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The Estacada Progress
MORE MEXICAN FL O O D S'
NEWS ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST
FROM THE STATE OF OREGON
PO LE IS FOUND.
TO BE TRIUMPH
WATER SW E EPS RAWHIDE.
C loudburst in Nevada Hills Is C ause
F red erick C ook, Am erican E xplorer,
o f D isaster.
R eaches M ott N orthern Point,
Rawhide, Nev., Sept. 1.—Squatter-
P aris, Sept. 3.—“ A fte r a prolonged
fight w ith fam ine and frost, we a t laBt
ESTA CA D A
town, a settlem en t ju st south of Raw-
have succeeded in reaching the N orth
hide, was sw ept by a 10-foot wall of
DITCH PLANS MADE.
WATER RIG H TS ACTED ON.
P o le.”
Arctic Club Prepares Great Nationa w ater following a cloudbum t in the
Thus declares Dr. Frederick A. Cook
hills to the north last night and 130
W eston People Have Schem e to Irri- S late B ja rd T ak es Up W ork Assigned in a signed sta te m en t this m orning in
Tribute to Explorer.
buildings were p artially or completely
gate 12,000 A cres.
by New S tate Law.
I t is reported th a t two women and
Salem —A pplications for the determ
W eston—A project is under way for
dated “ Hans Egede, Lerwick, W ednes
four children are m issing, but up to a
the irrigation of 12,000 acres of pro ¡nation of w ater rig h ts on a num ber of
H onors Will Be Bestow ed in O ther late hour it was impossible to secure a
ductive farm land trib u ta ry to Weston. W estern a n t Southern Oregon stream s
G eneral Review o f Im portant Hap
“ A new highway w ith an in terestin g
C o u n trie t—T aft Will Be Asked to verification of this report, as every
Leading U m atilla county cap italists have been made to the sta te w ater
penings P re se n ted in a B rief and
are interested in the enterprise, which board, under the new w ater law psBsed
H onor Man W ho H oisted Flag th in g is in darknesB and confusion.
C om prehensive M anner fo r Busy
The cloudburst occurred on the sum
has been pronounced feasible in every a t the last session.
O ver P olar C ontinent—C onstitu
R eaders—National, Political, His
m it of low hills to the north of the
way by the exam ining engineers. O ut
The Rogue river rig h ts will be adju
torical and Com m ercial.
camp a t 6:40 last evening.
In a few
line m aps are now being prepared by dicated, if an application filed recently
“ Land has been discovered on which
mon ents a three-foot wall of w ater
J . M. Ashwcrth, a local draughtsm an. by A. B. Sayling and F . Y. Allen
was pouring down the Blope, covering
I t is proposed to construct a large granted, which in all probability will
An agitatio n is on in Japan for naval
New York, SepL 4.—P reparations three m iles from the sum m it to Main
storage reservoir on Pine creek, three be done. T his will be one of the larg A trian g le of 30,000 square m iles has
already are on foot to m ake the home stre et, w ith a speed of a railroad train.
miles above Weston, a t a point known est projects of the kind in the state.
The flood rushed into the streeL
coming of Dr. Frederick A. Cook an
as Rocky ford, where the stream flows Petitions are also in for the determ ina
Clyde Fitch, the Am erican play
event of national, and possibly in te r which lies in a hollow and form s a
over bedrock in a narrow channel. The tion of the rig h ts on Applegate creek,
w right, is dead.
national im portance. If plans outlined general drainage channel, and every
dam will be 200 fe e t high, w ith a core L ittle B utte creek, Althouse creek
the schooner Bradley, which arrived a t today by m em bers of the A rctic club business house on the east side wus
A nother slig h t earthquake shock has
of concrete and sloping walls of earth Quines creek and W illiams creek.
been fe lt in Mexico.
are carried out, the welcome Dr. Cook flooded from a depth of from one to
All applications except those for the
and rock, approaching a t the base a
late in A ugust, 1907. Here conditions will receive in New York w ill be an
thickness of about 1,000 feet.
This Rogue river and W illiam s creek w aters
A ctors in Chicago have gone on
ovation in which city, sta te and nation
Several stru ctu res were torn from
will be sufficient to conserve enough have been favorably acted upon by the
strik e for b e tte r pay.
will tak e p a rt, while prom inent explor th e ir foundations and floated some
w ater in the flood season to irrig a te j board. The L ittle B utte probably will
liberally supplied from his vessel su it ers- Cook’s form er riv als—from all distance down the stre et, while the
The power of the B ritish house of
18,0(10 acres during the summer, or 6,- be the first one taken up.
lords is a t stake on the ta x bill.
