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LAW S OUT OF DATE.
FRANK SMITH KILLED
F IB S PANIC
BIO H O SPITA L
Biasing Laundry Causae Patients to
Typkoid and Ptomaine Poisoning Dan
Inquiry Into Second-Class Mail Mat
P lot Half-Clad.
gers o f San Francisco.
ter Is Proposed.
San Franeiaco, May 4__ The 700 pa
Oakland, Cal., May 7.—Poor old San
May 7— Postmaster-
General Cortelyou has recommended to
tients in the general hospital at the Pre-
Francisco, with its old landmarks a
congress the appointment of a commis
aidio were thrown into a panic at 4:15
mass o f tangled and still smoldering
sion to inquire into the subject o f sec
o ’clock thia morning by the cry of
wreckage, and its thousands o f suffer
ond-class mail matter, with a view to ASSESSMENT TO BE COLLECTED.
ing people! The place tonight presents
ascertaining what modifications o f the
present second class laws are necessary Klamath W ater-U sen’ Association Will Oregon Men Not Satisfied With Allot- a scene which no pen can describe.
A t that moment flamee were diacov
Assert Its Corporate Power.
ment o f Wenaha Reserve.
to render its report to congress not lat
ered in the hoepital laundry, which was
What has passed during the nineteen
er than December 10. 1906.
Klamath Falls.—Directors o f the | Pendleton.—Sheepmen o f Umatilla
only n few yard» away. The close prox
In order that all interests shall be Klamath Water-Users' Association a t tcounty have made vigorous protest days since the earthquake and fire is
imity o f the two buildings gave rise to
represented, he has recommended that a recent meeting instructed their at * 'against the action o f forest reserve offi slowly creeping into history. During
the fear that the hospital would be
the commission consist o f seven per torney to proceed to enforce the collec cials at Walla Walla in standing by the the past nineteen days San Francisco
sons and be made up as follows: One tion o f the assessment from the delin allotment recently made of the range in has been a living hell. In the weeks
senator, selected by the president of quent members, after giving reasonable Wenahu reserve. A remonstrance from and months to come, yes, even in the Fugitive Had Doubled ou Hie Track
In anticipation o f such a contingency
Disaster ra ils Hardest on Brain Work
the senate; one representative, selected notice that such actiou would be takeu | Umatilla county has been filed with
and Waa Heading Toward Port
hurried arrangements were made for
by the speaker o f the house; oue officer if payments were not made at once. D. B. Shelter, forest reserve superin years that are to follow, this state of
er* — W hat They Are to Do I*
the removal o f the patients to a place
hell will continue.
land Wbon Shot bp Poeao.
o f the postoffice department, selected About 120 of the 520 members are de tendent at Walla Walla.
by the postmaster-general; one repre linquent, averaging about $7 for each
o f safety.
It is all well enough for the promi
Facts and figures are given in sup
sentative of the publishers of daily stockholder thus derelict, and the asso port of the contention of Oregon stock-
For a few minutes, until the fire in
neut business men of San Francisco,
newspapers; one representative o f the ciation will now assert its corporate men. These in substance are as fo l
the government officials and those con
New Ere, Ore., May 1__ Frank Smith the laundry was gotten under control
semi-weekly and tri-weekly powers.
San Francisco, May 8.— With the sub
lows: O f the total land in the reserve.
and there was no danger o f the flames
Books o f the association closed siuce 700,000 acres, more than half lies in nected with the Red Cross Society, to ia dead. The desperado was shot and spreading beyond that building, pando-
sidence o f the excitement that attended newspapers, and one representative of
the publishers o f periodicals and maga
the earthquake and Are comes a more zines, the last three to be appointed by January 1 have been reopened for sub Oregon. Only 35,357 Oregon sheep were be sanguine over what is being done killed at 11:10 o ’clock by Harry Drap monium reigned among the hundreds
scriptions, but landowners will here admitted to the reserve, whereas 123,000
vivid realization of the misery that has the president of the United States from after be obliged to pay an enrollment Washington sheep were allowed. To add to relieve the suffering o f San Fran er, who was in charge o f the blood o f patients.
hounds that he had brought from Spo
Those who were not dangerously ill, or
been inflicted upon the community. The among those recommended to him by fee or penalty of 50 cents an acre in insult to injury, 58,169 o f the Washing cisco’s stricken people and o f the fu kane to help in hunting the fugitive could help themselves, jumped from
ton sheep were allotted to range in this ture.
