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E ST A C A D A .
NEWS OFTHE WEEK
In i Condensed Form for Oor
DRIVE O U T C A S T R O .
S E T T L E A L L P O IN T S .
Venezuela Is T o Be Opened to Am er
ican Capital and Enterprise.
Delegates at Algeciras Conference
Complete Their Work.
New York, April 3 — The World to
day says: One of the largest merchants
in New York said last night that ar
rangemer.ts are being perfected here
and in Paris for an invasion of Vene
zuela, which will annihilate Castro
and open up tbe country to American
capital and enterprise.
A number of rich New York mer
chants are said to be interested in the
movement, which, the promoters de
t’lare, w ill involve the employment of
16,000 soldiers and the expenditure of
$6,000,000 in the campaign under
which Piesident Castro is to be either
expelled or destroyed and a native Ven
ezuelan statesman is to be installed as
In this connection it is said that
Castro, anticipating a successful revo
lution against him sooner or later, has
converted some of his alleged $4,000,
000 into cash and has sent it to A mer
ica and France.
Carlos B. Fuegerdo, Venezuelan con
sul in New York, said last night at hia
home that be had heard such an expe
dition was being organized or being
promoted, but bad been unable to
learn anything definite about it. He
said he nad understood shares in tbe
scheme were being sold.
" I would like to get hold of some of
those shares,’ ’ he said. " I w ill buy
all that are offered."
The consul inquired eagerly as to the
point the expedition was to sail from.
The expedition is to set out soon from
Europe in three large
which are already under
They are to carry about 6,001) volun
teers, with the following quantities of
arms and ammunition: Eight thousand
Mauser rifles of the latest pattern, 24,-
OOrt rounds of cartridges, 600 shells,
rapid fire guns, 8 000 army belts, 1,000
officers’ swords. 6,000 officers’ revolv
ers, 3,000 machetes and swords, to
gether with other supplies.
Algeciras, April 2.— After a prelim
inary session lasting until 6 o’clock
this evening, the conference on Moroc
can reforms registered a complete ac
cord and appointed a committee to em
body this accord in a formal protocol.
Tbe coosumation of tbe work in the
conference was announced in tbe fol
lowing official communication:
"T h e conference has terminated its
labors and accord is established upon
all points. I t bas adopted a definite
text of the remaining articles concern
ing the state banks and customs.
final article, regulating the distribution
of police at ports, was adopted from
the Russian draft. By it France will
police four ports, Mogador, Hath, Ma
gazan and Rabat, and Bpain two, Te-
tuan and Larache
France and Bpain
together w ill police Tangier and Casa
Blanca, subject to an inspector of po
lice. The Dutch delegate announced
that his government declined to ap-
point an officer.
The conference bas
appointed a special committee to revise
the texts of the agreement."
Mr. White, the American delegate,
of the opinion that the result is satis
factory, not only because the immedi
ate future of Morocco is secured, but
because tbe manner of tbe settlement
is satisfactory both to France and Ger
many and removes the causes for fric
tion and restores international relations
to normal. Tbe principals for which
Germany insisted, tbe integrity of Mo
rocco and equal commercial and eco
nomic rights there, Mr. White thought
were recognized, while the special posi
tion claimed by France waa also ac
O F F IC IA L C A N D ID A T E L IS T .
S P E A K E R S FOR C H A U T A U Q U A .
N a m s s a s T h ay Will A p p a a r on P ri Willamette Valley Directors Making
m ary Ballots at Elaction.
Up Program fo r Year.
JEWS ARE DOOMED
Russian Police Have Planned
Massacre at Easter.
SPURRING ON BUCK HUNDRED
H ALF M ILLIO N T O S T R IK E .
Coal Miners ot Whole Nation About
to Suspend Work.
Indianapolis, March 30. — The joint
meetings of tbe bituminous coal opera
tors and miners of tbe central competi
tive district, composed of Western
Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and I l l i
nois, snd of the Southwestern district,
composed of Missouri, Kansas, Texas,
Arkansas, Oklahoma and Indian Terri
tory, last night reached a final disa
greement on the wage scale to go into
effect at tbe expiration of the present
scale on April 1, and the conference of
the central district adjourned sine die,
while the joint scale committee of the
Southwestern district decided to report
a disagreement to the joint conference
of that district today.
