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E S T A C A D A ........................ OREGON
NEWS OFJHE WEEK
In a Condensed Form tor
this time on
President Roosevelt has told Count
Cassini that Russia had better make
peace and offers mediaion.
by the Czar.
The czar has answered the demands
of his people for peace by ordering the
mobilization of four more army corps.
MEANS WAR TO
A graft has just been discovered in
the British army by which officers and
contractors standing together stole $6,-
000 , 000 .
Ukase, Instigated by Aged
A Return« of the Lett Importent but
Inspector of the New Orleans police
Not L e tt Interetting Eventt
has been dismissed on the charge of
of the Patt Week.
receiving $200 per month for protec
tion of the tenderloin district.
tor, May Be the Precursor o f
a National Assembly.
FAIRBANKS AT C E R E M O N Y .
Magnificent Building Erected by W ash
ington Formally Opened.
Portland, June 3. — The bonds of
friendship existing between the two
greatest states in the Northwest were
even more firmly cemented yesterday
at the Lewis and Clark exposition,
when the magnificent
State buiding was formally dedicated
with ceremonies second only to the
opening day exercises of Thursday.
The spirit of friendliness which binds
the two states together in the great
task of developing and upbuilding the
Northwest was exemplified by the elo
quent addresses of the speakers who rep
resented both the state of Washington
and the state of Oregon, Vice President
Fairbanks, the personal representative
of the president, honored the Washing
ton delegation by his presence and de
livered a short but very pointed and
The condition of the weather was
perfect before and during the cere
monies, but immediately after the close
of the exercises dark and heavy clouds
appeared on the horizon, giving the
impression that the unfavorable weath
er had been delayed because of the
respect the elements held for the great
state of Washington. Long before the
commencement of the exercises, which
were held at 11 o'clock, Washington
ians, Oregonians and visitors from all
parte of the United States began to
assemble in anticipation of the dedi
By the time the hour arrived
for the opening of the ceremonies the
exposition grounds east of the Wash
ington building were crowded with
Hundreds of them were from Wash
ington, and it is said that there was
not a city in the state, no matter how
it ranked in importance with its sister
cities, that was not represented at the
dedication. There were visitors from
even the remotest portions of Washing
ton, who traveled many miles on
horseback to reach a railroad which
would take them to Portland. The
delegations from Spokane, Seattle, Ta
coma and Walla Walla were particu
larly large, the most prominent public
men being in attendance.
Shea, the leader of the Chicago
St. Petersburg, June 6. — Emperor
It is now practically assured that
itrike, hat been placed in jail.
Judge De Haven, of California, will Nicholas' ukase virtually creating Gov
ernor General Trepoff dictator has giv
Engineer Newell hat started on an try the Oregon land fraud cases in en rite to a mighty sensation. It is
inspection tour of tho irrigation work
the imperial recognition of the crisis
of the West.
The Pennsylvania railroad will in the internal affairs of Russia and
A tornado in Lower Michigan dam shortly establish the fastest long dis j instinctively recalls the step taken by
It will be the emperor’s grandfather, Alexander
aged much property, killed two per tance train in the world.
between New York and Chicago, and II, immediately after the attempt to
sons and injured many others.
will make the run in each direction in blow up the winter palace in 1880,
The Hill family made nearly $30,- 18 hours.
when he appointed a commission of
000,000 by the dissolution of the
public safety headed by General Loris
Northern SecurtiieB company.
“ Reaction and suppression’ ’ doubt
The preliminary arguments in the
But little lava is now issuing from less will be the quick interpretation
Oregon land fraud cases will be heard
put upon the emperor’s act as soon as
next week by Judge DeHaven.
it becomes known to the Liberals. Bur
A Colorado irrigation tunnel caved ied in the columns of the Official Mes
An unknown steamer has gone ashore
senger and coming almost without
on the Long Island coast. It is hardly in and buried 25 men.
warning, the ukase is not yet generally
possible the vessel can be saved.
Diplomats of the world look to Roose known, but to the initiated the future
Hope of peace being restored soon in velt as a mediator.
of Constantine Petrovitch Pobiedonost-
the Far East is slight. Japan has
Secretary Morton will resign to be oseff, chief procurator of the holy syn
taised her terms and Russia will fight
come president of the New York sub od, looms large. Behind the scenes
the old man remains as stern and as
It is believed that almost the entire
uncompromising as ever. He left what
Russin cabinet will resign as a result
Chicago lumber yards will be tied up many believed to be his dying bed last
of the czar appointing a dictator with byjthe teamsters’ strike.
Thursday and went to Tsarskoe-Selo,
out consulting them.
where he spent almost the entire day
The executive cbmmittee will pave with his majesty.
President Roosevelt is gathering all
The decision to place in the hands of
the information possible to be used in the streets of Panama city, as indispen
the strongest executive in Russia,
ending the war.
All neutral powers sable to sanitation of the isthmus.
which Trepoff is universally recognized
will stand by him in his efforts.
The Russian admiralty claims to aB being, the power to crush with an
In the Portland city election Harry have received a dispatch from Rojest- iron grasp the political agitation which
Lane, Democrat, was elected mayor. vensky, which he sent from Vladivo has bro.ught Russia almost to the brink
The Republicans carried everything stok.
of revolution, according to public be
else excepting two ward councilmen.
lief, is the fruit of Pobiedonoetseff’ s
The automatic telephone franchise was
W ARNING S E N T T O E N Q U IS T .
visit, for, so far as can be learned, not
carried by about 9,000.
