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H ALF TH O U S A N D
G R E A T E S T IN H IS T O R Y .
G re a t C o n fe re e ca to B e H e ld a t W h its
H o u s e in J u n e .
I OREGON STATE ITEMS OF INTEREST
S o u th e rn
K IL L E D .
S to r m M u c h W o rs e T h an
F ir s t R e p o rte d .
NEW ELECTRIC LINES
B A N K E R H O ijS C O N V IC T E O .
G u ilty
o f A p p r o p r ia tin g S ta te M o n e y
to P riv a te U #e.
Salem, Ore., April 24.— Guilty of
New Orleans. April 27.— Probably
converting to his own uao $288.000
500 lives lost, 100 or more pereonit
of state school lands, waa the verdict
fatally injured aud many times thia
L A G R A N D E R A IS E S S 3 ,3 0 0 .
M U S T 8 P R A Y O R C n A K Q r t.
rendered against J. Thorburn Ross
number fatally hurt, together with a
by a Marlon county Jury yesterday
property lose running up in the mil-
b u m S u b s c rib e d in a F e w M in u te s to F r u it C a m m ls s io n a n R aid W ill M a ka
afternoon. The jury was out an hour
linoi, in the record so far of a tornade
B o o m th a T o w n ..
O w n e rs O be y L a w .
and ten minutes.
that originated in the west two duye
La Grande— This city went on
Oregon City— J. H. Reid, o f Mll- ago, «weeping Texas, Arkansas, Louis
From what can be learned It ap
record tonight as heartily In favor waukie, fruit commissioner for tbe ana, Tennessee and Georgia. I t has left
pears that the Jury took four ballots
of assuming all the germs of boost
the first showing nine for conviction
bis intention o f cleaning up tbe pest- a path of death, desolation and want
possible when It subscribed In a few affltcted
Clackamas in itn wake, «erioualy interrupted all C a p ita liz a tio n o f O re g o n E le c tric In and three for acquittal.
& R esum a o f th o L a « * Im p o rta n t but
minutes the sum o f $3300, and In ad county, along tne tracks o f the Ore communication between cities in the
Sentence w ill be imposed by Judge
c re a s e d to £ 1 0 ,0 0 0 ,0 0 0 to
N o t La«« I n ta r a sting Events
dition secured a membership sub gon W ater Power & Railway Com aouth, and brought about chaotic con
Burnett on Monday morning.
C a r r y o n tn e W o rk ,
a f th a P aat Waafc.
scription o f 125 to a reorganized
penalty provided by law Is Impris
pany, and will bold a conference with ditions in many smaller tqwns.
commercial club at $1 3nch.
onment In the penitentiary for from
County Fruit Inspector A. J. Lewis
Mississippi, already a sufferer from
Not satisfied with raising that and District Attorney Gilbert L.
one to fifteen years and by fine of
amount for boosting, the meeting Hedges, for the purpose o f carefully
Portland, A p ril 23.— T o gridiron double the amount o f the defalca
Adm ire! 3vans took an auto ride
passed a resolution to canvass tho laying plans to force the owners of again borne the brunt o f the winds and the W illam ette Valley with electric tion.
and la feeling much improved.
city so thoroughly tomorrow morn diseased orchards to either spray rain«.
Estimates o f the number of lines is the avowed purpose o f the
The case w ill, o f course, be ap
ing that the figures w ill be brought their trees or cut them down.
The b o 7 COtt o f Japanese goods by
tho«e who lost their lives in that state Oregon Electric K ailway Company. pealed to the supreme court, when
the case w ill be tried practically
Chinese has extended to Australia.
“ Marion and Yamhill counties place the death list between 150 and
mittee was appointed to do this.
500,000 was Increased yesterday to anew, for the defense objected to
have obeyed the law,” said Mr. Reid,
The supreme court of Illinois de
This sudden burst o f enthusiasm, “ and It Is up to Clackamas to do the 175, with a thousand or more injured.
$10,000,000. Extensions to the sys nearly all the evidence, saved excep
alares the new local option law valid.
backed up by financial support, was same.
In Texas, Louisiana, Alabama and tem were authorized aggregating 301 tions, and questioned the ruling of
It is a strong and forceful
primed and shot off through the e f argument that hundreds and perhaps Georgia the death lists are also large, miles. W ork w ill be commenced on the trial court on all points of law
the first of these lines this morning. that go to the foundation of the case.
stoned the car barns and several ar
thousands of homeseekers come from
the Portland Commercial Club, who the east through California, and, with serious loss of life in Arkansas
Stockholders and directors o f the
Attorney McCnmant declined to
rests were made.
this afternoon raised $600 at Elgin after traveling through the southern and Tennessee. Authentic information company met in the headquarters in discuss the verdict, but was very
Lieutenant General Llnevitch, who
for the same purpose.
