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The Estacada Progress
iMucd Cadi Tfcur»<Jay
JAP EDITOR APPE ALS.
Wants Mikado to Interfere in Labor
Trouble In Hawaii
NEWS ITEMS 0E GENERAL INTEREST
FROM THE STATE OF OREGON
Unable to Reach Verdict in Calhoun
Case at San Francisco.
SMALLER IN 1908
W ILL PAY RICHLY.
Taft's Plan Would Yield Government
S 6 0 .0 0 0 .0 0 0 a Year.
Washington, June 18. — President
T a ft’s plan for taxing the earnings of
corporations is broader than generally
CHECK FO RE ST FIRES.
P E L TS GIVE O U T BAD ODOR.
United States Produces 1 7 Per Cent understood in congressional circles and
it will, if enacted into a law, yield a
State Board Issues Warning and Num Cougar Scalps “ Spoil" While Stored
Less in Consequence of Panic.
revenue far in excess o f the $25,000,-
ber o f Don’ts.
in County Court Vault.
000 estimate given by the president in
Salem— County Clerk R. D. Allen is
The Oregon state board o f forestry
his special message.
has set forth a number of pertinent in a quandry. The last session of the
A b interpreted by many persons who
facts regarding timber resources and legislature passed a law offering
General Review o f Important Hap1
in Eighth Plaça—Louisiana Is Now come forward with objections to the
fire prevention in a leaflet and also in large bounty for killing mountain lions,
penings Presented in a Brief and
a notice of sufficient size to be posted coyotes and other wild animals, and
Second—Yellow Pine Leads All scheme, the plan is to tax only such
Comprehensive Manner for Busy
portion of the earnings us remain after
in the woods
The season of forest providing that certain parts of the
Kinds o f Lumber Production—Cy
Readers—National, Political, His
ail expenses of operation, maintenance
fires is almost here, and the people are beasts’ anatomies shall be brought to
torical and Commercial.
and fixed charges, including interest
reminded that timber makes pay the office of the county clerk and there
on bonds, have been deducted from the
checks, while timber that is burned held until the County court shall have
gross earnings of the corporation. The
over pays no wages. On every 1,000 an opportunity of passing on the claims
Five men and 68 horses were burned
feet 1 urned the stumpage owner may for county money,
Washington, June 22.— During the tax, however, is to he upon the net
to death in a Duluth fire.
lose $2, but the community loses $8 ir
Recently relic* of several animals
year 1908 31,231 sawmills in the United earnings before the interest on 1 ondB
( t erwise, it is
have been brought to the clerk’s office,
States manufactured 33,239,369,000 has been deducted.
The millionaire son of Cyrus Field is
About 1,000,000,000 feet is destroy- the names of the hunters duly register
feet of lumber, according to a prelim pointed out, the tax would be reduced
clerk in a lodging house.
ed annually in Oregon, which, if manu- ed and the scalps of the animals stored
inary report just issued by the bureau substantially to a dividend basis, which
Harriman is ill and has gone to Vi
factured, would bring in $13,000,000. in the clerk’s vault, which is not pro-
of the census.
These mills also cut was what the prei-ident himself did
enna to consult a physician.
have in mind originally.
This is a loss of wealth that must be vided with refrigerator facilities. The
12.106.483.000 shingles and 2,986,684
FirBt, a dividend tax, then a tax on
made up from other sources when the warm weather of the past few days
000 lath. Lumber manufacturing, like
New York is experiencing a record
tax collector comes around. The board has caused a mighty stench to go up
every other industry, felt the effects of earnings available for dividends, and
breaking cold wave for June.
of forestry warnings contain the fol- from the bones.
the business depression which began in finally a tax on all earnings in excess
President Reyes, of Colombia, has
lowing characteristic dont’s for the
The young women in the office corn-
October, 1907. Consequently the pro of expenses of maintenance anil opera
resigned rather than face a revolution
guidance of campers and all who go on plain strenuously, while holding their
duction in 1908 was below that for the tion, were the successive stcpB in the
noses, but the clerk, who is trying to
previous year. In 1907 the cut of 28, evolution of the idea which Attorney
T a ft may visit President Diaz this
Don’t toss away burning matches or obey the law, is helpless, and the coun
850 sawmills was 40,256,164,000 feet, General Wickcrsham, following a long
fall. The two presidents plan to meet
ty court does not meet until July 7.
