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RIOTING IS RESUMED
RUSSIAN F LEE T A N N IH ILA T E D
Long Expected Battle in Far East a
Victory fo r Japs.
Tokio, May. 29.— It is officially an
nounced that Admiral Rojeetvensky’ s
fleet has been practically annihilated.
Twelve warships have been Bunk or
captured and two transports and two
torpedo boat destroyers have been sunk.
Chicago Police Resort to Clubs
to Preserve Peace.
BUILDING TRADES ARE INVOLVED
• London, May 29.— No details of the
fighting between the hostile fleets have
been received here as yet and none are
N o Prospect o f Immediate Settlement likely to be until one of the Russian
and Mayor and Peace Com
ships reaches a neutral port or the
mittee Give Up Hope.
Japanese government releases the cen
sorship on messages from Tokio.
latter is not likely until the fight is
Chicago, May 27.— Rioting broke out
afresh today in the teamsters' strike,
Only the barest bulletins are printed
and although nobody was seriously
hurt, there were a number of vicious in the morning papers here, but they
fights in the lumber district, during all point to a sweeping Japanese vic-
which the police were compelled to use tory. In fact, the correspondent of the
their clubs, and in one instance revolv London Mail at Tokio, who is generally
most conservative, makes the bold
ers, in order to disperse the mob.
The strike today spread in a small statements that the Russian Baltic fleet
degree throughout the building trades. as a fighting force has been completely
There were a number of instances wiped out, that some of its best vessels
where woodworkers refused to receive are sunk, others are prizes of war, and
the material delivered by non-union the remainder fleeing before the Japan
teamsters and walked out. This move ese vessels. He adds no details, which
in every instance was made by the men is not surprising, inasmuch as the cen-
as individuals only. No official action sor apparently got in his work on his
was taken by any of the trades unions message, which reached this city un
looking to the active sympathetic sup- finished.
port of the teamsters’ strike.
Just what has taken place is hard to
of the labor leaders in the ranks of the say, but the naval experts think that
material trades have declared within Togo attacked the Russians Sunday
the last 24 hours that there is no pros- morning with his destroyers, which
pect in their opinion, of any complete have already scored heavily in the past,
tie up of the building trades by a strike and then he followed up the fighting
o f the men.
| with his whole fleet.
There is no movement at present
looking towards a settlement of th e ;
strike. Mayor Dunne today for the
END N O T IN SIG H T.
first time since the commencement of j
the teamsters’ strike declared that he Chicago Labor Unions All Planning
knew of no contemplated plans for
fo r a Long Struggle.
peace. The mayor talked as though he
Chicago, May 80. — Nothing devel
had abandoned hopes of a settlement.
oped today that would indicate an im
Dever, chairman of the C ity Counctl
mediate settlement of the teamsters’
Peace committee, appointed a week ago,
strike, which has been in progress for
said tonight that he bad practically
nearly two months.
That the labor
ceased work, as the committees could
anions are of the belief that the fight
see no avenue in the controversy look
w ill be a long one was demonstrated at
ing toward an adjustment of the differ
the meeting of the Chicago Federation
ences between the teamsters and the
of Labor today, when arrangements
were made for holding a strike demon
stration July 6 . According to the pres
ent plans It is the intention to hold a
Chinese Did Not Understand.
Chefoo, May 29.— W. W . Rockhill, monster parade of the strikers and the
who succeeded Mr. Conger as American affiliated unions unless the controversy
minister at Pekin, arrived here today, has been ended before that date.
A t the meeting today each union
en route to Taku.
stated that he was informed, at a con affiliated with the central body was
ference with Chinese at Shanghai, that represented by three delegates at the
it developed that the stories given wide request of President Dold. The strike
circulation by the Oriental press, to the situation was discussed in all its de
effect that the Chinese were contem tails and the sentiment of the meeting
plating a boycott on American goods as was that the teamsters should continue
a retaliation for contemplated Am eri the fight until the seven express com
can legislation against Chinese immi panies should offer some sort of a com
gration, were the result of a misunder promise. The officials of the express
companies are still obdurate in their
declaration that no concessions need be
looked for from their side, so the mat
All Found Not Guilty.
Trenton, N. J., May 30. — H . J. ter of settlement through this channel
Stone, H . C. Quintard, Charles W . seems as remote as ever.