He goes to portion o f Oregon and then through is in many instances lacking, owing to the Corbett building yesterday morn plainly deeply disappointed.
managed the Russian retreat from
Union and Cove tomorrow.
Lane, Linn and Marlon counties, the crippled facilities for communica ing and authorized the filin g of new
Mukden, la dead.
come to Clackamas and here are con tion and the lack of time to form any articles o f Incorporation.
T R Y T O K IL L G R A F T E R .
Representative Rayner, o f Mary
The follow in g new lines were au
fronted by the spectacle of scale-ln- thing like an accurate estimate of the
O re g o n W ill S till R aisa H o p s .
land, sayB It 1 b time to curb the
thorized by the directors of the com
fested trees, hundred o f acres of damage done in many sections.
In half a dozen communities martial pany at yesterday's m eeting: Salem E x -S u p e r v is o r G a lla g h e r B lo w n U p
power o f the president.
them, absolutely o f no value to the
have ruled in the hop market for the owners or to any one else.”
law has been declared, so terrible was to Albany, 18 miles; Garden Home
The Independence league o f New
the destruction and so helpless were to Hillsboro, 12 miles; Hillsboro to
last few years have not enused many
Tork Is practically bankrupt and Its
tho stricken people loft by tho disaster. Tillam ook, 57 miles; T lga rd vllle to
Oakland, Cal., April 24.— What is
Oregon hop growers to go out o f bus
creditors threaten suit.
C O M P L A IN S o f r a t e s .
Serious disorders have occurred in some Eugene, 125 m iles; Salem to M ill believed by the police to have been
iness. Perhaps 2500 or 3000 acres
K ing Edward says of the dead
plaeos, including Amite, La.
Looting City, 54 miles, and Albany to Cas-
prem ier: “ He was a faithful servant
E ugene M ill F in d s R a ilro a d T a riffs and other crimes have been reported, cadia, 35 miles. Total mileage, 301. an attempt to assassinate James L.
of his country. 1 am truly sorry he
but those instances have on the whole W ith the 50 miles already construct Gallagher, one o f the main witness s
H ave D o u b le d .
der favorable conditions, to produce
ed by the company between Portland for the prosecution in the ban Fran
Salom—J. M. Shelley, of Eugene, man
a crop as large, If not larger, than
Several places have issued appeals for
The Illinois democracy has in
that of 1907.
Cultivation is being ager of the Eugene Mill & Elevator Co., aid and in Mississippi Governor Noel and Salem, the construction o l the cisco graft cases, was made shortly
structed its delegates to vote for
neglected or postponed in some sec has protested against a recent raise of has been asked to provide tents for the new lines Just authorized will give a fter 7 o'clock tonight at the home
the Oregon Electric 351 miles of
Bryan and use all honorable means
tions, but In others the growers are nearly 100 per cent in cortain local homeless.
standard gauge railroad in the state. of W illiam H. Schenck, Gallagher's
to secure his nomination.
taking the best care o f their yards. freight rates in that part of the state.
The tornado has lasted in all a period
W illiam S. Barstow & Co., the en brother-in-law, East Twentieth street
The proportion of the matured crop He encloses a shipping receipt showing of noarly two days. It was Thursday
General Manager Gruber o f the
that w ill be picked will depend on that he pays a rate of 23 cents per 100 night that damage by tornadoes travel gineering firm which builds the lines and Nineteenth avenue. East Oak
Great Northern, estimates that the
how money matters can be arranged pounds on wheat and oats from Eugene ing was first reported from points in o f the Oregon Electric, has assem land, when a huge bomb placed ou
damage to that road by the bursting
In the summer. A good many of the to Yoncalla, 44 miles, which rate, he Texas. This was followed during tho bled construction materials and will the porch exploded and tore away
o f the Hauser lake dam was about
small growers are going ahead with says, is excessive, unjust and unreason next 24 hours by similar reports from begin work this morning on the Gar the whole front of the house. Galla
Upon Its gher was up stairs with his wife at
their work in the hope that some able. Prior to January 1, 1907, the rate Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and den H om e-Hillsboro line.
