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WAR TALK ALL PO LITICS.
MEN REFUSED RAISE
O PP O SE FOREST RESERVES.
h i OR Y SACKEO UP.
OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
dank Records 8how That Orchard
Public Lands Convention Starts Cam
paign for Thsir Elimination.
Colo., June 19.— A mighty
Tokio, June 26.— Public excite
E STA C A D A ........... GRBOOH
campaign to defeat the policy of the
the slate proved by documentary evi
ment over the Am erican question has
prtsent administration at Washington,
dence that tnenev was sent Orchard
almost parted away, but agitation Is
SE T T LLR S W ILL LOSE LAND.
WHEAT N O T 8POILEO.
which aims at the oonservution of the
still going on. It Is mostly the work
remaining public lands of the United
o f the politicians of the opposition,
Klamath Fails Aroused Over Recent Clackamas County Crops ard Looking States, was inaugurated in Denver to
.bowed by the records o f the Postal
who are employing the question ss s
day. A convention known as the Pub
Wall— Large AbpiO Crop.
Ruling by Garfield.
company at Denver that two rem it
lic Lands convention, witti delegates in
weapon o f attack upon the Ministry.
tances were made, one by W olff, Pet
attendance in greater oi leaser »timbers
The Progressives and a coterie of
.lboue’s representative, and the othei made hy Secreiary Gaitield has com
from all the states west of the Missouri
politicians called the "D aldo Club,"
jy P. Bone, the latter name being a plicated matters In township 37, range over crop conditions, and beMeve river and from the territories, hut real
will likely join hands In a combined
that the. yield w ill be large, espec ly dominated hy special interests in
attack on the Ministry over the Company Refuses to Recognize the play on the words. Orchard testilieo 10. This tract of land was secured on ially In wheat. The aphis, which did (Joloiado and Wyoming, is to form the
A Rtium« o f tho Last Important but
Union— Nearly Two Hundred
American question, their principal
Not Last Intarasting Evants
. ettlboue. Further, it Is understoou 4n timber firm, several years ago, but so much damage last year, has not base of this movement.
aim being to strengthen their respec
The stales, through some of Iheir
o f tha Past Waak.
.hat a handwriting expert will testify their filing was rejected at the Lake appeared, and the recent rains have
liv e positions In the coming election
representative«, argue that it is essen
.1 some tim e belors the case la end-
o f local assemblies and also In the
view land office, the officials asserting aphis prevented much o f the wheat tial to their development that the na
Car shortage In Oregon Is attri general election next year.
San Francisco, June 22— The tele jd , that both applications were made that the scrip was fraudulent. On ap from heading, and the loss to the tional government stay its policy of
buted by Harriman to shippers.
Reports from conservation, so that millions of acres
Their principal watchword Is the graph operators employed by th<
peal to the commissioner of the general farmers was heavy.
A New York tenement building diplomatic Impotency o f the Salonji Western Uqjpn and Poqtal Telegraph ture o f those remittances Is that land office and to Secretary Hitchcock, outlying districts are very satisfac of land may be thrown open to unre
tory, and in the eastern and south stricted entry and exploitation. Great
collapsed, killin g 18 people, all fo r Cabinet, which has resulted, they companies left their keys at 3:31' identification of t t e
the Lakeview land office was upheld ern portions o f the county there will areas of couseived lands deprive tiie
and waived In both cases.
say, in suffering to compatriots In o’clock yesterday afternoon
be good crops. George H. Gregory,
Another link In the chain o f docu Recently tiie Wisconsin firm secured a of M olalla, one of the few teasel states of revenue through taxation, as
A lone highwayman is again hold America and in Inability to receive walked out of the offices.
well as by preventing rapid growth of
ing up stages en route to the Yose-
mentary evidence of payments has
growers o f the Pactflc Coast, savs population. Tiie argument sounds log
treatment worthy o f the subjects of ihort blasts from a police whittle
m ite park.
gave the signal, and at the sound the
ical, and can be met only by the arous
a first-class power.
