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The Estacada News
W IL L AD JO U R N E AR LY.
M AN Y S E T T L E R S M ISSING .
Congress Not Likely to Continue in
Session A fter June 15.
Michigan Forest Fire Lays Waste to
Hundred Square Miles.
GRAFT BY RAILROADS
DANGER O F Q U AK E S.
One o f C h ief Reasons for^Committae
Favoring Sea Level Canal.
Washington, May 18. — That the
Milwaukee, May 21.— A dispatch to
Washington, May 22.— Present indi
that destroyed San Francis
cations point to an adjournment of con-
co helped determine the vote ol the
gresa about the 16th of June. The
RE -ELE C T O FFIC E R S.
M AY R E TAIN LICENSE.
senate committee on interoceanio canals
dead, a score or more persons missing,
great debate of the session has been
in favor of a see level type is apparent
brought to a close, the railroad rate Boys' and Girls' Aid Society o f O re I f Solvent, Insurance Companies Will hundreds of families homeless, several
from tbe fact that a feature of the ma
bill has been passed by the senate, and
jority report ia a discussion of tb*
the way is now clear for the regular ap
Balem — Secretary of State Dunbar, four towns wiped out entirely and a
Portland— At the annual meeting of
effect earthquakes might have on lock*
propriation bills and other important the members of the Boys’ and Girls’ who ia ex-officio insurance commission dozen more partially, five counties de
er of this state, when shown the state vastated and 100 square miles of terri
The majority report n
legislation that demands consideration. Aid Society, J. C. Ainsworth, W . B.
Gilbert and Robert 8. Farrell were re ment that Califonia and Nevada insur
This is the dreadful Independents Promise W orse Revela favor of a sea level canal was submitted
In the house of representatives toe elected direc ors, and Miss Helen F. ance commissioners would drive out tory fire-swept.
today by Senator Kittredge.
A Return* o f tho L e tt Important but work is up to date. A ll of the big ap
Spalding was choeen to fill the vacancy companies that quibble over the pay picture that the Northern Michigan
tlons Than Hava Y et Been Made
N ot Lata Interetting Event»
The report says that the ctnal struc
propriation bills, except the sundry on the board caused by the resignation ment of San Francisco fire losses, said peninsula presents today, after the
Public at Form er Hearings.
o f tha Paat Week.
tures would be exposed to injury by
that so far as Oregon ia concerned he worst forest fire since the Pestigo dis
civil b ill, have been passed by that of Mr*. W . A. Buchanan.
earthquakes, particularly the locks at
The annual reports of the officers cannot take any note of what the vari
body, and this last bill w ill be reported showed the institution in a flourishing ous companies do in California or any aster in 1871.
Gatun. I f th* lock wails ahould be
Torrents of land from Vesuvius are to the house just as soon as the house condition.
Philadelphia, May 22.— Railroadcir moved, leakage would result and tbs
Superintendent W. T. other state so long as they comply with
causing death and panic.
In case oi
is ready to receive it. A t the outside Gardner’s report gave a thorough re the Oregon law which entitles them to of the Escanaba <& Lake Superior rail clee are agitated by the well-based re gates would be useless.
road, along whose right of way the port that, beginning on Wednesday fracture of locks, months or years
Marines are being rnshed to Panama two weeks is ample to pass this bill sume of the work accomplished by the do business in this state.
There is on deposit with the state greatest loss occurred, returned tonight when the Interstate Commerce commis might be required for repairs, and
to avert a revolution at the time of the and two unimportant appropriation society the past year. Under the sur
veillance of the scciety in Oregon, treasurer $3,100,000, in interest-bear from a trip of inspection over the fire- sion w ill resume its sittings in this meanwhile traffic wonld be interrupted.
general election, Jane 20.
bills yet to be considered, the general Washington and Idaho there are 498 ing securities, which the 60 companies
I t is maintained that the dam at
stricken area, and says that the flames city, independent soft coal operators
The senate bill incorporating the deficiency and the diplomatic.