Los Angeles will take about 3300
completion, attention w ill be turned the time, and Mr. Schenck was In a
thing w ill happen before picking was 14 cents. The rate for a little long
Tennessee. Last night Alabama came to building from Salem to Albany. rear room with his w ile and four
men o f the battleship fleet on a tour
time to raise the market to a higher er distance, as, for instance, from Eu
within the flight of the storm and to It is likely that at least three years children and Dr. Guy Brown.
of the city. Then they will have a
level, when they will be able to bor gene to Koseburg, is now 31 cents,
SECURES FO RTUNE.
barbecue luncheon and see the wild
day reports o f serious damage by the w ill be required to complete the sys
A ll escaped but one boy, who was
row money on their crops. The pros whereas the former rate was 15 cents.
wind in Georgia have been recorded.
tem of new lines mapped out by the hit In the neck by a flyin g mlssllo.
pect Is a gloom y one, however, and It This is an increase of over 100 per cent.
That none was killed was little
lookB now as if the big crop Oregon
The railroad commission will investi
today at Purvis, Miss., by relief parties. company at yesterday’s meetings.
short o f a miracle. Gallagher’s hat
B ig E s ta te .
great Joy to California farmers.
is growing w ill only make the mar gate.
Despito the fact that of the 2500 inhab-
pierced by a splinter, and taken
Seattle, Wash., April 28.— United ket worse.
It Is reported that threats have
tants which this little town boasted yes uniform with the Portland-Salem away as a souvenir. The house was
S o c ia lis ts A d o p t P la tfo r m .
States Senator Samuel Piles, of this
been made on the life of Abe Ruef.
terday morning, there were only 900 to line, which is standard steam rail completely wrecked. The report was
M c M in n v ille C le a n in g U p .
Medford— The Socialist party of day, still there were not sufficient ac
city, yesterday was given possession of
road construction throughout.
heard all over Oakland and many
Sudden warm weather Is causing a one-half interest of tho John Sullivan
M cMinnville— The days interven Jackson county has nominated a full commodations in tho wrecked village for
Moffatt & W hite, 5 Nassau street, windows in the neighborhood were
great damage In Alaska from floods. estate, valued approximately at $1,000,-
ing between now and May 1 will be, ticket for county offices and adopted even the wounded. Negro mammies and New Y ork city, are managers o f the broken.
A post belonging to the
Four m illion oysters were destroy 000. This ends a litigation that haB ex according to common consent "clean
little black children lay wounded and syndicate that Is supplying the capi porch was hurled 100 feet away.
ed by striking fishermen at Cancels, tended over a period of eight years and up” days in this city, the ladies tak its platform, which follow s the na-1 helploss under the broiling Southern sun. tal for the Oregon Electric opera
Valuable clews to the perpetrators
which has been prolific in having the ing the lead In the work.
Mayor tional platform o f that party. The Some had broken bones, some wore part tions In this state.
The executive of the crime were gained today
committee is made up of the follo w through the finding of a silk hand
A bunco man who has been rob
bing women has been arrested in well aired in tho various courts of this tees, each committee consisting of paign here on measures demanding a ed by sticks and splintors. These unfor- ing New York capitalists: A. C. Bed kerchief in which it is supposed the
ford, George Barclay M offatt and infernal machine was wrapped.
Eight years ago John Sullivan, a 19 districts of the city, and each $500 exemption law. The levying of or a wrecked couch to rest upon.
In a search of the debris this morn
W illiam A. W hite.
Four masked robbers held up a prominent citizen of Seattle, owner of committee empowered by the leap-
Thero was not enough shelter in *he
ing detectives located some wire and
fashionable club at Hot Springs, ono of tho biggest business blocks in tho year privilege to persuade each prop a special tax for building roads, con town to protect them from the sun and
struction o f electric roads, an eight-
fuse and caps, which would indicate,
Ark., and got away with $10,000.
city, and suburban and rural properties, erty owner to beautify his lawn, re hour-day law, enforcement of the many of the walls which remained
according to Chief Wilson, that a
P R E S ID E N T S IG N S B IL L .
A ll the regular army troop« in died leaving no will. Claimants sprang pair his sidewalk or paint his dw ell child labor law and the enfranchise standing had no roofs, and by a queer
bomb of some sort had been used.
freak of the tornado many of the trees
the vicinity of Seattle will partici fiom everywhere, although Sullivan had ing if it needs it, and above all, to ment o f women are demanded.
which had not been uprooted had been Employers' Liability L a w Is N o w In
pate In the welcome of battleships
remove any unsanitaryrubbish.
H aney H a d W a rn e d H im
snatched off a few feet above the
at that port.
B o a rd Ir s p e c ts N o rm a l.
San Francisco, April 24.— “ The
Senator Pile», who was a friend of
The grove o f pines was muti
S a lo o n Issue in M a rio n .