H. L. H olgate, superintendent of able provisions for local use. My own p a rts of the globe, w ill g a th e r to pay c rest of the flood was covered w ith
000 acres more than the land to be cov
fu rn itu re, anim als and all sorts of de
d istric t No. 1 under the w ater law, has equipm ent for em ergencies served well personal trib u te to his achievem ents.
H arrim an has suffered a relapse and
ered by the canals.
for every purpose in the A rctics.
M embers of the A rctic club hopse bris.
his condition is the cause of alarm .
A power station will be constructed resigned his position as cashier of
P resident T a tt may be present. “ Such
G athering force as it poured down
a t the dam, it being the intention of j bank a t Bonanza and will move to Kla
An aeronaut fell 1,000 feet a t Chi
the m ain expedition em barked on its an honor would be no more than fit the channel, the Hood sw ept into Squat-
the prom oters to utilize tne imprisoned m ath Falls, w here he will devote all
cago and though badly injured, still
tin g ,” one declared, " in view of the tertow n, h alf a mile fu rth er down. The
w ater for power as well as irrigation. his tim e to the business of the state.
men and 103 dogs, draw ing 11 heavily fact th a t the explorer has placed the w ater form ed a wall 10 feet high as it
The possibilities of a sum m er resort a t
ROBBED MAILS W HOLESALE.
laden sledges. The expedition le ft the S ta rs and S trip es on the apex of the
Japan and China have signed a trea ty
crashed into the structures, o verturn
the large m ountain lak e to be formed
Greenland shore and pushed w estw ard world and added perhaps 60,000 square
for the settelem ent of the Manchurian
ing them and demolishing them . The
Medford—T hree B a rtle tt pears which
Man and W oman C aught in C hicago above the dam are also discussed.
over the troubled ice of Sm ith sound.
m iles to the n a tio n 's te rrito ry .”
work of devastation went on in the
The main canal will extend north weighed two pounds and seven ounces
The gloom of the long nig h t was
H ead Big Gang.
Among the explorers who are ex night. ; Before the wave had passed,
ward along the east side of Pine creek each, is the kind of fru it E. B. W ater
An E astern woman has ju st had a
Chicago, Sept. 7.— In the a rre s t of for a distance of e ig h t or nine miles. man grows in his orchard, ju st south relieved only by a few hours of day- pected to tak e a prom inent p a rt are 500 people w ere homeless and th e ir
h a t made from the skins of eight rat
Duke d ’Abruzzi, Dr. Nansen, Cap property was piled in a tangled heap in
Allen Posner, 26 years old, and
A branch canal will be constructed on of Medford. The three pears grew in
young woman g iving her name as Emi the w est side of the creek, extending a cluster and Mr. W aterm an was allow fe lt a t its w orst. As we crossed the tain Ronald Amundsen, General A. W the basin a t the foot of N ational hill.
The Pressed Steel Car company, of ly Snyder, 20 years old, who are in cus along the ridge betw een Weston and ing them to a tta in their full size, when heights of Ellsm ere Bound to the Pa Greeley, R ear Adm iral George Mel
P ittsb u rg , has granted the demands of tody a t the H arrison stre e t police sta Athena. Both towns will profit greatly he expected to place them in storage cific slope, the tem perature sank to ville, Anthony F ia la and Captain Jo s
Several dogs eph E. B ernier.
its strik in g employes.
SEVEN LITTLE O N ES BURN.
tion, Postoffice Inspector S tu a rt believ by the enterprise if brought to comple for exhibition purposes a t the d istric t m inus 83 centigrade.
were frozen and the men suffered se
C aptain Bradley S. OBbome, secre
E stim ates of the population of the es he has p a rt of a gang of mail thieves tion. The estim ated cost of the Bys fa ir a t Ashland in October, but some verely, but we soon found the gam e
tary of the A rctic club, says the ex R est ot 7 6 0 C hildren in Home M arch
overcurious sightseer had to make
U nited S tates vary greatly, but the who have been operating in Chicago tem is *250,000.
trails, along which the way was easy.
and oth?r cities. Two men are being
plorer is not expected here lo r several
Much of the land under the proposed m inute inspection of them and they
T hrougn Fire to Safety.
aerage seems about 95,000,000.
sought as accomplices of Posner and canals is already valued a t *100 an dropped off.
Each of these pears
New York, Sept. I . - T hat seven
R ussia now wants a share in the Chi the Synder girl in the th e ft of letters acre. I t raises 40 or 50 bushels of measured 11 inches in circum ference.