Of these there are 7U girls doing business in this state have put have gone down and far the time being will go upon the stand and tell of the Gamboa proposed by the majority of
Archaeological Institute of America
In the senate appropriation bills who are in respectable homes in Port up to secure the payment of any loss the danger is over, unless a new gale business wrongs they suffered at the the board of consulting engineers, is
has been passed by the bouse.
have lagged behind on account of the land. Assistant Superintendent Gard they may sustain and which has been arises to again fan the embers into bands of the railroads. A big inde not liable to injury by earthquakes, for
ner has been appointed to look after finally adjudicated against them.
Estimates have been made for con
pendent operator who bus been subpe- it w ill be built on a solid rock founda
debate on the rate bill, yet in epite of the children who have been placed in
Fifty-eight companies have put up
tinning work on the Panama ctnal to
tion, reinforced with strong walls and
The following summary briefly telia naed by the commission raid today:
private families to Be* that they are
June 30, 1907.
The total amount is
“ Worse revelations than have yet buttressed at each end with walls of
rock. Nor are the side slopes of the
Peter Lafond, a cook, smothered in a been made public are to come out.
Only one company has notified the lumber camp near Katoe, body found
ant the society now haB county advis
w ill be shown through independent Culebra cut likely to be disturbed,
S. A. D. Puter, wanted in Portland cy deficiency, pension, fortifications,
ory boards to look after the children in
operators how the small operator was but an earth dam on an alluvial base
in connection with the Oregon land army and Indian appropriation bills,
to do business in Oregon on account of
Three unknown children dead at pressed to the wall by the favored coal might be cracked, draining the lock
fraud cases, has been captured in A la and w ill make short work of those now the different counties of the state.
California losses and that ia the Trad Quinnesec, Mich., separated from their
companies, which used the railroads as and ruining the canal. The committee
meda, a suburb of San Francisco.
awaiting consideration, namely, the
ers’ Insurance company, of Chicago. parents while the village was burning
OREGON S T A T E FAIR.
a weapon. In some cases they were says:
Four more bodies have been found in postoffice, agricultural, legislative, Dis
A ll agents have been notified to cease and perished.
driven out of bueineee. Before we are
“ A t San Francisco, where the water
the debris at San Francisco by work trict of Columbia and military academy Preparations Under Way at Salem for writing insurance for that company.
Scores of homesteaders and woods through, the public w ill know that the pipes were broken, the disaster was
men clearing away the ruins. The
The $50,000 on deposit w ill be held men are missing and many have prob
acceptance of stock and gifts bv rail greatly augmented by thia cause, for
Greatest Ever Held.
coroner places the total number of dead bills. The senate, in spite of its repu
to pay any losses sustained by Oregon ably perished in the flames.
road officers was the least of this the water could not be held in the
tation for long debates, can dispose of
Salem— The State Fair Eoard has be policyholders in that company, or until
Territory devastated, five counties, wretched business ”
pipes and directed on the flames. What
Marquette, Menominee, Delta, Alger
W . H . Stuart, United States vice- appropriation bills in remarkably abort
W illiam A. Glasgow Jr., counsel for would happen to the aqueduct, con
Fair ever held in Oregon. A portion celed, when the deposit may be with
and Dickinson. The territory fire-swept the commission, said that he would not duits, pipes and valveB, buried in the
consul at batoum, Trans Caucasia, has periods when the time for adjournment
of the money that would have been ex drawn.
is 100 miles square.
been killed by unknown assassins. approaches. It always does. Bo the
hazard a guess as to when the hearings concrete walls, used for filling and
pended for premiums last year, when
Mr. Dunbar said that refusal or ina
Towns totally burned:
The case is being investigated by Am legislative program, so far as the ap
would be completed. . “ They w ill cer emptying the locks, cannot be well
there was no State Fair, was used to bility of an insurance company doing
Talbot, Mich., 100 population, only tainly continue,” he said, “ until the conjectured.”
propriation bills is concerned, may be make numerous improvements on the business in this state to pay any of its a few houses left standing.