W h ile the prune crop In many sec
South American republics fear an
operators arose from the tables, pul from the First National hank statea one formerly rendered and giving the
It Is difficult to foretell how' far on their coats and quit their Jobs.
tions will be Bhort, there Is a fine ed Interest of the entire countiy—
attack on Monroeism at The Hague
hat the stub of the $100 draft pur lands to the timber company. The nrospect for a large crop of apples. North, East and South, os well as West
they can succeed In stirring up the
Both the Postal and Western
chased for Bimpkins In December, tract of land is within ten miles of this The strawberry crop Is still being — to the fact that the welfare of the
Texas plans a rigid quarantine public, but whatever attempts are Union main San Francisco offices are
1005, showed It was secured on De -ity and ia especially valuable for tim harvested, and W ilson berries sold people of the United States as a whole
against tuberculosis cases coming In made In the way of agitation, actual located close together In the Ferry
Since the fire the main cember 21, the day on which the ber, while some of it is suitable for ag for $1 per crate In the local mar is at stake.
from other states.
hostilities with the United States are relay office o f the Western Union ha>
Severs! persons kets Saturday. Indications are bright
money was sent to Bimpkins fo r Or rlcultural purposes.
A nine-year-old Italian boy has not even dreamed of. The war talk been at West Oakland, where, until
V O T E CANAL LEVY.
from Kiamah Falls have homesteads in for a large crop of cherries, and very
few have been spelled by the rains so
been killed In New Orleans, presum In some of the American press Is yesterday afternoon, about 150 men
the township and have made improve far this season.
ably by members of the Black Hand
and women were employed. In the
ments on the land, but according to the
totally Ignored here.
Assessment to Dig Lake Washington
he second figure o f the date had secretary’s decision, must give up the
San Francisco offices about 20 oper
ators were employed, and at outside oeen punched out, and it was neces- lands.
A collision between freigh t and
WRECK IN C O N N E C T IC U T .
shipment o f 2,000
Seattle, Wash., June 19.— The King
branches about 20 more.
passenger trains on the New York
tary to refer to the stub to determine
In a few instances holders made final brook trout and 12,000 rainbow
The Postal company had 60 oper
county board of commissioners this
Central near Rochester, N. Y., re
that the draft was Issued to Bimpkins proof on timber claims in this town
Fast Passenger Crashes Into Rear of ators In Its main San Francisco of on the day that Pettlbone gave as the ship and disposed of them to third per trout has been received from the afternoon granted the petition of the
sulted in the death o f five men.
government hatchery on the Clack lak e Washington canal enthusiasts to
Employes of both companies,
Work Train With Fatal Results.
date on which the money was sent.
sons. The sitnation is quite complicat amas river. The. brook trout were
with the exception o f one in each o f
form a $1,075,000 assessment district
threaten to quit work July 1. They
planted In streams near Forts Co
Hartford, Conn., June 25.— Six
to construct the waterway between
are receiving no more pay than be
H O LD S LAND IN T R U ST .
fore the fire though expenses are workmen were killed and 40 were and Oakland were dissatisfied with Laud Convention Told President's Pol
bow trout were planted In streams Puget sound and lakes Union and
Injured when a passenger train on the letter from President Clowry, ot
greater and work harder.
to upper Young’s R iver and Washington. A petition w ill immedi
icy Will Be Kept Up.
No Sheep Killing Looked for.
running through property owned by ately be filed in the Federal court for
The surety company on the bond the Highland division o f the New the Western Union, published Thurs
Sumpter— The recent rains have had Dr. Vaughn and C. V. Brown of this the appointment of a board of assessors
Denver, Colo., June 21.— Presi
o f Treasurer Bantel, o f San Fran York, New Haven & H artford R ail day, and Insisted that their demandb
a most beneficial effect upon the grasses
Messrs. Vaughn and Brown to levy an sssissment upon benefited
cisco, says he must have the signa road crashed Into the rear o f a work for a 25 per cent Increase In wages dent Roosevelt has served notice ou of the ranges of this section of Eastern city.
will prohibit fishing in the streams property.
the West, in a letter that was read at
tures of both Schmitz and Gallagher train that was backing Into the city should be granted.