“ He is due in Copenhagen in three
made encouraging progress.
A big dayB,” said C aptain Osborne, “ and if little children, inm ates of St. M alich’s
nese railw ay loan.
and chashing of checks found in stolen w heat an acre every two years, but
lead, which separated the land from he came stra ig h t home would arrive in home for children, a t Rockaway park,
The deficit of the German im perial
Big S trike in Santiam .
the ice of the central pack was crossed New York about the middle of Septem L. I., were suffocated in a fire which
governm ent for 1908 is said to amount and another man whose name is being prevents its utilization for diversified
Albany—The opening up of the main w ith little delay.
destroyed a portion of the home last
ber, but his friends believe th a t he
vein of ore in the Black E agle mine in
We advanced steadily over the may m ake several stops on the way. night, was discovered by firemen today
m ent in New York fo r a *1,000 th e ft vance to *500 an acre or more when the Santiam d istric t has brought news
while digging in the ruins. There
monotony of m oving sea ice and now
Two colored men have been hanged of jew elry. The Synder g irl is said to
irrigation is in general practice.
of a rich strik e. The m ining men of found ourselves beyond the range of all For one thing the geographers and sci w ere 750 children in the institution,
by a mob at Malcolm, A la., ;fo r m ur have come to Chicago w ith Posner four
this d istric t rep o rt that ore will go life— neither footprints of bears nor
which is conducted by the S isters of
dering the sheriff.
S eek Oil N ear M arshfield.
*400 to the ton.
It was discovered the blowholes of Beals were detected. a welcome. He may go to C hristiana S t. Joseph, of Brooklyn.
It is charged th a t the pair operated
E xplorer Cook says he has data to
S. Y. Sorenson, of the
M arshfield—A rrangem ents are prac la st week.
N early all the dead were under five
convince the m ost skeptical th a t he was by stealing letters from residence mail tically completed for boring for oil in Black E agle m ine, came to Albany im- Even the microscopic creatures of the of the N orthw est passage; it is likely
years old. The portion of the dorm i
boxes a fte r delivery by le tte r c arriers this vicinity, and active work will be j m ediately and created a s tir when he deep w ere no longer under us.
actually a t the N orth Pole.
th a t he will v isit Belgium where he
tory in which they slept was directly
“ Thus, day a fte r day, our weary legs
J a p grape pickers in C alifornia have Posner is declared to have adm itted commenced in the not fa r d istan t fu began showing his sample of ore. The spread over g re a t distances. Incidents has been decorated for his services to over the laundry, where the fire was
ture. T his is good news, especially in main vein follows the ridge for half
demanded an increase in wages and
According to the postal authorities, view of the fa ct th a t an em inent au mile. The Black Eagle people have and positions were recorded, but ad th a t the B ritish geographical soc sties discovered about 8 o ’ i lock last night.
may be replaced by Hindus.
Posner and his associates stole *1,000 thority a sserts th a t the best indications been w orking for several m onths in venture was prom ptly forgotten in the would allow him to pasB them on his T hree hundred and fifty sm all children
next day’s efforts. The night of April
A small tem pest was caused by an worth of jew elry and other valuables of oil th a t he has found in the sta te hope of reaching the ore body.
way home w ithout an invitation to w ere in th e ir cotB on the third and
7 w as made more notable by the sw ing London.”
fourth floors of th a t wing, and some
Ita tlia n w arship stopping while the At which were brought to Chicago.
are on C oob bay. P ositive proof th a t
of the older children were attending
ing of the sun a t m idnight over the
lantic fleet was a t ta rg e t practice.
R em arkable Sunflower.
o 1 existed here a t one tim e is in evi
northern ice. Sunburns and fro stb ites
prayers in the chapel.
dence. If the venture proves success-
A sword fish has been caught off the
Pendleton— A sunflower bearing on now were recorded on the same day,
T U B E R C U L O SIS INCREASES
As the alarm sounded the older
WORRY HARRIMAN LINES.
f j |, it will mean a fortune for the lucky the main sta lk 70 buds and blossoms, but the double day’s g litte r infused
C atalina islands, Cal., which wejghed
children m arched from the chapel to
141 pounds and measured e ig h t fe e t in Nathan S tra u s Says Plague is Gaining land owner, and will directly benefit and on a branch 45 buds, m aking a to q uite an incentive into one's life of
S anta Fe Will Put F a st T rain on Run the board walk along the beach and the
the whole country.
tal of 115 flowers, which will be pro shivers.
atten d an ts began carrying the little
to C o ast.
dueed from the single seed, is grow ing
children from the floors above.