railroads have had every opportunity to
I t is stated that ships of all classes
I t is said the military oourt which considered in such shape as to permit buildings and grounds in preparation California losses would not be sufficient
Quinnesec, Mich., 1,000 population, explain, if any such a thing is possi coaid be passed through the sea level
has been investigating the surrender of
fer this year’ s fair. A ll main build reason for him to cancel their Oregon
only one house remains.
adjournment by the middle of June.
ble, the most astonishing evidence of canal in 8 J4 hours leBS than the time
Port Arthur and the battle of the Sea
ings have been repainted, stock shedB license.
Saunders, 150 population, all wiped graft that has ever been made public that would be consumed in passing
It is the appropriation bills that deter
of Japan has condemned to death lie u
and race horse barns extended and im
The commission w ill insist upon ex ships through locks alone. The cost of
tenant General Stoessel and Rear Ad mine the length of the session after all, proved and tne racetrack has been re out for the interest of Oregon policy
Niagara, Wis., 500 population, all planations, if any can be made, eo that annual maintenance ia estimated at
for when the last of these bills is agreed
to congress always adjourns, unless it
its final report to congress w ill be $1,840.000 fur the sea level and $2,-
The board purchased a quantity of with the insurance statutes of this state
Senator Heyburn is slightly im happens to be in extra session, called
Towns partially destroyed:
based upon not only these reports, bat 330,000 for the lock type. A sea level
park seats and chairs from the Lewis they can continue to do business, as
Northland, Cornell, Antine,
for some special purpose.
the railroad companies’ explanation of canal free from all obstacles could pasB
and Clark fair, together with exhibit they are solvent. I f ^ny of them be
Valley, Kingsley, Woodlawn, Foster them ”
The conference committee having the
100 warships in less than a day. Naval
Women of England are working for
cases, all ot which w ill be used this come insolvent they put themselves out
City, Sala and Metropolitan.
rate bill in charge is not likely to re
A large number of sutpsnaes were commanders and commercial shipmas
year to make the State Fair more at of business without any interference on
port inside of two weeks, but in the
issued today, not only for a number of ters oppose locks.
Madrid is . taking great preparations end the house w ill probably accept the tractive and comfortable. Many strik the part of the commissioner of Oregon.
independent operators, but for a sur
The majority argues that an enemy
ing pieces of Btatuary and inside deco
for the royal s jding.
essential senate amendments, including
prisingly large number of high officials could destroy a lock canal much easier
rations have been removed from the
of the Pennsylvania railroad.
oaring a torrent of mud that offered by Senator Allison. The Lewie and Clark grounds to the State
than a sea level canal with explosives.
Eugene — A mining deal of import Purpose o f Sea Level Party on Pana
fact that the president approves this
on the nearly villages.
The cost of a sea level canal is estimat
Fair grounds, where they have been ance has been consummated in this
amendment will be ample justification
ed at $250,000,000, while the total cost
I t is now believed fia t Mrs. Jeffer for the house to give its assent, and the carefully repaired.
T W O NEW RESERVES.
city. Charles Harding Park, residing
of the lock canal would be at least
Chicago, May 20.— Expressing the
son Davis may recover.
here, has sold the Treasure mine in the
further fact that practically all the
$190,000,000, and the cost of trans
Blue river district to J. Rowland Rags
Forest Service Recommends Action forming tbe latter into a sea level canal
A prompt agreement on the rate bill other amendments meet with the ap
Aurora— A teacher at the public dale, of Manchester, England. The men on the recent act’ on of the senate
in Southern Oregon.
is likely by the two houses of congress proval of the president will insure their
wonld be $200,000,000.
school recently discovered that one of purchase pries is not made public, but committee in voting for a sea level
Washington, May 22.— Senator Ful sion of the majority is “ that the sea
I t is understood that an Anglo-
the pupils had what she thought was is said to be the highest ever paid for a
level canal can be realized in 10 or 12
Russian agreement is about to be per
chickenpox, and sent the boy home mine in the district.