Oregon. Already sheep and cattlemen for three years, w ill feed the young
President Small, o f the Commer
This board w ill number 11 persons
on warrants for money.
from New Britain Saturday night, at cial Telegraphers’ union, arrived the Public Lands convention, which are beginning to occupy the localities fish for a time, and w ill also fence
and a tenative district extending from
A picnic party near Tacoma was the Sigourney street crossing.
they arranged for during the Btockmen’s off with wire screens the portions of the Snohomish county line to a point
Of here Thursday, and after considering
precipitated Into the Sound by the
the situation, ordered the strike un adopting resolutions much less rad convention here last fall with the for the streams where the fry were
three miles south of Kent has been ap
slip giving way as the crowd was the injured, two probably w ill die.
less the Increase was granted. Both
In one Instance, it took an hour the Western Union and the Postal o f ical than those who had the affair in est reserve officials. Several bands of
proved. This would include the entire
boarding a steamer.
city of Seattle and half of the valley
fell Into the water of whom five were and a half to rescue a workman, who ficials decline to grant the lncreast
Will Water Malheur Land.
between Seattle and Tacoma in the area
killed and 16 hurt.
was pinned beneath the trucks. His or to consult with the union. They
Vale— A big irrigation project is be
any day. It is not thought there will
Martial law has been proclaimed head was hanging down backward expressed their willingness to con its end pursue a policy o f fostering 1« any ruthless slaughter of sheep like ing developed on the Owyhee liver, adjudged to be benefitted by the canal.
The valley benefit consists largely in a
slder and act upon any grievance: actual homemakiug and preventing
at Sebastopol, Russia.
and he suffered severely, but the res presented by their employes as lndl
that which lias disgraced the state dar tributary to Nyssa. The project coven removal of danger from damage by
Portuguese chafe under the czar- cuers encouraged him while doctors vlduals, but this has not satisfied the the remaining public laDds from be ing past years, owing to the satisfac something like 200,000 acres of land
ing exploited by men and corpora tory arrangements made in allotting and is being worked ot by Messrs. Test floods, w ith the improvement in real
like rule of K ing Carlos.
reached between the
framework men, and the walkout resulted.
estate values from the opening of the
tions and o f prosecuting those who the ranges of the reserve, as each indi and Gregg, of Ontario, who have inter
Prominent men are Implicated In which held him a prisoner and
canal aB a secondary consideration.
the Colorado land frauds.
By the action of the county commis
treated the wounds on his face and
The plan is to take water from tbe sioners approval Is given to the plan of
The west, by reason of the presi with the government.
Italian bakers have gone on a head.
dent’s written declaration and state
raising $1,000,000 by special assess
strike against night work.
There are three unofficial versions Defense Asks Court to Dismiss Hay
of Nyssa, place reservoirs at different ment up to 10 mills for the construc
Prospects for Cherry Fair.
ments made In detail during the last
wood, But is Refused,
Deaths and prostrations are of o f the cause o f the wreck. One Is
Salem— Preparations are almost com
tion of a canal. The extra $75,000 is
dally occurrence In New York.
Boise, Idaho, June 22.-— Yesterday few days by Secretary of the Interior
that the passenger train from New
plete for the second annual Cherry higher land lying east and south of the needed for office work and the expenses
Mayor Schmitz continues to exer Britain went out on a wrong track In the Haywood murder trial, after Garfield and United States Forester Fair, to be held here July 10 11-12, point of intake. A number of people of the commission.
cise executive authority from his The second Is that the work train the state had rested Its case in chief Plnchot, w ill have a much better un
are securing lan now, for the territory
The canal w ill be a temporary affair,
the defense made a motion for an derstanding o f the adm inistration’s under the auspices of the Oregon H oiti-
had the right o f way until 7 o ’clock instructed verdict, and there follo w intention with respect to a matter cnltural society and in conjunction covered by the project w ill be rich and the single lock in Shilshole hay being
The San Francisco street car strike and should have had a clear track ed the first protracted argument of that Is second In importance to no with the Northwest Nurserymen’s asso valuable when irrigated.
the only piece of concrete work. It is
Is proving a failure and many men
believed by the property owners in tire
that the paaaenger train was ahead the long contest. It occupied a long other now occupying public atten ciation convention.
are returning to work.
