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IN RUSSIAN PRIfcON.
GRAINGHOWERS COM BINE.
BAN FHANC i S O O
Two Hard Jo’ts Are Fait on All Sides
Farmers Will Hold Their Products
ot ths Bay.
Until Proper Pries Is Paid.
!■■»< tack ThweSar
San Francisco, June 5.— A 12:28
Omaha, Neb., June 7.— The 200
this moruing San Francisco and the
E ST A C A D A
delegates called lato convention by
cities ahout the bay were sliaken by
severe earthquake. The shock was
the American Society o f Equity yes
WILD BELGIAN HARE8.
the severest since the disastrous trein-
LABEL ALL FRUIT.
terday practically completed the or
blor of April, 1906. The shock was
ganization o f the most formidable
not violent enough to sever electrical
Growers Find Several Ways of Obeying Begin to Overrun Woods and Fields combine ever attempted for the pur
connections, and although the entire
Of Linn County
tire department was placed in readi
pose o f controlling the prices of
Salem.— Now that the fruit-shipping
ness to fight any fires that might fol
Albany— As an aftermath o f the grain, to be known as the Grain-
low, there was no blaze of any con
season has begun, growers are con Belgian hare fad which swept this
growers’ Department of the Am eri
fronted with the necessity of comply part o f the state about 10 years ago,
can Society o f Equity.
As far as can be learned at this
ing with the new law, enacted by considerable country west of Albany
It adopted a constitution and set Contoronco on Other Truits— Pro»«- hour the damage was limited to the
breaking of dishes on the shelves and
A Raauma o f tha Lasa Important but
o f by-laws which plainly Indicated
ention of Others Lett to Die-
every box or package of green fruit People d rivin g along roads out of
;he destruction of a few tottering
Not Laaa Interoetlng Evanta
Its objects. They state la so many
walls in the burned district.
shall be marked with the name and ad
o f tha Paat Waak.
In the residence district a number
dress of the grower and pucker. Here and many have been killed recently words that the purpose of the organ
ization Is to control distribution and
of people ran into the streets in their
at Salem there are various methods oT
night clothes. A lon g Golden Gate
name a minimum price at which its
complying with the law, and some fruit
Washington, May 8.— That E. II
The Belgian hare fad found a
ivenue a genuine panic prevailed. Sev
is going out with no mark at all. The
The French strikers are returning
members may dispose o f their farm
eral hundred women rushed to the
only fruit shipped thus far is straw
to work very slowly and reluctantly.
grain products, which are enumer tmmune from criminal prosocutioi street in their night clothes. Three
berries, packed in Butall boxes, 24 in
The present revolt In China la be
Some growers stamp their and for a tim e a public display was ated as being anything from wheat as the result of his testimony befori women were treated for nervous
lieved to have been organized in
shock, but no one suffered injury, as
names and addresses upon each small maintained by enthusiasts, a large to broomcorn.
the Interstate Commerce Commls far as reported.
box, so that the consumer will know hall being rented for that purpose.
The m atter o f finances has not
The earthquake was in the form of
by whom the fruit was grown, and so
A terrorist bomb thrown at Lodz,
been overlooked, and the organiza question of the prosecution, of bltu two sharp shocks, tire second follow
that if there is anything wrong with iar with Belgian hare pedigree as is
Russia, killed two detectives and
while the earth still trembled
it the dealer will know where to make
wounded tlve others.
But the fad died out aiul what whereby they may borrow money in discriminating against independent from the first. The coming of the
the complaint. Others mark the name
The assassin who killed ex-Presl-
tnd address only upon the crate. In
any reasonable sum, which may be operators should be left in the handt shake was announced by the rattling
dent Barillas, of Mexico, says his
almest all instances the stamp placed loose. A few evidently found their secured by their holdings o f grain of the Attorney-General, and that if windows and the swinging of
cousin hounded him to It.
prosecution of the anthracite coai chandeliers. Then came an adrupt jolt
upon the box or crate gives only the
name and address, and does not say and have lived there ever since. This while it remains In a granary or ele roads for maintaining a trust will and then a lessening tremble, to be
Three men made a balloon voyage
begin In Philadelphia, probably next followed by another quick jo lt and a
whether the person whose name appears year for the first time they have be vator.
from Washington, D. C., to Harris
is grower or packer, or both. The sec come numerous enough to attract
It was announced to the meeting week, were conclusions reached at a gradual lessening of motion.
burg, Pa., 200 miles, In 4V4 hours.
notable conference held at the White
Oakland, Berkeley, Alameda and
tion of the new law bearing on the sub
The government will soon begin
is growing every year but the hares that over 500 banks had pledged House last night.
other bay cities reported a shock ex-
ject is as follows:
suit to force Harrlman to tell what
The Harriman case and the case* ictly like that felt here.