number o f people who have suddenly representative publishers of such news order to become stockholders.
their cots and beds, and, hastily don
papers aud periodicals, and a seventh
It is all well enough for these men
state. No Oregon sheep were allotted
A fter being surrounded in the wooda ning what clothes they could find, fled
been cut off from means o f earning a member to be selected by the six, whose
range in Washington. In scaling the to say: 44Well, w e'll build a better and between the Willamette river and the from the hospital out into the cool
Land Office Collections.
livelihood is enormous. The army of manner o f selection is so specifically
Salem.—Secretary Brown, of the state number to be allowed in the reserve the more beautiful city .”
It is all well railroad tracks at this place this morn morning air.
clerks, salesmen, stenographers, book provided. An appropriation o f $25,000 land board, has turned over to the state Oregon men were cut down 50 per cent,
Many o f the indisposed men and
enough for Dr. Devine to say: 44 We ing, posses began dynamiting the un
keepers and tradespeople that poured is recommended to defray the cost of treasury cash received in his office for while the Washington men were allowed
derbrush to bring him out. Draper, ac women did not wait to secure their
have the situation well in hand, and no companied by the dogs, went into the
clothes, but wrapped theuiBelves in bed
into the downtown sections each morn
The postmaster-general in his recent
It is held by the Oregon stockmen one will go without food or clothing.” timber aud Smith waa diacovered be ding and made their exit as quickly as
ing and returned to the residential dis annual report recommends to congress mon school fund principal1, payments on that forest reserve rules were violated
hind a log. He made n desperate at possible.
tricts and suburbs in the evening finds a thorough review o f the whole subject common school fund principal, payments by the manner in which the reserve was
tempt to shoot, but Draper anticipated
In more than one instance men and
take o f the matter.
itself idle and without prospect of em of second-class mail matter aud the on sales o f lands acquired by deed or allotted. The rules specifically provide
him, shooting him through the neck women fled out into the air w :th noth
enactment of a statute to take the place
Lawyers, doctors, dentists o f those existing, which would render foreclosure, $907; common senool fund
ing but their night clothes Scores of
Smith bore no wounds, showing con patients who had the physical strength
certificates, stockmen o f the state in which the re the masses after their fashion o f doing
and their assistants are in a like pre unnecessary the consideration o f such interest,
serve is located shall be given prefer things on a big scale, but there are clusively that he had not been wound stopped sufficiently long to assist more
questions as those upon which second-
rents and payments on sales o f land ence.
ed by any o f the previous shots fired et weak and unstrung men and women
But a small percentage o f these peo class matter now depend. In now rec acquired by deed or foreclosure^ $484.55;
Accompanying the general remon hundreds who are bound to be over him.
from the hoapital.
ommending this commission, the post-
ple are capable o f taking up manual inaster-general in his communication to agricultural college fund principal, pay
Within 15 minutes after the alarm
was given the majority o f the patients
labor, the only kind that is now pre the committee on postoffices and post ments on certificates and cash sales,
the railroad tracks and the Willamette had left the hospital building and stood
claims to land in the reserve allotted
Yesterday and today gave an inti river, about half a mile from this place,
sented, and already upon the streets and roads of the senate, says:
to Washington men.
4 4 The existing statutes regulating the terest, payments on certificates, $291.76;
mation o f the disease and sickness surrounded by posses o f armed men in groups or lay upon the ground upon
on the sites for now buildings may be
bed clothes, watching the firemen and
second class of mail matter are out of
which physicians have feared would who were dynamiting the woods to drive soldiers fight the flames in the laundry.
JOHN D A Y PROSPERS.
seen many o f this class painfully and date; they do not meet modern require
break out. The drinking water o f the
Fire Risk Increase at Eugene.
When the flames had been extin
wearily engaged in the hardest kind of ments of the publishing industry, and
Eugene.—Several months ago a repre People Flocking to That Section from stricken city is polluted with typhoid perado who made a sensational escape guished the nurses, physicians and sol
tasks. What is to be done with the the administration o f them unneces
from the city jail at Portland, and since diers turned their attention to the pa
fever germs. The constant cry of the his flight last week has killed three offi
great number of men and women who sarily and unreasonably hampers the ers o f the Pacific visited Eugene and
tient-refugees, and assisted in taking
publishers of bona fide newspapers and
Baker City.—Many people from over health department officials for days has cers, made his last stand.
could not get down to the level o f the
them back to their cots and beds in
the Northwest are flocking through Bak
common workman is a question that the
4 4 As an indicationofwhatisinetaoinoi houses of the city were improperly er City on their way into the John Day been 4 4 boil the water before drink at Oregon City, Smith was next located private rooms and wards.