Granger’s View o f School Tsx.
afternoon session and was o f tht tion. The better understanding has and invitations have heen sent out
Lakes Union and Washington district
o f time at the time.
The third Is highest Interest, bringing out the
been Indicated already in the resolu broadcast by Secretary Armstrong and,
The Union Pacific claims the two-
Salem— “ The Stale Grange,” said tliat the opening of a waterway between
tions adopted by a convention or judging from the number of applica State Senator Jacob Voorhies, long the sound and the lakee will be fol
cent rate law Is not compulsory and
of the state and those o f the defense ganized with intent hostile to the na
and failed to close it.
w ill fight It In the courts.
tions for space already received the identified with its work, “ stands upon lowed by government control and im
respecting the governing law o f the tional administration. These resolu
success of the exhibit is practically the policy, defined hy the constitution provement.
tions do not In their entirety express
Over 20 silver cupe w ill be and laws of .the state, that when a child
opium dens In the Chinese part of
LIGH TNING HIT8 OIL TA N K S.
On the side o f the defense the what conservative representatives of assured.
Shanghai have been closed.
S T O P ALL W ORK O N C APITO L.
claim was that there was no testi the public lands states declare would awarded in the different varieties and has heen provided with a good, common
Mark Twain was a visitor of K ing Violent Storm Does Much Damage In mony to connect Haywood with the be the registered sentiment of the classes of cherry exhibits, while special school education, the obligation of the
murder o f Frank Steunenberg, com west itself If unrestricted expression premiums w ill be given for floral dis taxpayer has been fully discharged, and Sacramento Trades Council Finds
Edward who was greatly pleased
Indien T erritory.
the policy of taxation to educate a few
mitted by Orchard, an alleged accom thereof had been permitted In Den plays and creditable seedlings.
with the American humorist.
Stone Cut by Non-union Men,
Tulsa, I. T., June 25.— A violent pllce o f the defendant. The law re vsr.
to fit them for special work or profes
The governm ent’s anti-Polish pol
specting the testimony o f an accom
June 19.— A t noon to
icy Is Increasing. Many Polish pap
plice was quoted and commented up
LAST EFFORT OF U NIO N.
ers are being suppressed and meet dian T erritory early Saturday, caus on and it was claimed there was no
Oregon City— The shad hatchery es and should be limited if net abolished day all oi the union men employed on
ing damage to property estimated at testimony to connect Haywood with
tablished at W illam ette falls by Su — at least the system c l taxation ehou’d tiie state capitol were ordered to cease
work on the repairs of tho building, on
A terrific elec Orchard In the commission o f this Telegraph Operators Aik Neill to Use perintendent Henry O’ Malley, of the be more equitably adjusted.”
A Seattle restaurant has declined nearly $500,000.
account of a controversy that lias arisen
United States bureau of fisheries, is in
to serve Japanese.
trical storm accompanied the wind act, excepting that o f Orchard him
between the Building Trades coancil
Learns Something In Oregon.
self, which could not be accepted.
Chicago, June 20.— W ith the gen operation and is an unusual sight. A l
Daniel Osirs, a Paris banker, has and lightning struck oil tanks all
Hood River— S. W . Fletcher, pro and the firm of Hayes A Townsend, the
Mr. Richardson made a very able
left $5,000,000 to the Pasteur Insti over the mid-continent field.
In argument along these lines. He went eral executive board of the Commer
taken, though the hatchey was started fessor of horticulture and landscape contractors in charge oi the brick and
Glennpool, near Tulsa, a 55,000-bar over the testimony o f most all the cial Telegraphers’ Union yesterday only last week. George H. Talbert iB gardening of tire Michigan State Agri- stone work.
