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About The Estacada news. (Estacada, Or.) 1904-1908 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1905)
NEWS OF THE WEEK
[ gation of the sausage business.
Foreign Minister DelcasBe, of France,
; threatens to resign because of the pol
icy towards Germany and Japan.
RUSSIA IN TERROR
PO R TE IS M UCH WORRIED.
Afraid That Italy is About to Seize
Tripoli and Bengharzi.
Constantinople, April 25.— The Sub
lime Porte and the Turkish council oi
ministers is greatly wrought up over
the report that Italy has her eyes on
Tripoli and Bengharzi in Africa, and is
Japan boils with anger at the French
violation of neutrality, claiming she
making ready an expedition to make
has positive proof that the Russian fleet
good her claims of possession.
uses Katnranh bay as a naval base.
information comes from a trustworthy
1 Great Britain may lie called into the
j trouble, and her Hong Kong fleet is in
It is known that the Turkish council
A Resume o f the Less Important but j readiess to go to sea.
Socialism Causes a Panic in Poland,
of ministers has been for some time dis
The Panama canal commission has
Not Less Interesting Events
Where Poles are Being Driven
cussing the question, hut the Porte’s ad
purchased a number of big locomotives
o f the Past Week.
visers are all at sea in the matter until
From the Factories.
and cars for the railroad and w ill equip
the atittude of Great Britain can be as
the line with new and modern rolling
W h ile Turkey has the
I stock throughout.
troops to place in Tripoli and Ben
Russia plans to restore prestige by
The Japanese army is advancing
gharzi to resist the forces of the Italian
from Poland paints a picture of verit government, if it should try to take
northward, preceded by cavalry.
An Italian cruiser set fire to a Guate- j
The teamsters’ strike in Chiciago able terror before the expected storm. possession, it has not the means of con
voying them to the African coast, the
A letter received here reads:
malan town in firing a salute.
may affect all department stores.
“ You know what happened at W ar Italian naval forces standing in the
The Russian fleet is coaling off Hai-
A run on a New York trading stamp
nan island, which is Chinese territory, .store has caused its being closed.
saw, but you only know part of what is
I t is declared that Italy three years
The Russian government has ordered
ago turned a covetous eye on Africa,
The Union Pacific railway w ill build
villages to pay for the damages done by more gasoline motor cars and run them Poland is in a great conflagration of but that the Turkish government’s pro
Socialism, terror of which ¡ b every tests were backed up by England and
on all branch lines.
the protest was received by Italy and
Representative Pinckney and four
Irrigation committees of congress will where exciting a terrible panic.
recognized as valid.
The fact that
others were killed in a prohibition riot tour the West and visit Portland.
expect at Faster a general massacre of Great Britain has just entered into a
at Hempstead, Texas.
Senator O. H. Platt is in a very seri the Russian government officials and secret treaty with France and Italy is
• Nan Patterson broke down on hear ous condition, having had a relapse.
the wealthy, and the blowing up of the the alarming feature of the situation
ing the case opened against her and the
The strike in the Arkansas Valley Vistula bridge to prevent the arrival of from the Turkish standpoint.
trial had to be postponed.
smelter at Leadville, Colo., has been
I t is said that the secret treaty with
troops from Russia.
France allows her complete freedom in
Nebogatoff’ s squadron has been sight settled and work resumed.
“ The police are doing nothing. They regard to Morocco and it is feared here
ed and it is believed w ill join Rojest-
Five miners were killed in an explo
vensky before there is a naval battle.
sion in the Cabin Creek mines 30 miles pretend to be blind and deaf to what is that there is a secret paragraph that
passing on around them. The existing gives Italy the same freedom in regard
Five thousand employes of the Na from Charleston, West Virginia.
If this condition is found
: regime is the cause of discontent, which to Tripoli.
tional Tube works, of McKeesport, Pa.,
is on the increase among the idle work j to exist, Turkey w ill be unable to op-
have had their wages increased from 5
men driven from the factories and rail I pose Italy in her action towards T ri
Chicago who might tell too much.
to 10 per cent.
roads because they are Poles. They poli.
The Great Northern has let contracts say they w ill have vengeance.”
Frank G. Bigelow, president of the
First National bank of Milwaukee, has f<ft the extension of its liAe from Sioux
A letter from Vilna says:
NEW Y O R K C RIM E FIGURES.
confessed that he stole $1,450,000 and City, Iowa, to Ashland, Nebraska.
“ Work is impossible under the ex
lost it in speculation.
The government’s Preponderance o f Male Wildness is -
The State department says it has not isting conditions.
The gasoline motor car, intended for received Minister Barrett’s resignation. endless commissions have accomplished
nothing, and the landlords, workmen
the Southern Pacific for use between
Bonds have been sold for the exten and peasants are convinced that open i -New York, April 25.— Although the
Portland and Forest Grove, is being sion of the Western Pacific railroad
tested on the hills at Denver and Chey from the present terminus at Salt Lake revolt and the bayonet are the only population of the county of New York
I remed es. Easter may witness the in has increased 140,870 during the past
City to Oakland.
auguration of another insurrection like three years, there has not been a pro
Joseph Jefferson, the eminent actor,
Kalieff, the assassin of Grand Duke that of 1863, which began, as this may,
portionate increase in crime, according
Sergius, has been condemned to death. with a Russian massacre.”
the annual report of District Attor
Secretary Hay’s health is steadily
Troops fired on railroad strikers in
declares the government must act ney Jerome's chief clerk.
an Italian town, killing and wounding
; promptly if awful carnage is to be
In the detailed reports of felonies
Abitration has been rejected in the many.