Men and women became hysterical
This is easy advice, but, when near Woodburn by Sheriff Shaver of
city officials have asked themselves and
4 4 As an indication o f what is in wired, and were not up to the standard country to take up timber claims. A in g.”
during the progress of the fire, and it
set by the code. Effort was made by
have been unable to satisfactorily an volved in administration, it may bo owners of buildings to have defective few days ago a party o f Idaho people people are cooking outdoors on shat Clackamas and Captain O. D. Hender was with difficulty that many o f them
stated that the question of what is a
went to Sumpter en route to the timber tered stoves and rudely constructed son o f Woodburn, whom he mortally
could be induced to return to the hos
bona fide newspaper or periodical is one wiring made right, while others disre belt, and another party went from this
ovens made o f broken brick, with the wounded, both dying at Salem a few pital. It is feared that the shock to
From this time forward the efforts of about which there may be and often is garded the notice. Now comes the in place.
many o f the more seriously sick patients
the municipal officials and existing citi much difference of opinion. The same formation to fire insurance agents of
For the past three months timber wind day after day blowing a gale, it
The bandit then disappeared as com will have a serious if not fatal effect.
this city that insurance rates have been
zens’ committees will be directed al is true of what constitutes a known advanced on account of defective wir seekers have come from Western Ore is no wonder that the warning to boil pletely as if the earth had opened up
When the fire was discovered in the
and enfolded him. Many rumors were hospital a general alarm was sounded.
most solely to the task of reconstruct office o f publication, o f what constitutes ing. The average increase is 50 cents gon, Washington and Idaho, and much the water is ignored.
a publication originated and published
valuable timber land has been located.
Those in charge of the c it y ’ s affaira prevalent of the murderer being seen Besides the regular post fire department
ing the city.
Active sub-committees for the dissemination of information of per $100. The announcement has creat Last week two parties, one o f eight
during the last few days in various
have been appointed and plans for prac a public character, what is devoted to ed a stir among property holders, and and one o f five people, went out. These across the bay have steadfastly main parts of the district where he was be hundreds o f Boldiers turned out to fight
the flames. It was only by hard work
were Idaho people, who were evidently tained there was no danger from an ing hunted, but nothing definite could that the flames were confined to the
tical work and accomplishments will be literature, the sciences, arts, or some wiring.
satisfied with their locations, as the epidemic. ~ This was the truth a week be found until this morning, when, laundry, which, with its contents, was
presented to Mayor Schmitz this week. special industry, what * s a legitimate
list of subscribers. All o f these ques
last party which passed through here ago. It was too early for infection, weary and worn with his long flight, entirely destroyed, and prevented from
Examinations for Forest Service.
The construction o f temporary buildings tions must, however, be determined in
he was driven into the brush.
was composed o f friends o f the former
spreading to the general hospital.
continues in the. burned portions of the each case before second-class entry can
company. All are from Genesee, Idaho, but now the period o f incubation has
The gray cap, slightly torn in one
The origin o f the fire is unknown.
run, and what the physicians have been seam, which was stolen from the Canby
town and there are manifestations that be granted; but a publication having tion of forest ranger. Aspirants for
met all requirements is positively pro
postoffice, end which Sffiith were, proved
the mercantile element is undaunted by
hibited admission if it be 4 designed pri positions who have not filed applica
his undoing. The stolen cap belonged
Oregon City.— A t a meeting here of break o f typhoid— has struck the city. to Willie Stuniger, who lives near New
LIM IT OF INSURANCE PAID.
marily for advertising purposes or for tions for examination with the United
Yesterday fourteen cases were taken Era.