The derailment o f a work train rel tank o f the Quaker Oil & Gas witnesses, winding up his review of approving a strike against both the conducting operations and the bureau cultural college, was an interested vis
These orders were issued shortly be
near Detroit, Minn., resulted In the Company and a dozen other small the narrative o f each crime touched Postal and Western Union T ele
expects to take 1,600,000 eggs. The itor at Hoed River a few days ago. fore noon hy George Duffy, the agent
upon with the declaration that there
death o f tw o men.
tanks were struck by lightning and was nothing to connect Haywood graph companies, the eyes o f the fish are hatched in glass jars on the Mr. Fletcher was here to learn some of the Building Tradss council, who
discovered that the sandstone that is
The consul general o f Guatemala are still burning fiercely.
W illiam with It.
country are now fixed on Charles P. sixth day after being taken and are thing about the growing and packing
to the United States says President
of strawberries and said: “ We take off used in the vestibule of the building
Neill, United States commissioner of
Cabrera Is In the best o f health,..
our hate to Hood River in the fruit bus was being cut by a nonunion stone
at Cooly Bluff o f nine 16,000-barrel nounced his decision refusing the labor, who Is looked upon as the last the shad are placed in the W iillam ette
river and others are being sent to iness. It seems to be able to do what cutter in the employ of Carlow Broa.,
The trial of Louis Glass, general tanks, nnd the Standard Oil Com motion.
"T h e court Is thoroughly satisfied source through whom peace may Skagit river and other Washington no other section in the country can in the firm furnishing the stone. It ap
manager o f the Pacific States Tele-
pears that tbe sandstone cutters, who
the way of kng distance shipments.’
pone Company, w ill start In a few pany's tanks at the same place were that this case should be submitted to come.
are affiliated with the Building Tradea
the jury. I f T felt differently I would
almost totally destroyed.
The strike situation reached a
not hesitate to so rule.”
council of San Francisco, have been on
most critical stage during the day.
Brook Trout Planted In Molalla
May Force Batter Service.
The telegraphers’ strike In San
The court then explained that he In the hope that strife may yet be
Strikebreakers En Route.
Oregon City— Through the efforts ef a strike since last March.
'Salem — The matter of poor passenger
Francisco came as a surprise to East
Sacramento, Cal., June 25.— Two
ern men who thought the trouble all carloads o f strikebreakers, herded by written opinion, because there were retary o f the union, telegraphed train service on the Southern Pacific, Oregon City and Molalla sportsmen,
Bribery Cats Set.
Pinkerton detectives, passed through two more defendants to be tried from Chicago to S. K. Konenkamp, es|>ecially south to north, having been the United States bureau of fisheries
Ban Francisco, June 19.— The case
taken up with the company officials hy lias planted 1,500 Eastern brook trout
Many French soldiers have de
Court then adjourned until 10 Union, to find Commissioner N eill in the railroad commission, after numer in tlie waters of the Molalla river and against John Martin, Frank Drum and
L ittle satisfactory
serted and joined the rebels In the San Francisco.
Eugene de Sable, indicted for bribery
o’clock Monday morning.
New York and ask him to use his In ous complaints lia<l been lodged, and tributaries.
wine-growing district where rioting Information could be gleaned here.
alleged to have been committed by
fluence In arranging a m eeting of the company having failed to remedy
To newspapermen some o f those
Roads Fight Lower Rates.
representatives o f both sides.
PO R TLAN D M ARKETS.
them as officials oi the San Francisco
aboard the train said they were
the conditions complained of witiiin a
Carson, Nev., June 22.— Suit war
Gss A Electric company, were continu
Presidents o f all western railroads operators, but to delegates o f the
No Inducements Offered.