service contemplates recommending the years at a cost not exceeding $60,000,-
EX PE N SE S C U T IN ZIO N .
with a note to bis parents to quaran- mine has long been known to be one of at Washington for the Chicago Even
creation of two new forest reserves in 000 above that required by the con
tine him. It proved to be chickenpox, the richest properties at Blue river. ing Post, says:
It-is regarded as practically certain
Southern Oregon, at an early day to be struction cl the multilock canal pro
“ Suspicion that a systematic effort is known aB the Fremont and Goose Lake
that the second Hague peace conference Salaries of Overseers Reduced From but the pupil would not stay quaran Mr. Park has spent much money in its
posed by the m inority.”
tined, and went back to school. The development, and in the erection of a
S3 0 0 to S60 Per Month.
w ill meet in May, 1907.
being made in the senate to delay in reserves.
Thev w ill embrace land
school directors consulted a physician. ten-stamp quartz mill on the property.
Chicago, May 2 2 — W. G. Voliva,
definitely the digging of the Panama withdrawn several years ago nnder the AID S T O P A C IF IC N A V IG A T IO N .
The district judge has seised tax r<-
The doctor advised that the pupil be
cords and ballot boxes at Denver and the present head of the Christian Cath allowed to attend school, on the ground
canal has become a conviction. There name of the Warner mountain with
drawal. The aggregate area, according
discovered wholesale fraud.
olic Church, announced to his followers that he had already infected the schol
Baker C itv— The committee which is anger among ths friends of rapid to present plans, w ill be nearly 3,000, Omnibus Bill in House fo r Lightships
United States warships have been in Zion City Sunday that between Jan ars, and sure enough he had, and now bad charge of the relief work for San work on the isthmus and a well-defined
and Signal Stations.
000 acres, about two-thirds of the area
ordered to watch for filibustering ves uary 15 and May 10 he had reduced the half the cbildern in town are affected. Francisco has completed its task here and freely expressed belief that inter
being in the Fremont reserve. This
Washington, May 18.—The house
sels going to Santo Domingo.
and has made a final report. The ests are at work to jeopardize the whole reserve w ill lie in the uorthen part of committee on interstate and foreign
expenses in the financial department
Will Enforce Spraying Law.
members of this committee were Fred project. It is declared freely In Wash Klamath and Lake counties and the commerce today authorized a favorable
A severe earthquake in Luson, P. I., of the church from $9,800 per month
Pendleton— W. K. Newell, chairman R. Mellis, W illiam Tollman, J. H. ington that, while it was supposed that southwest corner of Crook county. The report on an omnibus b ill carrying be
caused a lake to form where a good
to $3,832 per month. This saving, he of the state board of horticulture, and Parker, Dr. E. B. McDaniel and N. U. the hosts of representatives of certain
sised mountain had stood. The na
Goose Lake reserve w ill embrace the tween 20 and 25 projects as “ aide to
tives in the vicinity are in a state of said, had been brought about by a re Judd Geer, member of the board of the Carpenter. The report shows that a corporate interests who had been at the southeast portion of Klamath and the navigation” and authorizing an appro
total of $3,719 was collected, in sup
duction of the working fovce and a cut
southwest part of Lake counties.
priation of something in excess of $1,-
here on the way to Milton, where they plies and money, including 180 barrels here for the purpose of watching rail
New York w ill expend $160,000,000 in the salaries of those retained.
Plans showing the outline of the pro 300,000. Among the provisions are:
will enforce the law regarding the of flour, 1,118 pounds of bacon, 17,564 road rate legislation, in reality most of
Light station at Makapuu Point, Is
in adding to the city’ s water system.
posed reserves have been submitted to
In the same manner, said Voliva, a spraying of fruit trees. The majority
pounds of potatoes, 30 ramp stoves, 3,- them were here with the intention of
Mr. Fniton, with a request that he land of Oahu, Territory ol Hawaii,
The San Francisco fire destroyed
032 pounds of beans, 2,070 pounds of
mand to defeat the attempt to obtain a make any suggestions which he may
proof of the citisenship of 100,000 vot tical department that would amount to the law, but a few of the larger ones rolled oats and much clothing.