Russia will take such steps when ready a single one of the emperor's ministers
was in the secret. The ukase came Russian Admiral Awaits Orders— Jap
Extreme cold weather prevails in for peace.
like a bolt from a clear sky.
anese Warship Near Manila.
The czar still hesitates between war
W O U L D BE E L EC T E D KING.
Saves the Water.
Washintgon, June 6. — President
New insurance rates may cause a
What Would Happen to Roosevelt If Roosevelt has signed a proclamation
split in the Royal Arcanum.
creating the Maury forest reserve in
It W ere Possible.
A disabled Russian torpedo boat de
Oregon. It is located ir. Crook county,
stroyer has been towed into Shanghai.
between the Great Sandy desert and
Evans, late consul general to London,
The great powers will back Roose was in the city today to pay his re the western extension of the proposed
velt’ s efforts for peace in the Far East. spects to the president previous to his Blue mountain reserve. The original
withdrawal for the reserve was 82,480
A few cases of yellow fever continue departure for his old Tennessee home. acres, but on recommendation of the
to appear daily in the Panama canal In an interview standing for tariff re Forestry bureau this area was reduced
vision, he declared that the people of to 51,380 acres, which were embraced
England loved President Roosevelt.
in the president’ s proclamation. The
As soon as the war is over Russia
“ If the king of England were an chief value of the reserve is the pro
will commence work on an immense
elective office and Theodore Roosevelt a tection of watersheds for irrigation.
subject of Great Britain, he would un
Remedies for San Jose scale and doubtedly be a sovereign.
“ brown apricot” have been discovered what these cousins of ours think of
President Roosevelt,” is the way he
Chicago strike leaders have been ar expressed it.
“ The people over there are connected
rested for criminal libel and again in
with us by so many ties of friendship
dicted for conspiracy.
and kindred that Americans ran dis
The Forestry bureau says that with tinguish little difference when they get
care the famous redwood trees of Cali to know the English people.
fornia can be grown anywhere.
have our sympathies, too, and are our
A sailing vessel bound for Portland, warm advocates and friends. President
Oregon, was sunk by a British warship Roosevelt is as much a popular idol
in a collision off the roast of England. over there as he is here.”
Hyde and Alexander have joined
hands to keep Wall street out of the
Equitable Insurance company’ s affairs.
John Hoch, who has acquired noto
riety by having over 30 wives, has lieen
sentenced to death for poisoning some
Norway is preparing for war on
Germany has blocked French plans
A Chicago grand jury has indicted a
number of labor leaders.
Japan is preparing to make another
Whole Scheme or Nothing.
Manila, June 6.— Major Genera)
Corbin at 10 o ’clock this morning re
turned the cair of Rear Admiral En-
quist. Upon his leaving the Russian
flagship a salute of thirteen guns was
Executive officer Ferguson boarded
the Russian flagship today and deliver
ed to Rear Admiral EnqUist the ulti
matum from Washington that he must
either sail at the expiration of 24 hours
or dismantle his ships.
awaiting instructions from St. Peters
burg. Repairing has been commenced
on the ships.
A two-funneled warship, believed to
be a Japanese vessel, has lieen sighted
northwest of Luzon.
It is headed
Big Profits o f Suez Canal.
Washington, June 6. — The govern
ment will not buy the Sunnyside irri
gation work in Washington if the sec
retary of the interior approves the state
of Washington's selection of 57,000
acres under the Carey act in the Yaki
ma valley, according to a letter sent to
Representative Jones by officials of the
state’s selection be rejected, further
consideration will be given the Wash
ington company's offer to transfer its
plant to the Fe«leral government for
Paris, June 6.—The report of the
Suez Canal company for 1904, to be
presented next Tuesday, will show the
following: Transit receipts. $2,477,-
000; financial operations, $17,000: dis
posable assets, $2,207.800, and the
statutory reserve, $41(8,800.
water have decreased slightly, while
the ex|wnses have been decrease«! by
$83,200. An extraordinary reserve has
been provided for this year amounting
to $1,000,000. The increase in transit
receipts was caused by exports of In
dian wheat and coal to the Far East.
Lena will Become Hospital Ship.
Limit on Land Acquisition.
New York, June 5.— A special dis
patch received here from San Francisco
says the officials at Mare Island navy
yard have received from Washington
formal instructions to permit the Rus
sian auxiliary cruiser Lena, now in
terned at the yard, to proeed to Asiatic
waters for use as a hospital ship. She
will put off within a month, and it is
expected her first destination will be a
Japanese port, where wounded Rus
sians can be taken aboard.
Washington, June 3.— The commis
sioner of the general land office has is
sued instructions to registers and re
ceivers of land offices throughout the
courtry that in the future no person
shall be permitted to acquire more than
320 acres of nonmineral public land
under the existing laws.
applicants have been permitted to in
crease that quantity under the timber-
and «tone and soldier additional home
Great Alarm for Gomez.
Havana, June 6.— General Maximo
Gomez, who is ill at Santiago, is in
such enfeebled condition that it was de
cided to bring him to Havana at once.
A special train left here tonight in
charge of Dr. Pereda to bring Cuba’ s
foremost patriot here, where he can be
given the best 'medical attendance in
the island. It is reported from Santi
ago that General Gomez has high fever
and that his condition is much weaker.
Great alarm is felt, for his recovery.