It is expected
that this conference w ill at once ad
journ sine die without an agreement.
The action of the two conferences
will directly cause the suspension of
work after Saturday by 178,000 miners
ui-less something unforeseen, like sub
mission of the differences to arbitra
tion, should intervene, and indirectly
will affect 206,500 more miners, not
including its effect on 150,000 miners
in the anthracite field, who were last
night ordered to suspend work Monday.
A national convention of the miners
will be held today to decide whether
miners w ill be allowed to sign tbe ad
vance scale demanded and today re
fused by all operators with a few excep
tions, and to go to work where the ad
vance is offered. Operators employing
25.000 miners in tbe central competi
tive field have openly offered to pay the
advance during the joint conference
The wage scales of all miners, both
anthracite and bituminous, w ill expire
Saturday, except those in Tennessee
and Alabama, where the scale will ex
pire in September. One national offi
cial of the United Mineworkers said:
" I t is a foregone conclusion that all
tbe miners whose scales expire Satur
day will cease work until officially no
tified by the national and district offi
cers that new contract arrangements
have been made governing their scale."
Salem— Tbe foilwing is a list of tbe
Oregon City— The board of directors
Republican and Demrcratic candidates of tbe Willamette Valley Chautauqua
for nomination for senators and repre association is preparing the program
sentatives in congress and state officers for the 1906 assembly to be held at
Proclamations o f Blood Issued, Says
as they will appear on the official pri Gladstone next July. Dr Charles Ed
A Resume o f tha Lasa Important but
ward Locke, who was in Portland 10
League o f Writers, Which
Not Lasa Intarosting Evonta
Republicans: 8enator— Short term, years ago, but is now pastor of one of
Appeals to Russians.
o f tha Past Weak.
Fred W. Mulkey, Multnomah county; the largest Methodist churches in the
senators, long term, Jonathan Bourne, United States, at Brooklyn, N. Y , will
Jr., Multnomah county; H. M. Cake, be one of the speakers.
Bt. Petersburg, March 31. — The
Troops will protect the Banian Jews
Multnomah county; Stephen A. Low Crawford, tbe famous poet-scout, has
League of RussiaD Writers has issued
ell, Umatilla county; E. L. Smith, been engaged for the coming assembly,
Wasco county; E. B. Watson, Multno as has also Rabbi Leon Harrison, of St
an appeal to the Russian people to
The New York legislature is rash ins
Louis, who w ill be heard in two lec
bills for the control of insurance.
unite in the name ot their consciences
tures, on “ Shylock” and ‘ The Glory
Representative, First district— W illis
and self-respect to prevent the Jewish
A ll Zion City has revolted against
and Shame of America.”
C. Hawley, Marion; Samuel B. Hous
Dowie, taking away bis power and
massacres whih, they say, are beyond
Professor Mark B. Beal, of the Occi
ton, Washington; Walter L. Tooze,
doubt being prepared in Boutb western
Marion. Second district, W. R. Ellis, dental college of oratory, of Los Ange
Municipal ownership is the principal
Russia for Eastertide. The appeal says
Um atilla; William J. Lachner, Baker; les, will be the elocutionist this year.
campaign topic in many eastern city
John L. Rand, Baker; George B. Shep Dr. W. C. Sherman, of Sacramento,
that it is not fancy but fact that the
who last year bad charge of the class
police and gendarmes are arranging to
in Bible study, has been retained for
Governor— Harvey K. Brown, Baker;
Floods in Alabama have stopped
let loose the Black Hundred upon the
Other classes will be
T. T. Geer Marion; C. A . Johns, Bak
steamboat navigation for 160 miles
conducted as usual in music, domestic-
members of the poor, helpless race. It
er; Charles J Sehlbrede, Coos; James
science, United States history, elocu
recalls that the Kishineff, Goml and
Beprerentativr Cooper, of Wisconsin,
tion, English literature, physical cul
Odessa anti-Jewish outrages were com
has introduced a bill admitting Porto
ture, junior Bible study and a W . C
Douglas; Claud Gatcb, Salem; Lot L. T. U. institute.
mitted at the instigation of Minister of
Bicans to full United States citizen
Pearce, Marion; Frank T . Wrightman,
the Interior von Plehve, Chief of Police
The Chautauqaa management is in
Neidbardt and Count Podgerichanie,
communication with a great many
President Palma, of Cuba, is confi
Treasurer— John H. Aitkin, Baker; other lecturers and entertainers with
dent the United States senate w ill rat
of the gendarmerie of Gomel.