Light station and range lights at
Oversera who had have thus far neglected to do so, al
residents of Klamath, Lake and Crook Honolulu harbor, $40,000.
though repeatedly notified by the local
Registration Short in Baker.
Fog signal al entrance to harbor at
W o Ting Fang, ex-Chinese minister been receiving $300 per month were
counties and promptly lay their views
inspector, Marvin Evans. They will
City— Registration at the for a sea level canal. I t is stated that before the department. I f good reasons Hnmboldt, California, $15,000.
to the United States, proposes radical reduced to $60.
The pay of others be forced to comply with the law or
Mr. Platt did not attend one committee
Lightkeeper’ s dwelling at Cape Men
reforms in China.
are produced, showing why any land
was cut in proportion. His own com proceedings will be brought.
it is believed that names entered since meeting at which the matter was dis included within the proposed reserves docino, Cal., $5,500.
John Mitchell, president of the Unit pensation under the new adjustment,
the bookB were reopened after the pri- cussed. Everybody knows why John should not be reserved it is probable
Light and fog signal station near
ed Mineworkers, w ill soon resign to
Will Sentence Meldrum.
maries w ill exceed 350, including those T. Morgan, of Alabama, voted in favor that each land w ill be eliminated.
Voliva said, was $100 per month.
Point Cabrillo, California, $5,000.
take up the practice of law.
Portland — I f Judge Wolverton im sent in from country districts. Time of a sea level plan. He is bluntly hon
Light vessel for use off the mouth of
These facts, be said, were some of the
The irregularity of the outline of
Barracks have been built in Golden
poses the maximum penalty on Henry for registration has expired. It is esti est. He does not want a canal, and he
these two reserves, following in many the Columbia river, Oregon, $130,000.
Gate park, San Francisco, which will details of a report which he made Sat Meldrum, former eurveyor general for mated that there are 700 voters in Ba has the grace to say so.
Lightkeeper’ s dwelling at Robinson
urday to a committee appointed by Oregon, he will go to jail with a sen ker county who have not register« d.
“ The movement that began in the instances qnarter section lines, indi
accommo lata 5,000 persons.
Federal Judge I.andis to investigate the tence of 210 years of imprisonment Some of these will be sworn in at the senate committee to get a sea level ca cates the care that has been exercised Point, Washington, $5,000.
The Interstate Commerc* commission condition of the industries in Zion City.
Fog signal at Ediz Hook light sta
hanging over his head.
I f the court polls on election day, but there will be nal has behind it, however, a tremen to include only such land as is believed tion, State of Washington, $10,000.
has secured more admissions of graft
dous force and it is the intention of to be adapted to forestry pnrposes
Voliva announced the resignation of imposes the heaviest fine the law al a shortage of 500 to 600.
ing by Pennsylvania railroad officials. John G. Excell, from the office of gen
New tender for inspection service in
powerful senators to endeavor not only Large areas of agricultural land have
lows, Meldrum w ill owe the govern
Insurance companies have already eral ecclesiastical secretary, owing to
to get tne sanction of the senate itself, been eliminated and it is the opinion of the 13th lighthouse district, $110,000,
Judge Wolverton set
Cherries Ripening Rapidly.
paid about $200,000 San Francisco lack of sympathy with some of the
but to bring every possible pressure to the department that what remains is in addition to the unexpended balance
Friday, June 8, as the day on which
of $40,000 for the repair of the tender
Aurora— Cherries are ripening fast
losses and it is expected all undisputed doctrines of the church.