The relief work is progressing smooth free circulation, or for circulation at States commission at Washington should the board o f directors o f the Willamette
Will Be Oenersus, but Not
W illie was pumping water for the
ly along the lines arranged by the army, nominal rates.’ That such questions, supervisor at Roseburg, from whom ap Valley Chautauqua Association it was to the Presidio hospital, and today a
Exceed Legal Liability.
but a project is now being considered
complex and rendei administration ex plication blanks may be. secured. The
pass along the road wearing his own
New York, May 4.— The Tribune to
o f substituting for the 41 bread line” a ceedingly difficult surely need not be positions are under civil service. Ex Gladstone Park, July 4 next, in cele Ptomaine poisoning is developing. This cap. W illie recognized the cap at once day says:
amination will be along practical lines bration o f Independence Day.
The naturally must follow the constant diet and gave the alarm.
number o f cheap restaurants where hot stated.’ ’
Representatives o f both foreign and
ex relating to forest patrol. Men between grounds will be thrown open to camp o f corned beef and other canned goods
This positive identification brought American fire insurance companies, who
meals will be served at a low cost.
presses the belief that such commis 21 and 40, o f sound bodily condition, are ers July 2, eight days before the con upon which the people have been living out the posses in force, and 200 armed were in the city yesterday, discussed ac
sion, if appointed, will be able to make eligible. Civil service examinations for vening o f the Chautauqua. No steps since the earthquake. This is one. way men with dogs were presently hunting tion to effect a compromise in the ad
COST GOVERNMENT $700,000.
recommendation that will be equable the position of forest supervisor will be have been taken by the people o f Ore that sickness is spreading in San Fran down the fugitive.
justment of losses by the San Francisco
to publishers, relieve them from present held in Portland, Astoria, Baker City gon City towards celebrating this anni
Smith stopped to talk to Flagman fire.
Shaw’ s Estimates for Repairs to Build annoyance and restrictions, and at the and Eugene, May 18.
Archibald on the Southern Pacific
versary, and all will probably unite iqj cisco.
The great companies express a strong
The other and even more dangerous tracks. While they were in conversa purpose to be not only just, but gener
same time protect the interests of the
ings Earthquake Shook.
the celebration that is planned by the
way will come from the supply depots. tion one of the numerous armed parties ous in cases of doubt, but one insurance
Washington, May 8.— Secretary Shaw
La Grande.—Superintendent Allen, of
At these places wagon loads of bread, that has been scouring the country ap president said:
today submitted estimates to the house
SLIDE DAMS CREEK.
peared down the road.
‘ ‘ The adjusters for this company will
Swarm o f Black Ants
after being carted through the streets,
La Grande recently, and stated that the
o f amounts necessary to be appropriated
‘ Well, I must take to the woods,”
strange phenomenon dust-strewn and filthy, are unloaded at said Smith. With that he dashed into not be allowed to waive the conditions
its policies, nor the conditions and
to repair government buildings in Cali
1,000,000 fry and about the same amount was witnessed here last week. A cloud these camps. Typhoid germg will find the brush.
mense Quantity o f Water.
restrictions o f its charters. We have
fornia wrecked bv the earthquake. The
He was surrounded between the rail no more right to pay a loss occasioned
Sacramento, Cal., May 8— A special will be ready to be released within a o f flying black ants settled on many
house committee on appropriations has from Woodland to the Sacramento short time. Operations at the Wallowa houses, some making their way inside. their way into the bread and into the way tracks and the Willamette river, by earthquake than wo have to pay a
a mile below New Era.
decided to take this matter up tomor Union says:
When they settled on the side o f the
loss of life. We are not an earthquake
insurance company, nor a life insurance
The threat o f flood in tb^C apay val tory. Salmon have commenced jumping houses they were so thick as to make would by drinking polluted water. So
row and bring in a separate appropria
ley, resulting from the slide of earth
tion bill covering the items.
CARRIED 300,000 REFUGIEES.
The salmon, the insects resembled ordinary black
Insurance men estimate that the com
that has fallen from the mountain side mile above La Grande.