the highest production ever recorded conference with the president this a f
at the border.
ternoon, is putting into form for sub
Don’ t make a camp fire in leaves,
Notwithstanding, therefore, that
A burglar in Prussia has secured
rotten woovl or against logs, where it
Ship Wallowa Cattle.
1908 reports were received from 8 per mission.
damages because he broke a leg while
The bonded debt side of the matter
may spread or you can’t be sure it is
cent more mills than in 1907, the de
Wallowa— The Bales-Jones company,
robbing a house.
crease in lumber cut reported by them was fully gone into by the president
j of Orangeville, Idaho, shipped 570 head
and his advisers.
One of the trials of Indian railway
Always clear all inflammable mate of cattle from Wallowa last week to
was slightly over 17 per cent.
The $25,000,000 estimate o f revenue
men is set forth in a report telling of
rial away from around your fire.
Washington, as for several years
the Red Rock, Mont., ranges for the
train striking a wild elephant.
Never leave a fire until it is out.
past, still ranks first among the states to be yielded by the tax was based on
summer. The cattle were purchased
HIGH DUTIES TO BE MET.
Don’ t burn your slashing in the close from Routh & Day, of Asotin, Wash.,
in lumber production, its cut in 1908 figures supplied to the secretary by an
Cuba refuses to assume a share c
season without a permit from a fire who bought them last fall for June de
being 2,915,928,000 feet— a decrease expert at the president’s request, but
the Spanish debt incurred when the
Canadian Manufacturers Plan Meas warden.
of 22.8 per cent from the cut in 1907, they were based on the original propo
livery from John McDonald. The price
islands gained their independence.
Don’ t operate an engine without is said to have averaged better than
Louisiana ranks second, with 2,722, sition o f a dividend tax. The yield
ures ot Retaliation.
A new dirigible balloon built
from the tax as now proposed will
spark arrester in the close season
feet, a decrease of 250,000,000
Ottawa, June 22.—Canadian manu
France has made two successful flights,
feet, or 8.4 per cent from the cut in double that at least and perhaps go
Put out any fire you find if you can. cows, heifers, yearlings and calves.
facturers declare the American tariff I f you can’t, notify a fire warden or
each time carrying nine passengers.
considerably beyond. These facts were
Routh & Day also bought 70 2-year-old
vision will force Canada to make other pubiic officer, or the land owner. steers, which they sold to B. C. Sirgin-
Mississippi was the third state in obtained today from a member of the
The French budget for 1910 shows
lumber production in 1908, with a total administration who has taken a lead
some radical changes in her customs Remember that any little fire may be son, of Sprague, Idaho. A special
deficit of $21,800,000.
come a big one if left alone.
of 1,861,016,000 feet a decrease of 1 ing part in working out details of the
train of 15 cars took the cattle out.
A prospector has been shot in the
per cent from the cut in 1907.
present form of the Aldrich tariff bill
mountains of Arizona by Mexicans.
Battleship's Guns En Route.
Arkansas ranked fourth, with 1,656,
School Heads to Meet June 28.
991.000 feet a decrease of nearly 17
The government is investigating th must result probably in a widening of
Salem— Secretary A. F. Hofer, of
Salem— The annual convention of
JAP S P IR IT S FALL.
per cent, and Wisconsin fifth, with 1,
charges that meat inspectors are lax in the British preferential tariff by Cana the board of trade, has received the county school superintendents has been
da is the opinion freely expressed by bill of lading for two of the six inch called by J. H. Ackerman, superin
Shower of New Indictments Depress
feet in 1907.