“ Any person, firm, association or cor
he knows cooperntng the Alton stock
members of the association when en o f the coal-carrying roads were dls
Reports so far received indicate
poration engaged in growing, selling or
dorsements were made by properly cussed for three hours by President that the shake was felt at least as far
packing green fruits of any kind within
400 Firs Warders.
the State of Oregon shall be required,
An earthquake In China Is report
Salem — The
Forestry accredited officials. The convention Roosevelt, five members of the Cab south as Santa Cruz, 125 miles down
inet, two members of the Interstati
upon packing any such fruit for mar Commission met here and elected
ed to have killed 4,000 people and
made Itself felt in the matter of pol Commerce Commission and specia’ the coast,
ket, whether intended for sale within Governor
left thousands more destitute and
or without the State of Oregon, to and E. P. Sheldon secretary.
council for the government.
HIRED ASSA SSIN S.
stamp, mark or label plainly upon the other members present were: S. C. A. Walsh, of Ottumwa, la., a former
Follow ing the general conference.
It Is suld the Standard Oil Com
outside of every box or package of Bartrum, Roseburg; L. S. H ill, Eu secretary of the Democratic National Attorney-General
pany la so busy fighting the courts
Prosecution Charges Conspiracy to
green fruit so packed the namo and gene; J. W . Baker, Cottage Grove;
Committee and at this time an or mained with the President to dls
and legislatures that it has no time
Rule by Terror.
postofliee address of the person, firm H. B. Van Dusen, Astoria and E. R.
the harvester trust.
now for politics.
ganizer of Independence
League thought not unlikely that the ques
association or corporation packing ths Lake .Corvallis.
Boise, Idaho, June 5.— Through
same; provided, further, that when the
Japanese residents of Tokio de
It was decided that about 400 men
tlon of prosecution o f that organiza James H. Hawley, senior of the group
grower of such fruit be other than tho interested In the protection of for to understand that his presence in tion will be left In the Attorney- of prosecutors, the State of Idaho
mand that their government take ac
packer of the same, the name and post- ests from fire w ill be appointed fire the capacity of an organizer was not General’s hands.
tion regarding the diplomatic rela
today made the opening statement
office of such grower shall also promi wardens without pay from the state,
tion with China and the United
The roads Involved include the igainst William D. Haywood, whom
nently appear upon such box or pack though most o f them w ill be in the
it charges with the murder of Frank
Mr. W alsh dropped into the city
employ of tim ber owners. F ire hun
age as the grower of such fru it.’ ’
Tuesday, and it was stated that he the Philadelphia & Reading, the Le Steunenberg, and then began the pre
John W. Gates who has Just re
dred copies o f the new forest fire law would endeavor to get his propa high Valley, the Delaware & Hud sentation o f the testimony by which
turned to New York from the South
w ill be printed for the information ganda before the convention.
Rain Welcomed in Clackamas.
This son, the New York, Susquehana & it hopes to prove the indictment laid
west, says the damage to wheat does
Oregon City— Light rains are fall of wardens.
Idea was quietly but promptly sat Western, the Delaware, Lackawanna against him. The opening statement
not exceed 5 per cent. Cotton Is dam
ing In nearly every section of Clack
down on. Many of the delegates did & Western, the Central Railroad of was a broad, sweeping arraignment of
aged somewhat more, on account of
Big Pries For Orchard.
amas county, and with a falling bar
not know of his presence at the con New Jersey, and the Erie. The Penn the leaders of the Western Federation
M edford— The record sale for vention until after he had left th sylvania and one or two others may of Miners, who were charged with
ometer there Is prospect of wet
The name o f the baby Prince of
become involved as the suit pro plotting wholesale murder and hiring
weather continuing for several days. Rogue R iver Valley orchard property city yesterday afternoon.