Meldrum will come before the court for and all kinds of fruits are ahead of for- bear on the house to induce it to recede chiefly important for ite timber, or be Manzanilla to be applied on the new
claims w iil be paid by June 1.
from the position it took in favor of a cause it serves to protect the water sup
The condition of John Alexander sentence. A motion for a new trial
>r years. The severe cold snap of lock type. I f the powerful ones suc
A great forest fire in Michigan has Dowie today was said to be practically is pending in the case.
ply o* Southern Oregon. The construc
two days in March had no appreciable ceed, the day of canal digging is far in
burned over an area of 200 square unchanged.
tion of the Klamath irrigation project
Rebuilding o f Stanford.
effect on fruit trees in northern Marion the distance.
The people may be makes it highly important that the wa
miles and latest accounts report the I
New Ditch Company.
San Francisco, May 18.— Stanford
flames still burning.
Fourteen towns |
W o Gen Cannot Land
b«ker City— Articles of incorporation
University w ill be reconstructed at
have been wiped out entirely and
tected. The reserve is to be created at
Seattle, Wash., May ?C.— Wo Gen, of the McCary Ditch company have
once, and by next September every
PO RTLAND M ARKETS.
thousands of people are homeless. As
manager of the Wa Chong company, been filed with the county clerk. The
building necessary to the work of tbe
far as known no lives have been loet,
Thieves Steal Baggage.
one of the wealthiest Chinese merchants incorporators of the company are: G.
college w ill be in perfect condition.
Wheat— Club, 73c; blnestem, 74 ®
although sveeral entire families have
Must Go T o Jail.
of the Northwest, is to be deported. J. Bowman, O. C. Johnson and C. W.
San Francisco, May 20.— The work of
Tbe work has already commenced, and
not been accounted for and mav have
75c; red, 71c; valley, 70®71c.
He made a trip to China recently to Fanil. The capital stock of the com
Detective O’ Dta ha* resulted in the
Washington, May 22.— The Supreme there is plenty of money on hand toas-
Oats— No. 1 white feed, $29; gray,
perished. The money loss w ill be
patch up trade relations, and did a pany is $3,500 divided into 350 shares
capture of a gang o ' trunk and lnggage court of the United States today ren sure the trustees that tbe repairs may
$28.50 per ton.
great deal toward alleviating conditions of a value of $10 each. The purpose
thieves who reaped a rich harvest dar dered a decision in the case of United be accomplished as quickly as they de
The president has declared himself caused by the boycott. When he re of the company is to handle, for the
ing the fire, who were planning to dis States vs. Senator Ralph Barton, of sire. Tbe structures w ill be rendered
in favor of ship subsidy.
turned a few days ago he was found to purpose of irrigation, the water from
pose of their valuable plunder in Los Kansas. The-decision was against Bar earthquake proof. Three experts have
Angeles. Three of the men, who admit ton, affirming the decision of the Unit been appointed, and tbeir report w ill
Evidence of rebating has been found have'trachoma, the dread rye disease, Powder river under the rights they
lla y — Valley timothy, No. 1, $12®IS
and was placed in the quarantine sta i ave held for a number of years.
connection with the gang, are held at ed Slates circuit court for the eastern be the basis for whatever changes are
against the Pennsylvania railroad.
per ton; clover, $7.50®8; cheat, $6®
tion at Port Townsend. Powerful in
the S'anyan street station. Through district of Missouri, by which Burton considered necessary.
7; grain hay, $7® 8 ; alfalfa, $12.
Governor Blanchard, of Louisiana, fluences have been brought to bear to
Berry Pickers Scarce.
them the detective has learned the was sentenced to six months’ imprison
has sent a special message to the legis- nullify the order, but without avail.
name of the Los Angeles “ fence,” has ment in the jail of Iron county, Mis
Portland — Portland
Aid to Christian Advocate.
cherries, $1.25®1.40 per box: straw
Uture asking for an insurance reform
agencies are not only besieged by rail
recovered three trunks and three suit souri, required to pay a fine of $2,600
Birmingham, Ala., May 18.— The
cases, and has a line on 32 other pieces and deprived of the right to hereafter
road contractors for laborers, but calls
Mission Kept a Secret.
general conference of the Methodist
gon, 10® 16c per pound; gooseberries,
hold office nnder the government. This Episcopal church South today voted
Washington, May 22. — The erniser are now coming in from Hood river 5®6c per pound.