In his closing address to the jury in the officers of the tariff department of guns of the battleship Oregon, pre tendent of public instruction, to meet
In Texas, where the lumber indus
FIFTEEN ARE DEAD.
the Calhoun case Heney talked 12 hours the Canadian Manufacturers' associa sented to the city of Salem by the in his office Monday, June 28. Among
try is confined almost exclusively to
Honolulu, June 18.— Following the
tion, who are now here on business Navy department, and which will be the topics to be considered are school
and was still not tired.
mounted on the capitol lawn. The two supervision, how it may be made more Bad Collision on Trolley Road Injures yellow pine, the falling off was very indictments of several of the Japanese
with the government.
A steamer has just arrived at Seattle
heavy. The total cut o f the state in strike leaders Friday last, the territor
That important tariff changes will guns weigh more than a ton. They effective; school libraries, how to uee
from Alaska with six and a half tons be announced next spring is the opinion > are
1 f . i a
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; ___ a
1908 was 1,524,008,000 feet- a de ial grand jury returned additional in
carried h by
them; annual institutes, __
Chesterton, Ind., June 21.— Fifteen crease o f 31.6 per cent from the cut in dictments today against Y. Soga, F.
of golf, valued at $3,200,000.
held by many, but the extent o f them the battleship Oregon when she made ant subject to emphasize for all insti
are dead and 25 injured as a result of a
Makino, M. Negoro, K. Kawamura, Y.
Japanese, who claim to be agents for is depending much on the developments her famous cruise around Cape Horn, tutes this year; school sanitation, what wreck on the South Shore Electric rail 1907.
Eight other states manufactured Tasaka and Yanashira, for conspiracy
the Tokio government, are endeavoring at Waahingon. There may be no gen prior to and just preceding the Span- has been done, what should be done; way, two and a half miles west o f here
to commit murder and to incite others
eral increase as affecting the importa ish-American war and which have been school board convention, value of, how
to secure oil lands in California.
last night. Nine bodies have been re lumber last year. In the order of im to crime.
tion into Canada o f American commo taken from the battleship recently to conduct.
covered and more are expected to be portance they were:
Hawaiian Japanese have preferred dities, although in many lines it will when it was overhauled and rearmed
An indictment for assault was found
found in the wreckage in the tops of gon, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Virgin against Sugwara, who is accused of at
charges against the sheriff who made be vigorously urged, but a widening of at the Bremerton navy yard.
Baby Sea Lions Caught,
the wrecked cars.
the recent raids, alleging burglary.
tempting to collect funds for the strik
the British preference at least is al
Seaside— One of the newest attrac
A westbound car was coming at high Virginia. California and Maine, other ers by violence.
Chicago surgeons have successfully ready being pressed upon the govern
T o Compile New Code.
tions at the Hotel Moore is a pair of speed down a long hill and at the foot states which reported more than 1,000,-
In addition to these indictments, 13
grafted a section o f bone from the leg ment and plans are being laid for more
Salem— Judge W. P. Lord has been baby sea lions, caught at Elk Creek by met an eastbound car also going at
000,000 feet each in 1907, went just of the striking Japanese at the Wia-
of a lamb into the right leg ot a man actively and aggressively agitating appointed by the Supreme court to some fishermen. They are kept in an
plantation were indicted for an
such a policy.
compile a new code of Oregon statutes, enclosure near the bath houses, where
By a traffic agreement between the
It is estimated that at least seven
assault upon a police officer and riot
pursuant to an act of the last legisla salt water is run into a tank for their bodies are still under the debris.
Milwaukee afid Harriman roads the
ing. In view of the vigorous action of
ture, as amended by the special ses benefit. Their food is fish and milk motorman on the westbound car, who
DRY FARM EXPERIM ENTS.
former can enter Portland on the O. R
END IS N O T Y i T IN SIGHT.
the authorities, the strikers are much
sion. The new code will be known as fed from the late.-t patent nursing bot was kilhd, was pinned between the two
& N. lines.
“ Lord’s Statutes o f Oregon.”
To tle. They are tended by Sam Lee, the vestibules o f the cars and could not be Nevada Will Have Exhibit for Coming depressed.