Mrs. Beulah Hawkins o f Los An Sullivan, went to Ireland to investigate.
Washington, April 23.— President prosecution w ill certainly make a
Ashland— The new state board of lated in such a manner that it appeared
geles, has now been asleep 78 days, Graves were examined, church records
Salem—County Clerk R. D. Allen to normal school examiners, composed
Roosevelt today signed the employ most thorough Investigation of the
and there Is apparently no change In scanned, and finally the true relatives day completed checking upon the signa of Superintendents Powers, o f Sa as i f a gigantic scythe had swept ers’ liability bill upon receiving an dastardly attempt to k ill one of the
through the grove about 25 feet above
opinion from Attorney-General Bon most important witnesses for the
of Sullivan were located. They agreed turfs on tho Marion County local option lem; Churchill, o f Baker City, and the ground.
aparte that the measure was consti state in the bribery graft cases,” said
Eight Consecutive witnesses In the to give Senator Piles ono-half of the petition and found the petition to be in Turner, o f Grants Pass, completed
Assistant District Attorney Francis J.
Ford bribery trial testified that Gal estate to defend it against the many duo form and signed by scvoral hundred its first official visit to the state nor
C R U IS E R R U N D O W N .
The bill makes railroads or other Heney this morning to the Associated
mal school at Ashland today.
lagher paid them money to vote for litigants who were endeavoring to se
members spent two days in a most
cure a slico of the valuable property.
the overhead trolley franchise.
Mr. Heney refused to state whether
Edward Corcoran and Johanna Calli- mitted to the voters of Marion county rigid Inspection of tbe Institution, L in e r S t P aul S m a t h e i In to W a rs h ip interstate commerce, liable for the
Roman Catholics o f the United ghan, since deceased, o f Dublin, Ireland, June 1. As there will be nq fight on its equipment and the work it is do
injury or death o f an employe i f the or not he hail any evidence pointing
D urin g; S n o w s to rm
States w ill raise a fund of one m il were declared the rightful heirs. Sen any of the county offices and there is ing, so as to be prepared to make
injury or death results in whole or to the perpetrators.
lion dollars to educate candidates for ator P iles’ law firm will also be reward no interest in any of tho state contests recommendations to the legislative
" I am satisfied that It wns not the
Southampton, April 27.— The Ameri in part from the negligence o f any
the priesthood and aid poor parishes. ed as well as the senator for bringing except that for senator, it is certain assembly as provided by law.
can line steamer St. Paul, which left o f the officers, agents or employes of work o f a fanatic or crank,” de
Southampton on her regular voyage, the railroad, or by any defect or In clared the Assistant District A ttor
An attempt was made to assassi this fight, the most remarkable of its that the saloon question will be tbe
center of much attention.
This pro ney. “ Neither did the attempt upon
bound for New York, this afternoon, in sufficiency in quipment
nate ex-Supervlsor Gallagher, o f San kind in thisi state, to an end.
R eady to 8 t r ik e O il.
vision is made applicable to carriers G allagher’s
Francisco, by blowing up his house
Monmouth— The complete ou tfit for a dense snow storm rammed and de
In the territories, the District o f Co warned him more than three months
with a bomb. No one was injured.
boring an oil well on the W hlteaker stroyed the British second-class cruiser
R enam e M e d fo r d S tre e ts .
S I , 8 0 0 to th e P an,
lumbia, the Panama canal zone and
Gladiator off the Isle of Wight.
Russian forces have repulsed the
M edford— M edford’s streets which farm, three miles north of Monmouth
Seattle, April 28.— P. T. Rowe, bishop
The first report stated that from 20 other possessions o f the United would get him,' and at the time urged
has arrived and Is being unloaded
Kurds who had them surrounded.
him to move from Oakland, telling
of the Episcopal church for the territory were originally named from the let
and placed on the site for the well. to 30 of the Gladiator’s crew had been
It Is provided that In any action him his home might be blown up.
Saloon forces were generally suc of Alaska, who arrived in the city today ters o f the alphabet, w ill now be The Indications for oil veins In this drowned, but later intelligence reduces
cessful In the recent local option from the north on tho Yucatan, brings known by horticultural names. The vicinity have attracted the attention the number of casualties. The exact brought under the provisions o f the Aside from this I have nothing to
say at present.”
the first detailed authentic information list now reads: Riverside, Apple,
of experts for several years pa9t, and extent of the disaster, however, cannot i bill the injured employe shall not b?
regarding the big gold strike on Nolan Bartlett, Central avenue, D’Anjou,
Tw o dry kilns o f the Seaside Lum Creek, at the head o f the Koyukuk Evergreen, Kir, Grape, Holly, Ivy, much interest among the landowners
T o r n a d o in Nebr aska.