Now for the half-hysterical and
The items include $10,000 for the ap and dammed the waters of Cache creek, which in the early history of the valley ants, but there were millions o f them,
panies will ultimately pay from 60 to
praisers’ stores building, $30,000 for the is growing increasingly serious. It may came up the river in abundance, have and there is much speculation as to the nerve-shattered people who still cling Southern Pacific Says Few People L eft 75 per cent o f the aggregate amount of
cause o f the strange visitation. When
sub-treasury, the lower story and roof be assumed that the slide in question
entirely disappeared. It is now hoped
The message from London insurance
Chicago, May 5__ According to official
o f which are damaged; $05,000 for the was in some way the result o f the re that the hatchery will be the means of a disinfectant spray was applied to the passed since Wednesday, April 18, but
to adjusters in Oakland, pub
cent earthquake, and it is now found
mint, $500,000 for the postoffice, $0,000
Last Wednesday there during the exodus from San Francisco lished this morning, should have read:
insects took flight, and have not been earthquake.
to be 1,000 feet wide and to close com restocking the. river.
for the revenue cutter storehouse, which pletely the water course. Ever since
was a terrific shock, and this morning following the earthquake and the great
‘ ‘ Under any circumstances, the Brit
seen in this locality since.
shortly after 10 o ’ clock another hard fire, carried 300,000 free passengers. ish offices will only pay the losses for
Improve Orchard Tract.
was totally destroyed, making in all the occurrence the waters have been
tremblor that sent men, women and This total is for the nine days from which .they are legally liable, since to
Specimen Road Work in Marlon.
La Grande.— The Red Apple Orchard
$011,000 for Ban Francisco. The Ban steadily piling up behind it, and was
children from their homes and buildings
go beyond their contracts would be il
found by measurements taken this
Salem— Judge Scott has been advised into the streets screaming mad in April 18 up to and including April 26.
Jose poetoffle* was injured to the ex morning that a depth o f one hundred Company, which owns a large tract
O f these passengers, 07,000 were carried legal.
about three miLes north of town in the
tent of $35,000, and the Oakland post- feet had been reached.
fright. How long the people’s nerves to interior California points, 7,684 to
‘ ‘ They cannot recognize any liability
of the department of agriculture, that
I f it had been taken at an earlier foothills, is planning extensive improve A. E. Loder, engineer in charge o f the will stand this is unanswerable. They other states and 226,000 to suburban for damage by earthquake where no
ments. About seventy-five acres will
are a brave people, these folks who points around San Francisco bay. The fire ensued, nor for damage by fire to
To make the appropriation ample to stage the dam might have been blown
be cleared and the ground put in con mile of specimen road building near this have passed through the earthquake
fallen or ’ partly fallen buildings, nor
cover damage not as yet ascertained, the up with dynamite and the waters re dition for the planting of apples. There city, will commence work about May 15. and fire, but there is a limit to all value of these free transportations is for damages to buildings pulled down or
leased without danger to any locality,
estimated at $456,000. This comprises
secretary recommends that $750,000 be but it is now too late to do this, as it is already a large area of growing trees, It is expected that many will be pres courage. It simply means that, if the only the movement from San Francisco; destroyed by order o f the San Francisco
ent from all sections o f Western Oregon
appropriated. The estimate is accompa would but precipitate the flood that is including fifteen acres o f 12-year-old ap to witness the building o f this road on earth continues to groan and tremble, figures as yet not having been compiled authorities.”
the most courageous will give up and on the free transportation from Santa
nied by photographs o f the buildings,
old trees. There are five or six springs scientific principles. A barbecue will quit the city.
Heavy Loss in San Mateo County.
Rosa, Vallejo, Sacramento and Stock-
taken after the damage. The secretary debris, and there is some hope that it located on this tract, and it is the in be served while work is progressing,
Indeed, in some quarters men of au ton.
may absorb the water or cut out grad
San Mateo, Cal., May 4.—The losses
takes occasion to submit a brief refer ually and the water pass in harmless tention of the company to enlarge some one day being planned for special en thority are talking o f sending all of
In the opinion o f Traffic Manager
tertainment o f visitors.
the women and children out o f San Fee, the most encouraging feature o f in San Mateo County resulting from
ence to reports on file in his department, quantities. Should it give way to the o f them, forming a lake, which will be
Francisco. This is talked o f by no less the situation is the fact that not only the recent earthquake can never be even
showing the heroic conduct o f the fed pressure the results will be very serious stocked with fish.
authority that Captain Kennedy, who are most o f the refugees staying in Cali approximately estimated.
and a large area o f country will be
PORTLAND M ARK ETS.
has charge o f the United States gener fornia, but that three-fourths of them every building in the county suffered
Make Road Through Reserve.
have found temporary homes within
Wheat — Club, 7 1 0 7 2 c ; bluestem, al hospital at the Presidio.
Pendleton.—The first step in the so
Turkey W ill Fight.
