refused to go to
terstate Rifle Team at
kalver boarded tbe Victoria and em
work on the Southern Pae die tracks
St Louis, June 24.—Firs this morn
braced King Edward, each kissing
yesterday morning because one of
Tbe members of the military com neait-tily. Ten minutes later Edward
their number, Anselmo Guglielmo, a ing burred the Hooltoo house at the
brother of the voung murderer now World’s Fair grounds. Tbe loss is panies of this city will not De with-! returned the call. Later ou tbe kaiser
The members of the iocal militia
confined in the Portland jail for kill 159,000 with insurance of $20,900. out social entertainment and advan-i and king vent down the bay to wit*
companies are highly elated over tbs
ing his swertiie.irl, was refused a pass The Uuion Balling Company's conces- tages at the big encamp uent near Ta nest the motor boat acres.
fact that four of their number have
tj Portland, wlivie ba desired to go sion in tbs huilalng sutfara a loss of coma next miiuit>. The Young Men’s
been chosen to try for the ride team
$8000. Tbe flamos spread so quickly Cbristli.il As oci-ti us of Oregon.
to visit bis brother.
Tile gang of ’rackworkers were in for a time that it was feared a serious W isbinaiou ami lost o have u Bed in | St. Petersburg, June 25.—Mixty to represent the Oregon troops in the
charge of F. H. Strickland, who nas conflagration was in prospect, several providing laige tenia in wuicb an bod is have been recovered and a competitive shoot between teams from
had charge of raisinq the tracks on occupants of the buildii g haviLg car- abundance of good reading matter hundred and sixty persons are still Oregon, Washington and Idaho a
tbe main line and sidings in tbe yards row escapes. The Are is supposed to will be provided, including the local missing from the ferryboat Bosototu, American Lake during tbe joint en-
at this point,aud bis efforts to induce have s arted from electric 1 iget wires papers from which the companies go. whioh sank in tbe Khoper yesterday. campment next month.
Tbe best twenty marksmen in the COMPLAINS
them to continue their work were in The Texas, German, Oregon and thr Free writing materials will also be
state were chosen to try for the team,
effectual. On Tuesday the men re Mines and Metallurgy buildit-gs ad- provided, to that tbe boys will not
which will consist of tbe best twelve
need to take auy stationery with
ceived their pay, and most of them I.joining were in danger for a time.
them. Baud concerts and entertain
were drinking that night.
Captain C C Hammond, of Com
ments of vari.us eoits will probably
Among tbe men are several agita TWENTIETH CEN
pany A, received word yesterday that
be arranged, games will ht provided,
tors, and it was through the re pre
Sergeant Robert E Morris, Corpojal
Eugene, Or., June 25, 1904.
ice wa'er will be on tap, and otbe
seutations of these men and tbe story
Guard:—Could you inform
of injustice to Guglielmo that their
Furnish, of bls company, were candi your readers why the merchants who
one of tbe four thousand men at the
action was taken. The regular force i
dates ror tbe team,and for them to go advertise coupons free with each 25-
camps will be welcomed at the Y M C
of section men, under Foreman
to American Lake bu June 30, wii“re cent purchase do not give them out?
Welch, were not affected. None of
they will practice shooting uutil tbe During the past week 1 purchased
tbe Italians can speak English, an in Four Twentieth Century Limited, of tbe whole thing ie that It costs tbe r
arrival of the other troops on July goods at several stores who advertise
terpreter being necessary to convey southbound, jumped the track at Loys not a cent. To be sure, it will
7th. First Lieutenant Henry Hunter, coupons, but seldom received a cou
tbe instructions of tbe foreman. Delaware station today. The engi cost tbe associations a good round
Their places were not filled yesterday, neer and fireman were killed, the sum, but money will be provided by Celebration in His Honor of Company C, has also been choten pon. At one of the places 1 made a
i to compete for a place on the team, $9 purchase, and if I am entitled to
and no work was done on the tracks. I baggtgemaster fatally injured, Tbe ' business men who know tbe good
whole train left the track.
and will aocompauy tbe other riflemen tbe coupons 1 should have them with
work the associations are doing.
out having to beg for them. Neigh
tc camp on June 30tb.
During tbe militia encampments in
at Indianapolis This
bors also speak of having the same
J local companies and the members feel experience.
associations have provided outfits 1
that every man sent from here will
to those being arranged for1
YACHT RACE I
COLLISION I similar
(The Guard has nothing to do with
I make tbe team.
this year, only on a much smaller
this matter except being selected as
, scale.and they were used to tke limit.
the advertising medi im. The mer
I Last year tbe 700 troops at the Wash-
Chicago, June 25—Eleven persons , ingtou encampment wrote o- er 200
in trie contest are reliable, and
His Yacht Lost Topmast and Had
were injured this morning In a collis letters a day in tbe Association lent. Receives Enroute From Rear
each anil every oue ha- sigu-d a joint
to be Towed Into the
contract to give a coupon with every
ion between two street cars at a cross- ' The eucapmmebta in many states I
Platform of Ctr -Paugh
WORLD’S FAIR I j 25-
cent purchase, it does not seem
ing, none fatally, however.
. have similar outfits, and the ar y
ters of Revolution Glv««
possible that any of the merchants
officers welcome them and give special
He Threatened to Suicide.
Reception to Mrs,
would intentionally violate their con
1 locations, realizing the great benefit
Klei, June 24—Commodore Plant's' San Francisco, June 25.—The coro to the men.
Big Fifty Thousand Dollar Race tracts, as it would work hii injury to
| them rather than a benefit.—Editor, j
American yacht Ingotnar, Charley ner, late this afternoon, received a
Today. -Track Heavy and
Barr at the helm, the German yacht note purporting to be signed by Mel CAPTIVES ARE
Weather Very Warm.