The largest amphitheater in the Hopes for Early Adjournment o f Cor assist ex-Governor Lord, the court ap
The replevin suit brought to recover
Seaside clam digger, and when they plainly seen and his position was such
Dry Farming Congress.
world is to be erected at Chicago
the papers seized in the office of the
pointed W. P. Lord Jr., his son, as begin to cry for their mamma he talks as to make escape impossible.
The huge structure will have seats for
Billings, Mont., June 22.— Dry farm J iji by High Sheriff Henry was dis
Washington, June 22.— Although the chief clerk, and Mrs. Florence Irwin, to them in a language they seem to ap
Most of the passengers on the east-
45,000 and with the site will cost $3,-
Seventeen months preciate and hands them their nursing bound car were returning from the ing experiments will be carried on missed.
000 , 000 .
under the supervision of the state au
Japanese Consul Uyeno is investi
are given Judge Lord to finish the bottle, when they fall to.
Crown Point automobile races.
week in considering the tariff bill, the
thorities in the northeastern part of gating the alleged destruction of the
work, according to the act. HiB com
Morse, the convicted bank wrecker,
It iB believed that the motorman of Nevada arid when the Fourth Dry safe o f Editor Soga, which was broken
Hay Harvest on Early.
says he will repay every dollar he date of the final vote is as indefinite as pensation is to be fixed by court.
the east bound car must have seen the Farming congress meets at Billings open by the authorities.
it was a week ago.
La Grande— Hay harvest was usher onrushing west bound car, as he had
next October 26-28 it is expected that
Forty-five delcga'es from the Japan
Umatilla Land Sold
The possibility of sending the bill
ed in a few days ago by the starting of thrown off his power and brought the
Cardinal Gibbons warns women to be
the delegates will hear o f great ad ese union on the island o f Hawaii, rep
careful about taking up woman suf
vances in the reclamation o f non-irri- resenting 9,000 laborers, have just
The discussion o f a veying 560 acres o f land from Douglas falfa farm near this city. J. W. Me
gable lands in that state.
completed a session lasting four days
duty on hides will occupy the senate Belts and w ife to John P. McManus for Ailister and Dexter Eaton have also
W O RK TO BE RUSHED.
They resolved not to
A commission just appointed by the and nights.
An amendment to the Illinois pri for possible a day or two. The wood the sum of $14,800 records one of the started cutting. Owing to the scarcity
governor has just selected a site for strike, nor help the Oahu strikers, but
mary law may restore Harrison to pulp amendment offered by the finance most important real estate transactions of hay. the first cutting will bring top
Construction to Start Within 30 Days
dry farm experiment station in to present a statement of their de
power in Chicago.
committee, which practically doubles of recent months. Belts is the pioneer notch prices, dealers offering from $13
on Deschutes Road.
Pleasant valley, 16 or 18 miles south mands and trust to the fairness of the
The Japanese government treats the
Portland, June 21.— Barring unex of Elko, where the ranch of John W. planters.
is the editor of the Pilot Rock Record. cause a great deal of alfalfa to be cut
Hawaiian incident lightly and puts the taken up.
They ask for a 10-hour day at $1,
delays in securing a continuous Thompson, containing 160 acres, has
blame on agitators.
disposed of it is understood the tax on Rock and is to be divided up by Mc est will be on in full blast in a week or right of way, bids for the construction been secured by the state. The quar for time and a half pay for overtime
A Rritish steamer was fired on by a corporations, proposed by President Manus into small tracts and then sold ten days.
of the Deschutes line into Central Ore ter is fenced and about 30 acres are and Sunday work and for quarters
There is an or equal to those of the Spaniards and
Russian warship for approaching too Taft, will occupy the attention o f the again.
gon will be asked by Harriman within under cultivation.
These demands w ill be
near the czar’s yacht.
30 days. The only obstacle that pre chard of about 150 trees, including Portugese.
senate for several days.
One Grower Failed to Dip.
apples, pears, plums and cherries, and presented to the Planters’ association
Mill Creek Work Stops.