Wheat— Club, 86c; blnestem, 88@ ed by Judge Lawler this morning until
have a scheme whereby they hope to Telegraphers’ Union they Insisted brought In the United States District
New York, June 21.— A Berlin likely set a hearing for the subject at 89c; valley, 86c; red, 84c.
Inaugurate a 2 cent passenger rate that they were streetcar men and Court by the Southern Pacific, San
Friday, to which day tiie cases involv
dispatch to the Herald says that the
were expected to go to work only
on all roads.
Oats— No. 1 white, $email@example.com; ing Patrick Calhoun, Thornwell Mul-
after the present troubles at the Bay
lally, Tirey L . Ford and W illiam M.
The Standard Oil Company Is se City were over. The hands o f most gon railways asking that the state American steamship lines have re vice from Koreburg when scheduled
Barley— Feed, $21.50@22 per ton; Abbott, officials of the United Rail
curing control of various railroads o f the men Indicated that they were railroad commission and state offi fused to set on a resolution adopted trains are more than one hour late.
brewing, nominal; rolled, $23.60@ roads, were also postponed.
cers be enjoined from putting Into by the Southwestern Immigration
which w ill give them a continuous not laborers.
effect the rates named in the Syphys congress and w ill do nothing toward
line from ocean to ocean.
Lawler intends to conduct the inquiry
After Truant Pupils.
Corn— Whole, $28; cracked, $26 per on all the cases at the same time.
hill passed by the last legislature. the development o f New Orleans as
Will Ask That Riots Csats.
Salem— County school superintend- ton.
The Vanderbilts have gained con
Tokio, June 25.— An informal The complaint alleges that the law an Immigrant station.
trol of several belt lines running out m eeting was held Saturday after Is unconstitutional and Is an Inva reason for the decision Is given, but snta according to advices being received
Hay— Valley tmothy, No. 1, $17@18
Negotiations Are All OfF-.
by State Superintendent Ackerman, are
o f Chicago.
noon hy the delegatee from the sion o f the rights o f the judiciary. It the H erald’s dispatch quotes an
per t n ; Eastern Oregon timothy, $21
Chicago, June 19.— Secretary W es
Orover Cleveland Is reported as Chamber* o f Commerce o f Tokio, further charges that the rates tn the agent o f one o f the steamship com
@23: clover, $9; cheat, $9@10; grain
ley Russell, of the Commercial Tele
being 111, but In no grave danger.
Osku. Koh K yoto and Yokohama. A charges prescribed are unjust unre- panies as saying that until employers active preparations for the rigid en hay, $9@10; alfalfa, $13@14.
graphers’ union of America, returned
muneratlve and Impracticable.
o f lnbor In the Southern states learn forcement of the compulsory education
Schmlts has set up a plea that he
to treat whites as they should, im law, as amended by the last legislature.
today to Chicago from New York and
crate; cherries, 3@12Hc per pound;
is too 111 to be In jail and should be grave danger facing the commercial
migration w ill not be encouraged.
announced that a s trk e of the opera
relations o f the United States and
The policy of t i l superintendents is to
Suit to Test Range Law.
released on ball.
Japnn, ow ing to the anti-Japanese
tors of the Western Union and Postal
resort to the courts dnly when moral
St. Petersburg, June 22.— An tm
$1.26<gl.65 per crate; plums, $1.65
President Cabrera, o f Guatemala, sentiment on the Pacific Coast. The
Appsal Grazing Decision.
companies was a practical certainty.
suasion has failed, and truant officers per box.
Is reported to be dying. Blood pois necessity o f resorting to speedy
Announcement was made from the
Butte, Mont., June 21.— A Helena are to act only under the direct instruc
Vegetables— Turnips, $2 per sack;
oning Is given as the cause.
measures to remove this obstacle to Governors o f the Province o f Arch
headquarters of the local union that all
tions of the coun'y superintendents.
carrots, $2 50 per sack; beets, $2.60
the development o f trade relation angle, Novgorod, Inetz, Paskov, R ya
negotiations or . a settlement of the
Prince Pescar, a member of the ship was pointed out.