A court of inquiry has found General
is the second trial.
Stoeeael wrong in surrendering Port Columbia, which is expected to leave
$10,000 to be expended to assist the
Vege'ablea— Asparagus, 75c®$1.25
pickers. Thousands of men and women
Biggest Steamer Afloat.
Arthur and he may be disgraced and Philadelphia tomorrow for West Indian
Pacific Coast Christian Advocate, pub
per box; beans, 8®9c per pound; cab
are wanted for this work and the cry
•ant to prison.
lished at Portland, Or., and anthorised
bage, $1.75®2 per 100; green corn, 60c
will make her first stop at the naval for help adds to the embarrassment of per dozen; onions, 10® 15c per dozen; line steamer Ka'serin Auguste Vic
Washington, May 22.— Senator Bar an enlarged bniiding at Shanghai, Chi
Commissioner Garfield has produced station at Guantanamo.
On arriving labor agents who are already trying pea*, 3®5c; radishes, 15c per dozen; toria, the largest passenger steamer ton received the first news ol the na. A committee report on Sabbath
much documentary evidence against the there further orders w ill he given to with all their might to secure laborers rhubarb, 3c pound; spinach, 90c per afloat, with a gross tonnage uf nearly coart’ s decision by telephone at bis observance praised Presidents M cKin
Standard Oil at the Interstate Com her commander.
The officials of the for railroad and c instruction camps.
trip room in the Raleigh hotel, where he ley and Roosevelt for refusing to travel
box; tnrnips, $1®1.25 per sack; car 26,000, completed her initial
navigation bureau of the Navy depart
across the Atlantic tonight from Ham is stopping. To tbe newspaper men ou Sunday. A special committee pre
Ackerman Resolves to Retire.
burg, Dover and
Bhe who called to see him Senator Barton sented resolutions urging speedy expul
A New York man just returned from ment declined tonight to indicate the
Salem— J. H. Ackerman, state super
brought 490 raloon and 1,706 steerage said: “ I shall adhere to my original sion of 8ecator Reed Smoot from the
Onions— Bermuda, 4c per pound.
Panama says that country is practically purpose for which the marines are be intendent of public instruction, has
The Kaiserin Victoria policy of saying nothing until my case senate.
Potatoes — Fancy graded Burbanks, passengers.
a monarchy with the president at the ing sent to the West Indies, saying,
announced bis intention to retire from
He would not
bead. He says the government is con however, that it has no bearing on the politics at the end of his next term. 60®65c per hundred; ordinary, nom made an average speed of 17 knots dar is finally "determined.”
ing the voyage. The Kaiserin Auguste say. in reply to a question that be in
inal; new California, 2c per pound.
stituted on the plan of the big insur San Domingo situation.
Make Money by Disaster.
Mr. Ackerman has the distinction of
tended to take farther legal steps, but
Butter— Fancy creamery, 17 >4 ® 20c
ance companies— the president’ s rela
Oakland, Cal., May 18.— Some very
being ths Republican and Demccratic
from tbe fact that he does not regard curious schemes for making money
tives all hold jobs In the government
St. Petersburg, May 16.— At the in nominee, although he only accepted the
bis case as finally decided, it is in- bave been devised since the earthquake
service and control all the good place*.
Eggs— Oregon ranch, 19®20c per boat deck to keel of 57 feet.
quest on the body of Father Gspon, Republican nomination, and his name dosen.
ferrsd that be w ill do so.
and fire. Two Stanford student*, in
Cumberland Presbyterians will go to which was found May 13 in the upper will appear on the official ballot only
Gout Gains on Pope.
Poultry— Average old hens, 1314®
tbe early days of tbe trouble, secured
law to prevent if possible church union chamber of a lone’y villa in the anm- as the Republican candidate.
Rome, May 20.— When Dr. Lapponi
Report o f Chinese Persecution.