Greely Given Ready Money.
broken furniture or crockery. Here, as
elsewhere, brick and stone buildings
Washington, May 8.— Following rep lution of the Umatilla reservation cat* 7 2 0 7 3 c; red, 6 9 0 7 0 c; valley, 70c.
Found No Killed Looters.
Alexandria, Egypt, May 8.— Advices
suffered the most. The loss o f life, was
resentation made to the war depart tie trouble was taken a few days ago
Oats— No. 1 white feed, $ 2 7 .5 0 0 2 8 ;
Ratos Raized Wantonly.
San Francisco, May 7.— The records
received here show that the Turkish ment by General Greely, Secretary Taft
when Col. J. H. Raley, as attorney for gray, $27 per ton.
Chicago, May 5__ Declaring that the small. In Half-Moon Bay a painter and
o f Coroner Walsh disprove the widely
tnoops on the Egyptian frontier are be has placed at the disposal of that offi
circulated stories that large numbers of railroads were oppressing and discrim two children were killed in the collapse
the stockmen, presented a petition to
Barley — Feed, $23.50024 per ton;
ing strongly reinforced, and there is cer an amount approximating $300,000
people were shot and killed by the sol inating against its members, and had o f an old adobe building. Tbe heaviest
the county court asking that a road be
breming, $ 2 4 02 4 .5 0 ; rolled, $24.500 diers during the great fire that followed been so doing for the past six years, losses were in Redwood City, where the
grave apprehension here that the sultan
priated by congress for the relief of opened through the government tract. 25.50.
the earthquake. Of all the cases handled the American Shippers’ Association met new $150,000 courthouse was almost to
contemplates a hostile movement, should
the San Fraucisco sufferers. With this This petition will be acted upon by the
by this official ami his deputies, in only today at the Auditorium Annex and de tally destroyed.
the British carry out their expressed
Hay— Valley tim othy,$ 1 2 0 1 3 ; clover, one was it found that death was due cided to enlarge its scope and influence.
money General Greely will pay for sup next term of court, and if granted will
o f a naval demonstration
plies already purchast'd. Supplies here be carried to the superintendent o f the $ 7 .5 0 0 8 ; cheat, $ 6 0 7 ; grain hay, $7 to gunshot wounds. The exception was The association at present includes a
WiU Invade New Fields.
against Turkey. A battalion o f Turk
tofore issued, including the tents from agency and from him to the department 0 8 ; alfalfa, $12.
Heber Tilden, killed by a civic guards majority o f the large shippers o f the
St. Petersburg, May 4__ Later devel
ish troops reinforced the garrison at
the quartermaster stores, etc., and
man, who had the mistaken idea, that country, and it is probable in the near
El Rafeh Monday and all along the
Fruits — Apple«, $ 2 0 3 .0 0 per box; the automobile in which Tilden was future the interstate commerce com opments increase the importance of the 1
ion will be granted, and the road will
frontier, according to reports received which had been charged against this finally be constructed.
appropriation o f $300,000, will be re
strawberries, $1 2> 0 1.65 per crate; riding was being used for looting pur mission will be petitioned to make a Russian expedition to Mongolia under
here, the movement of the Turks is in
turned to the army and are available for
poses. The military authorities have thorough inquiry into the railroads’ ac Colonel Nevitsiky, which is to leave
Oregon, 20c per pound.
Hoboes Indolent and Numerous.
records o f two cases o f killings for tions in arbitrarily increasing
the St. Petersburg the middle o f May to
V egetables— Asparagus, 75c0$1.25 disobedience o f military orders.
freight rates on s number o f classifi survey the hitherto unexplored region
Albany.— Hoboes in the Willamette
Bpidemlc Breaks Out.
between the Manchurian frontier and
Trolley Osr Collision.
cations in the last six years.
valley have increased in number since per b ox; cabbage, $2 85 0 3 00 per
Urga. It is now announced that the
Seizing Stolen Supplies.
Boston, Mass., May 8.— According to
Trenton, N. J., May 8.—Fifteen peo
hundred; cauliflower, $2.26 per crate;
the San Francisco disaster. Notwith
expedition will consist of not less than
San Francisco, May 7__ The police
Operators to Stand Pat.