Spain has been entered on the roll
General satisfaction Is expressed by was made last week when the beautl
W ith each committee report came gresses. but at this time no formal assassins, all in a gigantic conspiracy
of a regiment, and he wears the
farmers, as the rain of last week was ful E. J. De Hart orchard near this a revelation.
W hen the finance complaint will be filed against them. o f vengeance upon those who ob
number o f it In gold pinned on his
Those who participated In the con structed their sway, to destroy oppo
commltteee reported It was to the ef
not of sufficient duration to be of
bib. A room in the barracks Is re
expenses had ference were: The President, Secre sition by terrorism, to con’ rol the po
material benefit. Crops generally
served for him as the latest recruit
are in prime condition, and with fa v of Rennsalier, Ind., for $33,000. This been arranged for and that a good tary of State Root, Secretary o f War litical destinies of the communities
Queen Victoria is doing well.
orable climatic conditions give forth sale demonstrates that the value of fund was in sight for the field work Taft, Secretary o f the Treasury Cor- cefvered by their organization and to
every promise o f a prolific harvest. orchard properties in the Rogue which is to begin at once. Chairman telyou, Secretary o f the Interior Gar perpetuate their own power within the
The Honduras National Lottery
June rains are always beneficial to R iver V alley is rapidly increasing, Pauley of that committee and three field, Attorney-General Bonaparte, organization.
Company, o f Wilm ington, Del., suc
late potatoes, and w ill be welcomed, and It Is a foregone conclusion that other members, au bankers, were Interstate Commerce Commissioners
It charged a widespread conspiracy
cessor of the Louisiana Lottery Com
as there is a heavy Increase in the Southern Oregon lands will, In the unanimous In a sttaement that 535 Knapp and Lane, and Frank B. K el dating in inception from the North
pany, has surrendered for destruc
potato acreage this year. Farmers in near future, bring the same prices banks over the country were ready logg, of Minnesota, special counsel Idaho disturbances 15 years ago,
tion all Its books and paraphernalia,
paid fines aggregating $284,000, sold
the south end of Clackamas county that prevail In the Hood River Valley to furnish all the money necessary for the government. The conference reaching down to the murder of Frank
to carry out the objects o f the asso began shortly after 9 «¿clock. Sec Steunenberg, and whose murdered
have planted extensively, because of and Yakim a country.
Its printing plant and quit business.
retary Loeb was present. The con victims by bullet and bomb numbered
the late floods iu the Sacramento val
RaiBull, the noted bandit has been
The plan is to make low rate loans ference adjourned a few minutes be scores. Hawley declared that wher
.w J ijfi
Dair>ing in Marion.
offered a pardon on condition that he
DESTR OYS THE TRUTH.
to farmers on their grain after It is fore midnight.
ever in the mining sections of the
leave Morocco and live away from
Oregon City— E. M. and Chambers threshed and hold it in society gran
Coast States the federation had been
Price o f Prures Raised.
Tangier on a pension to be paid him
H ow ell have purchased a 100-acre aries and elevators until the price
British War Office Suppresses Honest
in control there had been left a trail
Salem.— Probably influenced by rapid dairy farm in Marlon county at J ef
by the government.
A friend of
of blood to mark its operations. O f
History o f Boer War.
advances in the price of prunes in Cali ferson, and the place w ill be oper demanded Is available. The plan
Ralsull proposes that he make a tour
of the British aud American music
London, June 11.-— England Is not fornia, packers here have been raising ated as a dairy ranch. The land Is agency for shipping grain direct to Union Pacific Will Equip Branch Lines the hired assassins he cried:
“ T o them murder became a trade
halls. It is believed that Ralsull fa v to know the real truth about the their offers for 1907 contracts and on valued at $10,000.
and assassination a means of living.”
Rapidly As Possb'e.
ors such a scheme.