14c per pound, mixed chickens, 12*4 ®
many views of the mins in San Fran
Natives at Guantanamo, Cuba, at mer suburb of Oserki. Finland. M.
13c; broilers, 20®22>4e; young roos visited the Pope this morning ne found
San Francisco, May 22. — Mayor cisco and surrounding country. These
Klamath Land is Reopened.
tacked United States sailors, killing Margolin, the former priest’ * lawyer,
his patient improved, although the Hchmits has received a cablegram from they bad reproduced on lantern elides,
Washington— Daring 1904 5 1.600.-
oa* and wounding 22.
positively identified the body.
pontiff passed a somewhat restless
000 acres of public lands in th* Klam 1214c; dressed chickens, 15c; turkeys, night a* the result of his attack of tbe American consul at Chsfoo inti and now they are touring tbe small
live, 15®18c; turkeys, dressed, choice,
mating that there has b-en an attempt towns of California presenting etererp-
The Russian parliament is preparing autopsy showed that he had received a
blow on the head, and the theory is
20® 2Sc: geese, live, 10® l l c ; geese, gout. Owing to a slight rise in tem to create a sentiment against Americans ticon lectors*. From latest rspotta
demands tooths esar for liberty.
that revolutionists were listening in an
dressed, old 10c, young 12c; ducks, old perature, Dr. Lapponi ordered the pope by the circulation of false reports alleg they are receiving ban y patronage.
The Great Northern and Burlington adjoining room and heard Gapon tell to determine the feasibility of reclaim
to remain in bed for several day*. A l ing the maltreatment of tbe Chinese is
17c, young 20c.
are to run through train* from Portland his connection with the government.
though the condition of the Pope is not San Francisco. Tbe cablergam reads:
Hop*— Oregon, 1905, 1114®12)4e.
Withdraw Troops June I.
Wool— Eastern Oregon average best, grave, some apprehension ia felt at the "M a il statement of Chinese consul on
Washington, May 18.— General Gree
Mayor Schmitz handed ley hoe reported to tb * War Depart
Taft has again declared that he will
lands reclaimable for reservoir site* or 16®21c; valley, coarse, 22® 2Sc; fine, exposure to fatigue.
Vienna, May 22.— Trouble in the
it to Colonel A. E. Biger, with a request
24®25c per pound; mohair, choice, 28
continue to buy canal supplies in the
rights of way.
ment from San Francisco nnder date of
that be reply at once.
®30c per pound.
eh sap set market until restricted by oon-
leal nigbt that tbe reported k illing of a
Hop Prospscts Excellant.
ian* is again very serious, and the lat
Veal— Dressed, 314® 6c P*r pound.
largo namber of people by the army
est reports from Barits and Prorhterje
Aurora— Hops in this section of the
Peef— Dressed balls. Sc per ponnd;
New York, May 20.— Two deaths and
Declare Hie Piece Vacant.
dnrft g the San Francisco flrn is incor-
The house committee on insular districts ere to the effect that continual valley, the banner hop-raising district cows. 4**® 6>*c; country steer-. 5®6c. some prostrations from beat were re
Waabington, May 22.— " I f Senator
I. General Greeley adds that ha has
affairs has made a favorable report on fighting is in progress Turks are pres of Oregon, are further advanced this
Mutton— ureeeed fancy, 7®8c per ported here today. The official ther Barton does not resign at once,” as a
the b ill extending United States citi- ent in force, and are horning and p il year than in former seasons at thia pound; ordinary, 6® 6c; lambs, with mometer stood at 85 degrees daring tb* prominent senator pot* It. a resolution notified tbe citisens' committee and tb*
Bed Cross that th* troop* w ill b*drawn
sanshfp to the Inhabitants of Porto laging village*, ravishing women and time. There is a large acreage, and all pelt on, 8c.
afternoon, tu t on the street* the mer w ill be introduced to declare hie seat from Ban Francisco not
murdering men and boy*.
tb* yards are shoeing well.
cury roue to 96.
Pork— Dressed, 7®9c per pound.
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