Ten persons in Austria took shelter schedule and the rates on pig and scrap
Pendleton— The failure o f one Lake vents the immediate construction of a two acre patch of berries are on the Monday.
from a storm in a barn and it was iron and wire nails remain to be dis
The Dalles— On account of a break county woolgrower to dip his sheep in the Central Oregon road is the adjust place. The soil is rich and of great
struck by lightning and all killed.
in the machinery of the big steam accordance with instructions issued, ment o f right of way questions with depth and is considered excellently
Von Buelow Makes Reply.
power companies operating on the
The question of free cotton bagging
Los Angeles police declare that and ties and binding twine are certain shovel used to load the cars with sand, will necessitate a special inspection of Deschutes river.
The railroad com adapted to dry farming operations. It
Berlin, June 18.— Chancellor von
thousands o f young girls have been to result in an interesting discussion.
is reported that Mr. Thompson last
creek fill, work has been temporardy H. Lytle, state veterinarian, has just pany has already'secured rights of way year raised 1,000 sacks o f potatoes, and Buelow in the reichstag today attacked
shanghaied from Pacific coast cities
the tactics employed by the clerical
to 70 per cent of the 120 miles to be
and taken to China to live a life of
They had even
traversed by the proposed road.
An that all kinds of vegetables gave good party against him.
early and satisfactory adjustment of returns, cabbage heads running as high dared, he said, to accuse him of disloy
Washington, June 22.— Friends of been dumped into the Mill creek basin, special inspection has been ordered, for pending rights of way problems cover as 18 pounds.
As a result of the observance of the Commander Robert Edwin Peary, who yet the sand does not show above the he discovered several thousand head of
It is the purpose of the Nevada Ex the German-Austrian alliance and they
battle of Bunker Hill, 65 persons were left last July for the frozen North, surface of the water, which at the sheep had been infected with scab- ing the remainder o f the distance is
believed more than probable without perimental association to demonstrate had considered it necessary to sever
treated at hospitals for injuries and as said today they believed Peary, by this I>oint where the fill is being made, is bies.
resorting to condemnation proceedings on this farm that dry farming methods their social relations with him. “ I t
many more received treatment at time, has planted the Stars and Stripes about 15 feet deep.
can be applied on the millions of acres never occurred to me,” said the chan
in the courts.
home. Fireworks and toy pistols were at the North Pole. No news has been
P O R TL A N D M AR K E TS.
o f bench lands in the state.
cellor, “ to exclude any one from social
received from Peary since he left Etah,
relations because of differences o f poli
Celebrate Poltava Fight.
The fiast victim o f excessive heat North Greenland, August 17, 1908, for
Public May Buy Airship.
for this year was reported from El a dash as far into the ice bound seas as
London, June 22.— The idea of a
his vessel would carry him before be
Fairbanks Thanks Japanese.
preparations for the Poltava bicente public fund for the purchase of an air
36 per ton.
A fter six months o f hard work under ing frozen in. I f he has been success ed the roads and soaked up the gardens
Tokio, June 18.— Ex-Vice President
nary celebrations, which will extend ship is being strongly supported by
eight fathoms of water six bags o f first
Fairbanks was elaborately entertained
Oats— No. 1 white, $416/42 per tor. over four days and be in the nature of
class mail have been recovered from reach a point of telegraphic communi manner. Farmers are jubilant over
great patriotic military pageant. office will accept the g ift. A large by the governor of Kyoto while en
Hay— Timothy, Willamette valley,
the results, which mean a large in
the wreck o f the Panama steamship cation until August or September.
route to Kobe.
crease in farm products of every kind. $176/20 per ton; Eastern Oregon, $20 M. Mazurovsky, the battle painter,
and Count Mouravieff, also an artist nounced. It is stated by the defense traveler received the address of the
Coming so lato in the season it is par (// 23.