E. V. Carter, Jackson; Ralph W. Hoyt, whom contracts will be entered into if
ify tbe I-le of Pines treaty which recog
Just as in the past times Bt. Bartho
Multnomah; Augustus C. Jennings, possible. Another meeting of the board
nixes Cuba’s sovereignty.
l.ane; Thomas F. Ryan, Clackamas; of directors w ill be called soon, when
lomew day were arranged by agents ot
Women have mobbed the engineers
George A. Steel, Clackamas.
the government, the appeal declares,
the program will be completed.
at the Courrieres, France, mine, de
Supreme judgtf — Robert Eakin,
the recent proclamations emanating
manding the rescue oi their loved ones
New Rail Lines for Lane.
from the printing office of the police
whom they believe to be still alive.
Superintendent public instruction—
Eugene— Portland, New York and Eu
master at St. Petersburg and that of
Commissioner Garfield finds tbe
J. H. Ackerman, Multnomah.
gene capitalists who recently applied to
the military at Odessa leave no doubt
Standard Oil company has violated the
State printer— W illiam J. Clarke— tbe city council for franchise to con MINERÇ, WIN IN PE N N S Y L V A N IA
anti-trust law many times. Prosecu
that the authorities are privy to the
Marion; W illis 8. Duniway, Multno struct a system of street railways here,
tion of the company w ill commence
announce that they intend to build an Great Majority Will Get the Advasce present propaganda. The aopeal furth
mah, J. R. Whitney. Linn.
er declares that M Katlsousky’s book
Attorney general— M. A. Crawford, electric line between Eugene and
A fter B rief Shutdown.
warning Jews to leave Russia immedi
Douglas; George H. Durham, Joseph Springfield and a steam railway from
A Russian editor has been impris
G R E AT TRADE W ITH MEXICO.
Pittsburg, April 2.— Pittsburg dele ately or be treated as the Jews were
there up McKenzie river to the Blue
oned for writing a parody on tbe Lord’ s
Length of the gates to the Miners’ 'National conven treated by the Spaniards in the middle
Commissioner of labor— O. P. Hoff, river mining district.
prayer, which was supposed to be offer
electric line will be lour miles.
That tion who returned from Indianapolis ages was printed and distributed from
ed by the imperial family.
One line Relations With Republic on the South Multnomah.
Are Very Close.
Democrats: Senator— long term, John of the steam road about 45 mileB. The today were jubilant over the adoption the offices of the police masters of Bt.
was made to read:
" L e t the people
Willamette river will be bridged at
Petersburg and Ekaterinoslav.
PRO G RAM FOR C O NG R E SS.
pav our debts, but not as we pay our
Washington, April 3.— A bullet:n is M. Gearin, Multnomah.
Representative, First district— P. A. Eugene, and the line w ill reach Spring- by the convention of the Perry resolu
The League of Writers claims to hold
sued by the department of Commerre
field up the eastern banks of the river. tion, which permits the operation
proof that massacres have been planned Pan - American Committee Prepares
Tillman w ill have a hard fight to be and Labor shows that the trade of the way, Yam hill. Second district, James
all minee where the wage scale of 1903 to take place at Alexandrovsk, Minsk,
United Htats with Mexico in the fiscal
Subjects for Action.
year 1006 aggregated in value $92,000,-
W hile this action prac Brest-Litovsk, Rostof-on-Don and K -e
March 38.— A program
Bristol's confirmation as district at 000. as compared with $31.000 000 in
Governor— George E. Chamberlain,
Albany--County Judge C. H. Stewart
mentebug. It also points out that the
tically means the disruption, for
torney for Oregon is assured.
has announced that the County Court
anti-Jewish press is spreading insidious of subjects to be considered at the Pan-
1806, and $18,000,000 in 1885
American congress to be held in Rio
Secretary of state— P. H. Sroat, Ma would thoroughly improve a road from time at leaBt, of the interstate agree rumors to excite the ignorant.