Meteor, with Emperor William at the bourne McDowell, the actor, indicat
Chicago, III,June 25—Senator Fair
wheel, tbe empiese’ vaebt Iduna and ing that the writer iutended to com
Mardi Gras At Portland
RELEASED banks, Secretary Cortelyou, Postmas
Herr Ballin’s "Hamburg," s'arted mit suicide. The police are searching
ter General Payne,Colonel Dan|Rama-
st. Louis, June 25.—Tbe large
in tbe most interesting of today’s for McDowell. A friend of McDowell
delt and a party of twenty friends of crowd that ever passed the gates <
yacht races. As tbe four yachts claims to bare seen him about 2:30
A mardi gras and carnival will be
Washington, June 25. —Eear Ad mi the Hoosier nominee ior vice presi tered tbe fair grounds tiack thia af- held at Portland June 28th to duly
crossed tbe line tbe emperor's stento p m. His room has been entered, but
riau voice could be beard shouting be ie not there. It is not believed rai Chadwick caoles tbe confirmation dent, left in speoial cars at one ternoon to witness the great$50,000 7th Inclusive.
of tbe release of Perdicaris and Var o'clock this afternoon for Indianapo World’a Fair handicap. When tbe have been provided to make thia tbe
orders to his crew. The German em that be has killed bimself.
ley, tie states that the British min lis. Stops are planned for other In race was called 40,000 people were most successful carnival ever given in
press, in full yachting costume, was
American Horse Won.
ister has railed for Gibraltar,and sug diana towus. The senator ie receiv- I present. Mciiee scratched. Hermls Portland. Special rates have been
on the deck of the Iduna, accompa
nied by the crown prince, while Herr : St Petersburg, June 25,—The Novie gests that the American squadron sail ( ing admirers on tbe rear platform of favorite. The weather it very warm, granted t>y trie Southern Pacific Com
Ballin watched hie quartermaster j Vreyma today laments tbe fact that on a cruise. Tbe department has or the car. Arriving at Indianapolis at track heavy aud bolding
pany for this occasion. Sale dataa
7.15, the candidate becomes tbe cen-
from a comfortable seat near the tbi trotting derby just run at Moscow dered the squadron to sail.
June 27th, July 2d, 3d, 4th and 7th.
wheel of his racer. Prinoe Henry was won by a pure American bred
Mrs. Roosevelt's Summer.
his ntighborv. This morning a dele- Celebration at Marcóla. Call on any Southern Pacific agent
sailed his yacht Orion in another horse,tbe famous Orloff breed not be
' gatlot of Daughters of the Amerlcau
ing in tbe money.
velt, accompanied bj her sister, Mira
A Lumber Fire.
Carew, left thia morning for Oyster I and escorted her to the Uuion League Tbe tug-of-war team of Marcola
’ Kiel, June 24. —Ingotnar won, Ham
School Officials Named.
Cleveland, Ohio, June 25.—Two Bay to pass tne summer. The prrai- where a reception was given tbe can challenges any other team In Lane
burg second. The kaiser’s Meteor lost
county for a contest at that place on
fires, both of inoendiary origin, ds- dent will join here there July 2nd.
her topmast and was towed into the
tba 4th. Dedication of tbe M W A
stroyed $200,000 worth of lumber for
On Monday tbe annual meeting <jf
bsrbor, while the Iduna abandoned
ball, grand dance by tba M W A at
Big Packing Plant.
Nicbola Brothers and J. H. Hahn A
School Dlstriot No.45, Including Cot
tage Grove, was field at tbe school
Or, ie to have a 1500,000 packing lant
I tub race, rack races, three legged building. Ona sebeol director and a
Duwie Back From Europe.
in connection with tbe camp'..gn of
Washington, Jane 24.—Congress
The Guard ia informed that not a gymnastica, penny acramhle, etc, ate. clerk wera chosen. C. II. Vaudeuburg
New York, June 25.—John Alexan tbe Independent Packing Company
man Hitt sat up this morning for the der Dowie, the Zionist chief, arrived □gainst the beef trust. Thia definite alugie empty dwelling honra can ba Everybody Invited to come and have was named director to succeed J. w.
Oowdy. D. T. Awbrey was elected
flrat time since bis illness. He ap here from Europe this morning.
announcement was made in Denver secure! at tbe prerant. Several fam ■ good time.
clerk to succeed J. K. Barrett. The
proves Cullom’s withdrawal of bls
by officers of tbe National Live
holdover members of the board are L.
name at tbe Chicago co
stock Association, who bill journey been suable to get a place In which
F. Wooley and O. O. Veatcb.—Nug
though the latter did not
San Francicso. Cal., June 25.—Tbe
Co — pony’s when preliminary arrangements will
KepuiU from tbe upper country,
at this time las', year, so we sre in
steamer St. Paul, which sailed from be completed.
With tbe exception of a couple (of
Slocum Disaster Victims.
such places as Mohawk and Natron,
formed By a well known architect.
San Francisco for Nome on June sec
Luu |‘iop<r i t Ira.
New York,June 25. —Tbe total num ond. arrived safely at its destination
frost occurred Thursday night, nip Farah L. Heslop waa equally dividad
ber of bodies recovered from tbe Slo- on June twentieth ana started on its
Kiel, June 25. —Authoritative Infor-
two children, Paul Ixiv
„nm diraeter is 908. Forty remain ItlUiU J oevo• Aw «sac» svaicu t-rau
ping . potato vines, watermelon vines tiet.wran TT her
(.‘«ra X--• (, 8« $$
IDOtlUll in ku bur Craw* llirtl IklUK »Al
unbnried and nnidentifled. The work ▼ pr »»1 bad been caught in tbe ice.
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