Country Is Unique.
mayor o f O aka. A t Kobe Mr. Fair
A feud at Meadville, Miss., resulted
Fru ts—Apples, $1612.50 per box; historian, will prepare the scenes, re
Madison, Wis., June 22.— “ I f I were ticularly good for potatoes and vege
in two deaths and two fatal injuries.
strawberries, $1.156/2 per crate; cher enacting on the spot the battle fought sail from Paris to London this summer banks spoke briefly to the assembled
asked o f what good America was to tables that are not under irrigation.
school teachers and the Christian girls’
Part o f the troops
ries, $16/1.25 per box; gooseberries, 200 years ago.
Two big Eastern steel plants have Europe, I would say that Columbus cut
On the eve o f his departure
present will represent the Swedish completion. The ship has two propel school.
Warehouse Firm Incorporates.
5c per pound.
ordered a 10 per cent increase in wages large doors and windows on the west
for Korea the former vice president re
army. The culminating scene will be
Potatoes— $1.256/ 2 per hundred.
The Dalles— Articles of incorpora
side of the old European manor, which
turned profound thanks to the Japanese
Vegetables— Asparagus, 756/90c per based on Kotchubey’s picture.
tion of the Crook County Warehouse
Two Missouri towns were wrecked received its ventilation only from the company have been filed at the county dozen; lettuce, head, 25c; onions, 12>$
people for the courtesy and hospitality
by a tornado and three persons killed
he has received everywhere throughout
Ship Chinese as Freight.
clerk’s office here by J. H. Homey, 6/15c; parsley, 35c; _ peas, 5@6c
Taft and Diaz May Meet.
and a score injured.
his tour o f the islands.
Melbourne, June 21.— Correspond
effectually as the inllux from Central William Harper and H. W. Card, all of I pound; radishes, 15c per dozen; rhu
Mexico City, June 22.— The Medical
ence which recently fell into the hands
California wholesale people are mak Europe regenerated it in the middle Madras. Headquarters of the company ; barb, 3l</3 Lac per pound,
Old Soldiers to Quit.
extras, o£ the minister for external affairs dis- Herald says: Replying to a communi
ing a desperate effort to secure the ages.” This was the declaration of will be at Shaniko. The capital stock i Butter — City creamery,
cation from the White House at Wash
Los Angeles, Cal., June 18.— One
Klamath Falls trade.
Senor Nabuco, the Brazilian ambassa is $2,000, with 400 shares at the par 1 26 tyc; fancy outside creamery, 25(ii clo ed the existence o f an organized
value of $5 each.
1 26'.¿c per pound; store, 18c. Butter system for the smuggling o f Chinese ington, through the Mexican ambassa hundred and fifty inmates of the Sol
An eminent Holland physician says dor, who delivered the baccalaureate
fat prices average l)^ c per pound un into the commonwealth.
It is clear dor today. President Diaz has express diers’ home at Sawtelle say tonight
American physicians give too much of address at the University o f Wisconsin.
Portland Men Trustees.
! der regular butter prices.
that many vessels trading with the ed his desire to meet President T aft that they will leave the institution the
their time to politics.
Salem At a meeting of the board of 1 Eggs— Oregon ranch, 24@25c per East have engaged in what appears to for a personal interview, which will day on which their pension money is
China to Learn Music.
have been a very lucrative traffic, take place at one o f the points on the available because o f the scarcity of
Governor Hadley, of Missouri, has
Seattle, June 22. A fter eight years trustees o f Willamette university ail ¡dozen.
Poultry— Hens, 146/14 c per pound; bringing in Asiatics in batches of from boundary line between Mrtcico and the food on the tables of the institution.
signed a hill prohibiting the marriage
spent in studying music in the con the faculty of the school was retained.
springs, 18c; roosters, 86/9c; ducks, 10 to 80. The business has been in the United States some time during the Other grievances are stated, but short
o f Caucasians with Chinese, Japanese
servatories o f Germany, France, Italy A. B. Nankin, of Portland, resigned as
or other Asiatics.
young, 17(ffl8c; geese, 1 0 6 illc; tur hands of a powerful Chinese syndicate, latter part of the year. The announce rations is the principal one. Governor
and the United States, Charles Knox president and T. S. McDaniel, also of
keys, 18f</2Cc; squabs, $26/2.25 per with representatives in Australia and ment of the preliminary negotiations T. J. Cochran, of the home, says he is
Paris papers have started an attack Johnson, a Chinese baritone, is in Se Portland, was selected to fill that va
looking toward this interview were willing to admit that the food supply
at Hongkong and other Eastern ports.
on the United States Steel corporation. attle awaiting the sailing of the Great cancy. George S. Johnson, of Port
at the home is low, but the appropria
Pork— Fancy, 10c per pound.