“ We were now about 200 m iles from
More explosives have been found in
Budapest, Sept. 7.—N athan Straus,
P eaches Net $ 6 0 0 P e r Acre.
in the yard ot County Recorder Hend- the pole and sledge loads were reduced.
Chicago, Sept. 4.—The m anagem ent men assisted in searching the building
the bunkers of B ritish w ar vessels and
the New York philanthropist, who on
G rants P ass—Seventy-tw o hundred ley, in Pendleton. While the flowers One dog a fte r another w ent into the of the S anta Fe railroad has about de and found a few children lingering in
m em bers of the adm iralty are in a sta te
Tuesday appealed to the Interntional dollars is not a bad income from only which have bloomed are not e xtraordi stom achs of the hungry survivors, until cided to p u t into operation a new fa st the halls too frightened to leave the
of ferm ent.
Medical congress to stop the spreading 12 acres of land, and goes to show what narily large they are of gi-od size and the team s were considerably dim inish mail and express train to run betw een building, but the rescue work had been
The late st creation in the m illinery of disease th a t resu lts from the use of advantages can be realized by syste Mr. Hendley is going to Bave the seed, ed in num ber, but th ere seemed to re K ansas C ity and Los Angeles, w ith
conducted w ith such dispatch and good
infected milk, today subm itted detailed m atic m ethods in orchard culture. The hoping th a t he has produced a plant main a sofficient balance for man and view to capturing the bulk of the order th a t it was believed until today
line is to be known as the Cook hat,
honor of the explorer. I t is tw o fe et figures to th a t body to prove th a t tu crop from 12 acres of peach orchard th a t will prove valuable.
brute to push along into the h e art of Southern C alifornia mail.
th a t all the children w ere out of the
high covered w ith black fur, while
berculosis, instead of being conquered, was recently sold by E. W. Shattuck
This adds another speed w ar to th a t building. The Hebrew home, nearby,
the m ystery to which we had se t our
w hite a ig re tte representing the pole is on the increase.
for *600 per acre, on the trees.
recently declared by the H ill roads in w ith a large num ber of inm ates, was
b ristle s from the top.
H e -c ite d the official vital sta tistic s gon as a whole offers b e tte r induce
Salem —In accordance w ith prelim in
“ On A pril 21 we had reached 89 de the m ail, express and passenger traffic saved, all its occupants escaping.
m ents for scientific orchard methods ary plans announced some tim e ago, grees 59 m inutes 46 seconds. The pole to the Pacific coast, affecting a differ
China is planning the improvem ent
by Dr. R obert Koch w ith leading the than any o ther sta te in the union at the Salem board of trade has closed a was in sight. We covered the rem ain ent terito ry betw eenjthe E ast and Cal
o f her army.
S h e e p 's Vein Put in Man.
whole world in the fight a g ain st tu b er present.
contract w ith J . W. Gleason & Sons, ing 14 seconds and made a few final ifornia.
Count Zeppelin will continue p re p ar culosis. He showed th at the increas
Sept. 1.— Dr. Doyen on Au
whereby a site is donated to the Glea observations. I told Etuk ¡shook and
The e n tire Southern C alifornia mail
ations to fly to the N orth Pole.
ir g skill of the physicians in tre a tin g
sons for the purpose of erectin g there Ahwelsh, the accompanying Eskimos, is involved in the move, and th is is g u st 9 successfully transplanted a vein
Lebanon Plans School House.
from a live sheep to the leg of a man
P resident T a ft says he will prob- tuberculosis had reduced the death
Lebanon- -T he Lebanon school dis on a cloth glove and m itten factory. th a t we had reached the ‘g re a t n a il.’ said to bring about *1.250,000 annual suffering from a rte ria l aneurism . The
ra te from this disease in proportion to
ably v isit A laska next sum m er.
The S anta
tric t has advertised for bids for the W ithin five years the glove concern E veryw here we turned was south. revenue to the railroads.
circulation was thus restored and the
the population from 2.42 per 1,000 in
A serious epidem ic is feared in the 1902 to 2.39 per 1,000 in 1907, and construction of a brick school house on prom ises to employ 75 people and have W ith a single step we could pass from Fe and Rock Island, in connection p a tie n t now has completely recovered.
one side of the e arth to the o th er; from w ith the Southern Pacific, now have
the 10-acre grounds of the old Santiam a payroll of *1,500 a month.
flood stricken d istric ts of Mexico.