William H. Heabury, agent o f the Mas ple were injured by a head-on collision
celery, $5.00 per crate; bead lettuce,
Philadelphia, May 5__ Representatives 60 officers, and that its first work will
sachusetts reNef association for the re o f cars on the Trenton-New Brunswick standing notices in almost all valley 25c per dosen; onions, 1 0 0 1 5 c per and military authorities are slowly but
surely ferreting out the people who o f ten o f the principal coal and coke be to make further surveys for a rail
lie f o f California, typhoid fever has ap Traction Company’s lines nt Plainsboro, towns offering work at good wages in dosen;
radishes, 20c per
dosen; have abused the free supplies privilege. companies in the Central Pennsylvania road from Kaikhta to Kalgan. and an
peared in San Francisco and an epidem twenty miles outside o f this city, at logging camps and sawmills, the unem rhubarb, 3 0 4 c per pound; spinach,
other route from Urga to Kirin, by
ic is feared. The telegram containing midnight. The cars, one from this city ployed continue their migration. 4 4 We 90 per b ox; parsley, 25c; turnipe, $ 1 0 The detectives engaged in the work are bituminous or Clearfield district, whose which the. eastern region of Mongolia
proceeding cautiously, so that no seiz employes have quit work pending a set
the intelligence was addressed to Lieu and the other from New Brunswick, are all coal miners, not loggers,” or
sack; carrots, 6 5 0 7 5 c per urea will be made unless the officers tlement o f the differences existing be will be thoroughly surveyed.
are --- the —
an 1.25 per
tenant Draper and read by him at the were making their last trips for the 44We
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i__ u k
are certain that no* injury to deserv tween them, met here today. A fter a
meeting o f the executive committee
night, and in accordanee with the naual ’ T '" *
oflip*r» tell them there is “ *“ • M «ti, 80 c « » t per sacx.
ing persons will be inflicted. When it session lasting for several hours it was
Germany Refuses Help.
That part o f Mr. Seabury’s telegram custom, ran by the signal. When round plenty o f demand for labor in the log
Onions— No. 1, 3c par pound.
is established that supplies have been announced that the operators had unan
Constantinople, May 4.— It is report
dealing with the outbreak o f typhoid ing a sharp curve the headlight o f one ging rampa.
Potatoes— Ftncy graded burbanks, secured by subterfuge, the goods are imously resolved not to recede from the
reads as follows:
trolley ear showed the approach of the
6 0 0 7 0 c per hundred: ordinary, 6 0 9 seized and turned over to the nearest position they have taken in favor of ed here that the Sultan has decided to
Scouring Mills Resume.
give way to the British government on
“ Typhoid fever has appeared; epi other. Before the power could be re
60c; new California, 4c per pound.
station. The authorities are being as an open shop and the abolition o f tbe the Egyptian boundary dispute, having
demic sure. Collect all money possible. versed the cars met, and the passengers
Pendleton. -A fter being shut down
Butter— Fancy creamery, 17)4Q20c
Worst yet to come, 1 believe.”
been influenced to that decision bv a
were thrown from the chairs.
since last October the Pendleton scour
telling o f the unlawful hoarding of whatever cost. The operators are mak hint from the French, Italian and Rus
ing mills will resume operations May 14. per ponnd.
sian Ambassadors, who have told him
The mills are now being given a thor
Labor Relief Oamival Abandoned.
Exports to Brasil Fall Off.
Egg*— Oregon ranch, 1801814c per
that he could not expect any sympathy
ough overhauling and will he placed in
Near York, May 8.—The plan for a
W ill Paralyse A ll Building.
Washington, May 8— A bulletin Is first class condition by that time. W. dosen.
from them. France, it is understood,
labor carnival to raise money to send sued by the department o f eommerce
Poultry— Average old hens, 14016c
Chicago, May 7.—‘ ‘ Within two weeks
More Time for Smoot Osso.
took a positive stand for Britain and
to San Francisco was given up at yes and labor says that the trade o f the M. McDonald, o f Roston, has arrived to per pound; mixed chicken*, 1314014c; 20,000 workmen in all branches o f the
Washington. May 5__ The senate com her Ambassador told the Sultan that
terday ’§ meeting o f the Central Feder United States with Brazil aggregates in take charge as superintendent.
broiler*, 2002214 c ; young roosters, building industry in Chicago will be mittee on privileges and elections today she was with Great Britain in any act
ated Union. There was to have been a round numbers $110,000,000, a larger
Plant Big Orchard.