Northern steamship Minnesota to re land, was made vice president, to sue
Heavy Gold Output Expected.
tion for the home has been cut down
Hundreds of arrests have been made
Veal Extras, 86T8}^c per pound;
turn to his native land. There he will ceed McDaniel.
Yale Taaches Immoral ty.
ordinary, 7c; heavy, 6c.
' Seattle, June 21.— The gold diggings
and the number o f inmates increased.
at Monterey, Mex., in connection with
undertake to teach European and
Low Death Rate in Linn.
New York, June 22. — Harvard,
Hops 1909 contracts, 13(//14c per in the neighborhood o f Fairbanks,
a dynamiting plot.
American music to the Chinese. He
Eclipse Seen by Peary
Albany— There were 22 births in pound; 1908 crop, 96/10c; 1907 crop, Alaska, will yield $12,000,000 during Princeton and Yale are teaching im
already engaged to teach music at
A Cincinnati woman who married a
the present year, according to a report morality and disrespect for all man
Linn county during the month of May 5/1/5'jC; 1906 crop, 26/211c.
Washington, Jure 18. — Although
thief to reform him has been fatally the Nanking university at Nanking.
Eastern Oregon, 17(//22l,c received today by a Seattle bank. This kind is being taught at these colleges, preparations were made at the United
and only seven deaths, according to
■hot by her husband.
the health report filed by County per pound: VBlley, fine, 23c; coarse, bank expects to handle ab ut $6,500,- said Bishop James A. McGaul, of States naval observatory here to take
Hard Storm Hits Gulf.
The St. Paul and Northwestern rail
000. A ll the conditions favor the min Trenton, N. J., in his address tonight observations o f the eclipse o f the sun
Health Officer Dr. W. H. Davis.
The 21l4c; mohair, choice, 246/25c.
New Orleans, June 22. A severe death rate has been remsrkably low in
Cattle Steers, top, $4.75; fair to ers—the weather, water supply and to the graduating class of St. Francis yesterday, the cloudy weather spoiled
roads will place train auditors on their
systems in an effort to stop alleged
this county for the past two years, good, $4.25(</4.50; common, $46/4.25; rich run of gravel. Development of Xavier college. He condemned what the plans. The eclipse here was but
The waters o f the gulf
peculations of conductors.
ranging about four in 1,060 as the an cows, top, $4; fair to good, $3.506/ the quartz ledges, whose breaking up he said was the desire of Catholic par partial, the only place where it was
reached a height of from 3 to 5 feet
3.75; common to medium, $2.506/3; furnished the placer gold, is just be ents to get their children into society total being near the North pole. Few,
A large part of Bakersfield, Cal., above the normal tide inflow. A num nual rate.
through their associates in the great i f any, white men, with the exception
calves, top. $56/5.50; heavy, $3.50(1/4; ginning.
was burned by a fire starting from an ber of steamUmts were beached and
Glove Factory at Albany.
bulls and stags. $2.756/3.25; common,
of Commander Robert E. Peary and
explosion of powder.
property along the shore was damaged.
Albany— A glove factory will be $26/2.50.
Bnitish Cruiser Smashed.
his crew, now in search o f the North
started within a few days at Albany.
Hogs Best, $8638.15; fair to good,
Strikebreakers Go Far.
pole, had an opportunity to observe it.