Boer War. T o save the reputations Juno 1 4J cents for the 40-50 size was
Lane Timber Land.
o f certain well-known generals and freely offered. This price has been re
Omaha, June 8.— The Union Paci
reported a plan whereby all inform a
A waterspout in Kentucky did $50,-
JURY C O M PLE T E D .
officials, the war office has had Col fused by several growers, however. Ac
Eugene—-John W. Blodgett, of tion is to be withheld until It Is fic is putting the finishing touches
onel Henderson’s unfinished "history
Grand Rapids. Mich., has Just sold to called for by the association" statis on 10 new motor cars which will be
Kuroki gave nearly 1500 in tips to of the Boer W a r” destroyed. It was
the Booth K elly Lumber Company tician.
A partial crop report was put into service about July 1. They Men to Try Schmliz Will Be Krpt
the Chicago hotel employes where he written us the official history by the there several days ago, or 5% cents 16,199 acres of timberland lying in made to the convention. In which It are to be put on branches and will
Under Lock and Key.
greatest English writer on m ilitary
townships 20, 21, 22 and 23.
was stated that wheat in Oklahoma. replace accommodation trains.
are active and the market advancing,
June’ 5.— The jury
Kansas, Nebraska, Minnesota and
the growers are doing a great deal of
First Wool Pool Sold.
the Dakotas would average below 70 and two w ill probably go to the was completed this afternoon for the
abroad, owing to attacks on his roads died before completing It.
trial of M ayor Eugene E. Schmitz on
A fte r Colonel Henderson’s death
Salem__ William Brown & Co., of this per cent o f last year’s crop.
the war office examined his work and the same time, it is reported that quito city, have bought the Scio wool pool.
These cars are of full length, have the first o f the five indictments re
Minnesota may form a league with found that it was much too out
a side door and are o f steel construc turned against him by the O liver
20,000 pounds, at 21J cents. This is
B A LL O O N IS T 'S C LO SE CALL.
other states to fight for state control spoken about the blunders and graft W. C. Tillson & Co. report having made the first pool of Valley wool sold this
tion. They w ill seat about 125 peo grand jury by which he is accused
o f railroads.
that distinguished the campaign. It contracts for about 45 cars.
ple and have a maximum speed of jointly with Abraham Reuf of having
Lyman Beschy, Well Known st the about 65 miles.
extorted from Joseph Malfanti $1175
After a very cold and backward has therefore entirely suppressed his
Contract Spuds at $1 10.
Lewis and Clark Exposition.
The success o f the motor cars has as the first installment o f a $5000
Hood River Berries at $3.
spring, the Eastern States finally have work, and order the compilation of
annual bribe to secure the French
an entirely new hlBtory by a staff of
Salem— The largest deal in potatoes
Boston. June 7.— The breaking already been greater than dreamed
Hood River— Strawberry
officers under the direction o f Gen ever made in Oregon was closed here
of by the promoters, and machinery restaurant keepers of San Francisco
Longshoremen to the number of 15,- eral Sir Frederick Maurice, who is when I.achmund & Pincus contracted today were 1500 crates. The berries down of his motor, which allowed and additional shoproom are be their license to sell liquor.
000 returnod to work on a compromise perhaps the only m ilitary writer who 35,000 bushels of the growing crop at went at $2 per crate, one carload ship the airship he was navigating to be ing arranged by the Union Pacific
Judge Dunne, upon motion o f the
with the steamship companies.
could adequately fill Colonel Hen $1.10 per hundred. The buyer is ment being made.
blown seaward, almost resulted In whereby 10 cars a month may be prosecution, and over the determined
and spirited objections of the defense,
All linemen employed by the tele derson’s place. But the new official George
the death of Lincoln Beechey off R e turned out.
PO R T LA N D MARKETS.
form ally disqualified Sheriff Thomas
phone company in San Francisco have history will deal gently with the rep Scateno, o f San Francisco. Lach-
O ’Neil and Coroner W illiam Walsh as
Increased Output o f Steel.
struck in sympathy with the telephone utations of the distinguished mud mund & Pincus are well-known hop
by personal bias to perform
dealers, and growers, but this year
Pittsburg, June 8.— Despite rum
functions in connection with the
they have 142 acres o f spuds. The
Beech to Boston.