Americtn money has saved thousand* Mexico’ s total imports of merchandise,
ment between tbe miners of Western
Janiero, Brazil, beginning July 21, was
of lives in the Japanese famine dis
agreed on today by the cr mmittee of the
Treasurer— J. D. Matlock, Lane.
miles beyonil the city limits, making it Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana and Illi
States, and of her to’ al exports 71 per
Supreme judge— T. G. Hailey, Uma a model drive. This road is now one nois, it also means that there w ill be B IG G EST O F A L L B A T T L E S H IP S . congress having that matter in charge,
cent is s nt to the United Slates.
of which Secretary Root is chairman.
Tbe president and senate leaders
of the worst in the county.
In order no strike of importance in this field
No other country except Canada
In addition to Mr. Root the committee
have agreed on the court review amend
State printer—J. Scott Taylor, K la to make a better impression on visitors and that 23,000 of the 28,000 miners
draws so large a percentage of its im
in the Pittsburg district w ill continue Naval Officers Divided on Building o f is made up of the ambassadors from
ment to the rate bill.
ports from tbe United States as does
Brazil and Mexico and the ministers
Attorney general- Robert A. Miller, prove roads near the city and bring to work, with possibly a shutdown to
Germany has fonnd through the Mo Mexico, and no other country except
Washington, March 31. — Since the from Chile, the Argentine Republic,
them up to the same high standard as work off accumulated stock.
roccan conference that she has but one Cuba sends so <nrge a percentage of its Multnomah.
Chairman Robbins returned from In decision of the house committee on na Cuba and Costa Rica.
Eac i one of the above filed the re those in rural districts. Roads leading
frieml in all Europe, Austria.
exports to the United States as does
He is pleased over val affairs to recommend an appropria
quired petition with the secretary of out of the city w ill be scientifically re dianapolis today.
The subjects include sanitary and
Sir Thomas Lipton has completed Mexico.
the result, and Baid the conservative
quarantine regulations, uniformity of
arrsngements for the building of a
Estimates made by American con
action of the miners reflects great credit
The names of Ogleeby Young and H.
patent laws, international recognition
challenger for the America’ s cup in sular repsentatives and others and by
upon they in being willing to depart of a battleship larger than any now of diplomas of practicians of the learned
Nicholas, Democratic candidates for
Cherry Crop Destroyed.
persons in the United StateB familiar Circuit judges in departments 3 and 4.
Scappooee— Early cherries, with few from precedents, which have been afloat, naval experts in Washington professions, questions affecting commer
The New York Central and Pennsyl with the subject, the bulletin says, in- of Multnomah county, w ill not appear exceptions, are killed by the early againBt individual settlements in order have begun a heated discussion of the cial intercourse and an international
in the official ballots. Secretary Dun frosts. Royal Annes are completely that a great strike might be averted
vania roads are said to have agreed on
size of battleships, which shows that railroad.
It is expected that wnat is commonly
The present lines will capital from this country is now invest bar was obliged to reject their petitions destroyed, as well as early pears.
A p Mr. Robbins said that all the mines of
Admiral Dewey is not supported t 7 known as tbe Drago doctrine, which is
ed in Mexico, Canada and Cuba, of for the reason that they were verified
also be greatly extended.
ples, prunes and plums are apparently tbe Pittsburg district would be in full
which about one-half is in Mexico.
many naval officers in hiB advocacy of opposed to the forcible collection of
by J. T. Milner, who had not himself all in good condition, having been un operation on Tuesday.
An Indiana bachelor found eight
signed the petitions.
a battleship greater than the 18,000- private debtB by one nation from anoth
injured. Nearly all orchards in this
babies on bis doorstep a few m ornings
er, a doctrine adhered to by the United
locality are being sprayed this season.
THREE T R A IN S IN A W RECK
ton Rritish battleship Dreadnought.
He immediately sent for the
REFUSES T O BE DISM ISSED.
States, will come up for consideration
Insu re W ater fo r Land.