The vein transplanted was 10 inches
2.29 in 1908, but he showed th a t the
midday to m idnight. A t la st the flag this business about equally divided.
academy. The building will be 72x18
German scientists say the finding of num ber of deaths from tuberculosis in feet, tw o stories high, w ith basement,
Heavy C ro p s Around Brownsville.
The bulk of this mail comes from long. Dr. Doyen, who is a ttending
floated to the breezes a t the pole.
the medical congress a t Budapest, will
the N orth Pole is of secondary im port proportion to the total num ber of and will be steam heated. The cost is
Brownsville—The first of the first was A pril 21, 1908.
The tem perature the St. Louis gatew ay by the Missouri
comm unicate to the congress the de
deaths from all causes had increased
estim ated a t *30,000. I t will contain fall month finds this Bection has had was m inus 38 cen tig rad e; barom eter Pacific. The rew eighing period for all tails of this extraordinary operation.
from 13.04 per cent, in 1902 to 13.90
14 class rooms, superintendent’s room m agnificent crops and bountiful harv 29.83; latitude, 90; as for longitude, the te rrito ry w est of the Missouri river This is the first tim e, it is said, th a t
The Am erican Locomotive company in 1908.
and w est of S t. Paul begins next Feb
and a teachers' room for consultation. ests. W heat runs from 20 to 40 bush it was nothing, as it was but a word.
says i t is rushed w ith order for new
an organism of a lower anim al has
Although crazy w ith joy, our sp irits ruary and on th is account every road
Work will commence w ithin a month. els per acre and oats from 40 to 80 per
C holera L oses T e rro rs.
acre. Hay was a good crop and hops began to undergo a feeling of w eari in th a t territo ry is urging the disposi been transplanted to a human being.
An Indiana man has ju s t died a t the
Paris, Sept. 7.—Serum and vaccine
and potatoes prom ise well.
ness. N ext day, a fte r tak in g all our tion of the m ails for the yearly period
O regon C aves in Reserve.
Refuse to T ake M ore Pay.
age of 96. He leaves 38 children and for trea tm e n t of cholera has been dis
observations, a sen tim en t of intense following the_10 days’ w eighing by the
Salem —The governor’s office is in
had outlived four wives.
PORTLAND M ARKETS.
Chicago, Sept. 1.—The women tic k e t
covered by Dr. Salam bini, working un
governm ent. Form erly the S anta Fe
receipt of a copy of a proclam ation by
a t the horizon. Was it possible th a t carried the bulk of the Southern C ali agents on the elevated loop of this city
D enm ark believes Cook’s sto ry of der the direction of P ro ’essor Metch- P resident T a ft se ttin g aside the coun
W heat Bluestem , 94c; club, 85c, this desolate region, w ithout a patch fornia m ail, but several years ago the today refused to accept a raise in
the discovery of the N orth Pole and nikoff and Dr. Pierce Roux. T heir try em bracing the Oregon caves in the
red Russian, 83>ac ; valley, 88c; fife, of e arth , had aroused the am bition of Missouri Pacific p u t on a fa st train wages. T heir action is said to be
serum has been tried in R ussia in des
will give him a royal welcome.
forty-fold, so many men for so many centuries? which captured the mail out of St. w ithout precedent.
perate cases and reduced the death Siskiyou national fo rest and reserving 8 5 e ; Turkey red, 85c;
A ttorney General W ickersham says rate, which was 60 per cent, to below and w ithdraw ing the same from all 87 h c.
T here was no ground, only an imm en Louis and the Rock Island put on its offered an advance of 5 cents a day.
if the polar continent is worth holding 23 per cent. The vaccine is prepared
B arley—Feed, *26.50 per to n ; brew sity of dazzling w hite snow, no living Golden S ta te Lim ited, which le ft K an Clarence A. K night, president of the
The proclam ation is ing, *27.50.
th is governm ent will annex it.
by tak in g bacilli from the body of a lic land laws.
being, no point to break the monotony. sas C ity ju st a fte r the arriv al of the company, recently said he would dis
issued in accordance w ith an act of
Corn -W hole, *35; cracked, *36 per
D ispatches from Ja v a say the vol cholera patien t and m aking a culture
“ On April 23 we sta rte d on our re E astern m ails. A t th a t tim e the San pense w ith all women tic k e t sellers as
ta Fe was not in a position to change soon as th e ir wageB w ere raised to $2
cano Sm ern is in active eruption, caus thereof, which is injected subcutane
tu rn .’’