On the return
Japanese merchants who speak both
short crop in California has turned shorts, city, $19; country, $20 per ton; journey the motor became disabled ors In the Iron and steel market trial, and appointed William J. B iggy
Lays Corner Stone.
abroad as well as in this country a an elisor to have charge of the jury
Spanish and English are steadily ex
U. S. Mills, dairy chop, $15.50 per ton.
Washington, June 11.— President buyers to this state, resulting in the
Wheat— Club. 86(387c; bluestem. 88 when the aeronaut was a mile off canvass of the Industry warrants the until a verdict has been rendered or
tending their trade in the larger cities
remarkably high price named in the
shore, over Boston harbor, and the statement that the last half o f 1907 a disagreement reached. Shortly after
Roosevelt, as a member o f the blue contract made today. The figures are @90c; Valley, 86@87c; red, 85c.
of the west coast of South America.
Oats— No. 1 white, $28@30; gray, airship was carried some distance and the first half of the year 1908 adjournment Mr. Biggy. who for some
In the poorer districts of Chicago lodge of masons, mnde an nddress at net, the buyers furnishing the sacks.
w ill witness the largest producing months past has been Abe Reuf’s
veal, pork and mutton are entirely out the laying of the cornerstone of the The contract calls for September and nominal.
Beechey managed partially to re capacity In the history of the United jailer, marched the jury to the St.
Flour— Patent, $4.80; straight, $4.25
of the market and only the poorer cuts Masonic Tem ple which Is to be erect October delivery. This is the first
clears^ $4.25; Valley, $email@example.com; gra
States and Canada. It Is estimated Francis Hotel, where the “ twelve tried
of beef can be reached by the con ed at Thirteenth street and New potato contract reported in this vi
ham flour, $firstname.lastname@example.org; whole wheat flour the vicinity o f Revere Beach. When that new furnace construction will men and true” will be kept under lock
York avenue. The gavel and trowel cinity this year.
add at least 2,000,000 tons to the and key during all the time that they
used were the same as those used by
The English government has prom President Washington In laying the
Barley— Feed. $email@example.com per ton; airship settled rapidly, and It looked prospective capacity. Last year the are not sitting in the trial.
Drill Farmer Students.
ised relief for evicted Irish tenants, cornerstone of the United States Cap
brewing, nominal; rolled, $23.50@ as If Beechey would be thrown Into local output was 25,307,000 tons. A
W ashington— On recommendation 24.50.
Men In rowboats and corresponding stimulus will be given
and also education, in return for the re itol, September 18, 1793, and the
Lineman Help Telephone Girls
jection of the Irish bill by the Nation Bible was used by Fredericksburg o f Senator Bourne. Captain Ulysses
Corn— W hole, $26; cracked, $27 per launches seized the drag-rope and the coke trade.
San Francisco, June 5.— A ll the line
towed him and his apparatus ashore
alist convention at Dublin.
Lodge No. 4, o f Virginia, when Pres
men in the employ o f the Pacific
Hay— V alley timothy. No. 1, $17@ before he struck the water.
Delegates of the French sailors have ident Washington became a member Staff, has been detailed as professor
Miners Win Eight Hours.
o f m ilitary science and tfictlcs at the 18 per ton; Eastern Oregon timothy
States Telephone & Telegraph Com
f the fraternity.
advised them to return to work, pend
Oregon Agricultural College, Corval $21@23; clover, $9; cheat, $9@10;
Try to Burn Town
pany quit work today in sympathy
ing a promisod settlement of their de
lis. He will assume his duties Au grain hay, $9(<JtO; alfalfa, $13@14.
Allentown, Pa., June 7.— What strike o f miners which has practical with the girl operators, who have
mantis. In spite of this, however, 3,000
Couldn’t 8tand High Living.
gust 15 next.
On request o f the
Domestic Fruits— Strawberries, 8} was apparently an effort of incend ly tied up business in the Black Hills been out on strike for over three
strikers at Havre have voted to con
New York, June 11.— The exac Board o f Regents o f the college, Mr. (fflO jc per pound; cherries, $1.65 per iaries to destroy the city o f Allen
for more than five months was set weeks for the purpose o f fdfeing the
tinue the strike.
tlons o f high living have claimed an Bourne has recommended that the box; apples, $firstname.lastname@example.org per box; goose town occurred here early yesterday,
recognition o f their union. This ac
Ths Dutch government has forbidden other victim. "Dandy Jim ” the only department allot 480 magazine rifles, I berries, 8(fl£7c per pound; cantaloupes, when firemen were called almos' tled last night at a meeting o f the tion was taken after the executive
T erry Peak Miners’ Union.