Fruits from the 8cappoose district are
county officials to take charge.
Naval constructors are agreed that
in some form.
Salem—The State Land board is pre not inferior to any in quality, as attest
Passenger Train Comes Last on Top
an effective battleship with a displace
A storm at English. Indiana, hie*
paring to enforoe a rule with regard to ed by premiums won at the Lewis and Panema Official on Canal Thrown
down a large tree, revealing the hiding
ment of 20,000 tons or more can con
Out by Police.
he sale of lands reclaimed under the Clark txposition.
IOW A W IL L IN V E ST IG A T E .
Delta, O., April 3.— Piled in a wreck Carey act, which will insure the settler
place of $21 000 placed in the roots ot
Colon, April 2. — Henry Barnett structed for the American navy but
in top of an embankment 30 feet high, ample supply of water for all land pur-
the advisability of authorizing one ship
the tree by an old miser may years ago
Plan to Supply Court Reports.
100 persons escaped Irom injury in a hased. Until recently contracts have
Representative Jones, of Washing
Albany— The County court will prob quarters department, today received a of this type at the present time, and Legislature O rders Inquiry Into V io
miraculous manner in a collision on been enti red into for the sale of land be
not making an effort to provide addi
lation o f Insurance Law.
ably order tbe Supreme court reports—
ton, has a bill requiring all American
the Lake Shore railroad near here to fore the irrigation canals were complet
44 volumes— for use of the court and letter signed by Chief Engineer Stevens tional 16,000-ton battleships to supple
vessels to carry sufficient oil to calm
Des Moines, lows, March 30.— As a
ed or exact supply of water available county officials and the Circuit court. to R. Bermudez, whom he was to su
the sea whenever tbe vessel may be in
result of practically unanimous action
Two freights, east hound, were tied known. In order that there may be no An effort may be made at the next ses persede as commissariat at Cristobal thus make a desirable working unit by both bouses of the Iowa legislature
danger in storms.
up in a rear end collision, with the ca question in future, the board will insist sion of the legislature to secure a meas
today, an investigation of insurarnce
Bermudez declined to accept the letter, naval authorities.
The Chinese boycott is believed to be boose of the train in front, which had on knowing how much water is availa
ure providing that the state etiall furn
companies is to be undertaken in this
slopped to take water, thrown squarely ble for each segregation and the number ish the County courts of each county
At least four battleships of the same state during the present summer, simi
Storer is still recognized as ambas across the trac k of train No 3, a nest of acres to be sold will in no instance with the Oregon reports as statutes and right to take immediate charge, a squad speed and with similar batteries and lar to that which was conducted in New
The mix-up be be„ffiore than the visible supply of sessions laws are supplied to county
equipment are necessary, according to York last fall. The resolution which
sador at Vienna.
tween the freights had scarcely occur water w ill irrigate.
th ' view of the constructors, to be awaits the governor’ s signature pro
officials and justices of the peace.
The Iowa legislature has passed a red when the passenger bowled along,
Nearly the whole staff of the com effective in an engagement.
vides for the appointment of a commis
bill which will not allow any state offl striking the overturned caboose.
missariat then quit work in sympathy
Furnish Ditch is Completed.
One great battleship, even if it be sion to inquire into rumored abrne of
New Mill at Scappoose.
cer to use a railroad pass.
The hj-akes were set, but, going at al
swifter and have more guns than other Iowa insurance laws by state and East
Pendle-on— W. J. Furnish announces
Scappooee—The Brace 1.umber com
them returned to their duties later, ships afloat, they contend, cannot ac ern companies, to conduct an inquisi
Tbe miners convention has decided most a mile a minute, the headway that the Furnsih ditch, which is to re
pany is building a sawmill on a tract
though Chief Cierk Delgardo and 11 complish anything in actual warfare, torial investigation whenever in tbe
to accept the advance wherever granted was so great that, with a crash, the claim 20,000 acres of land in the west
bought of Rev. Mr. Brown. The m ill
other employes declintd to resume and is no more effective than the slower commission’ s opinion it is desirable,
by the |coal operators and work will passenger locomotive jumped the track, ern end of this county, is finished. Of
w ill cut 30,000 feet a day. This makes
continue in those mines.
plunging along the ties, driving the ca this amount of land, 10,000 acres are five millB within a radius of eight miles work. Tbe taking of stock in the com and less formidable Bhips with which and report to the legislature of next
missariat is now going on.