H ay—Tim othy, W illam ette valley,
a day. A t the present women are g e t
its schedule to w ait for the m ails.
ing g re a t havoc. There has also been ously into healthy persons. Local in
*120/16 per to n ; E astern Oregon, *17
tin g *1.95 a day and if they accept an
an earthquake w ith hundreds of fa ta l fection follows and im m unity results,
One-M an Dash A cross S ea.
Sm all T rac ts for Fruit.
0/18; mixed, * 15.50f/f18.50; alfalfa.
advance of 5 cents a day it would
R ussians to Be Im ported.
Monroe—Six hunderd acres of the *13.50; clover, *11@13; cheat, $13@
T rain Ditched in Pennsylvania.
Honolulu Sept. 4.—The te rrito ria brin g them to the danger line.
pleased to hear the n ew s,” said L ieu
Revolutionary cocked hats are to be
P ittsb u rg , Sept. 7.— Five persons finest orchard land in th is section is
of im m igration has decided to
worn by women next season.
Grain bags, 6>jC each.
Grain Failure S ta rts Run.
were killed and 35 injured, several per being p latted into small tra c ts by the
a tte m p t the solution of the labor prob
B u tte r—City cream ery, ex tras, 34c; turned recently from an expedition
W ilbur W right has suggested th at haps fatally, a t m idnight when train orchard company and will be sold out
Union C ity, T e n n .,. SepL 1.— Be
sm all homes for fam ilies. The fancy outside cream ery, 30fr/34c; per
c ities appoint an inspector of balloons. No. 5 on the B altim ore & Ohio ra il
portation of Russian fam ilies from cause of the failure here today of the
B u tte r fa t when inform ed of the announcem ent of
orchard company will p lant the entire pound; store, 210/22c.
The loss of life in the Monterey, road, known as the Royal Blue Lim tra c t to fru it trees, th a t a uniform prices average ,S;C per pound under Dr. Frederick A. Cook’s polar success. M anchuria. L. C. A tkinson, ag en t of H ardy Grain company, of this city, a
If the news is correct, it is a very re the board, sailed for H arbin today on run was sta rte d on the Union C ity
Mex , flood is now estim ated a t 3,000. ited, was wrecked a t Chewton, Pa. system may be m aintained and th a t regular b u tte r prices.
The tra in ran into a broken rail, sup
arkable achievem ent. I t m ust have the liner S iberia and is expected to Bank & T ru st company when th a t in
E g g s—Oregon ranch, candled, 30@
A tornado devastated Dialviile, a posed to have been displaced by train certain fru its may be grown for con
The F irs t
a one-man dash to the pole, as Dr. m ake arrangem ents for the im m igra stitu tio n opened its doors.
sm all town in Texas. Several persons w reckers The engineer and firrman venient m arkets. The land will not be 31c.
tion of 50 such fam ilies to H aw aii. and Third national banks o f th is city
Poultry Hens, 16X c; springs, 17c;
of the train were killed and two pas offered for sale before a year.
If the experim ent proves successful, w ent to the rescue of the tru s t com
roosters, 9 0 /10c; ducks, young, 14c; Franke, who le ft the explorer when he
Supplies are being sent to Monterey, sengers died on the way to the hos
it is probable th a t many more Rus pany, along w ith priv ate citizens, and
geese, young, 10c; turkeys,
Rogue River P e a r C rop.
M ex., and the general condition is pital. Among the dead are E ngineer
sian fam ilies w jjl be induced to settle all depositors were paid.
H ardy accidentally killed him self a
Medford—I t is estim ated th a t 300 squabs, *1.750/2 per dozen.
John Dill and Baggagem an
in the islands.
P ork—Fancy, l l f S l l ^ c per pound.
few days ago.
W heatcroft, both of Chicago Junction. carloads of pears will be shipped from
Scientific Value is High.
Mrs. Florence V andervort, a m illion
Veal— E xtra, 9 ^ 0 / 10c per pound.
the Rogue R iver valley. Cars are now
aire widow of Los Angeles, has m ar
F ru its—A pples, *lfti2.25 per box;
going forw ard at the ra te of eight a
G reek P rinces Removed.
Fuel Oil for A rgentina.