No one on the St. Paul was killed or ! employment in any case where vio
ber Company were destroyed by fire. river. Bishop Rowe wns in tho Nolan King, Oakdale avenue, Laurel, Mis is taken in the outcome o f this work,
Paris. Neb., April 2 4.— About 6
lation by the carrier of any statute
Creek ramp when the strike was made tletoe,
gery, Writer Cowdry and a Maltese j enacted for safety o f employes con o’clock this afternoon a tornado de
The East Side a thorough test.
A St. Louis councilman has been and washed out $500 pans on the Olson Quince and Rose.
steward, Debras, all attached to the , tributed to the injury or death o f the stroyed the eastern portion of De
eonvicted of bribery and sentenced to claim with his own hands and saw pans streets are to be known as Walnut,
cruiser, have been brought ashore; one employe. Any contract, rule, regula port, a town 20 miles southeast of
F r u it N p p e d In D o u g la s
Paris, killing W. R. Isbell, a drug
washed out that ran as high as $1800. Almond, Blossom, Cherry and Man-
two years In the pen.
Roacburg— Douglas County fruitgrow officer, Lieutenant William G. Praves, | tion or device to enable the carrier gist, and wounding several others.
Nolan Crook is only about 200 miles zanita.
ers are much concerned as to the extent who attempted to swim to land, is miss- to exempt Itself from liability under The Isbell fam ily was at supper when
Partners In an Idaho mine quar
from tho Arctic ocean and there were
of the damage caused by last night's ing, and eight injured have been taken ' the act is rendered void by a specific the storm came.
reled and fought a revolver duel, in only about 125 men in the camp when
E uge ne C o m in g to F ie sta .
frost. From some sections the report to the military hospital at Golden Hill declaration to that end.
which one was killed.
Practically all the residences on
Bishop Rowe left for tho outside.
Provision is made, however, that
comes that tho pears, peaches, cherries for treatment. It is believed only a few
The strike was made at a depth of
Kansas courts have quashed In
the carrier shall receive credit for the east side o f town were destroyed,
and other early fruits will be a total others are unaccounted for.
least 25 or 30 being scattered over
dictments against H. H. Tucker, the about 150 foot and about $4000 has been
The Gladiator was beached and her any contribution made to the em
loss while in other sections the growers
washed by crude operations, and it is gene represented at Ihe Portland are as yet unable to sav just how much crew took to the boats. She is one of ploye or his fam ily in the form o f in the country In fragments.
oil company swindler.
Rose Carnival In Juno by J1S men In
Oak Grove ,a town east of Clarks
estimated tho clean up at the end of
surance, relief, benefit or indemnity.
march and drill.
Each man w ill damage they have suffered from this se- the class of vessels designed to serve ns
The house has ordered an Inquiry thia summer will reach $1,000,000.
ville, on the Texas & Pacific rail
rams. 8he is 320 feet long, has a speed An action for the recovery of dam
wear a white serge suit, white shoes vore frost.
into the paper trust and a commis
road, is reported almost destroyed,
o f 20 knot« and carries a complement of ages must be commenced within two many houses oeing demolished, but
and hat and carry a leraon-yellow
sion has been appointed.
years from the date o f the cause of
fatalities as far as learned.
Im p ro v e s R a p lo ly.
Minister Wu Ting Fang says he
words, "Eugene, Lane C o jn ty .”
The path o f the storm was several
Paso Robles Hot Spring», Cal., April special excursion w ill be run from
had nothing to do with starting the
W heat— Track prices: Club, 84c
hundred yards wide.
C o n v ic t M u rd n re *** o f H in d u .
R eveals B u r n * ’ M e th o d s
boycott against American goods.
28.— Rear Admiral Evana continue» to Eugene and a great crowd w ill at per bushel; red Russian, 82c; blue-
Oregon City, April 27.— A fter de
Superior Judge Cook, o f San Fran
stem, 87c; valley, 85c.
liberating 13 hours, the jury in the case examination o f W oodford D. Harlan,
R evive C o a c h in g in E n g la rd .
cisco, has asked to be excused from bile ride to Old Miaaion San Miguel,
Barley— Feed, $24.50 per ton;
o f the State of Oregon vs. John M.
London, Ap ril 24.-— A lfred G. Van
trying the California 8afe Deposit nine mile» from Paao Roblea Hot
form erly a clerk In the general land
F re e D e liv e ry f o r G ra n ts P ass.