It is not it is joined in action.
year what changes should be made in
Representative Lacey, of Iowa, wants boose ahead. Two Pullmans were tele now ready for water, and there are at of 8cappooae. The new mill will be in
known why Bermudez, who iB a Pana
the laws to prevent a recurrence of any
all agricultural lands ^pw embraced in scoped, but, after the train bad stopped least 10,000 more which can be brought operation in about three weeks.
under the ditch
This laud is adjoin
abuses that may exist.
forest reaervis thrown open to entry
Scranton Ready fo r Strike.
various coaches and slid 30 feet to the ing the big Umatilla reclamation pro
Owing to the continued drouth, Colon
under the homestead laws,
P O R TL A N D M A R K E TS .
Scranton, Pa., March 31. — The an
bottom of the embankment to a place ject which the government now has in
is threatened with a water famine.
Road Tied Up for T w o Weeks.
nouncement of a suspension of mining
Tbiiteen miners who were entombed of safety.
The wreck took fire aud I and. The Furnish ditch is 30 miles
Wheat— Club, 66@87c; blnestem, 66
in tbe anthracite field was not wholly
Los Angeles, March 30.— The local
in tbe French coal mine have just been caused a damage of $100,000.
in length, while the government canal @68c; red. 64@65c; valley, 68c.
unexpected bere. The companies have railroad situation resulting from floods
found alive. They were in the mine 20
Oats — No. 1 white feed, $27.60;
will be 22 miles long and w ill also sup
Washington, April 2.— The abandon taken it for granted that there would in Southern-California and vicinity is
days and lived on horse feed.
gray, $27 per ton.
ply wattr for 20,000 acres.
Outbreak Purely Local.
ment of a number of army posts in the be a strike and preparations were made even worse than has yet been described.
Barley— Feed, $23.50@24 per ton; West and Southwest in proposed in
Another $26,000 has been sent to
Iondon, April 3 — The Daily Tele-
Stockades have been It is given out from the office of Gener
Japanese famine sufferers through the vraph’ s Toklo correspondent says that
recommendation for the redistribution built, guards have been hired to pro al Manager W ells, of the Salt Lake
National Red Cross. This makes $126,- Premier
Salem— Attorney General Crawford,
Saionji regarded the out
of troops prepared bv Lieutenant Gen tect property, and all the minor offi route, that the washouts between Cali-
H >y — Eastern Oregon timothy, eral J. C. Bates, chief of staff. I t is the
000 sent through this source.
break in China as purely local and not in a letter to the district attorney of
cials, firemen and office clerks have ente and Las Vegas are so serious that
:. ' ° “ mon,’ ,1S purpose of the general staff to have as been asked to sign an agreement to the roadbed cannot be repaired short of
Troops have been called out to sup indicative of an anti-foreign spirit in Umatilla county, holds that the state @14; valley 1 timothy,
the counsels of the governing authori law levying a special tax on all foreign
many brigade posts as possible.
Two help protect the company's properties two weeks to admit the passage of
press riots at Winnipeg, Manitoba.
ties. Marquis Saiorji also said that sheep entering this state is in reality a $7.50@8; cheat, $6@7; grain hay, $7 or three years would be required to in rase of a strike. A ll the companies trains. The Southern Pacific also re
Announcement is made at Cleveland, both Japan and Russia were moving license and coming under the police
effect the changes. The poets recom will make an effort to operate.
ports farther trouble today.
Apples— $1.60(3)2 75 per box.
Ohio, of an advance of from )4 to 1 It their troops home with reasonable ce regulations of the state can be enforced
mended for evacuation are Forts Lie-
washout has occurred somewhere in the
cents per gallon by the Standar I Oil in lerity and when that task was com as such. One of the Circuit courts has
Vegetables — Asparagus,
8c per cum and Davis, Alaska; Ringgold,
San Joaquin valley.