The only thing to be done, there is no marked advance of figures
it says, is to summon the moderates to | as compared with former years. Th e
give guarantees that the promised re- average number of prisoners charged
Russia has increased internal taxes
Oyama Awaits Sea Fight.
I forms w ill be realized.
for war purposes.
with felony who were confined in the
,8t. Petersburg. April 25.— The news
city prison during tbe ^ s t three years
Bryan predicts government owner from Manchuria indicates that Field
was 176. This is the lowest average
Big Storm Downs Wires.
Marshal Oyama’s plans await the re
ship of railroads.
Denver, April 25.— According to re on record.
sult of the naval battle, it being too
The New York building trades have
The number of indictments and com
risky for the Japanese army to under ports received late tonight, a heavy
take serious operations while the out- | storm of rain anil snow has practically plaints disposed of during the year
Forty-nine per cent
The battleship Oregon is to be sent come of the sea fight is in the balance. stopped telegraphic communication to 1904 was 5,039.
to the Puget sound navy yard to be Should Admiral Rojestvensky reach the Pacific coast. The storm reaches | resulted in pleas of guilty. A little
Vladivostok and Admiral Togo still be from Arizona to Montana. In Colo- over 12 per cent of the prisoners were
About 17 per
able to protect the Japanese lines of i rado, after raining for 24 hours, it be convicted by verdict.
The transport Sheridan has arrived
gan to snow torffght, and in some sec cent were acquitted.
at Portland from Manila with the Four communication, the general belief at
The classified list of convictions dur
the war office is that the Japanese will tions a blizzard is' raging.
forthwith attempt to cut off and invest of the storm’s effect on railroad traffic ing 1904 shows a startling preponder
Tne Chicago grand jury has subpoe Vladivostok.
, had been received at midnight, b u t- ance of male criminals.
— , ....
naed a number of bank officials to
serious interference with the operations women were convicted, as against 2,279
testify against the beef trust.
of trains, it is believed, must have re men. Of the 169 females, 126 were
Buffaloes Lose Their Range.
| found guilty of larceny and three of
The Southern Pacific and Santa Fe
Missoula, Mont., April 25.— Thirty-,
systems are fighting to secure control
Poisoned Bullets fo r Police.
five head of buffaloes were shipped this
Of the 2,466 persons convicted dur-
of the California fruit freight.
afternoon from Arlee by M. M iller,
8t. Petersburg, April 24.— In all r e _ j ing the year, 1,610 were natives of the
Delcasse has finally agreed to remain who sends them to a point in Oklaho- cent attacks on the police and adminis- United States. The others were divid
head of the French foreign office, which ma about 300 miles south of Kansas trative officers in Poland, their assail ed as follows:
Germany 182, Ireland
means resistance to Germany in Mo City. The animals are from the fam ants have used poisoned bullets and 95, England 166, Italy 176, Russia
ous Pablo herd, the largest in the daggers.
A t the popular theaters and 171, Austria 62. Roumania 17, Scot
The animals shipped today music halls performers are arousing land 12, Sweden 13, Greece 5, France
It has been officially confirmed that world.
the Russian fleet has left Kamranh were all adults and an exceptionally great demonstrations by singing revo 14, Spain 2, other countries 51.
These are intro
bay, sailing northward, where Togo is choice lot. The Pablo buffaloes are al lutionary verses.
lowed to range on the Flathead reserva- duced as encores, which must be passed
Signal Men for Alaska.
tion the year round, but the opening of by the theatrical censor. Recently,
Chicago teamsters threaten a general the reserve w ill mean the disbandment the performers did not hesitate to lam
Washington, April 24.— On May 15-
60 signal corps men, under Captain
of the famous herd.
poon the royal family.
Carl W . Hartmann, w ill be sent to
Secretary Hay's health is much im
Alaska to relieve the men who have
Narrow Escapes from Big Fire.
Japanese Accumulating Stores.
Pueblo, Colo., April 25.— Fire to
Yinkow, April 19, via Tientsin, April been on duty there for two years.
The Rock Island system is trying to
night almost totally destroyed the en 21.— Few transports are now arriving Their principal work w ill be in connec
obtain control of the Union Pacific.
tire stock of Bergerman Bros.’ store, at Niuehwa.ig. This contrast with the tion with government telegraph lines.
Hitchcock has dismissed eight offi one of the largest furnishing establish rush of traffic since the opening of the
cials in the Indian service for corrup ments in the state, and greatly damag Liao river indicate that precautions are
Good Loads on Schooners.
ed the building. The stock was valued being taken against possible interfer
Willemstedt, Curacoa, April 24.__
The Italian 'government it reported at $125,000, fully insured. The fire is ence by the Russian Pacific squadron. Gold estimated to amount to $1,400,-
to have ordered a nmber of warships supposed to have originates! from a gas Vast accumulations of stores have al 000 and sent by President Castro, of
oline power engine blowing up. There ready been made along the Japanese Venezuela, arrived here a few days ago-
to Santo Domingo.
were several narrow escapes from t l e lines of communication, assuring fall in schooners and an Italian steamer
The Chicago beef trust grand jury flames, several women being carried snppliea to the armies in the field, even for shipment to and deposit in New
hat turned its attention to the investi- from the building.
if the transport service is interrupted.
In a Condensed Form for Our
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
Senator O. H . Platt, of Connecticut,
is dead. Although sick for some time,
his death came rather unexpectedly.
He was 78 years old.
Massacres by Wholesale Feared
OFFICIALS WILL BE THE VICTIMS