At the next zan, Smolensk, T v er and Yaroslay. tion whether the forestry officials
per sack; asparagus, 10c per pound;
troubles have been broken off. A force
Italian nobility, was killed In an au meeting the resolution will be given
have right to keep a man's stock off
Want Old Kate Established.
beans, 1 0 *l$ H c per pound; cabbage,
tomobile accident near Napha.
of clerks was busily engaged today
granting them to suspend newspa the reserve Is to be carried to the
Salem— A petition has been received
pers, disperse meetings, banish un Circuit court o f Appeals. The papers from the Sunset Logging company by 2He per pound; com, 36@50e per mailing assessments to members of the
dozen; cucumbers, 75cperdosen; let
A number of business houses on
desirable persons and take other were prepared and filed in the Fed
8ays Orient Will Conquer.
the railroad eommirslon asking that tuce, head, 25c per dozen; onions, 15 union preparatory to the strike.
Van Ness avenue, San Francisco,
T.ondon, June 25.— General W il monsures for the maintenance of eral court for an appeal In the case the old rate upon shipments of logs and
have been destroyed by fire.
liam Booth, head o f the Salvation public security by adm inistrative pro o f the United States against Thomas lumber, recently reduced by the com @20c per dosen; peas, 2H@4c per
Medicos Are in Session.
pound; radishes, 20c per dosen; rhu
Army, has returned to Iwndon after cess. without having resort to the Shannan, against whom Judge Hunt
Los Angeles, June 19.— More than
mission upon complaint of the Key barb, 3H « per pound; tomatoes, $3.50
A bill for a receiver of the Waters- his trip to the Orient, greatly Im conrts and to inflict punishment to Issued a perpetual restraining order
300 members c f the National Medical
Imprisonment and In March o f this year, preventing stone Lumber company from $15 and @4 per crate.
Plerce Oil Company has been filed la pressed with the potentialities from three
Shannon from grazing his cattle on $12 to $12 and $10, respectively, be
Potatoes— Oregon, $2.50*3 per sock; association met today in this city in
the Federal court at Sherman. Texas. the yellow races. During the course $500 fine.
their seventh annua! seeslon in the
the L ittle Belt reservation without a restored, because the latter rate is ruin new potato)«, 4H @ 4H e per pound.
of an Interview here he declared that
France the Chinese and Japanese w ill com
Czar Shows tha Iron Hard.
grazing perm it."
ous to the company > business, since it
Batter— Fancy cresroey, 22 H * 25c Hotel Alexandria. The delegates ore
brought out the troops and In the pletely capture Eastern trade and
from all parte of the country. The
will not pay operating expenses.
Denver. June 22.— An agreement
clash that followed several persona commerce.
President to Hunt up North.
features was reached yesterday between Col
meeting was called in the rega'ar order
about the Chinese and Japanese." he orado representatives o f the range
Victoria, B. C., June 21.— Shortly
Conztrucfion Starts Soon.
per pound; mixed chickens, ISHc; at 1 o’clock. After a prayer by Rev.
said, "th at are bound to make them Interests and officials o f the Interior after his present term ot office ex
Drain— Every Indication
points spring fryers and broilers, 16*17e; old Robert McIntyre, D. D., Mayor Harper
Two of the regular stages from the conquerors o f the world, but they
Department, under which Fred Light pires. Theodore Roosevelt, president toward an early opening of construc
roosters, 9@10c; dressed chickens, 16 delivered an address of welcome. Tbia
Raymond, Cal., to Wawona were w ill do It by peaceful means.”
of Aspen, Is to become plaintiff In a
tion work on the Oregon Western
is reaponded to by Dr. E O. Sharp,
held up and about $260 In money
turkeys. live, 10*12c; turkeys,
friendly suit In the Colorado District
Railroad from here to Coo» Bay.
of Guthrie, Okie.
and considerable Jewelry secured.
Spain to Put Up tha Bara.