London, June 21.— The British cruis
A new move has been started to se
For a few months the factory will de $7.606/7.75; stockers, $6(o6.50; China er Sappho, which was reported last
cure Thaw’s release from the insane
New Orleans, June 22.— Seventy-five
Panama. June 22. — Heavy rains vote its entire output to cotton gloves, fats, $6.756/7.
night in a collision off Dungeness, ar laborers from sugar plantations of Por
Jefferson Brings Much Gold.
asylum in which he is confined.
throughout the past week have caused but when in full running or 'er awnings
Sheep— Top wethers, $4; fair to rived in Dover this morning in a sink to Rico passed through New Oi leans
Seattle, June 18.— The steamer Jef
T aft and senate leaders have agreed great floods all over the isthmus, and and tents and other cotton articles will good, $3.506/3.75; ewes, 1-sc lesson ing condition. A number o f tugs and today en route to Hawaii, where they
ferson sailed from Juneau, Alaaka,
to support a corporation tax and a con
many places the crops are ruined. be manufactured.
Beginning next all grades; yearlings, best, $4.15; lifeboats were in attendance.
An at will take the places of striking planta yeaterday with $2,850,000 in gold, the
stitutional amendment allowing income The Chagres river has overrun its week the factory will employ 8 or 10 fair to good. $3.756/4; spring lambs, tempt is being made to beach the tion laborers.
Similar parties, it is largest amount that ever came out of
banks, but without damaging the canal. persona.
■aid, will follow.
the north on a single steamer.
E STAC AD A
RESUME OE THE
Honolulu, June 22.— In an editorial
appearing in today’s issue of the Nippu
Jiji, the organ o f the leaders of the
Japanese strike movement, an appea*
for interference in the Hawaiian strike
situation is made to the Japanese gov
ernment. The article alleged that the
Japanese have been accorded unfair
treatment by the courts and by the
Federal and territorial officials o f the
The Jiji has supported the leaders of
the higher wage movement ever since
the strike of the Japanese sugar plan
tation hands was called.
of the paper were searched on June 11,
and numerous papers were seized by
the territorial authorities which, it is
alleged, contained evidence o f a wide
spread conspiracy among the Japanese
on the islands.
Y. Soga, editor of the Jiji, was in
dicted twice by the territorial grand
jury, following the seizure, once on a
charge of conspiracy to incite riot and
once on a charge o f conspiracy to com
mit murder. He wa3 released on fur
nishing $2,250 bail bonds to cover both
The efforts o f certain of the Japan
ese to give the Hawaiian situation an
international aspect are apparently
concentrating here, as evidenced by the
J iji’s special to the Japanese govern
San Francisco, June 21.— Terminat
ing in a disagreement of the jury, with
ten men determined on acquittal and
two steadfastly resolved upon convic
tion, the trial of Patrick Culhoun, pres
ident o f the United Railroads, came to
an end at 12 o’clock yesterday.
months and a week had elapsed since
the wealthy streetcar magnate made
his first appearance in court to answer
to the charge of offering u bribe of
$4,000 to a supervisor to obtain a privi
lege fur his corporation, and a period
of 24 hours had been consumed in fruit
Not until each juror had pronounced
as hopeless the prospect of a verdict
was the order for their liberation made
by Judge William P. Lawlor.
cution and defense gave assent to the
discharge and the proceeding ended
within 15 minutes.
A fte r ordering tha discharge o f the
jury Judge Lawlor drew his chair to
the edge o f the platform nearest the
jury box and addressed to the 12 men
some informal remarks severely criti
cizing the laws and usages that made
possible the expenditure of three
months in the empanel o f a jury and
congratulating and thanking them up
on their worth as citizens.
He declared the courts were utterly
helpless to prévi nt such occurrences
and recommended that the legislature
be influenced by the people to make al
teration in the laws that governed
court, procedure in the ernpanelment of
jurors. Under the orders of the court
the attorneys will be expected to fix
date for another trial upon the same
indictment at this morning’s session of
“ I am ready to try this case again
and I will go ahead tomorrow if nects
sary, ” said Mr. Heney an hour after
In a long statement issued by Mr.
Calhoun last night he said;
“ O f course I am disappointed at the
failure of the jury to acquit me o f un
biased charges that have been brought
against me. I should have liked my
vindication by the jury to have been