This committee had made an ineffectual
■ meeting of anarchists at Rotterdam.
dog In the world who possessed a
the business section of the city. The strike was called on January 1, on call at the company's office this morn
Chicago consumers are forced to pay personal fortune of $10,000 and the students in m ilitary drill, to 1.75 per crate.
gether with breechloading field guns
Root Vegetables—Turnips. $2.00 per first fire occurred in the stockhouse the refusal o f the mine operators to ing for the purpose of seeing Presi
an advance of 2 cents a pound in the many diamonds, Is dead. As to the
of 3.2-inch caliber.
sack; carrots, $2.50 per sack; beets, o f Bittner, Hunsicker & Co., one of grant the eight-hour day. The prop dent Scott. Last night the union in
price of beef.
$email@example.com per sack; garlic, 7)@10c the largest drygoods houses; the osition that the eight-hour day be mass meeting voted to walk out un
precise cause o f his death there Is
pound; horseradish, 7@8c per Prince Furniture Company, and the granted, but that the miners consent less the company granted the demands
Richard Croker, ex boss of New York,
third at the furniture factory o f Hel- to a reduction of 25 cents a day fo,'
Is active in Ireland, and it is said ho to breathe” is the verdict o f the phy
Medford - Dr. Ray. manager of pound; chicory 30c.
Fresh Vegetables— Cabbage. Cali frich, Bohner & Co. An effort was a period o f three months was accept
sicians who attended him In the sud the Condor Power Co., who recent
wants to enter Parliament.
Refugees Flock to Cities.
den seizure o f apoplexy that followed ly purchased the M edford lighting fornia, 3($3jc per pound; cauliflower, made to draw the firemen from the ed by the union.
Am oy, China, June 5.— The con
Mobs stoned the house o f a Catholic a light luncheon of chicken and mny- plant, tendered a banquet to the $1@1 25 per dozen; lettuce, head business section by turning in a
ditions at Chang Chow, o f which
priest in Cleveland for expressing sen onnalse of snlmon, topped off with a Commercial Club last evening, and 35@45c dozen; onions, 10@12ic per false alarm.
Would Fores Arbi'ration.
timents displeasing to them.
today began the installation o f a dozen; tomatoes, $2.25(fi4 50 crate;
pound o f chocolate creams.
A m oy is the port, and at Siokhe, are
Smuggler Blown Up.
modern arc system o f street lighting. parsley, 25(®30c; artichokes, 65@7Sc
unsettled. Many refugees continue
Romo Is celebrating the granting of
For the first tim e In its history, dozen; hothouse lettuce, $2 box; peas,
Turns, June 7.— A Turkish sail proposal whicl is to be laid before the
Submarine Starda Test.
the constitution, the Dirthday of Pope
6(fiS7c; radishes, 20c dozen; asparagus, ing vessel laden with contraband second Hague conference looking to the to arrive here, and numbers o f mis
Boston, June 11.— The submarine
Pins X and the death of Garibaldi.
6c pound; bell peppers, 30t«i35c per
l i g h t i n g . _________
holding of a third international confer sionaries o f all denominations have
boat Octopus was towed to a point
pound; rhubarb. 4c per pound; cucum ammunition, which, was bound for
A Texas passenger train w M derailed,
in Buenos Ayres in 1910, will, it reached Swatow. Quiet is maintained,
New Railway Corporation*.
bers, firstname.lastname@example.org; spinach, $1.50 per Tripoli, has been blown up in the
though there is great anxiety as to
either by wreckers or a broken rail, six miles northeast of Boston light
is expected, result in bringing the sec the outcome of the revolt in the sur
and one man killed and several fatally ship and underwent here deep-sea
rounding country. The rebel leaders
submergence test. lowered Into the
by E. P. Clark. Arthur H. Fleming.
Onions— Oregon, $2(r?2.50 per hun- were alongside at the time, were American proposition to give the con allow no looting, and no foreigners
Streetcars in Ran Francisco are now sea by a powerful derrick, the Octo E B Colwell. Robert T I.innev and dred; Texas, ic per pound.
ference permanency and provide for have been molested, so far as known.
pus was sunk to a depth of 205 feet, C. W Miller, with a capital stock o f. Potatoes— Jobbing price: Oregon drowned. The vessel had on board periodical gatherings.
running almost full time.