Courts to test the power of the gov
Concrete abutments for the steel
The "Black Kid” Is supposed to have
Madrid. June 26.— Senor T^elerva. ernment to forbid grazing on govern Such Is the Information contained In bridges on the “ Y ” across Elk Creek per pound, 8e; young ducks, 13*14c;
done the work.
Tropical Haat In Madrid.
letter from Warburton Pike, au are being bnllt and all tha steel for old ducks, 10c.,
minister o f the Interior. Yesterday ment domain, unfenced. hut Included
Madrid, Jnne 19.— Tiie heat here la
Governor Hughes has signed the bill read the Immigration bill In the In reserves. Officials of tha govern thor of "The Great Lone Land.” and the two bridge» 1» now tn the yard»
F.ggs— Candled, 21*22c per dosen.
granting a recount of the New York Cortea. The bill provides a system ment have been classing as trespass a renowned hunter of big game, to s In South Drain. At the tunnels the
Veal— Dr arsed, S ', @7 He per pound. Intense. On 8unday it waa 9<Hn tha
friend in this elty. Mr. Pike was In' machinery Is being put in shspe and
of Inspection and glvea the govern violations of the acts named.
King Alfoneo and Queen Vio-
Reel— Dressed bull», SH @ 4e per ■hade.
Washington recently and was a guest everything will be ready for work In pound; cows, 6 @ «H «i country »tears, toria are enjoying U a owl atmnephera
ment power to temporarily forbid
The Adams Express company has Immigration. It also forbids reerntt-
of Mr. Roosevelt at dinner.
Examlre Jurors Jointly.
at La Granja, where they will prob
•*@ 7 c .
just paid dividends to the extent of 200 tng by agencies. The government
San Francisco. June 21.— The e l
Mutton — Brewed , fancy, 9e per ably remain a month. It ia said they
per cent in bonds.
111 negotiate the treaties with imination of grand Jurors was be
Treasure Ship From Memo.
Marked Flab Find Way to Ocean.
ill spend a fortnight on tha Isle of
pound; oidinary, 6@7c; spring lsmb>,
Rttef has heen gven another week to neighboring powers to prevent clan gun yesterday morning before Su
Seattle. Jnne 11.— The steam
Wight in August.
Astoria— One of the marked salmon 10310HC.
answer indictments in connection with destine Immigration.
perior Judge I-aw lor by the attor ship Victoria arrived from Nome that were ttimed oat from the Cloeka-
Pork— Browed, 6@8H<’ par pound.
the United Railways bribery.
neys for three groups of accused mil yesterday.
She Is the first boat to mac river hatchery In 1904 waa deliver
Hope— 6@8c per pound, according to
Jerome Will Now Indict.
The conrt Insisted for the return. A treasure shipment of $1.-
The state has introduced letters
New York, June 19.— District Attor
Kansas City. Mo.. June IS.— Pres mrpoee of saving time that the ex 000.000 was brought down. Only $7
written by Haywood which Implicate
Wool— Eastern Oregon average bast, ney Jemme announced today that the
ident Roosevelt and the governors of aminations should be made jointly, passengers came out. Much lee was
him In the Htennenberg murder.
Two lfl@22c per pound, according to shrink grand jury invest leal ion of insurance
the several states have been asked to ss the motions filed on behalf of the met In the Behring Ben. Conditions nook and weighed 28 pounds.
China la grateful to the United States aid the National Union of Railway accused raise Identleal !settee and n Nome were reported good. There more of the marked fish were csoght a age; valley, 2J*2Ec, according to fino- companies has been concluded.
for a reduction of the indemnity grant Trackmen In a campaign for greater will be supported. If eupportad at all. Is n scarcity of Orientals for the few days before snd reported, bat their
be amid, will now prepare C ie e a
weight is not known.
ed at the close of the Boxer trouble.
safety In railway travel.
Hostilities With United Statea Not
Dreamed o f by Japanese.
NEWS OF THE WEEK
I a Condensed Form for O v
Basy le a d e n
Telegraph Operators In San Fran
cisco and.Oakland Quit.
SMALL ORDERED THE ^STRIKE