The Dubois Lumber Company
—= of Estacada, Oregon
M AN U FACRU RERS OF A L L C L A SS E S OF
H igh Grade Building Material A Specialty
Are Going to Build We Can Fit
Out to the Top
MOULDINGS OF A L L M AK E
For information and prices, call on JOHN B. H A V IL A N D
our local agent in Estacada, Oregon, or
C. E. 1)1 BOIS, Manager
Telephone connection direct with the mill
Thos. J. C U R T I S ,
. . . . P io n e e r R e a l E s ta te M a n o f E sta ca d a . . . .
Also some excellent town lots
N O TAR Y PU B LIC
* TIME CARD
Oregon Water Power and
Offices: 132 1-2 First St. Portland, Ore.
Cars leave Estacada
at 7:37. 9 :37. n : 37. a. m. and 1:37
3:47. 5:37>and 9 o’clock p. m.
Cars leave Portland
at 7:30, 9:30, n ;3 o a . tn. and 1:30
3:40, 5:44 and 7:15 a.-m.
Dr. C. B. Smith,
Dr. G. W. Hill.
P H Y S IC IA N S A N D SU R G E O N S
In Howe’ s Store
Dr. Smith will be at his home in Eagle
Creek evenings and mornings
William K. Haviland, M. D.
PHYSICIAN mm4 SUftttOH.
Office at tfca 4rm g store,
Nlgfct. cello answered.
Way freight leaves Estacada at 7:10 a. m.
arriving at Portland at 10 a. m.
Portland at 10:30 a. m. arriving at Esta
cada at 1 : 15 . p. m.
Excursions every Sunday at reduced
rates, from either direction.
For further particulars inquire of
Night bell at Second St. entrance
W. S. Barber
Best work at popular prices
Agency for the
STAR LAUND RY.
E. L. M E Y E R S ,
Russ and James Russ, of the Nonpareil
Cork works, of Camden, N. J., tried on
Ruisians to Enter Mongolia.
a charge of conspiracy, were acquitted
C H A R L E S L. F E R R Y ,
Paris, May 29.— The Temps this
tonight. They were accused of placing
afternoon publishes a dispatch from St.
iron in life preservers.
Petersburg saying that the foreign min
J e w e le r a n d
W. A. DIMICK
istry announces that the Russian armies G. 1 . D IM IC X
P O R T L A N D M A R K E TS .
O p tician . . . .
in Manchuria are preparing to enter
Mongolia in order to avoid a collision
DIMICK & DIMICK,
W heat—Club, 85@86c per bushel; with the Chinese troops, commanded
OREG O N
tiluestem, 90@92c; valley, 85c.
by General Ma, which wonld provoke
Attorneys at Law
Oats— No. 1 white, feed, $28.50® 29 intervention on the part of the powers.
per ton ; gray, $28.50.
The sole reason for the Russian opera N o tify Public.
Hay— Timothy, $14@lfl per t o n ; tions,
_ to counteract
it was added, was
Foreclosed. Abstracts Furnished
clover, $11(812; grain, $ 1 1 @ 1 2 ; cheat, threatening movements that have been
$i r@i 2.
made by the Japanese who are in Mon
Eggs— Oregon ranch, 18c per dozen. golia.
o f f i c r : i , 3 & 4, c a r d s b i . d o ,
Butter— Fancy creamery, 17 H @21 ^ c
OREGON C IT Y ,
Apples— Table, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box.
Sigsbee Will Sail About June 8.
Strawberries— Oregon, $email@example.com per
Washington, May 23. — Orders were
W . A. JONES, Prop.
Potatoes,— Old, $firstname.lastname@example.org; new pota prepared at the Navy department today
j directing Rear Admiral Sigsbee, wboee
toes, 2(&2%c per pound.
squadron has been selected for the trip
Hops— 1904, 23>4@25 c per pound.
All work given prompt attention
Wool__Choice, Eastern Oregon, best, to France to bring to the United States
19@23$4C per pound; valley, 27@2Ko the remains of Paul Jones, to be ready
per pound; mohair, 31@ 3*X c per to proceed from New York not later
All baolneat promptly attaaded to
Dry, any tongth always on hand
j than June 8.
eu coa cm ,
& Dray Line