Some of the There is a small American mission at
where she rested on the bottom, re $5,000,000. The company proposes to and Eastern, $2.25 per sack; new po- a number o f rifles and 500 barrels of great powers have been dragged into Chang Chow.
The crews of incoming vessels are maining 40 minutes. When the sub
powder. The local authorities learned
joining the strikers as soon as they en- marine was raised she was found to huild a railroad from Portland to »»toes, 5l@ 6c pound; sweet potatoes, that she was about to take Advantage the second conference unwillingly by
force of publie opinion and are believed
Will Examine More Baggage.
twr French porta Even river steamers be In perfect condition, not the Clear Lake. W asco County, by Salmorf ®c J*cr pound.
f the absence o f the guardships to to be strongly averse to the proposition.
Butter — City
River and T ro y Lake Pass.
are tied up.
M exico City. June 5 — In railroad
■lightest leak being discovered.
creamery, 24(S25c per pound. State try to destroy her cargo on the
British delegates to The Hague peace
circles here today it is announced
Naw Government Survey.
Fancy creamery, 24c; beach.
Voliva Temporary Head.
conference will not make the first move
that the United States customs o f
A. H. Sylvester, o f
for disarmament, for fear of displeas
ficials have decided to make the ex
— Oregon full cream twins,
Washington. June 11.-—The cruis the Geological Survey, Is at work
ing the Kaiser.
City of Mexico, June 7.— Florence was formally recognized by Federal amination of baggage crossing the
Young America, 17c per pound.
er Charleston, flagship of the Pacific topographically surveying land in
Portland was seized with a gambling squadron, was ordered to Portland Oregon. Including Bull Run forest I Poultry— Average old hens, 14c; Morales and Bernardo Mora were Judge K. M. Landis, ss the rightful Mexican border into the United States
much more rigid than heretofore. Ac
mania and fully $50,000 was wagered to participate In the rose festival, be reserve and thqt portion of the Cas- mixed chickens, 13tc; spring fryers found guilty last night’ of murdering
head o f the Christian Catholic cording to railroad officials, the Unit
on the mayoralty contest in the cam ginning June 19, and to remain in cade forest reserve which Includes * " d broilers, 18(.i20c; old roosters, 9 General Manuel Barrillas. ex-Pres-
Church In Zion City, founded by ed States Customs Department has
paign just closed.
the harbor and take part In the Mount Hood. This area covers the @10c; dressed chickens, l#@17c; tur- Ident of the republic of Guatemala,
basin for the Portland k5Y*. llv«- 10® l l c ; turkeys dressed, in this city, on the night of April 7 John Alexander Dowle, and the been lenient in its examinations, the
The French cruiser Chancy, which Fourth of July celebration.
choice, nominal; geese, live, per
Judge declared that W ilbur Glenn working rule being that only 10 per
W’hen It was ascertained that the water supply.
went ashore on the Saddle Islands May
pound, 8c; young ducks. 17(®18c; old verdict the two defenders of the as Vollya was elected overseer of the cent of the trunks should be thor
Charleston, drawing 25 feet of water,
20, Is a total loss.
oughly searched for dutiable article*
could safely cross the bar and ascend
• 600 An Ac-e.
the provision for 20 years' Impris church a»" a temporary arrangement
Howard Elliott, the deposed presi the river to Portland, the president
Oregon City— State Treasurer Geo.
onment. The court took the matter
F.ggs— 17lcfi?isk per dozen.
StHke Grows at Havra.
dent of the Northern Pacific, is about saw to It that the flagship was de
Steel has sold his S2-scre farm
under advisement and In 20 minutes nent action could be taken.
Veal— Dressed. 73(Sl25 pounds, 8
Havre, June 3.— Disturbances took
te be reinstated by powerful friends in tailed as above stated.
near Meldrnm station, on the line of 3}c; 125<VC 150 pounds, 7c; 150fa200 returned, pronouncing the death sen
place Sunday afternoon between strik
opposition to Hill.
the O. W. P. division of the Portland pounds, 6c; 200 pounds and up. 5t(d6c tence.