Dickenson, William Dickenson, .John
office, was the feature today in the
Oats— No. 1 white, $26.50@27
Grants Pass— Grants Pass may
Dickenson, Earl Ransier and John | Hyde-Benson-Dimond-Schnelder land derbilt, whose effort to revive Inter
Springe. He wns accompanied by Mra.
per ton; gray, $26.
est in coaching In England has been
T. J. Ryan o f San Francisco, testi
Evana, Dr. McDonald and Jamea Hors
fraud trial. J. C. Campbell, o f San so sympathetically received, left U n -
Mlllstuffs— Bran, $24.50 per ton;
Postmaster Donnell gives figures
fied that part o f $500,000 used In
nan Singh, a Hindu, near Boring,
Francisco, attorney for Benson, drew don this m orning on a series o f trial
middlings, $27.50; shorts, country,
the crooked ferry deal, went to poli burgh, Jr., gcnoral paaaenger agent of showing the receipts for the flsca^
brought in a verdict convicting J. M. !
the Southern Pacific. Flag Lieutenant year ending April 1, 1908, to be over $27.50; city, $27; wheat and barley Dickenson and his son, W'illiam, of mur- j from the governm ent’s witness the trips over the Brighton road. He waa
fact that he often told Benson false accompanied by a small party of
C. R. Train, Lieutenant Evana and Mra. $11,000.
This Is an Increase of
Florida republicans held two sep
Hay— Tim othy. W illam ette Valley, der in the second degree and the other hoods in order to secure evidence for friends. A big crowd assembled out
Marah, daughter o f the admiral, left $2000 over last year’s business. Tne
three boys o f manslaughter. The pen
arate and rival conventions, each one
Harlan admitted side the hotel, where th‘e start was
Paao Roblea today to attend the festi city council has under consideration $17 per ton; W illam ette Valley, or alty for murder in tho second degree is the government.
electing delegates to the national val at Santa Barbara.
an ordinance outlining the number dinary, $15; Eastern Oregon, $17.50; imprisonment for life and the penalty that under the Instructions of Secret made, and gave the American a
ing of houses.
This Increase can mixed, $16; clover, $14; alfalfa, $12; or manslaughter is from one to 15 years Service Agent Burns he practically hearty send-off. while the police stop
Tw o more bodies have been dis
demanded money from Benson, in ped traffic In Plcadilly In order to al
only be Justified by tho Increase In alfalfa meal, $20.
covered In the ruins o f Chelsea.
Butter— Extra», 27Hc per pound; in the penitentiary.
stead o f Benson offerin g to bribe low the coach to gain a free passage.
S tr u c k G a s; T w o D ead
Mass., making tho total deaths by
fancy 26c; choice, 25c: «tore, 16 He.
Mr. Vanderbilt w ill make his first
Laa Vega», N. M., April 28.— Mra.
the fire 15.
Eggs— Loss and commission off,
regular trip on May 4.
B rig a n d * R e ru 'a e d
A cc< d °n t to W a r jh 'p
Zachary Taylor Cooper went out to call
F u g a n a W ill O w n W a te r P la n t.
1 6 H ® 1 7 e per dozen.
A movement has begun to release
St. Petersburg, April 21k— News
8anta Barbara, April 27.— An acci
Cheese— Fancy cream twins, 15Hc
Eugene— At a municipal election
Harry K. Thaw from the Insane asy- her aona to »upper laat night and found
M o re S u d e n ts S u s p e n d e d .
them dead at the bottom o f a 60 foot Saturday the proposition to purchase per pound; cream brick, 20c; Swiss dent to the engines on the Missouri that | was received here this afternoon to
Stanford University, Cal., April 24.
well. Digging for water on their dry
occurred today on the run of the fleet | the effect that the Persian brigands
The second trial o f T lrey L. Ford land farm, »even mile» east o f Watrons, the W illam ette V alley Company's blk., 20c; limburger, 22Ho.
Poultry— Mixed chickens, l$ e per from Santa Monica to Santa Barbara | who yesterday advanced to attack — Professor Clark, o f the student a f
for bribery has begun In San Fran- they had struck a flow of natural gas waterworks carried by 635 to 125,
and the proposition to vote $300,000 lb.: fancy hens, 1 4 @ 1 4 H e: roosters, proved to have been more serious than the Russian forces In Persian te rri fairs committee, today posted a no
an<i suffocated without a sound. A bonds for n municipal water plant old, 8c; fryer», lb., 20c; broiler*, lb.,
tice announcing the suspension o f
at first reported. The high pressure cy- 1
A Los Angeles woman has slept message was sent here for a physician, carried by 5*7 to 171. The bonds 22H iff 25c;
per lindor of the port engine blow out and tory, were driven back with heavy three students. One o f the three Is
for 75 days and shows no sign of 8uii|too poztpioj snu Jt zoj ‘tints ppio.-t were voted at several previous elec pound, lc higher.