London, Sept. 2.—A deputation rep
ried a poor man.
pears, *1.250/2; peaches, 40c(/i*l per ish association for the advancem ent of
Athens, Sept. 7.—K ing George to- day, which will increase in num ber
Buenos A yres, Sept. 1.— E xperi
No lives were lost in the Nevada ay will sign a decree placing Crown daily. N early all e stim ates are being c ra te ; cantaloupes, *1.250/1.76; plums, g re at in te rest in the report th a t Dr. assailed parliam ent today to ask the m ents for proving the value of A rgen
F ruit 250/75c per box; waterm elons, 1@
cloudburst and the property damage is Prince C onstantine and Prince Nich exceeded by the actual yield.
tin a petroleum as locomotive fuel have
,c per pound; grapes, 60c0/*1.75 per Cook had reached the N orth Pole. Col governm ent to remove the em bargo on
placed a t $100,000.
olas, at their own request, on the un is of b e tte r quality and g re a te r quan
onel S ir Duncan Johnstone, declared the im portation of Canadian cattle. been successful and it will be used
c ra 'e ; casabas, *1.500*2 per dozen.
also for torpedo boats and destroyers.
The Am erican w arship squadron is attached list of the arm y and gran tin g
P otatoes—*! per sack; sw eet pota the expedition would be of the highest P rem ier A squith said he regretted th a t
the other princes in the arm y two or m arket conditions
In Chinese w aters.
scientific value if scientific observations he saw no possibility of g ra n tin g the C ontracts have been concluded w ith
toes, 3c per pound.
three years* leave of absence to study
were made by qualified men.
C. H. request, for, w hile it m ight be true the Germ ans Krupp, for field guns and
Onions—*1.25 per sack.
Goverum ent scien tists say Cook will abroad. B rigadier General Smolenski
m ountain how itzers.
V egetables— Beans, 40/5 c p er pound; Chisholm, professor of geography a t th a t disease w as non-existent among
have no trouble in proving th a t he ac will replace Crown Prince C onstantine
Electric Line from Siuslaw.
cabbage, l o / l 'j c ; cauliflower, 75c0; Edinburgh university, said m agnetic c attle in Canada, i t appeared from
tually reached the pole.
as commander in chief and Colonel
M arshfield—N. B. Leonard, of Eu
W ellman Q uits Balloon.
observations th a t could be made a t the tim e to tim e in the U nited S tates. It
According to oflicial reports the rice Cortbas will be appointed command- gene, is try in g to in te re st Coos bay *1.25 per dozen; celery, 5 0 c 0 /* l; corn, pole would likely be among the most was im possible to keep Canada and the
Tromsoe, Norway, Sept. 1,.— W al
150/20c; cucumbers, 100/25c; onions,
crop of China will be about 17 per r of the arm y corps a t Athens.
people in the building of an electric
United S ta te s sep arate because of the te r Wellman, who recently made an
120/15c; parsley, 35c; peas, 7c per valuable results of the day.
cent above the average.
line from the Siuslaw to this place.
long and not closely guarded boundary. unusuccessful a tte m p t to reach the
pound; peppers, 5 0 /10c; radishes, 15c
T ornado W ipes O ut Town.
Ju stic e Moody III.
N orth Pole in a dirigible balloon, a r
per dozen; spinach, 5c per pound;
All W estern roads have announced
C atanai, Sicily, Sept. 7.— The vil- for the electric line which is being squash, 5c; tomatoes, 50o/75c per box.
Zion L eader B scom es Jailbird
rived here today from Spitzbergen. He
H averhill, Mass., Sept. 3.—Asso
new schedules to the coast and each is
age of Scordoa was about wiped out built from Eugene to Florence and the
W aukegan, III., Sept. 2.—Voliva, has le ft three men to guard the airship
try in g to outdo the other.
Hops— 1909 contracts, 21c; 1908 ciate Ju stic e Moody, of the Suprem e
today by a tornado.
Five persons plan is to extend it on to Coos bay, crop, 140/15c; 1907 crop, 11c; 1906 court of the U nited S tates, was rem ov Dowie’s successor as the leader of a t the Spitzbergen camp through the
A severe earthquake has been fe lt in were killed and 50 injured.
ed in a police am bulance from the Zion C ity, was taken to the M cHenry w inter.
the canal zone, but the big ditch was dred hius- s w ere completely demol those along the line can be interested.
Wool- E astern Oregon, 16o/23cper Bradford railroad station to his home county jail today to begin a six months
ished and many others unroofed. The
Redwood F o re sts Saved
He appeared to be sentence follow ing his failure to pay
pound; valley, 3/</25c; mohair, choice, here last night.