Favors Public OwnarsMo.
ing fishermen and fishermen who had
Railway. Light A Power Company, to
Beef— Dressed bulls, 4<g4$c per
Madison. WIs., June 8.— Tha State not eeased work. Eventually, however,
Eva Booth, commander of the Ral
Odessa. June 11.— In consequence sn Eastern man for $16,000.
B tsf Gees Up at Pittsburg
pound; cows, 6@7c; country steers.
Assembly today passed the public the latter joined the movement.
vation Army, was greeted in Rerkeley,
Pittsburg. June 7.— A general ad utilities bill by a rote of 77 to 10.
Cal., by an audience of 3,000, and thou of the fear Inspired by the terrorists
N «w Carrier at Ho’brook.
here, two police Inspectors, five sub
sands more were turned away.
Mutton— Dressed, fancy, 9c per vance In the price of meats was an The bill provides for the control by
inspectors and 37 policemen hare
W . Oaus pound; ordinary, 8<38ic; spring lambs, nounced in this city.
Beef Is the the State Railway Commission of all
Nimes. France, June 5.— A gigantic
The board of managers of govern asked to be allowed to resign. The
ns been appointed regnlar. Oscar tots' 10k.
meat mostly affected. The Increase public service corporations except demenitrstios
of winegrower» was held
ment homes for old soldiers is aaaai- authorities refused the request, as Fnlkenberg substitute, rnral free de
Pork— Dressed. !00<Sl30 pounds. In prlee to the consumer Is from 6 telegraph and telephone companies.
monslv In favor of ths restoration of serting that such action would con- livery carrier, route one. at Holbrook 8»(S*c; 110<S20P pounds, 7®7ic; 200 to 10 cents a pound, according to The Commission has power over ser here ns a proteat against the sdultars-
tlon of wine. Nine thousand par
the army csateen la
vice and rates.
pounds and np. 6®6k-
■arched in tha proeeaaioa.
NEWS O H M E WEEK
In i Condensed Form lor Off
American Citiz n Wora Rad Necktie
In Russian City.
Riga, Russia, June I t .— Two cases
of great interest to Americans were
heard at a special session of the Rus
sian Supreme Court, sitting here
One was the case of Theodore Smith
of Astoria, Oregon, who was arrest
ed because he had on a red necktie
and was charged with being in sym
pathy with the rebels in the Baltic
provinces. The other was the case
o f August Slbbul, an Esthonlan farm
er, who had been arrested for read
lng a translation of the American
Declaration o f Independence to
meeting of peasants.
Both men had been condemned to
death, but Influential friends had ob
talned for them a new trial. A fter
hearing the evidence produced, the
court sentenced Smith to prison for
10 months and Slbbul for 18 months
Both men were defended by Vladl
mir Chvolsen, an eminent criminal
He is trying now to have
Smith, a naturalized citizen o f the
United States admitted to ball, as he
w ill carry the case to the Russian
Senate. Slbbul said to your corres
“ I beg you to express my most
heartfelt sentiments to the American
people, whose glorious declaration of
Independence will be read now In the
Russian prisons. It has caused me
hard suffering, but I am glad I read
it. I have not been any way a rebel
or a terrorist and know only my
farm work. I am a farmer, just as
the Americans who wrote and read
this great manifesto of freedom were
"On the anniversary of the declar
atlon of American Independence
try to express with my fellow-sufTer
ers here our respect for this great
historical day. W e w ill tear up our
shirts and paint the pieces with the
stars and stripes and so make little
American flags, which we w ill wave
out o f the prison windows.”
It Is possible that both men will
be exiled to Siberia, although neither
really committed any political of
fense, for the wearing of a red neck
tie and the reading o f the American
declaration o f independence Is no
where In the world listed among the
In spite o f the strongest protests
in the Douma against the cruelties
committed by the Russian prison
and police officials on the political
prisoners, they are dally torturing
the prisoners In a most brutal way
Mr. Smith said:
" I have been beaten four times be
cause I refused to eat the nauseous
prison food. My brother provided me
with better food, which was brought
to me from outside the prison."
Testifies Before Commission and
ALTON DEAL MAT BE ANNULLED