Rate Commission In Ohio.
the pilce of gasoline and naphtha
pleted and the negotiations with China held that this law imposes a special pound; cabbage. \\< § 2 c per pound; Texas; Missoula, Mont.;
Columbus, O., March 31. — The sen
Governor Pattison, of Ohio, is grow for the opening up of Manchuria were and unequal tax, and is therefore un cauliflower, $2.26 per crate; celery, Neb., and Reno, Okla.
General Bates Will Retire.
ate today by unanimous vote pasted
territory would he constitutional. The law was passed by 76@»0c per dozen; bead lettuce, 35@
tbe house bill creating a state railroad
Washington, March 30.— An order
the last legislature and was intended to 40c per dozen; onions, 40c per dozen;
Gold in Skull.
commission and providing for the regu issued at the War department today or
Tbe Chicago beef trust trial has been
keep sheep from other states off the radishes, 20c per dozen; rhubarb, $1@
Tscoma, Wash., April 2.— In the lation of freight rates. The bill was ders Brigadier General Bell, in charge
set for the second Monday in Decem
1.25 per box; spinach, $1 per box; eyesocket of the skull of a huge masto
ranges in this state.
Coal for Missouri Institutions.
amended in some important particu of the staff college at Fort Leavenworth,
parsley, 25c; tnrnipe, $email@example.com per don, unearthed in the “ Forty-Three”
Jefferson City, Mo,, April 3. — Gov
lars, but the author w ill make no ob Kan., to repair to this city not later
gold run claim near Dawson, a few days jection and tbe concurrence of the than April 9, and report to Lieutenant
The Ohio legislature has provided for ernor Folk, through Warden Matt
ago, was found gravel that washed $1,- house in the amendments is expected. General Bates, chief of staff, for assign
a commission to revise the insurance Ball, of the state penitentiary here,
Onions — No. 1, 70@90c per sack; 600 in gold.
has leased a mine near Waverly, from A Land rompany has finished shearing.
Malcolm McConnell, The most important amendment was ment to duty. April 14 is the date for
laws of the state.
which coal w ill be mined during the
owner of the claim, received the word the insertion of an anti-pass provision. the retirement of Lieutenant General
Justice Harlan, of the United States present strike in sufficient quantities to reports an excellent quality of wool this
Potatoes — Fancy traded Burbanks, today in a letter. McConnell cim e out This prohibits any state or any other Bates, promotion of Major General Cor
B ipreme court, may resign.
supply tbe 16 state institutions with season, which be attributes to the 60@60c per hundred; ordinary, nomi from Alaska last fall and brought a public officer accepting free transporta bin to the rank of lieutenant general
nal; new California, 5<R6c per pound; tusk and a few of the bones of the mas tion.
The president tears congress will fuel. The miners at Waverly are paid
and the installation of Brigadier Gen
take no action on tbe Panama canal at 10 per cent more than the*regular scale unusually clean. Mr. Kelsay appre sweet potatoes, 2 la @ 3 ^ c per pound.
todon. The letter received from his
eral Bell as chief of staff by presiden
Butter— Fancy creamery, 20 @ 25c per men today said the remainder of the
aud do net want to striker If they
the preaent session.
Changes Plan o f Tunnel.
should be forced to go out Warden Oregon as a result of the division of pound.
animal had been found, and telis of the
St. Petersburg, March 31. — Baron
Winnipeg, Manitoba, is in the hands
Hall said there would be no difficulty the summer range, and the invasion by
Eggs— Oregon ranch, 16c per dozen. pocket of gold found in the eyesocket. Loicq de Lobe), in order to meet the
Germany Hungry for Islands.
of a mob. A street car strike is the
in operating the mine if the state is Washington woolgrowers ot Oregon’s
Poultry — Average old bens, 1SVb O
wishes of the national defense commit-
cause of the trouble.
March 30.— The London
forced to resort to that extremely.
Censure Dead Captain.
14c per pound; |mixed chi kens, 13(<l
tag, has altered his Bering 8trait tun Times correspondent at Hobart, the
President Roosevelt has again set t
13>yc; broilers, 25 @ $0c; young roost
Washington, April 2.— Captain John nel and Siberian railway project to capital of Tasmania, states that, accord
Miners Not Long Dead.