F ru it Man at H ood River.
helpless during the tra n s fe r from the a *10,000 libel judgm ent held against
San Francisco, SepL 1.—The fire
Hill says he has all the railroad con tornado was accompanied by a to rren
Hood R iver—E. P. Loomis, of the
C attle — S teers, top, *4.50014.60; train to the am bulance. Ju stic e Moody him by Philip M othersill. Voliva ex which has threatened the g ian t red
nections he needs in the E ast and new tial rain. The population took refuge
in houses on the Q uarter Santa Maria, commission firm of Loomis & Co., of fa ir to good, $40/4.25; common, *3.75 came here, it is understood, from a postulated all the way to his cell. Be wood fo rest in the Yoeem ite national
work will be confined to the W est.
where the sta tu e of S anta M aria Mag- New York C ity, is spending a few days
sanitarium in New York, w here he has fore en te rin g upon his term he declar park has been gotten under control by
The Cunard line steam ers are to take giore fell, adding te rro r to the super in Hood River, w here he is heavily in o /4 ; cows, top, *3.400/3 65; fa ir to been for several weeks, follow ing a
ed th a t he would continue his religious the troops who have been fighting the
good, *30/3.25; common to medium,
a new route between Liverpool a n d ! stitio u s elem ent.
terested in orchard lands. Mr. Lamm is *2.500/2.75; calves, top. *50/5.50; short stay a t Hot Springs, Ark.
work and ed it his m agazine from the flames vigorously. The e x te n t of the
New York which will shorten the tim e
stated th a t fru it would bring record heavy, *3.50o/4; bulls and stag s, *2.75
prison during his incarceration.
dam age cannot now be ascertained.
to five days.
prices th is year.
T ennessee Stays Dry.
P ittsburg M iners Win.
0/3.25; common, *20/2.50;.
A big Carey act project has been
C hattanooga, Tenn , Sept. 7.—The
Ham m ond IsJBuying Mine.
Sheep — Top w ethers, 4; fa ir to
Australian E x p o rts o f Wool.
P ittsb u rg , SepL 3.—The dispute be
•ta rte d in Colorado by which 260,000 legislative act prohibiting who'esale
W heat A veraged 51 B ushels.
good. *3.500/3.75; ewes, S c le s s o n all tween the m iners and operators of the
City, SepL 4.—A deposit of
Melbourne, SepL 1.—The D alghetty
acres of land will be reclaim ed at a as well as retail sale of liquor in the
Eugene- W. R. Hill thereshed 258 g ra d es: yearlings, best, *4; fa ir to P ittsb u rg d istricL affecting 18,000 *200,000 has been made in a bank here Review says th a t the exportation of
cost of *2,000,000.
State was upheld except as regards acres of w heat on his farm th a t av er good. *3.500/3.75; spring lam bs, *5oz men, w as settled ton ig h t a t a confer by John H ays Hammond to bind an op wool this year will be nearly 26,000,-
An epidem ic of typhoid fever is rag sales for shipm ent outside of the state, aged 51 bushels to the acre. O ther 5.25.
ence betw een the operators, the nation tion on the S anta G ertrude mine in the 000 pounds, in addition to 500,000 con
ing a t Cobalt, O ntario.
The hospitals in an opinion handed down in Chancery fields in the same vicinity w ent far
Hogs - Rest. *8.50; fa ir to good, *8 al executive board of the U nited Mine- Pachuca d istric t of Hidalgo. The pro sumed in the country. The crop will
are full and tents have been erected to court to !aay by Chancellor T. M. Mc- above expectations, but none as high 0/8.25; Stockers, *6(</7; C hinia fats, w orkers of A m erica and P resident posed purchase price is *9,000,000, be the g re a te s t in history and th«
care for the overflow.
as th is one.
Thomas L. Lewis.
quality is o f notable fineness.
iM u e d Ea ch T hursd ay
RESUME OF THE
C loudburst Floods Rivers and O v e r
flows Fertile Valleys
Mexico City, Sept. 7.— A special die
patch received here from Morelia say
th a t floods yesterday ruined a large
section of the Zam ora d istric t. A ter
n b le cloudburst in the m ountains caus
ed rivers and stream s to overflow and
m iles of fe rtile valleys are under
F u rth er d etails have been received
here of the Hood th a t sw ept the town
of Tula, in the sta te of Tam alpais, last
Saturday. A wave between 45 and 50
feet high engulfed the lower half of
the town. Two hundred houses and the
San Juan bridge were carried away and
many lives were lost. The storm raged
for three days.
T errible as are the conditions a t
Monterey, the correspondent declares
they are ju st as bad a t Tula and vicin
The en tire northeastern section of
the sta te is said to have been laid
w aste. Railroad and telegraphic com
m unication was delstroyed and the pop
ulation of Tula, some 7,000 persons,
was cut off from the re st of the nation
for four days. I t will be six or eight
months before the highw ays can be re
stored. T hirty bodies have been re
coveted and many bodies of shepherds
and m ountaineers are being washed
down into the valley below.