1214 0 1 3 c ; old roosters. 1191214c;
considered the Smoot case, but in view on that question.
parade in which American flags were sum than any year with any country in
La Orande__ W. Lyman and L. Old dressed chickens. 1601614c; turkeys, construction work on skyscrapers and of statements o f several senators that
to have been held out for the people South America. Imports from Brazil
they desired to review certain features
China Hates to Admit Fact.
live, 1 7 0 1 8 c; turkeys, dressed, choice,
along the line o f march to throw money for the fiscal year 1905 aggregated
tural ironworkers. It may not develop
London, May 4.— A dispatch from
The labor carnival committeo $99,483,094, and exports were $10,985,- orchard o f ninety five acres near Im- 2 0 0 2 3 c; geese, live, 1 0 0 1 1 c; geese, into a lockout, but there will necessarily of the testimony, ■ vote wmg postponed
to the Times today says th at,
recommends«! that the carnival idea be 09«. The bulletin says the total ex
dressed, 1 0 0 1 1 c; docks, 1 7 0 1 8 c.
be a shutdown if the strike contin that a vote shall be had on that day. the only thing delaying the settlement
bbandoaed, giving as a reason that the ports to Brasil show a falling off from varieties, including 2,500 Rome Beau
During the discussion Dubois offered the of the French claims growing out o f
international unions had taken up the $15.105,079 ia 1895, to $10,985,096 la ties, 1,000 Ganns and 1,000 York Im
perials. The balance o f the tract, about
W ool— Eastern Oregon average beet, by one o f the foremost building con following resolution: 44Resolved, that the Nanrhang outrage o f last February
matter o f relief
sixty acre«, was planted in potatoes.
Reed Smoot ia not entitled to his seat is China’s reluctance to issue an im
1 8 0 2 1 c; valley, 2 4 0 2 8 c per pound;
the Building Contractors’ Council.
as a senator o f the United States from perial edict admitting that the magis
mohair, cholca, 2 8 0 8 0 c.
Cost of New Manhattan Bridge.
Lina Oat to Maiatlan.
Expect Heavy Fruit Crop.
ths State o f Utah.”
trate committed suicide.
Veal— Drsaaed, 3 1 4 0 7 c par pound.
New York, May ¿ —The lowest bidder
Mexieo City, May 8__ Engineers of
British Gold to Fay
Grande. —Grande Ronde growers
for the erection o f the Manhattan the Mexican National Railway have, report the fruit prospects flattering for
Baaf— Drsaaed bulla. Sc p w pound;
M int Paid Out O r « $7,000,000.
President Signs Appropriation*.
* structure paralleling the succeeded in cutting a line from Dur- this season. It is expected thnt the crop cows, 41406 1 4 c; country stosrs, 6 0 6 c . steamer St. Paul, which sailed from
San Praneiseo, May 5__ The United
Washington. May 4.— President Roose
» „ k i.. . ,
*n8° *° Maxatlan on the Pacific coast, will be twice aa large as anv previous
Muttoo— Drsaaed. fancy, 8 0 8 > 4 c per Southampton for New York today, took Staten mint, which ia being used ns the velt today signed the bills passed by
$1,835,000 in gold, most o f which ia general clearing honte for the benha, congress making appropriations o f
J E W U h * :^
i E for
r \ » ,^ year. u ,-w
‘"« r in -‘ l carloads
r r- *n" «hipped
■* *•-* ' The pound; ordinary, 6 0 6 c ; lamba, with destiaed
ia probable that
for the egcats o f British in has paid ont between $7,000,000 and $100,000 for Mare Island navy-yard and
Farkar Contraction Company, with an (tor oceanic
de railway will build an extern-1 apple and cherry yields will he very pelt on, 9 0 1 0 c.
surance companies to meet their 8aa $8,000.000 to depositors sine« it opened $70,000 to meet emergencies in the post-
# 6 « r o f $6,493,223.
to the oil fields from Teaiutlaa. (large.
Pork— Dressed, 7 0 8 14 c per ponnd.
office department in California.
i Tuesday Inst.
All E lhrts II S u Francisco Turn
T o v iris Reconstruction
Murderer ol Three Officers Meets
Death Near New Era.
THOUSANDS IDLE WHO CAN’T DIG
STOLEN CAT IDENTIFIES FUGITIVE