E. N. Smith, o f Honolulu, ex-edltor
the engine room was quickly filled with
oq o in jo q p.>||OOUBJ sum iopjo aqt tnq tions, but each time the election waa
Potatoes— Select, selling price, 70c the escaping steam. No one was in | The Russian detachment from Bele- o f the “ Sequoia,” who will not be
W illam ette Valley, jured. The supply of steam was cut off suvar has again advanced a short allowed to register In the unlvlrslty
declared Illégal on account o f tech per hundred:
A Jury has been secured to try could be done.
territory, on account o f a recent editorial In
buying price, 4 5c per hundred; East after heroic work by the engine-room distance
Banker J. Thorburn Ross, and the
56c; force, and all danger soon passed. The where It awaits reinforcements.
trial has begun.
which he bitterly eritlclsed the stu
C a 'r h Ita lia n R o b b e rs
Clackamas, buying price, 55c per Missouri came into port under the star
There is no sign as yet o f the dent affairs committee. Another stu
M e M In n v Illa S tu d '« « E s p e ra n to
Bryan denies the charge that he Is
Reno, Nev., April 28.—Servante
heralded Persian expedition to aid dent was suspended for being under
M cMinnville— An Esperanto Club hundred; new Cellfornia, 5 ff5 H c board engine alone.
• plutocrat and says his views are Davis and Salvatore Luhano, two Ital
per pound; sweet, 5Hc per pound.
the Influence c f liquor on the campus
unchanged by wealth.
ian confidence men now held in the has been formed In this city with six
April 17. The third for failure to re
charter members, for the study o f
Russian troops who were sent to county jail for robbing a countryman the new universal language.
malt, off the campus.
T w o H ig h b ir d s r # K ille d
J. C. hundred; buying price, $4.25® 4 50
C h u r c b li f o r H o " * i P u ls
punish brigands on the Persian fron
Cooper la president, Arthur McPhll- per hundred; garlic, 15e per pound.
San Francisco, April 27.— Another
Dublin, Anril 23 — The National
tier are surrounded and cut off from now believed to be the »ante men who lips secretary. Kate Lanta treasurer,
Apple»— Select. $2.50 per box;
B r* g a n ri* G ain S t r a n f h
highbinder war broke out in Chinatown ists are satisfied with the assurances
committed similar crimes in 8an Fran
and Rey. C. F. Swander, Instructor. fanev. $2; choice, $1.50; ordinary,
given bv Winston Spencer Churchill
April 24.— The sit
Both political parties In congress
Meetings w ill be held weekly.
at Manchester last night with regard uation on the Persian frontier 1» con
Freah Frnlta— Orange«. $2.50®$ pitched battle with revolvers at Wash
are disposed to ascertain Just who streets, securing $450; San Jose, secur
ington street and Waverly Place. In a
per box; lemons, $2.75® 3.60.
was to blame for the financial panic
sidered here to be steadily becoming
sad Victor!», B. C., where $1400 was
T r a c k L a id to D o r r l*
Cattle — Beat steer»,
$4.75® 5; running battle of two blocks, that end j In the m atter o f Irish self-govern m ore serious, despite the check to
o f last fall.
stolen, L. Dundero, Luhano’a partner,
Klamath Falls— Track laying was medium.
common, ed in Ross Alley, three men were shot, |
The cruiser Charleston, the gun waa taken to Victoria for the laat completed on the C alifornia N orth $3.60 ® 4;
$S.75® 4; two fatally and another slightly. Ynn nounced at a m eeting o f the United the Persian brigands on April 20,
boat Yorktown and five torpedo crime, but Luhono escaped. The infor eastern to Dorris yesterday. This new common. $3.35®$.75; calres, $ 4® Ying, of the Hop Sing Tong, was shot i Irish League today, that It had been when the Russian forces drove the
boats w ill be In Portland harbor dur mat ion came from San Frsneiaeo
through the right eye and died a few decided to support Mr. Churchill, and bandits back with heavy loaves. The
town la Juat south o f the Oregon line 4.50.
ing the Rose festival.
and 11 miles from the steamboat
Sheep— Beat wethers. $ 6 ® 6.50; minutes after he reached the Harbor that recommendations to this effect rising Is gradually spreading, the
would be sent to the Irish voter» at other mountaineers now flocking to
landing on the Klamath river. R eg ewea, $ 5 ® 5 60: spring lambs, nomi Emergency Hospital.