Storing Wool in Heppner Warehouses ers, 13@13V|c; old roister*. ll@ I 2 c ; son, who commanded the ill fated make the railroad run due east from
Bristol's name to the senate for con
ing to reports from tha Fiji islands, a
firmation as district attorney for Ore
Lees, France. April 3.— The inhab
Heppner — Wool is beginning to ar dreesed chickens, 15a 16c; turkeys, steamer Valencia, wrecked on Vancouv Kansk to the 110th degree of longitude German syndicate, probably barked by
itants have again been thrown into a rive at the warehouses here, where it live, 18 a lflj^ c; turkeys, dressed, er island, is to be severely censured by snd thence northeartery to Yakutsk the German government, is trying to
The Mississippi river is rapidly ris state of excitement, owing to the die will be stored until the sales days in choice, 18@20c; geese, live, 8 a 814c; the government board that conducted Unofficial intimations are given that secure the ownership of Fanning island,
ing and the danger line has been covery of eight additional bodies in the the latter part of May and the first of geese, dressed, 1 0 @ llc ; ducks, 17@ the recent investigation at Tacoma Russia would be glad to have the con which w ill be sold at suction April 17.
This hoard, it is understood, is con cession accompanied by an American I t is feared that the transfer of tbe
reached at several piiata near Bt. mine where the explosion recently oc Jnne. A large crop w ill be produced 19c.
curred. An examination showed that in this county this year, and very little
Hops — Oregon, 1905, choice, 10@ vinced that Johnson displayed lack of loan.
ownership may prove a hindrance to
the miners ha.l not been dead very is being contracted, stockmen prefer lOtgc; prime, 8>g a 9,!gc; medium, judgment and that there waa every
tbe station of the British Pacific cable
Great Britain has asked China for long. Deputy Baatly, of the house of ring to hold nntil the sales days, when
evidence of poor navigation, in that he
7a8 c; olds. 5@7c.
New Battleship is Speedy.
on the island.
6,000 taels for the recent Nanchang deputies, made a sensational state it will be sold to the highest bidder.
Wool— Eastern Oregon average beet, made no calculation for wind or tide
Boston, March 31.— The performance
murder and the opening of the |ort ment, in wh ch he accuses the company
16@ 20c; valley. 24A28c per pound; on the night he ran aground.
today of the battleship New Jersey in
Referendum on Statehood.
of Wucheng Chi.
of paying more attention to saving of
Cut Tim ber Illegally.
mohair, choice, 25a28tgc.
maintaining a speed of 19.18 knots an
Washington, March 30.— That the
its prop-itv than to re cuing miners.
German Colony Massacred.
Prineville — John Dee and A. R
Veal— Dressed, 3<4|$-c per pound.
Tbe Iowa legislature bas passed a
hoar in a fonr-hour endurance run off senate and house w ill reach a crmpro
Eastwood were arraigned before United
Beef — Dressed balls, 3c per pound:
Rerlin, Aoril 2.— A report received the New England coast, coupled with mise agreement on the statehood bill,
resolution providing for an insurance
Elect Viquez President.
States Commissioner M. R. Biggs last cows, 4@6c: country steers, 4>gA6t4e here late Saturday night states that a bar remarkable speed yesterday over a which will permit Arisona and New
investigation similar to that bad in
San Jone, Costa R ca, Ap>il 3 — Lie week on a charge of ratting timber on
Mutton— Dreesed, fancy, o a o tg c per force ot Hottentots surprised a German
New York last fall.
eared mile at Rockland, Me., at a Mexico each to deride for themselves
neaiado Cleto Gonsalee Viqnea, ex- government land. They were held in pound; ordinary, 4 a5 c; lambs, with colony in Southwest Africa and killed 19:18 knot gait, places this vessel at
the question of their admission ss one
Tha Iowa lagislatnre baa killed the minister of finance, waa today elected the sum of $60 to appear before the pelt on, lO a ilc .
11 and wounded six.
No particulars the bead of all American built battle stste. seems a correct solution from
direct primary bill.
president of the republic of Costa Rica. United States grand jury.
Pork— Dressed, 6 # 8 )4 c per pound.
ships so far ac speed is cone trued.