A bomb was exploded In the pal
S a v e r > S to r m le g E rg 'a n d
the assistance o f the Shaksetan and
ular train aeryice w ill be established nal.
ace o f President Cabrera, o f Guat
Beglivln tribes, against whom the
London, April 28.— A remarkable blis May 1.
Hogs— Beat. $ 6 ® *.$ R : medium,
emala. but the president escaped
operations are being conducted.
T r o o r # to C e n * r# l A m e ric a
zard, the worst experienced in the south
D e m a n d T h a w ’ s p e le » *a
$5.75® 6; feeder«. $5.15® 6.60
with the loss o f one finger.
of England since 1881, continued prac
Mexico City. April 27.— A persistent
Newburg, N. Y., April 23.— Coun-
Hop«— 1»07. prime and choice, 4
Testimony In the land fraud cases tieally all over the United Kingdom
M a r k e t L a s t Y e a r's W h e a t.
M » f h i r l « t t R teilre
® 6c per pound; olds. l ® l H e per nimor here haa it tha* the erniaer Al- sel for Harry K. Thaw today serxed
at Washington shows that govern throughout Friday night and Saturday
Bend— F reighter« are very hnay ponnd.
bany, which ia to earry special Ambaa- !»n order o f the supreme court upon
Marshalltown, la., April 24.— Ma-
ment clerks sold valuable Informa until Saturday midnight.
W ool— Eastern Oregon, arerage ador Buchanan Enrique C. Creel to Ccn- the superintendent o f the MMteawan rhlnlsta In the various ahons o f the
tion to Hyde, Benson and others.
and telephone aerviee waa disorganised country.
There waa a qnanttty of beat. 1 1 ® 16c per pound, «ccordlng tral America, is to land armed parties Insane Asylum to permit Thaw to Iowa Central railway struck today,
New Y ork— Delmonlco Bells, aged and railway traffic has been seriously de wheat left on hand laat fall when the to shrinkage; Valley, 11 0 1 5 c , ac should condition* in the southern repnb- sign an application for a writ o f ha- together with helpers and appren
HI years, was crushed to death layad. Enormous damage has been had rnada put a stop to hanllng. hut cording to quality.
lica warrant tha mova. Official eonfir- beas corpus. Thaw w ill be brought tices. A reduction o f 4 cents an hour
Thursday by an electric truck, while done, »spec ¡ally to th e younf fruit It w ill all be hauled to the Shanlko
Mohair— Choice, ID fflO H e
per matioa o f tho report could not be ob- Into court for a hearing on the quen- In the wage schedule caused tha
market this spring.
rescuing a pet kitten.
1 tton o f hit sanity.
K S T A C A D A ..................
NEWS OF THE WEEK
lo a Coadeused Form (or Oar
Washington, April 28.—When Presi-
ent Roosevelt calls to order the opening
session of the great White House con
ference on May 13, there will be gath
ered in the East Room of the Execu
tive Mansion the most notable &ssem
blage of men in the public eye that has
ever met in the history of the United
The governors o f all the states have
signified their intention of being pres
ent at this conference, and each will
bring with him three men, carefully
chosen from among the learned o f his
state, to act as advisers in the conven
tion. Besides the governors and their
advisers, representatives of all the im
portant national organizations, the wel
fare o f which depends in greater or
less degree upon natural resources, will
be in attendance, and further, the pres
ident has invited five special guests,
chosen for thoir superlative fitness, to
act as “ advisers at largo’ ’ to the eon
Grover Cleveland, the only living cx-
President of the United States, will,
health permitting, be one of these ad
visers. The others will be William J.
Bryan, who hopes to be president; An
drew Carnegie, industrial king; James
J. Hill, railroad monarch, and John M it
chell, leader of labor. Every candidate
or the presidential nomination this year
with the exception of Secretary Taft,
whose duties iu Panama will prevont at
tendance, will bo there.
Looking at the meeting purely from
its historical side, it properly may bo
said that never before in the country’s
history have the governors of all the
states assembled in convention for any
purpose whatsoever. Considered Bimply
as an epoch marking event the eonfer
ence will easily tako rank with any as
sembly o f public men evor held in the
civilized world, for at this meeting the
entire government o f the United States,
in the persons o f that government's
heads, will be assembled at one time. I f
for no other reason, the public will be
interested in the conference because of
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